Annual End of Summer Antique & Fine Art Auction
New Record for Summer Auction
Totals Over $5,000,000!

Auction: August 23-26, 2011

Preview: August 25, 2011

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4000

WATERBURY #32 DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The carved walnut case with spool and ball turnings, and incised carving. The perpetual calendar clock with two 8″ originally painted dials and eight day spring time only movement. Both dials marked “Waterbury”. Original label on reverse and bottom of case. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 38-1/2″ h x 13-3/4″ w x 5″ d. CONDITION: A nicely restored clock. 9-21130 (2,000-2,500)

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4001

WELCH SPRING & CO #5 REGULATOR CALENDAR CLOCK. Second half of the 19th Century. The rectangular walnut case with arched molded crest, corners with colonettes, fitted with a double dial, B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism, and with 30-day double spring time only movement. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 38″ l x 15-1/4″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case nicely rubbed down and oiled, top dial repainted. 9-21091 (4,000-6,000)

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4002

GILBERT FASHION “ELBERON” CALENDAR CLOCK. First quarter of the 20th Century. The walnut case with a multifunction McCabe’s patented calendar mounted on the door. Also with eight-day spring movement and strike, no alarm. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 31″ h x 15-1/2″ w x 5-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Replaced paper dial, tablet has been replaced and some of the rolls on the calendar part have been replaced. Clock has been worked over extensively. Cosmetically good. 9-21155 (700-900)

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4003

ITHACA CHRONOMETER DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Made for W. V. SHELTON & CO. and so marked on the lower dial. Glass door marked “CHRONOMETER” in gilt lettering. Upper dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring and time & strike apertures. The recessed lower dial with day, and date within an Arabic chapter ring. Eight day time with strike spring movement. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 33″ h x 16″ w x 7″ d. CONDITION: Glass has been replaced or restored, case has been refinished and has newly applied incised gilding and part of cresting restored. Otherwise very good. 9-21122 (2,000-2,400)

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4004

WELCH SPRING & CO. “KELLOGG” MODEL WALNUT REGULATOR. Second half of the 19th Century. The walnut case with arched molded crest, the corners applied with colonettes and glass paneled sides and with gilt moldings, double spring time only movement. Case retains original paper label on interior. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 42″ l x 16-3/4″ w x 6-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been restored & refinished a number of years ago, original painted dial. Very good overall. 9-21096 (2,500-3,000)

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4005

ANSONIA “REFLECTOR” MODEL WALNUT HANGING MIRROR SIDE CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The nicely carved, stenciled and gilded case with original beveled mirror side panels and silver stenciled door. The dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring and time & strike apertures. Eight-day time & strike string movement on a cathedral gong. The case additionally fitted with a lower drawer. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: Overall: 34-1/2″ l x 14″ x 4-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been nicely restored to its original wood. Very good. 9-21021 (1,200-1,800)

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4006

ITHACA “INDEX” DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Walnut case with incised decoration housing a double dial calendar clock movement. Raised on a molded plinth. Manufactured for Lynch Brothers and so marked on the lower dial. SIZE: 32″ h x 15″ w x 5-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Upper dial has been replaced, case is refinished, crest professionally restored. 9-21053 (2,000-2,500)

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4007

WELCH “AUDRAN” MODEL DOUBLE DIAL PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The Victorian walnut case with incised and spoon carved elements housing a double dial perpetual calendar movement. Having a B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism and an eight-day spring movement with strike. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h x 20″ w x 6-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely refinished case with the rod for the calendar mechanism being present but disengaged. 9-21038 (3,000-4,000)

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4009

ANSONIA TERRY PATENT CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. Short drop rosewood veneered case with a calendar and Roman Numeral dial marked “Terry’s Patent Manufactured by the Ansonia Brass & Copper Co. Ansonia, Conn.”. Upper dial shows month and date. Case retains original paper label. Lower eglomise tablet of pinwheel and rope twist design. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 24-1/2″ h x 16″ w x 4-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Slight veneer damage on refinished case with some veneer replacement, wear to day/month disc. 9-21163 (500-700)

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4010

WELCH GALE, D. J. “ARDITA” MODEL DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case fitted with a calendar patented eight-day spring movement with strike. Case interior with original label. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 27″ h x 17″ w x 6″. CONDITION: Refinished case. In nice, clean, and ready to enjoy condition. 9-21129 (1,000-1,200)

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4011

ITHACA NO. 6-1/2 SHELF “BELGRADE” PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Rectangular walnut case with incised gilt decorations, the Roman Numeral chapter ring with time and strike apertures above the calendar dial day, date and month. Retains original label on backboard. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32-1/2″ h x 14″ w x 6-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Tastefully refinshed. Paper dials have been replaced. Otherwise very good. 9-21083 (3,000-4,000)

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4012

WILLIAM GILBERT “BERKSHIRE” MODEL HANGING CALENDAR CLOCK. Late 19th Century. The oak case with pressed and etched decoration flanked by spool colonnettes. The pediment similarly decorated. The eglomise door decorated with game birds and mounted with a McCabe patent calendar mechanism. The eight-day spring movement with strike, case with original paper label on backboard. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 39″ l x 14-1/2″ w x 5″ d. CONDITION: Oiled original finish, cover plate for the calendar mechanism has been painted blue, missing one rosette. Otherwise good. 9-21134 (2,500-3,000)

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4013

GILBERT CLOCK CO. “LENOX” MODEL CALENDAR CLOCK. last quarter of the 19th Century. The rectangular oak case with scale and spool design, the sides with spool colonnettes. The door with eglomise panel fitted with a multi-function McCabe’s patent calendar mechanism. The eight-day spring movement with time & strike. Door retains original cardboard label and original paper label on backboard of case. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 34-1/2″ h x 14-3/4″ w x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Case has been stripped and oiled, missing two finials, one rosette missing, calendar rolls redone. 9-21139 (2,500-3,000)

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4014

SCARCE GILBERT “ORIENTAL” MODEL OAK SHELF CALENDAR CLOCK. Circa 1900. Walnut aesthetic movement case has day, date and month apertures beneath a Roman Numeral dial with time and strike apertures. Retains original labels. The door mounted with a multi-function McCabe patent calendar mechanism with eight-day spring movement with strike. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 31″ h x 15-1/2″ w x 6″ d. CONDITION: Case has been rubbed down, glass has been revitalized and the day, date and month numerals have been repainted. Very good overall. 9-21125 (2,000-2,500)

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4015

MACOMB PATENT CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case, moon phase dial and three-slot dial showing day, date & month. Eight-day spring movement with strike. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 30″ h x 15-1/2″ w x 7-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Both dials replaced, upper & moon dial replaced, lower rolls original, case has been tastefully restored. Cast brass pendulum an early reproduction. 9-21107 (3,500-4,500)

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4018

SETH THOMAS “PARLOR” #6 CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The Classical Revival walnut case with double dial calendar day, date & month. Eight-day striking spring driven movement. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 27-1/4″ h x 14-3/4″ w x 5-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been brought down to an oil finish, dials are original but have slight flaking, overall a very nice clock. 9-21088 (1,000-1,400)

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4019

WELCH SPRING & CO. “AUDRAN” MODEL DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The carved walnut Victorian case fitted with a double dial perpetual calendar. The lower circular door with B.B. Lewis Calendar mechanism. With an 8-day spring movementPendulum & key present. SIZE: 31-1/4″ hx 20″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Age separation on door, lower paper dial possibly replaced, otherwise very good. 9-21039 (3,000-4,000)

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4020

RARE SETH THOMAS REGULATOR #19 SANTA FE RAILWAY SYSTEM REGULATOR CLOCK. Circa 1909. The nicely carved large oak case with shell crest, the canted corners with engaged columns, the capitols and bases carved with leafy sprays. The pediment, ogee molded, with pendant finials. The glass door marked “Santa Fe Route” in gold gilt letters. The 12″ painted “Montgomery” style dial signed “Santa Fe Railway System, Standard Dial” with sweep seconds. The eight-day, single weight, time only movement with a two-jar pendulum having thumbprint design. Pendulum, key, winder & weight present. SIZE: Overall 78″ l x 23″ w x 10″ d. CONDITION: Case with superior original finish, retouched dial, regilt lettering on door. Original movement in very good condition. 9-21105 (30,000-35,000)

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4021

E HOWARD #8 FIGURE-8 REGULATOR. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case of typical form with proper replacement tablets. Works marked “E. Howard Co., Boston”. Eight-day weight driven time piece with recoil escapement. Hand painted dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring marked “E. Howard & Co., Boston”, probably original. Engraved pendulum, also original. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 44-1/2″ l x 14-3/4″ w x 5-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Case retains original finish, now rubbed down and oiled. Replaced weight, hands and inner dial mounting board. 9-21170 (11,000-15,000)

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4022

E HOWARD #10 FIGURE-8 CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case of typical form with original glass tri-color tablets, the painted dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring marked “E Howard & Co., Boston”. Case retains original label on interior, with original engraved pendulum. This eight-day weight driven time piece with recoil escapement. Pendulum present, no key or weight. SIZE: 34″ l x 11-1/4″ w x 5-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Glass tablets original, throat glass with crack, original pendulum with tiedown, original works marked “E. Howard & Co., Boston #5”. Replaced dial and hands. Case has been rubbed down and oiled. 9-21168 (8,000-9,000)

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4023

WELCH GALE DJ “DAMROSCH” CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Rectangular walnut case with incised carving, time only, eight-day spring driven movement with original brass pendulum. Double dial perpetual calendar, patented by D.J. Gale. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 41-1/2″ h x 15″ w x 5-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Top dial has been replaced and case has been restored, otherwise very good. 9-21110 (1,000-2,000)

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4024

ITHACA #12 HANGING “KILDARE” DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The rectangular carved walnut case with gallery pediment fitted with black double dials and having an eight-day double spring movement with strike. The crystal pendulum etched with the company logo “ICC Co”. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32-1/2″ h x 13″ w x 6-3/4″. CONDITION: Case with original cleaned and oiled finish, dials have been renewed, with minor restoration. 9-21161 (3,500-4,500)

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4025

ITHACA #5-1/2 HANGING “BELGRADE” DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The rectangular walnut case with incised and gilt decorated elements. Fitted with 8″ black dials, original carved wooden pendulum and with an eight-day spring movement with strike. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 36″ h x 14″ w x 6-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Case has been tastefully refinished with restorations, dials & rollers have been renewed. A nicely restored clock. 9-21162 (3,500-4,500)

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4026

ITHACA #2-1/2 BRISBANE MODEL DOUBLE DIAL PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The carved walnut rectangular case with pierced gallery. The upper dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring, time & strike apertures, the calendar dial with date, day & month. Fitted with a double spring time only, 30 day movement marked E.N. Welch, made for Ithaca Calendar Clock Co. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 43″ h x 15-1/2″ w x 8″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Dials show wear and inpainting, case with minor shrinkage cracks around dial with an overcoat over original finish. Very good overall. 9-21035 (2,500-3,000)

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4027

ITHACA IRON FRONT CASE DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The figure-8 case cast with scrolling leaf tips, the upper dial with double time only aperture with seconds dial, the lower calendar dial marked “H.B. Horton’s Patents”. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 19″ h x 9-1/4″ w x 4″ d. CONDITION: Probably repainted case done many years ago, the upper paper dial replaced about 100 years ago. 9-21160 (2,000-2,500)

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4028

ITHACA “IRON CASE” DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR WALL CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The figure-8 iron case cast with floral decoration and additionally with a painted floral spray. Eight day time & strike spring driven movement, probably by Welch. Retains two original paper labels. Original pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 21″ h x 9-1/2″ w x 4″ d. CONDITION: Nice overall original clock. 9-21159 (2,000-2,500)

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4029

SETH THOMAS REGULATOR #2 CLOCK. Circa 1920. The oak veneered case of typical form housing a painted dial with Arabic chapter ring and sweep seconds subsidiary ring, time only aperture. The eight-day brass weight driven movement is marked “St.” and “77A”. Original pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 37″ h x 15-3/4″ w x 5-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Case is nicely finished with a revitalized dial having slight flaking. Overall very good. 9-21133 (1,000-1,200)

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4030

WALTHAM “WILLARD” MODEL BANJO CLOCK. Circa 1930. Retailed by Smith Patterson & Co. and so marked on the painted dial. The mahogany case of typical form maintaining original Washington & Mt. Vernon eglomise painted tablets. Also with gilt decorated displayed eagle finial and presentation gold gilt pediment with suspended spherules. The brass eight day weight driven movement marked “Waltham”. Pendulum & weight present, with key. SIZE: 41″ l x 10-1/4″ w x 4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case with restoration to gilding and pediment, dial repainted, original pendulum, replaced weight. Eagle finial original. Very good. 9-21054 (1,500-2,000)

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4031

ITHACA CLOCK CO. REGULATOR #1 DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Also called the #1 hanging Bank Clock. This walnut case with double dial perpetual calendar movement, double day, weight-driven time only movement. Pendulum & weights present, no key. SIZE: Approximately 48″ l x 19-1/4″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Professionally restored and refurbished, aesthetically attractive. 9-21058 (6,500-7,500)

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4032

WATERBURY “AUGUSTA” MODEL OAK WALL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The ornately carved oak case with cast metal mounts, the dial with Roman Numeral chapter rings, the lower section with open well design flanked by spiral twist columns. Double weight time-only eight-day movement with chain pulls having acorn finials and with original brass spiral twist weights. Pendulum & two weights present, no key. SIZE: 50-1/2″ h x 18-1/2″ w x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Nicely rubbed down case and oiled, dial repainted several years ago. A nicely restored clock. 9-21141 (2,000-2,500)

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4033

NEW HAVEN MODEL #2 “MOUSE” CLOCK. Made for Dugan & Klump, Philadelphia, Circa 1910. Rectangular case with a vertical row of Arabic numerals beside a track in which slides a white mouse, beneath which is written “Dickory, Dickory Dock” etc. Above two time & strike apertures, further above “No. 9128 Pat. Feb. 15, 1909”. SIZE: 43″ h x 9-1/2″ w x 3-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Retains original surface, mouse tail has been replaced. 9-21165 (1,200-1,600)

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4034

OSWALD “SHEIK” GERMAN NOVELTY REVOLVING EYE TIME PIECE. Circa 1940. The carved and polychrome decorated case with revolving eyes, the figure holding a circular tray. The time is indicated by rotation and positions of the eyeballs, whereby the right eye points out the hours, the left eye points out the minutes. SIZE: 8-1/4″ h x 4-1/4″ overall w x 5-1/4″ overall d. CONDITION: Overall in very nice condition with possibly replaced tray. 9-21173 (500-700)

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4035

OSWALD “WISE OLD OWL” GERMAN NOVELTY REVOLVING EYE TIME PIECE. Circa 1930. The Black Forest style carved owl case with revolving eyes. The backplate with an impressed label reading “Patented USA Aug. 31, 1926 Made in Germany No Jewels”. The time is indicated by rotation and positions of the eyeballs, whereby the right eye points out the hours, the left eye points out the minutes. SIZE: 8″ h x 3-1/2″ w x 2-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Overall in nice original condition. 9-21127 (400-600)

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4036

WELCH “AUBER” MODEL DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The rectangular case with arched molded crest flanked by turned colonnettes. The double door opening to perpetual movement calendar dials and additionally fitted with a B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism and eight-day movement, weight driven with strike. Pendulum and two weights present, no key. SIZE: 36-1/4″ h x 20″ w x 8″ d. CONDITION: Retains original finish. Bottom of case is missing and felt over lower mechanism cover is also missing. Bottom door key present, but not working lock. 9-21112 (2,000-2,500)

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4037

SETH THOMAS PARLOR CALENDAR #10. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The double dial perpetual calendar clock in a walnut case fitted with an eight-day weight driven movement with spring. Pendulum & weights present, no key. SIZE: 36″ h x 22-1/2″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Dials show wear with some inpainting. Original paper label and with original rubbed down finish. 9-21092 (3,500-4,500)

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4038

SETH THOMAS #6 REGULATOR WALL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The painted dial marked “Seth Thomas” with a Roman Numeral chapter ring and a subsidiary seconds dial and time only aperture. The silvered pendulum with nicely etched decoration. Eight-day, weight driven time only movement. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 48″ l x 17″ w x 7″ d. CONDITION: Nicely restored with split in door and repainted dial. 9-21144 (2,200-2,600)

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4039

SETH THOMAS RAILROAD REGULATOR #6. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case having two 10″ time dials labeled “Railroad Time” and “Local Time”. Both dials run by a singular movement which will maintain relative difference. Eight-day weight driven time piece. Case retains original label. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: Overall: 47″ l x 16-3/4″ w x 7-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Nicely restored condition. 9-21145 (4,400-4,600)

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4040

SETH THOMAS “OFFICE CALENDAR #10” PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. First quarter of the 20th Century. The figured walnut case with arched crest and step molded cornice fitted with a double dial perpetual calendar movement and an eight-day movement. Also with a nicely engraved silvered pendulum. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 48″ h x 15″ w x 7-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Nicely restored case with incorrect weight. Very nice clock overall. 9-21152 (5,500-6,500)

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4041

SETH THOMAS PARLOR CALENDAR CLOCK #10. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Victorian walnut case with acorn finials. The hinged door applied with burl panels and double colonnettes opening to an interior with double dials. The upper most marked “SETH THOMAS”. The lower calendar dial marked “PATENTED FEB 15 1876”. Door interior with original label. Pendulum and two weights present, no key. SIZE: 36-1/2″ h x 22-1/2″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Retains original finish, upper dial with old repaint. Weights not original. 9-21097 (3,500-4,000)

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4042

SETH THOMAS PARLOR #1 CALENDAR CLOCK. Mid 19th Century. The rosewood veneered case with ogee molding having weight driven calendar clock with time & strike. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 33″ h x 17″ w x 4-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Old painted dials, lower dial has inpainting and not original. Minor veneer damage and repair. 9-21081 (700-900)

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4043

SETH THOMAS OFFICE #1 DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood veneer case fitted with a full length hinged door opening to a double dial; the upper most with Roman Numeral chapter ring and time only aperture. The calendar dial with day, date and month and marked “Seth Thomas Clock Co. Patented Thomaston, Conn.”. The door retaining a partial original label. Weight driven time only movement. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 41″ l x 19-1/2″ w x 7″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Some rosewood veneer missing, top dial with old repaint. 9-21024 (2,200-2,600)

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4044

GILBERT MARANVILLE PATENT SHORT DROP CALENDAR CLOCK. Second half of the 19th Century. The short drop rosewood veneered case with day, date, and month calendar dial centering time & strike apertures, with an eight-day spring movement with strike. Case retains original paper label. Bottom hinged door with a circular eglomise panel designed with a star. In addition, the original backboard with a paper label. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 22-1/2″ l x 15-1/4″ w x 4-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Nicely refinished case with wear to upper dial, has additional replacement label on backboard of case. 9-21158 (800-1,000)

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4045

WATERBURY CLOCK CO. ROSEWOOD SIMPLE CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood veneer octagon short drop case centering a calendar dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring and time only aperture, retaining an original paper label within the short drop and additional paper labels on the backboard. Fitted with an eight-day, spring, time-only movement. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 21-1/2″ l x 14-1/2″ w x 4-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Nicely refinished case with slight wear to dial and lower tablet has been renewed. 9-21172 (200-300)

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4046

SETH THOMAS FASHION #1 PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Circa 1875. The rosewood veneer case with eight-day spring movement with strike on bell. The upper dial marked “FASHION”, the lower calendar dial marked “SOUTHERN CALENDAR CLOCK CO. ST. LOUIS, MO.”. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 28-1/2″ h x 15″ w x 5″ d. CONDITION: Refinished case with slight veneer damage and veneer restoration. Dials have been repainted and the roller paper is also replaced. 9-21135 (700-900)

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4047

WELCH SPRING & CO “AUDRAN” PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The carved walnut case with B B Lewis Patent calendar unit and an eight-day spring movement with strike. This is a 26″ Variant model of the double dial perpetual calendar clock. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 31-1/2″ h x 20″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been refinished, age cracks with restorations. Overall a very nice clock. 9-21037 (3,000-3,500)

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4048

SETH THOMAS#16 WALNUT WALL REGULATOR. Circa 1900. Large rectangular case with shell cresting, the canted corners with engaged columns, the cornice and bases with leaftip carvings and columns. The case pediment with an ogee molded pediment. The door opening to a dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring. The dial marked “Seth Thomas” and fitted with a sweep seconds hand, all within a nickel-plated, eight-day time only single silvered weight driven brass movement. The pendulum with nickel-plated damascene engraved bob. Pendulum, weight, winder & door key. SIZE: Overall 77″ l x 23″ w x 8-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely refinished with a redone dial. Rod in need of repair at one end. 9-21046 (20,000-30,000)

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4049

ANSONIA PINWHEEL JEWELERS WALNUT WALL REGULATOR. Fourth quarter of the 19th Century. The large rectangular case with molded cornice surmounted by a carved crest & finial and with glass on three sides. The dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring mounted within a molded brass bezel. The eight-day movement with pinwheel escapement, sweep second, weight driven with a six-rod compensating pendulum with lyre trim. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: Overall 89″ l x 21″ w x 9-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Refinished, restored case with paper dial probably over a porcelain dial. 9-21103 (5,500-6,500)

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4050

SETH THOMAS HANGING “ECLIPSE” WALNUT WALL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Also called a hanging “ball top”. The incised and carved case of typical form with a nicely stenciled door. Interior fitted with a brass eight-day spring time & strike lyre movement with alarm. The original pendulum marked “Eclipse” and additionally marked with a central star. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 26-3/4″ h x 14-3/4″ w x 4-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely refinished case with renewed paper dial and tablet. 9-21026 (250-350)

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4051

WELCH CO. WALL REGULATOR SIMPLE CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case with incised scrolled decoration centering a calendar dial, time only, eight-day movement. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 34-1/2″ l x 14-3/4″ w x 5-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: The case stripped & oiled and with restoration. 9-21052 (600-800)

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4052

SETH THOMAS OFFICE CALENDAR #3. Third quarter of the 19th Century, commonly called the “Peanut” model. The rosewood veneer hanging case with a double dial perpetual calendar movement and an eight-day double spring time only movement. Rosewood case of turnip form. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 24″ l x 10-3/4″ w x 4″ d. CONDITION: Tastefully restored, retaining original paper on calendar rolls. 9-21111 (2,200-2,600)

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4053

SETH THOMAS WALNUT HANGING PARLOR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The case of typical form surmounted by a Jenny Lind bust, the door with gold stenciled floral design, the base of case with leveler and the interior case with original paper label. Eight-day striking alarm movement. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 26″ h x 14″ w x 4-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been brought down to original wood and oiled, Jenny Lind head probably a replacement, replaced alarm bell. Overall a very nice clock. 9-21027 (200-300)

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4054

SETH THOMAS PARLOR CALENDAR #2 SHELF CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. Rosewood veneer case with an eight-day spring movement and original square dials. Original paper label on interior of door. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 26-3/4″ h x 14″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Veneered case has veneer damage and the dials have been redone, date hand has been replaced. 9-21079 (400-600)

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4055

NEW HAVEN FASHION #9 DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Victorian birch case with original paper label and original simple calendar mechanism. The double dials black with gilt lettering, the door with gold painted “FASHION”. All on a molded stepped plinth. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 17″ w x 6″ d. CONDITION: Refinished case, replaced finials, lower calendar hand and with proper and appropriate replaced glass panel. Wear to numerals on dial. Very good professional restoration. 9-21154 (900-1,200)

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4056

ITHACA CLOCK CO #2 “BANK” MODEL DOUBLE DIAL PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The Victorian walnut case with molded crest, the mounting board with etched decoration fitted with an eight-day double weight, time only movement. The calendar dial marked with maker’s name. Pendulum present, no key or weight. SIZE: 59″ h x 21-1/4″ w x 9″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been nicely refurbished, dials & rollers have been renewed. Overall a nice clock. 9-21025 (4,000-6,000)

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4057

WELCH SPRING & CO. #3A REGULATOR CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The rectangular walnut case with arched molded crest and turned colonnettes. Additionally fitted with double doors and a B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism with an eight-day double weight, time only movement. Pendulum, weights & key present. SIZE: 51″ l x 19-1/2″ w x 6″ d. CONDITION: Nicely refinished case with restorations, incorrect weights. Label on lower calendar door absent, part of suspension missing, pendulum rod has been adapted. 9-21113 (5,000-6,000)

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4058

SETH THOMAS “FASHION” #3 TEXAS STAR MODEL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Fitted in a walnut case. Calendar dial marked “SOUTHERN CALENDAR CLOCK CO. ST. LOUIS, MO. PATENTED MARCH 18, 1879. the interior with incised gilt decoration. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 16″ w x 5-1/2” d. CONDITION: Case has been brought down to the natural wood and oiled. Original brass bell, painted dials, and “FASHION” stenciling on glass. Dials show wear. Case cornice with small losses at rear. Very good overall. 9-21137 (2,000-2,500)

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4059

SETH THOMAS “PARLOR” #1 CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood case with arched concave molded cornice. Upper dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring, time and strike apertures, above the calendar dial with Arabic numeral chapter ring, day and date apertures. Retaining original label on reverse of door. On a molded plinth. With an 8-day weight driven movement with strike. There are two “Parlor” Calendar No. 1 models, this model with larger dials and no dividing panel. Patent date of 1876 on lower dial. Pendulum and two weights present, no key. SIZE: 33″ h x 17″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Both dials with old restoration. Rosewood case having some veneer work, lower hand broken. 9-21082 (700-900)

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4060

SETH THOMAS “OFFICE” CALENDAR #10 DOUBLE DIAL PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case with molded cornice fitted with a double dial and as an eight-day weight driven time-piece. Interior case retains original paper label. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 48″ h x 15″ w x 7″ d. CONDITION: Case has been tastefully refinished with renewed dials. 9-21151 (5,000-6,000)

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4061

WELCH SPRING & CO. REGULATOR #5 CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut hanging case with arched molded cornice and colonettes. The dial with double weight and time only movement. Pendulum & replaced weights present, no key. SIZE: 52″ l x 20″ w x 7-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Case tastefully brought down to original wood with slight restoration, dial has been repainted by the Dial House with receipt. 9-21115 (3,500-4,000)

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4062

WELCH #3 MANTEL CALENDAR CLOCK. Fourth quarter of the 19th Century. With rosewood case. The upper dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring centering the days of the week. The lower dial with calendar chapter ring centering the months of the year. Flanked by engaged gilt half columns. Raised on a concave stepped and molded plinth. Weight driven. Pendulum & weights present, no key. SIZE: 30″ h x 18″ w x 6-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Original finish to the case, upper dial showing wear. Probably replaced pendulum, recolored columns, and with slight veneer loss. Lacking label on original backboard. 9-21073 (1,200-1,600)

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4063

RARE SETH THOMAS “PARLOR” CALENDAR #11. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The oak case with double dial perpetual calendar movement. Eight-day strike on cathedral gong. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 29″ h x 16-1/4″ w x 6″ d. CONDITION: Polished original finish. Original dials with flaking, interesting directions label. Very good overall. 9-21114 (2,200-2,500)

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4064

SIDNEY ADVERTISING HANGING WALL CLOCK FOR A.R. PENNY DRUGGIST & JEWELER. Sidney, N.Y., last quarter of the 19th Century. The rare hanging clock with walnut case and spool gallery. The rectangular door with a wonderful eglomise panel advertising the Carpenter House at Depot. The dial, a simple calendar centering a Roman Numeral chapter ring and sweep second hand and with an eight-day spring, time only movement. The box base with three rotating cylinders, each with hand painted advertising panels. The unique detail about Sidney advertising clocks is that at 5 minute intervals a bell sounds and the three panels in the lower section of the case revolve to display three additional ads. Case retains original label. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 69″ l x 28″ w x 10-1/2″ d; 12″ dial dia. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely cleaned and restored. 9-21034 (7,000-9,000)

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4065

SETH THOMAS OFFICE CALENDAR NO. 11. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The double dial perpetual calendar clock with single weight, time only eight-day movement, mounted in a burled walnut carved case with pierce-carved mounting board. The cornice with carved floral crest and frieze, the sides with full columns. Weight, pendulum & key present. SIZE: 69″ h x 26-1/2″ w x 8″ d. CONDITION: Very good restored condition. 9-21100 (30,000-35,000)

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4066

ITHACA #6 HANGING LIBRARY WALNUT WALL CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The Victorian case with carved crest and double dial with Horton’s patent calendar movement. The case applied with burled walnut panels and with molded pediment. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32-1/2″ h x 12″ w x 4-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Nicely restored condition with small split in case front, case pediment being a later replacement. 9-21109 (700-800)

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4067

SETH THOMAS “QUEEN ANNE” MODEL WALNUT WALL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Painted dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring, time & strike apertures. Fitted with an engraved pendulum. Eight-day double spring movement with strike. Case retains original paper label. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 36″ h x 13″ w x 5″ d. CONDITION: Refinished case with a possibly redone dial. 9-21143 (1,200-1,600)

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4068

WELCH SPRING & CO. “WAGNER” HANGING MODEL PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The carved walnut case with domed molded cornice, the double dials mounted within molded surrounds flanked by colonnettes. This perpetual calendar clock with B.B. Lewis mechanism and eight-day spring movement with strike. NOTE: This is the early model with top & lower trim attached to door. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32-3/4″ h x 16″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extra pieces accompany clock which may or may not be original, replaced bottom finial and some trim pieces. Tastefully refinished. 9-21032 (2,200-2,800)

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4069

WELCH “WAGNER” HANGING MODEL WALNUT CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The carved walnut case with arched molded cresting and S-scrolls housing a double dial B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism with an eight-day spring movement with strike. Case with original paper label in the base, the door with original B.B. Lewis label. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 31-3/4″ h x 15-3/4″ w x 5-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely restored case with refreshed upper dial. 9-21033 (2,200-2,800)

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4070

RARE ITHACA #5 “EMERALD” CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case with burl panels and ebonized trim centering the upper dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring above a perpetual calendar double dial. The whole raised on a molded stepped plinth. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 33″ h x 14″ w x 5-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Top finial with losses to trim, original finish to case, original dials, day, month rollers original, replaced hanger for silvered pendulum, otherwise good. 9-21121 (1,600-2,000)

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4071

SETH THOMAS EARLY PARLOR CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood veneered case with engaged faceted half columns centering a door with eagle tablet. The upper dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring, the lower calendar dial with day, date and month. Case retains original paper label on backboard. Pendulum and two weights present, no key. SIZE: 30-1/2″ h x 18-1/2″ w x 5-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case tastefully refinished, slight veneer damage, tablets strengthened, paper dials have been added over the existing original painted dials. Replaced paper day, month rolls. 9-21087 (1,000-1,400)

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4072

ITHACA #7 HANGING COTTAGE CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The rectangular walnut case carved with leaf tips. The hinged door opening to a paper double dial. An eight-day spring movement with strike. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 29″ l x 12″ w x 4-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nice, fully restored clock. 9-21051 (800-1,200)

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4073

ITHACA CLOCK CO. #8 HANGING LIBRARY CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut Victorian case with raised panels fitted with a double dial, eight-day spring movement. The lower calendar dial marked “H.B. Horton’s Patents”. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 28″ h x 12″ w x 4-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Stripped and oiled case, replaced upper finial and possibly factory added base, upper dial shows wear to original paper. 9-21108 (500-600)

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4074

ANSONIA LONG DROP REGULATOR “A” WALL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Of typical form, paper dial marked “JOHN HANDO LTD. BRECON” centering an Ansonia trademark. Fitted with an eight-day, double spring, time only movement with small seconds dial. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 32″ h x 17-1/4″ w x 4-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely restored clock with refinished walnut case and renewed paper dial, probably for the retailer. 9-21031 (250-350)

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4075

WELCH SPRING & CO. GALE DROP CALENDAR REGULATOR CLOCK. Circa 1875. The simulated rosewood case fitted with an eglomise panel in lower door. Case with original paper label on backboard. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 30″ l x 16-3/4″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Overall nicely restored with correctly replaced lower tablet. 9-21022 (5,000-6,000)

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4076

AMERICAN WALNUT JEWELER’S REGULATOR CLOCK. Circa 1875. Renaissance Victorian carved walnut case. The carved cornice centering a maple masque flanked by swags of drapery. The glass door opening on a porcelain dial within a 13-1/2″ brass bezel. The dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring and center sweep seconds dial. The weight driven, pinwheel time only movement with a three-jar glass pendulum. Weight, pendulum & key present. SIZE: 8’6″ h x 26″ w x 9-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Professionally restored with associated movement and pendulum. 9-21071 (6,000-7,000)

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4077

FINE & RARE ITHACA NUMBER 1 REGULATOR PERPETUAL CALENDAR WALL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The carved walnut case with floral crest and engraved fluted quarter columns. The mounting board with incised decoration. Fitted with 12″ double dials, the eight-day, double weight time only movement with sweeps seconds hand and with nickel-plated pendulum bob. Weights, key & pendulum present. SIZE: 74″ h x 20″ w x 8-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Professionally restored and refinished. Very good overall. 9-21095 (35,000-40,000)

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4078

WELCH WAGNER DOUBLE DIAL SHELF CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Victorian walnut case with molded domed top, S-scrolled elements and detached colonnettes. Fitted with a double calendar dial and a B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism. Eight-day spring movement with strike. Case with original label in base. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 24-1/2″ h x 16″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Dials appear original, finish original but rubbed down. Back cover plate for Lewis mechanism appears replaced. 9-21040 (1,800-2,200)

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4079

ANSONIA WALNUT MIRROR SIDE SHELF CLOCK WITH ALARM. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Of typical form and applied with cast-metal, floral, foliate, and mystical decorations. Plinth mounted with winged putti. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 20″ h x 13-1/2″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Restored finish, very good overall. 9-21086 (300-500)

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4080

WALNUT WELCH MORSE PATENT CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case fitted with a calendar and time dial. The hinged rectangular door with classical stencil decoration, all on a molded plinth. Case with two original labels on backboard. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 22-1/2″ h x 16″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Original dial, pendulum and glass probably not original. Case has been rubbed down to natural wood and oiled. 9-21045 (700-900)

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4081

ITHACA #10 FARMER’S MODEL CALENDAR CLOCK. third quarter of the 19th Century. Rectangular walnut case fitted with a double dial perpetual calendar movement with eight day spring & strike. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 21″ h x 12″ w x 4-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Nicely restored clock with new rollers, refinished. Very good overall. 9-21118 (300-500)

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4082

INGRAHAM PARLOR MODEL DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The Renaissance Victorian walnut case fitted with double dials, the door with a B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism and with eight-day spring movement with strike. Impressed makers mark on base of case. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 21-1/2″ h x 11-3/4″ w x 5-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Case has been brought down to natural wood and oiled, top dial original and shows wear. Lower dial and cover plate on lower door with slight damage. 9-21128 (1,200-1,600)

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4083

BREWSTER & INGRAHAM “ROUNDED GOTHIC” STEEPLE CLOCK. Second quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case of typical form with an eight-day striking brass spring movement. The door with a Classical stenciled ornament of Patriotic nature. Commonly referred to by collectors as an “Onion Top” steeple clock. Pendulum and key present. SIZE: 20-1/4″ h x 12″ w x 4″ d. CONDITION: Glass is a replacement, finials probably a replacement, otherwise very good. 9-21116 (1,200-1,500)

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4084

E.N. WELCH LABELED ROSEWOOD MANTEL CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood case mounted with a double dial and fitted with a B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism on the lower door, housing an eight-day spring movement with strike. Case with ebonized trim. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 17″ h x 9-1/2″ w x 4-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case cleaned and refinished, the clock as described but with an assemblage of new and retooled parts. Sold in “as is” condition. 9-21047 (500-700)

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4085

E.N. WELCH “ITALIAN” #1 DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood veneer case with domed cresting. The double dial perpetual calendar with B.B. Lewis mechanism. The movement an eight-day spring time only. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 18-1/2″ h x 11-1/2″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Original finish with slight veneer damage, top dial has been professionally repainted and has a brace board to hold the back of the case and bottom together. 9-21049 (600-700)

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4086

E.N. WELCH “ITALIAN” #3 DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The domed rosewood case fitted with a double dial and also with a B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism. having an eight-day spring movement with strike. Case with original label on interior. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 19-1/2″ h x 12″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely refinished case, day of the week hand replaced, slight veneer damage. 9-21048 (500-700)

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4087

E.N. WELCH “GERSTER” MODEL ROSEWOOD PARLOR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Rosewood case with balustrade cresting and applied colonettes. Painted dial with eight-day Patti spring movement with strike on bell. The original cast-brass pendulum with Sandwich glass insert. Case on a molded stepped plinth. Original partial label on backboard. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 18-1/2″ h x 12″ w x 6-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Top possibly replaced, dial has been repainted. Case has been refinished. 9-21061 (800-1,200)

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4088

E.N. WELCH “CARY VP” MODEL ROSEWOOD PARLOR CLOCK. last quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood case applied with colonnettes and fitted with a painted dial and an eight-day Patti spring powered movement, strike on bell, original cast pendulum, mounted with a Sandwich glass insert. Back of case with original paper label. Raised on a stepped molded plinth. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 20-1/2″ h x 12″ w x 6-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Tablet possibly replaced, case has been tastefully scrubbed down, center finial possibly a replacement. Otherwise a very nice clock. 9-21059 (1,000-1,500)

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4089

E.N. WELCH PATTI “VP” MODEL ROSEWOOD SHELF CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Rosewood case applied with colonnettes and ball finials. Interior mounted with a painted dial centering an internal alarm. Eight-day Patti spring powered movement, strike on bell. With original cast brass pendulum with Sandwich glass insert. No label. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 19″ h x 12-1/4″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Center finial possibly replaced, cleaned down to original finish. Very nice clock. 9-21060 (900-1,200)

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4090

E.N. WELCH “SCALCHI” MODEL WALNUT PARLOR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The Classical Revival style case with balustrade cornice. The hinged arched door flanked by fluted half columns. The paper dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring having an eight-day Patti spring powered movement with strike on gong. The original cast brass pendulum with Sandwich glass insert and Maltese Cross. The whole raised on a stepped molded plinth. Pendulum and key present. Original label on back of case. SIZE: 19-1/2″ h x 12″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Dial has been replaced with paper, case has been refinished. 9-21063 (800-1,200)

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4091

E.N. WELCH PATTI ROSEWOOD PARLOR CLOCK. Rectangular case with glass sides and door. Domed crest with ball finials. Case corners with engaged 3/4 columns. Fitted with an eight-day Patti spring powered movement, strike on gong, and with an original cast brass pendulum with Sandwich glass insert. Original label on backboard. On a stepped molded plinth. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 18-3/4″ h x 12-1/4″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Original finish rubbed down. Possibly with replaced finials, otherwise very good. 9-21067 (800-1,200)

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4092

E.N. WELCH PATTI NO. 1 MODEL SHELF CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood case with glass sides and applied with colonnettes mounted with an eight-day Patti spring powered movement, strike on bell. having original cast-brass pendulum centering a Sandwich glass insert. Case retains original paper label on back. Whole raised on a stepped molded plinth. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 19″ h x 12″ w x 6-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Clock retains original finish with a repainted dial. 9-21064 (800-1,200)

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4093

JEROME & CO. CABINET #4 PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The rectangular molded case surmounted by a calendar dial within a circular molded surround. The time dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring with time & strike apertures, a Jerome perpetual calendar mechanism, and an eight-day spring movement with strike. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 19-1/2″ h x 9-1/2″ w x 5-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Overall very good refinished condition. 9-21126 (1,200-1,600)

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4094

E.N. WELCH PATTI #2. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The “baby Patti” in a rosewood veneer case with glass sides. Retaining original paper label on backboard and original signed brass pendulum with a “Patti” spring movement, double spring time only. With key. SIZE: 10-1/4″ h x 7-1/2″ w x 4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Original finish with some veneer damage. Clock now has a paper dial. Chips to finials. Otherwise good. 9-21065 (2,000-3,000)

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4095

E.N. WELCH PATTI #2. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The “baby Patti” in a rosewood veneer case with glass sides. Original signed brass pendulum with a “Patti” spring movement, double spring time only. No key. SIZE: 10-1/4″ h x 7-1/2″ w x 4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Damage to finals, old replaced paper dial. Very good overall. 9-21066 (2,000-3,000)

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4096

ITHACA BOX “SKELETON” SHELF CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut ebonzied case framing a skeletonized movement. the double dial perpetual calendar clock with an eight-day spring movement with strike on bell. SIZE: 22″ h x 11″ w x 7-1/4″ d overall. PROVENANCE: Ex-Alfred Scott Collection, 1970; Ex-Maynard Bell Collection, 1975; Ex-George Snow Collection; Ex Jowell Bernick Collection to current owner. Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: This example with professional restoration. 9-21094 (8,000-10,000)

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4097

ITHACA “SKELETON” DOUBLE DIAL PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. The painted and gilt double dial on glass mounted to a rosewood columnar frame. The time movement marked “E.N. Welch” with patent date of 1870. The whole on an oval plinth fitted with glass dome. This is an unusual and rare example for a collector of Ithaca calendar clocks. SIZE: Overall including dome: 21″ h x 13″ w x 7-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Ex-Alfred Scott Collection, 1970; Ex-Maynard Bell Collection, 1975; Ex-George Snow Collection; Ex Jowell Bernick Collection to current owner. Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Dial plate with horizontal crack beneath the upper dial with professional restoration overall. 9-21055 (5,000-10,000)

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4098

UNUSUAL ITHACA “SKELETON” CLOCK UNDER DOME. The double dial perpetual calendar clock with a signed Ithaca E.N. Welch upper movement, patented August 30, 1870. Mounted on a bridge from which is suspended a glass & crystal pendulum marked “ICCO”. Lower calendar mechanism with black day, month rolls of the period. All mounted on an oval base in which is fitted a glass dome. This model never went into production and is not found in any publications that we are aware of. SIZE: 25-1/2″ h (including dome) x 13-3/4″ w x 7-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Ex-Alfred Scott Collection, 1970; Ex-Maynard Bell Collection, 1975; Ex-George Snow Collection; Ex Jowell Bernick Collection to current owner. Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: This example in excellent condition with professional restoration. 9-21056 (5,000-10,000)

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4099

ANSONIA CLOCK CO. “APEX” CRYSTAL REGULATOR. First quarter of the 20th Century. The elaborately cast gold gilt brass case applied with Classical female busts, the cast pendulum similarly designed. The four beveled glass panels centering an enameled dial with open escapement. Having eight-day spring movement with time and strike. The movement marked “Ansonia Clock Co.”. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: Overall: 18-1/4″ h x 10-1/2″ w x 9″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Overall nicely restored condition. 9-21075 (3,000-4,000)

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4099A

ANSONIA CLOCK CO. “MARQUIS” CRYSTAL REGULATOR. First quarter of the 20th Century. The cast brass case surmounted by a Classical urn, the four beveled glass panels centering an enameled dial with open escapement and time & strike apertures. Eight-day spring movement with strike on gong. Twin cylinder simulated mercury pendulum intact. The whole raised on scrolled feet. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: Overall: 15″ h x 7-1/4″ w x 6-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely restored condition, urn finial slightly off center. 9-21076 (700-900)

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4100

ANSONIA CLOCK CO. “ARION” MODEL FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK. First quarter of the 20th Century. The enamel dial with Arabic chapter ring and open escapement, the eight-day time & strike spring movement marked “Ansonia Clock Co.” with patent dates. The case additionally fitted with a seated nobleman, the rectangular base with cast patinated metal mounts. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 14″ h x 17-1/2″ l x 7-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Porcelain dial has hairlines and case is in good, restored condition except for back which is slightly bent. 9-21029 (900-1,400)

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4101

JAPY FRERES FRENCH CAST GILT METAL FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK UNDER GLASS DOME. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The enameled dial with time & strike apertures and Roman Numeral chapter ring. The brass movement marked with serial number 2265. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: Clock: 12″ h x 13-1/2″ w x 6″ d. With Dome: 16″ h. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Partially repainted face with repairs to rear legs. 9-21090 (300-500)

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4102

GILBERT CLOCK CO. CRYSTAL REGULATOR. The ornate cast case surmounted by an urn filled with a floral bouquet, the four beveled glass panels containing an enameled dial with open escapement and Arabic chapter ring. Fitted with a twin cylinder simulated mercury pendulum. The whole raised on scrolled claw feet. Key present. SIZE: 15″ h x 8″ w x 6-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Clean, restored condition. 9-21074 (500-700)

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4103

ANSONIA “ZENITH” MODEL CRYSTAL REGULATOR. First quarter of the 20th Century. The cast brass case of scrolling floral sprays and leaf tips mounted with four beveled glass panels. The enameled dial with Arabic chapter ring and open escapement with eight-day movement. With a twin cylinder simulated mercury pendulum. Case raised on scrolled feet. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 15″ h x 9″ w x 7-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Gilding has been removed from top and bottom, otherwise in nicely restored condition. 9-21169 (350-450)

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4104

AIGUILLES FRENCH CARRIAGE CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Brass case with engaged Corinthian columns on a stepped molded base and top. The movement with time, strike, alarm, and repeat. The face silvered, centering a blue enameled chapter ring for time and alarm. Spring movement with platform escapement. No key. SIZE: 8″ h overall x 4-1/4″ w x 3-3/4″ d. Case 6-1/4″ h. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Brass gilded case shows wear on top, running and striking at present time. Movement appears to have been cleaned fairly recently, some touch up and wear to blue enameling. Very good. 9-21069 (600-800)

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4105

AIGUILLES FRENCH CARRIAGE CLOCK. last quarter of the 19th Century. The strike hour and half hour repeating mechanism with the serial number 1737 mounted in a “Corniche” brass case having a spring movement with platform escapement. No key. SIZE: 7″ h overall x 3-3/4″ w x 3-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has slight dent in top, all four beveled glasses are in good condition. Clock appears to be running and striking at present time. 9-21068 (200-400)

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4106

ANSONIA “GLORIA” SWINGING ARM CLOCK. Circa 1906. Original Gloria statue has attached bar to hold mechanism with movement encased in brass. The eight-day movement is marked “Ansonia Clock Co” with their trademark. Movement winds from back of sphere. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 29″ h. CONDITION: Statue shows wear with excellent patina. 9-21164 (3,500-4,500)

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4107

F. MARTI FRENCH MARBLE CLOCK. Circa 1900. The black marble case surmounted by an urn. The case sides with red and brown breschia marble raised on gilt metal mounted claw feet. With brass time & strike movement. SIZE: 16″ h x 9-1/2″ overall w x 5-1/4″ overall d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Overall in very good restored condition. 9-21020 (300-600)

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4108

ITHACA CLOCK CO. “NO. O BANK” MODEL. Circa 1880. The oak case fitted with a double dial perpetual calendar movement. Eight day double weight time only movement. Included is lower case pediment. Pendulum, weights, and key present. SIZE: 60-1/2″ h x 21″ w x 9″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been tastefully refurbished with day, month paper rolls replaced. Nicely restored. 9-21041 (7,000-8,000)

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4109

WELCH WAGNER BLACK WALNUT MANTEL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Double dial perpetual calendar clock with B.B. Lewis calendar mechanism mounted within a walnut case. The eight-day spring movement with strike. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 26″ h x 16-1/4″ w x 5-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Original finish, possibly replaced finials, original dials, top dial with discoloration and fading. Nice clock overall. 9-21036 (1,800-2,200)

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4110

RARE ITHACA CHRONOMETER VARIANT CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case with original label, the upper dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring, the lower calendar dial marked “ITHACA CALENDAR CLOCK CO. ITHACA, N.Y.”. All within a scrolled and gilt decorated mounting board. Label on reverse. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 26-3/4″ h x 12″ ‘w x 5″ d. CONDITION: Refinished case, lower dial probably renewed, gilt has been heightened. 9-21124 (400-600)

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4111

SETH THOMAS ROSEWOOD REGULATOR #3 HANGING WALL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood case of typical form with molded door pediment and surround. The lower door with gilt slip. Time only, one weight trapezoidal style movement. Beat scale on bottom of the case. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 42″ h x 19-1/2″ w x 6″ d. CONDITION: Nicely rubbed down case, dial with wear around screw holes, slight restoration to remainder of dial. Case in nicely semi-restored condition with slight veneer damage. 9-21131 (2,700-3,000)

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4112

SETH THOMAS REGULATOR #18 IN MAHOGANY CASE. First quarter of the 20th Century. Of typical form, the painted dial with independent seconds dial and with eight day spring movement, brass mechanism which is not marked. Case retains remnants of an original paper label and with the original beat scale. Engraved silvered pendulum, weigh & key present. SIZE: 54″ h x 20″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been brought down nicely to original wood and oiled, movement old but of unknown age, dial is very nice. 9-21050 (4,500-5,000)

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4113

SETH THOMAS LONG PENDULUM FASHION CLOCK. The walnut case with arched top fitted as a double dial calendar clock with large silvered bell strike, retaining original paper label, all on a molded plinth. Also fitted with a conforming, but later, walnut shelf. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 16-3/4″ w x 6-3/4″ d. SHELF: 6-1/2″ h x 21″ w x 7″ d. CONDITION: Case has been refinished, has original dials. Inner board has had alterations. Original Fashion glass. Very good. 9-21153 (2,250-2,750)

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4114

SETH THOMAS “FASHION” #2 CALENDAR CLOCK. Circa 1876. The walnut veneered case housing a double dial, the upper most marked “Fashion Patented October 11, 1875”. The calendar dial marked “Southern Calendar Clock Co. St. Louis, MO. Patented July 4, 1876”. Pendulum present, no key. Case retains original label on door interior. SIZE: 31″ h x 15″ w x 5″ d. CONDITION: New paper rollers, the day, month rolls have been replaced and the painted dials are replaced. Clock with veneer missing. 9-21136 (900-1,200)

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4115

F. KROEBER SWISS REGULATOR #28. New York, last quarter of the 19th Century. The monumental carved oak case with baluster gallery and acorn finials above a hooded concave frieze. The door with glass panel housing an eight-day pinwheel escapement regulator movement with porcelain dial. Movement inside the original brass casing to keep it clean. Clock retains grid iron pendulum with alternating steel & brass rods with large 13″ dia. brass bob. Pendulum, weight, key & door key present. SIZE: Clock dial: 13-3/4″ dia. 90-1/2″ h x 23″ w x 17″ overall d. CONDITION: Case has been rubbed down to natural finish and oiled, movement is cleaned and looks like it would run, pendulum fits movement. A very nice attractive clock. 9-21104 (7,000-9,000)

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4116

WELCH SPRING & CO. REGULATOR #1 ROSEWOOD HANGING REGULATOR CLOCK. Fourth quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood case with arched molded cornice flanked by large finials. The dial with double time apertures and Roman Numeral chapter ring. The canted corners applied with columns. Fitted with a double weight, time only weight driven movement. Pendulum, door key & weights present. SIZE: 67″ h x 22-3/4″ w x 8-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely rubbed down case with minor restoration, dial appears to have been repainted. 9-21042 (7,000-8,000)

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4117

SETH THOMAS FASHION #4 CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Victorian walnut case with hinged door marked with gilt decorated “FASHION”. Short pendulum model with silvered pendulum, strikes on the gong. Eight day spring movement. Commonly referred to as a Fashion #4 Variant. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 16″ w x 5-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Case has been brought down to the natural wood and oiled. Top dial has been redone, lower dial is original but shows wear. Very good overall. 9-21138 (2,200-2,400)

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4118

SETH THOMAS “FASHION” #5 PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The lower calendar dial marked “MADE BY SETH THOMAS CLOCK CO. FOR DIXIE CALENDAR CLOCK CO.”. The walnut case with hinged door, the glass decorated with “FASHION”, gilt heightened. Raised on a molded plinth. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 16″ w x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Both dials with inpainting, original hands, drums with replaced paper, case retains labels, overall very good. 9-21147 (2,200-2,600)

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4119
Revised: 8/22/2011

Important Note: This clock DOES have its original crest. It was mistakenly photographed without it. Please see images on website.

ITHACA #0 “BANK” MODEL DOUBLE DIAL PERPETUAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut Victorian case with molded cornice surmounted by a carved crest, the case sides applied with burled panels, the case base joined to a conforming pediment. Housing double dials with a double weight, time only movement. Pendulum, key and two weights present. SIZE: 60″ h x 21″ w x 9-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been rubbed down and oiled, dials and rolls have been replaced. 9-21099 (7,000-8,000)

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4120

BIRGE & FULLER DOUBLE CANDLE STICK WAGON SPRING CLOCK. Mid 19th Century. Of typical form with etched and paint decorated glass tablets. The eight-day brass movement marked with the maker’s name. Chain driven wagon spring mechanism, retaining paper label. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 26-1/4″ h x 13-3/4″ w x 4″ d. CONDITION: Case has been rubbed down and tastefully restored. Very good. 9-21166 (3,000-3,500)

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4121

SETH THOMAS REGULATOR #2 CLOCK. First quarter of the 20th Century. The mahogany long drop case of typical form with eight-day, single weight driven movement. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 36″ l x 16″ w x 5-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Case has been rubbed down and oiled. Otherwise very good. 9-21140 (1,000-1,200)

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4122

SETH THOMAS “FASHION” #7 DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case with molded cornice, the hinged door with gold leaf “FASHION” on the glass. Dials say that the clock was made for “C J Pettigrew Cock Co. Ft. Worth, TX.”. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 16″ w x 6-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Dials have been repainted, case rubbed down to the original finish. Tips of the finials have been redone. Original bell gong, original paper rollers. Very good overall. 9-21150 (2,500-3,000)

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4123

SETH THOMAS REGULATOR #32 OAK WALL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The rectangular case with stick & ball balustrade gallery and incised carving applied overall with burled panels centering a painted dial marked “Seth Thomas” with Roman Numeral chapter ring and with small seconds dial. The case additionally fitted with brass beat scale. Original two jar thumbprint pendulum. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 66-1/2″ h x 17-3/4″ w x 10″ d. CONDITION: Rubbed down and oiled, pendulum bob needs repair. Dial has been redone, probably by The Dial House in the 70’s. Label in bottom of casereplaced. 9-21117 (3,500-4,000)

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4124

HUGH WITHMAN WILLARD “LIGHTHOUSE” REPRODUCTION CLOCK. Circa 1970. This handmade quality reproduction of a Willard lighthouse clock accompanied by original English blown glass bell. The eight-day weight driven movement is time only but the clock has the drop off strike feature as with the original. The 4″ painted dial marked “Simon Willard Roxbury”. In a handmade mahogany lighthouse form case with gilt metal mounts. SIZE: Overall: 29-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21057 (6,000-7,000)

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4125

RARE ANSONIA NO. 11 PINWHEEL JEWELER’S REGULATOR. Circa 1880. The carved walnut Renaissance Revival case with arched molded cornice surmounted by a shell crest centering a female classical head. The rectangular glass paneled door with arched molded top flanked by scrolled volutes, all on a molded box base mounted with burled panels. The silvered dial with sweep seconds hand and Roman Numeral chapter ring. The eight-day time only movement driven by a single weight and fitted to a three jar faceted pendulum. Door key, winder, pendulum & single weight present. Literature: Catalog facsimile illustrated in “Longcase Clocks and Standing Regulators, Part One” by Tran Duy Ly. Page 23, fig. 17, 1880 catalog. Also, “Ansonia Clocks by Tran Duy Ly, page 279, fig. 1395, 1883 catalog. SIZE: 9’3″ h x 37″ w x 14-1/2” d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case professionally polished. Dial resilvered. Pendulum correct but may not be original. Crack in glass jar. 9-21077 (10,000-15,000)

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4126

MONUMENTAL AMERICAN CARVED WALNUT FLOOR-STANDING LONGCASE REGULATOR NO. 8. Circa 1878-1883. New York. Attributed to George A. Jones & Co. or Ansonia Clock Co. The case with ornately carved cresting surmounted by a carved female head of the huntress Diana over a deer head with displayed antlers, flanked by carved lion’s heads. The throat with long glass paneled door, the backboard mirrored. The molded box base centering a carved ferret’s head on a burled panel, mounted on a molded plinth. The case decorated overall with burled panels and carved elements. The precision regulator with a silvered 17″ astronomical dial, a time only movement driven by a single weight and fitted with a three jar compensated pendulum. The massive brass front and back plates to the movement (12-1/2″ x 10-1/2″ x 1/4″) characteristic of Geo. A. Jones & Co. NOTE: George A. Jones & Co. was, located at 5 Courtland St., New York. The company and all of its assets were sold to Ansonia Clock Company in 1880. In 1878, Ansonia acquired a factory site in Brooklyn, New York, where it transferred its entire operation to from New Haven, Connecticut. it is believed that the example offered here was manufactured in the time span of 1878 through 1880 and is the same regulator #8 model Ansonia continued to produce. A nearly identical example is illustrated on page 276, fig. 1385 in “Ansonia Clocks” by Tran Duy Ly and refers to the Ansonia catalog of 1883. Another is illustrated on page 24, fig. 19 in “Longcase Clocks and Standing Regulators-Part One” by Tran Duy Ly part one, and refers to the Ansonia catalog of 1880. SIZE: 11′ h x 36″ w x 18″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Very good overall with re-silvered dial and probably associated three jar pendulum. Beat scale absent. Case professionally cleaned and repolished. 9-21070 (40,000-50,000)

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4127

E. HOWARD FIGURE-EIGHT REGULATOR #7. Boston, third quarter of the 19th Century. The figure-eight walnut case with carved crest & pediment and with original eglomise tablets. The hinged door opening to a painted dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring marked “E. HOWARD & CO. BOSTON.”. The original brass eight-day, weight driven movement marked “E. Howard & Co., Boston” with recoil escapement and mounted with original Howard pendulum and with an original weight stamped “2”. Pendulum, winder, weight present. SIZE: 51″ l x 17″ dia. x 5-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Looks to be in good, as found condition with slight restoration. 9-21171 (12,500-16,500)

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4128

E. HOWARD FIGURE-EIGHT REGULATOR #6. The large figure-eight walnut case with carved cresting pediment and with tri-color glass tablets, the door with original E. Howard & Co. label. The case mounted with engraved E. Howard movement with eight-day, weight driven, retaining hour and with original Howard pendulum. 15″ painted dial with small seconds dial marked “E. Howard & Co., Boston”. Pendulum & weight (possibly a replacement) present, no key. SIZE: 59″ l x 19″ dia. x 7″ d. CONDITION: Nicely restored & refinished case with dial that was probably touched up or repainted by The Dial House. Overall a very attractive clock. 9-21167 (15,000-20,000)

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4129

FINE CARVED WALNUT HANGING RAILROAD PRESENTATION REGULATOR CLOCK. Circa 1880. Philadelphia. “Made for /E.B. Edward/President/Ridge Avenue Railway Co./April 1880.” and so engraved in script on the reverse of the dial. The Aesthetic Movement carved walnut rectangular case with triple crest above a carved and burl trimmed frieze, above the conforming case fitted with a single glass panel door flanked by engaged columns, on a molded plinth over twin pediments or corbels. There is a silvered medallion inset at the bottom of the case inscribed: “EMIL WERNER/MAKER/PHILADELPHIA”. The large 17″ brass dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring and sweep seconds subsidiary dial centering a brass plaque inscribed “William E. Harpur/Philadelphia”. The original unmarked (possibly Seth Thomas) time only eight-day movement is driven by a single weight. Fitted with a brass and nickel plated six-tube pendulum and custom beat scale. Door key, winder, weight & pendulum present. NOTE: The Ridge Avenue Railway operated as a horse drawn passenger rail service during the second half of the 19th Century in Philadelphia, PA. William E. Harpur was a retailer of clocks and scientific instruments located at 428 Chestnut St in Philadelphia. In 1872, he installed a Seth Thomas tower clock into his building. In 1882 he reset the Philadelphia principal clock to Standard Time also known as railway time. SIZE: 8′ h x 31″ w x 13″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Very fine overall. Movement appears correct and without alterations. 9-21098 (4,000-6,000)

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4130

SETH THOMAS “FASHION” #6 CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Double dial calendar clock with walnut case. The upper dial with sub seconds bezel within the time dial. Case retains original labels, the spring 8-day movement with strike. Original pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 16″ w x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Original black roller dials. Finials with some original elements, finish on case rubbed down and oiled. 9-21149 (2,500-3,000)

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4131

SETH THOMAS “FASHION #5” CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. With walnut case. The movement striking on gong. The upper dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring and small seconds dial. The lower dial with calendar, day, date and month. The glass door with gilt lettering “FASHION”. Raised on a molded plinth. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 16″ w x 6-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Tastefully repainted dials, the calendar rolls have been replaced, paper on calendar rolls replaced, original gong, original engraved pendulum with interior cardstock label. Original label inside. Case professionally restored. Finials old & original. Back is original. Interior door with slight restoration. Very good. 9-21148 (2,000-2,500)

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4132

RARE MACOMB CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case fitted with a double dial, the upper with Roman Numeral chapter ring, the lower paper dial with moon phase and marked “MANUFACTURED BY MACOMB CALENDAR CLOCK CO. MACOMB, ILL” above an aligned day, date & month apertures, on a molded plinth. Very nice pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 30-3/4″ h x 14″ w x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Refurbished case, all with replacement paper dials, and replaced hands. Retains original cleaned surfaces. Professionally restored. 9-21106 (4,000-4,500)

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4133

ITHACA NO. 4-1/2 “FAVORITE” DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The double dial example, marked “FAVORITE CALENDAR CLOCK CO.”, additionally “L. B. & McG.” for Lynch Brothers. The original glass retaining gold stenciled “FAVORITE”. Original pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 31″ h x 14″ w x 6″ d. CONDITION: Slight restoration to woodwork, and some re-blacking and re-gilding. Overall, clock in “collection ready” condition. Back has been altered for easy access. 9-21123 (1,800-2,200)

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4134

SETH THOMAS OFFICE CALENDAR #5. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The carved walnut case with double dial perpetual calendar, the cresting with trefoil elements, the case with free-standing columns centering a door with two molded apertures and having burl insets. Upper dial marked “Seth Thomas” and with subsidiary seconds dial above a calendar dial with month, day, and date. Eight-day, single weight driven movement. The case pediment mounted with an oval glass observation window for pendulum. Pendulum, weight & door key present. SIZE: 50″ l x 24″ w x 8″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Overall good, original condition with slight wear. 9-21028 (6,000-8,000)

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4135

SETH THOMAS HANGING GALLERY CLOCK. First quarter of the 20th Century. The 30″ diameter round oak case with hinged door opening to a 24″ dial, 30-day double spring movement marked “ST” and the model number “86A1”. Having a grand deadbeat escapement. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 30″ dia. x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: This clock was removed from a railroad station in Cincinnati, Oh. CONDITION: Nicely refinished case, the hands rubbed down to the brass and the dial repainted, probably by The Dial House. Pendulum rod is present and within clock, pendulum rod missing a section of lower tip. Otherwise an excellent clock. 9-21132 (2,700-3,000)

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4136

VIENNA REGULATOR WALL CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The German walnut case with engaged turned half columns, spool cresting with leaf tips & finials. Fitted with an enamel dial, time & strike apertures and Roman Numeral chapter ring. Embossed pendulum and beat scale, an eight-day time & strike spring movement. Brass movement with flying eagle emblem and serial number 601078. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 37″ h x 16-1/2″ w x 7-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Veneer chip, missing lower finial and other minor case distresses. Otherwise very good. 9-21030 (300-500)

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4137

SETH THOMAS #1 REGULATOR CLOCK. First quarter of the 20th Century. The mahogany case of typical form. The painted dial marked “Seth Thomas”. The trapezoidal mechanism has the “ST” trademark, seconds dial. Pendulum & weight present, no key. SIZE: 36-1/2″ h x 15-1/2″ w x 5-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Refurbished case, some veneer damage, pediment finials restored. 9-21142 (1,200-1,600)

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4138

SETH THOMAS “FASHION #4” CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. Pendulum present, no key. The walnut case fitted with black and gold double dials. The upper with time & strike apertures and small seconds dial. The lower dial with calendar chapter ring, day, date and month. Marked “SOUTHERN CALENDAR CLOCK CO. ST. LOUIS MO.”. Case retains original paper label on interior. The whole on a molded plinth. SIZE: 32″ h x 16″ w x 5-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Dials have been repainted black instead of white, bell has been replaced, rollers have been replaced from white to black. Case has been tastefully refinished. Original “Fashion” tablet. Case has been nicely restored. 9-21146 (2,000-2,400)

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4139

E.N. WELCH “TYCOON” SHELF CLOCK. Circa 1880. Eight day Victorian walnut parlor clock. Having original paperweight style pendulum and painted dial. Original label on back. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 23″ h x 14-1/2″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been brought down to the wood and with replaced tablet. 9-21043 (275-375)

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4140

RARE ITHACA “FASHION” MODEL CLOCK. Circa 1880. Walnut case. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 16-3/4″ w x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Original black with gold numeral dials, with wear and having a tear in lower dial. Probably a restored glass. Case is nicely refinished with proper restoration. Overall good. 9-21157 (2,500-3,000)

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4141

SETH THOMAS PARLOR CALENDAR #5. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case with figure-eight molded door on a stepped plinth. Framing a double dial perpetual calendar clock movement. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 20″ h x 12-1/2″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Brought down to original wood, nice original case, original dials with paint wear. Very good overall. 9-21078 (500-700)

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4142

SETH THOMAS OFFICE REGULATOR #11. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The large rectangular oak case, with crest, floral berry spray, the case with free-standing columns on burled paneled bases centering a rectangular door opening to a painted dial with Roman Numeral chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial all within a pierced leaf carved mounting plate. Eight day, weight driven regulator movement with original pendulum. The brass bob nicely engraved. Pendulum, weight & key present. SIZE: 69″ l x 26-1/2″ w x 8″ d. CONDITION: Overall good, original condition with slight veneer damage. Very nice clock overall. 9-21102 (8,000-9,000)

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4143

WATERBURY CLOCK CO. REGULATOR #7. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut cased jeweler’s regulator with weight driven, time-only, eight-day movement with deadbeat escapement. Porcelain dial with sweep seconds hand. Case retains original metal Waterbury label. The frieze with scrolling vinery. Key winder, weight & pendulum present. SIZE: 81″ h x 25-1/2″ w x 10-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Nicely restored, no issues. 9-21101 (7,000-8,000)

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4144

ITHACA SHELF STEEPLE DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The Gothic style walnut case fitted with a double dial separated with pierced mounting board on a molded plinth. Alarm mechanism. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 25-1/2″ h x 12″ w x 5-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Case has been refinished, red background has been replaced, mounting board with damages, top finial replaced. Original dial shows wear. 9-21119 (1,200-1,500)

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4145

ANSONIA “PARISIAN” MODEL MANTEL CLOCK. Circa 1900. The walnut case fitted with an eight-day time and strike movement with alarm. The cresting with Jenny Lind head. Sides with S-scroll pediments on a molded plinth. This clock is sold with a later conforming walnut shelf. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 23-1/2″ h x 13″ w x 4-1/2″ d. SHELF: 7″ h x 16″ w x 5-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Nicely restored condition. 9-21023 (200-300)

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4146

FASHION CLOCK MADE BY THE NEW HAVEN CLOCK COMPANY FOR THE NATIONAL CALENDAR CLOCK CO. Third quarter of the 19th Century. Domed walnut case with simple black and gold double dials. Each marked “MANUFACTURED FOR NATIONAL CALENDAR CLOCK CO.”. Also known as Indian Territories Model. Raised on a molded plinth. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 32″ h x 16-1/2″ w x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Both dials have been revitalized, finials have been replaced and probably the glass is a replacement. Original finish on case, rubbed down. Overall very good. 9-21156 (1,000-1,500)

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4147

SETH THOMAS PARLOR CALENDAR CLOCK #4. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case fitted with double dials, the lower calendar dial marked “MADE BY SETH THOMAS CLOCK CO.”. Interior of the door retains original label. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 24″ h x 15-1/2″ w x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Refinished veneered case with slight veneer loss. New paper dials. 9-21089 (800-1,000)

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4148

WELCH “NILSSON” MODEL PARLOR CLOCK. Circa 1875. The walnut case with balustrade gallery fitted with an eight-day Patti spring powered movement with strike-on-bell having a Sandwich glass insert pendulum. All on a stepped molded plinth. Retains original label on backboard of case. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 22″ h x 14-1/2″ w x 6-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: A nice clock overall with original painted dial. 9-21062 (1,200-1,600)

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4149

WATERBURY #44 DOUBLE DIAL CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut case with incised decoration. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 23-1/2″ h x 14-1/2″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case has been brought down to natural wood and oiled. Original dials, day and month papers appear to be newer, both dials with slight flaking. 9-21084 (400-600)

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4150

RARE SETH THOMAS “PARLOR” #7 CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. Walnut case with domed cornice. Door opening to a double dial. The upper with Roman Numeral chapter ring above a lower dial perpetual calendar, day, date and month. Eight day spring movement with strike. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 29-1/4″ h x 14″ w x 6″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Original dials in need of restoration, bottom dial with name of past owner, dials show wear with paint loss. Original paper direction labels. A nice rare original clock ready for restoration. 9-21080 (1,200-1,800)

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4151

ITHACA #10 FARMER’S CALENDAR CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Eight day spring driven movement with alarm fitted in a walnut case. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 25-1/2″ h x 12″ w x 5″ d. CONDITION: Case refurbished, dials, day, and month rollers have been replaced. 9-21120 (450-550)

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4152

SETH THOMAS “SANTA FE” WALNUT SHELF CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. The walnut Black Forest style carved case fitted with an eight-day spring movement with strike and alarm disc. Original pendulum & key present. SIZE: 22″ h x 13″ w x 4-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Original painted dial marked “ST”, also someone has printed “Bong & Time” above apertures. Overall a nice original clock. 9-21093 (300-500)

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4153

E.N. WELCH WALNUT SHELF CLOCK. Last quarter of the 19th Century. Very nice parlor walnut shelf clock with thermometer and level. Pendulum & key present. SIZE: 24″ h x 15-1/4″ w x 4-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Case refinished, restored. 9-21044 (175-275)

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4154

RARE SETH THOMAS REGINA STYLE #3 MUSICAL HALL TALL CASE CLOCK. First quarter of the 20th Century. Rahway, N.J. The classical revival mahogany case with spiral twist columns mounted with a Seth Thomas eight-day time & strike, two-weight movement, connected to a 15-1/2″ disc Regina double comb music box mechanism, spring wound with manual or automatic play. The brass dial with Arabic chapter ring. The clock mechanism starts the music box upon striking the hour. The Regina may also be played independently of the clock movement. NOTE: A nearly identical musical clock is found illustrated on page 211 of Bower’s Encyclopedia of Automatic Musical Instruments. SIZE: 8’6″ h x 25″ w x 15″ d. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Music box mechanism in very nice, original condition. Operates properly, should be cleaned and oiled. Dampers need regulating but in excellent tone despite the dampers. 9-21072 (15,000-20,000)

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4155

REGINA ORCHESTRAL CORONA STYLE 34. 27″ disc changer music box with double comb mechanism and is coin operated. Changer holds 12 discs and will change automatically or you can use a knob on the side for selecting. Operated by two large springs wound by crank on outside. Mahogany case with double doors in front with copper oxide filigree work in corners of arched glass. Flanked by two turned columns with Roman tops. Bottom panel has large glass with “Regina Corona” etched in it. Top has spindle gallery with finials. All in nice, original condition. Back has full-sized piano sounding board to maximize volume and tone. Inside upper portion has large lithograph with musical motif. 12 discs included, crank and key are present. SIZE: 38″ w x 75″ h x 24-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Case has been nicely refinished. Mechanism is professionally restored and sounds terrific. 9-21181 (12,000-16,000)

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4156

REGINA SUBLIMA CORONA STYLE 31. 20-3/4″ Regina automatic changer playing 12 discs. Two-spring mechanism winds from the side where there is also a selector knob to select the disc you want to hear and a start and repeat lever. Mahogany case with egg and dart molding around the base and top and framing the upper and lower panels. Upper panel has turned and carved columns with brass filigree work in the corners framing an arched window with view of the mechanism. Bottom panel has etched glass reading “Regina Corona” with fancy corners etched into it. Massive molding around the base and top with spindle and carved gallery and two finials. Eight discs included. SIZE: 34″ w x 67″ h x 24″ d. CONDITION: Case is in very nice original condition with original finish. Careful cleaning and polishing will make it look new again. Finials are replacements and do not have the carvings they should have but are the proper shape. Mechanism is unrestored. Strap for changer is broken, therefore is difficult to make it operate. Combs are in excellent condition, dampers need regulating. Lithograph in upper back not in very good condition but complete. Crank is original but has been repaired by welding. 9-21182 (8,000-12,000)

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4157

CLASSICAL REVIVAL CARVED MAHOGANY BOOKCASE. Late 19th century. The rectangular cabinet with gadrooned edge above a breakfront frieze carved with north wind masks and scrolling vinery over three hinged glass paneled doors alternating with spiral twist pilasters. Interior fitted with adjustable mahogany shelves. Conforming base with gadrooned carved apron. Raised on short cabriole legs, acanthus carved, raised on ball and claw feet. SIZE: 67″ h x 74″ w x 17-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Overall very good with old polished surfaces. 9-21175 (800-1,200)

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4158

AMERICAN VICTORIAN CHERRY S-ROLLTOP DESK. This fine example with raised panels all around; the upper section fitted with an interior of 21 cubby holes and 4 stationary drawers, above a red baize writing surface. The side panels hinged to swing open. The base fitted with two banks of short drawers centering a kneehole opening. SIZE: 51″ h x 54″ w x 33″ d. CONDITION: Professionally restored and refinished with a “mahoganized” finish. Very good overall. 9-21176 (700-900)

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4159

BRASS ADJUSTABLE DOUBLE STUDENT LAMP. The brass standard having an adjustable knob, two brass fonts supporting shade rings and duplex double burner. The fluid reservoir present. Accompanied by two green and white case glass shades with twelve raised wide ribs. Not electrified. Two clear glass chimneys accompany lamp. SIZE: 31″ h to top of chimney x 25″ w. Shade dia. at rim is 9-7/8″. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21232 (500-600)

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4160

VICTORIAN BLACK FOREST STICK BAROMETER RETAILED BY OELSCHLAEGER BROTHERS, NEW YORK. Third quarter 19th century. The barometric tube mounted within a carved walnut case fashioned in the form of a stylized tree trunk. The milk glass barometric scale at the top of the barometer inscribed “BAROMETER./Oelschlaeger Bros./No 169 William Street/New York”. The center of the tree trunk mounted with a glass tubed thermometer attached to a milk glass gauge. SIZE: 45-1/2″ l. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: The case structurally very good with original surfaces. Original glass tube remains intact. Overall very good. 9-21227 (700-900)

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4161

CASED GAS SCALE. Late 19th Century scale used to measure the weight of gases. Brass plaque on the interior of the case inscribed “Luxsche Gasmage/No. 209/Friedrich Lusc/Ludwigshafen AM Rhein”. SIZE: 15-1/2″ x 25-1/2″ x 10-1/2″. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: The scale with case is offered with a group of accessories and parts but we cannot attest to its completeness. 9-21233 (500-700)

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4162

TROPHY SIZE BULL MOOSE MOUNTED RACK. Mounted on an oak plaque. The symmetrical moose antlers spanning 55″. Each antler with 7-point and 3 brow tines. CONDITION: Very good, small damage to one tip. 9-21180 (300-500)

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4163

FOUR BLACK FOREST STYLE VICTORIAN WALNUT SHELVES. Second half 19th century. First example; a corner shelf, with scrolled sides and shaped shelf centering the carved bust of a deer, the whole with incised gilt decorated accents and ebonized elements. The three smaller examples; each with shaped back, mounted with a deer’s head, wolf’s head, and hound’s head, all with shaped shelves and pendant finials. SIZE: Largest: 18-3/4″ h. Smallest: 11″ h. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: All with early, if not original surfaces. No structural damages or repairs noted. 9-21230 (700-900)

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4164

GROUP OF SEVEN AMERICAN VICTORIAN DISPLAY SHELVES. Last quarter 19th century. Each hanging unit comprised of a single shelf with brackets. Three with incised carving. The others with leaf and floral carving. SIZE: Largest: 35″ l. Smallest: 14″ l. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: All very good structurally with cleaned surfaces. 9-21231 (500-600)

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4165

VICTORIAN WALNUT MARBLE TOP CENTER TABLE. Third quarter 19th century. White marble top with beveled edges, of “turtle back” form above conforming frieze carved with sprays of roses, the corners with pendant finials on four turned supports centering an urn finial raised on molded scrolling legs. SIZE: 29″ h x 30″ l x 23-1/2″ w. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Table has been refinished. Structurally very good. 9-21229 (400-600)

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4166

RED SATIN GLASS BANQUET LAMP. The base having a molded satin glass decorated with C-scrolls. Removable brass font and collar. Red satin glass ball shade with similar C-scroll decoration having the addition of white painted flower sprays. Non-electrified and containing a royal wick. Accompanied by a clear glass chimney. SIZE: 27″ h including chimney. CONDITION: Generally very good with some minor roughness to bottom ball shade rim. 9-21174 (300-500)

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4167

ADJUSTABLE BRASS PIANO LAMP. The floor standing lamp supported by three ostrich feet at the end of three shaped legs terminating in lion heads with rings and draped chains. The reeded center shaft of adjustable form having a decorative spiral snake decoration. The top having a brass reticulated font cover supporting a milk glass ball shade decorated with a stag deer in landscape with colorful sky. Clear glass chimney accompanies lamp. SIZE: 81″ h extended to top of chimney; 64″ h at shortest. CONDITION: Very good, electrified, needs rewiring. 9-21179 (300-400)

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4168

VICTORIAN WALNUT MARBLE TOP WASH STAND. Third quarter 19th century. The original white marble top with shaped splash guard and candle shelves, all with molded edges, on the conforming case with round corners. The single top drawer above a pair of cupboard doors, all fitted with burled panels on a molded plinth. SIZE: 41″ h overall x 31-1/2″ w x 16-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good overall. Cabinet repolished and retaining original teardrop pulls. 9-21193 (300-500)

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4169

VICTORIAN WALNUT MARBLE TOP WASH STAND. Third quarter 19th century. The shaped white marble backsplash with candle shelves joined to rectangular marble top, all with beveled edges on a round corner conforming case fitted with a single drawer above a pair of cabinet doors, all with raised burled panels on a molded base. SIZE: 38″ h x 30″ w x 16-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good overall. Retaining old surfaces with good patina. 9-21194 (300-500)

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4170

FIVE PIECE FLOW BLUE CHAMBER SET. The set in the “Primula” pattern by Grimwades Stoke On Trent. Set consisting of a 17-1/2″ dia. (including handles) two-handled wash bowl; 12″ pitcher; 9″ dia. chamber pot; 5-1/2″ toothbrush holder; 6″ dia. four-piece soap dish. The white ground decorated with sprays of blue flowers having some gold trim remaining. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Bowl has L-shape crack at side, inside stain to toothbrush holder, chamberpot with two hairline cracks. 9-21195 (200-300)

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4171

SIX-PIECE CHAMBER SET. The set in the “Primula” pattern by W. H. Grindley Co., England. Set having yellow & pink flowers against a molded white background with gold trim. Set consisting of 17″ dia. wash bowl; 13″ h pitcher; 7″ h pitcher; 5-1/4″ h toothbrush holder; 3-3/4″ h mug; 4-1/2″ dia. two-part soap dish. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Pieces have glaze crazing to bowl & mug, two small chips to washbowl rim, small chip to toothbrush rim, otherwise very good. 9-21198 (150-200)

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4172

CLASSICAL REVIVAL MARBLE PEDESTAL. Mid 20th century. White marble column with gray graining in multiple sections. Square top rotates above a grooved spiral twist column continuing to an urn form base on circular stepped plinth above octagonal socle. SIZE: 43″ h, top 12″ square. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-21187 (300-500)

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4173

NEOCLASSICAL ROSE MARBLE PEDESTAL. 20th century. The octagonal top joined to a Corinthian column base. The capital and base cast metal mounted. The rose marble with gray graining. SIZE: 47″ h x 13″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21188 (400-600)

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4174

AFTER FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (American, 1861 – 1909) BRONCO BUSTER. Modern recast bronze mounted on a green marble shaped base with brass plaque. The bronze shows a cowboy holding a whip atop a rearing horse. Signed in bronze and numbered “44/100”. SIZE: 24″ total h; 23″ h bronze. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21184 (300-500)

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4175

AFTER JAMES EARL FRASER (American, 1876-1953) END OF THE TRAIL. Modern recast bronze mounted to a rectangular marble base. Signed in bronze and dated “1918”. The bronze shows an Indian brave with spear slouched over atop his weather-beaten horse. SIZE: 24-1/2″ total h; 23″ h bronze. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21185 (300-500)

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4176

AFTER FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (American, 1861 – 1909) MOUNTAIN MAN. Modern recast bronze showing a man atop a horse descending a steep incline. The bronze is mounted to a shaped green marble base with brass name plaque. Numbered “16/100”. SIZE: 28-1/2″ total h; 27″ h bronze. CONDITION: Uneven patina, otherwise very good. 9-21183 (300-500)

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4177

ROCOCO CARVED WALNUT MARBLE TOP ÉTAGÈRE. Third quarter 19th century. This fine American example surmounted by pierce carved crest of scrolling vinery centering a female mask within a carved crest above a conforming molded cornice supported by pierced scrolling brackets. The central tombstone mirror within a molded surround flanked by three pair of shaped shelves all with pierced supports and shaped mirror backs. Base fitted with a D-form white marble shelf and molded edges above the conforming base fitted with a central drawer, the whole raised on spool turned feet. SIZE: 8′ 6″ h x 48″ w x 15-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very fine overall with professionally polished surfaces and with original white marble shelf. 9-21191 (2,000-3,000)

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4178

EASTLAKE VICTORIAN WALNUT SLANT-FRONT DESK. Last quarter 19th century. In three parts, the uppermost shelf unit with incised decoration and carved vinery, mounted to the middle section fitted with a hinged lid opening to an interior fitted with cubby holes and central drawer, the writing surface baize-lined, stepped back and fitted to the lower section with a long drawer above a bank of two short drawers and single door on a molded base raised on casters. SIZE: 66″ h x 30″ w x 16″ d. CONDITION: Very good overall, professionally repolished and restored. 9-21177 (400-600)

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4179

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CARVED WALNUT PIER MIRROR WITH MARBLE SHELF. Last quarter 19th century, American. The rectangular mirror plate within a molded gilt surround flanked by engaged burled columnar pilasters surmounted by a molded and incise carved frieze, the carved crest in the form of a chalet roof. The white marble shelf beneath the mirror plate above a leaf carved frieze with pendant finials. The four paneled base carved with clusters of cattails and reeds. SIZE: 90-1/2″ h x 24″ w x 8-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Wood has been excessively cleaned, gold gilding in need of reapplication. 9-21192 (300-500)

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4180

CARVED WALNUT RECAMIER. 3rd quarter 19th century. The rectangular upholstered seat joined to a single rolled arm. The three quarter back with over upholstered rail raised on six baluster turned supports, the whole raised on ring turned legs terminating in casters. Covered in a classical ivory silk brocade. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h x 68″ l x 24″ d. CONDITION: Very good with old if not original wood surfaces. 9-21186 (300-500)

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4181

MID-VICTORIAN CARVED WALNUT MARBLE TOP COMMODE. Third quarter 19th century. The 3/4 white marble splash guard with molded edges joined to the rectangular marble top above a conforming cabinet fitted with a single drawer over a pair of cupboard doors. The case sides with molded panels on a molded plinth. SIZE: 40″ h overall x 32″ w x 17″ d. CONDITION: Commode has been professionally stripped and repolished. Marble top original. Proper left door with cracks. Remnants of old paint remain. 9-21197 (300-500)

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4182

VICTORIAN STYLE BANQUET LAMP. The lamp having a silver colored base with brass font which supports a milk glass ball shade decorated with blue drapery supporting red flower vines. Clear glass chimney included. SIZE: 29″ h to top of chimney. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Modern electrification, some minor dents to font, otherwise good. 9-21228 (200-300)

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4183

AMERICAN WALNUT CHURCH PEW. First quarter 20th century. The rectangular back joined to conforming seat raised on shaped sides with molded edges, each end carved with a Celtic cloverleaf cross. SIZE: 36″ h x 55″ w x 24″ d overall. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Very good. Professionally repolished. 9-21226 (300-500)

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4184

CHIPPENDALE STYLE CHERRY CORNER CUPBOARD. Late 20th century. The one piece cabinet with four cabinet doors, each with raised panels opening to an interior fitted with two serpentine shelves above and a single shelf below. Cabinet also fitted with central short drawer. The whole on bracket feet centering a shaped apron. SIZE: 76″ h x 37″ w x 24″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21199 (400-600)

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4185

CARVED AND POLYCHROME PAINTED TOBACCONIST FIGURE OF NATIVE AMERICAN CHIEF. Late 20th century. Carved in pine from the solid, depicting the figure in full feathered headdress looking to the horizon while holding bundle of cigars in his left hand, posed on a rock work plinth. SIZE: 74″ h. CONDITION: Very good overall with original painted surfaces. Vertical shrinkage crack on back of tunic. 9-21178 (800-1,200)

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4186

CARTWRIGHT HOME SAFE. First quarter 20th century. Small example in black enamel with maroon cartouches. Interior of door retains original decal of maker, “JACOB CARTWRIGHT & SON, WEST BROMWICH, ENGLAND”. Exterior of door mounted with brass name plaque of maker. In addition, small shield shaped plaque engraved “IMPROVED INVIOLABLE LOCK”. Name plate slides to reveal key hole. Main door currently unlocked. Interior fitted with removable wood shelves above a steel valuables drawer. SIZE: 26″ h x 18″ w x 18″ d overall. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Painted outlines with modern restoration, no key. 9-21196 (300-500)

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4187

*COLT AR-15 SPORTER MATCH H-BAR. SN MH079105. Cal. 223. 21-1/4″ heavy round bbl with flash suppressor, standard adjustable front sight, round hand guard, standard AR receiver with carry handle, adjustable rear sight and forward assist. Magwell on left side is marked with rampant Colt insignia followed by “Colt/Sporter/Match HBAR/Cal. .223/Serial Number”. Other standard factory markings. Mounted with 11-1/2″ ribbed, round forend, synthetic, checkered finger grip finger groove pistol grip and standard synthetic stock. Gun is accompanied with two factory magazines, owner’s manual, black web sling and cleaning brushes. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, gun appears new and test fired only, with accessories in original, factory packaging. Mechanics are crisp with bright, shiny, new bore. 9-21211 (1,000-2,000)

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4188

*COLT BRIGHT STAINLESS SERIES 80 GOVT. MODEL. SN SG03264E. Cal. .38 Super. 5″ bbl marked “Colt Super 38 Auto” over chamber. Bright polished stainless steel slide, standard sights with white dots. Left side is marked “Colt MKIV/Series 80” followed by rampant Colt logo. Right side “Colt Government Model”. Bright stainless steel frame with extended beaver tail safety, skeletonized hammer, two-piece finger groove front, uncheckered wooden grips with silver Colt emblem. Accompanied with three factory magazines, all with standard Colt markings on bottom. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, appears test fired only. Gun retains all of its bright stainless finish with a couple of minor handling marks. Mechanics are crisp with a bright shiny bore. Accompanied with its factory blue plastic hard case and owners’ manual, factory label identifying gun with red overstamp “USED”. 9-21222 (700-1,000)

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4189

*COLT ALL AMERICAN MODEL 2000 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. SN PF04556. Cal. 9mm. 4-1/2″ bbl. Standard front and rear sight with white dots. Slide has raised serrated 1/2″ rib across top. Left side is marked “Colt All American/Model 2000” followed by rampant Colt logo. Right side is marked “Double Action/9mm”. Polymer frame is marked on left side “Colt’s Pt. Fa., Mfg. Co./Hartford, CT., U.S.A./Pats. Pend.”. Checkered front and rear straps with hard rubber checkered grips with silver Colt insignia. Accompanied with two original magazines. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: As new and appears test fired only. Gun retains virtually all its original factory finish with just a couple minor handling marks. Mechanics are crisp with bright, shiny new bore. Accompanied with is original factory blue hard case and owners’ manual. 9-21224 (400-700)

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4190

*COLT 3RD MODEL WOODSMAN MATCH TARGET. SN 234250-5. Cal. 22LR. 4-1/2″ heavy target bbl. Front ramp with pinned blade front sight, left side is marked “Colt’s Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co. Hartford CT. U.S.A.”. Left side at chamber has rampant Colt insignia over “MATCH TARGET”. Slide has Elliason adjustable rear sight, left side is marked “Colt Automatic/Cal. 22 Long Rifle”. Factory checkered wooden target grips with thumb rest. Bottom of frame magazine release and accompanied with two factory magazines. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, gun retains virtually all of its original finish with some minor flaking to finish on some of the sharp edges of grips. Accompanied with a Browning marked pistol case. Mechanics are crisp with a bright shiny bore. 9-21223 (500-700)

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4191

*1920 DWM COMMERCIAL LUGER. SN 3466. Cal. 7.65mm. 3-3/4″ bbl. Standard ramp with dovetail front sight; V-notch rear sight. DWM is stamped on center part of toggle, matching serial numbers on bottom of bbl and front of frame with “Germany” stamped below frame number. Takedown lever, side plate, and rear of toggle all have matching “66” number. Left side of receiver, below proof mark, is hand stamped with additional number “W6362”. Rear left side safety is marked “Gesichert”. Checkered wooden grips, single wooden bottom magazine stamped “Germany”. Rear of grip frame has stock lug. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl, receiver and frame retain strong original blue with some minor wear on sharp edges. Takedown lever, trigger and safety lever retain a strong straw color. Grips are excellent with sharp checkering and only a few minor flattened points. Mechanics are crisp with a bright, shiny bore as gun appears to have seen little use. 9-21219 (500-900)

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4192

*WALTHER PPK SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. SN 321129P. Cal. 32 ACP. 3-3/4″ bbl. Outer slide has top rib with standard fixed sights, center right side has eagle over N proof with matching proof over chamber of bbl. Only other markings on gun are matching serial numbers on forward right side of slide and right side of frame behind trigger. Walther marked black checkered hard rubber grips. SIZE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Fine, gun retains a factory quality restored blue finish with some minor wear on muzzle and sharp edges of slide and trigger bow on frame. Mechanics are crisp with a nice, bright bore. 9-21217 (300-500)

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4193

*BROWNING MODEL 1922 SEMI-AUTO. SN 646604. Cal. 380. 3-1/2″ bbl. Top of slide has grooved channel with fixed sights, left side of slide is marked “Browning Arms Company St. Louis MO. & Montreal P.Q./Made in Belgium”. Frame has grip safety and Browning marked checkered black hard rubber grips. Single factory magazine and accompanied with Browning marked pouch. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine as gun appears test fired only. Retains virtually all of its original factory finish. Mechanics are crisp with a bright, shiny bore. 9-21216 (300-500)

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4194

*SMITH & WESSON SIGMA SW9F SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. SN PAD2385. Cal. 9mm. 4-1/2″ bbl marked “9mm” over chamber. Standard slide with standard front sight and Novak style rear sight with white dots. Slide is marked on left side “Smith & Wesson/Springfield, MA USA”. Further back “Model SW9F”. Right side “Caution: Capable of firing with/magazine removed”. Polymer frame and grip with checkered front and back straps and “S&W” insignia on each side. Single 17-rd stainless steel magazine with Polymer bottom. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine as gun appears to have been test fired only. Slide retains virtually all of its original matte blue finish with a couple of minor faint scratches. Polymer frame appears new. Mechanics are crisp with bright shiny bore and gun is accompanied with its factory blue plastic hard case and owners’ manual. 9-21220 (300-500)

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4195

*REMINGTON 3RD MODEL TWO-SHOT DERRINGER. SN 306. Cal. 41 RF. 3″ bbls, pinched front sight and U-notched rear. Top rib is marked “Remington Arms Co. Ilion, N.Y.”. Standard frame with two-piece checkered hard rubber grips. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Fine, as restored. Bbls retain nearly all of the fine high luster restored blue finish. Frame has a purple toned restored finish. Screws, hammer, trigger and takedown lever have matching high luster blue to bbls. Left side of hinge has minor crack at screw head. Mechanics are crisp, bores are fair with shallow scattered pitting. 9-21218 (150-350)

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4196

*ACTION ARMS A-MODEL UZI CARBINE. SN SA32337. Cal. 9mm. 16-1/8″ bbl as well as fake transportation bbl. Standard carbine with collapsible folding stock. Top cover is marked “Alterations to this firearm/are unsafe and illegal./Read manual before operating”. Rear left side of frame is marked “UZI Semi-Auto/Model A/9mm Para/IMI-Israel”. Right side “Action Arms, Ltd./Phila. PA./SA32337”. Gun is accompanied with one 25-rd magazine and original nylon sling. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, appears new and test fired only. Gun retains all of its original factory finish with a few minor handling marks. Housed in its original cardboard box with styrofoam interior. 9-21215 (700-1,200)

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4197

*AUTO ORDINANCE SEMI-AUTO THOMPSON CARBINE. SN 5936. Cal. 45. 18-1/2″ tapered round bbl with muzzle break, tall post front sight, first 7-1/2″ from chamber with finned heat sync. Standard 1927 A1 receiver marked on left side “THOMPSON SEMI-AUTOMATIC CARBINE/CALIBER .45 AUTOMATIC CARTRIDGE”. Top of receiver equipped with adjustable flip up ladder sight and marked in front of it with Thompson’s bullet trademark. Right side marked “AUTO-ORDINANCE CORPORATION/WEST HURLEY, NEW YORK, U.S.A.”. Mounted with straight grain walnut buttstock, finger groove pistol grip and fluted forend. Equipped with fixed sling swivels. Accompanied with one stick magazine and one L 50rd drum. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine as gun appears to have seen very little use. Retaining most of its original factory finish with some minor handling marks and thinning on top of receiver at slot from operating handle. Mechanics are crisp with a nice shiny bore. Both magazines retain most of their factory finish. 9-21209 (1,000-1,500)

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4198

*BELGIUM BROWNING GRADE 3 .22 AUTO. SN 71T59075. Cal. 22 LR. 19-1/2″ round bbl with dovetail gold bead front sight, flip up rear sight. Left side of bbl marked “Browning Arms Company, Morgan, Utah & Montreal, P.Q./Made in Belgium”. Right side “Caliber .22 long rifle /Browning Patents”. The French grey receiver is engraved in standard grade 3 pattern, left side with setter and three pheasant in wooded scene surrounded by bold foliate scroll with shaded background. Right side has setter and three ducks surrounded by bold foliate scroll and shaded background. Top has vignette of portrait of setters head with duck in mouth surrounded by bold foliate scroll. This fine factory engraving is signed center of left side “L. Lambert”. Mounted with nicely figured flame grain walnut, diamond skip line checkered pistol grip, serrated steel buttplate and diamond skip line checkered forend. Accompanied with Browning dark brown takedown luggage case with dark fuzzy interior, owners’ manual and a can of Browning ultra fine gun oil. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine as gun appears to be test fired only. Retains virtually all its factory finish with a few minor handling marks. Mechanics are crisp with bright, shiny bore as gun appears test fired only. 9-21213 (2,000-3,000)

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4199

*BELGIUM BROWNING GRADE II AUTO 22 WITH CASE. SN 7T51217. Cal. 22LR. 19-1/2″ round bbl, dovetail front sight with gold bead, flip up adjustable rear sight. Top of bbl is marked “Browning Arms Compan St. Louis, MO. & Montreal P.Q./Made in Belgium”. Left side marked “22 LONG RIFLE”. Right side “BROWNING PATENT”. The silver receiver is engraved with standard grade II pattern, left side with foliate bouquets and large oval with two prairie dogs. Right side has similar bouquets and oval with two squirrels on branch. Top of receiver has matching bouquets and oval with duck taking flight. Standard gold trigger. Mounted with nicely figured walnut, checkered pistol grip with oval loading port on right side. Standard forend with multi-point checkering. Gun is accompanied with dark brown Browning luggage case with dark brown fuzzy interior. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine as gun appears test fired only and retains virtually all of its original factory finish. Top of receiver shows evidence of dried preservative and wood has a few of the tiniest handling marks. Mechanics are fine with a bright, shiny, new bore. Case is in equally new condition. 9-21214 (1,250-1,750)

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4200

*GERMAN MADE WEATHERBY MARK V DELUXE WITH SWAROVSKI SCOPE. SN P34171. Cal. 300 WBY Mag. 24″ tapered round bbl made without sights. Left side over chamber marked “Weatherby/.300 Magnum”. Right side “Made in Germany”. Standard Mark V receiver, forward left side marked “MARK V/U.S. PATENT NO. 3XXX”. Center marked “Weatherby”. Topped with Leopold style rings & bases, housing Swarovski 1″ 3-10 x 42 scope with duplex. Mounted with dark nicely figured walnut contrasting forend tip and grip cap with white line spacers, skip line checkered panels on forend and pistol grip, Monte Carlo with left side cheek piece, Weatherby brown ventilated recoil pad and sling swivel studs. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine as gun has seen very little use and retains nearly all of its original factory finish with a few minor handling marks. Mechanics are crisp with a bright, shiny bore, scope is clear. 9-21202 (1,000-2,000)

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4201

*WEATHERBY ACCUMARK WITH SWAROVSKI SCOPE. SN SB023132. Cal 30-378 WBY Mag. 26″ tapered fluted stainless steel bbl, made without sights and knurled thread protector at muzzle. Left side at chamber is marked “USE ONLY/30-378 WBY MAG./(WEATHERBY MAG)”. Standard Mark V action, made in the USA, topped with Leopold style matte rings & bases housing Swarovski 3-10 X42 1″ scope with duplex. Mounted in factory H-S precision synthetic stock, uncheckered, Monte Carlo with left side cheek piece, H-S precision solid black recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Accompanied with original box. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, appears factory test fired only. Retaining virtually all original factory finish with a couple minor handling marks. Box is in excellent condition, missing Accubreak. Mechanics are crisp with a bright shiny bore, scope is clear. 9-21203 (1,000-2,000)

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4202

*WEATHERBY MARK V STAINLESS STEEL BOLT ACTION RIFLE. SN SS006534. Cal. 270 WBY Mag. 26″ round tapered stainless steel bbl made without sights. Left side at receiver is marked “Use only/.270 WBY Mag./(Weatherby Mag.)”. Standard Mark V stainless action, left side at chamber is marked “MARK V/US.PATENT NO. 3XXX”. Center left side “WEATHERBY/ATASCADERO CA.” Rear left side “MADE IN U.S.A.”. Top with silver Leopold rings and bases holding Leopold Vari-XII 6-18 AO silver scope. Mounted with black synthetic all weather stock with press checkering on sides of forend and pistol grip, Monte Carlo with left side cheek piece and Weatherby Mark solid black recoil pad. Accompanied with black basket weave leather sling in original box. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Gun appears new and test fired only. Gun retains virtually all of its original factory finish with some minor dark spots near the muzzle. Scope is bright and clear with duplex, sling is equally new as well as box. 9-21205 (750-1,500)

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4203

*COLT SAUER BOLT ACTION RIFLE. SN CR2768. Cal. 25-06. 24″ round tapered bbl made without sights. Top of bbl is marked “Colt’s Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co., Hartford, CT. U.S.A.”. Left side at chamber “Cal. 25-06 REM.”. Standard receiver, center left side marked “COLT SAUER-SPORTING RIFLE” with rampant Colt insignia in front and Sauer insignia behind. Topped with scope mount & rings housing Leopold Vari-X-III 3.5 x10 with duplex. Mounted with fiddleback walnut contrasting forend tip and grip cap with white line spacer, checkered side panel on forend, checkered pistol grip, Monte Carlo with left side cheek piece, Colt Sauer black vented recoil pad. Accompanied with tan basket weave adjustable leather sling. One factory magazine. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, appears test fired only retaining virtually all of its factory original finish with a few minor handling marks. Mechanics are crisp with bright, shiny bore, scope is clear. 9-21204 (1,000-2,000)

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4204

*COLT SAUER BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH ZEISS SCOPE AND BOX. SN CR15140. Cal. 270 Win. 24″ tapered round bbl made without sights. Top of bbl marked “Colt’s PT F.A. Mfg. Co. Hartford, CT. U.S.A.”. Left side over chamber “Cal. 270 Win”. Receiver on center left side is marked “COLT SAUER/SPORTING RIFLE” with rampant Colt emblem in front and Sauer’s emblem behind. Forward right side of receiver “Made in W. Germany/By JP Sauer & Sohn”. Topped with rings and bases housing Zeiss 30mm 3-12 X56 scope with thick duplex. Mounted with streaky walnut contrasting forend tip and grip cap with white line spacers, checkered side panels on forend, checkered pistol grip, Monte Carlo with left side cheek piece and black Colt Sauer vented recoil pad. Accompanied with original wood grained box with proper end label. Gun has a total of three factory magazines. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine as gun appears test fired only. Retains virtually all of its original factory finish with only a couple minor handling marks. Mechanics are crisp with bright shiny bore, scope is clear. 9-21206 (1,000-2,000)

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4205

*BROWNING SAFARI GRADE BOLT ACTION RIFLE. SN 9079Z8. Cal. 243. 22″ stepped & tapered round bbl made without sights. Left side is marked “BROWNING ARMS COMPANY”. Right side “CALIBER .243 ONLY/MADE IN FINLAND”. Right side of bbl over chamber and adjacent right side of receiver have matching serial numbers. About 4″ from receiver bbl is factory drilled & tapped for scope mounts with filler screws. The Sako receiver has round top and is factory drilled & tapped for scope bases with gold filler screws. Mounted with nicely figured walnut, wrap around checkered forend with blank diamond in center, checkered pistol grip, Monte Carlo with left side cheek piece, Browning hard rubber buttplate, sling swivels equipped with adjustable Browning marked leather sling. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retaining most of its original factory finish, a couple light handling marks in blue on bbl. Faint rub marks on top of receiver from scope base, some minor crazing in wood finish with a couple minor handling marks. Mechanics are crisp with a very nice bore. 9-21207 (750-1,550)

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4206

*WINCHESTER PRE-64 MODEL 63 SEMI-AUTO RIFLE. SN 151186. Cal. 22LR. 23″ tapered round bbl, dovetail front sight with silver bead, dovetailed stamped sheet metal rear sight with elevator. Left side at chamber end marked “Winchester/Trademark/Made in U.S.A.-Model 63 .22 Long Rifle/Super Speed and Super-X”. Standard round top receiver mounted with straight grain walnut, uncheckered pistol grip, loading port on right side, checkered steel buttplate, standard forend with nose cap and operating rod. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, gun retains nearly all of its original finish with some minor nicks and scratches in bluing, some tiny handling marks in wood finish. Mechanics are crisp with a bright, shiny bore. 9-21208 (500-700)

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4207

*EARLY MADE IN ITALY WEATHERBY MARK XXII. SN 09950. Cal. 22LR. 24″ round bbl. Serrated ramp front with dovetail gold bead sight, pedestal three-leaf rear sight, one standing, two folding. Left side over chamber marked “CALIBER/22L.R.”. Right side “MADE IN ITALY”. Groove top receiver marked forward left side “MARK XXII/PAT.PEND.” and center “WEATHERBY”. Right side has selector switch for auto (semi-auto) and SS for single shot. Safety is on tang behind receiver. Mounted with lightly figured walnut, skip line checkered panels on forearm, skip line checkered pistol grip, Monte Carlo with left side cheek piece and checkered steel buttplate. Accompanied with two 5-shot and one 10-shot magazine. Also equipped with a Buckheimer adjustable leather sling. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retains nearly all of its original factory finish with just a couple of small handling marks, wood finish shows some typical minor crazing. Mechanics are crisp with a bright shiny bore as gun has seen very little use. 9-21210 (400-700)

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4208

*BELGIUM BROWNING GRADE I 22 AUTO WITH CASE. SN 72T69986. Cal. 22LR. 19-1/2″ round bbl. Dovetailed gold bead front sight, adjustable flip up rear sight. Left side of bbl is marked “Browning Arms Company Morgan, Utah & Montreal P.Q./Made in Belgium”. Right side “Cal .22 LONG RIFLE/BROWNING PATENTS”. The bbl markings are filled with Bonanza gold and has two factory drilled and tapped holes on either side of rear sight for factory scope mount. Blue receiver has standard engraving with zigzag border and open foliate scroll on both sides. Like bbl markings, scroll is filled with Bonanza gold. Mounted with interesting straight grain walnut, checkered pistol grip, oval loading port on right side, standard forend with multi-point checkering. Accompanied with a Browning tan luggage case with fuzzy white interior. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine as gun has seen very little use retaining virtually all of its original factory finish with stock having a couple of small handling marks. Mechanics are crisp with a bright shiny bore. 9-21212 (400-700)

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4209

*BELGIUM MADE BROWNING CHALLENGER TWO-BBL SET. SN 35986U4. Cal. 22 LR. Two interchangeable bbls, one being 4-1/2″, the other 6-3/4″. Tall post front sight and adjustable square notch rear sight. Left side of each bbl at chamber marked “Browning Arms Company”. Right side “Made in Belgium /22 long rifle”. Gold trigger and fully checkered one-piece target grips. Single magazine marked “.22 L.R.” on bottom. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Both bbls, slide, and grip frame retain nearly all of their fine original blue. Trigger retains nearly all of its original gold. Grips are sound with sharp checkering. Original finish with a couple minor handling marks around the bottom edge. Mechanics are crisp with bright shiny bores in both bbls as gun has seen very little use. 9-21221 (400-700)

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4210

SHERIDAN SILVER STREAK AIR RIFLE. SN 798705402. Cal. 5mm (.20Cal). 19-1/2″ bbl with ramp front sight. Topped with Bushnell Trophy red dot scope. Silver Streak is a multiple pump single shot pellet rifle getting its name from its nickel finish. Mounted with two-piece straight grain walnut stock, uncheckered with black serrated hard rubber buttplate. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Extremely fine, retaining virtually all its original factory finish. The red dot scope appears fine but in need of a new battery. Mechanics are crisp as gun appears to have seen little to no use. 9-21201 (50-100)

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4210A

1857 CAVALRY SABRE. The sword marked “Ames Mfg. Co. Chickopee, MA”. Also stamped “US 1857 J.H”. Accompanied by its original metal sheath with double ring. SIZE: Blade: 35-3/4″. Sword overall is 41-1/2″. PROVENANCE: Dr. Charles Bradley, Lubbock, TX. CONDITION: Good, some wear to metal guard, sheath is very good with some loss of finish and some pitting. 9-21225 (500-700)

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4211

EMBOSSED CIRCULAR SHIELD WITH CENTRAL SPIKE. 19th century. Nice patinated example cast with allegorical scenes of satyrs and crabs, military trophy groupings, putti and swans, etc. SIZE: 19-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-22228 (400-600)

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4212

NEOCLASSICAL ALLEGORICAL SHIELD. Late 19th century. Molded metal shield with an allegorical scene of Zeus mounted upon an eagle hurling thunder bolts on a mob of semi-nude warriors in battle within a cartouche supported by a figure of Athena with outstretched arms and within a scrolling border of nudes, warriors, hunters and dragons. SIZE: 29″ h x 21″ w. CONDITION: Structurally good showing appropriate wear to raised surfaces. 9-22227 (400-600)

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4213

FOLK ART MOCK CIVIL WAR WOODEN RIFLE. This primitive example with simulated banding. The hammer fashioned from a window latch with “1859” stamped on the side. SIZE: 57-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Structurally good with losses to strapping and with worn and scuffed surfaces. 9-21804 (150-250)

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4214

BRITISH HALF BASKET SWORD WITH SCABBARD. Third quarter 19th century. The sword has a slightly curved, flat-backed steel blade, engraved with the maker’s name “FIRMIN & SONS/ 153/ STRAND/ & 13/ CONDUIT ST./ LONDON”. The obverse of the blade is engraved at the shoulder with a proof mark, and engraved overall with various arabesques and scrolling leaf tips. The hilt of the sword consists of a gilt solid half-basket guard with raised bars, and a royal arms badge. The pommel is plain, with a prominent tang button and a ribbed back-piece with seven bands of gilt wires. SIZE: Blade: 32″ l.; Overall: 39″ l. PROVENANCE: From a New England Institution. CONDITION: Sword in very good condition. Scabbard with some rusting and corrosion. 9-22009 (100-300)

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4215

*SMITH & WESSON 1917 U.S. REVOLVER. SN 126170. Cal. 45. 5-1/2″ round bbl. Half moon front sight, top of bbl is marked “Smith & Wesson Springfield Mass. U.S.A./Patented Dec. 17. 1901 Feb. 6. 1908. Sep. 14. 1909”. Left side is marked “S. & W. D.A. 45”. Standard Smith & Wesson large frame with fixed sight, with six-shot cylinder, serial numbered to gun. Bottom of grip frame is marked “U.S./Army/Model/1917”. Lanyard ring followed by serial number. Equipped with two-piece after market ivory grips. Accompanied with black police swivel holster marked “Safety Speed/Holster/Montebello Cal.”. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl shows traces of original blue that is mixing & blending with brown and silver patina. Frame shows original blue in protected areas mixing with brown and silver patina. Cylinder shows original blue toning to gray. Trigger shows good, original case colors with hammer a mix of brown and silver patina. The ivory grips are modestly fashioned and fit and have a tea-stained coloration. Mechanics are crisp with usual amount of cylinder end shake, good bore with some moderate frosting. 9-21835 (350-750)

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4216

WM. H. HORSTMAN & SONS 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD. This sword has a 31-3/4″ blade. The fuller to within 9-1/4″ of the tip. The smaller fuller to within 11-1/2″ of the tip. The ricasso reads “W.H. Horstman/& Sons/PHILADELPHIA”. The opposing side of the blade with the impressed Kingshead mark of Gebruder Weyersburg of Solingen with whom Horstman had a lengthy business relationship. The blade back has the “iron proof” mark on the spine. The heavily etched and decorated blade engraved “E PLURIBUS UNUM” amongst scrolling acanthus leaves and military trophies. The opposite side similarly decorated and additionally engraved “U.S.” The blade joined to a cast brass hilt with pierced acanthus leaf designs centering “U.S.” The handle wrapped in silver cord with brass wound thread. The sword is accompanied with a metal scabbard with brass mounts. SIZE: Overall length is 38-1/2″. Blade dimensions as previously noted. CONDITION: Generally good condition with undisturbed patina on scabbard. The hilt with wear and surface blemishes. Silver and brass wrapping intact. Blade with multiple shallow nicks on cutting edge. Blade surfaces now generally a silver-gray. 9-23594 (1,200-1,800)

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4218

COLLECTION OF CIVIL WAR EPAULETS, INSIGNIA AND BRASS BUTTONS. Third quarter 19th century. Belonging to 2nd Lt. Ned Jenness by descent through the family. This small collection includes a pair of epaulets from the 1st Infantry Regiment and made by Horstmann Company. Also included, a patch affixed with crossed brass cannons beneath the silvered numerals “1784”. A brass insignia of crossed swords to which is attached a shield emblem embossed “BSR”. Also included is a collection of 14 large brass uniform buttons and 14 smaller uniform buttons all embossed “BSR” representing “Boston School Regiment Military Academy”. Inscribed on the back of each button is name of manufacturer “John R. Farrel Boston”. Accompanying this lot are three photographs of Mr. Jenness. All presented within the original tole epaulet box. The lid inscribed “E. R. Jenness” SIZE: Box: 5-1/2″ h x 9-1/2″ l x 7″ w. Epaulet: 7-3/4″ l x 5-1/2″ w; Patch: 3″ x 3-1/2″; Brass insignia: 3/4″ h x 3-1/2″ l; Large button: 3/4″ dia; Small button: 1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21839 (300-500)

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4219

PAUL EMILE BOUTIGNY (French 1854-1929) DEATH OF A GENERAL. Large oil on canvas depicting a dead or dying General. Aftermath of battle scene in background. Signed lower right “E. Boutigny”. Housed in a early 20th Century gilt molded frame. SIZE: 28-1/2” w x 23” h. CONDITION: Soiled and with a couple of small scattered imperfections. Overall craquelure. 8-85512 (1,750-2,750)

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4220

KEN HENDRICKSEN (American, 20th/21st Century) CIVIL WAR PORTRAIT OF GENERAL THOMAS JONATHAN “STONEWALL” JACKSON. Unframed oil on canvas half portrait of the General in military uniform with arms crossed at chest. Shown against a graduated gold to dark green background. Signed lower right. SIZE: 30″ X 24″. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-22359 (2,000-4,000)

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4221

KEN HENDRICKSEN (American, 20th/21st Century) CIVIL WAR PORTRAIT OF GENERAL NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST. Unframed oil on canvas half portrait of the General in military uniform with arms crossed at chest. Shown against a graduated gold to dark brown background. Signed lower right. SIZE: 30″ x 24″. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-22358 (2,000-4,000)

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4222

KEN HENDRICKSEN (American, 20th/21st Century) CIVIL WAR PORTRAIT OF GENERAL LEWIS “LO” ARMISTEAD. Unframed oil on canvas half portrait of the General in military uniform with arms crossed holding his hat. Shown against a graduated brown to dark brown background. Signed lower right. SIZE: 30″ x 24″. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-22361 (2,000-4,000)

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4223

KEN HENDRICKSEN (American, 20th/21st Century) CIVIL WAR PORTRAIT OF GENERAL J.E.B STUART. Unframed oil on canvas three-quarter portrait of the General in military uniform holding a sabre at his side. Shown against a graduated blue background. Signed lower right. SIZE: 30″ x 24″. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-22360 (2,000-4,000)

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4224

RARE SHEFFIELD BOWIE KNIFE WITH CARVED IVORY HANDLE FEATURING THE BUST OF A BLACK MAN. This wonderful clipped point Bowie has a 10” blade. The blade features etched mottos on either side. One side is not fully discernable, the other side reads, “ALWAYS READY”. The handle is of carved ivory and at the top is a detailed carving of a black man’s head. The head set with small glass eyes. At one time the entire head was blacked with ink which is now, as a result of use, worn on all the high features, the ink only remains in the protected areas. The cross guard and original metal scabbard both gold-washed, scabbard also features decoration of leaf-like etching. The knife originally came from an old Maine family, an ancestor of which, during the mid 19th century spent much time on business in New Orleans. According to verbal family history, it was at that time that the knife was purchased in New Orleans. The handle on this Sheffield knife is typical of high quality James Roger’s style knives but the carved Afro-American head is believed to be unique for a Roger’s handle. A rare, high-grade Bowie knife. SIZE: (blade) 10”, (overall) 15-1/4”. CONDITION: Blade has an all over gray patina with the original etching much worn. The ivory handle has various tight age cracks. The scabbard retains bright gold wash and has a very old dent at the tip. 9-23194 (12,500-17,500)

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4225

CASED SET OF TWELVE RUSSIAN NEILLE WORK SILVER SPOONS. Set of twelve round-bowl spoons have twisted handles. The reverse of each bowl with Neille Work inlay and a view of an ancient Russian city. Each spoon hallmarked in 84 silver mark. Also marked “1895” and an additional touch mark of a rearing horse. There are also two Russian Cyrillic letters that appear to be “NA??” SIZE: 4-3/4” l. CONDITION: Spoons are in good condition, case worn and broken at hinge. 9-23196 (500-1,000)

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4226

CASED ANTIQUE SHEFFIELD-TYPE TEA SET. This three piece Sheffield-type silver plate tea set consisting of a teapot, open creamer and sugar has molded and etched design. Fitted in its original case. SIZE: (teapot) 5” h x 8” l. CONDITION: Silver plate worn, hinge of case is broken and shows plenty of wear. 9-23428 (200-300)

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4227

MARQUETRY INLAID SORRENTO WRITING BOX. This shaped lap desk having two serpentine lids, both with inlaid marquetry panels. One depicts dancing peasants, the other, a farmer and his wife. The top lid opens to reveal compartments for letters, pens and an inkwell, etc., and marked “SORRENTO”. The lower lid opens to create a velvet-surfaced writing area with well beneath. Each end and reverse of the box, much inlaid and each side with different marquetry imageries. SIZE: 13-1/2”w x 10-1/2” d x 6” h. CONDITION: Shows use and with scattered imperfections. The right side panel missing various pieces of marquetry. 9-23403 (300-500)

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4228

OUTSTANDING RENAISSANCE REVIVAL ASTRAL LAMP. This magnificent 19th century renaissance-revival astral lamp of patina’d metal and cast brass bass. The font with repose bronze band of flowers the stem mounted on both sides with detailed satyrs heads. The ebony base supported by four small turned brass feet. Retains its original cut and etched period shade. Burner adjuster marked crystal light patented April 26, 1870. SIZE: 22″ h. CONDITION: Generally outstanding. 9-23411 (650-950)

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4229

ANTIQUE KAZAK-TYPE PRAYER RUG. This area rug features a red background with repeating geometric design. SIZE: 60” l x 37” w. CONDITION: Low in the center. 9-23427 (750-1,250)

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4230

SMALL MARQUETRY TWO-TIERED STAND. This delicate French two-tiered stand with three inlaid shelves having central marquetry inlaid panels and bronze filigree trim. CONDITION: Stand is loose and some of the marquetry work is missing. 9-23195 (250-350)

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4231

PAIR OF OLD PARIS DECORATED VASES. These lovely Old Paris decorated vases feature relief-molded leaves, flowers and fruits, most highlighted in gilt. The frontice also with hand-painted panels of exquisite detailed polychrome flowers. Circa 1850-1860. SIZE: 14-1/4” h. CONDITION: Each has antique repairs to leaves. 9-23415 (300-600)

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4232
Revised: 8/22/2011

Correction: The description is correct; however, prior to 8/19/11 the photo for this lot was incorrect. This photo now matches the description.

LOT OF THREE PIECES OF EARLY BLUE HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE WITH AMERICAN SCENES. 1) A 6” high pitcher of “Lafayette at Franklin’s tomb”, unmarked but probably by Enoch Wood & Son. 2) A scarce 5-1/4” h gravy boat, “The Landing of Lafayette”, probably by Clews; it depicts the landing of Lafayette at Castle Garden, New York, 1824. 3) A 6-1/2” high pitcher depicting the “Boston State House” with “New York City Hall” and attributed to Joseph Stubbs. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: 1) The underside has a small ancient repaired hole. 2) Structurally fine, strong blue transfer, slightly discolored. 3) Various cracks. 9-23408 (1,250-1,750)

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4233

RARE BLUE HISTORICAL CLEWS STAFFORDSHIRE BOWL AND PITCHER. This rare bowl and pitcher set with image of Rebecca at the well and marked on the bottom of the bowl “CLEWS”. Features all over strong, blue transfer. SIZE: (bowl) 13” dia., (pitcher) 20-1/4” h. CONDITION: Bowl with some imperfections including small crack in the side. Pitcher with small imperfections and paint touch up on base, otherwise generally good. 9-23405 (1,200-1,600)

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4234
Revised: 8/22/2011

Correction: The description is correct; however, prior to 8/19/11 the photo for this lot was incorrect. This photo now matches the description.

HISTORICAL STAFFORDSHIRE COFFEE POT, LAFAYETTE AT FRANKLIN’S TOMB. This tall dome-top coffeepot featuring all over blue transfer of “Lafayette at Franklin’s Tomb”. SIZE: 11-1/2” h. CONDITION: Lid with some hairlines. Pot with restoration to base and spout. 9-23406 (750-950)

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4235
Revised: 8/22/2011

Correction: The description is correct; however, prior to 8/19/11 the photo for this lot was incorrect. This photo now matches the description.

LOT OF THREE HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE TEAPOTS, EACH WITH AMERICAN SCENES. 1) A 7-3/4” h teapot depicting “Lafayette at Franklin’s Tomb” by Enoch Woods. 2) A 8-1/4” h teapot depicting “Commodore MacDonough’s Victory” probably by Enoch Woods. 3) A teapot depicting “The Landing of Lafayette at Castle Garden, New York, 1824”, probably by Clews. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: 1) Finial re-glued, hairline and small glaze chips. 2) Handle broken but present, finial repaired and hairline cracks. 3) Landing of Lafayette, missing handle and missing lid. Pot with a couple of imperfections. 9-23409 (700-900)

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4236

MARBLE & METAL FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK. Black stepped marble base with raised variegated marble panels supports an 11” seated male figure with tablet. He sits next to a round white enamel dial clock with two keyholes. The clock is signed “Gardien & Cheron Paris No. 889”. Key and pendulum present. SIZE: CONDITION: 8-87279 (300-500) SIZE: 16” h x 18-1/2” w x 6” d. CONDITION: Unknown working order. Crest is unattached but present, needs soldering. 8-87279 (300-500)

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4237

ITHACA DOUBLE-DIAL HORTONS PATENT CALENDAR SHELF CLOCK. Circa 1870. Patented 1866, Ithaca Clock Co., Ithaca, New York. The walnut domed case applied with burled panels, the edges molded, the upper dial with Roman numeral chapter ring and time-and-strike apertures, above the secondary dial with 31-day outer ring and apertures for the day of the week and month of the year. The original dial face with the company logo above: “H.B. HORTONS PATENTS./April 18, 1865, and August 28, 1866./ITHACA CALENDAR CLOCK CO./ITHACA, N.Y.”. SIZE: 25″ h. x 11-1/2″ w. x 4-1/2″ d. CONDITION: With original dry finish and surfaces. The clock with original finial. Faces and works missing one top pediment (see photo). Both dials original. Very good. 9-23187 (800-1,200)

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4238

HENRY BIRKS CLASSICAL REVIVAL MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK. Last quarter 19th century. Montreal, Canada. The swan’s neck pediment alternating with brass reeded ball spires above the astragal arched door with beveled glass panel flanked by fluted free standing colonnettes joined to the case with concave molded frieze above an arched door with rectangular beveled glass panel flanked by engaged fluted quarter columns joined to the box base with concave molded corners, and with square molded panel raised on ogee bracket feet. Note: Beneath the base board of case in pencil script “Chs. Di..y/Novembre 9, 1898/Montreal”. The silver dial marked “HENRY BIRKS & CO MONTREAL” above time and strike apertures and with seconds and calendar subsidiary dials within Arabic and Roman numeral chapter rings. The silver dial mounted on a brass plate cast with classical spandrels, the arch mounted with a moon phase dial. This clock is offered with pendulum, weights, winder and door keys. SIZE: 97″ h x 14″ w. (throat) x 12-1/2″ d. CONDITION: The case professionally cleaned and re-polished with good color and patina. Movement appears clean and in working order. Silvered dial tarnished but with original surfaces. Moon phase dial with some paint loss. Finials appear original. Overall very good. 9-22372 (4,000-6,000)

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4239

NEW ENGLAND CLASSICAL REVIVAL CARVED MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK. Late 19th/early 20th century. The brass movement by WM GILBERT CLOCK CO/ WINSTED, CONN. and so marked on back plate. Brass eight-day weight driven on chain time and strike on rods movement. The carved mahogany bonnet with swan’s neck molded crest tipped with floral rosettes alternating with urn finials, the frieze decorated with a ribbon-tied floral swag above the astragal arched door flanked by engaged fluted pilasters with bellflower capitals. The silvered dial within foliate embossed brass spandrels beneath a similarly embossed arch. The case with concave anthemion leaf carved frieze above the rectangular molded door set with a beveled glass panel and flanked by free standing Corinthian columns with foliate carved capitals and bases. The box base carved with floral ribbon tied swags, the whole raised on carved claw feet with molded returns. Each case side carved with a bank of recessed molded panels. SIZE: 8’7″ h x 28″ w x 17″ d. PROVENANCE: From a Cape Elizabeth, Maine home. CONDITION: The brass movement in very nice condition overall. The mahogany case with original surfaces and dark patina. Please note: Losses to bellflower swag at top of beveled glass door and with some minor losses to toes. Otherwise very good. 9-22387 (3,000-6,000)

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4240

ANSONIA TERRY’S PATENT CALENDAR CLOCK. 2nd half 19th century. Ansonia, Connecticut. The round dial with Arabic calendar ring centering a Roman numeral chapter ring above a month of the year aperture all within a half-round molded frame. The rosewood box case with hinged door and eglomise panel with pendulum window. The case interior retains original paper label. With an eight-day spring wound strike and time movement. Clock is offered with pendulum. SIZE: 26″ h x 16″ w x 4-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Case has been re-polished with probable removal of rosewood veneer to round door. The movement appears clean. 9-22384 (700-900)

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4241

SETH THOMAS WALNUT 2 WEIGHT “GARFIELD” SHELF CLOCK. Last quarter 19th century. Walnut case with crenelated crest, movement with white painted dial, time and strike apertures and with Roman numeral chapter ring. Mounted with Cathedral gong marked “PATENTED MAY 9 1882″ with beat scale and with damascene pendulum. Base retains original Seth Thomas paper label. Clock sold with pendulum, winder and pair of brass clad cylinder weights. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h x 15-1/2″ w overall x 6-1/2” d. CONDITION: Case retains old cleaned surfaces. Gong, pendulum and beat scale all appear original. Proper right front foot missing bottom trim. Otherwise very good. 9-23179 (800-1,200)

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4242

GILBERT GALUSHA MARANVILLE CALENDAR CLOCK. Third quarter of the 19th Century. The rosewood case with octagonal top mounted with a tin painted dial with numeral month, day and date dials and apertures. Marked beneath the month aperture “PATENTED BY/GALUSHA MARANVILLE/MARCH 5TH 1861”. The short drop with hinged door centering a round eglomise panel as pendulum viewer. The interior of base retaining original paper label of the Gilbert Manufacturing Co., Winsted, Connecticut. Clock is offered with pendulum and key. SIZE: 23″ h x 15-1/2″ w x 4″ d. CONDITION: Case with original polished surfaces, cleaned. Dial original with craquelure and with areas of paint loss, especially between the numerals 25 and 31. Movement not examined. Appears overall good. 9-22383 (800-1,200)

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4243

“DEW DROP” INGRAHAM CALENDAR TIMEPIECE. Mid 19th century. The school house short drop regulator with simulated rosewood case and eglomise rosewood panel. The dial with Roman numeral chapter ring within a simple calendar ring. Case retains original label mounted on back. Clock sold with pendulum and key. SIZE: 24″ h x 16″. CONDITION: Wood surfaces with original untouched finish. Paper dial probably a replacement. Otherwise good. 9-21900 (400-500)

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4244

AMERICAN ROSEWOOD LONG DROP ADVERTISING REGULATOR CLOCK. Late 19th century. “RHOADS JEWELER LANCASTER PENNSYLVANIA” The painted tin dial with Roman numeral chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial and with time aperture with 30-day brass movement. Marked beneath ring “MANUFACTURED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”. The whole beneath a circular glass door with brass bezel, and within an octagonal rosewood frame. The drop fitted with a molded door with eglomise advertising panel. SIZE: 32-1/2″ h x 17″ w x 4″ d. CONDITION: Original surfaces of case cleaned and polished. Very good overall. 9-22382 (1,000-1,500)

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4245

RARE LACQUERED SHELF CLOCK BY LITCHFIELD MANNING COMPANY. Circa 1865, Connecticut. This papier-mache and lacquered example with mother-of-pearl inlays retains its original paper label of the “LITCHFIELD MANNING CO./LITCHFIELD CONN.,USA” and fitted with a replacement period eight day spring driven brass movement. The scrolling case, paint decorated overall with floral sprays and with mother-of-pearl flowers. The enameled painted dial with Roman numeral chapter ring centering a painted landscape. The center of the clock with an allegorical religious scene of a figure holding a cross flanked by a dove and a heart within small towers. The whole raised on a molded plinth with ogee bracket feet and scalloped apron. SIZE: 26″ h x 20-1/2″ w x 5-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Connecticut family home which descended from Sarah Upson Goodrich (Mrs. Oliver R. Beckwith) who descended from the Rev. Charles Chauncey, President of Harvard College and Elder William Brewster. Sarah was a member of the Connecticut chapter of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. CONDITION: Structurally very good. The painted dial in need of restoration. Losses to lacquer on feet. 9-21862 (1,500-2,500)

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4246

RARE JULIEN LEROY FRENCH TWO-FACE SWINGING CEILING CLOCK. Mid 19th Century. This two-sided example is designed to be suspended on a brass ceiling mount. The clock, suspended on a 9-rod compensating pendulum with alternating silvered and brass elements, swings as one. The enameled dials each with Roman numeral chapter rings, one dial with sweep second hand. The eight-day movement with pinwheel escapement. SIZE: (overall) 51″h., (dial) 11-1/4″ dia.; (overall dial) 15″ dia. CONDITION: The movement has been professionally restored. The clock in very good, clean condition overall. 9-22075 (4,500-6,000)

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4247

ANSONIA CAST BRASS “RENAISSANCE” MANTEL CLOCK. Circa 1894. This fine and rare Renaissance-revival cast brass and spelter clock decorated overall with lion’s mask, serpents, and supported by winged Griffins, all on a rectangular classical base, raised on stylized dolphins with enameled Roman numeral chapter ring. The 8-day brass movement with half hour gong strike. Clock is offered with original cast pendulum centered with the letter “A”. The brass back plate of the movement marked, “ANSONIA CLOCK Co./PATENTED JUNE 14,81/NEW YORK, U.S.A.” SIZE: 16-1/2″h (overall) x 16″l x 5-1/2″d. CONDITION: Clock case with original surfaces. Movement and pendulum appear original. Crack in the number “8” enameled numeral. Good overall. 9-23481 (1,000-2,000)

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4248

FINE FRENCH OVAL CRYSTAL REGULATOR CLOCK. Circa 1855. The oval brass case with molded cornice and base framing four beveled glass panels. The case mounted with a porcelain dial with open escapement and time and strike apertures. The brass movement by “S. Marti et Cie”, eight day with time and strike. The enameled dial painted with the maker’s name, faded. Clock is offered with key and original two-barrel pendulum. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h x 7-1/2″ w x 6″ d. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-21782 (800-1,200)

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4249

ANSONIA “MIRAGE” CRYSTAL REGULATOR CLOCK. Circa 1902. With eight day time and gong strike movement. The case with four beveled glass plates mounted within cast bronze framing. The case surmounted by a classical urn, and with mahogany top and base with gilt cast bronze mounts. Offered with original pendulum and key. SIZE: 18″ h CONDITION: Very good overall. Note: An identification number has been lightly etched along the top of the case. 9-21836 (300-500)

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4250

LECOULTRE ATMOS CLOCK. 20th century. This particular Swiss example with serial number 191593. Case mounted with a brass presentation plaque “A. GEORGE CLEMENS/25 YEARS LOYAL SERVICE/DOEHLER-JARVIS DIVISION/NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY/1965”. Arabic numeral chapter ring centering the open escapement 15-jewel movement engraved “Switzerland/Unadjusted” in addition engraved with makers name “Lecoultre & Cie/Atmos”. SIZE: Overall 9-1/4″ h x 8-1/4″ w x 6-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Appears in good order within original brass and glass case. Uncertain working order. 9-22504 (800-1,200)

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4251

CHELSEA 6″ CASED BRASS QUARTZ CHRONOMETER FROM QUINCY LTD. INVENTORY. Late 20th century. The silvered dial with Arabic chapter rings mounted in a 7-1/4″ brass case. Dial marked “CHELSEA”. SIZE: As noted. CONDITION: Unused. 9-22353-2 (800-1,200)

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4252

CHELSEA QUARTZ CHRONOMETER AND CHROME CASED ANEROID BAROMETER FROM QUINCY LTD. INVENTORY. Late 20th century. 1) 5-1/2″ cased brass chronometer marked “Chelsea”, also marked “QUARTZ CHRONOMETER” on a silver dial. 2) 5-1/2″ cased chrome plated barometer marked “Boston”, and with three dials marking inches, centimeters and millibars. SIZE: As noted. CONDITION: Unused condition. 9-22353-3 (600-800)

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4253

GROUP OF FIVE ASSORTED QUINCY LTD. TABLE AND SHELF CLOCKS. Late 20th century. Included are two English brass carriage clocks, a beehive desk clock signed “Comitti of London” in mahogany case, a quartz ship’s clock made by “Bronte Electronics Ltd”, a small mahogany desk clock of English origin marked “Quincy” on the dial in a mahogany case, together with a glass dome, 2 brass advertising plaques and a Quincy Ltd. marketing brochure. SIZE: Carriage clocks: 4-1/2″ h and 4-3/4″ h. Beehive: 6-1/2″ h. Ship’s clock: 5″ dia. Desktop clock: 4″ x 4″. CONDITION: In unused condition. 9-22353 (700-900)

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4254

GROUP OF ASSORTED MOVEMENTS AND CASES FROM QUINCY LTD. Late 20th century. Includes brass case for 8-1/2″ Chelsea clock/chronometer, brass Chelsea Clock Company movement, 3 brass French carriage clock movements (L’Epee), Chelsea “Ship Strike” 8 day brass movement, 4 French (l’Epee) carriage clock movements in original shipping carton, 4 small French brass carriage clock movements in original shipping carton, Chelsea Clock Company brass time and strike movement #132-071, FRANZ HERMLE brass movement for a Hermle #132-071 ship’s bell clock, 4 time and strike French brass 11-jewel movements by l’Epee, cased brass 3″ “SALEM PILOT” model ship’s wheel movement, and Chelsea Clock Company 6″ US Navy Phenolic Case. SIZE: Varies. CONDITION: Cases very good. Movements all in unused condition, most in original packing materials. 9-22353-1 (700-900)

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4255

KEY WOUND CALCULAGRAPH TIMER. Circa 1930. A rare non-electric example by the Calculagraph Company of New York. This cylindrical timer/clock used to measure the duration of events between a start and finish point. It was most commonly used in billiard or pool parlors and later to measure duration of toll phone calls. This example with silvered dial with Arabic chapter rings for minutes and hours. The cylindrical case mounted with two vertical handles for marking start and stop times. Case marked with serial number “10943”. Additionally mounted with plaque “AUTOMATIC RIBBON REVERSE”. SIZE: 9″ h x 9-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Appears to be in good condition overall. Not opened for inspection of mechanisms. Surfaces appear original. 9-21901 (500-1,000)

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4256

22″ INTERCHANGEABLE CYLINDER MUSIC BOX WITH BELLS. Very large, beautiful and impressive music box in book-matched burled walnut case with double border inlay on top, sides and front. Ebony moldings and interior. Massive bronze handles on each side with a nice carved ivory escutcheon for key hole. Large double tune card that covers both cylinders of 12 tunes each. The movement has 15 bells held on with birds and struck by bees plus a 15 note reed organ. Single spring motor with ratchet winding handle. Music box and bells have beautiful tone, reed organ is not playing. SIZE: 51″ w x 16″ h x 22″ d. CONDITION: Case is in very nice original condition, there are minor scratches and dings on the edges but with minimal restoration would bring it back to near new. Mechanism needs cleaning and polishing and some damper work otherwise very nice. Reed organ will need to be re-leathered. 9-10631 (12,000-15,000)

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4257

17-1/2″ CYLINDER MUSIC BOX WITH BELLS, DRUM & ZITHER. The walnut and rosewood case with book-matched burl panels framing a central ebony cartouche with scrolling boule and central abalone inlay, the whole within rosewood cross-banding. The lid opening to an ebonized interior, fitted with a brass movement mounted with six silvered bells struck by mallets flanked by a simulated burl zither and large brass drum. The 17-1/2″ brass cylinder playing eight tunes. SIZE: 12″ h x 34-1/2″ l x 15″ d. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: Case professionally refinished and re-polished. Works appear to have been cleaned, music box with nice tone, all instruments appear in working order. 9-22330 (2,000-4,000)

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4258

SWISS 12″ DISC MUSIC BOX. Last quarter 19th century. Rectangular lid, press carved with birds and flowering branches. Lid mounted with a lion’s mask and opening to interior fitted with musical movement with a dust covered hinged lid. Burl walnut case, corners mounted with engaged quarter columns and fitted with operational brass levers on a molded plinth. SIZE: 9″ h x 19-1/2″ w x 15″ d. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Comb and teeth are intact. Engraved with serial number 80259. Needs cleaning. Operational condition unknown. 9-23554 (800-1,200)

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4259

SWISS 8-TUNE CYLINDER MUSIC BOX. The rectangular walnut case with hinged lid, interior fitted with a brass 8-tune movement playing an 11″ cylinder. Beneath a silver plated damper mounted on a lyre form bracket. Serial number 26460 is stamped on top left corner facing. SIZE: 8-1/2″ h x 21″ l x 9-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Comb missing five teeth. Movement in need of cleaning. Structurally very good. 9-23555 (800-1,200)

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4260

11-1/2″ NICOLE FRERES SWISS 8-TUNE MUSIC BOX TOGETHER WITH THREE ADDITIONAL CYLINDERS IN ORIGINAL STORAGE BOX. Last quarter 19th century. The rectangular case with cast bronze handles and ebonized trim. The lid and sides with lignum vitae veneered panels housing the Nicole Freres mechanism. The box retains original “NICOLE FRERES” label together with the label of the retailer “WILLIAM WHITELY/Universal Provider”. Original damper is mounted above the comb. The three additional cylinders marked “52”, “168” and “170” mounted in an original walnut storage box. SIZE: 30-1/2″ l x 12″ d x 8-3/4″ h; Storage box: 20-3/4″ l x 11-3/4″ d x 5-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Mechanism appears in working order. No damage to teeth. Surfaces on box are old and original. The three additional cylinders with some minor discoloration and corrosion. Box with original surfaces. 9-22366 (1,000-1,500)

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4261

11″ SWISS MUSIC BOX. Last quarter 19th century. Mechanism housed in a rosewood rectangular box inlaid with floral spray. SIZE: 20″ l x 8-3/4″ d x 5-1/2″ h. CONDITION: The box with original surfaces. The brass mechanism does function, teeth to comb are intact. The mechanism needs thorough cleaning. Good overall. 9-22370 (400-600)

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4262

C. BECHSTEIN “RENAISSANCE” CARVED OAK UPRIGHT PIANO. Late 19th, early 20th century. Elaborately carved oak cabinet with a 3/4 gallery of pierced scrolling vinery. Top with hinged lid, edge carved with leaf tips, sound board with original stenciled label for the Bechstein Company and the number “381”. Proper right upper edge of cabinet impressed with number “12011”. The top door, or frieze, with a rectangular pierced and carved panel of a lyre within scrolling vinery flanked by square panels centering intricately pierce carved foliate rosettes. The hinged fall opening to a full keyboard above which are two carved plaques. The first carved “RENAISSANCE/Louis & Siegfried Lovinson”. The second carved “C BECHSTEIN/Hoflieferant St Maja Konigs”. Keyboard flanked by cheeks upon which was originally mounted carvings or candle arms. Bottom door with parqueted panel above anthemion leaf moldings further flanked by elaborate pierce carved mythical winged mermaids amidst scrolling vinery. SIZE: 54-1/2″ h x 61-1/2″ w of case x 27″ d. CONDITION: Keys and hammers operational. Strings in need of professional restoration, as is majority of action. Case with original finish. Losses to moldings on proper left cheek. Additional losses in pierce carved vines. Overall good. 9-22199 (1,500-2,500)

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4263

RARE “NOVELTY MERCHANTMAN” CLAW DIGGER ARCADE MACHINE. 1st half 20th century. “The Novelty Merchantman ” an art deco style arcade digger, coin operated and manufactured by Exhibit Supply Company, Chicago. This walnut cased model stamped with the serial number “M2004”. The face plate marked with multiple patent numbers. The motor and mechanism, accessed from side door, appears original and with original paper label affixed in interior. SIZE: 67-1/2″ h x 21-3/4″ w x 19″ d. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: Original beveled glass. Overall very good. Mechanisms appear to be in working order. 9-22337 (3,500-5,500)

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4264

KOKEN CHILD’S BARBER CHAIR WITH POLYCHROME PAINTED HORSE HEAD. Early 20th century. Porcelain hydraulic chair with tan leather seat and back pads and with chrome trim. The adjustable chrome foot rest marked “Koken” in script and mounted with an original carved wood polychrome painted horse head with glass eyes. A similar example sold April, 2011 at Showtime Auction in Missouri, Lot 1431. A second similar example was sold at Rich Penn Auctions, May 2011, Lot 905. SIZE: Chair: 44-1/2″ h; Horse head: 19″ l x approx. 16″ d. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: Very good overall retaining original seat and back. Chrome with wear to footrest and with some wear to base. Painted surfaces on horse head appear original with normal and expected wear. Glass eyes intact. 9-22332 (3,000-6,000)

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4265
Revised: 8/22/2011

Additional Information: This is an excellent later copy of the original 1930s original edition. This item does not have a reserve.

MILLS WAR EAGLE 25 CENT SLOT MACHINE. 2nd quarter 20th century. This nice table top model with professionally restored case is in working order. SIZE: 25″ h x 16″ w x 15″ d. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: As noted, case has been professionally restored and repainted. Key to rear door is missing, however lock is open and may be turned manually for access to machine interior. Very good overall. 9-22335 (1,000-1,500)

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4266

E. GOYARD AINE FITTED TRAVELING TRUNK. Late 19th early 20th century. The firm E. Goyard Aine, located at 233 Rue, St-Honore’, Paris, France during the 2nd half of the 19th century through the 1930s. This Vintage Goyard trunk with distinctive chevron canvas was produced in the early 1900’s. The canvas is woven cotton, linen, and hemp, and is hand painted in the chevron pattern. The pattern was designed to form a Y to commemorate the three centuries of the Goyard family history. In 1856 La Maison Goyard began making trunks, cases, luggage, and handbags in Paris of high quality. The lock of the trunk is engraved with “E. Goyard Aine, 233 rue St Honore Paris 45”. The brass latches and fittings are signed “Goyard Aine”. This trunk has all brass fittings that maintain their original patina and coating. The brass carrying handles are also impressed with company insignia. The case with hinged lid opening to a fitted interior of compartments, the outermost with hinged lids. The case front with hinged and latched door opens to an interior fitted with a bank of four drawers, each with cast brass handles within leather holders. The sides, each mounted with a cast brass handle and a brass nameplate holder. The lid retains an original Cunard Line baggage label for a voyage from South Hampton to New York, January 1932. SIZE: 33″ h x 23″ w x 19″ d. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: Normal and acceptable wear and scuffing to exterior of fabric. Three brass handles detached from interior drawers, two now absent, otherwise all hardware and fittings intact and functional. 9-22331 (3,000-6,000)

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4267

AMERICAN CAST IRON GARDEN SETTEE IN LAUREL PATTERN. Second half 19th century. This fine example of Antique garden furniture with rounded back comprised of repeating panels of cast laurel leaves within twigwork frames continuing to downswept arms terminating in winged Griffin supports centering a semi-circular seat cast with scrolling vinery. SIZE: 33″ h x 45-1/2″ w x 31″ d. CONDITION: Structurally very good with no rust or oxidation. Retaining early, if not original, painted surfaces. 9-22710 (2,000-4,000)

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4268

CAST IRON AND WIREWORK PLANTER. Second half 19th century. The rectangular woven wire basket with scrolled sides joined to the tripartite iron base of slender leaf form out-turned supports joined to a plinth raised on scrolled feet. SIZE: 3-1/2″ h x 27″ l x 17″ w. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Very good with some surface rust. 9-23517 (800-1,200)

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4269

WROUGHT IRON PIER TABLE WITH GRAY MARBLE TOP. First quarter 20th century. Gray and beige brescia marble top with serpentine front edge fitted to the conforming table base. The scrolling wrought iron frieze centering three polychrome paint decorated floral panels. Raised on S-scrolled wrought iron supports cast with leaf tips joined by a scrolling wrought iron stretcher, the central finial a polychrome painted floral bouquet. SIZE: 31-1/2″ h x 39-1/2″ l x 18-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Marble very good. Base retains original painted surfaces. Very good overall. 9-22724 (800-1,200)

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4270

FRENCH FOUR PIECE PAINT DECORATED WROUGHT IRON GARDEN SUITE. First quarter 20th century. Set includes a three-seat sofa, two armchairs and round table. The chairs and sofa have a round chair back with scroll design accented with red fleur-de-lis and green scrolls. The side arms in wheel type round form have red cornucopia with trailing red, green and yellow flowers. It is fitted for upholstery: backs, seats and arm rests. The table is of round form with three cabriole legs, central three-part stretcher with center spray of colorful flowers. Suite is offered with foam cushions. SIZE: Sofa is 42-1/2” h x 74-1/2” w x 26” d. Chairs are 43” h x 24-1/2” d x 27” w. Table is 19” h x top size 21-1/2” dia. PROVENANCE: An Ulster County, New York Mansion. CONDITION: Appears to be original paint with some wear, some floral decoration in need of reattachment, generally very good. 9-23149 (2,000-4,000)

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4271

PAIR OF LEAD GARDEN FIGURES IN THE FORM OF DEER. Late 19th/Early 20th century, American. Pair modeled in an alert standing position, heads raised, ears up. Each joined on rectangular bases. SIZE: 31″ h x 24″ l x 9″ w. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Very good overall with nice patina. 9-22995 (2,500-3,500)

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4272

FINE PAIR OF LEAD DISPLAYED EAGLES. Late 19th/Early 20th century, American. This nice pair of garden ornaments has well cast details, rendered perched on a square base; one looking right and the other looking left. SIZE: Overall 17″ h x 46″ wingspan x 18″ d. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Very good structural condition overall with untouched gray stippled patina. One eagle with abrasion to top of beak. 9-22996 (3,500-4,500)

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4273

CAST ZINC PLAQUE OF A MULE DEER BUST. Late 19th/early 20th century. The antlers represented with 7 points and cast with oversized ears, the head mounted on a shield form plaque. SIZE: (overall) 30″h. x 27″w. x 24″d. CONDITION: Structurally very good with old painted surfaces, mostly removed. In need of professional refurbishing. 9-23373 (400-600)

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4274

NICE PAIR OF CAST STONE SEATED DALMATIANS. 20th century. Nicely cast expressive examples of garden statuary overall in white paint. Dogs with black spots and black ears with well painted brown eyes. SIZE: 30″ h x 13″ w x 15-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Structurally very good with nicely weathered surfaces. 9-22840 (1,600-1,850)

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4275

UNUSUAL EARTHENWARE FIGURE OF A DOG. First half 20th century. Nice true-to-life casting of a spaniel laying down depicted with brown glass eyes. SIZE: 21-1/4″ l overall x 6″ h. CONDITION: With later light brown paint over original dark brown/black paint. Nose repainted. Proper right eye cracked. Otherwise very good. 9-20686 (750-1,250)

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4276

PAIR OF WROUGHT IRON GATE OR WINDOW CRESTS. 19th century. Each “S”-scrolled element mounted with seven sharp spikes. Each now mounted on a museum display stand. SIZE: Overall w/stand 14″ h x 15-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Old rusted surfaces stabilized with lacquer coating. 9-22726 (800-1,200)

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4277

THREE IRON ARCHITECTURAL PIECES. 1) Decorative over door treatment having a scrolling vine surrounding a central flower drop, painted white. 2 & 3) Matched pair of grates with a palm-like seven-petal leaf in a square. SIZE: 1) 16-1/2″ h x 52″ w. 2 & 3) 18-1/2″ sq. CONDITION: Generally good, some rust & loss to paint. 9-23150 (200-400)

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4278

TWO SIMILAR ART NOUVEAU CARVED ARCHITECTURAL CRESTS. Late 19th century. Each with a detailed bust within stylized molded and carved vinery, further framed within an art nouveau deeply carved and molded crest. SIZE: First: 23″ h x 74″ l. Second: 18-1/2″ h x 78-1/2″ l. CONDITION: The first retains original old surfaces with medium brown color and good patina. THe second stripped of its old paint. Both structurally good. 9-22226 (1,200-1,500)

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4279

SET OF 6 LEADED GLASS WINDOWS. Marvelous matching set of architectural windows with Moorish influence. Elaborate leaded design with combination of polychrome slag glass and clear glass with some double layers. Housed in heavy wooden frames and are ready for installation. SIZE: Larger two are 70-1/4″ t x 27″ w. Smaller four are 53-1/4″ t x 26″ w. CONDITION: Overall very good with a number of cracked panels. 5-61917 (2,000-3,000)

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4280

OUTSTANDING LEADED & STAINED GLASS WINDOW. The square window depicting an urn of white flowers with trailing leaves. All seen against an amber background with red border. Housed in its original wood sash. SIZE: Outside: 42″ x 42″. Inside: 37″ x 38″. CONDITION: Slight bow but generally very good with only a few minor cracks. 9-23151 (500-800)

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4281

TWO LEADED STAINED GLASS WINDOWS. 1) In a modern frame with side hinges, probably for use in front of a window. It is comprised of a four-lobe purple flower having amber center and four oval green petals. Centered on a white outlined square with caramel slag outside border and green boarder top & bottom. 2) Framed window with center four-lobe flower with purple glass against green slag. Bordered with blue and more caramel slag. Framed within two green pieces with double outside border. Original three-iron bar horizontal support. SIZE: Overall: 1) 36-1/2″ x 31-1/4″. 2) 31″ x 38″. Leaded area: 1) 28-1/2″ x 24-1/2″ 2) 28-1/2″ x 35-1/2″. PROVENANCE: From a fine Maine home. CONDITION: 1) Cracks in outside panels, center is very good. 2) Some bulging; border & inner border with cracked panels, one corner with damage. 9-22855 (500-1,000)

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4282

LEADED & STAINED GLASS WINDOW FRAGMENT. An arched top leaded glass piece has three round amber jewels as flower centers with purple petals. Amber rippled glass with triple border, ready for framing. SIZE: 16″ x 22-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-23152 (100-200)

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4283

INDO-KERMAN ORIENTAL RUG. Second half 20th century. Central arabesque medallion on crimson field within indigo and ivory spandrels, all within blue/black main border. The whole with scrolling floral vinery. SIZE: 9′ 6″ x 12′ 8″. CONDITION: Overall with full pile, but with 6″ square area of insect damage and with additional areas of insect damage visible from reverse. Fair. 9-23436 (1,000-2,000)

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4284

RENAISSANCE REVIVAL CARVED OAK GRIFFIN CONFERENCE TABLE. Late 19th century early 20th century, attributed to workshop of R.J. Horner. The rectangular quartersawn top with rounded edges above a conforming frieze, each long side fitted with a pair of aligned drawers. The base of two quatersawn columns joined to a heavy Y-form trestle base. Each corner mounted with a full-bodied carved seated griffin. SIZE: 29″ h x 95″ l x 42″ w. PROVENANCE: From a fine Massachusetts home. CONDITION: With refinished light oak surfaces, now dry in need of repolishing. Structurally very good. 9-22113 (1,000-1,500)

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4285

FINE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CARVED OAK ARCHITECTURAL DISPLAY CABINET. Last quarter 19th century. In two parts, the upper section with stick and ball gallery alternating with carved foliate shell crests above the molded cornice fitted with three glass panel sliding doors counterweighted and rising through the front of the cabinet. Interior fitted with three adjustable shelves. Cabinet stepped back on a cupboard base fitted with an arrangement of six aligned short drawers above six small cabinet doors, each sliding on tracks. The whole with recessed molded rectangular panels. Pilasters of top and bottom fluted and with incised carved floral decoration. SIZE: 8′ 5-1/2″ h x 10′ 5″ l x 2′ 4″ d. PROVENANCE: This cabinet belonged to Governor Joseph Robinson Bodwell (June 18, 1818 – December 15, 1887); 40th Governor of the State of Maine. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Professionally repolished. 9-22354 (2,500-3,500)

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4286

LARGE ARCHITECT’S DRAWING, “THE LAFRANCE FIRE ENGINE COMPANY”. Mid 20th century. Unsigned. Painting on board. Polychrome painted example of a steam fire engine flanked by artist’s renditions of the “LaFrance Patent-Nest-Tube Boiler” on the left and “LaFrance Rotary Pump-Front and Side Views” on the right. SIZE: Overall: 39-1/2″ x 53″. Work: 34″ x 47″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22070 (4,000-5,000)

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4287

COLLECTION OF 119 LEATHER BOUND BOOKS. Late 19th, early 20th century. Nice collection of gilt decorated leather bound books, suitable for display comprising: 1) 24 volume set of The Works of W. M. Thackery, London edition with illustrations, published by Smith Elder & Co; 2) 19 volumes of the 30 volume set of The Works of Anatole France. The Autograph Edition in English, published by Gabriel Wells, N.Y. 1924. Includes volumes 5 and 13-30 inclusive; 3) 21 volume set The Works of Thomas Hardy, The Anniversary Edition, published by Harper & Brothers Publishers; 4) 23 volume set of The Works of Gilbert Harper, The Imperial Edition, published by Charles Scribner’s Sons, circa 1913; 5) 6 volumes of Irving’s Works from the 27 volume Geoffrey Crayon edition published by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York, volumes 22-27 inclusiv3; 6) 12 volumes, The Works of William Makepeace Thackery published by David D. Nickerson and Company, Boston; 7) 19 volumes of 20 volume set The Works of Charles Dickens, The National Library Edition published by Bigelow, Brown and Co., Inc. New York 1923. SIZE: 8-1/2″ -9″ h throughout. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Generally good. Some with detached covers. Overall somewhat dry. 9-23535 (1,000-2,000)

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4288

AFTER EDWARD TROYE (AMERICAN, 1808-1874) RARE SET OF 10 AMERICAN RACING HORSE PRINTS. Limited edition hand colored prints after paintings by Edward Troye from the originals in the collection of The Jockey Club, published & copyrighted at the Sign of the Gosden Head, New York, 1932. Numbered 100/110. Each print is hand numbered and embossed with a medallion. Troye is considered America’s foremost 19th Century horse painter. The collection includes Plate 1 (Sir Archy); Plate 2 (American Eclipse); Plate 4 (Bertrand); Plate 6 (Imp. Tranby); Plate 7 (Trifle); Plate 9 (Boston); Plate 13 (Vandal); Plate 15 (Imp. Australian); Plate 17 (Kentucky); Plate 18 (Ruthless). All housed in modern black wood frames. SIZE: Sight: 18″ x 22-1/2″. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-23520 (2,000-4,000)

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4289

AFTER PIERRE JOSEPH REDOUTE (FRENCH, 1759-1840) 23 COLORED BOTANICAL PRINTS. All identically housed in partial gilt molded wood frames. Various engravers including seven marked “De Gouy”; seven marked “Langlois”; two marked “Allais”; two marked “Tassaert”; one marked “P F Legrand”; one marked “Bessin”; one marked “Couten”; one marked “Chapuy”; and one unmarked. SIZE: Sight: 20-1/2″ x 13-1/4″. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Very good. 9-23510 (1,500-2,000)

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4290

IMPORTANT LARGE KPM PORCELAIN PLAQUE OF MADONNA & CHILD BY ANDREAS DECKELMANN (German, 1820-1882). The plaque showing a seated woman with halo in colorful red, green, and blue robe holding a child with white outfit having crossed hands at chest and looking up. Signed bottom left “A Deckelmann”. Housed in a fine gesso decorated gilt frame. Back of plaque marked with “KPM” and scepter and “H”. SIZE: 15″ x 12″. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21948 (4,000-6,000)

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4291

OUTSTANDING KPM PLAQUE OF A WINE TASTER. The scene depicting a Monk holding a half filled stem of wine in one hand and a glass siphoning tube in the other. He holds the glass to the light looking at the color and clarity. His elbow rests on a wine keg titled “Th. Kalterer Seewein”. The back have impressed marks “KPM” with a scepter, “195” and “255”, “S” and “W”. Also an illegible title or artist name on back label. Housed in what appears to be its original fancy gilt frame with gilt liner. SIZE: 9-3/4″ x 7-1/2″. CONDITION: Small area of light scratches in upper left corner, otherwise very good. 9-23478 (4,000-6,000)

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4292

KATHERINE S. BOPE (19th/20th Century) THE LION PRIDE. Large painting on porcelain showing a lion, lioness and cub on sandy ground with storm clouds and blue sky. Signed lower left. The white ground plaque having a “D & Co. France” mark, Circa 1894-1900. Housed in its original black carved wood frame with gilt liner. A fine hand painted plaque with unusual subject matter. SIZE: 11-1/4″ x 14-3/4″. PROVENANCE: From a West Virginia Collection. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21800 (800-1,200)

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4293

PAIR OF MONUMENTAL STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS BY TIFFANY & CO., NEW YORK. Each having the Tiffany mark as shown as No. 23 in the Tiffany Silver book by Carpenter. Each numbered “19872 4654”. Each marked “Special Hand Work”. One is marked “1”, the other “2” with the bobeches marked “1” and “2”. Each stick is monogrammed on its base with a conjoined “SW”. The round base candlesticks having removable bobeches with a spiral rope type edge corresponding to a ring at the base of the tapered six-sided shaft and round base. All hand hammered work with the addition of a drip-style accent below the shoulder rim. WEIGHT: 148 troy oz. SIZE: 16-1/2″ h x 8-3/4″ dia. at base. CONDITION: Both bobeches rims are slightly warped. Otherwise very good. 9-21879 (15,000-20,000)

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4294

68-PIECE STERLING FLATWARE SET BY TIFFANY & CO., INC IN THE “CHRYSANTHEMUM” PATTERN. Set consists of: Twelve 8-1/4″ monogrammed dessert/oval soup spoons; Twelve 6″ monogrammed pastry forks (variant); Six 6-1/2″ monogrammed pastry forks; Four 5-1/2″ monogrammed ice cream spoons; Twelve 5-3/4″ monogrammed teaspoons; Eighteen 7-1/2″ monogrammed forks; Three 9-3/4″ serving spoons (two with Eagle crest); 8-1/2″ monogrammed serving fork. Along with Twelve 9-3/4″ knives with simulated bone handles, sterling ferules and stainless steel blades. Marked “Universal Stainless Steel”. Set is housed in a “Naken” felt lined mahogany silver chest. WEIGHT: 153 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21882 (12,500-15,000)

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4295

FINE TIFFANY STERLING CENTER BOWL. The footed round bowl having a three-letter monogram on side. The ring type foot decorated with relief flowers & incised lines. The bottom marked “Tiffany & Co. Makers, Sterling Silver 22805 M”. The mark being number 24 in the Tiffany Silver book by Carpenter, Circa 1943-1945. WEIGHT: 23 tr. oz. SIZE: 3-1/2″ h x 8-1/4″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22602 (1,500-2,500)

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4296

STERLING SILVER BOWL BY TIFFANY & CO., INC. The bowl having a clover pattern rim monogrammed at center. The bottom marked with mark “22” of the Tiffany Silver book by Carpenter. No. “13780 1230”. Circa 1914-1915. WEIGHT: 18.5 tr. oz. SIZE: 10″ dia. x 2-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21883 (1,000-1,500)

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4297

TIFFANY STERLING SILVER WATER PITCHER. Standard form water pitcher having a shoulder rim and three-letter monogram on the side. Base marked “Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling Silver 22812 M”. The mark corresponding to number 25 in Tiffany Silver book by Carpenter, Circa 1947-1956. Bottom also marked “3-1/2 Pints”. WEIGHT: 19 tr. oz. SIZE: 6-3/4″ h x 7″ dia. incl. handle. CONDITION: Some light dings, otherwise very good. 9-22594 (1,000-1,500)

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4298

TIFFANY ALARM WRISTWATCH. Very nice Tiffany wristwatch has 14kt (tested) yellow gold case with brushed metal dial, gold hour markers and black enamel minute markers. Manual movement has an alarm mechanism. Watch is finished with a black leather band. Engraved on backside of the watch “Fred Woolworth Dec. 25, 1956”. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Very good with some minor corrosion to the hands. 9-23568 (1,000-2,000)

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4299

CARTIER TANK WATCH. Lovely Cartier tank watch has vermeil case with ivory colored square dial with black Roman numerals and marked “Must de Cartier”. Back of the case is marked “Cartier Paris Vermeil Tank Quartz Argent 925 Plaque Or G 20 M Swiss Made 119757 590005”. Watch is finished with a blue stone cabochon in the crown and a black leather band. Complete with original red leather Cartier box and certificate. SIZE: Case is 1-7/8″ sq. CONDITION: Small crack to upper left corner of crystal, some wear to plating on buckle. Delamination to one section of leather band. 9-23130 (800-1,200)

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4300

ROLEX 18KT GOLD LADY’S WRISTWATCH. Very nice Rolex oyster perpetual datejust wristwatch has 18kt yellow gold case and band with a gold colored dial with gold five-minute markers and hands and black enamel minute markers with date window at 3:00. Marked on inside of clasp “Rolex Geneve Rolexsa 750 Swiss Made 18K”. Face is marked “Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified”. Watch is accompanied by original Rolex red leatherette box with needlepoint lid. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-23131 (4,000-6,000)

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4301

ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST LADY’S WRISTWATCH. 18kt yellow gold case & band. The bezel surrounded by a ring of 32 diamonds, the case back marked “Original Rolex Design”, the band marked “Rolex 8570 18k”. SIZE: Comes with one extra link in separate bag. CONDITION: Second hand does not move, unknown working order. 9-20897 (2,500-3,000)

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4302

OUTSTANDING RELIEF DECORATED 14K GOLD MATCH SAFE. The hinged lid opens to an oval interior area. The rim marked “14K.B 197”. No maker’s mark. Both sides having the same decoration surrounding an oval inscription area, one is blank and the other has triple initial monogram “HAF”. The decoration shows a griffin bird on a branch coiled with a large snake having branches, C-scrolls & decorative elements. The bottom with a match strike area. WEIGHT: 26 gr. (.83 tr. oz). SIZE: 2-1/2″ x 1-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22386 (1,250-1,750)

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4303

14K GOLD SPOON WITH SIX STERLING PIECES. 3-1/2″ marked “14k” gold spoon engraved on bowl “Jun. 17th 1897 Nov. 25 1905”. The handle with blue enameled monogram “MB”. The bowl engraved with three initial monogram. The sterling pieces including a 3-3/4″ Towle spoon; 4″ spoon; 4-3/4″ fork by Reed & Barton “Lark”; 5″ Tiffany fork in the “Windham” pattern, monogram; 5-1/2″ Lunt jelly server in the “Chippendale” pattern, monogram; 5″ monogrammed sugar spoon. WEIGHT: Gold 14 gr. Silver: 2.5 tr. oz. PROVENANCE: Garvin/Brady Family. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-22618 (300-500)

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4304

SWISS 14KT 1/4 HOUR REPEATER WITH CHRONOGRAPH. Last quarter 19th century. 54mm hunter’s case with slide repeater mechanism and with marked Henry A. Lugrin chronograph movement. The dial with Arabic numeral chapter ring and with subsidiary seconds dial and minute register dial. Outer case with monogram of scrolling leaf tips. Impressed with crown mark within a circle, additionally marked with a six pointed star centering a “D” within a circle. SIZE: 54mm thin case. CONDITION: Case with various dimple marks. Repeater inoperable. Chronograph functioning. In need of cleaning. Offered with original presentation case. 9-22888 (2,500-4,500)

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4305

18KT GOLD FRENCH POCKET WATCH. Lovely French hunting case key wind pocket watch features and 18kt yellow gold case with center cartouche engraved with hunting scene showing hunting dog and galloping horse. Horse is missing its rider. Backside of the watch is engraved with a floral center cartouche with stylized leaves engraved on the outer border. Watch is marked on inside of case “18K” and is also marked “Echappement A Cylindre Quatre Trous En Pierre”. Watch is accompanied by a gold filled slide chain and engraved gold filled powder horn shaped key with a white stone end. SIZE: Watch is 1-7/8″ dia. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with some light corrosion to inside of cover. 9-23153 (2,000-3,000)

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4306

FOUR REGENCY AND VICTORIAN WATCH HUTCHES. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Including a Japanned box hutch, a bedside holder with candle holders, a hutch in the form of twin obelisks trimmed with needle work and a delicately carved watch and ring stand labeled beneath base with family provenance. SIZE: Tallest: 7″ h; Smallest: 4″ h. CONDITION: Overall very good with fading to textiles. The watch and ring stand with rim damage and shrinkage crack. 9-22379 (800-1,200)

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4307

GROUP OF FOUR CONTINENTAL WATCH HUTCHES. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Including a miniature Japanned and paint decorated French sedan chair, a simulated inlaid tall case clock case and a carved and paint decorated similar example dated “1914” and a Dutch carved example simulating a Bombay hutch. SIZE: Tallest: 13-1/2″ h; Smallest: 7″ h. CONDITION: Very good overall with original, untouched surfaces. 9-22380 (1,200-2,000)

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4308

GROUP OF NINE ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL WATCH HUTCHES. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Including a Staffordshire figural group of three women, a Majolica fan mounted within a wire frame, an artist at his easel, a pink lustre hutch of John Bunyan’s cottage and other soft paste examples. SIZE: Tallest: 10-1/2″ h; Smallest: 4-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-22377 (1,000-1,500)

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4309

GROUP OF NINE ASSORTED CONTINENTAL AND ENGLISH WATCH HUTCHES. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Including two carved Black Forest examples, a black Japanned easel, a basin-form example, a souvenir hutch from the beach at Hastings, a “Napoleon” hat carved mahogany hutch and an ebonized example under dome. SIZE: Largest: 10-1/2″ h; Smallest: 3-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good overall with all original surfaces. 9-22381 (900-1,200)

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4310

GROUP OF NINE ASSORTED WATCH HUTCHES. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Including three gilt metal mounted bevel glass continental examples, a Wilcox silver-plated example, a box hutch with British silver cover, a folding leather example, two bead work hutches, one dated 1904 and a silk example woven with flowers. SIZE: Overall tallest: 5-3/4″ h; Textile examples: 6-1/2″ x 4-1/4″, 7″ x 5-3/4″, 4″ x 5-1/2″. CONDITION: All in original condition with minor imperfections and signs of wear and age throughout. Overall very good. 9-22374 (800-1,200)

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4311

GROUP OF SIX WATCH HUTCHES INCLUDING ABALONE, BAKELITE AND A DOME EXAMPLE. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Two abalone examples, one from 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, the second with an anchor, a third of a complete shell mounted with anchor, a German easel-form hutch under dome, a Bakelite box example and a ribbon tied holder with stone basin. SIZE: Tallest: 5-1/2″ h; Smallest: 4-1/2″ h; Box: 3-1/4″ x 2-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-22378 (600-900)

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4312

TWELVE CONTINENTAL AND CLASSICAL REVIVAL WATCH HUTCHES. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Lot includes a cast brass example of Greek and Roman helmets and articles of warfare, a cast brass displayed eagle on pedestal, a cast iron clock-form hutch with flute playing putti, an Art Nouveau example with mother and child, a German scenic example, a cast French ballroom chair, an Oriental example with dragons and others. SIZE: Tallest: 13-3/4″ h; Smallest: 4-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good overall with normal and acceptable signs of wear and age. 9-22376 (1,200-1,800)

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4313

GROUP OF ELEVEN METAL WATCH HUTCHES. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Of various forms including cast silvered examples and eight brass examples also an Oriental brass slipper, a woven basket, four modeled as frames and a desk top watch hutch with thermometer. SIZE: Tallest: 9-1/4″ h; Shortest: 3-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Overall very good. All showing normal and expected degrees of wear. 9-22375 (1,100-1,600)

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4314

VICTORIAN WALNUT WATCHMAKER’S CRYSTAL STORAGE CABINET. Last quarter 19th century. The diminutive cabinet with recessed molded panels on a molded plinth. The pair of cabinet doors opening to an interior of 18 long drawers each lined with black velvet. SIZE: 24″ h x 11″ d x 16-3/4″ w. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: Cabinet retains original finish with normal and expected wear to surfaces. Overall very good. 9-22334 (800-1,200)

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4315

EXCEPTIONAL DOMINICK & HAFF AESTHETIC STYLE REPOUSSE STERLING SILVER PITCHER. Circa 1880, New York. Square repousse pitcher modeled overall with overlapping leaf design diaper work to offset various butterflies within an intricate array of floral vinery. C-scrolled handle similarly decorated and terminating in leaf tips. Maker’s mark impressed on base with date of manufacture in addition to the impressed mark “STERLING” and the numeral “88”. Weight: 32 tr. Oz. SIZE: 8″ h. CONDITION: Very fine overall. 9-22344 (4,000-6,000)

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4316

FINE GORHAM MARTELE FLOWER DECORATED DISH. The hand hammered dish having feet which are formed of four lobed sections, gold wash interior and a wide rim with upturned rim at flower sections with fern leaves. The base marked with the retailer “Spaulding & Co. Chicago Martele .9584″ and letters PHT. WEIGHT: 11 tr. oz. SIZE: 7-1/2″ dia. x 1-3/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22508 (2,000-3,000)

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4317

TWO TIFFANY STUDIOS ARABIAN LAMP BASES WITH MESH SHADES. Pair of art glass lamp bases in the Arabian design begin with black shading to blue ground accented with a platinum snakeskin design leading to an inverted saucer foot. Each lamp base is finished with a bulbous stem having pulled prunts of glass and complementary design. Bases are complete with a single socket and pull chain. Each are signed “LC Tiffany Inc Favrile”. Accompanying the bases are two mesh shades with enameled floral design. SIZE: Bases are 10″ t. Shades are 3-1/2″ t x 5″ w. CONDITION: Both bases are very good to excellent. Each shade has hairlines to enamel decorations and one has a replaced top cap. 5-62166 (1,200-1,400)

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4318

AMERICAN LEADED GLASS TABLE LAMP. 1st quarter 20th century. The leaded glass shade with rows of geometric caramel slag glass above a border of darker brown floral buds alternating with white teardrops. Fitted to an unmarked molded brass vasiform base. SIZE: Shade: 8-1/4″ h x 18-3/4″ dia.; Overall lamp: 24″ h. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Overall very good with some stress cracks in glass. The base with original surfaces, very good overall. 9-21952 (800-1,200)

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4319

LARGE STEUBEN AQUA MARINE GLASS VASE. Early 20th century. This unsigned Steuben pale green/blue translucent example with everted rim joined to a short stem with flared foot. SIZE: 10-1/2″ h x 9″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21840 (250-400)

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4320

CONTEMPORARY SIGNED STEUBEN BUD VASE. Clear crystal stem vase with v-shaped mouth. Signed on the underside in script “Steuben”. SIZE: 10″ h. CONDITION: Interior having mineral deposits, otherwise good. 9-23125 (300-500)

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4321

FRENCH PORCELAIN CRUET BY CELIA LAIGHTON THAXTER (1835-1894). Circa 1881. This creamware example decorated with an olive branch above a Greek inscription from Sophocles. Signed by the author and dated 1881. Other examples with this decoration can be seen in her book “An Island Garden”, illustrated by Childe Hassam. SIZE: 5″ h. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-22805 (1,500-2,500)

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4322

GUSTAV STICKLEY COPPER CHAMBERSTICK. The stick having a 1-1/2″ dia. shaft with saucer base, the shaft fitted with a strap type handle with copper rivets. A matching removable bobeche and a copper cone shaped snuffer complete with stick. All hand hammered with the base having a stamped “Alsikkan Clamp” trademark. SIZE: 9″ h x 7″ dia. base. CONDITION: Snuffer with dents and out of round. Otherwise candlestick is very good. 9-21844 (300-500)

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4323

ELEANOR PARKE CUSTIS (American, 1896-1983) “SETTING SUN”. Bromide photographic print shows an evening scene in a harbor with different boats under a setting sun sky. Pencil signed and titled on matte. Housed in a modern black frame with wide black liner. The back having 18 exhibit labels including 1939 Youngstown Camera Club; International Focus Foto Salon, Amsterdam, 1936; Bournemouth Camera Club, 1938; Barry Camera Club, 1936 and other American, English and French exhibits. Original artist label on reverse. SIZE: Sight: 13-1/2″ x 10-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22232 (500-600)

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4324

IMPORTANT AESTHETIC MOVEMENT MARQUETRY BEMBE & KIMBEL SIDE CABINET. 3rd quarter 19th century, New York. Molded rectangular top with turret corners above the conforming rosewood case. The frieze decorated with a floral garland above a single cabinet door with oval convex plaque inlaid with a central floral shield within a floral scrolled marquetry cartouche. Cross banded and bordered by a cast bronze frame leaf tips within floral spandrels. Above a scalloped apron the whole with cast bronze mounts throughout, the plasters mounted with female figures on corbels. The apron centering a cast bronze female mask. The original door lock is inscribed with the maker’s name “A. Bembe & A. Kimbel”. SIZE: 42-1/2″ h x 33-1/2″ w x 16-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good overall with original surfaces and nice patina. The cast bronze trim, beneath the door is in need of minor professional restoration and remounting. 9-23430 (1,000-2,000)

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4325

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. 9-23429 (1,000-2,000)

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4326

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. PROVENANCE: From a private Connecticut home. CONDITION: Stand retains original surfaces. Proper left support broken and disconnected at midpoint, in need of professional restoration. Pediments at top of stand missing fasciae. 9-22626 (1,000-1,500)

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4327

FINE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CARVED PEDESTAL WITH BRONZE MOUNTS. Third quarter 19th century, in the manner of Herter Brothers, NY. Oval top with molded edge above a conforming frieze with incised and gilt decoration continuing to a stepped molding above a secondary frieze fitted with opposing drop panels, each centering a Neo-Classical bronze mask. Central urn flanked by columnar supports, the whole raised on angular stepped molded plinth, all with incised gilt decorated elements. SIZE: 46″ h x 23-1/2″ l x 15-1/2″ w. CONDITION: With original dark surfaces. Veneer on top rippled from moisture damage. 3″ section of secondary frieze absent. Otherwise good. 9-22367 (1,000-1,500)

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4328
Revised: 8/22/2011

Additional Information: Please Note: The un-upholstered chair is also missing the inlay on the back crest.

IMPORTANT 4-PIECE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT ROSEWOOD PARLOR SUITE ATTRIBUTED TO HERTER BROS. Third quarter 19th century, New York. Comprised of a triple-back settee, a pair of armchairs and an additional armchair conforming to the settee. Decorated overall with borders of marquetry vinery within an ebony ground. Settee and single armchair with ornate cresting, each centered with a hand painted porcelain medallion decorated with fanciful herons. Three of four pieces retain original brocade fabric with tufted backs, armrests and headrests. Curved arms with scrolled supports and 3-dimensional lion mask centering shaped overupholstered seats. Seat rails decorated with marquetry floral bouquets. Each frontal scrolled leg terminating in hairy paw feet, raised on brass capped casters. Frames delicately ornamented with incised giltwork. Reference: Herter Brothers, Furniture and Interiors for a Gilded Age by Howe/ Frelinghuysen/Voorsanger. For similar treatment of crestrail and plaque, see fig 105, page 120. For similar form and composition of legs, see fig 96, page 112. SIZE: Settee: 39-1/2″ h of back x 73″ l x 32″ d, 17″ h of seat. Conforming chair: 39″ h of back x 24″ w, 15″ h of seat. Armchairs: 36″ h of back x 24″ w, 16″ h of seat. PROVENANCE: From a private Connecticut home. CONDITION: With original surfaces and rich patina. Structurally very good. Upholstery on three pieces, clean and serviceable, seat of one armchair needs to be retied. One armchair with upholstery removed. 9-22624 (10,000-15,000)

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4329

ISFAHAN ORIENTAL CARPET, NORTH PERSIA. Second half 20th century. Hexagonal poled turquoise central medallion on wine red field within deep and medium indigo spandrels. Densely populated overall with polychrome flower heads. Blue/black main border with floral latticework and with eight guard borders, all with polychrome devices. SIZE: 9′ 2″ x 12′ 2″. CONDITION: With full pile, but with evidence of insect damage in multiple areas. 9-23433 (1,000-2,000)

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4330

NORTHWEST PERSIAN RUNNER. Row of five arabesque pink and turquoise medallions on a blue/black ground with dense floral latticework within turquoise and ivory spandrels within medium indigo main border of polychrome floral vinery. SIZE: 3′ 6″ x 16′. CONDITION: Retains full pile with losses to selvage to one side. Very good. 9-22499 (600-800)

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4331

CLASSICAL REVIVAL GILT BRONZE AND GLASS CENTER BOWL. Late 19th century. The oval cut-glass bowl mounted within a conforming bronze base cast with anthemion leaves supported by four semi-nude Nubian women standing on an oval plinth raised on claw feet with scrolling floral returns. SIZE: 11-1/4″ h x 9″ l x 6″ w. CONDITION: Very good overall with losses to black paint on figures. 9-21995 (400-600)

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4332

PAIR OF FRENCH ROCOCO CAST BRONZE CHENETS. Mid 19th century. The figural pair depicting a male and a female deity seated amidst scrolling waves centering a stylized throne. SIZE: 13-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: From a private Connecticut home. CONDITION: Each with original surfaces and nice patina. Male figure missing what probably was a scepter or spear. Otherwise very good. 9-22629 (2,000-3,000)

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4333

BAROQUE STYLE FRENCH CAST-BRONZE LOG CARRIER. Mid 19th century. The basket woven sides cast with scrolling floral clusters and leaf tips beneath the mask of a mythical ram’s head within a ribbon tied wreath within a rope-twist frame. The whole raised on hairy claw feet joined by turned supports. SIZE: 18″ h x 23-1/2″ l x 15″ w. PROVENANCE: From a private Connecticut home. CONDITION: Very good overall, no restoration noted. 9-22622 (1,500-2,500)

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4334

PAIR OF SECOND EMPIRE CAST BRONZE AND MARBLE CANDELABRA. Second half of the 19th century. Each four-light, three-armed candelabrum cast with three scrolling arms each hung with chain. The tapering, cylindrical, dark gray marble shaft fitted with an ormolu band, joined to pendant drops, continuing to a cast bronze circular base, raised on three paw feet and mounted on a round marble plinth SIZE: 23″h. CONDITION: Very good overall, the gilt brass somewhat tarnished. Some chains need reattachment. 9-22573 (400-600)

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4335

PAIR OF AMERICAN NEOCLASSICAL CAST-BRASS CANDELABRA. 2nd half 19th century. Each candelabrum with five sea-scrolled candle arms beneath a central candle cup. the candle cups cast with water leaves. All suspended with clear prisms. Joined to a central decorated standard, joined to a tripartite base. Each side decorated with a cast flower head on a concave molded plinth with splayed cast feet,scrolled returns and toes. SIZE: 18-1/4″h (overall). PROVENANCE: From a private Connecticut home. CONDITION: With overall wear to gilded surfaces, somewhat tarnished, otherwise very good. 9-22627 (2,000-3,000)

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4336

ITALIANATE ROCOCO REVIVAL CENTER TABLE. Third quarter 19th century, continental. Rectangular top with outset corners above conforming frieze carved with S-scrolled leaf tips raised on scrolling legs carved with full-bodied wingless putti continuing to scrolled snail feet above hairy paw feet. SIZE: 29″ h x 32″ l x 21″ w. CONDITION: Opposing feet have been reattached, otherwise good. 9-23020 (400-600)

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4337

PAIR OF CONTINENTAL GLASS TOP CONSOLES. First half 20th century. Silver gilt console tables each with rectangular molded frame top centering Venetian style mirror plate above conforming frieze applied with carved scrolling leaf tips raised on tapering fluted cylindrical legs with ringed cuffs. SIZE: 36″ h x 48-1/2″ l x 24-1/2″ w. CONDITION: With original gilt surfaces and mirror plates. Minor chips and scratches to gilded surfaces throughout. Overall very good. 9-23117 (3,000-5,000)

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4338

PAIR OF CONTINENTAL CARVED FIGURAL HARDWOOD PEDESTALS. 20th century. Each carved with a wingless putto wrapped in grapevines supporting a large clam shell on an Italianate plinth with scrolled feet. Each now in cream paint. SIZE: 55″ h. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Both with shrinkage cracks. 9-23118 (1,000-1,500)

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4339

RUSSIAN CASED SET OF 12 SILVER FOOTED SALTS & SPOONS BY GABRIEL & MICHAEL GRACHEV. The round three-footed salts monogrammed on the side and marked on base “84” “1893”. Along with spoons in a shovel design, also monogrammed and hallmarked. All housed in an oak fitted velvet lined case with Grachev silk lined top. WEIGHT: 20.8 tr. oz. SIZE: Salts: 1″ h x 2-1/4″ dia. Spoons: 2-3/4″. Case: 2″ h x 15-1/4″ x 9-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good, the case with split on top and one missing clasp. 9-23157 (2,500-3,500)

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4340

RUSSIAN CASED 7-PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE BY EGOR SAMOSHIN. Each piece hallmarked with Kokoshnik mark, smaller pieces marked “9A”. The holloware pieces marked “EG” and Samoshin in Cyrillic. The set consisting of: 5-1/2″ teapot; 5″ covered sugar; 3-1/2″ creamer; 6-1/2″ tea strainer; 4-3/4″ tea scoop; 5-1/4″ fork; and 5-3/4″ sugar tongs. The sugar, creamer, and teapot having cast decorative handles, gold wash interior, and a cutout decoration on its raised base. The other pieces with gold wash bowls and matching handles. The sugar tongs with waffle interior, slightly different handle. The oak case having a fitted velvet interior, the top silk lining with Russian writing. The top of the oak box has a presentation as follows: “Presented to Mr. & Mrs. Wragg as a token of their kind esteem by the Moscow Lace & Curtain Factory, Fletcher September 6, 1913″. WEIGHT: 28.4 tr. oz. SIZE: Box: 4-3/4″ h x 16-1/2″ x 13”. CONDITION: Box has crack in top, silver is very good. 9-23159 (6,000-9,000)

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4341

FINE RUSSIAN SILVER FOOTED BOWL. Several Russian hallmarks to bottom including “A.T 1844” (D.Tverskoy-St. Petersburg); “84” “CT”; an oval mark “875” with head facing right. Also a round double anchor mark for St. Petersburg (1818-1864). Bowl having a gold wash interior with repose roses, C-scrolls, and vinery. Plain round foot. WEIGHT: 10 tr. oz. SIZE: 2-3/4″ h x 7-1/4″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22604 (1,500-2,000)

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4342

RUSSIAN SILVER SQUARE TEA CADDY. The square bottle form having an interior silver mounted cork with ring and outer cover. The bottom marked with a Kokoshnik mark of “84” with head facing right. Oval mark “BTC” in Cyrillic for V.T. Sokolov, 1892-1908, Moscow. The stopper also hallmarked “BTC”. The square caddy having four engraved panels, three of flowers with decorative borders, the other a woman with a parasol standing with ornate border. WEIGHT: 12 tr. oz. SIZE: 5-3/4″ h x 3-1/2″ sq. CONDITION: Area below woman on bottom edge with small dents, two other small dent, otherwise very good. 9-22600 (1,800-2,400)

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4343

RUSSIAN DECORATED HINGED SILVER BOX. Hallmarked “84” and a later “875” with makers mark “NK” with a Kokoshnik mark, 1896-1908. The rectangular hinged box having interesting engraved decoration with cigar bands going horizontal and vertical. The interior having a partial gold wash and inscription on inside of cover. WEIGHT: 21.7 tr. oz. SIZE: 2-1/4″ h x 7″ x 4-3/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22606 (3,500-4,500)

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4344

RUSSIAN SILVER TWO-HANDLED WINE COASTER. The side marked with the oval Kokoshnik mark (1896-1908) with a makers mark “5A” (Artel number 5). The footed coaster having the top 1″ a cross banded reticulated border supporting two fancy scroll handles & a gold wash interior. WEIGHT: 9.3 tr. oz. SIZE: 4-1/2″ h x 7″ dia. (with handles); 4″ dia. (without handles). CONDITION: Very good. 9-22607 (1,750-2,250)

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4345

OUTSTANDING RUSSIAN RELIEF DECORATED HANDLED MUG. Bottom having St. Petersburg Assayers mark “M.K 1827” (M. Karpinskiy, 1825-1838). Also marked “84” with a St. Petersburg hallmark of double anchor (1818-1864). Maker’s mark “P.M” (P. Madsen). The mug having a figural handle with bust of man with feathered helmet. The mugs body having a relief decoration to bottom section of the three dancing Graces interspersed with a cherub and lyre on plinth. The top section having three framed panels, one being a child pulling a wagon with Empress and peacock; another panel showing a cherub lighting a torch in front of a seated woman with urn; the third panel shows a figure of a woman filling a chalice from a pitcher seated in a chariot pulled by two dolphin fish. Each of the panels is hallmarked “84”. WEIGHT: SIZE: 5-1/2″ with handle x 3-1/2″ dia. (without handle). CONDITION: On the side there appears to be a very old professional repair which shows a small crease, otherwise very good. 9-22608 (3,500-4,500)

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4346

CASED SET OF TWELVE FABERGE SILVER SPOONS. The 4-3/4″ spoons having a shell handle, gold wash bowls, and hallmarked with a star with a hammer and “KF” in Cyrillic on outside of bowls along with sickle “875” which was used after 1958 and an “MIPO” within a square. Housed in a leather square fitted box with the Faberge logo. WEIGHT: 7 tr. oz. CONDITION: Spoons are very good, case shows wear to corners, otherwise good. 9-23160 (1,650-2,250)

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4347

TWO SETS OF ENAMELED STERLING SPOONS. Set 1) Russian enamel set includes six 4-1/4″ small spoons having light blue enameled decoration with white dot border. A small blue and white flower incorporated into the light blue decoration. Top front enamel decorated is the same as the top back. Marked “84” (875 Silver) and marked “CK” within a square. Set 2) Five 4-1/2″ small spoons having a deep blue enamel back with white dot border. The shaped handle also having deep blue enameling. Marked “880R” and a maker’s mark, probably Continental. Weight: 5.8 tr. oz. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Set two has enamel losses, mainly to two spoons. Set one is very good. 9-97078 (800-1,200)

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4348

LOT OF TEN BLACK DECORATED RUSSIAN SPOONS. Lot consists of six 5-1/2″ Russian spoons with handle decorated front and bowl decorated on the back with black enamel foliate scrolls. Marked “84”, “B.C. 1865” (Viktor Savinkov) and maker’s mark “HA”. Four 5-1/2″ spoons with Niello-type decoration of flowers. These teaspoons are marked with a star “875 C49”. 20th Century. Weight: 6.5 tr. oz. SIZE: As noted. CONDITION: Some black enamel work missing. Generally good. 9-97078-3 (800-1,200)

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4349

RUSSIAN SILVER CHASED VASE. 19th century. Hallmarked “84” for purity, and with additional maker’s marks of unknown identity. Nice example with everted beaded rim engraved throughout with cartouches in which are depicted herons amidst dense foliage. Chased overall with scrolling dense vinery. SIZE: 6″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21768 (300-500)

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4350

TWO RUSSIAN IMPERIAL DINNER PLATES, IMPERIAL RUSSIAN PLATE AND ENGLISH EXAMPLE WITH WATERLOO PROVENANCE. 19th and early 20th century. The pair of plates in blue, green and cinnabar enamel with gold gilt accents and with a gilt rondel of the Imperial Russian eagle, the border of which with Cyrillic lettering. The reverse of one of these plates with underglaze-blue Imperial porcelain manufacturer’s mark. A white dinner plate with cobalt blue border, the Russian Imperial eagle painted along the side and with a Imperial Russian Palace mark in dark green glaze. The fourth example, a plate purported to be one from the breakfast set presented to a Duke by his Staff Officers on the 1st anniversary of the Battle at Waterloo. SIZE: 8-1/2″ dia.; 9-1/4″ dia.; 8-1/2″ dia. respectively. PROVENANCE: From a West Virginia Collection. The Waterloo plate with period documentation glued to underside of plate and preserved with heavy coat of shellac obliterating some words. CONDITION: The pair of plates in very good condition overall but with areas of loss to gilding and paint in center of plates. The white dinner plate very good overall. The Waterloo service plate with old staple repair across center, otherwise good. 9-21795 (1,500-2,500)

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4351

NAHUM TSCHACBASOV (American/Russian, 1899-1984) ABSTRACT HEAD. Bronze sculpture showing the abstract elongated necked head on a round base. Signed on top of base. SIZE: 4-1/4″ h x 3-1/4″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-23083 (200-400)

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4352

RUSSIAN ICON OF MADONNA & CHILD. An interesting icon having a velvet back over a curved wood panel topped with a gold surface framing the head of a painted Madonna & child. Cyrillic writing at left center (Kazanskya). The gold has some polychrome decoration and a nice embossed border with winged cherub heads at corners. SIZE: 14″ x 12-1/2″. CONDITION: Some wear to polychrome coloring, curve in board, otherwise very good. 9-23166 (1,500-2,000)

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4353

RUSSIAN ICON MOTHER OF GOD. Oil painted icon showing Madonna & child surrounded by a gilt silver Basma decorated with flowers (hallmarked “84 N.K. 1877”. A later added enameled double halo set with semi-precious stones and colorful enamel work, hallmarked “84 AK”. The wood panel back having two slat stabilizer. SIZE: 15-3/4″ x 13-1/4″. CONDITION: Painted surface with extensive cracking, otherwise very good. 9-23167 (3,000-4,000)

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4354

RUSSIAN GOLD CIGARETTE CASE. Exceptionally fine Russian 14kt yellow gold cigarette case has impressed curving diagonal lines fanning across the top and bottom of the case. Lid of the cigarette case is further decorated with a white gold crown encrusted with round and rose cut diamonds. Case is finished with a cabochon blue sapphire knob and blue woven silk tassel. Inside the case is an applied plaque with the Coat of Arms of the Russian Prince Michael Evlanoff. Case is impressed on the inside with a “56” hallmark indicating 14kt gold. Along with the case is a calling card of Prince Michael Evlanoff with a handwritten note on the card “This little souvenir is my deepest gratitude for your sincere friendship, trust, devotion and all your efforts and sacrifices in helping me to publish the book about Alfred Nobel. The success of this book will be your success because you made it. Thank you…God Bless You. Always Yours. Michael”. SIZE: Box is 3-5/8″ x 2-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with only minor wear to bottom of box. 9-23163 (12,000-16,000)

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4355

RUSSIAN GOLD CIGARETTE CASE BY MOROZOV. Lovely Russian gold cigarette case is cast with sunburst reeding. Lid is further decorated with applied gold souvenirs; some of the applied souvenirs are enameled or jeweled including a badge of the Order of St. Stanislas. The case is finished with a cabochon sapphire thumb piece. Interior of the lid is has an engraved inscription in Finnish which translates “Viktor Sahlberg From Friends and Colleagues”. Inscription is dated “14 July 1925”. Interior of case is hallmarked with work master’s initials “IP” and “Morozov” in Cyrillic as well as the “56 Standard”. Cigarette case is accompanied by a red leatherette fitted box. SIZE: 2-5/8″ x 4″. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with a tiny dent to the edge of the case below the thumb piece. 9-23164 (6,500-8,500)

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4356

OUTSTANDING SILVER & ROCK CRYSTAL SCULPTURE OF BEAR & WALRUS BY GABRIEL & MICHAEL GRACHEV. The silver bear atop fighting with a silver walrus, all set on a rock crystal iceberg. The bears foot with Russian hallmarks, (face right “84” (St. Petersburg) with the mark of Gabriel & Michael Grachev). SIZE: 7-1/2″ h x 9-1/4″ l. CONDITION: Crystal has a couple of shell fractures, otherwise very good. 9-23158 (10,000-15,000)

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4357

EARLY 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN CAUCASIAN HIGH QUALITY MIQUELET-LOCK PISTOL. Probably from the Dagaestan Region of the Caucasus with fine silverwork decorating the barrel & lock, compressed spherical ivory pommel with great patina having a silver mount with ring. Bevel sided spherical trigger with ivory escutcheon. Ramrod present. SIZE: 18″ l. CONDITION: The silverwork is very nice, some light dings to wood. Overall very good. 9-23169 (3,000-5,000)

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4358

FINE 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER MOUNTED SWORD (SHASQA). The sharp edge curved blade having 5″ of engraved design with scrolls & flowers. The handle in gilt silver with niello decorated silver inlay. The handle with a top notch. Unsigned. The matching scabbard in leather having silver niello work on the tip, mid-section, and top sections. The top niello section of the scabbard having a date of “1896” with a flower below. SIZE: Scabbard: 34″. Overall sword: 35-1/2″. Blade is 30″. CONDITION: Very good, some minor wear to scabbard leather, nice patina. 9-23168 (6,000-9,000)

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4359

CHINESE MULTI-DRAWER MAHOGANY AND TEAK STORAGE CABINET. 2nd Quarter 20th century. Rectangular case with a pair of paneled doors opening to a fully fitted interior of two aligned short drawers over a bank of 11 long drawers, all with floral carved grips. The makers and retailers label affixed to the back; “J. L. GEORGE PROP/805 AVENUE ROAD/SHANGHAI, CHINA”. SIZE: 51″h x 38″w x 23-1/2″d. CONDITION: Structurally very good with shrinkage cracks at rear of top. 9-22725 (3,000-5,000)

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4360

KASHAN ORIENTAL RUG, CENTRAL PERSIA. Second half 20th century. Blue/black arabesque poled medallion on claret red field within blue/black spandrels. Blue/black main border with multiple guard borders. All with dense polychrome floral vinery. SIZE: 9′ 9″ x 12′ 6″. CONDITION: Very good with full pile. 9-23435 (1,000-2,000)

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4361

CAMEL HAMADAN RUNNER, NORTHWEST PERSIA. 1st quarter 20th century. The central diamond poled medallions with geometric indigo and terra-cotta lattice work within a patterned camel field. the central main and guard borders with polychrome floral and geometric trellis work. SIZE: 11′ 6″ x 3′ 7″. PROVENANCE: From a private Ellsworth, Maine collection. CONDITION: Retains nearly full pile. Some old professional areas of repair at ends and corners. 9-21962-1 (800-1,200)

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4362

BAKSHAISH ORIENTAL RUG, WEST PERSIA. Circa 1930. Central rose pink poled medallion on blue/black ground with dense floral polychrome latticework within ivory main border with geometric red trelliswork. SIZE: 3′ 9″ x 5′ 6″. CONDITION: Overall very good with nearly full pile, but with losses to one end at outside border. 9-23148 (150-200)

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4363

MARBLE GROUP “LOOKING OVER THE WALL”. Late 19th century, probably Italian. A charming group depicting the busts of three children huddled together with contented expressions looking at something from over the top of a wall. Child on right wearing a bonnet with floral decorated band, child on left with right arm extended over wall, the frieze on the wall with scrolling floral garland. Unsigned. White marble with light brown graining. Accompanied by a molded oak plinth. SIZE: 9-1/2″ h x 14″ w, stand: 3″ h x 14″ l x 6″ w. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-23147 (800-1,200)

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4364

PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL ROCK CRYSTAL CANDLESTICKS. Late 19th, early 20th century. Candle cup of urn form design above circular drip pan joined to swelled cylindrical shaft on circular plinth raised on stepped square base. SIZE: 10-1/4″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Bar Harbor, Maine home. CONDITION: One drip pan with hairline at shaft and with inclusion on corner of base. Second example with horizontal inclusion on bottom step of base. Very good overall. 9-23361 (800-1,200)

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4365

PAIR OF ITALIAN GRAND TOUR ALABASTER AND MARBLE CANDLESTICKS. Late 19th century. Of Classical form, the bobeche and bases of carved alabaster, the bases of water leaf design. Shafts of breschia marble in shades of beige, cream and brown. SIZE: 9-1/2″ h. CONDITION: One candlestick broken in two places in shaft and reassembled. Second candlestick has been glued together at seams. Underside of plinth with some loss. 9-23363 (600-1,000)

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4366

PAIR OF ENGLISH STERLING SILVER & LAPIS LAZULI CANDLESTICKS. The candlesticks hallmarked “London 1897/8”. The fine pair of sticks having a central column of blue lapis in a twist rope & column form, double stepped square top and stepped square base. Maker’s mark “A.E”. SIZE: 9-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good, one repair to top of shaft. 9-23364 (800-1,200)

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4367

OVAL MICROMOSAIC GILT METAL AND ENAMEL BOX. First quarter 20th century, Rome. In the style of the Belle Epoque the micromosaic top with depiction of Coliseum set within hinged oval lid opening to silk lined interior, stamped in gold lettering beneath the shield “C. ROCCHEGGIANI/ROMA”. Frieze with polychrome enamel floral vinery, the whole on ball feet. SIZE: 1-3/4″ h x 4-1/2″ l x 3-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good with minimal twisting to lid. 9-23368 (1,000-1,500)

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4368

FINE CONTINENTAL ENAMEL AND PAINT DECORATED SILVER PILL BOX. Late 19th/early 20th C. This nice example in the form of a small pail with hinged lids and rope-twist handle. The sloping lids decorated with a garland of enameled daisies. The luminous ivory ground simulating basketweave. Within the basket on the base, is a “935” hallmark with an additional square illegible hallmark to the right. SIZE: 2-1/4″ high overall x 2-1/4″ l x 1-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Overall in very fine condition. 9-22552 (500-700)

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4369

FOUR BRONZE ART MEDALS. 1) 2-3/4″ bronze commemorating the Hopi tribe, the edge inscribed “The society of medalists third issue”. Also, “Medallic Art Co. NY”. The obverse showing five Hopi Indians, one grabbing a snake. The reverse showing them running with snakes in hand titled “Prayer for Rain”. The medal signed “H.A. MacNeil”. 2) Same as above except with green patina. 3) 2-3/4″ bronze medallion commemorating Charles A. Lindbergh. The edge “The society of medalists forth issue”. Also, “Medallic Art Co. NY”. The obverse showing a bust of Lindbergh with his plane in the background. The reverse showing a skeleton with robe, an eagle, and nude woman with wind blower. Housed in its original box. 4) Bronze medallion commemorating Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The edge marked “Tiffany & Co.. The obverse having a bust of Longfellow within wreath edge dated “1807-1907”. Signed by the sculptor R.L. Pratt, 1907. The reverse inscribed “Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Poet Born Portland, Maine February 27-1807 Died in Cambridge Massachusetts March 24-1882”. CONDITION: Generally very good, some high surfaces with minimal wear. 9-22550 (300-500)

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4370

AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE STYLE WALNUT FOUR DRAWER SPECIMEN CABINET. First quarter, 19th century. The miniature chest of drawers fitted with four elongated drawers, raised on bracket feet with shaped returns. Each drawer now lined with red velvet. Last used for the display of medals. SIZE: 9-1/2″h x 17″w x 11″d. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-22910 (500-800)

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4371

CONTINENTAL SILVER TANKARD. Bottom marked “800” with a swan “V.S.H” within a shield, probably German. Gold wash interior, the lid having a seated lion holding an enameled shield. Decorative thumb lift with serpent handle having fish scales & tail. The body decorated with two battle scenes of men in boat. WEIGHT: 23.6 tr. oz. SIZE: 8-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22601 (1,800-2,400)

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4372

PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TABLE PHEASANTS BY WYLER. Each pheasant fitted with articulating wings which are hinged and can raise up and down. The pheasants head is removable exposing a small perforated cap with ring pull. The side of the neck marked “Wyler 925″ with a maker’s mark. WEIGHT: 32 tr. oz. SIZE: 7-3/4″ h x 15” l. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Very good, some slight bending to tail feathers, one with open tear at edge. 9-23547 (800-1,200)

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4373

OUTSTANDING IRISH STERLING SILVER RACING TROPHY LOVING CUP. Maker E. Johnson, Dublin, 1962. The two scroll handled cup having a round footed base with gadrooned decoration. The body having a half ribbed decoration with flower tops. Inscribed “New York Racing Association – The ASPCA Centennial Cup-Aqueduct-June 17, 1966-Won by-Pine Tree Stable’s Gee Judge”. WEIGHT: 39 tr. oz. SIZE: 6-3/4″ h x 6-1/2″ dia. (without handles); 11-3/4″ dia. (with handles). PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Very good. 9-23544 (1,500-2,500)

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4374

FINE STERLING SILVER ENGLISH SUGAR CASTER BY CRICHTON BROTHERS. Hallmarked London, 1932, “LAC” (Crichton Bros.). Bottom marked “Crichton Bros. London & New York”. The tall caster having eight-paneled sides with applied decoration. WEIGHT: 13 tr. oz. SIZE: 8″ h. PROVENANCE: From a fine Maine home. CONDITION: Very good. 9-23176 (1,000-1,500)

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4375

FINE CASED ENGLISH STERLING & BONE FISH SET. Maker’s mark “GH”, Sheffield, 1928. The walnut case marked “Catchpole & Williams”. Set consisting of twelve 7-3/4″ knives; twelve 6-3/4″ 4-Tyne forks. The handles are polished bone with a yellow patina. The pieces marked with English hallmarks. Knife blades having engraved decoration of net trap with fish swimming. PROVENANCE: Woolworth Collection (F.W. Woolworth Dept. Store). CONDITION: Silver is very good, bone with some age cracks & discoloration. Case in generally very good condition. 9-21821 (300-500)

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4376

ENGLISH CHIPPENDALE STYLE JAPANNED CABINET ON STAND. 2nd half 20th century. Fine benchmade example, chinoisserie decorated on black ground in two parts. Rectangular cabinet mounted with filigreed cast brass hinges, escutcheons and mounts. Decorated overall with pastoral scenes with figures in foreground. Doors opening to an interior fitted with an arrangement of drawers, all with chinoisserie decoration. Fitted to the conforming stand raised on square tapered legs with reticulated reserves. Legs joined by a medial shelf. SIZE: Overall 68″ h x 46-1/2″ w x 17-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-23524 (2,000-3,000)

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4377

WILLIAM IV THREE TIER CARVED MAHOGANY DUMBWAITER. Mid 19th century. Each shelf with 3/4 gallery on rectangular supports with scrolled returns continuing to bar bases with ogival corners mounted with stamped brass floral rosettes raised on suppressed ball beaded feet. SIZE: 43″ h overall x 42″ w x 17-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Professionally repolished. Very good overall. 9-21906 (1,200-1,500)

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4378

FINE ENGLISH VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SUNDERLAND TABLE. Mid 19th century. The rectangular hinged leaves with matched bookend figured veneers joined to a central barrel cylinder, each side with a pair of Y-form support gates. The central rectangular pedestal with in-curved sides on an ogee molded plinth joined to a platform continuing to four outswept shaped feet. SIZE: 28-3/4″ h x 36-1/2″ l x 15-1/2″ w (closed);Top Open: 35-1/2″ x 36″. PROVENANCE: Descended through the family of Shepherd Brooks, Boston, MA. & Medford, MA. CONDITION: With original surfaces, rich brown color and good patina. Damage to cap on one end of cylinder and with veneer losses to all four legs. Otherwise structurally very good. 9-22191 (1,000-2,000)

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4379

PAINTED AND DECORATED COFFEE TABLE IN THE ORIENTAL PALETTE. 18th and 20th Century. A designer coffee table comprised of a 20th century frame, green paint and gilt decorated with craquelure. Inset with a fine polychrome painted, leather panel depicting a processional, now mounted on a board and displayed beneath a glass top within the table. It is our feeling that the painted hide surface was once a covering for a camphor trunk, probably Chinese Export, 1st half 19th Century. SIZE: 14″h (overall), 46-3/4″l x 25″w. Panel 43″ x 21″. PROVENANCE: Woolworth Collection (F.W. Woolworth Dept. Store). CONDITION: Overall in very good condition. The table with wear from use. The painted panel with some water damage along top floral border and outer border. 9-21285 (600-900)

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4380

ASSOCIATED SET OF 22 ROYAL WORCESTER SCENIC PLATES OF BRITISH ESTATES & GARDENS, ARTIST SIGNED. The lot is a combination of a set of twelve hand painted plates with the Worcester backstamp and datemark of 1929; each plate titled with the name of the property and depicting the residence in the center of the plate framed by trees with titles such as “Wick”, “Welford on Avon”, “Cropthorne” all painted by either C. Creese or N. Ayrton. The second group of ten plates depicting garden landscapes with the Worcester backstamp and datemark of 1901 titled in script with names such as “Princess Charlottes Garden. Claremont”, “The Lake at Bramham Park. Yorkshire”, all signed by artist R. Rushton. SIZE: 10-3/4″ dia.; 10-1/2″ dia. respectively. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Generally very good, three with minor knife marks. The ten garden series in very good overall condition with the exception of one plate with a shallow, 1/2″ diameter rim chip lower left corner facing. 9-23551 (2,000-3,000)

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4381

RARE SET OF TWELVE ROYAL DOULTON GAME PLATES. Late 19th/Early 20th century. These 9-1/2″ cabinet plates with gold gilt rim, signed by the artist J. Birbeck and individually titled with the name of the game bird illustrated. Each plate marked with retailer’s mark for Ovington Bros. Co., New York. SIZE: 9-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Two plates with very slight surface scratch in center. Otherwise, the set is in very fine condition. 9-22365 (800-1,200)

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4382

EXCEPTIONAL SET OF SIX DRESDEN GILT DECORATED CABINET PLATES. 1st half 20th century. These fine examples decorated overall with gold gilt C-scrolls, floral sprays and with reticulated basket weave borders alternating with floral cartouches. Each plate marked in under-glaze blue “Dresden/Germany”. SIZE: 9″ diameter. PROVENANCE: From a fine Maine home. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-22217 (600-800)

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4383

FINE SET OF 17 DRESDEN GILT DECORATED SERVICE PLATES. First quarter 20th century. These fine 9-1/2″ examples with broad scrolling gilt decorated foliate borders additionally decorated with turquoise and coral pointilated flower heads. The center of the plate with scrolled monogram within a border or floral garlands. All on an ivory ground. Underside marked overglaze “Richard Wehsener/Dresden”. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Gilt surfaces show minor surface scratches from light usage. No chips, cracks or other imperfections noted. Very good overall. 9-20673 (1,000-1,500)

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4384

SET OF TWELVE MINTON GILT AND PAINT DECORATED SERVICE PLATES. Second half 20th century. Each with a Minton backstamp and with the name of the retailer Tiffany & Co/New York, and with model number in gold paint “H 4968/R”. Each plate decorated with alternating indigo and buff rectangular panels alternating with scrolling gilded reserves within a gold floral border, all on an ivory ground and with a central floral gilt decorated rondel. SIZE: 10-1/2″ dia. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-23549 (1,200-2,400)

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4385

SET OF ELEVEN GILT DECORATED AND PAINTED ROYAL WORCESTER PLATES. Circa 1899. Each plate hand decorated with a unique cluster of fruit within a central rondel, all artist signed “R. SEBRIGHT”, all within scrolling gilt borders alternating with floral filled urns on a mottled blue/gray band. SIZE: 9″ dia. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Overall very good, some with light surface knife marks. 9-23550 (1,000-1,500)

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4386

GROUP OF FOUR FLORA DANICA ROYAL COPENHAGEN LUNCHEON PLATES. Each plate paint decorated with a floral branch and identified with the Latin name of the flower within a gilt decorated reticulated border. The reverse with Royal Copenhagen backstamp in green above three wave lines and painted with number “20” over “3554”. The plates are titled 1) “Orobus vernus. L.” 2) “Arabis petroea. Loc. glabra” 3) Cerastium arvense. L.” 4) “Geranium molle. L.” SIZE: 8-3/4″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-23483 (1,000-1,400)

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4387

LADY’S DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING. Beautiful lady’s diamond ring has center solitaire diamond weighing approx. 3.49ct. Diamond has I1 clarity and H color. Stone is set in a 14kt white gold crown with 14kt yellow gold band. Band is stamped on the inside “14K”. Ring is accompanied by a jeweler’s appraisal, dated Jan. 11, 2008. PROVENANCE: From a fine Maine home. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-21984 (18,000-22,000)

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4388

LADY’S PLATINUM & DIAMOND RING. Lovely lady’s platinum ring has center 1.65ct round European cut diamond with I1 clarity and G color. Center diamond is flanked on each side by two baguette diamonds; VS in clarity and HI color. Center stone is mounted in a four prong setting. Ring is accompanied by a jeweler’s appraisal dated 10/27/10. PROVENANCE: From a Bangor, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-22882 (3,000-5,000)

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4389

MAN’S 14KT GOLD & DIAMOND RING. Very nice man’s diamond ring has center round brilliant cut diamond; approx. 1.65ct (estimated by measurements). Diamond is housed in an octagonal white gold illusion mounting with eight prong setting. The stone is eye clean and appears to be of good color. Heavy yellow gold band is marked “14K Jabel”. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-21981 (2,000-4,000)

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4390

LADY’S WHITE GOLD & DIAMOND BRACELET. Extremely pretty 14kt (tested) white gold bracelet is set with a double row of round brilliant cut diamonds with a total weight of approx. 12.30ct. Bracelet opens from the side with a double safety catch. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-23165 (7,000-10,000)

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4391

LADY’S PLATINUM, DIAMOND & STAR SAPPHIRE BRACELET. Beautiful lady’s bracelet has nine open links, each set with a center star sapphire; each measuring 5 x 6mm. Each link is connected with a platinum bar, each set with three round brilliant cut diamonds each measuring approx. 2.5mm in diameter. Bracelet is finished with a hidden diamond clasp. Marked on the underside of the clasp “Iridplat”. SIZE: 7″ l. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-23155 (2,500-4,500)

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4392

LADY’S 14KT GOLD TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND RING & EARRINGS. Matching set of ring and earrings are set with emerald cut deep green tourmaline in a 14kt (tested) white gold four prong setting. Ring has three round single cut diamonds on each shoulder measuring approx. 2mm diameter. Tourmaline in the ring is approx. 16.5mm x 11mm. Each earring is set with two emerald cut green tourmalines connected by a drop of four round brilliant cut diamonds; approx. 2mm diameter. Earrings are finished with a screw back. Top tourmaline in earrings is approx. 7.5mm x 8.5mm while the lower tourmaline is approx. 8mm x 11mm diameter. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-23156 (3,000-5,000)

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4393

FABULOUS 81-PIECE STERLING FLATWARE SET BY REED & BARTON IN THE “LOVE DISARMED” PATTERN. Lot consists of: Twelve 9-3/4″ knives; Twelve 5-3/4″ butter knives; Twelve 7-3/4″ forks; Twelve 6″ forks; Twelve 7-1/4″ spoons; Twelve 6″ teaspoons; Two-piece 10-1/2″ salad set with gold wash bowls; 12-3/4″ pie server with pierced blade; 10-1/2″ flat serving fork with pierced blade; 9-3/4″ pie server; 8-1/4″ slotted spoon; 6-1/2″ ladle; 6″ sugar spoon; 7-1/2″ master butter knife. Housed in a lined wood case having one drawer & side handles. WEIGHT: (without dinner knives) 149 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22798 (6,000-8,000)

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4394

OUTSTANDING 92-PIECE CASED STERLING FLATWARE SET BY WALLACE IN THE “GRAND BAROQUE” PATTERN. Lot consists of: Twelve 9″ knives; Twelve 6″ butter knives; Twelve 7-1/2″ forks; Twelve 6-1/2″ forks; Twenty-four 6″ teaspoons; Twelve 6″ soup spoons; Two 8″ serving forks; 8-3/4″ table spoon; 9-1/4″ large serving spoon; 6-3/4″ jelly server; 6-1/2″ cheese server; 5-1/2″ three-Tyne fork; 5-1/4″ two-Tyne fork. All housed in a hardwood hinged top box with side handles. WEIGHT: (without knives) 101 tr. oz. SIZE: Case: 3-1/2″ h x 21″ x 16″. CONDITION: Generally very good, shows some use. 9-22396 (5,000-6,000)

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4395

FIVE-PIECE STERLING TEA & COFFEE SET BY GORHAM. Set having ribbed bases, five rib lines at shoulder & top, decorative urn knops and notched handles. All monogrammed with a script “B”. Set consists of: 1) 8″ h pot marked “2370” and date mark 1874. 2) 4-1/2″ teapot marked “2370” and date mark 1874. 3) Covered sugar marked “2370” and date mark 1874. 4) 3-1/4″ creamer marked “2370” and date mark 1874. 5) 2-3/4″ h waste bowl marked “2370” and date mark 1875. WEIGHT:75 tr. oz. CONDITION: 1) Some minor dings, insulator rings with cracks & discoloration. 2) Very good. 3) Small dents & crease in cover and body. 4) Dent at shoulder, some dents & creases in body. 5) Some minor dings. 9-22590 (2,000-3,000)

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4396

LARGE THREE-PIECE STERLING EMPIRE TEA SERVICE. Unmarked, but testing sterling. Each piece has a three-initial monogram “LMH” and “LM Meigs” at shoulder. Each piece with a round pedestal base, four bands of palm shaped decoration, scrolled handles with decorative finials. Set consists of an 11-1/2″ teapot; 8″ creamer; and 10″ covered sugar. WEIGHT: 77 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good, only slight imperfections. 9-21884 (2,000-3,000)

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4397

FOUR-PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA SET BY GORHAM. Set having a half ribbed bottom, pots with black ebony handles and silver & wood knops. Set consists of: 1) 7″ h teapot, marked “A5005 1 pint” with date mark 1883, triple monogram on side. 2) 5-1/4″ teapot marked “5005 7/8 pint” with date mark 1878. 3) 2-1/2″ h open sugar marked “5005” with date mark 1878. 4) 2-3/4″ h creamer marked “5005 1/8 pint”, date mark 1878. WEIGHT: With handles 22 tr. oz. CONDITION: 1) Small dents & creases. 2) Dents & creases. 3) Some dings. 4) Very good. 9-22603 (800-1,200)

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4398

FOUR-PIECE STERLING TEA SET BY CASA PRITO. The Mexican tea set marked on base “925 Sterling Casa Prito Juarez 40 Mexico”. The set consisting of an 12-3/4″ x 8-1/4″ oval platter, 6-1/4″ teapot, 3″ covered sugar, and 3″ creamer with an incised lobe decoration. WEIGHT: 42 tr. oz. SIZE: As noted. CONDITION: Some minor scratches and dents, generally very good. 9-22549 (2,000-3,000)

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4399

HEAVY STERLING MEXICAN TWO-HANDLED TRAY. The oval tray having a decorative line stepped border with interspersed leaves supporting two large D-shaped handles. The bottom marked “Plata 925″. WEIGHT: 91 tr. oz. SIZE: 26″ l (with handles) x 16”. CONDITION: Some light scratches, very good. 9-22548 (1,000-1,500)

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4400

IMPORTANT CLASSICAL EMPIRE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS WITH MIRROR. Mid 19th century, probably New York. The rectangular mirrorplate within an ogee molded surround suspended between two massive turned columns with leafy capitals mounted with accordion brass candle arms, the columns joined to a glove box fitted with a pair of aligned short drawers with cyma curved fronts, stepped back on the rectangular white Carrara marble top above a conforming case fitted with an arrangement of four long drawers; the uppermost with half-round drawer front, flanked by massive S-curved pilasters raised on spool feet. SIZE: Approx. 80″ h x 43″ w x 25″ d. PROVENANCE: Connecticut family home which descended from Sarah Upson Goodrich (Mrs. Oliver R. Beckwith) who descended from the Rev. Charles Chauncey, President of Harvard College and Elder William Brewster. Sarah was a member of the Connecticut chapter of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. CONDITION: With all original surfaces. Columns in need of repolishing, with restoration needed to some leaf tips. Overall good. 9-21872 (1,000-2,000)

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4401

AMERICAN CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY SETTEE. 1st quarter 19th century. The figured crest rail with floral carving above the rectangular upholstered back joined to a rectangular seat continuing to rolled acanthus carved arms with floral terminals raised on acanthus and fruit carved legs raised on massive paw feet headed by fruit and acanthus sprays terminating in brass casters. The whole upholstered in a gold brocade. SIZE: Overall 35″ h x 78″ l. Seat 17″ h. PROVENANCE: Connecticut family home which descended from Sarah Upson Goodrich (Mrs. Oliver R. Beckwith) who descended from the Rev. Charles Chauncey, President of Harvard College and Elder William Brewster. Sarah was a member of the Connecticut chapter of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. CONDITION: Very good overall with old if not original finish and good patina. 9-21869 (1,500-2,500)

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4402

NEW ENGLAND EMPIRE FIGURED MAHOGANY BLIND DOOR SECRETARY. Second quarter 19th century. In two parts, the molded cornice projecting above the figured frieze over a pair of paneled cupboard doors over three aligned short drawers, stepped back and fitted to the lower case, having a folding baize-lined writing surface supported by lopers. Additionally fitted with three graduated long drawers. Case raised on spool and ring turned ball feet. The whole of pronounced figured mahogany. SIZE: 68″ h x 42″ w overall x 19″ d. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Very fine original condition with excellent patina. 9-21959 (400-600)

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4403

FINE AMERICAN CLASSICAL EMPIRE MARBLE TOP CENTER TABLE. Second quarter 19th century. The 12-sided gray-black marble top with tan graining fitted to the conforming cyma curved spool molded apron, raised on three S-scrolled legs joined to a tripartite platform base with scrolling apron raised on rolled feet terminating in casters. SIZE: 31″ h x 35″ dia. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Very good overall with slight cracking in figured veneers on base. 9-21944 (1,500-2,500)

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4404

LARGE CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY PIER TABLE. Second quarter 19th century, New York or Philadelphia. The rectangular figured top above an ogee molded frieze raised on frontal scrolled and acanthus carved frontal supports. Ogee molded back panel framing a rectangular mirror plate, all joined to a shaped shelf with incurved sides raised on scrolling acanthus carved frontal legs. Rear legs are rectangular blocks. SIZE: 39-1/2″ h x 48″ w x 23-1/2″ d. CONDITION: With old, if not original, surfaces. With rich reddish brown color in need of cleaning. With minor veneer losses. Repair to proper right front support at shelf. Mirror plate replaced. Otherwise good. 9-22222 (1,500-2,500)

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4405

PAIR OF MEISSEN PATE SUR PATE VASES. 3rd quarter 19th century. These classical urn form examples each in mauve high glaze. Central celadon colored panels are decorated with beautifully detailed woman and nymph with flowing hair and ribbons and basket above her head. Base of the urns within a gilt decorated wreath on a square plinth. Cast brass lids reticulated and surmounted by a floral knop. Signed on the underside with underglaze blue Meissen cross swords. SIZE: 11-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Overall both are very good with one knop of lid with replaced spherical fastener. Gilding on handles having some professional restoration. 9-23476 (10,000-14,000)

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4406

PAIR OF ENGLISH PATE SUR PATE VASES. Last quarter 19th c. This fine pair of dark green ground vases, each of flattened oviform with short neck and everted rim decorated with holly leaf garland and with simulated ring handles. The first vase with flattened panel decorated with a seated maiden on rock fishing with a putti between olive trees. The second depicting a maiden removing fish from line, the young child looking on, net in left hand. NOTE: The unsigned and unmarked pair being offered is virtually identical to similar pair documented vases. One marked with the signature “Schenck” and the second marked with the monogram of “Marc Louis Solon”. SIZE: 6″H x 4-3/4″W x 3-3/4″D PROVENANCE: From a private Connecticut home. CONDITION: Very fine overall. 9-22623 (4,000-6,000)

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4407

FIGURAL TEAPOT OF MONKEY ATTRIBUTED TO MINTON. 19th century, English. In underglaze blue decoration, the monkey with floral costume gripping a coconut. Lid in form of monkey’s head with knop. Handle, the monkey’s tail. Beneath base is impressed undecipherable maker’s mark. SIZE: 6″ h. PROVENANCE: Acquired by current owners from private collection in Great Britain in 1960s. CONDITION: Very good overall with vibrant color. 9-22885 (3,000-5,000)

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4408

NICE PAIR OF POLYCHROME PAINTED MEISSEN FIGURES. Second half 19th C. First figure of a gentleman in feathered tri-corner hat with green cape, holding a basket of flowers in his left arm and a dog at this feet, gesturing to the accompanying figure of a young woman with purple feathered hat and blue jacket holding an apron full of cut flowers, a recumbent lamb at her feet. She gestures with her left hand towards the male figure. Each statue on a scrolled gilt decorated circular base. At the back of each figure is a tree trunk marked on the base in underglaze blue with crossed swords. SIZE: Male figure stands 13″ and the female figure stands 13-1/4″. CONDITION: The male figure with loss to the third finger on his right hand. Each figure with minimal and minor losses to some flower petals. Otherwise very good. 9-22584 (1,200-1,500)

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4409

FINE SET OF TWELVE MEISSEN FLORAL CABINET PLATES. Each plate having a blue cross sword mark, each with white ground displaying a different floral scene in the center. The rim having different small floral arrangements, separated by butterflies and insects. SIZE: Approximately 9-1/2″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a fine Maine home. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21924 (800-1,200)

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4410

GERMAN PORCELAIN CENTERPIECE DECORATED WITH YOUNG MUSICIANS. Late 19th/early 20th C with the anchor mark of “ERNST BOHNE SONS”. Of rectangular shape with D-formed ends. Decorated overall with ribbon-tied floral sprays in underglaze blue above a scaled apron. Each end surmounted by a naked child playing flute. SIZE: 6-3/4″H x 9-3/4″L x 6-1/2″W PROVENANCE: From a private Connecticut home. CONDITION: With damages to flower petals and leaf tips, slight wear to gilded surfaces, otherwise very good. 9-22630 (800-1,200)

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4411

CONTINENTAL PAINT-DECORATED PORCELAIN VANITY BOX. Late 19th/early 20th century. The shaped oval box with hinged lid, gilt metal mounted lid. The lid with central polychrome painted courting scene within a gilt scrolled border. Opening to interior paint decorated with floral sprays on ivory ground. The concave sides with reserves painted with pastoral scenes, each within gilt-decorated garland border, all on a cobalt ground. Beneath the box in blue are the words “CHATEAU/DE/BLOIS” within a foliate wreath and beneath a crown over a pair of crossed swords/arrows. SIZE: 3-1/2″h x 11″l (overall) x 7″w. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-22599 (800-1,200)

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4412

SEVRES OVAL ENAMELED BOX. This nice turquoise blue enameled box with gilt metal mounted decoration of classical woman picking flowers from a swag. Side decorated with repeating floral swags centering guilloche cast borders. Marked on the underside with Sevres insignia in blue. SIZE: 2″ h x 5″ l x 3″ w. CONDITION: Bottom gilt rim has been reattached to the box. Otherwise very good. 9-23399 (700-900)

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4413

FOUR-PIECE SEVRES TEA SET. Set consisting of a 6″ h covered teapot; 4-1/2″ h covered sugar bowl; 4-1/2″ h creamer; 2-1/2″ h x 5-1/2″ dia. waste bowl. Blue Louis Philippe mark, also having an oval green “S.46”, “S.76”, “S.91”, and a red “Chateau de F. Bleau” (creamer with red mark “1890-1904) with red script “France”. Bodies with a background of white trimmed in gold with a center band having small animals amongst scrolling flowers and a cartouche of a table setting with compote and dishes. PROVENANCE: From a fine Maine home. CONDITION: Creamer has shallow fleck in gold rim, otherwise very good with no cracks or chips. 9-21923 (600-900)

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4414

PAIR OF FINE FRENCH PORCELAIN GARNITURE VASES. Each urn form garniture mounted with gilt metal lions masks and decorated with a central cartouche polychrome-painted with a scene of a mother and child, the reverse painted with a river scene. The incurved neck gilt decorated with ribbon-tied trophy mount fitted with a conforming lid with pineapple knop. The second similarly decorated with a mother and child, a village in the background; the reverse painted with a lake scene with a chateau in the background. The incurve neck gilt decorated with a ribbon-tied musical trophy. Each raised on square brass bases with incurved corners and each marked beneath the base with a Sevres mark centering a “B” over an “A” date mark. SIZE: 9″H. CONDITION: One lid with repair. Second lid with shall rim chip. Otherwise overall good. Slight wear to gilting. 9-22598 (800-1,200)

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4415

PAIR OF VICTORIAN FRENCH COBALT GARNITURES. Late 19/early 20th century. Each urn form garniture with conforming cover in cobalt blue enamel applied with gilt metal mounts. Front and reverse decorated with a landscape opposing a romantic vignette. Joined to a circular foot, gilt decorated with flowers on a cast metal square base with cut corners. Lids with cast metal knops. Lids are marked with “E” on “C” above “France” in under glaze blue. SIZE: 15″ h. CONDITION: One lid with stress crack at knop fastener. Otherwise gilding and painted cartouches are very good overall. 9-22597 (1,500-2,500)

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4416

H.C. LUERS (19th/20th Century) BRONZE DRESSING MIRROR. Fine bronze framed bevel edge mirror with easel stand depicts a young nude maiden with flowers and mask head above with trailing ivy vines. Signed lower right. SIZE: 17-1/2″ h x 13-1/4″ w. CONDITION: Nice old patina, mirror with one spot, otherwise very good. 9-23114 (800-1,200)

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4417

BRONZE SCULPTURE OF ALEJANDRO VOLTA. Circa 1927. This sculpture is a reproduction of the statue of Alejandro Volta, inventor of the electric battery. The original casting by Valmore Gemignani (Italian, 20th Century) is at the University of Buenos Aires. SIZE: Statue is 19″ h. Overall including plinth is 21″ h. CONDITION: Bronze is in very good condition with original surfaces and mellow brown patina. 9-20149 (500-800)

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4418

TERRACOTTA POLYCHROME PAINTED FIGURE OF A BLACK BOY FISHING. 20th century. Attributed to Goldscheider, Austria. The seated figure with a double peaked cap rendered with a large smile wearing a brown jacket and green rolled-up pants holding a fishing rod between his legs and his feet are crossed. SIZE: Overall 50″ h x 14″ w x approx. 27″ deep. CONDITION: Overall very good with minor paint losses notably in area of jacket on proper right side due to flaking. 9-22993 (1,500-3,000)

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4419

RARE AND UNIQUE CLEVELAND WAR INDUSTRIES CIRCUS PARADE. Second quarter 20th century. Cleveland War Industries founded in 1918, representatives of local companies brought together in the War effort. This is probably a representative presentation piece. Parade is led by fanciful chariot carrying the “King and Queen” followed by large circus wagon led by team of six horses on which is mounted a ten piece band on the side of which are banners reading “CLEVELAND WAR INDUSTRIES” and “The GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH”. Wagon additionally mounted with American flag. Followed by a clown and a group of three metal elephants accompanied by a keeper. Elephant bodies cast with maker’s inscriptions “THE NORTH AMERICAN MFG. CO CLEVELAND, OHIO”. All mounted on a wood stand. Second half of parade comprised of five parade cages on wheels with sheet copper & brass ornamentation, all within a fenced area. Each display with plaque identifying the title of the subject and the name of company who fabricated it. Example: “SEA SERPENT/Habitat/Reliance Gauge Column Co.” All mounted on wood plaque. Third piece is a fanciful African village compound peopled by Natives with spears and shields, two giraffes, a lion, a serpent, etc. Fourth piece is a desert scene with military airplane in front of rows of fuel cans with stylized Art Deco influenced military figure centering the montage. Fifth piece an inkwell in the form of a Canadian National Railroad coal car or tender. SIZE: Overall: 61″ l of each. Village: 17″ x 27-1/2″. Air Strip: 16″ x 19-1/4″. Tender: 6-1/2″ h x 13″ l x 6-1/2″ w. PROVENANCE: Robert Frederick Woolworth Estate, Monmouth, Maine. (F.W. Woolworth Store). CONDITION: Several small elements now absent and overall in need of cosmetic repair and adjustment. Village scene missing tops of huts, otherwise in need of cosmetic restoration. Desert air strip believed to be missing an airplane. Tender missing strip of simulated coal, otherwise with original surfaces. 9-23559 (1,000-2,000)

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4420

RUSTIC GROUPING OF PAIR OF PACK HORSES. Late 19th century. This nice example showing a pair of Palomino draft horses rendered with horsehair bodies and horsehair manes and tails. Depicted with full harness, each horse with glass eyes and mounted on a naturalistic tree section. SIZE: 17-1/2″ h x 13″ (base diameter) CONDITION: The stitched horsehair body covers with moderate loss to fur. Otherwise good. 9-22029 (800-1,200)

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4421

HARTLEY C BAXTER FAMILY RENAISSANCE REVIVAL CARVED WALNUT HALL CHAIR. 2nd half 19th century. This highly carved example featuring a pair of carved cherubs centering a cartouche carved with initials “HCB” amidst scrolls and leaf tips. The solid shaped seat with gadrooned edge joined to a frontal support centering a carved lion’s mask and terminating in hairy claw feet. SIZE: 49″ h x 16″ w; Seat: 19-1/2″ h. CONDITION: With old original surfaces. Old repairs to feet of rear support, otherwise very good. 9-22355 (1,000-2,000)

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4422

RENAISSANCE REVIVAL CARVED WALNUT MARBLE TOP CENTER TABLE. American, third quarter 19th century. Oval white marble top with beveled edge above the conforming, molded and chip carved apron joined to a flaring cylindrical and ring turned standard supported by four carved C-scrolled legs terminating in casters. SIZE: 30-3/4″ h x 34-1/2″ l x 24-1/2″ w. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Very good overall with original marble and original surfaces. Legs with added steel supports. 9-21937 (800-1,200)

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4423

AMERICAN EASTLAKE VICTORIAN WALNUT LOCKSIDE CHEST OF DRAWERS WITH DESK. Last quarter 19th century. The rectangular top with molded edge fitted with a 3/4 gallery above a conforming case with reeded frieze over 6 graduated long drawers. The central drawer with hinged face opening to a baize-lined writing surface and fitted with an arrangement of valanced cubby holes and stationery drawers. Each drawer with burled rectangular panel and molded edges, flanked by reeded pilasters, the proper left pilaster hinged and fitted with a locking device, the whole on a molded plinth. SIZE: 60″ h overall x 37″ w overall x 21″ d overall. PROVENANCE: From a fine Maine home. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Retaining original finish and hardware. One brass ring handle absent. 9-22183 (800-1,200)

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4424

AMERICAN VICTORIAN WALNUT MARBLE TOP HALL STAND. Third quarter 19th century. The reticulated and pierce carved walnut stand with arched molded crest fitted with an arrangement of 8 turned pegs centering an oval mirrorplate within a molded frame continuing to a medial marble shelf above a single glove drawer flanked by molded umbrella and a walking stick holders on turned supports. The bottom shelf fitted with cast iron scallop shell drip pans. SIZE: 84″ h x 32″ w x 15″ d. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Structurally very good with original marble and pans. Stand retains original surfaces with good color and patina. 9-21966 (400-600)

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4425

SAROUK ORIENTAL RUG, NORTH PERSIA. Second half 20th century. Central indigo floral medallion on a claret field within ivory spandrels with overall polychrome floral vinery. Blue/black main border with polychrome lotus blossoms. SIZE: 9′ 8″ x 13′ 3″. CONDITION: Retains full pile. Very good overall. 9-23434 (1,000-2,000)

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4426

HAMADAN RUNNER, CENTRAL PERSIA. Mid 20th century. Row of large polychrome flower heads within leafy sprays on a rose pink ground within dark brown main border with polychrome flower heads. SIZE: 2′ 9″ x 21′ 8″. CONDITION: With full pile throughout. Losses to end fringe. Strong colors. Very good. 9-22764 (2,000-3,000)

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4427

TURKISH HERIZ. Circa 1st half 20th century. The central poled cream medallion with polychrome geometric devices on a terra-cotta ground with dense indigo trellis work, all within an ivory main border of crab-like devices within octagons. SIZE: 4′ 9″ x 2′ 10″. PROVENANCE: From a private Ellsworth, Maine collection. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-21934-1 (300-500)

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4428

THREE STERLING SILVER LADLES BY WHITING. Handles decorated with roses. Lot consisting of: 13″ punch ladle and two 7″ cream ladles. Each having triple initial monogram. Remnants of gold wash in bowls. WEIGHT: 12 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22587 (500-1,000)

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4429

OUTSTANDING DOMINICK & HAFF ENAMEL & GOLD WASH STERLING SILVER PUNCH LADLE. The ladles bowl having three lobes and completely in gold wash. The back side having a relief Neptune figure. The front of the handle also gold wash but accented with white, green, and blue enameling. Another masked figure is seen with a monogrammed “P” above. WEIGHT: 10.5 tr. oz. SIZE: 14″ l. CONDITION: Very good with minimal rubbing on base of bowl. 9-22397 (800-1,200)

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4430

OUTSTANDING J.E. CALDWELL STERLING & ENAMEL SALAD SET. The back marked “Sterling J.E. Caldwell & Co.” with engraved date of “1844” and “1894”. The pieces are all over gold wash and includes a flat 4-Tyne fork and large shaped spoon. The handle having blue & white enamel decoration. WEIGHT: 6 tr. oz. SIZE: 9-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Enameling has only minor chips, otherwise very good. 9-22398 (600-900)

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4431

TIFFANY STERLING SILVER “WAVE EDGE” ICE CREAM SERVER. Oyster shell shaped bowl monogrammed. WEIGHT: 3 tr. oz. SIZE: 9-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Some light scratches, otherwise very good. 9-22589 (300-500)

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4432

TIFFANY STERLING SILVER ICE CREAM SERVER & TWO SHELL DISHES. The 9-1/2″ ice cream server with oyster shell bowl in “Berry” pattern. Monogrammed. Along with 2-3/4″ x 2-3/4″ pair of footed shell dishes marked “Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling”. WEIGHT: 6 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22614 (300-500)

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4433

TIFFANY STERLING BOWL & ANOTHER BOWL FROM THE ESTATE OF ROBERT KEESHAN (CAPT. KANGAROO). 1) Low wide rim bowl marked “Tiffany & Co. Maker’s Sterling 25060”. Having a center monogram “RJK”. 2) Paul Revere type bowl inscribed on the side “October 3rd 1959”. Bowl marked “B&M 281”. WEIGHT: 18 tr. oz. SIZE: 1) 1-1/4″ h x 8-1/4″ dia. 2) 3-1/4″ h x 6″ dia. PROVENANCE: Purchased at the Robert Keeshan (1927-2004) (Capt. Kangaroo) Estate sale. CONDITION: Both very good. 9-22510 (1,000-1,500)

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4434

SEVEN PIECES OF TIFFANY STERLING TABLEWARE. Lot consisting of: Four 3-1/2″ square dishes marked “Tiffany & Co. Maker Sterling 22119”. Marked No. 25 & 26. All monogrammed “To” and inscribed with date on reverse. 2″ h x 4-1/2″ dia. footed bowl with monogram marked on base “Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling Silver 22674″, mark no. 25. 3″ h x 6” dia. footed flaring bowl monogrammed on side, mark to base “Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling Silver 20785″, mark no. 25. 3″ h x 7-1/2” dia. reticulated footed compote with gallery side. Marked “Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling Silver 18287 A1 8412” mark no. 23. Center monogram. WEIGHT: 35 tr. oz. CONDITION: Each piece shows light scratches, otherwise very good. 9-22595 (1,000-1,500)

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4435

THREE LADY’S RINGS. 1) Lady’s 14kt yellow gold ring is set with a center .70ct round European cut diamond housed in a white gold border with eight prong setting. Diamond is VS2 to SI1 clarity and I-J color. 2) Lady’s platinum & diamond eternity band is set with thirty-four .02 to .03ct single cut diamonds. Diamonds are SI2-I1 clarity and J-K color. 3) Lady’s 14kt yellow gold wedding band which is 4.5mm wide and weighs approx. 5.4gr. The rings are accompanied by a jeweler’s appraisal dated 10/27/10. PROVENANCE: From a Bangor, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-22883 (1,000-2,000)

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4436

LADY’S 14KT GOLD & DIAMOND RING. Lovely lady’s 14kt yellow gold ring has domed top set with thirteen round brilliant cut diamonds. Center diamond measures approx. 4.3mm, while the twelve surrounding diamonds measure approx. 3mm each. Diamonds are nice and bright and eye clean. Ring is marked on inside of shank “14K”. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-23134 (800-1,200)

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4437

14KT EMERALD & DIAMOND LADY’S RING. Very pretty lady’s ring is set with a center pear shaped emerald which measures approx. 8.5mm x 10mm. Emerald is surrounded by eleven round brilliant cut diamonds; each approx. 3mm diameter. Stones are set in a 14kt yellow gold mounting which is stamped on the inside “NGC 14K”. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-23135 (800-1,200)

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4438

LADY’S PLATINUM & DIAMOND RING. Nice lady’s platinum ring is set with center Old European cut diamond; approx. 5.1mm diameter. Center diamond is flanked on either side by two round European cut diamonds; approx. 2mm diameter each. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-23133 (600-900)

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4439

18KT ENAMELED PORTRAIT PENDANT. Lovely oval pendant has an enameled portrait of an elegant woman in pink dress with jeweled necklace, earrings and headpiece. Portrait is framed with a blue enameled border and floral design at top, bottom and sides. Piece is finished with a pin back and folding pendant bale. Marked on the back with applied tag “K18 Italy”. SIZE: 1-3/8″ w x 2″ to top of bale. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-23154 (400-600)

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4440

14KT SHELL CAMEO BROOCH. Extremely nice shell cameo depicts winged angel with a young child on her back. Child is carrying a torch while the angel is dropping flowers from each hand. Beautifully detailed cameo is mounted in a simple 14kt (tested) yellow gold frame with twisted rope border. Back edge of gold rim is engraved “E.J. May”. SIZE: 2-1/8″ x 1-7/8″. CONDITION: Very good with some old solder repair to the pin hinge and some minor hairlines to the shell. 9-23132 (200-300)

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4441

TEN PIECE AMERICAN TIGER OAK DINING SUITE. Circa 1900. Comprised of a sideboard, square dining table and eight matching chairs. The mirror back sideboard with rectangular shaped crest applied with C-scrolls and carved leaf tips above a shelf raised on scrolling pilasters centering a rectangular beveled mirror plate, joined to a base of two aligned short drawers above a long drawer over a pair of cupboard doors applied with scrolling leaf tips. The set of chairs comprised of seven sides and a single armchair. Each with a curved rectangular crest above a pierced splat comprised of eight wavy slats joined to a central pierced shield applied with carved leaf tips. The shaped seat centering in upholstered panel raised on frontal cabriole legs terminating in carved paw feet. The square quartersawn oak table raised on five shaped and reeded legs, the apron with a molded bobbin edge. This example accompanied by four original 9″ leaves. SIZE: Sideboard: 80″ h x 56″ w x 25″ d. Table: 48″ square x 28-1/2″ h. Fully extended 48″ x 84″. CONDITION: Very good all with original surfaces and with nice golden color and patina. 9-21933 (1,000-2,000)

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4442

CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY CAMEL BACK SOFA. 2nd quarter 20th century. The over upholstered back with arched crestrail joined to down swept upholstered rolled arms. The carved supports terminating in floral rosettes. The rectangular upholstered seat with cushions, all covered in a floral brocade. The sofa raised on three acanthus carved frontal cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet with two rear legs back swept. SIZE: Overall 34″ h x 88″ l. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Overall very good. 9-21954 (800-1,200)

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4443

UNUSUAL NEW ENGLAND CLASSICAL MAHOGANY CRIB. 1st third 19th century. This nice example in the form of a sleigh bed, the sides with curved crest rail joined to eight spindles joined to the conforming side rail. SIZE: 22″ h x 41-1/2″ l x 19-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Crib retains original surfaces, casters, and slats. No restoration or damages noted. Very good overall. 9-22493 (600-800)

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4444

DIMINUTIVE ENGLISH VICTORIAN CHILD’S PINE WASHSTAND WITH CHAMBER SET. 3rd quarter 19th century. The rectangular top with oval receptacle above the conforming frieze, each end fitted with a turned towel rail raised on tapering cylindrical ring turned legs joined by a central shelf. The washstand fitted with a blue transfer decorated 4-pc chamber set consisting of oval washbowl, pitcher, soap dish and cup. SIZE: Washstand: 18-1/2″ h x 20″ w x 13-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: The washstand with waxed polish surfaces. The chamber set with chips to pitcher and with hairline in cup. Otherwise good. 9-22341 (500-800)

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4445

MERRICK’S CYLINDRICAL OAK SPOOL CABINET. Late 19th century. The round case with two curved glass panels, each stenciled “Merrick’s Six Cord Soft Finish Spool Cotton” the case fitted with a revolving spool, each filled with spools of thread. Access is gained through hinged door below and filled through an open compartment in the lid. Original brass maker’s tag dated 1897 affixed to top. SIZE: 22″ h x 18″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: Very good overall with original finish. Revolving spool needs adjustment. Cover to top opening with minor damage. 9-22333 (800-1,200)

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4446

RARE LATE VICTORIAN OAK MINIATURE LETTER BOX. Circa 1880. By Leuchars & Son, London. With a brass registration lozenge on frieze drawer, the interior with gilt tooled leather retailer’s stamp “LEUCHARS & SON, 38-39 PICCADILLY LONDON”. The aperture on central drawer retains most recent postal schedule for the location in which this box last served. The case of cylindrical form with domed molded top. SIZE: 16-1/2″ h x 8-3/4″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: The figured oak case retains original polished surfaces with a honey-brown color and soft patina. All brass fittings original including lock and key. Very fine condition overall. 9-22329 (1,000-2,000)

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4447

EDWARDIAN FIGURED OAK HOTEL LETTER BOX. Late 19th early 20th century. This rare tombstone form example mounted with a brass plaque with the red enameled letters “LETTERBOX” above the slot above a central paneled locking door retaining original brass lock and key. The central raised panel with glass rectangular plaque displaying the hours and days for mail pickup. The whole on a sloping plinth. SIZE: 14″ h x 8″ w x 7-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: From a Massachusetts Collection. CONDITION: With all original surfaces and with nice patina. Some lifting and minor shrinkage cracks to veneers on left and right shoulders. Otherwise very good. 9-22328 (300-500)

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4448

HEPPLEWHITE SATINWOOD AND CHESTNUT INLAID DOCUMENT BOX. First quarter 20th century. The rectangular hinged lid with quarter-round ebony edges centering three-dimensional starburst inlay. The interior with marbleized paper lining, the case ends mounted with carrying handles on ebonized plinth. SIZE: 10-3/4″ h x 16-3/4″ w x 11-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Repolished. Front of lid with filled small holes. Otherwise good condition. 9-22776 (1,500-2,500)

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4449

INLAID LACQUERED FOLDING DESK. 3rd quarter 19th century. Sloping hinged lid decorated with a gilt painted and abalone floral spray within a scrolling gilt decorated and abalone border. Opening to a baise writing surface and fitted with inkwell and pen tray on a molded base having curved feet. SIZE: 4″ h x 13″ w x 10″ d. CONDITION: Structurally very good with some wear to gilted and painted surfaces on lid with craquelure overall. 9-22860 (250-400)

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4450

88-PIECE THEODORE HAVILAND LIMOGES DINNER SERVICE. Having mark 32, Circa 1895-1903. Also, script # 2980 on bottom of vegetable. Set consists of: Seven 2-1/2″ chocolate/demitasse cups (flea bite to rim); Eight 4-1/2″ saucers; 6″ d x 3″ h footed bowl (old hairline); 10″ x 9″ tray; 10″ x 7-1/4″ (without handles) covered vegetable dish; 10″ x 7-3/4″ open vegetable dish; 16-1/2″ x 11-1/2″ platter with four oval wells; 12″ x 8″ platter; 9″ x 5-1/2″ small platter/dish; 9″ x 6″ covered sauce boat with attached undertray; 8-1/4″ (without handles) round covered vegetable dish; 5-1/2″ h creamer; 6″ dia. round undertray/saucer; Six 9-1/2″ dia. soup bowls (4 with chips & flakes on rim); Seven 3″ dia. butter pats; Ten 5″ dia. dishes; Twelve 4″ dia. x 2-1/4″ h handled cups (six with chips and flakes on rim); Twelve 5-1/2″ dia. saucers; Four 9-3/4″ dia. plates; Six 8-3/4″ dia. plates (1 with small flake at rim); Five 8″ dia. plates (2 with chips & hairline). PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Very good, otherwise as noted above. 9-21970 (300-500)

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4451

15-PIECE BLUE & WHITE MEAT SET BY ROYAL DOULTON. The set consisting of: 19″ x 15-3/4″ platter; twelve 11″ plates; 7″ l gravy boat and 7-1/2″ underliner. Platter having a portrait of a standing steer in landscape surrounded by a border of flowers & birds. The plates with a trio of steer with the same border. The gravy and underliner with two steer. Circa 1902-1930. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21979 (400-600)

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4452

GROUP OF 24 HAND PAINTED GERMAN PLATES TOGETHER WITH TWO SERVING PLATES. 1st half 20th century. Painted by Albert H. Chesley. Each plate polychrome painted with a arrangement of roses. Each with a reticulated scalloped gilt decorated border and each marked “Germany” in under-glaze gray and each signed by the artist. SIZE: Serving plate: 11″ dia.; Smaller plates: 8″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a fine Maine home. CONDITION: Very fine condition overall. 9-22218 (400-600)

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4453

TWO STAFFORDSHIRE PRATT TYPE TOBY JUGS. 19th century. A near pair of seated gentlemen with blue coats and yellow pants. One with hat lid, the second with fragments of hat lid. SIZE: 9-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: From a fine Texas Estate. CONDITION: Both with general abrasion to areas of spout, hat, and areas of shoes. General craquelure. 9-22976 (400-600)

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4454

STAFFORDSHIRE PRATT TYPE “HEARTY GOOD FELLOW” TOBY JUG. 19th century. Depicting a gentleman in blue coat standing with pipe and pitcher, the handle a stylized tree trunk. Inscribed on base. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: From a fine Texas Estate. CONDITION: With general overall abrasion, especially around spout, and repairs to rear of base rim. 9-22965 (500-700)

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4455

STAFFORDSHIRE PRATT TYPE TOBY JUG. 19th century. Seated gentleman with pitcher and wine glass, smiling. Applied with a figural handle. SIZE: 9-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: From a fine Texas Estate. CONDITION: Overall very good with small losses to glaze on arm. Possibility of some over-painting, particularly right arm and body of coat. 9-22966 (400-600)

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4456

STAFFORDSHIRE PRATT TYPE TOBY JUG, LORD HOWE. 19th century. Depicting a figure in blue striped pants with purple coat seated on a trunk. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: From a fine Texas Estate. CONDITION: With restoration to spout and to lower body at trunk including proper right foot. 9-22967 (400-600)

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4457

TWO STAFFORDSHIRE PRATT TYPE TOBY JUGS. 19th century. Depicting gentlemen in blue coat, the first with clay pipe, the second with orange-brown pants. SIZE: 10″ h; 9″ h respectively. PROVENANCE: From a fine Texas Estate. CONDITION: The first with general craquelure, possible touch-ups to paint in hat and with shallow rim chips on top rim. The second with areas of general abrasion around top rim and spout and losses to glazed areas around base. Otherwise good. 9-22968 (400-600)

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4458

UNUSUAL AMERICAN EMPIRE CHEVELLE MIRROR. Second quarter 19th century. Tombstone molded frame with gilt surround centering a conforming mirror plate adjusting on a cast iron hexagonal column joined to a conforming base on a four legged angular platform stand raised on casters. The whole in dark brown or black paint. SIZE: 71” h x 29” w. CONDITION: Retains original backboards, hardware and mirror plate. Structurally overall very good. Surfaces with normal abrasions and scratches. 9-23019 (700-900)

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4459

AMERICAN CLASSICAL MAHOGANY PIER TABLE. Second quarter 19th century, New England. The rectangular top with canted front corners above the conforming ogee molded frieze joined to cyma curved yoke form supports with scrolled ears and a central carved scallop shell, the whole framing a mirror plate on a concave molded base raised on a plinth applied with scrolling carved vinery. SIZE: 36-1/2″ h x 42″ w x 17-1/2″ d. CONDITION: With old, if not original, surfaces and with minor veneer loss. Retaining original mirror plate and with good color and patina. 9-22229 (1,000-1,500)

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4460

CLASSICAL MAHOGANY CENTER TABLE. Circa 1850. The circular figured top with rounded edges above a conforming frieze with applied molding raised on a ring turned bulbous cylindrical support joined to a platform base with in-curved sides raised on carved claw feet raised on mounted with brass casters. SIZE: 29″ h x 34-1/2″ diameter. PROVENANCE: From an Ellsworth, Maine Estate. CONDITION: Structurally very good. The original finish somewhat dry. Some losses to molded edge of frieze. 9-21977 (700-900)

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4461

FOUR STAFFORDSHIRE TRANSFER DECORATED PLATTERS. Mid 19th century, English. First, an example in blue and white depicting a manor home set within formal gardens, a fountain in the foreground. Second, a scenic pink example titled “Italian Buildings” by “R. HALL” in underglaze pink. Two mulberry scenic examples, one titled “GRECIAN”, the second title illegible depicting a castle and other buildings on the shore of a lake. SIZE: Ranges from 14-15-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-22108 (600-900)

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4462

THREE STAFFORDSHIRE BLUE TRANSFER DECORATED BOWLS. Mid 19th century. The first a fluted scenic example depicting a large Victorian building within a lush landscape with a scrolling floral border. The second a scenic example of two country homes in the foreground, a town in the background within a wide floral border. The third a bowl with wide everted rim centering a floral filled urn within a basket weave and shell floral border with the incised mark “RILEY”. SIZE: 12″ dia.; 12″ dia; 13″ dia. respectively. CONDITION: The first with minor base rim chips. The second with star hairline in base. The third with professionally restored cracks and chips. 9-22107 (800-1,200)

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TWO BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE TRANSFERWARE COVERED SOUP TUREENS. Mid 19th century, English. The first, a scenic example, titled “PERSIA” in underglaze blue. The second marked “Flora” in underglaze blue decorated overall with floral sprays with incised mark “ROGERS”. SIZE: First: 10-1/2″ h x 14″ l x 10-3/4″ w. Second: 11″ h x 13″ l x 11″ w. CONDITION: First with professional restoration to finial, otherwise good. Second with craquelure, otherwise good. 9-22105 (600-900)

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TWO BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE COVERED SOUP TUREENS. Mid 19th century, English. The first scenic example of classical ruins titled “MOREA” in underglaze blue. The second unmarked, scenic example depicting classic