Annual Samoset Antiques & Fine Art Auction
Totals Over $4.5 MILLION!

Auction: August 28th-30th, 2007

Preview: August 27, 2007

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

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800

SUNDERLAND PINK LUSTRE PITCHER WITH SHIP. Small pitcher has a black transfer American ship on one side and mariner’s compass on the other. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 5-3/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-29702 SM (300-500)

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801

ENGLISH STRAWBERRY LUSTRE BOWL “SHIP CAROLINE”. Bottom marked “Adams England”. Inside with a polychrome decorated American ship. Outside with vignettes of American eagle “James Leach” and the “Shipwright’s Arms”. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 4-1/2” h x 9-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-29701 SM (400-600)

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802

LOT OF FOUR STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURINES. Lot includes: 1) 11-1/2” h Nelson pitcher with back handle and open hat. 2) 11-1/2” figure of sailor and sailor boy. 3) 9” figure of a Naval figure with telescope and eagle decorated pedestal, possibly Lord Napier. 4) 8-1/2” h figure of three sailor’s “Death of Nelson”. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. CONDITION: Generally very good, some minor small nicks. 9-29710 SM (500-800)

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803

TWO ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE SAILOR FIGURINES. 1) “Ready & Willing” 11-1/2” h figure shows a sailor standing in front of a cannon with title on oval base. CONDITION: Some loss to black paint, otherwise good. 2) 13-1/2” standing sailor with hands at sides with pipe in mouth. CONDITION: Very good. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. 9-29704 SM (300-500)

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804

PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY “DEPARTURE” AND “RETURN” GROUPS. Each on a cut corner base with title “Departure” and “Return”. Each figure shows a woman seated on a brick wall being consoled by a man wearing blue outfit and black hat. One shows her with sad face, the other with happy face. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 9-1/2” h. CONDITION: Some minor small chips to back leaf and to base. Some touch up paint and restoration to bonnets. Otherwise good. 9-29709 SM (1,000-1,500)

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805

LIVERPOOL CREAMWARE BLACK TRANSFER-PRINTED AND ENAMEL-DECORATED JUG. Transfer-printed on one side with a depiction of a ship heightened in red, ochre and green enamels. The other depicting a wreck in a storm inscribed “When the first sea struck her…the Second.”. Monogrammed beneath the spout “EEC”. SIZE: 10-1/2”. CONDITION: Flared crack running from rim through handle into mid-body strengthened with tape on interior. Loss to gilding and rim decoration. 9-74668 MD (1,500-2,500)

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806

NEW ENGLAND PINE PAINT DECORATED BLANKET CHEST WITH NAUTICAL SCENES. The rectangular hinged molded lid above the conforming case with shaped boot-jack ends, all in blue paint with black outlines, the top with an oval central painting depicting a whale hunt. The front with central panel depicting two whaling ships under full sail, both within painted rope-twist borders. SIZE: 25”h x 48”l x 18”d. CONDITION: Retains original dry painted surfaces with moderate paint loss to lid, case with paint losses on all sides. Lose to right rear lid facing measuring 8” x 1”, termite damage to base. 9-72982 MD (2,000-4,000)

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807

ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM GAY YORKE (British/American, 1817-1892) PORTRAIT OF THE AMERICAN SHIP “I.F. CHAPMAN”. Fine large oil on canvas ship portrait shows a black hulled three-mast vessel with sails up sailing right to left off Liverpool which is designated by a lighthouse and point of land. Ship’s name is emblazoned on the bow and stern and the American flag with smaller flags are off stern. Several people are on deck and a steam sail ship along with a large sailboat is seen off the right. Housed in a period gesso decorated gilt frame with gold liner. PROVENANCE: Sewall Estate, bath, Maine. SIZE: 24” x 36”. CONDITION: Relined, very good. 9-90162 HP (8,000-12,000)

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808

ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HOWARD YORKE (British, 1847-1921) PORTRAIT OF A THREE-MAST AMERICAN SHIP. Outstanding oil on canvas ship portrait shows the black hulled vessel sailing right to left in green white capped ocean. A number of smaller vessels are seen with a mountain coastal scene off bow. A series of colorful pennants are seen off masts and the American flag flies off stern. Eleven men are seen on deck. All under a light blue and pink/white and cloud sky. Unsigned. Housed in a fine gesso decorated period frame. Stretcher having an original label from “B. B. Powell Liverpool”. NOTE: Estate records indicate that there were attributions to William Gay Yorke (1817-1892) and Duncan McFarlan (1818-1865). PROVENANCE: Sewall Estate, Bath, Maine. SIZE: 24” x 36”. CONDITION: Very good. Relined, minor inpainting. 9-90159 HP (8,000-12,000)

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809

ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HOWARD YORKE (American, 1847-1921) SHIP PORTRAIT OF THE “CITY OF PARIS”. Outstanding unsigned large oil on canvas nautical scene shows the black hulled transition steamship having three-masts with sails up and central funnel with black smoke. Sailing right to left with twenty-two men aboard. The American flag flies at top of front mast and other flags fly off each of the other masts. A number of boats are seen including schooner and sailboats off stern, a single mast sailboat off bow leading through harbor with steamship and other sails. In foreground is buoy with seagulls on a choppy green ocean. Puffy white clouds in a blue sunlit sky. Housed in a fine gilt decorated wide frame with linen liner. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 22-1/2” x 38”. CONDITION: Relined, very good. 9-29666 HP (10,000-20,000)

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810

IMPORTANT AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED EAGLE; PROBABLY A STERNBOARD. The carved displayed eagle carved from a single pine board with accentuated details, showing traces of old red wash and gilding. SIZE: 16-3/4”h x 72”w. CONDITION: Old dry original weathered surface, no repairs or restoration noted. 9-73328 HP (10,000-20,000)

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811

OUTSTANDING PILOT HOUSE EAGLE. Mid 19th Century wooden spread-wing eagle with head facing left and standing on a ball. Strong detail to the relief carved wings, brow, beak and tail feathers. Gold painted surface, complete with custom metal stand. SIZE: 38”h x 32” wingspan. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-90713 LG (7,500-12,500)

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812

FINE CASED SHIP MODEL OF THE AMERICAN STEAM YACHT “CORSAIR” OWNED BY J.P. MORGAN. The fully rigged wooden scale model with planked decks, awnings, all in natural wood tones. Portholes, rails, stanchions, capstone, bell, etc., all in brass. The painted hull with gilt highlights and mounted with twin propellers raised on a mahogany plinth with inlaid spandrels within a custom built mahogany glass case on conforming stand. The plinth with plaque inscribed: “American Steam Yacht ‘Corsair’, owner: J.P. Morgan. Designer: H.J. Gielow. Builder: Bath Iron Works. Captain: W.B. Porter”. PROVENANCE: The Lannan Ship Model Gallery, Boston, MA. SIZE: 57” case h x 56-1/2” l x 16” d, model: 20” approximate h x 49” l x 8”. CONDITION: Very fine. 9-90235 MD (3,000-5,000)

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813

LARGE BRASS TRIPOD TELESCOPE BY S. THAXTER & SON, BOSTON. Complete with its fine matching brass and mahogany tri-form floor standing rest. 19th Century. SIZE: 52-1/4”. CONDITION: Generally good. Dents, nicely polished, optics present. 9-74245 MD (2,000-3,000)

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814

IMPORTANT GIMBALED AMERICAN CHRONOMETER, BY T.S. & J.D. NEGUS, NEW YORK. Fitted in its original brass bound figured walnut box, the gimbaled barometer inscribed on silvered dial with serial number “1328.” SIZE: 7-1/4” cube overall size. CONDITION: Very fine condition with original key. 9-74814 SM (2,500-5,000)

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815

CHELSEA SHIP’S BELL WALL CLOCK. Round brass wall clock has silver colored dial with black numerals. Serial number 804470. Original key present. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 7-1/4” dia across front brass. CONDITION: Some tarnish and use, good. Unknown working order. 9-29707 SM (300-500)

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816

UNITED STATES NAVY BRASS SHIP’S CLOCK BY SETH THOMAS, CONNECTICUT. Of typical form, the silvered dial marked “U.S. Navy” with a sweep second hand and marked “Made by Seth Thomas in U.S.A.” below the chapter ring, the brass case with hinged door. SIZE: 8”dia of dial, 10-1/4”dia overall of case. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90791 SM (300-500)

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817

FINE BOSTON CHIPPENDALE FIGURED CARVED MAHOGANY OXBOW SLANT LID DESK, CIRCA 1780. The rectangular dove-tailed case with hinged sloping lid fitted with a stepped interior consisting of eight valanced cubby holes above four blocked drawers centering a shell carved blocked drawer flanked by engaged half column document drawers stepped back on three aligned drawers, the case fitted with four graduated reverse serpentine long drawers on a molded base raised on bold ball and talon feet with ogee brackets and scalloped returns centering a scallop shell carved lobed pendant. PROVENANCE: From the Sewall Estate, Bath, Maine. SIZE: 43-1/2” h x 39” case w x 21” d. CONDITION: With old surface and patina, early replaced brasses, and professional repairs to lid at hinges, lid escutcheon missing crest. Feet, returns, and blocks all appear original. 9-90152 HP (10,000-20,000)

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818

IMPORTANT RARE PAIR OF BALTIMORE FEDERAL INLAID AND CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS IN OLD SURFACE. Each molded oval back centering three pierced splats, the centermost with pendant bellflower inlay flanked by pierced splats with leaf tipped carved terminals joined to the shaped seat with unusual D-form frontal rail, the side rail bowed. Raised on square tapered front legs, and flared rear legs joined by a recessed box stretcher. SIZE: 38” height of back, 16- 3/4” seat height. CONDITION: The frames containing old surface with old splices and repairs, very good overall. LITERATURE: Four illustrations showing details of back and seat construction, see “Baltimore Furniture 1760-1810.” The Work of Baltimore and Annapolis Cabinetmakers from the Baltimore Museum of Art Baltimore, Maryland, 1947 Plate 52, Page 89 and Plate 54, Page 91. 9-90431 HP (20,000-30,000)

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819

MASSACHUSETTS QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY TILT-TOP CANDLE STAND, PROBABLY NORTH SHORE. The oval top hinged on the slender urn form pedestal raised on arched tripod base terminating in angular ridged platform pad feet. SIZE: 27-3/4” h, 20” x 14” top. CONDITION: Very good overall, with polished old surface, no restoration noted. 9-90526 QP (1,200-2,000)

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820

PAIR OF EARLY AMERICAN SINGLE LIGHT BRASS WALL SCONCES WITH ETCHED EMERALD GREEN HURRICANE SHADES. Each green bell-form shade mounted with a brass collar etched and cut with grape vinery mounted to S-scrolled brass brackets with pendant finials. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 20-1/2”h approx. overall. CONDITION: Shades and brackets in very fine overall condition, no issues noted. 9-73922 MD (2,000-4,000)

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821

PAIR OF AMERICAN LEMON TOP BRASS WHALE OIL LAMPS. Double burners mounted in a lemon top font on a ring turned standard joined to the stepped cylindrical plinth. SIZE: 8-1/2” h. CONDITION: Professionally burnished, retaining original burners. 9-90452 SM (700-1,000)

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822

SEMI-ANTIQUE HERIZ CARPET. Straw colored field with lush serrated leaf tips, and stylized flower heads within a border of polychrome floral vinery on a deep indigo ground. PROVENANCE: From the Sewall Estate, Bath, Maine. SIZE: 10’6” x 7’. CONDITION: Overall very good with minimal wear in center. 9-90145 HP (3,000-5,000)

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823

KARACHOPT KAZAK RUG, SOUTHWEST CAUCASUS, THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY. The jade green, madder red, and ivory latched diamond medallion on a rectangular madder red reserve filled with latch hook motifs and opposing rectangular niches within dog tooth and saz leaf borders. SIZE: 8’5” x 6’5”. CONDITION: Showing overall even wear, some oxidation, and creases, overall very good condition with bold colors. 9-90567 QP (1,200-2,000)

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824

SEMI-ANTIQUE DERBEND, CAUCASUS. Dense bright polychrome crab and floral medallions with latch hooks on a blue-black field within a tarantula and gull medallion border. SIZE: 7’11” x 5’7”. CONDITION: Overall very good, with strong, bright colors, some small areas of moth damage in border. 9-90555 MD (1,200-1,800)

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825

AMMI PHILLIPS (American, 1788-1865) PORTRAITS OF A MAN AND A WOMAN. Listed in Ammi Phillips: Portrait Painter, 1788-1865 by Barbara C. & Lawrence B. Holdridge. Page 51, No. 222 “Man with turned down collar” and No. 223 “Lady in cap”. Oil on canvas portraits show a young man seated in a red chair facing left in half view holding an open book titled “Materia Media” (Medica). He wears a black coat with turned down collar, black vest and tie and a white shirt. Medical book may indicate that he was a doctor. Woman faces right and is seated in the same type of chair. She wears a lace bonnet, black dress with lace collar. She holds a piece of lace in her lap and part of a pocket watch is seen with an ornate clock key fob which is similar to the one seen on the man’s vest. Housed in matching modern gilt molded wood frames. Accompanying the portraits is the above mentioned book. PROVENANCE: Deaccession from the Museum of Art, Science & Industry, Bridgeport, Connecticut. SIZE: 31-1/2” x 27”. CONDITION: Very good, restored with inpainting. 9-74700 FP (12,500-17,500)

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826

CONNECTICUT MAHOGANY PILLAR AND SCROLL SHELF CLOCK BY ELI SAMUEL TERRY. The swan’s neck crest centering three brass urn finials above the rectangular case centering a painted wooden dial with floral spandrels above the églomisé panel depicting a manor house within a gilt floral border flanked by freestanding columns, raised on a molded base above delicate French feet centering a scalloped apron. The interior of the case retains original paper labels for the Terry Company. SIZE: 32”h x 17-1/4”w x 4-1/2”d. CONDITION: Crest with minor veneer repairs, eglomise panels with paint loss, otherwise good. 9-90560 SM (1,200-1,800)

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827

AMERICAN FULL BODIED GILDED COPPER GAME COCK WEATHERVANE. The gilded body with sheet metal tail, wattle in red paint perched on a arrow directional with zinc head and sheet metal fletching. SIZE: 15-1/2”h overall x 19-1/4”l overall. CONDITION: Very nice weathered surface with expected losses to paint and gilding. 9-90789 MD (2,000-3,000)

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827A

LARGE AMERICAN SHEET STEEL ROOSTER WEATHERVANE WITH OLD PAINTED SURFACE. With remnants of old painted surface, the bird on a plinth base joined to a supporting steel flange. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 39” h x 25” l. CONDITION: Traces of original paint, surface is pitted, multiple bullet hole repairs. 9-90111 MD (1,000-2,000)

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828

J. HOWARD & COMPANY FULL BODY ROOSTER WEATHERVANE IN OLD PATINA. Having a zinc body, comb, and head, with a copper tail all with molded details. PROVENANCE: Recently removed from the Hearthstone Farm, Needham, M.A. NOTE: Accompanying lot is a photograph of the weathervane atop the farm’s barn and a letterhead with pictures of the house and barn. Also a letter from the owner regarding the history of the weathervane and its ownership within the McCracken family since 1922. SIZE: 24-3/4” h x 26” l. CONDITION: Loss and damages to feet, bullet holes in leg and tail. 9-74930 LG (8,000-12,000)

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829

WONDERFUL FRAMED CALLIGRAPHY OF AN EAGLE AND EAGLET’S IN NEST WITH RABBIT. Pencil drawn and sepia highlighted scene shows a spread wing eagle standing over a nest with three small birds. A dead rabbit is beside. Legend on bottom border “Drawn from very small engraving with pen and crayon by the New Art of Crayographic Delineation KW Reynolds Inventor and Only Teacher.”. Housed in a walnut molded wood frame with gold liner. S PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). IGHT SIZE: 14-1/2” x 18-1/4”. CONDITION: Generally very good with a fingernail size section missing from right border and having overall toning. 9-90103 SM (1,000-2,000)

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830

ARTISTIC CARVING COMPANY OF BOSTON CARVED AND GILDED EAGLE WITH BANNER, THE “PORTSMOUTH” MODEL, MID 20TH CENTURY. After the carvings of John Haley Bellamy, the displayed eagle carved with U.S. shield and “Don’t Give Up The Ship” banner in red, white, and blue with single incised star. LITERATURE: The “Portsmouth” model eagle, number E-28 as listed in the Artistic Carving Co. Catalog, page 2. SIZE: 27” l. CONDITION: Retains old, original surfaces. No restorations noted. 9-74466 SM (3,000-4,000)

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831

CONNECTICUT VALLEY CHIPPENDALE CHERRY AND BIRCH SLANT LID SECRETARY. The molded and C-scrolled cornice with bonnet top and swans neck pediment headed by three flamed finials on reeded supports, above the pair of paneled cupboard doors opening to adjustable shelves, flanked by engaged and fluted quarter columns, fitted to the lower case with thumb molded sloping lid opening to an arrangement of valanced pigeonholes over two rows of document drawers centering a prospect door, over four graduated thumb molded long drawers flanked by quarter columns, on a molded base, raised on bold ogee bracket stepped feet with scalloped returns. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 88” h x 40” case w x 22” d. CONDITION: Replaced finials, replaced hardware, professionally cleaned finish over an earlier mahogonized scrubbed finish. 9-73979 HP (5,000-10,000)

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832

AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE CHERRY DRESSING TABLE. The rectangular top having a molded edge and notched corners above the conforming case fitted with a long drawer over three short deep drawers, the center fan carved with a rosette center, above the scalloped apron raised on cabriole legs with shaped returns terminating in pad feet. Probably Connecticut. PROVENANCE: From a fine Saranac Lake, N.Y. home. SIZE: 30” h x case 32” w x 19” d; 35” x 19-1/4” top. CONDITION: Very good. Professionally refinished with second period hardware. 9-74912 MD (5,000-10,000)

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833

FINE CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY CHIPPENDALE CHERRY REVERSE SERPENTINE CHEST OF DRAWERS. The rectangular top with molded edges and oxbow front above the conforming case of four graduated reverse serpentine long drawers on a molded base with ogee bracket angular feet with rounded scalloped returns. SIZE: 32-1/4” h x 38-1/2” case w x 21-3/4” d. CONDITION: Old cleaned surface, nice patina, replaced hardware, very good condition overall. 9-74629 HP (12,000-16,000)

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834

CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY CHIPPENDALE CHERRY PEMBROKE TABLE. The rectangular top with hinged shaped leaves with serpentine edges projecting above the frieze with drawer raised on molded chamfered square tapered legs. SIZE: 27-3/4” h x 18” w x 34-3/4” d. CONDITION: Nice old scrubbed surface, shrinkage crack in top board, otherwise very good. 9-74977 MD (1,500-2,500)

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835

SET OF FOUR NEW ENGLAND CARVED COUNTRY CHIPPENDALE CHERRY SIDE CHAIRS, PROBABLY CONNECTICUT VALLEY. Each with a serpentine rail flanked by molded ears above the pierced splat with diamond and heart cut-outs joined to the trapezoidal woven rush seat raised on square molded and chamfered legs joined by a rectangular box stretcher. SIZE: 38-1/2” h of back, 17-1/4” h of seat. CONDITION: Clean original surface, minor repairs to three splats. 9-74911 MD (1,600-2,000)

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836

HERIZ CARPET, NORTHWEST PERSIA. Dense geometric lattice work vinery on a rose pink ground with saw tooth edge within a deep indigo guard border of stylized polychrome flower heads. PROVENANCE: From the Sewall Estate, Bath, Maine. SIZE: 10’1” x 7’6”. CONDITION: Good overall with fading and discoloration throughout one quarter of end. 9-90146 HP (2,000-4,000)

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837

FEREGHAN SAROUK, CENTRAL PERSIA. The rose pink and pale indigo poled center medallion with stylistic floral vinery within a blue-black field filled with polychrome floral sprays, each end beneath a blossom filled rose pink arch and pendant vinery all within a flower head and leaf border. SIZE: 6’4” x 4’3-1/2”. CONDITION: Showing overall even wear, oxidation, and minor discoloration, overall good condition. 9-90568 MD (1,000-1,500)

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838

SEMI-ANTIQUE LAVAR KIRMAN RUG, SOUTHEAST PERSIA. The arabesque poled medallion with dense dark green, pink, and cream floral vinery on a madder red ground within a turquoise wave edge within a deep indigo field densely filled with floral vinery within ivory spandrels all within a wine red guard border of stylistic flower heads. SIZE: 6’9” x 4’3”. CONDITION: Even wear throughout, strong vibrant colors, very good condition overall. 9-90570 MD (900-1,200)

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839

EDWIN D. WHITE (American 1817-1877) PORTRAIT OF AARON BURR FENTON AND SARAH ANN FENTON. Large oil on canvas portrait of a young girl and boy. The girl is standing with one arm around the boy and the boy’s arm is around the waist of his sister. The boy holds a large brimmed hat in the other hand. He rests his hand on a wood pedestal draped with a red cloth. Beside the girl is a Hudson River landscape scene. Housed in a fine period gesso decorated frame. The painting is circa 1845 and is of the Aaron Burr lineage. The portrait was originally purchased in Prescott City, CT and research indicates that there are a number of portraits residing at the Holley Williams House of the Salisbury Association, Lakeville, CT. FAMILY LINEAGE: Children are grandchildren are Aaron Burr Sturgis (1771-1834, Fairfield, CT). Aaron Burr Sturgis was son of Seth Sturgis and Mary Burr; Aaron B. Sturgis married Selma Hill Workman, they had five daughters and four sons. The sitters of Paeston City, CT circa 1835-40 were two children born 1828 and 1832 of Sarah Sturgis and Solomon Fenton. Written on back of canvas “E. White Pinx 98 E. Broadway, N.Y.”. Small part of a Knoedler & Co. label on reverse. SIZE: 36” x 29”. CONDITION: Very good, very minor touch ups, professionally cleaned and two small canvas patches to reverse. 9-74855 FP (20,000-40,000)

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840

AFTER THOMAS COLE (American, 19th Century) “ADAM & EVE IN THE GARDEN OF EDEN”. The original work, painted in 1828 with the same title, now resides at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. The oil on canvas scene shows Adam and Eve on a grassy knoll looking out over Eden with waterfall, animals, and a bucolic landscape. Housed in a fine period lemon gold frame. SIZE: 23” x 30”. CONDITION: Relined, restored with inpainting, very good. 9-90712 HP (12,500-17,500)

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841

NORTH AMERICAN PICTORIAL SAMPLER WROUGHT BY ANN BAKER, AGE 7, 1791. HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA AND BOSTON, MASS. Worked in linen and silk with alphabet rows and verse above the central panel depicting Adam and Eve beneath a tree with serpent, flanked by pairs of angels above stylized bushes and trees. The bottom row depicting a pair of facing birds on stylized pyramids surrounded by children, animals, berries and flowers within a stylized zigzag floral border within a beveled frame the corners with brass stars. PROVENANCE: Purchased from the Hesse Gallery of Otigo, New York by the current owners, accompanied by a family history of the Baker Family estate of Halifax, Nova Scotia and Boston, Mass., noting that the Baker Family were loyalists to King George and fled to Nova Scotia after the revolution. SIGHT SIZE: 14-1/4” x 12”. CONDITION: Several areas of weakness to foundation linen with small holes, stitching in very good condition overall. 9-90036 MD (1,250-1,750)

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842

NEW HAMPSHIRE FEDERAL CARVED MAPLE TALL CASE CLOCK, JAMES C. COLE (1724-1815), ROCHESTER, N.H. The arched molded crest surmounted by pierced fret work centering three brass ball finials above an astragal glazed door flanked by reeded columns with brass capitals opening to the enameled metal dial marked: “Jas. C. Cole, Rochester” within an Arabic and roman numeral chapter ring with calendar aperture and seconds dial; the whole within painted filigreed spandrels. The brass works with time and strike movement above the waisted case fitted with a rectangular door and applied molding flanked by reeded quarter columns with brass capitals and bases on a molded box base raised on spool turned feet. PROVENANCE: From a fine southern Maine home. SIZE: 86” h x 14” throat w x 10-1/2” overall depth. CONDITION: With original old, cleaned surface, no evident repairs or restorations. Works and face both appear original to clock, dial with craquelure and minor paint loss. 9-74381 QP (10,000-15,000)

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843

OUTSTANDING CIVIL WAR FLAG QUILT FROM THE BROOKS FAMILY OF MAINE. The patriotic quilt having a central field of seven red stripes and six white stripes with a center diamond having an arrangement of 34 white stars on a blue background. The outer border having a blue field with 34 white stars. Significant to the quilt is the stitching in the bottommost and topmost red stripes, one saying “Secession Never” and the other “Union Forever.” The following description was prepared by Lynne Z. Bassett who is considered to be the foremost expert on early American quilts. Though they could not vote, women in generations prior to the ratification of the 19th Amendment in 1920 held strong opinions on national matters. Without a ballot or a voice in the government, they often used their needles to give vent to their views. The Civil War elicited strong opinions among women, North and South, as they sent their husbands, sons, and brothers to the bloody battlefields. This period thus generated some of the most spectacular patriotic quilts in American history. This Civil War-era quilt is designed with a central diamond of 34 white stars (one for each state in the union) appliquéd on a blue field, set on a background of thirteen red and white stripes. Thirty-four white stars appliquéd on blue forms a border around the edges. It is a visually graphic statement, unmistakable in its viewpoint. More subtle in appearance, but just as strong in emotion is the maker’s opinion, quilted in the top and bottom red stripes: “Union Forever,” and “Secession Never.” Descended in the Brooks family of Maine, this quilt may have been stitched by Asenath (Hersom) Brooks (1808-1895), wife of William Brooks (1800-1883) of Brownfield. The oldest of their five children, John H. Brooks (1829-1862), battled for the Union as a private in the 11th Maine Infantry, serving in Virginia. The quilt is all cotton, and is entirely hand-stitched. Leaves on a vine are quilted around the circle of stars within the central medallion, while a chain design surrounds the medallion itself. A similar quilted chain undulates around the stars of the border. The red and white stripes feature quilting in clamshells, S-curved lines, stars, and floral motifs. The quilting thread colors vary, so that they blend into the red, white, and blue fabric; there are approximately six to seven quilting stitches per inch. Three strips of plain white cotton fabric comprise the backing, and the edges are bound with straight-grain red cotton. Minor yellowing does not diminish the vibrancy of this patriotic quilt. Scattered flyspecks and small brown spots can be alleviated with professional conservation.In sum, this quilt is an important document of American history, providing a tangible link to the traumatic era of the Civil War and to the people who experienced it. SIZE: 69” x 80-1/2”. CONDITION: Minor yellowing and scattered small brown spots and fly specks, generally very good. 9-74511 FP (25,000-50,000)

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844

OUTSTANDING NEEDLEWORK EMBROIDERED WOOL QUILT FROM THE DYER FAMILY. Late 18th or early 19th Century. This fabulous folk art quilt descended through the Dyer family who originated in Plymouth, Mass. moving to Vinalhaven, and then to the central Maine area. The following description was prepared by Lynne Z. Bassett who is considered to be the foremost expert on early American quilts. Embroidered and pieced wool quilts are probably the rarest type of eighteenth- or nineteenth-century American bed covering.[1] While they are not unique to New England, the majority originated from this region. Most wool bed covers that feature embroidery are either bed rugs (a single-layer textile with the entire surface covered with embroidery stitches), or fancy blankets, with overall floral designs or designs worked within the squares of a woven checked pattern. The maker of the Dyer family quilt presented herself with a particularly laborious challenge: creating a design using multiple techniques—piecing, quilting, and embroidery (any one of which might be deemed sufficient by most early nineteenth-century needlewomen). This beautiful quilt is the most recent discovery in this genre of bed covering. Measuring 99 inches long by 115 inches wide, it features cut-out corners to accommodate the bed’s foot posts. The main fabric, a plain-woven light brown wool, was probably produced in the home, as was the pale yellow, plain-woven backing fabric, which has a wool weft and factory-spun cotton warp. The center section of the top is pieced with fine black broadcloth (commonly used for men’s suit coats), in squares measuring approximately nine inches in each direction, set on point and alternating with the brown wool. The twenty-nine-inch-wide drops on the sides and bottom are not pieced. The quilting, accomplished at about six stitches per inch, is worked in two-ply worsted thread (brown or blue, depending on the fabric being quilted). A pattern of concentric right-angle points directed towards the center is quilted in each brown block, while the drops are quilted in a triple diamond trellis design, with four-lobed motifs filling the openings of the trellis pattern. The black blocks are simply quilted in parallel lines. Wool fleece provides the batting, and a gray-green worsted fabric, cut on the straight grain, binds the edges. Wool quilts are typically finished with a knife edge (the raw edges turned in and topstitched), so this binding is somewhat unusual. Wool yarn embroidery, beautifully executed in outline, chain, and surface satin stitches, embellishes the twenty squares and fourteen triangles of the black broadcloth. Interestingly, the wool yarns used are not crewel, nor are they Berlin yarns; they are slightly hairy and may have been homespun. The orangey-red, pale green, yellow, blue, and dark pink (along with white) colors were easily achievable with dyes procured from surrounding vegetation and the local country store. The consistency of the colors indicates an expert dyer. Most of the squares and triangles feature floral designs: spriggy flowers growing out of baskets and small vessels, flowers arranged in a grid, and flowers simply sprouting from the edges of the block. The black broadcloth background enriches their colors. The four blocks across the top of the quilt, where they would have covered the pillows, feature unusual motifs and give this quilt particular interest. Two of the blocks feature fish, simply outlined in yellow, red, and green chain stitches, laid side-by-side. The larger fish are decorated with simple lazy daisy stitches, worked in a manner as if to suggest the glistening body of the wet fish. The three fins across the top of the fish and two underneath suggest that these are cod, the most important staple of the New England fishing industry. A two-masted sailing ship in another block undoubtedly represents a fisherman’s vessel. An American eagle, with wings outspread, arrows held in its talons, and a shield design representing its body, decorates the fourth block. Clearly, the quilter wished to manifest her pride in the new United States of America and in the New England fishing industry. Every detail of this quilt—the fabrics, quilting design, and embroidery motifs—suggests a date of the early nineteenth century. The Dyer family history is also consistent with an early nineteenth century date. The Dyers, who were Mayflower descendants, moved from Plymouth, Massachusetts, to Vinalhaven, Maine, in the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century. Both of these communities depended a great deal on the fishing industry. In the mid-nineteenth century, the family moved inland to the Augusta area, so a quilt with fish motifs seems less likely to be a pictorial quilt subject. The quilt is in overall good condition. The wool fabric has faded slightly along the left side, appearing more brown than along the right side, which has more red to its color. There are scattered small holes due to insect damage scattered throughout the quilt. The back fabric reveals that an alkaline-type liquid once spilled on it, as it has a large moisture stain with deterioration of the wool yarns while the cotton yarns are largely undamaged. Most importantly, the top is in very good condition, with little to mar its delightful design. The Dyer family embroidered wool quilt is a wonderful example of this rare form of bedcover, offering excellent workmanship, a folk art design that is not only pleasing but meaningful, and a history within one of the longest-standing New England families.SIZE: 99”l x 115”w. CONDITION: The quilt is in overall good condition, with some fading and small holes due to insect damage scattered throughout the quilt. The back having a stain and generally the top is in very good condition with little to detract from its folk art appeal. [1] A quick survey of publications and inquiries to museums netted fewer than a dozen examples; not considered were wool crazy quilts. 9-73890 FP (30,000-50,000)

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845

IMPORTANT LOT OF THREE PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTURS FROM THE SHUMAKER FAMILY. The three frakturs have been laid down on the first three pages of the Shumaker family’s “Johnson’s Family Atlas”. Fraktur #1) 15” x 12-1/2”, watercolor pen and ink on paper, the document in German and dated December 29, 1788 and being the birth letter of Simon Schumacher. The other names listed Wilhelm Schumacher, Catharina Lang, Simon Lang and Catharina Scharolisin. There are several lines of text encompassed within a wreath with bow tie. A large title:“Hier mein Gott da find (Given unto God)” with six lines below. All the text surrounded by linked tulip and leaf border ending in a full red open flower. The top having a central urn flanked by potted blue flowers and columns with urns of flowers. Two triangles are seen in their midst, one with as “S” another with “SM.” Possibly the work of Georg Burger. CONDITION: Vibrant colors, and clear writing. Glued down to paper page showing evidence of some open tears, edge roughness, folds, and creases. Fraktur #2) 15-1/4” x 12-1/2”, watercolor pen and ink on paper, the document in German and dated March 17, 1822 and being the birth letter of Georg Schumacher. The date and birth record being encompassed in a wreath with bowtie above which is written “West Moreland County South Huntingdon Township Nord Amerika Pennsylvania.” Below the wreath in large letters “Weil ich nunge” below which are four lines of text. Text all surrounded by linked tulips ending in a blossomed colorful flower, there are two red ovals, one on each side, one with “G” and one with “S”. The top having a central urn flanked by potted red flowers and columns with urns of flowers. Possibly the work of Georg Burger. CONDITION: Vibrant colors, and clear writing. Glued down to paper page showing evidence of some open tears, edge roughness, folds, and creases. Fraktur #3) 12-1/2” x 15-1/2”, outstanding watercolor pen and ink on paper birth letter for Anna Maria Brauim (?), dated October 21, 1792. With various lines of text encompassed within a heart flanked by angels, birds, and colorful tulips on the upper half and fanciful doves, flowers, birds, and flower vines on the bottom half. Possibly the work of “Diamond Band Artist” or George Carl Stocks. CONDITION: Vibrant colors, and clear writing. Glued down to paper page showing evidence of some open tears, edge roughness, folds, and creases. NOTE: The three frakturs are contained in the first three pages of the atlas which is complete and an important atlas on its own. BOOK CONDITION: The binding is split and as is, the front having a Geo. Shumaker period label. 9-73810 FP (15,000-25,000)

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846

LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE CARVED AND PAINTED AMERICAN EAGLE WITH FLAG AND BANNER. The carved and gilded spread winged eagle, an indigo banner painted “E. Pluribus Unum” in white lettering and gripping the U.S. shield in its talons, carved from a solid pine board, eagle’s head applied. SIZE: 25” overall h x 72-1/2” wing span. CONDITION: Surface appears original with good patina, blue stars on white ground in shield probably re-painted; now flaking. No damages or restoration in carving, very good condition overall. 9-74602 SM (1,500-2,500)

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847

PAIR OF EXCEPTIONAL FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED FIGURES OF LADY AND GENTLEMAN, CIRCA 1870. Wonderfully carved and painted, the male figure wearing brown pants and cream coat with buttons and brown derby hat with black band. Female figure wearing brown dress with black belt, black collar, and cream colored bow tie with white blouse beneath; shown clutching the side of her dress with one hand. Facial features are excellently carved. PROVENANCE: Originally from an Augusta, Maine home, sold at James D. Julia’s to the present owner Aug. 23, 1989. SIZE: Lady is 14-1/2”, man is 16”. CONDITION: Female is missing her left arm and much of her bonnet, possibly originally had feet; paint is strong, with minor scuffs and wear in spots. The man is also missing his left arm and right hand is missing thumb and pieces of a finger, three of his buttons, which were carved and set into the coat, are missing, one intact; possibly had shoes at one time, now absent. There is paint loss on cuffs of pants. Proper right back side of body with obvious scorch marks. 9-74455 LG (3,500-5,500)

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848

NEW ENGLAND SMOKE DECORATED AND PAINTED DOME-TOP BOX ATTRIBUTED TO RUFUS PORTER (1792-1884). The pine box with dome lid, forged lock, spring and wire hinges decorated overall with whimsical trees and smoke decoration. The following inscription, penciled inside the lid reads: “1864 Orville Clark Bumford. Clark E. Woodard 1924.” SIZE: 9”h x 20”l x 11-1/2”d. CONDITION: Very good overall, with acceptable wear and scuffing. 9-90714 MD (6,000-8,000)

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849

PAIR OF RAISED PANELED DOORS DECORATED BY RUFUS PORTER (American, 1792-1884). The doors having been removed from the second floor of the Carroll Rounds House in West Buxton, Maine. The Carroll Rounds House is mentioned in Jean Lipman’s book Rufus Porter: Yankee Pioneer on page 178. The doors having grain painting on one side with wheat stocks on each of four long raised panels leaving the two small raised panels without. Original hardware present. SIZE: 77-3/4”h x 30-1/2”w. CONDITION: Significant Craquelure, some dings and scratches but generally very good. 9-74691 LG (2,000-4,000)

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850

PENNSYLVANIA FEDERAL WALNUT CORNER CUPBOARD IN BLUE PAINT, FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY. The cupboard in robin’s egg blue, with a cove molded cornice projecting above the conforming case with canted sides, fitted with two pair of paneled cupboard doors, raised on modified angular feet forming bootjack ends. SIZE: 83”h x 48”w x 27”d. CONDITION: The outer two pieces of the cornice are replacements. Top brass knob replaced. Surfaces and paint showing wonderful wear. 9-90724 LG (8,000-12,000)

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851

FINE NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE TRANSITIONAL LIFT TOP BLANKET CHEST IN ORIGINAL SURFACE. The rectangular top with applied molding and original rattail hinges opening above the conforming case with four simulated cock beaded drawers above a conforming pair of aligned short drawers over two long drawers on a molded base raised on bracket feet centering a deeply scalloped apron. SIZE: 51-1/2” h x 41-1/4” case w x 20” d. CONDITION: This piece retains original finish and hardware with very good patina, the bracket feet original with no visible repairs. PROVENANCE: Attached to the backboard is an early 20th Century shipping label from the “Auld Newbury Antique Shop, 11 Newbury Street, Newburyport, Mass. Shipped to Mrs. F. L. Kellogg, Bar Harbor, ME.”. 9-90464 QP (3,000-5,000)

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852

RARE STATE OF MAINE PAINT DECORATED WEAVER’S CHAIR. The grained tablet crest joined to cylindrical stiles centering four spindles joined to the shaped grained plank seat raised on four raked cylindrical simulated bamboo legs joined by a double spindle box stretcher. SIZE: 40-3/4” h of back, 25-1/2” h of seat. CONDITION: Normal wear and losses to paint, no damage or restoration noted 9-90367 SM (900-1,200)

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853

AMERICAN PAINTED AND GRAIN DECORATED ARTIST’S BOX. Of rectangular form, in black paint with ochre graining and sponged decoration, the lid outlined in mustard yellow, the case dovetailed. SIZE: 3” h x 22” w x 18-1/2” d. CONDITION: Normal wear, paint losses and scratches within expected parameters, good condition overall. 9-90365 SM (450-550)

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854

UNSIGNED (American/British, 18th/19th Century) ANCESTRAL PORTRAITS OF A HUSBAND AND WIFE. Pair of outstanding oil on canvas 3/4 portraits consigned from a private Boston, MA area home. Both in period matching gilt wood frames with black liner. Woman stands wearing a fancy formal dress with gold front and rust, blue and white top. A large lace collar and sleeves and a lace edged gold bonnet. She wears a variety of jewelry including a wide red and white choker under which is a gold cross with crucifix. She wears two rings, one a gold pinky ring which matches the gentleman’s pinky ring. Arms are crossed at waist and she holds a decorative fan in one hand and a pink rose in the other. She is seen against a greenish to brown background. The man wears a blue coat with large light blue buttons, a red and white vest which he has placed one hand through at his waist. His other hand, which has matching pinky ring, holds a pair of white gloves. PROVENANCE: From a private Boston, MA are home. SIZE: CONDITION: Very good, relined. 9-73329 FP (5,000-10,000)

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855

FINE AMERICAN FOLK ART TAVERN SIGN CARVED WITH A DISPLAYED EAGLE AND SHIELD ABOVE THE NAME “P. CHICK”. The displayed eagle on a leafy branch clutching a cluster of arrows, the body depicting the great seal of the United States flanked by leafy branches. The base of the sign carved with the letters “P. CHICK.” The carved elements all contain remnants of the original paint, heavily applied as to raise the surfaces. The whole carved and painted on a single pine board. We believe this comes from Connecticut and is registered in the inventory of Connecticut Tavern Signs. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 37”h x 26”w. CONDITION: With original patina and old paint surfaces, the front probably applied with linseed oil as a preservative. 9-90098 MD (3,000-5,000)

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856

AMERICAN SCHOOLGIRL THEOREM MOUNTED IN ORIGINAL DEEP GOLD LEAF FRAME, MID 19TH CENTURY. Depicting cuttings of grapes, berries, and other fruit in a woven basket with handle on a grain painted surface, in original frame with old backboards. SIGHT SIZE: 12-1/2” x 13-1/4”. CONDITION: No repairs or restoration, theorem now has an overall tea-colored patina, frame with worn areas and loss of gilding, overall good condition. 9-90364 SM (1,250-1,750)

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857

AN AMERICAN SCHOOL GIRL THEOREM IN LEMON GILT FRAME (Circa 1825). Depicting a basket of fruit. SIZE: (sight) 14-1/4”h x 17”w. CONDITION: Slight foxing overall, original backboard, wear to gilding on frame. 9-74820 SM (1,200-1,600)

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858

LARGE COLLECTION OF EARLY PAINTED STONE FRUIT IN A WIRE-WEAVE BASKET. Collection of approximately 55 painted stone fruit in various colors and sizes of apples, pears, peaches, plums, apricots, figs, oranges, lemons, limes, strawberries, tangerines, nectarines, two clusters of grapes, etc. Now shown in an accompanying wire basket. SIZE: 16” dia. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with some chipping to stone fruit. 9-90720 SM (2,000-3,000)

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859

FULL BODIED COPPER FLYING HORSE WEATHERVANE IN OLD PAINT. With sheet copper mane and tail, old paint over original gilding, weathered surface. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 13-3/4” h x 30” l. CONDITION: Paint chips and loss, bullet hole in tail, minor dents, loss to tip of tail. 9-90105 LG (3,000-5,000)

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860

MOLDED AND CUT SHEET COPPER BANNERETTE WEATHERVANE. The rectangular banner with pierced oval medallion and crenellated end joined by a framework of rods terminating in spheres with ridged midlines. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 21-1/2” h x 24-1/2” l. CONDITION: Retains remnants of old gilded surface, one bullet hole in front, with minor tears in sheet work, otherwise very good. 9-90107 SM (600-1,000)

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861

FULL BODIED COPPER EAGLE WEATHERVANE WITH OUTSTRETCHED WINGS IN GREEN VERDIGRIS. The eagle with outstretched wings, head angled downwards mounted on a copper ball and post. Similar to examples made by Washburn. SIZE: 18”h x 20”w. CONDITION: Dents at back of neck, proper left wing, and proper left side of ball. Loss of proper left talon. 9-90788 MD (2,000-2,400)

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862

ISPHAHAN CARPET, CENTRAL PERSIA. The blue-black field with dense polychrome floral vinery within multiple abrashed floral borders on a claret red ground. SIZE: 17’5” x 11’. CONDITION: Areas of wear around edges with some moth damage, otherwise good. 9-74558 MD (5,000-7,000)

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863

SHIRVAN RUG. EAST CAUCASUS. The midnight blue field centering three lesghi stars flanked by polychrome geometric designs within a candy cane minor border and a polychrome crab border. PROVENANCE: From a private Leominster, MA collector. SIZE: 4’ 10-1/2” x 3’ 2”. CONDITION: Overall condition very good with bold colors and design. 9-74972 MD (800-1,200)

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864

SEMI-ANTIQUE SHIRVAN RUG. With two rows of polychrome “Lesghi” stars within octagonal medallions alternating with diamonds within multiple saz leaf and zigzag borders. SIZE: 5’2” x 3’6”. CONDITION: Overall very good with minimal wear. 9-90556 MD (800-1,200)

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865

FINE CLASSICAL MAHOGANY DOUBLE PEDESTAL DINING TABLE WITH THREE ADDITIONAL LEAVES. The rectangular top with D-ends and reeded edges each on a ring turned bulbous pedestal joined to reeded saber legs with brass capped claw foot casters. SIZE: 28” h x 60” l x 46-1/2” w. Two additional leaves 15-1/2” w each, third leaf 24-1/2” w. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished, in very good condition overall, table retains clips and leaf supports. 9-90531 QP (4,000-6,000)

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866

FINE MASSACHUSETTS SHERATON FIGURED MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, PROBABLY BOSTON. The rectangular top with ovolo corners and reeded edge above the conforming case fitted with a central concave, cross banded, and cock beaded drawer above a pair of conforming doors, over arched reeded apron, flanked by a bowed drawer over a conforming cupboard door raised on six reeded, ball, and ring turned legs with reeded stiles on ball feet raised on brass capped casters. Retains original circular brass knobs. SIZE: 41” h x 73-1/2” l x 25” d. CONDITION: With clean original surface and original brass hardware. Very fine condition overall, with no restoration noted. 9-90541 QP (8,000-12,000)

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867

FINE MASSACHUSETTS QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TEA TABLE, PROBABLY NEWBURYPORT, ATTRIBUTED TO THE WORKSHOP OF JOSEPH SHORT. The circular top hinged on a columnar standard with suppressed urn, raised on a cabriole tripod base with bold angular pointed pad feet on platforms. SIZE: 27-3/4” h x 32” dia. CONDITION: Polished old surface, very good overall with no visible restorations. 9-90511 QP (1,200-1,800)

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868

OUTSTANDING COIN SILVER COVERED TUREEN BY WILLIAM L. ADAMS, NEW YORK. A large oval tureen with side handles having four claw feet with leaf decorated supports, two oval foliate scroll cartouches with no monograms. Bottom with touch marks. The cover having a center fixed foliate handle on a step-domed top. SIZE: 11” h x 15-1/2” x 9” at widest. CONDITION: Very good. 9-73896 LG (8,000-12,000)

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869

COIN SILVER PUNCH LADLE BY GEORGE STEPHENS OF NEW YORK. Hallmarked “G S”. Circa 1790. Un-monogrammed. In Old English patterned handle with round bowl. SIZE: 13-1/2”l. WEIGHT: 6.7 Tr. Oz. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74329 SM (250-400)

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870

OUTSTANDING STERLING AND IVORY HANDLED PUNCH LADLE. Handle marked “Sterling” also having a Chinese four character mark and maker’s mark “C S”. Ladle having a round bowl, bamboo leaf engraving to handle with water leaf ends connected to a finely carved shaped ribbed handle. PROVENANCE: From a fine southern Maine home. SIZE: 14-3/4” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74401 MDD (1,000-1,500)

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871

OUTSTANDING AMERICAN INLAID MAHOGANY WRITING BOX. The hinged cover having a leafy branch with bowtie inlay surrounded by a rectangular band inlay. Fitted interior having replaced writing surface. The ends having original bale handles and a long dovetailed end drawer. Rhode Island late 18th century. SIZE: 7-1/4” h x 19-1/4” l x 10-1/4” d. CONDITION: Very good with some minor repairs. 9-74257 SM (1,000-1,500)

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872

REGENCY BURL WALNUT TEA CADDY. Of sarcophagus form with hinged dome top opening to an interior fitted with two domed Burr walnut containers centering an etched glass bowl; the lid fitted to the case with concave out swept sides, the base ebony trimmed, centering a mother-of-pearl oval escutcheon, raised on disc feet. SIZE: 7-1/2” h x 13-3/4” l x 8” d. CONDITION: Retains original key, very good overall with original clean surface. 9-90489 SM (750-1,250)

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873

PAIR OF DEEP BLUE GLASS FLUID LAMPS, MID 19TH CENTURY. The brass collar missing burner fitted to the faceted lobed blue fonts joined to a fluted brass column continuing to a molded circular base on a square marble plinth. SIZE: 11”h. CONDITION: Very good overall, missing burners, marble bases slightly discolored. 9-74793 SM (900-1,200)

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874

RENAISSANCE REVIVAL GOTHIC BURR WALNUT BRACKET CLOCK; COOK AND BURCHETTE, OXFORD STREET, LONDON; TOGETHER WITH MATCHING SHELF. Of architectural form, the case is headed by three gothic finials centering the peaked crenellated cornice above the arched door carved with leaf tips opening to the silvered dial with foliate decorated spandrels centering the maker’s name within the chapter ring surmounted by a cadence, strike/silent, and tune dial. The brass works with a triple fusee, three train, eight bell and gong movement. The face flanked by engaged cluster columns on canted corners, the sides with pierce carved floral arched openings above the carved apron of aligned arched molded plinth. SIZE: 28-3/4” x 18-1/2” x 10-3/4”. Shelf is 17-1/2” x 20-1/2” x 12-1/4”. CONDITION: Professionally cleaned, restored and refinishes. Shelf is refinished. 9-74678 FP (5,000-7,000)

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875

UNSIGNED (Chinese School, 19th Century) AMERICAN SHIP “SPLENDID OF BALTIMORE”. Fine oil on canvas ship portrait showing a black and white hulled three-mast ship sailing left to right. Thirteen hole gun deck, shown in full sail flying the American flag off stern. The bow complete with figurehead and ship name. Also ship’s name pennant on front mast, back mast has white flag with “139”. Light pink cloud and blue sky. Housed in a fine ebonized and gilt carved wood and gesso replacement frame with gold and black name plaque. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 20” x 25-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. Relined with spot inpainting. 9-29642 HP (10,000-15,000)

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876

ATTRIBUTED TO HUANG DASHEN (Chinese 18th Century) NURSING THE BABY. Rare and outstanding oil on canvas Chinese scene shows a mother nursing an infant while lying on a brown floor with hand holding her head up. Another woman is seated behind. A blue curtain like background with flower decorated border top. Unsigned. Housed in a mahogany molded wood frame. The canvas is unstretched and lies freely against backboard. CANVAS SIZE: 17” x 22”. CONDITION: Very good fine craquelure and there are several pieces of tape affixed to reverse of canvas. 9-74877 HP (12,000-16,000)

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877

CHINA TRADE REVERSE PAINTING ON GLASS OF A CHINESE WOMAN HOLDING A BEADED NECKLACE AND RED SCARF HOUSED IN A PERIOD FRAME. The figure finely executed with feathered headdress and tasseled earrings wearing a fine period embroidered robe. Depicted beside a table on a black background. SIGHT SIZE: 15-1/2” x 11-3/4”. CONDITION: Original painting on glass, with no flaking or chipping to paint surfaces, the original China trade gilt frame with some roughness to top and bottom edges of frame, retains original untouched backboards. 9-90710 MD (2,000-3,000)

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878

IMPORTANT RARE PAIR OF LARGE CHINESE UNDER GLAZE BLUE STORAGE JARS, MADE FOR THE DOMESTIC MARKET. Late 18th Century. Each of rectangular form with conforming openings decorated overall with scrolling vinery, peonies, conk shells, and dahlias centering a coin roundel. The interiors with ribbed tile construction, the bases signed and numbered (see detail photo). PROVENANCE: Purchased by consignor from a private home in mainland China. SIZE: 16” h x 12” w x 7-3/4” d. CONDITION: Glaze in very fine condition with rich coloring. No evidence of any damages or repairs. 9-90432 HP (20,000-28,000)

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879

PAIR OF UNUSUAL CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN VASES WITH FAMILLE ROSE DECORATION. The molded and ribbed bodies with large floral sprays, applied gilt dragons and butterflies; the fluted necks with ruffled edges and blue bandings. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 24”h. CONDITION: Very fine condition. 9-73903 MD (4,000-6,000)

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880

PAIR OF ORIENTAL EXPORT POLYCHROME VASES. Painted with scenes of children at play. Applied with figures of children. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 12-1/2” h. CONDITION: One with loss to bowtie ribbon, otherwise very good. 9-73921 MD (1,000-2,000)

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881

CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PORCELAIN UNDERGLAZE YELLOW GARDEN BARREL. Designed overall with burnt orange stylized flying bats interspaced with pink and white floral sprays and flowerheads on a canary yellow ground with double pierced coins and bosses within a celadon green and pink wavy border. Marked with an Asian character in burnt orange under base. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 18”h, 13-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good overall, no restoration noted. 9-73937 MD (3,000-5,000)

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882

LARGE ROSE MEDALLION BOWL ON STAND. Decorated with Chinese domestic scenes; enclosures decorated with flowers, birds and fruit. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: Bowl is 6-1/2” h x 15-1/2” dia. Stand is 6-1/2” h x 11-1/4” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-73905 MD (2,000-3,000)

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883

PAIR OF ROSE MEDALLION SQUARE GARNITURE VASES, 19TH CENTURY. Each decorated overall with a fanciful garden scene depicting birds and butterflies within a wavy polychrome border. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 16-1/2”h. CONDITION: Appear in overall very good condition. 9-73982 MD (1,200-1,800)

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884

CANTONESE CHINA TRADE PAINT DECORATED AND BRASS BOUND CAMPHOR TRUNK. Of rectangular form, the lid painted with a central panel depicting exotic birds within a floral cartouche bordered by polychrome floral vinery, the lid edged with brass studs and strapping, fitted to the conforming case similarly decorated and fitted with brass carrying handles. SIZE: 16” h x 35” l x 18” d. CONDITION: Cracks, creases and repairs to leather covering, creasing and repairs to brass strapping, paint overall good, retains original shipping label on interior. 9-74244 SM (900-1,200)

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885

HERIZ CARPET, NORTHWEST PERSIA. The lobed medium and dark indigo medallion on a madder red field with dense polychrome geometric design centered by ale indigo spandrels within a blue-black border of polychrome geometric lattice work. SIZE: 10’ x 6’11”. CONDITION: Very good overall, with acceptable even wear, loss to selvedge. 9-90553 MD (3,000-5,000)

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886

NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE CHERRY BONNET TOP HIGHBOY. PROBABLY COASTAL CONNECTICUT. In two parts, the upper case with molded swans neck cornice with full bonnet, centering three onion finials, and fitted with two short drawers centering a deep drawer over a pair of aligned short drawers above three graduated thumb molded long drawers, joined to the waisted lower case fitted with a single drawer above three aligned short drawers, all with thumb molded edges, raised on tapered cabriole legs with scalloped returns on spoon pad feet centering an arcaded apron. PROVENANCE: From a fine Yarmouth, Maine home. SIZE: 85” h x 40” w x 23” d. CONDITION: Older cleaned surface, good color, old hardware in original holes, the whole with chestnut and oak secondary wood, overall very good condition. 9-74459 FP (15,000-25,000)

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887

FINE AND RARE NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE FIGURED MAPLE AND WALNUT DRESSING TABLE, PROBABLY RHODE ISLAND. The rectangular top with molded edges above a conforming case fitted with three thumb molded drawers above the arched and scalloped apron raised on cabriole legs with shaped returns terminating in bold round pad feet. SIZE: 29-1/2” h x 30” case w x 19” overall d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished, retains original hardware, original top reset. 9-90507 HP (8,000-12,000)

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888

FINE RHODE ISLAND QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY DROP LEAF TABLE. The rectangular top with conforming hinged leaves projecting above the astragal arched frieze raised on tapering cylindrical legs with platform pad feet. SIZE: 28” h x 15” w x 36-1/4” d. CONDITION: Old scrubbed surface, one seam repair on leaf, otherwise very good. 9-90523 QP (2,500-3,500)

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889

RHODE ISLAND QUEEN ANNE WALNUT SIDE CHAIR. The yoked crest above the vasiform splat flanked by undulating stiles joined to the trapezoidal slip seat with scalloped rail raised on cabriole frontal legs with scalloped returns joined to a block and baluster turned recessed box stretcher terminating in circular pad feet, the rear cylindrical legs block turned and back swept. SIZE: 41” h x 18” h of seat. CONDITION: Retains old cleaned surface, seat blocks replaced, no restoration noted. 9-90517 QP (3,000-4,000)

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890

JOHN TRUMBULL (American, 1756-1843) PORTRAIT OF GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Important large oil on canvas 3/4 portrait of General George Washington. Washington stands with one hand at hip, other hand holding a scroll which has written “By John Trumbull May 1793”. He wears a red military jacket with fancy gold trim, a vest and white collar shirt. His head looking at viewer in a Gilbert Stuart type rendition. A red curtain is seen on left side with a grayish green background. Housed in a modern French style gesso decorated frame with gilt liner. Back of stretcher is a J. Chenue London French packer label. We believe his uniform represent the Virginia Regiment. SIZE: 44” x 35-1/4”. CONDITION: Painting has an old relining with a more contemporary patch which when viewed under blacklight has corresponding inpainting. There is an area of approximately 1-1/2” along the bottom center border going into the right corner and up the right side which has been inpainted. This does not include any of the signature area. Remainder of the painting fluoresces a light green which does not allow any prior restoration to be seen. 9-73715 FPD (20,000-40,000)

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891

AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT BY GEORGE WASHINGTON. The document having a handwritten section “After the expiration of eight days from the date hereof Mr. Rofs has permission to go into the city of New York and here turn again. Given at Brunswick this sixth day of July 1778. G. Washington (signature). Mr. Rofs.” Bottom of document is printed and written as follows: “By his Excellency George Washington, esq; General and Commander in Chief of the forces of the United States of America. These are to certify that the bearer hereof Benjamin Taylor, soldier in the second Connect. Regiment having faithfully served the United States from June 1777 to June 1783 and being enlisted for the war only is hereby discharged from the American Army.”. The document has been affixed to a scrapbook page. SIZE: 9-3/4” x 6-3/4”. Paper: 10-1/4” x 7-1/4”. CONDITION: Stains, bleed through writing, some tears. Good. 9-74947 SM (1,500-2,000)

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892

AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT BY GEORGE WASHINGTON. The document as follows: “Given at head-quarters the 9th June 83 G Washington (signed) by his Excellency’s command, J Trumbull (signed) registered in the books of the regimen, G Curtis (signed) adjutant. The above Taylor has been honored with the badge of merit for six years faithful service. H Swift Col (signed)”. The document has been pasted to a yellow scrapbook page. SIZE: Document is 7-1/2” x 6-1/2”. Paper: 10” x 7-1/4”. CONDITION: Stains, foxing, folds, small hole at center, otherwise good. 9-74948 SM (1,500-2,000)

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893

AUTOGRAPH FRAMED DOCUMENT PERTAINING TO THE JAMES CUDWORTH (OWNERS OF JAMESTOWN IRONWORKS). The document dated 1704. The front side with three-quarter page of writing followed by nineteen signatures with red wax seals. Backside with a third of page of writing an added piece of paper having four signatures and four seals. The document pertains to the agreement for rights of land and water for James Cudworth and the letter is signed by Thomas Leonard. Housed between glass and a molded wood frame. TOTAL SIZE: 13-1/2” x 10-1/4”. SIGHT SIZE: 11-3/4” x 8-3/4”. CONDITION: Folds and stains, some separation, generally good. 9-90008 SM (200-400)

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894

IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF LETTERS PERTAINING TO FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. Correspondence from the Swallia family of New York written by Franklin D. Roosevelt between 1928 and 1935 as Governor of New York and President of the United States including a Christmas card in its original envelope. Six examples with his signature, two signed by his personal secretary. 1) 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” Typed half-page letter pen signed by Louise M. Howe, Personal Secretary to Governor Roosevelt, letter indicates that due to an influx of mail, he will be unable to personally sign all letters. 2) 10-1/2” x 7-1/4” Typed letter signed in pen Franklin D. Roosevelt on his personal stationary dated October 26, 1928 to Mr. Clarence Swallia of Cape Vincent, NY. The letter is a personal request for Mr. Swallia to write him confidentially regarding his decision as to which of the two presidential candidates he will be supporting. Roosevelt requests that the return letter be sent to his house in New York City (this seems to be a very unusual request on behalf of Roosevelt for a single person’s decision on a candidate). 3) 10-1/2” x 7-1/4” Typed letter pen signed by Roosevelt on personal stationary dated October 31, 1928. The letter thanks Mr. Swallia on his previous letter which indicated his decision to vote for Governor Smith. 4) 10-1/2” x 8” Typed letter on Governor’s stationary, pen signed by Roosevelt dated November 11, 1930. The letter thanks Mr. Swallia for his note of congratulations. 5) 10-1/2” x 8” on Governor’s stationary, typed letter with hand signed signature of Roosevelt dated January 30, 1930. The letter regards thanking Mr. Swallia for his letter of January 25 and a reference is made to a radio speech. 6) 11” x 8-1/2” Typed letter on executive mansion stationary, pen signed by Roosevelt dated July 8, 1932 to Mr. Swallia thanking him for his message of congratulations and asking him for his help. 7) 11” x 8-1/2” Typed letter on executive mansion stationary hand signed by Roosevelt to Mr. Swallia regarding his message of good will and congratulations, dated November 22, 1932. 8) 9-1/4” x 6-1/4” Typed letter on White House stationary signed by M.A. LeHand, private secretary to the President. This letter as follows:“April 25, 1935. My Dear Miss Swallia: The President has recived your very kind note of April sixteenth. He deeply appreciates you expression of approval and is most grateful for your Easter greetings. He asks me to send his best wishes to you. Very sincerely yours, M.A. LeHand, PRIVATE SECRETARY. Miss Elizabeth H. Swallia, Cape Vincent, New York.” 9) 5” x 7-1/4” Unsigned official Governor’s Christmas card. Accompanying lot are the six original envelopes. CONDITION: Overall very good, signatures slightly faded, one letter with insect damage. 9-74499 LG (8,000-12,000)

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895

GROUP OF JOHN F. KENNEDY RELATED ITEMS INCLUDING AUTOGRAPHS. 1) Black & white photograph inscribed “To Stephen D’Arcy With Very Best Wishes John F. Kennedy”. SIZE: 10” x 8”. CONDITION: Very good. 2) Two signed letters by John F. Kennedy. Both involve the recent widow Mrs. Rita V. Stelline. The first letter, dated May 20th, 1953 is in response to Stephen D’Arcy’s request for information regarding the windows pension. It is on United States Senate John F. Kennedy stationary and signed “John Kennedy”. Accompanying the letter is a copy dated May 15th of the response to Kennedy from Colonel F. B. Carberry. Second letter dated June 8th, 1953 on Kennedy Senate stationary indicating to Stephen D’Arcy that the request is being dealt with by the Veterans Administration. It is signed “John” and has a copy of the original correspondence attached. Along with these two letters is the original request from Stephen D’Arcy which indicates that John Stelline, the widows husband, was killed in action on April 15th, 1953. SIZE: 10-1/2” x 8”. CONDITION: Very good. 3) 10” x 8” photograph of Joan Kennedy inscribed and signed “To Steve D’Arsy With Appreciation Joan Kennedy 1964”. 4) A typed letter dated May 11, 1953 signed “John F. Kennedy” with envelope. 5) Typed letter July 1, 1953 signed “John” with envelope. 6) Letter dated January 19, 1961 signed “John Kennedy” with envelope. 7) Invitation to the Inaugural Ball for the President Kennedy and Vice President Johnson also invitation to the Inaugural concert and the Inauguration. Included are two Inauguration January 20, 1961 Stand 13 tickets. Two Inauguration Ball tickets and official Inauguration Program. 8) Also included is an invitation to the Inauguration of Johnson and Humphrey, as well as eight Kennedy/Johnson bumper stickers and three pins. 9) Included is a rare 29” long pennant, for the January 20, 1961 Inauguration. CONDITION: All generally very good. 9-73766, 9-73768, 9-90352 MD (2,500-4,000)

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896

SMALL COLLECTION OF CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PAPER CURRENCY. Contained in a folding leather carrier. 17 examples including: US fractional currency bill for 50 cents, bearer bonds for 15 and 10 cents both issued in 1862, a $5 bearer bond from the Farmer’s and Exchange Bank of Charleston, S.C., Confederate States of America bills in various denominations ranging from $1 to $100 and dated from 1861-1864. PROVENANCE: From a Harpswell, Maine home. SIZE: 7-1/4” x 3-1/4” dimensions of largest bill. CONDITION: Overall in very worn and fragile condition. 9-90086 MD (300-500)

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897

CARVED, GILDED, AND PAINT DECORATED DISPLAYED EAGLE WITH SHIELD AND CROSSED FLAGS, MID 20TH CENTURY. Similar to an example carved by Emery Jones of Freeport, Maine, circa 1900, and also the “Salem” model of the Artistic Carving Company of Boston. SIZE: 12-1/2”h x 30” l. CONDITION: Old original surfaces, minor paint losses, no visible repairs or restoration noted. 9-74465 SM (1,000-2,000)

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898

E. LEEDS (American 19th Century) OUR COUNTRY. Fine oil on canvas patriotic folk art scene showing Lady Liberty holding a large American flag on staff and U.S. shield. Beside her is a spread winged bald eagle all standing atop a globe with “Our Country” and ivy and berry spray. Signed bottom right “E. Leeds”. Housed in a modern gilt molded wood frame. SIZE: 19” x 15”. CONDITION: Relined. Craquelure. Inpainting. Good. 9-90413 LG (8,000-10,000)

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899

NEEDLEWORK SCHOOLGIRL SAMPLER BY ELIZABETH ANN LEE, 1832. Sampler having side and top flower vines with the bottom row encompassing a basket of flowers and other stemmed flowers. Top having another row of flowers. A four line verse below which is a family register with five names and date. Housed in a Victorian walnut frame with glass. SIGHT SIZE: 15-1/2”x 17-1/2”. CONDITION: Good. 9-90596 SM (800-1,200)

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900

SAMPLER BY HARRIET LEE, 1822. Worked with a verse titled “Passenger” above rows of stylized trees and animals worked with scrolling vinery and stylistic floral arrangements bordered with scrolling vinery. All within a quarter sawn oak frame. SIGHT SIZE: 12-1/4” x 14-1/2”. CONDITION: Line of minor staining in bottom third, minor areas of moth damage in ground, upper right corner, bottom line of verse, lower left side. Retains original glass and backing, very good condition. 9-74999 MD (800-1,200)

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901

CURRIER & IVES (American, Publisher, 19th Century) “THE LIFE OF A FIREMAN-THE NIGHT ALARM-START HER LIVELY BOYS”. Fabulous colored lithograph shows fifteen fireman bringing an engine on cart out of a fire house. It is nighttime and the scene is lit by streetlights and a man with a lantern. After a painting by “L. Maurer” and dated “1854”. A nice large folio with good color. Housed in a modern black and gilt molded wood frame with red and white mattes which have cutout for a title. IMAGE SIZE: 17-1/4” x 26”. SIGHT SIZE: 19-1/4” (to bottom of cutout) x 26-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good, not examined out of frame. 9-90420 LG (4,000-5,000)

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902

CURRIER & IVES (American, Publisher, 19th Century) “THE AMERICAN FIREMAN – ALWAYS READY”. Colored lithograph shows a fireman wearing helmet, belt and boots, pulling fire wagon. After a painting by “L. Maurer” and dated “1858”. Housed in a good modern molded wood frame with double matte. IMAGE SIZE: 17-1/4” x 13-1/2”. SIGHT SIZE: 20” x 15”. CONDITION: Very good, not examined out of frame. 9-90421 MD (2,000-3,000)

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903

ELMA STEWART (American, Early 20th Century) FIRE AT MAY’S DEPARTMENT STORE, AVALINE. The large oil on canvas scene shows a corner block building engulfed in flames with two fire engines and several fire fighters engaging the fire with large sprays of water. Signed lower left on back of stretcher: “May 8, 1908 Avaline.” Purportedly this is May’s Department store in Freemont, Indiana and this painting was formerly in the collection of the First National Bank of Freemont, Indiana. Housed in a decorated 19th Century frame. The frame having a fine decorated interior with a crackled and consolidated varnish finish to heighten the flames of the painting. SIZE: 33” x 48”. CONDITION: Relined within painting, very good. 9-90715 LG (8,000-12,000)

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904

EXTREMELY RARE AND IMPORTANT COLODIAN NEGATIVE OF A FIREMAN’S PARADE IN MIDDLETOWN CONNECTICUT. This mammoth sized glass-plate negative shows an outdoor parade scene in Middletown Connecticut featuring the only known image of the Middletown Mansfield Base Ball Club. They are seen standing in the parade in the central section. Eight men are seen in full uniform with a capitol “M” on jersey, high stockings, white uniforms, baseball caps and some are leaning on their baseball bats. The negative is circa 1872 and corresponds with what is known about this baseball team in that they were formed and existed between 1866 and 1872 and they were the first major league baseball team formed in Connecticut. This is an extremely early date for an image of a professional baseball team. This team played Boston, New York and Philadelphia and included future Hall of Famer Jim (Orator) O’Rourke. The glass plate shows a large marching band, then the Mansfield Baseball team, then a firehouse hose company led by four men with fire trumpets, and 22 firemen pulling a fire wagon with other firemen with axes. The street is quite broad and contains many spectators and horse-drawn carriages and wagons can be seen alongside the avenue. The backdrop is a large hotel with balcony which has several onlookers. The storefronts below include D.C. Tyler, Druggist and a book seller, a framer (E. Rockwell), a large barber pole is seen amongst other buildings. The plate is housed in a Victorian walnut frame with gilt liner and has its original wood backing board. An old piece of paper is attached to reverse and reads as follows, “A trip to Bristol R. I. on the steamer “Geo. A. Chaffee” built in Middletown Conn. Hubbard Hose Co. No. 2. Mansfield Base Ball Team and the Forest City Band to take part in a Fireman’s parade. Capt. Christopher Carroll in command. Henry Sullivane Steward. About the year 1872.” NOTE: A copy of Middletown’s Season in the Sun The Story of Connecticut’s First Professional Baseball Team by David Arcidiacono accompanies lot. SIZE: @12”h x 16”w. CONDITION: Very good with only a slight deterioration in upper right corner. 9-90093 HP (6,000-8,000)

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905

AMBROTYPE 1/4 PLATE OF A FRONTIERSMAN. Image shows a standing man wearing a raccoon hat, fancy coat with beadwork and needlepoint, a waist belt holding a needlework and beadwork pouch. Two hands hold a very long pipe with a catlinite bowl. Oval matted in a leather type black case. CASE: 6” x 4-3/4”. CONDITION: Losses to the image and scratches which are quite visible. 9-74462 (400-800)

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906

EADWEARD MUYBRIDGE (American, 1830-1904) THREE ORIGINAL GELATIN NEGATIVES. All Contained in a period heavy paper envelope which has title and numbers. 1) “Descending Stairs, Turning and Flirting a Fan”. Rare gelatin negative has four rows of six images each showing front and side views. Two rows showing a woman in gown with fan descending four stairs and walking forward, and two rows show the same action from the back view. The negative is marked “Copyrighted 1887, by Eadweard Muybridge” and in right hand corner hand numbered “798”. Handwritten number “9.798” on envelope. Also has written in pen, which appears to be later “Mrs. J.H. James sister of Mrs. George F. Bush, Princeton”. SIZE: 20-1/4” x 13”. 2) “Curtseying Fan In Right Hand-Female Draped”. Rare gelatin negative has three rows; the top two rows with six images each showing a side angle of a draped woman, with fan curtseying. The bottom row having twelve images seen from the back view. The negative is marked “Copyrighted 1887, by Eadweard Muybridge”, and in right hand corner hand numbered “802”. Handwritten number “9.802” on envelope. SIZE: 13” x 20-1/4”. 3) “A. Bell Ringing; B. Teeter Board; C. Military Drill”. Rare gelatin negative has three rows of four images. The top row showing six horses reacting to a bell. The middle row shows horses on a teeter-totter, and bottom row shows eight horses lined up. Unsigned but numbers “644” in right corner. Handwritten number “9.644” on envelope. SIZE: 9-3/4” x 20”. CONDITION: 1) One fold crease to left corner, otherwise good. 2) Good, some wrinkling in top image. 3) Good. 9-73316-2 (500-1,000)

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907

MASSACHUSETTS FEDERAL CARVED AND INLAID TALL-CASE CLOCK. The arched molded cornice surmounted by pierced fretwork centering three ball and spire brass finials on pedestals, above the astragal arched door with inlaid fanned spandrels opening to the painted moon-phase dial depicting two moon faces alternating with a panel depicting a star-filled sky and a painting of “Lady Liberty” above the roman numeral chapter ring and calendar aperture within gilt-heightened spandrels. The brass works with time, strike, and calendar movement marked “Osborne’s Manufactory Birmingham”. The waisted case with astragal-arched thumb-molded door inlaid with a central spray within the string-inlaid outline flanked by fluted quarter-columns with brass capitals and bases above the molded box base inlaid with an oval rayed patera centered by fan spandrels on a molded base raised on bracket feet with scalloped returns. PROVENANCE: From a Blue Hill, Maine estate. SIZE: 87” h x 13-3/4” throat w x 9-1/2” d. CONDITION: Having a cleaned old surface, minor repairs to fret work, shrinkage cracks to box base. With original backboard. Brass works cleaned, pendulum bracket is bent. 9-90236 QP (4,000-6,000)

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908

FINE CHIPPENDALE FIGURED MAHOGANY OXBOW CHEST. Chest of drawers having original one board serpentine molded overhanging top with four conforming shaped graduated drawers retaining original brass post and bale hardware. All on a molded base raised on carved bracket feet. Eastern Massachusetts. Circa 1770-1790. CONDITION: Very good. Backboards and hardware good. Old professional re-polished surface. Feet with some professional restoration. 9-74311 LG (12,000-18,000)

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909

MASSACHUSETTS OR COASTAL NEW HAMPSHIRE SHERATON INLAID MAHOGANY TAMBOUR SECRETARY. In three parts, the upper section with pediment cresting above the straight frieze over a pair of astragal-glazed doors opening to an interior fitted with two adjustable shelves above a pair of tambour slides opening to a configuration of document drawers and pigeon holes. Stepped back on the lower section fitted with a hinged writing slope, baise lined, on lopers centering three graduated thumb-molded drawers with original brass beehive knobs, the whole raised on ring turned reeded tapering cylindrical legs. SIZE: 87” h x 40” w x 23” d. CONDITION: Professionally repolished and restored, very good condition. 9-90449 QP (5,000-7,000)

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910

NEW ENGLAND CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, PROBABLY MASSACHUSETTS. The shaped rectangular top with conforming hinged leaves above the straight frieze fitted with a drawer raised on square tapered molded legs. SIZE: 28” h x 19-1/2” w closed, 37” w opened x 36” d. CONDITION: Highly re-polished, retains old hardware. 9-90521 MD (800-1,200)

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911

PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR. The cyma curved crest with rolled ears above the bold vasiform splat, the molded stiles joined to shaped arms with volute carved terminals on incurvate supports centering a trapezoidal slip seat with shaped front rail raised on frontal cabriole legs terminating in trifid feet, the rear legs tenoned, cylindrical and raked. SIZE: 40” h of back, 17” h of seat. CONDITION: Professionally refinished and restored with no visible repairs. 9-74264 MD (4,000-6,000)

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912

FINE AND UNIQUE HEAVILY CARVED PRESENTATION WALKING STICK. The handle in the form of a crouching eagle perched above a standing figure, draped in a robe holding a cluster of grapes in left hand, wreath in right hand, proper right leg resting on a recumbent lion, left leg resting on helmet, above the standing figure of a military officer with telescope and sword above grapevines concealing a bird and clusters entwined around the shaft. This three dimensionally carved walking stick has a tableau on the reverse comprising various military accoutrements including helmets, backpacks, boots, horn, uniform, a pouch with displayed eagle, canteen, barrels, bales, and a saber, the vines pierce carved on all sides. One of the finest carved folk art walking sticks we have seen, given what appears to be the depiction of a Native American above a General or other high ranking officer in an 18th Century period uniform, it is therefore a possibility that it is of North American origin. SIZE: 35”h. CONDITION: Very find condition overall with original patina. 9-90790 LG (8,000-12,000)

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913

ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN HALLEY BELLAMY (1836-1914) KITTERY AND PORTSMOUTH CARVED EAGLE TRANSOM DOOR PLAQUE WITH “DON’T GIVE UP THE SHIP” BANNER. The carved and gilded eagle with red, white, and blue banner with three incised stars. PROVENANCE: Exhibited in the “American Signs and Symbols” exhibition as “Attributed to John Bellamy” Jan.-Nov. 1964 at the Taft Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio. NOTE: Accompanying the eagle is a copy of the museum’s catalog which shows this eagle on the first page photographed and is listed as item #28 with a provenance of “Collection of Mr. Richard E. Guggenheim, Cincinnati”. SIZE: 45-1/2” l. CONDITION: Original dry surface, original paint on banner with original nails. Repair to proper right wingtip (split) and to proper right tip of banner, two splits at nail hole. 9-90603 HP (40,000-60,000)

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914

HAMADAN CARPET, SOUTHEAST PERSIA. Dense polychrome floral vinery on a blue-black field centering a madder red lozenge medallion all within multiple floral borders. SIZE: 13’5” x 10’8”. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-90554 MD (2,250-2,750)

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915

KARAGASHLI RUG, EAST CAUCASUS. The abrashed indigo field with three madder red oversized medallions flanked by polychrome animals and geometric motif, all within a slant-leaf and diamond border. PROVENANCE: From a Harpswell, Maine home. SIZE: 7’7” x 5’8”. CONDITION: Creasing and wear overall, a 3” x 3” hole 18” in from side, 30” in from end. 9-90081 SM (500-700)

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916

TEKKE BOKHARA ORIENTAL RUG. 19th/20th Century. Probably a Bag Face. Red field rug having eleven stripes having different motifs in colors of blue and ivory. SIZE: 6’ x 3’5”. CONDITION: Very good with only minor repairs and fraying at ends. 9-74379 SM (500-1,000)

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917

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN (American, 1850-1921) PORTRAIT OF THE “S.S. ALGIERS”. Large oil on canvas ship portrait of the Algiers in rough seas sailing right to left. Single center stack with two-masts. Several men on deck. Name emblazoned on bow. A green wave with white crest is being cut through by the ship. Painted legend on bottom “S.S., Algiers Off Hatteras Jan 1 1877”. Painting is signed lower right and dated what appears “1870”. Housed in a fine gilt molded wood period frame. PROVENANCE: Sewall Estate, Bath, Maine. SIZE: 22” x 36”. CONDITION: Relined, very good. 9-90160 HP (10,000-15,000)

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918

NAPOLEON SARONY (1821-1896) PORTRAIT OF CAPTAIN WARREN HATHORN OF THE S.S. ALGIER. Large pastel on canvas half portrait of a man with mustache and beard wearing a formal black coat, white shirt and necktie. Signed Sarony and date “1891”. Housed in its original pierced gesso decorated frame with sand gilt liner. PROVENANCE: Sewall Estate, Bath, Maine. SIGHT SIZE: 27” x 22”. CONDITION: Some minor spotting, generally very good. 9-90161 SM (1,000-2,000)

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918A

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN (American, 1850-1921) THE LARGEST JACOBSEN PAINTING IN THE WORLD: THE CLYDE LINE’S “S.S. APACHE”. Monumental oil on canvas ship portrait of the “Apache”. To our knowledge, the largest painting that Jacobsen ever produced. This painting appears in the Jacobsen Checklist and its dimensions are by far larger than any recorded there. The S.S. Apache with completed in August 1891 by the Reeder & Sons, of Baltimore, MD and weighed 416 tons being 190’ in length. Made of an iron hull and housed three guns. The Apache was the first to establish a direct passenger service between New York and Miami. The Apache was also featured on many postcards and tourist ephemera in the southern U.S. This monumental canvas shows the black hulled three-deck steamer traveling right to left with low points of land off bow and stern which is believed to be Florida. A three-mast sailing ship is moored off its port bow and several sails are seen on horizon. Three men in a dory row away from boat. Name is emblazoned on the front bow as well as on top of the pilot house. The Apache ship flag off front mast, the Company flag off back mast. The U.S. flag flies off the stern, all on a choppy white tip greenish/blue water. Signed lower right and dated “1917”. Housed in a magnificent 7” reeded gilt frame with gold liner. This painting by Antonio Jacobsen was originally de-accessed by the Seamans Church Institute on New York City. In 1999 the painting was conserved by Yost Studio in New York City. The restoration included the removal of the old wax lining and relining with beva. The old over paint was stripped off and the painting was cleaned and properly restored. Most of the current inpainting applied by the Yost team was to conceal staining or discoloration which occurred during the process of aging. It appears that the owner’s of the Apache took extremely great pride in the ship since their commission to Jacobsen for its portrait is apparently the largest Jacobsen ever produced. A very dramatic and handsome Marine ship portrait by one of the most remound ship portrait artist’s. SIZE: 47-3/4” x 95-1/2”. CONDITION: Some restoration with inpainting, craquelure. Very good. 8-87455 (50,000-75,000)

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919

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN (American, 1850-1921) THE PADDLE STEAMER “LARCHMONT”. Large oil on canvas scene shows the multi-deck passenger boat sailing right to left having two-masts and two stacks. A group of people are seen on both back decks and front deck. American flag flies off back mast and pennant flag off front mast. The top deck having “Edgemont” name board. Signed lower right and dated “1905”. Housed in a fine gilt molded wood replacement frame. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. Purchased from Smith Gallery, New York, NY 1986. SIZE: 22” x 36”. CONDITION: Very good. Relined, craquelure, inpainting to “Larchmont” names. This possibly could have been a portrait of the “Edgemont” which is the sister ship to the Larchmont. Both are listed in the Jacobsen Checklist as being dated “1905” and of the Joy Line. 9-29675 HP (20,000-30,000)

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920

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN (American, 1850-1921) AMERICAN COASTAL SCHOONER “KENTUCKY”. Oil on board ship portrait of the two-mast black hulled ship sailing right to left flying U.S. flag and ship pennant. Six people are aboard. Several ships are seen off stern and red and white tall lighthouse is seen at point of land with large buildings. The lighthouse is the Barnegat Lighthouse off the New Jersey coast. Signed lower right and dated “1912”. Housed in a gilt replacement frame with linen liner. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 22” x 36”. CONDITION: 9-29676 HP (15,000-25,000)

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921

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN (American, 1850-1921) SURVIVING THE WRECK. A three mast sailing vessel has sunk in stormy seas and a life boat has been tethered to one mast with nine people huddled inside the frigid waters which have iced the sides of the lifeboat. A steam and sail side wheeler has arrived for the rescue. All hands are on deck to assist them. A green heavy surf under gray and light gray skies. Signed lower left “A. Jacobsen 1897”. Unframed. SIZE: 22” x 36”. CONDITION: Relined, re-stretched on new stretcher. Professionally cleaned with minor inpainting, very good. 9-90067 HALF PG (15,000-25,000)

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922

SCRIMSHAW PAN-BONE AND WHALE’S TOOTH HAT RACK, PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY RORY CALHOUN. The carved pan-bone depicting a cutting chart of a sperm whale inscribed within a rectangular panel “By Captain Albert Robbins New Bedford-Mass.” Further inscribed in the lower right corner: “Taken from a 40 barrel sperm whale 1866.” Inscribed above the whale’s tail: “BARK ALICE KNOWLES EN ROUTE TO THE SANDWICH ISLANDS 1868” flanked by scrimshawed teeth scribed with the name “Newson” the outsides depicting whale below which is written “SHIP’S CHANDLERS” the right tooth scribed “PURVEYOR’S TO THE NORTHERN WHALE FISHERIES,” all mounted on a shaped oak backboard faced with a hammered copper art nouveau sheet. Affixed to the mounting board on the back is a fragment of a certificate of authenticity from the letterhead of: “William P. Fisk & Co, Manufacturers and Dealers in Sperm and Whale Oil, Sperm Candles, Oil Soap, etc. No. 13 Long Wharf.” Dated: “Boston, July 8th 1940.” Reads: “Mr. Calhoun, HAT RACK MADE OF SPERM WHALE RIB & TEETH. Artist: Capt. Albert Robbins, New Bedford & Honolulu, History: Made for Newson Ship Chandler of Port of N.B. Dated 1868 and made from the rib of a 40 barrel Sperm wale MADE ON BARK ALICE KNOWLES en route to the SANDWICH ISLANDS 1868. NOTE* Capt Robbins represented the Port of New Bedford during the Paris Exposition, and would scrimshaw and carve for the visitors. Queen Victoria was given Robbins work on her visit to Canada. NEWSON USED THIS HAT RACK AT THEIR OFFICE UNTIL 1902.” Also there is a Marine Mammals Act stamp. SIZE: 6-1/2”h x 24”l x 7”d. CONDITION: Hat rack in overall very nice condition, with good color, green glass eye of whale has been damaged, backboard and copper plate with nice old patina, letter and other labels on back of backboard in readable condition, iron hanging brackets appear original. 9-90592 LG (15,000-25,000)

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923

IMPORTANT RARE CARVED AND SCRIMSHAWED IVORY TIGER HUNTING HORN. India, Mid 19th Century. Constructed from an elephant tusk, the base carved and stained with zigzags and cross-hatching, terminating in a silvered collar. The mouthpiece a rectangular cut in the midpoint of the faceted tusk, the tusk inscribed with Hindu (?) characters purportedly a proverb pertaining to the hunt. Mounted on a custom stand. PROVENANCE: From the private collection of “Ick-Bal”, an Indian elephant hunter and guide for celebrities such as Ernest Hemingway, among others. SIZE: 30-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good with nice patina. 9-90430 MD (1,800-2,400)

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924

PAIR OF LARGE ANTIQUE WALRUS TUSKS. Undecorated with nice old patina. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 32” l. CONDITION: Chips to end, generally very good. 9-29706 SM (1,500-2,000)

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925

FINE ANTIQUE SCRIMSHAW WHALE’S TOOTH. This very early scrimshaw tooth has work on both sides. Front side depicts a Naval battle with a large British Man O’ War firing on a ship with much smoke. Reverse side having a sailor seated by a large rock with foliage and a three-mast ship in the distant background. Possibly from the Napoleonic period. Nice age patina. SIZE: 6”. CONDITION: Chip to tip and edge of base. Otherwise very good. 9-74488 MDD (3,500-5,000)

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926

FINE SCRIMSHAW BLACK AND RED POLYCHROME WHALE’S TOOTH. Engraved with a displayed eagle and liberty shield above a depiction of Neptune with trident and a mermaid below shooting stars inscribed “AT NEPTUNE’S COVE”. The reverse engraved with a sailing ship on pedestal inscribed “NEPTUNE CHANDLERS” above the date “1837”. Mounted on a circular plinth. Antique with later scrimshaw work. SIZE: 8-1/4” l. CONDITION: Overall good condition with nice color, stress cracks around tip, old splinter losses to base. 9-74653 SM (1,500-2,000)

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927

SCRIMSHAW POLYCHROME WHALE’S TOOTH. Engraved with an eagle clutching arrows and shield with banner inscribed “Salem SO. Danvers”. The reverse with frond filled urn on a crossed hatched plinth above a round medallion inscribed “Indian. Ocean. Atlantic. Pacific”. Centering a stylized rayed sun face dated “1855”. Mounted on a round plinth. Antique with later scrimshaw work. SIZE: 6” L. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with nice color. 9-74654 SM (1,500-2,000)

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928

SCRIMSHAW BLACK AND RED POLYCHROME WHALE’S TOOTH. Engraved on one side with a whaler under full sail inscribed “New London Whaler”. The reverse engraved with a presenting eagle on anchor with shield inscribed “Williams Haven & CO 1869 SC”. Mounted on a cork stand. Antique with later scrimshaw work. SIZE: 5-3/4”. CONDITION: Stress cracks around tip, otherwise nice condition. 9-74652 SM (1,500-2,000)

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929

SCRIMSHAW GREEN RED AND YELLOW POLYCHROME WHALE’S TOOTH. Engraved with a cornucopia spilling hearts and leaf tips above a country manner home inscribed “HOME”. The reverse depicting a woman with plumed hat in period dress inscribed “RACHEL WILLIAM 1854”. Mounted on a round plinth. Antique with later scrimshaw work. SIZE: 6-1/2” l CONDITION: Overall very good with nice patina. 9-74655 SM (1,500-2,000)

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930

SCRIMSHAW WHALE’S TOOTH. Depicting swimming whales and seals. Inscribed “Galapagos 1857”. Also inscribed on base “Falkland Isles. CW.” Antique with later scrimshaw work. SIZE: 7-1/4”. CONDITION: 1” x 1” piece missing on base and two holes drilled on base, otherwise good. 9-74651 SM (1,500-2,000)

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931

AMERICAN MAHOGANY WHALE-SIDE SHELF. With four shelves of typical form. SIZE: 33” h x 26-1/2” w x 8-1/2” d. CONDITION: Professionally refinished. 9-74825 SM (700-1,000)

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932

GLASS CASED DIORAMA, AMERICAN, LATE 19TH CENTURY. Depicting a fully rigged whaler, tugboat, and schooner “G.H. Immendorf” all flying American flags, with a landscape behind showing lighthouses and two smaller vessels, the sky in blue, cream and tan, all mounted within a rectangular glass case. SIZE: 12-1/4”h x 22-1/2”l x 12-1/2”d. CONDITION: In original very good overall condition, some fading and flaking to water surface, some rigging has come loose, case frame dry. 9-74469 SM (2,000-3,000)

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933

CARVED AND PAINTED SHIP MODEL OF THE TUGBOAT “SLOCUM OF NEW YORK” IN A GLASS CASE. The American tugboat flying two American flags with gilt pilot house eagle, twin stacks, and life boats. The hull painted white painted green below the water line. Mounted in an oak framed glass case. SIZE: 17-1/2” h overall x 24” overall l x 7 overall d. CONDITION: Very good condition overall, case with original dark finish. 9-74470 MD (2,500-3,500)

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934

SAMUEL FINLEY MORSE BADGER (American, 1873-1919) PORTRAIT OF THE TUGBOAT “GEORGES CREEK”. Outstanding oil on canvas ship portrait shows the black hulled red and green deck tug sailing right to left having two masts and central stack. The name is emblazoned on the bow and three men are seen aboard. The side having “B.S.W. Co.” and flying the company white flag “B”. Signed lower left “SFM Badger Charlestown, Mass.”. Housed in an outstanding gesso decorated gilt replacement frame. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. Purchased from Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts, 1996. SIZE: 22” x 36”. CONDITION: Very good, relined. 9-29653 HP (12,500-17,500)

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935

OTTO MUHLEMFELD (American, 1871-1907) PORTRAIT OF THE TUGBOAT “PEERLESS”. Oil on canvas scene shows the black hulled red decked tug sailing right to left flying the U.S. flag and Peerless flag off the back mast. Single black stack with name emblazoned on front bow. Ships are seen off port and stern and point of land with lighthouse is seen on the right side. Signed “Muhlemfeld” and dated “1907”. Muhlemfeld is listed in the Dictionary of marine Artist’s as working in Baltimore, Maryland. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 24” x 35”. CONDITION: Good, craquelure, relined, restores with inpainting. 9-29654 HP (8,000-12,000)

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936

UNSIGNED (American, Early 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A SHIP CAPTAIN. Oil on canvas half portrait of a gentleman wearing a deep blue coat with brass buttons holding his hand inside his coat. He wears a white shirt and sits in a scrolled back crested chair. This is purported to be M. Vandeau, a ship captain from the Salem/Beverly, Massachusetts area. Housed in what is probably its original gilt frame decorated with oak leaves and acorns. Frame has an old label indicating its owner as “Mrs. Geo. A. Appleton 5 Dane St. Beverly, MA”. SIZE: 33” x 27-3/4”. CONDITION: Relined, restored with inpainting. Very good. 9-74576 LG (7,500-12,500)

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937

RHODE ISLAND QUEEN ANNE MAPLE HIGHBOY IN ORIGINAL SURFACE. The upper case with cove molded cornice above a pair of aligned short drawers over four graduated thumb molded drawers on a molded base fitted to the lower case of two long graduated drawers; the bottom with three simulated drawer fronts, above the deeply scalloped apron with central acorn pendant finial raised on angular cabriole legs with shaped returns on bold pad feet. SIZE: 71” h x case 36” w x overall 20-1/2” d. CONDITION: Old surface, original patina, original hardware, with two replaced back plates, no signs of restoration; secondary wood is chestnut, very good overall. 9-90451. FP (15,000-20,000)

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938

FINE SHERATON CARVED AND INLAID MAHOGANY SERPENTINE CARD TABLE ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HOOK, SALEM, MASS. The rectangular hinged top with ogival corners, the edges string inlaid above the conforming frieze inlaid with a central bird’s eye maple oval patera within a rectangular string inlaid panel with fan spandrels raised on four ring turned tapering reeded cylindrical legs headed by carved water leaves, the cuffs ring turned, on turnip feet. LITERATURE: For an illustration of the treatment of the leg and carving of pieces from the workshop of William Hook see “American Furniture 1620-Present” by Jonathan L. Fairbanks and Elizabeth Bidwell Bates, see the discussion and illustration of inlaid sideboard on page 250. SIZE: 29-1/4” h x 36-1/4” w x 17-3/4” d. CONDITION: Very good original surface in old patina. 9-74642 QP (4,000-6,000)

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939

COASTAL NEW ENGLAND HEPPLEWHITE LOLLING CHAIR. The arched crest-rail above the rectangular back joined to down-swept serpentine arms with out-scrolled grips on incurved supports centering the trapezoidal seat frame raised on square tapered frontal legs and back-swept rear legs joined by recessed box stretcher. SIZE: 45-1/2” h of back, 13” h of seat. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished and restored. 9-90469 MD (2,000-3,000)

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940

FINE MASSACHUSETTS SHERATON INLAID MAHOGANY SEWING TABLE, PROBABLY BOSTON. The rectangular cross banded top with canted corners and molded edges above the conforming case, each side cross banded and fitted with a long drawer with compartmented interior, inlaid bone escutcheon, and mahogany cross banding, over a second drawer fitted with a fabric bag raised on tapered ring turned cylindrical legs and ringed cuffs. SIZE: 29” h x 22” w x 15-1/2” d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished, retains original hardware, very good color and patina. 9-74789 MD (6,000-8,000)

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941

RARE BRANDED PAIR OF LEFT AND RIGHT BOSTON CLASSICAL BALL TOP ANDIRONS BY JOHN MOLINEUX. Each faceted turned standard surmounted by a ball top raised on spurred arched legs with pointed pad feet and conforming log stops. LITERATURE: For discussion and illustration of similar andirons, see “The Brass Book”, Schiffer pgs 55 and 57. SIZE: 16-1/4” h x 24” overall depth. CONDITION: Professionally burnished, no repairs noted. 9-90463 MD (2,000-3,000)

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942

FEDERAL PERIOD BRASS SERPENTINE FIRE FENDER. The fire fender having pierced decoration with bottom molding. 18th/19th Century. SIZE: 41-1/4” l x 5-1/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. New nut fasteners. 9-74337 SM (700-1,000)

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943

UNSIGNED (American Mid 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG CHILD WITH LANDSCAPE. Large oil on canvas portrait shows a child in a peach colored dress with white stockings and black shoes. One hand is on a flower covered urn which also holds a flat straw hat with blue ribbon. A wonderful Hudson River style landscape is the backdrop with a grape trellis on one side. Housed in a period gilt frame. SIZE: 42” h x 32” w. CONDITION: Restored, relined with inpainting. Very good. 9-74803 MD (3,000-4,000)

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944

EARLY NEW JERSEY SAMPLER BY MARY GARRISON, AGE 14, MARCH 18, 1837, GOSHEN, CAPE MAY. Wrought in linen and silk depicting alphabet and numeral rows, verse, above the lower section depicting birds, butterflies and other animals centering a floral bouquet all within a stylized zig-zag flower head border within a later oak frame. SIGHT SIZE: 17-3/4” x 17-1/2”. CONDITION: Overall coffee colored discoloration and fading to stitching. 9-90058 MD (800-1,200)

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945

INTERESTING COLORFUL NEEDLEWORK SCHOOLGIRL SAMPLER. Dated 1852, having pictorial and geometric scenes. The top scene with trees, birds and animals over a three lines with colorful geometric designs below. Mounted against a black backing and housed in a lemon gold frame. SIZE: needlework 28-1/2” x 10”. CONDITION: Good. 9-90762 SM (1,000-1,500)

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946

COLORFUL AMISH QUILT. “Sunshine and Shadows” pattern, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, circa 1930/40. Having a wide binding and patterned calico back. SIZE: 82-1/2” x 82-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-90743 SM (1,500-2,000)

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946A

QUAKER SILK WEDDING QUILT. Circa 1830/40 having large black quilted blocks and rust colored blocks with black triangle patterns. The back with a homespun linen. SIZE: 91” x 88”. CONDITION: Considering its fragile nature, very good. 9-90770 SM (2,000-3,000)

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947

LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA PAINT DECORATED CORNER CUPBOARD, PROBABLY STRASBURG. The molded cornice fitted to the conforming case of two paneled doors; the rectangular top door having two panels. The upper rectangular, the lower square, each opening to an interior fitted with shelves, the door interiors painted salmon, the panels chamfered. The whole raised on applied molded base with bracket feet centering an arcaded arched apron. The original grain painted surfaces on a mustard/cream base simulating tiger and figured maple. PROVENANCE: Jim Burk to Newsome & Berdan, to the current owner. SIZE: 82”h x 45”case width x 27”d. CONDITION: Very fine original paint surfaces showing wonderful wear with no structural issues observed, the brass latches later additions. 9-90725 LG (6,000-8,000)

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948

PENNSYLVANIA QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY TILT TOP BIRDCAGE TEA TABLE. The circular dish-top hinged on a birdcage support, swiveling on a ring-turned, suppressed ball standard, raised on a tripod base terminating in strong pointed spade pad feet. SIZE: 28-1/4” h x 34” dia. CONDITION: Cleaned surfaces. Old cleat repair in top, professionally restored. Old repair to pedestal base. . 9-74514 QP (2,500-3,500)

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949

PENNSYLVANIA CURLY MAPLE OPEN CUPBOARD. Of rectangular form, the three-quarter splash guard above a pair of aligned drawers over the cupboard base with paneled door, the corners canted. SIZE: 54” h x 38” w x 18” d. CONDITION: Staining and wear to median shelf, loss to finish around base, otherwise good, retains original hardware. 9-90506 SM (600-900)

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950

EARLY AMERICAN PAINT DECORATED PINE BLANKET BOX, THIRD QUARTER, 19TH CENTURY. The rectangular box with hinged lid fitted to the case on a molded plinth, the whole painted and striated in sienna brown and burnt orange. SIZE: 26-1/2”h x 45-1/2”w x 24-1/4”d. CONDITION: Structurally good with hinge repairs, retaining bright original paint, minor area on lid of a crackled stain. 9-90730 MD (1,000-1,600)

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951

SET OF SIX PENNSYLVANIA SHERATON PAINT DECORATED FANCY CHAIRS IN MUSTARD YELLOW, CIRCA 1850. The shaped tablet crests with green leaftip accents centering a rondel with cross above stylized wings, the medial splat with cluster of fruit above the shaped plank seats with painted striations, the frontal rail with cluster of fruit raised on turned cylindrical decorated legs joined by a turned box stretcher. SIZE: 33-1/2”h of back, 17-1/2”h of seat. CONDITION: Structurally, two chairs with repairs in crest rail, one chair with broken and damaged spindles in need or professional repair, finish on all appears original, some chairs with seat crackling. 9-90717 QP (3,500-4,500)

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952

SHERATON CHERRY DROP-LEAF SWING LEG DINING TABLE IN TWO PARTS. Each associated section with a rectangular top and conforming hinged leaf; the second leaf demilune, above the straight frieze raised on six swelled ring-turned legs. Each section with double swing legs. SIZE Closed: 29-1/2” h x 19” w x 47” d. SIZE Open & assembled: 29-1/2” h x 47” w x 118”l. CONDITION: Professionally re-finished, very good overall. 9-90538 MD (1,200-1,800)

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953

BIDJAR CARPET, NORTHWEST PERSIA. Overall dense floral polychrome vinery centering a lobed medallion within multiple candy cane spiral twist and wave borders. SIZE: 13’ x 10’1”. CONDITION: Overall very good, with minimal wear, unevenness of color. 9-90551 MD (1,500-2,000)

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954

BAKHTIARI CARPET, CENTRAL PERSIA. With ten rows of floral filled urns, each flanked by flower stems on a cranberry red ground within an ivory border of floral palmettes. PROVENANCE: From a fine Waterville, Maine home. SIZE: 8’4” x 5’8”. CONDITION: Very good overall with full pile. 9-90572 MD (500-700)

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955

SEMI-ANTIQUE EAST CAUCASIAN RUG. With dense rows of polychrome water bugs on an ivory field within multiple polychrome stylized flower head borders and a dogtooth outer border in ivory and madder red. SIZE: 5’1” x 3’11”. CONDITION: Even wear overall with strong colors, very good. 9-90557 MD (650-850)

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956

PERCY A. SANBORN (American, 1849-1929) SHIP PORTRAIT OF THE BARQUE JOHN E. HOLBROOK. Outstanding unsigned oil on canvas ship portrait of the John E. Holbrook showing the three-mast ship sailing left to right under full sail. The name is emblazoned on the stern and there are eleven people on deck. Each mast with flags and the American flag off back mast. A pilot boat is seen off to the left and a point of land with lighthouse is seen on right side. A hand written legend on bottom edge states “Barque John E. Holbrook, New York, Henry E. Brown, Master, Entering Havre, 1866.”. Housed in its original black stained oak frame with gold liner. PROVENANCE: From a central Maine home. Descended through the family which originally commission the painting. Never before offered. SIZE: 14” x 20”. CONDITION: Very good in original condition with surface dirt – would brighten with cleaning. 9-74695 HP (20,000-25,000)

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957

CHARLES SIDNEY RALEIGH (American, 1830-1925) SHIP PORTRAIT OF THE “ALINE”. Outstanding large oil on canvas ship portrait of the “Aline” sailing right to left having three masts with bottom sails up flying the American flag off stern and ship pennant off middle mast. Black hull with gold trim. The deck having thirteen crew members. The ship sails through a pinkish/green ocean with white caps and there is a large rock with light house and steamship off port bow. Several sails and land is seen off stern. Signed lower left “C. S. Raleigh 1886”. Housed in a fine gilt decorated wide replacement frame. Back stretcher having an old Vose Galleries of Boston label. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. Vose Galleries, Boston, MA. Purchased at Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts, 1985. SIZE: 26” x 40”. CONDITION: Relined, very good. Minor spot inpainting. 9-29683 HP (15,000-25,000)

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958

FRED PANSING (American, 1844-1912) PORTRAIT OF THE STEAMER “GENERAL LINCOLN”. Oil on canvas portrait of the coastal steamer General Lincoln. The small boat with double stack is sailing left to right with a large tall ship in full sail flying American flag off bow. There are twelve people aboard in fine dress, one with green umbrella. US and company flag flies off stern “B & H S.B. Co.”. Signed lower left “Fred Pansing” and dated bottom right “1845”. Housed in a fine gilt decorated wide frame with gilt liner. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. Purchased from Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts, 1999. SIZE: 11” x 18”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-29667 HP (12,500-17,500)

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959

EARLY AMERICAN CARVED AND POLYCHROME PAINTED DOVETAILED PINE SEAMAN’S CHEST. The rectangular hinged top with molded edge fitted to the conforming dovetailed chest, the front panel relief carved and polychrome painted, depicting a clipper ship at sea, flying an American flag, a red, white and blue five pointed star in each upper corner, the ends with knotted becket handles painted red, white and blue on a plinth base. PROVENANCE: Grandson of John D. Rockefeller. SIZE: 15-1/2” h x 37-1/2” l x 16-1/2” d. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, showing normal wear. One minor shrinkage crack in top with some water stains. 9-74468 SM (3,000-5,000)

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960

EARLY AMERICAN YELLOW PINE BLANKET CHEST, PAINT DECORATED WITH PORTRAIT OF A SHIP. The rectangular hinged top painted on the interior with an American sailing ship surrounded by seagulls retaining original strap hinges, the interior with lidded till, the case with shaped boot jack ends. SIZE: 28” h x 50-1/2” w x 21-1/2” d. CONDITION: Structurally good overall, wood has dark staining. 9-74242 SM (1,200-1,600)

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961

FULL HULL MODEL OF A SCHOONER, MID 19TH CENTURY. Of plank on frame construction depicted with two deck houses, bowsprit, tiller, rudder, and lead keel. The solid decks and rail in natural tones, the hull with black stain. Mounted on a primitive cradle. PROVENANCE: From a Boothbay Harbor Estate. SIZE: model: 13” h, 58” overall length, 11-1/2” w. CONDITION: Deck houses possibly later additions, two unexplained holes in foredeck, crack in afterdeck, crack in rudder, otherwise good. 9-74992 SM (2,000-3,000)

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962

AMERICAN HALF-HULL MODEL. Of plank construction depicting a schooner hull with extended fantail mounted on a chamfered board. SIZE: 10”h x 44”l. CONDITION: Retains all original surfaces with nice patina. 9-74813 SM (1,000-1,500)

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963

HAND CARVED AND PAINTED FULLY RIGGED MODEL OF THE SLOOP “ENDEAVOUR” MOUNTED IN A CUSTOM MAHOGANY GLASS STANDING CASE. Fitted with linen sails, the mahogany planked hull with scribed deck, brass fittings and rudder, original mast and sails. This lot is accompanied by a photograph of the original sloop. SIZE: Model: 34-1/2” h x 24” l. Case: 70”l x 34”h x 14” d. CONDITION: Original very fine condition. 9-90422 MD (5,000-6,000)

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964

DIORAMA OF THE TWO-MAST SHIP “WILLIAM”, LATE 19TH CENTURY. Folk art carved wooden polychrome painted ship under full sail mounted in a grained shadowbox case of blue sky and green white-capped waves. SIZE: 17-1/2”h x 23-1/2”w. CONDITION: In overall good condition, with expected dryness to surfaces under glass. Case with minor losses to finish. 9-74811 SM (1,000-1,500)

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965

BRASS BOUND CHRONOMETER BY WIDENHAM. Fine chronometer is housed in a finely grained rosewood case with brass corners, side bale lifts, and fancy escutcheon plate. Dial is silvered with gold colored hands with bevel glass and brass gimbal. Dial is marked “Widenham Maker to the Royal Navy, London No. 1668”. Richard Widenham of London flourished from 1825 until 1831. He received an award at Chronometertrials at Royal Greenwich Observatory in 1825. Up and down indicator and seconds dial. SIZE: Chronometer is 4” dia. Case is 6-3/4” h x 6” x 6”. CONDITION: Case has some minor age cracks, generally very good. 9-74490 MDD (3,000-4,000)

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966

LARGE SOLID BRASS TRIPOD TELESCOPE BY CARY, LONDON. Tabletop large telescope has rack & pinion fine focus adjustment and mounted on a brass tripod with Queen Ann style legs. First half of the 19th Century. End cap present. SIZE: 57” l overall. CONDITION: Minor optic problem, minor dents. Generally good. 9-74491 MD (2,000-3,000)

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967

ANTIQUE INLAID MAHOGANY BANJO BAROMETER BY A. ORTELLI & CO. Fine case having shell and flower rosette inlays. Large silver colored dial marked “A. Artelli & Co. Birmingham”. NOTE: This barometer can not be shipped and must be sold within the State of Maine. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 38-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good, unknown working order. 9-73997 SM (500-1,000)

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968

ANTIQUE MAHOGANY INLAID BANJO BAROMETER BY G. MANTICHA, GREENOCK. Large brass round dial, lower balance dial with makers name, missing glass cover. Line inlay to outside of case with broken arch top. Early 19th Century. NOTE: This barometer can not be shipped and must be sold within the State of Maine. SIZE: 41” h. CONDITION: Unknown working order, generally good. As noted above. 9-74340 SM (500-700)

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969

TWO PIECE: COCONUT SHELL AND BALEEN & CARVED IVORY DIPPER. 1) 18-3/4” Coconut dipper carved with clovers attached to a rope twist baleen handle joined to a carved ivory ring turned handle with mother of pearl insets. Shrinkage crack in handle. 2) 18” gourd dipper carved with a fish and starfish joined to a vertebrae handle with a spherical bone grip. CONDITION: As noted above, otherwise very good overall condition. 9-74664 SM (1,000-1,500)

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970

FIVE CARVED BONE AND WHALE’S TOOTH COOKING IMPLEMENTS IN A FITTED BOX. Including two whale’s teeth fitted as salt and pepper shakers, a figural pie crimper in the form of a fanciful horse, a figural tasting fork, and a bone marrow scoop in a fitted velvet lined oak case mounted with an emblem inscribed “D. Mayhew”. SIZE: Case is 2” h x 19” l x 7-3/4”. CONDITION: Inner wheel of pie crimper detached, velvet slightly faded, box in very good condition, cork plugs on salt and pepper shakers worn. 9-74663 SM (1,500-2,000)

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971

THREE PIECE CARVING SET WITH BONE HANDLES DEPICTING WALRUSES. Each handle inscribed “Mayhew” and carved with the head of a walrus. Comprised of a carving knife, fork and skewer mounted in original green velvet fitted box. SIZE: 11” fork; 15” knife. Case is 1-3/4” h x 17” l x 5-1/2” w. CONDITION: Utensils with good patina, slight wear to inscriptions, box with wear and fading. 9-74660 SM (750-1,000)

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972

CARVED WOOD AND METAL SCHOONER WEATHERVANE, FRANK ADAMS, MARTHA’S VINEYARD, MASSACHUSETTS (1ST QUARTER, 20TH CENTURY). Painted in brown and white, the hull black with dinghies. NOTE: For a similar example of work by this artist, refer to Guyette & Schmidt, Inc. Easton auction of November 9, 2006. SIZE: 20”h x 38-1/2”l. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-74472 MD (3,000-4,000)

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973

PAIR OF OUTSTANDING CAST IRON FIGURAL SAILOR ANDIRONS. Outstanding and unusual andirons of Sailors. Each depicting a sailor on crow’s nest holding rigging on plinth with anchor, blubber spade, bails and barrels. Second half of the 19th Century. SIZE: 26” h x 22-1/4” d. CONDITION: 9-74322 SM (1,500-2,000)

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974

BRITISH MARINE PHOTO ALBUM OF SEA CAPTAINS AND THEIR SHIPS. The tooled leather album containing sepia photographs of various sea captains accompanied by their family photos, each on a title page illustrating the ships under their command and shipping line. SIZE: 12”h x 9” w. CONDITION: binding in good condition with some wear, photos in good condition overall. Clasp missing. 9-74475 SM (500-1,000)

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975

IMPRESSIVE PAIR OF MANDARIN DECORATED URNS WITH COVERS. Each decorated with panels depicting royal court scenes within a floral and butterfly border. The matching lids with landscape designs and figural finials of seated women; the urns with handles of seated women. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 22” h x 9-1/4 w x 5-1/4” d. CONDITION: Minor losses to gilt work, minor hairline crack in one lid. Otherwise very good. 9-73930 LG (3,000-5,000)

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976

CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN UNDERGLAZE BLUE GARDEN BARREL. Of barrel form, the top with garden scenes centering a pierced coin, the sides with multiple garden scenes and pierced double coins and bosses flanked by borders of ribbon-tied objects. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 18-1/2”h x 13-1/4” dia. CONDITION: Overall very nice condition, no damage or restoration noted. 9-74007 MD (3,000-5,000)

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977

PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT ROOSTERS ON ROCK MOUNTS. Each with a painted mottled red comb, the bodies cream, on a brown plinth. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 15-1/2”h x. CONDITION: Some minor flaking to paint, one chip to comb. 9-73908 MD (2,500-4,000)

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978

UNUSUAL LARGE POLYCHROME ORIENTAL BOTTLE VASE. Painted in under glaze canary yellow depicting flying bats on the cylindrical neck, the body decorated with panels of dragons and fanciful birds, the ground decorated with flower heads. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 21-3/4” h x 14-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good overall with no visible repairs or restoration. 9-74001 LG (1,500-2,500)

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979

FINE 19TH CENTURY BALUSTER VASE. Enameled with panels of flower-filled urns flanked by medallions of stylized flower sprays and fanciful birds, all on a cream ground within a deep indigo ground decorated with gilt geometric forms of coins and dragons. SIZE: 23-1/2” h x 9” approximate diameter. CONDITION: Very good overall, with vibrant color, no visible repairs or damages. 9-90433 MD (2,500-3,500)

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980

CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN ARMORIAL “MOON” VASE, MID 19TH CENTURY. The circular body with reticulated handles, polychrome painted floral sprays centering an armorial crest inscribed: “AUSPICIO . REGIS. ET. SENATUS . ANGLIA”. The reverse decorated with a western couple in period dress with cockatoo within a scrolled cartouche. Now mounted as a lamp. SIZE: 20” h of vase x 14-1/4” w x 4-1/2”d. CONDITION: Overall very good. 9-90528 MD (1,200-1,800)

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981

FINE FLOOR STANDING CHINESE EXPORT VASE. Having a flared top, double side mounts in foo dog form and colorful Mandarin panel scenes. Mid 19th century. SIZE: 25-1/2” h. CONDITION: Minor professional repair to handles, very good. 9-73121 (1,000-1,500)

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982

REGENCY TRIPLE PEDESTAL MAHOGANY DINING TABLE. The rectangular top in three sections with reeded edge and D-ends, each raised on a ring and urn turned standard joined to four down-swept reeded legs on square brass capped casters. The top with two additional leaves and conforming D-end extensions. Each designed to attach to the unfinished side of the end section. SIZE: 28-1/2” h x 52” w x 103” l (closed). Together with two 25-1/2” w leaves. D-ends each 7”. CONDITION: Center section is professionally restored. Seam repair to center section of top. 9-74692 (4,000-8,000)

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983

SET OF SIX LANCASHIRE LADDER-BACK ELM DINING CHAIRS, INCLUDING TWO ARMCHAIRS. The cylindrical stiles with knop finials centering five arched serpentine slats joined to the trapezoidal woven seats raised on turned cylindrical frontal legs with circular pad feet, each joined by a bulbous turned front stretcher and a double box stretcher. SIZE: 41-3/4”h of back, 18”h of seat. CONDITION: Structurally good, frames in need of re-gluing for stabilization. Several chairs with pieced legs. 9-90783 MD (2,000-3,000)

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984

MASSACHUSETTS NORTH SHORE SHERATON INLAID MAHOGANY BOW FRONT SIDEBOARD. The rectangular top with bow-front and inset corners above the conforming case fitted with a central drawer over a pair of cupboard drawers flanked by bottled drawers, all with string inlaid figured oval birch panels, further flanked by a bank of short drawers over a conforming deep drawer, raised on six ring turned, reeded, cylindrical legs, terminating in brass caps. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 40” h x 69-1/2” l x 26” d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished and restored, small repair to left rear leg facing, old hardware in original holes, very good overall condition and color. 9-73912 HP (5,000-10,000)

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985

FINE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY FITTED TEA CADDY. The 18th Century caddy having a raised, molded, hinged cover with fancy bale handle. The box having an ivory, diamond-shaped escutcheon and resting on its original carved ogee bracket base. The interior fitted with its original three-section tole-lined interior. Fourth quarter of the 18th Century. SIZE: 7” h x 10-3/4” l x 6-1/4” d. CONDITION: Back foot is nice replacement. Generally very good. 9-74326 SM (700-1,000)

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986

PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER COVERED SAUCE BOATS IN THE ADAMS STYLE, LONDON 1797/8 POSSIBLE MARK OF JOHN ROBINS. The boat shaped body with urn finial and reeded edges on an oval pedestal base decorated with armorial crest depicting a lion with axe. WEIGHT: 28 tr. oz. SIZE: 5” h x 8-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very minor in use scratches. Very good. 9-90439 MD (4,000-6,000)

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987

OUTSTANDING STERLING SILVER ENGLISH TEAPOT GEORGE IBBOTT. London, 1763. The pot having a hinged domed cover with gadrooned edge and flower knop. Nicely carved, scrolled handle. Body with repousse flowers and c-scrolls. All on a round footed base. No monogram. SIZE: 9-3/4” h. CONDITION: Crack repair to handle, the body with slight ding and dimples. Generally very good. 9-90563 SM (2,000-3,000)

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988

LARGE GEORGE III SILVER COFFEE POT. MARK OF HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON, CIRCA 1782. The domed lid with pineapple finial fitted to the baluster form body, with armorial cresting raised on a pedestal foot with beaded edge, the swans neck spout with scrolled leaf tips, the leaf-capped carved wood handle rising from a cast shell upper terminal. WEIGHT: 27 tr. oz. SIZE: 12 3/4” h. CONDITION: Wear to touch marks, minor dents to rim of base, otherwise very good condition. 9-90055 QP (5,000-7,000)

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989

ENGLISH SILVER TWO HANDLE PEDESTAL LOVING CUP, PETER AND ANN BATEMAN, LONDON, 1791. The S-scrolled lappet handles joined to the tapered cylindrical body with raised reeded mid-molding on circular pedestal base. Touch marks on side beneath rim. WEIGHT: 10 tr. oz. SIZE: 6” h x 7-1/4” l x 3-3/4” w. CONDITION: Very good overall. 7-74773 MD (300-500)

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990

ENGLISH SILVER TWO HANDLE CRESTED SUGAR BOWL BY PETER AND ANN BATEMAN, LONDON, 1802-1803. Of round form, the interior with gold wash, the handles reeded, the rim with gadrooned edge. Crested on opposing sides with the word “Industria” marked on the side beneath the handle. WEIGHT: 9 tr oz. SIZE: 3-3/4” h x 7-3/4” l x 5-3/8” dia. CONDITION: Minor dents, monogrammed underside on base. 9-74772 SM (300-500)

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991

ENGLISH SILVER NAVETTE FORM CRUET STAND, PETER AND ANN BATEMAN, LONDON, 1798. The oval body with loop handle on cylindrical shaft joined to a medial divider, the body with pierced band, floral and foliate chased, raised on scrolled feet. Marked in two places, on base rim and divider. Fitted with four silver mounted bottles, two marked “P & A Bateman, 1798”. SIZE: 9-1/2” h x 7-3/4” l x 5-1/4” w. CONDITION: Medial divider has been cut at each end, otherwise very good condition overall. 9-74774 SM (600-800)

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992

ALEXANDRE BALLY (French 1764-1835) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. Fine half portrait of a man with black coat, cream colored vest and white shirt against a brownish-green background. Signed lower left “Bally 1834”. Housed in what may be its original gesso decorated gilt frame. SIZE: 25-1/2” x 21-1/2”. CONDITION: Minor inpainting, very good. 9-74873 MD (2,000-3,000)

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993

RARE & FINELY CARVED PAIR OF ANGLO-INDIAN TEAK THREE TIER SHELVES, MID 19TH CENTURY. Each unit with three gallery shelves with pierce carved foliate brackets and scalloped frieze, the ends pierce carved with foliate and floral sprays and vinery on a trestle base joined by a carved foliate stretcher raised on suppressed ball feet. SIZE: 55-1/2” h x 40” w x 26’1/2” overall d. CONDITION: Old surface and patina, minor losses to toes on one unit, otherwise very find overall condition. 9-74630 MD (6,000-8,000)

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994

REGENCY INLAID MAHOGANY BUTLER’S SECRETARY. In two parts having cove molded cornice above the straight frieze fitted to the upper case of astragal-glazed doors, stepped back on the lower case. Single drawer with hinged front and tooled leather writing surface fitted with arrangement of drawers and cubby holes over a pair of cupboard doors with figured mahogany and string inlay oval panels. Raised on shaped French feet. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 87” h x 43” w x 22” d. CONDITION: Old polished surface with veneer shrinking, cracking and losses to top of lower case and shrinkage cracks to lower cupboard doors. 9-73996 MD (2,500-3,500)

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995

GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY DISH-TOP CANDLE STAND. The circular one board top with scalloped dish-top edge joined to the ring and baluster turned and rope twist standard on a tripartite plinth raised on three arched cabriole legs terminating in platform pad feet. SIZE: 28-1/2” h x 18” dia. CONDITION: Old re-polished surface, top professionally repaired with butterfly cleats, two legs repaired at standard, otherwise god, French-polished surface. 9-74643 SM (1,000-1,500)

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996

LARGE CONTINENTAL TAPESTRY PROBABLY FLEMISH, 17TH/18TH CENTURY. Depicting a lush mountainous landscape with a lion hunting its prey. In blues, greens, brown, and beige within a floral border. SIZE: 8’1” x 10’2”. CONDITION: Professional restoration, reverse with new backing. 9-90709 (8,000-12,000)

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997

UNSIGNED (French, 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF TWO CHILDREN. Oil on canvas full length portrait of two children. One dressed in formal black coat and trousers with white vest having gold buttons and white shirt. He holds a French flag over his shoulder. His other hand is around the other child who is seated in a large Louis XVI chair and wears a green dress and holds a fancy broad rim black hat. A top hat is on the ground next to a model ship. The back setting is a vine covered open porch. Obviously a portrait of two aristocratic children. Housed in an antique gesso decorated foliate scroll frame. SIZE: 20-1/2” x 13-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good, masking varnish present. 9-74687 MD (1,000-2,000)

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998

FRENCH EMPIRE ROSEWOOD SHELF CLOCK WITH CALENDAR MOVEMENT “BIOLLAY A LYON”. The shaped case with scrolling sides profusely decorated with etched brass and mother of pearl inlays depicting floral garlands and swags opposing dolphins. Floral urns and cornucopia. The enameled dial with roman numeral chapter ring within a gilt metal bezel above an aperture with day and date dials. The brass movement with silk thread suspension, sits on an ogee bracket base. SIZE: 16-1/4” x 10” h x 5-3/4” d. CONDITION: Case in very fine polished condition. Original calendar dial with paint loss to numerals. 9-74679 MD (1,800-2,200)

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999

FRENCH EMPIRE BRONZE & GILT METAL MOUNTED MANTLE CLOCK BY AL DRT PERTRAND, PARIS. The case surmounted by a young boy seated on a tree trunk above the circular dial with chime and strike apertures inscribed with maker’s mark on a rectangular plinth with applied embossed apron on a floral and foliate scrolled base. The movement has a silk thread suspension. SIZE: 15” h x 11” w x 3-1/2” d. CONDITION: Case in very good overall condition, movement is clean. 9-74480 SM (800-1,200)

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1000

NEW YORK CLASSICAL MAHOGANY MIRRORED DRESSING TABLE WITH WHITE MARBLE TOP IN THE MANNER OF JOSEPH MEEKS (Active 1829-1835). The shield-shaped mirror with scrolling molded frame swiveling on a wishbone shaped support with scrolled volute terminals mounted on the rectangular case with inset white marble within a molded edge above the rectangular figured frieze fitted with a long drawer flanked by recessed molded panels raised on S-scrolled frontal supports joined by ogee-shaped consoles, joined to the rectangular rear support mounted on a conforming molded platform base, raised on recessed brass casters. SIZE: 72-3/4”h x 42”l x 18-3/4”d. CONDITION: Fine original condition with some dryness to surfaces and areas of molding missing: outer edges of drawer, right and left frieze moldings and proper right front foot moldings. Small edge chips in marble, hairline crack left front facing. Mirror retains original plate and backboard, marble original. 9-74461 MD (1,000-2,000)

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1001

AMERICAN CLASSICAL ROSEWOOD PIANO STOOL. The square upholstered seat with serpentine edges, the conforming frieze scalloped joined to a swelled octagonal pedestal above a quadruped pedestal base. SIZE: 20” h, 15” x 15” top. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished old surface. 9-90536 SM (250-350)

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1002

AMERICAN CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY SOFA. Figured mahogany barrel crest rail with scrolled acanthus carved terminals and floral rosettes above the padded rectangular back flanked by serpentine out-scrolled arms with acanthus carved supports centering the cushioned seat and fitted bolsters above the half round seat rail, raised on side-facing carved hairy paw feet with nut and acanthus carved returns. All recovered in a red on red silk stripped fabric. SIZE: 35” h x 89” l. CONDITION: Good dark original. Back leg has outstanding restoration. 9-74460 QP (2,500-4,000)

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1003

THOMAS SULLY (American, 1783-1872) PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN. Oil on canvas half portrait shows a young woman wearing a dark purple formal dress having a gold and amethyst brooch. Bare shoulder dress with her head slightly cocked at an angle and she has black curly hair with a hair pin. Right side with a green curtain swag. There appears to be red initials below her dress but can not be deciphered. Housed in a fine gilt gesso decorated frame with liner. Back stretcher has writing “Col Mellow”. SIZE: 30” x 25”. CONDITION: Relined with some inpainting and restoration. Very good. 9-72827 LG (8,000-12,000)

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1004

UNSIGNED (American School, 19th Century) “RAILROAD SCENE, LITTLE FALLS, VALLEY OF THE MOHAWK”. Oil on metal panel shows an early steam powered locomotive pulling a passenger car filled with people beside a river with a waterfall lined with buildings. The landscape setting with trees, church spires, mountains and setting sun. A wonderful depiction of the railroad that went between Little Fall and Utica, New York. Housed in a replacement decorated gilt frame. Back with a Hirschl & Adler Galleries label. A title written on back of panel. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. Hirschl & Adler Gallery. SIZE: 13” x 16-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good with minor inpainting in sky. 9-29646 MD (2,500-4,000)

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1005

UNSIGNED (19th Century) DEPLOYING THE TROOPS. Oil on canvas military scene shows an army in a troop movement. Four horses are pulling a cart filled with munitions stacked high including Blunderbusses and ammo boxes. The horses are being startled by a storm that rages and lighting flashing. There are a few uniformed men behind the carriage and another one is in the background. Housed in a lemon gold antique frame. SIZE: 12-1/4” x 16-1/4”. CONDITION: Surface dirt, very old relining. Generally good. 9-90708 MD (1,500-2,500)

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1006

AFTER FELIX OCTAVIOUS CARR DARLEY (American, 1822-1888) MARCH TO THE SEA. Outstanding steel engraving of Sherman’s army destroying everything in its path on his way to the sea. Pencil signed lower left “F O C Darley” and signed by the engraver A.H. Ritchie and dated 1868 by L. Stebbins. Housed in a magnificent period frame with gesso leaf and berry design having a wide inside panel of burl wood with gilt incised carving in the corners and interior gilt liner with original thick matte. IMAGE SIZE: 25” x 40”. SIGHT SIZE: 29-1/2” x 43-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90095 MD (1,750-2,250)

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1007

OLAF GULLERANDSEN (?) (Scandinavian, late 19th/early 20th Century) THE STEAMER SIGURD JARL. Oil on board with one-stacked steamer having black hull and flying a red, blue & white flag with cross. Signed in lower right and dated 1918. In an antique style, reproduction, gold gesso frame. SIZE: (sight) 7-1/2” x 13-1/2”. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-90615 (800-1,200)

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1008

FRAMED NAUTICAL LITHOGRAPH OF “THE MORNING STAR”. The colored lithograph shows the three-mast ship sailing right to left with full sails and smoke coming out the stack. Printed by Forbes Co Boston & NY. The legend :The Missionary Steam- Barkentine The Morning Star launched in Bath, Maine. Aug. 6th, 1884 sailed from Boston Nov. 5th, 1884.” With a three line contribution section below which is un filled in. Housed in a modern oak molded wood frame with tan matte. IMAGE SIZE: 13-1/2” x 19-1/2”. SIGHT SIZE: 18-1/4” x 21-1/2”. CONDITION: Small piece missing from right border, does not go into image, some small water stains and toning. Flattened crease in upper right. 9-90794 SM (750-1,000)

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1009

GOOD CASED SCHOONER DIORAMA. Two mast full sail, black hull Schooner sails left to right in a glass front box having a blue and gray cloud painted backboard with seagull on a molded green and white cap sea. Sails are wood and painted white. SIZE: 14” h x 19-1/4” w x 3-3/4” at deepest. CONDITION: Generally very good, there is some white paint flecks accumulated at base. 9-90631 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1010

NICE PAIR OF DOLPHIN FISH CAST IRON ANDIRONS. Nicely formed figural andirons by Bradley & Hubbard. SIZE: 14-1/2” h x 17” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90629 SM (450-650)

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1011

SHERATON PINE AND MAPLE FAUX GRAINED ONE-DRAWER STAND. The rectangular top above the conforming frieze fitted with drawer raised on a swelled cylindrical standard joined to a tripod base with down swept scrolled legs. The whole with simulated tiger maple graining. SIZE: 27-1/2” h x 16-3/4” w x 16-1/4” d. CONDITION: Retains original surfaces, showing expected wear. 9-74936 (800-1,200)

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1012

19TH CENTURY MINIATURE CUPBOARD. Early corner cupboard with cutout scallop base having a one piece paneled door which opens to reveal two shelves. Entire surface retains much of its original old blue/gray paint. Original hasp missing and now replaced with a simple wooden hasp. SIZE: 24-1/2” h x 17” w x 7-1/2” d. CONDITION: Couple of tight cracks on either side (from drying), paint worn but generally a nice old surface. 9-90622 (1,000-1,500)

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1013

CARVED AND PAINTED SPREAD EAGLE PLAQUE. The self framed plaque on a single piece of wood is signed on the reverse “Made by C. Barter July 2, 1935”. The spread winged eagle is gold with a central shield having a star center and is stained dark brown. Background with a green carved chip surface. SIZE: 10-1/2” h x 19-3/4” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90630 SM (600-900)

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1014

DECORATED MINIATURE DOME TOP BOX. Box having a red ground with blue edges. Red decorated with foliate scrolls in green, mustard and blue. Interior fitted with a till, pine construction also fitted with lock; no key present. SIZE: 6-1/4” h x 5-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90625 SM (800-1,200)

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1015

FINE PAINTED DOME TOP BOX. This small dome top box having a yellow oval ground flower decorated top surrounded by a black on red grain painting. Front and sides have smaller but similar panels with outside grain painting. A simple wire latch. SIZE: 4-1/2” h x 9” w x 5-1/4” d. CONDITION: Very good, some minor expected wear. 9-90626 (750-1,250)

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1016

TWO DECORATED REDWARE PITCHERS. Both with reddish-brown glaze having black splotch decoration. One is mug form with lip and handle, the other a footed bulbous type creamer with incised zigzag line at shoulder. Probably of Maine origin. SIZE: 4-1/4” h and 4-3/4” h. CONDITION: Some expected wear to top rim, otherwise very good. 8-87534 SM (800-1,200)

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1017

FINE GREEN GLAZE REDWARE JAR. Green spit-type glaze with running vertical streaks over a tapered jar having two small applied handles at shoulder and wide opening. SIZE: 8-3/4” h x 6-1/2” at widest. CONDITION: Several chips to base edge, otherwise very good. 8-87533 SM (300-450)

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1018

ANTIQUE FIGURAL HOOKED RUG. Depicting large dog with collar in shades of tan, black, and green. Hooked on burlap. SIZE: 4’ 5” w, x 2’ 8” h. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-90639 (800-1,200)

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1019

NEW ENGLAND PINE PRIMITIVE DRY SINK IN OLD GREEN PAINT. The open rectangular top forming a well above the rectangular case fitted with a central drawer, all in green paint. SIZE: 33” h x 30” w x 18-1/4” d. CONDITION: With original crusty surface and paint. 9-74935 SM (1,250-2,250)

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1020

GOOD BALE HANDLED ROUND PANTRY BOX IN ORIGINAL BLUE. Lap joint with blue wood turned handle on a wire bale. Nice old original box which never had a lid. SIZE: 6” h x 11” dia. CONDITION: Good. 9-90624 SM (300-400)

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1021

NICE PAINTED COVERED FIRKIN IN MINT GREEN PAINT. Swing wood handle. Cover having one finger lap, base having three. Nice old paint. SIZE: 10” h x 9-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90623 SM (300-500)

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1022

VERY EARLY 19TH CENTURY NEW ENGLAND APPLE PEELER IN OLD PAINT. Great old apple peeler retains its original blue/green Windsor-colored paint. Found in central Maine. SIZE: 28” l x 6” h. CONDITION: Paint worn in places and a small wood wedge on one of the forward feet missing. 9-90633 (700-900)

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1023

WROUGHT IRON FLOOR CANDLE HOLDER AND RUSH HOLDER. Central rod supporting a cone shaped candle holder with a spring form rush holder. Tripod base with scrolled feet. SIZE: 29” h. CONDITION: Good. 9-90641 SM (300-500)

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1024

PAIR OF EARLY CAST IRON FIGURAL ANDIRONS. Andiron fronts having a Scotsman with long pipe wearing a cap and button down coat. SIZE: 11” h x 13” l. CONDITION: Very good. 8-87545 SM (750-1,250)

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1025

WONDERFUL ANTIQUE SLEEPING PINTAIL DECOY. By Johnson. Very nicely hand carved sleeping pintail decoy with strong, original paint decoration. Done in the early part of the 20th Century during the classic era of decoys. SIZE: 11-1/2” l x 5-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. A fine example. 9-90634 (1,200-1,800)

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1026

WONDERFUL EARLY FOLK ART CANADA GOOSE DECOY. Decoy having a removable head and a very large swelled body. Old paint in black and white. Flat lead rectangular weight attached to body. SIZE: 13-1/2” h x 21” l. CONDITION: Neck has had some restoration, scrapes and wear to tail area. Good. 9-90636 SM (1,250-1,750)

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1027

CARVED AND PAINTED FIGURE OF AN OYSTER CATCHER. Bird standing on tall legs mounted on a polished board. Body with fine green and blue carved feathers, glass eyes and colorful beak. SIZE: Overall 10” h x 12-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90635 SM (650-950)

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1028

SEMI-ANTIQUE SAROUK AREA RUG. Early 20th century Sarouk area rug with cobalt background and flowering vines with predominate red colors. SIZE: 4’ 10” x 3’ 3-1/2”. CONDITION: Salvage missing on both ends, otherwise generally good. 9-90640 (1,250-1,750)

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1029

INTERESTING AND COLORFUL STAR AND FLOWER APPLIQUÉD QUILT. The central red and gold star having extended points with red, blue and gold tulips in corners having a combination white quilted stem. Nice quilt-work throughout the white ground. SIZE: 62” x 76” l. CONDITION: Some stains, good. 9-90638 SM (350-550)

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1030

EARLY WOOD CARVED AND COSTUMED ESKIMO DOLL. Carved wood head and body having traditional dress including a printed shirt with woven bottom colorful band, fur collar and cuffs. High top moccasins with decorative stitching and colorful simulated beadwork. Pants have similar design with a high base and hair edges. SIZE: 16” h. CONDITION: Losses to fur on all parts, otherwise good. 8-87546 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1031

ANTIQUE WALL CABINET IN RED WASH. Fine antique Federal rectangular cabinet having two side by side bottom drawers fitted with small brass knobs under two glass doors with open interior having a lock with key present. Scrolled open crest having a reeded center plinth with corner plinths. Pine construction with nice red wash finish. SIZE: 17-1/4” at highest x 21-1/2” at widest x 9” deep. CONDITION: Very good. 8-87548 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1032

POLITICAL BRASS SPREAD WING 19TH CENTURY EAGLE. Interesting eagle has a brass stamped front, metal back which has rings for hanging and a five tubed box for holding flags above the eagle’s head. Wings are held on by wing nuts for easy transportation between events. There is an attached metal tag “Patented Sept 15, 1891 N.Y.”. SIZE: 31-1/2” wing span x 10” h. CONDITION: Generally in very good condition with some dents and use marks. 8-87547 SM (1,200-1,600)

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1033

VERY GOOD AMERICAN CAST-IRON CUSTOMS HOUSE EAGLE, MID 19TH CENTURY. The displayed eagle perched on a sphere, the head, tail, talons and wings retaining original white paint. SIZE: 46” wingspan. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, retaining much of original white paint, cast-iron surfaces with acceptable rusting and good patina. 9-74807 MD (2,000-3,000)

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1034

MONUMENTAL CARVED AND PAINTED ALASKAN KING SALMON BY LAWRENCE IRVINE. The largest carving by Irvine that we know. Finely carved and painted realistic King Salmon mounted on an oval stained backboard with black painted edge. Consignor informs us that this is after a fish caught in Keen Eye, Alaska. Lawrence Irvine was a carver in Winthrop, Maine. SIZE: 51” fish; Approximately 68” x 26” backboard. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74364 LG (8,000-12,000)

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1035

GOOD STATE OF MAINE FOLK ART CARVING OF A TROUT BY “LAWRENCE IRVINE”, WINTHROP, MAINE. Depicting a leaping trout realistically carved and painted mounted on a painted birch board depicting the state of Maine, signed on the reverse “Carved & Painted by Lawrence C. Irvine, Winthrop, Maine” in script. SIZE: 30” x 18-1/2”. CONDITION: Good original condition. 9-90053 SM (3,000-5,000)

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1036

CARVED AND PAINTED BROOK TROUT BY LAWRENCE IRVINE. Fine carved and painted realistic brook trout mounted on a painted simulated birch bark oval backboard. Signed on reverse. Lawrence Irvine was a carver in Winthrop, Maine. SIZE: 19” fish; 28” x 12” board. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-73898 MD (2,500-3,000)

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1037

CARVED AND PAINTED BROOK TROUT ATTRIBUTED TO LAWRENCE IRVINE. Carved and painted brook trout mounted on a black painted edged stained oval board. Unsigned. Lawrence Irvine was a carver in Winthrop, Maine. SIZE: 14-1/4” fish; 21-1/2” x 9-1/4” board. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74365 SM (800-1,200)

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1038

CARVED AND PAINTED LAKE TROUT BY LAWRENCE IRVINE. Unsigned. Finely carved and painted realistic lake trout mounted on an oval plywood brown painted edge stained backboard. Lawrence Irvine was a carver in Winthrop, Maine. SIZE: 30-1/2” fish; 36” x 15” backboard. CONDITION: Very good. 9-73899 MD (2,500-3,000)

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1039

CARVED AND PAINTED TROPHY LAKE TROUT BY LAWRENCE IRVINE. Finely carved and painted realistic lake trout mounted on a painted simulated birch bark oval backboard. Signed on back. Consignor informs us that this is after a fish caught in 1972 at Wyman Lake in Moscow, Maine. Lawrence Irvine was a carver in Winthrop, Maine. SIZE: 30” fish; 35” x 14-1/2” board. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74366 MD (1,500-2,500)

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1040

BASILIUS BESLER (German, 1561-1629) SPIDER ORCHID BOTANICAL ENGRAVING. Hand colored engraving of three flowers “Orchis Serapias Fecun Da Dodonaei”; “Iris Bulbosa Lutea Mixta”; “Iris Bulbosa Vulaceo Love Mixta”. Back has text with title “Quartus Ordo Fol. 5”. “Celeberrimi Eystetten”. Mounted only with two tape hinges at top. Unknown state. Housed in a modern frame with rose colored matte. SIZE: Actual is 21-3/4” x 17-1/4”. CONDITION: Examined out of frame. Some light foxing, several small splits in margin and bottom with water stain. Generally good. 9-74369 MD (1,500-2,500)

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1041

JOHN GOULD (British, 1804-1881) FOUR HAND COLORED LITHOGRAPHS OF EUROPEAN BIRDS. Hazel Grouse or Gelinotte, Horned Grebe, Pomerine Gull, and a third unframed example; Sabines Gull. SIZE: 14-3/4” h x 21-3/4” l. CONDITION: All examples removed from original bindings, page size intact, very minor foxing. 9-90434 SM (600-800)

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1042

RARE CARVED AND POLYCHROME PAINTED CAROUSEL FIGURE OF A RUNNING ROOSTER, ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES J. SPOONER (1871-1932). Wonderful paint decorated rooster carved from pine with original hinged neck construction, crusty polychrome park paint surface with original fittings for mounting. Size: 52” l x 61-1/2” l x 12” w. CONDITION: With heavily weathered and dry surface, some losses to wood along tail seam, paint is faded, weathered and flaking. Structurally very good original untouched condition. NOTE: This lot is accompanied by literature on Charles Spooner, taken from “Fairground Art” by Geoff Weedon and Richard Ward. 9-74467 QP (8,000-12,000)

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1043

FINE POLYCHROME PAINTED AND CARVED PARKER CAROUSEL RUNNING HORSE. Carved from the solid with open mouth, having one glass eye and one jeweled eye, the flowing mane well detailed, the rear of the saddle carved with two dogs heads, having a white horsehair tail, the body blue, the saddle red, the saddle blanket yellow and green. Now mounted on a modern stand. SIZE: 41” h of horse x 74” approx. overall l, 12-1/2” w. CONDITION: With multiple coats of paint, filled seam cracks, some filler absent, repair to right rear proper leg, with missing wood chip. 9-74521 MD (3,000-4,000)

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1044

FANTASTIC CAROUSEL WAGON ORNAMENT. The painted and carved wood crest having scrolled carving with a painted central lyre. Carved in walnut and dating from the last quarter of the 19th Century. SIZE: 31”h x 28”L. CONDITION: Some minor overpaint, old professional repair to one scroll and some chipping and checking which would be expected from a piece with many years of use. 9-90719 MD (3,000-4,000)

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1045

PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN PARROTS ON PIERCED ROCKWORK PLINTHS, 19TH CENTURY. Each blanc de chine figure with enameled blue eyes and red mouths. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 10”h. CONDITION: Very good overall with paint loss to talons. 9-73951 SM (500-1,000)

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1046

PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN PIGEONS. Each cream colored figure with light brown highlight on rockwork bases. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 6”h. CONDITION: One bird with glazing imperfection on back (firing). 9-73952 SM (700-1,000)

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1047

NEW ENGLAND SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY TESTER BED. The rectangular molded canopy above boldly turned posts, the foot posts spiral turned, the head posts swelled with bell turned elements joined to a shaped headboard with scrolled ears. PROVENANCE: Purported by consignor that this bed was a wedding gift to her mother from an Episcopal priest in Hingham, Massachusetts, a relative of Daniel Webster and also that the bed had always been in his family. PROVENANCE: From a Harpswell, Maine home. SIZE: 85” overall h x 79-1/2 overall l x 55” overall w. CONDITION: Old cleaned surface with good color, frame has been altered to accommodate full-size box spring and mattress. Bed comes with material for canopy and drapes. 9-90080 QP (2,000-4,000)

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1048

NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE BIRCH AND PINE FLAT TOP HIGHBOY. In two parts, the upper case with cove molded cornice fitted with four long graduated thumb-molded drawers above the mid molding on the lower case of two short aligned drawers over a pair of deep drawers centering a short drawer above the gothic and arcaded apron with acorn pendant finials raised on cabriole legs with scalloped returns on pad feet. SIZE: 66-1/2” h x case 36” w x 20-1/2” d. CONDITION: Cleaned surface early replaced hardware minor repairs to thumb-molding, generally very good. 9-74969 LG (4,000-8,000)

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1049

NEW ENGLAND FEDERAL FIGURED AND CROSS BANDED MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS. The rectangular top cross banded, with bow front above the conforming case fitted with four cross banded graduated long drawers above the shaped, scalloped, string inlaid apron, raised on splayed French feet. SIZE: 39-1/2” h x 41-3/4” l x 23-1/4” d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished, shrinkage crack in top, retains original feet and backboards. 9-90525 QP (4,000-6,000)

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1050

AMERICAN WINDSOR SACK-BACK KNUCKLE ARMCHAIR. Bowed crest rail above nine spindles joined to the medial splat continuing to knuckled arms with carved volutes above the shaped saddle seat raised on baluster turned splayed legs joined by a similarly turned H-stretcher. The whole with multiple layers of green, black, and red paint. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 39” h of back, 17-1/2” h of seat. CONDITION: Showing a waxed surface over paint, structurally good. 9-74012 SM (2,000-3,000)

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1051

KASHMAR CARPET, EAST PERSIA. Dense floral vinery, midnight blue field with stylized urns centering a lobed medallion, the spandrels and guard border with polychrome lotus blossoms. SIZE: 12’8” x 9’10”. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-90549 MD (1,500-2,000)

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1052

FINE TABRIZ TREE OF LIFE ANTIQUE SCATTER RUG. Central tan field has a large urn of flowering tree with pairs of birds and a pair of deer. Multiple borders in colors of red and blue. High knot density of approximately 256 knots per sq inch. PROVENANCE: From a fine Unity, Maine home. SIZE: 4’ x 2’. CONDITION: Added fringe on both ends which is as is. Some edge fraying, generally very good. 9-74506 SM (400-800)

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1053

PERSIAN AREA RUG. First half of the 20th Century. Deep blue field having flower and urn clusters with trailing vines. Multi border with nice tight weaving. SIZE: 6’10” x 4’. CONDITION: Consistent wear throughout with only small sections of foundation showing, low pile. 9-74378 SM (500-800)

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1054

EDWARD SHERIFF CURTIS (American 1858-1962) APPEAL TO THE GREAT SPIRIT. A fine Curtis goldtone shows an Indian brave with both arms raised to the sky. He stands on a rock outcropping with signature in bottom right. Housed in an appropriate, probably original frame with some losses. SIGHT SIZE: 13-1/4” x 10-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90000 LG (10,000-15,000)

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1055

EDWARD SHERIFF CURTIS (American, 1868-1952) “THREE CHIEFS PIEGAN”. Important platinum print of a western scene showing three Native Americans on horseback near a small pool of water. They stand in an expansive prairie setting. Signed lower right “Curtis L.A. ©”. Housed in an original Curtis Studio batwing frame. SIZE: 11” x 14”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90589 (8,000-10,000)

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1056

EDWARD SHERIFF CURTIS (AMERICAN, 1868-1952) WASHO BASKETS. Framed large photogravure. The scene shows seven Native American baskets. Is titled and numbered plate 541, “From copyright photograph, 1924 By E. S. Curtis”. Photogravure Suffolk Eng. Co. Cambridge, MA.” Housed in a simple wood frame with white matte. IMAGE SIZE: 11-1/4” x 15-1/2”, SIGHT SIZE: 13-3/4” x 17-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90002 SM (1,000-2,000)

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1057

EDWARD SHERIFF CURTIS (AMERICAN, 1868-1952) BASKET MAKER. Framed large photogravure. The scene shows a Native American woman making a basket. Is titled and numbered plate 310, “From copyright photograph, 1912 By E. S. Curtis. Photogravure John Andrew & Son.” Housed in a simple wood frame with white matte. IMAGE SIZE: 11-1/2” x 15-1/4”, SIGHT SIZE: 14” x 17-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90003 SM (1,000-2,000)

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1058

FRANK A RINEHART (American, 1861-1928) “LAST HORSE, SIOUX NO. 8”. Large platinum print half portrait of a Native American Chief. He holds a catlinite pipe and is well appointed with beadwork and headdress. Signed in the photograph “1899 FA Rinehart Omaha” with title. Housed in an Eastlake period deep frame with gold liner, no glass. SIGHT SIZE: 19-1/2” x 15-1/2”. CONDITION: Some light scratches, good. 9-90590 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1059

CARLETON E. WATKINS (American, 1829-1916) YOWIE, THE NEVADA FALL, 700 FEET, YOSEMITE. Outstanding and rare Mammoth albumen print shows an early photograph of the Nevada Falls at Yosemite. Unframed and unmatted. IMAGE SIZE: 21-1/4” x 15-1/2”. TOTAL SIZE: 28” x 22”. CONDITION: Very good with frame line 1/4” on edges. 9-90068 LG (3,000-5,000)

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1060

LARGE ACOMA POLYCHROME OLLA. Large antique jar has a small indented base, tall tapered bulging body and tapering neck. Painted over a worn chalky white with a black, red and orange slip. The overall pattern encompassing two colorful birds perched on a branch, one on each side, rectangles and diamonds with checkerboard pattern and a central band of diamonds surrounded by hexagonal black shapes. SIZE: 12-1/4” h x 11” at widest. CONDITION: There is a band of paint loss and chipping above shoulder, some light scratches and one tiny chip on rim. Otherwise generally good. 9-74375 LG (8,000-12,000)

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1061

LARGE NATIVE AMERICAN ACOMA POTTERY VASE MADE BY SARAH GARCIA. Decorated overall with black, white and terracotta stylized floral and geometric designs with lightning bolt upper border and four opposing reserves centering a stag on a tapered base. Signed beneath the base by the artist:“Sarah Garcia Acoma, N.M.” PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 12”h. CONDITION: Very good overall, with minor paint losses around rim. 9-74031 SM (500-1,000)

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1062

NATIVE AMERICAN NORTHWEST COASTAL CARVED AND PAINT DECORATED CEREMONIAL MASK, SIGNED ALEX JULIAN. The ceremonial mask carved from the solid, polychrome paint decorated with fierce facial features, the forehead with a painted mask flanked by fire-breathing dragons. SIZE: 11”h x 8-1/4”w x 3-1/4”d. CONDITION: Good original patina, some small paint spots on top of head. 9-74865 SM (2,000-3,000)

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1063

CARVED AND POLYCHROME-PAINTED FOLK ART ROOT CLUB ATTRIBUTED TO RUSSELL JOSEPH, CIRCA 1940. Carved from a solid root, the club head with sharpened points centering a Native American polychrome painted chief in full headdress, the black painted handle incise-carved with ceremonial feather symbols. SIZE: 25-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good overall condition with original surfaces, showing normal wear, no repairs or restoration. 9-90440 SM (800-1,200)

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1064

NATIVE AMERICAN BLANKET, PROBABLY NAVAJO. With multiple zigzag rows in cream, black, pumpkin, and dark blue alternating with madder red rows, the center with feathered diamonds. SIZE: 6’8-1/2” x 4’8”. CONDITION: Overall very good, colors slightly irregular and fading. 9-74833 MD (800-1,200)

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1065

NATIVE AMERICAN BLANKET. Serrated rows of geometrics in fiery orange, reds, and polychrome earth tones. SIZE: 7’1” x 5’1” CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-74832 MD (800-1,200)

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1066

ALASKAN BEADED WALL HANGING WITH POCKETS, CIRCA 1915. With three beaded floral ribbon-tied sprays interspersed with three similarly beaded pockets, the bottom edge with fringe, with a scalloped, stitched, and beaded border. SIZE: 20” h overall x 17”w. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. 9-74457 MD (700-1,200)

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1067

N. CURRIER (PUBLISHER 19th C) “THE LAST WAR-WHOOP”. Conninghan Checklist No. 3458. Large folio colored lithograph after a painting by A. F. Tait. Under title is written “New York, Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau Street”. Scene shows a cowboy with handgun and rifle on horse above a recently shot Indian who is giving one last whoop. Housed in an antique and possibly original wood frame with gold lining. SIGHT SIZE: 21-1/4” x 27-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good, no tears, strong color. Sky has been overpainted. 9-72018 (2,000-3,000)

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1068

CURRIER & IVES (American, Publisher, 19th Century) “STEAMER PENOBSCOT”. Outstanding large folio lithograph shows the steamship Penobscot sailing left to right flying the American flag and ship and company pennants. Many people are seen aboard with lighthouse off bow. Top margin having “Boston and Bangor Steamship Co.”. Bottom margin “Steamer Penobscot. One of the fleet forming the line between Boston, Bangor & Mt. Desert” with other company information. Listed in Conningham’s Book No. 5736. Housed in a flat oak frame . SIGHT SIZE: 26-1/4” x 38-1/2”. CONDITION: Unmounted, some minor loss and creases to edge. Light toning in small section. Generally very good. 9-74641 MD (2,500-4,000)

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1069

FULLY RIGGED PLANK MODEL OF THE SWEDISH SHIP “WASA”, 1628. The three masted galleon built by Henrik Hybertsson, commissioned by the King of Sweden. Fitted with three decks of canon and ornately appointed statues, etc. She sank within 20 minutes of launching, raised in 1961 by the Swedish Government she is restored and on display at the Stockholm Naval Museum. This model is most likely a museum replica, and is mounted in a custom glass standing case. SIZE: 32”h of model x 36”l x 9-1/2”w. CONDITION: In new, untouched condition. 9-73897 MD (1,200-1,800)

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1070

FOLK ART DIORAMA OF THE SCHOONER “SUSIE”. Depicting a fully rigged three-mast ship set within the framed case of blue sky and electric blue white-capped waves. The molded case with glass frame. SIZE: 13”h x 20-1/2”l x 4”d. CONDITION: Very good overall, with expected wear to frame. 9-74812 SM (800-1,000)

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1071

HALF HULL BUILDER’S MODEL. Wood model constructed of five lifts having original surface and nicely mortised and tendon laminations. SIZE: 48” l x 4-1/4” at deepest. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-74487 SM (750-900)

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1072

CARVED MEASURING STICK WITH SCRIMSHAW HANDLE. Of decagonal tapered cylindrical form, each facet incised with units of measurement, the handle a scrimshawed whale’s tooth engraved with a sailing ship and American flag inscribed “1st MATE SILAS H. GAGE” within a scrolling banner ending with a tarred becket. Together with a copy of “Scribner’s Ready Reckoner Log Book”. SIZE: 42-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good original surfaces, slight fraying to rope handle. Overall very good. Log book in fair condition. 9-74665 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1073

FINE CARVED IVORY TUSK MOUNTED WITH A THERMOMETER ON STAND, LATE 19TH CENTURY. The tusk carved with flowering branches centering a scrolled cartouche and mounted with a Fahrenheit thermometer joined to a rectangular rosewood and bone inlaid stand. SIZE: 12” overall h. CONDITION: Very good overall, with minor roughness at tip of tusk. 9-74605 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1074

CARVED WHALEBONE MINIATURE HOODED CRADLE TOGETHER WITH A SCRIMSHAW FID. The cradle with etched decoration, the fid with scrimshaw decoration etched with the word “OHASE”. SIZES: Cradle is 5-1/4”. Fid is 11-1/4”. CONDITION: Cradle has some screw plugs missing. Fid with minor chip to tip and two small holes on side of undetermined origin. 9-74657 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1075

THREE CARVED BONE PIE CRIMPERS. Each with a deeply carved jag wheel and carved bone and baleen handles, two with attached tasting forks. SIZES: 7” l; 7” l; 9” l . CONDITION: One with broken jag wheel arm and split on pommel, the second with a detached tine, the third with a missing tine. Good. 9-74666 SM (1,500-2,000)

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1076

LEMUEL D. ELDRED (American, 1848-1921) WHALER OUTBOUND. Large etching shows a tug escorting a large whaling ship with partial sails up through harbor which has several ships, buildings and large bridge. Pencil signed lower right and signed in plate “LD Eldred 1903”. Remark lower left of whale and whale boat. Housed in a flat oak frame. Probably a scene of New Bedford, MA. SIGHT SIZE: 19-3/4” x 31”. IMAGE SIZE: 18-1/4” x 29-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good, not examined out of frame. 9-74494 SM (750-900)

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1077

LEMUEL D. ELDRED (American, 1848-1921) CARPENTERS WORKING ON A LAID UP WHALER. Large etching shows a whaling ship at dock being tended to by three workers. Other boats and men are seen around the harbor. Signed in the plate “LD Eldred 1906” and having a remark with harpoons and bucket. Pencil signed on bottom right “H J Jeusqui? Prt”. Housed in a black molded wood frame with white matte. Probably a scene of New Bedford, MA. SIGHT SIZE: 20” x 30-3/4”. IMAGES SIZE: 18” x 29-1/2”. CONDITION: Good, not examined out of frame. 9-74493 SM (750-900)

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1078

WILLIAM PIERCE STUBBS (American, 1842-1909) BLACK HULLED SCHOONER. Oil on canvas ship portrait shows the schooner sailing right to left in heavy seas. The name appears to be the “Eugene Hale”. Half of the sails are up and several people are on deck. Signed lower left “W.P.S.”. Housed in its original leaf decorated deep gesso gilt frame. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 20” x 30”. CONDITION: One patch to back of original canvas, surface dirt, good. 9-29663 LG (4,000-8,000)

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1079

JAMES HAMILTON (American, 1819-1878) BOSTON HARBOR. Outstanding panoramic oil on canvas scene looking at the city of Boston from outside of its harbor. In the background is a low hill with church spires and large dome top building. Foreground has several tall ships in anchor and several sailboats dotting the harbor. A barrel buoy is seen in foreground. Signed lower left “A. Hamilton”. Housed in a fine gilt replacement frame. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. Christie’s New York Sale 9/27/90 lot 52. Purchased from Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts, 1991. SIZE: 14” x 30-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good with wax relining. Inpainted area above left sailboat. 9-29644 HP (15,000-25,000)

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1080

FREDERICK SCHILLER COZZENS (American, 1846-1928) “REACHING AFTER THE CUP…DEFENDER VS. VALKYRIE III”. Large watercolor on paper nautical scene shows a yacht coming towards viewer with seventeen men aboard. Several yachts, tugboats and steamships are seen behind with another yacht off to its right. Signed lower left “Fred. S. Cozzens 95”. Housed in a fine carved and gilt arts and crafts style frame with linen matte and gold liner. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. Purchased from Queter Galleries, 1995. SIZE: 21” x 15”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-29650 HP (8,000-12,000)

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1081

UNSIGNED (19th Century) AMERICAN SCHOONER LEADING THE BRITISH SHIP M.R. CHAPMAN. Large oil on canvas nautical scene shows a two-mast schooner flying American flag leading a larger three-mast black hulled ship in full sail. It flies the British flag and a Company flag “TL Co”. Name of the ship is at the stern and both ships are on a dark wavy ocean with land at left side. Ships sail left to right under a fabulous expansive sunset sky ranging from light blue to rose color. Housed in a fine replacement Guido Frame Studio frame. SIZE: 22” x 36”. CONDITION: Relined, inpainting. Very good. 9-74572 LG (10,000-15,000)

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1082

THOMAS BUTTERSWORTH (British, 1768-1842) TO THE RESCUE. Oil on canvas shipwreck scene shows a three-mast galleon wrecking on jagged rocks in a rough ocean. A lifeboat with fourteen men is seen going toward shore. Twenty-nine men on deck, some on top sail, others at edge of railing. Parts of the ship are seen in water and lightning cascades from angry gray sky. Signed bottom middle left “T Buttersworth”. Housed in a fine gilt gesso decorated replacement frame. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. Purchased from Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts, 1990. SIZE: 21-1/2” x 31-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good, restored with some inpainting. 9-29643 HP (15,000-25,000)

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1083

FREDERIC ROUX (French, 1805-1874) SHIP PORTRAIT OF THE “V. BOUISSEN”. Watercolor ship portrait of the French ship sailing left to right into Havre. Ship sails left to right with part sails up flying the French flag. Thirteen men on deck and several ships are seen off the stern. They approach the lighthouse at the mouth of the harbor which has a crowd looking on. Bottom legend on black background with captain and ship name. Signed lower right “Frederic Roux Au Havre 1847”. Housed in its original gesso decorated gilt frame. A round exposition label from Musee Cantini-Marseille 1855 No. 58”. Original backing is pen signed by the artist and dated. SIZE: 16-1/2” x 23”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90610 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1084

EARLY AMERICAN SEA CHEST IN ORIGINAL GREEN PAINT. Dovetailed canted case with becket and rope seaman’s handles. Interior with large iron strap hinges and fitted with till having drawer beneath. Coastal New England, Early 19th Century. SIZE: 17” h x 16-1/2” d x 44” l. CONDITION: Very good with minor wear and water stain. 9-74236 SM (700-1,000)

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1085

ORIENTAL CARVED CAMPHORWOOD SEAMAN’S CHEST, SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY. The rectangular chest with hinged lid carved overall in three dimensional landscapes, the dovetailed case brass bound. SIZE: 20” h x 42” l x 21” d. CONDITION: Old dry surface with shrinkage cracks in lid, overall very good. 9-74243 SM (700-1,000)

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1086

CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN UNDERGLAZE BLUE GARDEN BARREL. Decorated overall with scrolling vinery and flowerheads, the sides with pierced double coins and bosses. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 18-1/2”h x 14” dia. CONDITION: Very good overall condition, no restoration or repairs noted. 9-73938 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1087

FINE CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MANDARIN DECORATED PUNCH BOWL. Mid 19th century. Having a colorful band with flowers, birds and butterflies. Panels with figures surrounded by gilt key design. SIZE: 5-1/4” h x 12-3/4” diameter. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74310 SM (1,600-2,200)

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1088

UNUSUAL CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION TEAPOT. The footed teapot having a tall domed lid with gilt round knop. The panel decoration of figures, birds and flowers. Mid 19th Century. SIZE: 8-3/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74278 SM (500-700)

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1089

LARGE IMARI POLYCHROME DECORATED FLOOR VASE, MEIJI PERIOD. Decorated in cobalt blue, indigo, and coral, the panels with floral and pastoral motif within a stylized floral shell border on a cream ground. SIZE: 30” h x 14” dia. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-90470 MD (3,500-5,000)

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1090

FINE IMARI POLYCHROME DECORATED STANDING FLOOR VASE, MEIJI PERIOD. Of cylindrical form with landscaped panels amidst dense floral and geometric devices, the flared rim decorated with floral vinery, the whole in shades of indigo, golds, burnt orange, and coral, on a cream ground. SIZE: 31” h x 15-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-90468 MD (3,000-4,000)

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1091

OUTSTANDING PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI PANELED AND POLYCHROME RIBBED VASES. Meiji Period, second half of the 19th Century. Vases having a wonderful coloring in rusts, blues and golds. Panels having flowering tree and exotic bird. SIZE: 15” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74250 LG (2,500-3,500)

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1092

FINE IMARI COVERED FOOTED SOUP TUREEN. The oval soup tureen having an oval base with two flower form handles. Top having a melon formed knop and cut out for spoon. Allover decorated in cobalt blue, rust, floral design. A very unusual form. SIZE: 10-1/2” h x 17” at widest x 9-1/2” at deepest. CONDITION: One handle has been repaired, otherwise very good. 9-90700 SM (800-1,200)

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1093

LARGE IMARI PUNCHBOWL. Decorated with Oriental motif and flowers in colors of rust, blue and gold. Scalloped edge and round foot. Comes with a teakwood five-footed base. 19th Century. PROVENANCE: Fine Bangor, Maine mansion. SIZE: Bowl is 6” h x 13-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74224 SM (500-1,000)

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1094

LARGE IMARI PORCELAIN POLYCHROME CHARGER. Meiji Period, 1860-1890. The paneled charger in various colors with panels having storks and flowers. SIZE: 18-1/2” diameter. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74346 SM (500-700)

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1095

UNSIGNED (Continental School, 19th/20th Century) PORTRAIT OF ALFRED VON TERPITZ. Alfred Von Terpitz (March 19, 1849-March 6, 1930) was a German Admiral, Secretary of State of the Imperial Naval Office, the powerful administrative branch of the Kaiserliche Marine from 1897 until 1916. Oil on canvas half portrait of a man with mustache and shaped beard. He wears a fur collared military jacket with red epaulets. His inner brass button coat is decorated with medals of merit including Order of the Red Eagle, Iron Cross and what appears to be the Pour le Merit amongst others. Housed in a magnificent period gilt frame with nut and flower clusters in corners and textured gilt interior. An oval bead decorated window with burgundy velvet matte. CANVAS SIZE: Rectangle is 30” x 25”. SIGHT SIZE: Oval is 27-1/4” x 22”. CONDITION: Replaced stretcher, relined with inpainting. Restored, very good. 9-74374 LG (2,500-4,500)

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1096

KAZVIN ORIENTAL CARPET, PERSIA. With dense cream, pale indigo, and pink floral sprays on a claret red ground centering an ivory floral-filled lobed medallion, with lotus blossom spandrels within multiple floral borders. SIZE: 12’2” x 9’. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-90552 MD (1,250-1,750)

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1097

OUTSTANDING TALL AND CARVED SHERATON CANOPY BED. The front posts having pineapple tops, twist leaf carving and a center section with a notched hub with waffle carving and leaf design with a scrolled headboard. Back posts with similar turnings but no carving. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 92” h x 52” inside width. Length of rails 75” (inside width). CONDITION: Very good. 9-73990 LG (3,000-4,000)

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1098

NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE BONNET TOP BIRCH HIGHBOY. In two sections with mahoganized finish, the molded swan’s neck pediment crest with full bonnet enclosure centering three urn turned finials above the case with central fan carved deep drawer flanked by short drawers over three graduated long drawers, all thumb molded fitted to the waisted lower case having long drawer over three aligned short drawers, the central drawer fan carved above the shaped apron raised on cabriole legs with scalloped returns on pad feet. SIZE: 87” h x 36” case w x 18-1/4” case d. CONDITION: Retains original surface and old patina, hardware replaced, no other restoration noted. 9-74796 HP (10,000-15,000)

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1099

NEW ENGLAND FEDERAL INLAID CHERRY CARD TABLE, PROBABLY MASSACHUSETTS. The hinged top with half serpentine sides and elliptic front, the edges with herring bone inlays, the conforming bowed frieze with oval satin inlay flanked by diamond inlays, the whole raised on square tapered legs with string inlaid cuffs on pointed feet. SIZE: 31” h x 36” w x 16-3/4” d. CONDITION: Skinned old surface, the top with elliptic “scribed” (?) mark, top with warping. 9-90530 MD (4,000-6,000)

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1100

COASTAL NEW HAMPSHIRE OR STATE OF MAINE SHERATON MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS WITH FIGURED BIRCH PANELS. The rectangular top with turret corners above the conforming case fitted with four long thumb molded drawers, each cross banded with figured birch panels flanked by reeded columnar pilasters continuing to reeded, swelled and turned legs on button feet. SIZE: 39-3/4” h x 42-3/4” overall w x 20” overall d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished, retains original hardware, minor staining on top. 9-90455 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1101

FINE AMERICAN BRACE-BACK CONTINUOUS ARM WINDSOR CHAIR. Molded, bowed crestrail, tenion arms, brace-back with pipe stem turned spindles. Chair having one board carved and molded saddle seat set on bold turned splay leg base. Rhode Island. Fourth quarter of the 18th Century. SIZE: 38” h; 16-1/2” seat h. CONDITION: Very good, wood filler in seat now removed. 9-74237 SM (1,400-2,000)

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1102

FINE STATE OF MAINE QUEEN ANNE FIGURED MAPLE AND BIRCH DROP LEAF TABLE. Rectangular top with conforming hinged leaves projecting above the scalloped apron raised on thin cabriole legs with shaped drop returns and pad feet. SIZE: 28” h x 17” w closed, 46-1/2” w open x 47-1/2” d. CONDITION: Professionally cleaned and re-polished, top with minor staining, and filled shrinkage crack. 9-90461 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1103

SET OF SIX MAINE STENCILED AND PAINT DECORATED THUMB-BACK SIDE CHAIRS. Arched crest rail stenciled with grape decoration over rectangular slats. Stiles similarly decorated joined to a woven rush seat. Raised on turned cylindrical legs on button feet joined by a box stretcher. SIZE: 43” h; 17-1/2” seat h. CONDITION: Nice set of six chairs with normal wear, one rush seat with some weaknesses. 9-74204 SM (900-1,200)

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1104

MINIATURE EARLY AMERICAN PINE BLANKET CHEST IN OLD BLUE-GREEN PAINT. The rectangular hinged lid with molded edges opening to an interior with till above the dovetailed case on molded plinth. SIZE: 8-3/4” h 19” w x 12-1/2” d. CONDITION: Interior with remnants of original cream paint, lock present, latch missing. The blue-green painted surfaces skinned, otherwise good. 9-90359 SM (1,500-2,500)

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1105

FINE DIMINUTIVE SHERATON INLAID MAHOGANY WORK TABLE. The rectangular top having a raised glove box with figured mahogany splash guard and fitted with two aligned drawers stepped back on the conforming table fitted with two long drawers; all of figured mahogany with contrasting inlay and retaining original knobs, raised on unusual spiral-twist bobbin and onion turned legs. SIZE: 36-1/2” h x 19-1/2” w x 19-1/4” d. CONDITION: Cleaned old surface with minor shrinkage crack, very good overall. 9-90508 QP (1,200-1,800)

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1106

CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT MIRROR. The rectangular mirror plate within a gilt slip and molded frame. The scrolled crest with ears centering a parcel gilt carved scallop shell. The apron similarly carved. SIZE: 44-1/4” h x 23” w. CONDITION: Retains old finish, restoration and repairs to cresting, shell and gilt slip resurfaced, mirror plate old, backboards absent. 9-90533 SM (1,200-1,800)

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1107

AMERICAN COLORED WAX SILHOUETTE PORTRAIT. Attributed to the work of John Christian Rauschner working in Salem, MA Circa 1809-1810. Half portrait silhouettes worked in colored waxes in the manner of J. C. Rauschner, mounted in a later oval gilt Victorian frame impressed “Foster Bros. Boston”. SIZE: Bust is 3” x 1-3/4”. Overall is 7-1/4” x 6-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good original condition. 9-73892 SM (1,500-3,000)

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1108

MINIATURE OVAL PAINTED PORTRAIT ON IVORY PURPORTED TO BE JOHN ADAMS (Early 19th Century). The oval portrait painted on ivory within a period table top brass frame, with the artist’s initials in script above the proper right shoulder. The brocade backing is marked with the name “John Adams” in pencil. SIZE: 3-1/4”h x 2-1/2”w. CONDITION: Painting in very good condition with fine details, no imperfections noted. Painted on ivory or bone. With original beveled glass and metal frame. 9-74608 SM (500-800)

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1109

EARLY AMERICAN MINIATURE PROFILE HALF-PORTRAIT OF THE REVEREND JAMES H. JOHNSTON (Pastor 1835-1839). The oval painting depicting a gentleman in profile wearing a black coat with high collar in a conforming molded gilt inner frame. The whole mounted in a gilt molded frame of the period. Affixed on the back is an old paper label naming the subject and “Presented by Miss Mary Grier.” SIZE: 2-1/2” x 2” portrait sight size, 7” x 6-1/2” frame size. CONDITION: Very nice original condition, nice patina, losses to gilding on frame edge within parameters. 7-74915 SM (500-1,000)

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1110

MINIATURE PAINTED PORTRAIT ON IVORY OF A YOUNG BOY IN PERIOD DRESS. Full portrait depicting a young boy in gray wig, lace collar, purple waistcoat with a pendant gold pocket watch standing beside a draped table. Mounted in a gold leaf period frame. Mid 19th Century. SIZE: 3-7/8” x 3”. CONDITION: Overall fine condition. 9-74689 SM (400-600)

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1111

TWO EARLY MINIATURE WATERCOLOR PORTRAITS. 1) A 3-1/4” x 3” hand-colored silhouette of a young lady having brown hair, black dress and gold necklace. Unsigned and housed in a mahogany, flame grain-veneered frame with original backboard. SIZE: Overall 5-1/2” x 5”. CONDITION: Very good. 2) A watercolor of a young woman in blue and white dress, seated. She wears earrings, necklace, bracelet and rings. Housed in an antique lemon-gold frame. SIZE: (sight) 6” x 5”, (overall) 8” x 7”. CONDITION: Some light fading, otherwise good. 9-74314 SM (300-500)

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1112

OUTSTANDING CARVED WOODEN POLYCHROME FIGURE OF A PRANCING HORSE IN THE MANOR OF ELIE NADELMAN. A well executed folk art rendition of a horse with arched neck, raised fore leg and carved mane. SIZE: 18-3/4” h x 16-1/2” l x 4-1/2” w. CONDITION: Minor chips to ear tips, seam crack on tail at juncture to body, original patina. 9-73575 MD (3,000-4,000)

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1113

ELIE NADELMAN (AMERICAN, 1885-1946) SKETCH OF A WOMAN. Pen sketch on paper showing a woman in a long dress with fancy hat in a side view. Beside her is a line drawing of a woman. Hinge mounted to an ivory backing with a cut Estate of Eli Nadelman label. Housed in a hinged matte with rectangular opening. PROVENANCE: From the Estate of Lincoln Kirston. SIZE: 7-1/4”h x 5”w. CONDITION: Some light staining and foxing. Good. 9-90167 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1114

ELIE NADELMAN (AMERICAN, 1885-1946) TWO WATERCOLOR DRAWINGS OF A MAN AND WOMAN’S HEADS. Unmarked. Each showing a sepia colored shoulder up face on portrait. Woman is mounted on light paper mounted to heavy paper SIZE: 13”h x 8-1/2”w. CONDITION: Some roughness to top of paper. Man is unmounted SIZE: 13-1/4”h x 8-1/4”w. CONDITION: The watercolor is in half with a small section missing from right side. PROVENANCE: Originally from the Estate of Lincoln Kirston. 9-90169 SM (1,200-1,600)

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1115

ELIE NADELMAN (AMERICAN, 1885-1946) TWO DRAWINGS . 1) A drawing of pencil and watercolor of two figures. SIZE: 7-3/4” x 56-1/2”. CONDITION: Right side has tears and there are stains and a hole at bottom. Unmarked. 2) A sketch on board of a pheasant with fern leaves and wall with a line sketch of a rooster in the bottom corner. Unmarked. PROVENANCE: Originally from the Estate of Lincoln Kirston. SIZE: 15 x 12 3/4. CONDITION: One corner missing, otherwise good. 9-90170 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1116

ELIE NADELMAN (AMERICAN, 1885-1946) TWO PHOTOGRAPHS. 1) A photograph of a bust of a woman painted and carved. Stamped on reverse R.V. Smutny photographer 402 E. 71st St. Pencil marked 1129-10 and having an Estate of Elie Nadelman sticker. SIZE: 9-1/2”h x 7-1/2”w. CONDITION: Tape mark to bottom, Generally good. 2) A photograph of a carved and painted seated man. Unmarked and undoubtedly the work of Nadelman. Set in a hinged white matte. SIZE: 7”h x 5”w. CONDITION: Very good. PROVENANCE: Originally from the Estate of Lincoln Kirston. 9-90168 SM (300-500)

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1117

LARGE CALAMANCO QUILT. Made of homespun linen, circa 1790-1810, the back having a center field with six reddish patches surrounded by a green border. The front in medium blue with quilting which has a drapery light border at one end and a border surrounding the rest. SIZE: 104” x 108”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90761 MD (3,000-4,000)

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1118

APPLIQUÉD SUMMER QUILT AND BOLSTER WITH PINEAPPLES AND TULIPS. Each having tulip and pineapple design, the bed covering with a central pot with vine on a white linen backing, circa 1870-1900, probably of Pennsylvania-German origin. The pillow-cloth has been stitch mounted on a wooden stretcher. SIZE: 87” x 74”. Pillow-cloth, 23” x 72”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90763 SM (750-1,250)

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1119

CONTINENTAL FOLK ART POLYCHROME PAINTED AND CARVED MILNER’S MODEL. The carved wooden figure with glass eyes and ring of wavy hair below a bald crown above the solid body with articulated arms, holding a bowl with dove seated within, the body raised on eight rectangular splayed slats supported by a center pole on a spool turned, notch-carved plinth. Possibly a model for St. Francis of Assisi. SIZE: 16”h, 5” dia. CONDITION: Overall very good with some paint losses to hair, surfaces skinned, right proper hand may be modeled for holding an object now absent. 9-90035 SM (400-800)

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1120

EARLY AMERICAN CARVED SWIFT, POSSIBLE PENNSYLVANIA. Of typical form, the fastening bracket decorated with scrolled volutes, floral spray, interlocking hearts, and stylized pinwheel. Now mounted on a modern stand. SIZE: 31” h x 25-3/4” dia open. CONDITION: One spoke repaired and reattached, one spoke half missing, retains original surface. 9-90527 SM (1,200-1,600)

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1121

EARLY OCTAGONAL SEWING BOX. The box having a hinged lid with simulated satinwood inlay decoration painted with flowering vine. The bottom having fitted compartment with drawer painted in a robin egg blue color. Set on eight small gold ball feet. Coastal New England first quarter of 19th Century. SIZE: 7-1/4” h x 15-3/4” l x 12-3/4” d. CONDITION: Some fading, otherwise very good. 9-74791 SM (1,400-2,000)

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1122

UNUSUAL AND FINE NEW ENGLAND PAINT DECORATED DOCUMENT BOX IN ORIGINAL PAINT. Late 18th/early 19th Century. The whimsical squiggle decoration centering a rectangular panel painted with the initials: “SBO” (note the “S” in reverse). The rectangular lid mounted on “H” hinges joined to the conforming box constructed of rose-head nails. The whole lined with original paper. SIZE: 9”h x 18”l x 10-1/2”d. CONDITION: Overall original condition. The original color of blue has since faded to a green-gray. Base color and decoration both appear original. 9-90721 MD (2,000-3,000)

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1123

RARE AND UNUSUAL AMERICAN DOME-TOP WALLPAPERED TRUNK, THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY. The dome-top rectangular pine trunk, the exterior covered in wallpaper of the period depicting hearts and stars, the ends fitted with cast-iron handles, the interior lined with early broadsides for a menagerie depicting events of horsemanship, flying-rope, tight-rope, and still-vaulting. SIZE: 15-1/2”h x 31-1/2”l x 20”d. CONDITION: Structurally in good condition with shrinkage seam crack in top, the exterior wallpaper showing moderate wear and losses, the interior wallpaper and broad sides in very nice condition. 9-90775 MD (900-1,200)

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1124

GOOD ANTIQUE RUNNING HORSE WEATHERVANE. Copper vane with outstretched tail and all legs off the ground. Zinc ears and nice green weathered patina. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. Purchased in Spring City, Pennsylvania. SIZE: 15-3/4” h x 30” l. CONDITION: Very good. Appears to be an old weld where vertical post meets horizontal post. Two bullet holes above front leg and repaired bullet hole to back. Possible repair at juncture of tail. Some remnants of a later mustard color paint. 9-29705 MD (2,500-3,500)

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1125

FULL-BODIED COPPER ROOSTER WEATHERVANE. Small size with weathered verdigris surface having sheet copper tail, the legs spurred, on rod. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 17” h x 13” w. CONDITION: Missing comb, waddle, bullet hole repairs throughout body, repairs to tail. 9-90100 SM (1,000-2,000)

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1126

FULL BODIED COPPER PRANCING HORSE WEATHERVANE IN OLD PAINTED SURFACE On rod with bar and ball. Together with log stand measuring 36” l. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 19-1/2” h x 32” l. CONDITION: Extensive paint loss, two unrepaired bullet holes, dents in body, seam splits on hoof and chest. 9-90108 MD (2,500-3,500)

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1127

AMERICAN HOOKED STARFISH RUG, PROBABLY MAINE, FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY. Woven with rows of polychrome striped squares alternating with squares depicting starfish/five petal flowers, mounted on a museum frame. SIZE: 74” x 71”. CONDITION: Overall very good, with no issues noted. 9-90360 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1128

UNUSUAL AND FINE ROOM SIZE ANTIQUE HOOKED RUG. The rug having a mottled red field surrounded by crossed fern leaves with rose and rose bud corners, the outer double border having ivory and berry and a leaf outer border. SIZE: 7’3” x 7’5”. CONDITION: The rug has been backed and restored professionally; it presently is in very good condition. 9-90718 LG (6,500-8,500)

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1129

AMERICAN FLORAL HOOKED RUG. Depicting a central polychrome floral bouquet within a cream cartouche flanked by golden leafy sprays centering a floral cluster within a black border. The outer border braided, mounted on a museum frame. SIZE: 27-1/2” x 54”. CONDITION: Very fine good condition overall. 9-90497 SM (900-1,100)

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1130

FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY BOW FRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS, PROBABLY NEW YORK. The rectangular top with bow front above the conforming case of four graduated and cock beaded long drawers above the shaped and scalloped apron with wide inlaid stringing raised on flared French feet. SIZE: 39” h x 41-1/2” w x 23” d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished and restored, hardware replaced. 9-90534 QP (4,000-6,000)

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1131

FEDERAL MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE, PROBABLY NEW YORK. The rectangular hinged top with conforming leaves above the straight frieze fitted with a drawer raised on square tapered legs. SIZE: 28-3/4” h x 18” w x 30” d. CONDITION: Professionally restored and re-polished, very good overall. 9-90504 MD (1,200-1,800)

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1132

NEW YORK SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY WASH STAND. The rectangular cabinet with three-quarter shaped and scalloped splash guard fitted with corner candle cups centering the top fitted for wash basin and cups above the bowed figural frieze flanked by candle drawers. The case with incurved sides centering the lower shelf with concave frieze drawer raised on ring turned legs terminating in brass capped casters. SIZE: 41” h x 22-1/4” w x 18” d. CONDITION: Retains old polished surface, original hardware, and casters, very god overall. 9-90514 QP (1,000-1,400)

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1133

CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY CARVED ARMCHAIR. Shaped crest and pierced back-splat. Crewel upholstery slip seat on square molded legs connected by an H-stretcher. Fourth quarter of the 18th Century. SIZE: 38” h x 17-1/2” seat rail. CONDITION: Old repairs to front legs at seat rail, otherwise very good. 9-74273 SM (500-750)

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1134

ROOM SIZE SERAPI ORIENTAL RUG. Large center red medallion with ivory and red field. Wide and thin border. Colors of brown, red, ivory with some blues and greens. First half of the 20th Century. SIZE: 11’10” x 9’3”. CONDITION: Consistent pile, shows use. Some repairs and some small evidence of insect damage which has been stabilized. Generally good. 9-73654 (1,000-2,000)

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1135

GILT CARVED WOOD AND GESSO EAGLE AND CORNUCOPIA MIRROR. The presenting eagle above the shaped mirror plate within a surround of opposing fruit and berry filled cornucopias. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 24” h x 27” w. CONDITION: Totally re-gilt with minor losses to gilding. 9-73936 SM (1,000-2,000)

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1136

CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE CYLINDER MUG WITH AMERICAN SHIPS. The 19th Century large mug with an old but later addition maritime scene of two three-mast ships flying American flags. They sail on a green ocean and are within a decorative blue and white surround. PROVENANCE: Woolworth Collection. SIZE: 5-1/2” h. CONDITION: Hairlines in base, with one continuing into body, some light rim restoration. Otherwise very good. 9-72609 (1,000-2,000)

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1137

CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE BALUSTER FORMED MUG. Circa 1780. The enamel decorated scene shows two children playing with two dogs. Two women look on with table stand and garden seats. The scene is bordered with a colorful leafy vine. The handle is flanked by two flower stalks. PROVENANCE: Woolworth Collection. SIZE: 5-3/4” h. CONDITION: Very good, some gold decoration rub to lip. 9-72607 (1,000-1,500)

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1138

CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE VASE. The flared scalloped rim with floral decoration, the vase with applied foo dog handles; the collar with applied handles, decorated overall with dense polychrome floral sprays and birds with similarly decorated opposing panels within pale blue borders. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 18”h. CONDITION: Small hairline, lower right corner of panel, very minor paint chips in glaze, otherwise appears very good. 9-73904 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1139

CHINESE EXPORT SMALL PUNCH BOWL WITH FAMILE ROSE DECORATION. The banded and diapered decoration on inside and outside. Circa 1800. The bowl having a round foot. SIZE: 4-1/4” h x 10-1/4” diameter. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74309 SM (800-1,200)

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1140

OUTSTANDING CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN FLOOR VASE. The vase having lion and ring gilt handles, two large panels with figures and large flaring rim. Mid 19th Century. SIZE: 24” h x 8-1/2” diameter at rim. CONDITION: A professional fill to side crack which cannot be seen by the naked eye, otherwise very good. 9-74284 SM (2,200-2,600)

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1141

FINE PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN VASES. Each vase fitted with lion mask and ring handles. Panels with figures, round footed bases and flaring rims. Mid 19th Century. SIZE: 9-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74291 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1142

NEW ENGLAND SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY LADY’S SECRETARY, PROBABLY MASSACHUSETTS. In two parts, the upper section with swan’s neck crest and brass rosette terminals centering three cast brass eagle finials above a pair of cupboard doors with reeded molding opening to an interior of three cubbies over three drawers above a pair of cock beaded aligned drawers stepped back on the mid-molded lower case with hinged lid opening to a baise lined writing surface and supported by lopers centering a long drawer over two similar recessed drawers flanked by rope twist columns on blocked plinths, the whole raised on bobbin and ring turned legs. PROVENANCE: From the Sewall Estate, Bath, Maine. SIZE: 67-1/2” h x 38” case w x 18” d. CONDITION: Retains original surface, old dry patina, some losses to reeded moldings, hardware replaced. Repairs to right facing cupboard door at hinges. 9-90155 QP (2,000-3,000)

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1143

COASTAL NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE INLAID, CROSS BANDED, AND FIGURED WALNUT LOWBOY. The rectangular top with notched corners and molded edges projected above the conforming case fitted with two aligned short drawers over three small drawers, all cross banded with contrasting stringing above the shaped scalloped and arched apron, raised on delicate cabriole legs, with deeply scalloped returns terminating in flattened platform pad feet. SIZE: 28-3/4” h x 28” case w x 19-1/2” d. CONDITION: Overall professionally restored and re-polished, later hardware, some replaced drawer supports, dropped finials absent. 9-74794 QP (8,000-12,000)

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1144

SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY EIGHT LEG SOFA. The canted reeded crest rail above the rectangular padded back joined to and flanked by down swept molded arms with reeded swelled supports centering a trapezoidal upholstered seat cushion with bolsters, above the conforming seat rail with plain frieze raised on four frontal reeded and ring-turned legs terminating in brass capped casters, the rear legs back swept. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 36” h of back x 78” l CONDITION: Retains old surface, the crest rail has been removed and re-applied, small repair to left arm facing and left rear leg facing. 9-73943 QP (5,000-8,000)

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1145

NEW YORK CLASSICAL CARVED FIGURED MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE. IN THE SCHOOL OF DUNCAN PHYFE. The rectangular top with hinged shaped leaves above the frieze with drawer and dropped pendants joined to an elaborate acanthus carved standard on a platform base raised on four out-swept legs with scrolled acanthus carved knees terminating in carved feet with square collars on brass casters. PROVENANCE: From a Harpswell, Maine home. SIZE: 28-3/4” h x 22-1/2” w closed x 42” d, top open measures 42” x 52”. CONDITION: Old surface, several toes re-carved, replaced casters. 9-90083 QP (2,000-2,500)

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1146

NEW ENGLAND HOOP-BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR IN OLD BROWN WASH. The bowed crest rail joined to nine simulated bamboo spindles, the shaped arms applied to the stiles with rolled grips centering a shaped saddle seat, the turned splayed legs joined by an H-stretcher, all with simulated bamboo turnings. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 36” h of back, 17-1/4” h of seat. CONDITION: Structurally very good, showing normal wear. 9-74090 SM (500-1,000)

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1147

MASSACHUSETTS EMPIRE TRIPLE DECKER MAHOGANY SHELF CLOCK, MADE BY AUSTIN CHITTENDEN, LEXINGTON, MASS. The rectangular case surmounted by carved presenting eagle above a stack of three mahogany doors, the uppermost opening to a painted wooden dial with gilt heightened spandrels, the mid door with eglomise panel depicting a pastoral scene opening to bell striker and pendulum bob above the lower door with eglomise panel depicting a lake scene centering a pendulum aperture. Both doors flanked by full columns. Resting on the box base fitted with the lower door. The whole on a plain plinth base. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 33-3/4” h x 17-1/4” w x 4-3/4” d. CONDITION: Mahogany case in fine original condition, some wear and small losses at door hinges, eglomise panel’s probably later replacements, case retains original paper label, works not examined. 9-74068 SM (800-1,200)

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1148

FINE PAIR OF FEDERAL PERIOD MINIATURE BRASS ANDIRONS. The left and right matched pair having nice turned and faceted fronts, spur legs ending in ball feet with matching log stops. Early 19th Century. SIZE: 8-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74318 SM (1,500-2,000)

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1149

CONNECTICUT EMPIRE TRIPLE DECKER SHELF CLOCK, PROBABLY GEORGE, MARSH & CO. The mahogany case crested with a presenting eagle, the central door in two parts, opening to a painted dial with gilt heightened spandrels, the brass eight day works stamped “Birge and Fuller, Bristol, Conn., USA”. The case interior with remnant of original label, the lower door panel with painted eglomise scene flanked by freestanding columns joined to the box base with cyma curved supports centering the lower door with pendulum aperture and painted eglomise panel on a stepped plinth supported by frontal ball feet. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 38” h x 17-3/4” w. CONDITION: Case in very fine original condition, eglomise panels in very good condition, probably later replacements. Brass works appear to have been cleaned and restored. 9-74023 SM (800-1,200)

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1150

FINE PAIR OF BRASS STEEPLE AND BALL TOP ANDIRONS BY R. WHITINGHAM, NEW YORK. Faceted spire top with ball below and turned and faceted column. Raised on arch-spurred legs and ending in ball feet. Each stamped “R. WHITINGHAM, N. YORK”. The left and right facing andirons having their original log stops. SIZE: 20-3/4” x 24” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74251 MD (1,500-2,000)

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1151

PAUL WEBER (American, 1823-1916) PAIR OF ANCESTRAL PORTRAITS. Each signed bottom right “P Weber Fourth St. 586”. Each housed in molded wood gilt frames which are slightly different. Three-quarter portrait of a seated woman holding an open book. Her arm is resting on a marble top center table. She is wearing a black dress with lace collar and cuffs. She has a gold watch with chain and fob and brooch at neck. A column is seen on left and on the right is a Hudson River landscape scene. The three-quarter portrait of the man is seen with his arm resting on the same center table and having a similar Hudson River scene over his shoulder. He wears a watch chain and a Masonic pin on his white shirt. He wears a black suit and a blue striped bow-tie. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 36” x 29”. CONDITION: Original canvases with some patches. 9-90110 MD (4,000-6,000)

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1152

AMERICAN TRADE SIGN IN THE FORM OF A POCKET WATCH. The cast and sheet metal two sided watch with painted dial and sweep second hand. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 20” h x 14” dia x 2” depth. CONDITION: Loss of paint throughout with some rusting, overall good condition. 9-90102 MD (1,000-2,000)

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1153

AMERICAN POLYCHROME-PAINTED FOLK ART TRADE SIGN DEPICTING A TEA OR COFFEE POT. The outline of the pot with knop finial, S-scrolled spout and pierced scrolled handle, cut from a pine board. With remnants of original grey and brown paint. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 40-1/2” h x 31” w. CONDITION: Spout and handle in need of reinforcement, old worn surfaces, acceptable roughness within normal parameters. 9-90112 MD (1,500-2,500)

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1154

AMERICAN FOLK ART TRADE SIGN IN THE FORM OF SCISSORS. The carved wood shears in black and gold-toned paint, hinged with brass capped rod. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 38-1/2” l. CONDITION: Showing original crackled, painted surfaces with old patina. Thumb handle with old break and repair, missing a 5” wooden strip. 9-90106 SM (1,000-2,000)

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1155

AMERICAN FOLK ART TRADE SIGN OF A FOLDING STRAIGHT EDGE RAZOR. The carved pine case enclosing a pivoting black-stained blade painted with the logo: “Dunn Edge Tool Co.,” PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 36” l closed. CONDITION: Handle release broken at end with missing piece. Otherwise showing normal wear overall with minor roughness and losses. 9-90104 SM (800-1,200)

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1156

AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED WOODEN TRADE SIGN OF A BOOT. Having wrought iron hanger. Carved and seamed of two solid pieces clearly depicting heel and sole, mounted with a wrought-iron ring, suspended from a wrought iron bracket. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: Boot 18” h. Overall 21-1/2” x 19”. CONDITION: Brown paint over gold paint with paint losses, minor shrinkage split to seam, overall very good condition. 9-90113 MD (800-1,200)

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1157

THOMAS MATTISON FAMILY EARLY AMERICAN SPONGE DECORATED AND STENCILED BLANKET CHEST, SHAFTSBURY, VT. The rectangular hinged lid opening to the well with till, fitted to the conforming case with shaped boot jack ends and frontal shaped bracket feet with molded base. The whole in original reddish-brown paint with dark brown smoked and sponged decoration, each surface with simulated gold toned string outline, the bracket base in chocolate brown paint. SIZE: 25” h x 47” w x 20-3/4” d. CONDITION: Original painted and decorated surfaces showing acceptable wear, minor losses to right front foot facing. 9-74856 HP (4,000-6,000)

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1158

TWO BANKS OF WALNUT AND PINE DRAWERS FROM AN OHIO APOTHECARY, CIRCA 1850. The two units, each fitted with two rows of overlapping short drawers with porcelain knobs, many with tags reading: “M.T. Hodson & Son, Druggists and Grocers, Pioneer, Ohio,” the drawer fronts grain painted in shades of burnt sienna. Several drawers with gold and black labels describing the contents. SIZE: top cabinet-17-1/2”h x 71”l x 14”d, bottom cabinet- 17”h x 65-1/2”l x 13”d. CONDITION: These architectural cabinets were built in, and when removed, finished sides were added. Top surfaces of each unit retain a cleaned walnut surface, labels, knobs, and cabinets in general show normal amounts of wear. 9-90726 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1159

STATE OF MAINE CARVED AND PAINTED ARCHITECTURAL CORNER CUPBOARD. The one piece case with dentil molded cornice with canted sides above the conforming triangular case fitted with a pair of arched molded panel cupboard doors flanked by fluted pilasters above the stepped mid-molding above a pair of square molded panel doors on a molded plinth. SIZE: 88” h x 50” w x 24” d. CONDITION: All surfaces painted, some moldings loosened, structurally good. 9-74828 MD (3,000-4,000)

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1160

NEW ENGLAND CHIPPENDALE PINE TALL CHEST. Having molded top retaining original cotter pin hinges with three simulated graduated drawers over three long graduated drawer. Molded base raised on carved bracket feet. Northern New England. Fourth quarter of the 18th Century. SIZE: 50-3/4” h x 18-3/4” d x 36-1/2” case w. CONDITION: Nice cleaned older surfaces. Feet with repairs and retaining original backboards. 9-74274 MD (1,500-2,000)

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1161

SET OF FOUR STEP DOWN ROD-BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIRS. Each stepped tablet crest above simulated bamboo turned spindles, joined to the shaped plank seat raised on simulated bamboo splayed legs joined by box stretcher. SIZE: 35-1/2” x 17-1/2”. CONDITION: Structurally very good, mixed old surface of brown paint and varnish showing appropriate wear and color. 9-74275 MD (1,000-1,500)

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1162

STATE OF MAINE GRAIN PAINTED PINE AND BIRCH STEP BACK CUPBOARD. In two sections, the cove molded bookcase upper section stepped back and fitted to the lower case having two banks of four graduated drawers raised on shaped bracket feet with scalloped apron. Retains original disc turned knobs. SIZE: 82” h x 49” w x 20” d. CONDITION: Retains old patina and surface and original hardware, no restoration noted. 9-90462 LG (2,000-4,000)

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1163

PAIR OF MASSACHUSETTS SHERATON CARVED MAPLE AND PINE PINEAPPLE BEDS, PROBABLY BOSTON OR NORTH SHORE. Each boldly turned post carved with leaf tips and star punch decorated water leaf carving surmounted by pineapple finials, the paneled headboards with scrolled ears. Each post inscribed with the number “25” or “26”. Carved in the manner of Samuel MacIntyre. SIZE: 49” overall h x 48” overall w, 42” interior w, 78” interior l, 86” exterior l. CONDITION: Very fine condition overall. 9-74693 MDD (500-1,000)

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1164

AN AMERICAN TOLEWARE DOCUMENT BOX (CIRCA 1830). Of rectangular rounded form with hinged lid. Decorated with a central cartouche depicting a gentleman in white collar, arm raised and titled “Judge of Pies and Cakes” on a maroon background. PROVENANCE: From Rodney Paine, Harrison, Maine. SIZE: 2-1/4” h x 9-1/2”l x 5-3/4”w. CONDITION: With minor paint losses to edges and small paint chips on lid, otherwise good. 9-74456 SM (1,000-2,000)

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1165

DECORATED TOLE DOME TOP DOCUMENT OR DEED BOX, SECOND HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY. The domed hinged lid with wine red leaf tip border, mounted with a brass ring handle fitted to the rectangular box decorated with berry vinery all on a black ground. SIZE: 5-1/2”h x 8-3/4”l x 5-1/2”d. CONDITION: Very good overall with minor paint losses to base rim and hinges. 9-74816 SM (200-400)

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1166

NICELY DECORATED TOLE WARE HINGED BOX. Rectangular box having a swinging hasp, brass bale handle. Decoration with green, red and mustard colors against a black ground. A central mustard band has fruit and leaf decoration. 19th Century. SIZE: 4” h x 9-1/2” w x 6-1/2” d. CONDITION: Some chipping, generally decoration is intact. 9-90599 (400-600)

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1167

LARGE SHEET METAL STEER WEATHERVANE IN OLD RED SURFACE. Depicted in profile with capped horns. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 25” h x 32-1/2” w. CONDITION: Repair to horn, bullet hole repairs, and minor paint losses to surface. 9-90101 MD (1,500-2,500)

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1168

FINE MASSACHUSETTS SHERATON INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS, BOSTON OR NORTH SHORE. The rectangular top with turret corners and cross banded edges above the conforming case fitted with four cock beaded graduated long drawers flanked by engaged reeded columns continuing to turned legs centering an arched cross banded apron. SIZE: 38-1/2”h x 42” overall w x 20-1/2” d. CONDITION: Old re-polished surface, very good overall. 9-90512 QP (4,000-5,000)

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1169

MASSACHUSETTS FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY CARD TABLE. The hinged rectangular top with inset round corners and string inlaid edges above the conforming frieze with string inlaid panels alternating with contrasting satin wood diamond inlays, raised on square tapered string inlaid legs with cross-banded cuffs. SIZE: 29-1/4” h x 36” w x 17-3/4” d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished and restored with no major restorations noted. 9-90529 HP (4,000-6,000)

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1170

NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY CHIPPENDALE BIRCH LADDER-BACK SIDE CHAIR. The serpentine crest rail above two conforming slats above the trapezoidal woven seat raised on square chamfered legs joined by a box stretcher. SIZE: 36” h x 15-1/2” seat height. CONDITION: Repair to middle slat at stile, back stretcher re-glued, otherwise good. 9-90505 SM (100-150)

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1171

EARLY AMERICAN PINE HOODED CRADLE IN ORIGINAL GREEN AND MUSTARD PAINT WITH DELICATE STYLIZED FOLIATE BORDERS. Of rectangular form, the canted hooded top above conforming bowed ends and sides raised on rockers. The whole in original green paint with foliate details. The interior in mustard paint. PROVENANCE: From a private Leominster, MA collector. Purported to originate in Concord, NH and handmade by a craftsman of coaches and sleighs. SIZE: 25-1/2” h x 22” w x 43-1/2 l. CONDITION: Minor paint loss due to normal wear, overall very good condition. 9-74970 MD (800-1,200)

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1172

AMERICAN PINE ONE DOOR KAS IN ORIGINAL BROWN PAINT, CIRCA 1870. The rectangular molded cornice with architectural crest above the conforming case fitted with single fielded panel covered door opening to an interior of three fixed shelves above a long drawer over a shaped apron, the case with bootjack ends. PROVENANCE: Purported by owners to be of Wisconsin origin, made by German immigrants. SIZE 76-3/4” h x 45” w x 17-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. Retains old red/brown surface structurally all original. Minor damages around base. 9-74857 MD (4,000-6,000)

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1173

FINE PAINTED BOW BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR. Seven tall spindle back having a molded edge hoop, outstanding carved seat, and turned splayed legs with H-stretcher. The underside bearing the name “Thomson”. SIZE: 37-1/2”h, 15-1/2”h of seat. CONDITION: Very good, a nice old red over older red paint. 9-90751 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1174

FINE 19TH-CENTURY PAINTED BLANKET CHEST. Wonderful old blue paint. Hinged applied molded edge top opens to reveal a double lidded till with one having a drawer. Applied molded base. SIZE: 18-3/4”h x 45”top size x 18”d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90732 SM (700-900)

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1175

UNSIGNED (American, Mid 19th Century) THREE-QUARTER PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG BOY WITH PUPPY. Oil on canvas shows a child depicted with curly hair, in a green lace-trimmed jacket with short sleeves, and green plaid pants, posing with a white dog on lead, with a toy horse behind, and holding a riding crop. Housed in a period original repainted molded red washed and grained frame. SIZE: 30” x 25”. CONDITION: Restored and re-stretched with over painting on proper left arm, and two round repairs in the background, left side facing, now overpainted. 9-90780 MD (7,000-10,000)

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1176

UNSIGNED (American, Early 19th Century) FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. Oil on canvas half portrait of a man wearing black coat, white vest and shirt. He is seen against a greenish/black background. Housed in a fine antique gilt frame. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 29-1/2” x 25-1/2”. CONDITION: Relined, restored with inpainting. Very good. 9-90097 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1177

ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH WHITING STOCK (American, ) PORTRAIT OF AMELIA WEBER. Unframed large oil on canvas portrait of a young girl holding her favorite doll. The girl wears a white lace dress with blue ribbon and blue high lace shoes. Doll wears a red dress and both the dolls hat and girls bonnet rest on the fancy designed floor covering. An oval marble top stand is off to her right and the backdrop if a green paneled wall. Unframed and having a modern identification taped to back. SIZE: 37-1/4” x 30”. CONDITION: Generally very good with abrasions at frame edge. 9-90069 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1178

PENNSYLVANIA PAINT DECORATED PINE DOCUMENT BOX, CIRCA 1840. The elaborately molded rectangular hinged top fitted to the conforming box on a molded plinth raised on stylized ogee bracket feet. The whole paint decorated in a deep indigo blue trimmed with black bands and tomato red pin-striping. SIZE: 8”h x 14-1/2”l x 9-3/4”d. CONDITION: With bright cleaned original surfaces, very good overall. 9-90716 MD (2,500-3,500)

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1179

OUTSTANDING TRADE SIGN “JAMES BRADLEY. COUNTRY PRODUCE”. The antique sign in rectangular form has a white background with black block letters having red shadows, applied molded wood edge. Found in the greater Philadelphia area, the turn of the century paint is over and earlier signboard. SIZE: 24” x 58”. CONDITION: Generally good with expected wear and use. 9-90723 SM (1,500-2,000)

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1180

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED BOARD WITH A THREE DIMENSIONAL EAGLE, 19TH CENTURY. Carved with back swept wings, gripping a single feathered arrow in talons, the eagle with old natural patina, the board in black paint. SIZE: 9-1/2” h x 40” l. CONDITION: Very good old surfaces and colors, restoration noted. 9-74810 SM (700-1,000)

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1181

AMERICAN CARVED AND GILT DECORATED PINE EAGLE WALL PLAQUE. Depicted as a displayed eagle, carved from the solid with nicely striated feathers and wingtips, retaining original gilded surface. SIZE: 8”h x 34-1/4”l overall. CONDITION: With minimal losses to gilding, no structural damage observed, very fine overall. 9-90779 LG (1,000-2,000)

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1182

NEEDLEWORK SCHOOLGIRL SAMPLER BY ANN ELIZA FOWLER, 1832. Sampler having a flower vine border encompassing two-line alphabet in various stitches over a seven-line verse with pictures of flowers, plants, basket, birds, trees, a house with fence and birds in trees. Housed in an antique mahogany veneer frame. SIGHT SIZE: 15-1/2” x 16-1/2”. CONDITION: Stains and foxing, otherwise good. 9-90595 SM (800-1,200)

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1183

NEEDLEWORK SCHOOLGIRL SAMPLER BY ELIZABETH CRISMAN, 1840. Colorful sampler has a central square with double alphabet row ending in a date “1840”. Two houses flank a tall flower with two birds and two birds sit on edge of birdbath. The outer border having a strawberry vine, dates, birds, flowers, name and other decoration. Housed in a modern mahogany type frame with gold liner. SIGHT SIZE: 17-1/4” x 17-1/4”. CONDITION: Some light fading and losses, good. 9-90597 SM (400-600)

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1184

NEW ENGLAND NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER WROUGHT BY RUTH R. REEVES, 1838 (Probably Massachusetts). With alphabet and numerical rows over the verse, “Years hurry quickly by and we are fading too and soon the year when we shall die will come upon our view”. Flanked by floral baskets above a manor house with trees and flowers flanked by eight pointed stars within a zigzag border. Note: some information relating to provenance on paper back of frame. PROVENANCE: From a Harpswell, Maine home. SIZE: 13-3/4” h x 13”w. CONDITION: With some discolored spotting, a hole 1/3” diameter left at mid point at top and overall fading, otherwise very good condition. 9-90084 SM (300-500)

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1185

KIRMAN ORIENTAL CARPET, SOUTHEAST PERSIA. Dense pastel floral and palmette vinery on a cream field within a wide arabesque floral guard border of pale pink and deep indigo. SIZE: 18’1” x 11’8”. CONDITION: Overall very good, with no issues visible. 9-90566 QP (800-1,200)

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1186

TWO ANTIQUE SAROUK SCATTER RUGS. Colors of red, blue and ivory with similar flower design and multiple borders. Both with approximately 144 knots per sq inch. PROVENANCE: From a fine Unity, Maine home. SIZES & CONDITION: 4’9” x 2’7” – some light border fraying, frayed ends; some light fading. 4’1-1/2” x 2’2-1/2” – attached fringe edge with frayed edges to both ends. 9-74505 (400-800)

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1187

LARGE TWO-PIECE 18TH CENTURY PINE CORNER CUPBOARD WITH GLASS DOORS ABOVE. Refinished with traces of old red paint. Top section having two six-paned glass doors, two shelves with interior painted a light blue. Bottom section with two large dovetailed drawers and two raised panel drawers. Cupboard rests on small cutout feet. SIZE: 85-1/2” high x 66” wide x 23” deep. CONDITION: Generally good, some small molding pieces missing. 9-72266 (4,000-6,000)

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1188

HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY TILT TOP CANDLE STAND. Elongated octagonal tilting top with birdseye maple inlaid center, well turned shaft. Raised on three-arch carved line and cuff inlaid legs. Coastal Massachusetts or coastal New Hampshire. Late 18th/early 19th Century. SIZE: 29-1/2” h. 41-3/4” h when tipped. Top is 15-3/4” x 21-1/2”. CONDITION: Replaced top, very good. 9-74300 MD (2,000-3,000)

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1189

COASTAL NEW ENGLAND HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY CARD TABLE. Hinged leaf, bowed front and bowed ends with two color inlaid panels all raised on square tapered inlaid legs. Circa 1800. SIZE: 29-1/2” h x 36” w x 17-3/4” d. CONDITION: Professionally restored and re-polished. 9-74248 MD (2,000-3,000)

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1190

NEW ENGLAND GRAIN-PAINTED PINE BLANKET CHEST. The hinged rectangular top opening to a well, fitted to the conforming case with single molded drawer raised on frontal bracket feet with scalloped returns, the case sides with arched cutouts. The whole in mustard paint with fine faux graining. SIZE: 32-1/2” h x 43” w x 17-1/2” d. CONDITION: Retains original cleaned and paint-heightened surface. 9-90575 MD (1,500-3,000)

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1191

AMERICAN COUNTRY SHERATON PINE WORK TABLE IN RED PAINT. The rectangular planked top projecting above the conforming frieze fitted with a single long drawer raised on ring turned swelled cylindrical legs. SIZE: 30” h x 72” l x 43-1/2” w. CONDITION: Old red paint over probably original gray paint, showing good wear to base and drawer, top probably later. 9-74859 MD (2,000-3,000)

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1192

CHINESE EXPORT CANTON COVERED TUREEN WITH LID. Of rectangular form, with canted corners and boar’s head handles. SIZE: 9-1/4”h x 12-1/2”l x 8-3/4”w. CONDITION: Very good overall, with two pitting spots in lid. 9-74637 SM (1,200-1,600)

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1193

UNUSUAL OVERSIZED CHINESE EXPORT BLUE CANTON TEAPOT. The teapot having a strap handle and large original cover. 19th Century. SIZE: 7-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74313 SM (600-900)

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1194

CANTON VEGETABLE DISH WITH COVER. The rectangular dish with typical scenic decoration and notched corners, the lid with a berry knop. SIZE: 5-1/2” h x 11” l x 9-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74639 SM (600-800)

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1195

THREE PIECES OF CHINESE EXPORT BLUE CANTON PORCELAIN. Lot includes a 15-3/4” x 13” cut corner platter, and two similar shaped sauce or gravy boats. Having handles a scalloped edges. SIZE: 8’ l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74287 SM (500-700)

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1196

GOOD PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE CANTON GINGER JARS. Complete with their original covers. Mid 19th Century. SIZE: 7” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74279 SM (400-600)

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1197

CHINESE EXPORT BLUE CANTON COVERED ENTRÉE DISH. The oversized, shaped cornered dish has a fitted cover with nut-shaped knop. Mid 19th Century. SIZE: 10-1/4” l x 9-1/4” w . CONDITION: Very good. 9-74327 SM (250-400)

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1198

LOUIS J. FEUCHTER (American, 1885-1957) PORTRAIT OF A GREEN AND WHITE HULL YACHT. Oil on board marine scene of a two-mast schooner rigged yacht having three men aboard in full sail sailing left to right on a green tranquil ocean. A steamship and sailboat are seen off stern and a large two-mast sailboat is seen off port bow. Signed lower left “L. Feuchter 51”. Housed in a fine wide silver gilt wood frame. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIGHT SIZE: 15” x 19”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-29652 MD (1,500-3,000)

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1199

VINCENZO D’ESPOSITO (Malta, ?-1920) PORTRAIT OF A STEAM YACHT. Gouache scene shows a white hulled ship sails right to left under a squall type sky with blue sky opening. The ship has three masts and center stack and is shown in heavy surf. Signed lower left “V. D’Esposito”. SIGHT SIZE: 14-1/2” x 19-1/2”. CONDITION: Under glass, very good. 9-74631 MD (600-800)

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1200

UNSIGNED (19th/20th Century) SHIP PORTRAIT OF THE “BELLANDS”. Oil on canvas portrait of a four-mast sailing vessel sailing right to left with sails up. British flag flies off stern and a blue flag with gold bell flies off center mast. Several people are on deck. Dark greenish/blue to light water. Unsigned. Housed in a gold decorated wood frame. SIZE: 20” x 30”. CONDITION: Craquelure, some inpainting. Very good. 9-73793 (2,000-3,000)

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1201

UNSIGNED (British School, 19th Century) SHIPPING OFF THE ENGLISH COAST. Large oil on canvas nautical scene shows a two-mast sailboat with several people aboard sailing left to right with a similar ship off stern. A rowboat with four figures is seen approaching the boat. A village with castle is seen on edge of land. All under a colorful sky with blues and pinks and billowing clouds. Housed in a period gold gesso decorated frame with minor losses. SIZE: 27” x 36-1/2”. CONDITION: Relined, very good with spot inpainting in sky. 9-74618 SM (1,750-2,250)

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1202

L. F. (Possibly Louis Feuchter) (American, 20th Century) “FOUR MASTED SCHOONER – KEY HIGHWAY”. Oil on board scene shows a large schooner moored next to a steam ferry and two-mast sailboat. A tug is next to the schooner and a small sailboat is next to wood dock. Foreground has green grass with house all under a blue and white cloud sky. Signed lower left “LF”. Housed in a fine gilt replacement frame. Back having a Dematteis Gallery, Annapolis, Maryland label. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. DeMatteis Gallery. SIZE: CONDITION: 9-29657 MD (2,000-4,000)

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1203

UNSIGNED (American School, Early 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF THE SEA CAPTAIN “WALTER MACFARLANE”. Half portrait of a seated gentleman wearing a dark overcoat with large brass buttons. His arm rests on the crest of a Boston/Salem style chair. Typed information on reverse indicates sitter being born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1803 being the United States Consul at Florence, Italy about 1830 and dying in 1833 at Poughkeepsie, New York. Housed in a replacement gilt molded wood frame. SIZE: 29” x 24”. CONDITION: Very good, relined. 9-74598 MD (2,500-4,000)

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1204

FIVE BARREL BRASS TELESCOPE, (Andrew J. Llyod Company, Boston) AND A FOUR BARREL BRASS TELESCOPE. Each being leather wrapped with lens covers. Together with two additional small scopes and a leather carrying case. PROVENANCE: From a private Leominster, MA collector. SIZE: Five barrel is 12-1/2”-38”; four barrel is 7-3/4”-23”. CONDITION: Each in very good condition overall. 9-74976 SM (500-1,000)

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1205

ROUND WALL BAROMETER BY J. LIZARS. Dial marked, also “W. Edinburgh &”. Wood molded back with heavy glass bezel and brass outer ring. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. SIZE: 9” dia. CONDITION: There is an inside chip to the glass bezel, otherwise good. Unknown working order. 9-29708 SM (200-400)

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1206

IVORY INLAID HANGING CANDLE BOX. The dovetailed mahogany box has a sliding lid with inlaid mahogany and ivory star and circle. The box having decorative ivory edge stripping and the back hanging area is inlaid with brass and ivory. Early 20th Century. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 20” h x 6” w x 4-3/4” d. CONDITION: Very good with some age cracks. 9-74009 MD (800-1,200)

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1207

TREEN AND CARVED BONE TABLETOP SMOKING STAND. With three urn-form carved stands centering a bone cigar cutter in the form of a whale, all mounted on a circular carved and molded plinth having a plaque inscribed “W.F. WILLIAMS 1880”. Antique with later scrimshaw work. SIZE: 7” h x 8” dia. CONDITION: Containers missing liners, with old shrinkage cracks, shrinkage crack to plinth, cutter missing a small piece of bone near tail, blade rusted, the whole retaining old surface. 9-74662 SM (800-1,200)

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1208

TWO CARVED WHALEBONE PIE CRIMPERS AND TWO BUSKS. The crimpers with baleen dividers and well defined jagging wheels. PROVENANCE: From a private Leominster, MA collector. SIZE: 6-1/2” – 9”. CONDITION: Damage to tine of tasting fork. Otherwise very good condition. 9-74975 SM (600-1,000)

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1209

CARVED IVORY JAGGING WHEEL. Handle decorated with pierce carved hearts and decorative scrolling. 2-1/4” wheel fastened with metal. SIZE: 7-1/2” l. CONDITION: There are two very old cracks on the top surface of one side. They do not go through and can only been seen on one side. There are repairs and replacements. 9-95332 (500-1,000)

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1210

EARLY AMERICAN PINE SEAMAN’S CHEST IN ORIGINAL OLD PAINT. The rectangular hinged top with applied molded edges joined to the dovetailed conforming case with canted front on a molded plinth all in original grain painted surface. SIZE: 17” h x 38-1/4” w x 17” d. CONDITION: Dark original finish, no repairs or restoration noted. 9-90059 SM (500-800)

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1211

AFTER WILLIAM JOHN HIGGINS (British, 1781-1845) “SOUTH SEA WHALE FISHERY – A BOAT DESTROY’D BY A WOUNDED WHALE”. Engraving by T. Sutherland. Scene shows a whaling boat cut in half by a sperm whale with other boats in the whaling process. A large whaling ship is behind. Wide legend indicating that title and descriptive caption. Published London, January 1, 1825 by W. J. Higgins. Housed in a silver gilt molded wood frame. Appears to be a later reprint. PROVENANCE: Rankin Estate, Annapolis, Maryland. IMAGE SIZE: 13-3/4” x 19-1/2”. SIGHT SIZE: 16-1/4” x 22-1/4”. CONDITION: 9-29698 SM (200-400)

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1212

TWO WHALING PRINTS. Identically housed in black gilt modern frames with ivory mattes. One from the London Magazine titled “The Spermacaeti Whale Brought to Greenland Dock 1762”. The other is from Middleton’s complete System of Geography titled “A View of the Whale-Fishery and the Manner of Killing-Bears Near & on the Coast of Greenland”. SIGHT SIZE: 7-1/2” x 9-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90428 SM (800-1,200)

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1213

TWO FRAMED COLLAGES OF WHALE INDUSTRY RECEIPTS. Both housed in antique birdseye maple frames with gold liners. 1) Twelve receipts which have been mounted to a beige backing paper dating from the middle 19th Century (1836-1861). Most indicate which ship, how many gallons of oil and the date. Most involve Sag Harbor. 2) Eight receipts which are mounted to a beige backing paper of similar nature and dates to the first. SIGHT SIZE: 26-1/4” x 20-1/2”. CONDITION: Generally very good with expected toning to receipts. 9-90090 MD (500-1,000)

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1214

FINE CHINA TRADE LEATHER COVERED BRASS TRIMMED AND STUDDED CAMPHOR SEAMAN’S TRUNK. Of rectangular form with hinged lid and brass carrying handles. SIZE: 17-1/2” h x 36” l x 19” d. CONDITION: Very good, restored and polished. 9-90447 MD (700-1,000)

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1215

FULLY RIGGED CARVED WOODEN MODEL OF THE FRENCH GUNSHIP “INSURGENT”. Depicted with furled sails, the hull of natural varnished planking mounted with 28 brass cannon the fantail highlighted in gold thread and flying a silk flag emblazoned with a fleur-de-lis now mounted in a custom glass case. SIZE: Case is 33-1/2” h x 36” l x 14” w, Model is 29-1/2” h x 35” l x 11-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good overall, with no visible defects. 9-74991 MD (2,000-3,000)

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1216

AMERICAN FOLK ART HALF HULL MODEL OF A FULLY RIGGED SLOOP. Carved in pine, the hull painted grey, and red below the water line, sails carved from the solid mounted to a molded board painted with sky and clouds, the whole bound in manila rope. SIZE: 16-1/4” x 12-3/4” overall. CONDITION: With original surfaces, will clean up nicely. 9-74860 SM (400-600)

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1217

NORTHWEST PERSIAN RUG. The rose red stepped medallion with dense polychrome stylized flower heads and trees centering a medium indigo lesser medallion all within slate gray spandrels with geometric devices. SIZE: 8’ x 5’7”. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-90361 MD (800-1,000)

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1218

MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS, PROBABLY BOSTON. The rectangular top with molded edge above the conforming case fitted with four long graduated drawers on molded base raised on bold bracket feet with scalloped returns centering a medial lobed drop pendant. SIZE: 37-1/4” h x 41” overall w x 21-3/4” d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished, very good overall. 9-90509 MD (2,800-3,400)

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1219

EASTERN CONNECTICUT QUEEN ANNE MAPLE, BIRCH & CHERRY HIGHBOY. The rectangular molded cornice above the conforming case fitted with five graduated thumb-molded long drawers joined to the mid-molded lower case fitted with a single long drawer over two aligned short drawers above the arcaded apron mounted with acorn finials, the whole raised on slender cabriole legs with circular pad feet. SIZE: 68” h x 34” base width x 17” d. CONDITION: Originally painted, now refinished with second period hardware. The upper case drawer liners chestnut, the lower case drawer liners pine, the legs later replacements. 9-90411 MD (1,500-2,500)

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1220

NEW YORK FEDERAL FIGURED MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS. The rectangular top above the conforming case fitted with four reverse graduated figured mahogany veneered drawers; the apron with ebony stringing raised on tapered bracket feet. SIZE: 43-1/2” h x 44-1/3” w x 19-1/2” d. CONDITION: With professional French polish, and replaced hardware. Very good overall appearance. 9-90542 SM (2,500-4,500)

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1221

RHODE ISLAND OR SOUTHERN COASTAL MASSACHUSETTS FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY CARD TABLE. The hinged demilune top above the conforming frieze with central oval inlaid patera raised on square tapered legs with string inlaid outlines and cuffs, the two rear legs hinged. SIZE: 29-3/4” h x 27-3/4” w x 18-12” d. CONDITION: Very good overall, with old surfaces. Some repairs to inlaid stringing. 9-74790 SM (2,000-3,000)

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1222

NEW ENGLAND SHERATON MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE. Rectangular top above conforming frieze fitted with a long drawer raised on swelled cylindrical legs on turnip turned feet. SIZE: 29” h x 31-1/4” w x 15-1/4” d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished, very good overall. 9-90524 SM (500-700)

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1223

AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY ONE DRAWER STAND, PROBABLY NEW YORK. The square top above the conforming frieze fitted with drawer raised on square tapered legs. SIZE: 28” h, 18” x 18” top. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished, no restoration noted, very good overall. 9-90522 SM (800-1,200)

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1224

FINE PAIR OF FEDERAL BELL METAL LEMON-TOP ANDIRONS. Probably Boston, 18th/19th Century. The shafts having a lemon top with mid band, tapering column ending in a square plinth, raised on arch-spurred legs and ending in slipper feet. Complete with their original matching log stops. SIZE: 14-3/4” h x 22-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74269 MD (2,500-3,500)

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1225

FEDERAL AMERICAN BRASS AND WIRE FIRE FENDER. The surround having a wire front with draped decoration and brass D-shaped top. Circa 1800. SIZE: 10-1/2” h x 58” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74301 SM (1,000-1,500)

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1226

GOOD OVERSIZED COPPER TEA KETTLE. The hand-wrought kettle having dovetailed seams and swing bale handle. Mid Atlantic states 18th/19th Century. Removable brass cover with brass knop. SIZE: 8”h (without handle), 13-1/2” (at widest). CONDITION: Some dents, generally very good. 9-74277 MS (300-500)

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1227

CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MANDARIN PART CHAMBER SET INCLUDING LARGE WASHBOWL AND CHAMBER POT WITH COVER. The bowl with flared rim and scrolling burnt orange and cinnabar floral border, with floral and geometric bordered reserves each within a floral scene with fanciful foo dogs and birds. The bowl exterior with burnt orange floral sprays and bats. The chamber pot with similar reserves overall. PROVENANCE: From the Sewall Estate, Bath, Maine. SIZE: 6”h of bowl 17” dia of bowl, 8”h of chamber pot. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-90147 MD (500-700)

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1228

CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE SPITTOON, MID 19TH CENTURY. The rim decorated with bird panels and butterflies, the body with dense clusters of roses, butterflies, birds, and bugs. SIZE: 7-1/4”h, 8” dia. CONDITION: Very good overall, no restorations noted. 9-74256 SM (500-700)

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1229

ROSE MEDALLION COVERED AND HANDLED CHAMBER POT. Decorated with detailed Chinese domestic scenes; enclosures decorated with flowers, birds, fruit and butterflies. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 6-1/4” h x 11-1/4” dia.. CONDITION: Gilding loss and repair to handle, otherwise good. 9-74082 SM (300-500)

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1230

TWO PIECES OF CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN. 1) Unusual Tazza or cake stand on pedestal decorated with panels of figures, birds and flowers. SIZE: 4-1/4” h x 9-1/4” diameter. 2) Lobe-shaped entrée bowl with panels having figures, birds, butterflies and flowers. SIZE: 9-1/2” l x 10-3/4” w. CONDITION: One slight imperfection at lobe of bowl. Very good. 9-74306 SM (500-750)

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1231

LARGE CHINESE EXPORT BLUE FITZHUGH OVAL WARMING TRAY. Second quarter of the 19th Century. Having a flower-decorated outside border and nice color. SIZE: 2-3/4” h x 15-3/4” l x 11” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74347 SM (800-1,200)

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1232

FINE CHINESE EXPORT BLUE FITZHUGH OVAL FOOD WARMER WITH COVER. Dome cover having a fruit shaped knop. Mid 19th Century. SIZE: 13”l x 8-3/4”w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74324 SM (500-750)

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1233

TWO PIECES OF BLUE AND WHITE CHINESE EXPORT. 1) Oval blue Fitzhugh platter. SIZE: 13” l x 10-1/4” w. 2) Fine blue strap-handled mug with scenic decoration. SIZE: 5-1/2”h. Both items second quarter 19th Century. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74249 SM (500-700)

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1234

PAIR OF OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE WINE COOLERS. Circa 1810. The pieces fitted with removable lid rings. Large double handles decorated with scallop shells. Rims gadrooned with scallop shells. SIZE: 9-1/2” h x 9-1/2” at widest. CONDITION: Very good, no monogram or engraving. 9-90050 SM (2,000-3,000)

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1235

PAIR OF REGENCY SHEFFIELD CAMPAGNA-FORM WINE COOLERS, 1ST HALF 19TH CENTURY. Each with liner and flared rim with foliate edge above the concave sides with incised bird emblem, the flared sides with double handles on a stepped circular plinth. SIZE: 10-1/2”h. CONDITION: Very good overall with some wear to plating. 9-74817 MD (2,000-3,000)

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1236

SHEFFIELD MEAT DOME BY WALKER AND HALL, 19TH CENTURY. The oval dome with beaded edge and C-scrolled foliate and beaded detachable handle. SIZE: 11” h x 17-1/2” l. CONDITION: Overall good, no restoration noted. 9-74784 MD (250-450)

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1237

ANTIQUE SHEFFIELD SILVER ADJUSTABLE DISH CROSS. The folding cross-shaped stand has sliding adjustable feet, central decorated hub and shell-decorated feet and dish supports. SIZE: 3-1/2”h x 12” diameter. CONDITION: Very good with silver plate wear. 9-74319 SM (200-400)

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1238

GEORGIAN STYLE FIGURED MAHOGANY LINEN PRESS, CIRCA 1850. The rectangular molded cornice above the conforming upper case fitted with a pair of gothic arched paneled doors opening to the interior of four linen drawers, joined to the lower case having a pair of aligned short drawers over two long drawers all with cock beaded edges raised on shaped bracket feet. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 74” h x 51-1/2” w 23” d. CONDITION: Cornice reduced, slight warping to doors, a restored splice right side facing, new bracket feet, otherwise very good with good color. 9-73985 QP (2,500-4,000)

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1239

FINE REGENCY CARVED SATINWOOD WORK TABLE. The hinged tilting adjustable rectangular top with string inlay, used as a writing slope above the conforming frieze fitted with a lateral slide, the front with a pair of aligned compartmented drawers above a pullout sewing bag covered in pale green silk raised on lyre-formed scrolling supports with reeded rosettes joined to the stepped medial shelf raised on outswept legs with brass capped paw foot casters, the whole with ebony stringing. SIZE: 28-3/4” h x 24-1/2” w x 16” d. CONDITION: With very fine old surface and patina, all legs with professional repairs. 9-90045 SM (2,000-4,000)

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1240

GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY DEMILUNE GAMES TABLE. The string inlaid hinged demilune top above the conforming frieze fitted with a central drawer, the whole with rectangular string inlaid panels above the saw tooth inlaid lower edge raised on four square tapered legs with splayed feet. SIZE: 29” h x 38-3/4” l x 19” d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished and restored with strengthening to front legs. 9-90465 MD (1,200-1,800)

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1241

REGENCY SATINWOOD INLAID TEA CADDY. The rectangular caddy having a hinged top, side basket of fruit brass ring handles, diamond-shaped ivory escutcheon and two oval, inlaid panels, one of oak leaves and acorns, the other of flowers. The interior having two covers, one of which has its original ivory knob. SIZE: 4-3/4” h x 7-3/4” l x 4” d. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-74343 SM (600-800)

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1242

BRASS BALL AND CLAW FOOT ANDIRONS WITH TOOLS AND FENDER. The tall brass andirons with ball top having octagon ring at center, turn shaft with urn formed base and matching log stops. All resting on spurred legs ending on ball and claw feet. The tool set including tongs, shovel, poker and stand. Metal fire fender with spiral turnings and leaf and vine decoration. PROVENANCE: From the Sewall Estate, Bath, Maine. SIZE: Poker: 32” l. Fender: 42” l x 12” d. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-90156 SM (1,000-2,000)

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1243

UNSIGNED (British School, 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM CAREY. Large oil on canvas half portrait of a middle-aged man holding a coronation-type red and gold trimmed robe at chest. Dark background in a slightly side-angled view. The stretcher has an old, torn label “Side of Wm Carey”. Also and old auction description indicating at one time it was sold as a John Singer Sargent. We believe this portrait to be William Carey (August 17, 1761 – June 9, 1834) who was an English Protestant missionary and Baptist minister, known as the “father of modern missions.” Carey was one of the founders of the Baptist Missionary Society. SIZE: 36-1/2” x 28-1/2”. CONDITION: Relined with some surface dirt. Masking varnish, some chipping to top edge and consolidation of varnish good. 9-74555 MD (3,000-5,000)

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1244

BIDJAR RUG, NORTHWEST PERSIA. The angular blue-black medallion within conforming spandrels on a wine red field with dense polychrome vinery within multiple cream and indigo borders. SIZE: 8’10” x 5’7”. CONDITION: Minor wear, overall very good. 9-74449 QP (500-700)

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1245

EARLY WALNUT BIBLE BOX. The box having a hinged, molded-edge cover and side iron lifts. Second half of the 18th century. SIZE: 9” h x 22” l x 14” d. CONDITION: Some cracks, generally very good. 9-74276 SM (500-750)

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1246

EARLY 15TH CENTURY LEATHER BOUND GERMAN BIBLE. Thick German text bible has three sections; first with 382 pages, second with 268 pages and third with 182 pages. There are a number of engravings throughout the book. SIZE: 11-1/4” x 9” x 6” thick. CONDITION: Remarkably good condition considering age, the binding shows some wear and slits. Generally intact. 9-74674 SM (700-1,000)

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1247

WILLIAM RICKARBY MILLER (American 1818-1893) PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN. Small oil on canvas half portrait of a woman in black dress and paisley shawl wearing a white bonnet. Portrait is seen against a darker brown, which is surrounded by light brown. Signed lower left “W. R. Miller 1845” and “Buffalo” on bottom right. Miller worked for a short period of time in Buffalo before going to New York City. Housed in an antique gilt molded wood frame. SIZE: 10” x 8”. CONDITION: Very good. Relined, minor inpainting. 9-90412 MD (4,500-6,500)

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1248

MOSES B. RUSSELL (American, 1809-1884) AFTERNOON RIDE. Oil on canvas copy of a painting by Philip Wovermans. Painting states this on reverse and is signed “MB Russell 1851”. Scene shows several people on horseback in a manicured field outside a large home The home sits in front of a grassy cliff with trees, blue sky and white clouds. Housed in a lemon gold antique frame. Unsigned front. SIZE: 12” x 16”. CONDITION: Some paint consolidation, surface dirt and some minor scuffs. Generally very good. 9-90707 (1,000-1,500)

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1249

PAIR OF AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND POLYCHROME-PAINTED FIGURES IN FORMAL ATTIRE OF MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN AND HIS WIFE. Early 20th Century The female figure attired in a sequined evening gown, pearl necklace and bracelet with long curly brown hair. The male attired in white tie and tails with black hair and moustache, holding a silver-capped walking stick. Both figures carved from the solid with articulated arms; the female with swiveling head. Each mounted on an oval plinth. NOTE: Included in the lot is a comic book showing the character portrayed “Mandrake the Magician”. SIZE: 41” overall h. CONDITION: Female figure structurally very good with minor losses to stage makeup, clothing in fair condition. Male figure also with minor losses to stage makeup, clothing in fair condition, loss of three finger tips to left hand. 9-90601 SM (2,000-3,000)

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1250

OUTSTANDING PAINTED AND CARVED WOOD BLACKAMORE. Fitted as a lamp with partial fixture at top of arm. 52” man with painted yellow robe with green trim holds a small horn above head which holds light fixture. His right hand rests on a C-scroll and all mounted on an eight sided attached 20” base. SIZE: Total 82” h. CONDITION: In wonderful condition having some paint restoration. 9-73528 MD (3,750-4,250)

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1251

OUTSTANDING CUTWORK, WATERCOLOR AND CALLIGRAPHY MEMORIAL BY E. BLACKMAN. Rectangular cutwork picture having a central monument with the following inscription in pen “Stephen Anson. Son of Oliver W. & Lucinda Crocker Born April 29 A.D. 1841 Died June 3 A.D. 1842. This lovely babe so young and fair called home by early doom just came to show how sweet a flower in paradise could bloom”. Beside the monument is a willow tree with bird and standing beside is a woman with blonde hair, blue and red dress holding an anchor. The border with cemetery and gravestones, crosses and brick doorways. Bottom right signed in pen “By E. Blackman”. Housed in an early wood frame in gold and black. SIZE: 13-3/4” x 16”. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-72582 (4,000-6,000)

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1252

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED WOODEN POLYCHROME PAINTED WHIRLIGIG OF A POLICEMAN. Carved from the solid of typical form with paddle arms, having black cap, black moustache and jacket with white belt and buckle and white legs on a later square plinth. PROVENANCE: Estate of David Wise. SIZE: 12-1/4”h x 7-1/2”w. CONDITION: Old surfaces, very weathered with moderate paint loss. Paddles re-mounted, one replaced, fair condition overall. 9-74864 SM (800-1,200)

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1253

EARLY AMERICAN PAINT DECORATED PINE DITTY BOX WITH SLIDING LID. Decorated overall with red-roofed buildings amongst trees on a cream colored ground. Fitted with a sliding lid. PROVENANCE: From a private Leominster, MA collector. SIZE: 4” h x 6-3/4” l x 4-1/4 w. CONDITION: Original painted surfaces showing wear, overall fair to good. 9-74978 SM (800-1,200)

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1254

UNSIGNED (American, Late 18th Century) PAIR OF ANCESTRAL PORTRAITS. Oil on canvas portraits of middle age man and woman. Housed in period ebonized wood frames with gilt liners. The half portraits show a gentleman in a brown coat with gold buttons with hand inside vest. Woman is seen with a double necklace of large pearls in a blue dress with lace edge. She wears a pink rose at top center of dress and she is wearing a bonnet. At one time they were housed with oval liners. Purportedly a merchant and wife from the Newburyport, Massachusetts area. SIZE: 30” x 25”. CONDITION: Relined, stretched on new stretcher but retaining its old stretcher atop. Restored with inpainting. Very good. 9-90602 MD (2,000-4,000)

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1255

UNSIGNED (American mid-19th Century) PORTRAITS OF COLONEL & MRS. FREDERICK BAILEY. Identically housed in their original mahogany veneered frames. Each identically sized oil on canvases and identified on the back of each stretcher in pencil (Mrs. Lusinda Morgan Bailey and Col. Frederick Bailey). The half portraits show a middle age man wearing black coat, white shirt having nice facial features. The woman wearing a black dress with lace collar and large ruffled edge bonnet. SIZE: 28-3/4” x 25”. CONDITION: Some old spot restoration, otherwise very good. 9-90037 MD (1,500-2,500)

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1256

AMERICAN FULL BODIED ZINC AND SHEET METAL RUNNING HORSE WEATHERVANE IN OLD PAINT. S PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). IZE: 14-3/4” x 32”. CONDITION: Vane missing ears, repair to tail at body, bullet hole end of tail, vane reattached to support at rear hoof, old surface with paint losses. 9-90109 SM (2,000-3,000)

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1257

UNUSUAL AMERICAN PEACOCK SHEET METAL WEATHERVANE. In old gray weathered surface, forged and mounted on a sheet metal directional with wrought iron bracket. SIZE: 17-1/4” x 32-3/4”. CONDITION: Weathered surface with rusting, repaired bullet hole below chest, otherwise very good. 9-90363 SM (2,000-2,500)

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1258

UNSIGNED (American, Mid 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN. Oil on bed ticking half portrait of a woman wearing a fancy bonnet, black dress with lace collar. Unsigned. Housed in a walnut Victorian frame with gold liner. SIZE: 30” x 25”. CONDITION: Craquelure, good. 9-74681 (1,400-1,800)

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1259

UNSIGNED (American, Mid 19th Century) FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Oil on canvas half portrait of a man with beaver-lined brown coat having hand tucked into vest. A green drape is seen on left side with brown background. Housed in a bronze colored molded wood frame. PROVENANCE: From the collection of John Kenneth Byard (Connecticut, 1886-1959). SIZE: 34-1/4” x 26-3/4”. CONDITION: Craquelure, masking varnish. Good. 9-90099 MD (2,000-4,000)

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1260

PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT BLANKET CHEST. Original one board applied molded hinged top, dovetailed case with two drawer beneath. Molded base raised on original carved bracket feet. Second half of the 18th Century. SIZE: 21-1/2” h x 52” w x 29” d. CONDITION: Nice clean finish and condition, retains original iron hinges. 9-74266 MD (2,000-3,000)

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1261

NEW YORK HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE. The rectangular top with hinged shaped leaves with ogival corners above the straight frieze fitted with a drawer, the apron with contrasting inlays raised on square tapered legs with double cross banded cuffs. SIZE: 29” h x 19-1/2” w closed x 39” w open x 32” d. CONDITION: Professionally restored and re-polished, with repaired crack left side top hinge line. 9-90460 MD (2,000-3,000)

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1262

AMERICAN CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY AND PAINT DECORATED WORK TABLE, PROBABLY NEW YORK. Designed as a center table, the rectangular top above the figured straight frieze fitted with bolection drawer above a deep bow-front drawer and opposing simulated drawers, the corners fitted with engaged columns decorated with painted and gilt leaftips, the whole joined to an acanthus carved pineapple standard raised on four heavily carved out swept legs, all acanthus carved ending in claw feet raised on casters. SIZE: 31-1/4”h x 21-1/2”w x 18-1/2”d. CONDITION: Very fine condition overall, with seams split on top center, brasses are replacements. Old professional repair on one leg. 9-90727 LG (3,500-4,500)

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1263

FINE CLASSICAL MAHOGANY VENEERED CHEST. Mahogany and crotched mahogany chest having three drawer deck top. Case with a bolection drawer over three recessed drawers flanked by turned columns. Resting on elaborately carved claw feet. Circa 1815-1830. SIZE: 48-1/2” h x 43-1/2” w x 21” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74341 MD (1,000-1,500)

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1264

NEW ENGLAND FEDERAL MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TEA TABLE. The circular top hinged on an urn form and ring turned standard raised on a cabriole leg tripod base terminating in snake feet. SIZE: 30” h x 25” dia. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished old surface, otherwise very good. 9-90515 MD (1,000-1,500)

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1265

AMERICAN SHERATON MAHOGANY CANTERBURY. One drawer Canterbury. First quarter of the 19th Century. SIZE: 22” h x 18” w x 14” d. CONDITION: Very good, professionally restored and refinished. 9-74262 SM (900-1,200)

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1266

FINE EARLY MASON PREMIERE FACTORY HOLLOW BODIED CARVED AND PAINTED MALLARD DRAKE DECOY. The body painted in browns, greens and cream, with glass eyes with very stylized form. SIZE: 18-1/4”l. CONDITION: With nice patina and waxed surfaces, having normal and acceptable paint loss and wear, head has come loose from body and needs re-filling and in painting, very nice overall. 9-74862 SM (400-600)

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1267

CARVED AND PAINTED DECOY OF A CANVASBACK HEN ATTRIBUTED TO BEN SCHMIDT. The head with green beak and dark brown glass eyes above the mottled head and neck, the body with striated and incised feathers in tan paint. SIZE: 18-1/4”l. CONDITION: Good overall with some loss to filler at neck. 9-74863 SM (400-600)

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1268

LOT OF FIVE CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS. 1) By Paul Gibson. This 1940’s duck has brown body, painted eyes, blue and white wings and black bill with lead weight attached to base. SIZE: 7”h x13” l. CONDITION: Generally good. 2) Nicely carved and painted head with glass eyes. Lead weight attached to bottom which has been hollowed out with cover. SIZE: 7”h x 16-1/2”l. CONDITION: Extensive paint loss, cracks. Fair. 3) Black painted duck with brown head. SIZE: 6-1/4” x 16-1/2”l. 4) Wood keel, glass eyes, brown head with black bill. SIZE: 7-1/2”h x 16”l. 5) Repainted black and white duck with brown head. SIZE: 4-3/4”h x 16”l. CONDITION: 3 & 4 are good, 5 has damage to neck, loss to paint. ; 9-73685; 73695;73690 (500-1,000)

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1269

PAIR OF OVERSIZED WOOD DECOYS BY ALVIN HAIGE. The painted and carved decoys from Saginaw Bay, Michigan have brown and black streaked heads with glass eyes and black bills. One in a black body, the other with gray and block body with white wings. Working re-paint, mid 20th Century. SIZE: 20”l and 23”l x 9”w. CONDITION: Some paint use, good. 9-90733 SM (500-800)

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1270

CARVED AND PAINTED DECOY OF A GREATER SNOW GOOSE BY L.T. WARD. Painted in shades of cream, the head with mauve beak and brown glass eyes. The head and neck textured having crossed pin feathers. Marked on the bottom of the base: “Greater snow goose L.T.Ward own personal collection, 1958.” PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 20-3/4”l. CONDITION: With original surface. Carved from the solid, now with shrinkage cracks front to rear along base extending partially up chest and rear, otherwise very good. 9-73972 SM (1,000-2,000)

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1271

CARVED AND PAINTED CANADA GOOSE DECOY BY “L.T. WARD, CHRISFIELD, MD, 1963”. The finely carved and painted decoy with arched neck and black glass eyes, the wings and body in shades of brown, having articulated feathered wing tips and tail. Signed beneath: “The mate to no.1.” also marked: “Branta Canadensis” by “L.T. Ward, Chrisfield, MD, 1963”, also: “Best grade”. Also marked within brackets: Made for Norris E. Pratt’s collection.” PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 19-3/4”l. CONDITION: In very find original condition, paint chip to end of beak, minor shrinkage crack at joint of neck to body. 9-73975 SM (1,000-2,000)

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1272

CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOY, BRANDED HCM. “Ken Harris Decoys Woodville, N.Y.” branded under the base. The black duck with striated coffee colored head and green mottled beak, having brown glass eyes, the feathers detailed with gilt highlights and silvered wing tips. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 15”l. CONDITION: Very good un-retouched surfaces. 7-73971 SM (200-300)

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1273

CARVED AND PAINTED “REDHEAD DRAKE” DECOY BY J.J. WEST. The decoy with terracotta brown head, gray beak, and yellow glass eyes above the body painted with varying tones of gray and black chest with striated tall feathers. Signed in pencil on bottom of decoy “Redhead male made by J.J. West” also signed in script “J.J. West.” PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 14”l. CONDITION: Overall very good original condition, crackling in forehead exposing gesso undercoat, small paint chip in beak. 9-73970 SM (200-400)

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1274

BENJAMIN SCHMIDT PINTAIL DRAKE DECOY. This decoy with brown glass eyes nicely painted with pencil signature on the underside, the penciled initials “SMM” at rear of base. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 17-1/4”l. CONDITION: Original paint with minor scuffing to beak and tail. 9-73973 SM (300-500)

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1275

CARVED AND PAINTED SEAGULL DECOY BY GEORGE V. SOULE, FREEPORT, ME. The carved and painted decoy depicting a common gull with yellow beak, white head, and glass amber eyes. The wing tips black with white striations. Signed on the bottom printed in ink “George V. Soule Staples Pt. Rd. Freeport, ME.” PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 18-1/2”l. CONDITION: A working decoy showing effects of some weathering, with minor paint loss and wear. 9-73974 SM (400-600)

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1276

AFGHAN BOKHARA, AFGHANISTAN. Having four rows of six indigo and madder red gulls on a madder red field within a lattice work and dog tooth border. PROVENANCE: From a fine Waterville, Maine home. SIZE: 9’3” x 8’3”. CONDITION: Fair condition with overall wear. 9-90573 SM (400-600)

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1277

LARGE AND FINE INUIT STONE CARVING OF MOTHER AND CHILD. Depicting an Inuit mother in kneeling position nursing an infant cradled in her arms. SIZE: 21-1/4” h x 14” l x 13-3/4” w. CONDITION: Very good overall with minor surface scratches and small flakes. 9-74519 QP (5,000-7,000)

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1278

ALASKAN INUIT STONE CARVING OF A HAWK ON IT’S PREY. Depicting a hawk with open beak over its dead prey within its talons, carved on a natural stone plinth. The underside marked illegibly, but with paper Canadian Eskimo art label, serial number and “Jack”. PROVENANCE: Fine private Long Island, New York mansion. SIZE: 10-1/4”h x 6”w x 9-1/4”d. CONDITION: With good original surfaces, some minor roughness to wing tips. 9-73966 SM (800-1,200)

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