Annual Winter Antique & Fine Art Auction
Grosses Over $2.8 Million!

Auction: January 31, February 1 & 2, 2008

Preview: January 30, 2008

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1300

CANARY LUSTRE CHILD’S MUG. Small mug having yellow background with pink lustre landscape with building scene. SIZE: 2″ h x 2-1/4″ dia. CONDITION: Hairline to side, otherwise very good. 9-91987 (150-250)

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1301

FINE DIMINUTIVE PAIR OF AMERICAN BRASS BEEHIVE SPADEFOOT ANDIRONS, PROBABLY PENNSYLVANIA. Circa 1790 The turned finial and standard raised on incurved, double arched, outswept legs terminating in molded and pointed splayed feet. SIZE: 11″ h. overall depth 15″. CONDITION: The seamed andirons in very good condition overall. One having an old professional repair to top of leg, otherwise showing normal wear. 9-91732 (400-600)

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1302

PAIR OF AMERICAN BRASS AND IRON KNIFE BLADE ANDIRONS. Circa 1780. Each with an urn formed brass finial on a flattened shaft raised on arched legs with round penny feet. SIZE: Height 21″ Depth 17 1/2″. CONDITION: Very nice overall, with original dogs. 9-91647 (1,000-1,500)

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1303

UNUSUAL PENNSYLVANIA NEEDLEWORK CROSS-STITCHED SAMPLER, 1813. Executed with rows of polychrome petit-point, needlepoint, and cross-stitched letters and numerals, the divided lower half wrought with a series of folk art symbols including birds, stylized trees, deer, and various other devices like those found in Pennsylvania Dutch art. Top line possibly with the name of the maker: MACDALE A KREPIL, the second row with the date 1813, the initials M K found at the center of the bottom. SIZE: Sight: 17″ x 18″. CONDITION: Overall very good, with oxidation losses to some brown stitching, staining to right of center. Mounted in a later frame. 9-91743 (500-1,000)

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1304

NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER SIGNED HANNAH HAYDEN, UNION SCHOOL, TRENTON, MAY 28 1810. Executed in a variety of green, brown, beige, and blue stitchery on a linen ground with lines of alphabet, “Anno Domini 1810”, above a row of unusual slanting waves of stitchery over additional alphabet lines, two in script, and an additional alphabet line of “buttonhole” stitchery. The last line woven in brown reading, “Hannah Hayden Union School Trenton May 28 1810″, the border woven in scrolling berry vinery with perching birds. SIZE: Sight: 15-3/4″ x 16-1/4”. CONDITION: Structurally very good, with overall fading, some staining. Mounted in a later frame. 9-91744 (500-1,000)

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1305

A FINE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE TRANSITIONAL PARCEL-GILT AND CARVED FIGURED MAHOGANY LOOKING GLASS. Third quarter 18th century. The rectangular blued plate within a leaftip gilt slip and molded surround beneath the scrolled crest centering a pierce-carved parcel-gilt displayed phoenix and scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: 40-1/2″ x 22″. CONDITION: Very fine original polished surfaces, cleaned, retaining original mirrorplate and backboard. 9-91719 (500-1,000)

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1306

NICE PENNSYLVANIA BIRCH AND POPLAR PIE SAFE. Circa 1840. The rectangular top above the conforming case, fitted with a pair of paneled cupboard doors above a long drawer; the case and door panels all fitted with punch-decorated tin inserts, the whole raised on square legs. The punch decorations depicting five-pointed stars within rondels within a border of stars and other folk art symbols. SIZE: 55-1/2″ h. x 40-1/2″ w. x 18″ d. CONDITION: Retains old scrubbed surface and expected wear overall. All tin panels intact, center panel left door facing with indentations. 9-91922 (500-700)

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1307

AMERICAN COUNTRY QUEEN ANNE BIRCH AND PINE SIDE CHAIR. Late 18th century. The yoked crest above the vasiform splat joined to the trapezoidal rush seat, the block and baluster-turned legs joined by a double box stretcher raised on Spanish feet. SIZE: 43″ h. of back. CONDITION: Front feet added, rear legs pieced. 9-91907 (500-800)

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1308

MID-ATLANTIC SHERATON CHERRY DROP-LEAF TABLE. Circa 1840. The rectangular top with hinged D-formed leaves projecting above the conforming frieze fitted with drawer raised on ring-turned cylindrical legs with bulbous ringed cuffs on ball feet. SIZE: 28-3/4″ h. x 20-3/4″ w. x 36″ l. CONDITION: Good overall with damages to hinge areas and bleached old surface. 9-91915 (400-600)

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1309

FOUR SIMILAR COMB-BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIRS, A BOW-BACK SIDE CHAIR AND A BIRDCAGE WINDSOR EXAMPLE. Late 18th-early 19th century. All of Pennsylvania region. The comb-backs with arched crest rail and turned-up ears over seven spindles joined to shaped shield and saddle seats. The bow-back chair with shaped saddle seat on splayed, swelled simulated bamboo legs and stretchers. The birdcage Windsor of typical form with scooped elliptical seat and simulated bamboo turnings. SIZE: Largest chair: 37-1/2″ h. of back. CONDITION: Some painted, one stripped, some refinished, all with varying degrees of restoration and repairs. 9-91711 (1,000-2,000)

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1310

A SAROUK RUG. Circa 1940. Red field with overall floral sprays, floral dark blue main border. SIZE: 6 ft 7 in x 4 ft 2 in CONDITION: Slight edge wear, good pile. 9-91930 (1,500-2,500)

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1311

KARADJA RUG. Circa 1930. The brick field with dense polychrome geometric and floral devices centering three medallions, all within a dark indigo “bakshaish” border. SIZE: 6 ft 2 in x 4 ft 4 in. CONDITION: Evenly low pile, shortened at one end. 9-91652 (600-900)

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1312

A COPY OF A TURKOMAN CARPET, POSSIBLY FROM SAMARKAND. 20th century. Dark blue field covered with guls, multiple tiny guard borders and butterfly-design elems. SIZE: 10 ft x 8 ft 3 in. CONDITION: Even wear throughout, small damage to edges, ends unraveling. 9-91659 (600-900)

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1313

TWO SAROUK RUGS, WEST PERSIA. First quarter 20th century. First of typical form with polychrome vinery sprays on a burgundy field within multiple flowerhead borders. Second, a small runner with central burgundy floral medallion emitting floral sprays, the ends with floral-filled urns on a midnight blue field with burgundy and ochre border and guard stripes. SIZE: First: 4ft 11in x 3ft 4in. Second: 5ft 7in x 2ft 5in. CONDITION: First: Missing end stripes, edge wear. Second: Missing end stripes, edge wear, good pile. 9-90941 (500-700)

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1314

ANTIQUE TURNED HEAD DUCK DECOY. Black and white painted decoy has brown glass eyes, turned carved head, oval body. SIZE: 10″ l x 6-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Fair to good with wear to paint, bottom slice off bill, cracks. 9-92007 (500-1,000)

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1315

FOUR CARVED AND PAINTED DECOYS. 1) 6-1/2″ h x 13″ l nicely painted and antiqued hooded merganser by Frank Dobbins – Rubs on head. 2) 6″ h x 12″ l preening small black and white duck on piece of driftwood – Consolidated paint, nice carving. 3) 6″ h x 15″ l black duck decoy with painted head features, lead weight. 4) 13″ h x 22″ l Canada goose branded on bottom “Decoys Limited Clinton, Iowa” – Wear to paint. CONDITION: As noted above 9-92007-1 (400-600)

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1316

FOUR CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS. 1) 6″ h x 13″ l overpainted in black and white with attached glass eyes, slotted head. 2) 6″ h x 12″ l shaped angular head with inset glass eyes, red bill, lead weight attached to base with label on bottom indicating “Merganser working decoy”. 3) 5″ h x 12″ l black with white bill, attached glass eyes. 4) 5″ h x 12″ l black and white with carved eyes. CONDITION: All show wear, newer paint, fair to good. 9-92007-3 (400-800)

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1317

SIX CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS. All unmarked being working decoys. SIZE: Range from 14-1/2″ l to 17″ l. CONDITION: Fair to good. 9-92007-4 (250-400)

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1318

SEVEN PAINTED AND CARVED DUCK DECOYS. One tagged “Black duck hand carved Long Island, NY decoy” having green bill and glass eyes. Another tagged “Canvasback by Pratt Mfg. Co., Circa 1900” with red head and gray body. Another marked “Scaup hollow hand carved by Dipper Ortley, Point Pleasant, NJ” having nicely painted body in good condition. One with reddish body, blue bill, green and white head and wings marked on tag “Burgress Church Island, N.C.”. Other three are unmarked. SIZE: Range from 13-1/2″ l to 15″ l. CONDITION: Alls how paint wear and some painted over chips and losses. 9-92007-5 (500-800)

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1319

THREE MODERN CARVED AND PAINTED DUCKS AND SHOREBIRD. All unmarked. 1) 6″ h x 13″ l brown duck with green paneled wings and bill, amber and white eyes. 2) 6-1/4″ h x 15″ l white body black and blue wing duck with blue bill. 3) 11″ h x 11″ l brown and white shorebird with slightly curved long bill on a wood stand. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92007-2 (300-500)

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1320

PENNSYLVANIA SHERATON PINE DOUGH BIN. Circa 1840. The rectangular planked removable top fitted to the conforming dovetailed case and opening to a storage compartment, the mid-molding above a shaped and scalloped apron raised on swelled ring-turned cylindrical legs on ball feet. SIZE: 28-1/4″ h. x 39-1/2″ l. x 24-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Scrubbed old surface, well worn, with appropriate shrinkage cracks. In need of cleaning and cosmetic restoration. 9-91935 (1,000-1,500)

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1321

PENNSYLVANIA WINDSOR SACK-BACK ARMCHAIR. Late 19th century. The canted bowed crest rail centering seven spindles, the conforming mid-rail continuing to shaped arms with flattened hand holds raised on canted ring-turned supports joined to an unusual molded saddle seat raised on baluster-turned raked legs joined by a swelled H stretcher. SIZE: 38-1/2″ h. of back x 17″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Professionally refinished and restored. 9-91696 (800-1,200)

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1322

PRIMITIVE PENNSYLVANIA QUEEN ANNE WALNUT TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND. Circa 1800. The circular chamfered top hinged on a birdcage support, swiveling an oversized baluster-turned standard raised on an arched tripod base terminating in angular snake feet. SIZE: 31″ h. x 19″ diameter. CONDITION: Table retains original crusty finish with water staining to top, needs cleaning and minor restoration. 9-91900 (800-1,200)

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1323

DIMINUTIVE PENNSYLVANIA QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY-VENEERED WALL MIRROR. Mid-18th century. The shaped and scrolled crest above the molded surround centering the rectangular mirrorplate. SIZE: 22-1/2″ x 11″. CONDITION: With repairs to veneers on crest, with missing veneer, original plate and backboard. 9-91705 (500-700)

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1324

FINE CHIPPENDALE PARCEL-GILT AND CARVED MAHOGANY LOOKING GLASS. Third quarter 18th century. The rectangular plate within a leaftip molded slip and conforming molded surround headed by the scrolled crest with incised parcel-gilt vinery centering a pierced gilt leafy crest above the conforming scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: 32″ x 17-1/2″. PROVENANCE: Herbert Schiffer Antiques, Exton, PA. CONDITION: Nice early polished surface, with repairs to right ear facing and various repairs within cresting, professionally done, retains old mirrorplate and original backboard. 9-91720 (500-1,000)

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1325

FINE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE CENTENNIAL ARCHITECTURAL PINE CORNER CUPBOARD. Circa 1840. The molded stepped cornice with canted corners above the conforming case fitted with a pair of cupboard doors, each with three raised panels flanked by reeded frieze and pilasters centering ring-turned rosettes, above a mid-molding, over a pair of raised panel doors joined to the molded base raised on shaped bracket feet. The interior fitted with fixed shelves. SIZE: 85″ h. x 47-1/2″ w. x 24″ d. CONDITION: Very fine original condition, good old finish with untouched patina. 9-91681 (4,000-6,000)

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1326

EARLY AMERICAN PINE SIX-BOARD BLANKET CHEST. First quarter 19th century. Rectangular lid with applied molding fitted to the conforming dovetailed case on a molded base raised on bracket feet with scalloped returns. SIZE: 23″ h. x 45-1/2″ w. x 18″ d. CONDITION: Nice original condition with good color, repaired split to top at hinges. 9-91742 (400-600)

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1327

SAROUK RUG. Circa 1900. With medium blue stylized “mustafi” design within a meandering floral main border. SIZE: 6 ft 4 in x 4 ft. CONDITION: With good pile, slightly reduced ends, and with one vertical split at corner. 9-91687 (1,000-1,500)

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1328

HERIZ CARPET. Circa 1920. Salmon field with dark blue medallion flanked by light blue spandrels surrounded by a dark blue turtle border. SIZE: 9 ft 10 in x 7 ft 2 in. CONDITION: Missing a little at one end, moth damage along one side and at one end, heavy in one corner, otherwise good pile. 9-91707 (1,000-1,500)

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1329

AFSHAR CARPET. Circa 1930. With parallel columns of diamond medallions in brown, red and blue, within an indigo turret border. SIZE: 6 ft 5 in x 5 ft 3 in. CONDITION: Slight brown oxidation, fairly intact overall. 9-91655 (800-1,200)

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1330

PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE BRASS PETAL-BASE CANDLESTICKS, TOGETHER WITH THREE ADDITIONAL PAIRS OF EARLY CANDLESTICKS. 18th century. The first, each with shaped bobeches on turned fluted standards on petal base. The second, each on square pedestal base with canted corners. The third, each with hexagonal sockets, faceted pedestals on hexagonal stepped base. The last, each with flared sockets on a square pedestal base with inset corners. SIZE: Tallest: 9″ h. Shortest: 6-3/4″ h. CONDITION: All missing push-ups, with varying degrees of wear and soldered repairs. 9-91838 (800-1,200)

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1331

PENNSYLVANIA FEDERAL WIRE FENDER WITH BRASS FINIALS TOGETHER WITH A PAIR OF DOUBLE LEMON TOP BRASS ANDIRONS. The wire fender with scrolling fiddlehead decorations surmounted by two brass urn formed finials. The andirons with double turned lemon tops, each having a reeded, concave mid bands joined to the faceted standard of incised cross-hatched design raised on arched, cabriole spurred legs on ball feet. SIZE: Fender 34″ w. Andirons 18″ h 17″ d. CONDITION: Fender showing considerable use but with no serious breaks or repairs. The andirons of fine quality, no breaks or repairs noted. 9-91825 (400-600)

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1332

PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT WALL BOX. Third quarter 18th century. Of rectangular form, with demilune back for wall attachment, the sloping hinged lid opening to a divided compartment, the rectangular dovetailed case fitted with drawer. SIZE: Height 11″. Width 12″. Depth 8 1/2. CONDITION: With original surface and drawer. The cabinet with considerable corrosion, staining, and some losses to front of box. 9-91909 (800-1,200)

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1333

MISC. GROUP OF PENNSYLVANIA GLAZED REDWARE PLATES. 19th Century. Each of the five shallow bowls or plates, with wavy yellow slip line decoration, some with crimped edges, together with a bowl with cream crackled glaze centered with a polychrome floral spray. SIZE: diameter of smallest 7 1/4 “. Diameter of largest 10 1/4”. CONDITION: All with extensive wear, chips, and loss to decoration and glazing. 9-91828 (800-1,200)

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1334

FINE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE FOUR DOOR STEPBACK WALNUT CUPBOARD. In two parts. The cove molded cornice above the upper case fitted with a pair of raised panel cupboard doors, the stiles with notched and canted edges, stepped back and fitted to the lower case of two aligned short drawers with molded edges above a pair of raised panel cupboard doors, stiles with conforming canted edges. Molded base raised on boldly turned ogee bracket feet with shaped returns. First quarter of the 19th Century. SIZE: 84-1/2” h x 55-1/2” w x 21” d. CONDITION: Very nice original condition, surfaces with old patina, somewhat dry with no visible restoration of any form. Hardware with old replacements. 9-91674 (4,000-6,000)

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1335

PENNSYLVANIA QUEEN ANNE WALNUT DISH-TOP TEA TABLE. Circa 1770. The circular dish-top joined to a birdcage support swiveling on a ring and urn turned standard raised on an arched tripod base terminating in bulbous pad feet. SIZE: 29″ h. x 34-1/2″ diameter. CONDITION: Original finish and surfaces with shrinkage cracks in top and cleat repairs, otherwise good. 9-91642 (3,000-5,000)

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1336

SET OF FIVE PENNSYLVANIA CENTENNIAL CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS. Late 19th century. The set comprising four side chairs and one armchair. The serpentine crest rail flanked by upswept ears joined to the molded stiles centering a pierced interwoven and C-scrolled splat with teardrop elements, joined to the molded trapezoidal seat rail raised on square molded and chamfered frontal legs joined by a recessed box stretcher, the rear legs tenoned and raked. The armchair similarly carved, the serpentine arms continuing to molded grips on incurved supports. SIZE: 38″ h. of back x 17-1/2″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Very nice original clean condition. 9-91916 (1,500-2,500)

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1337

PENNSYLVANIA SHERATON WALNUT DROP-LEAF TABLE. Circa 1840. The rectangular top with D-form leaves above the conforming apron raised on ring-turned cylindrical legs raised on slender accentuated onion feet. SIZE: 30″ h. x 20″ closed w. x 42″ d. CONDITION: Repolished over old surface, showing damages at all six hinges, seam-splits in leaves, veneer losses to apron and restoration to swing legs. 9-91921 (400-600)

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1338

MID ATLANTIC SHERATON FIGURED MAHOGANY TWO-DRAWER WORK TABLE. Circa 1840. Rectangular top with applied molded edges above the conforming case fitted with two figured drawers raised on ring turned sausage legs with ringed cuffs on ball feet. SIZE: 29″ h x 20″ w x 17″ d. CONDITION: Old, dark finish, shrinkage crack right proper side. Otherwise original in need of cleaning. 9-91932 (200-300)

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1339

DIMINUTIVE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY MIRROR. Last quarter 18th century. The arched, shaped and scrolled eared crest above the rectangular mirrorplate within nicely molded surround above the scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: 27″ x 13-1/2″. CONDITION: Very nice overall original condition, with a split repair to arched crest and to lower left ear facing. 9-91668 (400-600)

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1340

NICE CHIPPENDALE TRANSITIONAL CARVED MAHOGANY MIRROR. Third quarter 18th century. The scrolled eared crest with pendant scrolls above the molded surround centering the rectangular plate above the scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: 37-1/4″ x 20″. CONDITION: Repolished with good patina, repairs to lower right outer scroll facing, plate and backboard not original, shrinkage crack at back of cresting. 9-91739 (400-600)

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1341

PENNSYLVANIA COUNTRY SHERATON CHERRY AND SYCAMORE TALL CASE CLOCK. Circa 1850. Back of dial and back of works signed in script. The dovetailed hood with swan’s-neck pediment and brass terminals centering three urn finials, the bonnet with arched door flanked by free-standing columns opening to the tin face marked with Roman numeral, seconds, and calendar chapterings within rose-decorated spandrels surmounted by a rose spray with bird. The brass movement time and strike. The waisted case with paneled door joined to the cove-molded box space, raised on turned turnip feet. SIZE: 95″ h. x 12″ throat w. x 20″ overall w. x 11″ overall d. CONDITION: The case structurally in fine condition, the works in need of cleaning; the face has creasing, denting and paint loss between the 1 and 3 continuing to the proper left upper corner of face. Otherwise paint intact. 9-91661 (1,500-2,000)

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1342

SAROUK ORIENTAL CARPET, CENTRAL PERSIA. Circa 1930. Decorated with dense indigo floral vinery on a plum field within a midnight blue main border of lotus blossoms and palmettes. SIZE: 10 ft 9 in x 8 ft. CONDITION: Showing normal wear with minor unevenness to pile. Colors remain strong. 9-91891 (2,000-3,000)

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1343

KIRMAN ORIENTAL CARPET, SOUTHEAST PERSIA. First third 20th century. Having profuse floral polychrome vinery within the claret field, within an ivory main border of floral vinery and lotus flowers. SIZE: 11 ft 8 in x 8 ft 4 in. CONDITION: Overall very fine with full pile and good color, one one-inch chunk from edge at one corner. 9-91892 (1,500-2,500)

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1344

SHIRVAN PRAYER RUG. Circa 1890. Ivory field with a floral latticework under a blue prayer arch and multiple borders. SIZE: 4 ft 11″ x 4ft 2″. CONDITION: Wear small tears. 9-92146 (600-900)

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1345

KAYSERI MEDITATION CARPET. Circa 1920. White peach and pale green columns fill the field surrounded by an elaborate ivory main border. SIZE: 9 ft 2 in x 6 ft 2 in CONDITION: Uneven staining and wear, ends and edges complete. 9-92158 (600-900)

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1346

AN AMERICAN NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER BY ANN ELLIOTT. Circa 1803. Executed in a variety of green, blue, ochre, and cream stitchery on a linen ground with alphabet rows, a numerical row, and verses of prayer above a pair of floral filled urns centering a girl holding floral bouquet, all within floral latticework. Now mounted in a later frame. SIZE: Sight: 16″ x 16-3/4″. CONDITION: The sampler faded, with moth damages throughout. 9-91745 (500-1,000)

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1347

NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER SIGNED BY ANNA SMEDLEY, 1810. Executed in a variety of green, blue, pink, brown, and mustard stitches on a linen ground with paneled rows of flowerheads, letters, numerals, and the following: Anna Smedley the daughter of George Smedley and Anna his Wife made her Sampler in the 16th year of her age 1810 followed by two rows of random letters of undecipherable meaning. Ends with of the 7th Month 1810 W L within a panel of floral-filled vases and flowers. SIZE: Sight: 16-1/4″ x 13″. CONDITION: Nice overall, structurally sound, stitching faded. Mounted in a later bird’s-eye maple frame. 9-91936 (400-600)

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1348

A PENNSYLVANIA NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, DATED 1782. The sampler wrought with a vertical rectangular center panel within a border of scrolling berry vinery, the upper section rows of alphabet above a section identifying the school and maker, above a panel of verse with the date …14th 1782 the bottom panel with a stylized floral-filled urn. SIZE: 17″ x 8-1/4″ CONDITION: Very poor overall. 9-91741 (300-500)

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1349

ROSEWOOD BANJO BAROMETER BY J.J. LOCKWOOD. Antique barometer having a white enamel dial with signature, original thermometer and other dial. Central mirror. CONDITION: Missing bezel to the main barometer, otherwise good. 9-91660 (500-1,000)

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1350

FULL BODIED PRANCING HORSE WEATHERVANE. Joined to a support rod with bannerette. SIZE: Overall length 23 1/2. Overall height 21 1/2″. CONDITION: The old surface retaining some gilding, multiple dents throughout body with gilding losses,seam splits, etc. In “as-found” condition. 9-91979 (150-250)

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1351

FINE PENNSYLVANIA QUEEN ANNE FIGURED WALNUT CHEST ON FRAME. The molded rectangular cornice above the conforming case fitted with three aligned short drawers over two short drawers over three graduated long drawers. All thumb molded. Fitted to a molded frame with scalloped and undulating apron and raised on cabriole legs with shaped returns terminating in trifid feet. SIZE: H 64”, overall width 40-1/2”, overall depth 23”. CONDITION: Piece has a nice early cleaned surface, brass hardware—probably original, no restorations or alterations noticed beyond some early filling of holes and small splits. Feet are original with repairs to left front and rear leg toes; otherwise, very good with fine-figured graining. 9-91710 (5,000-8,000)

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1352

NICE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT BLANKET CHEST. Second half 18th century. The rectangular hinged top with applied molded edge fitted to the dovetailed case on a molded base raised on dovetailed bracket feet with shaped returns. SIZE: 25″ h. x 42″ l. x 22-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Refinished with repair shrinkage split in lid, missing escutcheon, professional patch left side facing. Retains original bracket feet. 9-91688 (1,000-1,200)

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1353

PENNSYLVANIA QUEEN ANNE WALNUT DISH-TOP CANDLE STAND. Circa mid 18th Century. Circular dish-top joined to a cylindrical standard with suppressed ball, raised on a tripod cabriole leg base ending in ridged pad platform feet. SIZE: H 27”, D 18”. CONDITION: Retains original old surface, the top has two shrinkage cracks with movement, and a circular dark stain. The pedestal and legs have no visible damages or repairs. 9-91653 (500-1,000)

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1354

PAIR OF HEPPLEWHITE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS. Early 19th century. The arched and molded crest rail with angular ears continuing to molded stiles centering the rayed pierced splat, headed by a carved sheaf of wheat and centering a floral rosette joined to a molded trapezoidal seat rail, raised on square tapered fluted legs joined by a recessed box stretcher. SIZE: 37-1/2″ h. of back x 17-1/2″ h. of seat. CONDITION: These very crudely made examples retain their original old surface. The carvings, while not identical, are similar. Some old insect damage to frames. Difficult to determine origin. 9-91906 (800-1,200)

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1355

PHILADELPHIA CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR. Circa 1780. The serpentine crest rail with upturned ears above the pierced splat joined to the trapezoidal molded slip seat rail with arcaded apron raised on frontal cabriole legs with shaped returns terminating in ball and claw feet the cylindrical raked rear legs tenoned. SIZE: 38″ h. of back x 17″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Professionally restored and repolished with repairs to proper right rear leg at rail and repairs to shoe at splat. Otherwise very good condition with nice color with original glue blocks. 9-91917 (800-1,200)

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1355A

PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE TRANSITIONAL WALNUT FOUR-DRAWER CHEST. The rectangular top with applied molded edges above the conforming case fitted with four graduated thumb-molded drawers and original wooden knobs, on the molded base, raised on flared French bracket feet with shaped returns. SIZE: 36” h x 39-1/2” w x 20-1/2” d. CONDITION: Retains old original crusty finish with original knobs and escutcheon missing on top drawer. Bracket feet with old professional repairs. Backboards and molding appear all original. 9-91701 (2,000-3,000)

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1356

RARE ADAMS BLUE SPATTERWARE JUG AND BASIN SET. Mid 19th century. Each with scalloped edge, and the pitcher with ribbed sides, painted overall in blue decorated in a landscape with green, burgandy and cream. SIZE: Overall height 11 1/4″. Diameter of bowl 13″. CONDITION: Both pieces with substantial repairs to spout and rim of bowl, some losses to glazing on bowl edge. 9-91826 (400-800)

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1357

A SMALL COLLECTION OF PENNSYLVANIA SPATTERWARE DINNERWARE. Circa 1840. Including two “peafowl” cups with underbowls a saucer, a blue floral decorated covered teapot and similar sugar bowl with cover, a green and burgundy 9″ plate and a blue spatterware floral decorated 8 1/2″ plate. SIZE: Teapot 6 1/2″ h. Sugarbowl 4 1/2″ h. CONDITION: All with varying amounts of damages, the teapot and sugarbowl with discoloration, the blue plate with glazing loss to petals. 9-91835 (500-800)

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1358

AN ASSORTMENT OF PEARLWARE FLORAL DECORATED TABLEWARES. First half 19th century. Including a covered teapot, two six inch bowls, an eight inch plate and two 3 1/2″ tea bowls with undertrays. SIZE: teapot 5 3/4″ h (see descriptions). CONDITION: In “as-found” condition with glazing loss, chips and cracks. 9-91646 (500-700)

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1359

FINE PENNSYLVANIA BRASS AND WIREWORK FENDER TOGETHER WITH A PAIR OF BRASS BEEHIVE ANDIRONS. First quarter 19th century. The D form wire fender with scrolling decoration surmounted by flattened brass rail headed by three ball finials. The andirons with ball finials above compressed baluster- turned standards above arched double spurred legs on ball feet. SIZE: Fender 48″ w Andirons 16″ h 16″ d CONDITION: Fender has creases in brass rail otherwise good. Andirons with professional braised brass repairs to one. 9-91733 (300-500)

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1360

TWO PENNSYLVANIA FOLK ART FRAMED WATERCOLORS. Mid 19th century. The first watercolor depicting a family encountering a couple on a walk through the park.The second in the manner of a theorem depicting two pairs of birds perched on berry branches. Mounted in a Tramp Art carved frame. SIZE: First sight size 3 1/4″ X 5 3/4″. Second Actual 7 3/4″ X 9 3/4 ” . CONDITION: The park scene in very good condition overall, mounted in a later frame. The watercolor of birds faded, the paper with discoloration. The primitive frame with some minor loss and damage. 9-91847 (300-500)

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1361

LARGE PENNSYLVANIA PINE DRY SINK. Circa 1840. The splashguard with canted corners and conforming shelf above the rectangular case fitted with a recessed well beside a short drawer projecting above a pair of paneled cupboard doors, the case with arched ends. SIZE: 45″ overall h. x 56″ l. x 21-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Retains old original surface showing normal and acceptable wear. 9-91682 (1,000-2,000)

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1362

DELAWARE VALLEY HEPPLEWHITE PINE ONE DRAWER STAND. Circa 1810. The square top with applied molded edge projecting above the conforming frieze fitted with single drawer, raised on square legs. SIZE: 29″ h. x 15″ l. x 15″ d. CONDITION: Old cleaned surface with staining to top, medial shelf absent. 9-91924 (400-600)

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1363

DELAWARE VALLEY CHIPPENDALE STYLE PINE AND BIRCH TALL CHEST. Mid 19th C. Rectangular top with molded edges above the conforming case fitted with two aligned short drawers over four graduated long drawers, all with applied edges and flanked with engaged quarter columns on the molded base raised on bracket feet with sharply scalloped returns. SIZE: 50″ h x overall 43-1/2″ w x 19-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Missing proper right side molding, refinished with replaced hardware. Bracket feet appear original as are the backboards. Overall good condition. 9-91714 (1,000-1,500)

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1364

FINE PENNSYLVANIA FEDERAL CARVED CHERRY AND BIRCH FOUR-POST BEDSTEAD WITH CANOPY. Circa 1820. With ring-turned swelled cylindrical, urn-form, and blocked head posts centering a shaped and stepped panel headboard, the foot posts similarly carved and continuing to swelled cylindrical feet with ringed cuffs. Fitted with the original tester, capped by spire-turned finials. SIZE: 78″ overall h. x 79″ overall l. x 55″ overall w. 72″ interior l. x 48″ interior w. CONDITION: Bed retains good early surface, cleaned, with good color. All rails and connecting structures original. Tester original. The woven tassled canopy accompanies bed. 9-91693 (2,000-3,000)

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1365

MID-ATLANTIC SHERATON PINE TWO-DRAWER SIDE TABLE. Circa 1840. The square tray top with applied molding above the case of two chamfered drawers with original brass knobs raised on cylindrical ring-turned legs on ball feet. SIZE: 30-1/2″ h. x 19″ w. x 18-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Old surface, refinished at early date, originally painted, structurally good. 9-91928 (200-400)

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1366

AMERICAN SACK-BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR, BRANDED “R S MULFORD”, PROBABLY PHILADELPHIA. The bowed crest rail above seven spindles continuing through the mid-rail, the knuckle arms with volute grips above the wide molded and chamfered saddle seat raised on splayed baluster and ring-turned legs joined by a swelled and ring-turned H stretcher. SIZE: 36-1/2″ h. of back x 17-1/2″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Professionally restored and refinished with traces of old paint on underside of seat, seat with repaired splits. 9-91689 (1,000-1,500)

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1367

AMERICAN CONTINUOUS ARM WINDSOR COMB-BACK CHAIR, PROBABLY PENNSYLVANIA. Circa 1780. The shaped crest above five spindles continuing through the bowed rail continuing to knuckle arms on turned supports joined to the oval chamfered saddle seat raised on splayed turned legs joined by a swelled H-form stretcher. SIZE: 48-1/2″ h. of back x 17-1/4″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Chair retains old black paint over original white paint with some filling and minor repairs to seat. Very good overall condition. 9-91694 (2,000-3,000)

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1368

PAIR OF PENNSYLVANIAN PATCHWORK QUILTS. Late 19th century. Variation of floral wreath, each with four rows of five squares centering a floral wreath, the border of C/scrolls, done in shades of pink, green and mustard. SIZE: 7′ x 5’9″. CONDITION: Fair with overall staining. 9-91852 (300-500)

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1369

LOT OF FOUR PENNSYLVANIA QUILTS: STAR OF BETHLEHEM QUILT, TOGETHER WITH A STARFISH QUILT AND A PAIR OF 9-SQUARE QUILTS. All 19th century. Star of Bethlehem: The large central 8-pointed star on an ivory field filled with lesser rose-colored stars. Starfish: In pink and lime green with nine squares, each with a rayed starfish. Pair: Each with seven rows of 12 diamonds with sawtooth border, wrought in lavender and celadon green, the outer border appliqued with a scrolling fern leaf. SIZE: Star of Bethlehem: 7’10” x 7’10”. Starfish: 6′ x 6’2″. Pair: Each 8’1″ x 5’6″. CONDITION: Star of Bethlehem: Good overall with minor staining. Starfish: Good overall with some fraying to edges. Pair: Both showing minor staining and fading. 9-91730 (1,500-2,500)

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1370

CONTINENTAL PAINT-DECORATED PINE TRUNK. First half 19th century. The rectangular hinged top opening to an interior fitted with till, the pine case decorated with brick-red rectangular panels, the corners painted with white daggers on a pale blue field, the trunk painted overall in sky-blue with oxidized red borders and bound with sheet steel bands. The front painted with the owner’s name in script “Eliza Lutz”(?). SIZE: 18″ h. x 47″ w. x 24” d. CONDITION: Retains all original paint surfaces, old shrinkage crack in lid. Retains all original hardware, including lock and key. Bun feet are absent. Painted surfaces all with extensive wear and dryness. 9-91703 (400-600)

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1371

KIRMAN ORIENTAL CARPET, SOUTHEAST PERSIA. First half 20th century. The lobed medallion with polychrome floral sprays centered within a border of floral sprays on a rose pink field within multiple floral polychrome borders. SIZE: 11’11” x 8’9-1/2″. CONDITION: Fair with overall wear, notably at one end of center section. 9-91934 (800-1,200)

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1372

KESHAN CARPET. Circa 1920. The red field with floral filled vases within a dark indigo floral border, dividing stripes in ivory and corner botehs. SIZE: 5 ft 3 in x 3 ft 4 in. CONDITION: With good pile, reduced edges, and shortened ends. 9-92155 (600-900)

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1373

FOUR SAROUK MATS. Circa 1920. The first, soft rust field with open floral sprays surrounded by a medium blue border. The second, a rose field with elaborate tan and blue floral sprays, a simple dark blue floral border. The third, a rose field with predominantly ivory floral sprays. The fourth, brick red field, open floral sprays, a simple medium blue border. SIZE: The first, 4 ft 7 in x 2 ft 3 in. The second, 4 ft x 2 ft 2 in. The third, 2 ft 5 in x 1 ft 10 in. The fourth, 3 ft 11 in x 2 ft. CONDITION: The first, missing at the ends, edge wear, good pile. The second, missing the ends, edge wear. The third, good condition. The fourth, missing at the ends, edge damage, good pile. 9-91664 (500-700)

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1374

TWO DELFT PLATES, AN UNMARKED CHARGER AND A CONTINENTAL FAYENCE COVERED BOX . Third quarter 18th century. The first plate decorated with recumbent deer and butterfly, the second with a floral motif, the charger polychrome decorated with central pinwheel design. The rectangular container decorated with a farmhouse landscape, the ends with sea scrolled polychromed decoration, the corners canted. The sloping top fitted with an egg shaped lid pierced with ventilating holes. SIZE: Diameter of plates 9″. Diameter of charger 14″. Box 5″ h 8 1/2″l 6 3/4″w. CONDITION: Plates and charger with edge chips and glaze losses. The fayence box in very good condition overall with normal glazing and imperfections, lid is chipped. 9-91851 (300-500)

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1375

CONTINENTAL FINE SILK-EMBROIDERED AND PAINTED PICTURE. First quarter 19th century. Wrought in earth tones, the central figure of a young boy in tunic holding a branch as a staff within a stormy landscape, mounted in a period gilt frame with eglomise matte. SIZE: Silk-work, sight: 11-3/4″ x 9-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good overall, the frame with roughness and losses to applied beading and gilding, the eglomise matte with roughness to edges of gilding, small split in silk sky. 9-91685 (500-700)

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1376

NICE CONTINENTAL SILK-EMBROIDERED PICTURE. First quarter 19th century. Depicting a mother and child in period dress strolling through a treed landscape under fair skies. SIZE: Sight: 20-3/4″ x 15-3/4″. CONDITION: Embroidery work in very good condition, the silk deteriorating with splits and tears. Mounted in a frame of the period. 9-91684 (800-1,200)

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1377

EARLY CONTINENTAL TILT TOP PINE AND OAK TAVERN TABLE. Early 18th C, possibly late 17th C. Circular three-board pine top hinged and joined to an oak tripod base. Three rectangular molded legs canted and joined by a flattened T-stretcher. SIZE: 25-1/2″ h x 31-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Table has been stripped with remnants of old blue and white paint and original red washed surface showing beneath the table top. There is considerable amount of old worm damage and all three legs have been pieced. A good early table that has had extremely hard wear and needs further restoration. 9-91678 (800-1,200)

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1378

JACOBEAN OAK JOINT STOOL. Early 19th C. The square top with molded edges and canted corners and an “S-shaped” cut-out above the canted frieze raised on raked baluster- turned legs joined by a rectangular box-stretcher on turned feet. SIZE: 19” h, Top 14” x 14”. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with old surfaces, no visible restorations or repairs; of pinned and doweled construction with minimal worm damage. 9-91683 (1,000-1,500)

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1379

JACOBIAN OAK AND CHESTNUT JOINT STOOL. Early 19th Century, late 18th Century. The square top with canted corners above the sloping frieze raised on raked baluster turned legs joined by a box-stretcher on turned feet. SIZE: H 19-1/4”, top 14-1/2” x 14-1/2”. CONDITION: Oak stool retains its early old surface. Minimal worm damage. The top has an old split that has been repaired and re-glued. Feet appear original and intact; overall very good. 9-91666 (1,000-1,500)

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1380
Revised: 1/16/2008

Printed image in catalog was reversed with lot number 857.

ENGLISH QUEEN ANNE GAMES TABLE. The hinged rectangular top with shaped and scalloped edges opening to a baize lined playing surface fitted with wells for cards and chips above the conforming frieze fitted with central cock-beaded drawer. The whole raised on slender tapering cylindrical legs with shaped returns terminating in pad feet. Second half 18th Century. SIZE: H 28”, W 32”, D 15”. CONDITION: Overall, very fine condition with old re-polished surfaces, old repair to rear leg facing at apron. 9-91905 (800-1,200)

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1381

REGENCY MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE. Circa 1810. The top with molded edges and cut corners centering a displayed needlework under glass, joined to the cylindrical and reeded standard above a downswept tripartate base joined by a triangular stretcher, raised on ball feet. The needlework wrought by Mary Elizabeth Ingleby. SIZE: 27″ h. x 16-1/2″ w. x 15-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Retains old surface with repairs to legs at standard. 9-91649 (1,500-2,500)

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1382

EARLY PRIMITIVE HAMMERED TIN WEDDING MIRROR. ORIGIN AND AGE UNCERTAIN, POSSIBLY SOUTH AMERICAN. With an eglomise border of Decoupage and framed in tin. SIZE: 12″ X 7 1/2″. CONDITION: Fair condition with poor surfaces of tin and damages to glass panel borders. 9-91727 (200-400)

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1383

CHIPPENDALE CARVED FIGURED MAHOGANY AND PARCEL-GILT LOOKING GLASS. Third quarter 18th century. The rectangular plate within a leaftip gilt slip and molded surround beneath the scrolled crest centering a pierce-carved parcel-gilt displayed phoenix and scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: 33-1/2″ x 18″. CONDITION: Nice old surface with good patina, old repairs to scrolled ear lower right facing, crest, phoenix neck, and support. Old plate and backboard probably not original. 9-91913 (800-1,200)

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1384

A FINE CONTINENTAL SILK NEEDLEWORK. First quarter 19th century. The central oval vignette depicting a harvest scene. Showing a woman with sickle, seated on a bundle of wheat beneath a tree conversing with a young man carrying a bundle of wheat with a dog looking on within a farming landscape, all centered by floral garlands and sprays. SIZE: Sight: 21-1/2″ x 17-1/4″. CONDITION: Needlework and stitchery in fine condition overall, with deterioration to painted silk background. Mounted in later frame. 9-91740 (300-500)

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1385

TWO CONTINENTAL NEEDLEWORKS. Late 18th-early 19th century. The first, a continental harbor scene with a walled edifice with flag. Figures on the quay and shoreline, sailing ship in mid-ground. Executed in fine pettit point and mounted in a later frame. The second, a French woven silkwork depicting Virgin Mary with blue robe and halo standing in a treed landscape framed within a floral arch. Surrounded by an inscription “Amour et Reconnaissones Amarie Reine des Anges”. SIZE: Petite point 5-1/2″ X 9 1/4″. Weaving 14 1/2″ X 17 1/4″. CONDITION: The petite point faded and soiled in need of cleaning, structurally sound. The silk needlework with areas of loss along bottom edge and foreground, weaknesses throughout, deterioration evident in verse. Stretched on a cardboard backing. 9-91849 (300-500)

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1386

A PEWTER “GLOCKENKANN” DATED 1775, A TWO HANDLED LOVING CUP, A CAST IRON “PRISMKANN” AND A PHILADELPHIA PEWTER PLATE. 18th and 19th Century. The Glockenkann an 18th century tankard with removable ring handled lid, of cylindrical form with faceted lidded spout, above incised scrolled floral decorations, the side with an applied cartouche inscribed with the initials “HBE” above the date of 1775,possibly Swiss or German. A later two handled loving cup decorated overall with repousse floral decoration on a footed rim.The cast iron “Prismkann” of swelled form marked with a molded cartouche the text indecipherable. We believe this possibly to be a mold for a pewter pot. The pewter plate by the Philadephia pewterer B. Barnes. SIZE: Height of first 12 1/2″. Diameter of plate 11″. CONDITION: The tankard in nice condition overall, ring handle probably reapplied to lid. The loving cup with damages to both handles at body of cup. The cast iron pot a primitive example with rusting on footrim. The plate with two inch repair to hole in center. 9-91842 (250-400)

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1387

A JACOBEAN STYLE CARVED OAK HOURGLASS, AN OVAL BRASS SNUFF BOX PROBABLY DUTCH, AND A SILVERED OVAL SNUFF BOX PROBABLY PERSIAN. The first two 18th century; the third 19th century. The first, an hourglass within a hexagonal frame with spiral twist supports. The second, a brass snuff box lidded, the front decorated with cherubs holding a crown. The third, of oval form with hinged lid decorated with a recumbent lion within a floral-decorated cartouche, the sides with floral repousse. SIZE: First: 9″ h. Second: 4-1/2″ l. Third: 5-1/2″ l. CONDITION: The first, in need of restoration. The second, worn through at the front, seam splits. The third, with expected denting and wear. 9-92000 (300-500)

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1388

SMALL STERLING ENGLISH 18TH CENTURY SALVER BY JOHN CARTER. Shaped edge plate having interspersed five lobe shells on C and S-scrolls. Hallmarks are clear and the plate rests on three small scrolled feet. Center having a family crest with Latin phrase “Dieu Defendit Le Droit”. WEIGHT: 8 tr. oz. SIZE: 1″ h x 7″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91993 (250-400)

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1389

A COLLECTION OF ENGLISH SILVER TABLEWARES. Including a Victorian fish set, a salt and pepper set with caddy possibly German, a scalloped edge footed small bowl, a Birmingham mustard with cobalt liner, a Birmingham coffin silver box, a Victorian silver and bone knife rest, a silver overlay flask monogrammed 1895, two place card holders with hunt scenes, two small ladles, three liquor labels, an Elizabeth Arden silver compact. SIZE: Salt and pepper caddy 5 1/2 ” h 6″l. Casket box 1 1/4 h. 1 1/2″ l 1 1/2″ d. CONDITION: Most overall in good to very good condition. The ladles with wear, the salt and pepper stand with repairs. 9-92008 (300-500)

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1390

FINE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE CARVED WALNUT SLANT-LID DESK- AND SECRETARY-BOOKCASE. Circa 1780. The rectangular Greek key-molded cornice joined to the upper case fitted with a pair of paneled cupboard doors opening to an interior of two shelves fitted to the lower case with hinged sloping lid opening to an interior of pigeonholes and small drawers, over four long graduated drawers, the topmost flanked by lopers on a molded base raised on shaped bracket feet. SIZE: 75″ h. x 36″ case w. x 18″ d. CONDITION: Piece with old original surfaces, backboards, and feet. The brass hardware may be original but re-set. Bookcase top with old patch repairs right side facing. Very good overall condition. 9-91658 (4,000-6,000)

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1391

GOOD PHILADELPHIA TRANSITIONAL QUEEN ANNE WALNUT SIDE CHAIR. Circa 1770. The serpentine crest rail above the shaped and scalloped vasiform splat joined to the trapezoidal molded rail with arcaded apron and slip seat raised on frontal cabriole legs with shaped returns terminating in ball and claw feet, the back legs raked and tenoned. SIZE: 38″ h. of back x 18″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Retains old refinished and restored surfaces, professional repair to crest rail, minor loss to one return, otherwise very good. 9-91676 (2,000-3,000)

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1392

PAIR OF PHILADELPHIA CHIPPENDALE CARVED WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS. Circa 1780. Each with a serpentine crest rail with outscrolled ears above a pierced strapwork splat joined to the trapezoidal slip seat with molded rail raised on frontal square chamfered and molded frontal legs, the rear legs backswept and tenoned. SIZE: Both: 37-1/2″ h. of back x 18″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Overall very nice, professionally polished and restored condition. No breaks or repairs noted. 9-91672 (4,000-6,000)

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1393

FINE PENNSYLVANIA FEDERAL INLAID FIGURED WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS. Circa 1810. The rectangular top with string inlay above the conforming case of four long graduated thumb-molded drawers flanked by engaged string inlaid quarter columns, on a molded base raised on flared French feet with shaped returns. SIZE: 35″ h. x 40″ w. x 21-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Retains old cleaned surface, minor shrinkage crack in top, replaced hardware. 9-91677 (2,000-4,000)

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1394

PENNSYLVANIA WALNUT QUEEN ANNE CANDLE STAND. This circular chamfered top above the baluster turned standard raised on arched cabriole leg tripod base terminating in snake feet with pads. SIZE: H 26”, D 18’1/2”. CONDITION: Table retains old surface. Table top has been repositioned and has had some old seam crack repairs; base and legs in good condition; an old repair to base of standard, and a very old repair to top of foot. Pads original. 9-91965 (300-500)

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1395

DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY SYCAMORE AND WALNUT LIFT-TOP SIDE TABLE. Circa 1830. The square molded tray top projecting above the conforming apron hinged on a lower canted frieze opening to a well and raised on raked cylindrical legs with onion-turned feet. SIZE: H 27”, Width of top 16-1/2”, Depth of top 16”. CONDITION: Table has been re-finished and restored professionally. The hinges have been re-set. The table appears to be in its original form; legs and feet original, very nice color overall. 9-91695 (1,000-1,500)

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1396

A KIRMAN CARPET. Circa 1930. Soft coral field with a deep olive medallion covered overall with a profusion of flowers surrounded by a large companion main border. SIZE: 14 ft 7 in x 10 ft 9 in. CONDITION: Small spots of minor wear, slightly rough along one edge, otherwise generally good condition. 9-91670 (3,000-5,000)

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1397

SHIRVAN RUG. Late 19th century. The dark blue field with parallel rows of multicolored octagons surrounded by an ivory S-border. SIZE: 6 ft 2 in x 3 ft 4 in. CONDITION: Even wear and corrosion throughout, ends largely intact, edges damaged and worn. 9-91698 (500-1,000)

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1398

SHIRVAN RUG. Third quarter 19th century. Ivory field with large-scale torch lattice surrounded by yellow leaf and flower border. SIZE: 3 ft 9 in x 3 ft 2 in. CONDITION: Even wear throughout, missing end guard, rebound edge damage, old darning repairs. 9-92149 (500-700)

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1399

LOT OF THREE ORIENTAL RUGS, KIRMAN, KIRMAN, AND MODERN SENNA. Circa 1900 for the Kirmans, 20th C Senna. SIZE: First Kirman: 6 ft 2 x 4 ft 4 in. Second Kirman: 4 ft 5 in x 2 ft 10 in. Senna: 3 ft 10 in x 2 ft 5 in. CONDITION: The ivory field Kirman with wear. Gold field Kirman in good condition. The Senna as new. 92147 (400-600)

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1400

THREE PAIRS OF CONTINENTAL BRASS CANDLESTICKS. First half 18th century. A collection of nice early candlesticks, the first pair with footed base, the second pair of drum-form pricket sticks, the third pair with cylindrical base, leaftip decorated with flared turned nozzle. SIZE: First: 9-1/2″ h. Second: 9″ overall h. Third: 8-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Overall very good, with soldered repairs and acceptable wear. 9-91840 (600-900)

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1401

TWO PAIR OF BALL TOP BRASS ANDIRONS AND SET OF BRASS TOOLS WITH STAND. Mid 19th century. The first with ball top, faceted standard raised on arched iron legs with flattened feet. The second pair with ball tops on turned standard on arched double spurred legs raised on ball feet. The tools consisting of tongs, poker and shovel with stand all with turned ball finials. SIZE: first 13 1/2″h . second 12 1/2″ h . tool stand 27″ h. CONDITION: Well used, all with denting and some repairs. 9-91978 (200-400)

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1402

AN EARLY TIN PUNCH DECORATED LANTERN, BRASS BARREL STUDENT LAMP,BRASS BASE FOR FLUID LAMP AND A PEG LAMP WITH BRASS CANDLESTICK. 19th Century SIZE: Punch lantern 13 1/2″h. Candle base 6 1/2″h. CONDITION: All with issues.The peg lamp intact with good candlestick. 9-91999 (400-600)

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1403

DELAWARE VALLEY SHERATON BIRD’S-EYE MAPLE PEMBROKE TABLE. Circa 1840. The rectangular figured top with conforming leaves above the rectangular apron fitted with single drawer raised on ring-turned cylindrical legs on bun feet. SIZE: 27-1/2″ h. x 20-3/4″ w. x 41″ l. CONDITION: Retains clean early surface with repairs to seam split in top and repair to lower edge of one leaf. Otherwise very good with strong bird’s-eye graining on top and flame graining on drawer. 9-91902 (600-800)

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1404

RARE AND UNUSUAL TILT-TOP FOLDING TRESTLE TABLE, POSSIBLY PENNSYLVANIA. Early 19th century. The oval plank top joined to and swiveling on the rectangular frame with V-shaped gate on a stepped shoe-foot base. SIZE: 28-1/2″ h. x 58″ l. x 44″ w. CONDITION: This unusual table retains old scrubbed surfaces, showing minor and acceptable seam shrinkage at mortised joints. The support and gate mechanisms are intact and functioning. The shoe-foot trestle base intact with no visible damage or restoration. In nice condition overall. 9-91663 (2,000-3,000)

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1405

DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY WILLIAM AND MARY LADDERBACK ROCKING ARMCHAIR TOGETHER WITH A SIMILAR SIDE CHAIR. The first with four arched slats joined by cylindrical stiles headed by knopped finials, joined to undulating arms with notched cutouts and rounded grips centering the trapezoidal woven seat, raised on cylindrical turned legs joined by a bulbous frontal stretcher raised on applied rockers. The second example with three arched slats and incised onion finials joined to the trapezoidal rush seat raised on cylindrical legs headed by turned rosettes joined by a double box stretcher on tapered feet. SIZE: First: 40″ h. of back. Second: 39″ h. of back. CONDITION: Both chairs with old cleaned surfaces, repairs to second slat of rocker. 9-91736 (400-600)

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1406

EARLY AMERICAN LADDERBACK ARMCHAIR. Early 19th century. The four arched and curved slats joined to turned cylindrical stiles headed by knopped mushroom finials, the oak arms with turned grips, the turned cylindrical legs joined by double box stretcher. SIZE: 47″ h. of back x 18-1/2″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with minor damage to woven seat. 9-91869 (1,000-1,500)

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1407

NICE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT GENTLEMAN’S CHEST. Circa 1780. The rectangular case with cove-molded cornice fitted with a pair of aligned thumbmolded short drawers over three long graduated drawers on a molded base raised on large dovetailed bracket feet with scalloped returns. SIZE: 47″ h. x 41″ overall w. x 22″ d. CONDITION: Retains original old surface, old shrinkage cracks to top and sides, hardware antique but not original to piece, old damages and wear to molded edges of drawers (visible in photo). 9-91929 (800-1,200)

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1408

OVAL MINIATURE ON IVORY OF WOMAN IN BLUE DRESS. Note included indicates that the miniature is Miss Fannie Brown, great aunt of Col. B.S.F. Shore painted by Mrs. Haudgsido. Miniature is housed in an oval brass frame, set into a red leather hinged frame which is as is. SIZE: Miniature is 3″ x 2-1/4″. CONDITION: Miniature is very good, case as is. 9-91845 (300-500)

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1409

WATERCOLORED MINIATURE OF A SOLDIER. Early 19th Century. Half portrait of a soldier in red uniform with blue collar having a tall red hat with center fur band. Housed in a good mahogany veneered frame with gold liner. SIZE: 3-1/2″ x 3″. Total is 6-1/2″ x 6″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91846 (200-400)

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1410

FOUR MINIATURE PORTRAITS. 1) 2″ x 1-3/4″ painting on ivory of a young woman signed “Stieler”. Housed in a small brass frame. 2) 2″ x 1-3/4″ painting on porcelain of a young woman. 3) 1-1/4″ x 1-3/4″ painting on porcelain of a young bride. 4) 2-1/4″ dia. enameled picture of two lovers in a landscape. All but first set with pin backs. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-91956 (200-300)

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1411

LOT OF EIGHT SILHOUETTES. All framed. Four women, George Washington with Peale embossed signature; and three others of men. SIZE: Frames ranging from 6″ h to 12″ h. CONDITION: There is toning, foxing and stains to most, fair to good. 9-91843 (500-1,000)

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1412

FINE SAROUK PRAYER RUG. Circa 1900. The buff field with an ascending floral spray flanked by parallel columns beneath soft rose spandrels, within a dark blue floral main border. SIZE: 6 ft 8 in x 4 ft 3 in. CONDITION: Missing top edge, faint staining upper left spandrel, good pile. 9-91702 (2,000-4,000)

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1413

FOUR ORIENTAL RUGS. 20th century. 1) Karaja with a blue field and red border.2) Hamadan with a light blue field and large Herati design. 3) Blue field with Boteh multiple borders. 4) Hamadan with mottled red field, brown and gray highlights. SIZE: First: 4 ft 2 in x 3 ft 7 in. Second: 5 ft 5 in x 3 ft 7 in. Third: 6 ft 2 in x 4 ft 2 in. Fourth: 5 ft 7 in x 3 ft 4 in. CONDITION: 1) Ear and missing ends. 2) End loss, wear splits. 3) Heavy wear and loss, edge damage. 4) Overall wear, end loss. 9-92148 (400-600)

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1414

THREE ORIENTAL RUGS. Circa 1900. 1) Tekki scatter rug with terracotta field and three rows of gulls surrounded by a simple geometric border and elems at each end. 2) Balouch rug, red field covered with memling gulls surrounded by a brown border. 3) Tekke scatter rug within a pale terracotta field with three rows of gulls. SIZE: 1) 5 ft 2 in x 3 ft 3 in. 2) 5 ft 1 x 3 ft 3 in. 3)3 ft 9 in x 3 ft. CONDITION: 1) Very slight wear, edges replaced, minor end loss. 2) Localized heavy wear, creases, damaged kilim ends, worn edges, heavy glue and patches on back. 3) Even wear, missing at ends, edges worn. 9-92152 (400-600)

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1415

THREE TURKISH RUGS. Circa 1920. The first, a mercerized cotton rug, gold field with a gray medallion, corners and a peach border. The second, a mercerized cotton “yastic” red field with peach medallion and green end panels. The third, a red field with a light blue medallion and half-medallions. SIZE: The first, 5 ft x 3 ft 4 in. The second, 2 ft 10 in x 1 ft 10 in. The third, 2 ft 8 in x 1 ft 5 in. CONDITION: The first, edge wear, slight even wear. The second, good condition. The third, end loss, slight wear. 92153 (400-600)

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1416

SEVEN PAIR OF CONTINENTAL, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BRASS AND SILVER PLATED CANDLESTICKS. 19TH century. SIZE: Tallest 11 1/2″h. Shortest 6″h. CONDITION: Varying degrees of damage and restoration. 9-91725 (2,000-3,000)

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1417

NICE GROUPING OF CHINESE EXPORT AND OTHER ORIENTAL TABLE WEARS. Mid 19th century. A rose medallion sauce pitcher, an export sake ewer, a blue decorated tea bowl, a two handled food bowl, a pair of “sang de boeuf” vases, a canary yellow stem vase, a crackled earthenware vase with blue decoration and yellow enameled rooster. SIZE: height of pitcher 4 “, sake pitcher 4″, overall height of rooster 10 3/4”. CONDITION: The pitcher with rim chips and cracked handle, sake pitcher good, tea bowl with half inch hairline in rim, food bowl missing lid, pair of vases with crackled glaze, canary vase and blue vase with crackled glaze, rooster glued to base otherwise good. 9-91837 (400-600)

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1418

A SMALL COLLECTION OF FIVE SNUFF BOTTLES. Second half 19th century. Two blue and white decorated examples with coral stoppers, a carved ivory example, cloisonne bottle and a cinnabar together with a carved green oriental hardstone bottle of buddha on stand. SIZE: Height of largest 3 1/4″. Height of smallest 2 1/2″. CONDITION: Overall good with expected conditions of wear. 9-91830 (300-500)

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1419

CHINESE EXPORT CANTON SOUP TUREEN. Mid 19th century. Of oval form, with conforming lid and knopped berry finial, the tureen with strapped handles and canted footring. Decorated overall with oriental landscapes. SIZE: Height 8 1/2″. Length 12 1/4. Width 9″. CONDITION: The finial professionally reattached, a hairline crack running laterally through base, otherwise good. 9-91746 (400-600)

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1420

A SELECTION OF CHINESE EXPORT CANTON TABLEWARES INCLUDING A CHESTNUT BASKET. Mid 19th century. The small oval basket with flared rim applied with blue decorated leaf tip handles, the sides reticulated. Seven assorted dishes and small bowl all of typical form with blue and white oriental decoration. SIZE: Basket 3 1/2″ h. 7″ l. Largest plate 9″ d. Smallest plate 5 1/4″ d. CONDITION: All with varying degrees of minor chipping and glaze imperfections. 9-91836 (300-500)

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1421

PENNSYLVANIA SHERATON WALNUT CORNER CUPBOARD. Circa 1830. In one piece, the cove-molded cornice with canted corners joined to the conforming case fitted with a pair of arch-molded cupboard doors opening to three shelves above a small thumbmolded drawer above a pair of paneled cupboard doors opening to a single shelf, on molded feet. The interior in old red paint. SIZE: 78-1/2″ h. x 46″ w. x 22″ d. CONDITION: With original cleaned outer surface, later brass hardware replacements, patch in upper right door facing, strip of molding absent at proper right cornice. Overall very nice condition, small size. 9-91650 (4,000-6,000)

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1422

MID-ATLANTIC HEPPLEWHITE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR. First quarter 20th century. The arched crest rail with carved athemion leaf above the rayed pierced splat joined to the trapezoidal overupholstered seat raised on chamfered square legs joined by recessed box stretchers. SIZE: 37-1/2″ h. of back x 17-1/2″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Dark original finish. Four legs are ended out. Repairs to proper right side stretcher. 9-91920 (800-1,200)

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1423

PHILADELPHIA CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR. Circa 1780. The serpentine crest rail with foliate carved ears joined to the molded styles centering the interwoven pierced and foliate carved splat, joined to the molded trapezoidal seat rail raised on frontal square chamfered legs and backswept tenoned rear legs joined by the recessed box stretcher. SIZE: 38″ h. of back x 17″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Overall very good restored condition with old repolished surface. 9-91673 (1,000-1,500)

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1424

FINE PHILADELPHIA CHIPPENDALE STYLE CENTENNIAL CARVED MAHOGANY LOWBOY. Circa 1870. The rectangular top with gadrooned edge above the conforming case fitted with a long drawer above two short drawers centering a kneehole, the corners with engaged quarter-columns on carved cabriole legs raised on ball and claw feet. SIZE: 33″ h. x 43″ w. x 22″ d. CONDITION: Retains original surface with some losses to veneers and cockbeading. Otherwise very good. 9-91665 (1,500-2,500)

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1425

FINE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS. Circa 1770. The rectangular top with applied molded edge above the conforming case fitted with four long graduated thumbmolded drawers joined to the molded plinth raised on good ogee molded bracket feet retaining original brass hardware. SIZE: 33-1/2″ h. x 37″ case w. x 21″ d. CONDITION: Overall very fine, professionally repolished and restored. 9-91738 (1,000-2,000)

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1426

SHERATON FIGURED MAHOGANY TWO-DRAWER SIDE TABLE. Circa 1830. Thin figured mahogany top above the conforming case fitted with two long drawers with cockbeaded edges, raised on cylindrical ring turned legs terminating in suppressed ball feet. SIZE: 28″ h x 21-1/2″ w x 17″ d. CONDITION: Retains old surfaces with some waterstaining to top, old shrinkage crack repair to top. Legs have repairs and reattachments. 9-91644 (1,000-2,000)

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1427

NICE PENNSYLVANIA QUEEN ANNE FIGURAL WALNUT LOOKING GLASS. Mid-18th century. The two-part rectangular plate, the uppermost beveled, within an ogee molded surround surmounted by an arched, scrolled, eared crest. SIZE: 35″ x 14-1/2″. CONDITION: Nice original surface with good patina, mirrorplates and backboard original, small repairs and re-gluing to pieced surround. 9-91675 (2,000-4,000)

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1428

AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE PARCEL-GILT AND CARVED MAHOGANY LOOKING GLASS. Last quarter 18th century. The rectangular plate within a parcel-gilt and molded surround surmounted by an eared scrollwork crest centering a parcel-gilt displayed phoenix above the conforming scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: 46-1/2″ X 21-3/4″. CONDITION: Nice original surfaces, cleaned, old repair to crest, mirrorplate and backboard original. 9-91643 (800-1,200)

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1429

KESHAN ORIENTAL CARPET, CENTRAL PERSIA. First half 20th century. The central indigo lobed medallion within a rose red field flanked by indigo medallions, and an indigo multiple guard border, the whole profusely decorated with polychrome floral sprays and vinery. SIZE: 13′ x 9’7″. CONDITION: Very good overall with full pile and color. 9-91918 (800-1,200)

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1430

TWO TURKOMAN CHUVALS. Circa 1900. The first, a YOMUD with a brown field and sixteen guls. The second, a SARYK with six “salor” guls. SIZE: The first, 3 ft 5 in x 2 ft 5 in. The second, 4 ft 2 in x 2 ft 5 in. CONDITION: The first, with reduced edges and slight wear. The second, with reduced edges. 92156 (400-600)

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1431

SAROUK RUG. Circa 1920. The red field with chains of stylized indigo vinery within a floral main border. SIZE: 6 ft 10 in x 4 ft 2 in. CONDITION: Has edge wear, missing ends, and areas of low pile. 9-91930-1 (400-600)

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1432

THREE HANDMADE AND INLAID BOXES. First third 20th century. First a square hardwood example, the lid with owl, bird in branch with nest, stork with basket and Native American hunter with bow and arrow, sides decorated with arrows, etc. The second a bench made Pennsylvania blanket chest with ogee feet, the front inlaid with makers initials H.L. dated 1935. The third an Indian teak box with micro-mosaic parquetry inlays. SIZE: first 5″ X 12″ sq. second 4 1/4″ h 8 3/4″ l 4 1/2″ d third 3 1/4″ h 11 1/4″ l 7 3/4″ d CONDITION: Condition of all boxes very good overall with minimal imperfections. 9-91983 (200-400)

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1433

COLLECTION OF PENNSYLVANIAN AND AMERICAN TOLEWARE. Circa 1850. Including five trays of various sizes, a scallop shell bowl, two deep dishes and a lighthouse coffee pot. SIZE: CONDITION: All items in “as-found” condition, all showing varying degrees of damage and wear. Coffee pot missing a leg. 9-91841 (500-800)

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1434

A COLLECTION OF CHALKWARE FIGURES. Mid 19th century. Group includes a large paint decorated hen, a seated King Charles Spaniel, seated cat with pipe, a spill vase with pair of seated dogs, a cocker spaniel and a large hen. SIZE: Largest 15 1/2″ h. CONDITION: All in “as found” condition. 9-91648 (500-1,000)

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1435

TWO AMERICAN SPICE BOXES. Last quarter 19th century. The hanging oak eight drawer spice cabinet stenciled with the names of spices, the second, a tin example fitted with eight drawers with remnants of old green paint. SIZE: Height of first 18″. Height of second 13 1/2″. CONDITION: The first with old crackled surfaces and original stenciling, the second rusted, with one replaced knob. 9-91923 (400-600)

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1436

GROUP OF FIVE ASSOCIATED AMERICAN SACK-BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS. Early 19th century. Of typical form, with paddled arms and oval saddle seats on turned legs joined by H-form and box stretchers. SIZE: Largest: 37″ h. of back. CONDITION: Three with remnants of dried painted surfaces, two refinished, all with some restoration. 9-916549-91699 (800-1,200)

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1437

A FINE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE CARVED WALNUT PEMBROKE TABLE. Circa 1770. The rectangular top with conforming leaves projecting above the molded frieze fitted with drawer raised on molded and chamfered square legs joined by X-form stretcher. SIZE: 29″ h. x 20″ closed w. x 38″ open w. x 34″ d. CONDITION: Professionally refinished and restored with good color and patina, top probably re-set. Original brass hardware. 9-91669 (800-1,200)

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1438

PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT DROP-LEAF TABLE. Circa 1780. The rectangular top with conforming hinged leaves projecting above the conforming molded frieze raised on square chamfered legs and Marlborough feet. SIZE: 29″ h. x 18″ closed w. x 50-1/2″ open w. x 42″ d. CONDITION: Professionally refinished and restored, top re-secured. 9-91671 (1,000-1,500)

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1439

TWO SIMILAR PENNSYLVANIA BOW-BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIRS, ONE BRANDED “AW”. Circa 1800. The first branded example with a balloon-back curved crest rail centering nine simulated bamboo spindles joined to the shaped saddle seat with incised edges raised on simulated swelled cylindrical legs joined by a box stretcher. The second example with a similar molded balloon back centering eight simulated bamboo spindles joined to the shaped saddle seat raised on swelled cylindrical splayed legs joined by a box stretcher. SIZE: 36″ h. of backs x 17″ h. of seats. CONDITION: Both with cleaned old surfaces showing acceptable wear, no restorations noted. 9-91708 (1,000-1,200)

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1441

AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE STYLE CAMELBACK SOFA. First half 20th century. The rectangular upholstered back with arched serpentine crest rail joined to downswept rolled arms on incurved supports raised on four frontal molded square legs and four backswept legs, all joined by H-form stretchers. SIZE: 34-1/2″ h. of back x 78″ approximate overall l. CONDITION: Structurally sound, in need of recovering. 9-91651 (1,000-2,000)

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1442

DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY SHERATON TRANSITIONAL CARVED FIGURED WALNUT SIDEBOARD. Circa 1840. The serpentine splash-guard joined to the rectangular top above the conforming case with paneled sides fitted with a pair of aligned short drawers with wavy molding above a pair of cupboard doors above the molded plinth with shaped apron raised on platform bracket feet. SIZE: 49-1/2″ overall h. x 42-1/2″ working h. x 57″ l. x 19-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Retains old original surface with dark patina, original enameled knobs and escutcheons needs cleaning, repolishing, and cosmetic restoration; crack in door panel, three-inch splinter right front facing at plinth. 9-91919 (800-1,200)

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1443

UNSIGNED (European, 19th/20th Century) TWO LANDSCAPE WORKS. Oil on wood panel scenes: One shows five figures on a path in a midday summer landscape. The other show two figures in an evening wooded landscape. Identically housed in period gesso decorated frames. Each of the wood panels had labels which are missing that were attached with red wax stamps. SIZE: 6-1/2″ x 9-1/2″. PROVENANCE: Jane Stradley Estate, Kemblesville, PA & Princess Anne, MD. CONDITION: As found in Estate, both need cleaning and there are some scrapes. Summer scene has crack in panel. 9-91937 (300-500)

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1444

A CONTINENTAL EGLOMISE PANEL OF WOMAN HOLDING A BLEEDING HEART WITH DAGGER, AN EGLOMISE PANEL OF A FEMALE TITLED “BETCI” AND AN EARLY RELIGIOUS PAINTING ON TIN. 18th and 19th centuries. The first depicting woman with pierced heart and lily stem beneath a floral arch. The second a portrait of a woman with lace collar and blue bow. The third Jesus, Mary and Joseph, haloed beneath a spreadwinged dove. SIZE: The first 10″ x 7″ sight. The second 9 1/2″ X 7″ sight. The third 13 1/4 X 9 1/2″ sight. CONDITION: All in “as-found” condition. 9-91984 (150-250)

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1445

CURRIER & IVES, PUBLISHER (American, 19th Century) “DUTCHMAN & HIRAM WOODRUFF”. Small folio showing a brown horse with rider after a painting by J. Cameron dated 1871. Conningham checklist #1640. Housed in a pine wood frame with white matte. SIZE: SIGHT SIZE: 10-1/2″ x 13-1/2″. CONDITION: Fair to good. One dime size area of lifting print in legend, small water stain at bottom, not examined out of frame. 9-91853 (200-400)

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1446

LOT OF 100+ EARLY ENGRAVINGS. Mostly 18th & 19th Century, taken from books and arranged in folders by artist. Most are French, all are black and white. SIZE: Vary. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-92003 (200-400)

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1447

CHIPPENDALE TIGER MAPLE AND MAPLE CHEST-OF-DRAWERS. The rectangular top above the conforming case fitted with four long graduated thumb-molded drawers on a bracket base with shaped apron. Late 18th Century. SIZE: H 41”, case width 36”, D 18-1/2”. CONDITION: Professionally restored and refinished. Hardware has been replaced. Escutcheons have been replaced. Bracket base with professional minor repairs. Backboards original. 9-91713 (1,000-1,500)

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1448

PENNSYLVANIA SHERATON PAINTED PINE SETTEE. Circa 1830. The triple chairback crest rail with shaped edges, retaining remnants of original paint decoration above four stiles divided by three spindle sections, the shaped arms with scrolled grips centering the shaped and scrolled plank seat raised on eight cylindrical tapered legs joined by a rectangular box stretcher, the whole in dark blue-green original paint highlighted with ochre outlines. SIZE: 35″ h. of back x 59″ overall l. CONDITION: Structurally very good, showing expected wear, painted surfaces original in need of restoration. 9-91662 (1,000-1,500)

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1449

AMERICAN STENCILED AND PAINT-DECORATED ARROW-BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR. Late 19th century. The tablet crest with stenciled foliate cartouche joined to seven bent spindles, the arms with rolled grips centering the shaped plank seat raised on simulated bamboo legs joined by a lozenge-form frontal stretcher. SIZE: 31″ h. of back x 16-3/4″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Very good overall with acceptable wear and paint loss. 9-91927 (400-600)

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1450

MID ATLANTIC HEPPLEWHITE BIRCH BASIN STAND. Mid 19th C. Square top with circular cutout now fitted with a conforming brass handled bowl above the conforming frieze. Raised on square legs joining a medial shelf. Frieze fitted with drawer, continuing on tapered square legs. SIZE: 28-1/2″ h x top 20-1/2″ sq. CONDITION: Probably refinished at some point with now a dry faded finish. Repairs to top and to medial shelf. Shrinkage crack to top and medial shelf. Legs in good condition. 9-91680 (500-700)

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1451

PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE GUMWOOD BLANKET CHEST. Circa 1780. The rectangular hinged lid with applied molding and original wrought-iron hinges fitted to the conforming dovetailed case, having a till within, on a molded base raised on five bracket feet with scalloped returns. SIZE: 23-1/2″ h. x 49-1/2″ w. x 23″ d. CONDITION: With very nice old clean surfaces; hinges and escutcheon appear original. 9-91697 (750-1,000)

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1452

A FINE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE LOOKING GLASS. Mid-18th century. The original rectangular mirror plate within a gilt-molded slip surmounted by scrolled eared crest centering a pierced parcel-gilt leaftip with scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: 31″ x 17″. CONDITION: Nice original condition with old finish, some early and minor repairs to scrollwork. Mirror plate and backboard original. 9-91692 (800-1,200)

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1453

NICE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY MIRROR. Last quarter 18th century. The arched, shaped and scrolled eared crest above the rectangular mirrorplate within nicely molded surround above the scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: 29-1/2″ x 15″. CONDITION: Very fine overall, old surface cleaned and polished, original backboard and mirrorplate. 9-91718 (300-500)

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1454

AFGHAN BOKHARA CARPET, PAKISTAN. Second half 20th century. Of typical form, with five rows of 12 guls joined by linear trelliswork on a deep indigo field with a herati guard border and multiple stripe borders in shades of red, blue and ochre. SIZE: 11’6″ x 8′. CONDITION: Very good overall with full pile. 91729-1 (250-400)

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1455

TWO ORIENTAL RUGS. Circa 1900. The first, Tekke Ensi, red field with torch forms surrounded by a main border with a latticework and “elem” below. The second, a Tekke scatter rug, the field with red and blue bordered rectangles with leaf elems at each end. SIZE: First:4 ft 8 in x 4 ft. Second: 3 ft 9 in x 3 ft 1 in. CONDITION: The first, minor end loss, holes, stains, good pile. The second, with end loss, small holes and damage, good pile. 9-91686 (300-600)

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1456

THREE SHIRVAN RUGS. Circa 1900. 1) With two Lesghi stars on a blue field surrounded by an ivory border. 2) With three disjointed medallions on a blue field surrounded by a brown S-border. 3) With oxidized black field with multicolored octagons. SIZE: 1) 5 ft 1 in x 3 ft 10 in. 2)6 ft 7 in x 4 ft 3 in. 3)4 ft 2 in x 3 ft. CONDITION: 1) Wear, end loss, small hole. 2) Even wear, missing at one end, corner damage and slits. 3) Heavy wear, missing ends, split sides. 9-91704 (300-500)

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1457

LOT OF CARVED NETSUKES AND A DOCTOR’S LADY. First half 20th century. Including a reclining doctor’s lady on a stand, six human figures, two animal figures, a demon ball and two carved stems. SIZE: Length of largest 5 1/2 “. Height of smallest 1 1/4”. CONDITION: All appear in very good condition, minor defects if present not noted. 9-91829 (400-800)

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1458

PAIR OF FRAMED ORIENTAL SCROLLS. Scrolls having women in landscapes with writing on upper right. Housed in bamboo style frames. SIZE: Sight: 42-1/2″ x 12-1/2″. CONDITION: One glass cracked, as found in Estate with wrinkling and some stains. 9-91724 (200-400)

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1459

A PAIR OF CHINESE DECORATED VASES, A PAINTED AND DECORATED BOWL AND A ROSE MEDALLION PLATE. 19th century. Each polychrome decorated vase with painted leaf form panels, each containing a figure alternating with a floral border with pendant necklaces and creaturelike faces, the neck decorated with devices of learning. The earthenware bowl decorated overall in sepia tones of floral sprays, sprigs, and flowerheads and two roosters. The bowl signed on base rim. The single rose medallion plate decorated with a peacock. SIZE: Vases 9 1/2″ h. Bowl 8″ diameter. Plate 9″ diameter. CONDITION: Vases with repairs to both bases. The bowl with spider hairline on bottom and base rim chip. The plate with some glazing loss and rockwork. 9-91985 (150-250)

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1460

AMERICAN BOW-BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR, PROBABLY PENNSYLVANIA. Late 18th century. Having seven spindles within the molded, bowed crestrail joined to the shaped saddle seat raised on splayed baluster-turned legs joined by a swelled and spool-turned H-form stretcher. SIZE: 38″ h. of back x 17-1/4″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Very good old cleaned surface with professional repair to crest rail. 9-91728 (200-400)

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1461

AMERICAN BRACE-BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR IN BLACK PAINT. Circa 1780. The bowed back joined to eight swelled spindles, the pommel joined by two conforming spindles, the shaped and chamfered shield-form seat raised on swelled and turned cylindrical legs, joined by swelled H stretcher. SIZE: 36″ h. of back x 17-1/2″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Retains old black paint, seat altered from commode chair, now solid. 9-91722 (200-400)

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1462

TWO SIMILAR FAN-BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIRS, PROBABLY PENNSYLVANIA/DELAWARE REGION. Late 18th century. Each bowed and arched crest rail with upturned ears above shaped saddle seats raised on swelled, turned legs joined by H-form stretcher. SIZE: Both 36″ h. of back x 16-1/2″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Each stripped of original paint and refinished, with acceptable minor repair and restoration. 9-91712 (400-600)

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1463

FOUR ORIENTAL MATS. Circa 1920. 1) Senna with blue field and three medallions, small ivory border. 2) Dergezine with a pink field with blue and green floral sprays, simple blue floral border. 3) Hamadan mat with cloud bands and red and blue flowers. 4) Kirman mat with blue and green floral sprays on burgundy field. SIZE: 1) 3 ft x 1 ft 11 in. 2) 2 ft 11 in x 2 ft 3 in. 3) 2 ft 11 in x 1 ft 10 in. 4) 2 ft 10 x 1 ft 6 in. CONDITION: 1) Even wear, end loss. 2) Minor end loss, slight wear. 3) End loss, even wear. 4) Evenly worn, missing on ends, damaged edges. 9-92150 (300-500)

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1464

ONE LILLIHAN RUG TOGETHER WITH FIVE ASSORTED SCATTER RUGS. Circa 1920. The Lillihan with red field and multicolored floral sprays, simple dark blue border. SIZE: The largest: 4 ft 5 in x 3 ft 5 in. CONDITION: Good condition. 9-92151 (300-500)

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1465

EARLY FRAMED MAP “NOVUS BRASILIA TYPVS”. The copper plate map having hand coloring. Published by William Bleau, Amsterdam 1645. A rare map of Brazil with inset “Baya de Todos os Sanctos”. SIZE: SIGHT SIZE: 18-1/2″ x 22″. IMAGE SIZE: 14-1/2″ x 19-1/4″. CONDITION: No tears or holes, fold at center, allover foxing, otherwise good. 9-91854 (200-400)

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1466

TWO FRAMED MAPS. 1) Delaware and Maryland, unsigned, probably 19th Century. 2) Virginia and Maryland showing the coastal areas. Unsigned, appears to be 18th Century. Note on the back indicates that this is Herman Moll’s map of Virginia and Maryland, published by the Homann Heirs, Nurnburg 1750. SIZE: 1) Sight: 10-1/2″ x 12-1/2″. 2) 12-1/4″ x 9-1/2″. CONDITION: Virginia map with all over foxing, no tears or rips, some slight stains. 9-91914 (400-600)

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1467

LOT OF SIX FRAMED ANTIQUES MAPS. 1) 17″ x 13-1/2″ map of Little Britain Township by EP Porter. A page from an 1876 atlas. 2) 17″ x 10″ map of the middle states dated 1839 from Mitchells School and Family Geography. 3) 20″ x 14-1/2″ map of Easttown and Tredyffrin Townships including New London, Lewisville and Berwyn showing streets and building with names. 4) 21″ x 23″ map of Chester County, Pennsylvania by H. F. Bridgens. Not dated but 19th Century showing folds and deterioration at folds with all over toning. 5) 19-1/2″ x 27-1/4″ map of Franklin and London Britain. 6) 39″ x 33-1/2″ map of Franklin’s Plat map of Delaware County by the Franklin Survey Company. SIZE: All sizes noted above are sight size. CONDITION: As noted above, otherwise fair to good with visible folds. 9-91723 (200-400)

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1468

J JAMES (American, Mid 20th Century) TALL SHIP. Large oil on canvas nautical scene shows a three-mast British ship sailing left to right towards viewer flying British flags. Signed lower left “J. James”. Housed in a wood frame with inset rope decoration. SIZE: 24″ x 36″. CONDITION: Some chipping in sky, fair to good. 9-91910 (200-400)

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1469

UNSIGNED (American, Early 18th Century) ONCOMING CONSTITUTION. Oil on wood panel marine scene shows the ship Constitution sailing left to right towards viewer leading three other ships. It is shown in full sail flying American flag. Housed in a sailor made wood frame which encompasses varnished snail shells. SIZE: Overall is 21-1/2″ x 31-1/2″. Sight: 16″ x 26-1/2″. CONDITION: Some shells missing and loose, dirty. Good. 9-91716 (250-400)

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1470

PHILADELPHIA CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR. Circa 1780. The shaped crest rail with outswept ears above the upward flaring splat pierced to four ribs joined to the molded trapezoidal seat rail fitted with slip seat, raised on frontal molded and chamfered legs, the rear legs tenoned, joined by a recessed box stretcher. SIZE: 38-1/2″ h. of back x 17″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Retains old clean surface with professional repair to proper left seat rail at stile, ends of four legs patched (suspect chair was converted from invalid chair). 9-91824 (500-800)

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1471

PHILADELPHIA CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR. Circa 1780. The shaped crest rail above the pierced splat with diamond and teardrop elements joined to the molded trapezoidal seat rail raised on square molded frontal legs with pierced returns, the rear legs backswept and tenoned joined by a recessed box stretcher. SIZE: 39-1/2″ h. of back x 17-1/2″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Retains old cleaned surfaces with professional restoration to stretcher. 91672-1 (800-1,200)

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1472

DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY FEDERAL CHERRY TALL CHEST. Circa 1810. The applied molded cornice joined to the rectangular dovetailed case fitted with five graduated long drawers above the molded plinth raised on bracket feet with scalloped returns. SIZE: 48″ h. x 35-3/4″ case w. x 20″ d. CONDITION: Very fine original condition with original brasses, surfaces clean. 9-91700 (1,000-2,000)

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1473

CHIPPENDALE FIGURED MAHOGANY CARD TABLE OF SMALL PROPORTIONS. Circa 1770. The rectangular hinged top with molded edges projecting above the conforming frieze with applied molding raised on square tapered legs. SIZE: 29″ h. x 34″ w. x 17″ d. CONDITION: Professionally repolished and restored with good color. Waviness to top. 9-91709 (1,000-1,500)

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1474

QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY TILT TOP TEA TABLE. Second half of the 18th C. Circular thin top hinged to an urn and ring turned standard raised on tripod shaped and angular cabriole legs terminating in pointed pad feet. SIZE: 28” h x 22” dia. CONDITION: Retains old original surface, repaired crack on seam on top. Top has been reattached to base, repairs on bottom of the standard and on the legs and feet. A nice table with good old color that has had considerable use and wear. 9-91715 (500-1,000)

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1475

SMALL PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY MIRROR. Last quarter 18th century. The arched delicately scrolled crest flanked by conforming ears above the rectangular mirrorplate within a molded surround above the conforming pendant apron. SIZE: 33-1/2″ x 16-1/4″. CONDITION: Very fine overall, all original, with one chip on one ear. 9-91721 (300-500)

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1476

TWO SMALL FIGURED MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE MIRRORS. Third quarter 18th century. Both with an arched, shaped and scrolled eared crest above the rectangular mirrorplate within nicely molded surround above the scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: First: 18-3/4″ x 11″. Second: 19-1/2″ x 11-1/2″. CONDITION: One mirror with old scrubbed surface, scrolled ears absent, pendant apron missing bottom piece, retains original mirrorplate and backboard. The second, with repair to right ear facing, with small scrollwork missing, retains original blued mirrorplate and backboard, old original scrubbed finish. 9-91938 (300-500)

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1477

AMERICAN HANGING HARDWOOD SHAVING MIRROR. Mid-19th century. The rectangular plate within a T-form frame fitted with a storage tray below. SIZE: 16″ x 12″. CONDITION: Old original surface with original plate. 9-91977 (200-300)

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1478

18TH CENTURY TAPESTRY NEEDLEWORK SEAT. Scene showing a bear being attacked by dogs and men on horseback in a winter landscape. Comes attached to a wooden seat. SIZE: 15″ h x 20″ w. CONDITION: Sky has no needlework and there are some losses to bottom but generally good. 9-91848 (200-400)

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1479

A PENNSYLVANIA BLUE-DECORATED SALT GLAZE TWO GALLON CROCK, TOGETHER WITH “OLD SLEEPY EYE” BLUE-DECORATED BOWL. Last quarter 19th century. The first, decorated with floral sprays and incised with the numeral 2. The bowl, with a raised blue decoration of the bust of a Native American chief and opposing blue scroll decoration. SIZE: First: 13″ h. Second: 6-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: The first, with hairline cracks, otherwise good. The second, with wear to glaze on interior and edges. 9-91850 (300-500)

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1480

SELECTION OF STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES AND A TWO HANDLED CUP. Second quarter 19th century. Comprised of a large spill vase with cows, a single cow with chain, a covered bowl simulating eggs in a basket, a covered bowl depicting a chick hatching from it’s egg and a large two handled cup depicting a dog hunting and capturing a quail, a full bodied frog within the cup. SIZE: Vase 12″ h. Basket 8″ l. Cup 5 3/4″h. CONDITION: All with varying degrees of wear and crackle to glazing. The vase with restored base, the cow with no visible damage, the basket of eggs with loss to gilding, no other damages noted. The chick basket with multiple rim chips otherwise good. The cup with overall crackelture and spider crack in bottom, froggy intact. 9-91998 (400-800)

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1481

LOT OF 43-PIECES OF AMERICAN COIN SILVER FLATWARE. Lot includes: Six 5″ early spoons marked “I.D”; 5-1/4″ coffin ended spoon marked “TK”; 9″ spoon marked “RW”; 5-1/2″ tongs marked “SH”; and 34 other various makers. CONDITION: Shows use, dents, poor to very good. 9-91996 (400-800)

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1482

AMERICAN TOLEWARE The scalloped edge with a border of floral sprays and butterflies centering a large floral bouquet in orange, green, yellow and cream surrounded with dragonflies and butterflies. SIZE: 29″ X 21″. CONDITION: Very good overall with original surface. Minor paint losses on rim. Some old repaint. 9-91717 (400-600)

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1483

MID-ATLANTIC SHERATON MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE. Circa 1840. The rectangular top with rounded corners above the conforming apron of two long drawers raised on ring-turned cylindrical legs on ball feet. SIZE: 30″ h. x 22″ w. x 17″ d. CONDITION: Table has been stripped and refinished sometime in the past, at which time it was painted. Otherwise good condition. 9-91897 (400-600)

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1484

AMERICAN SHERATON FIGURED MAHOGANY WASHSTAND. Circa 1840. The three-quarter scalloped splashguard joined to the rectangular top above the conforming frieze fitted with a convex drawer raised on cylindrical supports joined by a medial shelf raised on turned legs with ball feet. SIZE: 36″ h. x 22″ w. x 17-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Retains old surface, good patina, minor veneer losses, repair to back leg. 9-91912 (200-300)

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1485

AMERICAN CLASSICAL SHERATON STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY SOFA. First half 20th century. The barrel-turned, acanthus-carved crest rail above the rectangular back with shaped edges joined to the upholstered scrolled arms with carved cornucopia supports, each fitted with a bolster centering a rectangular cushion on conforming upholstered seat frame. The reeded rail raised on carved winged claw feet. SIZE: 33″ h. x 84″ l. CONDITION: Very nice original condition, the red silk brocade cover intact, some fading and paint splashes on back side of sofa. 9-91899 (1,500-2,500)

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1486

FINE PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT BLANKET CHEST. Second half 18th century. The hinged rectangular lid with molded edge above the conforming dovetailed case, with mid-molding, fitted with two aligned thumbmolded short drawers on the molded base raised on dovetailed bracket feet with deeply scalloped returns. SIZE: 30″ h. x 54″ l. x 24″ d. CONDITION: Nice condition overall with old surface and good color, original hardware and feet. Seam shrinkage crack in lid. 9-91706 (1,000-1,500)

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1487

UNUSUAL DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY CHIPPENDALE FRUITWOOD CHEST OF DRAWERS. Circa 1780. The rectangular top with applied molded edge above the conforming dovetailed case fitted with four long graduated thumb-molded drawers on a molded base raised on dovetailed bracket feet with shaped returns. SIZE: H 35”, Case width 37’1/2”, D 22”. CONDITION: In as found condition. Piece retains old cleaned surfaces, original moldings, the carcass itself original with original backboards and good early feet. Hardware, however, has been replaced. There are old repairs to the drawer edges, and shrinkage cracks in top. This piece has seen a lot of wear and use. Overall, however, it is still considered to be in good condition. 9-91925 (1,000-1,200)

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1488

FOUR SHIRVAN ORIENTAL RUGS. Circa 1900. The first with three medallions on a blue field with stripe border. The second having four medallions on a polychrome ground with ivy leaf border. The third with a green center medallion on a red field within a gold main border. The fourth with latticework design on a brown field within small ivory border. SIZE: The first, 4 ft x 8 in x 3 ft 2 in. The second, 4 ft 6 in x 3 ft 2 in. The third, 4 ft 7 in x 3 ft. The fourth, 6 ft x 3 ft 4 in. CONDITION: The first, even wear and edge loss. The second, heavy wear, end loss, and edge damage. The third, with slight end loss, glued backing, and even wear. The fourth, even wear, major end loss, and holes. 9-92154 (300-500)

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1489

THREE ORIENTAL RUGS. 20th century. The first, a HAMADAN rug, the red field and ivory polled medallion within a polychrome floral border. The second, an AFGHANISTAN rug of Caucasion design, with two medallions on a black field surrounded by a black main border with dense polychrome array of flowers. The third, a MOSUL rug, the blue field with “Herati” design within a red main border with turtle devices. SIZE: The first and second, each 5 ft 7 in x 3 ft 7 in. The third, 6 ft 3 in x 3 ft 7 in. CONDITION: The first, holes, damage to edge and ends. The second, good condition. The third, with even wear, slight edge damage, with a small hole, and ends reasonably intact. 9-921579-91691 (300-500)

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1490

A FETI CHINESE RUG. Circa 1920. The muted mauve field surrounded by a pale celery border covered with subdued traces of faux vinery. SIZE: 11 ft 6 in x 8 ft 11 in. CONDITION: Even wear with intermittent worn spots, ends unraveling, edges frayed. 9-92159 (200-300)

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1491

NICE SELECTION OF ASSORTED CONTINENTAL, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SINGLE CANDLESTICKS. 18th and 19th century. SIZE: tallest 12″h. shortest 6 1/4″h. CONDITION: From fair to very good condition, varying degrees of damage and/or restoration. 9-92005 (500-1,000)

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1492

A NICE SMALL PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE PETAL-FORM TAPER STICKS TOGETHER WITH TWO PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS. 18th and 19th century. The first pair with scalloped petal base, the second pair with flared turned nozzle on a stepped octagonal base, the third pair baluster-turned flared and fluted on a square pedestal base with in curved corners. SIZE: First pair 4 1/2″h. Second pair 5″h. Third pair 6″h. CONDITION: All showing expected normal wear, the last pair with early repair to base. 9-91839 (600-800)

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1493

LOT OF EIGHTEEN PIECES OF GLASSWARE. Lot consists of a set of four 8″ hand blown tall wines with teardrop in stems; Pair of 7-1/2″ similar glasses which are probably later reproductions; Set of six 4-1/4″ cut wines with polished pontils; Four 4″ to 4-1/2″ early wines with round bases, knob stems and three with bevel cuttings and one with tapered bowl; 3″ red and white striped small wine. Along with a 4″ enamel decorated early tumbler. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91997 (400-600)

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1494

LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS SILVER. Included in lot are eleven hallmarked English spoons; Sugar tong by George Smith, 1780, London; 16-pieces of miscellaneous sterling; Unmarked sugar tong; 10 silver plated salt spoons and small pieces. Also included is a 4-1/2″ silver tumbler which appears to be early but has no markings and is dented. SIZE: Vary from 2-1/2″ to 8″. CONDITION: As noted above, all shows use, poor to very good. 9-91996-1 (200-400)

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1495

A CHIPPENDALE STYLE BENCHMADE CARVED MAHOGANY MIRROR. With scrolling crested ears and scrolled pendant apron. SIZE: 34 1/2″ h. 17 1/2″ w. CONDITION: Fair condition with repair to ears, overly refinished, missing gilt decoration on crest. 9-91898 (400-600)

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1496

GEORGE FRANCIS SCHREIBER (French, 1803-1892) PORTRAIT OF A THOROUGHBRED. Watercolor enhanced photograph of a majestic race horse standing on a field with remnants of white snow. Signed lower right and dated “84”. Housed in its original flat oak frame with deep white matte. SIZE: Sight: 12″ x 16″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91679 (150-300)

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1497

MONOGRAMMED R.S. (American, Late 19th Century) TWO DOGS. Oil on canvas scene shows a black and a brown dog lying in short grass. Monogrammed bottom right and dated “95”. Housed in its period gesso decorated gilt frame. SIZE: 12″ x 16″. CONDITION: Small scrape in grass, otherwise very good. 9-91968 (150-250)

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1498

PENNSYLVANIA SHERATON ONE-DRAWER SIDE TABLE. Circa 1830. The rectangular top above the conforming frieze with drawer raised on ring-turned, swelled, cylindrical legs with ring and baluster turned cuffs on ball feet. SIZE: 28-1/4″ h. x 21-3/4″ w. x 17-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Retains original old surface with good patina, small shrinkage crack in top, and old small water stains. Chip to proper right corner of top, otherwise structurally very good, finish in need of cleaning. 9-91931 (200-300)

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1499

REGENCY CROSS-BANDED MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS. The rectangular top with cross-banded edges above the conforming case fitted with a pair of aligned drawers over three long graduated drawers, all with cock beaded edges, raised on flared French feet, centering a shaped apron. Circa 1820. SIZE: H 37”, W 40”, D 18”. CONDITION: Chest retains old dark surface with some damages and roughness to the cross-banding; hardware is 20th Century replacements; feet appear to be original as are backboards. 9-91903 (800-1,200)

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1500

MID-ATLANTIC FEDERAL MAHOGANY TWO-DRAWER SIDE TABLE. Circa 1810. The thin square top above the conforming case of two drawers with original brass knobs raised on square tapered legs. SIZE: 28-1/2″ h. x 15-3/4″ w. x 15-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Retains old surfaces with water stains and cigarette burns on top. No restoration, additional damage, or repairs noted. 9-91911 (400-600)

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1501

HEPPLEWHITE FIGURED MAHOGANY LIFT-TOP SIDE TABLE. Circa 1800. The rectangular hinged top with canted corners above the conforming molded frieze with diamond inlaid escutcheon, raised on square tapered legs. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h. x 20-3/4″ w. x 16-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Retains old re-polished surface, legs re-glued to apron and other minor restoration. 9-91690 (800-1,200)

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1502

PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT BLANKET CHEST. Late 18th century. The rectangular hinged lid with breadboard ends opening to the interior fitted with till, the dovetailed case on a molded base raised on later Ogee bracket feet. SIZE: 23″ h. x 37″ w. x 20″ d. CONDITION: Refinished, repair to rear of lid at hinges, warping to front panel at top, the Ogee feet a later addition. 9-91926 (500-700)

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1503

SET OF SIX PHILADELPHIA CLASSICAL FIGURED MAHOGANY SABRE-LEG CHAIRS. Circa 1830. Each stepped and shaped figured crest rail above an urn-form splat, the stiles continuing to the rails fitted with slip seats, raised on serpentine frontal sabre legs and backswept rear legs. SIZE: 32-1/2″ h. of back x 16″ h. of seat. CONDITION: All with original cleaned surfaces, minor veneer repairs; repairs to rear legs on four chairs. 9-91735 (400-800)

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1504

A SELECTION OF SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATED TABLEWARES. Together with a Georgian cut glass locking decanter with silver metal mounts, a tilting coffeepot on stand with burner, a footed egg caddy, an Adams style classical basket, a wine coaster and a pin tray with a wick trimmer. SIZE: Coffeepot on stand 7 3/4″ h. Decanter 11 3/4″h. CONDITION: All pieces showing varying degree of wear to surfaces. The oval basket with creasing and dents throughout. Otherwise good. 9-91995 (400-600)

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1505

AN ITALIAN MAJOLICA LEAF FORM DISH TOGETHER WITH A MAJOLICA BASKET WEAVE TEAPOT.Late 19th century. The first green with pink edges and brown pierced handle marked “ETRUSCAN MAJOLICA”. The teapot with blue basket weave body and branch for handle. SIZE: Tray 12″l. Teapot 6 1/2″ h X 9 1/4″ l CONDITION: Both cracked and with repairs, loss of glazing. 9-92001 (100-200)

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1506

REGENCY LIGNUM-VITAE WIG STAND. Early 19th century. The turned bowl and base, both from the solid, joined by a baluster-turned standard. SIZE: 26-3/4″ h. x 5″ diameter. CONDITION: Very fine original surface with nice patina. 9-91963 (200-300)

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1507

EARLY AMERICAN HARDWOOD DRYING RACK. Circa 1800. The frame of tenoned construction joined by three rails, raised on arched feet. SIZE: 39-1/2″ h. x 31″ l. CONDITION: Structurally very good, needs refinishing. 9-91966 (150-250)

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1508

GEORGIAN BRACE-BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR. Circa 1790. The scalloped and shaped crest rail with upturned arms joined to raked rectangular flattened stiles centering a conforming vasiform splat flanked by spindles joined to the shaped plank seat raised on raked cylindrical legs joined by a swelled H stretcher. SIZE: 34-1/2″ h. of back x 16″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Good overall with original dark and crackled surface. 9-91964 (200-300)

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1509

A COLLECTION OF SEVEN AMERICAN GLASS FLUID LAMPS. Mid 19th century. Comprising a cobalt blue cut to clear example, two white overlay examples, a bulbous lacy swirled example, an amethyst lamp and a pair of white overlay to emerald lamps. All with brass standards on marble plinths. All electrified. SIZE: Height of tallest 11″. Shortest 7 1/2″. CONDITION: All glass fonts intact. Each lamp retains it’s original color, the bases all in good condition with minor discoloration and minimal chips. All need rewiring and cleaning. 9-91731 (1,000-2,000)

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1510

THREE PAIR MINIATURE DOLLHOUSE CANDLESTICKS. 19th century style. Three pair of miniature brass candlesticks. SIZE: Height of largest 4″, smallest 2 1/2″. CONDITION: Overall good with denting to bobeche of largest pair. 9-92006 (200-400)

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1511

THREE POTTERY PLAQUES. 1) 11-1/2″ h x 8″ w green and yellow glazed oval redware plaque of a relief tree. This is similar to a metal firemark in the same shape and design. Unknown origin. 2 & 3) 8″ x 8″ and 10″ x 7-1/2″ square wood framed plaster modeled snakes, one in the form of a diamond head rattlesnake, the other a copperhead. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91975 (150-250)

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1512

ASTHETIC MOVEMENT FRAMED MIRROR. Wood gesso decorated frame having naturalistic motifs of flowers and berries. Mirror configured with a central round bevel edge mirror with painted leaf sprigs. There are twelve smaller bevel edged mirrors bordering the outside frame. Corners having decorated back cutting of flowers. SIZE: 32″ sq. CONDITION: Generally very good with only minor imperfections. 9-91973 (300-500)

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1513

ANGLO-INDIAN TEAK TRAY TABLE WITH BONE INLAYS. Late 19th century. The rectangular top with gallery edge, profusely inlaid with a floral center medallion within a wide border of scrolling vinery, the gallery with S-scrolled borders within string inlays fitted to the conforming base raised on two-part square chamfered legs joined by rectangular chamfered box stretcher, all with diamond-form inlays. SIZE: 29″ overall h. x 30″ l. x 18″ w. CONDITION: Table designed to be dismantled for transport. Retains early dried surfaces, bone inlays intact, otherwise very good. Retains original faded label. 9-91896 (300-500)

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1514

INDIAN VICTORIAN INLAID TEAK TABLE. Circa 1890. The circular top with chamfered and molded edges, the center inlaid with a rondel of profuse vinery within a conforming inlaid outer border with bone and ebony stringing above the similarly inlaid apron joined to the urn-turned standard raised on a tripod base, inlaid overall with spade-like devices and floral sprigs. The top labeled “Manufactured by Ohri Brothers. Hoshiar_u_.(N.India)”. SIZE: 28-3/4″ h. x 24″ diameter. CONDITION: With dry original surfaces, old shrinkage crack through center of top with old cleat repair; top needs restabilization to standard, some losses to inlays and stringing in top. 9-91895 (300-500)

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1515

LOT OF THREE WOOD NETSUKES AND THREE FACE SASH DECORATIONS. One in double nut form, one with man and bell, another flat with carving on both sides. Three faces, one in red lacquer, one in wood with gaping wide mouth and one in pottery with painted face. SIZE: Range from 1-1/2″ to 2″. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-91192 (400-600)

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1516

PAIR OF COPPER INTAGLIO ROUND PLATES. Interesting copper plates have a central figure of four Roman profiles surrounded by Classical themes including man with four-horse chariot, reclining female, three goddesses, two-horse chariot, man in landscape and more. The other with central theme of two horses with warriors and angel. On top is a god with four-horse chariot surrounded by wrestling men. These may have been used for Jasperware round medallions or something of that nature. Signed at bottom on one in very small letters in which we can not read. SIZE: Total is 6-1/2″. Engraved ares is 5-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91844 (200-400)

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1517

A COLLECTION OF CARVED WOOD POLYCHROME PAINTED FIGURES INCLUDING A CARVED EGYPTIAN FIGURE AND A PAINTED WOOD PANEL. 18 century + or – ???. Including a robed oriental gentleman, a pair of carved oriental mystical figures, a robed monk holding a doll, an Egyptian figure with arms crossed and an early Continental painting on board depicting a religious scene. SIZE: Height of tallest 9″.Shortest 4 3/4″. Painted panel 6 3/4″ X 5 3/4″. CONDITION: All with varying degrees of wear to original surfaces with some minor structural damages and losses. 9-92004 (250-400)

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1518

SMALL COLLECTION OF WALKING STICKS. Second half of 19th century. The first example a carved bone head of a greyhound with glass eye and silver mount. The second an engraved gold toned grip with mother of pearl handle. A carved owl handle with glass eyes and a carved treen handle, together with a small carved dogs head with blue glass eyes sword cane handle. SIZE: Length of greyhound handle 4 1/2″. Length of owl 5 1/4″. Height of dogs head 3″. CONDITION: The two walking sticks in overall good complete condition, the greyhound missing one eye, with small cracks at silver mount. The gold colored handle with wear and denting. The carved owl handle in good overall condition, the treen handle in good overall condition, the dogs head sword cane handle with original surface and nice patina, the blade slightly pitted otherwise good. 9-91827 (500-1,000)

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1519

SHERATON DOLL’S WALNUT DROP-LEAF TABLE. Circa 1840. The rectangular top with hinged demilune leaves above the conforming apron raised on six cylindrical ring-turned legs on ball feet. SIZE: 18″ h. x 15″ closed w. x 24″ d. CONDITION: Very good original finish and patina. 9-91656 (600-800)

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1520

RARE AMERICAN VICTORIAN CHILD’S WALNUT SOFA. Circa 1860. The serpentine molded and scrolled crest rail continuing to downswept arms with molded grips centering the tufted upholstered back and over-upholstered seat raised on molded cabriole legs. SIZE: 51-1/2″ overall l. CONDITION: Very good overall with original finish. 9-91737 (400-600)

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1521

“JEU DE COURS” M.J. & Cie FRANCE. First quarter 20th century. A mechanical horse race game, in original box. The two circular tracks mounted with four gates, operated by a single lever with eight polychrome painted metal horses in total. SIZE: Overall 5″X 10 1/2″ X 10 1/2 “. CONDITION: Still in working condition with losses to paint and wear to velvet cover and box. 9-91976 (200-400)

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1522

FOUR CAST IRON CAP GUNS, A MINIATURE CAP FIRING CANNON, MINIATURE CANNON WITH CAISSON A MINIATURE BRASS FIELD ARTILLERY PIECE AND A CAST IRON EXAMPLE STAMPED “THE AMERICAN BULLDOG BOOTJACK”. Late 19th early 20th century. The first and largest cap gun marked “GIP”, the second stamped “COWBOY” and made in USA, the third modeled after a revolver, the fourth with skeleton handle marked”GOBANG”and stamped “patentd 1878 DEC.”. The cap cannon with spring breech on a wooden mount. The miniature cannon on painted caisson. The brass artillery piece swiveling on a conical brass mount marked in script “Riena Mercedes”. The Bulldog Bootjack a hinged form mold in the shape of a handgun. SIZE: Length of largest 8″, Shortest 3 1/2″. CONDITION: The iron examples with extensive rusting and loss of painted surfaces. Overall in fair to good condition. 9-91980 (200-300)

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1523

CAST IRON MECHANICAL DOG ON TURNTABLE BANK BY JUDD MFG. CO. Copper colored house with porch has dog with tray for coin on turntable that revolves through house depositing coin in bank. SIZE: 5″ h x 4″ w incl crank x 5-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Appears to be complete, good. 9-91834 (300-500)

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1524

TWO CAST IRON SAFE STILL BANKS. 1) 5-3/4″ h x 4-3/4″ w x 4-1/4″ d.bank having a round door with key and combination dial. Door reads “burglar proof house safe”. Recessed swing handle on top with nice decorated panels on all sides. Base marked “Key Combination Safe No. 40 Mfg by the J & E Stevens Co.”. Key retaining an original tag which is as is. 2) 3-1/2″ h x 2-1/2″ w x 2″ d small cast iron safe bank, no name. CONDITION: Shows some loss to finish, structurally good. Key present. 9-91833 (300-500)

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1525

LOT OF THIRTEEN STILL AND MECHANICAL BANKS. Lot includes: Two mechanical Dinah banks by John Harper & Co., both with short sleeves; Jolly High Hat bank by John Harper & Co.; Two carousels; Reindeer on base; Large reindeer; Kitty bank; Puppy dog bank; Refrigerator; Baby on watermelon; and Uncle Sam’s three-coin register bank. SIZE: Range from 2″ h to 10″ h. CONDITION: All intact, varying degrees of repaints, lot sold as is. 9-91832 (500-1,000)

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1526

AN INTERESTING COLLECTION OF SMALL ANIMALS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO A REDWARE BEGGING DOG FIGURINE,A SEATED EARTHENWARE CHARACTER PIG STILL BANK, A CARVED GLASS-EYED BULLDOG INKWELL, A MOLDED RECUMBENT BOXER NODDER, A CARVED WOODEN JOINTED FRENCH POODLE TOY AND TWO SMALL PLUSH MONKEYS AND A RHINOCEROS. Circa 1st quarter 20th century. SIZE: dog 5 1/2″ h. Pig 4 1/2″ h. CONDITION: The dog with repairs to head and chipped base, the pig with losses to snout,hat and ear. The inkwell with losses to ears. The remainder in fair to good overall condition. No specific defect. 9-91986 (300-400)

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1527

LOUIS XV STYLE CARVED PARCEL-GILT WINDOW BENCH. Circa 1890. The padded outscrolled and foliate carved ends centering the tufted seat above the scrolling rail carved with leaf tips, raised on carved cabriole legs ending in scrolled feet. SIZE: 30″ h. x 34″ l. x 15-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Retains original gilding showing wear, a repairable break at upper end of outscrolled side, otherwise very good. 9-91734 (300-500)

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1528

RARE AND EXCEPTIONAL AMERICAN GOTHIC REVIVAL OAK HALL CHAIR OF CARVED OWLS. Circa 1880. The back realistically carved depicting two owls perched on rockwork: one with open glass eyes, the other with closed eyes; joined to the molded trapezoidal seat projecting above the scalloped and incised apron, raised on tapering spiral-twist legs terminating in ball feet. SIZE: 38-1/4″ h. of back x 19″ h. of seat. CONDITION: Original untouched condition with nice patina and good crisp carving. 9-91904 (600-1,000)

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1529

BENCHMADE HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SLANT-LID DESK. First quarter 20th century. The rectangular case with hinged sloping lid opening to an interior of valanced pigeonholes above a stack of drawers centering a prospect door flanked by document doors, above four long graduated drawers raised on flared French feet centering a scrolling apron, the whole with contrasting string inlays. SIZE: 42″ h. x 36″ w. x 19-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Retains old cloudy finish. Repairs to lid and right front foot facing. 9-91908 (1,500-2,500)

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1530

A UNIQUE PATINATED METAL AND GLASS BEADED PEACOCK LAMP TOGETHER WITH A CONTINENTAL MUSHROOM FORM ART GLASS BOUDOIR LAMP. Circa 1st half 20th century. The peacock with arrayed jeweled tail standing on tree stump raised on a stepped plinth. The electric sockets mounted behind the tail. The boudoir lamp with frosted glass shade of mushroom form acid etched with amber colored stylized trees mounted on a patinated metal circular base. SIZE: Peacock 15 1/4″. Boudoir lamp 9 1/2″. CONDITION: The peacock retains original finish with good patina, head has been drilled, the beadwork mostly intact in need of minor reattaching to frame of tail otherwise good. The etched glass shade with base rim chips. The metal base with old surfaces and wear. 9-91831 (400-600)

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1531

TWO SMALL ELEPHANT BRONZES. Last quarter 19th century. Each modeled in lifelike form, the larger with upturned trunk, the smaller defending itself against a tiger. SIZE: Height of first 6 1/2″. Height of second 4 3/4″. CONDITION: Both in as-found condition, the larger with damage beneath proper right front leg, the second with damage to tiger and elephant tails, and loss of tusks. Both retain old original patina. 9-91901 (300-500)

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1532

A SELECTION OF ARTS AND CRAFT ITEMS. First quarter 20th century. A French green frosted art glass perfume, an iridescent pearlized paperweight encircled by a serpent signed “Terry Crider 1980”. A sterling silver canister lid decorated with an enamel fruit tree. A silver vase mounted with four jeweled clusters. A Gorham copper tankard with a metal mounted handle and a beadwork container with hammered brass borders. A Tiffany type gold metal shallow bowl with acid etched finish. SIZE: Perfume 5″h. Paperweight 2 1/2″ h. Sterling lid 5 1/4″ d. Vase 7 3/4″ h. Tankard 6 1.4″h. Bowl 9″ d. CONDITION: Most items with minor issues of condition. Overall this interesting lot is in fairly good condition with no serious defects. 9-91992 (400-800)

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1533

12-PIECES OF SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICAN SILVER. Lot consists of: 8″ dia bowl marked “Heather Mexico V Sterling”; Three 6-1/4″ plates marked “Made in Peru 925″; 8-1/2” plate marked “Sterling Heather Mexico”; 4″ dia bowl marked “Taller Contreras Sterling”; 6″ bowl marked “Sanborns Mexico 925″; 4-1/2” sombrero marked “River Mexico Sterling”; 5″ ashtray marked “GR 925″; 4-1/2” dia. ashtray marked “PG Sterling Mexico”; Two unmarked 4″ coin ashtrays. WEIGHT: Sterling is 56 tr. oz. Coin is 8 tr. oz. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-91991 (200-400)

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1534

LARGE LOT OF STERLING FLATWARE. Lot consists of: 32-pieces by Manchester Silver Co. in the “Manchester” pattern, monogrammed “M”. CONDITION: Knife handles are dented, otherwise shows use, but good. 15-pieces by Towle in the “Contessina” pattern. 7-pieces of Gorham in the “Lyric” pattern; 29 miscellaneous pieces of mixed sterling. Also included are 6 forks which are marked “WR” with double headed eagle and are not being included in the weight. WEIGHT: 106 tr. oz. CONDITION: Shows use, generally good. 9-91726 (800-1,200)

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1535

THREE STERLING TRAYS AND TWO STERLING POTS. 10″ footed salver in Chippendale type pattern by Crighton Bros., hallmarked London, 1914; 6″ salver marked “Sterling” and hallmarked “GH”; 10-3/4″ square tray by Frank W. Smith Silver Co.; 6-3/4″ h footed teapot by Gorham marked “4815 1-1/8 Pint”; 8-1/2″ pot by Lenox Silver marked “940 1-1/2 Pint”. WEIGHT: 68.8 tr oz. including wood handles. CONDITION: 8-1/2″ pot has dimple/dent in body; otherwise very good. 9-91994 (250-400)

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1536

TWO EARLY PADLOCKS. 1) 6″ x 9″ hand forged iron in three parts. Unmarked, probably 18th/19th Century. 2) 4″ x 3″ figural brass padlock marked “Pat patented 1896”. Lion face front, key present. CONDITION: Generally good, iron lock missing key. 9-91988 (150-250)

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1537

A COLLECTION OF IRON ORNAMENTS. Circa 1900. Featuring a cast iron lion head door knocker, a pair of turtle candleholders, a frog doorstop in green paint, a “Naughty Nelly” bootjack, a jointed, paint decorated crab inkwell, an ant paperweight,a dogs head paperweight and a hanging terra cotta dogs head candleholder. SIZE: knocker 11″ l. crab 1 /2″ h. CONDITION: All items retain old original surfaces. Tip of tongue missing on terra cotta dog, pivot rod for door knocker now a spike. 9-92002 (200-400)

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1538

COLLECTION OF FIVE CAST-IRON DOORSTOPS. Fourth quarter 19th century. Including three full bodied dogs, a displayed eagle, and an unusual elephant doorstop.Two dogs having original paint decoration, the third overpainted in gold, the elephant in white paint, the eagle gilded. No markings. SIZE: Height of largest 9″, height of smallest 4 1/2 “. CONDITION: All with original worn surfaces,showing varying degrees of paint loss. All structurally intact. 9-91974 (200-300)

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1539

GROUP OF NATIVE POTTERY AND TEXTILES. Lot includes: 2-1/2″ h x 7-1/2″ dia. Hopi bowl with Kachina face design, Circa 1920-40; 3-1/4′ l ancient pottery lamp which has breaks; 4-1/4″ h handled pottery double mouth vessel; 6″ h redware jar; 2-1/2″ h double jar; 6″ x 6″ Woodlands beaded cloth bag with colorful flowers having some minor bead damage; 9″ x 12″ South American? dyed handbag with geometric designs. CONDITION: As noted above, otherwise good. 9-91989 (200-400)

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1540

SMALL CARTE DE VISITE PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM. Photographs include unsigned Abraham Lincoln; Washington; Washington with Lincoln; Grant; General Sheridan; William Seward; Edwin Stanton; three tintypes, one with swimsuits and four men; other family portraits. SIZE: 5-1/4″ x 4″. CONDITION: Album is in poor condition, pictures are good. 9-91981 (100-200)

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1541

A NICE COLLECTION OF COLDPAINT BRONZE FIGURES AND OTHER CURIOSITIES. Late 19th century. This lot includes an interesting spring paper holder depicting combat between hound and elk. The second a pair of bronze dogs with jackets. The third a pair of lead dacshsunds all cold painted. Together with a figural letter opener marked “JB732”, with a dogs head handle. The last a bronzed paperweight in the form of a snail marked “MWPIE—“. SIZE: First 8 1/2″ l. Height of small dogs 1″ and 1 1/2″. Length of snail 4 1/4”. CONDITION: The first in good condition, minor paint loss, old dirty surface. The four small dogs in structurally good condition but with major losses to paint. The letter opener with old surface and old repair to blade. The snail in very good condition signature illegible, very good overall. 9-91990 (250-400)

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1542

A SMALL SIX TUNE SWISS CYLINDER MUSIC BOX. Circa 1880. The small machine mounted in a grained ,string inlaid, floral decorated cabinet fitted with a single drum of six tunes. The title card affixed to inside of lid. SIZE: Overall height 5″. 14 1/4 l. 7″d. CONDITION: In “as found” condition. In need of complete restoration. 9-91982 (200-250)

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1543

RAPHAEL SENSEMON (American, 1870-1965) THE CASCADING BROOK. Watercolor scene shows a brook running straight through a light woods surrounded by fields. Fall colors are seen under a setting sun. Signed lower left. Housed in its original gilt frame. SIZE: Sight: 19-1/2″ x 29-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91645 (200-400)

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1544

DUBOIS (Mid 20th Century) CHAMPE DE ELYSEES. Oil on canvas scene shows a wide street in a busy Paris scene with people, businesses and cars under a sunset sky. Signed lower right “Dubois”. Housed in a simple wood frame. SIZE: 20″ x 28″. CONDITION: Some thin canvas areas with one very small holes. 9-91855 (300-500)

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1545

EARLY OVAL MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. Washington like figure in chest high portrait wears a blue coat and white collar. Man having white hair and blush cheeks. Housed in a pink gold pinch back frame with solid back. Appears to be early 19th or late 18th Century and on ivory. SIZE: 1-1/2″ x 1-1/4″. CONDITION: Replaced plastic front, frame with some damage. Good. 9-91958 (250-400)

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1546

14K GOLD OPEN FACE HOWARD POCKET WATCH. White enamel dial marked “Howard” having a separate second hand dial. Case marked “Howard 14k 118540”. Inner lid marked “E Howard Watch Co. Boston” with an engraved name “J.B. Lodge”. Movement marked “23 jewels E. Howard Watch Co.” SN 1113903, Circa 1912-1915, Series 0. Two gold filled watch chains accompany watch. SIZE: CONDITION: Very good, ticks when wound. 9-91951 (500-800)

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1547

8K GOLD AMERICAN WALTHAM HUNTER CASE POCKET WATCH. Case hallmarked with a lion, the works marked “PS Bartlett Waltham, Mass.” SN 1414946. Dial marked “AW & Co. Waltham”, 1879-1880. CONDITION: Wear to outside case, missing bezel, unknown working order. 9-91952 (250-400)

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1548

14K GOLD OPEN FACE ELGIN POCKET WATCH. Enamel dial having decorative gold highlights, separate second hand and fancy hands. Marked “Elgin Natl. Watch Co.”. Case marked 14k. Works marked “Elgin Natl Watch Co.” SN 4861311, 1892-1893. Along with a 16″ gold filled chain. CONDITION: Good, ticks when wound for a short period. 9-91953 (250-400)

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1549

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM ART DECO BROOCH. A fancy art deco period platinum brooch/pendant having a center .30ct diamond (SI1,G). The brooch having a total diamond weight of 1.5cts ranging from VS2 to I1 and color G-I. Total weight 16.7dwt. No maker’s mark. The pin is stamped “14k” but the rest of the brooch is platinum. GIA appraisal accompanies piece. SIZE: 3/4″ h x 2″ l. CONDITION: Three diamonds are chipped, otherwise very good. 9-91949 (1,000-2,000)

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1550

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM CIRCLE BROOCH AND ANOTHER. Platinum circle motif brooch accented with bead mounted diamonds. Thirty full cut diamonds, with a total weight of 1.5cts (VS1, G-I). Piece is unmarked but testing platinum. Along with a filigree designed circle pin with bow with small diamond in bow. Unmarked. GIA appraisal accompanies platinum brooch. SIZE: Brooch is 1″ dia. CONDITION: Brooches diamonds have some very minor rough girdles, otherwise very good. 9-91950 (800-1,200)

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1550A

DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND GOLD LADY’S WATCH. The face marked “J. E. Caldwell Co.”. The watch case marked “Concord Watch Co. Ross 14k No. 0428600”. Movement marked “Concord 17J Unadjusted Swiss 224F”. Yellow gold case accented with eight square cut blue sapphires (.50cts) and four full cut diamonds (.16cts) (VS1, G/H). Band being made up of two snake chains with clasp. WEIGHT: Without movement is 11.2 dwt. GIA appraisal accompanies lot. SIZE: 5-1/4″ l. CONDITION: Very good, ticks when wound. 9-91948 (500-1,000)

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1551

SEVEN DIAMOND AND COLORED STONE LADY’S RINGS. Lot includes: Three 14k yellow gold rings with solitary diamonds; 14k yellow gold band set with ten very small diamonds; 14k yellow gold ring set with diamonds and blue sapphires (missing one sapphire); 10k ring with light red stone; Small gold lady’s ring with green stones. Also included in the lot is an unmarked white gold or platinum clasp with two diamonds. WEIGHT: Total is 16 gr. CONDITION: Good, otherwise noted. 9-91960 (400-800)

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1552

TWO 14K YELLOW GOLD BROOCHES. Both of circle form with leaf design. One having a center small opal, the other with twelve small diamonds. WEIGHT: Total is 16 gr. SIZE: 1-1/4″ dia. CONDITION: Good. 9-91954 (500-1,000)

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1553

TWELVE YELLOW GOLD MEN’S AND LADY’S RINGS. Episcopal Academy class ring marked “10k”; Man’s wedding band marked “14k”; Two small wedding bands marked “18k”; Two 10k rings; 10k lady’s ring with light blue stone; Four 10k yellow gold lady’s rings; One small 14k lady’s ring. WEIGHT: Total is 56 gr. CONDITION: Generally good, one lady’s ring missing stone. 9-91961 (800-1,200)

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1554

14K GOLD NECKLACE AND 18K GOLD BRACELET. 16″ graduated 14k yellow gold necklace with a twist design. WEIGHT: 38 gr. 7-1/2″ 18k Italian bracelet in a chain link style. WEIGHT: 10 gr. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91955 (500-1,000)

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1555

LOT OF GOLD JEWELRY. 1) 7″ flat yellow gold bracelet marked “14k Italy” with lobster claw clasp. 2) 20″ 14k yellow gold twist necklace. 3) 17″ 14k white gold link bracelet. 4) Pair of 14k yellow gold cuff links. 5) Two 18k yellow gold pierced earrings. 6) 14k yellow gold thimble and one unmarked gold thimble. WEIGHT: Total is 56 gr. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91962 (500-800)

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1556

NINE CAMEOS. Lot includes pair of screw back earrings; Three antique cameos with unmarked gold settings and shell cameos having carved women; Shell cameo with yellow gold frame of building and woman; Cameo necklace; Two modern plastic cameos; Black glass cameo of a woman. SIZE: Vary from 1/2″ to 1-1/2″. CONDITION: Some damage to frames, cameos good. 9-91957 (200-400)

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1557

FOUR AMERICAN GOLD COINS. 1) 1907 Liberty head eagle $10 gold piece having a pendant frame. 2) 1909 Indian head half eagle $5 gold piece. in a pendant frame. 3) Two 1927 Indian head quarter eagle $2-1/2 gold pieces in charm bracelet frames with charm bracelet marked “14k”. WEIGHT: Total is 58 gr. CONDITION: Generally good. Coins not examined out of frames. 9-91959 (1,000-1,500)

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1558

COIN: 1914S SAINT-GAUDENS DOUBLE EAGLE GOLD COIN. $20 gold coin CONDITION: Very good. 9-91555 (1,000-1,500)

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1559

COIN: 1888S LIBERTY HEAD DOUBLE EAGLE GOLD COIN. $20 gold coin. SIZE: CONDITION: Very good. 9-91556 (1,000-1,500)

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1560

COIN: 1907 LIBERTY HEAD EAGLE GOLD COIN. $10 gold coin. SIZE: CONDITION: Very good. 9-91557 (500-1,000)

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1561

COIN: 1641 QUARTER DUCAT. Small gold coin has rampant lion and shield on one side, other side with date and Latin phrase “Mon No Th Vrice Nsis”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91559 (200-300)

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1561A

COIN: 1882 LIBERTY HEAD HALF EAGLE GOLD COIN. $5 gold coin. SIZE: CONDITION: Very good. 9-91558 (300-500)

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1562

LOT OF U.S. COINS. Lot includes 1825 half dollar; 1824 half dollar; Ten 20th Century silver half dollars; Nine 20th Century silver quarters; Six 20th Century silver dimes; Small lot of foreign coins; 1804 US half cent; 1893 Columbian half dollar; Two 1971 Ike silver dollars; 1854 half dime; 1852 3 Cent silver; 1853 half dime and small lot of pennies, 2 cent and miscellaneous coins. SIZE: CONDITION: All circulated showing wear. 9-91560 (100-150)

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1563

18K GOLD LONGINES HUNTER CASE POCKET WATCH. Dial marked “Longines 15 Jewels” and has a separate seconds dial. Case marked “18k”, movement marked “Longines” SN 3212598. Outer case with art nouveau flowers. CONDITION: Bezel has several cracks, ticks when wound, otherwise very good. 9-90891 (150-250)

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1564

18K GOLD DEMI HUNTER CASE POCKET WATCH. Fancy case having a small center window in top case to see hands. Outer case having blue enameled Roman Numerals. Case marked “18k” and inner case marked “Malignon Geneve No. 5545”. Movement unmarked, white dial unmarked. SIZE: CONDITION: Ticks when wound, bezel has small chip near screw head. Otherwise very good. 9-92134 (400-600)

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1565

18K GOLD HUNTER CASE WATCH BY ILLINOIS WATCH CO. Fabulous case having all over floral and leaf design with black enamel highlights. Center of back and front cases having a rectangular enameled scene, one of flowers and the other of building in landscape. Case marked “18k”, inner case inscribed with presentation, works marked “Illinois Watch Co.” SN 103830, 1876-1877. Dial with separate second hand dial marked “Illinois Watch Co.”. CONDITION: Second hand moves for short period, unknown working order, dial with old hairline. Otherwise very good. 9-92135 (600-800)

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1566

PLATINUM & DIAMOND ART DECO LADY’S WRISTWATCH. Outstanding Art Deco lady’s wristwatch has platinum case and band entirely encrusted in single cut and square cut diamonds. Watch features a rectangular dial with black numerals and gun metal hands. When the back of case is opened, it reveals a glass observation cover over the works, works are signed “T. Lafond 17 Jewels Thre 3 Adjs”. Inside of back cover of case is marked “Platinum Patented July 26, 1921 L Co.” SIZE: 6-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with some discoloration to the face. 5-66061 (2,000-4,000)

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1567

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM LADY’S WATCH BY HAMILTON. Elegant watch having a bracelet covered with small diamonds set in platinum. Watch case having a series of full cut diamonds and rectangular diamonds in an art deco style. Silver colored dial marked “Hamilton”. Case marked “900Plat”. Movement marked “Hamilton F234161 17 Jewels 995A”. WEIGHT: With back including glass and diamonds with no movement is 16 gr. SIZE: 6″. CONDITION: Ticks when wound, very good. 9-92133 (1,000-1,500)

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1568

18K YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND LADY’S WATCH BY PATEK PHILIPPE. Dial marked “Patek Philippe Geneve Casa Welsch S.A.Lima”. Inside of the back case marked “Patek-Philippe & Co. Geneve Swiss Ref. 3089 18K”. Impressed key with “29”. Movement marked “18 Jewels Patek, Philippe & Co. Geneve No 946657 5Pos Swiss”. Band having six yellow gold links with safety chain interspersed with four small bands of three full cut diamonds. WEIGHT: Band and watch case without movement (glass and diamonds intact) is 26 gr. CONDITION: Ticks when wound, very good. 9-90894 (500-1,000)

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1569

TIFFANY DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD CROSS PENDANT/BROOCH. Cross accented with eleven cushion cut diamonds in six-prong mounts, total weight of approximately 6cts, averaging (VS1 to SI1), (F-G). Piece marked “Tiffany” and testing 18K. GIA appraisal accompanies lot. SIZE: 1-1/2″ h x 1″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90878 (10,000-15,000)

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1570

DIAMOND, PLATINUM AND PINK SAPPHIRE NECKLACE. Pendant having a heart shaped 6.25ct pink sapphire surrounded by sixteen diamonds attached to a necklace to a 15″ chain having links studded with diamonds. Total weight of diamonds is 5.07ct. SIZE: CONDITION: Very good. 9-92138 (15,000-25,000)

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1571

DIAMOND AND NATURAL PINK SAPPHIRE PLATINUM LADY’S RING. Oval sapphire weight 1.74ct in vivid pink of Burmese origin surrounded by fourteen diamonds, total weight .65. Ring marked “PT950”. Accompanying the ring is a GRS Gemstone Report, no indication of thermal treatment present. SIZE: Approximately size 6-1/2. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92140 (8,000-12,000)

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1572

FINE DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND 18K GOLD BRACELET. Art deco design in white gold. Four link bracelet having lines of blue sapphires surrounded by small diamonds. Total weight of diamonds is 1.00ct, total weight of sapphires is 3.79ct. Bracelet marked “18k”. SIZE: Approximately 6-3/4″ l CONDITION: Very good. 9-92143 (2,000-3,000)

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1573

DIAMOND, BLUE SAPPHIRE AND PLATINUM LADY’S RING. Center natural blue sapphire weighing 5.75ct. Octagonal shape originating from Shri Lanka. Stone surrounded by eighteen diamonds with total weight 1.16ct. Ring marked “PT 950”. Accompanying the ring is a GRS Gemstone Report, no indication of thermal treatment present. SIZE: Approximately 7-1/2. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92139 (12,500-17,500)

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1574

OUTSTANDING LARGE OVAL SHELL CAMEO. The oversized cameo having three standing women in flowing gowns holding hands. The outer two women hold a flower wreath over the middle woman’s head. The whole housed in gilt metal frame, which may have been a box cover. SIZE: 4-1/2″ x 4″. CONDITION: Very good, metal has dents. 9-90995-1 (1,000-2,000)

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1575

LARGE OUTSTANDING CARVED SHELL CAMEO BROOCH. Vertical oval scene showing two lovers on separate horses in cream color with orange to cream background. Housed in a gold filled pin frame marked “Vandell”. SIZE: 2-3/4″ x 2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90995-3 (600-900)

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1576

TWO CARVED CAMEO BROOCHES. 1) Oval vertical cameo classical scene shows a Madonna and Child next to an angel holding a bouquet of flowers over the woman’s head. White with light brown background. Housed in a silver decorative pin frame. 2) A classical scene showing a maiden with putti on rock outcropping while a man with helmet and knife at waist holding a head in hand, helps her down from rock and a dragon in water below. Housed in an unmarked gold pin back frame. SIZE: Both are 2-1/4″ x 2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90995-5 (800-1,200)

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1577

TWO LARGE CAMEO BROOCHES. Both are shoulder portraits of young women; one with flower the other with lyre. Both housed in unmarked metal pin back frames. SIZE: Both are 2-1/4″ x 1-3/4″. CONDITION: Hairline in right side of one, otherwise very good. 9-90995-6 (800-1,200)

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1578

FIVE FINE CARVED SHELL CAMEO BROOCHES. 1) Interesting Venice canal scene with sailboats and domed buildings. Wonderful coloration of white against cloudy amber sky. 2) Vertical oval with sailboat, people and castle in white against an opalescent sky. 3) Interesting carved man with whip over back shoulder in white against a light brown background. 4) Vertical oval of a horse’s head in white against an amber background. 5) Horizontal oval of a shepherd with sheep in landscape in white against a light brown background. All housed in gold metal frames; shepherd frame is marked “14kt” and remainder are unmarked. SIZE: 1-3/4″ x 1-1/4″, 1-1/2″ x 1-1/4″, 1-1/4″ x 1″, 1-1/4″ x 1″, 1″ x 1-1/4″ respectively. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90995-13 (1,000-1,500)

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1579

SIX GOOD CARVED CAMEO BROOCHES. 1) Rectangular cameo has putti with lyre riding a lion next to a tree. White on opalescent background. 2) Flying bird with flowers. White on amber to white background. 3 & 4) Show buildings and water. 5 & 6) Show flowers in oval form. One marked “18kt” and the remaining are housed in unmarked metal with each having pin back frames. SIZE: Range from 1″ x 3/4″ to 1-1/2″ x 2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90995-11 (800-1,200)

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1580

SIX CARVED SHELL CAMEO BROOCHES. Two vertical ovals with three women holding flowers, one vertical oval with woman holding flowers, a classical vertical oval with lovers and two horizontal chariot scenes with two horses and woman driver. Five are housed in unmarked metal frame and one is marked “14kt”, all with pin backs. SIZE: Range from 3/4″ x 1″ to 1-3/4″ x 1-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90995-12 (800-1,200)

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1581

OUTSTANDING LARGE CAMILLE FAURE LIMOGES VASE. Large round bodied vase with silver footed base having small flaring mouth which has a rolled silver rim. Piece is marked “C. Faure Limoges” on bottom edge. Round body sculpted in colors of lavender, white, black and blue enamels. Swirling decoration with a combination of half circles, some having black centers. An outstanding example of this type of Limoges. SIZE: 11-3/4″ h x 11-3/4″ at widest. PROVENANCE: Christies, New York, May 28th, 1983, Lot 4498 of the Feldstein Collection. CONDITION: Very good. A fine piece for any advanced collector. 9-91113 (8,000-12,000)

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1582

FINE FLORAL DECORATED CAMILLE FAURE LIMOGES VASE. Large vase having pink, red and blue flowers with a light blue/green/yellow base. Top edge marked “C. Faure Limoges”. Bulbous vase having a small rim. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91112 (2,500-4,000)

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1583

PAIR OF SIGNED GUSTAVE STICKLEY OAK MORRIS CHAIRS. Model #332. Each chair with original adjusting pins and original caned seat frames. Each with a red stamp inside of the proper left rear leg at tenion. One with original paper label inside seat frame indicating model, finish and upholstery specifications. Typical slat design with mortise and tenon construction. REFERENCE: The Collected Works of Gustave Stickley Edited by Steven Gray and Robert Edwards, Published 1981 New York. Illustrated and described pages 62 and 121. SIZE: 40″ h to back x 15″ seat h x 23″ seat w x 27″ d. CONDITION: Original caned webbing, old washed surface with minor staining. Cushions appear original but have been recovered. No structural defects or repairs noted. Both red stamped brands are clearly visible. 9-91121 (4,000-6,000)

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1584

AMERICAN ARTS AND CRAFTS QUARTERED OAK CENTER TABLE. Circa 1915. The circular top above the conforming frieze centered and joined to square legs connected by a pinned and tenoned cross-stretcher. SIZE: 29″ h. x 39-1/2″ diameter. CONDITION: Stripped and refinished, with veneer patches in apron. 9-90820 (700-1,200)

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1585

AMERICAN ARTS & CRAFTS POLYCHROME DECORATED AND CARVED BOMBE BLANKET CHEST IN THE ART NOUVEAU TASTE. Circa 1910. Rectangular hinged lid with rectangular panel centering grape vines and shield in which is written “Welcome the coming speed the parting guest” all within a foliate border done in shades of orange and green on a mustard ground. Lid opening to a cedar lined well. Case of Bombe form, carved overall with foliate designs and scrolling vines. Center of the front panel depicting two cherubs holding a cartouche with burned cross. Whole raised on bracket feet with shaped apron and shaped returns. Circa 1915. SIZE: 17″ h x 42″ l x 18-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Maintains original finish, color somewhat faded, normal wear to be expected. No damages or repairs noted. 9-91510 (600-800)

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1586

53-PIECE STERLING FLATWARE SET BY NEWBURY CRAFTERS IN THE “MOULTON” PATTERN. No monograms. Set consists of eight butter knives, eight dinner knives, eight dinner forks, eight salad forks, eight soup spoons, eight teaspoons, large serving spoon, ladle, pickle fork, berry spoon and master butter. Fitted in a silver box originally for a Reed & Barton flatware set. Maker’s mark Geoffrey Blake & Roger Powell. WEIGHT: 59 tr. oz (without knives) CONDITION: Very good showing little use. 9-91209 (800-1,200)

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1587

3 PC ART NOUVEAU STERLING TEA SET BY TIFFANY & CO. The three pieces with identical Art Nouveau decoration and each piece monogrammed “HBB”. Set consists of a 9″ h slender teapot with hinged dome lid having a chess pawn-type finial. The bottom marked “Tiffany & Co. 18279A Makers 3449 Sterling Silver 925-1000 M” also “3 1/4 Gills”. A 3-1/2″ h covered double handled sugar marked on the underside with same mark as teapot with “3339”, the dome lid having similar finial as teapot. A 3-1/2″ h handled creamer marked on the underside with same mark as sugar bowl as well as “1 1/4 Gills”. WEIGHT: 33 tr.oz. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Hinge of cover on teapot is slightly sprung with slightly pushed in finial, otherwise very good. 9-91476 (2,000-3,000)

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1588

OUTSTANDING THREE PIECE CHILD’S STERLING SET BY TIFFANY & CO. Each piece having a nursery rhyme character as follows: 6-1/2” spoon with Jack & Jill with pail of water, monogrammed bowl. 7-1/2” knife with Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf. Knife blade with writing “Elizabeth Chapman Mauran” and marked “Tiffany & Co. Makers 1090”. 6-3/4” fork with Little Bo Peep. Monogrammed. WEIGHT: 5 troy oz. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Shows some use, wear, otherwise good. 9-74635 (300-500)

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1589

OUTSTANDING MODERN STERLING COFFEE POT BY JEAN E. PUIFORCAT. French mid-20th Century. Outstanding pot has bulbous shape with long, slender spout and large notched handle. Hinged round cover with angle thumb lift. Marked on base “Sterling Silver 950” with a maker’s mark “E.P” in a diamond. WEIGHT: 20 troy oz. SIZE: 11-1/2” h. CONDITION: Two small dimples to body and a 1/4″ creased dimple to bottom of spout. Otherwise very good. 9-90686 (2,000-2,500)

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1590

EXTREMELY RARE ART POTTERY VASE BY AMELIA PELAEZ (1896-1968). Vase having a three part bulging body decorated with shapes in multicolors including brown, green, blue and pink. Signed on base and dated on bottom indistinctly, possibly “62”. SIZE: 8″ h. CONDITION: There are two small tight hairlines to upper rim which do not detract from the piece. 9-91152 (2,000-4,000)

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1591

JEAN RENE GAUGUIN (Danish, 1881-1861) BING AND GRUNDHAL ENAMELED POTTERY FIGURAL GROUP, CIRCA 1935. Modeled as a nude female figure astride a rearing bull above a cluster of stylized roses, glazed in white and over-glazed in mauve, yellow, green, red and black. Signed along lower base rim edge in black “B&G Copenhagen”, “J R Gauguin”. “F 15/50”, on the underside of the base is found the incised “B&G” mark with castle emblem, together with a stamped company mark above “F 15/50”. SIZE: 28-3/4” h x 21-1/2” l x 10” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-74517 (4,000-6,000)

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1592

ROYAL COPENHAGEN FIGURINE: “PRINCESS & HANS CLODHOPPER”. Figurine showing a woman with crown seated on a sofa next to a man with stocking cap. Bottom impress marked “1473”. SIZE: 9″ x 9″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91527 (600-800)

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1593

FRENCH ART DECO HAMMERED COPPER VASE. Signed indistinctly around the base “A. Vittier (?)” and marked beneath the base “Cuivre Francais A.V. Paris” with a square touchmark of four tulip heads centering the initials “A.V. ” The flaring conical vase depicting lilies flanked by angular handles terminating in leaf tips, the flattened base similarly embossed. SIZE: 29-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Retains old patina, denting and scratches around base rim. 9-74526 (2,000-3,000)

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1594

ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY MOORE (English, 1898-1986) ABSTRACT FIGURE. Bronze sculpture having an oval donut shaped head bulging chest, long narrow torso ending in two short legs. Mounted to a square wood plinth. Wonderful mottled patina. SIZE: Bronze is 43″ h. 46″ with base. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91077 (3,500-5,000)

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1595

AN EXCEPTIONAL AND RARE BELLE EPOQUE CHELSEA CAST DORE BRONZE SHELF CLOCK. RETAILED BY EDWARD F. CALDWELL AND CO., N.Y. First quarter 20th Century. The enamel dial with roman numerals centering a bronze rondel cast with cherubs, the time aperture within an octagonal dore bronze case surmounted by a draped urn all cast with anthemion leaves and floral garlands raised on a C-scrolled base cast with a scallop shell on a rectangular molded plinth cast with scrolls and anthemion leaves, engraved on the lower edge in script “E.F. Caldwell & Co. Inc. New York”. Raised on cast turned feet.The backplate also engraved with the name of the retail company above a small faint hand inscription “JA-12-23 X-186″(January 12, 1923. Item 186?).The backplate centered by a cast rosette enclosing an aperture for regulating speed of clock.The brass works within, stamped “Chelsea Clock Co. Boston, USA ” also engraved with the serial number “102363”. SIZE: 13 1/2″ h X 7″ X 3 3/4″. PROVENANCE: While little is known of the specific history of this clock we can determine the age of the Chelsea works as being manufactured between 1915 and 1919. A clock with nearly identical case is illustrated on the Chelsea Clock Company web site. Edward F Caldwell & Co. was founded in 1895 and renowned for its high quality metalwork. The company specialized in manufacturing lighting fixtures, clocks and desk accessories. The firm was dissolved in the early 1930s. CONDITION: Very fine condition with original surfaces and very good patina, no defects noted. 9-90969 (8,000-12,000)

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1596

MASSACHUSETTS PRESENTATION BANJO CLOCK, CHELSEA CLOCK CO. Circa 1948-1949. The circular dial marked Chelsea in script flanked by time and strike apertures above the throat with eglomise panel decorated with brass fillets above the square box, fitted with eglomise panel depicting a two-story manor house fitted with a presentation bracket, the whole surmounted by a displayed eagle on plinth. The brass 8-day spring-driven movement marked Chelsea Clock Co. USA and the serial number 549496. SIZE: 41″ l. CONDITION: With dryness to finish, otherwise appears in nice condition, brassworks clean. 9-92167 (2,000-3,000)

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1597

A FINE BIJAR ORIENTAL CARPET, WEST PERSIA. Second half 20th century. The cream polled medallion centering a dark indigo medallion, both within a conforming claret-red medallion, further encompassed by a dark indigo medallion within ivory spandrels, all profusely decorated with dense floral polychrome vinery within a main border of ivory and brick-red stylized palmettes within scrolling leaftips. SIZE: 9 ft 10 in x 8 ft 4 in. CONDITION: In near-perfect, unused condition. 9-92119 (2,000-4,000)

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1598

CUSTOM AMERICAN CLASSICAL STYLE CARVED AND CROSSBANDED MAHOGANY DINING TABLE BY BAKER FURNITURE COMPANY. Second half 20th century. In two parts, the rectangular top with D-form ends and reeded edges with rosewood and satinwood crossbanding, the top raised on two water leaf and acanthus-carved urn-formed pedestals, each raised on four outswept square reeded legs raised on brass-capped claw foot casters, table with two additional leaves. SIZE: Table: 29″ h. x 72″ l. x 48-1/2″ w. Two additional leaves: each 20″ w. CONDITION: Very nice original condition showing minimal wear and surface scratches, no restoration or repairs. 9-91315 (1,500-2,500)

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1599

SUPERB SET OF TEN BENCH-MADE HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY DINING ROOM CHAIRS. Early 20th Century. Comprised of eight side chairs and two armchairs. Each curved tablet crest with rectangular figured birch inlaid panels centering an additional inlaid panel with tobacco leaf spray within a mahogany patera ,above the pierced splat having three vertical elements with leaftip terminals connected with interwoven molded elements centering an oval patera with carved flowerhead above the over-upholstered trapezoidal seat with bowed front. Raised on frontal square tapered legs with spade feet. Inlaid with satinwood bell flowers, turned rear legs canted. Armchairs with outswept serpentine arms and turned down grips on urn-formed supports. Hand made custom chairs designed with Baltimore elements. SIZE: 35-1/2″ h x 17″ seat h. CONDITION: Chairs in excellent condition overall with minor exceptions; a small chip in the corner of one of the tablet crests; repair to each armchair on one arm at the urn support, visible only by careful examination. 9-91502 (6,000-12,000)

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1600

FINE HEPPLEWHITE CENTENNIAL INLAID MAHOGANY CHINA CABINET. Molded cornice with string inlays above the frieze decorated with arched spool elements, the case fitted with astragal glazed string inlaid doors opening to two fitted shelves above a pair of cupboard doors with figured mahogany panels and string inlay with cross banding above the shaped apron, raised on flared shaped French feet. SIZE: 68-1/2″ h x case 36″ w x 15″ d. CONDITION: Retains original finish, very fine condition overall. One spool detail on upper frieze at left corner facing missing, one small chip of crown molding on right side facing, approximately 5″ missing. No other issues noted. 9-91503 (3,000-5,000)

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1601

EDWARD HENRY BERGE (American, 1876-1924) AMERICAN BRONZE FIGURAL SUNDIAL, “THERE IS NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT”. Circa 1919. Depicting a young boy kneeling before a sundial, kissing a doll held in his hands, a second doll discarded on the dial, on an oval molded plinth cast with the phrase, “There is no time like the present”. Signed on the plinth beside the right foot “E. Berge Sc” above the foundry mark of “B. Zoppo Founders. N.Y.”, stamped on the edge of the plinth. SIZE: 21″ h. x 20″ l. x 13″ d. PROVENANCE: The statue was acquired in the early 1920s by the Rene Evans Paine family in eastern Massachusetts where it was displayed in the family gardens until its removal by the current owner, a family friend. Another example of this sundial was sold in the Chicago galleries of Leslie Hindman in March of 1992. CONDITION: Casting shows very nice verdigris patina; there is an old repair running laterally across the plinth at the knees, visible primarily from the side of the plinth, the underside with visible welded bracket. This fine and rare example of Berge’s work is in very good condition with great surfaces. 9-91369 (20,000-35,000)

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1602

AN EXCEEDINGLY RARE & SPECTACULAR “YALE WONDER CLOCK”. This is an extraordinary opportunity to purchase a “fresh to the market” coin operated machine that not only appeals to music box collectors or collectors of gambling machines but to anyone who wants to own the best of the best!!!! Only on rare occasions does a machine of this magnitude become available to a prospective buyer, with most collectors not even placing a machine of this nature on their “Wish List” as they feel it is an unattainable desire!! This machine was purchased by the current owner over thirty years ago in Vermont from the family of the original owner. Only a handful of this type of machine survived over the years and there are several different versions. This example was manufactured in the first part of the 20th century in Burlington, Vermont by Charles Yale…hence the name. Comparing the few that have survived over the past 100 years this example is perhaps one of the most visually appealing versions as well as one with an exceptionally low serial number 123. Contained within a fanciful oak case is a 15 1/2″ Regina disc player as well as the gambling aspect…a spinning arrow that would stop at various locations on the reverse painted glass with numbers from 000 to 999. Originally designed to navigate around the gambling aspect, the player was supposedly purchasing a tune from the Regina player and gosh golly the gambling aspect was thrown in as a bonus. Another intriguing addition is the revolving display in the front of the machine…used for advertising purposes with which local or national merchants would hawk their goods. This example does not include any of the advertising that would have been used in the center or side windows of the machine. Just standing in front of this machine one must examine the machine closely…..amazing how so many gimmicks/options were employed!!!! The mechanism is mechanical in nature as well as also being run with dry cell batteries for operation of the lighting. A clock by New Haven Clock Company, flashing lights, various token awards, a spinning arrow, music, advertising…what else could have been added to attract a prospective player??? Always a winner, a token was always dispensed with every play, the only variable being the quote “trade value” of the token. Without a doubt the “hidden” gambling aspect was present, the total of your number that the arrow stopped on (#256 really meant 2+5+6=13) was awarded accordingly to the merchant and the value he would place on the number you achieved. Obviously a high number or a low number had the greatest value, much harder to achieve these results; just compare this to playing “craps”… rolling a seven is easy compared to rolling “boxcars” which would be extremely difficult. Hence following through on this premise the awards would be comparable, low or high total would have the greatest value and receive the greatest trade or monetary reward. Original manufacturing plaque is attached at the center above the disc changer. It reads “The Yale Wonder Clock Burlington, VT. No. 123 Pat’d April 10,1900”. Reverse painted glass on side states “The Yale Wonder Clock Pat’d April 10, 1900 Other Patents Pend’g Pays Full Value For Each Nickel Played Get Ticket Out Of Cup”. Original crank and original Edison light bulbs. This opportunity may never come up again as this machine is so rare and considered to be the earliest known example with the lowest serial number on record. To see more about the Yale Wonder Clock please see David Bowers wonderful article in the Musical Box Society Mechanical Music, Vol. 53, No. 3. SIZE: 94-1/2″ h x 13-1/2″ at deepest x 34″ at widest. PROVENANCE: Purchased by our consignor over 30 years ago in Vermont from the family of the original owner. CONDITION: Recent cleaning and both old and recent restoration includes some replaced wood trim, exterior finish and paint restoration, as well as some elements of the face. Two front glass pieces are fabulous recreations of the original inserts (the original broken door glass will accompany this lot). Side glass is original. Oak top wood facade is a recreation. Mechanism is functional and appears to be intact and complete including the electrical wires running from the clock to the lights. The batteries are present but the power requires two drops of mercury, which is not present, and is needed to complete the connection. 1-7700 (75,000-125,000)

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1603

DIAMOND AND BLUE SAPPHIRE PLATINUM LADY’S RING. Oval sapphire weighing 5.07ct surrounded by twenty-two diamonds marked “PT950”. SIZE: Approximately size 7-1/2. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92141 (5,000-7,500)

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1604

DIAMOND AND YELLOW SAPPHIRE 18K GOLD LADY’S RING. Center oval yellow sapphire weighing 3.04ct surrounded by diamonds of total weight 1.10ct. Ring marked “750” and being of white gold. SIZE: Approximately size 8. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92142 (3,000-5,000)

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1605

INTERESTING AND RARE SHELL NECKLACE AND EARRING SUITE. Lot consisting of two small pink shell necklace and bracelet, a large white shell necklace with matching earrings. 42″ ten-string shell necklace made up of 1/4″ size white iridescent shells. The strands mounted to a 1-1/2″ cowry shell. Lot also having a pair of matching 1″ dia. shell earrings. Along with a 21″ three-strand pink lustre shell necklace and an 8″ three-strand pink lustre shell bracelet. These are believed to be from French Polynesia and the shells look like Orobophana, Pacifica. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Earrings have small break and loose shell, others appear to be very good. 9-90877 (2,000-4,000)

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1606

DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND GOLD BRACELET. Yellow gold linked bracelet having six links accented with diamonds total weight of .6cts (VS1, G-H) and twenty links accented with blue sapphires total weight of 2.8cts (VS1-SI2) (vB 5/3). Total weight is 21.1dwt. Piece is stamped “18k” and has an illegible maker’s mark. GIA appraisal accompanies lot. SIZE: 6-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91210 (1,000-2,000)

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1607

PEARL AND DIAMOND VICTORIAN BRACELET. Five strand pearl bracelet interspersed with four links having six diamonds. Clasp marked “585” with a hallmark “ZI”. SIZE: 7″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92144 (1,500-2,500)

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1608

TWO CARVED CONCH SHELLS. 1) With 3-1/2″ x 5″ carved cameo scene with a woman on a seahorse being followed by Neptune blowing his horn. 2) With 3-1/2″ x 4″ carved cameo scene of a woman’s profile in a heart surrounded by three flowers. SIZE: Shell Size: 6-1/2″ & 5-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90995 (500-1,000)

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1609

FINE CARVED SHELL CAMEO BROOCH. The oval carved cameo with cream figures against an orange background depicts four horses, men and women and putti bathing in water, one cherub is seen flying above the scene while a figure with a pitchfork stands atop horse. Housed in a 10kt gold fancy pin frame. SIZE: Cameo: 1-3/4″ x 2-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90995-2 (500-1,000)

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1610

FINE OVAL CAMEO BROOCH. Horizontal oval scene shows a chariot with four horses driven by an angel with Roman soldier beside. The light colored figures against a orangey-amber background. Housed in an unmarked gold fancy pin back frame. SIZE: Cameo: 1-3/4″ x 2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90995-7 (500-1,000)

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1611

FOUR CARVED CAMEO BROOCHES. Each having a woman and building with trees. White carving against a light brown background. All housed in decorative, unmarked gold metal pin back frames. SIZE: All approx. 1-3/4″ x 1-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good, one frame is as is. 9-90995-9 (500-800)

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1612

FIVE CARVED SHELL CAMEO BROOCHES. All with woman’s profiles, white against light amber backgrounds. All housed in decorative unmarked metal pin back frames. SIZE: Range from 1″ x 3/4″ to 2″ x 1-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good with smallest missing pin. 9-90995-14 (500-800)

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1613

97-PIECE STERLING FLATWARE SET BY REED & BARTON IN THE “FRANCES I” PATTERN. Lot consists of: Four 9-1/2″ knives; Eight 9″ knives; Twelve 6″ soup spoons; Twelve 7″ forks; Twelve 6″ forks; Twelve 5-3/4″ teaspoons; Twelve 5-3/4″ solid butter knives; Four 8-1/4″ tablespoons; 8-1/2″ slotted tablespoon; 6″ jelly spoon; 6-1/4″ sugar shell; 5″ master salt spoon; 9-1/2″ two-piece salad set; 7″ tea strainer; 6-1/2″ ladle; 8″ reticulated tomato server; 9-1/2″ flat wide server; 9-1/2″ pie server; 4-1/4″ tongs; 4-1/2″ dinner bell; 3-1/2″ salt & pepper; Six 3-1/2″ nut dishes. Serving pieces are not monogrammed; table setting with monogram “R”. Set comes with a mahogany red velvet lined silver case. WEIGHT: 283 tr. oz. CONDITION: Generally very good, shows light wear. 9-91307 (5,000-6,000)

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1614

FABULOUS FIFTEEN PIECE STERLING & GLASS DESSERT SET BY MAPPEN & WEBB. Set consists of 4-1/2″ h x 8-1/2″ dia footed centerbowl with frosted glass liner, six matching 4″ h x 4-1/2″ dia handled, footed sherbet cups with frosted glass liners, a 2-pc 9-3/4″ serving fork and spoon and six 5″ spoons. All hallmarked London, 1941. The bowls have a reticulated scalloped edge decorated with leaves and four leaf clover, the base also appears decorated with scalloped edge. Total weight without liners: 59 tr. oz. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90886 (2,500-4,000)

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1615

EDWARDIAN CASED SILVER DESSERT SET WITH MOTHER-OF-PEARL HANDLES, LABELED “CARRINGTON & CO LONDON”. Circa 1906 and 1911. Setting for twelve, mounted in original oak case, the utensils all decorated in floral bright work with mother-of-pearl handles, comprising twelve knives and twelve forks. SIZE: Box: 2-3/4″ h. x 11-1/4″ w. x 8-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Overall excellent, the box in need of repolishing. 9-90667 (1,500-2,000)

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1616

RUSSIAN ENAMEL TWENTY PIECE GOLD VERMEIL DESERT SET. Set consisting of ten 5-1/2″ three-tyne forks and ten 6-1/4″ knives. Each handle having turquoise dot edge with colorful floral interiors. Pieces are marked “84” with maker’s mark backwards KJ, head facing left. All encompassed in a red velvet flatware chest. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90675 (1,500-2,000)

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1617

LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT-BRONZE-MOUNTED ONYX BRACKET-FORM SHELF CLOCK. RETAILED BY TIFFANY & CO. Circa 1880. The domed top with cast carrying handle and cast-urn finials above the onyx case fitted with a circular beveled glass opening to the onyx face fitted with raised circular numerals and time and strike apertures, the face marked Tiffany & Co, New York, all within fleur-de-lis spandrels on a stepped base raised on egg-and-dart cast bronze feet. With numbered French brass works. SIZE: 15-1/2″ overall h. x 9″ overall w. x 6″ d. CONDITION: Missing one finial, brass works appear good, striking mechanism needs re-setting, with minor repairs in onyx case. Clock sold with key and pendulum. 9-91477 (1,000-2,000)

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1618

FRENCH MINIATURE LYRE UNDER DOME MANTLE CLOCK. Circa 1880. A fine clock having a brass movement marked “Robert A. Paris”. Ormolu and ebonized wood miniature lyre having an unmarked silvered dial with one keyhole. Sunburst pendulum with face. Complete with a wood bases clear glass dome. No key present. SIZE: 13-1/2″ h. Dome with base is 18-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Appears to be complete. 9-91820 (900-1,200)

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1619

AUGUSTE PARIS (French, 1850-1915) “LE TEMPS ET LA CHANSON”. Outstanding figural bronze mounted on a revolving base atop a marble plinth set with a central clock. The bronze depicts a standing semi nude maiden holding an arrangement of paper or cloth in her left hand and arm while her other arm is held out with open hand. She has a dress which is draped below her chest. Seated next to her is Father Time with his hand around her wait. His wings and scythe surround her. Signed “Au. Paris. Sculpt”. The bronze sits in a round bronze base which allows it to rotate. The bronze base with a bronze plaque having title and as follows “Aux lilas embaumes, quand tout renait et chante le temps. Laissant sa faux inoccupee un jour. T’enlace en souriant: O jeunesse! Et s’enchante de l’ineffable echo d’un immortel amour.” Base is affixed to the top of a molded edge red and black marble plinth with ormolu mid molding and ormolu bezel frame. The round white enameled dial having two keyholes and marked “Suise Freres Aaria?”. SIZE: Overall is 29″ h. Marble base is 5-1/2″ h x 15-3/4″ w x 12″ d. CONDITION: Very good. Clock in unknown working order. 9-91370 (4,000-6,000)

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1620

LOUIS CHARLES HIPPOLYTE BUHOT (French, 1815-1865) HARVEST. Fine figural bronze putti group depicting the successful harvest. The sculpture shows a large gathering of wheat being pulled by one putti while another pushes and another sits atop holding the scythe and wheat stock. Nice dark brown patina. Signed in bold letters “C. Buhot”. Mounted atop a molded edge oval brown and white marble base. SIZE: Total is 19″ h x 14-1/2″ l x 8-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91375 (3,500-6,500)

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1621

INDO-HERIZ CARPET. Mid-20th century. With multiple geometric medallions within indigo angular floral latticework on an ivory field within a wide madder red border of stylized lotus blossoms and polled diamonds. SIZE: 11’6″ x 8’10”. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-91324 (1,000-2,000)

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1622

FINE ROCOCO CARVED MAHOGANY SERVER. The splash guard carved with a pair of winged cherubs centering a cartouche joined to the rectangular top with acanthus carved edge and bow front above the conforming frieze, the center bowed drawer carved with a fruit filled urn flanked by winged griffins and floral scrolls. The end drawers cared with fierce lion masks supported by a pair of carved bearded figures on scrolled brackets. Backboard molded and paneled all joined to a molded shelf with serpentine front raised on lion claw feet. SIZE: 60″ overall h x 54″ w x 21″ d. CONDITION: Original surfaces, old patina, in very fine condition. 9-90353 (8,000-12,000)

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1623

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BAMBOO AND BIRDSEYE MAPLE PIER MIRROR, ATTRIBUTED TO R. J. HORNER & CO, NEW YORK. Late 19th Century. The rectangular mirror plate with in a bamboo surround on a maple plinth joined to and centered by a bird’s eye maple shelf with simulated bamboo surround. SIZE: 82” h x 30-1/2” w x 13-1/2” d. CONDITION: Structurally very good, mirror plate with loss to silver 9-74524 (3,000-5,000)

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1624

AMERICAN SILVER METAL PRESENTATION FIREMAN’S SPEAKING TRUMPET. Engraved with foliate scrolling vinery centering crossed spears and lantern above a shield cartouche framed by ladders and pikes centering the engraved inscription ” 1st Prize For Hook & Ladder Co. Feb. 22nd Date 1870″. Retains woven silk tassel strap. SIZE: 21 1/2″ h. CONDITION: Small crease dent on mouthpiece, pinpoint dents in body, pinprick hole in mouth, and slight denting. Otherwise very nice overall. 9-91046 (2,500-3,500)

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1625

LARGE KPM PLAQUE OF WOMAN, CHILD AND DOG. Back impress mark “KPM ”with scepter and incised X11. Also a script “KD 1077”. Interior scene showing a woman tending to the hair of a small boy who has a small dog resting up on his leg. The boy eats a piece of bread and there is an open window with blue and cloud sky. There is a small stool with a stick beside which may indicate that this is a runaway boy who has come to the attention of the caring woman. Housed in a fine period gesso decorated gilt frame. SIZE: 12-1/2″ x 10-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good, small imperfection on top edge which has been glazed over. 9-91246 (4,000-6,000)

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1626

TWO FINE SEVRES CABINET CUPS AND SAUCERS. Circa 1763-1766 and 1845-1846. The 18th century example with a turquoise blue ground with scrolling gilt borders centering cartouches of period port scenes, also decorated overall with gilt stippling. The second, a mid-19th century example, decorated in rich polychrome scrolling vinery and oak-leaf and berry branches intertwined with hunting dogs and other animals, interspaced with an armorial crest within diamond gilt border, the edges gilt-decorated, marked with two Sevres date marks, an overpainted Royal gold crown, and a wreath-and-crown emblem marked within “Chateau de F.Bleau”. SIZE: First: 3-1/4″ overall h. x 5-3/4″ saucer dia. Second: 2-1/2″ overall h. x 5-1/2″ saucer dia. CONDITION: Both very fine overall, with no evidence of restoration or damages. 9-91151 (1,500-2,500)

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1627

CONTINENTAL FRAMED ENAMEL SCENIC PLAQUE IN THE MINTON STYLE. Depicting cherubim and putti frolicking on a hillside centering a young boy with two steers, in raised relief on an azure ground. The whole within a polychrome painted, scrolled surround and mounted in a Victorian molded frame. SIZE: 10-1/4”h x 20-1/2”l. CONDITION: Very good overall with brilliant colors, the frame with considerable wear to finish. 9-74534 (1,000-1,500)

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1628

OUTSTANDING SAFARI FIGURAL CASED KNIFE SET BY MITCHELL MONARCH. Fine oak case with fitted interior and glass windowed hinged top opens to reveal a fitted burgundy velvet case having five knives, stag medallion and wood company label. Each of the five knives are cast with a different three dimensional animal head having English hallmarks indicating solid sterling silver. Each of the blades are marked “Mitchell Monach Sheffield, England Hand Made”. Each with what appears to be rosewood handles having brass fastener. Knives are as follows: 17-3/4″ knife with 2-1/4″ elephant; 13-1/2″ knife with rinocourus; 13-1/2″ knife with tiger; 12-3/4″ knife with lion; 12-3/4″ dagger with water buffalo. Case is complete with key. CONDITION: Very good to excellent, glass window has chip and crack to bottom right corner. 9-91061 (3,000-5,000)

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1629

FINE SET OF 12 CONTINENTAL DECORATED PORCELAIN OYSTER PLATES. Mid-19th century. Each with six simulated molded and paint-decorated oysters centering a round bowl-form, the edges shaped and scalloped, on a footed rim. Each with incised numerals beneath the glaze. SIZE: All 9″ diameter. CONDITION: One with a glazing crack beneath rim and one with a tiny rim chip; otherwise all in very fine condition. 9-91864 (1,000-1,500)

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1630

SET OF TWELVE ROYAL WORCESTER SERVICE PLATES RETAILED BY ADAM FRENCH & CO. BOSTON. First quarter 20th century. `Each decorated with three floral sprays within a gilt decorated band border each marked with a purple crown and circle mark. SIZE: 10 1/4″ diameter. CONDITION: All in very good original condition, one plate with repair to rim edge. 9-91866 (500-750)

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1631

SET OF TWELVE ENGLISH SERVICE PLATES. Service plates having a Crown Sutherland England mark to base. Plates having medium blue field with embossed gold borders and central white center. SIZE: 10-1/4″ dia. CONDITION: Very good, light stacking marks. 9-91523 (400-600)

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1632

8 WEDGWOOD UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SERVICE PLATES. First half 20th century. Decorated in blue and white, each with a pine bough border and a rondel of the seal of the University of Maine centering a rondel depicting an edifice on the grounds of the University. Each plate depicting a different view. Marked on the reverse with various marks including incised Wedgwood mark “Wedgwood Etruria, England” in underglaze, the mark of the Boston importers “Jones, McDuffle & Stratton Co, Boston”, and each mark with the identification of the scene. SIZE: Each 10-1/4″ dia. CONDITION: One plate with quarter-inch old hairline crack at rim, otherwise very fine condition overall. 9-91466 (240-400)

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1633

OUSHAK ORIENTAL CARPET, ANATOLIA Second half 20th century. Blue-black field filled with floral vinery on tan centered within a conforming guard border of scrolling vinery, the outer tan border with flowerheads and simulated dentil molding. SIZE: 9’7″ x 8’2″. CONDITION: Overall very good with fine muted colors and full pile. 9-91325 (1,500-2,000)

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1634