Past Catalogs

Annual Summer Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction
Totals Over $5.2 Million!

August 24th, 25th & 26th 2016: 10am

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James D. Julia’s annual end of summer Fine Art, Asian & Antiques auction spanned 3-days with over 1800 lots! A record of 5,960 registered online bidders representing 48 countries & 729 registered house bidders proving, once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! Strong sales were highlighted by a wonderful Edward Redfield painting which sold for $151,875; An exceptional Samuel Robb carved Indian Maiden realized $97,200; and an outstanding pair of Chinese porcelain plaques by Wang Dafan went out at $121,500. This is just a few of the exciting prices achieved in this 3-day event!

Consignments are now being considered for our annual winter 2017 auction. With the most competitive commission rates in the industry, as low as 0% on high valued items you definitely want to contact us if you are considering selling. Contact Bill Gage, Tony Greist or Katya Tilton at 207-453-7125 or email antiques@jamesdjulia.com for inclusion in this upcoming auction.


February Fine Art, Antiques & Asian Auction
Totals nearly $3.2 Million!

February 3rd, 4th & 5th, 2016: 10am

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The Fine Art, Antique & Asian Department has kicked off 2016 with a fabulous start to the auction season here at James D. Julia, Inc. Our annual winter auction spanned 3-days with over 1350 lots! 5587 registered online bidders representing 54 countries & 734 registered house bidders of which 130 were new bidders to our auction house proving, once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! Strong sales were highlighted by a wonderful atypical example by Martin J. Heade Roman Newsboys II bringing $189,600; a rare & untouched Steeple Chase weathervane realized $115,425; Extraordinarily Rare And Historic Revolutionary War Powder Horn Used By Minuteman Oliver Buttrick At Battle Of Concord, April 19, 1775 demanded a price of $91,125; a finely carved Rhinoceros ‘Scholar’s Cup’ fetched $57,713. This is just a few of the exciting prices achieved in this 3-day event!


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

August 25th-28th, 2015

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James D. Julia’s annual end of summer auction spanned 4-days with over 2600 lots! Nearly 5000 registered online bidders representing 53 countries & 786 registered house bidders proving, once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! Strong sales were highlighted by a magnificent bronze figure of a big horn ram by Carl Rungius which sold for $230,850; A wonderful Gloucester Doorway painting by Abbott F. Grazes realized $60.750; A Chien Lung Pilgrim vase sold for $44,437.50; and a wonderful Antonio Jacobsen ship portrait went out at $41,475. This is just a few of the exciting prices achieved in this 4-day event!

Consignments are now being considered for our annual winter 2016 auction. With the most competitive commission rates in the industry, as low as 0% on high valued items you definitely want to contact us if you are considering selling. Contact Tony Greist or Katya Tilton at 207-453-7125 or email antiques@jamesdjulia.com for inclusion in this upcoming auction.


The Private & Personal Collection of Dr. Helga Wall-Apelt
Totals Nearly $2 Million!

March 23rd, 2015

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Our March Asian auction, which was entirely comprised of the personal collection of Dr. Helga Wall-Apelt, was met with great interest! This collection had been 60 years in the making and each object in her collection was personally selected by Dr. Wall-Apelt during her lifetime. One of the items which saw tremendous competition to acquire was a massive gilt lacquer wood figure of Vairocana, standing 61-1/2” tall went out at $379,200 against its $40,000-60,000 pre-sale estimate! An intricately carved table screen with longevity theme estimated at $20,000-30,000 sold for a strong price of $59,250; A pair of undecorated white jade palace style bowls sold within estimate at $41,475 and a large bronze Ming image of Amida Buddha sold for $41,475 against it’s pre-sale estimate of $4,000-6,000. With most auctions there are always some items which surprises everyone and this sale was no exception. A mottled yellowish jade carving of a carp, estimated at $300-500 saw very competitive bidding until it reached the final sale price of $37,920! However, also like every auction, there are some treasures that have yet to be purchased! Check out these unsold items now and contact us with your offer right away!


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

February 4th, 5th & 6th, 2015

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Estate Collection from a Renowned Taiwan Diplomatic Family Introduction
The Greene Museum of Southern History Collection Introduction

The Fine Art, Antique & Asian Department has kicked off 2015 with a fabulous start to the auction season here at James D. Julia, Inc. Our annual winter auction spanned 3-days with over 2000 lots! 5047 registered online bidders representing 61 countries & 650 registered house bidders proving, once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! Strong sales were highlighted by a magnificent bronze figure of Guanyin on a lotus stand bringing $189,600; a rare & important set of 25 miniature Crowell shorebirds realized an astounding $82,950; A fabulous & important “Blind Tom” “The Slave Musical Genius” Archive fetched $29,625; and an extremely rare silver congressional medal for the survivor “Herbert W. Leach” of the “Jeannette” Arctic Expedition of 1879-1882 sold for $21,330. This is just a few of the exciting prices achieved in this 3-day event!

Consignments are now being considered for our August 2015 Annual Summer Auction which is always a highlight of the summer season in New England. Contact Tony Greist or Katya Tilton at 207-453-7125 or email antiques@jamesdjulia.com for inclusion in this upcoming auction.


Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction
Totals Over $5.7 Million!

August 19th-22nd 2014

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Harold Haliday Costain Introduction
Estate Collection from a Renowned Taiwan Diplomatic Family Introduction
E. Norm Flayderman Introduction

James D Julia’s August auction grossed $5.7 Million, continuing a series of successful sales. Success in many areas brought positive results to consigners and carried on our tradition of providing quality merchandise to our buyers. Our sterling reputation for honest and fair dealing sets us apart and you can rest assured we will do everything we say we’re going to do. No one offers more competitive terms or will get you a greater net return. For approximately 45 years, Julia’s has been at the forefront of the auction world, regularly handling quality estates and collections with great success. We look forward to kicking off the auction year at James D Julia with the February 2015 sale and are now accepting quality consignments for our Winter Fine Art, Asian and Antiques Auction. Categories include paintings, bronzes, rugs, furniture, accessories, folk art and Asian art and antiquities. Whether you have one item or an entire collection, please contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.


Winter Antiques, Asian & Fine Art Auction
Totals Over $4.7 Million!

February 4th-7th, 2014

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The Fine Art, Antique & Asian Department has kicked off 2014 with a bang conducting a 4-day auction with almost 3000 lots! 3244 registered online bidders representing 47 countries & 750 registered house bidders proving, once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! Strong sales were highlighted by a pair of large Chinese Cloisonné Censers achieving $248,850; a Reliquary Chasse went out at $183,675; $53,325 was the price for a fabulous Centaur weathervane and the archive of Capt. Luis F. Emilio brought $207,375 along with many more exciting prices which were achieved.

Consignments are now being considered for our August 2014 Annual Summer Auction which is always a highlight of the summer season in New England. Contact Bill Gage, Tony Greist or Katya Tilton at 207-453-7125 or email antiques@jamesdjulia.com for inclusion in this upcoming auction.


4-Day Antiques, Asian & Fine Art Auction
Totals $5.8 Million!
New Record for our Summer Sale!

August 20th-23rd, 2013

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Day 1 showed great results with strong demand for both paintings and bronzes. Day 2 showed fabulous results continuing the upward trend for American and European antiques. Day 3 had strong results in the sale including Louis Vuitton trunks bringing over $75,000, and a rare set of Warren MacArthur selling over $43,000. Day 4 Our strongest day with over 2.5 million sold with the highlight being lot 4132, a Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze bringing $438,450.


Winter Antique, Asian & Fine Art Auction
Totals $4 Million!

Jan. 30-31 & Feb. 1, 2013

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Day 1 was highlighted by the John F. Gale collection of Cape Ann art. The collection brought just under $1,000,000, and was highlighted by strong prices for Aldro T. Hibbard, William Lester Stevens, and Frederick Mulhaupt paintings. Day 2 showed strong results with an upswing in prices paid for Early American and Victorian furniture and accessories. The Asian session on Day 3 experienced the 2nd most expensive item in this division when a Korean longevity screen brought $603,750.

We are now currently accepting consignments for our Annual Summer Auction. With record breaking prices now being achieved, do not wait, give us a call or email today!


Annual End of Summer Antique & Fine Art Auction
Totals Nearly $4.5 Million!

August 21st-24th, 2012

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The Antique & Fine Art Department ended the summer with a bang! Our largest offering with over 3,000 lots bringing nearly 4.5 million!!! With nearly 1800 registered bidders representing 39 countries proving once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! We saw new buyers entering the market which was a reassuring sign that the market is on an upswing. The collectible market showed its strength with the Asian section demanding the most attention driving many lots well over their high estimates.

We have been extremely successful in our Asian Arts sessions in our last three auctions and we invite you to contact James Callahan, our Director of Asian Arts for inclusion in this next sale.


Winter Antiques & Fine Art Auction
Grosses Over $3 Million!

February 2, 3 & 4, 2012

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We have been extremely successful in our Asian Arts section in our last two auctions and we are seeking quality consignments for our Important August Sale.

The Antique & Fine Art Department has kicked off the auction year with an outstanding 3- day sale! With over 1300 registered bidders representing 28 countries proves, once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! Strong sales were highlighted by a pair of Chinese Huanghuali Yokeback Armchairs from the Hobart Collection achieving $460,000.

Consignments are now being considered for our August 2012 Annual Summer Auction which is always a highlight of the summer season in New England. Contact Bill Gage or Tony Greist at 207-453-7125 or email antiques@jamesdjulia.com


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

August 23-26, 2011

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The Antique & Fine Art Department ended the summer with a bang! Our largest antique & fine art sale in our history bringing over $5 million!!! With over 1700 registered bidders representing 29 countries proving once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! We saw new buyers entering the market which was a reassuring sign that the market is on an upswing. The collectible market showed its strength with the Asian section demanding the most attention with several lots bringing in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.


2-Day Winter Antique & Fine Art Auction
Totals Nearly $2.2 Million!!!

February 3rd & 4th, 2011

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The Antique & Fine Art Department has kicked off the auction year with an outstanding sale! With over 1400 registered bidders representing 17 countries proves, once again, that fresh, quality items, carrying conservative estimates, combined with the most expansive marketing campaign, guarantees maximum results! We saw new buyers and the resurgence of dormant buyers, a reassuring sign that the market is on an upswing. The collectible market showed its strength with the sale of a Marblehead Vase at $86,250.


End of Summer Spectacular Maine Auction
Totals Nearly $3 Million!!!

August 25th - 27th, 2010

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Outstanding results were achieved in all areas highlighted by a set of 17 silk trade banners fetching $125,350 and being purchased by a consortium of Maine Institutions and Organizations. This method of purchase, being the first of its kind to our knowledge, shows Maine as an innovator in its quest to retain significant cultural and artistic State treasures. The sale showed strength in fresh to the market goods which consistently achieved much higher than expected results.


2-Day Winter Antiques & Fine Art Auction
Pre-sale Low Estimate $2.3 Million
Realized Over $4 Million!!!

February 4 & 5, 2010

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Yorktown Map sells for
ONE MILLION ONE HUNDRED
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS!!

The most expensive antique ever sold in Maine at auction & also the world record for any map ever sold at auction!


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Annual End of the Summer Spectacular Maine Auction
Totals $3.1 Million!

August 25 - 29, 2009

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This was our largest grossing antique & fine arts sale ever conducted at our Fairfield, Maine facility; with 1225 registered bidders representing 17 different countries. Along with a capacity crowd, active internet participation and a telephone bank that, in several occasions showed 16 people standing, bidding was very active and proved that fresh conservatively estimated quality goods are still in demand and can fetch strong prices.

“The Villa Borghese, Rome, 1871” by George P. Inness $132,250
Apple Blossoms oil painting by Martin J. Heade $126,500
“Morning Mist, Pin Mill” oil painting by Edward B. Seago $59,800
“Avant Le Nuit (Finlande)” oil painting by Ivan D. Choultse $57,500
Outstanding carved NW Coast Cedar Bird-Formed Oil Dish $$39,100
Important American Pictorial Hooked Rug $32,200
Outstanding Zinc Statue of an Indian Warrior $28,750
“Morning Along Creek, 1928” by Emile A. Gruppe $24,150
Portrait of the CB. Hazeltineby Percy A. Sanborn $20,700
“The Star” bronze by Harriet Whitney Frishmuth $11,788

Annual Winter Antique & Fine Art Auction
Sale Totals Over $1.5 Million!

February 6 & 7, 2009

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This sale met with great enthusiasm with great attendance both by in house bidders, telephone & absentee bidders and internet bidding through Artfact Live. Great items still attain great prices as illustrated by our stag weathervane which fetched $83,375.


Spectacular Summer Auction
A New Record for the Samoset Auction $5,000,000!

August 26-28, 2008

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Our 21st annual Samoset sale was a huge success! The extraordinary array of merchandise found buyers from all across the country and the world!

DAY 1: Includes Victorian & Custom Furniture & Accessories including Herter, Belter, Meeks, Horner, Mallard, Hagen & other high end ornate furniture including a rare etagere attributed to Belter and Herter dresser with Vanderbilt provenance; Small Antiquities collection; Bronzes; Sterling silver including Tiffany; Clocks; Jewelry including extraordinary pocket watches & diamond jewelry; Porcelain, Glass, Oriental rugs; Orientalia including Jade & ivory & much more.

DAY 2: Early American and European furniture & accessories including outstanding Folk Art highlighted by 13 Earl Cunningham paintings, a Fabulous carved Goddess of Liberty figure, Two large carved eagle sternboards, Rare & Important Weathervanes; Carved Eagles & Portraits, Ship, Nautical, China Trade & 18 Percy Sanborn paintings; Important Books including an 1803 American Pilot, 8 Signed Books from the Library of John Adams; Clocks; Large quantity of Furniture including Four highboys; Slant Lid Desks; Beds; Card Tables; Chairs; Cast Iron Bank Collection; Dedham Pottery Collection; Important English & American Silver; Fabulous Oriental Rugs; Rare Quilts & much more.

DAY 3: 600+ American & European Paintings (Folk Art, Portraits; Ship, Nautical, Percy Sanborn & China Trade paintings will be sold in Session 2).



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

January 31, February 1 & 2, 2008

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Our largest winter sale ever attracted bidders from across the world competing from the internet, telephones, absentee and in the gallery. Highlighted by the extraordinary bidding frenzy for the American Pilot chart book which ended up at $408,250 with a floor bidder walking away the victor! The art market continues to be strong and continued strength at the top of the market.


May Antiques & Fine Arts Auction
Spring Auction Brings in Over $685,000!

May 5, 2007

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Our Spring Antique Sale was a success with many items bringing over their estimates. This one day auction with over 700 lots was sold in two sessions. MORNING SESSION: We sold antiques & accessories incl 100 lots of Native American incl beadwork, basketry & pottery; Oriental Porcelain; Lighting; Folk Art; Oriental Rugs; Fire Buckets & Fireman related items; Early, Victorian & Custom furniture; Clocks; Bronzes; 35 Decoys; Baby Grand piano; Outstanding Tiffany & English silver; 2006 Ford Mustang Convertible and much more. AFTERNOON SESSION: started at approximately 3:00, after the conclusion of the first session, where we sold the paintings incl important American & European artists.


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

August 28th-30th, 2007

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Our annual end of summer extravaganza held at the Samoset Resort in Rockland, Maine was a huge success with sales totaling nearly $4.6 million. With over 700 lots of fine art and over 1000 lots of furniture, folk art and accessories this sale was a three-day event not to be missed. We are already accepting consignments for next years summer sale as well as our Winter & Spring sales.


Annual Winter Antiques & Fine Art Auction
Totals Over $2.4 Million!

February 2nd-4th, 2007

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This sale will feature a collection of Currier & Ives prints including rare examples; Fine Rockport/Gloucester School paintings; Along with a great selection of art collected across the United States. Antiques will include American & European furniture & accessories.

Item Sold
Oil Painting by Ivan F. Choultse (Est. $20,000-30,000) $106,950
Oil Painting by Ivan F. Choultse (Est. $30,000-50,000) $103,500
Outstanding 4-Piece Bedroom Set $63,250
Oil Painting by James Bard $51,750
Oil Painting by Emile A. Gruppe $36,800
Oriental Rug $23,000
Set of 4 Currier & Ives Prints $18,400
KPM Plaque $18,400
Camille Faure Limoges Vase $13,200
Folk Art Theorem $16,100

Spectacular 3 Day Antiques & Fine Art Auction
A Huge Success Totaling Over $4.2 Million!

August 22nd-24th, 2006

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Our annual end of summer auction is always a great sale which includes American & European Fine Art, American & European Furniture & Accessories, Silver, Folk Art Nautical and much more. With last year’s sale grossing over $3.3 million this is a sale you will not want to miss!

Item Estimate Sold
Abbott Fuller Graves Est. $30,000-50,000 $80,500
Allen Butler Talcott Est. $9,000-12,000 $20,700
Jules V. Guerin Est $6,500-8,500 $12,650
Four Charles II Candlesticks Est $15,000-25,000 $106,375
George I/II Irish Punchbowl Est $10,000-20,000 $97,750
Folk Art Victorla Cabinet Est $5,000-15,000 $63,250
Thomas Jefferson Letter Est $10,000-20,000 $34,500
Tiffany Diamond Ring Est. $25,000-35,000 $47,150
Kentucky Derby Trophy Est. $18,000-25,000 $28,750


3-Day Winter Antiques & Fine Art Auction
A Success Totaling Over $1.9 Million!

January 25th-27th, 2006

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Item Sold
Rembrandt Bugatti $80,500
Steeple Chase Horse Weathervane $35,650
Golden Spike from the Transcontinental RR $27,025
1951 Bentley $23,000
Pr Chinese Export Famile Rose Tureens $19,550
Edouard Adam $17,825
Outstanding Oak & Leaded Glass Sideboard $63,250
Thomas Jefferson Letter $11,212
English Chippendale George III Games Table $9,487
11″ Camille Faure Art Deco Vase $9,200

Annual Samoset Auction
Our Largest Grossing Summer Auction: $3.3 Million!

August 24th-26th, 2005

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Our annual end of summer auction is always a great sale which includes American & European Fine Art, American & European Furniture & Accessories, Silver, Folk Art Nautical and much more. This is a sale you will not want to miss!



Paul Sample “Coffee Time in America” (34″ x 40″)
Sold: $109,250


Antique & Fine Art Spring Auction
Sale Totals Over $750k!

May 5 & 6, 2005

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This will be a cataloged sale with American & European art, silver, American & European furniture & accessories. Included in this sale is an important Tennessee Collection of prehistoric Indian artifacts from the Allen Graves Estate including figural pipes, arrowheads, pottery and stone implements.

Item Sold
Important Estate Collection of 425+ Autographs $33,350
Rare Cased Tall Clock by Jacob Maus $25,875
Oil on Canvas by Frank Lobdell $25,875
Oil on Canvas Abstract by Frank Lobdell $23,000
Pr Chinese Export Famile Rose Tureens $16,100
Oil on Canvas by James S. King $15,812
Oil on Canvas by Edward Moran $13,225
Oil on Canvas by Richard Hayley Lever $11,500
Oil on Canvas by Alfred Thompson Bricher $11,212
Patek Philippe 18K 29 Jewel 1 Minute Repeater Pocket Watch $11,212
Oil on Panel by Pieter C. Dommersen $8,050
Pair of Cloisonne Vases $7,820

Winter Antiques & Fine Art Auction
A Great Success at Over $1.6 Million!

January 26th-28th, 2005

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This sale featured additional items from the Woolworth Collection (FW Woolworth Dept. Store Family) including furniture, silver and oriental export; 200+ American & European paintings from various sources; Important wood and gilt metal cod weathervane from Kennebunkport, Maine; Historical documents including Commissioning paper sgd Abraham Lincoln; Fine painted furniture and good accessories from an Ohio collection and much more.

Items sold

  • Knight Painting $310,500
  • Wool Quilt $97,750
  • Commemorative Half Dollars $87,400
  • Buffet Painting $35,650
  • Napoleon Book$29,900
  • Chippendale Desk $16,100
  • Pair of Mirrors $15,525
  • Chinese Export Dinner Service $13,800
  • Lenk Painting$13,225
  • Willard Clock $11,500


Summer Auction Totals Over $2.1 Million

August 25th-27th, 2004

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Our 2004 Annual Summer Antiques & Fine Arts Auction at the Samoset Resort in Rockland, Maine was a wonderful succcess totaling over $2.1 Million. A variety of lots were offered including Nautical, American Indian, Jewelry, Photography, Weathervanes, Sterling Silver, Bronzes, Oriental Porcelain, Porcelain, Scrimshaw, Early Glass, Victorian Furniture, Samplers, Folk Art, Clocks, Oil Paintings, Watercolors, Mirrors and Oriental Rugs.

Item Sold
OOC by Granville Redmond $97,750
David Sterenberg Still Life OOC $43,700
Ogden Pleissner Snow Shoot $40,250
OOC Portrait of Lady Robinson by Romney $31,625
4-pc Parlor Suite Attr to Chas Boudoine $29,900
18th C QA Maple Highboy $20,125
Early Coin Silver Water Pitcher $15,237
Cased Ship Diorama $11,500
2 Tiffany Sterling & Lenox Cups. $10,062
Fine Set of Hitchcock Side Chairs $9,200

Winter Antique & Fine Art Auction
Sale Grosses Over $1.5 Million!

January 8-10, 2004

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The featured Woolworth Collection grossed over $575,000 contributing significantly to the immensely successful 3 Day event which totaled over $1.6 Million.

Item Sold
Ogden M. Pleissner $49,450
Cir.of Adriaen De Gryeff $47,150
Set of 8 Geo. III Chairs $34,500
Geo. II Giltwood Mirror $31,625
Geo. I m/t Console Table $28,175
Edward Berge Bronze $24,725
Folk Art Hooked Rug $13,800
Antonio Jacobsen Ptng. $13,800
African-Amer. Ambrotypes $12,190
Stag Head Trophy Mount $5,750


Spring Antique & Fine Art Auction
Over $330K Sold!

April 19, 2003

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Item Sold
Lg. OOC by Ernest Lawson $20,412.50
Federal Card Table Sgnd. I&S (Jacob Sanderson) $17,250
Lg. OOB by Antonio Jacobsen $11,500
OOC by Anthony Thieme $7,762.50
OOB by Edwin Augustus Harleston $5,692.50
OOC by Walter Kuhn $5,750
Lot of G.A.R. Medals $5,175
OOC by James Gale Tyler $4,600
Fine Pair of Sheraton Card Tables $2,242.50
Pair of Maine License Plates $603.75

Winter Antique & Fine Art Auction
An Incredible Sale Reacing Over $1 Million!

January 11, 2003

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Item Sold
Outstanding OOB by William Glackens $189,750
OOC by Edouard Cortes Sold $25,875
OOB by Francis Augustus Silva $20,700
OOC by David Johnson $18,975
OOC by Bruce Crane $18,975
OOC by Paul Cornoyer $17,250
Rare Tiffany Yacht Trophy Pitcher $12,075
Orotone Photograph by Edward S. Curtis $8,740
Chelsea Ship’s Bell Clock $6,300
Majolica Oyster Plate $2,300

Spectacular Samoset 2002 Auction
Grosses Over $2.4 Million!

August 22 & 23, 2002

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Item Sold
James Bard Painting $145,500
William Trost Richards Painting $140,000
4 piece Russian Faberge Sterling Tea Set $102,600
John Belter Sofa (WORLD RECORD!) $63,000
Thomas Moran Painting $55,200
Thomas Hill Painting $51,750
Cigar Store Indian Princes $12,075
John Belter Table $48,300
William Trost Richads Painting $34,500
1940 Ford Deluxe Woody $24,150

Spectacular Maine Auction
A Success at Over $500k!

April 20, 2002

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A sampling of some of the fine items sold at our recent spring auction include a lifesize garden statue of a pointer by the Janes-Kirtland Co. sold for $26,450

Item Sold
Queen Anne Tea Table $5,750
Windsor Desk on Frame $3,162
Outstanding Folk Art Carved Indian Root Club $1,667
George Boyd Plover Decoy $12,075
Elmer Crowell Goose Decoy $2,990
Watercolor of Pointer by Edmund H. Osthaus $9,487