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

Auction: January 11, 2003

Preview: January 10, 2003

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

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MINIATURE SPINNING WHEEL. Fully functioning with good detail. Made of carved walnut. Nice quality. SIZE: 11-1/2” h x 11” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92784 (150-250)


PAINT DECORATED FOOTSTOOL. Dark red paint with black and gold lined highlights. Small hole in middle for moving. SIZE: 9-1/2” h x 18” w x 8” d. CONDITION: Repair on skirt, some minor wear, good. 9-92429 (100-200)


TOOLED LEATHER HINGED BOX. Decorated with flowers and leaves, all over leather decoration and lined interior. SIZE: 9” h x 14” w x 8” d. CONDITION: Side handles missing, minor imperfections, generally good. 9-92450 (300-500)


ANTIQUE WROUGHT IRON PENNSYLVANIA SCROLLWORK AND ROOSTER WEATHERVANE. Arrow has 9” rooster silhouette with round scrollwork at feathered end. Top finial has three arrow points with scrollwork. Bottom section with scrollwork. SIZE: 37” h x 39” w. CONDITION: Split in rooster, otherwise very good. 9-93240 (500-1,000)


NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER BY CLARISSA ELLEN HALL. Dover, Age 12 1846. Colorful sampler has flower and bird border with alpha-numeric lines. Name, location and date at bottom. Housed in an early mahogany veneered frame. SIGHT SIZE: 20-3/4” x 18-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92811 (500-1,000)


LARGE PAIR OF BALL TOP BRASS ANDIRONS. This antique set has matching log stops, turned shaft with melon type center, large ball on top with beehive type feet. SIZE: 21-1/2” h. CONDITION: Some small dents, otherwise good. 9-93107 (500-800)


BRASS AND WIRE FIREPLACE SCREEN. First half of the 19th C. D-shaped with three ball finials, decorative scroll wire. SIZE: 20-1/2” h x 34” w x 14” d. CONDITION: Good. Some bends in wire. 9-93279 (200-400)


MAHOGANY ONE DRAWER DROP LEAF DINING TABLE. Fine quality made with quality wood, single board top has molded edge with D-shaped leaves. Dovetailed short drawer has separate original lidded secret drawer, which fits behind it. An unusual feature to be found. Four spiral carved legs terminate in brass cupped castor feet. Probably New York or Pennsylvania. SIZE: 29-1/2” h x 20-1/4” w closed; 48-1/4” open. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93292 (500-800)


T. BAILEY (American, 20th century) TALL SHIP PORTRAIT. Oil on canvas seascape shows large sailing ship in full sail coming at viewer through choppy sea. Blue sky with white and pink clouds. Housed in a gold molded wood frame. Signed lower right T. Bailey. SIZE: 32” x 24”. CONDITION: Very good 9-92834 (300-500)


MAJOLICA: LARGE SHEAF OF WHEAT PITCHER. Deep blue background with colorful wheat stalks. Pink interior, unmarked base. SIZE: 9 1/2″ h CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-257 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: LARGE CORN PITCHER. Well defined corn cob body with green leaves and handle. Pink interior, unmarked. SIZE: 10″ CONDITION: Small base chip, otherwise very good. 9-52-343 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: OUTSTANDING CHEESE DOME IN THE PICKET FENCE AND FLORAL MOTIF BY GEORGE JONES. Rare cobalt blue with bands of pink and white flowers on a yellow vine. Green vine handle. Turquoise blue center to bottom plate. Impressed mark to base, also writing 2230B. SIZE: 7 1/2″ h x 10″ w CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-263 (1,500-2,500)


MAJOLICA: OYSTER PLATE HOLDCROFT-TYPE. Four outside wells with blue glaze, dark pink center well. Decorated with white flowers. Unsigned with a blue and brown mottled back. SIZE: 9-1/2″ x 7-1/2″. CONDITION: Small chip to well edge, otherwise very good. 9-52-254 (300-500)


MAJOLICA: OYSTER PLATE. Kidney shaped with five pink wells and green coral decoration. Unmarked, yellow back with three ribbed feet. SIZE: 10″ x 7″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-253 (300-500)


MAJOLICA: OYSTER PLATE. Flower petal form with six outside wells in pink and blue with center well in a mottled brown. Unmarked, green and brown mottled back. SIZE: 9-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good, two small lines which are in the making. 9-52-243 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: FISH PITCHER. Large fish has curled up tail making handle, large open mouth with red interior. Round pedestal base, bottom marked WD. Fish in colors in green, ivory, and brown. SIZE: 11 1/2″ h CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-341 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: MONKEY PITCHER. Full figure monkey has head just under spout, he sits on grass with arms behind holding edge of handle. Unmarked with nice colors, pink interior. SIZE: 6″ h CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-324 (200-400)


CARVED BLACK FOREST BEAR. 26” fully carved bear with glass eyes and open mouth holds front arms out with paws up. He stands on a small arched bridge with shaped carved base. Possibly held tray or used as a holder. SIZE: 31” h x 17” d x 13” w. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-92768 (2,000-3,000)


EDWARD S. CURTIS (American, 1868-1952) “THE SCOUT APACHE”. Fine orotone photograph. Gold toned photograph shows Apache Indian brave atop horse against a sky background with cactus in foreground. Original carved wood and gilt frame having The Curtis Studio label on reverse also partial title label, also a pen title with initials. Signed bottom right “Curtis”. SIGHT SIZE: 7-1/2” x 9-1/2”. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93109 (2,000-3,000)


FINE PAIR OF NORTHERN ARAPAHO FULLY BEADED MOCCASINS. Turquoise background with red, black and white geometric shapes. SIZE: 10-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93515 (900-1,200)


PAIR OF NORTHERN ARAPAHO BEADED MOCCASINS. White, black, yellow and red bead design on a turquoise bead field fully surrounding moccasin. Upper areas with no bead work. SIZE: 9-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93521 (800-1,200)


FINE PAIR OF SIOUX BEADED MOCCASINS. White, red, blue, lavender, yellow and green beads in a nice geometric design. SIZE: 9-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93516 (1,000-1,500)


FINE PAIR OF SOUTHERN CHEYENNE FULLY BEADED MOCCASINS. White, blue, turquoise, orange and yellow beads. colorful triangles with a white bead background fully surround the moccasin. Tongues and upper top without beads. SIZE: 10” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93517 (800-1,200)


PAIR OF NORTHERN ARAPAHO/PLAINS BEADED CHILD’S MOCCASINS. Green, white, blue, yellow and red beads. Nice beaded colorful design. Some brass beads. SIZE: 7” l. CONDITION: Good. Only some minor imperfections. 9-93527 (450-600)


N. CURRIER (Publisher, 19th Century) “THE LAST WAR-WHOOP”. Large color folio print shows cowboy on brown horse with revolver in hand looking down at Indian with hand to mouth, black horse beside. After a painting by A. F. Tait and lithographed by N. Currier, N. York, Dated 1856. Print is housed in a period gilt molded wood frame. REFERENCE: Conningham No. 3457. Companion to “The Pursuit”. SIGHT SIZE: 21-3/4” x 28”. CONDITION: Two vertical foxing lines and brown toning to margins. Colors are still strong. Un-restored, no tears, not laid down. 9-92530 (1,500-2,000)


N. CURRIER (Publisher, 19th Century) “THE PURSUIT”. Large color folio print shows man on horseback chasing an Indian with spear on horseback. After a painting by A.F. Tait and lithographed by N. Currier, N.York. Dated 1856. Print is housed in a period walnut carved frame with gold liner. REFERENCE: Conningham No. 4974. Companion to “The Last War – Whoop”. SIGHT SIZE: 21” x 27-3/4”. CONDITION: Fair, unrestored with some browning, stains and two tears, one in the upper margin and one in the lower margin. Not laid down. 9-92528 (1,000-2,000)


N. CURRIER (Publisher, 19th Century) A CHECK “KEEP YOUR DISTANCE”. Large color folio print shows man on horseback shooting at Indians on horseback. After a painting by A.F. Tait and lithographed by N. Currier, NY. Dated 1853. Print is housed in a replacement silver gilt molded frame. Label on back “The Old Print Mart, New York City”. REFERENCE: Conningham No. 1021. This print is the companion piece to “The Prairie Hunter”. SIGHT SIZE: 17-1/2” x 23-1/2”. CONDITION: An old repair to vertical tear from top edge to horses mouth, approx. 7” l. Otherwise good. Not examined out of frame. 9-92527 (400-600)


GOOD QUEEN ANNE DROP LEAF ROUND DINING TABLE. Good old finish, cherry. SIZE: 28” h x 13-1/2” closed; 47-1/2” open; x 48” d. CONDITION: Very good. Top is detached from base. 9-93440 (2,000-4,000)


GOOD CONTINUOUS ARM WINDSOR CHAIR IN RED PAINT. Bamboo style turnings with large carved seat. Shaped arms and spindle back. Old red paint. SIZE: 38” h x 17” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92332 (500-1,000)


FINE CHIPPENDALE INLAID MIRROR WITH BASKET OF FLOWERS. Mahogany mirror has scrolled crest with oval inlay of flower. Line inlaid frame with side decorations of flower and leaves. Bottom scrolled crest. Top crest has urn of flowers, which spread out on wires. SIZE: 48” h. CONDITION: Some repair and some repair needed. Generally good. 9-92934 (800-1,200)


DAVID JOHNSON (American, 1827-1908) “SKETCH AT GEORGETOWN, CONN”. Wonderful oil on canvas summer landscape with man walking with walking stick on dirt path. Along side hill with four cows, trees and rocks. Mountains in background, blue sky and white and grayish clouds. Signed lower left with artists’ monogram, titled and signed on back of canvas Sketch at Georgetown Conn. David Johnson. Housed in its original fancy gold decorated gesso frame with gold liner and glass window. With metal frame tag on center front David Johnson N.A. PROVENANCE: A fine Florida home; part of a collection that has descended in the same family since their purchase in the first quarter of the 20th C. SIZE: 11″ h x 13-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good. Original untouched condition. 9-93254 (12,000-18,000)


BRUCE CRANE (American, 1857-1937) “INDIAN RIVER, CONN.”. Wonderful oil on canvas landscape shows sandy dirt road leading to bridge over river to a white New England farm house. Past bridge in moored sailboat and small row boat on sand in foreground. Gray storm clouds coming in from the left side, start to obscure blue sky with white clouds. Signed lower right Bruce Crane and titled on back of stretcher in pencil “Indian River, Conn”. Housed in its original fancy gold decorated gesso frame with gold liner and glass window. With metal frame tag on center front Bruce Crane. PROVENANCE: A fine Florida home; part of a collection that has descended in the same family since their purchase in the first quarter of the 20th C. SIZE: 16″ x 24″. CONDITION: Very good. Original untouched condition. 9-93251 (6,000-8,000)


BRUCE CRANE (American, 1857-1937) GOLDEN HILLS. Oil on board shows hills with trees in colors of yellow and greens. Signed lower right Bruce Crane. Housed in a replacement gilt molded wood frame. SIZE: 9″ x 12″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-92697 (2,500-4,000)


BEN FOSTER (American, 1852-1926) “EARLY MORNING MT. DESERT ISLAND, MAINE”. Large oil on canvas scene shows early morning sunrise on bush covered sand dunes. A flock of seagulls flies over central sky area. A sliver of red morning sunlight is seen at left distance. A dark, but very well done painting. Signed lower right “Ben Foster”. Housed in a fine gilt gesso decorated frame with white linen liner with a “Guido Frame Studio, Boston” stamp. Title written on frame. SIZE: 42” x 59”. CONDITION: Relined. Canvas has air pockets where old and new canvas did not glue properly. Some repair with inpainting. Otherwise very good. 9-93423 (6,000-8,000)


FINE SAROUK/KASHAN ROOM SIZE ORIENTAL RUG. Antique rug has burgundy field with interesting flower design. Multiple borders with predominant colors of blue, ivory and red. From an Ellsworth, Maine estate. SIZE: 14’9” x 10’10”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93430 (4,000-6,000)


ENGLISH BRACKET CLOCK BY GEORGE JAMISON OF PORTSEA, ENGLAND. Double fusee with bell strike and shutoffs. Metal decorated bracket feet. Side and top handles. Brass movement signed “George Jamison Portsea”. Jamison also had a shop in London. Key and pendulum present. SIZE: 25” h x 21-1/2” w x 12” d. CONDITION: Dial has flaking and cracking. Two splits in veneer top. Otherwise very good. 9-93065 (6,500-8,500)


GOOD SMALL PINE CORNER CUPBOARD. Top has large glass door with heavy triangular shaped mullions and three shaped shelves behind. Two small central drawers with bone escutcheons. One long double paneled horizontal door, short bracket base and one shaped shelf below. Nice molded cornice and side moldings. SIZE: 76” h x 45” w x (interior shelf depth) 16-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93203 (1,000-2,000)


MAHOGANY MARINE STICK BAROMETER BY REYNOLDS & WIGGINS. 16 John St. Minories, London. With ivory register with thermometer and hygrometer. With brass cistern and carved foliate bottom. SIZE: 37″ h. CONDITION: Missing top and bottom glass. Top tube broken. Otherwise good. 9-93269 (750-1,000)


AMERICAN/BRITISH (19th century) IDYLLIC SILK NEEDLEWORK LANDSCAPE. Oval needlework and watercolor scene shows man in foreground fishing, man in boat with wood nets, house and tree on peninsula. Watercolor sky and mountains in background. The picture has a reverse painted rectangular glass with oval window. Black background with flowers at the corners. Fine carved and gesso decorated gilt frame. SIZE INSIDE OVAL: 10” x 11 3/4” CONDITION: Needlework is very good, corner break in reverse painted glass with some black missing; otherwise very good. 9-93058 (1,500-2,000)


FINE ENGLISH MAHOGANY INLAID LONG CASE TALL CLOCK CIRCA 1815. Unsigned case has inlaid conch shell and vases of flowers. Base has decorative inlays. Good mahogany veneers. Waist has corner reeding. Hood has chinoiserie decorated top panels. White painted dial has sweep second hand and inner dial. Calendar aperture running eight-day. Panels on top of bonnet match the drawings on the dial. Phases of the moon register. Pendulum and weights present. SIZE: 94” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93057 (7,500-10,000)


DAVID COX SR. (British, 1783-1859) “UNLOADING THE CATCH”. Watercolor on paper shows two horses and wagon with five people on sandy beach. Ships are behind with sails on blue ocean. Signed lower left, paper on back indicates drawing was done circa 1850, cleaned and restored by B. Wightman London, England 1974. Housed in a thin molded and gilt frame with white mat. Provenance: Purchased at Sotheby’s London England. SIGHT SIZE: 8″ x 11-1/2″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-92764 (2,000-4,000)


NICHOLAS POCOCK (British, 1740-1821) “HAULING A BOAT ASHORE”. Watercolor on paper shows six men pulling a boat onshore with several ships in water surrounded by rocky cliffs. Housed in a simple molded wood gilt frame with white mat. Signed and dated N Pocock 1792 lower right. SIZE: 15 1/4″ x 21″ CONDITION: Good. 9-92765 (2,000-4,000)


THREE PEDESTAL DUNCAN PHYFE STYLE MAHOGANY CENTENNIAL DINING TABLE. Two D-shaped ends with three leg pedestals, wide center section with four leg pedestal. Reeded table edge. Good turned post with reeding to top of outsweeping legs. Brass cupped claw feet with brass castors. SIZE: 29-1/2” h x 46-1/2” w x 82” (without leaves); five leaves (22-1/2”; 12”; 12”; 22”; 23”). Extended 173-1/2”. Leaves are joined by brass clips, which are present. CONDITION: Old finish. Some uneven finish and ring spots. 9-92781 (2,000-3,000)


FINE SET OF SIX CENTENNIAL MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE STYLE DINING CHAIRS. Set consists of four side and two arm chairs. Good pierced splat with carved crest, carved ball and claw foot, legs with leaf carving. Gold over upholstered seats. SIZE: 38” h x 18” seat height. CONDITION: Refinished. Very good, some stains to upholstery. 9-92782 (2,000-3,000)


FINE PAIR OF POLYCHROMED CHINESE COVERED DUCK TUREENS. Two part tureens have top section with yellow background, colorful blue, red and yellow feathers. Head stands erect and slightly turned with gray bill. Base has yellow ground with just the ends of the wings in color. End has signature mark. One tureen is marked “14” on both parts, the other “23”. 19th Century. SIZE: 10” h x 13-1/2” l x 8” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92788 (3,000-5,000)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE COVERED BOAR HEAD TUREEN. Boar head handles. Cover does not have slot. SIZE: 6-1/2” h x 10” l x 8-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93368 (500-800)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE HOT WATER DISH. SIZE: 2-1/2” h x 11” x 9-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93377 (500-800)


CANTON: ELEVEN BLUE AND WHITE PLATES. SIZE: 8-1/2”. CONDITION: One with chip, one with hairlines, otherwise very good. 9-92578 (500-700)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE LARGE CUT CORNER PLATTER. SIZE: 17” x 14-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93359 (400-600)


ORIENTAL EXPORT PIERCED DOUBLE HANDLE BASKET. Inside bottom decorated with shield and “D”. Nice lattice work sides. SIZE: 3” h x 7” w x 6” d. CONDITION: Professional repair to one end. 9-92854 (300-500)


WILLIAM MERRITT CHASE (American, 1849-1916) STILL LIFE WITH FISH AND SHRIMP. Large oil on canvas still life scene shows fish laid out on table top with mussels and shells beside. In back of fish is a large brass pail and small white bowl of red shrimp with several on table. Signed center left “W.M. Chase”. Housed in a replacement gilt molded wood frame. Painting has been relined and re-stretched on a new stretcher. PROVENANCE: A Maine collector. SIZE: 26″ x 38-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good, relined, three small areas restored-retouched. 9-92708 (15,000-25,000)


ALFRED THOMPSON BRICHER (American, 1837-1908) NEW ENGLAND SPRING LANDSCAPE. Outstanding watercolor and gouache on paper/board of panoramic landscape with New England farmhouse, meadows and lily pond. Sunlit blue sky with white edged clouds. Birds fly above farmhouse, sheets out on clothesline, white flowers bloom along small pond. Signed lower right with conjoined AT Bricher. Original gold molded wood flat frame with ” Henry Schultheis Co. NYC” framing label to reverse. PROVENANCE: A fine Florida home; part of a collection that has descended in the same family since their purchase in the first quarter of the 20th C. SIZE: 18″ x 24″. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93256 (7,000-9,000)


STEPHEN MORGAN ETNIER (American, 1903-1984) BEACH AT OGUNQUIT. Oil on canvas painting shows family on beach with small sailboat. Ocean inlet with sails in background. Signed lower left Stephen Etnier. Double window type frame with linen liner. A nice example by this artist. SIGHT SIZE: 8 1/2″ x 13 1/2″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-92707 (6,000-8,000)


FINE MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK. Four graduated drawers with original hardware. Original base has drop center skirt. Fine graduated mahogany . Interior with eight cubby holes and six drawers. Center carved door with two drawer and two cubby holes. Bracket base, rose head nails on two backboards. SIZE: 42-1/2″ h x 3″ w x 23″ d. CONDITION: Very good, feet have minor repair. 9-92672 (4,000-8,000)


WILLIAM MATTHEW PRIOR (American, 1806-1873) PORTRAIT OF ABRAHAM HAMMETT. Signed on reverse “Mr. Abraham Hammett Sept 7. 1830 by Prior”. Portrait shows a handsome man with black hair and brown eyes. Brass button coat with arms crossed at waist. Off his left shoulder is a window with outside scene. PROVENANCE: Exhibited at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center Williamsburg, VA in their “Making Faces; Aspect of American Portraiture (March 20th, 1977-April 30th 1978)”. Accompanied by a letter from the then curator, Donald Walters, stating the importance of the painting, both in Prior’s career and to the exhibition. Also listed in the Boston Anthenaeum Art Exhibition Index 1827-1874. Exhibited in 1831 as No. 213. Comes with mahogany period frame, which is missing its wood oval windowed matte. SIZE: 30″ x 24″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93448 (17,500-22,500)


ONE DRAWER HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE. Dovetailed drawer has decorative bail handle. Inside of drawer signed “T.H”. Square leaves with Santa Domingan mahogany. Late 18th C. SIZE: 28-3/4” h x 31-1/4” d x 18-3/4” w closed; 35-1/2” open. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93056 (800-1,000)


VERY RARE ELNATHAN TABER BANJO CLOCK. Dial signed “Warranted E. Taber”. The works are engraved twice by E. Taber and apparently was done when the clock was returned to Taber for adjustments or a cleaning. Deadbeat movement. Side arms and finial are not original. Glass is original and bottom door has Coat of Arms, which probably is one of the original state emblems, with eagle. This clock was made when Taber was working for Simon Willard and being his master apprentice, he allowed Taber to sign his clocks. SIZE: 33-1/2” h. CONDITION: Bottom door glass is badly broken and held in place by another piece of glass. Otherwise, as described above. 9-93067 (18,000-22,000)


FINE LEVI HUTCHINS, CONCORD INLAID CHERRY TALL CASE CLOCK. Dial has phases on the moon register, minute and date registers with decorative hands. Corner of dial has star type motif with gold scrolls. Brass works. Case is inlaid with fans on door and base. Bracket base waist has quarter columns with brass capitols and quarter brass fluting. Hood has turned columns with brass finials. Levi Hutchins worked in Concord, NH and was an apprentice of Simon Willard. Moved to Concord, NH in 1786. SIZE: 85-1/2” h to top of center finial. CONDITION: Replace fretwork, refinished in very good condition. 8-75974 (6,000-8,000)


AMERICAN SCHOOL (19th century) PORTRAIT OF GENERAL JAMES MCLELLAN OF BATH, MAINE. Oil on canvas laid down on masonite 1/2 portrait of man shows man dressed in black coat and white shirt with brown hair and blue eyes. General McLellan was the first major ship builder in Bath, Maine. His business was located near the present day site of the former Bath Railroad Station. He was born May 7, 1777 and died in 1854. 51 Known ships were included in the McLellan fleet. Certain facial features are similar in style to paintings done by William Matthew Prior. Provenance: Descended directly via the family and consigned by the Great Great Great Grandson. Reference: Copies of biographical information are included with this lot. SIZE: 27-1/2″ x 23″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92519 (2,000-5,000)


LARGE FEDERAL CONVEX MIRROR WITH CARVED SHELL. Round mirror with reeded black inner frame surrounded by a fluted round frame having applied large foliate crest and foliate and scallop shell bottom crest. SIZE: 49″. CONDITION: Generally very good, some old repair. 9-91621 (9,000-12,000)


INTERESTING AND RARE BLOWN CASE GLASS MEMORIAL. Last half of 19th Century. Piece is composed of a large 9-1/2” dia. case glass disc with white milk glass interior and clear glass casing. A decoupage wreath made of paper cutouts frames a printed portrait of a young gentleman with in the glass. A small card at top states “My Love and Thoughts are ever Thine”. This disc is attached to a bell shaped clear glass pedestal. This piece has descended in the family and this is believed to be a Mr. Niederlander from Ohio. SIZE: 15” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92686 (500-1,000)


18TH CENTURY COURTING MIRROR IN BOX. Shaped top mirror has reverse painted floral scene, attached to open frame box. SIZE: Overall height 17-3/4” x 12-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. Crack in top painted glass. 9-93577 (1,250-1,750)


LARGE ROOM SIZE ORIENTAL RUG. Deep blue field with central medallion being shaped by eight urns of flowers surrounded by flower sprays in a larger ring of sixteen larger urns with large urns at each corner. Multi-border with a rust colored wide border of urns of flowers. An outstanding rug with wonderful colors, predominantly blue, ivory and rust. SIZE: 13’6″ x 11′. CONDITION: Very good with only minor imperfections. Shows consistent wear to pile. 9-93356 (4,000-6,000)


GOOD PERSIAN ORIENTAL SCATTER SIZE RUG. Center dark blue field with vase of flowers. All over flower decoration with broken border. SIZE: 5’3” x 3’5”. CONDITION: Some end fringe loss, otherwise very good. 9-92828 (400-600)


RED STEPBACK PINE CUPBOARD. Open top with three shelves. Bottom has one door with one shelf. Scrubbed top at central section. Square nail construction. Red wash finish. SIZE: 82-3/4” h x 45-1/2” w x 19-1/4” d. CONDITION: Top front facing boards replaced. 9-93202 (800-1,200)


MAJOLICA: LARGE PARROT DECORATED PITCHER. Unmarked, gray and pink parrot in relief on each side against a green mottled background. Brown bamboo type handle, pink interior. SIZE: 9 1/4″ h CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-260 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: SARDINE BOX. Unmarked, lid with three overlapping fish in blue and gray on green leaves with deep blue background. Base has attached underliner with green leaves on blue background with a pink interior. Gold colored rope type edge. SIZE: 4″ h x 8 3/4″ x 7 3/4″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-327 (1,000-1,500)


MAJOLICA: SARDINE BOX BY WEDGWOOD IN AN ASIAN STYLE. White ground with textured background having yellow and red flowers. Flower handle in gray. Square base with wide rim. Impressed mark to base. SIZE: 3 1/4″ h x 8 1/2″ x 7″ CONDITION: Interior brown stained, otherwise very good. 9-52-328 (400-600)


MAJOLICA: FIGURAL TOBACCO MATCH HOLDER. Woman rests on sloped ground holding basket in one arm in colorful costume with hat. Basket beside a two hole well, presumably for matches, tobacco or cigarettes. Signed on base “B.B No. 2375”. SIZE: 6-1/2” h x 7” w x 6” d. CONDITION: Chip on one shoe and on bottom of base. Otherwise good. 9-93120 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: THREE PIECE TEA SET IN THE POND LILLY AND ROPE PATTERN ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL LEAR. White background with yellow flower and green leaves. Set consists of teapot with lid, sugar with lid, and creamer. SIZE: 5 1/2″ h CONDITION: Teapot has very small nick in spout, tea stained with old hairline in bottom. Sugar cover has mended chip. Creamer has side spider crack. 9-52-351 (400-600)


MAJOLICA: SYRUP DISPENSER BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO IN A JAPANESE BAMBOO MOTIF. Six panel tapered sides with yellow bamboo edges. Alternating panels in pink and gray. Pewter covered spout. Marked on base E22. SIZE: 7-1/2″. CONDITION: Small hairline crack in base, probably in the making. 9-52-250 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: BREAD TRAY IN OAK LEAF AND ACORN PATTERN. Large yellow leaf with brown handle has relief acorns in green. No mark. SIZE: 12 1/4″ l x 9″ CONDITION: Two minor flecks to underside, otherwise very good. 9-52-299 (200-400)


DIMINUTIVE BLUE CORNER CUPBOARD. Square nail construction, two single board doors with five shelves. Simple cutout base with slightly extended central shelf. SIZE: 85-1/2” h x 31” w x 14” shelf depth. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-93204 (1,000-1,500)


EMILE ALBERT GRUPPE (American, 1896-1978) “MEADOW BROOK”. Oil on board shows winter landscape with meandering brook having snow covered banks lined with cinnamon colored birches, farm house is nestled in snow covered hills with taller hills beyond. Signed lower right “Emile A. Gruppe”. An early painting with similar scene and title work illustrated in “Gruppe on Painting, pg. 105; Plate 44. Housed in what appears to be its original gilt decorated gesso frame. SIZE: 24” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93414 (7,000-9,000)


EMILE ALBERT GRUPPE (American, 1896-1978) “MORNING; STUART BEACH, FLORIDA”. Oil on canvas beach scene shows crashing waves on sandy beach with sea grass in the foreground. Signed lower right “Emile A. Gruppe”. Housed in a fine carved wood gilt frame. Title on back of stretcher. Original Emile A. Gruppe Gallery gallery card stapled to back of stretcher. SIZE: 25” x 30” CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-93399 (6,000-8,000)


EMILE ALBERT GRUPPE (American, 1896-1978) “WINTER”. Oil on board winter scene shows small brook with large snow covered banks lined with large maple trees. Viewer looks through trees and sees snow covered hillside and larger hills beyond. Signed lower right “Emile A. Gruppe”. Titled and signed on reverse. Housed in a fine gilt decorated arts and crafts replacement frame. SIZE: 12” x 16”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93389 (4,000-6,000)


GOOD COLORFUL CAUCASIAN AREA RUG. Center field with two rows of eight octagons with inner symbols surrounded by two strips with ball shaped symbols, all surrounded by three colorful borders. Predominant colors are red, blue, ivory and gold. SIZE: 5’9″ x 4′. CONDITION: Shows wear and end fringe loss. 9-93350 (500-1,000)


GOOD CAUCASIAN AREA RUG. Light gold field with all over geometric pattern surrounded by multiple borders. One being a cloud border with x stars. SIZE: 5’1″ x 3’7″. CONDITION: Area of repair to one end. Some fringe damage, otherwise generally good. 9-93346 (500-800)


EARLY CHINESE ARM CHAIR. Panel seat with pierce carved backsplat, serpentine crest with carved supports. Each arm has decorative carved scroll type design. Box stretcher with carved apron. SIZE: 38” h x 24-1/2” w x 18-1/2” d x 20-1/2” seat height. CONDITION: Shrinkage to seat panel, otherwise very good. 9-92457 (1,000-1,500)


CHINESE PAINTED POTTERY HORSE AND RIDER. Ming Dynasty. Figure in glazed green robe sits atop an unglazed horse with green saddle. Orange tuft at front of nose on green strapping. SIZE: 13” h x 11” l. CONDITION: Professionally restored, good. 9-92865 (1,000-1,500)


FINE ORIENTAL BLUE AND WHITE BOWL. 18th/19th Century. Center with flower design and birds. Side with house, flowers and tree with birds. SIZE: 4” h x 9-1/2” dia. CONDITION: One repaired chip to rim, some wear to interior glaze, otherwise very good. 9-93441 (500-1,000)


JAPANNED THREE DRAWER CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK. Red lacquer background with oriental designs. Three serpentine drawers, each having handles with chase design, original hardware. Interior with six drawers and three cubby holes. Interior of desk also has decoration. SIZE: 41-1/2” h x 37” w x 19” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93085 (2,000-3,000)


FINE CHINOISERIE DECORATED TALL CLOCK BY PETER BROWN BIRMINGHAM. Circa 1725. Fine period case with all over redecorated oriental design decoration. Brass faced works have silvered band at top of dial with maker and location. Two key holes with separate second dial, calendar window. SIZE: 90” h. CONDITION: Good. 9-93064 (6,500-8,500)


ATTRIBUTED TO ANDRIES VERMEULEN (Dutch, 1763-1814) TWO SUMMER LANDSCAPES WITH FIGURES. Two oil on panel paintings, one shows a farmer with cattle and sheep talking to a man with a stick bundle and dog. Water on left with dirt road having two travelers in mid distance. Town is on left side with tall spire. Other painting shows woman and child walking on dirt path toward two men with cattle and dog. Woods are seen on left side, small town with spire is seen in distance. Both identically framed in fancy gilt pierced carved frames. Wood panels have canvas backing. Remnants of two early heart shaped labels with writing can be found on back of panel. Provenance: Purchased from Andre Delvaille Paris, France 1975. Copy of receipt to accompany paintings. Reference: Similar style painting see page 297 Dutch painters of the 19th century by Marius. SIZE: 15″ x 19-1/2″ CONDITION: Very good, some areas of retouch. (15,000-20,000)


FINE LARGE ROSE MEDALLION PALACE VASE. Foo dog handles with applied geckos. Large flaring top. Decorated with flowers, birds and butterflies. SIZE: 31” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92920 (1,500-2,500)


ROSE MEDALLION HOT WATER DISH. Scenes with people, birds and flowers. SIZE: 3” h x 9-3/4” dia. CONDITION: Small repaired chip on rim. 9-92789 (400-600)


WALTER KOENIGER (American 1881-1943) SUNLIT WINTER SCENE. Oil on canvas winter landscape has small brook in foreground large snow and tree covered hill in background. Brook has snow covered banks lined by trees. Sunlight shines reflecting on trees and snow. Signed lower right W Koeniger. Housed in its original carved wood frame. SIZE: 30″ x 30″ CONDITION: Very good, cleaned with minor in-painting. 9-93281 (5,000-7,000)


HARRIET RANDALL LUMIS (American, 1870-1953) “OLD BEECH”. Fine oil on canvas impressionistic scene of fall landscape with trees and path through woods. Very colorful. Signed lower left “Harriet R. Lu ”. Outstanding custom replacement frame with artist name tag. Partial gallery label on foam core back indicating painting’s title and date of October 21, 1917. PROVENANCE: Illustrated and described as catalog No. 14 in R.H. Love Galleries Artists Exhibit Catalog Harriet Randall Lumis 1870-1953 An American Impressionist November 3-23, 1977”. SIZE: 22” x 18”. CONDITION: Relined in very good condition. 9-93409 (4,000-6,000)


ANTHONY THIEME (American, 1888-1954) STUCCO COURTYARD WITH BLUE DOORS. Oil on board scene shows stucco building with arched blue doors having man standing next to white pillar holding hanging trellis. Hanging basket of flowers is seen along with several pots of flowers. Signed bottom right with etched signature “A. Thieme”. Housed in a replacement carved wood frame. SIZE: 8” x 10”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93397 (4,000-6,000)


QUEEN ANNE DROP LEAF DINING TABLE. Square leaves with swing legs. Four well carved cabriole legs and carved skirt. Branded on inside of table support “DHS”. SIZE: 27-1/2” h x 18” closed x 48” open x 42” d. CONDITION: Restoration to legs, otherwise good. 9-92780 (2,000-3,000)


CARVED EBONY AND IVORY DOG HEADED CANE. 4” whippet type dog head has white eyes and carved features. Tapered diamond carved shaft has inset round ivory dots. Silver tip. SIZE: 32-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92549 (400-600)


OUTSTANDING CARVED IVORY DOG CANE. Round ebony shaft with horn tip. 2-1/2” fully carved dog stands on all four with head looking straight. Finely detailed long haired dog stands on shaped and carved plinth rests on a turned 1-1/2” collar. SIZE: 36” l. CONDITION: Two age cracks in collar and one in base. Otherwise very good. 9-93539 (2,000-3,000)


OUTSTANDING CARVED IVORY DOUBLE HORSE HEAD CANE. Rosewood/ebony tapered shaft with metal tip. Sterling silver hallmarked ferule. 2” x 3-1/2” carving shows side by side horse heads. One with closed mouth, other with open mouth. Glass eyes and nice detailed mane. SIZE: 35” l. CONDITION: Two age cracks to underside of horses head. Otherwise very good. 9-93540 (3,000-4,000)


CANE: OUTSTANDING FOLK ART CARVED SNAKE CANE. This root cane depicts truly lifelike snake coiled around the shaft of the cane. The body is painted with brown and tan splotched coloration. The head and mouth at the top of the cane are carved, having tack eyes. Late 19th or early 20th C. SIZE: 32″ l. CONDITION: Generally very good, some minor scuffs. 9-92357 (2,500-3,500)


CANE: CARVED WOOD LION/DOG. T-shaped handle, one part is open mouth lion, other is growling dog. Nice detail and color. Tapered wood shaft, possibly rosewood, with brass end. SIZE: 36”. Carving is 5” across. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92544 (300-500)


INTERESTING HALF ROUND TWO DRAWER HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE. Top has oval marquetry inlaid panel of basket of flowers. Banded outline. Two swing out drawers with bail hardware. Three legs with top inlaid panels. Early 19th C. SIZE: 29” h x 29-3/4” w x 15-3/4” d. CONDITION: Minor imperfections. 9-92676 (3,000-5,000)


CARL FREDERICK FRIESEKE (American, 1874-1939) STILL LIFE OF VASE OF FLOWERS. Oil on canvas still life shows tall red vase supporting a large bouquet of white, pink and red flowers. Next to the vase is an Italian type handled bowl, both resting on a brown tabletop with blue background. Signed lower right “F. C. Frieseke” and dated “31”. Housed in its original decorated wood molded frame. Provenance: This was purchased from the storage auction of the estate of Lawton Parker (noted artist) 20-30 years ago. SIZE: 27” x 23”. CONDITION: Very good. Inconsistent varnish application. 9-93387 (10,000-15,000)


MARTHA WALTER (American, 1875-1976) “MORNING AT SHINNECOCK”. Oil on canvas painting shows woman standing amongst wiry trees on grassy area. Signed lower right and on reverse; housed in a fine custom carved and gilt frame. Label of David David Gallery Philadelphia, PA on back indicating Provenance is the Estate of the Artist. Frame is numbered 10807 Walter can be seen in script on back of canvas through wax backing. Stretcher has brand mark Marck Stretchers Blue Point NY. Front side signature last name is faint. SIZE: 20″ x 18″ CONDITION: Very good, relined. 9-93044 (20,000-30,000)


EDWARD WILLIS REDFIELD (American 1869-1965) MONHEGAN WINTER. Oil on board winter scene shows snow covered rocky coast with bluish-green water. Signed lower right “E. W. Redfield 1936”. Some writing on back of board in pencil- not decipherable. Housed in a fine replacement Arts & Crafts style gilt frame. A fine example of this artist’s work. SIZE: 11” x 14”. CONDITION: Very good. Cleaned. 9-93470 (20,000-30,000)


TWO PART MAHOGANY NY SHERATON LINEN PRESS ATTR. TO DUNCAN PHYFE. The upper section with molded crest over two paneled doors, which have three pullout drawers and one fixed shelf. Doors have inset panels with banded mahogany outline and nice crotch mahogany veneer. Bottom section has two over three drawers. Original ring pulls. Inset panel sides on turned legs with short drum reeding ending in cupped brass bass feet. PROVENANCE: Family history states Duncan Phyfe made this linen press for his daughter and a letter dated 1950 from James Phyfe Whitlock to Helen W. York of Princeton, NJ states that this has never been out of their family since it was made. A letter dated 1968 from Helen York to a family member also mentions the chest. SIZE: 88-3/4” h x 48” case w x 22” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92927 (3,000-4,000)


AARON WILLARD JR. BANJO CLOCK. Unsigned dial and movement. Bottom door glass has scene with people, castle and ship. Determination that it is an Aaron Willard Jr. banjo clock include: The idler hand on the gears is scooped out, which is typical. The chimney, just below the acorn finial is typical. The hinge on the bezel is similar to ones he used as are the hands, side arms, the pull on the door and the weight driven movement. Pendulum, weight and key present. SIZE: 34” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93069 (5,000-7,000)


JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (Havell Publisher, 19th century) “BURROWING OWL—SHORT -CARED OWL” (5 owls). Colored print on paper No 87 plate CCCCXXXLL. Drawn from nature by J.J. Audubon F.R.S. F.L.S. engraved, printed, and coloured by Robt Havell 1838. Five different owls are identified in legend. Large folio print shows a pair of owls with four others. Four perched on branches two on grassy ground. Nicely framed and matted. SIGHT SIZE: 23” x 27” CONDITION: Very good, some slight stains, one small tear appears to be at edge of mat; not examined out of frame, otherwise very good. 9-93208 (800-1,200)


GOOD SQUARE ONE DRAWER PEMBROKE TABLE. Chamfered tapering bail square legs. Birch top with flame birch skirt. Dovetailed drawer with handle. Probably Eastern Connecticut origin. Top has molded edge. Opens up to oval. SIZE: 28-1/2” h x 18” w closed; 38” open x 31” d. CONDITION: Top has split where boards meet, old finish is uneven. Otherwise very good. 9-92445 (2,000-3,000)


JOHN SAWIN BANJO CLOCK. Standard weight driven brass movement, original case with gilding appears to be original. Glass tablets are later additions. Pendulum and weight are present and are original. Dial signed “J. Sawin”. SIZE: 34” h. CONDITION: Bottom door glass cracked. Otherwise very good. 9-93066 (5,000-6,500)


FINE MAPLE FAN CARVED NEW HAMPSHIRE HIGHBOY. 18th Century two part highboy has top section with five graduated drawers, Cornice molding and original brasses. Bottom section with one long drawer over three drawers. Central drawer with large carved fan. Four cabriole legs end in pad feet. Skirt has three drop carvings. SIZE: 74″ h. Top case: 37-3/4″ x 17-3/4″. Bottom case: 40-1/4″ x 19-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92463 (12,000-18,000)


FINE IVORY CASED SHIP MODEL OF THE “MORA”. The “Mora” is the ship William the Conqueror crossed over to England in 1066A.D. Galleon type ship in plank model style has three sails with crow nests. Dragon figurehead with nice detailed accessories including rudder, anchors, flag, rigging and stand. Model rests on an inlaid cube decorated wood insert in a small glass display case. Plaque on outside. SHIP SIZE: 8-1/4” x 10”. CASE: 11-1/4” x 15” x 7-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92845 (4,000-6,000)


WHALEBONE SCRIMSHAW BUSK. Busk has decorations of lyre with the Star of David, Star of David with heart and a tent with a cross. SIZE: 11-1/4” x 1-1/2”. CONDITION: Nice old color. Curving. 9-92772 (300-500)


LATE 17TH OR EARLY 18TH CENTURY ENGRAVED SUNDIAL COMPASS. This Augsburg dial is signed on the underside Johanschnettrgger A Augsburg. The octagonal dial is engraved with vines and berries around the edge. Complete with original carved wood box. SIZE: 2 1/2″ d CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-93569 (650-950)


AMERICAN SCHOOL (19th Century) SEASCAPE WITH BOATS. Large oil on canvas seascape has two sailing vessels with sails up cruising along rocky cliff shoreline. Housed in a fine gesso decorated period frame. Unsigned. SIZE: 25” x 37”. CONDITION: Relined, restored in very good condition. 8-87107 (1,500-2,500)


LARGE BRONZE SPREAD WING PILOT HOUSE EAGLE. Eagle standing on square base with turned head and open beak. Nice detail. SIZE: 18-1/2” h x 26” w x 20” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92760 (2,000-3,000)


STERLING: OUTSTANDING AND RARE TIFFANY YACHT TROPHY PITCHER. “First Prize for Sloops without Time Allowance Won By GRACIE New York Yacht Club Regatta, June 20th, 1872. This wonderful elaborate handled covered pitcher has a marine motif including an anchor and rope finial, full head mask Neptune at base of handle, rope at shoulder holding oak leaf and acorn wreath around presentation inscription. Pitcher is bulbous shaped with full hinged cover. Marked on base “Tiffany & Co. Union Square 2192 4489”. This mark was used between 1870 – 1875. The New York Yacht Club was organized in 1844 and gave out silver trophies as prizes and is still done to this day. These trophies were often illustrated in the newspapers of the day and were treated seriously as works of art. A similar anchor motif can be seen on the 1878 New York Yacht Club trophy in their collection. The largest collection is housed at the New York Yacht Club and includes forty-two of these annual trophies, half of which were made by Tiffany. The “Gracie” was launched in 1868 and was very successful in her challenges. She raced in the cup trials of 1885 but was beaten out by the “Puritan”. SIZE: 11-1/2” h x 8” w. CONDITION: Very good with some minor dings. 8-87129 (6,000-10,000)


OUTSTANDING CHELSEA SHIP’S BELL CLOCK. 10” clock inset in ship’s wheel frame. Dial size is 8” dia. Patent date of 1901. SN 70850. This size clock was used in yacht size ships. Key present. SIZE: 20” overall dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93186 (2,500-4,000)


CHELSEA SHIP’S BELL CLOCK. Round 5-1/2” dia brass clock sits in mahogany stand. Dial signed “Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, USA”. Two holes for winding. 4” dial. No key. SIZE: 7-1/2” h x 9-1/2” w x 4” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93111 (300-500)


DECORATED ANTIQUE TOLEWARE TRAY. Chippendale tray has ship portrait titled “Plymouth of New Bedford”. Two-mast ship in full sail flies large American flag. SIZE: 20” x 28”. CONDITION: Very good. Consolidated varnish. 9-92815 (250-450)


WILLIAM GLACKENS (American 1870-1938) “ROCKPORT, MASS 1936 NO. 3”. Outstanding oil on board beach scene depicting ten bathers on a sandy and rock strewn beach with large yellow house on rocky point with sailboat off rocks. Foreground scene shows people with multi-colored bathing suits and men wearing hats with summer attire. Child in blue suit plays with white dog. Blue and green ocean has blue hulled white sail sailboat. A wonderful impressionistic scene with vibrant colors. Pencil signed and titled on reverse. Two Adams Davidson Galleries labels affixed to back. One indicating a title “Bathers at Rockport, 1936” and being exhibited in the “Washington Collects Exhibition February 19-April 7 1981″and illustrated as figure 32 in the catalog. The other label, which appears to be newer indicated title “Beach at Rockport”. Housed in a fine replacement gold gesso decorated frame. Accompanying this painting is a signed letter from Ira Glackens dated October 1978 to Anne Denton Blair on his stationary “Dear Annie – This little study of a beach, measuring 12″ x 16″ was painted by father at Rockport, Mass, in 1936. I remember the water as frigid, having visited Pa & Ma for a few days there, & this place was better for painting than bathing! There exists several studies of this place, but feel lucky you do not have to go in that icy water! yours affectionately, Ira Glackens”. Also two receipts from Adams Davidson Gallery dated December 3rd, 1980 and February 12th 1981. REFERENCE: William Glackens and The Eight by Ira Glackens, page 255-256 “W.& E. Sailed for New York on July, 22nd, as planned… they fled to Rockport Massachusetts…and W. produced a few studies of the beach…”. PROVENANCE: Descended in the Blair family and consigned directly to us. SIZE: 11-1/2″ x 15-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92581 (200,000-300,000)


18K GOLD L. LEROY MINUTE REPEATER POCKET WATCH. Hunter case, dial signed L. LeRoy & Co. Paris. Stop watch mechanism with separate seconds and minute dial, slide repeater. Chimes hour, quarter, and minutes. Case is marked 18k, inside of cover No 9204 L. LeRoy & Cie Horlorges De Lamarine 7 Bd De La Madeleine Paris. Case marked Casa Weil. Size 13? CONDITION: Appears to be functioning, very good. 9-92795-238 (1,500-2,500)


18K GOLD HUGUENIN & GIEZET CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH. Large hunter case marked 18k inside cover inscribed Charles Fleischmann, Max C. Fleischmann, & Charles Fleischmann Jr. Glass windowed back, movement marked Huguenin & Giezet locle no 12153. Quarter split second dial within larger dial. Start and reset buttons, dial also signed. Engine turned case with central cartouche not monogrammed, size 16? CONDITION: Very good, cover unhinged. 9-92795-239 (1,000-1,500)


18K GOLD CHARLES TEANJAQUET CAPTAINS WATCH. Housed in a fancy engraved hunter’s case. Front side with standing George Washington next to his horse overlooking camp setting with many tents. Reverse has scene with early locomotive and passenger cars in front of a large city. Inside of cover inscribed From Maurice Strakosch to his dear friend Professor R. Risley. Inside cover engraved and inscribed “Observation time piece double time independent seconds anchor escapement 21 fine jewels Charles Teanjaquet Geneva. Four key wind holes (no key present). Unmarked case, size 13? CONDITION: Good. 9-92795-240 (1,000-2,000)


EARLY AUTOMATON QUARTER HOUR REPEATER POCKET WATCH. Silver case with glass windowed back, open glass front hinged cover shows outside white enamel dial with interior automaton having a woman on the left striking a big bell, a man on the right striking a big bell and a cupid striking a small bell. All figures having decoration in three colors gold/silver. Key wind movement. Size of dial is 5cm. CONDITION: Automation appears to be in working order. Generally very good. 9-92795-357 (1,500-2,500)


EARLY HIGGS & EVANS LONDON QUARTER HOUR REPEATER POCKET WATCH. Dial signed, pull out movement. Outer case hallmarked with nice flower engraving. Inner case with engraved phoenix bird and bell housing. Open face, circa 1775-1825. Size 13? CONDITION: Generally good. 9-92795-356 (1,000-2,000)


PAIR CASED VERGE WATCH BY JAS. SHEARWOOD, LONDON. Brass outer case with swing out movement which is signed circa 1750-1775. White enamel dial with central colorful scene and fancy hands. key wind movement, no key. Size 4? CONDITION: Good. 9-92795-358 (500-1,000)


KEY WIND QUARTER HOUR REPEATER. Hinged open-faced case with swing out movement. Key wind, no name. Mechanism appears to work but does not chime, just clicks with single and double clicks. Size 17? CONDITION: Loose bezel, no key, otherwise good. 9-92795-355 (600-1,000)


CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH. Second hand timer, two separate small inset dials, one for seconds, other for minutes. Unknown maker. Back does not release. Size 17? CONDITION: Good. 9-92795-362 (200-400)


14K AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH CO. POCKET WATCH. 21 jewels. SN 25595512 (1926). Open face. Size 12? CONDITION: Very good. 1-28769 (300-600)


FINE CONTINENTAL TWO DRAWER MARQUETRY INLAID DROP LEAF STAND. Top has intricate inlay of floral bouquet in different color woods. Two shaped leaves have flower spray with ribbon. Drawers and legs have flower inlay. Four turned legs support a similar inlay design on shaped shelf. Inlay on backside also. 19th C. SIZE: 31-3/4” h x 20” d x 22” closed; 41” open. CONDITION: One leaf has two slices off edge. Otherwise very good. 9-92673 (1,500-2,500)


FINE MAHOGANY TWO PART ENGLISH STEPPED BOOKCASE. Top section with one glass door having fourteen individual panes. Nice cornice dental molding. Adjustable shelves. Bottom section with one large door with crotched mahogany panel and one shelf. Applied molded edge base. Circa 1830/40. SIZE: 78-1/2” h x 25-1/2” w x 15” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93053 (1,500-2,500)


SIMON WILLARD BANJO CLOCK. Unsigned dial and works, circa 1820. A later Willard clock with recoil movement as opposed to the earlier versions which had the deadbeat movement. Oversized, highly polished brass movement. Typical Willard case. Bottom glass is a replacement with fan on pink background. “S. Willard’s Patent”. Original throat glass in a mahogany case. Replaced eagle finial. Pendulum and weight present. SIZE: 34-1/2” h. CONDITION: Cracked throat glass, replacements as above. 9-93068 (5,000-7,000)


PALACE SIZE ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUG. Center broken border field with red interior with blue border has five large surrounding borders. All over flower design with predominant colors of red, blue, ivory and gold. SIZE: 12’9” x 21’8”. CONDITION: Rug has consistent low pile everywhere. Some fading to one side. Must see. 9-93076 (10,000-20,000)


WONDERFUL FINE KASHAN ORIENTAL RUG. All over gold color with central field of interlacing vine encompassing vases of red and rose colored flowers. Outside border has vases of flowers at corner and cornucopia of flowers on the edge. Double border outside, full fringe to ends. A fine quality carpet. SIZE: 9’9″ x 6’7″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93355 (1,500-2,500)


FINE ANTIQUE SAROUK SCATTER RUG. Red field with all over floral design. Predominant colors of blue, red and ivory. SIZE: 6’7” x 4’2”. CONDITION: Very good, some end fringe loss. 9-93268 (900-1,250)


ANTIQUE SAROUK SCATTER RUG. Red field with all over flower design. SIZE: 4’11” x 2’6”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93267 (350-550)


EDOUARD CORTES (French, 1882-1969) PARIS STREET SCENE AT DUSK. Fine oil on canvas street scene depicting a brightly lit theater front with sign posts and horse and carriages proceeding along street. Signed lower left “Edouard Cortes”. Housed in a fine original gesso decorated frame. SIZE: 13-1/2″ x 18-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93047 (17,500-25,000)


GEORGES D’ESPAGNAT (French, 1870-1950) STUDY FOR “ENFANTS DANS LE PARC”. Small oil on canvas scene of young boy with fancy yellow hat kneeling next to woman with rabbit. Signed upper left with initials “GDE”. REFERENCE: Christie’s sale October 2nd 1990 New York Impressionist in Modern Paintings, Lot 53. This lot entitled “ENFANTS DANS LE PARC” has as part of it, this young boy, the rabbit and the young woman. Housed in a fancy gilt gesso decorated frame. SIZE: 14” x 10”. CONDITION: Very good. Relined. 9-93046 (10,000-20,000)


JEAN FERDINAND MONCHABLON (French, 1855-1904) “HAUTE SAÔNE”. Panoramic oil on canvas landscape showing river having stone arched bridge with wagon and man crossing bridge. Right side has small village with seven buildings with red tile roofs. Houses in low hills in background, broad blue skies with puffy white clouds. Fine detail in grassy areas shows cow and person walking on path. Signed lower left Jan Monchablon. Signed on back of canvas Haute Saône Jan-Monchablon AE135. Housed in its original fancy gold decorated gesso frame with gold liner and glass window. PROVENANCE: A fine Florida home; part of a collection that has descended in the same family since their purchase in the first quarter of the 20th C. SIZE: 9-3/4″ x 12-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. Original untouched condition. 9-93253 (4,000-6,000)


EMILIO SANCHEZ PERRIER (Spanish, 1855-1907) MAN IN BOAT ON RIVER. Oil on canvas landscape shows man with yellow hat tying up boat to mooring post. White house with red tile roof and large trees behind. Blue skies with white scattered clouds. A fine summer scene. Signed lower left “E. Sanchez Perrier”. “NO 6″ in pencil on stretcher. Housed in its original fancy gold decorated gesso frame with gold liner and glass window. PROVENANCE: A fine Florida home; part of a collection that has descended in the same family since their purchase in the first quarter of the 20th C. SIZE: 10-3/4″ x 9”. CONDITION: 3/4″ tear to bottom left, outside of signature and behind stretcher. 9-93255 (4,000-6,000)


SEVRES ORMOLU MOUNTED COVERED URN SIGNED R. PETIT. Tapered vase has courtship scene with man and woman. Back side has floral spray. Rams head and ring handles. Ormolu cut corner base. Dome lid with pineapple finial, blue mark to inside of cover with “S. 41 France”. SIZE: 18-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. Some minor gold loss to backside. 9-93043 (800-1,200)


LARGE MAJOLICA TYPE ITALIAN CHARGER SIGNED TH. DECK. Hand painted portrait of a warrior with armor, helmet with lion supporting peacock feathers. Well executed with bright colors. Signed “Th. Deck 1873”. SIZE: 24”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92785 (800-1,200)


PAIR OF FINE ROYAL VIENNA HAND PAINTED CHARGERS. Hanging hole for wall mounting. Large porcelain charger has central scenes. One with two women with small child in landscape. Other with three women in colorful dress next to statue. Both artist signed. Blue beehive mark to back. One titled “A Little Capture”. The other titled illegibly. SIZE: 13-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92974 (800-1,200)


OUTSTANDING CONTINENTAL 19TH CENTURY WALL SHELF. Burl veneers with ormolu mounts. Curved backboard has scroll sides, top with open pediment. Bottom crest has applied ormolu mask head. Central shaped shelf with ormolu tassel edging supported by two ormolu scrolls. Top and bottom smaller shelves with identical decoration and single support. An outstanding decorative accessory. SIZE: 32” h x 28” x 11” d. CONDITION: Very good. 5-67143 (1,750-2,250)


DIMINUTIVE MAHOGANY LADIES SECRETARY. Two shelf bookcase top with shaped sides. Fold over writing surface over long drawer with side drawer compartment. Bottom section with two paneled doors which open to reveal an adjustable shelf. All resting on four short legs. Nice mahogany banding to doors. First half of the 19th C. SIZE: 55” h x 30-1/2” w x 17-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93052 (1,400-1,800)


BRITISH/AMERICAN (19th Century) STREET SCENE WITH PEOPLE AND HOUSES. Oil on canvas laid down on masonite. Unsigned scene shows dirt roadway descending into village with white buildings having red roofs and chimneys. Gentleman walks down side path with other people and carriage in distance. Possibly a Southern East Coast town. Viewer also sees distant trees and buildings. Housed in a fancy pierced carved frame. SIZE: 10-1/4” h x 14”. Paper label on back has pencil writing “Hornsey?”. CONDITION: Good. 8-87132 (500-800)


MAJOLICA: COVERED BUTTER TUB. Deep blue background has pond lilies, butterflies, and cover has bird finial. Green interior with attached underliner, no mark, of round form. SIZE: 5″ h x 7″ d. CONDITION: Chip to base rim can’t be seen, professional repaired chip to covered rim, finial beak has roughness; otherwise very good. 9-52-326 (300-500)


MAJOLICA: FIGURAL MATCH AND TOBACCO BOX. Black boy sits on end of large handled basket. He holds a flat basket on his lap and wears a backpack. Opening for matches, tobacco, etc. Numbers on bottom 3BB 2395 also DEP in circle. SIZE: 8-1/2″ h x 7″ l x 5-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-52-325 (400-600)


MAJOLICA: HANDLED WATER PITCHER IN THE POND LILLY AND ROPE PATTERN BY SAMUEL LEAR. Unmarked, red throat with yellow, green, and red pond lilies. Pink interior. SIZE: 7 3/4″ h CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-342 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: HANDLED BASKET WITH APPLIED FLOWERS. Good basket has colorful applied flowers and buds with green leaves. Intertwined handles with bow top. Brown colored basket weave on a yellow base with pink interior. Script S on base. SIZE: 8 1/2″ h x 8 1/2″ w x 5 1/2″ d CONDITION: Professional restoration, hairline crack inside, otherwise very good. 9-52-258 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: SHELL-AND-SEAWEED PATTERN COVERED TEAPOT BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Teapot covered with seaweed and colorful shells. Pink interior, cover has shell finial. SIZE: 6 1/2″ h x 10″ w CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-282 (400-600)


MAJOLICA: TWO STAG AND DOG PLATES. Each plate has relief decoration of a running dog and stag. 9 1/4″ plate has blue background, 8″ plate has yellow background. Each have a brown border, unmarked. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-308 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: CAKE STAND IN THE POND LILLY PATTERN ATTRIBUTED TO GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Top section with green lily pads and central white flower. Bottom post supported by three storks on a triangular base. Unmarked. SIZE: 6 1/4″ h x 9 1/4″ d CONDITION: Professional repair to on leaves edge, otherwise very good. 9-52-261 (300-500)


MAJOLICA: OYSTER PLATE. Six oyster shaped wells in brown, yellow, and amethyst. Small central well, unmarked. Green seaweed as dividers. SIZE: 9 1/4″ d CONDITION: One minor glaze chip to edge, otherwise very good. 9-52-244 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: FIGURAL STRAWBERRY SERVING DISH. Unmarked, shaped serving dish has nest shaped well with 5″ perched bird beside. Green leaves with relief strawberries rest on three pegged type feet. SIZE: 5″ h x 11 1/2″ l x 9 1/2″ d. CONDITION: Small glaze fleck to edge, small glaze chip on edge of bird which appears to be in the making, otherwise very good. 9-52-256 (250-400)


RICHARD HAYLEY LEVER (American, 1876-1958) “GRAND MANAN ISLAND”. Oil on canvas scene shows island cove with stick enclosed fish farm with dock leading out. Colorful boats on rocky shoreline and many seagulls. Treed hillside on other side of cove. Signed lower right “Hayley Lever”. Housed in a good carved wood and painted frame. Grand Manan Island is located off the coast of Maine and New Brunswick and has long been a haven for artists. SIZE: 24” x 36”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93408 (6,000-8,000)


RICHARD HAYLEY LEVER (American, 1876-1958) “THE DRAWBRIDGE, WESTCHESTER, NEW YORK”. Oil on board scene shows open drawbridge with sailboat coming through. People wait on bridge with building beside. Nice, colorful composition. Signed lower right. Housed in a fine fancy gilt frame with linen liner. “Clayton Liberatore Art Gallery New York” label on reverse with title and artist. SIZE: 10” x 12”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93416 (2,500-3,000)


ARTHUR PARTON (American, 1842-1914) SPRING ORCHARD WITH COWS. Oil on canvas landscape showing a apple tree lined road with several cows in background. Farm house and stone wall on right side. Signed lower left “Arthur Parton”. A pencil inscription on back of frame which is illegible. Housed in its original fancy gold decorated gesso frame with gold liner and glass window. PROVENANCE: A fine Florida home; part of a collection that has descended in the same family since their purchase in the first quarter of the 20th C. SIZE: 16″ x 24″. CONDITION: Very good. Original untouched condition, craquelure. 9-93252 (5,000-7,000)


FRANCIS AUGUSTUS SILVA (American 1835-1886) DAWN OVER COASTLINE. Oil on board scene shows tranquil beach with light waves with some rocks. Coastline continues with steep cliffs. Sky has pink and white clouds against a blue background. Signed lower right “F. A. SILVA”. Housed in a gesso decorated gold frame with name plaque. Back of board “T. W. Clark 41 Studio Building” with some framing instructions numbered “709”. SIZE: 4-3/4” x 9”. CONDITION: Cleaned with very, very minor touch-up. 9-93466 (17,500-22,500)


VICTORIAN WALNUT SINGLE BANK ROLL TOP DESK. Top section has spindle gallery, C-roll with interior having sixteen cubby holes and three drawers. Bottom section has four drawers in a single bank with pullout slide. Left side is open with cabriole legs. All resting on castor feet. SIZE: 46-1/2” h x 42” w x 30” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92817 (1,000-1,500)


MAGNIFICENT LARGE GILT FANCY MARBLE TOP PIER MIRROR. In two parts. 13” base has shaped white marble top with carved and gesso decoration including a large central scalloped shell. French style cabriole legs. 95” mirror has tall rectangular beveled edge mirror framed in a molded gilt wood. Bottom has applied foliate scrolls, fancy top crest with foliate scrolls, spread wing eagle and scalloped shell. SIZE: 108” h overall x 34” at widest. CONDITION; Very good. Some minor imperfections. 9-93023 (2,000-4,000)


FINE MAHOGANY SIX TUBE TALL CLOCK BY RICHARD W. S. KINGERLEY CO. PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND. Hour strike with chiming movement in Trinity and Westminster chimes. Gold and silver decorated dial with scenic register. Three weights, large pendulum and six tube. Magnificent case with full fluted columns, paw feet, beveled glass door, swan neck pediment, tall finial. Smaller columns to side of wood. SIZE: 101” t. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92808 (4,000-6,000)


PIERRE-ALBERT LAPLANCHE (1826-1873) BRONZE OF TWO STAG. One stag lies on ground while other stands over bleating. Signed in base “A. Laplanche”. Underneath standing deer is a hollowed out section. Greenish-brown patina. SIZE: 10” h x 17” l x 9-1/2” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92542 (1,500-2,500)


LOT OF SIXTEEN BEADED BAGS. A fine lot, some with mirrors. One with oriental rug design, five with geometric designs, two with roses, one with peacocks, one sterling mesh. SIZES: Vary. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92938 (1,500-2,000)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL “WEDGWOOD” PATTERN 5-PIECE TEA SERVICE. Three letter monogram. Set consists of 12” teapot No. C311 (3-pints), 11” teapot No. C311(2-3/4 -pints), 7-1/2” covered sugar No C311, 6-1/2” creamer No. C311 and 4-1/2” waste bowl No. C311. 74 Tr Oz. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92940 (750-1,250)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL; TWO PAIR OF LOW CANDLESTICKS. 1) Cement filled No. N33 wide candlesticks. Unknown pattern. Monogrammed. SIZE: 6-1/2” h. 2) Wedgwood No. N30A cement filled wide candlesticks with scroll type handle. Not monogrammed. SIZE: 5-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92944 (600-800)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL “WEDGWOOD” PATTERN FOUR TALL CANDLESTICKS. Cement filled No. N23. No monogram. SIZE: 12” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92943 (1,000-1,500)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL “WEDGWOOD” PATTERN TWO LARGE VASES. Both not monogrammed. One tall and thin 14” No. V53, other short and stout 8” No. V62. 10 Tr Oz. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92945 (500-700)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL “WEDGWOOD” PATTERN APPROX. 183-PC FLATWARE SERVICE. Set consists of eleven 9-1/2” knives, ten 9” knives, ten 5-3/4” butter knives (solid), twelve 7-1/2” ice tea spoons, twelve 7-1/4” desert spoons, twelve 7-1/4” soup spoons, twelve 5-1/2” bullion spoons, twenty-four 6” teaspoons, nine 7-3/4” forks, eleven 7-1/4” forks, twelve 6-1/4” salad forks, twelve 5-1/2” hors d’oeuvre forks, twelve 4” demitasse spoons, six 8-1/2” tablespoons, 2-pc 11-1/2” carving set, 10” pie server, 9-1/4” cake server, two 6-1/2” ladles, 9-1/4” serving spoon, 8-3/4” slotted serving spoon, 8-3/4” flat fork, 9” meat fork, 7-3/4” spatula, 7” master butter knife, 6-1/4” cheese server, 6-1/4” sugar shell, 6-1/4” jelly server, 6” cream ladle, 6” olive spoon, 4” sugar tongs, 5-3/4” olive fork, 5” small spoon, with a different lemon fork. Housed in a mahogany storage box. CONDITION: Very good. Box has scratches. 9-92956 (1,000-2,000)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL “WEDGWOOD” PATTERN 3-PIECE CARVING SET. Fork 11”, knife 13-1/4” and sharpener 13”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92949 (200-300)


THREE FOLD PAINTED DRESSING SCREEN. Three canvas painted panels have large peacocks on a black background. Fabric edge with decorative wide tacks. Black material back. Unsigned. SIZE: 60-1/2” h x 22” (each panel) x 66” extended. CONDITION: Very good. Craquelure. 9-92453 (1,000-2,000)


VICTORIAN WALNUT MARBLE TOP CENTER TABLE. White marble turtle top rests on a conforming molded frame supported by a central shaft supported by four carved out-sweeping legs. Brass castor feet. SIZE: 30” h x 35” w x 27” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93431 (500-1,000)


CARVED WALNUT VICTORIAN SOFA. Scroll crest has good carving of flowers and leaves. Ripple front with carved floral motif to front of arms. Newer upholstery in a light cream and green color. SIZE: 36” h x 81” w x 28” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93300 (500-700)


GOOD VICTORIAN WALNUT OPEN ARM GENTLEMAN’S CHAIR. Good finger carving, stylized ball and claw feet. Nice upholstery with flower decoration on a cream background. Open arm design. SIZE: 39” h x 16” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93302 (350-500)


ANTIQUE HERIZ ROOM SIZE RUG. Nice colors of rust, blue, ivory and green. Central geometric medallion with all over design. SIZE: 11’9” x 9’2”. CONDITION: Even wear, some fringe loss. One 18” section of edge binding gone. Back thread loss to one corner. Needs cleaning. 8-87134 (1,250-1,750)


ANTIQUE SAROUK SCATTER RUG. Red field with all over flower design. SIZE: 4’6” x 2’4”. CONDITION: Very good, some fringe loss. 9-93266 (300-400)


ORIENTAL AREA RUG. Deep blue field with flower designs, three borders with very vivid colors. SIZE: 9’9″ x 4’7″. CONDITION: Very good, some minor loss to fringe area. 9-93352 (500-800)


ELLIS WILSON (American, 1900-) “YOUNG MOTHER”. Oil on wood panel shows black woman and child standing in front of fruit trees. The trees act as solid green background and have clusters of red fruit. Top 3” shows light blue sky. Woman wears pink head wrap and blouse. Lack of facial features on both woman and child. Signed lower right “Ellis Wilson”. Housed in a gray painted wood frame with white liner. Tacked label on reverse, taped partial envelope indicating provenance is Mrs. James W. Chandler of Herrods Creek, Kentucky. Wilson, a black artist who has come into the national spotlight with his retrospective exhibit outlining his life and art. For more information visit Research indicates this painting was probably done in one of his visits to Haiti or Jamaica where he painted people in their natural surroundings. SIZE: 22-1/2” x 14-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93385 (6,000-8,000)


ERNEST FIENE (American, 1894-1966) “WHITE ROSES IN BLUE VASE”. Oil on canvas still life shows flower decorated blue Bristol glass vase on hexagonal tabletop holding large white roses. All shown against a medium blue background. Signed lower right “E. Fiene”. Housed in what appears to be its original decorated gilt frame. Label on reverse has name and title also indicating provenance “Property of Emanuel Redfield 3900 Greystone Ave New York 63, N.Y.”. SIZE: 20” x 13”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93426 (3,000-4,000)


ERNEST FIENE (American, 1894-1966) “KIDS OFF TO A PICNIC”. Oil on canvas scene shows five children in colorful clothes outside of porch readying a picnic basket. A summer landscape is seen as a backdrop. Unsigned front but identified by an “Associated American Artists Gallery” label on reverse with title and artist name. Appears to have been exhibited in an exhibition titled “Tridione for June”. SIZE: 12” x 17-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93383 (1,500-2,000)


WALDO PEIRCE (American, 1884-1970) “FLOWERS IN KITCHEN”. Oil on canvas still life shows a green glass water pitcher holding tall stem wild flowers. Pitcher is set on countertop with double sash window behind. Cast iron frying pan hangs on side wall. Signed bottom right “W. P. 46”. Also titled and signed on back “W Peirce Aug 46”. Housed in a fine double gilt molded wood replacement frame. SIZE: 36” x 18”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93410 (3,000-5,000)


TWO PART JAPANNED QUEEN ANNE BONNET TOP HIGHBOY. Top section with open arched top having partial bonnet top. Central fan carved drawer with shaped drawer on each side over four graduated drawers. Central carved drawer bottom is signed “Poole” in red paint. This is presumably the artist that decorated the piece. Bottom section has central drawer with square drawers on each side. Carved skirt with well formed cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Square drawer has writing on side of drawer which appears to say “John L. Barker?, Sept. 9th 1838, Lincoln Mass. SIZE: 75″ h, (top case) 35-1/4″w x 18″ d, (bottom case) 38″ w x 19” d. CONDITION: Some old repairs, presently has no brasses, japanning possibly a later decoration. 9-91809 (8,000-10,000)


NEW ENGLAND TALL CASE CLOCK BY R. WHITING, WINCHESTER. Case has reddish/brown varnish. Simple cutout base with scroll crest. Decorated painted wood dial with town scene. Two inset small dials. Weight driven. Weights and pendulum present. Wooden works, bell detached. SIZE: 85-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93222 (2,000-3,000)


AARON WILLARD SR. BANJO CLOCK. Unsigned. Replaced eagle finial, old hands and dial but not original to clock. Deadbeat movement. Reverse painted glass shows ‘Constitution’ and another ship in battle. Throat glass has leaves on a white background “Patent”. Key, pendulum and weight are present. SIZE: 33” h. CONDITION: Glass painting is flaking with chips. Good. 9-93062 (5,000-7,000)


FINE 20TH CENTURY FIVE FOLD PAINTED WOOD ROOM SCREEN WITH NAUTICAL SCENES. One side has three ship paintings with other nautical motifs. Captain’s names are written under named ships. Center panel has writing and flags “May Peace and Plenty on Our Nation Smile and Trade With Commerce Bless the British Isle. God Save the Queen”. Painting is all on a red background with blue and yellow line decoration. Back side has outside panels decorated with nautical motif, other panels are just the red background. SIZE: 69-1/2” h x 21” (each panel) x 105” extended. CONDITION: Very good. Some splits, three pieces of inner molding missing and one piece at base chipped. 9-92904 (500-1,000)


SHEET STEEL SAILING SHIP WEATHERVANE. Circa 1920/30. Three mast in full sails. SIZE: 24-1/2” h x 38” l. CONDITION: Structurally sound, some rust. 9-93231 (400-800)


INLAID DOVETAIL SEAMAN’S CHEST. Chest has inlaid stars and stylized pinwheels with bone and ebony inlay. Small till and iron handles. Small applied bracket base. SIZE: 16-1/2” h x 29” w x 14-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93579 (350-500)


TABLETOP BRASS AND WOOD BINNACLE. Round top with handle has two viewing windows with covers. Wood base. SIZE: 20-1/2” h x 17” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93110 (400-600)


JAPANESE (20th c) PATRIOTIC SILK NEEDLEWORK W/ FLAGS AND EAGLE. Picture shows colorful silk American flags and shield with American spread-winged eagle. Above is banner “E Pluribus Unum” all on a light brown silk background. Housed in a modern silver gilt wood frame. SIZE: 26-1/4” x 28-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good with some wrinkling to background. 9-93115 (400-600)


LUDOLF BACKHUYSEN (Dutch 1631-1709) SHIPS AT ANCHOR. Outstanding early watercolor is monogrammed with initials in right corner, left corner has what might be a location. Scene shows two principal boats side by side with several other boats in background. Calm sea with white clouds and blue sky. We believe this to be a study for a major oil painting. It has penciled grid lines approximately 1″ both horizontally and vertically. The flag flying off the main ship indicates Rotterdam port. Remarkable detail by a renowned artist who is best known for his ships on violent seas. SIGHT SIZE: 8 1/2″ h x 13 1/4″ w. CONDITION: Left hand side has water spot damage, also one spot in ocean. 9-91931 (5,000-7,000)


BRASS QUEEN ANNE TABLETOP TELESCOPE. Unsigned. Folding three-legged stand has three snake feet. SIZE: 56” extended x 19” h. CONDITION: As is, missing lens. End lens chipped. 9-92447 (2,000-3,000)


LARGE ANTIQUE TWO MAST SAILBOAT MODEL. White and black hull, removable deck boxes, rigged but no sails. SIZE: 63” h x 59” l x 14-1/2” w. CONDITION: Some rigging loose, repainted hull. Otherwise, good. 9-92448 (1,500-2,500)


MAGNIFICENT LARGE CASED SHIP MODEL OF THE STEAM AND SAIL YACHT “ELEANOR”. “The Eleanor ” was designed in 1894 by Charles Hanscon and built at Bath Ironworks. It’s owner was W.A. Slater. A exceptionally well crafted large model cased within a fabulous inlaid mahogany and glass custom case on stand. A wonderful centerpiece for any marine collection. SIZE: Model: 52″ l x 32″ h x 25″, Case: 70″ h x 69″ w x 25″ d. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-91016 (6,000-8,000)


WILLEM AND JAN BLAEU (Dutch, 1626-1673) AND HENRICUS HONDIUS (Dutch, 1597-1658) TWO MAPS. NOVA BELGICA ET ANGLIA NOVA and BARMVDAS. Two maps with watercolor highlights taken from books. Each with center vertical fold, each mounted with lift matte and glassine front. Each has descriptive text on reverse. 1) Shows New England from mid-Atlantic coast to New Brunswick. Map has animals, boats and legends depicted across the map. PAPER SIZE: 19-1/2” x 23-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 2) Shows Bermuda with colorful central cartouche with description. Island is divided into many sections, which are color coded and numbered with corresponding legend on bottom of map. This shows the owner’s of particular sections. Signed in map Ámstelodami, Guiljelm Blaeuw Excudit”. PAPER SIZE: 18-1/3” x 22”. CONDITION: Very good. Bottom corners cut. 9-92783 (500-800)


MAHOGANY PILLAR AND SCROLL SHELF CLOCK BY E. TERRY & SONS. Decorated original wood dial. Wooden works with original label. Reverse painted scene with large white house. SIZE: 30-1/2” h x 17-1/4” w. CONDITION: Old finish with some old repair. Very good. 9-92937 (1,000-2,000)


AMERICAN SCHOOL (19th century) FOLK ART CHILD PORTRAIT. Wonderful unsigned oil on canvas portrait shows girl in a white dress with pink ribbons. She wears a coral necklace and has blond hair with ringlets and big blue eyes. This painting was found in Owego, NY. Original lemon gold carved wood frame. SIZE: 30″ x 25″. CONDITION: Four old very small scrapes outside of hair, very good. 9-93610 (3,000-5,000)


FINE PORTRAIT OF A MAN (American 19th century). Oil on canvas half portrait of man seated in decorated chair wearing black suit with pearl and amethyst pin. A very pleasing portrait. Gesso decorated period frame. SIZE: 30 1/4″ h x 25 1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91921 (1,500-2,500)


CHARMING 19TH CENTURY OIL ON PANEL OF A NEW ENGLAND FARMHOUSE. Painting depicts a traditional New England salt box farmhouse and attached buildings with stone and split rail fences surrounding it. Well and small pond in the foreground, all framed in what appears to be the original lemon gold frame. SIZE: 19 1/2″ w x 13″ h CONDITION: Very good to excellent, a small paint loss at the top of the sky. 9-93566 (400-600)


A.H. BINDEN (American, 19th century) TRANQUIL LANDSCAPE. Oil on canvas scene shows river with small rowboat tied to post on rock/sandy shore. Other side of river has pasture and trees with large hills in background. Signed lower left AH Binden possibly AH Birden. Housed in an antique gesso decorated frame. There is script writing on the back of the canvas which cannot be deciphered. SIZE: 12” x 20” CONDITION: There are three tears above hilltop 1”, 1/2”, 1/2”; otherwise good. 9-93449 (400-600)


SPONGE DECORATED AND PAINTED PANEL PENNSYLVANIA DOWRY CHEST. Green and mustard sponge decoration. Two rounded top painted panels to front with two-handled vase of flowers. Identical panels on each end and square painted panels to top. Mustard background with colorful flowers. Chest has applied bracket foot with cutout ends. Lid has cotter pin hinge, single board top with rounded front edge. Lap joint and nail construction. Lidded till. Original lock and key. Old paper label on inside of lid “Old Blanket chest, refinished with vinegar graining and panels with tulip motif, 1932. Snipe hinges”. Similar flower style painting is found on Dauphin County pieces. SIZE: 24” h x 45” w x 19” d. CONDITION: Some scratches and paint chips. Lid has large inside chip, otherwise good. 9-92816 (1,000-2,000)


MOLDED COPPER RUNNING HORSE WEATHERVANE. Horse is shown in running position with two legs out and two legs up. Spiked mane, some original gold showing. Black and green finish. SIZE: 28” l x 14” h. CONDITION: Good. 9-93075 (2,000-4,000)


MOLDED COPPER FISH WEATHERVANE. Cod like fish with good old green verdigris finish. Attributed to J.W. Fiske. SIZE: 26” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93452 (500-1,000)


AMERICAN (19th Century) LION CALLIGRAPHY. Pen and ink lion has drawn head, mane and feet. Body, tail and legs are penmanship calligraphy. Well executed drawing shows lion standing. Housed in a modern gilt frame with gray matte and anti-glare glass. SIGHT SIZE: 18-1/2” x 25”. CONDITION: Horizontal tear 3-1/2” from top going almost the entire length of picture. Otherwise, very good. 9-92437 (1,500-2,500)


GOOD PAIR OF FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINED WOOD DOLLS. Man is outfitted in cowboy attire. Has carved wood hands, feet and head. Woman wears layered dress and apron with hat. She also has wooden hinged legs, painted head and hands. SIZE: 20” t. CONDITION: Some paint chips, otherwise good. 9-93443 (800-1,200)


MINIATURE ANTIQUE PAINTED AND UPHOLSTERED FAINTING COUCH. Wood frame with light blue paint and scroll design. Light green upholstery. Circa 1830. SIZE: 12-1/2” h x 25” l x 10-1/2” d. CONDITION: Good. 9-92440 (500-1,000)


CARL WILLIAM PETERS (American, 1897-1980) SUMMER LANDSCAPE WITH RIVER. Oil on canvas scene shows winding river with men next to small boat. River winds through bridge, farm and hills in distance. Signed on reverse with Estate stamp and signed by Carl Peters daughter. SIZE: 20” x 24”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93394 (3,000-5,000)


GIFFORD BEAL (American, 1879-1956) RURAL STREET SCENE. Oil on board painting shows street scene with houses and people. New England red barn with silo in background. White house is framed by trees and surrounded by white picket fence. Two ladies in fancy dress converse at edge of fence. Very colorful palate, signed lower left. Housed in a good carved and gilt wood frame. SIZE: 17 3/4″ x 22″ w CONDITION: Very good. 9-92705 (3,000-5,000)


ERNEST LAWSON (American, 1873-1939) SUNSET LANDSCAPE. Small oil on board scene shows water in foreground with grass covered banks, black trees and orange sky background. Signed lower right “E. Lawson”. Housed in an antique gilt gesso decorated frame with gilt liner. Name plaque on liner. SIZE: 7-3/4” x 10”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93417 (4,000-6,000)


ATTR. WILLIAM MARK FISCHER (American, 1841-1923) SUMMER LANDSCAPE WITH COWS. Oil on canvas scene shows two cows in opening of woods with woman standing next to tree. Signed lower left “Enneking 79”. Outstanding gilt gesso decorated frame. SIZE: 20” x 24-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93548 (2,000-3,000)


FINE CARVED CURIO CABINET. Cabinet has two small carved doors, multi-tiered shelves. Top section has beveled glass mirror and carving. Each shelf has spindled gallery and front pierced carving. SIZE: 57” h x 37” w x 11-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93310 (700-1,000)


OAK LION DECORATED MORRIS CHAIR. Original green upholstery cushions, flat shaped arms with stylized lion head carvings. Carved paw feet, spiral carved side spindles. SIZE: 37-4/5” h x 15” seat height. CONDITION: Original finish, some fading to upholstery. Back has repair. 9-93382 (300-500)


LARGE WELLER JARDINIÈRE ON STAND IN THE “BALDIN” PATTERN. Green and brown background with red and cream colored apples. SIZE: 32” h x 13” at widest. CONDITION: Base chip with small line, otherwise very good. 9-93259 (250-400)


TWO PIECES OF DECORATED MOORCROFT POTTERY. 1) 10” dia. x 2-1/2” h bowl. Decorated with iris and blue flowers. Fully signed. 2) 5” h x 6” w vase decorated with pansies. Fully signed with paper label. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92892 (200-400)


ORIENTAL AREA RUG. This fine rug has a center ivory medallion with all over flower pattern surrounded by a double diamond medallion with all over designs. Multi border with sort of a blue/black field. Predominant colors are black, ivory, red. SIZE: 6’5″ x 3’10”. CONDITION: Very good. Shows even wear and loss to fringe. 9-93353 (500-800)


ROOM SIZE ORIENTAL RUG. Center large medallion with blue field having all over intricate pattern surrounded by a rust border and a deep blue edge. SIZE: 10′ x 8’5″. CONDITION: Generally good. Some fringe damage. 9-93354 (800-1,200)


SMALL ORIENTAL SAROUK MAT. Wonderful flower designs on a burgundy field with a deep blue border. SIZE: 4’10” x 3’4″. CONDITION: Loss of fringe to both ends, otherwise very good. 9-93342 (500-700)


SMALL ONE DOOR RED CUPBOARD. Single board door opens to reveal five shelves with ivory painted interior. Small porcelain knob, Simple molded top. Square nail construction with two board back. SIZE: 74-1/4” h x 31” w x 15-1/2” d. CONDITION: Generally good. One split to bottom right. 9-93205 (800-1,200)


ASSEMBLED SET OF SEVEN STEP DOWN WINDSOR CHAIRS. All finished differently, two in paint. All seven spindle back, one arm chair, six side chairs. SIZE: 32-1/2” – 34-1/2” h x 16” – 17” seat height. CONDITION: Good. 9-93358 (700-1,000)


PRIMITIVE TWO DOOR WATER BENCH. Large scrubbed countertop with small back splash. Two doors below with three shelves. In red paint. Nice form with great primitive appeal. SIZE: 39-1/2” h x 60” w x 20” d. CONDITION: Good. 9-93219 (500-1,000)


MAJOLICA: UMBRELLA STAND. Turquoise background with bamboo and yellow flowers. No mark. SIZE: 23″ h x 8 1/2″ top diameter. CONDITION: Professionally repaired chip to top rim, very good. 9-52-353 (800-1,200)


MAJOLICA: PITCHER IN THE TRIANGULAR, FAN, AND OWL MOTIF BY EUREKA. Unmarked large pitcher has colorful fans with small owl in top fan. Pink interior with brown bamboo handle. Gray stippled background with top yellow fan. SIZE: 9″ h CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-259 (300-500)


MAJOLICA: CAKE STAND. Top has central blue pebble surface with flying colorful bird approaching flowered branch. Gold border with a flaring pedestal. Unmarked. SIZE: 4 1/2″ h x 9 1/2″ d CONDITION: Very good, some glaze roughness to pebble surface. 9-52-262 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: FIGURAL COCKATOO PITCHER BY WILLIAM BROWNFIELD. Impressed mark to base Brownfield 2099 7/82. Bird has white body and feather with yellow feathered crest. Twig handle with green leaves, bird is perched on twin branches. SIZE: 11″ h CONDITION: Complete restoration to crest, good. 95-52-340 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: TEAPOT IN THE CAULIFLOWER MOTIF BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Marked bottom impressed E13 white cauliflower top with pink edged green leaves, pink interior. SIZE: 5-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Minor roughness to interior rim, cover has interior rim chip, otherwise very good. 9-52-249 (300-500)


MAJOLICA: FOUR PIECES IN THE CAULIFLOWER MOTIF BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. 1. 9″ plate with impressed mark. 2. 8″ plate with impressed mark having rim chips. 3. 6″ saucer. 4. 2 1/2″ cup. CONDITION: Very good with rim chips to #2. 9-52-283 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: THREE PIECE TEA SET IN BLACKBERRY. Light blue background with relief blackberry with leaves. Unmarked, creamer has registry mark. Height of teapot 6″. CONDITION: Teapot has chips to spout, hairline and small nick to rim. Sugar and creamer are very good. 9-52-350 (200-300)


MAJOLICA: COVERED BUTTER DISH IN THE ASIAN, BIRD, AND FAN MOTIF BY WARDLES. Impressed registry mark to base bottom section in cream color with pink flowers. Cover with colored fans, bird, butterfly, and branch. SIZE: 4 1/2″ h x 8 1/2″ w CONDITION: Small chip to cover edge, restoration to bottom, otherwise good. 9-52-264 (100-200)


THREE BOARD TOP ONE DRAWER FARM TABLE. Tapered square legs with one central drawer, cut corner top with nice natural patina. SIZE: 30” h x 72” w x 35” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93214 (500-1,000)


SET OF SIX HALF SPINDLE PLANK SEAT SIDE CHAIRS BRANDED I. LANDIS. Stripped of paint, spindles have small ball centers, shaped front stretcher and flat crests. Brand is on bottom of seat. SIZE: 34″”h x 17″”seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93215 (600-900)


GOOD ONE DOOR SMALL RED CUPBOARD. One raised panel door with three shelves behind. Molded edge door casing and corners. Back splash to top. SIZE: 65” h x 36” w case size x 16” d. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-93226 (500-800)


HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE STATE HOUSE BOSTON PLATTER. Nice scene with state house and cows in foreground with eagle border. Made by Joseph Stubbs, unmarked. SIZE: 14-1/2” x 12”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92786 (1,000-2,000)


HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE PLATE “CITY HALL NEW YORK”. From the Beauties of America Series by Ridgway. SIZE: 10”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93585 (250-350)


HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE PLATTER “THE LANDING OF GENERAL LAFAYETTE AT CASTLE GARDEN, NEW YORK, 16 AUGUST 1824”. Impressed “Clews” mark on base. SIZE: 17-1/4” x 13”. CONDITION: Very good, minor scratches on surface. 9-93593 (1,750-2,250)


HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE DARK BLUE BOWL “THE LANDING OF GENERAL LAFAYETTE AT CASTLE GARDEN, NEW YORK, 16 AUGUST 1824”. Impressed mark “Clews”. SIZE: 8-3/4” dia. CONDITION: Small chip repair to edge. Otherwise, very good. 9-93584 (400-600)


RARE REDWARE SLIP CUP. Dark brown glaze, pouring spout for goose quill and opening at top. “A slip cup was used with a goose quill inserted through the opening from which the liquid slip was made to trickle over the surface of the ware. The decorator drew the quills over the surface of the clay in waving or zigzag lines. The slip, being made to flow out by the power of attraction.” SIZE: 5” h x 5” w. CONDITION: Very good. 1-28765 (1,000-1,500)


FRANZ A. BISCHOFF (American, 1864-1921) “CARMEL COAST”. Large oil on canvas shows crashing wave through a break in rocky shore. Sun shines through top of wave and on one side of rocks. Signed lower right “Franz A. Bischoff”. Title, signed and dated on reverse of canvas “1921”. Primitive plank wood double frame. SIZE: 25-3/4” x 32”. CONDITION: Some small chips but generally good. 9-93400 (5,000-7,000)


ROBERT REID (American, 1862-1929) SUMMER LANDSCAPE. Oil on canvas impressionistic summer landscape shows winding brook through grass covered field looking across at evergreen trees and hill. Signed lower right “Reid 1910”. Housed in a fine pierce decorated gilt frame. SIZE: 16” x 20”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93398 (4,000-6,000)


ROBERT EMMETT OWEN (American, 1878-1957) “STUDY OF THE PROFILE, FRANCONIA NOTCH NEW HAMPSHIRE”. Oil on board scene shows profile rock formation through trees with green foliage. Nice pastel colors of blue, green and pink. Signed lower right “R. Emmett Owen”. Old label on reverse has title. Housed in a replacement gesso decorated gilt frame. SIZE: 12” x 16”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93405 (2,500-3,500)


LEE WINSLOW COURT (American, 1903-1992) “FREEDOM FROM DISTURBANCE”. Oil on canvas New England winter landscape. Snow covered forested hills with a New England farm with red silo in foreground. Signed lower right “Lee W. Court”. Housed in a fine gray painted and white lined wood frame. Artist studio label to reverse with name and title. “No. 382” on canvas which may indicate the number given to it by the Farnsworth Art Museum who published a book concerning this artist. SIZE: 20” x 34”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93559 (1,000-2,000)


LEE WINSLOW COURT (American, 1903-1992) MT. WASHINGTON WINTER SCENE. Oil on canvas winter scene shows tall snow covered mountain with valley below. In foreground is a New England farm with red silo. Signed lower right “Lee W. Court”. Housed in a silver gilt wood frame. Initialed and dated on reverse LWC 52”. No. 201 on canvas which may indicate the number given to it by the Farnsworth Art Museum who published a book concerning this artist. SIZE: 18” x 32”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93560 (1,000-2,000)


GRAIN PAINTED ONE DRAWER BLANKET CHEST. Red and black grain painting, molded edge drawer with two wood knobs. Cutout bracket type base. SIZE: 32-1/2” h x 43-1/4” w x 19” d. CONDITION: Old repair to hinge area, some stains and roughness to top. 9-92720 (1,500-2,000)


GRAY PAINTED EARLY DRY SINK. Open top with one raised paneled door. Two shelves, slate gray paint over red. SIZE: 33” h x 38-1/2” w x 19” d. CONDITION: Paint loss to where someone wire wheeled the nail heads and never touched up. Otherwise, good. 9-92424 (1,200-1,600)


THREE-PIECE SCHOOLMASTER’S DESK. Top section with slant lift lid having six drawer interior and back splash with four compartments. Middle section has two paneled doors with four compartments. Bottom section is base frame with square tapered legs. Reddish brown finish. SIZE: 53” h x 28” w x 23-1/2” d. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-93225 (400-600)


BOWBACK WINDSOR ARM CHAIR. Slightly splayed turned legs, shallow wide seat. Paint has been stripped with some black showing. SIZE: 39” h x 17-1/2” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93232 (500-1,000)


PAUL CORNOYER (American, 1864-1923) “THE LIGHTS IN THE WINDOW”. Outstanding oil on canvas evening scene shows a connected New England home seen through several trees and a fence. Lights shine in the window under a starry sky. Signed lower left “Paul Cornoyer”. On back of canvas states “This picture is the property of Mrs. Maripat Boginis signed Mrs. Mary Jackson”. Titled in pencil on stretcher. Acquired from the artists family estate. An outstanding example of this artists work. SIZE: 36” x 32”. CONDITION: Very good. Cleaned with very minor touchup. 9-93558 (15,000-25,000)


OUTSTANDING AND RARE MONHEGAN HOTEL GUEST BOOK WITH ORIGINAL ART. This guest book from a Monhegan Island hotel dated 1903 has several hand painted oil and watercolor miniature paintings. It documents the artist colony that visited and stayed at this hotel between 1908 -1950. The register has area for name, address, date and remarks. Artists with drawings include: Charles H. Ebert 1915, Mary Roberts Ebert 1915, Della Whitney 1916, Polly Steele 1925, Frederic Dorr Steele 1927, Ella Gilman Russell 1910, Lillian V. Whiting 1910, Woodhull Adams 1912, Eloise Wood 1916, Maude Briggs Knowlton 1921, Sears Gallagher 1922, Amanda Reed ? 1916. Also included are a couple of photographs of the island. There are many names, which are no doubt artists. This guest book chronicles the artist colony and the time period in which artists from all over the country visited. SIZE: 7-3/4” x 11-1/2”. CONDITION: Binding is damaged, pages are loose. Generally in good condition. 9-93447 (1,000-1,500)


ERIC SLOANE (American, 1910-1985) BOATHOUSE AT LAKE HOPATCONG. Oil on board shows large boathouse with moored sailboat. Small motor boat coming toward the boathouse with dog waiting to greet them. Signed lower right “Sloane”. Housed in a replacement gilt molded wood frame. PROVENANCE: Letter accompanies painting dated October 9th, 2002 from Dorothy Hinrichs who is Eric Sloane’s sister. She states she believes it was painted in the late 1930’s and that the painting is of their families summer boathouse on Lake Hopatcong. SIZE: 22” x 26”. CONDITION: Thin paint surface, otherwise very good. 9-93391 (4,000-6,000)


ALDRO T. HIBBARD (American, 1886-1972) BASS ROCKS. Oil on board coastline scene with blue-green water and gray brown rocks. Signed lower left “A.T. Hibbard”. Nice colorful pallet. Housed in a very fine double gilt arts and crafts style replacement frame. SIZE: 18” x 26”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93563 (5,000-8,000)


CONTEMPORARY TABRIZ ORIENTAL RUG. Predominant colors are blue and red. SIZE: 13’4″ x 9’9″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93604 (700-1,000)


SMALL SILK BOKARA SCATTER RUG. Central burgundy field with three columns of six symbols. Colors are blue, ivory and red. SIZE: 3’2” x 2’7”. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-92824 (400-600)


EARLY GRECO-ROMAN POTTERY TWO HANDLED REDWARE BOWL. Footed bowl has two large D-shaped handles with small mushroom type finials. Interior decorated with portrayal of one of the gods, which shows a man with wings. Flower vine border. Comes with custom metal and wood stand. SIZE: 4-1/2” h x 15-1/4” dia. CONDITION: Professional repair, otherwise very good. 9-92864 (1,000-1,500)


EARLY DECORATED ISLAMIC BOWL. 12th-15th Century. Inside of bowl has two antelope type figures. Outside of bowl has black stripes. Bowl has green and yellow decoration. SIZE: 2” h x 6” w. CONDITION: Professionally repaired. Otherwise good. 9-92862 (300-500)


EARLY BYZANTINE BOTTLE/VASE. Bulbous vase is decorated with blue and red bird and colorful flowers. These pieces were found in Byblos. Used to keep salts and aromas. SIZE: 6” h. CONDITION: Professional repair to lip, otherwise good. 9-92863 (300-500)


INTERESTING RELIGIOUS ROUND PAINTING OF ANGELS. Outstanding gilt carved foliate frame, round painting with gilt rayed background shows eight angels in fine detail with pink, yellow, red, blue and black dresses. SIZE: 9-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92835 (200-300)


RUSSIAN BRASS OVERLAY PAINTED WOOD ICON. Decorated brass front has windows where faces show through onto a painted wood surface. Signed on bottom in the brass. SIZE: 12-1/2” x 10-1/2”. CONDITION: Good. 9-93450 (400-600)


CARVED OAK TALL CASE CLOCK BY THOMAS LISTER, HALIFAX. Case is quarter-sawn oak with carved door and front door frame, bottom panel and hood. Deep carved ovals with flower petal design to door, shaped top of door has bird carving above. Silvered dial with two keyholes has Roman numeral hours and numbers for minutes. Interior dial indicates days. Applied brass corner decoration to dial. Full round columns at front of hood and quarter columns at waist. Short applied bracket base. Weights, keys and pendulum present. SIZE: 82-1/2” h x 20” w x 9” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91755 (4,000-6,000)


FINE MAHOGANY INLAID SHERATON SIDEBOARD. Center section has bow front top drawer with three straight drawers below. Each drawer has line inlay, ivory escutcheon and bail brasses. Flanking these drawers are large doors with a drawer above with line inlay, ivory escutcheons and single brass bail. Shaped top mimics front. Paneled sides. Nice matching crotch veneer. Six short reeded turned legs. SIZE: 45-3/4” h x 70-3/4” case x 24-1/4” d. CONDITION: Very good. Probably had brass castor feet. 9-93564 (4,000-6,000)


INDIAN POTTERY BOWL. Possibly Acoma. Bowl has wide shoulder and tapered body. 4-1/2″ opening at top with notched edge. Good bold geometric shapes with three stylized faces. Concave red base. SIZE: 7″ h x 8″ at widest. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93501 (1,250-1,750)


DECORATED INDIAN POTTERY BOWL. Red and black decoration including four-leaf clover, two wide curving lines and concave red base. SIZE: 8-3/4″ h x 9-1/2″ at widest. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93502 (1,400-1,800)


INDIAN SHIPIBO POTTERY BOWL. Black and red geometric decoration. Bottom section is red background, top is a light tan background. Very thin pottery. Wide shallow bowl. SIZE: 4-1/2″ h x 9-1/2″ at widest. CONDITION: Professional repair to 4″ x 3″ area on side. 9-93535 (2,000-3,000)


TALL ROUND BOTTOM INDIAN JAR. Geometric patterns in red and brown on a light tan pottery. Step-type decoration in triangles. SIZE: 10″ h x 9″ at widest. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93503 (1,000-1,500)


E SLEY (American, 20th C) WATERCOLOR/GOUACHE OF INDIAN CHIEF. Portrait shows elderly Indian chief with colorful costume. Braided hair and feather in hair. Signed lower right “E. Sley”. Double matted with simple wood molded frame. SIZE: 17-1/2″ x 13-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93504 (1,250-1,750)


HENRY F. FARNY (American 1847-1916) INDIAN PORTRAIT. Watercolor of Indian smoking a pipe. Signed lower right “Farny” with a circle and a dot. Portrait shows from shoulder up. Person wears red necklace, earring and round hat. Housed in a modern gold frame with double mat. SIZE: 5-3/4” x 3-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93488 (4,000-6,000)


ARTHUR SARON SARNOFF (American, 1912-2000) “SCOUTING PARTY”. Oil on canvas western scene shows Indians on horseback proceeding through large rock outcroppings. Signed lower left Art Sarnoff, signed and titled on reverse of painting. Housed in a fine gilt frame. SIZE: 24″ x 30″ CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93050 (4,500-6,500)


ARTHUR SARON SARNOFF (American, 1912-2000) “VALLEY WATCH”. Unframed oil on canvas western landscape shows Indian Brave with Winchester Rifle kneeling next to brown spotted white horse with red blanket. Green covered valley is seen with large rock outcropping. Signed lower left Art Sarnoff, signed and titled on reverse. SIZE: 20″ x 24″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-93048 (3,500-5,000)


ARTHUR SARON SARNOFF (American, 1912-2000) “EAST OF MECKER”. Oil on board western landscape shows two cowboys atop horses pulling four packhorses. Shown in a colorful mountain and river valley landscape. Signed lower right, not framed. Titled and signed on back. SIZE: 24″ x 36″ CONDITION: Very good, some separation of corners of board. 9-93049 (4,000-6,000)


SMALL MAHOGANY SHERATON BOW FRONT CHEST. Four graduated bow front drawers flanked by reeded and turned columns ending in cookie tops. Turned legs, replaced bail brasses. SIZE: 37” h x 36” w case x 19” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92812 (1,500-2,500)


TWO DRAWER CARVED FEDERAL MAHOGANY STAND. Two dovetailed drawers each having two wood knobs. Top has applied half round molded edge, four spiral turned legs on brass castor feet. Two inset fully carved side columns, flanked drawers. Probably New York or Pennsylvania. SIZE: 28-1/2” h x 22” w x 17” d. CONDITION: Some veneer loss, one small piece of edging missing. Otherwise, good. 9-92922 (800-1,200)


MAHOGANY SHERATON CARVED LEG CARD TABLE. Swing leg supports fold over leaf, round corner top, spiral carved legs ending in ball feet. SIZE: 30” h x 35-1/2” w x 17-3/4” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93297 (600-1,000)


FINE SET OF SIX MAHOGANY EMPIRE DINING CHAIRS. Matched set with vase backs and pointed crest. Needlepoint seats, three having red background, three having blue background. SIZE: 32-1/2” h x 18” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93296 (900-1,200)


AARON WILLARD SR. BANJO CLOCK. Not signed. Replaced lower door glass has white background with half sun in a fan motif. Marked “Willard’s Patent”. Typical brass Willard movement, standard weight driven recoil escapement. All else is original including the brass acorn type finial. Brass plaque affixed to bottom “Property of Pennsylvania Museum of Art, Fairmount, Philadelphia.” SIZE: 33-1/2” h. CONDITION: Throat glass has two cracks. Otherwise, very good. 9-93061 (5,000-7,000)


ANTIQUE MINIATURE INLAID GRANDFATHER CLOCK. Tall case form having two conch shell inlays. Mahogany case with key wound watch movement. Movement signed “Majestic Watch Co. 15 Jewel”. Label on back of hinged back door “Bulgin Watch and Clock Maker, Bath”. Hinged front hood door with large white enamel dial. SIZE: 17” H X 5” w. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-93063 (2,000-3,000)


MAHOGANY INLAID FEDERAL MIRROR (American/British 19th century). Mirror has typical Chippendale scroll work bottom crest which is slightly curved. Rectangular mirror frame has gold moldings with double line inlay. Top crest has double open scroll top flanking a central gold urn. All surrounding the mahogany crest with vertical oval inlay of urn. Book type and line inlay. Appears to have old glass. SIZE: 48” x 22” CONDITION: Two decorations missing from top sides, small chip to bottom scroll work, otherwise very good. 9-92936 (800-1,200)


PERSIAN SEMI-ANTIQUE SCATTER RUG. Center has diamond shape medallion with all over flower design on a blue field. SIZE: 7’ x 4’6”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92826 (1,000-1,500)


SMALL ORIENTAL AREA RUG. Interesting rug has gold field with flowers surrounded by a thin border and a large border of flowers on top of a rose colored field surrounded by another border. SIZE: 6’2″ x 3’8″. CONDITION: Generally good. There is a patch in the center field approx. 5″ x 8″ and shows some wear. 9-93341 (250-400)


PAIR OF SMALL ORIENTAL MATS. Nice quality Tabriz type mats with rust field, center medallion with two urns of flowers surrounded by a medium blue border and three small borders. SIZE: 2’9″ x 1’11” and 2’7″ x 1’11”. CONDITION: Very good, some fringe loss. 9-93345 (300-600)


CHARLES P. GRUPPE (American, 1860-1940) “NEAR THE HAGUE, HOLLAND”. Oil on board painting shows large windmill next to river with haystack. Signed lower left Chas P. Gruppe and titled on reverse in pencil. Housed in a fine carved replacement arts and craft style frame. SIZE: 9 3/4″ x 13 3/4″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-93037 (2,500-3,500)


CHARLES PAUL GRUPPE. (American, 1860-1940) DUTCH WOODSMAN. Oil on canvas scene shows man seated against large tree smoking a pipe. His axe lies on the ground beside him. A stack of cut wood rests between poles. Signed lower right “Chas. Gruppe”. A nice early work by this artist. Housed in a gilt molded wood frame. SIZE: 10” x 14”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93553 (2,500-3,000)


OTIS COOK (American, 1900-1980) GLOUCESTER HARBOR SCENE. Oil on canvas scene shows two men on dock next to moored lobster boat. Adjacent are several fishing vessels next to another dock. Housed in its original painted frame with white liner. SIZE: 20” x 24”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93551 (2,500-3,000)


WAYNE MORRELL (American, 1923-) SEASIDE. Oil on masonite Rockport, Mass beach scene shows a variety of bathers in colorful attire. Backdrop is the town center with sailboats on a light blue ocean. Signed lower left “Wayne Morrell”. Housed in a fine gold leaf and linen lined frame. This painting was purchased at the Retrospective Exhibition in 1992 at Drexel University. SIZE: 24” x 36”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93555 (3,000-5,000)


MABEL MAY WOODWARD (American, 1877-1945) “Nubble-Light, York”. Oil on board painting shows Maine’s Nubble Lighthouse on grass covered rock point. Several buildings attached; signed lower left in pencil M Woodard. Housed in a fine replacement gilt arts and craft frame. Provenance: Label from De Cordova Museum Lincoln, Mass attached to back. SIZE: 10″ x 13″ CONDITION: A few minor chips to surface. 9-92699 (2,000-4,000)


CANE: 18th/19th C SWORD CANE. Tapered wood shaft holds long handled sword with tapered 30-1/2” blade. Brass ferrules with gold decorated knob top. SIZE: 43-1/4” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93543 (2,750-3,250)


CANE: SWORD CANE. Simple wood shaft with bent elbow as handle. Holds tapering 27” blade. SIZE: 34-1/2”. CONDITION: Some bark peeling, otherwise very good. 9-93542 (350-500)


LOT OF THREE CANES. 1) Silver top with wood shaft, unmarked. SIZE: 35-1/2” dense. 2) Horn handle with brass ferrule. SIZE: 34”. 3) Stag handle with carved scallop shell sword cane. Sword handle has viewing hole and long steel blade with chase decoration. SIZE: Blade is 26-1/2”. 34-3/4” total. CONDITION: Good. 9-92818 (300-400)


STERLING SILVER HARE HANDLED CANE. Head has hallmarks which indicate “London 1906”. Glass eyes 2” x 3-1/2”. Horn tip on a tapered round ebony type shaft. SIZE: 34-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93537 (1,250-1,750)


BRONZE FIGURE OF DANIEL WEBSTER SIGNED BOYER. Daniel Webster stands with arm out, finger pointed, other hand at vest. Two books stacked on left side. Scroll on column behind “I Still Live”. Cut corner square base signed “Boyer”. SIZE: 16” h 6” square base. CONDITION: Very good. 8-87131 (2,500-4,000)


BRONZE FIGURE “PECHEUSE” AFTER EUGENE LAURENT. Dark brown patina figurine shows woman with basket of fruit slung over shoulder with hand towards forward looking off in the distance. SIZE: 19” h CONDITION: Good. 9-93460 (300-500)


ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN GEORGE BROWN (American 1831-1913) BOY BLOWING BUBBLES. Oil on canvas shows young street urchin seated on wood crate with mug in one hand and clay pipe held in the air upside down with bubble dropping from bowl. Fine detailed painting with a common theme by this fine artist. This painting is signed in the lower right “Brown NA”. There is a hole approximately 1/2″ x 1/4″ before the “B” in Brown. We presume that this obliterates the first two initials of the artist name. Housed in what appears to be its original gold gesso decorated frame. SIZE: 14″ x 10″. CONDITION: Painting appears to be untouched. It has three small holes and one 1″ tear. Otherwise, very good. 9-93045 (4,500-5,500)


JAMES WELLS CHAMPNEY (American 1843-1903) “NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND”. Oil on mahogany panel interior scene shows man with needle and thread stitching a dress seated in a folding stool. He sits next to a wood stove with a jar atop. Signed lower right “J. Wells Champney”. Housed in a antique gold gesso decorated frame. Back of panel has original label with title, artist and location “96 5th Avenue, New York”. Pencil inscription indicated catalog #36. SIZE: 13” x 9-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good, minor touch-up. 9-93477 (4,000-6,000)


MARTIN E. THOMPSON (American 1786-1877) COLD SPRING HARBOR AND WEST POINT ON THE HUDSON. Oil on canvas scene shows a large area of water off the Hudson which has eight rowboats at different docks and one in the river with four people. The Highlands are seen as a backdrop with a town shown nestled on the side of the river. A fine panoramic view of this historic area. Signed lower right on a rock “M. E. Thompson”. Housed in a fine Hudson River style reproduction frame. SIZE: 18” x 42”. CONDITION: Very good. Clean with some very minor inpainting. 9-93471 (6,000-10,000)


GEORGE EDWARD CANDEE (American 1833-1867) THE COMING STORM. Oil on canvas summer scene shows panoramic view of valley having farmhouse, cattle and meandering road with person on road. Pink and gray clouds are building as an approaching storm comes from the distance. A blue sky area sheds light on valley farm scene. Signed lower left “G. E. Candee 1870”. Housed in a wonderful gilt double replacement frame. SIZE: 20” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good. Relined, minor touch-up. 9-93481 (4,000-6,000)


TWO PART QUEEN ANNE BONNET TOP MAHOGANY HIGHBOY. Top section has fan carved central drawer with two small drawers on each side over four graduated drawers with quarter round column sides. Base has one long drawer over three drawers with fan carved central drawer. All resting on cabriole legs with pad feet. Nicely shaped skirt. SIZE: 81-1/2” h (top of case) x 18-1/2” d x 34-1/4” w, (bottom case) 36-1/4” w x 20” d. CONDITION: Restored. 9-91810 (4,000-6,000)


SHAKER TWO DRAWER TIGER MAPLE HEPPLEWHITE STYLE STAND. Curly maple throughout with reddish finish. Dovetailed drawers with pine secondary wood. Stand has one drawer on each side fitted with wood knob. SIZE: 27-1/4″ h, 17″ x 23-1/4″ top size. CONDITION: Crack to top, otherwise good. 9-92348 (4,000-5,000)


RARE SHAKER LADDERBACK SIDE CHAIR WITH WOOD TILTERS ATTR. TO THE NEW LEBANON COMMUNITY. Original stain, what appears to be the original cane seat. Back leg wooden tilters. Double box stretcher with only one stretcher on back. SIZE: 36” h x 14-1/2” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. Some chipping where tilters connect. 9-93024 (1,750-2,250)


MAJOLICA: PLATTER IN THE SHELL & SEAWEED ALBINO PATTERN BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Light blue edge with cream center, impressed mark on bottom. SIZE: 13 1/2″ x 9″ CONDITION: Very good, two tiny flecks to rim. 9-52-338 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: HANDLED SERVING DISH. Unmarked, deep blue background with green leaves and amethyst flowers. SIZE: 12″ x 8 3/4″ CONDITION: Very good, some minor edge roughness. 9-52-242 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: PITCHER BY WEDGWOOD. Fan and bird motif, impressed mark. White background with colorful songbirds. Light blue interior. SIZE: 6 1/2″ h CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-248 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: FOOTED BOWL BY JOSEPH HOLDCROFT. In a daisy and leaf pattern. Four large green leaves surrounded by white and yellow daisies. Light blue bottom color, impressed mark to base. SIZE: 4 1/4″ h x 10 1/2″ w CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-329 (200-300)


MAJOLICA: CHAMBER STICK. Unmarked with green, brown, and yellow mottling. SIZE: 3 1/2″ h x 6 1/2″ d CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-347 (75-125)


MAJOLICA: CANDLESTICK. Interesting form with jar type candleholder on a basket weave and leaf decorated plate. SIZE: 2 1/4″ h x 7″ d CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-348 (75-125)


MAJOLICA: LAMP. Vase form with blue background and blackberry type decoration. SIZE: 6 1/2″ vase height, overall 25″ CONDITION: Good. 9-52-352 (100-200)


TALL LION DECORATED MAJOLICA VASE. Two pierced large handles with open mouth lion motif. Flower decorated body on a white background. Inside turquoise color. SIZE: 18-1/2” h CONDITION: Restoration to base at one foot and where base meets body. Good. 9-93458 (300-500)


MAJOLICA: TWO SERVING PLATES. 1. 12 1/2″ x 6 3/4″ Shaped serving dish in the Asian bird and fan motif by Wardles, has small glaze fleck otherwise good. 2. Handled round plate, registry mark on bottom; in the sunflower and urn design by Samuel Lear. 11″ d, with small under-rim chip. 9-52-295 (200-300)


FINE STATE OF MAINE FEDERAL CANDLESTAND. Black paint, square top with ovolu corners, well defined urn turned shaft and three outsweeping snake legs. Late 18th C. SIZE: 27-1/2” h x 13-1/2” x 14” (top). CONDITION: Very good. 9-93594 (2,000-3,000)


FINE FAN BACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR. Bold bulbous turnings in original black paint. Good shaped carved seat, eight spindle back with turned crest supports. SIZE: 35-3/4” h x 16-3/4” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93598 (1,750-2,250)


CURRIER & IVES (Publisher, 19th century) “THE QUEEN OF THE TURF MAUDE S., DRIVEN BY W.W. BAIR”. Large folio lithograph on paper after a painting by Scott Leighton. Scene shows high wheeled sulky being driven by a man in black suit holding reins to a large brown horse in stride. Conningham check list #5016. Legend “The Queen of the Turf Maude S., Driven by W. W. Bair”. By Harold, Dam Miss. Russell by Pilot Jr. Record 2: 08 3/4. Housed in a birdseye maple frame. SIGHT SIZE: 22 3/4” x 31” CONDITION: Very good. 9-93229 (500-1,000)


W. SCHAUS (Publisher, 19th Century American) “THE BONE PLAYER”. Colored lithograph by “Lafosse, IMP. by Fois Delarue, Paris. Published by W. Schaus, New York 1857”. After a painting by William S. Mount. Scene shows a black man in colorful blue coat with red bow tie seated in chair with both hands held up playing two carved ivory bones in each hand. Outstanding reproduction frame has molded gilt outer frame with inner linen liner and gilt wood border. Fine ivory matte. Reference: Illustrated as figure 47 in William Sidney Mount by Cowdrey & Williams 1944. SIGHT SIZE: 29-1/2” x 23”. CONDITION: Four tears in margin. Two of which go into image, one appears to be restored. Strong color. 1-28800 (6,500-8,500)


ALFRED JONES (Engraver, American, 1819-1900) “MEXICAN NEWS”. Black and white engraving shows men at the American Hotel reading a newspaper together. After a painting by R.C. Woodville, dated 1853, printed by J. Dolton. Housed in a fine gesso decorated frame with new ivory matte. IMAGE SIZE: 20-1/2” x 18-1/2. CONDITION: Very good, chips to frame. 9-93561 (1,000-2,000)


RARE EARLY LITHO ADVERTISING FOR AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. This fabulous 19th century colored litho depicts Mt. Vesuvius in the background erupting. In the harbor are fisherman and boats. Boldly advertising Aetna Insurance Company around the edge “Paid $25,221,485.37 In Loses” “In land and fire Assets $5,000,000 1819-1869 Hartford Ct”. It is framed in a walnut Victorian frame of the period. SIZE: 30″ w x 24″ h CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 9-93567 (2,250-2,850)


CONNECTICUT BUTTERNUT ONE DOOR RED CUPBOARD. Early cupboard has central door made of two boards. Interior set with ten wood peg hooks. Beaded edging to door casing. Tongue and grooved horizontal back boards. Straight front, no feet with square headed nails. SIZE: 72” h x 49-1/2” w x 14-1/2” d. CONDITION: Original old surface has some imperfections and uneven paint. Otherwise, good. 9-92465 (1,000-2,000)


EARLY FOUR SLAT LADDERBACK ARM CHAIR. Dark finish, replaced splint seat, sausage turned post ending in shaped finials. SIZE: 45” h x 16” seat height. CONDITION: Good, shows some wear. 9-92349 (600-800)


RED PAINTED TRESTLE TYPE DINING TABLE. Four board scrubbed top with nice patina, trestle type legs with spool turning. SIZE: 29-1/4” h x 62” w x 35-1/2” d. CONDITION: Top has one rounded corner, generally in good condition. 9-93206 (400-800)


SET OF SIX ROD BACK WINDSOR CHAIRS. Simple design with splayed legs, flat crest and four spindle back. Nice honey brown finish. SIZE: 33” h x 17’ seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93489 (600-1,000)


LARGE ENGRAVED SILVER PLATED FIRE TRUMPET. Engraved fire horn with hose wagon, oak leaves and acorns. Presentation engraving, “Relief Engine Co. No. 3 Organized Sept. 20. 1875”. Hanging rings are attached to trumpet with small fire hats. An interesting feature. SIZE: 21-1/2” h x 9-3/4” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92525 (2,000-3,000)


ENGRAVED SILVER PLATED FIRE TRUMPET. Engraved with flowers and ladders, no inscription. SIZE: 19” h x 6-3/4” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92526 (1,000-2,000)


THREE FIREMAN’S LEATHER BELTS. 1) 38-1/2” l, red and white leather “Foreman” (missing “A”). No buckle. 2) 46” l, black, red and white “Relief Hose No. 2”. 3) 41” l, black and red “Reliance No. 2”. CONDITION: Generally good, unless otherwise noted. 9-92524 (450-650)


LOT OF FOUR FIREMAN’S HATS. 20th Century. Two Houlton Fire Department, one IFFD. SIZES: 8” h x 14-1/2” l. CONDITION: Well used. 9-93185 (300-500)


RARE OLD HAND COLORED ADVERTISING POSTER FOR PACIFIC FIRE PUMPERS. This rare mid 19th century hand colored advertisement is titled at the bottom “Organized September 19th, 1846 Pacific #14 Pierrepoint Street Brooklyn New York”. The pumper depicted being advertised is wonderfully colored in reds and blues and yellows. Framed and matted in a small wooden frame. SIZE: 26″ w x 22″ h. CONDITION: There is a few small spots of foxing in the upper right corner and a blemish or discoloration in the upper left otherwise generally good. 9-93568 (750-950)


N. CURRIER (Publisher, 19th Century) “THE LIFE OF A FIREMAN”. The ruins “Take up” – “Man Your Rope”. After a painting by L. Maurer, Lithograph by N. Currier and dated 1854. Scene shows various fire apparatus and firemen battling a huge building fire in a busy city. Housed in a carved walnut and gold lined frame. REFERENCE: Conningham No. 3520. SIGHT SIZE: 21-1/2” h x 29-1/2” w. CONDITION: Unrestored with foxing lines, minor scrapes and some margin foxing. Strong colors. Not laid down. 9-92529 (2,000-3,000)


N. CURRIER (Publisher, 19th Century) “THE LIFE OF THE FIREMAN” “THE RACE-JUMP HER BOYS JUMP HER!”. After a painting by L. Maurer, Lithographed by N. Currier and dated 1854. Scene shows fire crews pulling fire wagons toward glowing fiery sky with tall building in background. Housed in a carved walnut and gold lined frame. REFERENCE: Conningham No. 3519. SIGHT SIZE: 21-1/2” x 29-12”. CONDITION: Unrestored with foxing lines, minor scrapes and some margin foxing. Strong colors. Not laid down. 9-92531 (2,000-3,000)


GILT METAL FIRE MARK “BATH-SUN-FIRE”. Fine patina with green verdigris and some gilding. Central relief sun with banner. “Bath sun fire office. Bath, England 1766-1838”. SIZE: 7-1/2” x 8-1/2”. CONDITION: Worn hanging holes, otherwise good. 9-93245 (200-400)


OVAL CAST IRON FIRE MARK WITH HYDRANT AND HOSE (F.A.). In original paint with policy No. 38358. Fireman Association of Philadelphia, PA. Ref. Plates 84-93 of “Footprints …” by Bulau. SIZE: 11-1/2” h x 7” w. CONDITION: Excellent. 9-93451 (600-800)


DIAMOND SHAPE CAST IRON FIRE MARK (L.I. CO.). Border represents 4 logs overlapping at ends. Issued about 1873 by the Lumberman’s Insurance Co., Philadelphia, PA. Ref. Plate 442 of “Footprints…” by Bulau. SIZE: 9” square. CONDITION: Good. 9-93453 (300-500)


RARE GREEN CAST IRON TREE FIRE MARK IN SQUATTY OVAL. Raised green tree and flat back. Issued about 1827 by the Mutual Assurance Co., Philadelphia, PA. Ref. Plate 40 of “Footprints…” by Bulau. SIZE: 8” h x 8-1/2” w. CONDITION: Good. 9-93454 (500-700)


PAIR OF LEATHER FIRE BUCKETS. Painted black with no decoration. Swing handles on rings. SIZE: 12” h x 9-1/2” dia. CONDITION: One has split at top rim, otherwise good. 9-93114 (300-500)


FINE CHIPPENDALE STYLE BALL AND CLAW FOOT MAHOGANY SOFA. Camel back with wide scrolled arms, serpentine front with four ball and claw foot shell carved front legs. Four square sweeping arched back legs. Goose down cushion in a red silk bird and basket of flower upholstery. SIZE: 40” h x 86” w x 32” d x 22” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92833 (1,000-2,000)


MAHOGANY CENTENNIAL SHERATON INLAID CARD TABLE. D-shaped with reeded legs and central oval inlay. Good quality. SIZE: 31” h x 36” w x 18” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93312 (500-800)


INLAID MAHOGANY SHERATON STYLE SETTEE. Squared back has patera inlaid crest. Inlaid curving arms are supported by reeded and inlaid block legs, serpentine front with bellflower and swag inlay. SIZE: 38-1/2” h x 49” w x 23” d. CONDITION: Blue upholstery as is, some nicks to left arm. Otherwise very good. 9-92841 (500-1,000)


AIDEN LASSELL RIPLEY (American, 1896-1969) PANORAMIC SPRING LANDSCAPE. Large oil on canvas scene shows rolling hills with farms and orchards. Mother and child are seen in foreground picking flowers. Blue sky with white billowing clouds. Housed in a gilt carved wood frame. Signed lower left “A. Lassell Ripley”. SIZE: 24″ h x 36″ w. CONDITION: Very good, one small puncture repaired and retouched. 9-92704 (5,000-8,000)


AIDEN LASSELL RIPLEY (American, 1896-1969) “THE RIVER”. Watercolor on paper showing a meandering river through evergreen woods. Signed lower left “A. Lassall Ripley”. Framed and matted with a gilt molded wood frame. SIGHT SIZE: 14” x 20-1/2”. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-92703 (3,000-5,000)


PAUL STRISIK (American, 1918-1998) “ANGEL COVE”. Oil on masonite painting shows Maine coastal scene with house and moored lobster boat on rocky shore with row boat grounded. Signed lower right P. Strisik, original Paul Strisik Gallery label on reverse. Housed in a fine reproduction arts and craft carved and gilt frame. SIZE: 16″ x 24″ CONDITION: Very good, line scuff to bottom where old frame rested. 9-93039 (2,750-3,250)


PAUL STRISIK (American, 1918-1998) “SILVERY LIGHT, ARROYO HONDO (N.M.)”. Oil on masonite western scene shows small river running through horse farm. Tall majestic mountains in background. Signed lower left P. Strisik 80. Original Strisik label on reverse. SIZE: 8″ x 12″ CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-92702 (1,500-2,500)


MAJOLICA: TWO HANDLED PLATE BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Plate has central motif of a blue and white napkin. Bamboo handles with yellow and brown border. SIZE: 12 1/2″d CONDITION: Professional repair to handle, otherwise very good. 9-52-334 (75-125)


MAJOLICA: FOOTED BOWL. Unmarked, deep blue background with colored leaves and multi-bell shaped flowers. SIZE: 3″ h x 9 1/2″ w CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-246 (125-175)


MAJOLICA: LOT OF FIVE CREAMERS. Various patterns, one marked Made In France, the others unmarked. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-289 (200-300)


MAJOLICA: DOUBLE HANDLED SERVING PLATE BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Pink and purple flowers with green leaves on a white background. Two open handles, impressed mark to base. SIZE: 12″ x 10″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-335 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: BOWL IN THE SHELL & SEAWEED PATTERN BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. SIZE: 3 1/4″ h x 8 1/2″ d CONDITION: Some professional restoration to top rim. 9-52-268 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: THREE OPEN SUGARS IN THE SHELL & SEAWEED PATTERN BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Each cylinder shaped sugar has two shell shaped handles. SIZE: 3 3/4″ h CONDITION: Two have small chips on rim, one has hairline cracks. 9-52-349 (200-300)


MAJOLICA: THREE PIECES OF SHELL-AND-SEAWEED BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Cup and saucer and 5-1/2″ dish. Impressed mark to base. CONDITION: Dish has chips at rim at one petal and some roughness. Cup and saucer is very good. 9-52-252 (100-150)


MAJOLICA: CREAMER SHELL-AND-SEAWEED BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Impressed base E26. SIZE: 3 1/2″ h CONDITION: Restored chip to rim, minor roughness. 9-52-267 (50-100)


CONTEMPORARY MESHHAD ORIENTAL RUG. Nice colors, predominant red, blue and ivory. . SIZE: 12’8″ x 9’11”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93602 (1,000-1,500)


SMALL ORIENTAL AREA RUG. Multiple borders with five diamond shapes to field. Predominant colors are blue, red and ivory. SIZE: 6’10” x 4’3″. CONDITION: Shows wear, in good condition. 9-93338 (300-500)


SMALL ORIENTAL AREA RUG. Five connected polygons with inner stars in central field on a deep blue ground. Four borders. Predominant colors are rust, blue and ivory. SIZE: 5’11” x 3’5″. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-93339 (400-600)


SHERATON SECRETARY ON TALL LEGS. Midwestern circa 1830. Two door bookcase top, each door with two birdseye maple panel. Fold over writing surface, one long drawer supported by four block and turned Sheraton legs. Paneled sides with wood dowel and square nail construction. SIZE: 60-1/2” h x 42” w x 19-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good, some minor imperfections. 9-92346 (4,000-5,000))


LARGE TWO DOOR ARMOIRE IN GRAY PAINT. Two large doors have five raised panels each. Bracket type base with removable top cornice. Interior has two shelves that open. Two shades of gray. SIZE: 99-1/2” h x 70” w x 27” d. CONDITION: Some hinge repair, one raised panel damaged. Half bracket missing, roughness to door edge. Otherwise good. 9-93272 (1,000-2,000)


SQUARE LEG EARLY TAVERN TABLE. Three board top, molded edge legs with center stretcher. Shows good wear and color. SIZE: 26-1/2” h x 39” w x 37” d. CONDITION: Shows use, good. 9-93221 (300-500)


ALICE KENT STODDARD (American, 1893-1976) GIRL IN BOSTON ROCKER. Oil on canvas scene shows blonde haired girl sketching, seated in a black antique Boston style rocker. She wears a blue print blouse and white shorts and holds sketch pad on her crossed legs. Signed lower left “Alice Kent Stoddard”. Housed in an antique style gesso decorated frame. SIZE: 32” x 24”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93395 (5,000-7,000)


DON STONE (American, 1929-) “LOBSTER TRAP”. Watercolor on paper scene shows a broken abandon lobster trap on rocky beach. Signed lower left “Don Stone”. Fine gray stained molded wood frame with linen matte and inner white matte. Title on back. SIGHT SIZE: 14” x 21”. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93421 (1,500-2,500)


DON STONE (American, 1929-) “SECOND FIELD”. Watercolor on paper of landscape with barn and fields. Signed lower left “Don Stone”. Fine gray stained molded wood frame with linen matte and inner white matte. “The Guild of Boston Artists” label on back with title and artist. SIGHT SIZE: 14” x 21”. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93420 (1,500-2,500)


DON STONE (American, 1929-) BASS FISHERMAN. Large watercolor shows sand dunes with brown grass with some snow covering. At edge of dunes can be seen several fisherman with long fishing rods next to open water with land beyond. Gray and white cloudy sky. Signed lower right “Don Stone”. Housed in a wood carved frame with gold liner, linen matte with inner white matte. SIGHT SIZE: 20-1/2” x 28-1/2”. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93402 (2,000-3,000)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE COVERED DIAMOND SHAPE SERVING DISH. SIZE: 3-3/4” h x 10-1/2” w x 7” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93366 (300-400)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE COVERED DIAMOND SHAPE SERVING DISH. SIZE: 3-1/4” h x 9-1/2” x 7”. CONDITION: Under rim chip to bottom, otherwise very good. 9-93367 (200-300)


CANTON: EIGHT BLUE AND WHITE PLATES. SIZE: 10-1/4”. CONDITION: Three with hairline cracks, two with chips. 9-93370 (500-700)


CANTON: FIVE BLUE AND WHITE PLATES. SIZE: 8-3/4”. CONDITION: Minor rim chips. 9-93371 (400-600)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE CUT CORNER PLATTER. SIZE: 15-1/2” x 12-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93360 (300-400)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE STRAP HANDLED TEAPOT WITH COVER. Cylinder shape with flat cover. SIZE: 4-3/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93375 (200-250)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE SHAPED SERVING SHRIMP DISH. SIZE: 10-1/2” x 9-3/4”. CONDITION: Chip to rim. Otherwise very good. 9-93364 (200-300)


OUTSTANDING TIGER MAPLE DISH TOP PHILADELPHIA STYLE CHIPPENDALE STYLE CANDLESTAND. This 20th C reproduction has been made to convince of an earlier period. It has outstanding cabinetmaker skills and is a wonderful example, but not period. Compressed ball shaft supported by three snake feet ending in ball and claw feet. Outstanding figured dish top with birdcage tilting and revolving mechanism. SIZE: 28” h x 19 x 19-1/2” top size. 9-93249 (2,000-3,000)


FINE CABINET MADE QUEEN ANNE FAN CARVED LOWBOY. Maple with some figuring with pine secondary wood. One long drawer over three drawers. Center has fine detailed fan carving. Probably a Centennial piece with nice quality construction. Molded edge top and nicely formed cabriole legs ending in pad feet. SIZE: 31” h x 31-1/2” w case x 16-1/4” d. CONDITION: Top has split and wood dowels to affix top need replacing. Top has water damage, fair. 9-92913 (1,200-1,800)


FINE SET OF REPRODUCTION QUEEN ANNE DINING CHAIRS. New England style chair has vase back, carved crest, rush seats, turned stretchers with Spanish carved feet. Set consists of two armchairs and four side chairs. First half of 20th C. SIZE: 42” h x 18” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. Some expected wear to finish. One back stretcher has damage. 9-93201 (1,200-2,400)


ROOM SIZE SEMI-ANTIQUE ORIENTAL RUG. Pastel colors with center diamond medallion in floral motif. Central tan/gold field with red floral boarder. SIZE: 10’ x 7’11”. CONDITION: Light stain in field, otherwise very good. 9-93242 (1,000-2,000)


ORIENTAL RUNNER. Center field with 7-1/2 polygons with checkerboard type designs on the interior in different colors. Three borders, one being an ivory border with geometric pattern. SIZE: 12’2″ x 3’8″. CONDITION: Shows wear, generally good. 9-93347 (500-800)


ROBERT CRANNELL MINOR (American, 1839-1904) “NEAR WATERFORD, CONN”. Barbizon style oil on canvas landscape with three people filling large hay wagon pulled by two horses. Open field surrounded by trees with town and church steeple in background and small stream in foreground. Signed lower right. Exhibit label attached to back top of frame and numbered and titled 257 Near Waterford, Conn. Housed in its original fancy gold decorated gesso frame with gold liner and glass window. PROVENANCE: A fine Florida home; part of a collection that has descended in the same family since their purchase in the first quarter of the 20th C. SIZE: 14″ x 19″. CONDITION: Very good. Original untouched condition. 9-93250 (3,500-5,000)


AMERICAN SCHOOL (19th Century) NEW ENGLAND LANDSCAPE WITH COWS. Large oil on canvas has central large tree at edge of pond with three cows. Grass covered meadows and hillside with barns and steeples in distance. Unsigned. Housed in a fine pierce carved gesso decorated frame. “Walker, Boston” canvas stamp on reverse. SIZE: 25” x 30”. CONDITION: One small repair, restored and cleaned. Very good. 9-92436 (2,000-4,000)


MAX KUEHNE (American, 1880-1968) VASE OF CHRYSANTHEMUMS. Oil on canvas shows still life of a pink and white vase with yellow and pink flowers. Pastel colors in a fireworks-type technique. Signed lower right “Max Kuehne”. Housed in its original frame with linen liner. SIZE: 24” x 18”. CONDITION: Good, some stains to inner liner. 9-93412 (1,250-1,500)


MAX KUEHNE (American, 1880-1968) THE FARMSTEAD. Oil on canvas mounted on board shows early house with entry fence. Mountain shown in background, all in a summer landscape. Signed lower right “12 Kuehne”. Housed in a gold molded wood frame. SIZE: 11” x 15-1/2”. CONDITION: Good, cleaned with minor inpainting. 9-93413 (1,000-1,500)


MAX KUEHNE (American, 1880-1968) ROOFTOPS OVERLOOKING HARBOR. Oil on board painting shows colorful scene with viewer looking out over a tile roof into harbor area surrounded by hills. Signed lower right Kuehne, housed in a quarter sawn oak flat frame. A copy of a letter accompanies this lot from Richard E. Kuehne stating that the work is by his father Max Kuehne. SIZE: 13″ x 15 1/2″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-92700 (1,500-2,500)


LAVISHLY CARVED OAK SIDEBOARD. Small size. Top crest has carved scene with men in battle flanked by a pierced fan motif with turned spindles. Possibly a ships boarding scene. Center top crest has ship wheel motif which is also on the bottom two doors. Bottom section has two drawers, two doors and open bottom section. All rests on flat wafer feet. SIZE: 65-1/2” h x 51” w x 19-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. No finials. 9-93491 (1,000-1,500)


FINE CARVED OAK/WALNUT THREE PIECE HUNT BOARD. Top section with two glass doors with two adjustable shelves behind. Side turned columns and carved animal mask. Middle section has open area with two fully carved griffins with carved backboard. Bottom section has two drawers with carved handles over two doors with heavy relief carved birds. One shelf behind. All resting on bun feet. SIZE: 90” h x 57” w x 21” d. CONDITION: Generally very good. 9-93498 (1,500-2,500)


TIFFANY & CO. OVAL BOWL. Monogrammed. Pierced edge. No. 20600 7724 K. 13 Tr. Oz. SIZE: 1-3/4” h x 10-1/2” w x 6-3/4” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92952 (200-300)


STERLING: FINE GORHAM STERLING PUNCH LADLE “VERSAILLES”. Not monogrammed. SIZE: 12-3/4”. CONDITION: Good. 9-93101 (500-700)


TWO OUTSTANDING MEXICAN COPPER AND STERLING TUMBLER AND SHOT GLASS SETS. 1) Eight 5-1/4” tumblers and 15-1/4” round tray. Marked “Victoria Taxco Mexico No. 267”. Mexican motif with engraved design having applied sterling pieces depicting people and animals. Silver rims with silver interiors. 2) Six 2” shot glasses and 7-1/2” tray with same signature ,No. and motif. This set was presented to the previous owner by the President of Mexico. It is made out of silver and copper from the government owned silver and copper mine. A fine hand crafted set from the Arts & Craft period. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93116 (500-1,000)


VICTORIAN WALNUT LOVESEAT. Tufted red velour upholstery, carved crest with grapes and leaves. Carved shell decoration to front skirt. SIZE: 37-1/2” h x 60” w x 17” seat height. CONDITION: Very good, clean. 9-93301 (300-500)


VICTORIAN WALNUT OPEN ARM CHAIR WITH NEEDLEWORK SEAT. Finger carved having floral decorated back and seat on a beige background. Legs terminate with castor feet. SIZE: 40” h x 16” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93303 (300-500)


PAIR OF FLORAL CARVED LINCOLN TYPE ROCKERS. Both with burgundy upholstery, padded arms and nice rose carving to crests. Serpentine back in walnut. SIZE: 39” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93315 (300-400)


CONTEMPORARY SHIRAZ ORIENTAL RUG. Predominant colors of red, brown and ivory. SIZE: 9′ x 6’4″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93605 (500-700)


ORIENTAL RUNNER. Four medallion field surrounded by four borders and an interior field of many flower designs. SIZE: 11’10” x 2’3″. CONDITION: Appears to have been shortened with a stitching towards one end. Some wear to edge binding, otherwise very good. 9-93343 (400-800)


CHARLES WARREN EATON (American, 1857-1937) “FLEMISH VILLAGE AT NIGHT”. Fine oil on canvas scene shows village comprised of a series of red tile roof stucco houses with a large cathedral as a backdrop. Sky is dark with stars, light shine in window and moonlight shines across trees across path. Signed lower left Chas. Warren Eaton Copyright 1902; signed and titled on reverse of canvas and signed and titled on label on stretcher. Fine gilt deep wood frame. SIZE: 30” x 28” CONDITION: Very good. 9-93025 (2,000-3,000)


ANDREW G. WINTER (American, 1893-1958) “MONHEGAN DOCK”. Oil on board scene shows lobster boat at dock with evergreen forested hill in background. Signed lower left A Winter. Peach colored sky. Simple detail makes this a charming winter scene. Titled on back of foam core backing. Housed in a fine silvered decorative frame. SIZE: 12” x 13”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93392 (2,000-3,000)


ANDREW WINTER (American, 1893-1958) “WISCASSET, MAINE”. Fine oil on canvas scene shows white house with white wall framed by two large maple trees and road. Ocean can be seen in the distance. Signed and titled on the back of stretcher. Housed in a good gilt reproduction frame. SIZE: 18” x 24”. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93415 (800-1,200)


ALICE BEACH WINTER (American, 1877-1970) PORTRAIT OF CHILDREN WITH SAILBOATS. Large oil on canvas scene shows young girl and boy seated on shoreline rocks with small sailboat models in tidal pool. Rocks and island are very typical of the Rockport/Gloucester coastline. Wonderful colors are seen in the ocean and children’s clothes. On back of stretcher is the following: “Lisa and Oaksie; Louisa Bronson Hunnewell and Francis Oakes Hunnewell-Children of Mr. & Mrs. Hollis Hunnewell of Wellesley, Mass Painted by Alice Beach Winter in Gloucester Mass 1943. Housed in a wonderful gilt arts & crafts style carved frame. SIZE: 29” x 36”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93418 (2,500-3,000)


GOOD CATLINITE HEAD WAR CLUB. Handle with hide covering holds double-sided blunt end red catlinite head. Head has beveled edge tapered ends. Held on by hide sewn to shaft. SIZE: 22-1/2” l, head is 4-1/2” x 2-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. End of shaft is not covered. 9-93550 (400-800)


SIOUX BEADED WAR CLUB. Wood handle bound with hide covered with yellow, red, white, blue and green beads. Pointed end ovoid steatite rock head. PROVENANCE: Ex-Green collection, Sotheby’s May 1972. SIZE: 17” l x 6-1/2” rock length. CONDITION: Loose bead wrap to handle with section of missing beads. Strap covering rock has break. Otherwise good. 9-93536 (350-500)


PAIR OF SOUTHERN ARAPAHO BEADED MOCCASINS. White, blue, black, yellow and red beadwork. SIZE: 10-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93518 (700-1,000)


PAIR OF BLACKFOOT/PLAINS BEADED MOCCASINS. Beadwork flower in green, blue and red. Upper fringe with black fabric border. Hide soles. SIZE: 9-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93520 (800-1,200)


PAIR OF APACHE/NORTHERN ARAPAHO WOMAN’S BEADED WRAP AROUND BOOT MOCCASINS. Orange, red, black, clear and turquoise beads. High-top attached leggings with long fringe. A row of triangular shaped brass buttons with two rows of orange beads on legging parts. SIZE: 9-1/2” l x 21” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93524 (600-800)


PAIR OF CROW WOMAN’S BEADED WRAP AROUND BOOT MOCCASINS. Orange, turquoise and blue beads. SIZE: 10-1/2” l x 12-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93523 (400-600)


PAIR OF SIOUX BEADED MEN’S MOCCASINS. Buffalo hide with black, green, white and red beadwork in an old Sioux design. Tag indicated 19th C. SIZE: 9-1/2” l. CONDITION: Three holes in soles, beadwork appears to be completely intact. 9-93514 (700-1,000)


COLORFUL MIC-MAC DECORATED OVAL QUILL BOX. Colors of red, green, orange, black, blue, yellow and purple. Lid has red star with black outline with other designs. Bottom section with eight color zigzag decoration around. Wood bottom with birch bark sides. SIZE: 4-1/2” h x 7-3/4” w x 5” d. CONDITION: Bottom section is structurally good. Some small area of quill damage. Top quill work in intact but top of lid has come partially unstitched from side. Some fading to purple wrap. 9-93509 (800-1,200)


JAY HALL CONNAWAY (American, 1893-1970) SEASCAPE. Oil on board painting shows waves crashing on rocky coastline. Signed lower right Connaway. Housed in a gilt molded edge frame with linen liner. SIGHT SIZE: 9 1/2″ x 11 1/2″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-92698 (1,500-2,500)


JAY HALL CONNAWAY (American, 1893-1970) “HOT WEATHER ” “LOBSTER COVE”. Oil on board shows crashing surf on rocky coastline, probably a Monhegan Island view. Deep blue ocean in background. Titled on rock and signed lower right “Connaway 48”. Back of board has signature and title. Also “075”. Included “M. Grumbacher Inc.” metal tag. SIZE: 15” x 20”. CONDITION: Good. Small area where paper has stuck to varnish. Presently framed outside of matte. Could use a new matte. 9-93554 (3,000-5,000)


JOHN FULTON FOLINSBEE (American, 1892-1972) IMPRESSIONISTIC LANDSCAPE. Small oil on masonite impressionistic summer landscape with wispy wiry trees and yellow green grass. Housed in a replacement gilt wood frame. Signed lower right “John Folinsbee”. SIZE: 8” x 10”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93404 (2,500-3,000)


JOHN FULTON FOLINSBEE (American, 1892-1972) NEW HOPE STREET SCENE. Oil on canvas scene shows man in long coat with hat walking down a street with house and store as backgrounds. Signed “John Folinsbee” lower left. Housed in a painted molded wood frame. SIZE: 12” x 10”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93556 (3,000-5,000)


MAHOGANY CLASSICAL BUTLER’S SECRETARY. Large top drawer opens to reveal a drop front writing area with interior comprised of five drawers and eleven cubby holes. Stepped in bottom, double door cabinet with inset panels of crotched mahogany. Supporting the sides are full tapered carved column posts. Desk rests on two turned bun feet with replaced back square feet. Well figured mahogany veneered front with cherry sides and top. SIZE: 49” h x 46” case x 23-1/2”. CONDITION: Feet unattached, otherwise very good. 9-92690 (3,000-5,000)


MAHOGANY CLASSICAL CARD TABLE. Shaped top has conforming shaped skirt with carved floral decoration. Four shaped legs with acanthus leaf carving. Cross stretcher has carved leaves supporting a central urn finial. Four brass castor wheel feet. SIZE: 29-1/2” h x 35-1/2” w x 18-1/2” d . CONDITION: Very good, some veneer repair to top where cracking has occurred. 9-93291 (600-1,000)


UNSIGNED BANJO CLOCK. Reverse painted bottom tablet with battling ships “Enterprise” and “Boxer”. Plain dial with eagle finial. Weight, pendulum and key present. SIZE: 30-1/2” h. CONDITION: Replaced glass, dial and finial. Fair. 9-92909 (1,750-2,250)


SET OF FOUR FIGURED MAPLE SIDE CHAIRS. Rush seats, turned legs, single curly maple slat back with crest having rolled curly maple section on top of Birdseye maple section. Turned front stretcher, plain dowel type other stretchers. SIZE: 34-1/2” h, seat height 17-1/2”. CONDITION: Refinished, very good. One seat has small damage. 9-93276 (300-500)


MAJOLICA: FOOTED BOWL. Blackberry pattern with dragonfly and butterfly. Unmarked. With a brown background and yellow rim. SIZE: 3-1/4″ h x 10″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-247 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: SHALLOW COMPOTE. Unmarked with large maple leaf in green and brown on a yellow basket weave background. SIZE: 2-1/2″ x 9-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-330 (75-125)


MAJOLICA: TWO PLATES. 1) 9″ French asparagus plate with well. Marked on back “Depose KG Luneville”. 2) 9″ serving plate. Unmarked. Floral border with inset interior of mottled colors. CONDITION: Both are very good. 9-52-312 (75-125)


MAJOLICA: GOOD LEAF DECORATED TALL VASE. Base has deep blue background with fern and leaf decoration. Pink interior with gold rim. SIZE: 9-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-293 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: SUGAR AND CREAMER. Deep blue background with basketry band decorated with branches of green leaves and pink and white flowers. Light blue interior. Sugar has registry mark. SIZE: 5-1/2″ sugar, 4-1/4″ creamer. CONDITION: Cover has professional repair. Very good. 9-52-344 (75-125)


MAJOLICA: PARTIAL TEA SET. 6-1/4″ covered teapot and 5″ covered sugar in a bamboo and bird design. Unmarked. Pink interior, each piece resting on four feet. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-345 (100-150)


MAJOLICA: PITCHER BY GRIFFEN, SMITH & CO. Green ferns on a white background, impressed mark with pink interior. SIZE: 8-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Spider crack to bottom, small chip to spout. 9-52-292 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: CUP AND SAUCER BY GEORGE JONES. 5-1/4″ w saucer has registry mark and impressed “JG”. White flowers, green leaves on a blue background. 2-1/2″ cup with similar colors but with flower bud handle. Pink interior. CONDITION: Handle has professional repair. Otherwise very good. 9-52-321 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: PLATE BY WEDGWOOD. Colorful plate has different color Zinnia type plants on a stipple gray background. Impressed mark to base. SIZE: 9″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-315 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: CALLING CARD TRAY BY GRIFFEN, SMITH & CO. Vine border with colorful leaves and yellow flowers. Oval bowl shaped. SIZE: 2-1/4″ h x 8-1/2″ l x 7-1/4″ w. CONDITION: One small under rim chip. 9-52-269 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: CONCH SHELL CREAMER. Open conch shell with pouring spout sits atop round base decorated with shells. Unmarked with pink interior. SIZE: 4″ h x 6″ l. CONDITION: Tiny chip to spout, otherwise very good. 9-52-323 (100-200)


GEORGE HOWELL GAY (American 1858-1931) BEACH SCENE. Watercolor scene shows crashing waves on rock strewn beach with sails and seagulls in distance. Signed lower right “Geo. Howell Gay”. Fine two-colored wood frame with double mat. SIZE: Sight: 11-1/4” x 23-1/4” CONDITION: Very good. 9-93468 (1,750-2,250)


GEORGE HOWELL GAY (American 1858-1931) LATE FALL LANDSCAPE. Watercolor shows meandering stream with tree-lined grassy bank and sunset in background. Late fall scene shows leaves off the trees and scattered at edge of stream. Wonderful colors and reflections in water. Signed lower left “Geo. Howell Gay”. Replacement frame with line bordered white mat. SIZE: Sight: 9-3/4” x 20”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93469 (1,750-2,250)


CULLEN YATES (American, 1866-1945) GOLDEN SUMMER LANDSCAPE. Large oil on canvas summer scene shows brook meandering through field with yellow/gold grasses. Fence to one side at edge of woods with birch trees. Blue mountain background. Very colorful painting. Signed lower left “Cullen Yates”. Housed in a carved gilt wood frame with linen liner. SIZE: 24” x 36”. CONDITION: Relined and restored in excellent condition. 8-87121 (2,750-3,250)


CLARA LOUISE JANOWSKI BELL (American 1886- ) EVENING IN THE PARLOR. Pastel/gouache interior scene shows two women knitting at a table lit by a table lamp. A gentleman sits on the side watching. Soft colors of gold, red and brown. Signed lower right “C. Janowski 09”. Housed in an old pierced gesso decorated frame. SIZE: 12-1/4” x 18”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93464 (2,000-3,000)


SMALL ORIENTAL AREA RUG. Colorful caucasian with central field of flower designs on a blue background surrounded by three borders with interlacing symbols. Predominant colors are ivory, blue, red and gold. SIZE: 5’8″ x 4’2″. CONDITION: Shows wear and fraying to end borders. Also some repair to sides. 9-93340 (500-800)


SMALL ORIENTAL AREA RUG. Wide border surrounded by two smaller borders. Central six sided polygon encompassing an all over floral field with brown ground. Predominant colors of red, blue, brown and ivory. SIZE: 6′ x 4’5″. CONDITION: Good, some fraying to end borders. 9-93337 (300-500)


RARE LOGGERS “POOLER” CALIPER RULE. This large caliper has a sliding brass and wood measuring tool which, slides on a ten scale marked wood shaft with metal runner. Brass fitting has twenty-two markings from 16 to 38. End has ten-spoke wood wheel with spike ends. A rare lumberman’s item. SIZE: 56” l. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-93136 (500-1,000)


RARE LOGGERS CALIPER RULE BY F. M. GREENLEAF. This large caliper has a sliding brass and wood measuring tool which, slides on a ten scale marked wood shaft with metal runner. Brass fitting has twenty-two markings from 16 to 38. Wood signed by maker “FM Greenleaf, 62 Oak Ave. Belmont Mass. Maker”. Also branded in brass. SIZE: 48”. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-93136-377 (250-500)


RARE SET OF LOGGERS BOOKS “HOUGH’S AMERICAN WOODS”. Five volumes. Each book has specimen pages, each page has three different slices of wood with identification. Dated 1894. Each book has locking box binding. SIZE: 10” x 7”. CONDITION: One binding damaged, otherwise very good. 9-93133 (100-200)


CASED MUSEUM DIORAMA “LAPLAND NATIVES OF THE ARCTIC”. Label indicated that the exhibit shows Lapps in blue hats in winter costume. Others shown in summer dress. A winter painted scene backdrop. Six figures, one with skies, reindeer and sled. . Outside moving box is painted red with hinged front and top lids. This was used as a travelling school exhibit. SIZE: 14-1/2” h x 20-1/2” w x 10” d. CONDITION: Good. 9-93444 (300-500)


CASED MUSEUM DIORAMA “INDIANS OF SOUTH AMERICA”. Label indicates it is a scene of Indians preparing Cassava exhibited at the Charleston Museum. Square glass top diorama shows five women at work in an interior setting. Back door looks out at landscape with child and pig. Outside moving box is painted red with hinged front and top lids. This was used as a travelling school exhibit. SIZE: 14-1/2” h x 20-1/2” w x 10” d. CONDITION: Good. 9-93445 (300-500)


NICE CARVED EAGLE WALL HANGING. Spread wing eagle perched on gold disc with oak leaves and acorns. Appears to be walnut. SIZE: 24” w x 12” h. CONDITION: Repair to one leaf and small slice off feather. Otherwise, very good. 9-92923 (300-500)


OUTSTANDING CARVED WALNUT/MAHOGANY FIGURE OF COLUMBIA MADE FOR THE SWEDISH PAVILION BUILDING AT THE CHICAGO WORLD’S FAIR OF 1893. This half-life size figure has outstanding carved features including large wings, ruffled dress, hand and facial features, and gilded torch. She stands atop a gilt ball and plinth. A three-legged round base is an addition for display. Outfitted for light fixture. Figure has a great patina. Descended from the original owner who bought it at the fair. SIZE: Figure height without wings 34″, with wings 45″, overall height 69-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-91807 (12,500-17,500)


LARGE DOUBLE SIDED E. HOWARD & CO. BANK CLOCK WITH CARVED EAGLE. Two 24” painted wood dials, both signed “E. Howard & Co. Boston”. Brass signed works and walnut case with raised panels hangs upside down which allows for a top shelf. There is a replacement large carved full-winged eagle with gold finish with black base. Base simulates rock outcropping. SIZE: Clock: 28-1/2” h x 55” l x 7” d. Eagle: 46-1/2” wing span x 18” h x 24” d. CONDITION: Very good. 1-28803 (4,000-6,000)


THREE PART GLASS DOOR WALNUT BOOKCASE. Bookcase has center section which fits into two adjoining side sections. Each of which has beveled glass doors with adjustable shelves. Half spiral columns flank each door. Center section has two beveled glass doors. Section stands lower to simulate center shelf, which has short splash back. SIZE: 63-1/2” h x each side piece is 36”, center section is 56”. 128” w assembled. 19-1/2” d. CONDITION: Back splash missing spiral molding. Top shows wear. Needs polish. Otherwise very good. 9-92961 (1,250-1,750)


LARGE FLEMISH STYLE CARVED ARM CHAIR. Large upholstered seat with open arms. Back with oval upholstered medallion surrounded by ornate pierced carving. Arms have scroll ends with leaf carving. Short French style cabriole legs. Bottom stretcher has basket of flowers. SIZE: 60” h x 30” w x 22” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92843 (400-600)


PAIR OF OUTSTANDING ORNATELY CARVED PINEAPPLE POST BEDS. Sheraton style; head and footboard posts are identically carved with extensive leaf carving with large pineapple carved top. Headboard has attached rosette and leaf carving. Footboard has turned leaf carved blanket bar. All rest on castor wheels. Original side rails with bolt assembly. SIZE: 63”h x 38”w (inside of rails) x 42” w (outside of rails) x 77” l. CONDITION: Very good. Missing some cover caps. 9-92933 (1,000-1,200)


THREE DRAWER MARBLE TOP CHEST WITH MIRROR. Serpentine front with three large drawers having large D-shaped handles. Variegated shaped marble top. Round top beveled edge mirror supported by a frame with extensive leaf and scroll type carving. Chest rests on four carved French style cabriole legs. SIZE: 87-1/2” h x 55” w x 24” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93492 (800-1,200)


TWO DRAWER MIRROR TOP VANITY. Exotic wood veneer. Short base has two drawers supported by a serpentine front case having four carved short French cabriole legs. Top mirror section has rounded top, tall beveled glass mirror with wide frame supported by pierced carved scroll and leaf base. SIZE: 76” h x 49” w x 16-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93495 (600-800)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL “WEDGWOOD” PATTERN FOOTED TWO HANDLED BOWL. Center monogram No. T51-1A. Large footed bowl has two applied scroll type handles. 28 Tr Oz. SIZE: 7” h x 11-1/2” d without handles. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92939 (250-350)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL “WEDGWOOD” PATTERN FIVE TRAYS AND PLATES. 1) 11-1/2” round tray. No. H458. No monogram. 2) 10” x 6-1/2” oval bowl. No. X107. No monogram. 3) 10” without handles, footed handled tray. No. H31-1A. Monogrammed. 4) 6” pair of handled footed dishes. No. 331-1A. Monogrammed. 53 Tr Oz. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92948 (400-600)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL “WEDGWOOD” PATTERN 3-PIECE DEMITASSE SET. Not monogrammed. 10” pot No. C35 (1-pint), 5” sugar bowl No. C35, 5-1/4” creamer C35. 21. Tr Oz. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92941 (350-550)


STERLING: INTERNATIONAL “WEDGWOOD” PATTERN FOOTED WATER PITCHER. Monogrammed. No. E32 (4-1/2 pints). 25 Tr Oz. SIZE: 10-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92946 (200-300)


SPECTACULAR THREE PIECE CONTINENTAL CLOCK SET. Carlsbad porcelain is the central feature of this large clock set. Brass and ormolu mounting with cornucopia of fruit. Large spread wing eagle finial. Matching five light large candelabra complete the set. Key and pendulum present. This set was sold at Mae West’s sale, Butterfield’s Auction. SIZE: 32-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91262 (2,750-3,250)


WALNUT BABY GRAND PIANO BY CUNNINGHAM PIANO CO. PHILADELPHIA. Square tapered legs, 52 keys. Number 81720 branded in sounding board. SIZE: 56” w x 60” l. CONDITION: Unrestored, sounding board cracks. 9-92610 (1,500-2,500)


CHASE, RICHMOND SQUARE CABINET GRAND PIANO. Ebony finish, four large scroll legs with carving. 52 keys. SIZE: 38” h x 82” w x 41” d. CONDITION: Generally good. Some white paint splatter and finish needs restoration. 14-277 (500-1,000)


CASED CHILD SIZE VIOLIN AFTER JOSEPH GUARNERIUS. Fine instrument. Paper label to inside, initialed “I.H.S”. Comes with unmarked bow and lined alligator style case. SIZE: 23-1/2” l. CONDITION: Good, playable. 9-93078 (300-500)


AMERICAN SCHOOL (19th century) WINTER LANDSCAPE. Oil on canvas painting shows winter scene with people on ice covered pond. Two people are in foreground arm and arm walking down snow covered path with skates in hand. Red house on edge of pond with other buildings in distance. Sun shines through cloudy skies. Painting is signed indistinctly lower right. Canvas stamp C. W. Keenan Brooklyn. Housed in a magnificent double gilt gesso decorated frame with liner. SIZE: 22″ x 36″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93083 (1,500-2,500)


W. W. PURINGTON (19th century) “WINTER MORNING”. Oil on canvas painting shows European winter scene. Two hunters with dogs meeting a two horse sleigh filled with three people. Fancy house with fence and people is nestled amongst snow covered trees. City in background. Signed lower left and titled on stretcher; housed in a carved wood frame painted gold. SIZE: 20″ x 29 1/4″ CONDITION: One small old patch, needs cleaning, generally good. 9-93335 (400-800)


ELIZABETH DAVEY LOCHRIE (American 1890-1981) WINTER HARVEST. Oil on canvas winter scene shows man and horse pulling sled of recently felled trees. They move toward a pile of already unloaded trees. Man is shown in background sawing a tree. Snow covered ground with birch-type tree forest and small hill in background. Signed lower right “E. Lochrie 1951”. SIZE: 12” x 16”. CONDITION: Very good, relined. Some touch-up in sky. 9-93478 (1,200-1,800)


JOHANN BERTHELSEN (American 1883-1972) CHRISTMAS IN NEW YORK. Oil on canvas unsigned scene shows large decorated lighted up Christmas tree with large church and skyscrapers as backdrop. Six people walking on snow covered street under a early evening snow falling sky. Painting appears to have been cut down and has been mounted on a piece of cardboard. A large and colorful view. Housed in a silver carved wood frame. Provenance Northeast Auctions, November 2001 #268. SIZE: 22″ h x 30″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91470 (3,000-5,000)


FANCY STERLING TAZZA BY GRAFF, WASHBOURNE & DUNN. Pierced border with bell flower decoration. No monogram. Retailed by Wm. Wise & Son. No. 2983/47. 21 Tr Oz. SIZE: 4” h x 11” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92951 (400-500)


STERLING OVAL BOWL BY GRAFF, WASHBOURNE & DUNN. Retailed by Wm. Wise & Son. No. 7097/190. No monogram. Fancy decorated edge border. 16 Tr. Oz. SIZE: 3” h x 11” x 9-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92954 (175-275)


SILVER PLATE: LARGE COVERED FANCY OVAL TUREEN. Large tureen set on oval base having large relief ram heads handles. Repousse flowers decorate outside. Large ring handle with fruit and flowers. 19th Century. SIZE: 11-1/2” h x 15” w x 9” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90768 (300-500)


BRONZE FIGURE “JEANNE D’ARC- INFANT” AFTER HENRI MICHEL ANTOINE CHAPU (1833-1891). Figure of Joan of Arc is shown as a peasant girl praying. It was during these prayers that she believed she heard heavenly voices instructing her to save France. Round base has Barbedienne Foundry stamp as well as Collas stamp. This figure lacks the detail of the original casting. Brown patina. SIZE: 9” h CONDITION: Very good. 9-93463 (500-1,000)


BRONZE FIGURE OF A STANDING WHIPPIT BY P. J. MENE. Oval marble base signed on top of bronze base. Nice detailed whippit with curled tail. Left leg raised with good sculptured ground. Brown patina. SIZE: Bronze (without base) 7-3/4” h x 9-1/4” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92836 (300-500)


LARGE THREE PART OAK STEPBACK CABINET. Top section has three doors with two adjustable shelves behind. Outside doors have stained and leaded glass panels with a central rampant lion decoration. Center door has diamond carved panel. Center section is open with one small shelf and two large ring turned supports. Bottom section has two drawers over two large doors with one shelf behind. Side fully carved columns, four square feet with half bun fronts. SIZE: 91” h x 56” w 22” d. CONDITION: No key, two doors on top locked. Wood shrinkage crack to side and top, otherwise very good. 9-93499 (1,000-1,500)


LARGE FANCY SPELTER FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK. Two lounging figures rest on cannons with dragons and devil mask head. Ball feet resting on shaped onyx and marble base. Brass dial with blue and white enameled numbers. Key and pendulum present. SIZE: 20” h x 30-1/2” l x 10” d. CONDITION: Generally good. Back clock door missing. 9-93072 (1,000-2,000)


GOOD OAK WALL MOUNTED POOL SCORING COUNTER. Counter has two square revolving number boards, 1 to 100 with sliding index points. Central area has slides, which reveal three gold dots. Central slate writing area. SIZE: 22” x 39”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93446 (350-700)


DROP FRONT WALNUT VICTORIAN DESK. In three sections. base has four drawers with carved handles. Center section with fall front desk having eleven pigeon hole and two drawer interior. Top crest section has shelf with carved supports and applied Egyptian head. Drawers and lid have inset burl panels. SIZE: 64-1/2” h x 38” w x 16” d. CONDITION: Very good, escutcheon plate missing. 9-93493 (600-800)


HARRY GOTTLIEB (American, 1895-1992) “DEAD TREES”. Oil on canvas scene shows tree lined brook with dead trees and flock of crows. Signed lower left “Harry Gottlieb”. Housed in a carved wood frame with linen liner. The frame was probably made by the artist and has a notched edge with inner carved linked design, similar to a four leaf clover. Frame has original “A.C.A Gallery New York, New York” exhibition label with artist and title. SIZE: 22” x 30”. CONDITION: Three old canvas patches to back, otherwise very good. 9-93411 (1,500-2,500)


ABRAHAM HARRITON (American, 1893-) “FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE”. Large oil on canvas scene shows five nudes frolicking next to water and rocks, each with different colored towels. Town scene is seen in distance with mountains and clouds. Signed lower right “Harriton”. Housed in a molded oak stained frame with gold liner. Signed on reverse with title. PROVENANCE: Purchased from artist’s daughter. SIZE: 35” x 50”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93419 (2,000-4,000)


IRVING GEORGE LEHMAN (American, 1900-1982) BOAT REGATTA. Oil on masonite shows abstract rendering of multiple sailboats and sailors. Bright colors accentuate this abstract work. Signed lower left “Lehman”. Housed in a fine gilt molded wood replacement frame. SIZE: 17-3/4” x 23-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93406 (1,000-1,500)


NEW HAVEN CRYSTAL REGULATOR. Fancy metal case in gold color has beveled glass door, enameled ring dial with bridge escapement. Pendulum present, no key. SIZE: 15” h x 8” w x 7” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93099 (500-700)


SETH THOMAS CRYSTAL REGULATOR. Beveled glass door, flower decorated enamel dial. Key and pendulum present. Square brass case. SIZE: 10-3/4” h x 6-3/4” w x 5-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93100 (400-600)


MAJOLICA: THREE CUPS AND SAUCERS. Two in the bamboo motif by Griffen, Smith & Co. (small cup chips). Other is unmarked in a stork and fan motif (hairline). 9-52-318 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: TWO COLORFUL LEAF FORMED DISHES BY GRIFFEN, SMITH & CO. Colors of blue, brown, yellow and green. SIZE: 6-1/2″ and 8-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Small rim chips. 9-52-301 (50-100)


MAJOLICA: LOW FOOTED COMPOTE. Unmarked with green, yellow and brown leaves. SIZE: 9″ dia. x 2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-331 (100-150)


MAJOLICA: TEAPOT IN THE BAMBOO MOTIF BY THE GRIFFEN, SMITH & CO. Yellow and brown bamboo background with green leaves. SIZE: 6″ h. CONDITION: Bottom age crack, professional repair to spout. 9-52-294 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: TWO HANDLED OPEN SERVER. Large white and yellow flower center, four multi-colored leaves at corners with basket weave design through handles. Unmarked. SIZE: 11″ x 8-1/2″. CONDITION: One small chip to under rim. 9-52-241 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: THREE VASES. All unmarked. 5″ with lilypad design, 4-3/4″ with white flowered branch, other 4-1/2″ with notched top having side handles with flowers. CONDITION: Generally good. Notched top has age cracks to bottom. 9-52-284 (100-200)


BERNARD KARFOIL (American, 1886-1952) TWO WOMEN. Oil on canvas scene shows two women in yellow dress, one holds yellow fan while seated on ledge top. Other is standing behind. Signed lower right “B. Karfoil 1917”. Housed in what appears to be its original gilt frame. SIZE: 11” x 22”. CONDITION: Good. 9-93427 (2,000-3,000)


ATTRIBUTED BERNARD KARFOIL (American 1886-1952) HOUSE PORTRAIT. Oil on canvas unsigned scene shows large yellow house with picket fence, trees, and outbuildings. This house is believed to be the Karfoil house. Stretcher marked “A447”. Housed in a molded wood frame. SIZE: 20″ h x 26″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-90915 (2,750-3,250)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE FRUIT BASKET AND UNDERLINER. SIZE: 9” x 7-3/4” under liner. 3” x 8-3/4” x 7”. CONDITION: Under liner in good condition. Basket has crack at rim to side, otherwise very good. 9-92562 (200-400)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE CUT CORNER PLATTER. SIZE: 16” x 12-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92576 (200-400)


CANTON: FIVE BLUE AND WHITE PLATES. SIZE: 10”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92577 (300-500)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE CUT CORNER PLATTER. SIZE: 13” x 10-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93361 (150-250)


PAINT DECORATED HOODED CRADLE. Interior with blue paint, exterior with black and red grain painting. SIZE: 25” h x 37” l x 23” w. CONDITION: Some minor blemishes, otherwise very good. 9-92884 (250-450)


PAINT DECORATED WINDSOR HIGH CHAIR. Red and black grain painting with stenciled highlights and yellow line decoration. Three arrow spindle back, plank seat. Has original foot rest. SIZE: 36-1/2” h x 23-1/2” seat height. CONDITION: Original paint shows use. Very good. 9-92907 (250-350)


STATE OF MAINE DECORATED ONE DRAWER DRESSING TABLE. Black and red grain paint with stencil decoration. Scrolled back splash. Chalk inscription on drawer “J. Doe”. SIZE: 34” h x 31-1/2” w x 15-1/2” d. CONDITION: Some paint and stencil loss. Otherwise good. 8-87136 (600-800)


JOYCE WILLIAMS (American, 20th century) “ANTIQUE CHEST WITH PITCHER”. Large watercolor on paper shows white ironstone wash set atop a antique two door cupboard. Flowers are in corner left and one is atop cupboard. Dated and title on back; signed lower right Joyce Williams AWS, NWS. Fine frame and double mat. SIGHT SIZE: 24” x 20 1/2” CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93265 (2,750-3,250)


JOYCE WILLIAMS (American, 20th century) “DECEMBER EVENING”. Watercolor on paper scene shows Maine farm house with red barn. Snow covered fields with purple hills and blue sky. Titled on reverse and signed lower left Joyce Williams AWS, NWS. SIZE: 15” x 21 1/2” CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93263 (1,750-2,250)


LAURENCE P. SISSON (American, 1928-) “OLD BOATYARD”. Large watercolor scene shows Boothbay Harbor with houses, water and boatyard. Viewer stands in open boathouse looking across bay at low tide. Signed lower left “Laurence Sisson”. Housed in its original flat painted frame. Columbus Frame Shop label on reverse indicating artist and title.. SIZE: 26” x 39”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93401 (1,500-2,500)


MAHOGANY INLAID FOUR DRAWER BUTLER’S SECRETARY. Large top drawer has fold down writing surface with nice interior having six drawers and eight cubby holes. Central door with fan inlay opens to reveal two small drawers and two cubby holes. Three other graduated drawers below. Bracket base with molded edged top. Wood drawer knobs. Comes with added glass top. SIZE: 43-1/2” h x 46” w case size x 20-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. Replaced wood knobs. Filled holes. 9-93211 (800-1,200)


STEPDOWN MAHOGANY FEDERAL CHEST. Three drawer box top over four drawers, each with wooden knobs. Half spiral carved columns. High turned legs. SIZE: 45” h x 42” w case size x 19-1/2” d. CONDITION: Uneven finish, otherwise very good. 9-93290 (400-700)


26 PIECES OF BELLFLOWER FLINT GLASS. Lot consists of eight 5-3/4” goblets, two 5-1/2” open sugars, two 5-3/4” spooners, one 5-1/2” goblet and twelve 4-1/4” sauce dishes, one 7”creamer. CONDITION: Creamer has crack in handle. Otherwise good. Some minor roughness. 9-92916 (300-500)


PAIR OF MOLDED BLOWN CLEAR DECANTERS. Matching stoppers with waffle and diamond bulls-eye pattern. Keen or Stoddard Glass Works. SIZE: 10-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93589 (650-850)


SIX PIECE STAFFORDSHIRE SALOPIAN TEA SET. Set consists of covered teapot, covered sugar, creamer, handless cup and saucer and plate. All identically decorated with flowers and birds. In colors of blue, gold, yellow, green and brown. CONDITION: Teapot has chipped spout. Sugar has minor chips to inner rim. 9-93331 (200-300)


FINE HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE FRUIT BASKET. Reticulated side with double handle in the quadrupeds pattern. Marked on bottom “Hall”. SIZE: 3-1/2” h x 12” x 8-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93588 (800-1,000)


AMERICAN/BRITISH SCHOOL (19th Century) STILL LIFE WITH FRUIT AND FLOWERS. Unsigned oil on canvas shows a tabletop having a bluish vase filled with colorful flowers. Spread out before the vase is a colorful array of peaches, plums, white grapes, pear and roses. Housed in a fine reticulated gesso decorated gilt frame. SIZE: 21-3/4” x 18”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92439 (1,500-2,500)


BRITISH/AMERICAN SCHOOL (19th/20th Century) FLORAL STILL LIFE. Unsigned still life of colorful flowers in a flower decorated, cream colored vase on stand. The vase stands on a table top with a spray of flowers to one side. Housed in replacement gilt carved frame. SIZE: 27-1/2” x 19-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good, relined, some retouch. 9-92443 (800-1,200)


BRITISH/FRENCH SCHOOL (19th Century) PORTRAIT OF ELEGANT LADY. Oil on canvas laid down on masonite. Oval portrait of a woman with fine lace edged and print dress having a bow-tie choker with drop pendant. She is adorned with a flower sash wrapped over her shoulder. Unsigned. Housed in a gilt carved wood oval modern frame. SIZE: 24’ h x 20” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92503 (500-1,000)


SCHOOL OF LOUIS LEOPOLD BOILLY (French, 1761-1845) “IN THE STUDIO”. Oil on canvas scene shows woman artist sketching young boy who sits in French side chair. Other girl watches over shoulder. Artist easel with canvas and other artist’s supplies throughout room. A fine detailed interior scene. Signed lower right “L. Boilly”. Housed in a good gilt carved frame. SIZE: 19-1/2” x 24”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91773 (2,000-4,000)


SET OF SIX WILLIAM AND MARY UPHOLSTERED SIDECHAIRS. Turned trumpet style legs with curving cross stretchers. Over upholstered backs and seats. Fabulous brocade light gold upholstery. SIZE: 34″ h x 18″ seat height. CONDITION: Some base reconstruction, but generally a very nice set. 9-91699 (1,800-2,400)


EARLY ENGLISH COFFER. Cut out apron with small pierced flower. Removable lid with no hinges. SIZE: 18-1/2” h x 36-1/2” w x 12” d. CONDITION: Shows much use, fair. 9-93228 (200-300)


GOOD DECORATED LOWESTOFT MUG. Blue and white design with central crest having crown in gold and red. Dragon handle with small rose decoration. SIZE: 4-3/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. One flea bite to top rim and small nick to bottom. 9-92846 (300-400)


TWO SMALL COVERED CHINESE EXPORT PITCHERS. 1) Intertwined strap handle, front decorated with landscape scene with man and bridge. SIZE: 5-1/2”. 2) Rattan covered handle, colorful basket of flowers is front decoration. SIZE: 5-1/4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92847 (300-500)


SMALL CHINESE EXPORT PLATE WITH AMERICAN EAGLE. 7” plate has American eagle with shield holding ribbon “E. Pluribus Unum”. Piece of paper accompanies lot with history indicating the piece is from the American Embassy in Peeking, which was opened in the 1860’s. About forty undamaged pieces were found in the Thieves market of Macao. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92887 (250-450)


EARLY CHINESE PIERCED SIDE EXPORT TEAPOT. Double wall with outside piercing decorated with orange flower vine. Silver spout. Similar design to lid. Unmarked. SIZE: 6” h. CONDITION: Cover has chips and repairs. Bottom has one small chip on rim, otherwise very good. 9-92851 (250-450)


FINE MAHOGANY SHERATON DROP LEAF DINING TABLE. Four spiral carved and turned legs ending in brass cupped castor feet. Half round leaves with good figured mahogany. Swing leg leaf support. SIZE: 29-1/4” h x 48” d x 17-1/4” w (closed) x 50-1/2” (open). CONDITION: Very good, one small patch to edge of leaf. 9-93294 (500-800)


MAHOGANY BALL AND CLAW FOOT ONE DRAWER TABLE. Bench made having well formed ball cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet on wheels. Molded edge top and beaded and carved skirt. Dovetailed drawer has brass pull handle. SIZE: 31” h x 34” w x 24” d. CONDITION: Restoration to legs, otherwise good. 9-93055 (700-900)


T. V. C. VALENKAMPH (American, 1868-1924) “A ROCKY COAST ROCKPORT VIEW”. Oil on canvas scene shows breaking waves off rocky shoreline with beach in foreground. Signed lower right “TVC Valenkamph”. Housed in a replacement gilt molded wood frame. “Central Galleries, Inc. New York” exhibition label with title and artist affixed to stretcher. SIZE: 12” x 20”. CONDITION: Very good. Some minor inpainting. 9-93407 (1,800-2,400)


OSCAR ANDERSON (American 1873-) SUNSET OVER GLOUCESTER HARBOR. Oil on panel harbor scene with orange sky reflecting in Gloucester Harbor. Town in background and foreground left is building with moored boat. #163 on back of wood panel. Signed lower right. Housed in a bronze gilt wood frame. SIZE: 6” x 9”. CONDITION: Good, could benefit from a cleaning. 9-93465 (700-1,000)


RARE EARLY FRAMED CUT WORK PICTURE. Intricate and detailed cut work paper cutout shows central scene “JESU.FILI.DAVID.MISERERE.ME”. This center area is surrounded by lace type intricate work. Stipple effect to texture of clothes. Hand carved decorative frame. History on a piece of paper is attached to back, dated 1824. SIZE: 4” x 5-1/2”. CONDITION: 9-92882 (300-400)


RELIEF CARVING OF OLIVER HAZZARD PERRY IN FOLK ART FRAME. Perry was a Naval officer in the War of 1812. He lived from 1785-1819. Relief carving shows him straight on with “O. H. Perry” underneath. Housed in an even more interesting folk art frame which is made up of carved wood which has spread eagle finial and carved anchor, powder horn and cannon with balls. Carved writing on back. SIZE: 6” h x 3-1/4” w. CONDITION: One crack in frame, otherwise very good. 9-93547 (200-400)


SMALL PAINTED CARVING OF A ROOSTER. Schimmel style with colors of yellow, red and green. SIZE: 6”. CONDITION: Consolidated varnish, uneven finish. 9-92966 (200-400)


UNSIGNED BANJO CLOCK. Bottom reverse painted panel has ships battling with eagle. Throat glass with “Patent” in gold leaves. Dial has separate sweep second hand and two keyholes. Triangular brass movement, unsigned but numbered “24 3/8”. Weight and pendulum present. SIZE: 33” h. CONDITION: Replacements, veneer damage. Fair. 9-92935 (800-1,200)


LARGE METAL TOWER CLOCK FACE. Blue background with gold Roman numeral numbers. Back supported with two steel rods. SIZE: 51-1/2” dia. CONDITION: Good. 9-92770 (500-800)


EARLY OAK DROP LEAF GATELEG TABLE. Half round leaves, one drawer, good turned and block legs. SIZE: 26-1/2” h x 14-1/4” w closed; 44-1/4” open x 39” d. CONDITION: Worm damage, break in bottom stretcher, fair. 9-92462 (1,200-1,400)


JAMES GALE TYLER (American 1855-1931) SUNSET SEASCAPE. Oil on canvas sunset scene shows sailboat in full sail with two men in rowboat in foreground. Nice colors of gold, blue and red. Signed lower left “J. G. Tyler”. Housed in an antique black wood frame with gold liner. SIZE: 8” x 10”. CONDITION: One small patch to sky, minor retouch. Very good. 9-93467 (1,250-1,750)


TEAKWOOD SEAMAN’S CHEST. Lift top with deep till, dovetailed construction with molded edge top. SIZE: 19-1/2” h x 37” X 17” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93592 (300-500)


LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY MODEL OF A “CAT BOAT”. This small hand made model of a “cat boat” found in Long Island features a receding center board and brass rudder. The deck scribed to simulate planking in what appears to be the original paint. “Cat boats” were working boats in the Chesapeake Bay and Long Island for men who worked in salt water. This one is titled “Gino”. SIZE: 34″ l. (including bow sprit) x 27″ h. to top of mast. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92358 (600-800)


ANTIQUE WOOD SHIP MODEL. Three-mast ship, fully rigged with no sails. Black hull, two deck housings, one lifeboat. SIZE: 17” h x 27” l. CONDITION: Some loose rigging, otherwise good. 9-92452 (1,500-2,500)


AMERICAN/BRITISH SCHOOL (19th/20th century) SHIP PORTRAIT. Oil on board unsigned oval painting shows three mast ship sailing right to left with steam sail ship off port bow. Blue sky with white puffy clouds, greenish blue ocean. Housed in a fantastic carved oval frame with bottom bow tie with star and top large star. SIGHT SIZE: 16 1/2″ x 11 3/4″ CONDITION: Needs cleaning, but generally frame and painting in good condition. 9-92908 (1,000-1,500)


WARREN SHEPPARD (American, 1858-1937) SCHOONERS AT DAWN. Watercolor on paper shows three schooners moored off low coast with lighthouse. Man rows toward boats. Rising sun lights clouds with pink and yellow hues. Signed lower right Warren Sheppard; housed in a fine gilt gesso decorated frame. SIGHT SIZE: 8″ x 11 1/2″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-93038 (2,000-2,500)


JAMES MCBEY (British, 1883-1959) FISHING BOATS OFF COASTAL CLIFFS. Scene shows two single mast fishing boats with sails up and nets on side. Gray sky with rough ocean. Coast has high white cliffs. Signed lower right. Housed in what appears to be its original gilt gesso decorated frame. SIZE: 15” h x 20” w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93283 (400-800)


R MACGREGOR (American/British 20th century) “AMERICAN CLIPPER ROYAL DANE”. Oil on canvas of a three-mast ship in full sail on choppy water. Blue sky with puffy white clouds. Ship sails from right to left. People seen on deck and seagulls fly above the water. Unsigned canvas, title and artist identified on metal plaque on frame. Fine gilt fancy gesso decorated frame. SIZE: 20-1/4” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good, surface grime. 9-93285 (500-1,000)


MAJOLICA: TWO METAL LID PITCHERS. 1) 5″ with fern and lilypads. 2) 6-1/2″ pineapple motif. Both unmarked. CONDITION: Good. 9-52-290 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: TWO COLORFUL LEAF FORM DISHES. Colors of brown, yellow, green and red. SIZE: 11-1/4″ x 8; 7-1/4″ x 5-3/4″. CONDITION: Small rim chips to both. 9-52-291 (50-100)


MAJOLICA: MUSTACHE CUP AND SAUCER. Registry mark to bottom of cup. Cup has yellow flower and white lily. Pink interior. Saucer is slightly different with blue rim, stippled background and flowers. SIZE: 6-/4″ saucer; 2-3/4″ h cup. CONDITION: Cup has small repair to rims. 9-52-319 (200-400)


MAJOLICA: LARGE FOOTED BOWL. Light blue interior, yellow background with a strawberry motif. SIZE: 5-1/2″ h x 9-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Some hairlines but generally very good. 9-52-333 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: FOUR SEAFOOD PLATES BY WEDGWOOD. Each plate with a blue background has six scallop type shells with center section. SIZE: 7″. CONDITION: Some discoloration, one with old crack. 9-52-255 (150-250)


MAJOLICA: SET OF SIX SMALL BOWLS. Leaf design on a green and white background. Unmarked. SIZE: 5-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Some roughness to edges but generally good. 9-52-297 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: PITCHER. Multi-color has lyre on round panel side. Pink interior, unmarked. SIZE: 6-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-278 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: TWO CREAMERS. 1) 4-1/2″ Griffen, Smith & Co. branch and flower decoration. 2) 4-1/2″, unmarked with deep blue background and blackberry. CONDITION: Small fleck to spout of one, otherwise good. 9-52-277 (100-150)


MAJOLICA: THREE PIECES IN A POND LILY PATTERN. Probably by Samuel Lear. Cup and saucer and large 8″ saucer (two under rim chips). 9-52-320 (50-100)


ANTIQUE RED COUNTRY SETTEE. Plank seat with primitive square arms resting on chamfered tapered wood legs. SIZE: 28” h x 64” w x 23” d. CONDITION: Good. 9-93213 (500-800)


LARGE RED NEW ENGLAND GRAIN BIN. Lift top with iron latch. Interior in three sections. Nice color. SIZE: 26-1/2” h x 73” l x 19” d. CONDITION: Good. 9-93220 (200-400)


PAINTED TWO BOARD TOP WORK TABLE. Tapered square legs, scrubbed two board top with traces of red and white paint. Bottom painted white with traces of red paint. Dovetail skirt. SIZE: 27-1/2” h x 42” w x 29” d. CONDITION: Good. 9-92426 (400-600)


S. J. LEWANDOWSKI (American, 20th Century) LOBSTER SHACKS. Oil on masonite scene shows three lobster shacks adorned with lobster buoys and stacks of lobster pots. Small rowboat is on shore and one is moored. Rocky shoreline. Signed lower left “S. J. Lewandowski”. Housed in an outstanding gilt arts and crafts style replacement frame. SIZE: 20” x 27”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93029 (750-900)


HENRY GASSER (American, 1909-1981) BOATS AT DOCK. Watercolor on paper scene shows large and small boats next to wharf with buildings. Signed lower left H Gasser. Housed in a fine gilt carved modern frame. SIGHT SIZE: 8 1/4″ x 11″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-93036 (800-1,200)


TOD LINDENMUTH (American, 1885-1976) SPRING NEW ENGLAND LANDSCAPE. Oil on canvas scene shows flowering trees against a hill background supporting a New England farm. An open gate is in the foreground. Signed lower right “Tod Lindenmuth 1930”. Housed in a gold carved wood frame. “L. L. Galambos New York” label on stretcher. SIZE: 23” x 31”. CONDITION: Several small breaks in canvas which are very difficult to see except when painting is put to light. Untouched canvas, otherwise very good. 9-93384 (1,000-2,000)


PAUL KING (American, 1867-1947) FALL LANDSCAPE. Small oil on masonite scene shows lake with shoreline having large gray rock and trees. Gray mountains in background with sunlit clouds and patches of blue sky. Housed in a gilt replacement wood frame. On back is written “To Mrs. Dorsey From Paul King Xmas 1909 Pittsburgh, Penn.”. Unsigned on front side. SIZE: 7” x 9-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93386 (800-1,000)


PAIR OF PRAIRIE BEADED MOCCASINS. Red, white and blue beadwork. SIZE: 10” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93512 (500-700)


PAIR OF EASTERN WOODLANDS BEADED MEN’S MOCCASINS. Clear, white, rose, red, and blue beadwork. Brown hide soles with red and brown cloth upper section. SIZE: 10” l. CONDITION: Some edge beadwork missing. Small tear in upper red fabric. Otherwise very good. 9-93513 (250-400)


PAIR OF BEADED MOCCASINS. Blue, pink and white beadwork with petal shaped decorations. Small green felt fringe with some deterioration. SIZE: 8-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93526 (400-600)


PAIR OF BEADED CHILD’S MOCCASINS. Pink, blue and white beadwork. SIZE: 7” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93525 (200-300)


PAIR OF CHEYENNE/ARAPAHO BEADED HIDE BABY MOCCASINS. The beadwork in brown, white, orange and blue. SIZE: 6” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93531 (200-300)


PASTEL PORTRAIT OF WILD BILL CODY. Unsigned. Tag on back has pencil inscription “G. E. Pearson” and dated August 3rd 1915. Portrait of man with white beard, cowboy hat and hide fringed coat. SIZE: 20-1/2″ x 15-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93506 (600-800)


MAHOGANY TWO DRAWER SWING TOP WORK TABLE. Stand has serpentine front with hinged top, which rotates and folds over to provide a larger work surface. Quatrefoil base with center divided support. SIZE: 29” h x 22” w x 15-1/2” d. CONDITION: Table has nicks and scratches and some repair, good. 9-92960 (450-650)


STANDING FLOOR DOUGH BOX. Dovetail box attached to four turned splayed legs with skirt. Removable sliding top. Nice pumpkin pine finish. SIZE: 27” h x 34-1/2” w x 17-3/4” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93293 (300-500)


PINE LIFT TOP TWO DRAWER BLANKET CHEST. Brass replaced hardware, refinished. Cutout skirt and sides. SIZE: 37” h x 43” w x 19-1/2” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93289 (250-400)


WOOD SHIP MODEL. Three-mast vessel with white and black hull, fully rigged with no sails. Plank decking with some detail work. SIZE: 25” h x 34” l. CONDITION: Some repaint, some railing damage, otherwise good. 9-92455 (800-1,200)


WOOD LUXURY LINER MODEL. Mounted on custom stand, black and red hull, natural finish on upper deck, two stack with two mast. Ten lifeboats and nice detail. SIZE: 17” x 31”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92459 (800-1,200)


GRAY LITHOGRAPHY CO. (Publisher, 19th/20th Century, American) “MAINE STEAMSHIP CO.” BROADSIDE. Lithograph on paper advertisement for the Maine Steamship Company. Print shows the steamship “Horatio Hall” steaming right to left with small boat in foreground and lighthouse off stern. Underneath “Maine Steamship Company Only Direct Line Between New York, Cottage City, Mass. and Portland, ME Connecting at Portland with all Railway and Steamship Lines to Eastern Summer Resorts.” Housed in a black painted oak flat frame. SIGHT SIZE: 27-1/2” x 41-1/2”. CONDITION: Unrestored, three strong vertical foxing lines with all over browning and stains to margin. 9-93178 (200-400)


L. PAPALUCA (Italian 20th century) SHIP PORTRAIT OF THE EXPETER. Oil on canvas ship portrait shows a three mast sailing vessel going left to right in rough seas. Full sail with three men on deck. Signed lower right “L. Papaluca”. Brightening blue sky. Fine gilt carved molded wood frame. Ship name on back of canvas. SIZE: 24” x 32”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93479 (2,500-3,500)


SMALL STAFFORDSHIRE PITCHER. “Admiral Nelson/Captain Hardy”. Each side has ships flanking a bust of each person. SIZE: 6-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92853 (300-500)


SMALL LIVERPOOL CREAMER. “Custom is Second Nature, Every Cock on his own Dunghill”. Colored scenes on each side. One scene shows two men coming from liquor store. Other, being kicked out of establishment. SIZE: 5-1/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92852 (200-400)


STAFFORDSHIRE TOBY JUG. Man with snuff, blue jacket, green pants and green top edge. Unmarked. SIZE: 8” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92856 (250-450)


TIGER MAPLE TAMBOUR TWO-PART SECRETARY. Top section with lift lid and two tambour slides having 9 cubbies and one drawer. Bottom section with three drawers and fold over writing area. All resting on a tall-carved bracket foot. Replaced brasses. SIZE: 46″ h x 31-1/4″ w x 19-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Some small repairs needed, some parts reconstructed, generally good. 9-92172 (500-1,000)


DISH TOP TIGER MAPLE SPIDER LEG STAND. Well-turned post with outstretched arched legs and figured maple dish edged top. SIZE: 28-1/2″ h x 17″ x 16-3/4″ top. CONDITION: Patch to top, some repair and restoration. 9-92173 (350-450)


FLOW BLUE PLATTER IN THE SCINDE PATTERN. Good deep blue decoration, impressed mark “Oriental Stone L & G. Alcock”. SIZE: 16-1/4” x 12-3/4”. CONDITION: Very good. Some light knife marks. 9-93582 (600-800)


SET OF SIX OVAL FLOW BLUE DISHES IN THE “CELTIC” PATTERN. SIZE: 6” x 4-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93596 (250-300)




FRANCIS LUIS MORA (American, 1874-1940) “SUNSET IN WINTER HARBOR, MAINE”. Oil on canvas seascape with bright sunset reflecting on water with rocky coastline. Signed lower left “Mora”. TITLED in pencil on back stretcher. Housed in a gilt linen lined replacement frame. SIZE: 20” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good, craquelure. 9-93552 (1,800-2,400)


GEORGE NEWELL BOWERS (American 1849-1909) ALONG THE MAINE COAST. Oil on board coastal scene shows schooner on blue ocean with island or peninsula behind. Foreground shows rocky shore beach area with crashing wave. Signed “G. N Bowers”. Housed in a gilt oak wood frame. SIZE: 5” x 9”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93480 (1,500-2,000)


ALEXANDER BOWER (American, 1875-1952) MAINE COASTAL SCENE. Oil on canvas scene shows rocky coastline with crashing waves. Signed lower left “Alexander Bower”. Number on back of canvas “1336”. Label on back numbered “2633”. Housed in a molded oak frame. SIZE: 14” x 18”. CONDITION: Untouched with some craquelure, surface grime but generally in very good condition. 9-93393 (1,000-1,500)


LOT OF EIGHT FANCY SOUVENIR AND OTHER SPOONS. Lot includes Russian enameled 5” spoon “Moscow” across bowl. 4-1/4” enameled spoon. Three 4-1/2” sterling ship enamel decorated spoons. “RMS Aquitania”, “RMS Homeric”, RMS Lusitania”. Three other Russian? enameled spoons. CONDITION: Good. 9-92871 (150-250)


SMALL ROUND PAINTING ON METAL OF LOUIS PHILLIPE. Unsigned. Bust portrait of man with white hair and reddish coat. Housed in a small round brass frame. SIZE: 2” dia. CONDITION: One small chip, otherwise very good. 9-92886 (300-500)


FRAMED MINIATURE ON IVORY PORTRAIT OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS. 19th C oval portrait shows Queen in red dress with cross and fancy lace collar. Housed in a black ebonized frame with square window. SIZE: Ivory is 2-1/4” x 1-3/4”. CONDITION: Good. 9-93248 (300-500)


ROUND QUEEN ANNE CANDLESTAND. Central turned shaft supported by three cabriole legs. SIZE: 26-1/4” h x 15” x 15-1/2” top size. CONDITION: Some worm damage, some old repair. 9-92906 (250-350)


ONE DRAWER HEPPLEWHITE STAND IN RED WASH. Birch stand has square tapered legs with scrubbed top. One dovetail drawer with brass pull. Light red wash. SIZE: 28-1/2” h x 20-1/4” w x 16” d. CONDITION: Old repairs, good. 9-93210 (150-250)


SET OF FOUR RODBACK WINDSOR CHAIRS. Plank seat, bamboo style turning with splayed legs, four spindle back. SIZE: 33” h x 17” seat height. CONDITION: Some old repair, old refinish. Good. 9-93216 (300-500)


SEARS GALLAGHER (American, 1869-1955) SUMMER LANDSCAPE. Pastel scene shows newly hayed field with haystacks in front of multi-building farm with water and hills beyond. Signed both lower left and lower right. Housed in a carved, thin wood gilt frame. SIGHT SIZE: 11-1/2” x 17-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91961 (1,000-1,500)


SEARS GALLAGHER (American, 1869-1955) LANDSCAPE WITH HAYSTACKS AND BUILDINGS. Pastel on paper painting shows newly hayed field with haystacks in front of multi-building farm with water and hills beyond. Signed lower left and right; housed in a carved gilt wood frame. SIGHT SIZE: 11 1/2″ x 17 1/2″ CONDITION: Very good. 9-91498 (1,500-2,500)


SEARS GALLAGHER (American 1869-1955) ENGRAVING- MONHEGAN SHORELINE. Engraving shows waves crashing onto rocky shoreline. Signed in pencil lower left. Nicely framed and matted. SIZE: Image: 5-3/4” x 8-3/4”. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-93486 (400-600)


SATSUMA DECORATED BUDDHA. Buddha rests on lotus shaped bowl with six-sided base. Colorful costume in colors of blue, red and gold. Hands rest in lap. Nice detail and good coloring. SIZE: 12” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92839 (400-600)


FINE SATSUMA VASE WITH APPLIED DRAGON. Gold all over decoration with many men with detailed faces. Man battles dragon. Well formed and decorated applied dragon at neck. Fully signed base. SIZE: 9” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92848 (300-500)


SATSUMA BOWL WITH PHEASANTS AND PEOPLE. Inside of bowl has eight figures doing various tasks. Central scene of birds and tree. Outside of bowl has golden pheasants. SIZE: 2-1/2” h x 6” dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92791 (200-400)


PAIR OF ANTIQUE SATSUMA BOWLS. White ground with molded decorations, hand painted central figure with child to right side. One, he has open scroll. The other holds small shrine. Underside decorated also. SIZE: 6-3/4” dia x 1-1/2” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92790 (350-550)


CASED CARVED ORIENTAL BALSA WOOD VILLAGE CARVING. Scene shows three large trees with pagodas, bridges over water and white egrets. Nice detail and intricate carving. SIZE: 11” h x 23-1/2” w x 4” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92890 (150-250)


JAPANESE (20th century) SILK NEEDLEWORK HAWK. Needlework on silk of a gold and brown hawk perched on a branch. Tan silk background nicely framed with a silk mat. Unsigned. SIZE: 15 1/2” x 11 1/2” CONDITION: One very small puncture in background, otherwise very good. 9-93230 (100-200)


ORANGE FITZHUGH PORCELAIN VASE. Six-sided vase has two orange reticulated handles, hexagon base marked “China”. Decorated with butterflies and flowers. SIZE: 12-1/2” h CONDITION: Crack on one side with professional repair, otherwise good. 9-93457 (200-400)


PAIR OF ORANGE AND WHITE ORIENTAL VASE LAMPS. Decorated with flowers and birds. SIZE: 22” h. CONDITION: Good. 9-92550 (150-250)


DAVID BIRDSEY WALKLEY (American, 1849-1936) “MYSTIC CONN”. Small oil on board scene shows wharf with docked two mast sailboat and rowboat. Two men stand on dock with large building. Signed lower right “David Walkley” and titled in pen on reverse. SIZE: 10-1/2” x 8-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93388 (1,800-2,200)


JANE PETERSON (American, 1876-1965) DAY AT THE BEACH. Small watercolor on paper shows two beach umbrellas and many beach goers. Foreground has golden sand. Background of blue and white cloudy skies. Signed lower left “Jane Peterson”. Contemporary white frame with beige matte. Identifying label on back. SIGHT SIZE: 8-1/4” x 8-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93390 (1,500-2,000)


MELBOURNE H. HARDWICK (American, 1857-1916) HORSE AND WAGON ON BEACH. Oil on board scene shows white horse pulling two-wheeled wagon on sandy beach with sunset type sky. Signed lower right “Melbourne H. Hardwick”. Housed in a bronze decorated wood frame. SIZE: 10” x 14”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93396 (1,000-1,500)


PAIR OF BOMBE STYLE INLAID BURL WOOD BEDS AND MATCHING MARBLE TOP NIGHTSTANDS. Scroll type inlay on beautifully figured burl veneer. One-door nightstands have black marble tops with matching wood backsplash. Also matching mirror. SIZE: 57-1/2″ h x 30″ w x 77″ l. Nightstands are 53″ h x 18″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93490 (1,500-2,500)


FOUR TIER FRENCH STYLE WIRE PLANT STAND. Three stepped shelves with wire gallery, central top round plant holder. All resting on four castor wheels. Old black finish. SIZE: 49” h x 30” w x 24” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93278 (300-500)


TWO TIER FRENCH STYLE WIRE PLANT STAND. Oval shelf with wire gallery has central post holding round pot holder. Resting on four castor wheels. Old green finish. SIZE: 45” h x 35-1/2” w x 11” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93239 (200-400)


OAK FOUR DOOR TWO PART CHINA CABINET. Top section with two beveled glass doors having carved applied decorative pieces. Three shelves. Bottom section with two doors having carved winged lion motif and burl panel. One shelf inside. Cabinet rests on a platform type base. Top is stepped to base. SIZE: 69-3/4” h x 50-1/2” w x 17” d. CONDITION: Generally very good, small chips to mid-molding. 9-93496 (500-800)


MAJOLICA: TWO FISH SERVING PLATES. Both unmarked. 1) 9″ fish form in pink, gray, yellow and white. Under rim small chip. 2) 8-1/2″ round plate form with brown fish (hairline). 9-52-339 (125-175)


MAJOLICA: TWO SMALL CREAMERS. 1) Deep blue background with white flowers resting on three feet. 2) Light blue background rests on four feet. Both unmarked. 2-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-276 (75-125)


MAJOLICA: TWO LEAF FORM SERVING DISHES. 1) 10″ x 9-1/2″ leaf form with strawberries. 2) 7-1/2″ x 7-1/2″ white leaves on a multi-colored leaf form. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-280 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: LARGE HANDLED MUG. Unmarked with flying bird and pond lily. Pink interior with gold rim. SIZE: 4-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-272 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: FOUR PLATES. 1) 8-1/2″ Wedgwood green flower plate. 2) 7-1/2″ unmarked brown and green plate. 3) 7-1/2″ grapevine plate. 4) 8″ pink plate with mythical figures by Griffen, Smith & Co. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-307 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: FOUR PIECES. Two toothpicks, salt and pepper. Unmarked. 3″ toothpick has leaf and blue flowers in a square shape. 2-1/4″ toothpick with pink flowers on a bamboo background. 4″ salt and pepper shakers with metal tops, bamboo and flower decoration. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-274 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: FOUR PIECES IN CORN MOTIF. 4-1/4″ pitcher with white kernels and green leaves, unmarked. Three 3-1/2″ salt shakers with yellow kernels. CONDITION: Some very minor roughness. 9-52-275 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: MUG WITH YELLOW FLOWERS BY GRIFFIN, SMITH & CO. Yellow mug has green handle with central band of yellow flowers and green leaves. Pink interior, impressed mark to base. SIZE: 3 1/2″ h CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-298 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: SWAN FORMED CREAMER. Unmarked. Swan neck forms handle. Brown and green glazes. SIZE: 4” h x 6-1/2” l. CONDITION: Good. 9-92858 (200-300)


SHERATON DROP LEAF TWO DRAWER MAHOGANY WORK TABLE. Carved spiral turned legs. Two dovetailed drawers have turned wood handles. Top drawer has divided spaces. SIZE: 28-1/2” h x 16-1/4” closed x 34” open x 17” d. CONDITION: Faded and stained finish, otherwise very good. 9-93298 (400-600)


EMPIRE MAHOGANY SETTEE. Serpentine front with curved bracket legs, shaped back with carved pierced crest. Original black upholstery. Armless settee that would fit under double window. SIZE: 33” h x 43” w x 22” d. CONDITION: Fabric is scratched. 9-92957 (150-250)


PAIR OF SMALL MAPLE LADDERBACK CHAIRS. Rush seats, double box stretcher, three slats with nice honey color. SIZE: 33” h x 17” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93308 (100-150)


EARLY SPINNING WHEEL. Standard form, complete. Branded “JH”. SIZE: 60” h x 66” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93311 (100-200)


ALBERT STERNER (American 1863-1946) “STILL LIFE; FRUIT, FLOWERS & SCULPTURE OF BUST OF CHILD”. Oil on canvas colorful still life display on covered tabletop shows white bust of child in back of a silver bowl with colorful fruit. Tall brass vase with yellow and purple flowers. Peeled banana and pear next to bowl. Colorful curtain as backdrop. Signed lower left and dated “38”. Titled on back with Kennedy Galleries exhibit label. Also titled and signed on stretcher. Housed in a flat painted wood frame. SIZE: 30″h x 25″w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-91490 (2,000-3,000)


BERTHA MENZLER PEYTON (American, 1871-1950) WHITE FLOWERS IN BLUE VASE. Oil on canvas still life shows large blue vase with white flowers with green leaves. Set on a green table top. Signed lower right “Bertha Menzler Peyton”. Housed in a period Arts and Crafts molded wood frame. Stretcher has remnants of an original exhibition label, also stapled to back is note “Not for Sale Loaned for Mem. Show by R. C. Hagstrom”. SIZE: 18” x 24”. CONDITION: Painting has several paint chips with worst area along left side. Painting is in need of restoration, otherwise very good. 9-93422 (2,000-3,000)


BERTHA MENZLER PEYTON (American, 1871-1950) ARTIST SKETCHBOOK. Sketchbook consists of 100+ drawings in pencil, pen and colored chalk. A number of which are finished sketches, which are signed. Marine, landscape and city scenes. Peyton was a member of the North Shore Art Association and worked around Rockport and Gloucester. SIZE: Vary. Sketchbook is 14” x 10”. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-93429 (500-1,000)


KENNETH STEVENS MACINTYRE (American, 1891-1979) SIAMESE CATS IN STILL LIFE. Oil on canvas still life shows two Siamese cats in front of a bronze oriental jar with blue, gold and ivory curtain. Signed lower left “Kenneth S. Macintyre 1944”. Housed in a gilt carved wood frame. On stretcher “Estate #20”. SIZE: 24” x 26”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93565 (1,000-2,000)


PAIR OF EASTERN WOODLANDS BEADED MOCCASINS. Green, red and black beads in flower designs. SIZE: 11” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93519 (350-500)


PAIR OF INUIT/ALASKAN MOCCASIN/BOOTS. Deer hair with rabbit fringe. SIZE: 8-1/2” l x 5” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93522 (300-500)


PAIR OF SIOUX BEADED HIDE MOCCASINS. Red, white, black and blue beadwork. SIZE: 9” l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93511 (400-600)


PAIR OF EASTERN WOODLANDS BABY MOCCASINS. Multi-color beadwork with brown soles and cloth uppers. SIZE: 5” l. CONDITION: Some small areas of bead loss. Otherwise very good. 9-93528 (200-300)


PAIR OF EASTERN WOODLANDS BEADED BABY MOCCASINS. Green, clear and white beadwork, brown hide bottoms with blue red and pink cloth tops. SIZE: 4-1/2” l. CONDITION: Very good. Some fading to material. 9-93530 (150-250)


EASTLAKE PIER MIRROR (American 19th century). Carved crest with gold highlights. SIZE: 59” h x 28-1/2” w. CONDITION: Some restoration, good. 9-93461 (250-400)


VICTORIAN STYLE WALNUT OPEN ARM CHAIR. Flower design upholstery, finger carved features, serpentine front seat. SIZE: 39” h x 29” w x 16” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93304 (250-350)


PAIR OF WALNUT VICTORIAN SIDE CHAIRS. Open back with flower carved crest, needlework slip seats. One with green, one in burgundy. SIZE: 32-1/2” h x 17-1/2” seat height. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93299 (150-250)


OVAL MARBLE TOP VICTORIAN STAND. Walnut stand has four cutout legs attached to a single turned support. White molded edge marble top. Castor wheel feet. SIZE: 28” h x 22” w x 17” d. CONDITION: Old repair to leg, otherwise very good. 9-93432 (150-250)


ANNA FISHER (American, 1873-1942) THE SUGAR HOUSE. Oil on canvas scene shows gray building in a green landscape with two men on a covered porch. Signed lower left “A. Fisher”. Housed in a replacement gilt molded wood frame. SIZE: 9” x 12’. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93428 (1,500-2,000)


ALLEN TUCKER (American, 1866-1939) FALL LANDSCAPE. Oil on canvas landscape with trees having bright red foliage and yellow forest floor. Signed lower right “Tucker”. Housed in a replacement frame with linen liner. Liner has artists plaque. SIZE: 13-3/4” x 19-1/2”. CONDITION: Craquelure, in very good condition. 9-93403 (1,750-2,500)


DONALD B. BARTON (American 1903-1990) WINTER FARM SCENE. Oil on canvas winter scene shows snow covered landscape with New England farm. Two-horse logging sleigh driven by man in a blue coat. Signed lower right “Barton”. Housed in a gilt decorated gesso frame. SIZE: 19-1/2” x 27-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93473 (1,400-1,800)


TWO HANDLED FOOTED ADAMS PLATTER “THE BLIND FIDDLER” by DAVID WILKIE R.A. Name on base. Nice scene of a family gathering around a fiddler. SIZE: 2-1/2” h x 14” l x 9” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92792 (200-300)


GOOD LOT OF EIGHT PRATT WARE LIDS. “The Enthusiast” 4”, “On Guard” 4” – repaired, Woman plucking chickens 4”, Hunters with dead stags 4-1/2”, Skating scene 3”, “Alas Poor Bruin” 3” with box – chip, Fishing boats 4” with box, Hand painted Limoges type 3-1/2” frolicking people cover. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-92798 (500-800)


ADAMS STYLE LARGE CUP AND SAUCER AND SUNDERLAND PITCHER. 1) Large handled cup has two scenes with people, horses and cows. Saucer has scene with people and cows. 2) Small strawberry lustre pitcher with marine motif. SIZE: Saucer 6-1/2”; Cup 3-1/2” h; Pitcher 4” h. CONDITION: Good, some staining. Pitcher is good. 9-92855 (200-300)


DOUBLE SIDED PRATT WARE VASE. One side “The Tropper”, other side shows woman and farm animals. Mottle green background. SIZE: 6-1/2”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92891 (150-250)


CASTLEFORD OVAL PANELED TEA SET. Relief decoration of cupids and grapes. White background with blue trim. Set consists of tea pot, sugar bowl and creamer. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93581 (800-1,000)


CASTLEFORD COVERED TEAPOT. Relief decoration in classical motif. Blue outlines. SIZE: 6” h x 10” l. CONDITION: One very small nick to cover otherwise very good. 9-92861 (200-300)


TWO PIECES OF SALT GLAZE POTTERY. 1) 7-1/2” l handled gravy with green and yellow trim on a waffle type background. 2) 10” reticulated plate, ivory color. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92832 (250-350)


LOT OF FIVE PIECES OF PARIAN WARE. 1) Grape and grape leaf pattern tazza with pink background. 3-3/4” h x 7-1/2” dia. 2) Handled vase with large relief grape clusters. 11” h. 3) Leaf decorated pitcher. 6-1/2”. 4) 4” vase with bellflowers (chipped). 5) Handled cup with flower decoration. 9-92831 (200-400)


SWISS TWO PART MARBLE TOP HALL TABLE WITH MIRROR. Fancy mirror has pierced carved wood frame with gilt wood. Hall table has shaped white marble top, four carved French style cabriole legs with pierced carved skirt. Shaped stretcher with central carved motif. Gilt finish. Base stamped “F. Federzox Genova”. SIZE: Base is 32” h x 45-1/2” w x 13” d. Mirror is 50-1/2” h x 29” w. CONDITION: Very good. One small nick to edge of marble. 9-93497 (500-1,000)


LARGE LEATHER SOFA. High cushioned back with three fixed cushion seats. Rolled arms. Rests on short bun feet. Light brown color. SIZE: 40” h x 76” w x 38” d. CONDITION: Good, color varies. 9-93500 (300-600)


PAIR OF MAHOGANY INLAID ONE DRAWER HEPPLEWHITE STYLE STANDS BY HEKMAN FURNITURE CO. Mid-20th C, Pembroke style. Numbered “2763”. Drop leaves make oval top. SIZE: 27” h x 16” closed x 31” open x 23” d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93295 (250-400)


HENRY HOBART NICHOLS (American, 1869-1962) FALL WOODLAND SCENE. Oil on canvas colorful woodland landscape with colorful leaves on forest floor. Sunlit open area with trees having partial colorful foliage. Signed lower left “Nichols 36”. Housed in a fine carved gilt frame. Painting has foam core back with saved partial label from the “Cincinnati Art Museum Annual Exhibition of American Art”. SIZE: 26” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93041 (1,250-1,750)


JAMES KING BONNAR (American, 1885-1961) WINTER LANDSCAPE. Oil on board stream with snow covered banks winds out of tall woods with man riding on a red wagon being pulled by two horses. Singed lower right “JAMES K. BONNAR”. Also signed on back “Original by James K. Bonnar Newtonville, Mass 1950”. Housed in a fine gilt carved replacement arts and craft frame. SIZE: 16” x 20”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93042 (1,400-1,800)


SMALL ORIENTAL AREA RUG. Bokara rose colored field with six octagons with other symbols on a multiple border. One side has a 7″ border with many smaller symbols. Fringe on one side. SIZE: 4’9″ x 2’9″. CONDITION: Very good, faded to a soft rose color. 9-93349 (200-400)


SIGNED ANTIQUE PERSIAN SCATTER RUG. Center medallion with all over decoration. Signature cartouche in border. SIZE: 5’11” x 3’11”. CONDITION: Wear, fringe loss and one white 3” section missing. 9-92925 (250-500)


SMALL HAMADAN MAT. Deep blue field with three large polygons and smaller symbols. Three border edge with step design at corners. Predominant colors are deep blue and red. SIZE: 4’2″ x 2’8″. CONDITION: Shows some wear but generally good. 9-93348 (100-200)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE CUT CORNER SMALL PLATTER. SIZE: 9-1/2” x 7”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-92563 (100-200)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE CUT CORNER PLATTER. SIZE: 11-3/4” x 9-1/4”. CONDITION: Two under rim chips, otherwise good. 9-93362 (100-150)


CANTON: BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JAR. SIZE: 7-3/4” h x 8-1/2” w. CONDITION: Hairline cracks, otherwise very good. 9-93363 (200-250)


CANTON: SIX BLUE AND WHITE PLATES. SIZE: 7-1/4”. CONDITION: Minor rim chips. 9-93373 (100-200)


CANTON: FOUR BLUE AND WHITE BOWLS. SIZE: 8-3/4”. CONDITION: Hairline cracks, two chips. 9-93372 (150-250)


CANTON: SIX BLUE AND WHITE PLATES. SIZE: 6”. CONDITION: Rim chips. 9-93378 (100-200)


GEORGE M. HAUSHALTER (American, 1862-) PORTRAIT OF YOUNG BOY. Oil on canvas of a young boy with dark hair and red shirt. Housed in a fine period gilt frame. Signed lower left “G. Haushalter Paris 98”. SIZE: 18” x 14”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93583 (600-800)


OGDEN M. PLEISSNER PRINT “THE HEAD OF THE POOL”. Colored print published in 1979 by Crossroads of Sport Inc. and the Orvis Co. Limited to 280 prints. Pencil signed lower right. Scene shows two men fishing with large salmon on a fly rod jumping. Unframed. IMAGE SIZE: 16-1/2” x 22”. CONDITION: Like new. 9-93455 (900-1,200)


OGDEN M. PLEISSNER PRINT “JUNE TROUT FISHING”. Colored print published for Theodore Gordon fly fishers in a limited edition of 350. Pencil signed and dated 1967. Unframed. Scene shows fisherman wading in river with fish on. IMAGE SIZE: 16-1/2” x 25”. CONDITION: Like new. 9-93456 (900-1,200)


RANDALL DAVEY (American, 1887-1964) STILL LIFE WITH PHEASANT AND GUN. Oil on canvas shows a hunter’s vest with shotgun shells having a pheasant and leaves beside. Red barn siding with hanging pheasant and propped up shotgun. Housed in a molded wood frame. SIZE: 24” x 18”. CONDITION: Near excellent. 9-92706 (800-1,200)


MAJOLICA: COLORFUL TWO HANDLED VASE. Turquoise interior, unmarked. SIZE: 11-1/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93119 (50-100)


MAJOLICA: HANDLED PLATTER WITH DOG AND DOG HOUSE. White dog with brown dog house, green leaves on a white background. No mark. SIZE: 11″ CONDITION: Small glaze chip to rim, otherwise very good. 9-52-336 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: TWO PITCHERS. 1) 5-3/4″ blue background with three flying birds. Yellow base. 2) 5-1/4″ with central blue band and pink flowers (base chipped). 9-52-287 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: TWO PITCHERS. One with palm tree decoration, (spout and rim repair), other with flower. SIZE: 6-1/2″ h. 9-52-285 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: THREE FLOWER PLATES. Two unmarked 9″ pond lily plates. One in green, one in brown. 7-3/4″ plate marked “Germany” with pansies (small fleck to rim, otherwise good.) 9-52-301; 9-93438 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: TWO SMALL PITCHERS. Both unmarked. Both with bird decoration. SIZES: 5-3/4″ and 5″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-288 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: TWO HANDLED SERVING DISH. Yellow and red flower on a white background. SIZE: 11-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-52-337 (100-200)


MAJOLICA: THREE PLATES. 1) 8″ deep blue plate with white flowers and green leaves by George Jones. 2) 9″ plate with rose background and leaf and branches by Griffen, Smith & Co. 3) 7-1/2″ plate with white flowers and green leaves, (surface and rim chips). 9-52-306; 9-93435 (150-250)


JOHN ALLAN WYETH (American 1894-) LANDSCAPE “HOUSE WITH GRAY SHUTTERS”. Oil on canvas scene shows stucco building with wall set beside grass covered and sandy shoreline. Signed lower right “Wyeth”. Housed in a good carved wood French frame. Stretcher has title in pencil, also artist name. SIZE: 24″h x 29″w. CONDITION: Unrestored with three tears and some paint loss. 9-91507 (1,500-2,500)


GEORGE HERBERT McCORD (American, 1848-1909) FALL FISHERMAN. Watercolor of stream lined with trees in colorful fall foliage having man fishing. Signed lower left ”G. H. McCord”. Housed in a wood molded frame with white matte. SIGHT SIZE: 11-1/2” x 11-1/2”. CONDITION: Matte discolored, watercolor is good. 9-92433 (1,000-2,000)


F. INSALL (British, 19th Century) “BY THE RIVER”. Oil on canvas landscape showing a winding river with tree lined banks, woman with bundle of sticks walks up winding trail. Gray and white clouds. Signed lower right “J. Insall”. Housed in a reproduction gilt molded wood frame. Label attached to back indicates artist is “W. Insaulys”. SIZE: 20” x 30”. CONDITION: Very good, relined. 9-92434 (1,000-2,000)


PAIR OF CHEYENNE SMALL BEADED BABY MOCCASINS. Brown leather bottoms with high tops with blue, orange, green, yellow and red beadwork. SIZE: 4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93533 (150-250)


PAIR OF CHEYENNE BEADED BABY MOCCASINS. Orange, black and silver beads. SIZE: 4”. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93534 (150-250)


PAIR OF BROWN LEATHER BEADED BABY SHOES. Circa 1940. Top has red, white and blue beadwork. Three hole lace area. SIZE: 5-3/4” l. CONDITION: Used with some stitching loose. 9-93532 (75-125)


ACOMA DECORATED POTTERY FOOT. Foot has brown bottom and white top with a stylized bow tie decoration. SIZE: 5” l x 2-1/4” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93529 (100-200)


PAIR OF SKOOKUM DOLLS. Painted Muslim faces, nice leather outfits. One has bead decoration. SIZE: 12” & 11” h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-93546 (350-450)