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Auction 2741M

Thursday, July 17

274 Cedar Hill Street
Marlborough, MA
Auction 2739T

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Table of Contents
1 Auction & Specialist Information
2 Web Site & Online Bidding
4 Discovery: Lots 1–436
33 Discovery—Online: Lots 1000–1800
67 Conditions of Sale
69 Absentee Bid Form
70 Company Directors & Specialty Departments
71 Administrative Staff & Client Services
72 Map & Driving Directions
73 Dining
75 Subscription Form
Please Note: All lots sold subject to our Conditions of Sale.
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MA/Lic. #2304
Richard Budman Glass Face Vase, second
half 20th century, depicting a surreal bust of a
man in hues of orange and purple, signed on
underside of base, ht. 14 1/2, wd. 8 1/2, dp.
5 3/4 in.
Note: Richard Budman attended Museum
College of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
and the Tyler School of Fine Arts in Elkins
Park, Pennsylvania. He began exhibiting his
pieces in 1955, showcased in a one-man
show at Temple University Art Gallery.
Set of Twelve Derby S.P. & Co. Silver-plated
Dishes, 20th century, with hand-hammered
design and monogrammed “ACP,” dia. 11 in.
American School, 19th Century
Hillside Landscape with Cows. Signed “R.
Malcolm” l.l. Watercolor on paper, sight size
12 x 24 in., framed. Condition: Toning, acid
Pair of William Schiller & Sons Figural
Majolica Vases, Austria, 19th/20th century,
the body with boy peering out a window,
flanked by applied foliate motifs, (damage), ht.
17, wd. 9 3/4 in.
George III-style Mahogany Cabinet on
Stand, the dentil-molded cornice topped
with pierced and foliate-carved gallery over
an open, three-shelf interior flanked by two
glazed and carved hinged doors, on a foliate-
carved one-drawer base, molded square legs
and scrolled feet, ht. 79, wd. 39 1/4, dp. 17
1/4 in.
Lane Coffee Table, United States, 1960s,
hardwoods and laminate, rectangular top
with square ends, top gently swells in the
middle where it is accented by a black oval
laminate inset, raised on four tapered legs
with side stretcher with exposed joinery,
marked Lane with style no. 1000-19 and with
retailer’s label for Rapids Furniture Co. Boston,
Massachusetts, (some wear), ht. 13 3/4, lg. 70
1/4, wd. to 20 in.
Group of Carved Wood Mostly African
Figures, 20th century, including a figure
of Horus, a carved and painted mask, and
miscellaneous idols, ht. to 27 in.
Continental Bone-inlaid Miniature Walnut
Chest, late 19th/early 20th century, the chest
top with inlaid bone stringing over a case with
central door flanked by six drawers, each with
engraved bone vignettes, raise on button feet,
ht. 8 1/4, wd. 10 1/4, dp. 6 1/2 in.
Three Etched Glass Vases, 20th century, two
Orrefors vases: one of a girl and birds, one of
a pond scene; and a small Kosta vase with
etched flowers, ht. to 5, wd. to 7 1/2, dp. to
4 in.
Four Framed Works, a French
chromolithograph depicting a cobbler and
three women, two watercolor scenes of
European plazas, signed indistinctly l.r., and a
watercolor theorem, lg. to 18 1/4, wd. to 15
1/2 in.
Zeeland, Frederick DeWit (1629/30-1706),
Comitatus Zelandiae Tabula emendata
a Frederico de Wit, Amsterdam, c. 1680,
large double-paged folio map with central
fold, hand-coloring mostly faded to brown,
the sheet evenly toned to a deep beige, likely
mounted; matted and framed, 22 1/2 x 18 1/4
in. visible through the mat opening.
Plaster Architectural Plaque After Louis
Sullivan, cream-colored finish with ornamental
decoration of stylized acanthus leaf, (some
loss), 29 1/2 in. sq.
Modern Mirror, with seventeen mirrored
panels total, twelve angled, (loss), lg. 35 3/4,
wd. 35 3/4 in.
Pavel Banka (Czech, b. 1941)
Terezin # XXI, 2002. Signed and dated in
pencil on the image l.r., titled in pencil on the
image l.l. Gelatin silver print, sight size 30 1/2
x 39 5/16 in., framed, unglazed. Condition:
Mounted, minor surface grime, vertical
scratches along the left edge.
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Thursday, July 17 at 10AM
Lots 1-436
Chippendale-style Mahogany Bonnet-top
High Chest, the upper section with broken-
arch molded cornice, two short drawers
centering a shell-carved drawer, over four
graduated, thumbmolded long drawers, on
a lower section of four short drawers and a
shell-carved drawer, with scalloped apron,
cabriole legs and claw-and-ball feet, ht. 80,
wd. 39, dp. 21 1/4 in.
Group of Shells and Mineral Specimens,
including a carved iguana, various spheres,
and a shell-carved agate.
Three Carved and Inlaid Knives, the
scabbards and handles with brass string inlay,
lg. to 25 1/2 in.
Huc-Mazelet Luquiens (American, 1881-
Yale, Vanderbilt Gateway, 1914, edition of
160, including ten hors commerce. Titled,
dated, and initialed “...1914 HML” within the
matrix l.l. Etching on paper, 7 3/4 x 5 7/8
in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of
N.B. According to an ad published in The Yale
Literary Magazine, Volume 81, Issue 7, Yale
University Press commissioned Luquiens to
create a portfolio of eight etchings depicting
Yale campus landmarks, which were sold
through YUP and the Brick Row Print and
Book Shop near campus. The portfolio was
published in an edition of 160, with ten hors
Group of Fishing Items, including a Pflueger
fishing rod, a blue My Buddy tackle box, and
an assortment of lures and hooks, rod lg. 60
Dexter Slate Mantel Clock, with floral-gilt
and incised decoration, marble columns, and
a Roman numeral and enameled dial, ht. 9,
wd. 15 1/4, dp. 6 3/4 in.
Regency Inlaid Mahogany Card Table,
England, early 19th century, the square top
with rounded corners and string-inlaid and
crossbanded edges on a conforming skirt with
a diamond-inlaid raised panel, terminating on
five reeded tapering legs, ht. 29 1/4, wd. 35
1/4, dp. 17 1/2 in.
Indian Carved Wood Architectural Panel
and a Kilim.
Group of Wedgwood and Limoges, a gilt
Florentine pattern Wedgwood partial dinner
service, and four pieces of Limoges with gilt
trim and floral accents.
Four Pieces of Poole Art Pottery, England,
20th century, including a polychrome pot and
undertray, a floral-decorated jar, and a mottled
blue jar, ht. to 5 in.
Northwest Persian Salt Bag and a Kurd
Bagface, early 20th century, the bagface 2 ft.
3 in. x 2 ft. 2 in., the bag 1 ft. 9 in. x 1 ft. 9 in.
Hamadan Rug, Northwest Persia, second
quarter 20th century, 9 ft. x 5 ft. 7 in.
Louis Dage Art Deco Ceramic Vase, France,
c. 1925, the bottle-form vase decorated with
band of leaves and flowers, marked “L. Dage”
near base, “Made in France” on base, (rim
repair), ht. 6 3/4 in.
Design Impact Tile-top Occasional Table,
20th century, the round top depicting a forest
scene, raised on shaped metal legs and pad
feet, ht. 20 1/2, dia. 18 1/2 in.
Bing & Grondahl Scenic Porcelain Vase,
Copenhagen, mid-20th century, the tapered
cylindrical vase with coastal landscape scene,
underglaze factory mark to base, ht. 9 3/4 in.
Six Napoleonic and Northern European
Books and Maps, Le Géographie Parisien,
vol. 1, The Battle of Waterloo by a Near
Observer, Plans of the Waterloo Campaign by
William Siborne, and three small matted hand-
colored plates from Luffman’s Geographical
and Topographical Atlas: “Huningen,”
“Charleroi,” and “Fort Louis.”
Twenty-four Mostly Metal Royal Collectible
Items, 19th and 20th century, including
miscellaneous tins, a porcelain bust of a
Cossack gentleman, a pair of brass King
George V silver jubilee candlesticks, and
an embossed brass-clad Queen Elizabeth
coronation letter holder, ht. to 10 in.
Brass Schatz Anniversary Clock, ht. 12 1/2
Vetri Murano Art Glass Figural Sculpture, R.
Armotine, (detached), overall ht. 18 1/4 in.
Ten Scandinavian Design Crystal Animals,
an owl, penguin, blowfish, dolphin, moon-
face figure, bird-nosed figure, elephant, duck,
another bird, and a rabbit with Hadeland
paper label, ht. 1 1/2 to 3 1/4 in.
Four Brass Lamps, two floor lamps and two
table lamps, ht. to 66 1/4 in.
Axel Borgen (Norwegian, 19th/20th
Namsos Bay View with Ships, 1894.
Signed and dated l.r., location given l.l. in
Norwegian. Oil on canvas, sight size 14 1/8 x
21 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Surface grime,
craquelure, flaking losses.
Continental Walnut Veneer Kneehole Desk,
19th century, the bowed thumbmolded top
and conforming case with one central drawer
flanked by two columns of four graduated,
crossbanded drawers, set on a bracket base,
(imperfections), ht. 30 1/2, wd. 21, dp. 39 in.
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Six Ceramic Figural Decanters, five include
Ducks Unlimited, and a hound, (damage), ht.
to 9 1/2 in.
Jerome Myers (American, 1867-1940)
On the Stoop. Signed “Jerome Myers” in
pencil l.r., dedicated in pencil l.l. Etching
on paper, plate size 4 7/8 x 7 in., framed.
Condition: Tear to upper margin, mat burn,
breaks to paper fibers at plate mark, not
examined out of frame.
After Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973)
Visage, 1967, edition of 100. Signed or
inscribed “Picasso” in pencil l.r., numbered
“66/100” in pencil l.l., dated within the matrix.
Lithograph in black and tan on BFK Rives
paper with watermark, image size 15 7/8 x
12 5/16 in., unmatted, unframed. Condition:
Margins over 2 1/2 inches or more with
deckled edges to two sides, very gentle
handling creases.
Haviland Hand-painted Fish Set, late
19th century, fifteen square plates, a long
rectangular platter, a sauceboat, and an
underplate, each with gilt trim and fish or
amphibian decoration, ht. to 3 1/2, wd. to 24
1/2, dp. 8 1/2 in.
Rock-ola Jukebox 448, Chicago, Illinois,
serial number 482761, with aqua blue
screening, striped and circular pattern glass,
and faux rosewood side panels, lg. 40 x ht. 46
x dp. 26 1/2 in.
Continental Walnut Game Table, Europe,
19th century, the double-arch molded top
opening to a baize playing surface, supported
by pullout legs and drawer, on a beaded and
figured skirt and reeded tapering legs, ht. 29
1/4, wd. 33 3/4, dp. 16 1/2 in.
Regency/William IV Mahogany Secretary
Bookcase, England, c. 1820, stamped and
possibly retailed by H. Mawer & Stephenson
Ltd., London, upper cabinet with a stepped
cornice and dentil register above two
throughout-mullioned glass doors, all on a
lower section with a drop-front writing desk
above two cabinet doors, ht. 90 1/2, wd. 54,
dp. 24 in.
Lava Glaze Mid-century Table Lamp, ht. 30
1/4, dia. 8 in.
Kuba Long Rug, Northeast Caucasus, dated
1892, (wear throughout, missing outermost
guardstripe and minor border at both ends), 8
ft. 3 in. x 4 ft. 5 in.
Two Northwest Persian Rugs, mid to late
20th century, 8 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. 10 in. and 6 ft.
3 in. x 5 ft.
Louis XV, King of France (1710-1774)
Document with Secretarial Signature, one
page, on paper, Versailles, 9 October 1757,
foxed at the top of the page, and lightly
along the bottom outside edge, 8 x 12 1/2
in., announcing the birth of the future King
of France, Charles X (1757-1836), with an
engraved portrait of Louis X.
Margarete Koehler-Bittkow (German/
American, 1898-1964)
Head. Signed “Koehler-Bittkow.” in pencil
l.r. Woodcut on paper, image size 6 x 7 7/8
in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of
Brass and Tin Bouillotte Lamp, ht. 24 1/2,
dia. 15 in.
Martin Meyer-Pyritz (German, 1870-1942)
Standing Figure Dressed as a Pensive
Clown, possibly from an opera, brown and
dark brown patina, set atop a circular raised
marble plinth, inscribed signature, overall ht.
11 3/4 in.
Collection of Vintage and Antique Book
Auction Catalogs, sellers include C.F. Libbie
& Co., Bernard Quaritch Limited, Charles P.
Everitt, R.H. Russell, Van-Cleland Ltd., Samuel
T. Freeman & Co., Estes & Lauriat, and
Chicago Book & Art Auctions, among others.
Heriz Carpet, Northwest Persia, late 19th
century, (areas of wear, end fraying), 9 ft. 1 in.
x 6 ft. 1 in.
Slumped Glass and Gold-plated Clock by
Dimensional Design, ht. 11 1/2 in.
Pair of French Carved Walnut Empire
Chairs, 19th century, the concave cresting
and splat with carved foliate and shell
elements on a needlepoint-upholstered slip
seat, raised on octagonal columnar front legs
and raking rear legs, (damage), ht. 34 1/4, wd.
18 1/4, dp. 20 in.
Framed Hand-colored Engraving This View
of H.M. Steam Frigate “Geyser,” when off
Mt. Edgecombe, depicting a ship at sea in
rough waters, with specifics on the ship listed
below the image, (severe foxing, overall toning,
possible mildew staining), plate size 15 3/4 x
23 5/8 in., framed (under glass).
Royal Doulton Sung Ware Flambe Vase,
England, 20th century, artist signed “Noke”
and “F. Allen,” printed factory mark, ht. 8 3/8
Group of Oceanic and African Items,
including a boomerang with a kangaroo
depiction, stamped on reverse “Made by
Australian Aboriginals,” miscellaneous spears
and other weapons, and a trunk.
Four Colorless Cut Glass Bowls, including
a strawberry diamond and fan bowl, ht. to 4,
dia. to 9 1/4 in.
John Grillo (American, b. 1917)
Nude, 1979. Signed and dated in pencil l.r.,
labeled “Artist’s Proof 7/9” l.l. Lithograph,
image size 23 1/2 x 17 3/4 in., framed.
Condition: Not examined out of frame.
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Francis Luis Mora (American, 1874-1940)
The Auction. Signed within the matrix, titled
in pencil l.l. Lithograph on paper, image
size 9 7/8 x 12 7/8 in., framed. Condition:
Unpressed creases (some affecting the
image), not examined out of frame.
Louis XIV-style Frame, carved, gilded, and
antiqued wood, rabbet size 18 3/8 x 23 3/8
in., (splits at the corners).
Mahogany Tall Clock, 20th century, fret-top
case with freestanding fluted columns flanking
the hood door, rectangular waist door with fan
and floral inlay, scroll inlaid base panel, all on
ogee feet, composite brass dial with moon’s
age in arch, weight-powered, eight-day, time
and strike movement, pendulum and two
brass-cased weights, ht. 88 in.
Two Modern Czech Prints, a woodcut of an
artist painting a reclining nude, inscribed in
pencil l.c., possibly “Zd. Sigmund 1962,” and
an op art piece titled and numbered “10/50”
in Czech l.l., signed illegibly and dated “1990”
in pencil l.r., sheet sizes to 32 x 21 1/2 in., in
poster frames.
Classical-style Mahogany Double-pedestal
Dining Table, the rectangular top raised on
two pedestals with baluster-form shafts and
tripod bases of scrolled legs, accompanied
by table pads and leaves, ht. 29, wd. 78, dp.
48 in.
Four Asian Ceramic Items, two dragon-
accented Satsuma pieces, an ewer and a
covered jar, the ewer with coiled dragon
forming the spout and handle, and two small
painted dishes, (imperfections).
Set of Eight Emerald Wineglasses, 20th
century, the faceted cups on baluster-form
stems, ht. 5 in.
Earlom, Richard (1743-1822), After Claude
le Lorrain (1600-1682), later facsimile, not
from 1775, number 111 from Lorrain’s Liber
Veritatis, printed in sepia ink, matted and
Collection of Decorative Glass and
Porcelain Tableware, a large group of
assembled gilt-rimmed white china, including
Haviland/Limoges and Noritake, an emerald
green glass chalice with colorless glass stem,
and three silver-plated serving trays.
Mid-century Modern Oak and Vinyl
Headboard, mid-20th century, with two tufted
black vinyl panels flanking a central drop-front
panel, ht. 41 1/4, wd. 82 in.
Federal Gilt-gesso Eglomise Mirror,
America, early 19th century, the molded
cornice with carved and applied flowers and
sphere drop-finials, over an eglomise tablet
depicting a town scene, flanked by fluted
columns with foliate-carved capitals, (loss), lg.
36, wd. 21 in.
Late 19th Century Wool Naval Cap, with
brass United States Navy buttons.
Pair of Hand-painted Floral-decorated Pink
Ceramic Mintons Vases, with gilt rims and
feet, painted purple and white flowers to the
bodies, one with underglaze factory mark to
base, ht. 7 1/8 in.
Celadon Vase, Asia, 20th century, with four
small ear-shaped handles, carved wooden
stand, and colorless glass vase insert, ht. 10
1/4 in.
Yomud Small Rug, West Turkestan, late
19th/early 20th century, (minor moth damage,
reovercast), 3 ft. 10 in. x 2 ft. 10 in.
Collection of Penknives and Fountain Pens,
including Meader, Visava, Iridium, Cross,
Welsh, and Parker pens.
Bronze Depiction of Miss Dorothea Baird,
c. 1895, modeled posed playing the lead role
in Herbert Beerbohm Tree’s stage play Trilby,
brown patination and with a titled plaque to
the base, mounted atop a circular marble
plinth, overall ht. 11 3/4 in.
Venetian Beveled Glass Mirror, the scrolled
cresting over an octagonal beveled glass
mirror with applied rosettes, lg. 49, wd. 32 in.
Brass Column on Marble Base, 19th
century, the sphere raised on a scrolled capital
and square tapering column, resting on a
marble base, ht. 23 1/2, wd. 5 3/4, dp. 5 1/2
Set of Five Rococo Revival Carved
Mahogany Side Chairs, mid-19th century,
the back and splat comprised of carved
and pierced cyma-scrolls, on a velvet
overupholstered serpentine seat and cabriole
legs, (repair), ht. 39, wd. 18, dp. 20 in.
Nine Pieces of Royal Doulton and
Wedgwood Ceramics, two Royal Doulton
collectible figures, A Gentleman from
Williamsburg HN 2227 and Clarissa HN 2345,
and seven pieces of Wedgwood: two small
jasper desk trays, a black jasper paperweight,
two small green jasper lidded boxes, a
reproduction American Heritage bowl for the
Metropolitan Museum of Art commemorating
the independence of the United States, and a
round Medici platter.
Four Pieces of Mostly European Porcelain,
including a Napoleonic plate depicting the
“Bataille d’Jena,” Capo di Monte crowned “N”
mark to reverse, a Chinese export lidded box,
a perfume, and an inkwell.
Pair of English Whieldon-type Staffordshire
Octagonal Pottery Plates, with recessed
centers and mottled brown glaze, dia. 8 7/8
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Brass-mounted Desk Set, the brass-
mounted walnut veneer and lacquered base
housing two colorless glass inkwells and a
brass-mounted document box, ht. 7 3/4, wd.
12 1/4, dp. 9 1/4 in.
Queen Anne-style Carved and Inlaid
Mahogany Three-drawer Chest on Frame,
ht. 43 1/4, wd. 36, dp. 21 in.
Bronze Sculpture of a Knight on
Horseback, 20th century, unsigned, likely
Continental, (damage to reins and harness),
ht. 13 1/2, lg. 12 1/2 in.
Three Vintage Boxed Bar Tool Toters,
National Silver Company, “Hombre,” “Jeeves,”
and “Firewater.”
Loudon, John Claudius (1783-1843), An
Encyclopaedia of Gardening..., London:
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green,
[1827], fifth edition, in two volumes, three-
quarter calf, 8vo, (bumped and chipped,
hinges starting, Vol. II possibly lacking
preliminaries, endpapers soiled, scattered
spotting and pencil marginalia).
Anne Lovett (American, b. 1953)
Five Photographs: Untitled Studies of the
Palm of a Hand, 1995. Unsigned on the
recto. Gelatin silver prints, image sizes 4 1/4
x 3 1/4 in., framed. Condition: Unmounted,
crimping and dents around edges of sheets,
not examined out of frames.
American School, 19th/20th Century
Four Vernacular Photographs: Embalming
School Group Portrait, Hazelton,
Pennsylvania, 1887, albumen silver print;
Butchers with Dressed Cows, Leominster,
Massachusetts, 1911, gelatin silver print; Bar
with Early Cash Register and Stoneware
Beer Cooler, Possibly Upstate New York, c.
1920, gelatin silver print; Mar-Main Pharmacy
Storefront and Delivery Car, South Bend,
Indiana, c. 1940, gelatin silver print. Sight
sizes to 7 3/8 x 9 1/2 in., framed. Condition:
Mounted, some fading, not examined out of
Textile, Persia, 18th century, needlework with
repeated diagonal designs, 24 x 17 1/2 in.
Classical Mahogany Upholstered Sofa,
America, 19th century, a scrolled cresting and
arms on a carved ropetwist frame, with floral
upholstery, supported on downswept legs
and brass paw casters, ht. 29 1/2, wd. 88,
dp. 28 in.
Royal Doulton Flambe Bottle Vase, with
overall mottled red glaze, impressed “6951”
to base, printed mark reading “Royal Doulton
Flambe,” ht. 8 in.
American School, 20th Century
Advertising Poster: Mummenschanz is not
part of the King Tut exhibit! Unsigned, with
information from the Bijou Theatre (New York)
l.c. Color lithograph on paper, 81 1/2 x 41 1/2
in., joined, unmatted, unframed. Condition:
Creases, scattered abrasions, sheet is in two
separate sections, joined and mounted to a
linen support.
Bronze Figural Ashtray Cast as Pierrot,
France, 19th century, the clown modeled
seated with an oval bowl between his legs,
his arms supporting a match holder above his
head, ht. 8 3/8 in.
Hamadan Rug, Northwest Persia, early
20th century, (wear throughout, missing
approximately one inch at bottom), 6 ft. 6 in.
x 3 ft. 3 in.
Set of Eight Meissen Green and White
Floral-decorated Gilt-rimmed Nut Dishes,
underglaze blue crossed swords mark to
bases, lg. 3 1/4 in.
Three Metal-mounted Personal and
Decorative Objects, a coin-inset silver
toddy ladle with twisted baleen handle, an
English sterling-mounted page turner with full
hallmarks to genre-scene-decorated handle,
and a Tiffany & Co. sterling silver-lidded cut
glass perfume.
Jan van Leeuwen (Dutch, b. 1932)
Triptych #2, The Last Supper, c. 1995.
Unsigned on the recto. Van Dyke Brown
prints, sight sizes to 18 7/8 x 15 1/8 in.,
framed. Condition: Not examined out of
Polychrome Painted Wooden Religious
Carving of the Holy Family, likely Spain,
with Joseph and Mary standing on either
side of the Christ child, and two angels flying
overhead carrying a crown emitting rays of
light, ht. 6 1/4, wd. 5 1/2, dp. 2 1/2 in.
Six Chinese Hanging Scrolls, late 20th
century, a landscape, ink and colors on paper;
a pair of panda bears with bamboo, ink on
paper; a still life with grapes, ink and color on
paper; a still life with a plant, ink and light color
on paper; flowers, ink and color on paper; and
a lotus flowers with a bird, ink and color on
silk, various sizes.
Sanggam Celadon Bowl, Korea, the interior
with stylized floral motifs interspersed with ruyi
mushrooms, cranes, and clouds in sections
divided by a double or triple rings, the exterior
decorated with four floral designs between
two double rings, glaze uneven, allover
craquelure, dia. 7 3/8 in.
Thirteen Assorted Items, China, a cloisonné
and glass ashtray, dia. 3 3/4, a miniature
hardstone and silver censer with cover, dia. 2,
a miniature glass and silver censer with cover,
dia. 1 3/4, a cylindrical silver covered box with
dragon decoration, ht. 2 5/8, an enameled
fish, lg. 3 1/4, a glass snuff bottle painted with
pandas, ht. 3, a fish- and lotus-form snuff
bottle, ht. 3 5/8, an elliptic cylindrical covered
silver box with auspicious emblems, ht. 2 7/8,
an oval celadon-color stone plaque carved
with dragons, lg. 1 3/4, a miniature gilt-metal
and inlaid snuff bottle, lg. 1 1/2, a silver-
mounted circular green glass plaque with
butterfly motifs, dia. 2 1/8, a silvered-metal
rectangular covered box with a foo dog finial,
ht. 4 5/8, and an oval green stone carving of
Budai with lingzhi, lg. 3 1/2 in., all silver pieces
with mark on base.
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Three Folding Fan Paintings, China, a
landscape, inscribed with a seal, ink and color
on paper; a calligraphic work on paper; and
a modern landscape, inscribed with a seal,
ink and color on paper, with bamboo ribs and
rivet, lg. to 10 1/8 in.
Japanese Scroll, depicting numerous tigers,
lg. approx. 15 ft.
Gilt-bronze Censer, China, alms bowl form,
with six-character mark on base, dia. 7 1/2,
ht. 3 1/4 in.
Stone Carving, China, depicting several
writhing chilong, cream stone with russet
inclusions, lg. 4 1/4 in.
Sancai Pottery Figure of a Scholar, China,
standing on a round podium, both hands
resting on his chest, ht. 29 3/4 in.
Japanese Scroll Depicting Children Playing
in a Square.
Two Chinese Paintings, a hanging scroll
depicting a piece of fruit, in the manner of
Bada Shauren (1626-1705), inscribed with a
seal, ink on paper, painting 16 x 11 3/8; and a
fan painting, in the manner of Huang Binghong
(1865-1955), inscribed with a seal, ink and
light color on paper, glued to paper backing,
painting 8 3/4 x 20 in.
Three Chinese Decorative Porcelain Items,
a wucai jar decorated with scrolling florals, a
green glazed vase with elongated neck and
dragon-form lug (one missing); and a shallow
cream glazed dish with red and green floral
decoration, ht. to 5 3/4 in.
Six Japanese Ceramic Items, three blue and
white sake cups, tubular; a blue and white
ribbed dish; an enameled dish with crackling;
and a lozenge-shaped Imari dish, dia. to 6
1/2 in.
Platform (Ta), China, 19th/20th century,
hardwood, the two-board top panel set in
a curved-edge frame, straight waist, curved
apron, humpback stretchers with struts (most
now missing), square beaded legs ending in
inverted hoof feet, lg. 78 1/2, wd. 31 1/2, ht.
21 in.
Figure of Shoulao, China, carved hardstone,
the beige stone flecked with dark red,
depicting the Daoist god of luck holding a
dragon-headed staff, a scroll in his other hand
and a ram at his feet, ht. 8 1/2 in.
Porcelain Charger, China, the interior and
exterior decorated with a flowering and fruiting
peach tree with red bats, dia. 19 in.
Hanging Scroll Depicting a Landscape,
China, 20th century, in the manner of Feng
Zikai, ink and color on paper, two figures at
leisure in a lakeside pavilion, with two horses
tethered beneath a willow tree, inscribed,
signed, and with one seal, 17 3/4 x 11 in.
Two Buddhist Canopies, China, one with
a central brown silk dragon brocade, the
multicolored pleated sides with Tibetan
sutras, 30 x 30, and one with a central blue
silk brocade woven with a roundel depicting
dragons and auspicious emblems, 38 x 38 in.
Pair of 19th Century Rose Medallion Bottle
Vases, China, with floral and figural decoration
and gilt mythical beast handles, ht. 8 3/4 in.
Nine Chinese Snuff Bottles and Mud
Figures, four snuff bottles: one blue and white
Peking glass, one light blue Peking glass, one
green and white hardstone, and one carved
ivory; and five mud figures: three ducks, a
rooster, and a man in repose with a rabbit.
Three Brass and Bronze Vajra, 19th/20th
century, India or Tibet, of typical form, with
pointed ends and knopped centers, lg. 4 1/2
to 6 in.
Chinese Carved Jade Foo Lion, depicting
a lion crouched down with head turned back,
the stone mottled light green at the base of
the figure to brownish red along the lion’s head
and back, lg. 4, ht. 1 1/2 in.
Abstract Drip Painting, China, 1995, in
the manner of Wu Guanzhong (1919-2010),
signed and dated with two seals, mounted on
a rigid paper board, 10 3/4 x 19 in.
Yoshida Ceramic Censer, Japan, 19th
century, in the shape of a money bag, the
green, purple, and mustard glazes depict
auspicious symbols, the cover surmounted
with a rat, lg. 7 in.
Blue-glazed Tripod Covered Censer, China,
20th century, compressed bulbous body
with everted rim, the cover molded with three
pierced ruyi-heads, finial of convex, “Y”-shape
with ruyi-head terminals, rich cobalt blue glaze
covering the exterior, the recessed, unmarked
base and interior decorated with pale celadon
glaze, dia. 6 in.
Camphor Wood Table Cabinet, China, 20th
century, zhangmu, the sides, top, and two
doors carved with bamboo motif, the doors
open to five drawers each with brass pulls,
bottom of fifth drawer stamped “Yi yuan feng
zhang mu xiang xia,” lg. 18 1/4, wd. 14, ht.
14 1/4 in.
Three Pieces of Japanese Porcelain,
a floriform bowl with enameled dragon
decoration, a floral-decorated bowl with
applied dragon to rim (imperfections), and
a covered Kutani jar with feet in the form of
crouched figures supporting the body of the
jar on their shoulders.
Two Japanese Imari Porcelain Chargers,
one in a typical red and blue palette, with
panels of floral and foliate decoration around
a blue and white foliate center field, the other
with two birds surrounded by brightly colored
flowers on a blue and yellow ground, dia. to
12 in.
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Neolithic-style Pottery Jar, China,
compressed globular shape, the neck flanked
by two loop handles, painted in red and black
with circular decoration, ht. 4 3/4 in.
Shagreen Inro, Japan, 19th/20th century, of
flattened curved rectangular form, with a pink
stone ojime, ht. 6 3/4 in.
Hindu Tantric Painting on Silk, depicting a
variety of gods, demons, and demigods in a
fanciful landscape and surrounded by flames
and clouds, framed dimensions 33 x 49 1/2 in.
Pair of Japanese Kutani Vases, 19th/20th
century, decorated with birds and floral sprigs,
ht. to 9 1/4 in.
Japanese Porcelain Tea Set, 20th century,
decorated with a crane and bamboo motif,
including teapots, plates, cups and saucers,
creamers and sugar bowls, approx. 47 pieces
total, ht. to 8 in.
Group of Chinese Rose Medallion Teapots
and Decorative Items, early 20th century,
two teapots, two covered sugar bowls, two
creamers and three dishes, ht. to 5 3/4 in.
Three Chinese Famille Rose Footed Bowls,
early 20th century, dia. to 6 in.
Group of Chinese Metal and Cloisonné
Items, 19th/20th century, including two
Canton enameled plates and a cloisonné box,
dia. of plates to 9 in.
Group of Chinese Carved Stone Animals
and Figures, various hard stones including
rose quartz and agate, and a large carved
stone seal, ht. to 3 7/8 in.
Two Chinese Porcelain Vases, 20th century,
one famille verte decorated with an official
being given tributes, double ring mark on
base, the other decorated with an overall pale
off-white crackled glaze, six-character Xuande
mark on base, ht. to 12 1/2 in.
Chinese Bronze Temple Bell and Coin,
19th/20th century, coin dia. 6 3/4, bell ht. 4
3/4 in.
Group of Chinese and Japanese Prints
and Paintings on Paper and Silk, 19th/20th
century, ten woodblock prints by artists
including Toyokuni, Kuniyoshi and Kunisada,
four Chinese paintings, six folders of
painted silk roundels, and several miniature
reproduced woodblock prints.
Four Asian Decorative Boxes, 19th/20th
century, two Chinese carved cinnabar lacquer
boxes, a Chinese carved wood box inlaid with
bone, and an Indian silver box, largest box 10
1/4 x 6 1/8 in.
Chinese Blue and White Covered Jar,
19th/20th century, transferware, ht. 8 1/4 in.
Two Chinese Famille Rose Ginger Jars,
20th century, one with floral decoration, the
other depicting court scenes, ht. to 9 in.
Four Japanese Imari Pieces, 19th/20th
century, two plates, a lobed charger, and a
covered chamber pot, pot 8 x 9 in.
Pair of Japanese Imari Vases, 20th century,
decorated with butterflies and flowers, ht. 8
1/4 in.
Pair of Japanese Export Tall Vases,
19th/20th century, each depicting a bird on a
wisteria branch, on wood stands, vase ht. 12
3/4 in.
Chinese Pottery Figure of Manjusri, 20th
century, depicted riding a Buddhist lion, ht. 8
3/4 in.
Chinese Porcelain Erotic Figure, 19th
century, 3 x 4 5/8 in.
Chinese Blue and White Double Gourd
Vase, 20th century, decorated with landscape
scenes, ht. 7 1/2 in.
Chinese Porcelain Teapot, in the form of a
peach, with branch handle and spout, ht. 6
1/8 in.
Chinese Famille Noire Vase, 19th/20th
century, six-character Chenghua mark on
base, ht. 9 1/4 in.
Chinese Hardstone Carving of a Phoenix,
mounted as a vase, ht. 15 1/2 in.
Chinese Hardstone Belt Hook, mounted as
a mirror, encased in metal with inlaid stones,
lg. 8 in.
Chinese Rose Quartz Pendant, carved in the
form of a gourd and a peach, lg. 2 3/8 in.
Chinese Mixed Metal Teapot, 20th century,
decorated with dragon motifs, ht. 7 1/2 in.
Two Chinese Yixing Pottery Teapots,
19th/20th century, one in the form of a peach,
the other decorated with bamboo motifs, ht.
to 5 in.
Pair of Chinese Iron Stirrups, 19th/20th
century, decorated with dragon motifs, ht. 6
3/8 in.
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Pair of Chinese Famille Rose Dishes and
a Cup and Saucer, early 20th century, the
dishes decorated with butterflies and gourds,
the cup with a floral motif, four-character
Qianlong mark on base of dishes and lid of
cup, dia. to 7 1/8 in.
Pair of Chinese Red Resin Figures, 20th
century, carved to depict two of the Eight
Daoist Immortals, ht. to 13 3/4 in.
Chinese Silk Embroidery Tray, 19th/20th
century, with carved wood frame, 20 x 9 1/2
Small Figural Metal and Ceramic Sculpture
of a Kitten and a Mouse in an Old Shoe,
the cast metal kitten shown climbing over
the back of the ceramic shoe, with a small
mouse’s head peeking out of a hole in the toe,
(chips, imperfections), ht. 3 3/8, lg. 6 in.
Two Italian Language Framed Maps, a
map of Australia, Oceania ossia Australia,
Polinesia e Malesia, and a map of Europe,
Impero Russo in Europa, Asia, ed America,
both published by Stabilmento Civelli in Milan,
framed dimensions to 18 1/2 x 22 in.
Seven Military Objects, c. 19th/20th century,
a pistol with inlaid wooden stock, miquelet
lock, a German prismatic compass, a folding
brass viewing scope marked GERMANY,
three musket balls, a small inert German
mortar round marked 4.5 mod.39 on one of
the fins, a WWII USAAF survival machete with
leather scabbard marked GOLDSEAL/1944/
SYDNEY with a broad arrow and H.B., and
a minor surgery instrument kit with all of the
instruments and a package of silk sutures.
Continental Turned Walnut Prie Dieu,
rectangular top over one long drawer and
three short drawers flanked by four turned
balusters on a rectangular base with hinged
lower compartment, ht. 33, wd. 24 1/2, dp.
23 in.
Collection of Mostly Waterford Crystal
Stemware, including two sets of eight wines
and six champagnes, all marked together with
a Lalique 1970 peacock plate, an unmarked
round lidded box, and a Waterford stoppered
Jacobean-style Oak Table and Seven
Chairs, the chairs with floral upholstery on
backs and seats on molded square legs and
stretcher base, (imperfections), ht. to 36 3/4,
wd. to 71 3/4, dp. 38 1/4 in.
Folk Art Whirligig of a Nude Woman
Holding Feather Fans, signed and dated
“James Warren ‘87” to the bottoms of her
feet, with stand, figure alone ht. 24, with arm
raised ht. 38 1/4 in.
Russian “Hermes Rocket” Cased
Typewriter, 20th century, with Cyrillic
keyboard, in orange plastic case, cased
dimensions 12 x 11 x 3 in.
After Adolf Schreyer (German, 1828-1899)
Abandoned. Unsigned. Oil on artist board,
12 x 22 in., framed. Condition: Losses,
N.B. A mirror-image engraving of the same
subject accompanies the lot.
Eleven Pieces of Cut and Colorless Glass,
including a rectangular tray, two oval bowls,
a Royal Doulton compote, two basket-form
dishes, a trumpet vase, and a small elephant
figure, ht. to 9 1/2 in.
Twelve Assorted African Carvings and
Tourist Items, including three masks, two
busts, a letter opener, and contemporary
sculptures, mostly for the tourist and
decorative market.
Four Framed Works:
Axel H. Haig (Swedish, 1835-1921), The
Portals of Reims Cathedral; Hedley Fitton
(British, 1859-1929), Rosslyn Chapel and
Church Interior; and a view of a rose window,
engravings on paper, framed dimensions to 37
1/2 x 27 1/4 in.
Framed Cloth Printed with a Historical
Map of London, after the David Rumsey
1832 map of London and its Environs, framed
dimensions 36 x 37 in.
Two Small European Decorative Items, a
miniature Royal Vienna porcelain portrait vase
and a Continental 14kt gold-mounted and
tortoiseshell box with gold and silver foliate
inlays, marked to inside of lid, possibly French,
(losses), ht. to 3 1/2 in.
Three Wooden Items, a tape loom with
notched turning wheels, an inlaid divided
knife box, and a small carved model of a
stagecoach with three horses, (imperfections),
lg. to 17 in.
Shirvan Rug, Senneh Rug, and a Hamadan
Bagface, East Caucasus/Northwest Persia,
late 19th/early 20th century, the shirvan 4 ft.
4 in. x 4 ft., the senneh 6 ft. 7 in. x 4 ft. 5 in.,
the hamadan 1 ft. 9 in. x 1 ft. 10 in., (wear
throughout on all three including tears and
Two Decorative Art Deco Pottery Pieces,
a Lemenceau figural group of two running
greyhounds, impressed mark to one side of
base, lg. 17 1/4, ht. 6 1/2, and a Leon Leyritz
Commedia dell’Arte porcelain figural group
of Pierrot kneeling at the Courtesan’s feet,
impressed “L. LEYRITZ,” blue underglaze
marks to base, lg. 10, ht. 8 in.
Three Pieces of Modern Art Pottery, a David
Roth box with moonscape lid, 1976, signed
and dated to base, a small unmarked white
bowl, and a crystalline-glazed turquoise Narkin
vase, 1988, signed and dated to base, ht. to
6 3/4 in.
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Collection of Mostly Ceramic and Glass
Roosters, makers include Royal Crown
Derby, Herend, Limoges, Baccarat, and Royal
Small Group of Blue and Brown
Transferware, approx. sixteen pieces,
including a pair of Staffordshire blue and white
Plymouth commemorative plates, a brown
and white covered sugar, a tray, a single tile,
two teapots, and a serving dish.
Three Miscellaneous Pieces of Furniture,
a spool-turned corner chair with woven rush
seat, a walnut Renaissance Revival side chair
with scrolled foliate-carved cresting and turned
legs, and a Rococo-style walnut center table
with pierced and carved base, ht. to 39 in.
Five Portrait Miniatures and a Pair of
Miniature Framed Classical Scenes, the
miniatures set in assorted gilt metal and
bone frames, including a figure of a crowned
woman signed “Volney” and a portrait of
a woman with a blue ribbon collar signed
“Sorrey,” framed dimensions to 5 1/2 x 4 1/2
Wheel-etched Two-handled Covered
Colorless Glass Jar, with etched floral and
foliate swags to the body and a floral band to
lid, with faceted finial and handles, overall ht.
9 in.
Thirty-three Pieces of Waterford and Stuart
Colorless Crystal Stemware, (imperfections),
including eight 8-in. flutes, ten 6 1/4-in. wines,
and fifteen cordials.
Fifteen Edna Hibel Collectible Plates,
four Oriental Gold: “Yasuko,” “Mr. Obata,”
“Sakura,” and “Michio”; two Flower Girl plates,
“Lily” and “Iris”; four Nobility of Children: “La
Contessa Isabella,” “Chief Red Feather,” “Le
Marquis Maurice Pierre,” and “Baronesse
Johanna-Maryke Van Volendam Tot Marken”;
two Mother’s Day: 1984 and 1986; a Flower
Girl of Provence charger, and two smaller
plates, most with original leatherette cases
and certificates of authenticity.
Nine Austrian Art Glass Vases, including one
silver overlay, a green glass vase with applied
metal dragonflies to rim, a pair of opalescent
green and violet glass vases with gilt floral
decoration, an iridescent vase with geometric
metal casing to rim, and a pair of purple and
blue swirled iridescent vases, ht. to 13 in.
Senneh Kilim, Northwest Persia, early 20th
century, (missing portion of outermost border
at top, minor edge curling at one end), 4 ft. 9
in. x 3 ft. 5 in.
Group of Assorted Items, a carved and
floral-painted French-style bed, a Rococo-
style mirror with carved foliate cresting
centering a painted cartouche, bordering
twelve mirror panes, an abacus-form lamp,
and a marble pedestal.
Large Collection of Russian Lacquerware,
mostly boxes and eggs, many signed in
Cyrillic, depicting landscapes and folk and fairy
Clifton Johnson (American, 1865-1940)
Headed Home at Dusk. Signed “Clifton
Johnson” l.l. Watercolor (en grisaille) on
paperboard, sheet size 14 x 20 in., unframed.
Two Etchings of Yale University in a “Yale
Fence” Frame, one with a small marginalia
sketch of a Yale pennant, both monogrammed
“PS,” frame made from fenceposts, bottom
piece of frame impressed “Yale Fence,” sight
sizes 6 3/4 x 9 1/2, framed dimensions 15 1/2
x 29 in.
Two Pairs of Brass Candlesticks, Europe,
19th century, one pair with faceted balls and
stepped cones on a canted square base,
the other with floriform platform and shaped
hexagonal bases, ht. to 10 in.
Two Salesman Sample Hats and
Accompanying Boxes, a Stetson Hats oval
tin and cowboy hat and a Dobbs ovoid paper
box with stenciled horse and carriage design
and a felt hat, ht. to 3 in.
Approximately Twenty-nine Pieces of
Mostly Gilt Glass Stemware, including a set
of ten champagnes, assorted goblets, a set
of four cordials, and a stoppered bottle, ht. to
8 1/2 in.
Toleware Coal Scuttle, with painted floral
decoration, raised on cast metal figural and
paw feet, with two cast metal handles, ht. 23
1/2 in.
Pair of Chinese Ceramic Vase-form Lamps,
on carved wooden bases, with genre scene
decoration, drilled and electrified, ht. approx.
23 in., with cloth shades.
Kuba Rug, Northeast Caucasus, late 19th
century, (wear throughout), 5 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft. 5
Approximately Twenty-two Pieces of
Imari-palette English Ceramics, including
two square plates, a set of graduated shallow
serving dishes, a pair of teacups and saucers,
a set of six “Imperial Stone China” bowls, and
a footed serving dish.
Approximately Twenty-two Pieces of
Etched Colorless Glass, including a set of
eight small footed bowls and two matching
larger bowls, seven individual salts, a pair of
scalloped dishes, a stoppered cruet, and two
stoppered decanters.
Four Framed Landscape and
Topographical Prints, “View of Dover N.H.,”
“Saco and Biddeford ME,” “The Lake of
Brienz,” and “Dartmouth College,” (damage,
punctures, significant toning and staining).
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Three Ceramic and Stone Decorative
Items, a pietra dura obelisk, a Royal Doulton
Kingsware flask (lacking stopper), and a
French transfer-decorated plate depicting the
Princess Poniatowski learning of the death of
her husband.
Large Art Nouveau-style Ceramic Vase,
with applied leaf and berry decoration,
branch-form handles, pink triangle to base
with impressed numbers “5422” and “21,” ht.
18 in.
Carved Wooden Architectural Panel of a
Griffin, the rectangular panel carved in relief,
the griffin’s tail coiling around foliate elements,
with a small oval sticker to the back from the
Fogg Art Museum, lg. 16 1/2, wd. 7, dp. 1
1/4 in.
Kerman Rug, Southeast Persia, second
quarter 20th century, (evenly worn at center,
wear throughout), 6 ft. x 4 ft. 3 in.
George III Mahogany Veneer Tea Caddy,
with inlaid seashell motifs to lid and front, two
divided interior compartments with loose lids,
locks with key, ht. 4 3/4, lg. 7 1/2, wd. 4 1/2
Capo di Monte Porcelain Figural Group,
of a woman seated on the back of a mule
being guided by a young boy, with a courting
gentleman handing her a flower, on a
rectangular base, (imperfections), ht. 11 3/4,
lg. 9 1/2, dp. 4 in.
Russian School, 20th Century
Sleigh Ride Through the Woods, 1982.
Monogrammed and dated l.l. Watercolor on
paper, sight size 7 x 8 3/4 in., matted and
framed. Condition: Not examined out of
Three Sculptures, a Fabrication Francaise
after Luca Madrassi (Italian, 1848-1919)
cast metal figure La Pêche, of a woman
standing wrapped in a fishing net, with incised
signature, title plaque, and foundry marks all to
the base, on marble pedestal, ht. 16; a parian
figure after Michelangelo of a horned Moses
seated holding the Ten Commandments, ht.
10; and a Wedgwood Carrara portrait bust of
Sir Walter Scott after E.W. Wyon, impressed
“E.W.WYON. F.” and “SCOTT” to back of
shoulders, (imperfections, cracks to base), ht.
15 in.
Mahogany and Ebonized Thirty-one-day
Wall Clock, 20th century, the scroll-neck
case above the stop-fluted incised columns,
full-length glazed door, brass and enameled
Roman numeral dial reading 31 Day, with
key-wind, thirty-one-day, time and strike
movement, ht. 43 in.
Three Wicker Fishing Creels and Two
Vintage Leather-trimmed Canvas Fishing/
Hunting Bags.
American School, 19th Century
Chickens in a Barn. Signed and dated “M.E.
Slayton. 1880” l.r. Oil on canvas, 14 x 18 in.,
framed. Condition: Surface grime.
Five Framed Eastern European and Czech
Works on Paper, two city views, two figural
groups, and a pastoral landscape, framed
dimensions to 18 x 24 1/2 in.
Page from The Illustrated London News,
London, September 11, 1880, a matted page
with story and illustration “The (Ned) Kelly
Gang in Australia.”
Thirty-three Mostly Late 1980s/Early 1990s
Comic Books, including Daredevil, Captain
America, Zorro, Action, Punisher, Wolverine,
X-Men, The Demon, Transformers, Detective,
Avengers, Spider-man, Batman, a 1950 Topix
Man of Peace and a Topix Joan of Arc, and
a c. 1958 Federal Reserve Bank The Story of
Mahogany Tall Clock, c. 1977, fret-top case
with freestanding fluted columns flanking the
dial door, rectangular waist door, floral-inlaid
base panel, all on ogee feet, pierced brass
hands, painted iron dial with subsidiary
seconds and date dials, bird in the arch, fan
corner spandrels, marked in part Dundee,
brass, eight-day, time and strike movement
powered by two iron weights and regulated by
a pendulum, ht. 92 in.
Northern European Paint-decorated
Cupboard, 19th century, the case with a
floral-painted paneled door opening to a
shelved interior, raised on a bracket base, ht.
74 1/2, wd. 45 3/4, dp. 18 3/4 in.
Two Miniature American Clocks, both with
lever escapement, time-only movements,
a mahogany tall clock with 2-in. gold-tone
Arabic dial, broken arch top and raised panel
base, ht. 12; and a New Haven banjo, 3 1/2-
in. porcelain dial, Mount Vernon lower glass
and cast brass eagle finial, ht. 18 in.
Ormolu and White Marble Boudoir Clock,
France, c. 1890, bead and floral ormolu-
decorated case topped by two doves, paste
stone-encrusted bezel over the 2-in. porcelain
dial, pierced brass hands, eight-day time-only
movement with platform escapement, (lacking
glass), ht. 6 1/2 in.
Eva Odlivak (American, 1919-2013)
Portrait of a Boy in a Yellow Shirt. Signed
u.l., inscribed on the stretcher. Oil on canvas,
sight size 23 1/4 x 21 1/4 in., framed.
Condition: Surface grime, craquelure,
William IV Calamander Coffin-form
Tea Caddy, with mother-of-pearl-inlaid
escutcheon, brass mounts, divided interior
lidded compartments, two small handles
(damaged), accompanied by two brass pulls,
ht. 6 5/8, lg. 8 7/8 not including handles, wd.
5 1/2 in.
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Attributed to Pietro Fragiacomo (Italian,
Ship Coming into Port. Signed or inscribed
“P Fragiacomo” l.r. Oil on canvas, 14 1/2 x
22 3/4 in., framed. Condition: Lifting, varnish
inconsistencies, retouch, craquelure, patch
Israeli School, 20th Century
Seven Costume Sketches and Portraits.
Six signed “Stila.” Gouache on paper, framed
dimensions 14 3/8 x 12 1/8 in.
Louis XV-style Painted Gesso and Mirrored
Vitrine, the foliate carved cresting over a case
with applied and gold-painted garlands, on
cabriole legs and scrolled feet, ht. 78 1/4, wd.
32, dp. 17 1/2 in.
Framed A Sainted Devil Movie Poster, by
the Morgan Lithograph Company, sight size
38 1/2 x 24 1/2 in.
Ansonia Cast Iron Mantel Clock, New
York, c. 1890, rectangular black case with 4
1/2-in. gold-tone Arabic numeral dial, eight-
day, time and strike movement with outside
escapement, ht. 10 in.
Kuba “Lesghi” Star Rug, Northeast
Caucasus, dated 1918, (wear throughout,
crude repairs, large patches), 4 ft. 5 in. x 3 ft.
8 in.
Saryk Torba, Tekke Chuval, and an Ersari
Chuval, West Turkestan, late 19th century, the
Saryk, (moth damage), 1 ft. 4 in. x 3 ft. 3 in.,
the Tekke, (very minor moth damage), 2 ft. 8
in. x 4 ft. 5 in., and the Ersari, (gouge, crude
repairs), 3 ft. x 5 ft.
Provenance: Estate of Grover Schiltz.
French White Faience Two-piece Plate
Warmer and a Pair of Staffordshire
Greyhound Whippet Figures, the plate
warmer with flaking glaze, (losses, chips),
the whippets formed as figural pen holders,
(one missing one paw), plate warmer dia. 10,
whippets lg. 6 1/4 in.
Two Ceramic Table Lamps, an oxblood
urn-form lamp with gold-painted wooden
base, and a metal-mounted blue and white
crackle-glazed lamp with enamel and paste
decoration, ht. 25 in.
Reproduction Queen Anne-style High
Chest, ht. 83, wd. 40 1/2, dp. 20 1/4 in.
Black Plastic Joe Columbo Cart, Italy, 20th
century, ht. 29, wd. 17, dp. 16 in.
Pair of French 19th Century Gilt-bronze
Figural Two-light Candlesticks, each
candleholder formed as a winged cherub
on foliate base, holding aloft two foliate
candleholders, (one missing bobeche), ht. 8
1/2 in.
Italian Gilt-bronze Statue on Green
Stone Pedestal, depicting a gentleman in
a feathered helmet and Renaissance-style
costume, possibly a guard, visibly glued to
base, (base with losses to foot), overall ht. 9
3/4 in.
Ten Heddon Punkinseed Fishing Lures,
including Sunfish, Yellow Shore Minnow,
Bluegill, Shad, and Tiny Sunfish.
Pair of Modern Italian Porcelain Tropical
Bird Sculptures, unsigned, one with a “Made
in Italy” sticker on the tail, each perched on
a gold-painted branch with green and white
porcelain leaves, on metal and plastic bases,
overall ht. to 13 in.
Chair Attributed to Greta Magnusson
Grossman (1906-1999), mid-20th century,
the shaped seat and back in coral textured
finish on angular black metal rod base, (seat
back not attached), ht. 27 3/4 in.
English Mahogany Three-tier Dumbwaiter,
19th century, with three graduated and dished
tiers on a tripod base, ht. 48 in.
Seven Pieces of Furniture, a carved oak
mirrored dresser, a set of four carved oak
chairs, an oak armrocker, and a carved
mahogany lady’s writing desk, ht. to 76 in.
Two Pottery Items, 20th century, a framed
three-tile picture depicting brush and flowers,
initialed “JK” within an oval at lower right, and
a vase with mottled design, signed on base
“D. Barker,” ht. to 20 3/4 in.
After Alfred de Marbot (French, 19th
Four Framed Military Scenes: Corps
Royal d’Artillerie - Officier and Matériel,
Garde Impériale - Régiment de Dragons,
and Guides Interprètes de l’Armeé
d’Angleterre. Hand-colored lithographs on
paper, framed dimensions 21 1/2 x 17 1/2 in.
Bruce Dines (American, b. 1927)
Woodcock in Flight. Signed “DINES” l.r.
Watercolor on paper, sight size 6 5/8 x 7 5/8
in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of
Driftwood Table Lamp, c. 1950, ht. 41 in.
Federal-style Cherry Drop-leaf Table,
Winemiller’s Custom-Built Furniture,
Coldwater, Michigan, ht. 28, leaves down wd.
27 1/2, leaves up wd. 70, dp. 44 3/4 in.
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Carved Gilt-gesso Classical-style Mirror,
the cresting and beaded oval frame with
carved scrolled foliage and garlands,
(damage), lg. 67, wd. 28 in.
Mid-century Modern Graphic Table with
Four Wirework Chairs, ht. to 31, wd. to 42,
dp. to 30 in.
Four Walking Sticks and a Tusk Knife,
one bone vertebra, two turned wood, and
a bamboo walking stick with carved masks,
(damage), lg. to 33 3/4 in.
Bokhara and Tekke Small Rugs, Pakistan/
West Turkestan, 20th century, one 4 ft. 6 in. x
3 ft. 3 in., (small hole, moth damage), and one
6 ft. 2 in. x 4 ft. 1 in.
Shasavan Soumak Panel and a Luri Salt
Bag, Northwest and Southwest Persia,
early 20th century, the panel (small areas of
re-soumaking), 2 ft. 1 in. x 3 ft. 3 in., the bag,
(partial reovercasting, soiled areas on reverse),
1 ft. 9 in. x 1 ft. 5 in.
English Mahogany Double-dial Clock,
heavy round mahogany case with a 10-in.
Roman numeral dial on each side, copper
bezels, powered by a quartz movement
attached to the back of each dial, dia. 14 in.
Richard Everett Bishop (American, 1887-
Air Hole. Signed or inscribed in pencil l.r.,
titled in pencil l.l., signed and dated “RICHARD
E. BISHOP ©45” within the plate l.l. Etching
on paper, plate size 11 3/4 x 9 3/4 in., framed.
Condition: Toning, not examined out of frame.
Wedgwood Blue Jasper Dip Jardinière,
England, 19th century, (repair), ht. 7 1/4, dia.
8 in.
Vintage Brandt Manufacturing Company
Countertop Automatic Cashier Change
Machine, Chicago, with embossed detailing
to sides, eleven rows of buttons, and a coin
sorter to the front, lg. 14, ht. 11 in.
Two Brass Shelf Clocks, a 400-day clock
with an enameled Arabic numeral dial marked
4 Jewels under a glass dome; and a quartz
carriage clock marked Howard Miller Dual
Chime, ht. 7 to 12 in.
Heriz Rug, Northwest Persia, mid-20th
century, (portions of outermost border missing
at both ends), 6 ft. 4 in. x 3 ft. 10 in.
Four Woven Silk Commemorative and
Souvenir Ribbons, two World’s Fair ribbons,
“Machinery Hall, Columbian Exposition
Chicago 1893” and “Pan-American Exposition
Buffalo NY 1901,” a Masonic Stevengraph
ribbon honoring Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh
Abbey, with a blindstamp from Thomas
Stevens, Royal Letterpress, Coventry, and a
framed Stevengraph ribbon commemorating
the death of Lord Horatio Nelson with
advertisement to reverse of frame for
Stevengraph woven ribbons, including the
Death of Nelson, (some tears, losses), lg. to
10 5/8 in.
Milo Baughman-style Lounge Chair, mid
to late 20th century, orange upholstery with
tubular chrome legs with sidebar supports,
ht. 24, wd. 26, dp. 25 1/2 in.
After Francisque Joseph Duret (French,
Neapolitan Dancer with Castanets.
Inscribed to the base, also with incised
Delafontaine foundry mark. Bronze with
patinated finish, ht. 17 in.
Five Miscellaneous Pieces of Furniture,
three graduated Franz Seifert walnut
crossbanded tables, a marble-top stand with
banding and a central pendant with mother-of-
pearl inlay, and a glazed teacart, ht. to 32 in.
Group of Modern Figural Wood Carvings,
20th century, including two large carvings:
a hunter and a preacher; and a polychrome
Uncle Sam figure, ht. to 12 in.
Nino Parrucca Fish-decorated Pottery
Vase, Italy, 20th century, the vase with mottled
light blue ground and a brightly colored
swimming fish, signed “Nino Parrucca” near
the foot and “Made in Italy” to the base, ht.
13 1/8 in.
Russian School, 20th Century
Birch-lined Path. Unsigned. Oil on
canvasboard, sight size 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 in.,
Betty Carmell Savenor (American,
20th/21st Century)
Boy with Teddy Bear. Signed “SAVENOR” l.r.
Acrylic on canvas, 38 x 16 1/8 in., unframed.
Condition: Abrasions, possible water
damage, surface grime.
Two Pieces of Cobalt Cut-to-clear Glass,
a tall vase and an oval center bowl, each with
etched flowers and cut button patterns, vase
ht. 16 1/2, bowl ht. 4 1/4, lg. 11 5/8 in.
Thirteen Colorless Glass Cruets and
Decanters, including a French sterling silver-
mounted three-bottle set on wooden tray,
an English sterling silver-lidded ewer, and
decanters with faceted glass stoppers, ht. to
16 in.
Pair of Louis XVI-style Giltwood Side
Chairs, the floral-carved cresting and fluted
stiles joining an upholstered roundel and seat,
on fluted, tapering legs, ht. 38 3/4 in.
Art Deco Metal and Ivory Sculpture of a
Woman Feeding Two Goats, with painted
details to her dress, on marble and stone
base, (damage), lg. 24, ht. 16 1/2 in.
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Eighteen Mostly Carved Wooden Animals,
including a bull, a camel, and fox, ht. to 10 in.
New England Guards Image, c. late 19th
century, photograph of a painting entitled
BOSTON., lg. 18 1/2, ht. 14 in.
Haitian School, 20th Century
Jungle Scene with Wild Animals. Signed
“M. Max” l.c. Oil on canvas, sight size 23
3/4 x 31 3/4 in., framed. Condition: Surface
grime, minor craquelure, scattered abrasions.
Three Pieces of Orange and White
Portuguese Vista Alegre Chinese Export-
type Porcelain, 20th century, a pair of
covered vases with gilt foo lion finials to the
rectangular lids, and an oval center bowl with
scalloped rim, vases ht. 17 3/4 including lids,
bowl ht. 6 1/4, lg. 10 7/8 in.
Mid-century Gudme Rosewood and
Veneered Dining Table with Two Leaves,
Denmark, oblong top over two Y-shape
supports joined by a base stretcher, marked
Gudme Mobelfabrik, ht. 28 5/8, lg. 63, each
leaf 19 3/8, wd. 41 in.
Old Colony Regency-style Walnut Veneer
Dining Room Suite, an ormolu-mounted and
glazed china cabinet, a buffet, and a console
table with recessed-paneled stiles and square
tapering legs, ht. to 79 1/4, wd. to 67, dp. to
18 in., together with an Old Colony furniture
Six Ceramic Figural Bird Sculptures, a
pair of Capo di Monte parrots, a Meissen
parrot, a pair of unmarked swans, and
a Hutschenreuther figural group of two
parakeets, (losses), ht. to 6 3/4 in.
Nine Decorative Items, including an
enameled chalice, a small Indian metal
bowl, an English “Kinco” metal plate, a small
hardstone-set bird, a letter opener, a pair
of hand-form clips, a Brown’s Improved
Patent Universal Family Scale, and a framed
hand-colored engraving “Vue d’un Village de
Six Various Pratt Transfer-printed Plates,
each with medallions depicting genre scene
with gold borders and rims, on a ground of
green, red, pink, or orange, dia. to 9 1/4 in.
Sarouk Rug, West Persia, second quarter
20th century, (reweave in field, missing
main and outermost border at bottom,
approximately 6 in.), 5 ft. 8 in. x 4 ft.
Small Collection of Myott Staffordshire
“Chelsea Bird” Porcelain Dinnerware,
twelve blue-rimmed dishes and nine green
two-handled soup bowls and underplates,
designed by A. Robert, dishes dia. 9 in.
Ten Decorative Majolica and Other Ceramic
Items, a George Morley majolica cream
jug, a small German stoneware stein, three
assorted majolica botanical plates, and five
miscellaneous tiles, including one signed
“A. Benet,” a blue and white Wedgwood tile
depicting the Pilgrim Memorial Monument
in Provincetown, Massachusetts, a pair of
Burroughs & Mountford floral tiles, and a green
Trent tile of a bearded gentleman in relief,
initialed “B” l.l.
Gold-painted Tripartite Dressing Mirror, ht.
73 1/4, wd. 64 in.
Glazed and Carved Oak Two-part
Cupboard, the upper section with molded
cornice and carved lion masks, over two
colored glass glazed and hinged doors, on
a foliate and fan-carved lower section with
two short drawers and two paneled, hinged
cupboard doors, flanked by carved classical
figures and tapering pilasters, on a molded
base, ht. 93 1/2, wd. 47, dp. 21 in.
Splendid Daguerreotype Miniatures 19th
Century Broadside, engraved advertisement
for E.S. Hayden, published by the “American
Office - Print, Waterbury, Connecticut,”
unframed, shrink-wrapped onto foamcore,
(foxing, toning, not examined out of wrap),
sheet size 11 3/4 x 10 in.
Ten Heinrich Villeroy & Boch “The Russian
Fairy Tales” Collectible Plates, Germany,
20th century, depicting scenes from various
folk and fairy tales, each identified on the
reverse, one “Vassilissa The Fair,” five “Maria
Morevna,” three “The Firebird,” and one
“The Snow Maiden,” seven in original boxes,
together with three Bradford Exchange Tianex
“Russian Legends” collectible plates, with
inscriptions to the reverse in Cyrillic.
Two Minton Partial Porcelain Services,
eight “Grandee” teacups and saucers, a
serving platter, and a pair of vegetable dishes,
and eight “Moorland” teacups and saucers,
a serving platter, and a single small serving
Seven Miscellaneous Brass Items, including
a hand-hammered Gorham tray, a teapot and
burner, and a small mirrored box, ht. to 10
1/4, wd. to 9 1/2, dp. to 7 3/4 in.
Collection of Reference Volumes
on Textiles, Clothing, Antiques, and
Collectibles, topics include costume,
tablecloths, linens, accessories, glass,
majolica, cigarette lighters, kitchen collectibles,
Staffordshire, and knives.
Knoll Table, Seagram Collection, designed
by Eero Saarinen, cast metal base with black
fused finish with oval variegated marble top,
ht. 15, dia. 42 in.
Neoclassical-style Mahogany Four-tier
Bookcase, with reeded edges and gold-
painted metal supports, on a plinth base, ht.
64 1/4, wd. 24, dp. 12 in.
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Framed Trapunto Picture of a Nude on
the Beach, signed “FRITTS” l.r., framed
dimensions 34 x 48 in.
Ten Royal Doulton Ceramic Figures, ‘Owd
Willum HN 2042, The Orange Lady HN
1759, The Wardrobe Mistress HN 2145, The
Shepherd HN 1975, Forty Winks HN 1974,
Silks and Ribbons HN 2017, Darling HN 1985,
Golliwog HN 2040, Bo Peep HN 1811, and
Dinky Do HN 1678, ht. to 8 3/4 in.
Reproduction After Pablo Picasso
(Spanish, 1881-1973), plate from PORTRAITS
IMAGINAIRES, 1969, image size 21 3/4 x 15
1/4 in., framed, (prevalent but even toning,
masking tape to verso at upper and lower
Two Framed George Edwards (1694-1773)
Ornithological Prints, The Coot-footed
Tringa (page 48), and the Brown Indian Thrush
(page 184), [from] A Natural History of Birds,
London: for the author, 1743[-1751]; hand-
colored, matted, and framed, discoloration
from corrugated backing, browning, each 18
1/2 x 15 1/4 in. overall.
Brass Three-arm Table Lamp, the vasiform
shaft with three scrolled arms and linenfold
cased glass shades, ht. 17 1/2, dia. 18 in.
Edna Hibel (American, b. 1917)
Head of a Girl in a Kerchief. Signed “Hibel”
l.r. and inscribed “artists proof and pastels, for
Lena Hibel edition, To Klara and David, Best
Wishes, Edna” in pencil l.l. Color lithograph
on paper, sight size 19 x 17 1/4 in., framed.
Condition: Not examined out of frame.
Turned Cherry Tall Post Bed, with scrolled
headboard and urn finials, ht. 64, wd. 53 in.
French Empire-style Ebonized and Burl
Veneer Stand, the round top on three
columnar posts on a platform base, ht. 37
1/2, dia. 11 3/4 in.
Two Asian Decorative Items and a Lalique
Ashtray, a rectangular cloisonné floral-
decorated box with tripartite divided interior
and a Kutani covered bowl, the ashtray with
eight molded faces around the edge, incised
signature “Lalique France” to base.
Malayer Rug, West Persia, early 20th century,
the ivory floral-filled and stepped center
medallion upon a midnight blue field with large
polychrome palmettes, rosettes, and serrated
leaves, all within an ivory floral main border, 6
ft. 6 in. x 4 ft.
Five Assorted Glass Vases and Compotes,
Simon Pearce and Wedgwood vases, a Lenox
compote, an unsigned vase depicting deer,
and a blown-molded amethyst vase, ht. to 8
1/4 in.
Severa Tafoya Santa Clara Carved
Blackware Pottery Shallow Bowl, signed
“Severa Sta Clara” to base, dia. 9 5/8 in.
Two Vintage Pablo Picasso Posters, an
XXXII Festival d’Avignon, and an X Anniversaire
du Mouvement de la Paix, (damage), lg. to 39
1/2, wd. to 25 1/4 in.
Pair of Gouda Matte Glaze “Anjer” Art
Pottery Candlesticks, Holland, early 20th
century, with band of blue and white floral
decoration on mustard and red ground along
the base, the body of the candlestick with
olive glaze, bulbous bobeche over ruffled
drip plate on flared body, marked “872 Anjer,
Gouda, Holland, CH” in brown to base, ht. 14
3/4 in.
Approximately Twenty B-Western Movie
Lobby Cards, including The Golden Stallion,
1949, starring Roy Rogers and Trigger, On
Top of Old Smoky, 1953, and Valley of Fire,
starring Gene Autry and Champion, Taming of
the West, 1939, starring Wild Bill Elliott, and
Blackjack Ketchum, Desperado, 1956, starring
Jesse James.
Pair of Gilt-metal Figural Electrified Two-
light Wall Sconces, 20th century, impressed
“Made in Spain” to the reverse, formed as a
woman rising out of a foliate motif, arms raised
holding two urns, with foliate and scrollwork
cartouche wall mounting, accompanied
by four colorless glass shades, lg. overall
including shade 18 1/2 in.
Hamadan Rug, Northwest Persia,
contemporary, 6 ft. 7 in. x 4 ft. 4 in.
Mahogany Veneered Time and Alarm
Shelf Clock, late 19th century, the 4 1/2-in.
painted tin dial above the gilt stenciled glass,
thirty-hour, time and alarm, spring-powered
movement, faux mercury pendulum, ht. 14 in.
Pakistani Bokhara Carpet, mid-20th century,
(crease wear), 12 ft. 7 in. x 8 ft.
Figural Bronze Decorative Candleholder,
19th century, with two cherubs on a plateau,
seated on either side of a central candleholder
lined with ruby glass insert, with two smaller
urn-form candleholders to either end,
decorated with foliate swags, overall ht. 7 1/4,
wd. 8 1/4 in.
Asian Flat Woven Panel, decorated with
cranes to central panel and polychrome
stripes along edges, approx. 156 x 56 in.
Seven 1950s Saturday Evening Post
Front Cover Posters and Two U.S. WWII
Lithograph Posters, covers include February
16, 1952, artwork by Norman Rockwell;
August 8, 1959, artwork by Thornton Utz;
October 13, 1951, artwork by John Clymer;
and December 22, 1951 and December
13, 1952, artwork by Steven Dohanos, all
mounted on foamcore, sheet size 27 3/4 x
21 3/4; posters include a Frederick Siebel
“Someone Talked,” and a war bonds poster
designed for display on Native American
reservations, shrink wrapped onto foamcore,
sheet size to 40 x 28 in.
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Three Queen Elizabeth Commemorative
Items, a small ceramic box, a Silver Jubilee
two-handled cup, and a large footed colorless
glass center coronation souvenir vase, vase
ht. 11 7/8 in.
Framed Antique Map of Regional Italy,
“Regia Celsitudinis Sabaudica Status in quo
Ducatus Sabaudiae Principatus Pedemontium
et Ducatus Montisferrati,” showing the areas
of Genova, Val d’Aosta, Lago di Como, and
Turin, bordered by Switzerland and France,
hand-colored, framed dimensions 22 x 25 in.
Walter Franklin Lansil (American, 1846-
Flower-bedecked Shrine Atop a Piling
in Venice. Signed and dated “Walter F.
Lansil/1902” l.r. Watercolor on paper/
board, sight size 13 3/8 x 10 3/4 in., framed.
Condition: Toning, not examined out of frame.
Assembled Gilt-rimmed and Cobalt Blue
Porcelain Dessert Service, comprised of
eight unmarked 8 3/8-in. plates with heraldic
motif, seven 9 1/2-in. Limoges plates with
gilt monogram, and an unmarked compote
with matching heraldic motif, ht. 5 1/2 in.,
Group of Assorted Porcelain Tableware,
including a Royal Worcester ewer, a Rosenthal
demitasse tea service (lacking one teacup),
two figural groups, a three-light candelabra,
a red and blue floral-decorated partial tea
service, and a Capo di Monte pink and white
covered sugar and saucer.
Seven Assorted Dolls and Teddy Bears,
a pair of Steiff Margaret Strong cinnamon
mohair bride and groom teddy bears, 1980s,
both with ear buttons and yellow ear tags, no.
0155/36 and 0155/37, groom bear with wrist
tags, bride bear with internal growler, ht. 14
1/2 in.; a brown mohair Steiff-type articulated
teddy bear; two German bisque head baby
dolls, early 20th century: a small Armand
Marseille with sleeping blue glass eyes, and
an ACM Bergmann with brown mohair wig,
sleeping blue eyes, and five-part composition
body; and two Peruvian figural dolls, made
with Pre-Columbian fabrics and textiles.
Eight Mostly Art Nouveau Decorative and
Desk Accessories, a pair of perfumes with
La Pierre sterling silver-mounted stoppers,
a iris desk tray marked “Tiffany Studios,” an
American Iris Society medal, a cased floral-
handled letter opener and seal, and three
small cast metal sculptures.
Donald Duck Cola Die-cut Cardboard
Advertising Sign, c. 1950s, lg. 25 5/8 in.
English Mahogany Wheel Barometer,
mid-19th century, with spade-shaped upper
section fitted with an hygrometer, body fitted
with thermometer, bull’s-eye mirror portal,
barometer, ivory knob and leveling gauge, ht.
38 in.
R.L. Markowicz (American, 20th Century)
Still Life with Shells. Titled and dated
“6.22.82” on a piece of paper affixed to the
backing. Pastel on paper, sight size 37 1/4 x
24 5/8 in., framed. Condition: Not examined
out of frame.
Set of Four Norman Rockwell U.S. WWII
Freedoms Lithograph Posters, Freedom
from Want, Freedom of Speech, Freedom
of Worship, and Freedom from Fear, each
unframed and folded, sheet size 111 x 79 in.
Assorted Group of Mostly Glass and
Ceramic Decorative Items, including a silver-
plate and etched glass goblet, a hand-painted
Herend vase with iris decoration, a pair of
gilt-decorated cobalt glass vases, a soapstone
vase, dishes, and two silver-mounted book
Set of Plaster Intaglio Portrait Plaques,
set in two wooden diamond-shaped frames,
approximately forty-five plaques total,
including classical-style portrait heads, Henry
VII, Theodore Beza, Locke, and others.
Three Tables, a Dutch Rococo-style walnut
console tablet and coffee table with scrolled
foliate-carved legs, and a Renaissance Revival
marble-top side table, ht. to 30 in.
Three Cameo Glass Vases, a pair of small
Gallé peach and green bud vases, (repaired),
signed, and a lime green art glass vase with
brown foliate decoration signed “VELES,” ht. 5
1/4 and 8 1/4 in., respectively.
Bronze and Marble Planter, with a young
woman perched at the edge and an
amphibious creature coming out of the planter
and gesturing to her, the figures in bronze, the
planter of a brown and white mottled marble,
(breaks, cracks, old repairs), ht. to 8, dia. 12
Lilihan Carpet, Northwest Persia, c. 1930, 11
ft. 4 in. x 8 ft. 6 in.
Donegal Long Rug, Ireland, early 20th
century, the empty magenta field with light
blue, dark blue, and ivory ribbon borders,
(reduced at both ends and mitered at each
corner), 12 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.
Cast Iron Blinking Eye Clock, 20th century
reproduction, painted figure of a man with
brass bezel over 2 1/2-in. porcelain Roman
numeral dial in his midsection, thirty-hour,
time-only movement with lever escapement
also runs the moving eyes, ht. 15 1/2 in.
Large Collection of Hummel/Goebel
Ceramic Figurines and Figural Groups,
approximately thirty-four figures, including
“Chick Girl,” “Little Goat Herder,” “Smart Little
Sister,” “Signs of Spring,” “Merry Wanderer,”
“Home from Market,” and “Culprits,” ht. to 6
1/2 in.
Miniature Oak Three-drawer Dresser, with
stamped metal hardware, nailed drawers, and
scalloped apron, ht. 18, wd. 12 3/4, dp. 8 in.
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Three Framed Portrait Miniatures, a
depiction of Benjamin Franklin, unsigned;
a seated lady labeled “Mrs. Siddons” to
the reverse and signed “Etienne” l.r.; and a
gilt-framed portrait of a woman labeled “The
Duchess of Grodon J. Hopper 1790” to the
reverse and signed and dated “J. Hopper
1790” l.r.
Group of Miscellaneous Decorative Items,
including two pairs of brass candlesticks, a
collection of small silver plaques in a gilt-gesso
frame, an Ansonia rococo-style clock, a small
enameled glass miniature jardinière on stand,
and a pair of cast metal ashtrays.
Eight Vintage and Reproduction War Bonds
Posters, mostly vintage WWII, seven folded
and creased, one rolled.
Two Bronze Floral Wall Sconces, with glass
floriform shades, lg. to 15 in.
Six Aubusson Needlepoint Pillows, with
various floral motifs and silk fringe and tassels.
Two Central Persian Rugs, mid-20th century,
12 ft. x 2 ft. 8 in. and 5 ft. 3 in. x 3 ft. 1 in.
Gold-tone Pocket Barometer, on a gold-
filled chain, in a box from Holmes, 29, Old
Bond Street, London.
Victorian Wood-handled Brass Pumping
Tool, with turned wooden handle and
perforated copper disk at base, lg. 33 1/2 in.
Carved Wood and Gesso Plaque of a Putto
Head, with wings on either side of the child’s
head, mounted on velvet and set in a giltwood
and gesso oval frame, putto wd. 6 1/4, framed
dimensions 10 x 12 in.
Henry Kallem (American, 1912-1985)
Two Paintings: Chromatic Vision and
Sunrise Sunset from the Monhegan Series.
Unsigned, identified and dated “1966” and
“1965,” respectively, on estate inventory
labels (Boston Art Club) on the reverse. Oil on
Masonite, 16 x 12 in., unframed. Condition:
Surface grime, especially on Sunset, wear at
Robert Moeller (German/American, 1899-
Adam and Eve in a Surreal Landscape.
Signed “R MOELLER” l.l. Oil on canvas,
29 7/8 x 24 7/8 in., unframed. Condition:
Surface grime, craquelure, scattered minor
paint losses.
Group of Advertising and Display Items, a
large pottery Keds sneaker, a Bissell’s Club
Sweeper, an oversized Japanese lighter,
Optima camera, Staedtler pencil, papier-
mâché Planters peanut, and a Heap Big
Smoke cigar.
Six-piece Burgess & Campell Pink-banded
White Ironstone Washroom Set, consisting
of cup, covered soap dish with pierced insert,
mug, small pitcher, and a large pitcher and
wash basin set.
Pair of Periwinkle Blue Opaline Glass
Lamps, with painted red and green striped
bands and cobalt blue foliate motifs, on metal
and wood base, two-socket light cluster, ht.
approx. 30 in.
After Aiden Lassell Ripley (American, 1896-
Ruffled Grouse in the Snow. Printed
signature and date within the image.
Photomechanical reproduction after a 1941
watercolor, sight size 21 1/2 x 27 in., framed.
Six Pieces of Colored Baccarat Glass, a
black vase, a pair of figural black cats, a pair
of orange butterfly figures on square bases,
and a pinkish red shell, all marked to bases,
vase ht. 9 3/4 in.
Nichols Chinese Carpet, c. 1930, (areas of
knot collar exposure), 13 ft. 3 in. x 10 ft.
Joshagan Mei-Mei Rug, Central Persia,
second quarter 20th century, (evenly low pile),
5 ft. 5 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.
Three Dow Jones Teletype Rolls from
RFK’s Assassination, dating to June 5,
6, and 7, 1968, with minute-by-minute
breaking news coverage, most notably of the
Presidential Primary and Robert Kennedy’s
Continental School, 20th Century
Portrait of a Girl with Braids. Signed illegibly
and dated “...Paris 1945” l.l. Oil on canvas,
18 x 15 in., framed. Condition: Minor surface
Large Group of Wonder Woman
Collectibles and Ephemera, including an
Aladdin Industries lithographed tin Super
Powers lunchbox, a Super Friends lunchbox
and two Wonder Woman thermoses, a group
of miscellaneous comics and books, a vintage
costume and mask, and Les Daniels Wonder
Woman masterpiece edition.
German Quarter-striking Bracket Clock,
retailed by J. E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia,
the round-top mahogany case with 8-in.
silvered Arabic numeral dial marked with
retailer’s name and location, spring-powered,
eight-day, time and quarter-striking movement
marked W. & H., Sch., Germany, ht. 14 in.
Natural Geode, the stone cut into seven
pieces with five thin slices sandwiched
between the top and the bottom of the stone,
overall ht. 4 1/2, lg. approx. 5 1/2 in.
Turkish Carpet, contemporary, 11 ft. 10 in. x
8 ft. 9 in.
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Continental Porcelain Spittoon, unmarked,
with grisaille landscape-decorated top in a
cobalt and gilt frame, the sides with matching
landscape decoration and two figural bird-like
faces with open mouths, set on four bracket
feet, ht. 5, dia. 9 in.
William Nicholson (British, 1872-1949)
London Types with Quatorzains by W.E.
Henley. Copyright 1898, William Heinemann,
London, published by R.H. Russell, New
York. Containing twelve color woodcuts of
different turn of the century Londoners, each
accompanied by a stanza by Henley.
Pair of Upholstered Beaded Burl Veneer
Gout Stools, the low round stools with bands
of geometric and ebonized inlay around the
base, raised on two half-moon feet, with
beaded needlepoint floral upholstery, ht. 6,
dia. 11 in.
Continental Rococo-style Walnut Veneer
Dining Set, a two-part glazed cupboard, a
table and six chairs, all with carved foliate
devices, ht. to 75 1/2, wd. to 52 in.
Capo di Monte Covered Porcelain Tureen,
the oval dish with fruit, garlands, and putti
to the body, with two satyr-form handles,
on foliate bracket and claw-form feet, the lid
decorated with a courting figural group of a
man and a woman with a recorder, a dog at
their feet, underglaze blue factory mark to
base, overall ht. 11 1/4, lg. 13 in.
Four Pieces of Baseball Memorabilia, the
1908 sheet music for “Take Me Out To the
Ball Game,” published by the York Music Co.,
and three Boston team baseball cards, a 1961
Topps Beantown Bombers #173 depicting
Frank Malzone, Vic Wertz, and Jackie Jensen,
a 1973 Topps Boston Red Sox team record
card #596, and a 1959 Topps Boston Red
Sox team roster card #248.
Two Framed Ornithological Prints after
Audubon, Tropic Bird and Louisiana Hawk,
both printed by R. Havell, London, 1835 and
1837, respectively, framed dimensions to 27
1/2 x 35 3/4 in.
Three Framed Works of Dogs:
Leon Danchin (American, 1887-1939),
Hound with Woodcock and Sporting Dogs,
both signed in pencil l.r., Hound numbered
“135-500” l.l., Sporting numbered 157-500 l.r.,
hand-colored lithographs, sight sizes 13 3/4
x 17 1/2 and 13 1/4 x 9 3/4; and a charcoal
drawing of a seated dog, signed illegibly l.l.,
framed dimensions 12 1/2 x 12 3/8 in.
Framed Photomechanical Reproduction of
a Mountain Landscape, sight size 21 1/2 x
27 1/2 in.
After Witold G. Kawalec (Polish, 1922-2003)
Abstract. Stamped signature near bottom.
Bronze, ht. 12 1/2 in. not including rectangular
base (not attached).
Eight Assorted Lamps and Lighting
Devices, including a brass student lamp,
a majolica lamp, an amber glass lamp, and
several brass urn-form lamps, together with
five glass shades, four milk glass and one
peach and yellow glass shade.
Set of Twelve Rothwoman Stoneware
Dinner Plates, each decorated with a different
animal, including a pig, cat, rabbit, crab, fish,
and unicorn, maker’s mark to reverse.
American School, 20th Century
Still Life Abstraction. Signed “Bela” u.l.
Mixed media on canvas, 40 x 48 in., framed.
Condition: Minor surface grime, scattered
losses, losses and loose areas to strip frame.
Pair of Daum Pate de Verre Candleholders,
incised “Daum France” to the bases, the
green and violet candleholders formed as leafy
plants with a snail to the front of each, ht. 5 in.
Seth Thomas “Banjo” Clock, Thomaston,
Connecticut, with a 7-in. Roman numeral dial,
reverse-painted American eagle and shield
decorated throat glass, lower tablet depicting
ships in battle, brass side ornaments, eight-
day, spring-powered, brass movement, ht.
36 in.
A New Map of the Brittish Isles shewing
their Ancient People, Cities, and Towns of
Note, in the time of the Romans, drawn by
Edward Wells and published by T. Ward, early
18th century, hand-colored, framed, sight size
15 1/4 x 19 7/8 in.
Two Unframed 1960s Car and Racing
Posters, an Italian racing poster, Targa Florio
1965, and an advertising poster *PTD...your
key to a world of Porsche Pleasure, from the
Porsche Tourist Delivery Program.
Dutch-style Walnut Veneer Glazed Bombe-
form Two-part Cupboard, ht. 79 1/2, wd. 55,
dp. 15 in.
Six Art and Poetry Books, The Ox of the
Wonderful Horns and Other African Folktales
by Ashley Bryan, inscribed by the author;
Philip Guston, an exhibition catalogue from
Marlborough Gallery, New York, October
1970; Pastel Light by Wolf Kahn; Gabor
Peterdi: Paintings by Burt Chernow; Julian
Stanczak: Decades of Light, edited by Robert
Bertholf, signed by the artist; and Adam and
Eve, by Karl Shapiro and with etchings by
Rosalyn Richards, Bucknell University Fine
Editions, numbered edition no. 27, signed by
both Shapiro and Richards.
Collection of Porcelain Tableware, including
a black and gold Pickard German partial
demitasse coffee service, eighteen Mintons
dinner plates with red, turquoise, and gold-
decorated rims, twelve gold and ivory Royal
Worcester plates, and twelve robin’s egg blue
and gold Mintons soup bowls.
Five Pieces of Baccarat and Serres
Colorless Crystal, a pair of Baccarat
candlesticks, ht. 7 1/2 in., a pair of Baccarat
butterfly figurines on square bases, all marked
to bases, and a glass ashtray with frosted
glass butterfly finial, incised “Serres France”
to base.
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Seven Stone, Metal, and Ceramic
Decorative Items, a small Wedgwood green
jasper lidded box, an enameled .800 silver
match safe, a gilt metal-mounted stone
ashtray with two green hardstone cabochons,
a pottery hand on wooden base with label
from the Doris Wiener Gallery, New York,
a ceramic figure of an Asian gentleman on
ormolu table-form base, and a pair of molded
plaster religious portrait groups under glass.
Karabagh Rug, South Caucasus, third
quarter 19th century, (wear throughout,
several minor holes), 7 ft. 2 in. x 3 ft. 9 in.
Hand-painted Limoges Porcelain Pitcher,
with matte black ground, gilt rim and handle,
and bands of oranges along the top and
bottom of the body, underglaze green “D &
Co France” and impressed “F” marks to base,
(hairline), ht. 13 3/4 in.
America Remembers the World at War First
Day Covers and Two Binders of Columbus
Commemorative Covers.
Continental Carved Walnut and Burl Veneer
Lady’s Writing Desk, shaped top over inlaid
prospect doors and writing surface on cabriole
legs with carved knees terminating in trifid
feet, ht. 35 1/2, wd. 34, dp. 23 in.
Five Framed Engravings, including two
shipwreck scenes, an engraving after
Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Virgin of the Rocks,”
and a James Heath portrait of General George
Two Continental Veneered Open
Bookcases, both with shaped tops over
carved shelves and aprons terminating in trifid
feet, one with hinged central compartment,
from ht. 46 1/2, wd. 47, dp. 11 in.
Large Group of Assorted Decorative Items,
including a brass footboard and headboard,
a floor lamp with stone platform, a pair of
brass altar sticks, a relief-carved and painted
domestic scene, and two Hummel lamps.
Five Framed Metal Plaques, an oval
medallion of the Holy Family, a pair of portrait
plaques in a single frame, a rectangular image
of two Medieval-type figures in front of a
castle, and a nautical scene.
Three Assorted Metal and Glass Objects, a
red and caramel stained glass “EXIT 12” sign
in wooden frame, 11 3/4 x 26 in., a Police
Regulation Limit 10 Hours Park-O-Meter,
and a vintage brass and copper Red Star fire
Small Group of Toys and Collectibles,
including a boxed microscope and slides,
a Revel H.M.S. Bounty model, model trains
including Rivarossi, and a Boy Scout uniform.
Northwest Persian Long Rug, mid to late
20th century, (small reweave, minor moth
damage, brown oxidation), 17 ft. x 3 ft. 7 in.
After Jim Dine (American, b. 1935)
Cape and Islands Chamber Music Festival,
Second Season, August 1981. Signed
“for Matt from Jim Apr. 1981” in pen l.r.
Lithograph on paper, sheet size 30 1/4 x 23
in., unframed.
Provenance: Through the estate of Matthew
Wysocki (1920-1991), artist, photographer,
professor, and chairman of Dartmouth
College’s visual studies department (1966-
1989), to the present owner by family descent,
Small Collection of Native American and
Southwestern Items, two weavings, three
pairs of beaded moccasins, an etched Deidra
& Steven Antonio Acoma pottery jar, a small
bowl incised to base “Pine Ridge B Talbot
Sioux,” (damaged), a small map of South
Dakota, and two watercolor portraits of
Collection of Art and Travel Postcards and
Booklets, including landmarks and locations
in Paris, Munich, Rome, Edinburgh, the
Swiss Alps, the Amalfi Coast, and Venice,
and artworks from the Louvre, the Galleria
dell’Accademia in Venice, the National
Gallery of Scotland, the Tate Gallery and
National Gallery in London, the Rijksmuseum
in Amsterdam, the Uffizi in Florence, the
Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, and
Six Framed European Works, including
an Italian oil on canvas village scene, an
engraving of a sculpture “Amore,” a watercolor
Pompeian scene, a small print after Durer, and
a Paris street scene.
After Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-
Three Reproductions. Photo-mechanical
facsimiles, after Bartsch/Hollstein, 374, 366 &
102, in a common mat and frame. Condition:
Acid burn.
American School, 19th Century
Seascape with Sailboat and Seagulls.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 8 x 6 in., unframed.
Condition: Surface grime, scattered losses,
abrasions along edges.
New Haven Drop Octagon Calendar Clock,
rosewood veneer case, 12-in. painted zinc
dial, eight-day time-only movement with
simple calendar and a pendulum, ht. 24 in.
Indo-Persian Carpet, contemporary, 9 ft. 5
in. x 6 ft.
Group of Continental Carved Walnut and
Burl Veneer Furniture, two low burl veneer
three-drawer bombé stands; three carved
walnut nesting tables, two carved walnut
hoop-back side chairs, and a carved and
upholstered walnut settee.
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Three Pieces of Victorian Walnut
Upholstered Seating, a settee with a scrolled
foliate-carved cresting, and two armchairs,
one with pierced cresting, ht. to 38 1/2 in.
Small Collection of Carved Woodenware,
including two painted duck figures, two
pairs of bookends, a pair of rectangular wall
plaques, and an Italian inlaid courting scene.
Chodor Rug, West Turkestan, late 19th
century, (moth damage, end fraying), 4 ft. x 2
ft. 10 in.
Provenance: Estate of Grover Schiltz.
Three Tin-glazed Earthenware Bowls, a
pair of large bowls with brown landscape and
cottage decoration, ht. 5, dia. 13 3/8, and a
shallow bowl with a basket of flowers to the
central field and a floral motif to the rim, ht. 3,
dia. 14 1/8 in.
Signed Photo of Orlando Hopkins, mid to
late 19th century, depicted seated; photo
dedicated to a James Murdoch.
Note: Hopkins was a figure in the 19th
century Boston theater community.
American School, 20th Century
Abstract Composition. Signed “Fisher” in
pencil l.r. Mixed media on canvas, 40 x 53
in., framed. Condition: Surface grime, tear in
paper collaged to center.
Mottled Green Ceramic Bottle-form Lamp
with Gilt-metal Mounts, possibly French,
with two applied ribbon and foliate handles
to sizes, on pedestal-form metal base with
foliate band and applied rosettes, stamped
“REMBRANDT R9544” underneath, two-
socket cluster, ht. 26 1/2 in.
Irving B. Haynes (American, 1927-2005)
Two Untitled Works. Monogrammed and
dated l.r., and identified on the reverse. Acrylic
on paper, 50 x 38 in., unframed.
Irving B. Haynes (American, 1927-2005)
Two Works: Crystal City and Untitled [1-
1415]. Monogrammed and dated l.r. Acrylic
on paper, frame size to 58 3/4 x 43 1/4 in.,
French Crystal Regulator, brass and
beveled glass case, 4-in. porcelain dial with
Arabic numerals, eight-day, time and strike
movement regulated by a two-jar mercury
pendulum, ht. 10 3/4 in.
Large Library of Art, Antiques, and
Collectibles Reference Books, various
subjects include bronzes, modern art, folk
art, scrimshaw, portrait miniatures, origami,
pewter, sculpture, and issues of Antiques &
Fine Art magazine.
Venetian Glass Covered Two-part Glass
Cheese Dish with Mice, the yellow dish
comprised of shallow bowl with polished pontil
and ribbed domed cover, the two pieces with
three applied blue mice with red eyes, wd. 8,
ht. 5 3/4 in.
Stig Lindberg Rectangular Geometric
Ceramic Vase, Sweden, 20th century, the
rectangular vase with repeating geometric
pattern to two sides, in brown, yellow, and
black to one and in black and light blue to the
other, underglaze blue marks and designer’s
stickers to base, ht. 11 3/4, wd. 8 3/8 in.
Three Modern Hardwood Items, an Eric
Arcese sculptured puzzle-type jewelry
box, signed in marker to the base and with
original instructions inside; a Po Shun Leong
architectural jewelry box with original card
in top right section; and a small mirror with
applied wooden cattail, initialed illegibly to the
Regency-style Mahogany Double-
pedestal Dining Table, pedestals with
turned urn supports and tripod base of
molded downswept legs with applied bosses,
accompanied by three leaves, ht. 29 3/4, wd.
58, dp. 38 in.
Six Chippendale-style Mahogany Side
Chairs, a set of four with carved crestings,
pierced owl-form splats, and claw and ball
feet, and a pair with foliate-carved crestings,
splats, and stiles, all with blue-upholstered slip
seats, ht. to 38 1/4 in.
Two Pieces of Venini Decorative Murano
Glass, Italy, 20th century, a yellow and green
glass charger with abstract motif to center,
incised “Venini Italia” to base, and a red and
green striped bottle, Venini factory sticker to
base, charger dia. 15 1/4, bottle ht. 12 in.
Vintage Bjorn Windblad Nine-piece
Ceramic Tea Service, comprised of
teapot, creamer, sugar, and six small cups,
each decorated with a whimsical face and
with nose done in relief, with red and blue
geometric motifs, ht. to 9 in.
Chippendale-style Mahogany Camelback
Sofa, with blue upholstery and molded
Marlborough legs, ht. 34 1/2, wd. 84, dp. 36
Pair of Chippendale-style Mahogany Wing
Chairs, the arched cresting and shaped sides
joining horizontally scrolled arms, molded
square leg and stretcher base, ht. 46 in.
Four Framed Thomas Allen Religious and
Parable Tiles, attributed to Minton, “The
Prodigal Son,” “The Hidden Treasure,” “The
Barren Fig Tree,” and “The Good Samaritan,”
tile sight size 7 5/8 x 7 5/8, framed dimensions
9 x 9 in.
Group of Assorted Cast Metal Decorative
Items, including a pair of polychrome-painted
R. Madison Mitchell duck head bookends,
seven various retriever dog figures, and a gilt-
metal bird.
Small Collection of Modern Wooden Bird
Carvings, mostly ducks, some signed,
makers include Alfred B. Gardner, Phyllis
Wedman, and Tom Wetherbee, in a woven
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Eight Ceramic Vessels, a small flow blue
bowl, a copper luster cream jug, a Canton
blue and white ginger jar, a lidded redware
pot, and a four-bottle set in basket, the
white stoppered bottles with black transfer
decoration, labeled “S.W.,” “C,” “I.W.,” and
Group of Marble and Metal Decorative
Items, a gilt metal sculptural inkwell with
recessed marble base, a glass and gilt-metal
freestanding inkwell, and three assorted gilt-
metal picture frames, one with winged figural
handle, marble inkwell base lg. 19 in.
Nineteen Ceramic and Metal Dog
Figurines, including Basil Matthews, Royal
Doulton, and Martino, ht. to 7 1/2 in.
Six Brown-glazed Toby Jugs, including one
luster, one marked Gibson & Sons, and a pair
of miniature brown and white figural jugs, ht.
3 to 7 in.
Group of Blue and White Mostly Chinese
Export Porcelain, including a pair of ginger
jars, one without top, an R. Hall Church of St.
Charles pattern ironstone platter, two covered
vegetable dishes, and a globular teapot with
enameled floral accents, ht. to 10 in.
Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Porcelain
Luncheon Set, approx. 133 pieces total,
including various size plates, serving dishes,
teacups, saucers, two sets of shakers, and a
pair of candlesticks.
Eight Assorted Toby Jugs, two Wood &
Sons “Toby” jugs with green shirts and yellow
stockings, a “Sterling” character face jug, a
Sylvac Staffordshire “Old Toby,” two Lancaster
& Sandland Ltd. face jugs, a “Tony Wood”
Staffordshire jug, and an Irish “Sean” face jug,
ht. 2 1/2 to 7 1/2 in.
Two Miniature Child’s Ceramic Tea Sets,
one with blue and white floral transfer
decoration, comprised of four teacups, six
saucers, teapot, creamer, and sugar, marked
with an underglaze blue “P” to bases; the
other with black and white genre scene
transfer decoration, with five teacups, eight
saucers in two sizes, teapot, creamer, and
sugar, ht. to 5 1/2 in.
Group of Copper Lustre and Majolica
Ceramic Tableware, five assorted copper
lustre pitchers, one cupper lustre mug, a
majolica floral-decorated vase, two majolica
pitchers, including one Etruscan seaweed and
shell cream jug, and three assorted majolica
and majolica-type dishes, including a yellow
Carltonware leaf dish and an Etruscan pink
and green leaf bowl.
Thirteen Small Toby Jugs, including Artone
face jugs, Kelsboro, Wood & Sons, and
Lancaster, ht. 2 to 4 1/2 in.
Fifteen Small Toby and Toby-type Jugs,
including Lancaster Sandland, Japanese and
Czechoslovakian reproductions, and two
German “Sam Weller” figures, ht. 1 1/2 to 4
3/4 in.
Small Collection of Mostly Asian Hardstone
Figures and Pendants, including five pale
green stone pendants and a group of assorted
animals, including a goldstone camel and pig
and a malachite frog.
Irving B. Haynes (American, 1927-2005)
Two Untitled Works. Monogrammed and
dated l.r., and identified on the reverse. Acrylic
on paper, 50 x 38 in., unframed.
Irving B. Haynes (American, 1927-2005)
Two Works: Hot Frost and Ochre-Indigo.
Monogrammed and dated l.r. Acrylic on
paper, frame size to 58 3/4 x 43 1/4 in.,
Carved Wooden Polychrome Santos
Figure, depicting the figure of Christ in a white
tunic with black robes, on a three-tiered round
turquoise pedestal base, (missing hands), ht.
13 in.
Small Cast Bronze-mounted Figure of a
Mouse on a Book, unsigned, with stone
insert or base visible underneath, lg. 2 7/8,
wd. 2, ht. 1 5/8 in.
Two Bronze Figures of Birds, a polychrome
painted figure of a standing bird (damaged),
and a French paperweight figure of a
wounded bird, stamped “Copyright by Susse
Fres,” incised “Comolera” to side, lg. to 5 in.
Mounted Hooked Rug of a Ram with Initials
“E. L. J.,” America, c. 1900, (fading, minor
stained areas), 3 ft. 5 in. x 2 ft. 7 in.
Mounted Hooked Rug of a Deer, America, c.
1910, 3 ft. 3 in. x 2 ft. 1 in.
Japonesque Framed Mirror, the shaped
mirror with black- and gold-painted lacquer
frame, ht. 41, wd. 28 1/2 in.
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Twenty-four Creamware Culinary
Molds, 19th/20th century, in varying
designs, including a ram, two rabbits,
and a lobster, ht. to 5 3/4, wd. to 11 in.
Three Wrought Iron Betty Lamps
and Hangers, 18th/19th century,
(loss), lg. to 14 1/2 in.
Figural Hooked Rug, 19th/20th
century, depicting a family of dogs:
three puppies and an adult, within a
frame of scrolled foliage, lg. 31, wd.
60 in.
Five Early Glass Vessels, 19th
century, two tapered olive gin bottles,
two aqua tumblers, and a square-sided
olive snuff bottle, (imperfections), ht. to
10 1/2 in.
Mahogany Three-drawer Chest-on-
Chest Base, probably Connecticut
River Valley, late 18th century, the
added square mahogany top over a
case of three graduated, thumbmolded
drawers flanked by canted and fluted
stiles, raised on ogee bracket feet with
carved terminals, ht. 35 1/4, case wd.
39 1/4, dp. 20 in.
Red-painted Two-drawer Blanket
Chest, New England, early 19th
century, the thumbmolded rectangular
top opening to a well, over two molded
long drawers and shaped bracket feet,
(loss), ht. 37, wd. 40, dp. 17 1/2 in.
Country Painted Tavern Table,
New England, early 19th century,
the rectangular overhanging top with
breadboard ends on a one-drawer
brown-over-red-painted skirt, raised on
square tapering, (imperfections), ht. 28
1/4, wd. 37 3/4, dp. 24 1/4 in.
Two Cobalt-decorated Stoneware
Crocks, mid to late 19th century, a
three-gallon Norwich Pottery Works
crock with stenciled eagle decoration,
and a five-gallon crock with cobalt
lettering reading “Butter 1869,” (loss),
ht. to 13, dia. to 12 in.
Painted and Carved Canada Goose
Decoy, ht. 12, wd. 23, dp. 12 1/2 in.
Small Framed Pinpricked Stippled
Watercolor, depicting a seated black
woman eating an apple, lg. 10, wd. 9
1/4 in.
Two Framed Calligraphic Exercises,
20th century, both depicting birds, one
perched atop foliage with watercolor
accents and a scroll reading “God
Bless Our Home/1918,” the other with
bird in flight with foliage in its beak, ht.
to 18 1/4, wd. to 27 3/4 in.
Two Cobalt-decorated Stoneware
Vessels, mid to late 19th century, a
two-gallon bird-and-sprig decorated
jug stamped “J.A. & C.W. Underwood/
Fort Edwards, NY,” and a two-gallon
ovoid jar with cobalt stylized flower and
lug handles, (damage), ht. to 16, dia.
to 8 3/4 in.
Red-painted Country Harvest Table,
19th century, the drop leaves a later
addition, supported by square tapering
legs, ht. 29 1/2, wd. 71, dp. 28 in.
Federal Mahogany Mirror, 19th
century, the molded cornice and
figured mahogany panel over
a rectangular mirror, flanked by
half-engaged tripartite columns on
projecting plinth bases with applied
bosses, old glass, lg. 41 1/2, wd. 22
1/2 in.
Brown-painted Forty-eight-drawer
Apothecary Chest, 19th/20th century,
ht. 61 1/4, wd. 60, dp. 16 3/4 in.
Molded Copper Eagle Weathervane,
20th century, the full-body spreadwing
eagle on a copper sphere and arrow,
above two additional spheres and a
turned wooden base, with associated
directionals, ht. 27 3/4, wd. 21 1/4,
dp. 23 in.
Two Jacquard Coverlets, mid-19th
century, a three-color coverlet with
“Bostontown” border, field of fruit and
flower-filled classical urns and birds
feeding motifs, and a blue and white
center medallion coverlet with roses
and oak leaves, inscribed along the
border “Sally Maria Swade/1845/
Washington,” lg. to 94, wd. to 74 in.
Pair of Framed Silk Needlework
Fragments, depicting scrolled foliage
and flowers, ht. 8, wd. 16 1/2 in.
Group of Banded Yellowware Items,
19th and 20th century, five bowls, four
cups, and three jugs, with bands of
white, blue, and brown, ht. to 6 in.
Country Pine Corner Cupboard,
America, late 18th/early 19th century,
the upper open section with three
arched shelves, over a lower section
with hinged cabinet door and shelved
interior, ht. 79, wd. 46, corner dp. 24
Three Children’s Painted Chairs,
America, 18th and 19th century, one
armchair and one side chair with
two slats and turned finials, and an
armchair with three slats, turned finials,
and bamboo-turned arms, ht. to 26
1/4, wd. 14 1/2, dp. 10 1/2 in.
George III Mahogany Pembroke
Table, England, late 18th century, the
square top and leaves on a molded
skirt and molded square tapering legs,
ht. 27 1/2, wd. 19 1/2, dp. 33 1/2 in.
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Thirteen Yellowware Food Molds,
19th and 20th century, various designs
including swirls, corn, sheaves of
wheat, and grapes, ht. to 4 in.
Steel and Brass Scale, 19th/20th
century, the scale with large pan,
brass mounts, and five graduated
GPO weights, for 1/4, 1/2, 1, 4, and 7
pounds, ht. 14 1/2, wd. 20, dp. 18 in.
Framed Adam and Eve Sampler,
19th century, stitched in wool yarn on
a linen ground, depicting floral motifs,
Adam and Eve, the Tree of Knowledge,
letters and numbers, lg. 15, wd. 14
3/4 in.
Hooked Rug, 19th/20th century, with
abstract red spheres bordered by
scrolled foliage, lg. 76, wd. 34 in.
Three Large Banded Yellowware
Items, a mixing bowl with white band,
a strainer with brown and white bands,
and a pitcher with white and brown
marbled band, (imperfections), ht. to 8
3/4, dia. to 15 in.
Turned and Red-painted Tape Loom,
ht. 34 1/2, wd. 31 1/4, dp. 9 1/2 in.
Green-painted Continuous Knuckle-
arm Windsor Chair, America, late 18th
century, (repair), ht. 38 1/4, wd. 21,
dp. 21 in.
Provenance: The Baldrich Family,
Country Red-painted One-drawer
Tavern Table, New England, 1793,
the overhanging rectangular top with
breadboard ends on a single-drawer
skirt, raised on turned legs, signed
indistinctly and dated on drawer
bottom, ht. 28 1/4, wd. 48, dp. 26
3/4 in.
Sheet Iron Indian with Bow and
Arrow Ornament, 20th century, ht. 26,
wd. 18 in.
Italian Polychrome Cast Iron Bird
Tree, 20th century, the tree with four
branches, two perched birds, and two
pieces of hanging fruit, ht. 14 1/2, wd.
13 in.
Dale Brown Prison Art Matchstick
Fiddle and Bow, Kentucky, early 20th
century, fiddle lg. 24, bow lg. 25 1/2 in.
Three Framed Paper Cutout
Pictures, 19th/20th century, one
white paper with two girls and foliage,
one black paper with roosters, and
one brown paper with foliage reading
“Forget Me Not,” lg. to 14 3/4, wd. to
11 1/2 in.
Tiger Maple Slant-lid Desk, the lid
opening to an interior of eight drawers
and eight valanced pigeonholes, over a
case of four graduated, thumbmolded
drawers, raised on turned feet with
casters, (alteration), ht. 40, wd. 35 1/4,
dp. 18 in.
Country Birch Candlestand, New
England, 18th/19th century, the
shaped top on a ring- and vase-turned
shaft, tripod cabriole leg base and pad
feet, ht. 25 3/4, wd. 15 3/4, dp. 16 in.
Comb-back Windsor Armchair,
late 18th century, with serpentine
cresting and scroll-carved terminals,
above arms with vase- and ring-
turned supports, saddle seat and
conformingly turned splayed legs, ht.
43, wd. 23 3/4, dp. 21 1/2 in.
Modern Folk Art Bird Tree, A. Kohr,
1982, depicting five red- and green-
painted perched birds, on a green
baluster base, signed and dated on
underside, ht. 14 in.
Two Currier 19th Century Memorial
Hand-colored Lithographs, each
with handwritten text, one reads “In
Memory of Olive Elisabeth Cobb/Died
March 19th 1832/Aged 1 Yr. 3 Mo’s 19
Dy’s,” followed by a short poem, the
other reads “To the Memory of Hannah
Emerson/Wife of Nathan Emerson/who
died Feb. 21. 1829/Aged 25 years,
10 mo/Elisabeth Emerson/2nd Wife of
Nathan Emerson/Died 1842 Aged 40
years,” and signed “By S. Chase” l.r.,
sight size to 13 1/2 x 9 1/2 in., both
Framed J. Baillie Noah’s Ark
Lithograph, c. 1845, set into original
grain-painted frame, (imperfections), lg.
12, wd. 14 in.
Two Carved and Painted Folk Art
Birds, 19th/20th century, ht. to 11
1/4 in.
Queen Anne-style Mahogany
Dressing Table, the rectangular
top with molded edges on a case
with one long drawer over two short
and one fan-carved drawer, all with
thumbmolding, over an ovolo-shaped
skirt with turned drop finials and
cabriole legs terminating on platformed
pad feet, ht. 29 1/2, wd. 33, dp. 19
3/4 in.
Benson & Hedges Inlaid Mahogany
Humidor, 19th/20th century, the
rectangular case with brass-inlaid
stringing opening to a tin-lined interior,
ht. 10, wd. 21, dp. 12 in.
Pine Two-drawer Blanket Chest,
New England, mid-18th century, with
cornice and single-arch molding and
three faux drawer-fronts over two long
drawers, supported by shaped bracket
feet, (imperfections), ht. 38 3/4, wd.
38, dp. 19 1/2 in.
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Group of Admiral Dewey-related
Items, a Kenton cast iron cannon with
a bust of Admiral Dewey cast in relief
on both sides, an American flag pin
and portrait pin, a small silk American
flag bearing Dewey’s portrait, and a
Dewey commemorative Ingraham shelf
clock, the cornice bearing a carved
bust medallion, flanked by carved
nautical motifs, ht. to 23 in.
Large Hooked Rug, with long stripes
in faded red, white, and blue, lg. 102,
wd. 54 in.
Three Assorted Hooked Rugs, one
with squares of red, white, and blue,
one with mottled brick design, and a
large rug with central medallion, lg. to
84, wd. to 85 in.
Two Bottle Cap Tramp Art
Compositions, a smoking stand with
handle and columnar support, and a
frame with a small engraving of a nude
woman, ht. to 29 in.
Two Framed Theorems, 19th century,
a cutout theorem of a blue and white
compote with fruit, and a theorem on
velvet depicting books and a basket of
flowers, lg. to 16 3/4, wd. to 14 3/4 in.
Cased Carved Violin, 20th century,
the pegbox topped by a carved bust of
Mozart, (imperfections), lg. 24 in.
Silk and Velvet Pieced Crazy Quilt,
19th/20th century, stitched with silk
threads, depicting a horse, owls,
rooster, doves, lion, butterfly, and
flowers, lg. 76, wd. 63 in.
Three Large Painted Tops and Two
Kite Spools, 19th/20th century, with
painted bands of green, yellow, red,
and orange, ht. to 6 1/2, wd. to 13 in.
Floral Hooked Rug, late 19th/early
20th century, the central medallion
flanked by scrolled foliage, leaves, and
branches, (damage), lg. 76 1/2, wd.
65 in.
Two Small House Models, a Victorian
matchstick house with blue roofing
and accents on a white base, and a
small cottage with floral elements and a
Westclox desk clock, ht. to 9 in.
Maple Chest of Drawers, New
England, late 18th century, the top with
cornice molding over a case with six
graduated, thumbmolded drawers and
shaped bracket base, ht. 44, wd. 37
3/4, dp. 19 1/2 in.
Cherry Tilt-top Tea Table, New
England, late 18th century, the circular
top on a vase- and ring-turned shaft
and cabriole leg tripod base ending in
pad feet, (refinished), ht. 29, dia. 34 in.
Chippendale Tiger Maple Scroll-
frame Mirror, New England, late 18th
century, lg. 33 1/4, wd. 18 3/4 in.
Three Wire Tools, 20th century, in the
form of a hammer, a hand-drill, and a
ruler, lg. to 60 1/4 in.
Two Apothecary Display Items, a
large beige-painted mortar and pestle
and a “Prescriptions” display with large
glass vial, ht. to 26 in.
Framed Pictorial Silk Needlework,
early 19th century, stitched with
silk threads on a silk ground, with
watercolor on silk details, depicting
an allegorical figure of a woman in
classical dress, holding what appears
to be a sword, (toning, stains), sight
size 11 x 9 in.
Needlework Sampler, “Rebecca
Eliza,” early 19th century, worked with
silk threads on a linen ground with
seven rows of alphabets, over a basket
with flowering plant, (toning, fading,
stains), 16 1/4 x 10 1/2 in., in a later
burl veneer frame.
Two Painted Composite Mannequin
Heads, early to mid-20th century, both
on stands, a male and a female form,
ht. to 24 in.
Queen Anne Inlaid Cherry Flat-
top High Chest, New England,
18th century, the cornice-molded
flat top over an upper section of
four thumbmolded, graduated, and
rosewood crossbanded long drawers,
on a lower section of one long and
three short drawers, scalloped apron,
and cabriole legs ending on pad feet,
together by association, (restoration),
ht. 71 1/4, wd. 37 1/2, dp. 19 1/2 in.
Wooden Shoeshine Stand, 19th
century, the single-drawer box with lift
top, ht. 9 1/4, wd. 16 1/2, dp. 10 in.
Grain-painted Pine Sawbuck Table,
with single-board rectangular top,
mustard and brown paint to resemble
chestnut, (minor imperfections), ht. 29,
lg. 59 3/4, dp. 26 1/2 in.
White-painted Wooden Three-
masted Ship Weathervane, 20th
century, ht. 24 1/2, wd. 24 in.
Painted Wood Sextant Trade Sign,
19th/20th century, ht. 32, wd. 30 1/2
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Vermont Needlework Sampler, “Ann
L. Reed Proformed This Trifle Aged 8
Years May 31 AD 1831,” Shoreham,
Addison County, Vermont, worked
in silk threads on a linen ground with
rows of alphabets and signature lines
over the verse “Whatsoever ye would
that men should do unto you, do you
the same to them.,” over “Friendship &
Unity,” enclosed in a Greek key border,
8 1/4 x 3 1/4 in., in a later molded
wood frame.
Note: Ann Livingston Reed was born
in 1823, the daughter of Frederick
John Reed, Shoreham, Addison
County, Vermont. She may have been
a Quaker as the phrase “Proformed
This Trifle” is used almost exclusively
on Quaker samplers.
Pine Shaped-end Hanging Shelf,
early 19th century, ht. 8, wd. 16 1/2,
dp. 8 in.
Queen Anne Maple Flat-top High
Chest, New England, 18th century,
the upper section with cornice molding
over five thumbmolded, graduated long
drawers, set into a lower section of
one long over three short drawers with
shaped apron and cabriole legs ending
on platformed pad feet, chest together
by association, (imperfections), ht. 76,
case wd. 37 1/2, dp. 19 3/4 in.
Folk-carved Miniature Four-drawer
Chest, 1850, the elaborately carved
case with vines and a heart adorning
the top, foliate sides, and fluted and
compass-carved motifs, ht. 18, wd. 16
1/2, dp. 11 1/4 in.
Country Pine Drop-leaf Dining Table,
America, 19th century, the oval top
raised on square tapering legs ending
in turned feet, ht. 28 1/2, wd. 72, dp.
48 1/2 in.
Turned Black-painted Footed
Compote, 19th century, the turned
dish raised on a flaring columnar
support, ht. 9 1/2, dia. 17 1/4 in.
Four Tole Items, America, 19th
century, three rectangular trays with
canted corners and a lidded canister,
each with painted floral and foliate
motifs, ht. to 6, wd. to 17 3/4, dp. to
13 1/4 in.
Geometric Hooked Rug, 19th/20th
century, with an overall multicolored
triangle design, (damage), lg. 90 1/4,
wd. 53 1/4 in.
Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jug,
America, mid to late 19th century,
inscribed “Whiskey B,” with applied
strap handle and spout, ht. 18 in.
Five Turned and Carved Butter
Molds, 19th century, two depicting
flowers, one of fruit, one of foliage, and
one of a sheaf of wheat, ht. to 6, dia.
to 4 3/4 in.
George III Inlaid Mahogany Corner
Washstand, England, early 19th
century, the high arching back over
a scalloped skirt and platform with
one string-inlaid drawer and two faux
drawer fronts, a shaped stretcher and
downswept legs, ht. ht. 47 1/2, wd. 25
1/2, dp. 17 in.
Federal Inlaid Cherry Chest of
Drawers, probably Connecticut
River Valley, early 19th century, the
string-inlaid rectangular top and
conforming case with four graduated,
thumbmolded drawers flanked
by canted and reeded stiles, on a
scalloped apron and flaring French
feet, (imperfections), ht. 40 1/2, wd.
36, dp. 22 in.
New York Classical Mahogany
Veneer Firescreen, early 19th century,
the long, cylindrical crest with applied
bosses joined by two columns and a
glass tablet, on a trestle base, (loss),
ht. 35 1/2, wd. 22 1/4, dp. 13 1/2 in.
Four Etched Glass Tumbler, early
19th century, with etched floral motifs
towards the rims and ribbed bodies, ht.
to 6, dia. to 4 1/2 in.
Fifteen Carved and Painted Decoys,
depicting assorted ducks, shorebirds,
and a goose, ht. to 7 1/2 in.
Group of Country Items, an amber
demijohn, a maple treen bowl, a North
American red and black-painted game
board, a bentwood basket, and a
screw-top stoneware jar, ht. to 30 1/2
Three Wooden Toys, a carved and
black-painted wooden hobby horse, a
red and yellow-painted hoop, and an
early pogo stick, lg. to 46 3/4 in.
Federal Cherry Desk/Bookcase,
Binghamton, New York, early 19th
century, in two parts, the newer upper
section with a molded cornice and two
paneled doors opening to a shelved
interior, on a lower section with slant lid
opening to an interior of drawers and
compartments, over four graduated,
thumbmolded drawers and flaring
French feet, inscribed on reverse
“Roswell Wheaton, Binghamton...,” ht.
76 3/4, wd. 39, dp. 20 in.
Paint-decorated Hanging Shelf,
19th century, with floral decoration
throughout, the top with a pierced
gallery over a central compartment
and lower peg rack, flanked by two
drawers, ht. 17, wd. 36 1/4, dp. 8 in.
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Federal Red-painted Cherry
Candlestand, New Hampshire, early
19th century, the square top on a vase-
and ring-turned post, and tripod base
of shaped legs on spade feet, original
surface, ht. 28, wd. 17, dp. 16 3/4 in.
Provenance: Purchased directly from
the French homestead, Henniker, New
Hampshire, 35 years ago.
Note: Underside of top with early chalk
Brass Standish, northern Europe,
18th century, ht. 8 1/4 in.
American School, 19th Century
Theorem with an Urn of Pink Roses.
Unsigned. Watercolor on paper, 14 x
12 in., in a period molded wood frame.
Condition: Toning, moisture stains.
Green-painted Cast Iron Bust of a
Boy, 19th/20th century, (damage), ht.
18, wd. 11 1/2, dp. 8 1/2 in.
Pair of Paint-decorated Wooden
Parade Guns, possibly Vermont, late
19th/early 20th century, lg. 53 1/4 in.
Three Paint-decorated Peg Racks
and Two Stools, America, 19th
century, ht. to 13, wd. to 37 1/4 in.
Painted Comb-back Windsor
Side Chair, America, 18th century,
the concave cresting with scrolled
terminals joined by vase-turned
supports, on a shield-form seat and
conforming turned legs, (repair), ht. 35,
wd. 21 1/4, dp. 20 1/2 in.
Three Wooden Artist’s Easels.
Hanging Candlebox, the dovetail-
constructed box with scratch-carved
splat and molded base, ht. 10 3/4, wd.
13, dp. 5 1/4 in.
Two Geometric Hooked Rugs, one
with alternating red, faded white, and
blue diamonds, and a runner with
checkered field bordered by blue
diamonds, lg. to 106, wd. to 32 in.
Two Native American Woven Splint
Baskets, 19th century, a rectangular
potato-stamped covered basket and a
rectangular covered basket with green
splint accents, ht. to 9, wd. to 14 1/2,
dp. to 11 in.
Black-painted Hanging Wall Box,
America, 18th/19th century, ht. 9 3/4,
wd. 11 3/4, dp. 6 in.
Framed Still Life of Fruit in a
Compote Theorem, 20th century,
signed l.r. “S. Zering,” sight size 9 1/2
x 11 1/2 in.
Group of Assorted Wooden Items,
America, 19th century, a bed tightener,
a small dressing mirror on trestle base,
a miniature house-form box, and a
full-length silhouette of a gentleman in
a mahogany veneer frame, ht. to 12
1/2 in.
Two Stoneware Bowls, 19th century,
a large blue and white spongeware
bowl and a redware bowl with green-
and brown-glazed foliate decorations
on a beige ground, (imperfections), ht.
to 6 1/2, dia. to 12 3/4 in.
Green-painted Wall Shelf, 19th
century, ht. 7, wd. 31 1/4, dp. 5 3/4 in.
Three Floral Rugs, 19th and 20th
century, two hooked rugs with floral
motifs and a Victorian hand-woven
hearth rug depicting scrolled foliage
and an urn of flowers, lg. to 75, wd.
to 31 in.
Three Early Iron Cooking Items,
18th/19th century, a large ladle
stamped “7” along the handle, a kettle
with swing handle, and a handled,
covered pot, lg. to 30 3/4 in.
Chippendale Mahogany Slant-lid
Desk, 18th century, with fitted interior
of compartments and drawers, four
graduated drawers and bracket base,
ht. 40, wd. 35, dp. 18 1/4 in.
Three-tier Wire Plant Stand, ht. 48 in.
Federal Gilt Convex Mirror, America,
early 19th century, the carved eagle
cresting over a molded convex mirror
bordered by gilt spheres, over a carved
fan and fruit, (imperfections), lg. 41,
wd. 22 3/4 in.
Group of Iron Hooks and Skewers,
19th century, a large hook with
ropetwist shaft, an S-hook stamped
“J.S. Currier,” six wrought skewers,
and a skewer holder with two scrolled
arms and a snowman-form backplate,
lg. to 9 1/2 in.
Set of Four Redware Custard
Cups, America, 19th century, (minor
imperfections), ht. 1 3/4, dia. 4 in.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a New England
Gentleman, c. 1840. Unsigned,
identified on a label on the reverse
from the American Folk Art Gallery,
New York. Watercolor and gouache
on paper, sight size 18 x 12 3/4 in.,
framed. Condition: Water damage
l.l., foxing, toning, not examined out of
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American School, 19th Century
Basket of Strawberries. Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, sight size 9 3/4 x 7 3/4
in., framed. Condition: Surface grime,
minor abrasions.
Blue-painted Wall Box and Wall
Basket, America, 19th century, the box
with shaped ends and old surface, the
woven splint wall basket melon-form,
with ash hoop handle, ht. to 16 in.
Mahogany Carved Tilt-top Tea Table,
late 18th century, the circular top on
a vase- and ring-turned spiral-carved
support and tripod cabriole leg base
ending in pad feet, ht. 27 3/4, dia. 28
Walnut Candlestand, late 18th
century, the circular molded top on
vase- and ring-turned support and
tripod cabriole leg base ending in pad
feet, ht. 27 1/8, dia. 20 in.
Chippendale Pine Two-drawer
Blanket Chest and a Dome-top
Trunk, 18th and 19th century, ht. to 38
3/4, wd. to 39 3/4, dp. to 18 1/4 in.
Four Early Mostly Tin and Iron Items,
a tin ladle, sieve, and heart-in-hand
cookie cutter, a turned wooden sand
mold, and an iron door handle, lg. to
12 in.
Dated Chip-carved Hetchel, 1824,
with chip-carved and beaded edges
centering a bed of nails and stippled
date, lg. 22 in.
Five Framed Chinese Export
Reverse-painted Portraits of
Women, three double-portraits and
two single portraits, depicted engaged
in various domestic activities, lg. 18
1/4, wd. 14 1/4 in.
Nine Spatterware Cups and
Saucers, 19th century, a set of four
cups and four saucers, decorated
with green, blue, and red stripes, and
a red spatterware saucer depicting a
reindeer, dia. to 5 1/2 in.
Chippendale Birch Slant-lid Desk,
New England, late 18th century, fitted
with an interior of four drawers over
eight valanced compartments, on a
case with four molded, graduated,
long drawers over shaped bracket feet,
(refinished), ht. 41 1/4, wd. 39 1/2, dp.
19 in.
Chippendale Mahogany Veneer
Parcel-gilt Mirror, England or America,
18th century, the pierced cresting
with a carved and gilt eagle over a
rectangular mirror with stringing and gilt
molding, (minor imperfections), lg. 37
3/4, wd. 18 1/4 in.
Chippendale-style Carved
Mahogany Wing Chair, the arched
cresting and shaped sides over vertical
scrolls and shell-carved cabriole legs
terminating on claw-and-ball feet, ht.
48, wd. 36, dp. 28 in.
Painted Wood and Tin Shoemaker’s
Trade Sign, 19th century, the
rectangular sign with gold lettering on
a black ground, reading “Ideal Shoe
Hospital Shoe Maker,” over a oval tin
medallion depicting painted shoe, lg.
25 1/2, wd. 52 3/4 in.
Large Blue and White Transfer-
decorated Staffordshire Platter,
England, 19th century, lg. 17 1/4, wd.
21 3/4 in.
Chinese Yellow Needlework Rug, 10
ft. 3 in. x 8 ft. 3 in.
Floral Needlepoint Rug, 70 x 54 in.
Three Metal Objects, a painted sheet
iron rooster, an iron trammel rushlight
with heart-form finial, and an iron
chopper, ht. to 25 1/4 in.
Chippendale Mahogany Scroll-frame
Mirror, the cresting adorned with a
carved gilt eagle, (damage), lg. 34, wd.
17 1/4 in.
Federal Mahogany Tambour Desk,
America, early 19th century, the desk
with tambour doors opening to an
interior of four drawers, six valanced
compartments, and two document
compartments, over a case with
fall-front lid revealing a green baize
writing surface, and three banded and
cockbeaded long drawers, supported
on turned legs and casters, (refinished),
ht. 55 1/4, wd. 39, dp. 19 1/2 in.
Country Black-painted Secretary
Desk, possibly New York, early 19th
century, with two paneled, hinged
doors opening to a compartmented
interior, over a one-drawer base with
fall-front lid and black baize writing
surface, on block-, vase-, and ring-
turned legs, ht. 67 1/2, wd. 38 1/2,
dp. 18 in.
Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain
Armorial Plates, c. 1785, the plates
with green and lavender scrolled
border, the coat of arms of Fector
impaling Lane, and motto “Fide Felices
Facti,” (minor imperfections), dia. 9
3/4 in.
Black-painted Sheet Iron Running
Horse Weathervane, 19th/20th
century, ht. 31, wd. 44 in.
Five Shaped-end Hanging Shelves,
ht. to 34, wd. to 23 1/4, dp. 7 1/4 in.
Large Rockingham Glazed Molded
Pottery Jar with Cover, ht. 11 3/4 in.
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Country Red-painted One-drawer
Stand, New England, early 19th
century with rectangular overhanging
top and one drawer on square tapering
legs, (imperfections), ht. 29 1/4, wd.
19, dp. 16 in.
Chippendale-style Mahogany Veneer
Scroll-frame Mirror, the crest with
pierced and carved Prince of Wales
plumes, over a mirror with molded liner,
flanked by gilt foliate embellishments,
(repair), lg. 37, wd. 19 in.
Country Maple Side Table, New
England, early 19th century, the square
top with remnants of a red stain on a
shaped skirt and square tapering legs,
ht. 28, wd. 16 1/4, dp. 17 1/2 in.
Felt Salamander-form Pen Wipe,
America, late 19th century, the spotted
salamander situated atop green felt
leaves and a red base, lg. 7 in.
Currier & Ives View of Harpers
Ferry, VA. (from the Potomac Side)
Hand-colored Lithograph, New York,
c. 1856, (rippling, extensive foxing and
staining, not examined out of frame),
sight size 17 x 21 3/4 in., framed.
Frederic Schiller Cozzens (American,
Schooner at Sea, 1906. Signed
and dated “Fred. S Cozzens. 06” l.l.
Watercolor on paper, sight size 12
7/8 x 19 1/4 in., framed. Condition:
Toning, staining or foxing, water
damage, not examined out of frame.
Four Miscellaneous Iron Items, 18th
and 19th century, a pair of stylized
hinges, a triangular trivet with scrolled
center, and a trammel, lg. to 26 in.
Stained Wood Blanket Chest,
late 18th/early 19th century, with
rectangular top and conforming
dovetailed case on a shaped and
dovetailed bracket base, ht. 20 1/4,
wd. 40 1/4, dp. 15 1/4 in.
George III Mahogany Side Chair,
England, late 18th/early 19th century,
the round back centering foliate-
carved and pierced splat, on an
overupholstered serpentine seat,
molded square tapering legs and
stretcher base, (repairs), ht. 37, wd. 22
1/4, dp. 22 in.
Parquetry-top Stand, America, 20th
century, ht. 26 3/4, wd. 12, dp. 12 in.
Six Nautical-themed Items, three
aqua glass floats, a green-painted
wooden rowboat model, and a pair
of Chase brass and mahogany ship’s
wheel bookends, ht. to 9, wd. to 16
1/2 in.
School of Thomas Sully (American,
Mother and Child. Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, oval format, 36 x
28 3/4 in., unframed. Condition:
Craquelure, paint loss, retouch, varnish
American School, 19th Century
Moored Ship at Sundown. Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, 4 5/8 x 11 1/8 in.,
framed. Condition: Lined, craquelure,
minor surface grime, scattered retouch.
Six Painted Signs, including two
double-sided signs reading “Peas/
Melons” and “Antiques/Beets,” and a
sign reading “Cars Stored at Owners
Risk,” ht. to 23 1/4, wd. to 24 in.
Hudson River School, 19th Century
Primitive Landscape with Figures.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, sight size 11
3/8 x 15 1/4 in., framed. Condition:
Surface grime, craquelure, minor
Three Mounted Braided Mats,
19th/20th century, bull’s-eye-form,
graduating in size, worked in hues of
reds, greens, blues, and yellows, lg. to
16 1/4, wd. to 16 1/4 in.
Group of Wood Domestic Items,
19th century, two grain measures, a
green-painted cutlery box, three butter
paddles, a floriform butter mold, and a
spoon, ht. to 15, dia. to 17 in.
Three Federal Floral-painted Clock
Faces, 19th century, two square, and
one with elliptical top and signed “R.
Whiting/Winchester,” ht. to 16, wd. to
12 in.
Jacob Petersen (Danish, 1774-1854)
Brig Oregan of Boston Going Into
Elsinore Road Thomas Leach
Commander 1832. Signed “Drawn
by Jacob Petersen” l.r. Watercolor
and gouache on paper mounted
onto paperboard, 20 1/8 x 26 3/4 in.,
in a period molded giltwood frame.
Condition: Toning, repaired tears, two
l.l., one l.c.
Four Decorative Items, a shellwork
box with marbled sides; a needlepoint-
upholstered pincushion; a mirrored box
with molded gilt edges, single drawer,
and swing handle; and a skein, lg. to
25 in.
Painted Gesso and Wood
Figurehead, 19th century,
(imperfections), ht. 31, wd. 15 3/4, dp.
14 in.
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Thirteen Glass Flasks and Bottles,
including an olive green Keen sunburn
flask, an olive green cornucopia flask,
an olive green Washington/Jefferson
flask, an olive green Willington
Glass Co. Liberty flask, and an aqua
Washington flask, ht. to 9 in.
Chip-carved Tramp Art Occasional
Table, ht. 23, wd. 15, dp. 12 in.
Two Pieces of Cobalt-decorated
Stoneware, a “C. Hart/Sherburne”
crock with floral decoration, and an
unmarked floral-decorated jug with
applied strap handle, ht. to 11 1/2 in.
Carved Mahogany Knife Box,
America, 19th century, dovetailed
construction, with a cutout and stylized
heart handle, ht. 7 1/2, wd. 15, dp. 9
1/4 in.
Charles Day Hunt (American, 1840-
Two Pastoral Landscapes: Old
Halfway House for Stagecoach,
Catskill, 1879, and Fishermen by the
Stream. Both signed “C.D. Hunt” l.l.,
Catskill identified on the reverse. Oil on
canvasboard and oil on canvas, sight
size to 8 3/4 x 5 3/4 in., in molded gilt-
gesso frames.
Framed Watercolor Portrait of a
Girl with a Bird, America, mid-19th
century, lg. 12, wd. 9 1/2 in.
Five Tole Items, 19th century, two tea
canisters, a covered sugar, a small dish
with pierced rim, and an octagonal tray,
all painted with fruit and floral motifs,
(imperfections), ht. to 8, wd. to 17 3/4,
dp. 12 in.
Federal Grain-painted Drop-leaf
Table, New England, early 19th
century, the rectangular top on a
molded one-drawer skirt and square
tapering legs, ht. 30, leaves down wd.
22 1/4, leaves up wd. 47, dp. 42 in.
Pair of Ladder-back Side Chairs, late
18th century, with three slats, turned
baluster-form finials, and leather and
woven rush seats, ht. 38 1/4, wd. 18,
dp. 14 in.
Two Wrought Iron Adjustable Floor
Lamps, 19th century, electrified, on
shaped tripod bases, ht. to 59 1/2 in.
Sawyer & Smith Cobalt-decorated
Stoneware Crock, Akron, Ohio, mid-
19th century, the tapering three-gallon
crock with floral cobalt decoration,
(imperfections), ht. 12, dia. 10 in.
Seven Early Glass Items, early to
mid-19th century, a small blown three-
mold colorless bottle, an early blown
vessel, a cobalt hat-form whimsey, and
four inkwells, ht. to 5 3/4 in.
Framed Oil on Canvas Pond Scene,
late 19th century, signed “L. Barmore”
l.r., 15 x 13 in.
Two Boxes, America, 19th century,
a dovetail-constructed box, possibly
chestnut, and a walnut lift-top box
with one drawer, the paneled case
with chamfered sides, inlaid with light
and dark wood diamonds, circles, and
patriotic symbols including a flag and
shield, ht. to 7, wd. to 15 3/4, dp. to
9 3/4 in.
Country Pine Blanket Chest, New
England, 19th century, the long chest
raised on cutout feet, ht. 31 1/2, wd.
61 3/4, dp. 18 1/2 in.
Chinese Export Lacquered Sewing
Table, 19th century, the shaped top
opening to a compartmented interior,
raised on pierced legs and carved paw
feet, (damage), ht. 28, wd. 25 1/2, dp.
18 in.
Pair of Fan-back Windsor Side
Chairs, southeastern New England,
late 18th century, with carved terminals
and saddle seats on splayed vase- and
ring-turned legs, ht. 38, wd. 23, dp.
20 in.
Three Boxes, 19th century, an Asian
export hardwood box inlaid with bone
stars, a dovetail-constructed paint-
decorated box opening to a marble
interior fitted with a mirror, and a
green-painted octagonal box with leaf
motifs and a wallpaper-lined interior,
(imperfections), ht. to 4 3/4, wd. to 12,
dp. to 7 3/4 in.
Nine Delft Tiles, northern Europe,
18th century, three blue-and-white
and six manganese tiles, including a
vase of flowers, two Dutch ships, and
two biblical scenes, (imperfections), 5
x 5 in.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American,
Lithograph printed on paper in oil
colors, sight size 29 1/2 x 21 3/4
in. Condition: Foxing and rippling
Polychrome Creamware Plate,
England, 19th century, depicting the
crucifixion of Christ, bordered with
flowers and scrolled foliage, dia. 9 3/4
Five Mahogany Veneer Boxes,
19th century, four square and one
octagonal, the octagonal box fitted
with six compartments, ht. to 5 1/2,
wd. to 9 1/2, dp. to 7 1/2 in.
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Country Red-painted Two-drawer
Blanket Chest, New England,
18th century, the top opening to a
wallpapered interior decorated with
scrolled foliage, over two faux and
two thumbmolded long drawers, on
shaped bracket feet, (imperfections),
ht. 42 1/2, wd. 38 3/4, dp. 18 1/4 in.
Two Red-painted Side Chairs, 19th
century, the gilt and black accents, ht.
to 42 1/2 in.
Maple Pembroke Table, New
England, early 19th century, the
rectangular overhanging top and
conforming apron on square molded
legs and X-stretcher base, refinished,
ht. 26, wd. 17 3/4, dp. 34 1/4 in.
Six Polychrome Floral-decorated
Plates, 18th century, two Liverpool
Fazakerley plates, two Continental
faience plates, and two Bristol Delft
plates, (imperfections), dia. to 9 1/4 in.
Pair of Brass and Iron Urn-top
Andirons, America, 18th century, each
brass top with flame finial, supported
on iron knife blade shaft, with arched
legs and penny feet, (corrosion), ht. 25
1/2, wd. 9 1/2, dp. 18 3/4 in.
Seven Polychrome Tin-glazed
Plates, 18th century, a French faience
plate with bianco sopra bianco borer,
an Italian faience plate, two Bristol
delft plates, two Liverpool Fazakerley-
decorated plates, and a manganese
Dutch Delft plate, (imperfections), dia.
to 9 1/4 in.
Shaker Blue-painted Oval Covered
Box, probably New England, mid to
late 19th century, pine top and bottom
with bent maple sides fastened with
four fingers facing right and copper
tacks, original paint, (loss to cover
edge), ht. 8 1/2, 5 x 12 in.
Queen Anne Cherry Oval One-
drawer Tea Table, New England, 18th
century, the oval top on a one-drawer
skirt over slightly splayed turned legs
on pad feet, (imperfections), ht. 26, wd.
33 1/2, dp. 24 in.
Three Boxes and a Chest, a red-
painted chest on shaped bracket feet,
and three dome-top boxes, ht. to 19
1/2, wd. to 26, dp. to 16 in.
Country Red-painted Pine Hutch
Table, New England, 19th century, the
rectangular top with breadboard ends
on a lidded base and arched cutout
feet, ht. 28 1/2, wd. 72 1/4, dp. 34
1/4 in.
Four English Blue and White Delft
Plates, 18th century, three chinoiserie-
decorated and one floral-decorated,
dia. to 12 1/2 in.
Framed Oil on Canvas Painting of a
House, 20th century, unsigned, ht. 13
1/4, wd. 16 in.
Pair of Framed Oil on Board New
Hampshire Landscapes, 19th/20th
century, a view of Mt. Chocorua and a
view of Lake George, unsigned, each
with location inscribed on the reverse,
lg. 10, wd. 15 in.
Pennsylvania Yellow Paint-
decorated Covered Box, 19th
century, round wood box, the cover
with inlaid mother-of-pearl ring and red
and blue dot and teardrop borders,
the sides with red stylized flowers, the
interior containing five small apothecary
and needle boxes, ht. 2 7/8, dia. 4
1/8 in.
Rectangular-top Pine Hutch Table,
New England, 18th/19th century, the
base opening to reveal a well, raised
on arched cutout feet, ht. 29, wd. 55,
dp. 23 1/2 in.
Four Painted Ladder-back Chairs,
ht. to 41 in.
Federal-style Carved Mahogany
Card Table, the top with half-
serpentine ends and serpentine top on
a conforming skirt centering a raised
panel with relief-carved urn with fruit
and snowflakes, raised on ropetwist
legs, ht. 28 1/2, wd. 36, dp. 17 3/4 in.
Fifteen Mostly Blue and White
Chinoiserie-decorated English
Delft Plates, 18th century, including
examples from Bristol, Lambether,
Liverpool, and Ireland, (imperfections),
dia. to 9 1/4 in.
After Oswald W. Brierly (American,
19th Century)
CLUB CUP, undated. Lithograph
with hand-coloring, with inscriptions
“Open to All Yachts of All Classes and
Nations August 22, 1851/From the
Original Sketch Taken On the spot by
Oswald W. Brierly” in the matrix, sheet
size 18 1/2 x 26 1/4 in., in a period,
black-painted, molded wood frame.
Condition: Laid down, toning, stains.
Bittersweet-painted Lapped-seam
Covered Box, New Hampshire, 19th
century, round box with pine top and
bottom, bent ash sides with opposing
lapped-finger joinery, (minor cracks), ht.
1 3/4, dia. 4 3/8 in.
Provenance: Purchased from Tom
and Nan Lindsey, Meredith, New
Three Wrought Iron Eel Spears, lg.
to 15 in.
American School, 19th Century
Night Shore Scene. Unsigned. Oil on
canvas, sight size 16 3/4 x 25 3/4 in.,
framed. Condition: Abrasions, grime,
and punctures.
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Carved and Painted Folk Art Model
of a Victorian Church, 19th/20th
century, fitted with light fixture, ht. 19,
wd. 15, dp. 12 in.
Possibly Shaker Butternut Lift-lid
Storage Box, mid-19th century, the
dovetailed lid opens to a shallow
divided well, above the dovetailed
case with compartmented drawer, old
refinish, original pulls and brass bail
side handles, (imperfections), ht. 10
3/4, wd. 20 1/2, dp. 13 in.
Two Handled Woven Splint Baskets,
19th/20th century, ht. to 11 1/2, dia.
to 9 1/4 in.
Attributed to James Sharples, Sr.
(Anglo/American, 1751/52-1811)
Two Profile Sketch Portraits of
Gentlemen in Late 18th Century
Costume. Unsigned. Ink on paper, 7
3/8 x 5 1/8 in., in later molded giltwood
frames. Condition: Both with light
moisture stains, not examined out of
Shaker Small Rectangular Box, pine
box with fine dovetailed joinery, light
brown varnished surface, ht. 1 7/8, wd.
2, lg. 8 in.
Two Windsor Chairs, America, 18th
and 19th century, a sack-back Windsor
with shaped saddle seat and splayed
ring- and vase-turned legs, and a
rod-back Windsor side chair, ht. to 37,
sack-back seat ht. 16 1/2 in.
Shaker Brown-painted Schoolhouse
Desk, late 19th century, the
rectangular slightly canted top with
gallery above an open compartment
and four recessed square tapering legs
joined by horizontal planks, old surface,
(imperfections), ht. 29 1/2, wd. 29 1/2,
dp. 18 in.
Reproduction of a Shaker
Inspirational Drawing, after “The Tree
of Life” by Hannah Cahoon, unframed,
(imperfections), lg. 20, wd. 26 in.
Shaker Small Fancy Woven Splint
Basket, Mount Lebanon, New York,
c. 1880, rectangular form, the bent
upright handle with single carved
notch to accommodate the rim, with
flat surface on top and curved on the
underside to fit easily in the hand,
(losses), ht. to rim 3 1/4, ht. to top of
handle 6, wd. 6, lg. 8 in.
Reproduction Shaker Sisters
Wooden Tumbler Carrier, rectangular
divided tray with pierced handhold, the
bottom inscribed “For the sister’s glass
Tumblers Dining Room,” reddish brown
stained surface, ht. 7, wd. 7 3/8, lg.
18 1/2 in.
Reproduction of a Shaker
Inspirational Drawing, 20th century,
after “The Tree of Life” by Hannah
Cahoon, unframed, (imperfections), lg.
20, wd. 26 in.
Reproduction of the Bower of
Mulberry Silkscreen, 20th century,
unframed, lg. 25 1/4, wd. 20 in.
Shaker Rectangular Pine
Breadboard, 19th century, ht. 18, wd.
24 in.
Framed Shaker Print, 20th century,
depicting a fruiting tree, bees and blue
border, lg. 11, wd. 11 in.
Federal Maple Drop-leaf Table,
possibly Canada, early 19th century,
the rectangular overhanging top on a
conforming skirt and ring-turned legs,
ht. 28 3/4, wd. 16 1/2, dp. 35 3/4 in.
Reproduction of a Shaker
Inspirational Drawing, 20th century,
after “The Tree of Life” by Hannah
Cahoon, unframed, (imperfections), lg.
20, wd. 26 in.
Green-painted Tin and Glass
Lantern, America, 19th century, the
rectangular case with three glass
panes, ht. 8 3/4, wd. 4 1/4, dp. 3 1/2
Wrought Iron Rushlight, America,
18th/19th century, ht. 8 in.
After Charles Sheeler (American,
Country Interior. Signature printed
within the matrix. Chromolithograph,
18 1/4 x 16 1/2 in., framed.
Framed Reproduction Shaker Print,
20th century, after a piece by Hannah
Cahoon, depicting fourteen golden
apples, lg. 12 1/2, wd. 11 in.
Twenty-one 1954 “The Shaker Order
of Christmas” Pamphlets.
Small Reproduction Shaker Bench,
20th century, the rectangular seat on
cutout ends with metal reinforcing wire,
ht. 17 1/2, wd. 21 1/4, dp. 20 1/2 in.
Twenty-four Pieces of Mostly
Shaker Auction Catalogs, most from
Willis Henry Auctions, accompanied
by miscellaneous pamphlets and
Six Miscellaneous Shaker Tin
Dishes, America, 19th century, dia. to
14 1/2 in.
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Carved and Painted Folk Art
Diorama of a Group of Soldiers at
an Encampment, Max Block, 1981,
signed on back of base, ht. 11, wd. 16,
dp. 12 in.
Haskell & Allen, publishers (Boston,
19th Century)
The Coliseum Boston Mass.
Lithograph with hand-coloring on
paper, sight size 20 1/4 x 26 1/4
in., matted and framed. Condition:
Staining, toning, and creasing.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of the American Brig
WISSAHICKON. Unsigned. Oil on
canvas, 17 x 24 in., in a later molded
wood frame. Condition: Relined,
craquelure with associated paint
losses, retouch.
Two Folk Art Carved and Painted
Horse Scenes, one depicting four
horses pulling a Wells Fargo carriage,
and the other of two horses pulling a
cart, ht. to 12 1/2, wd. to 36 1/2, dp.
8 3/4 in.
Late Federal Mahogany and
Mahogany Veneer Drop-leaf Table,
America, early 19th century, the top
with shaped ends on an apron raised
on foliate-carved and turned legs, ht.
29, leaves down wd. 21 3/4, leaves up
wd. 46, dp. 37 1/2 in.
Three Stained Glass Windows, Two
in a rectangular frame with colorless
fluted glass outer border, rectangular
panes of stained glass on interior
border, one centered by a painted
stained glass eagle medallion, the
other by a figural medallion, unmarked,
ht. 22 1/2, wd. 18 1/4; the third a
larger rectangular framed window with
painted central medallion depicting
a young woman picking fruit within
square and rectangular borders with
circular accents, including frame ht. 31,
wd. 25 in.
Provenance: An Ipswich,
Massachusetts, home.
Five Assorted Country Chairs, a
ladder-back armchair, two ladder-back
side chairs with woven rush seats,
a grain-painted rocker with caned
seat, and a Queen Anne side chair
with baluster splat and vase and ring
turnings, ht. to 42 1/4 in.
Two Large Balls of White Twine, dia.
to 17 1/2 in.
Two Bucherer Figures, a man and a
woman with moveable joints, both in
felt clothes, ht. to 8 1/4 in.
Marquetry-inlaid Miniature Chest,
late 19th/early 20th century, with a
molded cornice and central pediment
over a cresting with inlaid dove, heart,
cross, and anchor, reading “FOR MY
DEAR” with stars at either side, the
lower section with a lift-top chest,
reading “MOTHER” on the front, raised
on scrolled feet, by A.E. Lutz, ht. 18,
wd. 10, dp. 5 1/4 in.
Carved and Painted Wood
Apothecary Mortar and Pestle Sign,
ht. 18 1/2, dia. 13 in.
Federal Cherry One-drawer Stand,
New England, early 19th century, the
square top with ovolo corners on a
one-drawer skirt and ring- and post-
turned legs, ht. 28 1/2, wd. 19 1/4,
dp. 20 in.
Classical Cherry and Maple Veneer
One-drawer Drop-leaf Table, (loss),
ht. 28 1/2, wd. 18 3/4, dp. 20 in.
Paint-decorated Glazed Two-part
Corner Cupboard, the overhanging
molded cornice over two glazed doors
opening to a shelved interior, on a
base with three short drawers over two
paneled, hinged doors, (imperfections),
ht. 77 1/2, wd. 50 1/2, dp. 21 in.
Nine Pieces of Stone Fruit, 19th
century, two figs, three nectarines, an
apricot, a persimmon, an orange, and
a peach, ht. to 3 1/4 in.
Framed Double-page “Grand
Panoramic View of the East Side of
Washington Street, Boston,” from
Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing-Room
Companion, c. 1855, the three-part
panoramic view of the city going from
the corner of State Street to No. 206,
E.M. Major, engraver, and William J.
Pierce, lithographer, hand-colored,
sight size 14 x 21 1/4 in., (crease along
centerfold, not examined out of frame).
Eleven Framed Items, 19th century,
seven frames, a sketch of a girl, a
reverse-painting on glass mounted as
a tray, a tinsel theorem, and a hand-
colored Nathaniel Currier engraving
titled “The Arabs Bride,” lg. to 18 1/4,
wd. to 19 1/2 in.
Group of Milk-related Items,
including a tin “Foremost butter
milk” sign, a milk carrier with painted
wooden milk jugs, and an Allentown
Dairy cottage cheese cup, lg. to 30 in.
Carved and Turned Walnut Tester
Bed and a Chippendale Walnut Side
Chair, footboard with ropetwist and
lobed urn posts, and a heart-carved
headboard with scrolled foliage,
together by association; the chair
with heart-pierced splat on a woven
rush seat, square molded legs, and
stretcher base.
Black-painted and Turned Ladder-
back Armrocker, America, early 19th
century, the acorn finial on turned
stiles joining three slats and arms on a
woven splint seat, ht. 34 1/2, wd. 24,
dp. 30 in.
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Country Carved Pine Two-part
Corner Cupboard, America, 19th
century, the top section with broken-
arch cornice and carved rosettes over
two arched glazed doors, opening to
a four-shelf interior, set atop a base of
three drawers over two paneled hinged
doors and bracket feet, ht. 93, wd. 45
1/2, dp. 19 1/2 in.
Cast Iron and Brass Hand sTrammel,
1868, lg. 50 in.
Three Hooked Rugs, 19th/20th
century, an elongated oval rug with
multicolored field and black band, a
rectangular rug with central medallion
depicting a dove, and a rectangular rug
with checkered interior, lg. to 87, wd.
to 30 1/2 in.
Three Shirred Rugs, with black border
framing a field of multicolored pieces,
lg. to 53, wd. to 28 in.
Carved Pine Shadow Box, 20th
century, the shaped cornice centering
a carved stylized cross, over a shadow
box of five fans, two crossed swords
with heart-shaped pommels, and a
chip-carved cross, ht. 20 1/2, wd. 15
1/4, dp. 5 1/4 in.
After Grant Wood (American, 1891-
A Later Copy After Parson Weems’
Fable, 1939. Unsigned. Graphite
on mat board, sheet size 32 x 40 in.,
framed. Condition: Taped to window
mat in margins.
Group of Domestic Items, including
a red-painted turned treen bowl, two
heart-form molds, a Buckeye Ice &
Coal Co. icepick, a chopper, and wire
basket, bowl ht. 3, dia. 6 1/2 in.
Group of Antique Decorative
Objects, England and America, early
19th century, a pink lustre child’s
SHOP WILL KEEP THEE” (repair), two
wrought iron oil lamps, a near pair of
brass baluster-turned candlesticks,
a wrought iron miner’s lamp, a blown
colorless glass fluid lamp with single
burner, and an apricot lustre plaque
Two Primitive Carvings, a paint-
decorated carved root snake, and a
winder with carvings depicting two
birds, a flower, and a crab, lg. to 37
1/2 in.
Pictorial Hooked Rug, America, early
to mid-20th century, rectangular rug
hooked with mostly wool segments,
depicting a New England farm scene
with houses, barn, stone wall, covered
horse-drawn wagon, and a little girl
fishing in a stream, 26 x 47 in.
Two Pieces of American Pottery,
20th century, a polychrome chalkware
dove-form bank, and a redware figure
of a recumbent lion, ht. to 10, wd. to 8
1/2, dp. to 7 3/4 in.
Federal Cherry Candlestand, New
England, early 19th century, the
serpentine top with squared ends on a
vase-, ring-, and post-turned shaft and
tripod base of cabriole legs and spade
feet, (refinished), ht. 29, wd. 19 1/2,
dp. 19 in.
Country Pine Two-part Corner
Cupboard, America, 19th century, the
upper section with open shelves on a
base with one drawer and one hinged
door, ht. 70 3/4, wd. 35, corner dp.
24 in.
Pine Tall Clock, A & C Edwards,
Ashby, Massachusetts, late 18th
century, the Roman numeral dial with
cast brass foliage, number 109, with
wooden works, on a typical tall clock
case, ht. 90, wd. 20 1/2, dp. 12 1/4 in.
Five Stoneware Vessels, 19th and
20th century, two small jugs, a “Whites
Utica, NY” two-gallon churn with
stylized cobalt pinecone decoration
and lug handles, a four-gallon bird-and
sprig-decorated churn, and an ovoid
floral-decorated jug, ht. to 15 1/2 in.
Paint-decorated Leather Fire Bucket
and a Portuguese Yarn Rug, the
bucket reading “Boston Fire Society/
David Shute,” with central painted
medallion depicting a nautical scene,
(restoration), bucket ht. 14 in.
Seven Early American Ads and
Posters, including a Bradley’s
Superphosphate advertisement,
depicting a Native American with corn,
an event notice for a statuary exhibit
opening, a commemorative broadside
for the “Gallant Fallen,” and Hirsch &
Co. advertisement, ht. to 43 3/4 in.
Framed Reverse-painted Glass
“Tinsel” Picture of Flowers, America,
19th century, lg. 12 1/4, wd. 15 1/2 in.
Group of Brass and Iron Fireplace
Accessories, a pair of ball-top
andirons, a wrought iron fork with
ram’s-head handle, a pair of tongs, a
brush, a wall hook, and an electrified
wrought iron floor lamp, ht. to 56 1/4
Chippendale-style Mahogany Tilt-
top Table and a Small Hamadan
Rug, the table with round top on an
acanthus-carved baluster-form shaft,
carved cabriole legs and claw-and-ball
feet, table ht. 28 1/4, dia. 25 3/4 in.
Red-painted Poplar Box, 1883, the
dovetailed box with black lettering
reading “P.N.B. 1883,” ht. 16 1/2, wd.
26, dp. 14 in.
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Blue-painted Glazed Corner
Cupboard, America, 19th century, the
flat-molded cornice over two glazed,
hinged doors opening to a red-painted
three-shelf interior, over two molded,
paneled cupboard doors and bracket
base, (imperfections), ht. 85 1/4, wd.
44, dp. 20 1/4 in.
Brass Floral-pierced Fire Fender,
19th/20th century, ht. 12 1/4, wd. 44,
dp. 15 in.
Two Engraved Brass and Turned
Wood Bed Warmers, 19th century,
(damage), lg. to 44 in.
Two Framed Works, a hand-colored
engraving titled “Landing of United
States Troops at Fort Walker After the
Bombardment, November 7th, 1861,”
and an engraving and memorial to
John Joe, ht. to 21 1/4, wd. to 15 1/2
Five Mostly English Ceramic
Vessels, a Staffordshire frog mug with
relief-molded drinking scene, a Doulton
Lambeth mug decorated with white
relief, a copper lustre cup with floral
motifs, a paint-decorated toby jug, and
a blue and white figural decanter of a
religious figure, ht. to 11 1/2 in.
Child’s Red-painted Fire Truck Pull
Wagon, 19th/20th century, ht. 23, wd.
41, dp. 15 1/2 in.
Diminutive Georgian Mahogany
Chest of Drawers, England, late 18th
century, the rectangular thumbmolded
top over a conforming case of four
graduated, cockbeaded drawers, on
shaped bracket feet, (damage), ht. 33
1/4, wd. 31 1/4, dp. 17 1/4 in.
Christiansen Co. Maple Worktable,
Chicago, Illinois, 19th/20th century, ht.
33, wd. 55, dp. 21 3/4 in.
Six Assorted Glass Items, 19th and
20th century, a pair of opalescent
pressed lacy glass floriform tiebacks,
an amber Masonic/Keene flask, a
colorless toby jug, a “Westward Ho”
EAPG compote, and a lobed compote,
(imperfections), ht. to 12 1/4 in.
Eleven Single Brass Candlesticks,
18th and 19th century, ht. to 11 in.
Large Patchwork Pattern Wool
Hooked Rug, America, mid-20th
century, comprising seventy squares
depicting a varied array of flower
designs, abstract and geometric
designs, and animals, including a pony,
a dog, and birds, (minor toning, losses,
repairs, minor seam separations), 7 x
10 ft.
Five Mostly Pewter Decorative
Objects, 19th/20th century, two
pewter ladles, a pewter hand-lamp, a
pewter charger stamped “EWD,” and
a large tole tray with serpentine edges,
lg. to 22 3/4, wd. to 29 1/4 in.
Seven Small Decorative Items, a
small tin bird toy, four pins, a miniature
gun, and a Civil War calico, ht. to 3 in.
Mahogany and Pine Clerk’s Stool,
England, mid-19th century, the carved
seat with stylized and pierced handle
raised on turned legs with spindle
stretchers, ht. 28 1/2 in.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany and
Mahogany Veneer Sideboard,
possibly New York, c. 1800, the top
with elliptical center and concave
ends with stringed edges on a case
of one bowed central drawer and two
recessed, hinged cupboard drawers
flanked by three drawers and one faux
drawer front, all with crossbanding,
stringing, and inlaid fans, on square
tapering legs, (imperfections), ht. 40
1/2, wd. 71 3/4, dp. 25 1/2 in.
Turned and Molded Oak and Oak
Veneer Court Cupboard, possibly
England, late 17th century, the dentil
molded cornice over two drawers and
two hinged doors, with projecting and
recessed geometric molded paneling,
supported by turned bun feet, (loss),
ht. 47, wd. 45 1/4, dp. 22 3/4 in.
Eight Brass Candlesticks, 19th
and 20th century, including three
chambersticks, one being adjustable,
and a short pair with rectangular base,
ht. to 11 1/2 in.
Four Decorative Items, 19th and 20th
century, a turned wood mortar and
pestle, two possibly German porcelain
apothecary jars, and a stoneware rum
barrel with red banding and central
tablet with gilt and stenciled lettering,
ht. to 13 in.
Two Painted Wooden Boat-form
Containers, 20th century, lg. to 31 in.
Five Wood Game Boards, two folding
checkerboards, a solitaire game board
with marbles, a painted square panel
checkerboard, and a parquetry-inlaid
checkerboard, lg. to 17 1/4, wd. to 17
1/2 in.
Regency-style Inlaid Mahogany
Dome-top Cellaret on Stand, ht. 25
1/2, wd. 20 1/4, dp. 11 1/2 in.
Queen Anne Carved Cherry Flat-top
Highboy, ht. 64, wd. 38 in.
Chippendale-style Leather-
upholstered Mahogany Wing
Chair, the serpentine cresting and
shaped sides joining scrolled arms
on a bowed, overupholstered frame,
molded square legs, and stretcher
base, (imperfections), ht. 42 1/2, wd.
30, dp. 33 in.
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Four Writing Boxes, one small and
black-painted, one mahogany, one
burl walnut veneer, and a paint-
decorated box with lid depicting
scrolled foliage and bird, all opening to
a compartmented interior and a velvet
writing surface, ht. to 4 3/4, wd. to 15
1/4, dp. to 9 in.
Six Framed Harry K. Lee Landscape
Paintings, America, late 19th century,
three depicting winter scenes, one of
a building reading “Oakdale,” and two
river scenes, signed “H.K. Lee” l.r., ht.
to 10 1/4, wd. to 14 3/4 in.
Pair of Framed Chinese Eglomise
Panels, 20th century, depicting winter
hunting scenes, ht. 23, wd. 16 3/4 in.
Four Tin and Glass Globe Lanterns,
19th century, three with pierced stars,
and one with stipple piercings, ht. to
14 in.
Transitional Chippendale Mahogany
Side Chair, Massachusetts, c. 1760,
the cresting with molded ears centering
a pierced splat joining a slip seat and
cabriole legs with vase-, ring-, and
block-turned stretcher on platformed
pad feet, (imperfections), ht. 37 1/2,
seat ht. 17, wd. 23, dp. 19 1/2 in.
Provenance: According to a plaque
attached to the chair, it originally
belonged to Thomas Chamberlin and
Rebecca Page. It descended through
at least three generations of the
Chamberlin family before being sold
out of Hingham, Massachusetts, to
dealer George Considine of Dartmouth,
Massachusetts. The consignor
acquired the chair in 1968.
Country Maple Oval-top Tea Table,
New England, late 18th/early 19th
century, the oval top on a rectangular,
molded skirt and square legs,
(damage), ht. 26 1/4, wd. 33, dp. 26 in.
Chippendale Upholstered Mahogany
Wing Chair, England, c. 1770, the
serpentine cresting joined by shaped
ends and vertical scrolled arms, on
square legs and stretcher base, ht. 45
3/4, seat ht. 15, wd. 32 1/2, dp. 25 in.
Four Square Wood and Glass
Lanterns, 19th/20th century, ht. to
13 in.
Framed Charcoal Portrait Profile
Sketch of a Gentleman, America,
early to mid-19th century, sight lg. 17
1/4, wd. 13 1/2 in.
Four Decorative Boxes, 19th and
20th century, an inlaid mahogany
veneer box with marbled wallpaper
interior, a near pair of parquetry-inlaid
boxes, and a box with scrolled tack
decoration, ht. to 4, wd. to 10, dp. to
7 in.
Partial Blue and White Transfer-
decorated Tea Set, England, 19th
century, a teapot, covered sugar,
creamer, twelve cups, and twelve
assorted saucers, (damage), ht. to 6
1/2 in.
Framed Theorem of Bird on a
Branch, late 19th century, the bird
framed in a flowering wreath, painted
on velvet, (imperfections), sight lg. 14,
wd. 11 3/4 in.
Three Early Tin Lanterns, 19th
century, two pierced and painted
lantern, ht. to 15 in.
Group of Assorted Decorative Items,
including a woven splint double-melon
form basket, a “J.H. Bodine & Co.”
iron, a red-painted cast iron miniature
scale, and an “M. Mahoney of Troy,
NY” iron, ht. to 13 in.
Assorted Group of Fireplace Tools,
including a crosshatched tool stand,
tongs, a shovel, and a poker, ht. to
31 in.
Nathaniel Currier Hand-colored
Engraving Fording the River, sight lg.
11 1/2, wd. 16 in.
Eleven Cast Iron Fence-form Boot
Scrapes, ht. to 5 1/4, wd. to 7 in.
Windsor Sack-back Chair, New
England, late 18th century, with six
spindles, shaped saddle seat, and
vase- and ring-turnings, old refinish,
(damage), ht. 38 3/4, seat ht. 18 in.
Chippendale Inlaid Mahogany
and Mahogany Veneer Secretary/
Bookcase Top, southern United
States, late 18th century, the string-
inlaid cornice with molded arches and
turned and applied drops over two
glazed, hinged doors with stringed
mullions centering two inlaid urn
medallions, opening to a four-shelf
interior, (damage), ht. 54, wd. 45 3/4,
dp. 15 1/4 in.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Veneer
Slant-lid Desk, possibly southern
United States, early 19th century,
the string-inlaid and crossbanded
thumbmolded lid opening to an interior
of six drawers, two document drawers,
and six compartments centering a
prospect door, over a case with four
graduated, cockbeaded and string-
inlaid drawers and chevron-inlaid
canted stiles, raised on flaring French
feet, (damage), ht. 44, wd. 43, dp. 21
1/4 in.
Five Tin and Glass Lanterns, 19th
century, including three with star-
pierced lids, ht. to 17 in.
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Three Wooden Items, a miniature
easel, a reverse painted and stenciled
calling box, and a shaving mirror with
scrolled supports, ht. 14, wd. 15 1/4,
dp. 9 in.
Framed Currier & Ives Hand-colored
Engraving of Central Park, America,
mid-19th century, (loss), sight lg. 11
3/4, wd. 16 1/4 in.
William Barss (American, 1916-1990)
Portrait of a Boy and Hobby Horse.
Signed “Barss” l.r. Oil on canvas, 15
3/4 x 10 3/4 in., framed.
Three-color Woven Jacquard
Coverlet, 19th century, the field
populated with flowering urns and
birds, bordered by Chinese-style
structures, lg. 75, wd. 72 in.
Bamboo-turned Windsor Settee, ht.
35 1/2, wd. 46, dp. 17 in.
Queen Anne Cherry One-drawer
Candlestand, the rectangular top with
single drawer on a turned baluster
shaft and tripod cabriole leg base,
(restoration), ht. 25, wd. 18, dp. 15
1/4 in.
Cherry Tall Clock, Pennsylvania,
cherry case, solid serpentine scroll
top with wooden finials, scroll-top
waist door, half columns flank the inset
base panel, all on turned feet, 12-in.
floral decorated painted wooden dial
with raised chapter ring, eight-day,
wood and brass Black Forest-style
movement powered by two cast iron
weights and regulated by a pendulum,
ht. 93 in.
Small Leather-covered Dome-top
Lady’s Box, America or England, early
to mid-19th century, the box with a
tacked exterior and domed-lid opening
to reveal an interior with a pincushion-
adorned lid and heart-form mirror on
underside, (damage), ht. 6 3/4, wd. 12,
dp. 7 in.
Group of Wooden Domestic Items,
America, 19th century, including a red-
stained maple trencher, a tiger maple
rolling pin, and an assortment of butter-
related items, lg. to 18 1/2 in.
Framed Currier & Ives Hand-
colored Engraving The Sinking of
the “Cumberland” by the Iron Clad
“Merrimac,” Off Newport News VA
March 8th 1862, sight lg. 9 3/4, wd.
13 3/4 in.
Three-color Wool Woven Coverlet,
lg. 97, wd. 82 in.
Bamboo-turned Windsor Bench,
New England, early 19th century, the
rectangular, spindle back on a rush-
woven seat, bamboo-turned legs and
stretcher base, ht. 34 1/4, wd. 71, dp.
24 in.
Country Cherry Desk on Frame,
America, early 19th century, the upper
section with two paneled, hinged doors
opening to a six-compartment interior,
over two thumbmolded short drawers,
set into a lower section with pullout
writing surface and single drawer on
square tapering legs, ht. 41 1/4, wd.
28 1/2, dp. 15 in.
Country Pine Glazed Corner
Cupboard, America, 19th century, the
two glazed, hinged doors opening to a
white-painted three-shelf interior, over
two molded and paneled cupboard
doors, ht. 66 3/4, wd. 34 1/2, dp. 18
1/2 in.
Group of Stoneware Vessels, 19th
and 20th century, two “Kelly” ginger
beer bottles, dated 1874, three Greg
Shooner redware vessels; a churn with
molded medallions, a small dendrite-
decorated pot with pinched rim, and
an ovoid, green-glazed covered jar,
four assorted planters, a frog, and a
hand-blown glass panel, ht. to 14 1/4
Group of Decorative Items, including
a colorless pattern glass chalice with
star decoration, a Leeds pepper pot
with blue banding, three sheet iron
hogscrapers, a colorless pattern glass
bank, two blue and white tin-glazed
plates, and a pink lustre transfer-
decorated plaque, ht. to 16 in.
Two Framed Engravings, America,
mid 19th century, a Nathaniel Currier
hand-colored “The Declaration of
Independence,” and a Currier and Ives
“General Grant and Family,” lg. to 15,
wd. to 18 in.
Two Framed Currier Hand-colored
Engravings of Martin Van Buren and
William Henry Harrison, lg. to 17, wd.
to 13 in.
Five Stoneware Vessels, New
England, mid- to late-19th century, a
small ovoid “Swan & State/Stonington”
jug, an “S. Risley/Norwich” ovoid jug,
and three “Armstrong & Wentworth/
Norwich” vessels; an ovoid jug with
applied strap handles, and two cobalt-
decorated ovoid jars with lug handles,
(imperfections), ht. to 12 in.
Pair of Mahogany Chippendale
Chairs, America or England, late 18th
century, with a pierced and scrolled
vasiform splat on an overupholstered
seat, square legs and stretcher base,
ht. 37, wd. 19 1/2, dp. 19 1/2 in.
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Country Pine Dry Sink, America,
early 19th century, the case with two
drawers over two paneled hinged
doors, with remnants of an old red-
painted surface, ht. 32 1/4, wd. 42 1/2,
dp. 20 1/2 in.
Child’s Shaker Production
Armrocker, 19th/20th century, the
back with three splats and acorn finials
on a tape-woven seat and turned legs,
ht. 23 1/4, wd. 14 1/2, wd. 16 1/2 in.
Seven Small Mostly Carved Bone
Implements, 19th/20th century, lg.
to 5 in.
Two Pairs of Colorless Glass Oil
Lamps, 19th century, one pair with
pressed heart decoration, ht. to 10
1/4 in.
Twenty-nine Early Glass Items,
including various cordials, wines, and
tumblers, a cobalt shot glass, two
opaque saucers with heart-borders, an
olive eagle flask, and amber three-mold
inkwell, and a small colorless glass
bottle with scrolled foliage and the
initials “DR” flanking an urn, ht. to 12
1/4 in.
Pair of Colorless Glass Covered
Jars, 19th century, the body with two
bands and a rough pontil, ht. 12 1/4,
dia. 6 1/2 in.
Six Bamboo-turned Windsor Chairs,
early 19th century, five similar bow-
back side chairs and a sack-back chair
with bamboo-turned spindles, legs,
and stretcher, ht. to 38 1/2 in.
Red-painted Blanket Chest,
New England, late 18th century,
(imperfections), ht. 24, wd. 45 1/2, dp.
18 in.
Red-painted Pine Bench, 19th/20th
century, ht. 18 1/2, wd. 72, dp. 11 in.
Group of Decorative Objects, a
framed needlepoint, two mirrors, and
three branch-form walking sticks, lg. to
45 1/2 in.
Ten Cased Daguerreotypes of
Gentlemen, 19th century, (losses), ht.
to 4 3/4, wd. to 3 3/4 in.
Three Framed Currier & Ives Hand-
colored Engravings, titled “American
Homestead Summer/Autumn/Spring.,”
sight lg. to 9 1/4, wd. to 13 3/4 in.
Fifteen Pieces of Ironstone Pottery,
including a faceted covered sugar with
floral knop, a small serving dish with
corn knop, and various mixing bowls,
ht. to 11 1/2 in.
Queen Anne-style Cherry Chest of
Drawers, the high chest top with a
fan-carved central drawer flanked by
two short drawers over four graduated
and thumbmolded long drawers, on a
bracket base, (alterations), ht. 39, wd.
36 1/4, dp. 18 in.
“Herdryx” Green-painted Birdcage
on Stand, ht. 63 1/2 in.
Painted and Stencil-decorated
Fairbanks Standard Scale, late 19th
century, with a pierced and red- and
gold-painted nameplate reading
“Fairbanks” and a stenciled logo
depicting the world and name within
a banner, ht. 54 1/2, wd. 27 1/2, dp.
30 1/2 in.
Two Pieces of Imari Porcelain and a
Fitzhugh Platter, 19th/20th century,
wd. to 21, dp. to 17 1/4 in.
Oil on Canvas of a River Scene with
Cattle, America, 19th century, lg. 8
1/2, wd. 11 1/2 in.
Two Currier & Ives Hand-colored
Engravings, one framed, titled “A New
England Home,” and an unframed
“The Western Farmers House,”
(imperfections), sight to lg. 11, wd. to
14 1/2 in.
Gilt and Molded Copper Eagle
Weathervane, early 20th century,
the full-bodied spreadwing figure with
cast zinc head perched atop a copper
sphere over an arrow, (imperfections),
ht. 17 3/4, wd. 18 1/4, dp. 22 1/2 in.
Two Framed Currier & Ives Hand-
colored Engravings, titled “The
Meeting of the Waters.” and “Hush! I’ve
a Nibble,” sight lg. to 10 1/2, wd. to
13 1/2 in.
Three Painted Cast Iron Cat
Doorstops, two seated, and one
standing by Greenblatt Studios, ht. 9
Five Mostly Cast Iron Dog
Doorstops, ht. to 8 1/2 in.
Nineteen Painted Metal Decorative
Items, including a pair of polychrome,
cast iron, floriform candlestick holders,
a gilt-metal dolphin and shell-form door
knocker, and a J.M. Raleigh cast figure
of a girl with outstretched arms, ht. to
8 in.
Six Pieces of Art Pottery, a brass-
mounted tile tray, a three-handled
vase in a green glaze, a flower-molded
majolica pedestal in mottled green and
brown, two majolica jardinières: one
with molded flowers, one with lobed
body, and a small vase, ht. to 18 in.
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Framed Needlework Sampler, 19th
century, the silk stitching on linen
foundation with five rows of alphabets
and numbers over a bird and flower
frieze, bearing the initials “C.M.,” lg. 18
1/4, wd. 9 1/4 in.
Three Cast Iron Bird Doorstops,
two parrots, one polychrome, and a
polychrome peacock, ht. to 7 1/4 in.
Red-painted Two-piece Step-back
Cupboard, America, 19th century,
the upper section with overhanging
cornice and two paneled, hinged doors
opening to a three-shelf interior, set
atop a lower section with two drawers
and two cupboard doors on cutout
feet, ht. 77 1/2, wd. 44 1/4, dp. 19
1/4 in.
Paint-decorated Windsor Potty
Chair, probably Maine, c. 1825, the
rectangular cresting with sponge-
painted tablet depicting stenciled
leaves over scrolled arms and scratch-
carved seat and chamber pot, on
bamboo-turned legs, ht. 34 1/4, wd.
22 1/2, dp. 19 in.
Group of Country Furniture, a
black-painted Windsor armrocker, a
green-painted bench, a small blue- and
white-painted stool and rack, and a
black-painted tilt-top candlestand.
Pair of Cast Iron Owl Andirons, late
19th century, with glass eyes, depicted
perched on branches, ht. 15 3/4 in.
Five Decorative Items, a mold-
blown green glass decanter, a boxed
Lindstrom mechanical Sweeping
Mammy toy, a carved and painted
Noah’s ark and animals, a folk-painted
matryoshka doll, and a cutout wooden
parrot, ht. to 10 1/2 in.
Six Currier & Ives Hand-colored
Horse Engravings, titled “Rysdyk’s
Hambletonian,” “Charley Ford,”
“Mauds,” “Hannis,” “Hopeful,” and
“Thomas Jefferson,” sight lg. to 12,
wd. to 17 1/4 in.
Framed Watercolor of a Gentleman,
18th/19th century, the recumbent
pensive man seated against a tree
with town in background and pinprick
details, lg. 15 1/2, wd. 12 1/4 in.
Six Polychrome Cast Iron Nautical-
themed Doorstops, a pirate, a pair of
ships, and three Albany Foundry ships:
a small pair and a large single ship with
sails bearing lions, ht. to 8 in.
Tiger Maple Slant-lid Desk, New
England, mid to late 18th century, the
lid opening to a fitted interior of seven
mostly valanced compartments and
seven drawers, over a case of four
graduated thumbmolded drawers on
shaped bracket feet, (damage), ht. 43
3/4, wd. 36, dp. 17 1/2 in.
Country Turned Maple Armchair,
America, 19th century, the arched
cresting and heart-pierced splat joining
vase and ring turnings and a woven
rush seat, ht. 40 1/2, wd. 26 3/4, dp.
23 in.
Queen Anne Cherry Oval-top Tea
Table, New England, 18th century,
the oval top on a rectangular apron
with ovolo-shaped terminals,
circular tapering legs and pad feet,
(imperfections), ht. 25 3/4, wd. 32 1/2,
dp. 23 1/2 in.
Shaker Sabbathday Lake Maple
Box, Maine, 20th century, the figured
maple finger-lapped ovoid box with
rose-engraved lid, inscribed “Shakers
of Sabbathday Lake, ME.,” opening to
a silk-lined interior, ht. 2 1/2, wd. 7, dp.
4 1/4 in.
Paint-decorated Dome-top
Document Box, probably northern
Europe, 19th century, the box
decorated with birds and flowers within
a yellow-painted border, ht. 7 3/4, wd.
13, dp. 8 in.
John P. Newell (American, 19th
Century), J.H. Buffords, publisher
(Boston, 19th Century)
The Battle of Lake Erie, Commodore
O.H. Perry’s Victory. Identified in
inscriptions. Lithograph on paper,
sight size 17 3/4 x 26 1/2 in., framed.
Condition: Toning, minor water
damage, not examined out of frame.
Six Miscellaneous Polychrome
Doorstops and Bookends, including
a pair of standing boy bookends, a
doorstop depicting a castle atop a hill,
and a single bookend of a woman in a
garden, ht. to 8 in.
Georgian Carved Mahogany and
Mahogany Veneer Card Table,
England, 18th century, the shaped top
and conforming one-drawer skirt raised
on acanthus- and scrolled-carved
front legs with claw-and-ball feet and
cabriole rear legs ending in platformed
pad feet, (alterations), ht. 28 1/4, wd.
31, dp. 15 1/2 in.
Country Queen Anne Stained Maple
Armchair, New England, 18th/19th
century, the shaped cresting and
vasiform splat joined by scrolling arms,
woven rush seat, and vase-, block-,
and ring-turned supports and stretcher,
(imperfections), ht. 41, seat ht. 15 3/4,
wd. 25, dp. 22 in.
Eldred Wheeler Tiger Maple Desk/
Bookcase, the upper section with
molded cornice and two hinged,
paneled doors opening to a fitted
interior of valanced compartments,
carved drawers, and adjustable
shelves, with two candle slides, over
a lower section with slant-lid revealing
drawers and compartments and
four graduated, thumbmolded, long
drawers on ogee bracket feet, ht. 79,
wd. 35, dp. 20 in.
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Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Crock,
the three-gallon crock with bird and
floral sprig decoration, black-painted
interior, and lug handles, ht. 10 1/2,
dia. 10 3/4 in.
Polychrome Cast Iron Parrot
Doorstop, ht. 8 in.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton
“Basket of Flowers” Pattern Quilt,
America, early 20th century, composed
of red, white, and blue fabric, together
with a four-square “Basket” pattern
textile, (imperfections), lg. 71 1/2, wd.
Wood and Cast Iron Trade Sign,
19th/20th century, the gold-painted
oversized key with black bordering
affixed to a pine plank, lg. 30, wd. 10
3/4 in.
Fourteen Polychrome Floral
Doorstops, including an example by
Bradley & Hubbard, ht. to 11 in.
Pine Trestle Table, 19th/20th century,
ht. 30 1/2, wd. 79, dp. 31 1/2 in.
English Yew Comb-back Windsor
Armchair, 18th century, the concave
cresting and vasiform splat flanked
by spindles joining arms with slightly
carved terminals and a saddle seat,
on ring- and post-turned legs and
stretcher base, ht. 41, wd. 24 3/4, dp.
24 in.
Queen Anne Cherry Tilt-top Tea
Table, New England, 18th century, the
square top supported by a ring- and
urn-turned shaft and a cabriole leg
tripod base ending on platformed pad
feet, ht. 29, wd. 32 3/4, dp. 33 in.
Large Lapped-seam Box and a
Yellow-painted Bucket, the stave-
constructed bucket with two iron
hoops, and a bail pull, and an ovoid
box with finger-lapped top, ht. to 12,
wd. to 22 1/4 in.
Painted Wood and Canvas Canada
Goose Decoy, 20th century, carved
and painted head and tail with canvas
over frame body construction, (paint
wear), ht. 12 1/4, lg. 29 1/2 in.
Inlaid Rosewood Casket-form
Tea Caddy, America or England,
19th century, the intricately inlaid top
and case with geometric banding,
including diamonds chevrons, and
micromosaic tablets and banding, with
a conformingly decorated interior of
two compartments and a cut glass
bowl, all raised on flattened ball feet,
ht. 7 1/2, wd. 14 1/2, dp. 8 in.
Eight Mostly Polychrome Delft
Plates, 18th century, one with bianco
sopra bianco scalloped rim, decorated
with a pagoda scene, two blue and
white plates, and five floral-decorated
polychrome plates including a pair with
birds, dia. to 9 in.
Chippendale-style Walnut Two-
drawer Chest, the top with cornice
molding over a two-drawer case with
figured walnut drawer fronts, on ogee
bracket feet, ht. 29, wd. 39, dp. 20
1/2 in.
Chippendale Mahogany Wing
Chair, possibly New England, late
18th century, the serpentine cresting
and shaped sides joining horizontally
scrolled arms, on molded square legs
and stretcher base, ht. 43 1/2, wd. 31,
dp. 27 in.
Queen Anne Maple Candlestand,
New England, 18th century, the circular
top on a ring- and vase-turned shaft
and tripod base of cabriole legs with
ovolo knees, (damage), ht. 24, dia. 15
3/4 in.
Seven Framed Wax Portrait
Miniatures, England, 18th and 19th
century, including a bust of Alexander
Waugh by James Taffie, and a bust of
William Murray, 1st Earl of Mansfield,
ht. to 8 3/4, wd. to 8 3/4 in.
Kurz & Allison, publishers (American,
Battle of Five Forks, VA, c. 1886.
Identified in inscriptions in the matrix.
Chromolithograph on paper, sight size
21 1/2 x 27 3/4 in., framed. Condition:
Staining, toning, water damage, not
examined out of frame.
John P. Newell (American, 19th
Century), J.H. Buffords, publisher,
(Boston, 19th Century)
NEWPORT, R.I. IN 1730., 1884.
Identified in inscriptions. Lithograph
with hand-coloring on paper, sight size
21 1/2 x 31 1/2 in., framed. Condition:
Significant water damage, toning,
staining, visible loss to margin u.l., not
examined out of frame.
Three English Pearlware Teapots,
18th and 19th century, one decorated
with blue ring motifs and a gilt sybil
knop, one with molded oak leaf bands,
depicting two classical scenes in relief,
and one with molded foliage and insect
decoration, (restoration), ht. to 7 in.
Federal Bird’s-eye Maple One-
drawer Stand, New England, c. 1825,
the overhanging rectangular top on
a conforming one-drawer apron and
ring- and post-turned legs and double
ball-turned feet, ht. 27 1/4, wd. 17 1/2,
dp. 19 in.
Chippendale-style Wing Chair, the
serpentine cresting and shaped ends
joining horizontally scrolled arms, on
molded legs and a stretcher base, ht.
45, wd. 31 1/2, dp. 31 in.
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Chippendale Birch Tall Chest,
America, late 18th century, the molded
cornice on a case of two short over
five graduated, thumbmolded, long
drawers, on shaped bracket feet,
(imperfections), ht. 55 3/4, wd. 44 3/4,
dp. 21 1/2 in.
Bird’s-eye Maple Lap Desk, possibly
Massachusetts, early to mid-19th
century, (imperfections), ht. 6 3/4, wd.
19, dp. 11 in.
Wool Hooked Area Rug, late 19th/
early 20th century, with a faded red
field and brown border and central
medallion, (losses), 8 ft. 10 in. x 8 ft.
11 in.
Pair of Wrought Iron Gooseneck
Andirons, 19th century, ht. 16 1/2 in.
Two Overlay Glass Lamps, the
electrified kerosene lamps with white
cut-to-ruby reservoir, one with gilt
accents, on a cranberry cut-to-clear
shaft and gilt-metal-mounted marble
base, ht. to 27 in.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of the New Bedford Whaling
Ship John Carver. Unsigned,
accompanied by a typed document
detailing the history of the John Carver.
Oil on canvas, sight size 23 1/2 x 31
1/2 in., framed. Condition: Yellowing,
staining, mildew, grime, scattered
Approximately Sixty-two-piece
White Porcelain Partial Dinner
Service, 20th century, with gilt rims
and decorative knobs, including a
pitcher, a pair of covered serving
dishes, and a covered sugar,
(imperfections), ht. to 8, dia. to 9 1/2 in.
Oval Nantucket Basket, early 20th
century, with carved hardwood swing
handle, old varnished surface, (losses
to lashing), ht. to top of upright handle
13 1/2, wd. 12, lg. 15 in.
Round Nantucket Basketry Bowl,
early to mid-20th century, with carved
hardwood handles, (one handle with
repairs), ht. 4, dia. 8 3/4 in.
Amish Pieced Cotton Star of
Bethlehem Crib Quilt, America, late
19th/early 20th century, centered with
a large eight-point star composed of
solid colored diamond-shaped cotton
segments on a black field, with blue
border, edged with blue fabric and
backed with solid navy blue cotton
fabric, quilted with outline, rosette, and
chain stitching, mounted on a wood
frame, (minor scattered stains), 53 3/4
x 52 1/2 in.
Carved and Polychrome Painted
Bottle Whimsey Depicting Christ’s
Crucifixion, probably Continental,
late 18th century, the blown colorless
glass bottle with open pontil topped
with a stopper featuring a carved
bust of a man wearing a tricorn hat,
the interior of the bottle depicting a
scene with carved figures of Christ on
the cross flanked by the two thieves,
and an assortment of Roman soldiers
mounted on elaborately carved and
pierced ornaments, (loose elements,
paint loss), ht. 12 3/8 in.
Country Pine Blue-painted Dough
Box, 19th century, blue paint over
scrubbed surface and dovetailed
construction, on four molded stump
legs, (imperfections), ht. 31, wd. 42
1/2, dp. 25 in.
Federal Gilt-gesso Mirror, probably
New England, c. 1815, the molded
cornice above a panel of acanthus
in relief and glass flanked by molded
spiral-twist pilasters and beading,
(imperfections), ht. 29 1/4, wd. 19 1/2
Classical Carved Mahogany Sofa,
New England, second quarter 19th
century, the scrolled crest with
veneered concave tablet on a shaped
back, joined by paterae-inlaid scrolled
armrests, the frame raised on carved
paw feet with fruit and foliate-carved
knees, (imperfections), ht. 34, wd. 90,
dp. 25 1/2 in.
Nantucket Footed Basketry
Bowl, late 19th/early 20th century,
(imperfections), ht. 5 3/8, dia. 9 3/4 in.
Carved Walnut and Turned Ivory
Sperm Whale Figure, fully carved
figure on a turned ivory shaft and oval
walnut base with a small oblong ivory
plaque inscribed with the name of the
species “Sperm,” ht. 3 1/8, lg. 8 1/2 in.
Two Great Boston Fire-themed
Works, an unframed map from
Harper’s Weekly, c. 1872, “Bird’s-Eye
View of Boston, Showing the Burned
District,” reprinted with permission
from Currier & Ives; and a framed
photograph of the ruins of Franklin
Street in Boston following the fire,
dated November 2, 1872, (water
damage, toning).
Framed Calligraphic Exercise
Depicting a Fish, the fish drawn in
ink with curlicue designs to body,
monogrammed illegibly to l.r. and to
fish’s gill, (tack holes, foxing, tears, loss
to l.r. corner), sight size 9 x 17 7/8 in.,
Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Crock
with Flower Motif, “W. ROBERTS
BINGHAMTON, N.Y.,” late 19th
century, two-gallon tapered wide-
mouth oval crock with incised line
on shoulder, applied lug handles,
decorated with a large slip-trailed
blossom design, with cobalt-filled
impressed maker’s mark, (cobalt
design somewhat fried, chip on handle
in the making), ht. 9 7/8 in.
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Classical Grain-painted and Gilt-
stenciled Chamberstand, possibly
New York State, c. 1825-30, the
hinged lift top opens to a white-painted
interior with pierced shelf, above
a hinged paneled door flanked by
freestanding columns continuing to
turned feet, with drawer below, original
brass pulls, allover graining resembling
rosewood, with gilt-stenciled floral
designs and yellow pinstriping, (paint
wear and imperfections), ht. 32 1/4,
wd. 21, dp. 16 3/4 in.
Classical Split-baluster Mirror, New
England, c. 1830, the gilded and
ebonized frame with a reverse-painted
tablet showing a seated child holding
a red shoe, (imperfections), ht. 24 1/2,
wd. 12 in.
Turned Maple Ladder-back High
Chair, 18th century, with three shaped
slats, shaped arms on turned supports
continuing to legs ending in pad feet,
with vase- and ring-turned double front
stretchers, (restoration), ht. 41 1/2,
seat ht. 23 in.
Small Three-game Folding Game
Board, 19th century, square wood
panels with grain-painted mitered
molding, with wire hinges, the
two exterior panels painted with a
checkerboard and a mill game, the
interior with a painted backgammon
game, (lacking one piece of molding),
closed 7 3/4 x 7 3/4, open 7 3/4 x 15
1/2 in.
Jack M. Ducker (British, fl. 1910-30)
The Hills of Pembrokeshire. Signed
l.l., titled and dated “1926” on the
reverse. Oil on canvas, sight size 15
1/4 x 19 1/4 in., framed. Condition:
Minor loss to frame, some surface
Framed Chromolithograph
NEW YORK, after a sketch by F.
Catherwood, sight size 23 x 32 1/2 in.,
in a molded giltwood frame.
Carved and Painted Wood Pintail
Drake Decoy, America, early to mid-
20th century, with glass eyes, applied
lead pad weight on bottom, (minor
paint loss), ht. 6 1/2, lg. 18 1/2 in.
Red- and Black-painted Plank-
seat Rocker, America, mid to late
19th century, the shaped crest rail
with foliate stenciled decoration,
(imperfections), ht. 43 1/4, wd. 24 1/2,
dp. 28 in.
Connecticut Cherry Slant-lid Desk,
possibly Woodbury, Connecticut,
late 18th century, the lid opens to an
interior centering an inlaid prospect
door with flanking document drawers,
four valanced compartments and
three drawers, on a case of four
thumbmolded and graduated drawers
with reeded lambrequin corners, on
an ogee bracket base with scrolling
returns, brasses appear original,
(imperfections), ht. 44, wd. 38, dp. 19
1/2 in.
Federal Mahogany Shield-back Side
Chair, eastern Massachusetts, late
18th century, the carved and molded
splat decorated with ears of wheat
and cyma scrolls, on molded square
tapering legs, ht. 37 in.
W.B. BOWDEN” Trade Sign, America,
early 20th century, rectangular wood
panel, painted with a vignette of a
house, with red lettering on a mustard-
colored ground, with applied black-
painted molding, (shrinkage cracks,
minor paint losses, loss to molding
u.l.), 31 x 48 in.
Embossed Sheet Copper and Iron
Arrow/Bannerette Weathervane,
America, late 19th century, cast iron
arrow tip on tubular copper shaft with
shaped and embossed sheet copper
tail, no stand, old surface with vestiges
of earlier gilding and paint, (dents,
minor joinery separation on tail), ht. 21
1/2, lg. 37 in.
Wool and Cotton Hooked Rug with
Star and Stripes, America, early 20th
century, rectangular rug centered with
a red six-point star, on a tan striped
field, bordered on either end with blue,
red, and variegated brown and green
stripes, 17 x 29 in.
Wool Hooked Rug with Diamond
and Stripe Designs, America, early
20th century, rectangular rug centered
with a green-outlined tan diamond in a
rectangular reserve with red, gray, and
tan segments with variegated striped
borders, enclosed in a braided brown
border, 24 x 37 in.
Gilt and Painted Wood “Waterman’s
Ideal Fountain Pen” Advertising
Sign, America, late 19th/early 20th
century, turned fountain pen form with
applied brass ring and gold-painted
sheet metal nib, painted black with gilt
lettering, (gilt wear), lg. 39 1/4 in.
Federal Cherry Drop-leaf Table,
New England, 19th century, raised on
square tapering legs, ht. 26, leaves
down wd. 16 1/4, leaves extended wd.
46 1/2, dp. 48 in.
Two Thirty-hour Mahogany Ogee
Clocks, Connecticut, c. 1840, a
Chauncey Jerome with painted
wooden dial and reverse-painted glass
depicting a rural scene, and a Clark
Gilbert & Co. with a painted zinc dial,
and floral design reverse-painted glass,
both with thirty-hour, time and strike,
brass movements and paper labels,
ht. 26 in.
Federal Gilt Mirror, 19th century, with
theorem in upper panel, lg. 27, wd. 16
1/4 in.
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Liverpool Transfer-decorated
Creamware Jug with Ship Motifs,
England, early 19th century, the sides
depicting a ship in full sail and one
with sails partly furled, with a panoply
below, both ships flying the British
Union Jack, (spout chips, cracks), ht.
9 5/8 in.
Molded Copper and Cast Zinc
Running Horse Weathervane,
Cushing & White, Waltham,
Massachusetts, late 19th century,
full-body figure, with cast zinc head
and mane, mounted on a the copper
rod which retains an oval copper
manufacturer’s tag, impressed
MASS./PAT’D AUG-12 1868,” (losses,
dents, bullet holes), no stand, ht. 16
3/4, lg. 27 1/2 in.
Polychrome Painted Cast Iron Floral
Doorstop, late 19th or early 20th
century, ht. 6 1/4 in.
Pink-painted Woven Splint Flower
Basket, America, late 19th/early 20th
century, the basket with wooden
runners lashed to the bottom for
support, ht. 17, wd. 20 1/2, lg. 27 1/2
Provenance: Roger Bacon.
Two Windsor Chairs, 18th/19th
century, a braced bow-back side chair
and a brace-back continuous-arm
chair, (damage), ht. to 39 1/2, wd. to
19, dp. to 20 1/4 in.
Anglo-Indian Carved Armchair, 19th
century, the upholstered concave
back joining two reeded and scrolled
arms with flaring supports, raised on
tapering reeded legs, (imperfections),
ht. 27 1/2, wd. 20 3/4, dp. 23 1/2 in.
Red-painted Poplar Six-board
Chest, probably Pennsylvania, early
19th century, the molded lift top opens
to a well with lidded till and dovetail-
constructed box on bracket feet, old
red paint, ht. 23 3/4, case wd. 46,
case dp. 20 in.
Group of Miscellaneous Pottery,
a blue and white transfer-printed
ironstone sugar, a creamware
shaker, an earthenware pitcher and
an earthenware jug, both with blue
banding, (imperfections), ht. to 5 1/2,
wd. to 8, dp. to 5 1/2 in.
Framed Hand-colored Military-
themed Engraving “Target Firing
State Fencibles, Capt. J. Page, The
Seat of Dr. William Wetherill, Fatland
(Near Valley Forge), Montgomery
Co., Pa., June 14th, 1859,” image
size 15 3/4 x 22 3/4 in., framed,
(toning, rippling, foxing, not examined
out of frame).
American School, 19th Century
Small Portrait of a Lady Wearing a
Fancy Gown. Unsigned. Watercolor
on paper, 6 x 4 in., in a period mitered
wood frame. Condition: Toning,
creases, moisture stains, loss l.l.
Mason’s Ironstone Imari Palette
Decorated Partial Dinnerware Set,
England, 19th century, seventeen-
piece set comprising four dinner plates,
six soup plates, two luncheon plates,
and five dessert plates, (one soup plate
and one dinner plate with a hairline,
minor enamel wear), dia. 7 to 10 in.
Blue-painted Dome-top Box, New
England, 19th century, ht. 15 1/2, wd.
29 1/2, dp. 15 in.
Mahogany “Banjo” Clock, with
half round molding enclosing the
reverse-painted glasses, the lower
depicting a ship’s scene marked United
States & Macedonian, painted iron
Roman numeral dial, brass, eight-
day movement, lead weight, and
pendulum, ht. 30 in.
Country Federal Maple One-drawer
Tavern Table, New England, early 19th
century, the overhanging rectangular
top with breadboard ends on a one-
drawer skirt, raised on square tapering
legs, (damage), ht. 29, wd. 50 1/2, dp.
30 1/2 in.
Carved and Painted Bootmaker’s
Trade Sign, America, late 19th century,
fully carved boot painted red and black
with gold lettering “BOOTS” on two
sides, mounted on a shaped panel with
applied flower medallion and quarter-
engaged balusters, partial painted
address “127 E.,” in shades of red,
green, and mustard yellow, (later paint),
overall ht. 37, wd. 6, dp. 18 1/4 in.
Framed George Washington Print
The Prayer at Valley Forge, 19th
century, depicting Washington kneeling
with eyes cast upwards, hat on the
ground next to him, with soldiers in the
background, engraved by John McRae
after a painting by Henry Brueckner,
sight size 14 3/4 x 21 in., framed,
(rippling, toning, soiling to mat, not
examined out of frame).
Attributed to Henry Thomas Alken
(British, 1785-1851)
A Hunting Mishap. Signed or
inscribed in pencil l.l. Watercolor and
graphite on paper, sight size 5 1/4 x
6 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Toning,
spot of discoloration to u.l. quadrant,
not examined out of frame.
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Transfer-decorated Liverpool
Creamware Jug, England, early 19th
century, with black transfer decoration
with polychrome highlights, one side
depicting a British vessel, the reverse
depicting a sailor’s lady in a small
rowboat bidding adieu and waving to
a retreating ship, with a verse “Come
Box the Compass” and a depiction of a
compass and a sailor under the spout,
(discoloration, losses to gilt highlights,
hairline under the handle), ht. 10 1/2 in.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Brown-haired Brown-
eyed Boy. Unsigned. Oil on canvas
mounted on paperboard, 11 3/4 x 10
in. Condition: Paint losses l.c. and
u.r., light stains to upper quarter.
Sleeping Bluebill Decoy, reportedly
James Kelson, Lake St. Clair, Michigan,
mid-20th century, carved balsa wood
figure with head tucked in, delineated
bill, and inset glass eyes, with keel, ht.
7, lg. 13 in.
Two Transfer-decorated
Staffordshire Pottery Plates, James
and Ralph Clews, Cobridge, England,
1819-36, a dinner plate depicting
“Peace and Plenty” with basket of
flowers border, and a plate depicting
“Doctor Syntax reading his Tour,”
with printed title and impressed
maker’s mark, dia. 10 1/8, 8 7/8 in.,
Woven Splint Covered Basket,
19th/20th century, ht. 18, dia. 15 1/4
Attributed to Henry Thomas Alken
(British, 1785-1851)
Huntsman and Hounds. Signed or
inscribed in pencil l.l. Watercolor and
graphite on paper, sheet size 5 1/4 x
6 1/2 in., mounted to mat and framed.
Condition: Toning, not examined out
of frame.
Five Primitive Shorebird Decoys, all
mounted to a driftwood stand, ht. 12,
wd. 22 in.
Queen Anne Carved Maple Flat-
top High Chest, America, mid to
late 18th century, the upper section
with flat-molded cornice over central
fan-carved drawer and two short
drawers over three graduated long
drawers, the lower section with two
long drawers, each with faux drawer
fronts and scalloped skirt, supported
by cabriole legs and pad feet, top
and base together by association,
(imperfections), ht. 72 1/2, wd. 38, dp.
21 in.
Red-stained Federal Maple and Pine
Canopy Bed, New England, early
19th century, the two ring-turned posts
joining a shaped pine headboard and
two reeded posts, approximate ht. 82,
wd. 54, dp. 77 1/2 in.
Chippendale Inlaid Mahogany
Roundabout Chair, the shaped
arms and baluster splat on a square
slip seat, raised on front cabriole leg
with carved claw-and-ball foot, with
X-stretcher base, (loss), ht. 31 1/2, wd.
26 1/2, dp. 22 in.
Framed Porcelain Portrait Plaque
of a Gentleman, America, mid-19th
century, (loss), lg. 9 1/4, wd. 7 in.
Pair of Brass and Iron Double-belted
Lemon-top Andirons, New York, first
quarter 19th century, the finials on
baluster shafts, over spurred cabriole
legs with ball feet, ht. 20 1/2, wd. 10
1/4, dp. 16 3/4 in.
Small Framed Hairwork on Ivory
Memorial Picture, c. 1844, depicting
a weeping willow above an urn-topped
monument, the urn inscribed in sepia
ink with the initials “AMF(or S)L” the
monument indistinctly inscribed “--- 21
Sept. 1837/-----17 Nov. 1844,” (dust
and debris under glass), dia. 2 1/4 in.,
in a period molded wood frame with
gilt-brass liner.
Anglo/American School, 19th
Three Small Character Portraits of
Gentlemen. Indistinctly signed with a
character or overlapping initials l.r. or
l.l. Watercolor on paper, 5 x 8 x 5 in.,
unframed. Condition: Each mounted
on paperboard, minor toning.
Monmouth Pottery Co. Bust of
Lincoln, stamped on reverse “Stewart-
Ericson Co. Monmouth, Ill.” ht. 10, wd.
7 1/4, dp. 4 1/2 in.
Set of Four Grain-painted and
Stenciled Fancy Chairs, 19th century,
ht. 34 1/2, wd. 16 3/4, dp. 18 in.
Red-stained Cherry Candlestand,
New England, octagonal top with
beaded edge on a vase- and ring-
turned post with tripod cabriole legs
ending in pad feet, ht. 27 1/2 in.
Pair of Georgian Shield-back Side
Chairs, England, late 18th/early 19th
century, the molded serpentine crest
joining a pierced splat and bowed slip
seat with paneled blocks, raised on
molded square tapering legs, stretcher
base, and spade feet, ht. 37 1/4, wd.
20 1/4, dp. 21 1/2 in.
Four Battersea Enameled Objects,
England, 19th century, a pair of
tiebacks and two trinket boxes, ht. to 2
1/4, wd. to 1, dp. to 2 3/4 in.
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Small Needlework Sampler, 1785,
stitched with wool threads on linen
backing, depicting rows of alphabets
and numbers, reading “C. Searle
1785,” ht. 7, wd. 5 3/4 in.
Anglo School, 19th Century
Small Profile Portrait of a Young
Man Wearing a Cap. Unsigned.
Watercolor and gouache on paper, 5
x 3 1/2 in., in a period molded wood
frame, the backing paper with a
London area framer’s label. Condition:
Several areas of paint possibly adhered
to the glass, foxing, minor toning.
Two Chinese Export Porcelain
Mugs, late 18th century, polychrome
decoration of rococo-shaped reserves
depicting families at leisure outside
a pavilion in a river landscape, and
smaller reserves with flowers, birds,
and small landscapes, on an iron red,
black, and gilt Y-diaper field (repair to
handle), the larger with iron red and
black cell diaper rim band, the smaller
with underglaze blue cell diaper rim
band and flowers, (imperfections), ht. 4
3/4, 4 3/8 in.
Provenance: The estate of Peter L.
Walnut Tilt-top Tea Table,
Pennsylvania, mid-18th century, the
circular dished top tilts on a birdcage
support and bulbous vase- and
ring-turned post and tripod base
of cabriole legs with paneled knees
ending in pad feet on platforms, (minor
imperfections), ht. 29, dia. 32 in.
Assembled Set of Three Queen Anne
Maple Side Chairs, New England,
mid-18th century, all with spooned
crests, vasiform splats, bulbous turned
front stretchers, and carved Spanish
feet, refinished, ht. to 41 3/4, seat ht.
to 17 1/4 in.
Chippendale Mahogany Veneer
Parcel-gilt Scroll-frame Mirror, 18th
century, the crest with pierced and
carved phoenix, above a mirror with
molded liner and incised gilt caulking,
(damage), lg. 34, wd. 18 1/2 in.
Chinese Export Armorial Covered
Tureen and Tea Caddy, 18th century,
small chamfered rectangular tureen
with cassia flower knop and reeded
lapped handles with fruit terminals,
the cover and sides ornamented
with a coat of arms, with undulating
fruiting vine border; and a tea caddy
decorated with a wreath and crown,
inscribed monograms, and “1793”
date, with gilt-starred cobalt blue
border, (imperfections), tureen ht. 4
3/4, wd. 5 3/4, lg. 9 1/4; caddy ht. 5
Provenance: The estate of Peter L.
Large Chinese Export Rose
Mandarin Porcelain Mug, c. 1780,
cylindrical mug flaring at base with
polychrome decoration with a
reserve depicting families at leisure
in a pavilion, and smaller shaped
reserves with birds on branches, with
underglaze blue cell diaper rim band
and floral, foliate, and scroll borders,
(repairs), ht. 8 in.
Provenance: The estate of Peter L.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Woman in a Brown
Dress Holding a Book. Unsigned. Oil
on canvas, sight size 28 1/4 x 23 3/4
in., in a gilt-gesso frame. Condition:
Craquelure, repair to bottom middle of
canvas, loss to frame.
Molded Copper Eagle Weathervane,
America, early 20th century, full-body
spreadwing figure mounted on a
copper sphere, dark brown patina,
no stand, (dents, repaired bullet hole,
seam separations), ht. 13, wd. 26 3/4,
dp. 16 1/4 in.
Group of Decorative Items, including
a child’s chair and six pieces of
Federal Inlaid Mahogany and
Mahogany Veneer Card Table, New
England, c. 1800, the rectangular top
with ovolo corners and string-inlaid
edge on a conforming base with
stringing panels, raised on square
tapering legs, (loss), ht. 31, wd. 36 1/2,
dp. 17 in.
Maple Step-back Windsor
Armrocker, New England, 19th
century, (refinished), ht. 35 1/4, wd. 19
1/2, dp. 26 3/4 in.
Chippendale-style Stained Maple
Slant-lid Desk, slant lid enclosing
interior compartments, above four
graduated drawers raised on bracket
feet, (restoration), ht. 42, wd. 30, dp.
21 1/2 in.
Needlework Sampler, America, early
19th century, with rows of alphabets
above and flanking a house and tree
motifs, (toning, fading, light stains),
10 x 8 1/2 in., in a later molded wood
Framed 1792 Town of Dorchester,
Massachusetts, Highway Plan, and
Six Small Articles, the handwritten
document labeled “Vote of the Town
the handwritten document labeled
“Vote of the Town of Dorchester ‘92”
on one side, is likely the notes for a
notice or announcement declaring
the town voted, “that William Sumner
be authorized to lay out a Road
or highway through Trotts Pasture
so-called of such width and in such
situation as the selectmen shall direct:
to build and keep in repair a good
Bridge acrofs Neponsit river, to erect
a necefsary Lawfull fence upon the
highway leading to the same...in such
a way and manner that the Town
of Dorchester shall never here after
incurr any Expence for the making
or repairing ther of.”; together with a
brass-mounted painted paper clock
dial, a small inlaid wood box containing
two small slide-lid boxes containing
miniature bone dice, a six-sided bone
die, and a carved wood link chain.
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Two Early Brass Candlesticks,
probably Spain, late 17th century, a
heavy baluster-form stick with square
footed base, and one with everted
rim on the candle cup on a slender
ring-turned and knopped shaft on a
round dished base, (dents), ht. 8 3/4,
8 1/4 in.
Green-painted Slide-lid Pine Box
with Floral Decoration, America, early
19th century, rectangular box with slide
lid ornamented with red, yellow, and
black flowers, striping and borders,
the interior lid centered with a mirror,
(imperfections), ht. 7, wd. 8, lg. 13 in.
Federal Mahogany Five-legged
Card Table, New England, early 19th
century, the top with reeded edges,
half-elliptical sides and elliptical front on
a conforming skirt and tapering reeded
legs, (imperfections), ht. 30 1/2, wd.
36, dp. 17 1/2 in.
Small Chippendale Mahogany
Scroll-frame Mirror, 18th century,
(repairs), lg. 22 1/4, wd. 13 in.
Queen Anne Walnut Compass-
seat Side Chair, Massachusetts,
c. 1760, with yoked crest, vasiform
splat, cabriole legs, and pad feet,
(restoration), ht. 40 1/4, wd. 21 1/4,
dp. 20 1/2 in.
Mother-of-pearl-inlaid Burl
Veneer Lap Desk, 19th century, the
rectangular top with inlaid mother-
of-pearl flowers and ebonized edges
opening to an interior with a fall-front
tooled-leather writing surface and three
compartments, (damage), ht. 6, wd.
13, dp. 9 in.
American School, 19th Century
Drawing of the Sidewheeler CITY OF
WORCESTER. Unsigned. Pencil on
paper, 5 x 9 1/4 in., in a later molded
wood frame. Condition: Minor toning.
Framed Chromolithograph Fireman’s
Service Certificate, New York, 1884,
the certificate of service, issued by the
Wayland, New York, Fire Department to
firemen who have served seven years,
was awarded to J.F. Weinhart, dated
March 6, 1884, (publisher’s name
obliterated, toning), 20 x 15 in., in a
period frame.
Eight Early Wooden Toys, a miniature
cradle, a painted and carved clown, a
set of lithographed blocks, a Noah’s
ark and animals, and four carts and
trains, lg. to 19 in.
Classical Carved Mahogany Sofa,
America, early 19th century, the
square-back sofa with scroll-carved
arm supports, ropetwist and reeded
stiles, and turned legs on casters, ht.
33, wd. 72 1/4, dp. 25 in.
Chippendale-style Mahogany Scroll-
frame Mirror, the cresting with carved
Prince of Wales plumes, lg. 39, wd.
19 in.
Federal-style Upholstered
Mahogany Easy Chair, ht. 44, wd. 30,
dp. 32 in.
Two Chinese Export Porcelain Cider
Mugs, early 18th century, baluster-
form, one decorated in an Imari palette
depicting tree peonies, rocks, and a
crab, (repaired), the other decorated
with a waterway landscape, (hairline,
minor rim chips), ht. 4 7/8, 5 3/8 in.
Provenance: The estate of Peter L.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American,
The Steamship OREGON of the
Cunard Line. Lithograph with hand-
coloring on paper, sight size 9 1/2 x 14
3/4 in., matted and framed. Condition:
Not examined out of frame.
Five-tier Shaped-end Pine Shelf,
19th century, ht. 45 1/4, wd. 59 1/2,
dp. 15 1/2 in.
Group of Kitchen Items, a yellow-
painted coffee bin, a copper watering
can, a stave-constructed bucket,
a pair of iron ice tongs, and an oak
Knickerbocker icebox, ht. to 38 3/4 in.
Two Framed Folk Paintings, a
reverse-painted scene depicting a
farmer and daughter with farming
implements, and an oil on canvas of a
lake scene, (losses), lg. to 13 3/4, wd.
to 15 1/4 in.
Group of Chinese and China Trade
Ephemera, 19th century, three trade
cards, Astor House Hotel Guest Guide
at Tientsin and Peking; an engraved
map “A Particular Map of the Entrance
into Canton,” a c. 1810 receipt of
payment to a Chinese merchant,
correspondence, and a 1876 printed
silk program commemorating the
centennial anniversary of the American
Independence at Shanghai.
Mahogany Steeple Clock by
Brewster Manufacturing Company,
Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1850, zinc
dial with Roman numerals and signed
by manufacturer, paint- and transfer-
decorated tablet depicting and marked
The President’s House, printed maker’s
label inside, thirty-hour, time and strike,
spring-powered movement, ht. 19
1/2 in.
Group of Mostly Wrought Iron
Domestic Tools, America, late 18th/
early 19th century, an iron and wood
rack with central shaft of carved
hardwood with iron hanger, iron collar,
and five asymmetrically placed iron
hooks, a wrought iron spit skewer,
an iron door knocker, a wrought iron
toasting fork with rattail finial, an
adjustable trammel, and a chain, ht. 9
1/2, wd. 5 1/4, dp. 3 3/4 in.
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Currier & Ives, publishers (American,
“LEVIATHAN.” Lithograph with hand-
coloring on paper, sight size 9 3/4 x
14 in., matted and framed. Condition:
Minor ripples and stains.
Group of Early Metal Items, late 18th/
early 19th century, two small splint
brooms, a tin stand, two brass salts, a
brass apostle spoon, a hook, a poker,
a scraper, a knife, and a file.
Queen Anne Cherry Marble-top Tea
Table, Connecticut, mid-18th century,
the rectangular marble top with shaped
ends on a valanced apron with cabriole
legs and pad feet, ht. 27 1/2, wd. 26
1/4, dp. 18 in.
Federal Gilt-gesso and Eglomise
Mirror, probably Massachusetts,
c. 1810, the reverse-painted tablet
showing a basket of fruit against red
drapery, (minor imperfections), ht. 26
Four Country Chairs, America, 18th
and 19th century, a slat-back armchair,
a stained banister-back side chair a
slat-back side chair, and a slat-back
armrocker, (refinished), ht. to 43, wd. to
25, dp. to 28 1/2 in.
Group of Early Domestic Items,
America and England, late 18th/early
19th century, a wrought iron potato
rake with a shaped handle with linear
cutwork decoration and lollipop hanger,
six tin, copper and brass candle
snuffers, twelve pieces of Lamson &
Goodnow bone-handled steel cutlery,
two wrought iron pot lifters, one with
lollipop hanger, and a group of small
Painted Cast Iron Mechanical
“Hall’s Excelsior Bank” Bank, J. & E.
Stevens, c. 1869, the red- and gray-
painted building with a hinged dome
opening to reveal a figure and a coin
slot, ht. 5 1/4 in.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American,
1857 (Conningham, 149). Identified
in inscriptions. Lithograph with hand-
coloring on paper, sight size 20 1/2
x 28 in., matted. Condition: Matted
with double-sided tape, adhering the
edges of the work to the mat and the
Note: This lithograph ranked no. 28 in
the original “Best 50,” large folio.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Child in a Hat. Oil-tinted
photograph, 14 x 11 in., framed.
Two Pairs of Wrought Iron Ice
Skates, America, late 18th/early
19th century, one pair with blades
terminating in shaped flowers, lg. 15,
wd. 3 1/4, ht. 5 in.
Federal Cherry Pembroke Table,
New England, 18th/19th century, with
square top, single drawer, square
tapering legs and X-stretcher base, ht.
26, wd. 18 1/2, dp. 31 1/2 in.
Chippendale Carved Mahogany
Parcel-gilt Scroll-frame Mirror, 18th
century, the crest with pierced and
carved gilt phoenix, and a molded
liner with gilt and incised caulking,
(damage), lg. 30 1/2, wd. 17 1/4 in.
Country Red-painted Pine Slant-lid
Desk, the lid opening to a fitted eight-
drawer interior, over a case with eight
short and two long drawers, supported
by a shaped bracket base, ht. 40 1/2,
wd. 40 1/2, dp. 19 1/2 in.
Group of Early Iron Objects, America,
18th and 19th century, two small iron
toasters, a trivet, a covered sheet metal
can, a rotary grill, a cast iron flat iron,
a hanging rack, a stand, and a spoon
Cast Iron “Artillery Bank” Bank,
Shepard Hardware Co., c. 1892, by
cocking back the cannon lever the
arm of the Union soldier goes up,
insert a coin into the cannon barrel and
depress the other lever to shoot the
coin into the brick tower, ht. 6 in.; sold
with an additional tower.
Seventeen Frederick Cozzens
Nautical Chromolithographs,
Hartford, Connecticut, late 19th
century, published by the American
Publishing Co., (damage), sheet lg. 11
x wd. 14 1/4 in.
Pair of Georgian Brass Andirons,
19th century, the faceted urn-top and
finial on shaped legs and ball feet, ht.
24, wd. 14 in.
Regency Drop-leaf Worktable, the
lift-top with two drop leaves over
a case with a single drawer and a
beaded, hinged door opening to
a shallow reservoir, raised on ring-
and post-turned legs and casters,
(alterations), ht. 30, wd. 21, dp. 28
3/4 in.
Turned Tiger Maple Four-post Rope
Bed, possibly New England, 19th
century, the shaped headboard joining
four spool-turned posts, ht. 48, wd.
55 in.
Cherry Tall Chest and a Pair of
Russian Brass and Etched Glass
Lamps, the chest with cornice
molding, two over four graduated
thumbmolded long drawers, and
shaped bracket feet, the lamps with
two individual bell-form shades and
cut-prism drops, ht. 45 1/4, wd. 39
1/2, dp. 19 1/4 in.
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Group of Early Iron Domestic
Items, America, late 18th/early 19th
century, a bucket with flared sides
and bail handle; a pierced copper
coal carrier with inclined top covered
by pierced, hinged lid, with turned
hardwood handle; a wrought iron a
rotating griddle with lollipop hanger;
a sheet iron curfew; a wrought iron
pouring ladle on stand; a sheet iron
and wood foot warmer, the sheet iron
top pierced with rows of small holes
and the sheet iron sides and door with
pierced concentric circles and punched
hearts and stars, within an oak frame
with turned corner posts and wire
handle and containing a sheet iron
coal pan with loop handle, marked “A.
STILLSON” on frame; and a cast iron
pot lid with raised marks “B,” “UF,” and
“1819,” (imperfections).
Painted Cast Iron Mechanical “New
Bank” Bank, J. & E. Stevens, c. 1877,
the red-green-painted building with
a figure in the doorway rotates with
a push of a lever to reveal the slot to
deposit your coin, ht. 5 3/4 in.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Girl Reading. Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, sight size 35 1/4 x 27
1/2 in., framed. Condition: Stable
craquelure, minor flaking.
Gilded and Molded Copper Horse
Weathervane, America, early 20th
century, the flattened full-bodied horse
with stylized corrugated tail and applied
ears, mounted on a rod and stand,
(imperfections), ht. 16, wd. 17 in.
Two Brass and Wood Bed Warmers,
America and England, late 18th/early
19th century, one with brass warming
pan with hinged lid engraved with
flowers and sunburst, with turned
hardwood handle, the other with
circular pan with leaf-form piercings
on hinged lid, with turned wooden
handle retaining traces of old red paint,
(imperfections), lg. 42, dia. 11 1/4 in.
Federal Green-painted One-drawer
Stand, probably Vermont, early 19th
century, the square top and conforming
one-drawer apron with ceramic
Bennington knob, raised on turned
legs, ht. 28, wd. 17 3/4, dp. 17 3/4 in.
Neoclassical Giltwood Mirror,
England, c. 1805-10, the eglomise
tablet showing a cottage flanked by
Gothic arches, (minor imperfections),
ht. 27 1/4, wd. 13 1/4 in.
Federal Country Pine Lazy Susan
Table, New England, early 19th
century, the circular top and lazy Susan
center raised on a square apron and
square tapering legs, ht. 32 1/2, dia.
56 3/4 in.
Cast Iron Hessian Andirons, America,
19th century, the Hessian soldier
andirons with log bars attached by
sliding dovetail joints, (imperfections),
ht. 17, lg. 18 in.
Red-painted Two-tier Rotating Spice
Box, 19th century, the six-drawer
hexagonal upper section on a round
six-drawer lower section, with large
turned acorn finial and iron tripod base,
(minor loss), ht. 12, dia. 13 3/4 in.
Framed Portrait Miniature of a
Gentleman, 1826, on a wirework
frame, inscribed on reverse “Painted
by A. H... Washington,” ht. 5 1/4, wd.
4 1/2 in.
Two Pairs of Cast Iron Figural
Andirons, 18th/19th century, one pair
with Scotsmen, each figure standing
with splayed legs, wearing a tam and
a kilt and smoking a long clay pipe, the
other with soldiers in tricorn hats, with
painted surfaces, (imperfections), ht. to
11 3/4 in.
Pair of Queen Anne Country Stained
Cherry Side Chairs, New England,
late 18th century, the shaped cresting
over a pierced vasiform splat and
woven rush seat on vase- and ring-
turned legs, bulbous front stretcher
and pad feet, ht. 39 1/2, wd. 20, dp.
19 in.
Grain-painted Dome-top Trunk,
New England, early 19th century, the
top bearing the initials “A.C” in yellow
lettering, ht. 13, wd. 30 1/4, dp. 14
1/2 in.
Pair of Green-painted Slat-back Side
Chairs, Bergen County, New Jersey,
late 18th century, the turned finials and
stiles joining three slats and a woven
rush seat and stretcher base, ending in
turnip feet, ht. 38, wd. 19, dp. 14 in.
Whalebone Tool and a Chinese Reed
Floor Mat.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American,
CITY OF PEKING. Lithograph with
hand-coloring on paper, sight size 10
1/2 x 14 1/4 in., matted and framed.
Condition: Crease to field.
American School, 19th Century.
Portrait of a Woman. Unsigned,
inscribed “Gardenia...” on the reverse.
Oil on canvas, 20 x 17 in., framed.
Carved and Painted Folk Art Doll
and Dome, the female figure in a dress
with red dots, ht. 7 1/2 in.
Blue-painted Paneled Door, 18th
century, with old strap hinges and six
small over two large panels, ht. 73, wd.
36 1/2 in.
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Pine Hutch Table, 19th century, the
rectangular top on a painted base with
ormolu-paneled decoration and cutout
feet, ht. 30, wd. 45 1/4, dp. 33 3/4 in.
Carved Oak Pewter Cupboard,
18th century, the top section with
a carved frieze with a tulip, reading
S M ANNO 1782,” and two shelves,
on a base with applied panel molding
and two geometric recessed paneled
doors, revealing a three-shelf interior,
(damage), ht. 86 1/2, wd. 71 1/2, dp.
21 in.
Group of Folk Art and Decorative
Objects, 20th century, including a
red-painted cast iron and wood pulley
with swiveling eye-hook attachment,
the shaped form with pierced star and
inscribed “STARLINE INC” surrounding
the wooden wheel impressed with the
Starline logo, a red-painted tin arrow,
and a turned and gold-painted three-
light candelabra, ht. to 18 1/2 in.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Woman and Her
Daughter with a Doll. Unsigned. Oil
on canvas, 30 1/2 x 25 in., in a period
gold-painted gesso frame. Condition:
Relined, scattered stable craquelure,
Wallpapered Document Box,
probably New England, second
quarter 19th century, the rectangular
box with blue and white wallpapered
exterior depicting urns with flowers and
acanthus leaves, (imperfections), ht. 10
1/4, wd. 20 1/4, dp. 12 1/4 in.
Two Carved Folk Art Items, late 19th
century, the first a covered tobacco jar
of bulbous form, one side carved with
a mustachioed face, the other with
initials “G.V.G,” all bordered by incised
geometric carving and leafage, (cracks
and minor losses), ht. 11; the other a
short section of bark-covered birch
depicting a moon face, ht. 3 in.
Continental School, 19th Century
Beached Vessel. Initialed and
dated “AD. 1844.” l.r., mat labeled
“Delacroix.” Watercolor and graphite
on paper, sight size 9 x 6 in., framed.
Condition: Overall toning, not
examined out of frame.
Wrought Iron Alpine Candleholder,
the incised ball finial on a flattened
double-heart post and spring
candleholder adorned with scrolls, on a
shaped platform and three legs ending
in scrolled feet, ht. 13 in.
Cast and Wrought Iron Trammel,
19th century, lg. 27 in.
Four Carved Cups, one with painted
and carved fish motif, an intricately
carved coconut shell with flowers and
the United States crest, and two hat-
form cups, one bird’s-eye maple with
fish carving, the other with weaving
and beaver carving, lg. to 7 in.
American School, 19th/20th Century
Alaska Salmon. Fishing. Inscribed
and initialed “...R.M.” within the
composition l.c. Watercolor, gouache,
and graphite on paper, 25 1/2 x 19 1/2
in., framed. Condition: Losses/flaking,
Large Glazed Pottery Urn, 19th/20th
century, with a checked band, on a
mottled green and yellow ground with
applied lug handles, ht. 27, dia. 18
1/2 in.
Set of Six Grain-painted Side Chairs,
attributed to Walter Corey, Portland,
Maine, c. 1850, the scrolled cresting
and vasiform splat joining a cane-
woven seat, supported by sabre front
legs and stretcher base, ht. 33 3/4,
wd. 17, wd. 20 3/4 in.
Federal Country Maple One-drawer
Stand, New England, early 19th
century, the square top with ovolo
corners on a one-drawer apron and
square tapering legs, (imperfections),
ht. 28, wd. 19 1/4, dp. 19 1/2 in.
Set of Six Late Federal Mahogany
Side Chairs, America, c. 1830, the
scrolled and carved cresting and splat
joining a molded serpentine seat and
sabre front legs, ht. 33 3/4, wd. 17 1/2,
dp. 17 in.
Etched Amber Glass Bottle, 1879,
the bottle with figural and floral motifs,
etched “Jeanie Shaw 1879,” ht. 14 in.
Chinese Export Porcelain “Peeping
Tom” Plate, 20th century, decorated
in a soft famille rose palette depicting
a couple wearing classical robes
seated in a rural landscape, observed
by a small boy hiding behind a bush,
bordered by four iron red, grisaille, and
gilt flower sprays on the rim, (minor
enamel loss), dia. 9 1/8 in.
Provenance: The estate of Peter L.
American School, 19th/20th Century
Still Life with Fruit in a Compote.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, sight size 23
1/2 x 33 1/4 in., framed. Condition:
Two Chelsea Dart Pastel Still Lifes,
America, mid-20th century, one titled
“Wild Flowers,” the other “Fruit,” in oval
carved wood frames, lg. to 18 1/2, wd.
to 21 in.
Three Wooden Country Domestic
Items, America, 19th century, a pine
treen bowl with blue-painted exterior,
a circular cutting board, and a large
comb, dia. to 19 in.
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Early Victorian Mahogany Veneer
Sewing Table, mid-19th century,
the string-inlaid top opening to a
compartmented interior with sewing
accoutrements, over a single drawer
and upholstered sewing bag, raised on
ring- and vase-turned legs and medial
stretcher, ht. 30 1/2, wd. 18 3/4, dp.
13 1/4 in.
Pair of Federal Mahogany Shield-
back Side Chairs, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, c. 1795, the pineapple-
carved arched crest and interlacing
splat with carved acanthus devices and
tulips on a slip seat, molded square
tapering legs, and a stretcher base,
(repairs), ht. 39, wd. 20 1/2, dp. 23 in.
Federal Walnut and Walnut Veneer
Chest of Drawers, the rectangular top
with canted corners and conforming
case with chevron inlay, two over three
string-inlaid graduated drawers, and
tablet-inlaid apron, raised on flaring
French feet, (imperfections), ht. 38 3/4,
wd. 42 1/2, dp. 19 1/4 in.
Framed Portrait Miniature of a
Gentleman, America or England, 19th
century, (imperfections), ht. 5 1/4, wd.
4 1/2 in.
Painted and Carved Ringmaster
Whirligig, America, 19th/20th century,
the mustachioed man with top hat and
braided red coat standing atop a snare
drum, painted red, white, and black, on
a rectangular stand, ht. 16 in.
Provenance: Sidney Gecker American
Folk Art, New York.
American School, 19th Century
Schooner at Sea. Bears inscription
and dated “Charles L. Martin 1910” on
the reverse. Gouache on sandpaper,
8 7/8 x 8 in., unframed. Condition:
Losses on edges, tear l.l., minor paint
Three Assorted Music-related Items,
a carved and painted clef, a framed
sign reading “E. Young Teacher of
Piano,” and an advertising mirror for
Blasius Pianos, lg. to 23 1/4, wd. to
29 1/2 in.
Federal Walnut Candlestand,
America, early 19th century, the oval
top on a ring- and baluster-turned shaft
and tripod cabriole leg base, ht. 28
1/4, wd. 18 1/4, dp. 13 3/4 in.
Chippendale Maple Tall Chest, New
England, late 18th century, the case
with five thumbmolded, graduated
drawers, on shaped bracket feet,
(imperfections), ht. 45 3/4, wd. 39 1/2,
dp. 18 in.
Paint-decorated Chamberstand,
New England, early 19th century,
(imperfections), ht. 36, wd. 23 3/4, dp.
15 1/2 in.
Framed Silhouette Portrait of James
Fenner, Governor of Rhode Island,
America, 19th century, sight lg. 10 1/2,
wd. 7 1/4 in.
Green-painted Carrier, America, 19th
century, ht. 8, wd. 14 1/2, dp. 12 1/4
Chromolithograph, Kramer & Co.
lithographer, Boston, second half 19th
century, depicting 112 different Boston
merchant flags with the names of each
firm printed below, (toning, repaired
tears u.r. corner, moisture stains to
lower edges, not examined out of
frame), sight size 41 x 29 1/2 in., in a
period mitered wood frame.
Framed Silhouette of Reverent
John Boltman, Massachusetts, 19th
century, depicted riding a velocipede,
sight lg. 8 1/2, wd. 10 1/2 in.
Wallpaper-covered Wooden Dome-
top Box, possibly Massachusetts,
early 19th century, the wallpapered
exterior depicting a hunting scene on
a light blue field, the interior lined with
a few pages of an 1827 issues of The
American Advocate, a periodical from
Williamstown, Massachusetts, ht. 10
1/2, wd. 12 1/2, dp. 8 1/2 in.
Pine Round-top Shoe-foot Hutch
Table, late 18th/early 19th century, ht.
29, dia. 41 1/2 in.
Black-painted Continuous Windsor
Armchair, 19th century, with bamboo
turnings, (repairs), ht. 32 3/4, wd. 19
3/4, dp. 22 in.
Continental Gate-leg, Trestle-foot,
Oval-top Table, 18th/19th century, ht.
27, closed wd. 13 1/2, open wd. 36
1/2, dp. 14 in.
Five Carved Wooden Objects
Incorporating Hands, 19th and 20th
century, an articulated artist’s hand
model, two small clenched fist boxes,
a carved letter opener on stand with
acorn finials, and a backscratcher with
turned shaft, (imperfections), ht. to 9
1/2, lg. to 19 in.
Spark Cast Iron Potbelly Stove and
an Iron Kettle, 19th century, ht. to 14
3/4 in.
Painted Patriotic Whirligig, America,
20th century, the figure of a man with
top hat, painted red, white, and blue,
ht. 21 in.
Shaker Stave-constructed Lapped-
seam Ovoid Keeler, New England,
19th/20th century, ht. 9 1/2, wd. 16
3/4, dp. 11 1/2 in.
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Red-painted Poplar Chest Over
Drawer, New England, early 18th
century, the double arch-molded case
with two false and one working drawer,
all on cutout ends, repainted red, ht.34
1/2, wd. 37, dp. 17 1/2 in.
Provenance: The estate of Arthur F.
Goat, South Pomfret, Vermont.
George Arthur Hays (American,
Townscape and Well. Signed “GA
Hays” l.l. Oil on canvas, 20 x 30 in.,
unframed. Condition: Abrasions and
punctures throughout.
Brown-painted Long Bench,
America, 19th/20th century, with
molded apron and shaped cutout feet,
remnants of earlier green and gray
paint, ht. 17 1/2, wd. 118, dp. 13 in.
Two “Moxie” Advertising Items,
measuring stick and lithographed tin
sign, lg. 41 3/4, wd. 15 in.
Four Framed Arctic Expedition
Lithographs, Louis Le Breton (French,
1818-1866), delineator, probably
France, c. 1850s, all signed l.r. or l.l.,
hand-colored lithographs on paper,
approx. 14 1/2 x 22 3/4 in., in later
molded giltwood frames, (toning,
margins and inscriptions trimmed,
foxing, repaired tears, not examined
out of frames).
Edward Duncan (1803-1882),
engraver, After William John
Huggins (British, 1781-1845)
East India Company’s Ship Lord
Lowther...leaving the Harbour
of Prince of Wales. Published
in London, 1828. Identified in
inscriptions. Colored aquatint, sight
size 21 x 27 1/4 in., in a molded wood
frame with gilt liner. Condition: Toning,
tears in margins c.r. and c.l., minor
foxing, not examined out of frame.
Primitive Hanging Salt Box, America,
18th/19th century, the lollipop
backboard on a dovetailed case with
lift-top and single drawer, remnants of
old green paint, ht. 13 1/2, wd. 9 1/2,
dp. 7 1/4 in.
Green-painted Cast Iron Three-part
Urn, 19th century, the lobed rim top
section and molded basin with scrolled
foliate handles, on a stepped plinth
base, ht. 27, wd. 31, dp. 22 in.
Red-painted Sea Chest, possibly
Hudson River Valley, New York, 19th
century, (imperfections), ht. 17, wd. 43
3/4, dp. 18 1/4 in.
Early Pine Door, 18th/19th century,
(missing hinges), ht. 70, wd. 28 1/4 in.
Three Oversized Hand Tools, early
20th century, a flathead screwdriver
with red-painted hardwood handle,
an iron compass with heart-shaped
thumbscrew, and a soldering iron
with copper head and turned walnut
handle, (wear to handles, minor rust
and discoloration to iron), lg. 24 1/2, 17
1/2, 24 1/2 in., respectively.
Charles A. Codman (Maine, 1800-
Saturday Afternoon on the Bronx.
Signed, dated “1898,” titled, and
dedicated “from C.A. Codman to
Pollie F. Cheney Feb. 1st, 1898” on
verso. Oil on artist board, 14 x 25 in.,
unframed. Condition: Panel braced
with wood supports, edges pierced,
with twine for hanging, small tear u.r.
edge, corners bumped, two sides bent
slightly, craquelure.
Three Display Items, a large papier-
mâché soft serve ice cream cone, a
Mission Orange glass cooler, and a
molded and faceted copper milkshake
cup, ht. to 21 1/2 in.
Folk Art Carved and Painted
Flying Crane, 19th/20th century, the
spreadwing figure with clothespin
wings and tail, ht. 29, wd. 56 in.
American School, 19th Century
Cannon Firing. Indistinctly signed
l.r. Oil on canvas, 17 1/2 x 21 in., in
a grain-painted gessoed wood frame.
Condition: Relined, minor scattered
retouch to sky.
Large Painted Display Scissors and
Pencil, 20th century, the red-painted
pencil inscribed in white lettering
“School Supplies,” approx. lg. to 63 in.
Red-, White-, and Blue-painted Cast
Iron Fire Hydrant, 20th century, ht. 17
1/2, dia. 8 3/4 in.
Turned and Grain-painted Inkwell,
possibly Connecticut, early 19th
century, the circular inkwell with three
stenciled American eagles and shields
and inset glass insert, (minor loss), ht.
3, dia. 4 3/4 in.
Framed Needlework Sampler,
Hannah Sharples, America, 1874, with
wool stitching on wool gauze, depicting
a church and white roses, with pious
verse and strawberry border, lg. 20,
wd. 25 1/2 in.
Framed Needlework Sampler, 1851,
with eight rows of letters and numbers
and a schoolhouse scene, signed
indistinctly and dated at the bottom, lg.
14, wd. 9 1/2 in.
Stool and a Bench, America,
19th/20th century, ht. to 17 1/4, wd. to
38, dp. to 17 1/2 in.
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Turned Maple Trundle Bed, 19th
century, (loss), ht. 15, wd. 47 3/4, dp.
72 1/4 in.
Provenance: Ted Thomas.
Tablet-back Settee, the valanced
cresting and spindle-back on a plank
seat with scrolled arms and ring-turned
legs, ht. 35 1/4, wd. 70 1/2, dp. 28 in.
Two Tramp Art Trinket Boxes,
America, late 19th/early 20th century,
the larger with lifting lid composed of
three panels showing a cross, a heart,
and an anchor, opening to a fabric-
lined interior, old refinish, ht. 5 1/2, wd.
19 1/4, dp. 8 1/4; the smaller of footed
geometric form, ht. 5 1/2, wd. 7 1/4,
dp. 6 1/4 in.
Demilune Wallpaper Hanging Wall
Box, America, early to mid-19th
century, with braided and green-
banded wallpaper, (loss), ht. 16 1/4,
wd. 18, dp. 10 in.
Federal Reverse-painted Mirror,
the reverse-painted tablet depicting a
homestead over a rectangular mirror,
flanked by engage tripartite columns,
(damage), ht. 38 1/2, wd. 20 3/4 in.
Painted Double-side Game Board,
North America, 19th century, the
framed board with one side having
black- and red-painted checkerboard
and two game piece wells, the other
with a red-painted mill game, ht. 28
3/4, wd. 16 3/4 in.
Folk Art Painted Wooden Pig on
Stand, 20th century, ht. 28 1/2, wd.
41 1/2 in.
Glazed Pine Two-piece Step-back
Cupboard, America, 19th century, the
upper section with molded cornice
over two hinged, glazed doors opening
to a blue-painted three-shelf interior,
on a lower section of four drawers
over two paneled, cupboard doors on
cutout feet, ht. 76 1/2, wd. 51, dp. 22
1/4 in.
Federal Walnut Drop-leaf Dining
Table, America, early 19th century,
the rectangular overhanging top on
conforming apron and foliate-carved
legs, ht. 29, open wd. 60, dp. 47 1/2
Painted Spindle-back Settee,
America, 19th century, the valanced
and fruit and foliate-painted cresting
and splat joining scrolled arms and
seat on ring-turned legs, ht. 35 3/4,
wd. 72 in.
Two Carved Wooden Busks, possibly
America, 19th century, the first with
rounded top edge and shaped
bottom, with chip-carved sawtooth
border surrounding a heart, geometric
designs, and the initials “DS”; the
second of tapered form, with border
of quatrefoil designs surrounding a
graduated repeating design, lg. 13, 16
1/4 in., respectively.
Four Spittoons, 19th century, two
molded Rockingham-glazed, one
turned brass, and one smoke-painted
tole, ht. to 5, dia. to 10 1/2 in.
American School, 19th Century
View of Niagara Falls. Unsigned. Oil
on canvas, sight size 16 x 25 1/2 in.,
framed. Condition: Surface grime,
minor flaking losses especially to l.l.
corner, scattered craquelure, surface
English Pewter Warming Platter,
London, 18th century, the ovoid
platter with two handles above a water
reservoir, ht. 3 1/2, wd. 21, dp. 14
1/4 in.
Classical Mahogany Veneer Marble-
top Center Table, early 19th century,
the square top with canted corners on
a conforming skirt and flaring octagonal
shaft, ending on four scrolled feet and
casters, (imperfections), ht. 30 1/4, wd.
36, dp. 36 in.
Gray-painted Country Ladder-back
Armchair, New England, late 18th/
early 19th century, the turned finials
and ring-turned stiles joining four
shaped slats and scrolled handholds,
on a woven splint seat, turned legs and
stretcher base, ht. 44 1/2, seat ht. 15
1/2 in.
Country Pine Demilune Table,
America, 19th century, the two-board
top on a triangular base and square
tapering legs, with remnants of an old
green paint, ht. 26 1/2, wd. 36, dp. 17
1/2 in.
Four Wrapper Art Items, 20th century,
a miniature chair, a wallet, a purse, and
a ball, ht. to 10 1/2 in.
Group of Painted Circus Items,
a game with six white-painted pins
and two balls, and a painted head on
stand with glass eyes and red accents,
(imperfections), ht. to 18 1/2 in.
American School, 19th Century
Theorem of Fruit. Unsigned.
Watercolor on paper, 12 1/2 x 16 in.,
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Hooked Runner, America, late 19th
century, with a multicolored field and
border of alternating blue and red
diamonds, (minor loss), wd. 25 1/2 in.,
lg. approx. 12 ft.
Provenance: Steven Score, Boston,
Six Small Trade Signs or Display
Objects, America, 19th and 20th
century, an oversized jackknife, a small
tin and colored glass optometrist trade
sign, a large gold-painted tie clip, a
carved rosewood pipe with octagonal
bowl, a carved pine revolver, and a pair
of Giorgio Armani countertop display
eyeglasses, lg. to 20 1/2 in.
Green-painted Blanket Box, probably
Pennsylvania, early 19th century,
the molded top opening to a tilled
interior with one drawer, with dovetail-
constructed case, (imperfections), ht.
16, wd. 44 1/4, dp. 15 3/4 in.
Oak Trundle Bed, 19th century, ht. 14
1/2, wd. 41 1/4, dp. 64 3/4 in.
Paint-decorated X-base
Candlestand, America, 18th century,
the circular top decorated with
partitions and black numbering,
one through eighteen, on a vase-
and ring-turned shaft and X base,
(imperfections), ht. 25, dia. of top 14 in.
Carved Tiger Maple Ovoid Trencher,
America, 19th century, ht. 5, wd. 23,
dp. 12 1/4 in.
Oversized Slazenger Racket Display
Item, 20th century, lg. 54, wd. 18 1/2
Two Large Copper Pen Displays,
20th century, lg. 23 1/2 in.
Five Painted Modern Folky Animal
Carvings, 20th century, an opossum
and two babies, a billy goat, an elk,
an alligator, and a recumbent pig and
piglets, ht. to 9, wd. to 30 in.
Federal Maple Tall Chest, America,
early 19th century, with cornice-molded
top on a case with two thumbmolded
short drawers over four graduated
long drawers, raised on turned feet,
(imperfections), ht. 48, case wd. 37,
dp. 19 1/4 in.
Late Federal Pine Two-drawer
Server, 19th century, with rectangular
back-splat and two drawers over a
valanced platform and turned feet, ht.
41 1/4, wd. 35, dp. 17 1/2 in.
Carved One-drawer Chest, the
molded rectangular top over a single-
arch molded drawer with carved
handles and base molding, raised on
cutout feet, ht. 29 3/4, wd. 34 1/2, dp.
16 1/4 in.
Mochaware Covered Sugar Bowl
and an Octagonal Mahogany Tea
Caddy, the sugar with surface-
encrusted body and blue bands, and
tea caddy with brass bail pull and
molded and stepped case, ht. to 5 in.
American School, 19th Century
Theorem of a Basket of Flowers.
Unsigned. Paint on velvet, sight size
15 3/8 x 18 1/4 in., framed. Condition:
Toning, foxing, not examined out of
American School, 19th Century
Primitive Pastoral View with Church
and Animals. Unsigned. Watercolor
on paper, sight size 9 3/4 x 13 3/4 in.,
in a black-painted wooden framed.
Condition: Slight toning, not examined
out of frame.
Provenance: Ginsburg & Levy, New
Three Oversized Display Items, a
pair of painted scissors, a solid pine
bat, and a whisk, lg. to 57 in.
Maple Tall Chest, New England, late
18th century, the molded top on a case
of five graduated, thumbmolded long
drawers ending on shaped bracket
feet, (restoration), ht. 47, wd. 38, dp.
19 in.
Country Turned Maple Armchair,
New England, 18th/19th century,
with post, vase, and ring turning on a
woven rush seat and stretcher base,
(imperfections), ht. 40 1/2, seat ht. 15
3/4 in.
Federal Cherry One-drawer Stand,
possibly Pennsylvania, early 19th
century, the square top with rounded
corners on a one-drawer skirt and
vase- and ring-turned legs, ht. 29, wd.
22, dp. 21 3/4 in.
Inlaid Game Board, America, late
19th century, the checkered board
with inlaid mahogany squares, molded
frame, and a well with checkers, ht. 19
1/4, wd. 20 1/4 in.
Floral Hooked Rug, late 19th century,
the rug with scrolled foliage and red
and white floral motif, (damage), lg. 51
1/2, wd. 26 in.
Three Large Whimsical Paint-
decorated Objects, a stamp reading
“Customer Service Comes First,”
a red-, yellow-, and blue-painted
smoking stand, and an oversized hand
plane, ht. to 30 in.
Sheet Iron Knife-form Double-sided
“CUTLER” Trade Sign, early 20th
century, the sheet iron blade lettered in
white paint on both sides, continuing
to a laminated hilt and white-painted
handle fixed with rivets, lg. 37 in.
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Keith Collis (Pennsylvania, 20th
Farmstead with Sheep. Signed l.r.
Oil on board, 19 1/4 x 23 in., framed.
Red-painted Firkin and Pail, America,
late 19th/early 20th century, a stave-
constructed pail and finger lapped-
seam firkin with associated green-
painted lid and swing handle, ht. to 11
1/4, dia. to 12 in.
Two Cast Iron Firemarks, an eagle
within a braided oval frame, and one
with firefighting icons, reading “Elmira
Exempt Fire Assn,” ht. to 11 1/2, wd.
to 8 3/4 in.
Ceremonial Paint-decorated
Oddfellows Harp, 20th century, with
a carved finial of a girl’s head, and
painted scrolled foliate and geometric
devices, ht. 36, wd. 32 in.
Keith Collis (Pennsylvania, 20th
Brick Farmstead. Signed l.r. Oil on
board, 19 1/4 x 27 1/2 in., framed.
Pair of Hand-stitched Red and White
Cotton and Wool Quilts, 20th century,
with red wool hand-stitched urns,
flowers and wreaths, lg. 92, wd. 61 in.
Chippendale-style Mahogany
Bench-made Dressing Table, the
shaped thumbmolded top over a case
of one long drawer over two short
drawers and a shell- and foliate-carved
central drawer, with scalloped skirt,
cabriole legs with foliate-carved knees
and claw and ball feet, ht. 28 3/4, wd.
34, dp. 21 in.
Classical Mahogany Veneer
Dressing Table with Mirror, New York,
early 19th century, the rectangular
mirror and scrolled and acanthus
carved supports on a three-drawer
platform, over a projecting concave-
molded drawer and two recessed long
drawers, flanked by engaged columns
and carved paw feet, (imperfections),
ht. 63 1/2, wd. 339 1/2, dp. 20 1/2 in.
Glazed Pine Two-piece Corner
Cupboard, America, 19th century,
the molded cornice and two hinged
and glazed arched doors opening to a
white-pained three-shelf interior over
two paneled cupboard doors and
shaped bracket feet, ht. 85 1/4, wd.
43, corner dp. 27 1/4 in.
Two Pieced Cotton Quilts, 20th
century, one with butterfly medallions
and green border, the other with
assorted floral medallions, lg. 78, wd.
76 in.
Two Cigar Trade Signs, a painted and
carved wooden Cohiba half cigar and
a Las Fumas de Puerto Rico paper
cigar with decorative wrapper, lg. to
40 3/4 in.
Three Hand-colored Engravings, a
Sarony & Major “The Capture of Gen.
Vega,” and two Nathaniel Curriers titled
“Capture of Andre 1780” and “Battle
of Buena Vista,” sight lg. to 10, wd. to
14 in.
Two Framed Hand-colored
Engravings of Franklin Pierce and
James K. Polk, America, 19th century,
Pierce published by Kellogg, Polk by
Nathaniel Currier, sight lg. to 13 1/2,
wd. to 9 1/2 in.
Carved Powder Horn, 20th century,
the horn with relief-carved hunting
scene and an eagle-carved spout, lg.
9 in.
Pair of Classical Carved Mahogany
Side Chairs, New York, early 19th
century, the mahogany tablet and
foliate carved splat centering molded
and scrolled stiles, on slip seats and
sabre legs, (damage), ht. 32 1/2, seat
ht. 16 3/4 in.
Federal Gilt-gesso Overmantel
Mirror, America or England, early
19th century, the molded cornice with
sphere drops over a frieze with molded
classical scene, applied rosettes,
and three mirrored panels separated
by tripartite columns with Corinthian
capitals, (loss), ht. 35 3/4, wd. 62 in.
Scandinavian Green-painted Pine
Trestle Table, 19th century, ht. 29, wd.
75 1/4, dp. 25 1/4 in.
Red and White Wool Coverlet and
a Patchwork Diamond in Square
Pattern Quilt, 20th century, the
coverlet with a central geometric
medallion centering a flower and vines,
flanked by eagles and shields, with an
urn and grapevine border, lg. 83, wd.
83 in.
Keuffel & Esser Co. Painted Slide
Rule, 20th century, lg. 86 in.
Two Framed Hand-colored
Engravings of James Monroe and
Henry Clay, Monroe published by
Nathaniel Currier, lg. to 18, wd. to 14
Four Figural Folk Art Carved
Nutcrackers, all carved with a
gentleman’s head, two with inscribed
handles reading “Rigi Kulm” and
“Geneve,” lg. to 11 in.
Green-painted Paneled Shutter
Screen, ht. 63 1/2, approx. wd. 64 in.
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Country Federal Cherry One-
drawer Stand, New England, early
19th century, the rectangular top with
molded edges and one-drawer skirt on
square tapering legs, (imperfections),
ht. 28 3/4, wd. 19 1/2, dp. 18 in.
Country Pine and Maple Hutch
Table, New England, 19th century,
the circular top on a hinged base and
square legs and casters, ht. 29, dia.
47 1/2 in.
Group of Woodenware and Treen,
19th century, including a trencher, two
bowls, a covered box commemorating
the Philadelphia Exhibition for the
Centennial celebration, and two
funnels, ht. to 8 1/4 in.
Six Food or Butter Stamps or Molds,
two turned cased butter stamps with
floral motifs, a small cased butter
stamp with a six-point star, a double-
sided board with pistol on one side
and a pipe on the other and edge
signed “PM,” a rolling pin with sixteen
panels and turned wood handles, and
a wood-mounted cast metal mold with
twelve panels, large stamp ht. 6 1/2,
rolling pin lg. 17 1/4, cast metal mold 5
3/4 x 4 in.
Two Framed Hand-colored
Lithographs of James Monroe and
Andrew Jackson, America, 19th
century, Jackson by Nathaniel Currier,
(loss), lg. to 19 1/2, wd. to 15 1/2 in.
Pineapple Log Cabin and a Crazy
Quilt, 19th/20th century, login cabin 80
x 64, crazy quilt 78 x 75 in.
Three Molded Yellowware Items,
19th/20th century, a barrel-form
tobacco jar, a double-handled biscuit
jar, and a bucket-form container, ht. to
10 1/4 in.
Queen Anne Sycamore Dressing
Table, the molded rectangular top
over a conforming case with one
thumbmolded long drawer over two
short drawers and a central fan-
carved drawer, on a valanced apron
and cabriole legs ending in pad feet,
(restoration), ht. 31 1/4, wd. 32 3/4,
wd. 19 3/4 in.
Chippendale Maple Slant-lid Desk,
New England, late 18th century, the
fan-carved lid opening to an interior
of six valanced compartments, four
drawers, and a central fan-carved
prospect drawer, over a case of three
graduated thumbmolded long drawers
on shaped bracket base, refinished, ht.
38 1/4, wd. 33 1/2, dp. 16 in.
Federal Mahogany Bowfront Chest
of Drawers, Massachusetts, early 19th
century, the case with four cockbeaded
drawers, flanked by engaged, three-
quarter reeded columns, on a shaped
apron and turned feet, ht. 38, case wd.
39, dp. 21 in.
Cobalt-decorated Stoneware
Churn, America, late 19th century,
the five-gallon churn with cobalt foliate
decoration and applied lug handles,
(imperfections), ht. 15, dia. 11 1/4 in.
Gilt and Molded Zinc Eagle
Weathervane, 20th century, the full-
body spreadwing eagle perched atop a
sphere and arrow, (restoration), ht. 15,
wd. 15 3/4, dp. 16 1/4 in.
Rose Medallion Platter, 19th/20th
century, lg. 13 1/4, wd. 16 1/4 in.
Copper and Pink Lustre Pitcher, 19th
century, the copper band with relief-
molded classical scenes and grapevine
pattern, with pink lustre accents and
spout, (repair), ht. 7 1/4, wd. 7 3/4, dp.
10 1/4 in.
Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest of
Drawers, possibly middle Atlantic
states, c. 1810, the rectangular top
with string-inlaid edges on a case
of four graduated drawers, inlaid
and shaped apron, and French feet,
(imperfections), ht. 36, case wd. 42
3/4, dp. 18 3/4 in.
Red-painted and Paneled Bench,
composed of antique elements, ht. 55
1/4, wd. 73 1/2, dp. 23 3/4 in.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Lady’s
Desk/Bookcase, probably
Massachusetts, early 19th century,
the upper section with molded cornice
over two string-inlaid hinged doors
opening to an compartmented interior
with four drawers, set atop a case with
chevron-inlaid fall-front lid revealing a
green baize writing surface, over four
graduated, cockbeaded drawers,
shaped apron, and turned feet,
(imperfections), ht. 51 1/2, wd. 40 1/2,
dp. 18 in.
Six Pieces of Colorless Glass,
America, 19th century, a pair of
decanters, three single decanters, and
a tulip vase, ht. to 13 1/4 in.
Cased Daguerreotype of an African
American Gentleman, America, mid-
19th century, in a “Going to Market”
Union case depicting a spaniel on both
sides, ht. 3, wd. 2 1/2 in.
Keith Collis (Pennsylvania, 20th
Homestead in Fall. Signed l.l. Oil on
canvas, 19 1/2 x 23 1/2 in., framed.
Seven Decorative Objects, 19th
century, a pair of William IV shoe
buckles, a small framed portrait
miniature of a gentleman, and four
boxes; three snuff and pillboxes, one
in the form of a pickle, and a small
rectangular box, (imperfections), lg. to
3 1/2 in.
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Painted and Carved Mahogany
Chest, 19th/20th century, the
top with carved and polychrome
eagle, American flags, shield, and
motto, opening to an interior with
compartmented tray, over a one-
drawer base, ht. 13 1/2, wd. 26, dp.
15 in.
Banister Back Armchair, Chelmsford,
Massachusetts, mid-18th century, the
arched cresting and banisters joined by
block, vase, and ring turnings, scrolled
handholds, and a woven rush seat, ht.
45 3/4, seat ht. 16 in.
Red-painted Pine Cupboard,
probably New England, 19th century,
the molded cornice over two beaded,
hinged doors opening to a green-
painted four-shelf interior, over two
recessed short drawers and three long
drawers on cutout feet, ht. 80, wd. 45,
dp. 17 1/2 in.
Two Painted Leather Fire Buckets,
America, 19th century, one inscribed in
gold lettering “P.P. Remington/No. 42/
Bridge Street,” the other with remnants
of green paint and gold lettering, (loss),
ht. to 18 in.
Grain-painted Pine Chest over Two
Drawers, New England, early 19th
century, with valanced skirt and cutout
ends, original surface, pencil inscription
on underside of top drawers, ht. 40,
wd. 40, dp. 18 in.
Small Group of Miscellaneous
Decorative Items, a Victorian hair
sculpture of a floral arrangement
under a dome, on turned wooden
base; two turned bone swift clasps; a
pair of metal sewing bird clamps with
pincushions; a carved thimble box and
thimble; and a carved pincushion, ht.
to 6 in.
Seven Mostly Carved Walking
Sticks and a Club, 19th/20th century,
including one with inlaid diamonds and
brass stringing, one with carved handle
depicting a mythical creature, and a
bamboo walking stick, lg. to 37 1/2 in.
Daguerreotype of an African
American Gentleman in a Top Hat,
America, mid-19th century, ht. 3, wd.
2 1/2 in.
Four Cased Daguerreotypes, 19th
century, two of children, one of a
woman, and one of a seated dog,
(losses), ht. to 4 3/4, wd. to 3 3/4 in.
Six Stoneware Vessels, a pair of
Rockingham-glazed jugs with molded
town scenes, a Rockingham-glazed
pitcher with relief-molded game,
two blue and white pitchers, one
salt-glazed with profile busts of two
gentlemen and dog masks, and a
pewter and porcelain teapot with
painted crane and floral decoration, ht.
to 10 3/4 in.
Five Pewter and Brass Items, a
covered pitcher, a jug, a mug, a
tankard with enameled glass base, and
a bell, ht. to 11 1/2 in.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of Three Children Eating
Grapes. Unsigned. Pastel on paper,
sight size 18 1/2 x 25 in., framed.
Condition: Minor creasing, possible
repairs to central figure, not examined
out of frame.
Nine Rose Medallion Tableware
Items, 19th and 20th century, three
teapots, one with lobed base and
foliate knop, five covered boxes, and a
teacup, (imperfections), ht. to 7 3/4 in.
Tin-framed Mirror, the frame with
berries, leaves, and birds, ht. 19, wd.
16 in.
Pair of Octagonal Chinese Export
Armorial Plates, c. 1780, centered
with an armorial shield, with flower
sprig rim borders, (repairs), dia. 8 1/2
Queen Anne Cherry Flat-top High
Chest, probably Massachusetts, mid-
18th century, the upper section with
molded cornice and case with four
graduated, thumbmolded drawers, on
a base of one long drawer and three
short drawers, valanced skirt and
cabriole legs ending in platformed pad
feet, (alterations), ht. 68 3/4, case wd.
36, dp. 21 in.
Parquetry Table Top, 19th/20th
century, with a central star
motif consisting of interlocking
parallelograms, within a square border
with card suits at corners, ht. 30 1/2,
wd. 30 in.
Carved, Painted, and Mounted Half-
hull Ship’s Model of the Schooner
The Hesper, 1918, with plaque affixed
to lower right inscribed “210’ Four
Mast Schooner/‘Hesper’/Somerset,
MA/1918/One of the Eiscasset
Wrecks,” ht. 12, wd. 72 in.
Doris Stauble Floral Arrangement,
early 20th century, set in a blue-painted
tin bucket, ht. 26 in.
Framed Elephant Calligraphic
Exercise, B.M. Thrush, 19th century,
the marching elephant holding a baton
and wearing a bird-decorated blanket,
sight lg. 15, wd. 27 1/4 in.
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Keith Collis (Pennsylvania, 20th
Homestead and Buggies. Signed
l.l. Oil on canvas, 19 1/2 x 23 1/4 in.,
Four Mahogany Veneer Casket-form
Tea Caddies, probably England, late
18th/early 19th century, two with two
interior compartments, one with string-
inlaid edges and brass lion handles;
and two with two compartments
flanking a central circular compartment;
one with brass escutcheon and turned
handles, ht. to 7 3/4, wd. to 13 in.
Three Tramp Art Items, America,
19th and 20th century, a one-drawer
shaving mirror with tramp art star
affixed to upholstered case; a miniature
step-back cupboard with three
shelves, two drawers, and two hinged
doors; and a carved dog figure, ht. to
22, wd. to 13, dp. to 11 1/2 in.
Burl Veneer Box with Portrait
Miniature, Europe, 19th century, the
top with inset portrait miniature of a
man in military attire, on a box with
canted corners, ht. 2, wd. 3 1/2, dp.
4 1/2 in.
Carved and Painted Wooden
Canada Goose Decoy, early 20th
century, with stave-constructed body,
ht. 12, wd. 26 1/2, dp. 8 1/4 in.
Blue-painted Firkin, America,
mid to late 19th century, with stave
construction and lapped seams,
painted green over an earlier blue, ht. 9
1/2, dia. 10 1/4 in.
Paint-decorated Bird’s-eye Maple
Treen Bowl, America, 18th/19th
century, the interior and rim with blue-
painted decoration, ht. 2 1/2, wd. 10
1/4, dp. 11 1/2 in.
American School, 19th Century
Allegory of Justice. Signed and
dated “N.E. Litherland 1899” l.l. Oil on
canvas, sight size 19 1/2 x 15 1/2 in.,
framed. Condition: Minor scattered
losses, surface grime and accretions.
Carved Pine Eagle Butter Stamp,
America, early 19th century, dia. 3 3/4
Framed Etched Glass Mirror,
19th/20th century, the frosted glass
with rococo-style etched design,
inscribed “Bottle & Jug,” ht. 42, wd.
28 in.
Pair of Colorless Glass Vases and
a Yellow Glass Decanter, America,
19th century, a pair of loop pattern tulip
vases and decanter with molded stars,
ht. to 10 1/2 in.
Three Decorative Items, 19th
century, a turned burlwood pounding
tool initialed “IP,” a black-painted and
gilt decorated document box, and a
northern European reverse-painted
portrait inscribed “Debora,” in a
veneered frame; pounder ht. 13 1/2,
box 5 x 12 1/2 x 8 1/2, portrait sight
size 8 3/4 x 6 1/2 in.
Six Mostly Turned and Painted
Mortars and Pestles, America, 19th
century, ht. to 8 3/4 in.
Two Wallpapered Boxes and
Five Cloth Fruit, 19th century, an
ovoid covered box with marbled
wallpapering, and an ovoid box with
foliate wallpapering, and five cloth and
felt fruit, (loss), ht. to 4 1/4, wd. 8 1/2,
dp. 6 in.
Three Patchwork Quilts and a
Framed Pastel of Flowers, late 19th
century, lg. 81, wd. 69 in.
American School, 19th Century
Allegorical Scene with Shepherdess
in a Pastoral Landscape. Unsigned.
Paint on velvet, sight size 17 3/4 x 18
3/4 in., framed. Condition: Toning,
staining, not examined out of frame.
Small Molded Copper Fire Wagon
Weathervane, 19th/20th century,
depicting two full-body horses
pulling a fire wagon and two firemen,
(imperfections), ht. 13 1/4, wd. 28 in.
Framed America’s Greatest Monkey
Contest Poster, 19th/20th century,
published by the Donaldson Lithograph
Co. depicting vignettes of a monkey
performing tricks, (imperfections), lg.
30, wd. 44 in.
Painted Wooden Game Board,
19th century, square central panel
with applied molding and side panels,
painted dark red and orange with
orange sides and back, 19 1/2 x 29 in.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Gentleman. Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, 29 1/2 x 24 1/4 in.,
framed. Condition: Minor abrasions.
Painted Eglomise-panel Mirror, the
molded overhanging cornice above
two eglomise panels: one depicting a
floral motif, the other of a townscape,
and rectangular mirror, all flanked
by fluted pilasters, and turned and
scratch-carved balusters, ht. 57, wd.
33 1/2 in.
Three Handled, Melon-form, Woven
Splint Baskets, 19th/20th century, ht.
to 12 in.
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Three Pieces of Redware Pottery,
19th/20th century, a slip-decorated
rectangular platter with chipped edges,
a three-necked circular vase, with
floral-decorated central medallion, and
a bowl with thin yellow band, (repair),
ht. to 11, wd. to 15, dp. to 11 1/2 in.
Classical Cherry Tilt-top
Candlestand, probably Connecticut or
Massachusetts, c. 1825, the oval top
tips on a vase- and ring-turned spiral-
carved post, continuing to a tripod
base of scratch-beaded scroll legs, ht.
28 1/2, wd. 20, dp. 15 in.,
Twelve Woven Splint and Rush
Baskets, 19th and 20th century,
including a blue-painted covered splint
basket with potato-eye decoration, and
a woven rush basket with red Greek
key design, (imperfections), ht. to 15
1/2 in.
Wrought Iron Adjustable
Candlestand, Bruce Johnson,
Ashburnham, Massachusetts, 1987,
the central shaft with small sphere
finial and adjustable two-light arm on a
tripod base, ht. 57 1/4 in.
Framed Knoedler & Co. Hand-
colored Engraving of Washington,
late 19th century, (imperfections), sight
lg. 20 1/2, wd. 31 1/4 in.
Painted Pine Sea Chest, 19th
century, the two-board lid opening to
an interior of two tills, one decorated
with gypsy lithograph, the top with
painted flags, ht. 16 3/4, wd. 39 1/4,
dp. 16 1/4 in.
Queen Anne Figured Walnut Veneer
Flat-top High Chest, the upper
section with two crossbanded and
thumbmolded short drawers over
three graduated long drawers, set into
a base of three drawers, ovolo skirt,
turned drop finials, and cabriole legs
ending on pad feet, (alterations), ht. 67
1/4, case wd. 35 3/4, dp. 18 1/2 in.
Black-painted Queen Anne Drop-
leaf Table, possibly Rhode Island,
mid-18th century, the oval top on a
valanced skirt and cabriole legs with
suppressed pad feet, black over old
red paint, ht. 27 1/2, closed wd. 14
3/4, open wd. 40 1/2, dp. 42 in.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Bearded Man. Signed
and dated “M. A. Baird/1897” l.r. Oil
on canvas, 16 1/2 x 13 1/2 in., framed.
American School, 19th Century
Patriotic Scene of Lady Liberty
Carrying the Flag with a Bald Eagle.
Initialed “M.L.” l.r. Watercolor on paper,
sight size 13 3/8 x 9 1/2 in., in a grain-
painted wooden frame. Condition:
Not examined out of frame.
Pair of Wrought Iron Gooseneck
Andirons, 18th/19th century, ht. 12
1/2 in.
Federal-style Inlaid Mahogany
Upholstered Sofa, the arched cresting
joining reeded urn and carved urns
continuing onto reeded tapering legs,
ht. 37 1/4, wd. 72, dp. 30 in.
English School, 19th Century
Girl Playing with Her Toys. Unsigned.
Watercolor on paper, 10 1/2 x 8 1/2
in., framed.
Queen Anne Mahogany Drop-leaf
Dining Table, 18th century, the oval
top on a valanced skirt and cabriole
legs ending in pad feet, (imperfections),
ht. 28, closed wd. 14 3/4, open wd. 43
1/2, dp. 42 in.
Pair of Mirrored Tin Wall Sconces,
America, early 19th century, the circular
concave backs with crimped candle
cups below, ht. 9, dia. of back 8 in.
Framed Patriotic Crocheted Doily,
19th/20th century, with a central
eagle medallion, inscribed “God Bless
America!,” ht. 30, wd. 31 1/2 in.
Two Framed Works, 19th century, a
pinprick work depicted a bird perched
on a branch with floral border and a
calligraphic eagle, (imperfections), ht.
to 15 1/2, wd. to 19 1/2 in.
Framed Reverse-painted Glass
Portrait of a Woman with a Flower in
Her Hair, in a blue and white patterned
dress with a gold and blue gemstone
necklace, unsigned, sight size 19 7/8
x 13 1/2 in.
Extensive Group of Mostly Rose
Medallion, including a set of twelve
dinner plates, various pieces of
teaware, a lobed bowl, vase, and
covered vegetable dish.
American School, 19th Century
Folk Portrait of Cynthia Foster
Unsigned, with hand-written label
to the reverse reading “Cynthia
Foster Age 60 Painted 1848 by H.L,
Inscription back of old canvas copied
by restorer May 20 1939 H M Linding.”
Oil on canvas, sight size 28 1/4 x 22
3/4 in., framed. Condition: Rebacked,
craquelure, scattered retouch.
Molded Copper Crowing Rooster
Weathervane, Directionals and
Stand, attributed to J.W. Fiske, New
York City, 20th century, the full-body
rooster perched atop a sphere, arrow,
and directionals, with remnants of red
and yellow paint, ht. 65 1/2, wd. 22,
dp. 26 in.
H. Revere Johnson (New York,
19th/20th Century)
Farmland and Homestead. Signed
l.l. Oil on canvas, 11 1/2 x 21 1/2 in.,
framed. Condition: Minor loss to
edges, surface grime.
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Three Books on Weathervanes,
20th century, Charles Klamkin’s
Weathervanes, Steve Miller’s The Art
of the Weathervane, and Myrna Kaye’s
Yankee Weathervanes.
Circular Mounted Penny Rug, 20th
century, with greens, purples, and
blues, dia. 33 1/2 in.
Large Carved Wooden Mold, 19th
century, with six arms attached to a
central portion, ht. 7, dia. 32 in.
Federal Mahogany Glazed Bureau/
Bookcase, New England, 19th
century, the upper section with
pediment having a brass eagle finial
and two urn finials over two glazed,
hinged doors opening to a three-shelf
interior, the lower section with four
cockbeaded long drawers flanked by
engaged three-quarter reeded columns
continuing into tapering reeded feet,
(imperfections), ht. 76, case wd. 37,
dp. 18 in.
American School, 19th Century
Two Ancestral Portraits. Unsigned.
Oil on canvas and oil on board, 36 x 28
in., unframed. Condition: Crazing and
Queen Anne Walnut Dish-top Tea
Table, Pennsylvania, 18th century,
the molded circular top on a birdcage
support, ring- and baluster-turned
shaft, and a cabriole leg tripod base
ending on pad feet, (imperfections), ht.
28 3/4, dia. 28 in.
Group of Butter Prints, America, 19th
century, depicting various fruit, flowers,
and animals, ht. to 5 in.
Lithographed Ten-pin Figural
Bowling Game, late 19th century, the
pins resembling men in blue and red
coats, ht. to 8 in.
N.A. Lützen (Danish, 1828-1890)
Portrait of a King Charles Spaniel,
1864. Signed and dated l.l. Oil on
canvas, sight size 18 5/8 x 25 in.,
framed. Condition: Minor surface
grime, scattered craquelure.
Framed Hunt Family Register and
Silhouettes, early to mid-19th century,
the pair of hollow-cut silhouettes
with sawtooth frame and green
ribbon border over a family register,
(imperfections), ht. 23 1/2, wd. 13 1/2
Leather Dome-top Box and a Shaker
Tin Teapot, 19th century, the box with
brass upholstery tacks and brass bail
pull, opening to a wallpapered interior
with floral motifs, and a Shaker tin
teapot, (imperfections), ht. to 8, wd. to
16, dp. to 9 in.
Federal Mahogany Veneer Bureau
Bookcase, probably Massachusetts,
the broken-arch pediment above two
paneled, hinged doors opening to
an interior of compartments and four
drawers, over a case with slant-lid
revealing a green baize writing surface,
and three cockbeaded drawers, on
turned feet, (imperfections), ht. 60, wd.
37 1/4, dp. 18 in.
American School, 19th Century
Ship Belisarius of Salem, John
Crowninshield Commander 1795.
Signed indistinctly in pencil l.r.
Watercolor on paper, 18 x 26 1/2 in.,
Federal Cherry Chest of Drawers,
New England, early 19th century, the
rectangular top with molded edge on
a conforming case of four graduated,
cockbeaded drawers on French feet,
(restoration), ht. 37 1/2, case wd. 42,
dp. 19 1/4 in.
School of Thomas Sully (American,
Portrait of a Young Boy. Unsigned,
identified on a presentation plaque,
with a London canvas stencil on
the reverse. Oil on canvas, 14 1/8
x 12 in., framed. Condition: Patch
reinforcements, retouch, surface grime.
Painted Tin “TOBIAS” Trade Sign,
rectangular tin panel with newer wood
backing, red-painted ground with ivory
and black-shadowed lettering, (paint
losses, nail holes), 50 x 11 in.
Framed Deerfield Academy
Theorem, Massachusetts, 19th
century, watercolor on velvet, depicting
a townscape, in a grain-painted frame,
ht. 19, wd. 27 in.
Cased Portrait Miniature of
a Gentleman, 19th century,
case inscribed “W. Fellows
Robinson/1803-1852,” ht. 2 3/4, wd.
2 1/4 in.
Chippendale Cherry Chest of
Drawers, 18th century, the rectangular
top and conforming case of four
graduated, scratch-beaded drawers on
shaped bracket feet, (damage), ht. 34,
case wd. 40, dp. 18 1/4 in.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Gentleman. Oil on
canvas, 30 x 25 in., unframed.
Condition: Relined, minor abrasions
and inpainting.
Provenance: The Kelly Taylor
Chippendale Birch Bowfront Chest
of Drawers, New England, 18th
century, the thumbmolded top over a
cockbeaded case of four graduated
long drawers on shaped bracket feet,
ht. 33, case wd. 36, dp. 20 3/4 in.
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Footed Queen Anne Coin Silver
Creamer, with scrolled handle and
valanced rim on hoof feet, bearing
initials “WS,” ht. 4 1/4 in.
Painted and Carved Wooden Ship’s
Model of the Game Cock, America,
19th/20th century, ht. 32 1/2, wd. 41,
dp. 12 in.
American School, 19th Century
Young Girl and Her Crying Brother
by a Stream. Unsigned, inscribed to
reverse “M. Peckham, Westminster,
Mass.” Oil on board, sight size 12 3/8
x 9 1/4 in., in a gold-painted wooden
frame. Condition: Minor surface
abrasions, surface grime.
Framed Watercolor Silhouette of
a Woman, probably England, 1785,
depicting a woman with floral accents
and dress in watercolor, signed and
dated “S. Reale/1785” l.r., ht. 4, wd.
3 in.
Basket and a Tole Tray, the woven
splint basket with large loop handle
and wheels, and a tole tray with
painted floral motif and alligatored
surface, ht. to 34 1/2 in.
Provenance: Imogene and Alexander
Miller, East Orange, Vermont.
Molded Copper Full-body Leaping
Stag Weathervane, America, 20th
century, ht. 25 1/2, wd. 29 in.
Chippendale Drop-leaf Dining Table,
England, 18th century, with square top
on molded and chamfered square legs,
(minor imperfections), ht. 27 3/4, wd.
36 1/2, dp. 43 1/2 in.
Two Works by Daniel C. Gross
(American, 19th Century)
Summer 1872 and Autumn 1872.
Signed and dated l.l. Oil on canvas, 7
3/4 x 11 3/4 in., framed.
American School, 19th Century
Sheep at Pasture. Unsigned. Oil on
canvas, 12 x 18 in., framed. Condition:
Needlework Sampler, stitched to
center “Mary Ann Mailinson is name
and with the nidle I work the same,”
19th century, worked in silk threads on
a linen ground, with a central cartouche
bearing a partial verse, surrounded
by mostly floral and foliate motifs and
several birds, with a small red house to
the bottom of the sampler, with a green
and white floral border, sight size 16 x
17 1/2 in., framed.
Walnut Shaving Mirror, America, 19th
century, the rectangular mirror and
turned supports on a thumbmolded,
serpentine, one-drawer case on turned
feet, ht. 17, wd. 12, dp. 6 in.
Two Framed Needlework Samples,
Amanda Gleason, Hoosick,
Massachusetts, 1821 and 1825, a
small sampler with silk threads on wool
gauze, reading “Industry and Economy
1825,” depicting trees and birds,
and one with blue wool threads on
linen with nine rows of alphabets and
numbers over a pious verse, ht. to 13,
wd. to 11 in.
Two Framed Nautical Works, a small
oil on board of a ship on the high seas
and an H.G. Rundlett oil on board of a
sailboat nearing shore, sight lg. to 17
1/2, wd. to 23 1/2 in.
Pair of Framed Caroline Hurd
Watercolor Still Lifes, 20th century,
depicting compotes with fruit, in paint-
decorated frames, lg. 18, wd. 14 1/2
Three Duck Decoys, 19th/20th
century, two carved and painted
wooden decoys, one impressed “R.J.”
on underside, and a black-painted
molded canvas decoy, ht. to 7, wd. to
14 in.
Needlework Alphabet Sampler,
“Hannah Goding born in Livermore
April 9 1817 aged 13 yrs. and 4 mths.
Arenath Wasburn Inrs.,” early 19th
century, worked in cotton and silk
threads, with five rows of letters and
numbers above maker’s inscription and
a small depiction of a cottage, with
foliate border, (toning, fading), sight
size 11 3/4 x 15 in., in a brown-painted
wooden frame.
Blue-painted and Carved Ovoid Pine
Trencher, America, 19th century, ht. 6
1/4, wd. 23, dp. 16 in.
Five Chromolithographs by Oscar
Berningshaus (American, 1874-
1952), titled “The Relief Train,”
“Westward Ho!,” “Attack on an
Emigrant Train,” “A Fight for the
Overland Mail,” and “The Father of
Waters,” unframed, sight 8 1/2 x 17
1/2 in.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American,
Camping Out: “Some of the Right
Sort.” Lithograph with hand-coloring
on paper, sheet size 21 3/4 x 30 in.,
unframed. Condition: Overall toning,
staining, loss to upper margin, mat
burn, tape residue.
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Two Framed Needlework Samplers,
a small alphabet sampler stitched in
black cotton thread, and an early 19th
century sampler “Perform’d by Peggy
C. Dunham, Holmes Hole October 1th
1807,” also stitched to left-hand side
“PCD Aged 13 years,” featuring four
complete alphabets in a pineapple
border, worked in silk threads on
a linen ground, (losses), framed
dimensions to 15 x 20 in.
Hand-woven Tricolor Wool Coverlet,
Middletown, Maryland, late 19th
century, with floral medallions and vine
border, on a green, red, and blue field,
lg. 88, wd. 83 in.
Two Pieced Cotton Quilts, America,
19th/20th century, a red and white
Jacob’s ladder pattern quilt and a red
and yellow four patch pattern quilt,
both with printed cotton borders, (loss),
lg. to 86, wd. to 82 in.
Turned Lignum Vitae Mortar and
Pestle, 19th century, pestle lg. 12,
mortar ht. 8, dia. 6 1/2 in.
F. Meyers & Co. Counterfeit
Gold Coin Detector, 19th century,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the brass
rocker balance scale with circular
housing for coins in denominations of
one, two, five, ten, and twenty dollars,
slots for detecting thickness, and
stamped F.Meyers & Co. Philad, overall
lg. 8 1/2 in.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American,
Life in the Woods: Returning to
Camp. Lithograph with hand-coloring
on paper, sheet size 22 x 29 3/4 in.,
unframed. Condition: Overall toning,
nicks to upper margin, foxing, staining,
minor abrasions.
Framed Needlework Sampler,
Connecticut or New York, late 18th
century, the silk threads on wool gauze
of the Comstock family record with a
strawberry border, lg. 21 3/4, wd. 16
1/4 in.
Framed Needlework Sampler, Ruth
Paxton, Bucks County, Pennsylvania,
1804, stitched with silk threads
on a linen foundation, with two
rows of alphabets over an epitaph
and schoolhouse scene, (minor
imperfections), lg. 13, wd. 9 1/2 in.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American,
The Old Oaken Bucket. Lithograph
with hand-coloring on paper, sheet
size 20 3/4 x 25 3/4 in., unframed.
Condition: Losses to left-hand margin
and l.l. corner, subtle toning, mat burn.
Needlework Sampler, “Eleanor T.
Chambers done in the 8th year of her
age,” early 19th century, Ohio, worked
in silk and cotton threads on linen
ground, with seven rows of alphabet
surrounding two short verses and a
landscape scene of trees and two
cottages, bordered with pineapples,
sight size 16 5/8 x 16 7/8 in., framed.
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removed within three (3) days from the date of sale, at the option of Skinner, Inc. (a) Skinner Inc., may impose, and the purchaser agrees to pay, a monthly storage
charge of 1.5% of the purchase price of any lot or portion of a lot not removed within the three days, and/or (b) Skinner Inc. may place the merchandise in a subsequent
auction, without Reserve, to be sold to the highest bidder, and after deducting the standard commission and any additional charges that may apply, remit the proceeds
to the purchaser.
5. Skinner accepts cash or check for payment. Personal checks will be acceptable only if credit has been established with Skinner, Inc. or if a bank authorization has
been received guaranteeing a personal check. Skinner, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank.
The purchaser agrees to pay Skinner, Inc. a handling charge of $25.00 for any check dishonored by the drawee. Please contact Accounting for additional payment
methods. Skinner does not accept payment by credit card for merchandise purchases.
6. If the purchaser breaches any of its obligations under these Conditions of Sale, including its obligation to pay in full the purchase price of all items for which it was
the highest successful bidder, Skinner Inc. may exercise all of its rights and remedies under the law including, without limitation, (a) canceling the sale and applying any
payments made by the purchaser to the damages caused by the purchaser’s breach, and/or (b) offering at public auction, without reserve, any lot or item for which the
purchaser has breached any of its obligations, including its obligation to pay in full the purchase price, holding the purchaser liable for any deficiency plus all costs of
7. In no event will the liability of Skinner, Inc. to any purchaser with respect to any item exceed the purchase price actually paid by such purchaser for such item.
8. Shipping is the responsibility of the purchaser. Upon request, our staff will provide the list of shippers who deliver to destinations within the United States and
overseas. Some property that is sold at auction can be subject to laws governing export from the U.S., such as items that include material from some endangered
species. Import restrictions from foreign countries are subject to these same governing laws. Granting of licensing for import or export of goods from local authorities
is the sole responsibility of the buyer. Denial or delay of licensing will not constitute cancellation or delay in payment for the total purchase price of these lots.
9. All purchases are subject to the Massachusetts 6.25% sales tax unless the purchaser possesses a Massachusetts sales tax exemption number. Exemption numbers
from other states are accepted in Massachusetts if presented with a business card or letterhead. Dealers, museums, and other qualifying parties can apply for a
Massachusetts exemption number prior to the auction by contacting the Massachusetts Department of Corporations and Taxation at 100 Cambridge Street in Boston.
10. A premium equal to 23% of the final bid price up to and including $100,000, plus 20% of the final bid price from $100,001 up to and including $1,000,000, plus
12% of the final bid price from $1,000,001 and over will be applied to each lot sold, to be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price.
11. Bidding on any item indicates your acceptance of these terms and all other terms printed within, posted, and announced at the time of sale whether bidding in
person, through a representative, by phone, by Internet, or other absentee bid.
12. Skinner, Inc. and its consignors make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any
lot sold. Skinner, Inc. expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in this catalog. The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material
produced by or for Skinner, Inc. relating to a lot, including the contents of this catalog, is, and shall remain at all times, the property of Skinner, Inc. and shall not be
used by the purchaser, nor by anyone else, without our prior written consent.
13. These conditions of sale shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (excluding the laws applicable to conflicts or choice of law).
The buyer/bidder agrees that any suit for the enforcement of this agreement may be brought, and any action against Skinner in connection with the transactions
contemplated by this agreement shall be brought, in the courts of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or any federal court sitting therein. The bidder/buyer consents
to the exclusive jurisdiction of such courts and waives objections that it may now or hereafter have to the venue of any such suit.
Revised January 8, 2014
Name (Please Print) Business Name
Address check if change in address
City State Zip Code
Phone # Alternate # email
Sale Title Sale Date
I wish to place the following bids in the sale listed above. I understand that Skinner, Inc. will execute bids as a convenience, and
will not be held responsible for any errors or failure to execute bids. I understand that my bids are executed and accepted as per
Conditions of Sale as printed in the catalog of this sale.
Absentee Bid Form
Marlborough Boston Phone Fax Mail Person Employee:
Lot # Description Bid Price
Signature (Required) Date
63 Park Plaza
Boston, MA
Fax 617.350.5429
274 Cedar Hill Street
Marlborough, MA
Fax 508.970.3100 www.skinnerinc.com
First Time Bidder? YES NO Customer #
Bid confirmation via email? YES NO
63 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 02116
Fax 617.350.5429
274 Cedar Hill Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
Fax 508.970.3100
2332 Galiano Street
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Chairman of the Board - Stephen L. Fletcher
Richard Albright
John Deighton
Barnet Fain
Karen M. Keane
Andrew Payne
Chairman Emerita - Nancy R. Skinner
President/Chief Executive Officer - Karen M. Keane
Chief Financial Officer - Don Kelly
Executive Vice President - Stephen L. Fletcher
Vice Presidents - Eric Jones, Marie Keep, Gloria Lieberman, Carol McCaffrey,
Kerry Shrives, Stuart G. Slavid, Robin S.R. Starr
20th Century Design - Jane D. Prentiss
American & European Paintings & Prints - Robin S.R. Starr
Assistants: Kathy Wong, Elizabeth C. Haff, Michelle Lamunière
American Furniture & Decorative Arts - Stephen L. Fletcher
Deputy Director: Chris Barber
American Indian & Ethnographic Art - Douglas Deihl
Antique Motor Vehicles - Jane D. Prentiss
Asian Works of Art - Judith Dowling
Assistants: Helen Eagles, Suhyung Kim
Books & Manuscripts - Devon Gray
Bottles, Flasks & Early Glass - Stephen L. Fletcher
Ceramics - Stuart G. Slavid
Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - Robert C. Cheney
Assistant: Jonathan Dowling
Couture - Anne Fallon
Discovery Auctions - Anne Fallon
Assistants: Melissa Riebe, Kyle Johnson
European Furniture & Decorative Arts - Stuart G. Slavid
Assistants: Leah Kingman, Stephanie Opolski
Fine Wines - Marie Keep
Assistant: Michael J. Moser
Historic Arms & Militaria - Joel Bohy
Jewelry - Victoria Bratberg, G.G.
Assistants: John Colasacco, G.G., Katie Simonetti
Judaica - Kerry Shrives
Musical Instruments - Director Pro Tem: Jill Arbetter
Oriental Rugs & Carpets - Lawrence Kearney
Assistant: Erika Jorjorian
Silver - Stuart G. Slavid
Toys & Dolls - Anne Fallon
Auctioneers - LaGina Austin, Chris Barber, Robert C. Cheney,
John Colasacco, Stephen L. Fletcher, Karen M. Keane, Marie C. Keep,
Gloria Lieberman, Jessica R. Lincoln, Kerry Shrives, Stuart G. Slavid,
Robin S.R. Starr, Laura V. Sweeney
Board of Directors
Marlborough: Warehouse Manager - Fred Trottier, 508.970.3261
Auction Coordinator - Melanie Trottier-Mitcheson, 508.970.3103
Boston: Auction Coordinators - Jessica R. Lincoln, 617.874.4308,
Benjamin Evans, 617.874.4329
Marlborough: Accounts Receivable - Denise Johnson, 508.970.3269
Accounts Payable, Consignment - Kathleen Hayes, 508.970.3268
Accounts Payable, Trade - Kevin Rota, 508.970.3283
Credit Supervisor - William Madden, 508.970.3266
Marlborough: Jessica Turner, 508.970.3240
Advertising/Production Manager - Pamela Van de Houten
Appraisal & Auction Services - LaGina Austin, Christine E. Finn, Rachel Kingsley,
Ava Pandiani
Boston Gallery Director - Laura V. Sweeney
Assistant Gallery Director: Paige Lewellyn
Gallery Assistant: Ryan O’Hara
Consignment Services - Patricia Walker King, Carol Zeigler, Kealyn Garner
Customer Relations - Carol McCaffrey
Human Resources - Carol McCaffrey
Image Editor - John Cornelius
Information Technology & Internet Auctions - Kerry Shrives
Assistant: Melissa Riebe
Institutional Relations - L. Emerson Tuttle
Lead Designer - Kristina Harrison
Managing Director - Marie C. Keep
Marketing & Public Relations - Kathryn Gargolinski, Jessica Turner
Photographers - Stanley P. Bystrowski, Jeffrey R. Antkowiak
Receptionists - Marlborough: Katie Fitzgerald
Boston: Bridget Spears
Regional Director—Florida - April L. Matteini, G.G.
Staff Portraits - Cheryl Richards Photography
Transportation - Eric Jones
& Property
From Boston and Points East:
Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90) West to Route 495 North at exit 11A. Proceed on Route 495N
to exit 23C, Simarano Drive. Keep left at the fork in the ramp. At the bottom of the exit ramp take a left at the
lights onto Simarano Drive. Take a right at the next light onto Cedar Hill Street. Skinner is at #274 on the left.
From Points North:
Take Route 495 South to exit 23C, Simarano Drive. Stay left at the fork in the ramp, and turn left onto
Simarano Drive. Take a right at the next light onto Cedar Hill Street. Skinner is at #274 on the left.
From Points West:
Take 290 East toward Marlborough. Merge onto Route 495 South via exit 26A, toward Cape Cod. Take the
Simarano Drive exit, 23C. Stay left at the fork in the ramp, and turn left onto Simarano Drive. Take a right at
the next light onto Cedar Hill Street. Skinner is at #274 on the left.
From Points South:
Take Route 495 North to exit 23C, Simarano Drive. At the bottom of the exit ramp take a left at the lights
onto Simarano Drive. Take a right at the next light onto Cedar Hill Street. Skinner is at #274 on the left.
Directions to the Marlborough Gallery
Allora Ristorante
139 Lakeside Ave.
Marlborough, MA
Boston Market
185 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA

China Taste
197 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA

Fish Restaurant & Wine Bar
29 S. Bolton St.
Marlborough, MA
Jake’s Restuarant & Coffee Shop
30 Main Street
Marlborough, MA
Linguini’s Italian Eatery
350 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA

Longhorn Steakhouse
191 Boston Post Rd.
Marlborough, MA
Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub
32 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA

Panera Bread
197 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA

237 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
Tandoori Grill
197 H Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
Wildwood Steakhouse
189 Boston Post Rd. East
Marlborough, MA
Guiseppe’s Grille
35 Solomon Pond Rd.
Northborough, MA
Yoong Tong
Thai Cuisine and Sushi
278 Main Street
Northborough, MA
The Crossings
154 Turnpike Rd.
Southborough, MA
Marlborough Area Restaurants
Name Business Name
Mailing Address
City State Zip
email address Tel: ( )
Quarterly Brochure (Included with catalog subscription) No charge No charge
American Furniture & Decorative Arts $120 $143
European Furniture & Decorative Arts $120 $143
American & European Paintings & Prints (two books) $135 $158
American & European Fine Prints & Photogrpahy $60 $73
American & European Fine Paintings & Sculpture $110 $133
Fine Jewelry $120 $143
20th Century Design $60 $73
Asian Works of Art $60 $73
Fine Oriental Rugs & Carpets $18 $25
American Indian & Ethnographic Art $60 $73
Fine Books & Manuscripts $30 $36
Fine Ceramics $60 $73
Fine Musical Instruments $60 $73
Science, Technology & Clocks $60 $73
Fine Wines $60 $73
All Above Departments $750 $915

MA residents 6.25% sales tax
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