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Sale 2587M March 14 & 15, 2012 Marlborough
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1 Auction & Specialist Information
2 Web Site & Online Bidding
5 Session I: Lots 1-500
29 Session II: Lots 501-1606
74 Conditions of Sale
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76 Company Directors & Specialty Departments
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Session I - Lots 1-500
1.
Reed & Barton Sterling Love Disarmed
Fish Slice, c. 1900, with heavily cast stem
and pierced blade, lg. 12 3/4 in., approx. 8
troy oz.
$300-400
2.
Three Continental Silver-handled Flatware
Servers, late 19th century, a pair of French
.950 dessert servers (spoon and ice cream
slice) with gold-washed bowl/blade, and
a German .800 crepe server; sold with a
Victorian silver plate pastry server.
$150-250
3.
George III/IV Sheffeld Plate Goblet, early
19th century, bell-shaped bowl gold-washed
to interior, on heavy trumpet stem with reeded
rim, ht. 5 3/4 in.
$50-75
4.
Ten Assorted American Sterling and Silver
Plate Table Articles, a Woodward & Lothrop
sterling compote with embossed rim, a single
Fisher weighted sterling candlestick, three
sterling Revere-style bowls, makers Redlich,
Hunt, and Reed & Barton, a small Graff,
Washbourne & Dunn shell-form dish, a pair
of weighted sterling three-arm candelabra, a
sterling two-handled plate, and a silver plate
compote, approx. 62.3 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$800-1,200
5.
Nine Small Silver and Silver Plate Boxes
and Cases, including a Tiffany & Co. sterling
makeup container, a modern British sterling
trunk-form pillbox, a modern Scottish sterling
enameled pillbox (losses), a 1920s British
sterling cigarette case, Chester, an .800
silver round lidded box with crab fnial, and a
gold-washed sterling repouss box, possibly
French, approx. 14.5 troy oz. sterling.
$300-500
6.
Four Small American Sterling Tableware
Items, 19th/early 20th century, a Towle
footed compote with cast foral and foliate
decoration to rim and foot, a Kirk two-
handled side bowl with overall foral repouss
decoration and twig-form handles, mid-19th
century, a Gorham square-footed ovoid sugar
basket, c. 1879, and a colorless glass-lined
reticulated jam jar, approx. 21.6 troy oz. silver.
$500-700
7.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Baby Mug, New York,
1902-07, with engraved inscription Frederic
Parmelee Fitch/April 11th 1948 to side,
engraved From Uncle Frederic on the base,
the mug of typical form, with reeded lip, cast
stylized foliate base, and ear-shaped handle,
ht. 2 1/2, dia. 2 3/4 in., approx. 4.1 troy oz.
$150-250
8.
Towle Sterling Fruit Bowl, Newburyport,
Massachusetts, frst half 20th century, the
futed round bowl with engraved garlands and
pierced panels, with crenellated cast edge, ht.
1 7/8, dia. 9 7/8 in., approx. 8.8 troy oz.
$300-500
9.
Birks Sterling Velvet-lined Jewelry Box,
Montreal, 20th century, monogrammed, the
round box with hinged lid opening to reveal a
sage green velvet lining, with fve ring holders,
gold-washed interior, ht. 1 1/2, dia. 4 1/2 in.
$250-300
10.
Set of Three Austro-Hungarian .800 Silver
Bottle Tickets, 1886-1922, oval, engraved
F. Courvoisier & Curlier Freres, and with
names and numbers of spirits, each with a
link chain, tag wd. 2 1/8 in., approx. 1 troy oz.
$150-250
11.
Three Small English and Russian Silver
and Silver Plate Dishes, a Sheffeld
reticulated sterling dish with stylized cutouts
and butterfy decoration, with marks possibly
for George Hape, 1925, a William Hutton
& Sons silver plate repouss foliate dish
with fruit decoration to inside base, and a
footed sterling dish with repouss foral and
scrollwork decoration, with spurious Cyrillic
marks, approx. 8.5 troy oz. sterling.
$150-250
11A.
Large Group of Assorted Silver and Silver-
plated Flatware, mainly American and
serving utensils.
$1,000-1,500
12.
Approximately Fifty-fve Pieces of
Assorted American Sterling Flatware,
various patterns, including two Durgin New
Queens tablespoons, three teaspoons, and
six forks; seven Shiebler leaf-patterned forks
and a matching fork, two tablespoons, and a
serving spoon, lacking Shiebler mark; twelve
Frank W. Smith Shell demitasse spoons and
eleven matching teaspoons, lacking Smith
mark; nine Reed & Barton Hepplewhite
spreaders; and a small Dominick & Haff
spoon, approx. 56.1 troy oz.
$700-900
13.
Four American Silver Flatware Servers,
three sterling serving spoons: a gold-washed
Durgin New Art pattern, a Dominick & Haff
Century pattern, monogrammed, and a
Watson Marlborough pattern; and a pair
of coin silver sugar tongs, engraved and
monogrammed, lg. to 9 1/4 in., approx. 12.7
troy oz.
$300-500
14.
Five Small American Sterling Tableware
Items, a pair of Tiffany & Co. footed open
salts with cobalt glass liners, 1938-47, a pair
of salt spoons retailed by Shreve, Crump &
Low, and a Tiffany & Co. scallop-edged side
dish, 20th century, approx. 7.3 troy oz. silver.
$200-300
15.
Six Tiffany & Co. Sterling Spoons, New
York, three English King tablespoons and a
teaspoon, 1875-91, an early serving spoon,
and an Audubon-style demitasse spoon,
1907-47, approx. 10.8 troy oz.
$250-350
16.
Three European Silver Flatware Items, a
German gold-washed .800 silver carving set,
boxed, makers mark F.C., monogrammed;
and a William Bateman fork, London, 1838.
$200-250
17.
Seven Small Assorted Sterling Articles,
a pair of Goodnow & Jenks open salts, a
Tiffany & Co. tea strainer, two napkin rings,
one Webster, a Dominick & Haff shoe-form
pincushion (lacking cushion), and a Merrill
match holder, approx. 10 troy oz. weighable
silver.
Provenance: Property of the Larz Anderson
family.
$250-350
17A.
Small English Silver Lift-top Desk Stamp
Holder, Birmingham, 1911, makers mark
J.Z., ht. 1 1/4, dp. 1 1/2 in., approx. 1.7 troy
oz.
$125-225
18.
Group of Assorted American Sterling and
Silver Plate Flatware, including a set of
twelve Raimond shell-shaped iced tea straw/
stirrers, two Towle spoons, a number of
small serving forks, makers include Dominick
& Haff, Frank W. Smith, Frank M. Whiting,
and Reed & Barton, a pair of Wallace sugar
tongs, a sterling sauce ladle, and other items,
approx. 12.4 troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
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19.
Four Sterling Bottle Tickets, two England,
accented with grapes, one Port with
Dionysius mask, Birmingham, 1845, the other
Gin, London, 1985; and two Rye marked
only sterling, sold with a white metal tag for
Bourbon on blue enameled ground, (5 items
total), approx. 1 troy oz.
$125-175
20.
George III Silver Muffneer, London, 1775,
Richard Rugg, maker, of typical form, the
pear-shaped shaker with perforated lid, raised
on three spindle legs with embossed foral
knees, ht. 6 in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$150-250
21.
Reed & Barton Sterling Paul Revere
Reproduction Bowl, 20th century, of typical
form, the round bowl with slightly molded
edge and tiered round foot, with associated
colorless glass liner, ht. 4 1/2, dia. 9 in.,
approx. 23.8 troy oz. silver.
$400-600
22.
Two Silver Stemmed Kiddush Cups, one
America, sterling, engraved with a Star of
David, and one Russia, Moscow, 1891, with
marks for Igor Zavijanov, maker, Lev Oleks,
assayer, and with 84 zolotnik standard, ht. to
5 3/8 in., approx. 4.3 troy oz.
$150-250
23.
Assorted Group of Mostly American
Sterling Flatware, a two-piece English
sterling-handled fsh service, a J.C. Derby
Chrysanthemum-patterned pierced jelly slice,
a set of seven Dominick & Haff demitasse
spoons, eleven Towle gold-washed coffee
spoons, a single teaspoon retailed by
Bigelow, Kennard & Co., three enameled salt
spoons, two additional salt spoons, one coin
silver, and a set of fve Whiting nut picks,
approx. 12.1 troy oz. weighable silver.
Provenance: Property of the Larz Anderson
family.
$400-600
24.
Pair of French .950 Silver Asparagus
Tongs, Paris, second half 19th century, Emile
Puiforcat, maker, monogrammed, of typical
form, the pierced side with foral and foliate
decoration, the handles cast with vines and
leaves, lg. 8 3/4 in., approx. 6.6 troy oz.
$200-300
24A.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Faneuil Pattern
Flatware Service, 1910-47, comprising
fourteen teaspoons (lg. 5 7/8); eight each:
dinner/luncheon knives (lg. 9 3/8), dinner/
luncheon forks (lg. 7 1/8), salad/dessert forks,
butter spreaders, and cream soupspoons;
six iced tea spoons; two sauce ladles, pair of
serving spoons, large serving spoon, master
butter knife, sugar spoon, cake/pie server,
and a steak knife, monogrammed; sold with
an associated sugar spoon and plated sauce
ladle, approx. 90 troy oz. total weighable
silver.
$3,000-5,000
25.
International Edgewood Pattern
Sterling Soup Ladle, early 20th century,
monogrammed, with trifd bowl and cast leaf
decoration, lg. 11 1/2 in., approx. 7 troy oz.
$200-300
26.
Group of Assorted Silver-plated Flatware,
a set of eight porcelain-handled fruit knives, a
mother-of-pearl-handled dessert set, a blue
and white porcelain-handled cake knife and
pastry server, three ivorine-handled bright-cut
forks and knives, and assorted other small
serving pieces.
$200-250
27.
Group of Miscellaneous Silver and Silver-
plated Flatware, including a pair of Swedish
silver-plated grape shears, a boxed set of six
European silver souvenir spoons, two Lunt
sterling-handled cheese servers, a Gorham
silver-plated pie server, a set of .800 silver
straws, a number of silver spoons, and four
small sterling bonbon scoops and ladles,
approx. 9.4 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-250
28.
Large Group of Silver-plated Serving
Items, including a large number of trays,
several wine coasters, coffeepots, a tea
caddy, and a number of fatware items.
$200-250
29.
Indian Silver Cigarette Case, 20th century,
rectangular, the lid engraved with stalking lion
and lioness, the reverse with a map of India,
lg. 5 3/8 in., approx. 6 troy oz.
$150-250
30.
Victorian-style Cruet Set, with fve etched
glass cruets and bottles with silver-plated
tops and stoppers.
$100-150
31.
Group of Assorted Coin and Sterling
Silver Flatware, including a number of coin
silver teaspoons and serving spoons, some
New England examples, a boxed set of six
Community silver-plated demitasse spoons,
a number of other sterling and silver-plated
demitasse and souvenir spoons, and several
silver-plated serving spoons and scoops,
approx. 12.7 troy oz. weighable silver.
$150-250
32.
Small Group of Assorted Sterling and
Silver-plated Tableware, a Reed & Barton
sterling fruit bowl with embossed foral swags
to rim, dia. 9 1/2 in., approx. 6.4 troy oz,
a pair of silver-plated sleeves, two pairs of
weighted sterling casters, and two pairs of
weighted sterling candleholders.
$100-150
33.
Two American Bowls, an Earle H.
Underwood for Arthur Stone sterling Revere-
style bowl, 1921-27, approx. 16.9 troy
oz., and a Gebelein foriform sterling-clad
hammered copper bowl, Boston, early 20th
century, ht. to 3 1/2, dia. to 8 1/4 in.
$300-500
33A.
Large Group of Miscellaneous Silver Items,
including four silver-mounted dresser items,
carving implements, a pair of sterling vases, a
small trophy, several mother-of-pearl-handled
fatware items, three napkin rings, a leaf-form
dish, and assorted additional fatware items,
approx. 14.2 troy oz. weighable silver.
$400-600
34.
Nine Coin Silver Spoons, including four J.
Ketcham serving spoons, London; an M.M.
Laurence serving spoon, Birmingham; a John
J. Low serving spoon, Boston; and an A.C.
Benedict teaspoon, New York, approx. 12.9
troy oz. total.
$200-250
35.
Seven Silver Flatware Serving Items,
an S. Kirk & Son spoon with scallop shell
bowl, a Dominick & Haff Charles II meat
fork and matching pair of salad servers, a
David Carlson spoon, a long-handled spoon
stamped ONC, and a George III fsh slice,
London, 1801, makers mark AK, approx.
16.6 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-250
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36.
Nine American Sterling Bowls and Dishes,
most monogrammed, a near pair of Watson
reticulated cake plates, a Towle Beverly fruit
bowl, a Watson fruit bowl, a Dominick & Haff
bowl, a Frank M. Whiting pierced side bowl,
and three Richard Dimes side bowls, including
a pair, approx. 47.3 troy oz.
$300-500
37.
Six American Sterling Table Articles, a
large Preisner Revere-style bowl, a Dominick
& Haff plate, a Richard Dimes porringer, and a
set of three Richard Dimes foriform nut cups,
Preisner bowl ht. 5, dia. 10 in., approx. 38.3
troy oz.
$300-500
38.
Eight Sterling-handled Knives, two master
butter knives and a set of six spreaders,
Sheffeld, 1912, James Deakin & Sons,
makers.
$100-200
39.
Assorted Group of Mostly Sterling
Silver Flatware, including fve Frank
Smith teaspoons, two Towle teaspoons,
a Mechanics berry spoon, a Whiting knife,
and a Frank Smith spreader, together with a
sterling bell, approx. 11.5 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$150-200
40.
Assembled Three-piece American Sterling
Tea Service, monogrammed, comprised of
an urn-shaped Gorham teapot, 1947, and a
similar Preisner creamer and sugar, teapot ht.
8 3/4 in., approx. 36.6 troy oz.
$400-600
41.
Seven Small Sterling Table Articles, most
monogrammed, a Gorham ovoid dish and
undertray, a Durgin creamer and sugar, a
small Watson tray, a Lunt brandy warmer with
turned wooden handle, and an English gravy
boat, c. 1939, approx. 36.1 troy oz.
$300-500
42.
Group of Assorted Mostly Sterling Articles,
including a weighted Tiffany & Co. trumpet
vase, a small International futed footed bowl,
a Gorham open sugar, a Gorham side bowl
with gadrooned edge, a pair of sugar nips,
two Reed & Barton enameled bowls, one with
squirrel handle, several silver-mounted vanity
and dresser articles, a silver overlay trivet, a
Roger Williams reticulated cake plate, and a
Reed & Barton presentation tray, tray lg. 16
in., approx. 35.5 troy oz. weighable silver.
$400-600
42A.
Five Small Sterling Articles, a Dutch tea ball,
two small pillboxes, one Italian, rectangular
with repouss decoration of fgures in a
landscape, the other American, round with
engraved scrollwork and cartouche for
monogram, a sterling-mounted ivory hair
comb, and an Italian .800 silver case with
chased overall stylized foral and foliate
design, approx. 5 troy oz. weighable silver.
$150-250
43.
Seven Assorted Articles, including a near
pair of small English footed shell-form silver
dishes, partial marks, a small hammered
sterling lidded jar, a silver-mounted glass
jar, and a pair of weighted International
Wedgwood sterling candleholders,
candleholder ht. 5 1/4 in., approx. 6.9 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$200-250
44.
Two American Sterling Articles, a water
pitcher, lacking makers mark, and a Tiffany
& Co. plate, 1907-47, both monogrammed,
(dents to pitcher), pitcher ht. 7 1/2, plate dia.
9 in., approx. 32.2 troy oz.
$300-500
45.
Four American Sterling Table Articles, all
monogrammed, a Grogan two-handled tray
with gadrooned edge and handles, a Gorham
serving dish, 1925, a Watson reticulated
basket, and a Towle Louis XIV lobed side
bowl, Grogan tray wd. 11 1/2 in. including
handles, approx. 36.8 troy oz.
$400-600
46.
Group of Silver-plated Serving Items,
including a pair of candlesticks, a kettle
on stand, a chafng dish, an Argentinean
reproduction Sheffeld serving dish and ice
bucket, and a silver-plated copper punch
bowl.
$200-250
47.
Meriden/International for J.E. Caldwell
Sterling Reticulated Side Plate, late 19th/
early 20th century, the plate with pierced foral
design to rim and overall lightly hammered
fnish, dia. 6 3/4 in., approx. 3.2 troy oz.
$200-300
48.
George V Celtic Revival Decorative
Spoon, Birmingham, 1910, Elkington & Co.,
makers, the stem cast with scrollwork and
beast heads, with oval bowl engraved with
strapwork, lg. 10 in., approx. 3.4 troy oz.
$100-150
48A.
Small Group of Assorted Silver and Silver-
plated Flatware, including a number of
coin silver spoons, a pewter ladle, souvenir
spoons, and other items, approx. 5.9 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$150-250
49.
Romanian .750 Silver Tower-form
Besamim Box Spice Container, turret with
ball fnial, cylindrical reticulated body, on stem
with single knop, and tiered, domed foot, with
engraved accenting to turret and body, ht. 8
1/8 in., approx. 3.4 troy oz.
$250-350
50.
Group of Silver-plated Serving Items and
Tableware, including trays, bowls, and dwarf
candlesticks.
$150-250
51.
Group of Assorted Mostly Sterling
Flatware, including twelve Davis & Galt
for Shreve, Crump & Low soupspoons, six
Towle teaspoons, twelve Whiting twisted
stem cocktail forks, a Gorham serving
spoon, eleven ONC fruit spoons, a German
.800 silver souvenir spoon with windmill,
several silver-plated spoons and forks, and
a number of small serving items, makers
include Watson, Whiting, Lunt, Arthur Stone,
and Dominick & Haff, approx. 42.1 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$300-500
52.
Sixteen Silver Flatware and Table Articles,
including a Gorham sterling parasol handle in
original box, a leaf-form dish, a Gorham gold-
washed sterling berry spoon, three James
H. Fairbanks coin silver spoons, Fitchburg,
Massachusetts, four small sterling salt and
pepper shakers, and six weighted sterling
candleholders, approx. 6.8 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$150-200
53.
Group of Mostly Coin Silver Spoons,
makers include Abraham Skinner and John
Cook, New York; A. Sanborn, Lowell; William
Moulton, Newburyport; Newell Harding and
George Hanners, Boston; and Jonathan
Packard, Northampton, approx. 21.7 troy oz.
silver.
$200-250
54.
Knowles Roman Pattern Partial Sterling
Silver Flatware Service, six dinner knives, six
dinner forks, and twelve teaspoons, approx.
21 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-250
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55.
Group of Silver and Silver-plated Spoons
and Knives, twelve bright-cut sterling
Robbins, Clark & Biddle tablespoons and
twelve silver-plated knives, makers mark RS
with a star and a heart, spoons approx. 16.7
troy oz.
$300-500
55A.
Group of Silver and Silver-plated Flatware
and Serving Items, including two salad
serving sets, a single Gorham sterling
spoon, a pierced serving spoon, a near
pair of English gold-washed silver spoons
with mother-of-pearl handles, and a pair of
Russian silver spoons.
$300-400
56.
Eleven S. Kirk & Son Sterling Silver Iced
Tea Spoons, together with a pair of George
III silver sugar tongs, London, 1801, makers
mark WS, possibly for William Sumner,
approx. 17.4 troy oz.
$150-200
57.
Group of Coin Silver Flatware, twelve
Andrew E. Warner forks, Baltimore, twelve
coffee spoons, and four B. Gardiner & Co.
teaspoons, New York, approx. 30.4 troy oz.
$300-500
58.
Group of Brazilian Silver-plated Tableware,
a boxed set of six Eberle teacups and spoons
and a Meridional coffee service.
$200-300
59.
Easterling Horizon Pattern Sterling
Partial Flatware Service for Eight,
comprised of eight dinner forks, salad forks,
and knives, sixteen teaspoons, a serving
spoon, a cold meat fork, a butter knife, a
sauce ladle, and a sugar spoon, approx. 43.4
troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-400
60.
Gorham Sterling Silver Teapot, 1944,
baluster-form body with domed lid, knopped
fnial, tiered round foot, and carved wooden
ear-shaped handle, ht. 9 in., approx. 19.6
troy oz.
$200-250
61.
German Mid-century Silver-plated
Coffeepot, Geislingen, c. 1940,
Wrttembergische Metallwarenfabrik, the
cylindrical coffeepot with overall hammered
fnish, cream ceramic liner, and ivorine fnial
and bun feet, ht. 8 3/4 in.
$50-100
62.
Group of Small Silver Articles, a Gorham
sterling serving spoon, monogrammed, a pair
of Georgian spoon-form sugar tongs, 1827,
a Dunkirk sterling cigarette urn, a Preisner
sterling open sugar, a Meriden sterling cup,
and a Leonore Doskow baby spoon, approx.
14.7 troy oz.
$300-500
63.
Five Sterling Table Articles, a Henckel
reticulated cake plate, a Reed & Barton
Windsor scallop-edged tray, a Gorham for
Bailey, Banks & Biddle pierced ovoid serving
dish, and two small Revere-style bowls, cake
plate dia. 11 in., approx. 45.7 troy oz.
$800-1,200
64.
Group of Approximately Fifty Mostly Coin
Silver Spoons, including numerous English
and American examples, makers include
Frederick Rath, William Moulton, Joseph
Moulton, and Lewis Kimball, approx. 32.3
troy oz.
$400-600
64A.
Group of Mostly Sterling Silver Flatware,
including fve Heirloom Lasting Spring
dinner forks, two salad forks, one teaspoon,
four soupspoons, one serving spoon, and
three spreaders; six Towle Silver Flutes
salad forks, two knives, a butter knife, six
teaspoons, two soupspoons, two serving
spoons, and six spreaders; and assorted
other items, approx. 50.6 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$300-500
65.
Large Lot of 20th Century Silver-plated
Items, including trays, assorted serving
dishes, bowls, and pitchers.
$125-225
66.
Approximately Thirty Mostly Boston
Coin Silver Spoons, including eight Newell
Harding, ten Farrington & Hunnewell, and fve
Pear & Bacali, approx. 23.3 troy oz.
$200-400
67.
Six Miniature French Silver Wine Tasters,
a set of four with 5 Franc coins incorporated
into the bases, dated 1873-76, and two with
standard French hallmark to base, all with
double-serpent handles; together with a small
silver heraldic seal, approx. 6.2 troy oz.
$250-350
68.
Covered Silver-plated Two-handled
Tureen, retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low,
with an associated Frank W. Smith sterling
ladle, tureen overall ht. 8 1/2, lg. 13 1/2, wd.
7 3/4 in.
$400-600
69.
Frank W. Smith Hammered Sterling Silver
Side Plate, monogrammed, dia. 6 in.,
approx. 2.7 troy oz.
$30-50
70.
Small Group of Gorham Versailles
Pattern Sterling Flatware, a crumber and
twelve teaspoons, crumber lg. 12 3/8 in.,
approx. 17 troy oz.
$400-600
71.
Two Small Silver Table Articles, a Watson
footed paneled ovoid dish with cast scrolling
rim and an English open sugar, Sheffeld,
1923, James Dixon & Son, makers, Watson
dish ht. 3 in., approx. 10 troy oz.
$300-500
72.
Eleven Assorted Silver Articles, two pairs
of weighted sterling dwarf candleholders, one
Wallace and one Mueck-Carey, three mother-
of-pearl-handled fatware items, a Webster
baby fork, an unmarked baby spoon, and a
Randahl cake plate and side bowl, cake plate
dia. 9 1/2 in., approx. 13.4 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$250-350
73.
Small Group of Assorted Silver Mostly
Flatware Items, including a Gorham pastry
server, a Dominick & Haff shoe horn, an
English master butter knife, a Simpson olive
fork, and three Towle teaspoons, approx. 7.7
troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-250
73A.
Three-piece Silver Tea Service, lacking
visible marks, comprised of squat round
teapot, creamer, and two-handled covered
sugar, all with squat round wooden fnials, the
teapot with carved wooden handle, ht. to 6
1/4 in., approx. 35.7 troy oz.
$300-500
74.
Group of Mostly Sterling-mounted Dresser
and Personal Items, including three
matching clothes brushes, several pairs of
eyeglasses, a hairbrush, two hand mirrors,
two combs (one broken), and other items.
$200-250
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Shreve, Crump, & Low Antler-handled
Silver-plated Three-piece Carving Set,
cased, knife lg. 16 1/4 in.
$150-200
76.
Group of Miscellaneous Coin and Sterling
Silver Flatware, including ten Gorham Old
French forks, a pair of Georgian forks,
six Towle iced tea spoons, two Tiffany &
Co. teaspoons, a single Kirk fork, and a
number of coin silver spoons, many from
Massachusetts, makers include Daniel
Noyes Dole, Newburyport, Nathan Storrs,
Northampton, Charles Babbitt, Taunton, and
Jeffrey Brackett and John B. Jones, Boston,
approx. 52.8 troy oz.
$400-600
77.
Group of Assorted Small Silver and Silver-
mounted Items, including a pair of Newport
Quaker Hurricane weighted sterling and
colorless etched glass salt and pepper
shakers, a Gorham Chippendale sterling
brandy warmer with turned wooden handle,
a silver-plated toothpick holder, a small
reticulated dish, a pair of grape shears, two
cut glass perfumes, a Mexican silver overlay
scent bottle, and a repouss match safe.
$200-250
78.
Group of Assorted Small Silver and Silver-
plated Articles, including a Tiffany & Co.
sterling keychain in original box, a silver-plated
measuring cup, a pair of Norwegian sterling
and enamel-lidded cut glass salt and pepper
shakers, a set of small sterling shakers, a set
of sterling picks, and other items.
$150-250
79.
Group of Assorted Sterling and Coin Silver
Flatware, including twelve Gorham Antique
teaspoons, eight Isaac Hutton, Albany,
serving spoons, twelve Frank W. Smith
Newport Shell teaspoons, six Pratt iced
tea spoons, and a large number of additional
mostly coin silver spoons, some sets, makers
include Benjamin Tisdale, Newport and
Pardon Miller, Providence, approx. 65.5 troy
oz.
$400-600
80.
Three Victorian Silver Flatware Servers,
London, a pair of 1858 fsh servers, fork lg.
9 1/8, knife lg. 12 1/4, and an 1872 berry
spoon cast in a pattern of mythological
fgures, with Hera mask to heel of bowl, lg. 9
in., approx. 3.2 troy oz. weighable silver.
$175-225
80A.
Large Group of Assorted Silver-plated
Articles, including trays, coffee and teapots,
platters, bowls, trivets, salts, and two pairs of
candlesticks.
$200-300
81.
Four Silver Table Articles, two sugar
shakers, lacking visible marks, a small Tiffany
& Co. individual sterling teapot, 1907-47, with
ivory heat stops to handle, and a European
repouss mug, teapot ht. 5 in., approx. 20.4
troy oz.
$600-800
82.
Tuttle Paul Revere Reproduction Sterling
Silver Water Pitcher, 1945-53, retailed by
Shreve, Crump & Low, the 4 1/4 pint pitcher
of bulbous cylindrical form with triangular
spout and ear-shaped handle, ht. 8 in.,
approx. 24.6 troy oz.
$300-500
83.
Pair of Hamilton Sterling Silver Columnar
Candlesticks, 20th century, cylindrical
sconces with fared rim and beaded band,
cylindrical shaft with band of beading at top
and Danish-style bead and foliate design to
base, and round trumpet foot, engraved K-B
1914-1930 to underneath of base, ht. 10 1/8
in., approx. 20 troy oz.
$250-350
84.
Eleven Durgin Bead Sterling Ice Cream
Forks and a Pair of Gorham Weighted
Sterling Corinthian Column Candlesticks,
both retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low,
candlestick ht. 6 1/4 in., forks approx. 8 troy
oz.
$200-250
85.
Ten Sterling Silver Table Articles, a Whiting
reticulated basket, a Gorham reticulated
footed ovoid dish, a Gorham/Whiting Revere-
style bowl, an International creamer and
sugar set, a small Gorham bowl with cast and
openwork foral and foliate decoration, and
a set of four Whiting gadrooned nut cups,
Whiting basket lg. 10 1/2 in., approx. 23.3
troy oz.
$300-350
86.
Russian Enameled Silver Cigarette Case,
bearing spurious marks for M. Pastukhov, .84
standard, covers decorated with two swans
in a riverscape with fowering branches and
scrolls, with purple stone clasp, lg. 4 in.,
approx. 5 troy oz.
$800-1,200
87.
Set of Four Tiffany & Co. Weighted Sterling
Candlesticks, New York, 1892-1902, the
candlesticks with beaded hexagonal sconces,
paneled balustroid shaft with beading at
top and bottom, and tiered hexagonal foot,
monogrammed to base, (bent, dented), ht. 9
1/4 in.
$200-400
87A.
Five Sterling and Silver-mounted
Tableware Articles, a Whiting sterling
demitasse baluster-form coffeepot with ivory
heat stops, a Gorham sterling paneled ovoid
teapot with carved wooden handle and turned
fnial, a Reed & Barton sterling-mounted
colorless pressed glass covered dish, a
Watson sterling center bowl, and a sterling
plate retailed by J.E. Caldwell & Co., plate dia.
11, bowl ht. 3 1/4 in., approx. 54 troy oz.
$300-500
88.
Group of Assorted Mostly Sterling Silver
Flatware and Small Table Articles, including
an English silver-plated fsh serving set, a
silver-plated fsh slice, several pairs of salt
and pepper shakers, including Webster and
a European fgural pair, a three-piece set of
Tiffany & Co. nursery rhyme baby utensils,
another Tiffany & Co. baby fork and spoon
set, napkin rings, demitasse spoons, and
other items.
$300-350
89.
Group of Mostly Coin Silver Spoons,
makers include Charles Babbit, Newell
Harding, Benjamin Pitman, and E. Gifford,
together with several pairs of sugar tongs,
approx. 18.4 troy oz.
$200-300
90.
Group of Assorted Silver Flatware,
including a set of ten .800 silver twisted
stem demitasse spoons, a set of twelve
Lunt Pynchon teaspoons, twenty-one
coin silver items, including Newell Harding
and J. Bigelow & Co., a number of Gorham
Cottage items, and a number of other silver
and silver-plated spoons and other items,
approx. 52.1 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-300
91.
Seventeen Coin and Silver Spoons,
including fve A.F. Towle & Son sterling
teaspoons and coin spoons from a variety
of makers, including Jackson & Many,
S. Messinger, G.H. Maynard, Farrington
Hunnewell, Abraham Skinner, and James
Kendall, approx. 10 troy oz.
$100-150
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92.
Dominick & Haff Pointed Antique Sterling
Partial Flatware Service, twelve teaspoons,
soupspoons, and coffee spoons, eleven salad
forks, and two spreaders, with an associated
carving set, approx. 48.4 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$300-500
93.
Four-piece Gorham Sterling Silver Tea and
Coffee Service, 1900, comprised of futed
ovoid coffeepot, teapot, creamer, and open
sugar, the coffeepot and teapot with melon-
form fnials, futed domed lids, and carved
wooden handles, (coffeepot with damage
to handle, teapot with damage to fnial),
coffeepot ht. 7 in., approx. 22 troy oz.
$150-250
94.
Group of Assorted Mostly Sterling Silver
Flatware, including a boxed set of fve
Whiting for A. Stowell & Co. teaspoons, a pair
of Wallace serving spoons, a number of small
ladles and bonbon scoops, makers include
Alvin, Whiting, and A.F. Towle & Son, souvenir
spoons, salt spoons, picks, and other items,
approx. 18.8 troy oz. silver.
$200-250
95.
Small Group of Sterling Silver Tableware, a
Gorham/Durgin footed fruit bowl, a weighted
Hamilton reticulated compote (broken at
stem), a small reticulated bowl, a Howard side
bowl, a footed Georgian reticulated nut dish,
and two napkin rings, fruit bowl dia. 10 in.,
approx. 24.8 troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
96.
Group of Silver and Silver-mounted Items,
three silver-lidded dresser jars, seven silver-
mounted pressed glass coasters, and a three-
piece Carvel Hall cased carving set.
$75-100
96A.
Group of Silver and Silver-plated
Tableware, including a small English silver
repouss teapot, a silver-plated Persian-style
coffeepot, a .900 silver covered sugar, a gold-
washed repouss covered box, a travel clock,
a frame, a small .800 silver basket-form dish,
a set of four silver-plated shell-form salts, a
glass-lined candy dish, and other items.
$400-600
97.
Dutch Silver Repouss Teapot, with later
axe import stamp, the pear-shaped teapot
with repouss foral and foliate bands to
waist and lid, with foral fnial, foliate spout
terminating in the head of a beast, and ear-
shaped carved wooden handle (detached),
on scroll bracket foot, ht. 8 in., approx. 13.9
troy oz.
$200-250
98.
Small Group of Silver and Silver-mounted
Articles, a small .800 silver hammered vase,
a pair of Tiffany & Co. sterling dice, two silver-
mounted brushes, a Tiffany & Co. sterling
soap dish, a shoe horn, two silver-mounted
perfumes, a pair of Frigast Art Nouveau-style
spoons, and other items.
$200-300
99.
Group of Miscellaneous Sterling Silver
Flatware, including a Whiting ladle, a Gorham
ladle, a Gorham gold-washed berry spoon, a
rattle, two small Gorham ladles, and a number
of other assorted fatware serving items and
spoons, including a few silver-plated, makers
include Wallace, Dominick & Haff, Towle, and
Durgin, approx. 35.6 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-400
100.
Group of Sterling Silver and Weighted
Sterling Silver Tableware, including
four pairs of weighted candleholders, a
Gorham reticulated dish, two napkin rings, a
reticulated mustard pot sleeve, fve weighted
shakers, including two pairs, and three
Gorham footed cordials, approx. 8.6 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$250-350
101.
Small Group of Sterling Silver Articles,
a Preisner creamer and sugar set, fve
Manchester Leonore fatware items,
including a butter knife, ladle, and sugar
spoon, a Webster sterling-handled pastry
server, and a small International jelly slice,
approx. 14.6 troy oz. weighable silver.
$150-200
102.
Pair of Duchin Creation Weighted Sterling
Silver Three-light Convertible Candelabra,
ht. 10 in.
$150-250
103.
Woodside Danish-style Sterling Tray, late
19th/early 20th century, the round tray with
two blossom-form handles, dia. 12 1/4 in. not
including handles, approx. 21.5 troy oz.
$200-250
104.
Four Silver-plated Articles, a Gorham ladle,
a Hyde & Goodrich fsh server, a gold-washed
footed cup, and a Christofe ovoid serving
tray, lg. 23 1/2 in.
$200-300
105.
Eight Sterling Silver Table Articles, a
weighted footed creamer and sugar set, a
Towle three-piece foral etched coffee service,
comprised of coffeepot, creamer, and sugar,
(coffeepot handle detached and broken), a
Towle mug, a small bowl, and an engraved
tissue box cover, approx. 28.7 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$250-350
106.
Five Assorted Sterling Silver Articles,
two weighted vases, one Henckel and
one Webster, a single weighted English
candlestick, a basket-form candy dish, and a
Tuttle Dublin 1720 reproduction footed bowl,
bowl ht. 4, dia. 8 in., approx. 18.3 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$300-500
107.
Seven Sterling Silver Plates and Bowls, a
Gorham footed reticulated cake plate, 1925,
a Watson reticulated bowl, a Richard Dimes
bowl, a Towle tazza, an International side
bowl, a Watson side plate, and a small La
Pierre reticulated bowl, cake plate dia. 10 in.,
approx. 42.7 troy oz.
$500-700
108.
Gorham Weighted Sterling Silver Three-
light Convertible Candelabra, ht. 14 1/2 in.
$200-300
108A.
Large Group of Mostly Sterling Tableware,
including four weighted sterling vases, three
weighted sterling casters, a pair of weighted
candleholders, a set of four weighted cordials,
an English reticulated footed ovoid dish, a
set of six Wallace cordials, a small reticulated
footed bowl, an .800 silver Italian box, a
weighted sugar, a small Mexican sterling
pitcher, a small Russian beaker, three rattles,
and other items, approx. 30.9 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$600-800
109.
Fourteen Asian Silver Items, an engraved
futed compote, a pair of pierced basket-
form dishes, a pair of goblets engraved with
dragons (one broken at stem), a pair of footed
salts, and seven foral-decorated reticulated
sleeves, three without handles, compote ht. 3
3/4 in., approx. 23 troy oz.
$300-500
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110.
Group of Assorted Mostly Sterling Silver
Flatware, including a pair of Gorham gold-
washed ladles, a Dominick & Haff gold-
washed serving spoon, six Durgin Fairfax
bouillon spoons, a silver box, and a number of
other assorted fatware items, makers include
Reed & Barton, Dominick & Haff, Whiting,
Watson, Frank M. Whiting, International,
Gorham, and Durgin, approx. 25.3 troy oz.
$400-600
111.
Three-piece Watson Sterling Silver Tea
Set, monogrammed, comprised of paneled
ovoid teapot, creamer, and open sugar, all
with 1915 engraved to the six-sided base,
the creamer and sugar with reeded handles,
the teapot with knopped fnial, trumpet lid,
and ivory heat stops to handle, teapot ht. 7
1/4 in., approx. 23 troy oz.
$500-700
112.
Victorian Silver and Ivory-handled Fish
Flatware Set, London, 1890, Savoy, makers,
with engraved silver tines and blades,
and ivory handles engraved with crested
monogram, six each: eating forks, lg. 7 3/8,
and knives, lg. 9 1/8; serving fork, lg. 10 3/4,
serving knife, lg. 13 3/4 in.
$300-400
113.
Group of Assorted Silver and Silver-plated
Articles, including picture frames, a small
Towle sterling dish, and a number of fatware
items, including numerous souvenir spoons,
approx. 9.8 troy oz. silver.
$100-150
114.
Ten Silver-plated Serving Items, a large
tazza, two compotes, a waiter, a footed
Revere-style bowl, a silver-mounted glass
bowl, a large serving tray, and a three-piece
coffee service.
$100-200
115.
Three Sterling Silver Dishes, a Hamilton
weighted compote, a cake plate, and a
reticulated side bowl, compote ht. 4 5/8,
dia. 9 1/2 in., approx. 7.9 troy oz. weighable
silver.
$300-500
116.
Thirteen Colonial Revival Mostly Sterling
Silver Table Items, including a Tuttle
William Fleming London 1725 reproduction
brandy warmer, two Revere-style bowls, one
International, a small weighted footed dish, a
Boardman mug, fve small dishes, one Kirk,
two Towle, and a silver-plated coffeepot,
approx. 39.9 troy oz. weighable silver.
$400-600
117.
Two Silver Tea Strainers, one .800 silver
German with openwork scroll rim and handle,
the other American, partial makers mark, with
repouss foral rim and branch-form handle
with squirrel terminal, lg. to 6 5/8 in., approx.
4.2 troy oz.
$200-250
118.
Small Tiffany & Co. Footed Sterling Silver
Boat-form Dish, 1873-91, the reeded ovoid
dish raised on four round feet with overall
stylized foliate engraving, lg. 7 1/4 in., approx.
3.9 troy oz.
$100-125
119.
Gorham Sterling Basket-form Reticulated
Footed Pastry Server, 1910, formed as
a reticulated cake plate with openwork
monogrammed swing handle, dia. 9 1/2, ht. 6
1/2 in. including handle, approx. 12.4 troy oz.
$150-250
120.
Meriden/International Sterling-mounted
Colorless Cut Glass Caviar Server, all
pieces stamped sterling, makers mark to
base of reticulated basket, dia. 6 5/8 in.
$300-500
120A.
Six Sterling and Coin Silver Flatware
Serving Items, including a Whiting sterling
spoon, a large stuffng spoon, a coin silver fsh
server, a coin silver pie server with engraved
blade, a cake knife, and a coin silver slice,
approx. 13.9 troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
121.
Small Group of Mostly Sterling Silver
Bottle Tickets and Spoons, including a set
of four Mexican sterling straw/spoons and
a similar group of four straws, two pierced
English silver spoons, and fve assorted bottle
tickets, four sterling, one silver-plated, approx.
5.8 troy oz. silver.
$200-250
122.
Five Silver-plated Table Articles, two
Johnson, Durban & Company meat domes,
a Mappin & Webb bun warmer with pierced
insert, and a pair of Friedman three-arm
convertible candelabra, candelabra ht. 15
1/2 in.
$200-300
123.
Group of Assorted Mostly Coin and
Sterling Silver Flatware, comprising both
English and American pieces, including
spoons and ladles, makers include Salisbury
& Co., McLene & Northrop, and Gorham,
approx. 20.2 troy oz. weighable silver.
$100-150
124.
Small Group of Mostly Coin and Sterling
Silver Flatware, including a small Smith
& Smith sterling cup, a pair of sterling
asparagus tongs, a Whiting sterling serving
spoon, a Frank M. Whiting sterling-handled
carving fork and wooden salad spoon, a pair
of sterling sugar nips, and a number of small
sterling and coin silver spoons and forks,
approx. 10.1 troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
125.
Seventeen Small Sterling Silver Spoons,
six George Sharp demitasse spoons, fve
Knowles Angelo demitasse spoons, and
six Gorham Baronial-Old bouillon spoons,
approx. 11.4 troy oz.
$200-250
126.
Seventeen Small Sterling Silver Forks, six
gold-washed Davis & Galt for Shreve, Crump
& Low cocktail forks, ten Durgin Watteau
berry forks, and a single Georg Jensen
Acorn pickle fork, approx. 7.1 troy oz.
$200-250
127.
Gebelein Sterling Pap Boat, Boston, second
quarter 20th century, of typical form, with
reeding to end opposite spout, lg. 5 in.,
approx. 2.9 troy oz.
$200-300
128.
Small Group of Silver Flatware, a set of
six mother-of-pearl-handled spreaders and
an English pistol-handled partial dessert set,
1896, six forks and fve knives.
$200-250
129.
Nine Sterling Silver Table Articles, a
Hamilton weighted footed bowl, a Gorham
gadrooned-edge plate, a Frank Smith
openwork basket, a Revere-style bowl, two
creamer and sugar sets, and a small .900
silver two-handled salt, approx. 25.2 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$200-400
130.
Seventeen Weighted Sterling Silver
Candleholders, Vases, and Shakers, with
two glass shades, makers include Lunt,
Duchin, and Towle.
$200-250
131.
Set of Four Richard Dimes Sterling Mint
Julep Cups, monogrammed, of typical form,
the cylindrical beakers with slightly fared rims,
ht. 4, dia. 3 3/16 in., approx. 16.1 troy oz.
$300-500
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132.
Small Group of Mostly Sterling Silver and
Silver-mounted Tableware, a wooden-
handled brandy warmer, two pierced sleeves,
one Gorham, a weighted Gorham compote,
a Britannia silver muffneer, a silver-mounted
clothes brush, a silver-mounted cut glass
coaster, a Watson bowl, and a sterling center
bowl with beaded and cast openwork rim,
large bowl dia. 9 1/2 in., approx. 29.6 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$300-500
132A.
Reed & Barton Silver-plated Water Pitcher
on Stand, with chalice, overall ht. 16 1/2 in.
$300-500
133.
Pair of Large Silver-plated Three-light
Convertible Candelabra and a Silver-plated
Two-handled Serving Tray, candelabra ht.
19, tray lg. 33 1/2 in. including handles.
$200-250
134.
Group of Assorted Knives, twenty mother-
of-pearl-handled knives, eight American
dessert knives, twelve French fruit knives,
and an English spreader, and a set of twelve
metal-inlaid horn-handled knives.
$100-150
135.
Seventeen Early English Silver Demitasse
Spoons, six likely Scottish, Edinburgh, all with
partial marks, approx. 7.4 troy oz.
$200-250
136.
Group of Assorted Silver and Silver-
plated Flatware, including a sterling-handled
wooden salad serving set (damage), fve
Meriden knives, fve coin silver spoons, a
single Sheffeld sterling fork, four Elkington
& Co. silver-plated forks, two English sauce
ladles, one 1795, marks possibly for William
Eley & William Fearn, the other 1831, makers
mark W.B., a fgural spoon, a pair of sugar
nips, and a Gorham knife, approx. 13.9 troy
oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
137.
Seventeen English Sterling-handled Pistol-
grip Knives and a Two-piece Carving Set,
the knives with silver handles, dated 1906.
$200-250
138.
Two Sterling Silver-framed Metal Mesh
Purses, one Gorham, the frame embossed
with cherubs and rose blossoms, the other
mark unknown, the monogrammed frame
cast with scrolls and stylized foliate designs,
22nd & Bath Ave. Brooklyn engraved to the
inside, lg. to 5 1/2 in. not including chains.
$200-250
139.
Large Group of Miscellaneous Coin and
Sterling Silver Flatware, including twelve
Gorham Colonial forks, six each Durgin
Watteau table and soupspoons, a number
of coin silver spoons, including Pear & Bacali,
Boston, an N.G. Wood & Sons soup ladle,
a group of Italian coffee spoons and cocktail
forks, and numerous other items, approx.
68.7 troy oz. weighable silver.
$800-1,000
140.
One Figural Silver-plated and Five Silver
Napkin Rings, three English, approx. 4.6 troy
oz. silver.
$150-250
141.
Reed & Barton Renaissance Scroll
Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve,
twelve dinner forks, dinner knives, salad forks,
teaspoons, and tablespoons, approx. 61.8
troy oz. weighable silver, in ftted wooden
case with drawer.
$800-1,200
141A.
Group of Silver-mounted Dresser Articles,
two hand mirrors, one La Pierre; seven
assorted brushes, including International,
La Pierre, and two English examples; three
combs, a shoehorn, a powder compact, two
small personal mirrors, and a silver-lidded jar.
$200-300
142.
Four Reticulated Sterling Silver Dishes,
a Redlich footed cake plate, a Watson
cake plate, a Frank M. Whiting plate, and a
Dominick & Haff small footed bowl, Redlich
plate dia. 11 in., approx. 33.4 troy oz.
$300-500
143.
Group of Assorted Mostly Sterling Silver
Flatware, including tablespoons, teaspoons,
souvenir spoons, pastry servers, sugar tongs,
and other items, makers include Towle,
Wallace, Whiting, Dominick & Haff, Alvin, and
Durgin, approx. 22.9 troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
144.
Approximately Thirty-three Mostly Coin
Silver Spoons, makers include Durgin,
Whitford & Drew, Newell Harding, and W.
Moulton, approx. 21.7 troy oz.
$200-250
145.
Small Group of Mostly Silver Tableware,
including a Jones, Ball & Co. repouss coin
silver teapot, a reticulated sterling basket-
form dish, a sugar server, fve pairs of sugar
tongs, two plated, a tea ball, a small German
barrel-form container, and a pair of German
.800 silver bird-form salts, approx. 20.1 troy
oz. silver.
$300-500
146.
Small Group of Assorted Silver Articles,
a Frank Herschede sterling mint julep cup,
a silver-mounted clothes brush, a Webster
sterling overlay trivet, a small Redlich sterling
dish with cast foral rim, a small Frank M.
Whiting reticulated compote, a picture frame,
a match safe, and a number of napkin rings,
approx. 13.6 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-250
147.
Group of Assorted Mostly Silver-plated
Flatware, a number of various silver-plated
knives, two pairs of shears, a number of coin
and silver-plated spoons, approx. 4.4 troy oz.
silver.
$300-500
148.
Large Group of Assorted Sterling, Coin,
and Silver-plated Tableware and Flatware,
including a number of assorted casters, a
beaker, a sterling cigarette urn, a Reed &
Barton miniature sterling Revere-style bowl,
six bottle tickets, four sterling, and a large
group of miscellaneous silver and silver-plated
fatware, mostly spoons, including a number
of souvenir spoons, approx. 39.5 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$100-150
149.
Large Group of Silver-plated Tableware,
including a large two-handled tray, platters,
six mint julep cups, footed bowls, a near pair
of teapots, a tea caddy, a tripartite shell-form
condiment dish, and other items.
$100-150
150.
1908 Tiffany & Co. Blue Book, copyright
1907, 665 pages, listing retail prices of the
full range of Tiffany & Co. merchandise, in
gilt-tooled blue leather binding, (front cover
discolored, wear), overall ht. 4 3/4, wd. 3 1/2
in.
$100-150
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151.
Group of Small Sterling Silver Tableware,
including a pair of S. Kirk & Son shakers, a
Gorham beaded-edge dish, an S. Kirk & Son
butter pat, a pair of Gorham master salts, a
Jones, Ball & Co. glass-lined coin silver salt,
three glass-lined Viking ship-form salts, a
small Tiffany & Co. shell-form dish, and four
small sets of shakers, approx. 20.4 troy oz.
$400-600
152.
Large Birmingham Silver-plated Copper
Punch Bowl, with futed sides and cast shell
and C-scroll rim, on pedestal foot, ht. 12, dia.
16 in.
$100-150
152A.
Group of Assorted Coin Silver Flatware,
sixteen assorted teaspoons, fve large spoons,
two sugar shells, several pairs of tongs, and
other items, approx. 23.6 troy oz.
$200-250
153.
Group of Assorted Silver Tableware and
Flatware, including a boxed set of six English
demitasse spoons, a sterling-handled carving
set, several coin silver spoons, a three-part
silver-plated condiment tray with a pair of
sterling-mounted glass bottles (damage), a
silver-framed purse, and a Reed & Barton
silver-plated crumber and tray, approx. 7.3
troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-250
154.
Group of Approximately Forty-fve
Assorted Mostly Coin and Sterling Silver
Spoons, some silver-plated, approx. 12.2
troy oz. silver.
$200-250
155.
Assembled Three-piece Sterling Silver
Demitasse Coffee Service, comprised of
Genova urn-form coffeepot with lobed body,
ear-shaped carved wooden handle, botanical
fnial, and round trumpet foot, engraved
Claire L. Grampton/With the esteem and
best wishes of the Rector, Church Wardens
and Vestry of St. Martins Church, Radnor,
PA. 1932-1939, together with an Unger
Bros. creamer and open sugar, both with
reeded rim and foot, coffeepot ht. 9 3/4 in.,
approx. 20 troy oz.
$300-500
156.
Eight Sterling Silver Table Articles, an
R. Wallace gadrooned-edge cake plate, a
Watson reticulated plate, a Gorham vegetable
dish, a small reticulated bowl, a Richard
Dimes Revere-style bowl, a Tuttle Dublin
foriform bowl, and a pair of small lobed
bowls, approx. 45.9 troy oz.
$400-600
157.
Nine Coin Silver Spoons, six J. Lewis
teaspoons, two George Sharp serving
spoons, and a John McMullin serving spoon,
approx. 10 troy oz.
$150-250
158.
Approximately Fifty Mostly Coin Silver
Flatware Items, mostly spoons, together
with four silver-plated forks, assorted makers,
approx. 33.4 troy oz. silver.
$400-600
159.
Durgin Octagonal Sterling Silver Tray,
monogrammed, with engraved stylized foliate
designs within trapezoidal cartouches along
outer edge, wd. 13 1/2 in., approx. 30.5 troy
oz.
$500-700
160.
Four Silver-plated Candelabra, two three-
light convertible candelabra and two single
candleholders, ht. to 19 in.
$100-200
161.
Six-piece Camusso Peruvian Sterling Tea
and Coffee Service, comprised of pear-
shaped coffeepot, teapot, and creamer,
squat round two-handled covered sugar, tea
strainer with undertray, and large two-handled
serving tray, the teapot and coffeepot with
acorn-shaped fnials and ear-shaped handles
with resin heat stops, coffeepot ht. 10 1/2,
tray lg. 25 1/2 in. including handles, approx.
134.4 troy oz.
$1,500-2,500
161A.
Group of Bright-cut Sterling Silver
Flatware, all similar patterns, including ten
Whiting teaspoons, ten forks, six additional
teaspoons, four tablespoons, and four serving
spoons, approx. 37 troy oz.
$200-250
162.
Two Camusso Peruvian Sterling Silver
Serving Items, a covered bipartite serving
dish and a small tray with shaped reeded
edge, dish lg. 13, tray lg. 15 1/4 in. including
handles, approx. 57 troy oz.
$600-800
163.
Small Group of Assorted Silver Flatware,
including small serving spoons and forks,
butter knives, and other items, makers include
Towle, Wallace, Gorham, International,
Whiting, and Manchester, approx. 15.3 troy
oz. weighable silver.
$200-250
164.
Camusso Peruvian Sterling Silver Cocktail
Shaker, Industria Peruana Plata Esterlina
925 Camusso stamped to base, of typical
form, tapered cylindrical body with ear-
shaped handle, domed lid, and stoppered
spout, ht. 11 in., approx. 17.8 troy oz.
$300-500
165.
Three Small Sterling Silver and Silver-
mounted Articles, a Gorham reticulated
footed dish with shell and pad feet, a Watson
leaf-form footed dish, and a Dutch silver-
mounted hand mirror, Gorham dish ht. 2 1/4,
lg. 6 3/4, wd. 4 3/4 in., approx. 11.9 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$200-250
166.
Group of Assorted Sterling Silver
Tableware and Flatware, a set of eight small
weighted cordials, two silver overlay glass
shakers, a sterling-handled bottle opener,
a pair of salad servers, a knife, a cold meat
serving fork, a single English fork and spoon,
and a pair of sugar nips.
$200-400
167.
International Prelude Pattern Sterling
Partial Flatware Service for Eight,
comprised of eight each: dinner forks, salad
forks, dinner knives, teaspoons, soupspoons,
cocktail forks, iced tea spoons, and
spreaders; and two serving spoons, approx.
61.2 troy oz. weighable silver.
$800-1,200
168.
Small Group of Silver Articles, three silver
beakers, two silver-plated beakers, and
twenty-four coin and sterling silver napkin
rings, approx. 27.6 troy oz.
$300-500
169.
Pair of English Silver-plated Three-light
Convertible Candelabra, ht. 16 in.
$150-250
170.
Seven-piece International Sterling
Silver-mounted Dresser Set, hand mirror,
hairbrush, clothes brush, comb, cologne, and
two dresser jars.
$200-250
171.
Group of Assorted Sterling Silver and
Silver-plated Flatware and Tableware,
including a Rogers silver-plated creamer
and sugar set, a sterling rattle, a sterling
cup, Gorham silver-plated fatware, and ten
Frank Smith teaspoons, approx. 14 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$200-250
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172.
Small Group of Sterling Silver Tableware,
two porringers, Wallace and Gorham, two
cigarette urns, one weighted, a small Graff,
Washbourne & Dunn footed dish, a silver-
plated bell, and twenty-one assorted butter
pats, including a set of twelve Gorham,
approx. 23.4 troy oz. weighable silver.
$300-500
173.
Seventeen Shell-patterned Sterling Silver
Teaspoons, ten Gorham King George and
seven Frank M. Whiting Neapolitan/Kings
Court, approx. 16.7 troy oz.
$250-350
173A.
Seven Sterling Silver and Silver-plated
Flatware Serving Items, a Durgin sterling
spoon, a small Reed & Barton sterling spoon
with gold-washed bowl, a pair of sterling-
handled salad servers, a sterling-handled
cheese slicer, and two silver-plated spoons,
approx. 3.2 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-300
174.
Small Group of Sterling Silver Flatware,
twelve Alvin Raleigh bouillon spoons and fve
Whiting Louis XV dinner forks and an olive
fork, approx. 18 troy oz.
$250-350
175.
Small Group of Mostly British Silver
Flatware, a set of twelve Victorian teaspoons,
London, 1890, George Maudsley Jackson,
maker, a Georgian gold-washed berry spoon,
London, 1812, makers mark rubbed off, and
a Danish Jensen-style spoon, approx. 13 troy
oz.
$200-300
176.
Pair of Boardman, Glossop & Co. Silver-
plated Oil Lamps, Sheffeld or London, late
19th/early 20th century, the lamps with bright-
cut reeded melon-form bodies over fattened
knops and futed round feet with beaded
edge, with reticulated gallery surrounding the
wick holder, ht. 9 3/4 in.
$300-500
177.
Small Group of Sterling Silver Flatware,
including twelve Towle Lafayette teaspoons,
two sauce ladles, and an oyster fork, approx.
13.4 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-300
178.
Five Sterling Silver and Silver-plated
Flatware Serving Items, a large Whiting
sterling spoon, a Dominick & Haff sterling
spoon, a Whiting sterling casserole spoon, a
Gorham silver-plated ladle, and a Holmes &
Edwards cheese scoop, approx. 9.5 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$250-350
179.
Group of Sterling and Coin Silver and
Silver-plated Flatware, including twelve
George Sharp forks, a set of six mother-of-
pearl-handled spreaders, several souvenir
spoons, a number of carving implements, a
sterling sauce ladle, and other items, approx.
33.3 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-300
180.
Three Large Silver-plated Serving Trays, lg.
to 27 1/2 in. including handles.
$200-250
181.
Contemporary Argentinean Silver-
plated Partial Flatware Service for Eight,
comprised of nine dinner forks and luncheon
forks and eight each of dinner knives,
luncheon knives, tablespoons, teaspoons,
and bouillon spoons.
$100-200
181A.
Group of Assorted Mostly Sterling
Silver Spoons and Flatware Servers,
approximately thirty pieces total, makers
include Lunt, Gorham, Durgin, Whiting, Towle,
Frank W. Smith, and some Scandinavian
pieces, approx. 21.4 troy oz.
$200-250
182.
Four Small Silver Boxes and Cases, a
Thistle & Bee sterling pagoda-form box, an
.800 silver German repouss box with a
scene of cherubs playing music and picking
grapes on the lid, a Victorian silver card case,
Birmingham, 1853, makers mark FM, and a
small unmarked match safe, approx. 6.8 troy
oz.
$300-500
183.
Small Group of Sterling Silver Flatware
and Tableware, including a Whiting sterling-
handled carving set, a Gorham butter knife
and small berry spoon, a Manchester cold
meat fork, a small Towle ladle, an Argentinean
cigarette urn, and a Georgian cobalt glass-
lined open salt, together with a silver-plated
bell and pie/cake server, approx. 6.7 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$200-300
184.
Pair of Toledo Industria Argentina Silver-
plated Five-light Candelabra, ht. 10 1/2 in.
$300-500
185.
Small Group of Silver and Silver-plated
Flatware, twelve Gorham Mothers sterling
demitasse spoons, approx. 6.6 troy oz., and
an Elkington & Co. bright-cut silver-plated
dessert service for twelve.
$150-200
186.
Group of Miscellaneous Mostly Sterling
Silver Flatware, including a Frank M. Whiting
Jensen-style sterling-handled carving set,
a set of twelve sterling iced tea stirrers,
a Gorham sterling salad fork, a set of six
Whiting sterling demitasse spoons, a set
of twelve Reed & Barton sterling cocktail
forks, and other items, approx. 28.3 troy oz.
weighable silver.
$700-900
187.
Five Small Silver Articles, three sterling
silver pepper grinders, a Black, Starr & Frost
sterling and cobalt glass sugar bowl, and
a small silver pillbox, approx. 5.1 troy oz.
weighable silver, (sugar bowl lacking spoon).
$300-500
188.
Towle French Provincial Sterling
Silver Partial Flatware Service for Eight,
monogrammed, comprised of eight each:
dinner forks, salad forks, knives, and
soupspoons; seven spreaders and demitasse
spoons; twenty-two teaspoons, two olive/
pickle forks, a lemon fork, two serving
spoons, a cold meat serving fork, a pie/cake
server, a cheese server, a jelly slice, a jelly
spoon, a sauce ladle, and a pair of sugar
nips, approx. 75.4 troy oz. weighable silver.
$1,500-2,000
189.
Large Group of Assorted Mostly Coin and
Sterling Silver Flatware Items, including a
set of twelve sterling-handled knives, a set
of ten small knives with engraved blades, ten
assorted coin silver teaspoons, a coin silver
pierced serving spoon, a coin silver pastry
server with pierced etched blade, a Whiting
sterling meat fork, a large number of souvenir
spoons, and other items, approx. 22.4 troy
oz. weighable silver.
$400-500
190.
Two Small Sterling Silver Flatware Sets,
twelve sterling-handled luncheon knives and
eleven Reed & Barton Flora cocktail forks,
approx. 5.7 troy oz. weighable silver.
$150-250
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190A.
Small Group of Sterling Silver Articles, two
pairs of weighted candleholders, a boxed
Gorham vermouth dispenser, three napkin
rings, a Rum bottle ticket, and a pair of
tongs, approx. 4.8 troy oz. weighable silver.
$200-250
191.
Three Sterling Silver Table Articles, an
International Wedgwood footed cake
plate, monogrammed, and a Reed & Barton
repouss creamer and open sugar set, cake
plate dia. 10, creamer ht. 3 3/4 in., approx.
24.7 troy oz.
$250-350
192.
Ball, Black & Co. Beaded-edge .950 Silver
Partial Flatware Service for Twelve, 19th
century, monogrammed, comprised of twelve
each: knives, dinner forks, and luncheon
forks; eleven teaspoons, and eleven large
table/serving spoons, approx. 95.3 troy oz.
$1,500-2,000
193.
Two Small Sets of Tiffany & Co. Sterling
Silver Flatware, 1907-47, twelve Gramercy
butter spreaders, monogrammed, and twelve
Flemish fruit spoons with gold-washed
bowls, approx. 22.5 troy oz.
$300-500
194.
Pair of Mexican Sterling Silver Revere-style
Bowls, Juventino Lopez Reyes, ht. 4, dia. 6
7/8 in., approx. 26.8 troy oz.
$200-250
195.
Set of Four Weighted English Silver
Candleholders, London, 20th century, ht. 4
1/4 in.
$100-150
196.
Chinese Export Silver Basket-form Dish,
with marks for Zee Sung, Shanghai, the ovoid
dish with swing wirework handle, raised on
four foliate bracket feet, lg. 11, ht. 8 including
handle, approx. 13.6 troy oz.
$200-250
197.
Two Sterling Silver Table Articles, a
Dominick & Haff Queen Anne eight-sided
serving dish with engraved rim and a Redlich
reticulated octagonal basket-form dish,
Dominick & Haff lg. 12, Redlich ht. 7 1/2 in.
including handle, approx. 28.1 troy oz.
$300-500
198.
Three Small Sterling Table Articles, a pair
of Mexican Platera I. Vigueras round covered
dishes and a Gorham futed sauceboat,
approx. 20.9 troy oz.
$200-400
199.
Sterling Silver-mounted Hand Mirror and a
Tiffany & Co. Dragon-decorated Porcelain
Cup and Saucer, the mirror possibly Tiffany
but lacking visible marks.
$200-250
199A.
Group of Assorted Silver and Silver-plated
Flatware and Costume Jewelry, including
two silver-plated crumbers, carving utensils, a
cake knife, a berry spoon, a mother-of-pearl-
handled dessert set, paste and rhinestone
pieces, faux pearls, and other items.
$150-250
200.
Five Sterling Articles, a Whiting footed bowl
with wide band of repouss foral and stylized
foliate decoration at rim and four reticulated
dishes, a Meriden footed cake plate, a pair
of Gorham shallow bowls, and a Matthews
basket, bowl ht. 3 3/4, dia. 8 in., approx. 36.8
troy oz.
$700-900
201.
14kt Gold-framed Shell-carved Cameo
Brooch, the cameo with carving in high relief
depicting a seated Classical-style maiden
with a horn and a lyre, set inside an engraved
scallop-edged 14kt gold frame, lg. 2 3/4, wd.
2 1/4 in.
$300-500
202.
Two 14kt Gold, Ruby, and Diamond
Jewelry Items, a line bracelet and a cluster
ring, total 14.6 dwt, bracelet lg. 7 in., ring size
6 1/2.
$400-600
203.
14kt Gold and Diamond Solitaire, stone
approx. 0.70 cts., heavily included, size 4 3/4.
$200-300
204.
Two Heavy Gold Gem-set Cocktail
Rings, both set with diamonds and green
gemstones, one 14kt, one 18kt, total 25.3
dwt, sizes 7 3/4 and 10 1/2.
$800-1,200
205.
Group of Assorted Costume Jewelry,
including some vintage items, beaded
necklaces, faux pearls, and other items.
$150-250
206.
Patinated Metal Belt, Cara Croninger, of
open cushion links with central oval plaque
buckle, lg. 32 1/8 in.
$100-150
207.
Three 14kt Gold Bracelets, Brown, each
designed as a hammered bangle, 14.1 dwt,
interior cir. 7 1/2 in., signed.
$500-700
208.
14kt Gold and Ruby Twin-stone Ring,
prong-set with two circular-cut rubies
measuring approx. 6.30 x 4.00, and 6.40 x
4.50 mm, size 7.
$800-1,200
209.
14kt Gold and Onyx Suite, comprising a
disc brooch mounted with a rose-cut sapphire
and diamond fower, together with a pair of
drop earpendants, lg. 1 3/8, 2 1/8 in.
$400-600
210.
Art Deco-style Platinum and Diamond Bar
Pin, total 4.5 dwt, lg. 2 3/4 in.
$400-600
211.
14kt Gold and Pale Green Hardstone
Cocktail Ring, set with a large pale green
teardrop-shaped stone set in a gold wirework
frame, total 6.4 dwt, size 8 3/4.
$300-400
212.
Small Group of 14kt Gold Jewelry, a
Tiffany & Co. gold engraved band, a gold
and diamond foral-decorated band, and
a pair of gold, pearl, and diamond cluster
earstuds, total 9.3 dwt, ring sizes 6 and 7
1/2, respectively.
$300-500
213.
14kt Gold-framed Shell-carved Cameo
Brooch, the cameo depicting Nyx, winged
Goddess of the Night, carrying her twin
children Hypnos, god of sleep, and Thanatos,
god of death, with an owl (one of her
attributes) fying in the background, lg. 2 1/8,
wd. 1 7/8 in.
$200-300
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214.
Three Pairs of Retro 14kt Gold Earrings,
a pair of bicolor gold knots, a pair of bows
set with blue gemstones, and a pair of
antique-style earpendants, total 11.4 dwt,
earpendants lg. 1 3/4 in.
$400-600
215.
14kt Gold, Synthetic Sapphire, and
Diamond Ring, with Cartier ring mount and
box, total 2.6 dwt, size 3 1/2.
$600-800
216.
Victorian 14kt Gold and Enamel Bangle
Bracelet, the black enamel bangle with inset
gold foliate designs, with four seed pearl
accents to front, (scratches, minor enamel
loss), total 26.2 dwt, interior cir. 6 1/4 in.
$750-1,000
216A.
Triple-strand Cultured Pearl Necklace, with
sterling silver and paste clasp, pearls dia. 2.00
to 9.00 mm, (string broken on one strand,
clasp missing stones), overall lg. 14 1/2 in.
$250-350
217.
Two 14kt Gold and Diamond Jewelry
Items, a white gold and diamond heart
slide and a bicolor gold and diamond circle
pendant on long white gold chain, total 11.5
dwt, chain lg. approx. 23, pendant dia. 1 3/8,
heart wd. 3/4 in.
$500-700
218.
14kt Gold and Diamond Cocktail Ring, with
twenty-four diamonds set in an ovoid cluster,
total 2.9 dwt, size 6 3/4.
$400-600
219.
Two Brooches, a 14kt gold and onyx
foriform brooch (surface scratches) and
a Mexican sterling silver and black stone
botanical brooch, makers mark VGV, lg. to
2 1/2 in.
$100-150
220.
Ladys Tiffany & Co. Art Deco Platinum,
Gold, and Diamond Wristwatch, the watch
with platinum, diamond, and 18kt yellow
gold case, 14kt white gold braided double-
strand band, 17-jewel movement no. 385355,
case no. 221683, total 8.3 dwt not including
movement, lg. 6 in.
$700-900
221.
Group of Mostly Signed Vintage Costume
Jewelry, makers include Kenneth Jay Lane,
Trifari, and Vogue.
$200-300
222.
Three Sterling Silver and Gold Designer
Jewelry Items, a David Yurman sterling silver
twisted cable necklace with 14kt gold and
light blue bead accents and a Tiffany & Co.
sterling silver and 18kt gold necklace and
matching bracelet, total 59.7 dwt, lg. 15, 16
1/2, and 7 3/4 in., respectively.
$400-600
223.
Six Pocket Watches, a coin silver Hampden,
two gold-flled Walthams, a gold-flled
Hamilton, an Elgin, and a small gold-flled
Wadsworth, together with an Elgin wristwatch
and a small gold-flled watch pin.
$200-300
224.
14kt Gold and Diamond Necklace,
comprised of a wide gold herringbone chain
ending in a point with full-cut and melee
diamond accents, total 19.4 dwt, lg. approx.
19 in.
$1,500-2,000
225.
14kt Gold Watch Chain, total 14.9 dwt, lg.
14 1/2 in.
$500-700
226.
14kt Gold Gem-set Ballerina Pendant,
the dancers skirt formed of red and blue
gemstones and pearls, set on a square of
14kt gold with engine-turned back, on a 14kt
gold wire necklace, total 10.1 dwt, pendant
wd. 1 1/8, necklace lg. approx. 13 1/2 in.
$300-500
227.
Lot of Sterling Silver and Silver Jewelry,
including some with semi-precious stones,
Mexican, and Native American.
$250-350
227A.
Georg Jensen Sterling Cuff Links and a
Fish Keychain, sold with long sterling clip-on
earrings and fve silver chains.
$200-300
228.
Two Southwest-style Turquoise Jewelry
Items, a cuff bracelet and a ring, both
unmarked, ring size 10 1/2, cuff interior cir.
approx. 7 in.
$200-300
229.
Marc Antia Navajo-style Turquoise and
Silver Cuff Bracelet, makers mark stamped
on the back, the cuff comprised of a large
piece of mottled turquoise surrounded by
stylized foliate designs mounted on a cuff
of fve bands of silver, wd. 2 5/8, interior cir.
approx. 8 in.
$250-350
230.
Three Sterling Silver Modernist-style
Jewelry Items, a large Metropolitan Museum
of Art pendant, 1976; an N.E. From circle
brooch, Denmark; and a square brooch.
$100-200
231.
Pair of Georg Jensen USA Acorn Earrings,
each earring formed as a single acorn framed
by two oak leaves, lg. 1 1/8 in.
$150-200
232.
Art Nouveau-style Danecraft Sterling
Silver Necklace and Earrings, made up of
openwork freeform plaques with stylized foral
and foliate designs, total 41.0 dwt, necklace
lg. 16, earrings lg. 1 in.
$150-250
233.
Two 14kt Gold and Diamond Jewelry
Items, a pair of wide yellow gold diamond-set
hoops and a white gold and diamond melee
bracelet with yellow gold highlights, makers
mark D.D., total 24.8 dwt, earrings lg. 1, wd.
3/4, bracelet lg. 7 in.
$1,000-1,500
234.
Two Carved Coral Brooches, a cameo-style
portrait medallion of a bearded man framed
in 14kt gold and pearls, and a silver-mounted
carved botanical brooch with fruits and
fowers, lg. to 2 1/8 in.
$250-350
235.
Two Silver and Turquoise Southwest-style
Cuff Bracelets, one marked sterling, both
wd. 2 3/8 in.
$300-500
236.
Small Group of 14kt Gold and Amethyst
Jewelry, a white gold, diamond, and heart-
shaped amethyst ring; a small yellow gold,
amethyst, and seed pearl pendant/pin; and
a yellow gold and amethyst pendant/brooch
with gold granulation and wirework accents
on yellow gold necklace, total 27.1 dwt, ring
size 8 1/4, large pendant lg. 2, necklace lg.
approx. 18 1/2 in.
$400-600
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237.
Small Group of Jewelry, a 14kt gold and
turquoise band, size 5 1/4, and four pairs of
earrings, one 14kt gold-mounted malachite
with diamond melee and cabochon amethyst
accents, one abstract blister pearl, one
checkerboard-pattern, set with mother-
of-pearl, and one sterling silver and paste
fowerheads.
$200-300
238.
Two 14kt Gold Brooches, a Raymond Yard
ribbed whorl brooch/clip and a retro bicolor
gold, diamond, and ruby bow brooch, total
17.4 dwt, lg. 2 and 2 3/4 in., respectively.
$600-800
238A.
Eleven Assorted Jewelry Items, including
an amber necklace, a 14kt gold band, and an
Art Nouveau-style G.Silver or silver-plated
match safe.
$100-200
239.
Three Jewelry Items, a 14kt gold and carved
jadeite ring in gold wirework and seed pearl
frame, size 8 1/4; a 14kt gold, pale blue
gemstone, and rhinestone ring, size 5 3/4;
and an onyx and seed pearl brooch with 14kt
gold mounting and accents, lg. 3 in.
$400-600
240.
Large Group of Assorted Costume
Jewelry, including rhinestone necklaces,
bracelets, and earrings, paste brooches and
clips, faux pearls, and other items.
$250-500
241.
Two Necklaces, an Elsa Peretti for Tiffany
& Co. Pisces sterling silver Zodiac pendant
on chain and a cultured pearl necklace with
14kt yellow gold clasp, lg. 28 and 36 in.,
respectively.
$300-500
242.
Two Coral Necklaces, a branch coral
necklace with 14kt white gold clasp and a
long strand of rough-cut branch coral beads,
lg. 25 and 44 in., respectively.
$200-300
243.
Three Sapphire Eternity Bands, two
channel-set in platinum and one bezel-set in
18kt gold, sizes 5 1/2 to 6 1/2.
$500-700
244.
14kt Gold and Enamel Seashell Pendant,
formed as a conch shell with pink and white
enamel interior, total 11.6 dwt, lg. 1 1/8 in.
$300-500
245.
Four 18kt Gold Gem-set Jewelry Items, a
set of three hammered gold and gemstone
stackable rings and a gold and amethyst pin,
rings size 6 1/4, brooch lg. 1 in.
$500-700
246.
Antique Granulated 14kt Gold and Carved
Coral Demi-parure, the pendant/brooch and
earpendants each set with two carved coral
roses in a revival-style granulated frame, total
14.0 dwt, lg. 3 and 2 1/2 in.
$300-500
247.
Small Group of Gold Gem-set Rings and
Stickpins, three 14kt gold rings, two with
diamonds and one with a gypsy-set citrine,
three 10kt gold rings, opal and diamond,
ruby and diamond, and garnet, and three
stickpins, two with baroque pearls and two
with diamonds, total 9.7 dwt.
$300-500
248.
Gentlemans Krieger Chronometer
Stainless Steel Wristwatch, the blue-tone
dial with baton numeral indicators, date
aperture, and three subsidiary dials, on
original leather band.
$200-300
249.
14kt Gold and Multicolored Gemstone
Bracelet, the fexible link bracelet set with
a variety of gemstones, including amethyst,
citrine, garnet, and peridot, total 13.6 dwt,
lg. 7 in.
$300-500
249A.
Very Large Group of Costume, Paste,
and Assorted Costume Jewelry, including
beaded necklaces, bangles, brooches, clips,
numerous gold-tone pieces, paste and
rhinestone, coin jewelry, and other items.
$600-900
250.
Two Mexican Sterling Silver Cross
Pendants, neither signed, total 40.2 dwt, lg.
2 3/4 and 5 1/2 in.
$100-150
251.
14kt Gold Rolex Oyster Perpetual
Wristwatch, c. 1960s, the brushed gold-tone
dial with baton numeral indicators, completed
by fexible woven gold band with deployant
clasp, lg. approx. 7 in.
$600-800
252.
Three Gold Gem-set Jewelry Items, a 14kt
gold, purple gemstone, and seed pearl bar
pin, a 14kt gold and pearl brooch, and a low-
karat gold, pearl, and peridot circle pin, total
10.4 dwt, bar pin lg. 2 1/2 in.
$200-250
253.
Two Gold Gem-set Rings, a 10kt gold and
citrine ring and an 18kt gold and diamond ring
mount, total 14.0 dwt, sizes 7 1/4 and 6 1/2.
$600-800
254.
Four 14kt Gold Gem-set Rings, a white
gold and diamond, a white gold, peridot,
and diamond, a yellow gold, blue gemstone,
and diamond, and a large yellow gold and
multicolored gemstone cocktail ring, total 17.3
dwt, sizes 6 to 7 1/2.
$600-800
255.
Three Pairs of 14kt Gold Earclips, one
white gold, cultured pearl and diamond, one
yellow gold, mab pearl, and diamond, and
one yellow gold and jadeite, total 18.1 dwt, lg.
to 3/4 in.
$500-700
256.
Victorian 14kt Gold-framed Shell-carved
Cameo Brooch, possibly depicting the head
of Perseus in profle, with wings in his curly
hair and a snake around his neck, wd. 1 7/8,
lg. 1 3/4 in.
$200-300
257.
Group of Mostly Victorian Jewelry,
including a gold-flled gem-set bangle, a 14kt
gold gem-set princess ring, a German garnet
brooch, two shell-carved cameos, a small
14kt gold, amethyst, and seed pearl pin, a
14kt gold bead necklace, a number of antique
brooches, a 14kt gold locket on chain with
diamond accent, and an additional 14kt gold
chain.
$300-400
258.
Lot of Antique Jewelry and Accessories,
including an Italian enameled medal.
$200-300
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259.
Two Pairs of Earrings, a pair of 18kt gold
and blue chalcedony earrings, and a pair of
multicolored labradorite cluster earpendants,
lg. 1 and 3 7/8 in., respectively.
$300-500
259A.
Gucci Ladys Wristwatch, a Mixed-metal
Designer Belt, and an International-style
Beaded Necklace, 1990s Gucci ladys
wristwatch with thin gold-tone band in original
box with twelve colorful interchangeable
bezels; a predominately silver-tone artisan
belt with brass-colored details, foral and
vine/stem decorations, signed and dated;
long necklace with large carved beads and
various stones in yellows, greens, and blues,
with silver and green crystal pendant with
amethyst accents, sold with a small group of
other miscellaneous jewelry items.
$175-225
260.
Two Pairs of Indian and Indian-style
Earpendants, one gilt and diamond, the
other white metal, rhinestone, and green
hardstone, (some missing stones), lg. 3 1/4
and 3 3/4 in., respectively.
$300-500
261.
14kt Gold, Jade, and Cultured Pearl
Bracelet, total 6.0 dwt, lg. 7 1/2 in.
$150-250
262.
18kt Gold, Sapphire, and Diamond
Cocktail Ring, the white gold setting on pale
yellow gold shank, total 3.5 dwt, size 6 1/2.
$300-500
263.
14kt Gold, Enamel, and Diamond Pendant,
conceived as a polar bear bursting out of a
Victorian-style locket, the polychrome enamel
bear with diamond eyes and a third diamond
in its open mouth, monogrammed to the
reverse, total 6.4 dwt, dia. 1 1/8 in.
$300-400
264.
Three Oversized 14kt Gold and Diamond
Cocktail Rings, two stamped Bass, total
22.1 dwt, sizes 8 1/2, 10, and 10 3/4.
$1,000-1,500
265.
Oversized Navajo-style Turquoise Cuff
Bracelet, lacking any visible marks, wd. 3 in.
$200-400
266.
Two Antique Jewelry Items, a pair of
engraved 10kt gold and enamel earpendants
and a 14kt gold charm bracelet with an
assortment of gold and gold-flled charms and
fobs, (losses and chips to some of the fobs),
total 39.0 dwt, earpendants lg. 2 5/8, bracelet
lg. 8 in.
$300-500
267.
Large Group of Costume Jewelry, including
beaded necklaces, gold-tone chains, stone
pendants, gold-tone bangles, faux pearls,
pocket watches, cuff links, buckles, and other
items.
$150-200
267A.
Large Group of Loose Polished and
Specimen Stones, including amethyst, rose
quartz, tigers-eye, alexandrite, and many
others.
$1,000-1,500
268.
Three Sapphire Rings, a platinum eternity
band, a 14kt yellow gold eternity band, and
a 10kt gold fowerhead ring, total 12.7 dwt,
sizes 6 1/2, 5 1/2, and 6 1/2, respectively.
$600-800
269.
Small Group of Cultured Pearl Jewelry, a
necklace with safety pin-style closure and two
pairs of earpendants, one 14kt white gold,
pearl, and diamond, the other 14kt yellow
gold and pearl, necklace lg. 21, earrings lg. 1
1/4 and 1 1/2 in., respectively.
$600-800
270.
Three Gold Gem-set Jewelry Items, an 18kt
gold, pink gemstone, and diamond fower
brooch, an abstract 14kt gold and diamond
ring, and a small 14kt gold, red stone, and
seed pearl pendant, total 16.1 dwt, brooch
wd. 1 3/8 in., ring size 6 3/4.
$600-800
271.
Ladys Tiffany & Co. 14kt Gold Wristwatch,
with blue cabochon crown and 17-jewel
movement, case no. 652472, total 15.6 dwt
not including movement, lg. 7 1/4 in., in
original box.
$400-600
272.
Two 14kt Gold and Gemstone Cocktail
Rings, one smoky quartz, total 23.3 dwt,
sizes 8 3/4 and 9 1/4.
$700-900
273.
Assembled 14kt Gold and Carved Coral
Suite, comprised of earrings, pendant, and
ring, each set with carved pale pink coral
roses, total 18.3 dwt, ring size 6 1/2, earrings
lg. 1 1/2, pendant lg. 1 1/4 in.
$500-700
274.
Three Pieces of Jewelry, a 14kt gold,
peridot, and ruby Tiffany & Co. ring in original
box; a 14kt white gold, opal, emerald, and
diamond ring; and a cultured pearl and
diamond stickpin; total 6.9 dwt, ring sizes 4
and 6 3/4, respectively.
$400-600
275.
Platinum, Emerald, and Diamond Ring, the
2.97 cts. cabochon emerald fanked by two
diamond baguettes, size 8.
$1,000-1,500
276.
Group of Silver, Art Deco, and
Ethnographic Jewelry Items, including a
sterling silver bracelet, two Art Deco plastic
bracelets and a plastic and silvered metal
bracelet, a pair of costume shoe clips, eight
pieces of Southwest Native American and
ethnographic silver jewelry and adornments,
three southwestern sterling belt mounts, and
a 1938 Royal Academy of Music medal.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$100-150
276A.
Group of Mostly Costume Jewelry,
including beaded necklaces, some sterling
items, including a Mexican sterling and
abalone brooch, a pair of carved coral
earrings, brooches, earrings, and other items.
$100-200
277.
18kt Gold Three-stone Diamond Ring, total
1.3 dwt, size 6 1/4.
$200-300
278.
Small Group of 14kt Gold and Opal
Jewelry, an opal and diamond cluster cocktail
ring and a pair of gold and opal openwork
earpendants, total 15.7 dwt, ring size 8 1/2,
earrings lg. 1 7/8 in.
$600-800
279.
Two 14kt Gold Floral-decorated Bands,
one pierced, the other with single diamond
accent, total 6.8 dwt, sizes 5 3/4 and 6 1/4,
respectively.
$300-500
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280.
18kt Gold E. Howard & Co. Hunting Case
Pocket Watch, Boston, the front case
engraved with a large stylized monogram,
movement no. 43777, case no. 49239, total
130.2 g, dia. 2 in.
$1,500-2,000
281.
South American High-karat Bicolor Gold
Circle Brooch, centering a stylized Incan-
style motif, total 9.0 dwt, wd. 1 5/16 in.
$150-200
282.
Three 14kt Gold Rings, two gentlemans
rings, a Freemasons ring with enamel and
diamond accents and a ring set with an 1873
$2.50 Liberty Head coin, and a third ring set
with a small Indian head coin, total 24.8 dwt,
sizes 11 1/2, 10 1/4, and 7 1/2, respectively.
$800-1,200
283.
Gentlemans Two-tone Stainless Steel
Omega Seamaster Wristwatch, with bar
and dot numeral indicators and date aperture,
enclosing Swiss automatic movement.
$400-600
284.
Gentlemans 18kt Gold Intaglio Seal Ring,
the stone carved with a mottoed armorial,
(cracked), total 8.4 dwt, size 8 1/2.
$200-400
285.
Two 14kt Gold Circle Link Bracelets, each
with a single 14kt gold charm, one with a bell,
the other with a piano, total 34.5 dwt, lg. 7
3/4 and 7 in.
$1,000-1,500
286.
Two 14kt Gold, Enamel, and Diamond
Jewelry Items, a gold and black enamel
circle pin with foliate diamond accent, and a
pair of gold, royal blue enamel, and diamond
hemispherical earrings, total 7.8 dwt, pin dia.
1 1/2, earrings lg. 3/4 in.
$250-350
287.
Five Sterling Silver Jewelry Items, a Delft
porcelain butterfy brooch and pendant on
chain, a Scandinavian pale blue enamel
butterfy brooch, a David-Andersen silver
and hardstone pendant, and a Danecraft
moonstone necklace.
$150-250
288.
Victorian Carved Coral Brooch, the brooch
carved in heavy relief, depicting a cherubs
head surrounded by rose blossoms and
leaves, on 14kt gold wirework mounting,
(some breakage and minor losses), lg. 3 1/4,
wd. 2 in.
$200-250
289.
Francisco Rebajes Sterling Silver Tragedy/
Comedy Suite, comprised of cuff bracelet,
earrings, and two brooches depicting tragedy
and comedy masks, cuff wd. 2, interior cir.
approx. 7, tragedy brooch lg. 1 1/2 in.
$100-200
289A.
Large Group of Loose Polished and
Specimen Stones, including ruby, lapis,
sapphire, opal, and amber.
$1,000-1,500
290.
Six Pieces of Chanel Gold-tone Costume
Jewelry, three pairs of earclips, one with
mab pearl, a wristwatch, a bracelet (wear to
fnish), and a chain.
$200-300
291.
Group of Silver and Costume Jewelry,
including a sterling rattle, several sterling
bracelets, sterling earrings, several hardstone
items, and rings.
$200-300
292.
Small Group of Mostly Silver Jewelry,
including a multi-strand freshwater pearl
necklace and three sterling cuffs, all with
makers marks; a silver and hardstone
beaded bracelet, two pairs of Mexican sterling
earclips, several rings, pendants, and other
items.
$100-150
293.
14kt Gold Waltham Hunting Case Pocket
Watch, the case with multicolored gold foral
decoration, inside back case engraved To
Theo from Father and Mother, Jan. 7, 1892,
all three cases stamped 14K, movement
no. 4598970, case no. 340687, total 111.4
g, dia. 2 in., together with a low-karat gold
watch chain with charm and pocketknife.
$800-1,200
294.
Small Group of Gold and Diamond
Jewelry, four rings, one 14kt yellow gold, one
14kt white gold, and two 18kt white gold,
sizes 5 1/2 to 6 3/4, and a pair of small 14kt
gold and diamond studs, total 11.1 dwt.
$300-500
295.
Group of Mostly Southwestern-style
Sterling and Hardstone Jewelry, a Tommy
Singer long turquoise and hardstone beaded
necklace and two sterling cuffs, four silver
bracelets with stones, two possibly Navajo,
one marked Sterling W.B., three pins, fve
pendants, a bill clip, seven pairs of pierced
earrings, and a pair of clip-ons.
$200-300
296.
Pair of High-karat Gold, Seed Pearl, and
Enamel Earrings, each formed as a gold
quatrefoil with seed pearl frame enclosing an
enameled portrait of a maiden with a scarf,
total 5.6 dwt, lg. 1 1/2 in.
$200-300
297.
Small Group of Gem-set Jewelry, two pairs
of 14kt gold earrings, one with light blue
stones, the other green, and a multicolored
gem-set silver band, size 5 1/2.
$500-700
298.
Three 14kt Gold Gem-set Rings, a
gold and cultured pearl fowerhead ring,
a contemporary gold ring set with opal,
amethyst, and diamond, and a gold and
cabochon jade ring, total 17.3 dwt, sizes 5
1/2, 6 1/2, and 6 1/4.
$500-700
299.
18kt White Gold, Sapphire, and Diamond
Cluster Cocktail Ring, (missing two stones),
total 5.7 dwt, size 4 3/4.
$300-500
300.
Group of Paste and Rhinestone Costume
Jewelry, including brooches, necklaces, and
earclips, some sets, makers include Weiss
and Coro.
$200-300
301.
Three 14kt White Gold Jewelry Items, two
long chains and a small Art Deco-style gold
and diamond brooch, total 11.1 dwt, chains
lg. approx. 30, brooch lg. 1 1/4 in.
$300-500
302.
14kt Gold and Diamond Buckle Bracelet,
the bracelet of two strands of woven yellow
gold links, with functioning diamond buckle,
total 21.2 dwt, adjustable to maximum interior
cir. of 6 1/4 in.
$750-1,000
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303.
Group of Mostly 14kt Gold Jewelry,
including broken chains, bracelets, and ring
mounts, total 17.8 dwt.
$600-800
304.
Five Sterling Silver and 14kt Gold Bangles,
four with sea life closures, a conch shell, a
scallop shell, a sand dollar, and a starfsh, the
ffth with a gold bead terminal, total 47.5 dwt.
$400-600
305.
Three Green Hardstone Jewelry Items, a
14kt gold, jade, and black enamel brooch and
two green stone bands, one set with a blue
cabochon, brooch wd. 1 5/8 in., ring sizes 6
1/4 and 7 3/4.
$300-500
306.
Modern Sterling Silver and Amethyst
Brooch, makers mark CS stamped to back,
the rectangular brooch with molded free-form
edges, two cast mythical beasts, and set with
two cabochon amethysts, lg. 3, wd. 2 1/4 in.
$150-250
307.
Margot de Taxco Sterling Silver Necklace
and Bracelet, Mexico, mid-20th century,
the matching necklace and bracelet with
stylized Greek key and shell motifs, both with
stamped makers mark, the necklace with
eagle no. 1, the bracelet with eagle no. 16,
total 131.7 dwt, necklace lg. 16, bracelet, lg.
6 3/4 in.
$300-400
308.
18kt Gold and Aquamarine Bracelet, set
with seven emerald-cut aquamarines, total
11.8 dwt, lg. 6 1/2 in.
$400-600
309.
Two 14kt White Gold and Diamond Jewelry
Items, a small ring (missing a stone), and a
gold, diamond, and emerald Art Deco-style
bracelet, total 6.7 dwt, ring size 7, bracelet lg.
6 3/4 in.
$600-800
310.
Two Southwest-style Silver and Hardstone
Cuffs, one set with turquoise, the other with
turquoise and carnelian.
$250-350
310A.
Large Group of Loose Polished and
Specimen Stones, including malachite,
rose quartz, diamonds, amethyst, spinel,
chrysoberyl, emerald, garnet, aquamarine,
and many others.
$1,000-1,500
311.
Two Gold and Citrine Brooches, a 14kt
gold and citrine circle pin, set with a large
citrine, and an 18kt gold bar pin set with fve
dangling citrines, total 20.1 dwt, bar pin lg. 2
1/2 in.
$400-600
312.
Group of Ethnic and Ethnic-style Jewelry,
including Indian-style necklaces, Egyptian
ivory, beaded necklaces, and other items.
$300-400
313.
Gentlemans 18kt Gold Omega
Seamaster Wristwatch, automatic
chronometer, with Arabic numerals, on leather
band.
$600-800
314.
Antique 14kt Gold, Enamel, Seed Pearl,
and Cameo Demi-parure, comprised of
pendant/brooch and matching earrings, each
centering a carved stone cameo framed in
14kt gold with black enamel decoration and
single seed pearl accent, total 13.1 dwt,
brooch lg. 1 3/4, earrings lg. 1 7/8 in.
$200-400
315.
Four Assorted Wristwatches, a stainless
steel Tag Heuer with sapphire crystal, a 14kt
gold Hamilton, a 14kt white gold Benrus with
stainless steel band, and an 18kt gold Bulova
Accutron.
$600-800
316.
Three Diamond Brooches, a platinum and
diamond spray brooch and two Edwardian
bar pins, one set with both sapphires and
diamonds, total 17.9 dwt, sapphire pin lg. 3
in.
$400-600
317.
Pair of 14kt Rose Gold, Cabochon
Turquoise, and Diamond Earrings, total 7.8
dwt, lg. 1 1/8 in.
$200-300
318.
14kt Gold Carved Cameo Pendant, the
hardstone cameo set within an openwork and
granulated 14kt gold frame, total 10.1 dwt, lg.
2 in., on associated gold-flled chain.
$400-600
319.
Assorted Group of Costume Jewelry,
including faux pearls, beaded necklaces,
paste and rhinestone items, gold-tone earclips
and brooches, and other items, including
some signed Monet pieces.
$100-150
320.
Parenti Sterling Silver-gilt, Paste, and
Rhinestone Suite, comprised of pendant
necklace/brooch, triple-strand bracelet, ring,
and two pairs of earrings, in original box.
$200-300
321.
Large Group of Costume Jewelry, including
faux pearls, paste, gold-tone jewelry, bangles,
and other items.
$250-350
322.
18kt Gold and Enamel Hunting Case
Pocket Watch, French Morris & Co., London,
the case decorated with royal blue enamel
stylized foliate designs to front and back, case
no. 5392, total 34.3 g, dia. 1 3/8 in.
$400-600
323.
Two 14kt Gold Shell-carved Cameo Items,
a pair of Italian earrings and a pendant with
a mans head in profle, framed in 14kt gold
with blue enamel forget-me-nots (enamel
loss), on gold-flled chain, pendant lg. 2 1/8 in.
$250-350
324.
Four Antique 14kt Gold Jewelry Items, a
shell-carved cameo ring, a red cabochon
gemstone and pearl ring, an opal ring, and a
gold-framed shell-carved cameo brooch, total
21.8 dwt, brooch lg. 2 in., ring sizes 6, 8, and
7, respectively.
$400-600
324A.
Seven Gold Gem-set Rings, mostly jade,
one opal, four 14kt gold, including two with
diamonds, and three 18kt gold, total 39.4
dwt, sizes 6 to 10.
$800-1,000
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325.
Four Platinum and Gold Gem-set Jewelry
Items, a platinum and diamond Art Deco-
style Hamilton wristwatch, lacking band,
17-jewel movement, 7.5 dwt not including
movement, and three blue gemstone and
diamond rings, two 14kt white gold and one
platinum, rings total 17.8 dwt, sizes 9 1/4, 5
3/4, and 7.
$1,000-1,500
326.
Large Group of Mostly Fashion
Wristwatches, including Bulova, DKNY,
Wittnauer, and Elgin.
$100-200
327.
Small Group of Assorted Mostly Antique
Jewelry, including a 14kt gold gem-set crown
ring, a 14kt gold and gemstone solitaire ring,
a low-karat gold princess ring, a pair of
marcasite clips, a gold-flled bangle, several
garnet and carved coral pieces, and other
items.
$200-400
328.
Four Pocket and Wristwatches, a small
14kt gold Illinois hunting case pocket
watch, a Burlington Special open-face gold-
flled pocket watch, a 14kt rose gold Cort
wristwatch on stainless steel band, and a
white metal Westfeld wristwatch.
$400-600
329.
Two Similar 14kt Gold, Diamond, and
Sapphire Sunburst Brooches, total 8.5 dwt,
wd. 1 3/8 and 7/8 in.
$250-350
330.
Lot of Costume Jewelry and Accessories,
including Trifari, Hattie Carnegie, Napier,
Ben-Amun, and a Jay Strongwater jeweled
enameled lemon-form trinket box.
$250-350
330A.
Group of Gilt-metal, Faux Pearl,
Rhinestone, and Coin Costume Jewelry,
including many signed designer pieces such
as Haskell, Napier, Kenneth Lane, Monet,
Yohai, Kate Hines and others.
$300-400
331.
Ladys 14kt Gold and Diamond Waltham
Open-face Pocket Watch, the back case
with diamond-inset monogram, diamond
movement no. 14011750, case no. 307516,
total 27.8 g, dia. 1 1/8 in.
$200-300
332.
14kt Gold Antique-style Necklace,
comprised of circle links interspersed with
pyramidal and engraved ovoid beads, total
18.1 dwt, lg. 21 in.
$500-700
333.
14kt Gold Bracelet, composed of alternating
round and concave rectangular plaques
engraved with birds and butterfies, the round
plaques set within scalloped frames, total
10.9 dwt, lg. 7 in.
$300-500
334.
Two Gold Jewelry Items, an 18kt yellow
gold fexible link necklace, total 24.3 dwt, lg.
16 1/2, and a 14kt bicolor gold and diamond
pendant, total 3.4 dwt, lg. 1 1/8 in.
$1,500-2,000
335.
Group of Assorted Jewelry, including
several Scandinavian sterling silver brooches,
two paste and rhinestone brooches, three
stickpins, an ivory necklace and earrings,
a jade bead necklace and earrings, a gold-
framed shell-carved cameo brooch, and other
items.
$200-300
336.
Group of Beaded Necklaces and Other
Costume Jewelry, including crystal, glass,
enamel, and faux pearl.
$225-375
337.
Group of Silver Jewelry and Assorted
Articles, including Danecraft and Peruzzi
pieces, a beaded necklace, garnet earrings,
and other items.
$275-325
338.
Group of Antique and Costume Jewelry,
including jet beads, a gold-flled bangle, coral
brooches, a gold-flled hardstone scarab
bracelet, additional hardstone pieces, a
micromosaic cross pendant, and other items.
$275-475
339.
Bone, Lapis Lazuli, and Turquoise
Necklace, together with two pairs of similar
earrings, necklace lg. 28 1/2 in.
$100-150
340.
Group of Tribal and Ethnic-style Jewelry,
including Southwest-style turquoise
necklaces, cuffs, and brooches, a large
hardstone bead necklace, a pair of anklets,
and other items.
$275-375
341.
Two Gold Jewelry Items, a pair of 14kt gold
carved cameo earrings and an 18kt gold and
citrine cocktail ring, total 12.1 dwt, earrings lg.
1 1/8 in., ring size 7 1/2.
$300-500
342.
Small Group of Mostly Antique Jewelry,
a number of stickpins, including two
carved coral, a shell-carved cameo, and
an aquamarine, an unmounted horseshoe-
shaped shell-carved cameo (damage), a
micromosaic goldstone brooch, and a strand
of goldstone beads with sterling silver clasp.
$400-600
343.
Small Group of Jewelry, including two
grouse foot pins, two fexible ivory bracelets,
and an .875 silver brooch and matching
earrings.
$250-350
343A.
Group of Hardstone and Gemstone
Beaded Necklaces and Pendants, including
amber, garnet, pearl, rose quartz, jade, and
malachite.
$300-500
344.
10kt Gold-framed Shell-carved Cameo
Brooch, with fnely detailed carving depicting
two classical goddesses or women emerging
from clouds, with small fgures of a cherub
and an owl at the bottom right and a crescent
moon overhead, lg. 2 1/2, wd. 2 1/4 in.
$250-350
345.
Five Assorted Necklaces, two branch coral
and three beaded.
$200-300
346.
Two Beaded Gemstone Necklaces, both
faceted and graduated, lg. 15 1/2 and 18 in.
$150-250
347.
Small Group of Gold and Gold-flled
Jewelry, including a 14kt gold and diamond
Art Nouveau pin, a 14kt gold, enamel, and
diamond pin, a pair of gold-flled anvil cuff
links, a Waltham hunting case pocket watch,
a 14kt gold and seed pearl-framed painted
brooch, and other items.
$300-500
348.
Group of Sterling Silver Jewelry, including
a number of rings, some gem-set, two
contemporary pendants, a foral brooch, and
other items.
$175-225
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349.
Three Gold Jewelry Items, an 18kt gold and
opal ring, a 14kt gold and horn ring, and a
14kt gold pendant on chain, total 24.7 dwt,
ring sizes 7 1/2 and 6 1/2.
$200-300
350.
Four Jade Jewelry Items, a 10kt gold ring,
a carved fsh pendant on gold-flled chain, a
carved pendant on 14kt gold chain, and a
multicolored carved jade pendant on cord.
$200-300
351.
Group of Assorted Mostly Silver Rings,
including agate, carnelian, opal, malachite,
and cinnabar.
$250-350
352.
Small Group of Antique Gold and Gold-
flled Jewelry, including a 14kt gold, pearl,
and diamond foral stickpin, two gold
and seed pearl Art Nouveau stickpins, a
bloodstone and onyx fob, a gem-set insect
pin, a pair of enameled earrings, a pair of 14kt
gold lingerie pins, and other items.
$200-250
353.
Three Cultured Pearl Necklaces, two
graduated, all with white gold clasps, two
10kt, one 14kt.
$200-300
354.
Group of Asian Jewelry, Unmounted
Stones, and Rough-cut Gems, including
two green stone bangles, a long green stone
beaded necklace, several large carved jade
items, and a number of polished and rough-
cut gemstones and beads.
$300-400
355.
Two 14kt Gold Gem-set Cocktail Rings,
a citrine and a smoky topaz, total 20.4 dwt,
sizes 6 1/2 and 8 1/2, respectively.
$250-350
356.
Small Group of Beaded Jewelry, including
angelskin coral, garnet, and Venetian glass,
(several need restringing).
$200-300
357.
Group of Assorted Pocket Watches,
Penknives, and Keys, including Locust,
Elgin, and Waltham.
$200-300
358.
Two Gold Gem-set Rings, an 18kt
gold, enamel, and green stone ring, likely
tourmaline, and a 14kt gold and garnet cluster
ring, total 9.1 dwt, both size 6 1/2.
$300-500
358A.
Group of Silver and Costume Jewelry,
including enameled bangles, earrings, fligree
brooches, a mans Jules Jurgensen stainless
steel watch, necklaces, and other items.
$300-500
359.
Assorted Group of Costume Jewelry,
including earrings, several enameled and
paste compacts, brooches, some sets,
faux pearls, wristwatches, and other items,
including signed pieces from Trifari, Mazar,
Coro, and Florenza.
$150-200
360.
Two 18kt Gold and Aquamarine Items, a
gold, aquamarine, and diamond brooch and a
gold and aquamarine ring, both set with large
oval-cut aquamarines, total 22.4 dwt, brooch
wd. 2 1/2 in., ring size 7 1/2.
$800-1,000
361.
Four Gold Rings, a 14kt gold, enamel, and
diamond pansy ring, a 10kt gold and diamond
ring, a square 14kt gold and diamond ring,
and a 14kt gold fexible brick-link ring, total
15.5 dwt, sizes 7, 7 1/4, 6 1/2, and 8 1/2,
respectively.
$300-500
362.
Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver, 18kt Gold, and
Hematite Suite, comprised of cuff bracelet,
necklace, earrings, and ring, size 6, together
with an Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co. 18kt gold
open heart pendant on chain.
$400-600
363.
Small Group of Silver Jewelry, including
a woven mesh necklace, a gem-set charm
bracelet, two additional charm bracelets, a
cross pendant, and other items.
$200-250
363A.
Large Group of Beaded and Costume
Jewelry, including numerous strands of
faux pearls, gold-tone brooches, paste and
rhinestone pieces, some sets, and many
beaded necklaces.
$200-250
364.
Small Group of Coral and Cameo Jewelry,
including a branch coral necklace, a woven
coral bead necklace, a pair of coral grape
bunch earrings, several unmounted cameos,
two costume cameo suites, and other items.
$200-300
365.
Three Amber Beaded Necklaces.
$200-400
366.
Two Jewelry Items, a graduated cultured
pearl necklace with silver clasp and an 18kt
gold, emerald, and diamond ring, necklace lg.
19 in., ring size 7.
$300-500
367.
Small Group of International Jewelry, an
Indian-style necklace, a beaded collar (minor
losses), a silver-gilt Israeli brooch, and a pair
of Indian-style buttons or slides.
$250-350
368.
Small Group of Assorted Jewelry, including
three sterling silver and rhinestone bar pins, a
sterling silver and paste bracelet and earrings,
and two beaded necklaces.
$200-250
369.
Small Group of Beaded Necklaces,
including wood and Bohemian glass.
$200-400
369A.
18kt Gold Omega Open-face Pocket
Watch, base metal inner case, movement no.
4082469, case no. 5154895, total 69.6 g,
dia. 2 in.
$400-600
370.
Large Group of Costume Jewelry, including
beaded necklaces, watches, cameos, faux-
pearls, international and modernist pieces,
and signed designer fashion jewelry.
$300-400
371.
Large Group of Silver and Silver-tone
Jewelry, mostly Southwestern and Mexican,
some with hardstone accents, including
a watch, possibly Navajo, signed BS;
bracelets, earrings, rings, pins including two
large butterfy brooches, and a pair of South
African sterling cuff links.
$200-250
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372.
Small Group of Gold and Diamond
Jewelry, three large 10kt gold hoops, a 14kt
gold ring, a pair of 10kt gold heart earrings,
and a pair of 14kt gold half-hoops, total 22.6
dwt, ring size 7.
$800-1,200
373.
Three Small Gold Rings, an 18kt gold band,
a 14kt gold and ruby eternity band, and a
14kt gold and diamond solitaire, total 4.2 dwt,
sizes 3 1/2, 5 1/2, and 4, respectively.
$400-600
374.
14kt Gold, Sapphire, and Seed Pearl
Crescent Brooch, total 2.4 dwt, wd. 2 1/2 in.
$300-500
375.
Four Gold Jewelry Items, a 14kt gold and
opal bangle, a 14kt gold and pearl ring, a
14kt gold, sapphire, and diamond ring, and a
14kt gold and pink cabochon gemstone ring,
total 20.5 dwt, bangle interior cir. 6 1/2 in.,
ring sizes 5, 5 1/4, and 6.
$500-700
376.
Renaissance Revival 14kt Gold, Enamel,
and Rose-cut Diamond Dome Ring, c.
1940s, formed as a royal blue enamel dome
set with rose-cut diamonds in a gold star, the
dome held by two caryatid fgures, total 7.3
dwt, size 7 3/4.
$250-350
376A.
Group of Mostly Antique Jewelry Items,
including a red amber necklace (not tested),
cameos, stick- and other pins, and a 14kt
tricolor gold rolling band ring.
$150-200
377.
Three 18kt Gold Brooches, a gold and
carved coral rose brooch, a gold and carved
lapis lazuli clover, and a gem-set brooch
formed as an insect on a fowering branch,
total 18.2 dwt, rose brooch lg. 2 1/2 in.
$300-500
378.
Small Group of Antique Jewelry, including
three mourning brooches, two shell-carved
cameo brooches, a pietra dura brooch, and a
gold-flled childs bracelet.
$150-250
379.
Two Gold Gem-set Rings, a 14kt gold and
diamond ring and an 18kt gold, multicolored
gemstone, and diamond ring, total 15.3 dwt,
sizes 6 3/4 and 8 3/4, respectively.
$500-700
380.
Three 14kt Gold Jewelry Items, comprising
a 14kt rose gold link bracelet, a 14kt gold
ring, bezel-set with an emerald-cut emerald,
full-cut diamond melee accents, and a 14kt
gold ring set with an emerald-cut blue topaz
fanked by marquise- and full-cut diamond
melee, 29.8 dwt, lg. 7 in., size 7 3/4, and 6
1/4.
$1,000-1,500
381.
14kt Gold and Amethyst Cocktail Ring,
stamped Nolan, set with an oversized
emerald-cut amethyst, total 14.8 dwt, size 7
1/2.
$300-500
382.
Two Gold Gem-set Brooches, an 18kt gold
gem-set wreath brooch and a 14kt gold and
diamond circle pin, total 16.2 dwt, wreath wd.
1 3/8 in.
$600-800
382A.
Gentlemans 24kt Gold and Gemstone
Ring, set with a deep red cabochon, total
12.4 dwt, size 10.
$700-900
383.
18kt Gold and Cabochon Emerald
Bracelet, total 7.7 dwt, lg. 7 1/2 in.
$400-600
384.
Group of Gold Jewelry, including a 14kt
gold and seed pearl bar pin, a 10kt gold and
seed pearl lingerie pin, a pair of 14kt gold
fowerhead earrings, three small 14kt gold and
seed pearl foral pins, a 14kt gold, enamel,
and diamond bow brooch, a 14kt gold and
seed pearl botanical brooch, two stickpins,
and other items, total 19.5 dwt.
$600-800
385.
18kt Gold Waltham Hunting Case Pocket
Watch, movement no. 1558354, case no.
8112, (bezel loose), total 69.6 g, dia. 1 5/8 in.
$600-800
386.
Small Group of Jewelry, a strand of worry
beads, two 14kt gold bracelets, and two 18kt
gold rings, total 11.8 dwt gold.
$400-600
387.
Three Silver and Hardstone Southwest-
style Jewelry Items, a turquoise buckle, a
cuff bracelet, and a ring.
$200-300
388.
Four Jewelry Items, a 14t gold and amethyst
ring, a 14kt gold and diamond sword stickpin,
and two small lockets, total 10.2 dwt.
$350-450
389.
Group of Assorted Mostly Sterling Silver
Jewelry, including bracelets, rings, brooches,
and other items.
$150-250
390.
Group of Assorted Jewelry, including a
pietra dura brooch, jet beaded items, faux
pearls, several paste and rhinestone pieces, a
green stone necklace, two micromosaic pins
and a pendant, several small gold pieces,
rings, and other items.
$300-600
391.
Two Lapis Lazuli Jewelry Items, a carved
pendant on chain and a 14kt yellow gold,
lapis, and turquoise ring.
$150-250
392.
Small Group of Gold Jewelry, three rings,
a 14kt gold signet ring and two ring mounts,
and two thimbles, one 10kt and one 14kt,
total 13.7 dwt.
$300-500
393.
Small Group of Gentlemans 14kt Gold
Items, a pair of knot cuff links, a money clip,
and a converted watch case, total 27.9 dwt.
$800-1,200
393A.
Three Gentlemans 18kt Gold and
Gemstone Rings, two opal, total 19.5 dwt,
sizes 9 3/4 to 10.
$800-1,200
394.
Three Gold and Diamond Jewelry Items, a
10kt gold, synthetic sapphire, and diamond
ring, a 14kt gold and diamond log charm,
and a diamond-accented 14kt gold Waltham
open-face pocket watch, total. 22.4 dwt.
$400-600
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395.
Small Group of Costume and Sterling
Silver Jewelry, some signed pieces, including
Richelieu, Coro, Carolee, Hobe, Danecraft,
Trifari, and Mexican sterling silver items.
$200-300
396.
Gold-flled Open-face Hamilton Pocket
Watch, 17-jewel movement no. 1415479,
case no. 8415093, (bezel cracked), total
117.5 g, dia. 2 1/8 in.
$100-150
397.
Ladys 14kt White Gold and Diamond
Elgin Wristwatch, 17-jewel movement no.
35017830, on black cord.
$300-400
398.
Small Group of Assorted Jewelry, a garnet
and faux pearl beaded necklace, a white gold,
diamond, and gemstone ring, a 14kt yellow
gold and green stone ring, and several pairs
of opal and diamond earrings (one single
earring).
$400-600
399.
Three Southwest-style Silver and
Hardstone Personal Items, a fask, a hair
clip, and a large buckle.
$300-500
400.
Large Group of Mostly Vintage Beaded
Glass Necklaces.
$200-300
401.
Small Group of Jewelry, a hardstone
bracelet, a crystal necklace, ivory, and coral
items.
$100-200
402.
Two Silver and Turquoise Southwest-style
Jewelry Items, a cuff and a ring.
$200-250
402A.
Six 18kt Gold-framed Gemstone Pendants,
including citrine and opal, total 28.5 dwt.
$800-1,200
403.
Large Group of Beaded Necklaces,
primarily hardstone, including turquoise, cats-
eye, mother-of-pearl, and amethyst.
$250-400
404.
14kt Gold-framed Shell-carved Cameo
Pendant/Brooch, depicting the Three Graces
in diaphanous gowns, lg. 2 1/8 in.
$200-400
405.
Art Nouveau 14kt Gold, Amethyst, and
Freshwater Pearl Lavaliere Necklace,
set with a single faceted amethyst and
four freshwater pearls in a gold scrollwork
pendant, on 14kt gold chain, total 2.0 dwt,
chain lg. 18, pendant lg. 1 3/4 in.
$200-300
406.
Four Southwest-style Jewelry Items, a
sterling silver and turquoise cuff bracelet
watch, an abalone butterfy brooch, and
two pairs of earrings, one turquoise and one
Jensen-style sterling silver.
$150-250
407.
Shell-carved Cameo, unmounted, in gold-
tone frame, depicting a classical maiden or
goddess in a horse-drawn chariot, lg. 1 5/8
in.
$150-250
408.
Three Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Jewelry
Items, a woven circle brooch, a dolphin
brooch with 18kt gold accent, and a pair of
Elsa Peretti Bean cuff links.
$250-350
409.
Two Southwest-style Turquoise Cuff
Bracelets.
$200-300
410.
Small Group of Jewelry, a foral enamel
pendant watch, two gemstone rings, one 14kt
gold and one sterling, a 14kt gold chain, and
a brooch (pin broken).
$150-250
411.
Small Group of Rhinestone and Paste
Jewelry, including a sterling silver necklace
and some signed pieces, makers include Otis,
Coro, and Trifari.
$200-400
412.
Hardstone Cuff Bracelet, with a reclined
bear stretched across the cuff.
$200-300
413.
Small Group of Mostly Signed Costume
Jewelry, including Mexican sterling silver,
Monet, Coro, and Trifari.
$200-300
414.
Three Pairs of Earrings, two 18kt gold, one
with diamond and one with enamel, total
2.6 dwt, and a third pair of gold-flled and
gemstone earrings.
$150-250
414A.
Six 18kt Gold Gem-set Rings, one with
diamonds, total 23.9 dwt, sizes 5 3/4 to 7
3/4.
$700-900
415.
Large Group of Mostly Native American
and Southwest-style Jewelry, including
turquoise necklaces, beadwork, bolo ties,
sterling bracelets, rings, and necklaces, a
fetish necklace, heishi necklaces, and other
items.
$200-300
416.
Group of Gold Jewelry, including three
chains (two with broken clasps), a pair of 14kt
gold hoops, a 10kt gold and green stone leaf
brooch, a 10kt gold circle brooch, a pair of
14kt gold hammered earrings, a pair of 10kt
gold diamond-shaped earrings, a 14kt gold
gemstone ring, a 10kt gold band, a small 10kt
gold fraternal pin, a pair of tricolor 10kt gold
leaf earrings, and a single 14kt gold and pearl
earring, total 39.2 dwt.
$1,000-1,500
417.
Two Southwest-style Accessory Items, a
turquoise fask and a multicolored hardstone-
set hair ornament.
$300-500
418.
Six Assorted Watches, including a boxed
18kt gold Jaeger-LeCoultre on crocodile
band, Lucerne, Gbelin, and Omega.
$200-300
419.
Art Deco Synthetic Sapphire and Diamond
Ring, set with a cabochon synthetic sapphire
measuring approx. 7.60 x 5.20 x 4.40 mm,
framed by fancy-cut blue stones and single-
cut diamond melee, 14kt white gold mount,
millegrain and engraved accents, size 6 1/2,
(loss).
$300-500
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420.
14kt White Gold and Carved Jade Ring, the
pierced jade plaque framed with seed pearls
and black enamel accents, total 4.0 dwt, size
6 1/4.
$300-500
421.
Three Bands, a platinum and diamond
eternity band and two 14kt gold bands,
total 6.9 dwt, sizes 5 3/4, 6 1/4, and 6 1/2,
respectively.
$400-600
422.
Two Jewelry Items, a silver and malachite
beaded necklace and a Tiffany & Co. triple
heart sterling silver brooch.
$100-150
423.
14kt Gold and Diamond Bracelet, formed
as gold spiral links interspersed with
diamonds, total 16.1 dwt, lg. 6 3/4 in.
$800-1,200
424.
Lot of Mostly Costume Jewelry, including
garnet and lapis lazuli necklace, paste
brooches, white onyx earrings, faux pearls, a
garnet suite, and other items.
$300-500
425.
18kt Gold Key-wind Open-face Pocket
Watch, with engraved foral design to back
and a seated maiden engraved to the face,
base metal inner case from Arnold Adam &
Co., London, total 72.5 g, dia. 1 7/8 in.
$300-500
425A.
Small Group of Assorted 18kt Gold Gem-
set Jewelry, two brooches, two pendants, a
pair of earrings, and two rings, total 34.4 dwt.
$800-1,000
426.
Group of Assorted Jewelry Items Including
Sterling, Marcasite, and Gold, including an
18kt gold and rose quartz Buddha pendant,
bracelets, other pendants, necklaces, rings,
earrings, and a brooch.
$200-250
427.
Group of Assorted Mens and Womens
Antique Jewelry Items, including four pocket
watches, cameos, a German silver mesh
purse, two lockets, Victorian-style gold-tone
set with earrings, pendant, and brooch,
Victorian-style mens items including cuff links
and tie tacks, and four gold and white gold
rings, some with detailed engravings, one with
a diamond.
$200-300
428.
Group of Mostly Costume Jewelry,
including several designer wristwatches, paste
rings, beaded bracelets, stickpins, and other
items.
$200-300
429.
Antique Continental Silver Chatelaine,
formed of quatrefoil links with three
anthropomorphic plaques, with four tassels
and a seal fob to end, overall lg. 9 in.
$200-250
430.
Ladys Gold-flled Waltham Hunting Case
Pocket Watch, movement no. 14873829,
case no. 6389451, (face cracked, lacking
bezel), total 32.7 g, dia. 1 1/4 in.
$150-250
431.
Small Group of Mostly Silver Jewelry, an
Italian woven mesh sterling necklace, three
botanical brooches, a botanical-decorated
bangle, an .800 silver coin bracelet, a sterling
gem-set ring, a turquoise ring, an enameled
mushroom brooch, and other items.
$200-300
432.
Small Group of White Gold and Diamond
Jewelry, a 14kt gold bracelet, a 10kt gold
ring, a 14kt gold pearl and diamond ring,
and a pair of 10kt gold half-diamond hoop
earrings, total 21.9 dwt, bracelet lg. 6 3/4 in,
ring sizes 8 1/4 and 6 3/4, respectively.
$800-1,200
433.
Small Group of Mexican and
Southwestern-style Jewelry, an oversized
Peruvian sterling cuff, two Zuni Knifewing
dancer brooches, a turquoise brooch, two
turquoise rings, and a Mexican sterling silver
and cabochon amethyst bracelet.
$200-250
434.
Four Gold and Diamond Jewelry Items,
three small diamond solitaires, two 14kt and
one 10kt gold, and a 14kt gold and diamond
pendant on chain, total 6.2 dwt, ring sizes 6
1/4, 6 1/2, and 8.
$600-800
435.
Small Group of Cultured and Faux Pearl
Jewelry, a graduated cultured pearl necklace,
two pairs of earrings, one with gold-flled
backs, the other Marvella, and a costume
circle pin, in Yamanaka & Co. box.
$200-300
435A.
Group of Assorted 18kt Gold Mostly Gem-
set Jewelry, seven rings, a brooch, a pair of
earrings, and two chains, total 37.7 dwt.
$700-900
436.
Large Group of Mostly Silver Filigree
Jewelry, some gilt, including brooches,
pendants, wirework bracelets, earrings, and a
large gilt wirework Portuguese galleon fgure.
$250-350
437.
Small Group of Assorted Gentlemans
Jewelry, mostly single tie tacks, several
karat gold examples, including some set with
diamonds
$300-500
438.
Ladys Platinum and Diamond Glycine
Art Deco-style Wristwatch, on stretchable
stainless steel band, with 17-jewel movement.
$400-600
439.
Two Small Diamond Bands, one platinum
and one 14kt white gold, total 2.0 dwt, both
size 5 1/4.
$200-400
440.
Three Cultured Pearl Necklaces, two
graduated single strands, lg. 18 and 24, and
a graduated triple-strand necklace, (needs to
be restrung), lg. 30 in.
$300-400
441.
Nine Assorted Open-face and Hunting
Case Pocket Watches, including a 14kt
white gold Tavannes, 21-jewel movement,
and watches by Elgin, Hamilton, and
Waltham, among others.
$300-500
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442.
Small Group of Gold Jewelry, a 14kt gold
and paste foral brooch, a pair of 14kt gold
and pearl lingerie pins, a 14kt gold and pearl
wreath pin, a 14kt gold and pearl bar pin, a
14kt gold band, a gold gem-set stickpin, and
a 14kt gold sword-form hatpin, total 17.8 dwt.
$150-250
443.
Two Cultured Pearl Items, a double-strand
graduated necklace (needs to be restrung), lg.
21, and a triple-strand bracelet, lg. 7 1/2 in.,
both with 14kt white gold, pearl, and diamond
clasps.
$500-700
444.
Seven 14kt Gold Charms, six teddy bears
and a slot machine, total 10.4 dwt.
$300-400
445.
Pair of 14kt Gold and Amethyst Pins, each
set with a single oval-cut amethyst with gold
balls and C-scrolls, total 6.8 dwt, lg. 1 1/8 in.
$150-250
446.
Two Wristwatches, a 14kt gold Waltham and
a rose gold Longines.
$250-350
447.
18kt Gold Open-face Pocket Watch,
movement no. 1562722, case no. 1613914,
total 62.3 g, dia. 1 7/8 in., together with
a gold-flled watch chain and pocketknife,
boxed.
$400-600
448.
14kt White Gold, Diamond, and Sapphire
Three-stone Bypass-style Ring, total 3.0
dwt, size 8 1/4.
$500-700
448A.
Large Group of Primarily 14kt Gold
Jewelry, including a pocket watch, cuff links,
rings, a brooch, earrings, and pendants, total
52.6 dwt not including pocket watch.
$1,000-1,500
449.
Group of Assorted Silver and Costume
Jewelry, including multiple strands of faux
pearls, additional beaded necklaces, a
painted Rosenthal porcelain pendant, a
hinged silver bangle, a Mexican sterling silver
and turquoise pillbox, a Danecraft sterling
brooch, a gold-flled money clip, several pairs
of cuff links, earrings, and other items.
$150-250
450.
Group of Victorian Jewelry and
Accessories, including tortoiseshell combs,
hairwork jewelry, shell-carved cameos, a pair
of mother-of-pearl-inlaid opera glasses, a
lace fan, a lorgnette (damage), several fobs, a
carved ivory brooch, a seed pearl fowerhead
brooch, a hatpin, and other items.
$400-600
451.
Sterling Silver and Smoky Topaz Cocktail
Ring, size 5 1/2.
$250-350
452.
Large Group of Primarily Ivory and Bone
Jewelry, including beaded necklaces, some
carved, bangles, carved brooches and
pendants, several pairs of earrings, and two
large carved animal fgurines.
$200-400
453.
Lavender Jade Pendant with 14kt Gold
and Diamond Mount, the pendant carved
with stylized foliate design, the color going
from light lavender to pale mottled green,
overall lg. 2 1/4 in.
$300-500
454.
Carved Rose Quartz, 18kt Gold, and
Diamond Perfume, mounted as a pendant
on long 18kt gold chain, bottle lg. 2 5/8 in.
$400-600
455.
14kt Gold and Diamond Heart-shaped
Pendant, total 3.4 dwt, lg. 1 1/8 in.
$300-500
456.
Pair of 14kt Gold and Diamond Half-hoop
Earrings, each set with fve diamonds, total
1.9 dwt, lg. 3/4 in.
$200-300
457.
Group of Assorted Jewelry, a pair of gilt
.800 silver and paste earrings, an 18kt gold
bracelet, an 18kt gold, emerald, and diamond
pendant on chain, two costume rings, and a
small low-karat gold and coral pendant, gold
total 9.7 dwt.
$300-400
458.
Small Group of Mostly Costume Jewelry, a
Gruen 18kt white gold wristwatch, a repouss
sterling silver heart pendant, a sterling silver
and marcasite bracelet, a gold-tone purse,
an unmounted shell-carved cameo, and other
items.
$100-150
459.
18kt Gold and Diamond Cocktail Ring, the
crown-shaped ring set with a large number of
diamonds, total 11.5 dwt, size 6.
$400-600
460.
Three Gold and Diamond Rings, an 18kt
white gold and diamond three-stone ring, an
18kt yellow gold, diamond, and topaz ring,
and a wide 14kt gold, ruby, and diamond
bypass-style ring, total 12.6 dwt, sizes 7, 7
1/4, and 8, respectively.
$400-600
461.
Large Group of Native American and
Costume Jewelry, including bangle
bracelets, hardstone beaded necklaces,
a Christian Dior gold-tone chain necklace,
several fashion wristwatches, a pair of
Givenchy gold-tone and paste earclips, a
number of Southwest-style turquoise rings,
several concha belts, and other items.
$600-800
462.
Four Gold Rings, a gold-flled watch ring, a
14kt gold and blue stone ring, an 18kt gold,
ruby, and sapphire fowerhead ring, and a
14kt gold and jadeite ring formed as a dragon
with ruby melee eye clutching the jadeite
bead, three gold rings total 16.8 dwt, sizes 7
1/4, 6, 5 1/2, and 10, respectively.
$300-500
463.
Five Gold Gem-set Rings, a 14kt gold
and opal ring, a 10kt gold, gemstone, and
diamond ring, and three emerald-cut cocktail
rings, two 14kt gold and one 10kt gold, total
29.8 dwt, sizes 6 to 7 3/4.
$300-500
464.
High-karat Gold Etruscan Revival-style
Brooch, the ovoid brooch with wirework and
granulated decoration, set within a scalloped
gold frame, total 13.3 dwt, wd. 2 1/4 in.
$800-1,000
465.
Gentlemans Oversized 14kt Gold,
Cabochon Emerald, and Pink Gemstone
Ring, the emerald 15.00 x 13.00 mm, total
21.8 dwt, size 13 1/2.
$700-900
465A.
Large Group of Mostly Gold Gem-set
Jewelry, including a 10kt gold and amber
bracelet, gem-set rings, an amethyst pendant
and earrings, a pair of red gemstone earrings,
a platinum and diamond ring, and other items.
$500-700
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466.
Three Crystal Beaded Necklaces, two
colorless and one pale lavender, (last needs
to be restrung).
$150-250
467.
Small Group of Costume Jewelry, including
a Hobe paste and enamel brooch, a Hollycraft
paste necklace and earrings, a large gold-
tone chain, a paste and enamel compact
(damage), and other items.
$150-250
468.
Group of Ethnic Jewelry, including several
large cuff bracelets, a beaded necklace, an
enameled bottle pendant, and other items.
$150-250
469.
14kt Gold Elgin Open-face Pocket Watch,
with enameled dial, 15-jewel movement no.
8421842, case no. 132504, total 80.2 g, dia.
1 7/8 in.
$250-350
470.
Small Group of Jewelry, including a
freshwater pearl torsade-style necklace
with hardstone clasp, a tigers-eye beaded
necklace with carved pendant, an antique
18kt gold, diamond, and gemstone ring and
similar earrings, a costume ring, and several
gold and gilt antique and antique-style items.
$300-400
471.
Small Group of Victorian Jewelry, including
an opal stickpin, a hatpin with fob terminal,
two gold-flled bangles, two mother-of-pearl
pins, a seashell brooch, a small open-face
Tiffany & Co. pocket watch (lacking bezel),
and other items.
$200-250
472.
Two Open-face Pocket Watches, an 18kt
gold English watch (broken, damaged),
boxed, and a gold-flled Waltham.
$200-300
473.
Group of Five Pocket Watches, two silver, a
Tissot and an English watch, and three small
gold-tone watches, including two Walthams.
$150-200
474.
Carved Jade Pendant, with gold-tone fligree
terminal and mounting, jade lg. 1 3/8, overall
lg. 2 3/4 in.
$200-300
475.
Large Group of Mostly Retro Costume
Jewelry, primarily 1950s-70s, including foral
brooches, beaded necklaces, and earrings.
$200-250
476.
Ladys Hamilton Platinum, 14kt White
Gold, and Diamond Wristwatch, 17-jewel
movement, total 10.1 dwt not including
movement, lg. approx. 6 1/4 in.
$600-800
476A.
Group of Assorted Jade and Ivory
Carvings and Stones, including pendants,
polished unmounted stones, and other
assorted items.
$500-700
477.
14kt Gold, Enamel, and Diamond Clover
Brooch, total 4.0 dwt, wd. 1 1/8 in.
$250-350
478.
Two Small Platinum Gem-set Eternity
Bands, one diamond and one sapphire, total
2.1 dwt, sizes 5 and 6.
$200-300
479.
Small Group of Assorted Jewelry, including
a Trifari bracelet and earrings, two stickpins,
an Art Nouveau 14kt gold, diamond, and
seed pearl starburst pendant/brooch, a silver
fowerhead suite of buckles, buttons, and
earrings, two 14kt lingerie pins, and other
items.
$300-350
480.
Small Group of Coral and Hardstone
Jewelry, a long branch coral necklace,
several beaded coral necklaces, a 14kt gold
and jadeite necklace, two 14kt gold and
jadeite bracelets, a pendant, and a carved
green stone snuff bottle.
$200-400
481.
Group of Assorted Cameo, Intaglio, and
Hardstone Jewelry, including two beaded
necklaces with cameo clasps, one faux
pearl, several gold-flled hardstone scarab
items, a number of shell-carved cameos,
two Wedgwood brooches, intaglios, a pair of
carved amethyst earrings, and other items.
$250-350
482.
Group of Antique-style Costume Jewelry,
including cameos, intaglios, Wedgwood-style
pieces, and painted porcelain.
$150-250
483.
Group of Retro Flower Brooches, c. 1960s.
$100-200
483A.
Large Collection of 1980s Ethnic and
Designer Costume Jewelry, many signed
pieces, including Dominique Aurientis and Von
Musulin; bracelets, necklaces, a metal belt,
and earrings.
$200-300
484.
Lebolt 14kt Gold Gem-set Ring, set with
diamond, ruby, emerald, and sapphire, total
5.5 dwt, size 5.
$250-350
485.
Group of Asian Jewelry and Hardstone
Items, including stone and wood beaded
necklaces, carved jades, and a number of
polished hardstone orbs, including lapis,
agate, quartz, and malachite.
$250-350
486.
Small Group of Coral Jewelry, a branch
coral necklace, a coral bead necklace, and a
pair of 8kt gold and coral earrings.
$200-300
487.
Group of Gentlemans Dress Accessories,
including a cigarette case, I.D. bracelets, and
a large number of cuff links, rings, tie clips,
and other items.
$200-250
488.
Group of Vintage Mostly Fashion Watches,
including Bulova, Wittnauer, Baume &
Mercier, Hamilton, Lucerne, and two Disney
wristwatches.
$175-225
489.
Group of Italian Micromosaic and Costume
Jewelry, including pendants, brooches,
and beaded necklaces, many hardstone
examples.
$175-225
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490.
Two Sterling Silver Bead Necklaces, one
composed of abstract discs, the other with
shaped silver beads suspending a cross, both
lg. 17 in.
$150-250
491.
Pair of Sterling Silver Earrings, Georg
Jensen, designed as foliate motifs, marked
50A and signed Georg Jensen in a circle of
dots, Denmark.
$150-250
492.
Small Group of Jewelry, two gold and
citrine rings, one 14kt gold, one 10kt gold;
a small pair of diamond earstuds; a small
gold, diamond, and pearl pendant; a silver
fligree, green hardstone, and pearl pendant
on sterling chain; and two sterling bangle
bracelets.
$200-300
493.
Group of Assorted Costume Jewelry and
Medals, including several pocket watches,
gentlemans accessories, a number of United
States Revolver Association medals, beaded
necklaces, antique brooches, eyeglasses, and
other items.
$300-500
494.
Small Group of Mostly Sterling Silver
Jewelry, a large sterling and paste brooch
with lions heads, a silver fligree chatelaine,
a small pin of a mythical beast, and several
other items.
$250-350
495.
Group of Pearl Jewelry, a Mikimoto 14kt
white gold and pearl ring, several pairs of gold
and pearl earrings, including two mab pearl,
a pair of pearl and diamond earstuds, and a
pearl pendant on chain.
$400-600
496.
Small Group of Antique and Hardstone
Jewelry, including several carved ivory items,
a cameo brooch and ring, a gem-set ring,
hardstone pendants, and other items.
$250-350
497.
Group of Mostly Gold Gem-set Jewelry,
including a pair of 14kt gold and diamond
earstuds, a number of gem-set rings, and
two pendants, one on 18kt gold chain, total
30.4 dwt.
$700-900
498.
Small Group of Mostly Sterling Silver
Jewelry, including a Sergio Bustamante
Mexican fgural pendant, several hardstone
rings, a bamboo-form bracelet, several pairs
of earrings, and a heart toggle chain.
$250-350
499.
Large Group of Gold Jewelry, including a
14kt gold sandal and hoop earrings, an 18kt
gold chain, bracelets, and earrings, and some
gold-tone pieces, gold total 67.8 dwt.
$1,000-1,500
500.
Pair of Victorian Mahogany Glazed Jewelry
Dresser Displays, with hinged tops, ht. 1
5/8, lg. 15, wd. 10 in.
$300-500
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Session II - Lots 501-1606
501.
Group of Painted Carved Stone Fruit in a
Tin Footed Basket with Swing Handle, sold
with eleven cloth vegetables, basket ht. to rim
4 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
502.
Four Paint-decorated Woven Splint
Baskets, two with covers, (some loss and
imperfections), ht. 10 3/4 to 14 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
503.
Karachoph Kazak Rug, Southwest
Caucasus, 19th century, 8 ft. x 5 ft.
$400-600
504.
Seven Transfer-decorated Pottery Items,
a scenic teapot and sugar bowl, a foral
matching cup and saucer, an ABC plate, a
Park Theatre New York decorated butter
plate, and two bird-decorated saucers.
$300-500
505.
Country Red-painted Wood Step-back
Cupboard, ht. 69 1/2, wd. 45 1/4, dp. 17
1/2 in.
$800-1,200
506.
Pine Blanket Chest with Long Drawer.
$200-250
507.
Black-painted Windsor Sack-back
Armchair, (pieced).
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$250-350
508.
Framed Painted Portrait Miniature of a
Young Woman, signed M.B. Welch l.r., late
19th/early 20th century, watercolor on ivory,
oval portrait, 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 in., in a lacquered
wood frame.
$500-700
509.
Framed Silhouettes of a Lady and
Gentleman, possibly August Edouart (French,
1789-1861), cut black paper on paper, sight
size 9 1/2 x 13 3/8 in., in a later molded gilt-
gesso frame, (tear to gentlemans waistcoat,
and creases to both fgures).
Note: The card backing bears an oval stamp
FROM THE COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL
PORTRAITS OWNED BY MRS. F. NEVILL
JACKSON...
$500-700
510.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Gentleman. Unsigned,
with a label from James S. Earle & Sons,
Philadelphia, on the reverse. Oil on canvas,
29 3/4 x 25 in., in a period frame. Condition:
Craquelure, alligatoring, minor abrasions,
subtle varnish inconsistencies.
$500-700
511.
Painted Theorem with Watermelons in a
Canton Bowl, Petra Haas, Berks County,
Pennsylvania, 1988, signed and dated l.r.,
sight size 16 1/4 x 17 1/4 in., in a grain-
painted frame.
$250-350
512.
Two Parrot and Wreath of Fruit Shadow
Boxes, a woolwork with painted accents and
a painted composition, overall 25 x 21 and 25
1/2 x 20 1/2 in., respectively.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
513.
Red-painted Pine Single Drop-leaf Table
with Tapering Legs, ht. 28, lg. 43 1/2, wd.
25 1/2, leaf wd. 13 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
514.
Gray-painted Wood Bucket Bench, lg. 60
3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
515.
Pair of Painted Tramp Art Peach Pit and
Twig-mounted Wooden Pedestals, ht. 28
3/4, top lg. 12, wd. 11 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
516.
Three Pairs of Brass Candlesticks, ht. 7 to
8 7/8 in.
$150-250
517.
Two Taper Jacks, one wrought and sheet
iron on a tripod base, and one of brass, ht. 6
3/4, 5 1/4 in.
$200-250
518.
American School, 19th/20th Century
Elks Choice Cigars. Unsigned. Oil on
canvas, 14 x 12 in., in a later grain-painted
and gilt frame. Condition: Good.
$800-1,200
519.
Patinated Molded Copper and Cast Zinc
Running Horse Weather Vane, (seam splits,
bullet holes), fgure lg. 27 3/4 in.
$250-350
520.
Hadley-style Mahogany and Mahogany
Veneer Sunfower Blanket Chest over Two
Long Drawers, (imperfections), ht. 40 1/4,
wd. 48, dp. 20 3/4 in.
$400-600
521.
Maple Bannister-back Side Chair with
Woven Rush Seat.
$200-300
522.
Queen Anne Cherry Drop-leaf Table, ht. 27,
lg. 38 3/4, wd. 12 7/8, leaf wd. 13 in.
$800-1,000
523.
(New Hampshire, Colonial), Wentworth,
John (1719-1781), Signed document,
December 9th, 1768, one page, as Governor,
a partially printed document allowing Adams
Gragg and Joannah Taggart to be married,
folio, (separation through center, burn in
upper center).
$100-150
524.
Pewter Rhode Island Ship Token and
a Miniature Mexican Tin and Glass
Display Box with a Collection of Painted
Composition Figures, the token British, c.
1780, DVlugtende Americaane van Rohde
Yland Aug. 1778/De Admiraals Flag van
Admiraal Howe 1779, pierced and attached
to a ribbon.
Note: These tokens were struck by the
British and dispersed to the Dutch to
discourage them from joining the Treaty of
Armed Neutrality with the French, Spanish,
Russians, and Swedish.
$175-225
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525.
Northwest Persian Long Rug, 20th century,
11 ft. x 3 ft. 8 in.
$300-400
526.
Tekke Ensi, West Turkestan, 19th century, 4
ft. 8 in. x 4 ft. 2 in.
$200-300
527.
Painted Wooden Lidded Retail Advertising
Freihofers Bread Box, ht. 13 1/4, lg. 33
1/4, wd. 13 1/4 in.
$100-150
528.
Chippendale Maple Slant-lid Desk, ht. 42,
wd. 36 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
529.
Black-painted Queen Anne Wood Side
Chair with Spanish Feet, woven rush seat.
$300-500
530.
Chippendale-style Upholstered Tiger
Maple Wing Chair.
$200-250
531.
19th Century Oval Shell Carved Cameo
Brooch Depicting a Maiden and an Eagle
with Arrow, in a gold-tone frame, shell lg. 2
1/4 in.
$200-300
532.
Nine Assorted Decorative Country
and Americana Items, two turned wood
mortars, three pestles, an E. & L.P. Norton,
Bennington, Vt. cobalt foral-decorated three-
gallon stoneware crock, a Chinese export
porcelain Rose Medallion teapot and cup in a
ftted basket, and a painted holly-decorated
wooden sled.
$200-300
533.
Three Painted Canvas Swan Decoys, with
stands, ht. 13 1/2-22 1/2, lg. 25-30 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$800-1,200
534.
Three Paint-decorated Wooden Dome-top
Trunks, two grain-painted pine dovetail-
constructed dome-top trunks, and a yellow-
painted wood dovetail-constructed trunk, the
two larger lg. 33 and 27 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-350
535.
Late Federal Cherry Drop-leaf Table with
Drawer, with turned legs, ht. 29, lg. 24, wd.
16 3/4, leaf wd. 8 3/4 in.
$200-250
536.
Late Federal Carved Mahogany and
Mahogany Veneer Bureau.
$400-600
537.
Tiger Maple Cupboard with Two Paneled
Doors, turned feet, the cabinet with medial
shelf, ht. 47 1/4, wd. 38 1/2, dp. 18 in.
$400-600
538.
Pair of Early Rhode Island Wrought Iron
Andirons, 18th century, the andirons each
with ball fnial on tapering and swelled shaft
on slightly curved support with penny feet,
with conforming log stops, ht. 13 1/2, wd. 8
1/4, dp. 16 1/4 in.
$500-700
539.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of an Elderly Woman Wearing
Cameo Jewelry. Unsigned, with partial label
on the reverse from Perkins & Co. framers,
Boston. Oil on canvas, sight size 29 1/2 x
24 1/2 in., in a period carved giltwood frame.
Condition: Minor craquelure, surface grime.
$400-600
540.
Set of Four Framed Endicott & Co. Hand-
colored Lithograph New England Scenery
Views, Swampscott, Lynn, Bradford and
Haverhill, and South Danvers, Massachusetts,
sight size 13 x 16 1/4 in.
$400-600
541.
Six Large Cast Iron Railroad Wrenches,
some with impressed marks: B & M, F.R.R.
CO., M&N, and B. & M.R.R., lg. 17 1/4-
45 in.
$100-150
542.
Federal Paint-decorated Pine Dressing
Table.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
543.
Federal Black-painted and Decorated Pine
One-drawer Stand.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$100-150
544.
Pale Yellow-painted Federal Four-drawer
Chest, ht. 36 3/4, wd. 41 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$800-1,200
545.
Two Sharp Gothic Mantel Clocks,
Connecticut, both mahogany and mahogany
veneer cases, painted zinc dials with Roman
numerals, an N. Welch with thirty-hour spring-
powered time, strike, and alarm movement,
transfer-decorated tablet with St. Pauls
Cathedral; and a New Haven Clock Co. with
eight-day spring-powered time, strike, and
alarm movement, transfer-decorated tablet
with roses and gilt spandrels, both ht. 19 3/4
in.
$150-250
546.
Ushak Small Carpet, West Anatolia, late
19th century, (even wear), 12 ft. x 5 ft. 9 in.
$500-700
547.
Karabagh Rug, South Caucasus, 19th
century, 5 ft. 10 in. x 4 ft.
$400-600
548.
Collection of Sixteen Sanders on a
Wooden Display Shelf, and a Book-form
Box, ffteen turned wooden sanders and one
tin sander, on a four-tier shelf with drawer,
and a brass inlaid book-form box with rotating
compartment.
$300-500
549.
Two Framed Works, a 19th-century hand-
colored print The Sailors Return and a
primitive-style oil on canvas genre scene,
unsigned, both in carved frames, (print not
examined out of frame, puncture, patch, and
losses to oil), framed dimensions to 24 x 20
in.
$300-500
550.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Basket of
Flowers Pattern Quilt, (stains), 86 x 70 1/2
in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
551.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Quilt,
Pennsylvania, 85 1/2 x 75 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
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552.
Pair of Folk Art Cut and Pierced Sheet Iron
Pine Tree Andirons, ht. 15, wd. 10, lg. 22
1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
553.
Kazak Rug, Southwest Caucasus, 19th
century, 7 ft. 4 in. x 4 ft. 8 in.
$200-250
554.
Three Pieces of Blown Molded Glass and a
Woven Splint Melon-form Basket, including
two colorless decanters and an olive green
bottle.
Provenance: The Guthren Collection auction,
Northeast Auctions, August 4, 2002.
$150-200
555.
Empire Carved Mahogany and Mahogany
Veneer Drop-leaf Pedestal-base Table, ht.
29 1/4, lg. 39, wd. 20 1/2, leaf wd. 15 3/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
556.
Empire Giltwood Overmantel Mirror, ht. 51,
wd. 43 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
557.
Pair of Cast Cement Recumbent Lion
Garden Ornaments, ht. 12 1/2, lg. 31 1/2 in.
$300-500
558.
Eleven Silhouettes in a Common Frame,
America, c. 1835, hollow-cut bust-length
silhouettes mounted on black card, likely
depicting family members, (toning, each spot
glued on corners, glass is cracked), overall
sight size 12 1/2 x 10 in., in a molded wood
frame.
$200-300
559.
American School Portrait Miniature of a
Gentleman, c. 1840, watercolor on paper,
4 x 3 1/4 in., in a period mahogany veneer
frame.
$300-500
560.
Manner of Thomas Sully (American, 1783-
1872)
Portrait of a Young Woman. Inscribed
Sully on the reverse l.r. Oil on canvas, 30
x 25 in., framed. Condition: Paint losses,
craquelure, varnish inconsistencies, surface
grime.
$2,000-2,500
561.
American School, 20th Century
Still Life with a Basket of Apples. Signed
A. Hepworth l.l., inscribed A. Hepworth in
a later hand on the reverse. Oil on canvas,
16 x 20 in., framed. Condition: Craquelure,
surface grime.
$800-1,200
562.
Patinated Molded Copper Full-body
Grasshopper Weather Vane, with one glass
eye, fgure lg. 25 1/4 in.
$400-600
563.
Country Empire Cherry Candlestand.
$200-300
564.
Red-painted Country Classical Turned
Post Rope Bed, with rails, ht. 48, wd. 53 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
565.
Classical Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer
Side Table with Long Drawer.
$200-300
566.
Chinese Export Porcelain Platter and
Leaf-form Sauceboat, late 18th to early
19th century, chamfered rectangular platter
centered with a gilt-starred oval with fowers,
the sauceboat ornamented with insects and
fowers, (crack), platter 12 1/4 x 15 5/8,
sauceboat ht. 5 5/8, lg. 10 in.
$300-500
567.
Six Export Asian Porcelain Table Items,
two famille rose dinner plates and a saucer,
an Imari sauceboat, and two small saucers
with blue and white fgural decoration.
$200-250
568.
19th Century American School Oval Pastel
Portrait of a Union Army Soldier, artist
monogram l.r., in an oak and gilt-gesso frame,
sight lg. 17 1/2 in.
$250-300
569.
Wire and Brass Fireplace Fender, ht. 10
5/8, lg. 51, dp. 11 1/2 in.
$300-500
570.
Wood Three-tier Wall Shelf, possibly
sassafras, lg. 29 3/4, wd. 30 1/4, dp. 6 5/8
in.
$200-250
571.
Architectural Tin and Wire Birdcage, ht. 23,
lg. 27, wd. 16 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
572.
Mustard-painted Victorian Candlestand
with Turned Post.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
573.
Three Cast Iron Figural Doorstops, one with
two hunting dogs, one with kissing Dutch boy
and girl, one with a pelican on a pier, ht. 5
1/2-8 in.
$300-500
574.
Cast Iron Paddlewheeler and a Tank
Savings Banks, the tank bank made by
Tuttle & Bailey, with makers label and Edwin
H. Mosler, Jr., collection label, ht. 2 3/8, 3
1/4, lg. 8, 9 1/2 in., respectively.
$200-250
575.
Two Tekke Rugs, West Turkestan, 19th/20th
century, 4 ft. 9 in. x 3 ft. 4 in. and 3 ft. 6 in. x
3 ft. 2 in.
$250-350
576.
Two Colored Pressed and Etched Glass
Fluid-burning Lamps, one blue with pressed
blossom and ribbed band, one green with
etched leafy band, ht. 9 1/2, 10 3/4 in.
$200-250
577.
Pewter Whale Oil Lamp, unmarked, ht. 5 in.
$150-200
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578.
Five Assorted Wood Chairs, a slat-back
armrocker with rush seat, a pair of painted
and stenciled side chairs with White & Gates,
Manufacturer, Fayetteville, Vt. label, a painted
and stenciled fancy side chair, and a paint-
decorated Boston rocker.
$75-125
579.
Pine and Maple One-drawer Stand and a
Pine Side Table with Long Drawer.
$300-450
580.
Early 20th Century Circular Oak Dining
Table, with Queen Anne legs, two leaves, ht.
28 7/8, dia. 44 1/2, leaf wd. 9 in.
$300-500
581.
Two Polychrome Painted Game Boards,
a paperboard checkerboard labeled Rolly
Brooks, 1944, and a Masonite Whack Five
board labeled designed by Ray F. Griswold,
Feb. 8, 1949.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
582.
Group of 19th and 20th Century Childrens
Toys, including three dolls, a cloth ride-on
horse, a stuffed cloth dog, a carved and
painted wood marionette upper body, thirteen
lithographed tin noisemakers, ten painted
tin parade horns and noisemakers, and two
rubber balls.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$550-800
583.
Thirteen Pieces of Assorted Ceramics
and Glass, including three ceramic culinary
molds, a pattern glass wine and salt, a small
Southwest Acoma painted pottery bowl, a
pair of Leeds soup plates, a Chinese export
porcelain plate, an English Imari-palette
underplate, a Continental warming dish, and
two painted ceramic hen-on-nests.
$500-700
584.
Cut Sheet Iron Sailboat Weather Vane, with
wood stand, fgure lg. 23 1/2 in.
$200-300
585.
Red-painted Wooden Two-tier Bucket
Bench, ht. 30 3/4, lg. 46 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
586.
White-painted Pine Dovetail-constructed
Storage Chest, ht. 17 1/2, lg. 31 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
587.
Red-painted Pine Table with Single Drop-
leaf and Tapering Legs, ht. 28 3/4, lg. 61,
wd. 35, leaf wd. 11 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$600-800
588.
Two Miniature Carved and Painted Figural
Groups, Marion E. King and James Allen King
(1905-1959), probably North Scituate, Rhode
Island, mid to late 20th century, carved male
and female Bobwhite fgures with two chicks,
by Marion E. King, with applied vegetation,
mounted on a wood base, Marion E. King
inscribed on edge of base, overall ht. 2 1/2,
dia. 8 1/4; two fgures of dogs at play, by
James Allen King (1905-1959), with applied
vegetation mounted on a carved wood base,
James A. King inscribed on edge of base,
overall ht. 2 3/4, lg. 5 in.
Note: Marion E. and James A. King are the
children of notable miniature bird carver Allen
J. King of North Scituate, Rhode Island.
$300-500
589.
19th Century American School Oil on
Canvas Profle Portrait of a Young Man,
unsigned, unframed, (laid down on linen), 16
1/8 x 14 in.
$600-800
590.
Pair of 19th Century American School Oil
on Board Riverscapes, initialed RC l.l. and
l.r., in matching frames, board 8 1/2 x 5 3/4
in.
$500-700
591.
Nantucket Basket Purse and Two Painted
Porcelain Portrait Miniatures, late 20th
century oval basket purse with swing handle,
the top centered with oval ivory plaque
engraved with a ship motif, indistinctly
signed Reproduced by Peter Wa--- 73,
(losses to lashing); two small oval enameled
porcelain portraits, one of a young lady, the
other a boy, in matching easel brass frames
surrounded with faceted amber-colored resin
beads.
$400-600
592.
Gray-painted Pine Wall Cupboard with
Paneled Door, the interior with three fxed
shelves, ht. 34 3/4, wd. 29, dp. 9 3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
593.
Black-painted Windsor Sack-back
Armchair.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
594.
Tall Gray-painted Four-board Box, Small
Gray-painted Pine Dovetail-constructed
Storage Box with Turned Feet, and a
Green-painted Slat-sided Baby Tender, ht.
31 3/4, wd. 14; ht. 17 3/4, lg. 25 1/2; wd. 16
1/2; and ht. 24 1/2, lg. 24 1/2, wd. 21 3/4 in.,
respectively.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
595.
Sand Picture in a Glass Bottle, depicting a
landscape with moose, trees, mountains, and
shrubbery, the stopper also flled with sand
design, ht. 10 1/4 in.
$200-250
596.
Three Accessory and Furniture Items, a
frkin, hewn wood bowl, and a Chippendale
mahogany tilt-top tea table.
$100-150
597.
Small Needlework Sampler, Frances Ann
Williamson/1703 Age 12, probably mid to
late 19th century, worked in wool yarns and
silk threads on a linen ground, depicting a
lady holding fower sprigs, 7 3/8 x 6 1/4 in.,
framed.
$300-400
598.
Small Needlework Sampler, Elizabeth
Garner her work in the year of our LORD
1739 WG, probably England, stitched with
silk threads on a linen ground, with rows of
alphabets, chain border motif, edged with
blue silk, (toning, loss l.r.), 8 3/4 x 6 in., in a
modern molded wood frame.
$300-500
599.
Ferdinand Desnos (French, 1901-1958)
Deux Personnages et Moutons (Two
Figures and Sheep). Signed and titled on
the reverse. Oil on panel, 8 1/4 x 10 3/4 in.,
in a molded giltwood frame. Condition: Very
good.
$300-500
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600.
C.S. Hammond & Co. 12-inch Terrestrial
Globe on Cast Iron Tabletop Stand, (top
and bottom fractures), overall ht. 21 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
601.
Six Woven Splint Open Baskets, four with
painted decoration, (imperfections), ht. 7 1/2
to 12 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
602.
Four Wallpaper-clad Band Boxes, ht. 5 1/2
to 14 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
603.
Tekke Main Carpet, West Turkestan, 20th
century, 10 ft. 8 in. x 6 ft. 6 in.
$800-1,000
604.
Gilt Cast Zinc and Molded Copper Full-
body Running Horse Weather Vane, fgure
lg. 41 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
605.
Queen Anne-style Red and Black-painted
Carved Wood Tray-top Dressing Table.
$200-250
606.
Set of Seven Queen Anne-style Carved
Walnut Dining Chairs with Upholstered Slip
Seats.
$800-1,200
607.
English Queen Anne Carved Walnut
and Burl Veneer Crooked-back Side
Chair with Upholstered Slip Seat and an
English Queen Anne Caned and Carved
Beechwood Side Chair.
$500-800
608.
Painted Cast Iron Cherub and Sea Serpent
Doorstop, ht. 18 in.
$150-250
609.
Five Painted Cast Iron Figural Doorstops,
including a fgure with bouquets, Chinese girl,
Little Red Riding Hood, a young Dutch girl,
and a Dutch girl with fowers.
$300-500
610.
Donaldson Art Sign Co., publisher
(Cincinnati, Late 19th/Early 20th Century)
Night-time Race Between Paddlewheelers
Natchez and the Robert E. Lee. Identifed
in inscriptions l.r. Chromolithograph on
paper, sheet size 21 1/4 x 32 3/4 in., framed.
Condition: Creases u.r., surface abrasions
to image l.r. and l.l., margins trimmed, edge
losses.
$1,500-2,500
611.
19th Century American School Painting on
Velvet Depicting a Shoreline Landscape,
unsigned, in a giltwood frame, overall 17 1/2
x 23 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
612.
Wire and Brass Fireplace Fender, ht. 10, lg.
61 1/2, dp. 19 in.
$400-600
613.
Chippendale-style Toile-style Upholstered
Mahogany Settee, ht. 35 1/2, lg. 62 in.
$300-500
614.
Queen Anne Oval Maple Tea Table with
Splayed Legs, ht. 25 3/4, lg. 20 1/2 in.
$300-500
615.
Blue-painted Pine Dovetail-constructed
Blanket Box, ht. 20 1/2, lg. 41 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
616.
Civil War-related Silver-plated Urn,
America, late 19th/early 20th century, the
urn with engraved presentation Taken from
the residence of COMMODORE FORREST/
CLAREMONT [sic] VA./on the retreat from
the frst Battle of Bull Run/July 22nd 1861/
and presented to FRED A. NORCROSS by
his UNCLE GEORGE/as a wedding present
June 1900., (wear to silver, feet bent), ht. 13
1/2 in.
Note: Commodore French Forrest was head
of the Washington Navy Yard, though during
the Civil War he resigned his commission
with the United States Navy and offered
his services to Confederate Virginia. His
residence, a large plantation known as
Clermont, was confscated by the Union Army
and used as a small pox hospital; it was later
burned to prevent the further spread of the
disease.
$600-1,000
617.
Box of Civil War-related Ephemera, the
contents belonging to Albert H. Norcross
from Augusta, Maine, who was a seaman
of the 16th Maine Volunteer Regiment,
Company B, during the years 1860-64 of the
Civil War; they include two small diaries kept
while he was in service in 1863 and 1864-
65; fragments of his Seamens Protection
Certifcate signed when he was 19 in 1860,
his engraved nickel voluntary infantry badge,
a silk and brass Grand Army of the Republic
badge, two regiment reunion booklets,
numerous photographs and tintypes of
family and friends, a packet of steel sailors
sail repair needles, a horn and steel razor,
a small rosewood encased ink bottle with
Alberts incised inscriptions, a lodge booklet,
a small stitched and embroidered silk stylized
American fag in an envelope inscribed The
fag and the ---- from Alabama you have
captured.
$300-500
618.
Early 20th Century American School Oil on
Canvas Remember The Maine, unsigned,
titled l.r., framed, canvas 14 1/4 x 20 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
619.
Colorless Glass Compote with Eight
Painted Carved Stone Fruit, including a
lemon, pear, two oranges, and four peaches,
compote ht. 8 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
620.
Late Federal Mahogany Four-drawer
Chest, ht. 37, lg. 40 1/4 in.
Provenance: Foxcroft Hall, Phillips Academy,
Andover, Massachusetts.
$400-600
621.
Late Federal Mahogany Four-drawer
Chest, ht. 37, lg. 40 1/2 in.
Provenance: Foxcroft Hall, Phillips Academy,
Andover, Massachusetts.
$300-500
622.
Federal Crewel-upholstered Carved
Mahogany Lolling Chair, (arm repairs).
$400-600
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623.
American School Profle Portrait Miniature
of a Man, c. 1825, watercolor on paper oval
portrait, inscribed Alexander Mclver on the
reverse, 3 1/4 x 2 3/4 in., in a lacquered
composition frame.
$300-500
624.
Anglo/American School, 19th Century
Two Portrait Miniatures: A Woman and A
Baby Girl Holding a Rattle. An oval profle
portrait of a woman, probably by Albin Robert
Burt (British, 1784-1842), signed A.R. Burt
under bust, and inscribed Painted by A.R.
Burt/Nantwich/June 11 1813, and Mother
of B.B. Powell in a different hand on the
backing paper, watercolor on paper, 2 1/2 x
2, in a lacquered frame with gilt-brass liner;
and a round portrait of a baby girl holding a
rattle, watercolor on paper, dia. approx. 2
1/8 in., in a molded walnut frame. Condition:
Both with toning, Baby has two tears, one
c.l., the other vertical, on right side, and the
paper laid down onto paper mounting.
$600-800
625.
Baluch Rug, Northeast Persia, 19th/20th
century, 7 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.
$200-300
626.
Four Oriental Rugs, 19th century, a
Hamadan, 6 ft. x 5 ft. 4 in., a West Persian, 3
ft. x 2 ft. 5 in., and two Baluchs, 4 ft. 10 in. x
2 ft. 10 in. and 4 ft. x 2 ft. 2 in.
$200-300
627.
Molded Copper Leaping Stag Weather
Vane, 20th century, with iron pole, black-
painted bronze directionals, and two copper
spheres, total ht. 61 1/2, lg. of vane 24 in.
$400-600
628.
Late Federal Maple and Birds-eye Maple
Veneer Table with Single Drop-leaf, stylized
bamboo-turned legs, approx. ht. 28 1/2, lg.
44 3/4, wd. 20 1/2, leaf wd. 16 3/4 in.
$400-600
629.
Federal-style Inlaid Mahogany Serpentine
Sideboard, ht. 39, wd. 71 3/4, dp. 23 5/8 in.
$3,000-5,000
630.
Federal Maple Candlestand.
$200-300
631.
Three Pieces of Cobalt-decorated
Stoneware, a J. Norton & Co., Bennington,
Vermont, four-gallon foral-decorated jug, a J.
& E. Norton, Bennington, Vermont, two-gallon
foral-decorated jug, and an Edmands & Co.
two-gallon spray-decorated crock, (the latter
ftted as a lamp).
$500-700
632.
Two Cobalt-decorated Ovoid Stoneware
Jugs, a two-gallon and a three-gallon.
$400-600
633.
Clark & Fox, Athens Cobalt Blue-
decorated Ovoid Three-gallon Stoneware
Jar, applied lug handles, decorated with three
incised lines and a stylized cobalt blossom,
ht. 14 3/4 in.
$200-300
634.
Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Pitcher and
Crock, a shaped pitcher with cobalt shrub
decoration and a B. Bosworth, Hartford,
Connecticut, cobalt foral-decorated three-
gallon crock.
$200-300
635.
Black-painted and Gilt-decorated Sheraton
Settee with Caned Seat, lg. 78 3/4, seat ht.
17 1/4 in.
$400-600
636.
Classical Mahogany Twin Sleigh Bed, with
rails.
$300-400
637.
Classical Birch Bureau.
$300-500
638.
Brass Six-light Chandelier, late 19th
century, brass chain with hanging ring on
baluster central shaft issuing six scrolled arms
with candle sockets and drip pans, overall
drop 38 1/2, dia. 19 in.
$300-500
639.
19th Century American School Oil on
Board Portrait of a Young Gentleman,
unsigned, in a molded giltwood frame, board
21 x 16 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
640.
Five Framed 19th Century Floral Paintings,
including two theorems on velvet, an ink and
watercolor on paper foral study, a watercolor
on paper bouquet, and a watercolor on paper
vase of fowers still life, most in period frames.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
641.
Artistic Carving Co. Gilt and Painted Pine
Federal Eagle with Shield Plaque, Boston,
ht. 15, wd. 43 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
642.
Painted Cast Iron Fern Pattern Garden
Armchair.
$500-700
643.
Five Assorted Childs Chairs, two Windsor
rod-back side chairs, two bow-back side
chairs, and a slat-back armchair.
$250-350
644.
Late Classical Carved Cherry Four-drawer
Bureau, ht. 50 1/4, wd. 43, dp. 22 1/4 in.
$300-500
645.
J.C. Brown Mahogany Ogee Clock,
Forestville, Connecticut, Roman numeral
painted metal dial, mirrored lower glass,
thirty-hour weight-powered brass movement,
makers label inside, ht. 26 in.
$200-300
646.
Shahsavan Soumak Cargo Bag, Northwest
Persia, 19th century, 3 ft. 4 in. x 1 ft. 4 in. x
1 ft. 10 in.
$200-250
647.
Khamseh Rug, Southwest Persia, 20th
century, 3 ft. 5 in. x 3 ft. 2 in.
$200-300
648.
August 1, 1860 U.S. Land Grant for Military
Service in the War of 1812, issued to John
Overstreet and Helen A. Upton for 120 acres
in Nebraska, by President James Buchanan,
unframed.
$40-60
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649.
Two 19th Century Works, a pencil drawing
depicting a landscape with rail line titled ...
Hudson, N.Y., Dec. 7, 1857, drawn by SMB,
overall 14 1/4 x 17 3/4; and an oil on wood
game board portrait of a minister, overall 12
1/4 x 7 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
650.
Pictorial Needlework Sampler, Betty
Oldham Finished 1849, worked in silk
threads on a linen ground with a pious
verse A SHEPHERDS PIECE over a scene
depicting Christ as a shepherd resting on a hill
before a manor house and buildings, fgures,
trees, and animals, with a foral border on
three sides, (toning, small hole to background
l.r.), 20 x 22 1/2 in., in a later molded wood
frame.
$1,000-1,500
651.
Needlework Sampler, Mary Ann Plumlys
work. in the 18th year of her age 1823,
stitched with silk threads on a linen ground,
with rows of alphabets over her signature, a
bird perched on a branch, and a foral spray,
surrounded by a fowering vine, (toning,
fading, stains), 12 x 16 1/2 in., in a period
birds-eye maple frame with gilt liner.
$400-600
652.
1845 Woven Three-color Wool and Cotton
Coverlet, with woven labeling at two corners
WOVE AT NEWARK OHIO BY G. STICH
1845, 77 3/4 x 70 in.
$300-500
653.
Heriz Carpet, Northwest Persia, 20th
century, 11 ft. 6 in. x 8 ft.
$300-500
654.
Five Assorted Country and Decorative
Items, including a childs Windsor frehouse
armchair, a painted dome-top document box,
a Dobbs hatbox, a modern sang de boeuf
glazed jar/table lamp, and a framed group of
three lithograph trade cartoons.
$350-500
655.
Large Country Pine Six-drawer Bureau, ht.
49, wd. 50 1/4, dp. 19 1/4 in.
$150-250
656.
Cherry and Pine Blanket Chest with Long
Drawer, ht. 31 1/4, lg. 37 1/2 in.
$300-500
657.
Folk Painted Scenic-decorated Wooden
Panel Door, ht. 59 3/4, wd. 33 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-400
658.
Five Painted Cast Iron Figural Doorstops,
an S.A. Evans, Meridian, Mississippi, First
Church of Christian Scientists, Boston; a
home of George Washington; a cottage; and
two of sailing ships, ht. to 11 1/8 in
$250-350
659.
Six Cast Iron Frog Doorstops, some with
traces of paint, lg. to 5 in.
$150-250
660.
Late 20th Century American Outsider
Oil on Canvas Summertime 75-Santa
Barbara, unsigned, titled and dated on
stretcher, painted wood frame, overall 19 1/4
x 25 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
661.
George Virtue, publisher (London, Early
19th Century), After William Henry Bartlett
(British, 1809-1854)
The Ferry at Brooklyn, New York, dated
1838. Identifed in inscriptions. Engraving
with hand-coloring on paper, sheet size 8 1/8
x 10 5/8 in., in a later molded giltwood frame.
Condition: Toning, foxing.
$150-250
662.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Scottie Dog
Pattern Quilt, 85 x 70 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
663.
Pair of Art Deco White-painted Pierced
Wood Adirondack Chairs.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
664.
Painted Masonite and Wood Garnicks
Music, Radios, Records, Electrical
Appliances Double-sided Advertising
Trade Sign, ht. 36, wd. 42, dp. 2 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
665.
Seven Pieces of Mostly White-painted
Rustic Adirondack Furniture, a porch
armrocker with bentwood back and seat
slats, a rustic twig armrocker, Old Hickory-
type rustic armchair with splint back and
seat and chaise with woven wicker, a wood
armchair, and an unpainted rustic twig
armrocker and occasional table.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
666.
Three Tin and Glass Lanterns, and a Sheet
Iron Spout Lamp, ht. 8 3/4-17 1/2 in.
$400-600
667.
Group of Iron, Tin, and Glass Lighting and
Hearth Implements, 19th century, a candle
lantern, a cylindrical wall-mounted tin candle
box, a Cape Cod fre starter, a wrought iron
expanding arm candlestick, three pairs and
a single candle sconces, three with mirrored
refectors, and a wall shelf, ht. 9-14 in.
$300-500
668.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American, 1857-
1907)
The Fiend of the Road. 1881 (Conningham,
1945). Identifed in inscriptions in the
matrix. Large folio chromolithograph on
paper, sight size 17 3/4 x 24 3/4 in., in a
later frame. Condition: Laid down, toning,
stains, scattered surface abrasions, mostly to
margins, tear into image u.r., crease or repair
u.r., not examined out of frame.
$300-500
669.
Group of Assorted Country Items, including
an N.A. White, Utica, New York, cobalt
foral-decorated stoneware crock, an amber
glass apothecary jar, steel wick scissors,
two doll quilts, a wood breadboard, a mortar
and pestle, two wooden bowls, a Chinese
checkers board, four wooden utensils, a
blue and white Staffordshire sugar bowl, an
English ceramic jug, and four small quilted
textile items.
$300-500
670.
Red-painted Art Deco Wooden Step-sided
Five-tier Wall Shelf, lg. 43, wd. 16 1/2, dp.
11 7/8 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
671.
Blue-painted Wood Bucket Bench, lg. 44
in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
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672.
White-painted Wood Cupboard with Two
Paneled Doors, ht. 47 1/4, wd, 39, dp. 19 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$600-800
673.
Four Cast Iron Basket of Flowers
Doorstops, early 20th century, ht. 7 1/4-9
1/2 in.
$300-500
674.
Collection of Mostly Cast and Wrought
Iron Bootjacks, 26 total.
$150-250
675.
Tekke Rug, West Turkestan, 20th century, 6
ft. 8 in. x 4 ft. 2 in.
$300-400
676.
Needlework Sampler, Wrought by
CS Parkman AE 7 years Westborough
May 7th 1807, probably Westborough,
Massachusetts, small sampler worked in silk
threads on a green linsey-woolsey ground,
enclosed in a sawtooth border, (losses to
background), 8 x 9 in., in a later painted
molded wood frame.
$300-500
677.
Needlework Sampler, Polly Alden Aged 9
August 11, 1801, stitched with silk threads
on a linen ground, with alphabets and a pious
verse, with sawtooth border, (toning, fading),
16 3/4 x 14 1/4 in., in a later molded wood
frame.
$400-600
678.
Country Victorian Brown-painted
Serpentine-top Single Drop-leaf Table, with
tapering legs, ht. 27 3/4, wd. 35 1/4, dp. 21
3/4, leaf wd. 12 3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
679.
Green-painted Pine Dovetail-constructed
Blanket Box, ht. 20, lg. 43 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
680.
Painted Wooden Porch Armrocker,
Orange-painted Five-hook Wall Rack, and
a Stand, rack lg. 45 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
681.
Eight Pieces of English Mostly Transfer-
decorated Staffordshire Tableware, red and
white: a Phillips Parisian pattern coffeepot, a
set of three plates, and a coffeepot; brown
and white: a Lugo pattern covered tureen, a
coffeepot, and a decorated creamer.
$300-500
682.
Five Pieces of Jackfeld Tableware and Six
Pieces of Creamware, including two jugs,
two teapots, and a footed two-handled cup,
four condiment jars, a jug, and a dish with
reticulated rim.
$275-400
683.
Thirty-three Pieces of Stick and
Spatterware and Eleven Pieces of
Transferware, including plates, cups and
saucers, the transferware including sets of
four and fve soup plates, another soup plate,
and a cup plate.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
684.
Three Country Wooden Items and a Woven
Splint Basket, a painted bracket wall shelf,
a large oblong chopping bowl, and a turned
wood bowl, the turned bowl approx. ht. 5
1/2, wd. 19 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
685.
Queen Anne-style Black-painted Pine and
Wood Tea Table.
$300-500
686.
Four 18th and 19th Century Chairs,
including a black-painted bannister-back
armchair, a country Chippendale maple side
chair, a ladder-back armchair, and armrocker,
all with twine or rush seats.
$400-500
687.
Mahogany and Walnut Drop-leaf Table.
$200-400
688.
Ten Lanterns and a Biscuit Tin, including
two skaters lanterns, four tin miners lanterns,
a parade lantern, a square candle lantern,
and a pair of triangle-shaped lanterns; and a
conical Hunley & Palmer biscuit tin, (one panel
of glass broken on pair), ht. 2 3/4-9 in.
$200-400
689.
N. Currier (American, 1813-1888), and
Currier & Ives, publishers (American, 1857-
1907)
Five Framed George Washington
Related Works: The Washington Family.,
Washingtons Reception by the Ladies,
On Passing the Bridge at Trenton N.J.
April 1789, Martha Washington, Death of
Washington, Dec. 14 A.D. 1799, and The
Presidents of the United States. Identifed
in inscriptions in the matrix. Small folio
lithographs, four with hand-coloring on paper,
sight sizes 9 7/8 x 12 1/4-15 1/2 x 11 1/2 in.
Condition: Toning and stains, not examined
out of frames.
$300-500
690.
Nathaniel Currier, publisher (American,
1813-1888)
THE LIFE OF A FIREMAN. The race.
- Jump her boys, jump her!, 1854
(Conningham, 3519). Identifed in inscriptions
in the matrix. Lithograph with hand-coloring
on paper, sheet size 21 1/4 x 29 1/8 in., in a
period molded wood frame. Condition: Laid
down onto card, toning.
$1,500-2,500
691.
Friendship Album Illustrated with
Hand-painted Lithographed Flowers,
Northborough, Massachusetts, c. 1864, the
album with gilt-embossed red leather cover,
with four lithograph images, three of fowers,
each enhanced with watercolor, with poems
and sentiments by friends and relatives to a
girl named Mary, most with dates from 1863-
1866, a few from the 1890s.
$200-250
692.
Kittinger Chippendale-style Celadon
Damask Upholstered Camel-back
Mahogany Sofa, branded mark, ht. 39, lg.
97, dp. 34 in.
$1,000-1,500
693.
Chippendale Mahogany Serpentine Drop-
leaf Pembroke Table with Arched Pierced
Crossed Stretchers, molded legs.
$600-800
694.
Chippendale Maple Slant-lid Desk, ht. 43,
wd. 37 1/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
695.
Patinated Cast Zinc and Sheet Copper
Arrow Weather Vane, lg. 32 1/2 in.
$400-600
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696.
Kuba Rug, Northeast Caucasus, 19th
century, 4 ft. 2 in. x 2 ft. 6 in.
$200-300
697.
Sunderland Pottery Pink Lustre and
Transfer-decorated Rev.d John Wesley
Mug, England, early 19th century, one side
depicting a profle bust of the reverend, and
the inscription The Best of All/God is With
Us., the other side with a pious verse.
$200-300
698.
Approximately Sixty-fve Pieces of Mostly
Sunderland Pink Lustre Teaware, including
a thirty-piece partial set.
$400-600
699.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American, 1857-
1907)
The Champion Trotting Stallion NELSON...,
1891 (Conningham, 981). Identifed in
inscriptions in the matrix. Large folio
chromolithograph with hand-coloring on
paper, sheet size 23 x 30 5/8 in., framed.
Condition: Repaired vertical tear through
entire image on left with paper tape to
reverse, tear u.l. into image with masking tape
to reverse, margins 1 1/8 in. or more, toning,
foxing.
$700-900
700.
Two Brass Telescoping Spyglasses, the
larger a single-draw spyglass with canvas
cover, dust cap and slide, and engraved
inscription Moon Junr/West India Rd.
London/Impd Navy; the smaller a double-
draw with leather cover, engraved Andrew F.
Lloyd & Co., with a leather case.
$200-250
701.
Scrimshaw Bone Jagging Wheel and Pie
Prick and a Horn Case, 19th century, the
jagging wheel handle carved with hearts and
diamond motifs, the small horn case with
threaded horn cap, (minor imperfections), lg.
2 7/8-6 1/2 in.
$400-600
702.
19th Century Chinese Gilt Lacquered
Wood Tea Caddy, chamfered rectangular
form, the interior containing two covered
lead canisters with incised foral and foliate
decoration, ht. 4 7/8, dia. 7 7/8 in.
$200-250
703.
Four Caucasian Rugs, 19th century, two
Kubas, 4 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 6 in., a Shirvan, 4 ft. 3
in. x 3 ft. 2 in., and a Karabagh prayer rug, 5
ft. 4 in. x 3 ft. 4 in.
$250-350
704.
Three Hand-painted Canvas Grocery Store
Banners, painted by Wadsworth, Boston,
late 19th/early 20th century, roller shade form
with black lettering on a gray ground with
gilt lettering, for Fawcett & Rice Provisions
of Ayer, Massachusetts, one with FLOUR,
GROCERIES, SPICES, CAN GOODS and
TEAS, PURE COFFEES, wd. 56 in.
$200-250
705.
Federal Upholstered Carved Mahogany
Lolling Chair.
$400-600
706.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Pole Screen
with Silk Embroidered Floral and Sequin
Monogrammed Shield-form Panel.
$200-400
707.
Late Federal Maple Candlestand and
a Country Classical Cherry Tilt-top
Candlestand.
$200-250
708.
American/Continental School, 19th Century
Portrait Miniature of a Young Gentleman.
Unsigned. Watercolor on ivory, oval portrait,
2 3/4 x 2 1/4 in., in a hinged red leather case.
Condition: Ivory with two cracks on left, small
paint loss u.r.
$400-600
709.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait Miniature of a Blonde-haired
Young Man Wearing a Brown Coat.
Unsigned. Watercolor on ivory, 3 x 2 in., in a
hinged leather case. Condition: Ivory bowed,
small crack u.r., case split.
$300-500
710.
Thomas Kelly, publisher (New York, Late
19th Century)
A Home in the Country (Summer.)
Identifed in inscriptions in the matrix. Hand-
colored lithograph on paper, sight size 22
3/4 x 28 3/4 in., in a period molded wood
frame. Condition: Toning, moisture staining
to margins, not examined out of frame.
$300-500
711.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American, 1857-
1907)
The King of the Turf ST. JULIEN, Driven
by Orrin A. Hickok., 1880 (Conningham,
3339). Identifed in inscriptions. Large folio
chromolithograph on paper, sheet size 22 5/8
x 32 1/8 in., in a period molded wood frame
with gilt liner. Condition: Margins of 1 3/4
in. or more, fve repaired into image and four
margin tears, with associated tape to reverse,
vertical crease on right side, reinforced with
tape to reverse, toning, stains.
$800-1,200
712.
Jeromes and Darrow Mahogany Shelf
Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, stencil-decorated
splat above a paint-decorated wooden
Roman numeral dial with raised gilt spandrels,
stenciled columns faking a mirrored lower
tablet, thirty-hour time and strike movement,
printed makers label inside, ht. 35 in.
$200-300
713.
Black-painted Federal Cherry Candlestand.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$250-300
714.
Painted Federal Glazed Arched Wood
Double Cabinet Doors, overall ht. 46 1/2,
wd. 47 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
715.
Masonic Faux Painted Marble-top Paint-
decorated Wood Console Table, New York
state, ht. 36, wd. 49, dp. 13 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
716.
Needlework Sampler, Mary Ann Noble
Hopewell 1826, worked with silk and wool
yarns on a linen ground, with several rows
of alphabets, monograms, and a panel with
a house, church, and trees, enclosed in a
geometric foral border, (toning, fading, one
tree unfnished), 17 1/2 x 16 1/2 in., framed.
$400-600
717.
Needlework Sampler, Jane Wilson aged
14 1821, stitched with silk threads on a
linen ground, with several rows of alphabets
over a panel with two houses fanking a tree,
with diamond pattern border on three sides,
(toning, fading), 17 x 11 in., in a later wood
frame.
$400-600
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718.
Ferdinand Desnos (French, 1901-1958)
La Touraine, Bourre. Signed and dated
1929 l.r., signed and titled on the reverse.
Oil on canvas, 8 3/4 x 13 in., in a molded
giltwood frame. Condition: Very good.
$300-500
719.
Gilt Molded Copper Running Horse
Weather Vane, (tail detached, crushing),
fgure approx. lg. 39 1/2 in.
$300-500
720.
American Cherry Tall Clock, painted Arabic
numeral dial with chapter ring indicating hour
and minutes, foral-decorated spandrels and
arch, time and hour strike movement, (case
with extensive restoration, wooden pendulum
broken), ht. 79 in.
$400-600
721.
Country Classical Tiger Maple and Birds-
eye Maple Bed, with rails, ht. 53, wd. 54
1/2 in.
$300-500
722.
Classical Academy Penwork and
Watercolor-decorated Maple and Pine
Two-drawer Pedestal-base Work Table,
with landscape, seashell, and fruit decoration,
raised on downswept legs.
$400-600
723.
Norton Cobalt-decorated Union
Stoneware Jug, F.B. NORTON & CO.
WORCESTER, MASS., 1858-c. 1880, two-
gallon jug with straight sides, decorated
with a stylized leafy branch over inscription
Union, with impressed makers mark, (crack,
repaired crack, surface faking primarily to
lower rear area), ht. 13 1/2 in.
$300-500
724.
Slip-decorated Redware Loaf Dish,
America, early 19th century, oblong dish with
mustard yellow parallel and wavy line slip
decoration, (repaired, chips, and slip losses),
ht. 3 3/8, wd. 11 1/2, lg. 18 5/8 in.
$300-500
725.
Kazak Rug, Southwest Caucasus, 19th
century, 6 ft. 4 in. x 3 ft. 9 in.
$200-300
726.
Hamadan Rug, Northwest Persia, 20th
century, 4 ft. 10 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.
$200-300
727.
Collection of Americana, Antiques, and
Collecting Reference Books, including folk
art, textiles, Native American, etc., in nine
boxes.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
728.
Four Painted and Stencil-decorated Fancy
Side Chairs and a Cricket, including a pair
of chairs.
$300-500
729.
Red-painted Wood Acorn-top Turned Low
Post Bed, with rails, ht. 35 3/4, wd. 55 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
730.
Late Federal Cherry and Tiger Maple
Chamber Stand.
$250-350
731.
Nineteen Pieces of English Black and
White Transfer-decorated Staffordshire
Teaware, including three footed teapots, a
sugar, ten mostly handle-less cups, and fve
saucers.
$200-300
732.
Three-piece Clews Blue and White
Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Tea Set.
$200-300
733.
Seventy-three Pieces of Sunderland Pink
Lustre Tableware, including jugs, dishes,
cups and saucers, mugs, etc.
$200-250
734.
Three Pink Lustre and Transfer-decorated
Sunderland Pottery Jugs, England, 19th
century, one showing a west and east
...View of the Cast Iron Bridge over the
river Wear... and a motto under the spout;
one showing a southeast ...View of the Iron
Bridge over Wear..., the British naval ship
Northumberland 74, with a motto under the
spout; the last depicting busts and elements
representing England and France, and the
motto May They Ever be United, a verse
titled Friendship, Love, and Truth, with a
...View of the Cast Iron Bridge over the river
Wear... under the spout, (minor glaze wear),
ht. 7 7/8-9 3/8 in.
$250-350
735.
Black-painted Swivel Seat Work Stool with
Splayed Legs and Three Chairs, a Windsor
thumb-back armrocker, and rod-back side
chair, and a childs painted slat-back side
chair.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
736.
Painted Canvas Lifesaving Ring
Whitestone Boat Club, dia. 30 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$100-150
737.
Art Deco Painted Canvas Nine-panel
Folding Floor Screen, in two parts, (hole,
one panel unhinged), ht. 66, panel wd. 17 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
738.
Painted Cast Iron Mammy Doorstop, ht.
10 1/4 in.
$200-300
739.
Frederick R. Spencer (New York, 1806-
1875)
Portrait of Maria Louisa Brownell, Second
Wife of Gordon Webster Burnham.
Inscribed and dated Painted by F.R. Spencer
Jan. 1840 on verso. Oil on wood panel,
34 x 27 in., in an ornate gilt-gesso frame.
Condition: Scattered retouch.
Provenance: Family descent of the sitter.
Note: Maria Louisa Brownell was born on
June 15, 1824, in Schenectady, New York.
She married Gordon Webster Burnham on
May 28, 1851, in Hartford, Connecticut. She
died October 5, 1883. Gordon established
what became The Benedict & Burnham
Manufacturing Co., the largest manufacturer
of brass and copper appliances and fxtures
in the United States. An admirer of Daniel
Webster, he presented to New York City a
bronze statue of Webster that was erected in
Central Park. Gordon Burnham died March
18, 1885, in New York. Companion to lot
740.
$1,000-1,500
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740.
19th Century American School Oval Pastel
on Paper Portrait of Anne Griswold Flume
(1813-1847), the frst wife of Mrs. Gordon
Webster Burnham, unsigned, in a gilt-gesso
and wood frame, (foxing, stains), sight size 23
1/4 x 19 in.
Note: Companion to lot 739, with related
genealogy.
$200-300
741.
Two 19th Century Womens Bonnets and
a Fringed Black Satin Shawl, the bonnets
in quilted brown silk with brocade lining and
quilted aubergine silk with glazed lining.
$75-100
742.
Rococo-style Mahogany and Cast Bronze
Adjustable Sheet Music Stand, ht. 44 1/2,
wd. 15 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
743.
Georgian Mahogany Coaching Table
with Folding Stand and an Edwardian
Marquetry-decorated Mahogany Three-tier
Muffneer.
$200-250
744.
Large Walnut, Pine, and Cherry Plantation
Desk, in one piece, ht. 57 1/4, wd. 80 1/2,
dp. 32 in.
Provenance: Albermal County.
$800-1,200
745.
Pair of Folk Art Encrusted and Painted
Composition Compote of Fruit Garnitures,
a Pair of Folk Carved and Painted Bowl of
Fruit Wall Ornaments, and a Carved and
Painted Wood Bird Figure, compote ht. 12
1/2, ornament lg. 16 3/4, wd. 15 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$150-250
746.
Karabagh Rug, South Caucasus, 19th
century, 4 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft.
$200-300
747.
Hamadan Runner, Northwest Persia, 20th
century, 10 ft. 2 in. x 2 ft. 8 in.
$200-300
748.
Two Folk Painted Carved Wood and Metal
Boat Models, a partial paper-clad steamship
and a two-masted sailboat, lg. 16 1/2 and 22
1/2 in., respectively.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$100-150
749.
Hexagonal Wool and Cotton Penny Rug,
Three Hooked Rugs, and a Wool and Felt
Penny Rug, the hooked rugs with stars
pattern, foral and linear pattern, and foral and
brickwork pattern, the hexagonal mounted on
a frame, hooked lg. 33, 42, and 70 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-550
750.
Rose Mandarin Pattern Porcelain Basin,
China, late 19th century, (hairline, some
repaint to bowl interior), ht. 4 1/2, dia. 14 3/4
in.
$300-500
751.
Twenty-seven Chinese Export Porcelain
Celadon Table Items, late 19th century,
decorated with fowers, birds, and butterfies,
four soup plates, six luncheon plates, fve
small plates, eight handled teacups, and four
saucers.
$600-800
752.
Three Chinese Export Porcelain Table
Items, mid to late 19th century, a lozenge-
shaped dish and a sauceboat in the Rose
Medallion pattern, an oval platter in a similar
pattern but with mountain waterway scenes
replacing the court fgures, (repaired crack on
platter), dia. 8-12 3/4 in.
$600-800
753.
Kazak Rug, Southwest Caucasus, 19th
century, 6 ft. 4 in. x 3 ft. 10 in.
$300-500
754.
Folk Art Figural Carved Willow Walking
Stick, incorporating fowing initials and date
G.M.R., 1884, faces, animal masks, leaves,
hearts, etc.
$200-300
755.
Country Pine Bench, ht. 30, lg. 72, dp. 15
1/2 in.
$150-250
756.
Country Pine and Birch Deep Drop-leaf
Dining Table with Tapering Legs, ht. 28, lg.
53 1/4, wd. 21 1/4, leaf wd. 21 1/2 in.
$150-250
757.
Blue-painted Wood Three-tier Wall Plate
Rack and a Red-painted Pine Two-tier
Bucket Bench, rack ht. 42, wd. 48, dp. 6
3/4, bench ht. 28 1/2, lg. 45 3/4 in.
$300-400
758.
Needlework Sampler, worked in silk threads
on a linen ground, with rows of alphabets
over the inscription Sally Everett Born in
New London April the 13 1799/Wrought
this Sampler in the 14th year of her age
1813 in the town of New London County of
Hillsborough State of New Hampshire, and
three pious verses, (toning, fading, minor
edge losses), surrounded by a geometric
strawberry vine, 22 1/4 x 15 1/4 in., in a later
frame.
$300-500
759.
Pieced Cotton Star of Bethlehem Quilt,
reportedly Pennsylvania, 20th century,
composed of foral printed and red solid
cotton segments, with hand-stitched feather
wreath, undulating and parallel line, and
diamond pattern quilt stitching, 80 x 80 in.
$250-350
760.
American School, 19th Century
Pastoral Landscape with Cottage and
Cows. Unsigned. Pastel on paper, 20
x 24 in., in a period molded wood frame.
Condition: Minor scattered smudges.
$200-300
761.
American School, 19th Century
Still Life with Raspberries in a Bowl.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 8 x 12 in., in a
period molded giltwood frame. Condition:
Craquelure with associated inpainting, minor
paint losses.
$200-250
762.
Tramp Art Parquetry-decorated Cribbage
Game Box, two end drawers with wood dice
pulls, ht. 4 1/4, lg. 15 1/4 in.
$200-300
763.
Chippendale Pine Blanket Chest over Two
Long Drawers, ht. 48 3/4, lg. 43 3/4, wd.
18 in.
$400-600
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764.
Chippendale Cherry and Pine Eight-drawer
Tall Chest, (replaced base), ht. 61 1/2, wd.
38 in.
$400-600
765.
Black-painted Queen Anne Armchair with
Woven Rush Seat.
$300-500
766.
Cased Painted Wood Whaleboat Model,
design by Charles W. Beetle, New Bedford,
Massachusetts, built by J.A. Deschenes,
1981, identifed in inscriptions on a plaque,
fnely detailed model with list of equipment
affxed to case, overall ht. 5 1/2, wd. 8 1/8,
lg. 26 in.
$300-500
767.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Mariners
Compass Star Pattern Quilt, 91 x 56 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
768.
American School, 19th Century
River Landscape with Strolling Figures.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 22 x 31 1/2 in., in
a later frame. Condition: Minor craquelure,
minor retouch l.r.
$1,500-2,500
769.
Molded Copper Full-body Running Horse
Weather Vane, traces of gilt surface, fgure
lg. 27 1/2 in.
$300-500
770.
Set of Four Windsor Paint-decorated
Thumb-back Arrow-back Chairs, three side
chairs and an armchair.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
771.
Shaker Production No. 4 Maple Slat-back
Rocker with Woven Tape Seat, the top slat
with impressed 4.
$200-400
772.
Federal Maple Tilt-top Candlestand and an
Empire Maple and Cherry Candlestand.
$300-400
773.
Four Colorless Blown Glass Decanters,
with applied collars, decanter ht. 6 7/8 to 8
1/8 in.
$200-250
774.
Olive Amber Blown Molded Glass Inkwell,
with broken pontil.
$200-300
775.
Persian Carpet, 20th century, 13 ft. x 4 in. x
9 ft. 6 in.
$1,000-1,500
776.
Rose Medallion Decorated Oval Porcelain
Platter and Shaped Dish, China, mid to late
19th century, dia. 13 3/8, 10 1/4 in.
$400-600
777.
Rose Mandarin-decorated Porcelain
Covered Platter and a Pair of Rose
Medallion Candlesticks, China, 19th
century, (platter repaired), platter dia. 11 1/2,
candlestick ht. 8 1/4 in.
$600-800
778.
Country Federal Red-painted Pine
Chamberstand.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
779.
Two Shaker Tiger Maple Ladder-back Side
Chairs with Tilters and a Maple Ladder-
back Side Chair with Tilters, each with
woven rush seat.
$400-600
780.
Pine and Ash Deacons Bench, lg. 101 in.
$300-400
781.
Pair of Small Painted Cast Iron Garden
Urns, America, late 19th century, weathered
salmon-colored paint over light green, ht. 18
1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
782.
Pair of Painted Cast Iron Garden Planters,
ht. 12 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$100-150
783.
Five Pieces of English Blue and White
Transfer Pattern Staffordshire Tableware,
a Wedgwood Sealeaf pattern covered
serving dish, a coffeepot, footed sauce
tureen, Amaranth pattern serving dish, and a
Claremont pattern coffeepot.
$250-350
784.
Two Sets of English Brown and White
Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Dinner
Plates, a set of four plates, and a set of four
Morea pattern dinner plates, dia. 10 1/4 in.
$200-300
785.
Green-painted Wooden Blanket Chest over
Long Drawer, ht. 29 1/4, lg. 43 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
786.
Country Orange-painted Pine Dry Sink with
Two Cabinet Doors, ht. 31, lg. 44, wd. 17,
ht. to top 28 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
787.
Assembled Set of Five Black-painted
Windsor Rod-back Side Chairs with
Bamboo Turnings.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
788.
Large Pewter Plate, Thomas Badger,
Boston, late 18th century, with single reeded
brim, (cracks to brim, surface wear), dia. 14
7/8 in.
$300-500
789.
Four Framed Small Portraits, a miniature
hand-painted portrait on ivory depicting
a young man, a pair of chromolithograph
portraits of George and Martha Washington,
and a watercolor on paper portrait of George
Washington, (the miniature with losses).
$500-800
790.
Two Small Framed Works on Paper,
watercolor on paper, each with birds perched
on fowering potted plants, overall 9 x 7 1/2,
9 x 7 in.
$200-250
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791.
Long Woven Rag Rug, 43 ft. 3 in. x 34 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
792.
Red-painted Country Circular-top Wooden
Hutch Table, fve-board top over lift-seat and
shoe feet, approx. ht. 28, dia. 43 1/2 in.
$600-800
793.
Wood Dovetail-constructed Rocking Open
Cradle, with heart cutouts, lg. 37 1/2 in.
$200-300
794.
Gray-painted Pine Step-back Cupboard, in
two parts, upper cabinet with two doors and
interior medial shelf, base cabinet with four
short drawers over two cabinet doors and
interior medial shelf, ht. 70 1/2, wd. 61 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$700-900
795.
Mahogany Birge, Mallory & Co. Triple-
decker Shelf Clock, wood Roman numeral
dial with gilt spandrels, upper and lower
sections with split pillars, bottom door with
reversed-painted tablet depicting a rural
scene, eight-day weight-driven strap brass
movement, printed makers label inside, ht.
36 in.
$175-225
796.
Kazak Rug, Southwest Caucasus, 19th
century, 6 ft. 4 in.
$300-500
797.
Appliqud Cotton Chintz Broderie
Perse Friendship Quilt, America, c. 1855,
composed of twenty-fve squares set on
point and bordered with sixteen triangles
of white cotton, each segment appliqud
with a cut-out printed cotton chintz foral
motif, separated by chintz sashing, pieced
and quilted borders, most segments signed
and dated, several with town and state of
maker, including Columbia and Charleston,
South Carolina, Savannah, Georgia, Danbury,
Connecticut, and New York, backed and
edged with white cotton, with diagonal line
and diamond quilting, (toning, stains, fraying,
losses), 99 x 98 1/2 in.
$600-800
798.
Needlework Sampler, Charlotte Walker
wrought this in 1820 Aged 11 worked in
silk threads on a linen ground with rows
of alphabets and various borders, (toning,
fading), 17 1/2 x 18 in., in a later painted
wood frame.
$300-500
799.
American School, 19th/20th Century
Crew Escaping by Rowboat from a
Shipwreck at Sea. Unsigned. Oil on
canvasboard, 16 x 20 in., in a molded wood
frame.
$300-500
800.
Four Gilt-decorated Colorless Blown Glass
Decanters, square form with gilt stoppers, ht.
7 3/4-8 3/4 in.
$300-500
801.
Twelve Aqua and Colored Molded Glass
Bottles, including a Schencks Pulmonic,
Rossman & McKinstry Druggists, S.O.
Richardsons Bitters, three Clarkes Sherry
Wine Bitters, Dr. E. Smith & Co. Vegetable
Alternative Syrup, Langley Root & Herb
Bitters, a Burnetts Cocoaine, a pale green
Dr. Wheelers Sherry Wine Bitters, a green
Gardner & Brown, and a Cantrell & Cochrane/
Belfast & Dublin.
Provenance: Found at Chilmark, Marthas
Vineyard, Massachusetts.
$300-500
802.
Colorless Pressed Ribbed Bellfower
Pattern Glass Stemware, possibly
Boston & Sandwich Glass Co., Sandwich,
Massachusetts, c. 1840, eleven goblets and
nineteen wines, thirty items total, (minor base
edge chips, one goblet with pale pink tone),
ht. 6 1/4, 4 in.
$300-500
803.
Two Ersari Turkoman Items, West
Turkestan, 19th century, a Chuval, 6 ft. x 3 ft.
4 in., and a Torba, 4 ft. 2 in. x 1 ft. 5 in.
$200-300
804.
Bronze Figural Cat and Fish Pen Rest and
a Cast Iron String Holder, string holder ht. 6,
wd. of pen rest 8 in.
$200-250
805.
Red-painted Wrought Iron ROOMS Lawn
Sign, overall ht. 45 1/2, wd. 23 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
806.
Oak Hoosier Cabinet, New Castle, Indiana,
in two parts, white enameled metal work
surface and tin sifter and fttings, partial label,
ht. 71 3/4, wd. 41, dp. 27 in.
$200-300
807.
Painted Wood Moore Bros. Factory Store,
Ladies Clothing Advertising Trade Sign,
ht. 9, lg. 73 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
808.
Assembled Group of Rose Medallion-
decorated Porcelain Tableware, China, 19th
century, seven demitasse cups with saucers,
a handled teacup and saucer, a dinner plate,
and a barrel-form covered container, (18
items total).
$400-600
809.
Chinese Export Porcelain Rose Medallion
Covered Vegetable Dish, lg. 9 1/2 in.
$250-350
810.
American School, Late19th/Early 20th
Century
Portrait of a Little Boy in a Sailor Suit.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 16 x 13 in., in
a later molded painted and gilded wood
frame. Condition: Craquelure, surface grime,
scattered retouch, small repairs.
$200-250
811.
Small American School Portrait of
Thomas Ware 1842, watercolor on paper,
6 1/2 x 5 in., in a later grain-painted frame,
(tear c.l., stains, foxing).
$600-800
812.
Nine 19th Century Brass, Glass, and
Enamel Drawer Pulls, each centered with
a red six-point star motif, set of eight and a
larger single pull, dia. 1 1/2, 1 3/4 in.
$200-300
813.
Seven Assorted Country Decorative Items,
a painted star-decorated lidded wooden box,
a compass star and leaf pattern hooked rug,
geometric hooked rug, a wood stool, a rustic
washboard and paddle, and a pair of carved
and painted wood game bird fgures, branded
B MONK.
$200-250
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814.
Pine Lidded Tool Box and a Pine Three-
drawer Cottage Chest, the box with brown-
painted moldings and mounted with metal
handles at ends, ht. 17 1/2, lg. 34 1/2, dp.
22 in.
$200-250
815.
Silver-painted Turned Wood and Iron
Twelve-light Chandelier, (electrifed), approx.
lg. 31 1/2, wd. 25 in.
$400-600
816.
Tramp Art Wood Crown of Thorns
Basket and Two Notch-carved Wood
Frames, basket ht. 4, dia. 10 3/4, frame lg.
11 3/4 and 24 1/2 in.
$200-300
817.
Buffalo Brand Salted Peanuts Transfer-
labeled Colorless Pressed Glass Retail
Advertising Counter Jar with Cover, F.M.
Hoyt & Co., Amesbury, Massachusetts, ht. 12
1/4, wd. 9 1/4 in.
$200-300
818.
American School, 19th Century
Small Profle Portrait of a Young Woman.
Unsigned. Graphite and ink on card, 5
x 4 in., in a period molded wood frame.
Condition: Minor toning, very good.
$200-250
819.
Group of 19th Century Press-molded
Brass Drawer Pulls, sets of eight, four and
two, dia. 1 3/4-2 1/8 in.
$250-350
820.
Salmon-painted Pine Dovetail-constructed
Storage Chest, ht. 19, lg. 35 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
821.
Six Assorted Painted Country Items, a
red-painted staved bucket with cover, long
chopping bowl, green-painted staved pail with
cover, candle wall box, an ironing board, and
a polychrome paint-decorated pine lidded box
labeled E.J.P. and Edward J. Pearce.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
822.
Gray-painted Wood Two-tier Wall Shelf, ht.
19, wd. 55 3/4, dp. 4 7/8 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
823.
Iron-bound Oak Liquor Chest with
Gilt-decorated Colorless Blown Glass
Decanters, probably England, 19th century,
the ftted liquor chest containing a set of six
and a partial set of fve decanters, most with
stoppers, a lift out tray with two blown glass
wines and a funnel, (imperfections), box ht. 10
1/4, wd. 16 1/2, dp. 11 in.
$500-700
824.
Pair of Scrimshaw-decorated Walrus
Tusks, lg. 11 1/4 and 11 3/4 in., with stands.
$300-500
825.
Tekke Rug, West Turkestan, 19th/20th
century, 3 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. 8 in.
$200-400
826.
Hamadan Rug, Northwest Persia, 20th
century, 4 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.
$200-300
827.
Floral Pattern Hooked Rug, mounted on a
frame, overall 42 x 27 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
828.
Five Assorted Windsor Side Chairs, a fan-
back, bow-back, rod-back, and two birdcage.
$200-250
829.
Country Pine Step-back Cupboard, ht. 71,
wd. 38 1/2, dp. 18 in.
$400-600
830.
Small Cherry and Pine Three-drawer Work
Chest with a Pine Paneled Door Upper
Cabinet, the base possibly Shaker, the
painted interior with two fxed shelves, base
ht. 26, wd. 26 1/4, dp. 15, overall ht. 51,
upper cabinet ht. 25, wd. 26, dp. 7 3/4 in.
$300-500
831.
Cast Iron Mechanical LEAP FROG BANK,
Shepard Hardware Co., Buffalo, New York,
patented 1891, (paint loss, lacking coin trap),
ht. 4 7/8, wd. 7 1/2 in.
$300-500
832.
Lithographed Tin Tik Tak Wind-up
Acrobat Toy, c. 1930, ht. 12-19 1/2 in.
$200-250
833.
Wyandotte Pressed Steel Express
Delivery Service Truck Toy, Wyandotte
Toys, Michigan, mid-20th century, pressed
steel van with chromolithograph decoration,
black rubber tires with makers marks, ht. 5,
wd. 3 5/8, lg. 9 5/8 in.
$100-150
834.
Lithographed Boxed Puzzle Dissected
Map of the United States, McLoughlin
Bros., New York, 1887, (scattered losses to
lithographed paper), 10 1/2 x 15 in.
$300-500
835.
Kittinger Williamsburg Restoration Queen
Anne-style Toile-style Upholstered
Mahogany Wing Chair, branded marks.
$200-250
836.
Chippendale-style Mahogany Butlers Tray
Table.
$200-300
837.
Queen Anne-style Walnut and Burl Veneer
Dressing Table.
$200-400
838.
Fifteen Colorless Pressed Pattern Glass
Drawer Knobs, a set of eight and of four,
two individual knobs, and a drawer pull, dia. 1
5/8-4 3/8 in.
$150-250
839.
American/Continental School, 19th Century
Floral Garden Bouquet. Signed and
dated C. De Bastide 1859 l.r. Watercolor
and gouache on paper, 10 1/2 x 8 1/2 in.,
unframed. Condition: Light toning and
foxing.
$200-250
840.
American School, 19th Century
Trotter Bay Gelding Confdence Against
American Grey. Inscribed By J. H./Painted
from life 183- l.l., indistinct statistics below.
Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 in., in a later frame.
Condition: Craquelure with slight lifting in
some spots, scattered retouch.
$2,000-3,000
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841.
Polychrome-painted Cast Iron Standing
Rabbit Figure, the fgure dressed in a green
jacket, patched trousers with a walking stick,
ht. 19 in.
$300-500
842.
Chippendale-style Carved Mahogany and
Mahogany Veneer Bonnet-top Highboy, in
two parts, ht. 81 1/4, wd. 37 3/4 in.
$3,000-5,000
843.
Chippendale Cherry Tilt-top Tea Table, ht.
27 1/2, dia. 32 in.
$400-600
844.
Miniature Chippendale Maple Slant-lid
Desk, (later base), ht. 24 1/8, wd. 18, dp.
11 in.
$400-600
845.
Cast Bronze Bust of Alexander Hamilton
Wall Plaque, Berthe D. Dion, 1931, signed
and dated u.l., rectangular plaque, 13 3/4 x
10 1/4 in.
$400-600
846.
Hamadan Long Rug, Northwest Persia, 19th
century, 10 ft. x 3 ft. 4 in.
$300-500
847.
Three Turkish Rug Items, 19th century, 6 ft.
10 in. x 3 ft., 3 ft. x 3 ft., and 2 ft. 6 in. x 7 in.
$150-200
848.
Hooked Rug Depicting a Clown with
Drum and Toys, America, mid-20th century,
rectangular, composed of wool and cotton
jersey segments, mounted on a wood frame,
18 x 32 in.
Provenance: Property of Penny Marshall.
$300-500
849.
American School, 19th Century
A Soldier at Ease. Unsigned. Ink and pastel
on paper, 9 x 5 1/2 in., in a molded wood
frame. Condition: Toning, erasure marks u.l.
$400-600
850.
1876 Centennial International Exhibition,
Philadelphia Printed Cotton Panel Quilt,
(stains), 81 x 87 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
851.
Early 20th Century American Folk Pencil
and Crayon Portrait of Eastern Maine
General Hospital, Bangor, Me., unsigned,
framed, sight size 15 3/4 x 29 3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$150-200
852.
Painted Canvas Wonder Show and DRY
GOODS Advertising Banners, 31 x 57, 59
x 47 1/2 in., respectively.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
853.
Sarouk Mat, West Persia, 20th century, 3 ft.
x 2 ft. 2 in.
$200-400
854.
Polychrome-painted Wooden Popeye
Whirligig, ht. 25, lg. 24 in.
$300-500
855.
Federal Upholstered Mahogany Easy
Chair.
$200-250
856.
Federal Tiger Maple and Cherry
Candlestand.
$200-300
857.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Bowfront Four-
drawer Chest, ht. 34 1/4, wd. 38 in.
$1,800-2,000
858.
Patinated Molded Copper Cow Weather
Vane, fgure approx. lg. 24 1/2 in.
$400-600
859.
Mahogany Beveled Cased Clock, stenciled
glass with eagle, olive branches, and crossed
fags, thirty-hour brass movement stamped
Daniel Pratt Jr., paper label Extra Clocks,
C. Boardman, Bristol Conn., ht. 25 1/2 in.
$100-150
860.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Boy in a Landscape Holding
a Snake and a Drum, c. 1840. Unsigned.
Oil on canvas, 19 3/8 x 22 1/4 in., unframed.
Condition: Four small punctures, paint losses,
scratch, craquelure, surface grime.
$1,000-2,000
861.
American School, 19th Century
Landscape with House and Pasture.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, painted in an oval
reserve, 19 x 23 1/2 in. overall, unframed.
Condition: Puncture outside of oval u.r.,
canvas tear along right edge, scattered
retouch to trees.
$500-700
862.
Ingrain Carpet and a Set of Six Printed
Chintz Curtain Panels, carpet 13 ft. 9 in. x
8 ft. 11 in.
$300-500
863.
Federal Mahogany Two-part Banquet
Table, comprised of two demilune ends with
drop leaf, ht. 28 1/2, overall lg. 88 1/2, wd.
51 1/2 in.
$500-700
864.
Federal Cherry One-drawer Stand with
Tapering Legs.
$300-500
865.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Tambour Writing
Desk/Bureau, ht. 50 1/4, wd. 36 1/4, dp.
20 in.
$800-1,000
866.
1721 Needlework Sampler, England, initialed
SK, mounted on cotton with stretcher,
(stains, hole), 9 3/4 x 18 3/4 in.
$400-600
867.
Needlework Sampler, Martha H. Morris
AE 8 years, probably Maine, worked in silk
threads on a linen ground, with alphabets
over a fower basket and fowers surrounded
by a geometric vine and sawtooth border,
(toning, minor staining, fading, minor losses),
12 1/4 x 9 1/2 in. (sight), in a mahogany
veneer frame.
Note: A note on the back inscribed by a
previous owner states that the sampler was
purchased at an estate sale in 1959 at the
Morris family homestead, and that from
information gathered from the Morris family
bible, Martha Morris was born August 4,
1823, in Lowell, Maine, and the sampler was
stitched in 1831.
$200-300
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868.
Framed Reproduction of BIRDS EYE
VIEW OF BOSTON, hand-colored collotype
of an earlier lithograph by John Bachmann
(American, f. 1849-1885), the backing paper
with a 1977 Goodspeeds Bookshop, Boston,
framers label, sight size 20 1/8 x 28 3/4 in.
$400-600
869.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Geometric
Pattern Quilt, 73 x 73 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
870.
Eight Assorted Childs Wooden Chairs, a
pair of painted slat-back side, two Windsor
thumb-back arrow-back side, a slat-back
side, a slat-back armchair, a black-painted
Windsor rod-back side, and a rod-back side.
$200-300
871.
Classical Mahogany Drop-leaf Table with
End Drawer and Rope-turned Legs.
$100-150
872.
Regency Tiger Maple and Veneered Four-
drawer Bureau, ht. 41 1/4, wd. 42 in.
$300-500
873.
Two Pairs of Brass Push-up Candlesticks,
probably England, early 19th century, turned
posts and square bases with cut corners, ht.
7 1/4-7 3/4 in.
$250-350
874.
Pair of Polychrome Painted Cast Iron
Mallard Duck Andirons, ht. 10 3/4, wd. 14
1/4, lg. 19 3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
875.
Hamadan Rug, Northwest Persia, 20th
century, 4 ft. 9 in. x 3 ft. 3 in.
$300-400
876.
Silhouette Profle Portrait of a Gentleman,
hollow-cut head with polychrome-painted
watercolor clothing, and ink details to
hair, with applied cut-and-pasted and
painted paper shaped borders, (probably a
reproduction), 4 3/4 x 4 in., in a green-painted
carved wood frame.
$800-1,200
877.
Early 19th Century Marg. McDonald
Needlework Sampler, including her parents
names, Hugh McDonald and Ann Campbell,
framed, (color bleeding), sight size 17 x 13 in.
$400-600
878.
Classical Mahogany Veneer Drop-leaf
Two-drawer Work Table with Sandwich
Opalescent Pressed Glass Pulls.
$150-250
879.
Regency Mahogany Bowfront Bureau, ht.
42, wd. 43 in.
$500-700
880.
Country Red-painted Classical Drop-leaf
Two-drawer Pedestal-base Work Table.
$600-800
881.
Assortment of Childrens Puzzles, Games,
Toys, and Books, 19th-20th century, most
with lithographed covers, three Milton Bradley
Co. (Springfeld, Massachusetts) puzzles: Old
Dobbin Scroll Puzzle, Locomotive Puzzle,
and Animal Puzzle; fve books published by
McLoughlin Bros. (New York), titles include:
Henry Brown, The House that Jack Built, Little
Red Riding Hood, Dame Trat and Her Cat,
and Dog of St. Bernard; a Game of Three
Bears by the Russel Mfg. Co. (Leicester,
Massachusetts); The Embossing Companys
Color Cubes, a Little Chief Telegraph
Sender toy by Gray Bros., Inc., and a Feed
Bag Puzzle; two Japanese toys: a wind-up
Peter clown fgure, a boxed jointed wooden
baseball catcher fgure, a book titled A Peep
at Old Asia, published by Rufus Merrill,
Concord, New Hampshire, accompanied
by a box of World War II greeting cards to
servicemen and women.
$200-300
882.
Seven Assorted Small of Childrens
Toys, 19th century, a lithograph tin wind-
up Toonerville Trolley/Copyright 1922 By
Fontaine Fox, a papier-mch happy/sad
moon face squeak toy set on a turned painted
wooden stand, a lithographed advertising
toy plate for The Boston Herald, a molded
lithographed advertising toothpick/match
holder for Ceresota Flour, a papier-mch
jack-in-the-box, two cast iron soldiers carrying
a stretcher, a painted metal fgural group with
two black children, one playing the fddle, ht.
1 3/4-7 1/4 in.
$400-600
883.
Assortment of Splint Baskets, Pull-toys,
Lithographed Childrens Handkerchiefs
and Dolls Clothing, a large rectangular
laundry basket and a small hanging basket
containing matchsticks; lioness and rabbit
stuffed pull-toys, four cotton printed childrens
handkerchiefs including The Shepherd, The
Little Drummer, SKIP ROPE, and alphabet
blocks; and a group of about eighteen
mostly cotton dolls clothing articles including
rompers, dresses, bonnets, petticoats, and
several accessories including shoes, a muff,
and stockings.
$300-500
884.
Steiff Teddy Bear, Germany, early 20th
century, articulated blond mohair teddy bear
with button eyes, stitched nose, mouth,
and claws, felt pads, wearing a felt hat with
assorted lithograph pinback buttons, bear
lacking manufacturers button, (wear to pads,
wear spot to mohair on snout and chest), ht.
22 in.
Provenance: Ex Barry Cohen collection, New
York.
$400-600
885.
Louis XVI-style Upholstered Walnut
Recamier.
$300-500
886.
White-painted Glazed Iron Rolling
Greenhouse, overall approx. ht. 38 1/4, lg.
56, wd. 31 in.
$300-500
887.
Chippendale Mahogany Tilt-top Tea Table,
ht. 25, dia. 27 1/2 in.
$300-500
888.
Fancy Putty-painted Shelf with Cast Iron
Brackets, shaped shelf with molded edge, ht.
9, wd. 36, dp. 8 1/2 in.
$300-500
889.
American School, 19th Century
Schooner and Rowboat in Rough Waters.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 7 1/4 x 5 3/4 in., in
a later frame. Condition: Minor paint loss l.c.
$250-350
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890.
American School, 19th Century
Lighthouse on the Bay at Sunset. Signed
and dated C.P.R. 1891 l.r. Oil on academy
board, 6 x 9 1/4 in., in a later molded wood
frame. Condition: Minor spots and marks.
$200-400
891.
Eight Early Small Household Items and
a Framed Silhouette, 19th century, a pair
of brass two-light wall-mounted candle
sconces, two curved brass jamb hooks, a tin
chamberstick with snuffer, a carved maple
scoop, a carved butter making plunger, and
a turned wood funnel, dia. 2 1/2-9, together
with a gilt framed hollow-cut silhouette of a
man, 5 x 4 in. overall.
$200-300
892.
Georgian Chinese Chippendale Mahogany
Butlers Tall Chest of Drawers, (losses,
damage), ht. 70 5/8, wd. 40 1/2, dp. 22 1/4
in.
$300-500
893.
Georgian Mahogany Chamber Stand with
English Blue and White Transfer-decorated
Staffordshire Basin.
$300-500
894.
Miniature Dovetail-constructed Walnut
Blanket Chest over Two Short Drawers,
20th century, ht. 14 1/2, lg. 34 in.
$100-150
895.
Folk Art Appliqud Wool Felt Pictorial Mat,
America, c. 1930s, depicting a rural town
scene with a farm and a bridge across a river.
$200-250
896.
Bessarabian Kelim, Southeast Europe, 20th
century, 8 ft. 10 in. x 6 ft. 4 in.
$400-600
897.
Eight Small Silver Items and Two Miniature
Castor Sets, a pair of urn-form shakers, a
tripod footed salt with glass liner, a pair of
Gorham sterling silver shakers with gadrooned
collar, a Lenox sterling silver pot with turned
hardwood handle, two unmarked small round
butter pats; and two miniature castor sets,
one with four glass castors in a pewter stand,
the other with three castors in a wirework
stand, ht. 1 1/2-4 7/8 in.
$300-500
898.
Turquoise-painted Wood Cutlery Box with
Bakelite-handled Flatware, divided cutlery
box with pierced handhold, with seven knives
and forks, and eight spoons with colored
Bakelite handles.
$200-250
899.
Haskell & Allen, publishers (Boston, 19th
Century)

Boston Common: Beacon Street Mall
Looking West Toward Park Street.
Identifed in inscriptions in the matrix. Small
folio lithograph with hand-coloring on paper,
sheet size 11 1/2 x 16 3/8 in., mounted in a
molded giltwood frame. Condition: Margins
of 1 1/2 in. or more, toning, moisture stains
and foxing to margins.
$200-300
900.
Vintage 5-cent Coin-op Countertop
Gumball Machine and a Green over
Yellow-painted Wood and Glass
Countertop Display Cabinet, the cabinet
with one fxed shelf, gumball machine ht. 15
1/4, cabinet ht. 19 3/4, wd. 15, dp. 14 3/4 in.
$250-400
901.
Printed Silk Forty-two-star American Flag,
c. 1890, mounted on cotton and frame,
(losses), overall 31 3/8 x 46 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
902.
Scrimshaw-decorated Ostrich Egg,
modern, depicting a compass star, a naval
battle, and an American eagle with arms and
U.S.A.
$100-150
903.
Isparta Carpet, West Anatolia, 20th century,
12 ft. 2 in. x 9 ft.
$300-500
904.
Mennonite Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton
String Stars Pattern Quilt, 74 x 76 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
905.
Red-stained Cherry Paneled Blanket Box
with Turned Feet, ht. 22 1/8, lg. 38 1/2 in.
$250-350
906.
Yellow-painted and Decorated Wood
Deacons Bench, lg. 83 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
907.
Small Pine Cabinet, the interior ftted with
fve stacked oak short drawers and slots, ht.
26 1/2, wd. 22 1/2, dp. 11 in.
$200-250
908.
Pair of Embossed Sheet Iron Push-up
Candlesticks, with embossed diamond band
design on weighted bases, traces of black
paint, ht. 11 1/2 in.
$400-600
909.
Nine Assorted Cast Iron Items and a Tin
Flower Ring and Pair of Tongs, America,
19th and 20th century, cast iron items: a pair
of Mammy fgures with removable baskets on
their heads, a sailing ship doorstop marked
Eastern Specialty Mfg. Co. on base, a
pair of bronze patinated bookends with a
Longfellow poem, Indian head, pine boughs,
and an oak branch in relief, a pair of small
green-painted dumbbells, and a small pair of
painted galleon bookends; together with a
round green-painted tin fower arranging ring,
and a pair of sheet iron tongs in the form of
a pair of legs, (ship bookends repainted), ht.
2-9 in.
$300-500
910.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Lady Dressed in a White and
Blue Gown. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, bust-
length portrait in a oval surround with painted
cornucopias, 30 x 25 3/4 in., in a later molded
gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Minor retouch to
background.
$800-1,200
911.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American, 1857-
1907)
The Great Fire at Boston., 1872
(Conningham, 2614). Identifed in inscriptions
in the matrix. Small folio lithograph with
hand-coloring on paper, sheet size 11 x 15
in., mounted in a period mahogany veneer
frame. Condition: Margins of 1 in. or more,
toning, light stains to margins, minor foxing.
Note: This print ranks no. 50 in The New
Best 50, small folio.
$300-500
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912.
Seven Pieces of English Transfer-
decorated Staffordshire Tableware,
including teal and white Napier pattern
covered serving dish, green and white Fruit
Basket pattern plate, a brown and white
Asiatic Scenery pattern dinner plate, three
Pearl pattern plates, and a Carolina pattern
dinner plate.
$200-300
913.
Small Red-painted Pine Blanket Chest with
Long Drawer, applied moldings, ht. 22, lg. 33
1/4, wd. 13 1/2 in.
$250-350
914.
Country Upholstered Maple Fireside Chair.
$400-600
915.
Silas Hoadley Cherry Tall Clock,
Connecticut, painted Roman numeral dial with
mosaic decoration at top of arch, painted fan
spandrels, replacement chain-drive time and
strike weight-powered movement, ht. 85 1/2
in.
$400-600
916.
Staffordshire Pottery Cow Creamer with
Milkmaid and Calico Cat Figures, ht. 5 1/4,
3 3/4 in.
$200-250
917.
American/Continental School, 19th Century
Landscape with Farmyard and Children
Drawing Water from a Well. Unsigned. Oil
on canvas, 22 x 36 in., unframed. Condition:
Relined, scattered retouch and craquelure.
$500-700
918.
Heiner Baumgartner (German, 1891-)
Figures in an Alpine Landscape. Signed
and dated 1851 l.r. Oil on canvas, 27 3/4 x
37 1/2 in., in a later molded giltwood frame.
Condition: Canvas applied to Masonite,
minor punctures with paint losses, surface
grime, stable craquelure.
$800-1,200
919.
Six Blue and White Staffordshire Pottery
Table Items, England, early 19th century, a
Boston State House dinner plate, a teapot
and a small deep bowl with Asian scene
and fgures, a creamer with a fgure before a
castle, and a teacup and saucer with three
fgures strolling the grounds of a manor, (knop
repair and base chip on teapot), ht. 1 1/8-6
3/4 in.
$300-500
920.
Queen Anne Pine Porringer-top Maple Tea
Table, ht. 26 1/4, lg. 35 1/2, wd. 27 in.
$400-600
921.
William & Mary Maple and Ash
Roundabout Chair with Woven Rush Seat.
$300-500
922.
Queen Anne Maple Lowboy, (highboy base),
case ht. 38 1/4, wd. 38 1/4, dp. 19 3/4 in.
$300-500
923.
Two Painted Cast Iron Doorstops, a basket
of fruit and a Cape-style house, ht. to 11 3/4
in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
924.
Patinated Mold Copper Full-body Rooster
Weather Vane, fgure ht. 21 in.
$300-500
925.
Pair of Brass Fireplace Steeple-top
Andirons with a Pair of Tools, a Trivet, and
a Pair of Jamb Hooks, andiron ht. 18 1/8, lg.
19 1/4 in.
$200-250
926.
Four Assorted Accessory Items, a silver-
mounted black-painted tin snuff box, a
European hand-painted portrait-decorated
papier-mch snuff box, a leather-clad box,
and a gilt-leather bound book-form box.
$250-350
927.
Flower-decorated Pine Box, reportedly
Maine, early 19th century, dovetail-
constructed box with wire hinged lid, painted
on the top and front with foral and foliate
designs, ht. 6 1/2, wd. 17 1/2, dp. 8 3/4 in.
$300-500
928.
Chippendale-style Mahogany Blockfront
Four-drawer Chest, ht. 30 3/8, wd. 39, dp.
23 1/2 in.
$200-250
929.
Chippendale Pine and Mahogany Tilt-top
Tea Table, ht. 27, dia. 33 1/2 in.
$200-250
930.
Chippendale Carved Walnut Roundabout
Chair, with needlepoint-upholstered slip seat.
$800-1,200
931.
Three Framed 19th Century Needlework
Samplers, 1808 Sally Tilden, 1829 Elizabeth
Forsyth, and 1880 Julia Rance, sight sizes 11
3/4 x 10, 7 3/4 x 7, and 10 1/2 x 9 1/4 in.,
respectively.
$400-600
932.
Three Framed 19th Century American
Needlework Samplers, 1825 Jane M. Peck,
1842 Emily F. Wells, and 1843 Ellen M.
Kimball, sight sizes 12 1/4 x 17 1/4, 11 x 13
1/2, and 12 x 12 3/4 in., respectively.
$600-800
933.
Pair of Staffordshire Pottery Toby Jugs,
England, 19th century, (one with rim chip), ht.
10 in.
$250-350
934.
Transfer-decorated Lafayette and
Washington Yellow-glazed Creamware
Mug, (cracks), ht. 2 5/8 in.
$250-350
935.
Federal Red-painted Cherry Stand,
probably New England, c. 1810, the square
overhanging top on four square tapering
splayed legs joined by straight apron, old
surface, (imperfections), ht. 26, wd. 16, dp.
17 in.
$300-500
936.
Country Federal Maple Bureau, ht. 48, wd.
49 in.
$1,000-1,500
937.
Late Federal Cherry Deep Drop-leaf Dining
Table, with end drawer, ht. 29 1/2, lg. 50,
wd. 19 3/4, leaf wd. 22 in.
$400-600
938.
Paneled Mirrored-glass-framed Mirror,
molded frame with four narrow canted
mirrored panels surrounding the large raised
rectangular mirror, 43 x 35 in. overall.
$400-600
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939.
American/Continental School, 19th Century
Two Framed Landscapes with Waterway
Villages and Castle Ruins. Unsigned. Oil
on paperboard, 19 x 23 1/2 in., in period
molded wood frames. Condition: Surface
grime and moisture stains, minor paint loss,
superfuous gold paint around edges.
$400-600
940.
American School, 19th Century
American and British Battleship Scene.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, possibly depicting
the battle between the U.S.S. Constitution
and the H.M.S. Guerriere, 14 x 21 3/4 in., in
a molded wood frame. Condition: Relined,
retouch.
$600-800
941.
Navaho Wool Germantown Weaving, c.
1900, woven in a serrated diamond pattern,
(moth damage), 29 x 36 1/2 in.
$600-800
942.
Set of Four Chippendale Mahogany
Ribbon-back Dining Chairs, with
upholstered slip seats.
$300-500
943.
Grain-painted Empire Pine Bureau.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
944.
Federal Walnut Butlers Desk/Bureau.
$300-400
945.
Three Household Items, 19th century,
a small standing mahogany Gothic swivel
dressing mirror with string inlay, a food
chopper with polychrome-painted and carved
handle in the form of bifurcated horse heads,
with a steel blade; a mahogany jagging wheel
carved with two frogs and a chicken, mirror
ht. 12, wd. 6 5/8; chopper wd. 7 1/4, jagging
wheel lg. 8 1/4 in.
$300-500
946.
Group of Miscellaneous Americana and
Decorative Articles, two carved wood fgural
fragments, a red-painted splint buttocks
basket, a Staffordshire spaniel, a painted tole
box, seven pieces of pewter, a wrought iron
lamp, tongs, and hook, a wooden scoop,
painted tin shorebird decoy, glazed redware
jar, folk carved wood walking stick, and two
small half-hull models.
$300-500
947.
Group of Lanterns and Compasses, two
brass lanterns, a Lionel/U.S. Navy copper
cased illuminated gimbal compass, and a
small C.F. Hopkins brass gimbal compass in
wood case.
$200-250
948.
Group of Mostly 19th Century Decorative
and Miscellaneous Items, two wallpaper-
clad band boxes, two painted baskets, a
felt penny mat mounted on a frame, a 19th
century slotted wood business rack, and a
retail wood and paper slotted dress pattern
display rack with patterns.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
949.
American School, 20th Century
View of the SS United States Passenger
Ocean Liner in New York Harbor. Signed
and dated I. BROWNE -75 l.l., identifed
on a label affxed to the reverse. Watercolor
on paper, 14 1/4 x 18 1/4 in., framed.
Condition: Not examined out of frame.
$300-500
950.
Seven Vintage Woven Wool Indian Trade
Blankets, two Jacob, two Oregon City, and
two Pendleton.
$650-900
951.
Four Vintage Wool Indian Trade Blankets
and Two Woven Wool Serapes, including
Jacob and Pendleton.
$550-800
952.
Six Vintage Indian Wool Trade Blankets,
two with blanket-stitched fringe, and including
Pendleton.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$550-800
953.
Small Federal Gilt and Ebonized Split-
baluster Mirror with Reverse-painted Glass
Basket of Fruit Tablet, lg. 22 in.
$250-350
954.
Nine Nickel-plated Kerosene Table Lamps,
a Brass Adjustable Student Lamp, and a
Brass Adjustable Double Student Lamp,
(electrifed).
$150-250
955.
Large Classical Cherry Bureau, ht. 49 3/4,
wd. 42 1/2 in.
$200-400
956.
Five Mostly Painted Wood Footstools and
Three Stools, with splayed legs.
$150-250
957.
Regency Inlaid Mahogany and Mahogany
Veneer Five-drawer Bureau, ht. 41 1/4, wd.
41 3/4 in.
$300-500
958.
Small Etched Powder Horn with Domed
Wood Cap, inscribed M.C.C. By J.P.C.,
1844, lg. 8 1/2 in.
$300-500
959.
Harpers Weekly Wood Engraving After
Winslow Homer Winter-A Skating Scene,
January 25, 1868, unframed, 16 3/4 x 11
1/4 in.
$25-50
960.
Possibly James Sharples (British, 1825-
1893)
Pair of Portraits of a Husband and Wife.
Unsigned. Pastel on paper, 9 1/2 x 7 3/4
in., in period molded gilt-gesso frames.
Condition: The portrait of the man with minor
spots to background, the portrait of the
woman has a tear and a small loss at l.r., not
examined out of frames.
$400-600
961.
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Sea Captain. Unsigned. Oil on
canvas, 26 1/2 x 28 in., in a gilt-gesso frame.
Condition: Craquelure, repairs, retouch.
$300-500
962.
Gilt Molded Copper Running Horse with
Bobbed Tail Weather Vane, (seam splits),
fgure lg. 28 1/2 in.
$200-250
963.
William & Mary Oval Cherry and Maple
Tavern Table with Splayed Turned Legs
and Stretcher Base, ht. 27, lg. 33 in.
$800-1,200
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964.
Three Childs Chairs, a red-painted slat-back
armchair with splint seat, a black and red-
painted spindle-back side chair, and a black-
painted bannister-back armrocker.
$250-350
965.
Blue-painted Wood Open Cupboard over
Cabinet Door, late 20th century, red-painted
interior, ht. 77, wd. 28 1/4, dp. 15 3/4 in.
$300-400
966.
Staffordshire Pottery George Washington
Match Holder, and an Eagle-decorated
Dish, 19th century, (repair to sword and leg
on Washington fgure), dia. 6 1/4, 5 3/4 in.
$250-350
967.
Thirty-four Pieces of Flow Mulberry
Ironstone Tableware, including a coffeepot,
jug, waste bowl, a Temple pattern open
serving bowl, and Corean pattern items:
a set of ten plates, nine handless cups and
saucers, and chamber pitcher and basin.
$200-300
968.
Juan Otero Garcia (Spanish, b. 1934)
La Volanta, (Final de Paseo). Signed Juan
Otero l.r., the reverse inscribed in pencil
11, La Volanta, (Final de Paseo), Juan Otero
1966. Oil on artist board, board 15 5/8 x 19
1/2 in., in a giltwood frame.
$200-300
969.
Small Pine Lift-top Box with Two Drawers,
with brown-printed oilcloth covering on the lid,
ht. 5 3/4, wd. 9 in.
$250-350
970.
Maple Five-drawer Bureau with Canted
Top Drawer, raised on shaped ball feet, ht.
43 1/2, wd. 34 3/4, dp.
$600-800
971.
Pine Five-drawer Chest, ht. 38, wd. 37 1/4
in.
$400-600
972.
Pine Five-drawer Tall Chest, ht. 45, wd. 37
1/2 in.
$600-800
973.
Three Framed 19th Century Needlework
Samplers, including Mary Korn, and 1824
Salley W. Alley Lynn, sight sizes 11 3/4
x 9, 8 1/2 x 10 3/4, and 16 1/34 x 3 in.,
respectively.
$400-650
974.
Two Framed 19th Century Needlework
Samplers, one 1830, Sarah Child, and one
titled Industry, sight sizes 16 3/4 x 11 1/4
and 11 3/4 x 11 3/4 in., respectively.
$500-700
975.
Federal Giltwood Split-baluster Mirror with
Reverse-painted Glass Tablet Depicting
a Lady Flanked by Drapes, lg. 34, wd. 15
3/4 in.
$400-600
976.
Fifteen-piece Wood & Challinor Feather
Pattern Staffordshire Partial Tea Service.
$175-225
977.
Fifteen Pieces of Alcock Black and White
Transfer Victoria Pattern Staffordshire
Teaware and a Similar Coffeepot, including
two teapots, a covered sugar, fve cups, six
saucers, and a small tureen.
$200-300
978.
Country Green and Red-painted Wood
Corner Cupboard, ht. 72 3/8, wd. 47 1/2,
dp. 18 1/4 in.
$300-500
979.
Yellow and Red-painted Wooden Dry Sink,
overall ht. 35 1/2, wd. 45 1/4, dp. 18 3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$600-800
980.
Turquoise-painted Rustic Adirondack
Wooden Console Table, ht. 30 1/2, lg. 53
3/4, wd. 15 3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
981.
Rabbit on a Tricycle Wind-up Toy, probably
Germany, late 19th century, hide-covered
fgure with glass eyes, on a painted sheet iron
and nickel tricycle, (wear, lacking key), ht. 9
1/2, lg. 9 3/4 in.
$300-500
982.
Seven Cast Iron Architectural Still Banks,
some with paint, ht. 5 1/4 to 6 7/8 in.
$300-500
983.
Painted Pine Checkerboard, 15 1/4 x 15 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
984.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Variable Star
Pattern Quilt, 89 x 89 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
985.
Grain-painted Pine Blanket Chest over
Two Long Drawers, ht. 37 3/4, lg. 38 1/2,
wd. 19 1/2 in.
$300-500
986.
Country Pine Cupboard with Two Paneled
Doors, each cabinet with two fxed shelves,
ht. 75 3/4, wd. 31 1/4, dp. 13 3/4 in.
$600-800
987.
Pine Lift-top Clerks Desk, ht. 34, wd. 27
3/4 in.
$150-200
988.
Three Glass Oil Lamps, including a pair of
Sandwich colorless pressed whale oil lamps,
(electrifed).
$150-250
989.
Three Framed Architectural Engravings:
After Franois (Francesco Morelli) Morel
(French, 1768-1832), In Casa Pseudourban
di Pompei, piano superiore, titled and
inscribed ...Gius Azzerboni Sculp in the
plate, image size 16 x 19 1/2 in.; After
James Stuart (British, 1713-1788) and
Nicholas Revett (British, 1720-1804), Two
Engravings of Measured Drawings of
Architectural Elements, one inscribed E.
Rooker Sculpt. l.r. in the plate, plate sizes
to 17 3/4 x 11 1/4 in. Condition: Casa with
vertical crease to right side, subtle rippling
and handling creases, not examined out of
frames.
N.B. The engraver noted above was Edward
Rooker (British, b. circa 1712-1774).
$200-400
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990.
Walt Disney Studios (American, 20th
Century)
Happy, from Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs. Unsigned, a label from Art Corner
at Disneyland, Anaheim, California, affxed
to the reverse. Gouache on celluloid, with
airbrushed background, 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 in.,
framed. Condition: Craquelure.
$350-450
991.
Eleven Pieces of Pewter Tableware, four
bowls, fve plates, a cup, and a footed bowl.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$100-150
992.
Pair of Late Federal Maple and Tiger
Maple Side Chairs, a Pair of Polychrome-
decorated Wood Side Chairs, and
a Yellow-painted and Decorated
Pine Chamberstand, the latter chairs
Pennsylvania.
$300-400
993.
Breadboard-top Pine Trestle Table, ht. 28
1/2, lg. 80 1/4, wd. 30 in.
$400-600
994.
Red-painted Wood Bench, early 19th
century, with shaped panel supports, ht. 17
7/8, lg. 92 1/2, wd. 15 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
995.
Group of Assorted Metal and Wood Retail
Display and Work Items, a yarn swift, two
wooden hat stands, four metal hangers, and a
blue-painted wall rack.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$100-150
996.
Four Assorted Gold-painted Federal-style
Mirrors, lg. 33 1/4 to 41 3/4 in.
$400-600
997.
Five Tin Candle Molds.
$200-250
998.
Thirty-four Tin and Metal Hogscraper
Candlesticks.
$200-250
999.
Attributed to Joseph Rusling Meeker
(American, 1827-1889)
Stream with Rowboat at Dusk. Incised
monogram JRM l.r. Oil on panel, 20 x 13
3/4 in., framed. Condition: Retouch, surface
grime.
$500-700
1000.
Brass and Wire Mesh Folding Fire Screen
and a Pierced Sheet Brass Fire Fender,
screen ht. 33 1/4, wd. center section 26, wd.
side sections 13; fender ht. 12 1/4, wd. 41
1/4, dp. 14 1/2 in.
$200-250
1001.
Framed 1824 Mary Emerson Needlework
Sampler, (losses), sight size 16 x 17 in.
$400-600
1002.
Framed Early 19th Century Needlework
Wood Family Register/Sampler, record
1817-25, (color bleeding), sight size 17 x 17
3/4 in.
$300-500
1003.
Large Rockingham Glazed Molded Pottery
Jar with Cover, ht. 11 3/4 in.
$400-600
1004.
Gilt Molded Copper Blackhawk Running
Horse Weather Vane, (crushing, seam splits),
fgure lg. 24 1/2 in.
$300-500
1005.
Queen Anne-style Pine and Maple Drop-
leaf Table.
$300-500
1006.
Queen Anne Maple Lowboy, (highboy base),
case ht. 36 1/4, wd. 37 1/4, dp. 18 1/4 in.
$300-500
1007.
European Provincial Pine Step-back
Cupboard, (married), ht. 83 1/2, wd. 57 3/4,
dp. 20 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
1008.
Sixteen Pieces of English Transfer and
Hand-painted Staffordshire Tableware,
including three handless cups, motto plates,
Robinson Crusoe plate, Stag Hunt plate,
childrens plates, an alphabet seal hunt plate,
alphabet hunt plate, and lustreware, (some
chips and imperfections).
$200-300
1009.
Five Sunderland Pink Lustre and Transfer-
decorated Ceramic Jugs, a G.A. Gardner,
1867, Sailors Farewell/Crimea, a Margaret
Griffths 1819, motto, a Sailors Farewell/cast
iron bridge, a motto/cast iron bridge, a motto/
sailing ship, and a Sailors Farewell/Crimea,
ht. 3 7/8 to 7 1/4 in.
$200-400
1010.
Thomas Rowlandson (British, 1756-1827)
Two Framed Etchings: Doctor Syntax Sells
Grizzle and Doctor Syntax Made Free of
the Cellar. Signed Drawn & Etched by
Rowlandson in the plates l.l., titled l.c. Both
etching and aquatint with hand-coloring on
paper, sight sizes to 5 x 7 5/8 in. Condition:
Mild staining, foxing, subtle rippling.
$100-200
1011.
American School, 19th/20th Century
Woodland Brook with Birches. Signed
W. Merit l.r. Oil on canvas, 24 x 19 3/4
in., framed. Condition: Natural pigment
fuorescence, mild surface grime.
$300-500
1012.
Pair of Blue-painted Tin and Glass Candle
Lanterns, ht. 12 1/4, wd. 5 1/2 in.
$150-250
1013.
Chippendale Maple and Birch Bonnet-top
Chest-on-Chest, ht. 81, wd. 40 1/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
1014.
Chippendale Mahogany Demilune Table
with Single Drop-leaf, with molded legs, ht.
28, wd. 37 1/4, dp. 18 3/4, leaf wd. 18 1/2 in.
$200-300
1015.
Chippendale Maple Slant-lid Desk,
(refnished, repairs), ht. 42 3/4, wd. 36 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
1016.
Three Pairs of Brass Candle Wall Sconces,
with four additional arms.
$200-400
1017.
Chippendale Mahogany Mirror, lg. 24 3/4
in.
$200-300
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1018.
Anglo/American School, 19th Century
Hilltop Church Beside a River, with
Distant Mountain. Indistinctly signed and
dated 1888 l.r., and inscribed Clinstard
Church l.r. Oil on canvas, 23 1/4 x 27 3/8
in., in a period gilt-gesso frame. Condition:
Light paint abrasion across center, varnish
streaked.
$300-500
1019.
Large Assortment of Decorative and
Collectible Articles, seven tin Santa
chocolate molds, twenty tin tree clip
candleholders, a red-painted tin snuffer, six
silver souvenir spoons including three sterling,
a beaded whimsey, a pottery bank, fve metal
candlesticks, two pin cushions, a school bell,
a folding ruler, painted composition rooster,
a straight razor, Chinese brass handle, two
crimpers, a hand hoe, a painted wood box,
three wire bowls and a basket.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$500-650
1020.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Pole Screen, ht.
57 3/4 in.
$400-600
1021.
Federal Cherry Drop-leaf Pembroke Table
with End Drawer and Tapering Legs.
$300-500
1022.
Federal Cherry Serpentine-top Walnut
Candlestand.
$200-250
1023.
Pieced and Appliqu Cotton Quilt with Red
and Green Flowers and Berries, America,
19th century, hand-stitched quilt with
central feld of nine blocks set on point with
appliqud blossom, bud, and berry motifs,
alternating with blocks of single blossoms,
surrounded by a undulating leaf and berry
vine border in solid red and green fabrics on a
white ground, edged in red and backed with
white muslin, quilted with diamond, parallel
line, and feather medallion stitches, (toning,
scattered stains, fading), 84 x 80 in.
$400-600
1024.
Hand-stitched Pieced Wool Diagonal
Check Pattern Quilt, 80 x 75 3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1025.
Group of Assorted Country and Decorative
Accessories, two slide-lid wooden boxes,
three cutlery trays, a framed 1847 needlework
sampler, a polychrome painted wood
Parcheesi game board, an iron and turned
wood rush light holder, a tin candle mold and
two candleholders.
$300-400
1026.
Large 19th Century Paint and Brass Tack-
embellished Wood Marching Drum, ht. 24
3/4, dia. 24 1/2 in.
$200-250
1027.
Three Cast Iron American Indian Figural
Banks and a Pen Tray.
$250-350
1028.
Pair of Windsor Bow-back Applied-arm
Chairs, Rhode Island.
$400-600
1029.
Federal Walnut and Cherry Serpentine
Drop-leaf Pembroke Table with Tapering
Legs, (repairs), ht. 26, lg. 33, wd. 14 1/2, leaf
wd. 8 3/4 in.
$300-500
1030.
Late Federal Maple Tilt-top Candlestand.
$200-250
1031.
Eight Vintage Indian Trade Pattern
Blankets, including Beacon-type and a pair of
Scalamadre.
$700-900
1032.
Five Beacon Indian Trade Pattern Blankets
and a God Bless America Pattern
Blanket, some paper labels.
$550-800
1033.
Masons Ironstone Imari-palette Warming
Dish and a Chinese Export Nanking
Porcelain Warming Dish, (glaze wear,
losses).
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1034.
Four Pieces of English Blue and White
Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Teaware,
a teapot, a Bear Forest, Ireland pattern
creamer, a cup, and a Derbyshire pattern
saucer.
$200-300
1035.
Georgian Glazed Mahogany Slant-lid Desk/
Bookcase, ht. 87 3/4, wd. 45 3/4, dp. 21 in.
$1,500-2,500
1036.
Black-painted Wooden Harvest Table with
Tapering Legs and Stretcher, ht. 28, lg. 79
1/2, wd. 34 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$800-1,200
1037.
Pair of Fraternal Upholstered Figural
Carved Oak Armchairs.
$300-500
1038.
Long Woven Rag Rug, 18 ft. 4 in. x 35 1/2
in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1039.
Five Flow Blue and Transfer-decorated
Plates, England, early 19th century, including
historic blue transfer-decorated Staffordshire
pottery dinner plate and soup plate, Enoch
Wood & Sons, Burslem, 1819-46, the dinner
plate depicting East View of La Grange The
Residence of the Marquis LaFayette, (glaze
wear), the soup plate depicting La Grange
the Residence of the Marquis Lafayette,
with grapevine and foral borders, both with
printed title and impressed pottery mark on
the bottom, a fow-blue States plate with
a rayed center with ribbon banner inscribed
DECUS ET TUTAMEN AB ILLO (a glory and
the defense of it), bordered with a chain with
ffteen printed states names, (wear), a small
plate with Don Quixote scene with printed
title on bottom THE MEETING OF SANCHO
AND DAPPLE, with foral- and bird-decorated
border; together with a saucer with Dr.
FRANKLINS MAXIMS transfer design about
sloth and lost time, dia. 6 1/2 to 9 1/2 in.
$300-475
1040.
American School, 19th Century
Double Portraits of a Man and Wife, c.
1840. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, oval bust-
length portraits painted on a single canvas,
27 1/2 x 35 in., in a ripple-molded frame.
Condition: Retouch, small patch repair l.c.,
cleaned, and varnished.
$500-750
1041.
Lot of Assorted Textiles, including three
machine-woven paisley shawls, vintage
items, silk scarves, bandanas, printed cloth,
fragments, clothing, accessories, etc.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
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1042.
Country Poplar and Pine Dry Sink, overall
ht. 34 3/4, wd. 48 1/4, dp. 19 3/4 in.
$200-300
1043.
Walnut and Pine Pie Safe with Punched
Tin Panels, ht. 51, wd. 32 3/4, dp. 15 1/4 in.
$200-300
1044.
Queen Anne-style Upholstered Carved
Mahogany Wing Chair.
$200-300
1045.
Two Pairs of Metal Andirons, a pair of brass
urn fnial iron knife blade and a pair of Gothic
Revival cast iron grapevine decorated, ht. 20
1/4 and 18 in., respectively.
$200-250
1046.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Amish Star
Pattern Quilt, 85 x 85 in.
$200-250
1047.
Seven Carved and Painted Wooden Duck
Decoys.
$300-500
1048.
Gilt Molded Copper Blackhawk
Running Horse Weather Vane, (crushing,
imperfections), fgure lg. 33 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
1049.
American School, 19th Century
Landscape with Chickens and Ducks.
Signed Mrs. E.B. Duffey l.l. Oil on canvas
applied to composition board, oval painting 8
1/2 x 10 1/4 in., in an ornate gilt-gesso frame.
Condition: Repaired tear at center with
associated retouch.
$400-600
1050.
Fourteen Tin Candle Molds, for one to four
candles.
$200-250
1051.
Swedish-American Embroidered
Friendship Pieced Cotton Quilt Top, c.
1901, (unfnished, some stains), 107 x 86 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1052.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Quilt, 19th
century, 91 1/2 x 87 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1053.
Nine Painted Duck Decoys, including fve
wooden, three composition, and one cork.
$300-500
1054.
Amish Hand-stitched Pieced Wool and
Cotton Repeating Triangle Pattern Quilt,
(fading, wear), 66 x 65 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1055.
Painted Stylized Chinese Scene Three-
panel Canvas Floor Screen, c. 1930,
(imperfections), ht. 71 3/4, panel wd. 20 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1056.
Windsor Sack-back Armchair.
$200-250
1057.
White-painted Wood Make-do Stand.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1058.
Two Framed 19th Century Needlework
Samplers, 1833 Ann Gresty and 1834 Lucy
A. Sanderson, sight sizes 11 3/4 x 11 1/2 and
13 1/2 x 19 3/4 in., respectively.
$400-600
1059.
Framed 1836 Mary F. Payne Needlework
Sampler, sight size 15 x 16 3/4 in.
$300-500
1060.
After J.B. Batchelder, Endicott & Co.,
lithographers (New York, 19th Century)
Review of The Mass. Volunteer Militia, at
Concord, Sept. 9th, 1859., 1860, proof.
Identifed in inscriptions. Lithograph on
paper, 30 x 45 1/2 in. (sight), in a period
molded mahogany frame with later printed
roster affxed verso. Condition: Minor toning,
foxing, not examined out of frame.
$300-400
1061.
Currier & Ives, publishers (American, 1857-
1907)
California Scenery. Seal Rocks-Point
Lobos., undated (Conningham, 768).
Identifed in inscriptions in the matrix. Small
folio lithograph with hand-coloring on paper,
sheet size 11 x 14 in., in a later molded wood
frame. Condition: Margins of 3/4 in. or more,
toning, margin edge tear u.r.
$100-125
1062.
Twelve Tin Chambersticks.
$200-250
1063.
Stained Wood and Painted Two-door
Shawls Cabinet, ht. 24 1/2, wd. 28 1/4,
dp. 21 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1064.
Set of Six Yellow-painted Windsor Step-
down Side Chairs.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
1065.
Polychrome Paint-decorated Pine
Dovetail-constructed Paneled Blanket Box,
the front panel initialed R.B., ht. 20 1/2, lg.
36 3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$600-800
1066.
Seven Painted Cast Iron Bird Doorstops,
including parrots, a peacock, and other exotic
birds, ht. to 11 3/4 in.
$250-350
1067.
Three Stoneware Jugs, an A.B. Wheeler &
Co., 60 Broad Street, Boston, Mass. cobalt
foral-decorated two-gallon jug, an Edmands
& Co. cobalt foral-decorated three-gallon
jug, and a Frank B. Norton, Worcester,
Mass. jug.
$200-300
1068.
Twenty-three Pieces of English, Dutch,
and Other Ceramic Tableware, including
a pomade jar, three assorted plates, a cup
plate, creamer, a toy platter, a large serving
platter, a bowl, three small bowls, a copper
lustre jug, a set of eight Dutch Canton pattern
plates, a yellowware milk bowl, and a Weller
Pottery tray.
$300-375
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1069.
Long Woven Rag Rug, lg. 12 ft, wd. 43 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1070.
Country Red-painted Pine One-door Jelly
Cupboard, applied molding, interior with four
fxed shelves, ht. 66 1/2, wd. 42, dp. 18 in.
$1,000-1,500
1071.
Eight D.R. Dimes Windsor Black-painted
Bow-back Side Chairs, c. 1992, paper label
and impressed mark.
$600-800
1072.
Scrubbed Pine Breadboard-top Red-
painted Wood Tavern Table with Drawer
and Tapering Legs, ht. 28 3/4, lg. 49 1/4,
wd. 35 in.
$800-1,200
1073.
Eleven Cast Iron Horse Figural Still Banks,
ht. 4 1/4 to 7 1/2 in.
$150-250
1074.
19th Century Painted and Bird-decorated
Wood and Iron Sled, lg. 35 3/4 in.
$200-300
1075.
Three Cast Iron Figural Doorstops, a sailing
ship, house, and a German Shepherd.
$200-250
1076.
Group of Mostly Cotton Plaid Bedding, a
heavy duvet cover, three pairs of pillowcases
and three single pillowcases, most German
heavy cotton, and an unfnished pieced cotton
quilt top.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1077.
Seven Homespun Textile Items, including a
three-color blanket with crocheted edge, four
blue and white blankets and a coverlet with
embroidery, and a long striped fragment.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1077A.
Wm. L. Gilbert Rosewood Veneer and
Mahogany Shelf Clock, Connecticut,
painted zinc dial with letters spelling
SARAELONGLEY representing the
numerals, eight-day time and strike spring-
powered movement, transfer-decorated tablet
with an image of a buck, ht. 17 1/4 in.
$150-200
1078.
White-painted Wood Ball-top Turned Post
Bed, with gold banded decoration, platform
rails, ht. 43 1/2, wd. 50 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
1079.
Pair of Brown-painted Wood Benches with
Tapering Legs, ht. 20 1/4, lg. 87 1/4, wd.
14 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1080.
Pine and Maple Stretcher-base Tavern
Table, ht. 26 1/4, lg. 27 1/4, wd. 17 3/4 in.
$600-800
1081.
Art Deco Gold-painted Metal Figural Birds
Table Lamp with End-of-day Glass Globe.
$200-250
1082.
Two Pairs of Tusks, a pair of carved ivy-
decorated and an undecorated pair of walrus
tusks, lg. 9 1/4 and 17 in., respectively.
$300-500
1083.
Three Scrimshaw-decorated Whales
Teeth, inscribed Amos Ring, Wilmington,
S.C., God Save The Queen, God Save Mrs.
Davis, Lifeline to our Free States, 1863 The
Runner Modern Greece-Mail Ship, lg. 6;
inscribed To Captain Evans, Port of San
Francisco, California, Whale Vessel Libertad,
Panama, For Our Captain From The Crew,
lg. 6 1/2; and a whaling scene with inscription
Capt. Dana Flynn, Swallow, 1861, lg. 5 3/4
in.
$600-800
1084.
Six Assorted Sailor-made Ivory and Bone
Items, four carved and turned jagging wheels,
a pin, and a bell-form stand and punch pin.
$400-600
1085.
Red-stained Queen Anne Pine and Maple
Lowboy, (highboy base, legs ended out).
$300-500
1086.
Queen Anne-style Carved Walnut Dressing
Table with Paw Feet.
$700-900
1087.
Yellow-paint and Decorated Ladder-back
Armchair with Woven Rush Seat.
$400-600
1088.
Gilt Molded Copper Running Horse
Weather Vane, (seam splits), fgure lg. 25
1/2 in.
$200-300
1089.
Three Somerset Stoneware Jugs and
a Crock, two Potters Works cobalt foral-
decorated jugs, an L. & B. Chace cobalt-
decorated ovoid two-gallon jug, and a two-
gallon crock.
$100-150
1090.
19th/20th Century American School Oil
on Board Portrait of George Washington,
unsigned, in an oval format Rococo-style gilt-
gesso frame, board 10 x 8 in.
$300-500
1091.
Seven Blue and White Spongeware
Pitchers, a Butter Crock, and Kitchen
Mixing Bowl, with Two Blue and White
Molded Stoneware Pitchers.
$400-600
1092.
Chippendale Maple Slant-lid Desk, ht. 41
1/4, wd. 39 1/4 in.
$700-900
1093.
Four Windsor Armchairs, a fan-back
armchair, a continuous armchair, a black
sack-back, and a bow-back.
$300-500
1094.
Chippendale Cherry Six-drawer Tall Chest,
ht. 60 1/2, wd. 43 3/4, dp. 21 in.
$3,000-5,000
1095.
Cobalt Crossed Palm Fronds-decorated
Four-gallon Stoneware Churn.
$200-300
1096.
Fourteen Blue and White Transfer-
decorated Ceramic Plates and Six
Assorted Transfer-decorated Ceramic
Platters.
$400-550
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1097.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Quilt,
(scattered stains), 78 1/2 x 76 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
1098.
Late Victorian Embroidered and Paint-
decorated Pieced Crazy Quilt, (minor
stains), 58 x 57 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1099.
Six Assorted Country Items, a large aqua
molded glass cathedral pickle bottle, a
painted and stenciled wood bellows, a tin
culinary mold, a turned wood mortar and
pestle, and a grain-painted wooden dolls
cradle.
$100-150
1100.
Six Painted Cast Iron Sailing Ship
Doorstops and Bookends, including two
doorstops and two pairs of bookends.
$200-250
1101.
Six Cast Iron Dog Figural Doorstops, a
Pair of Bookends, and Two Bootscrapers,
including Scotties and setters, some painted.
$250-350
1102.
White-painted Iron Ships Anchor, lg. 39,
wd. 39 in.
$200-300
1103.
Two Modern Carved and Painted Wood
Shorebird Figures, signed WEK, and
Hopkins, ht. 12 and 15 1/2 in.
$200-400
1104.
Stack Laminated Wood Schooner Half-hull
Model Plaque, overall 8 1/2 x 35 1/2 in.
$400-600
1105.
Tiger Maple, Pine, and Maple Stand with
Tapering Legs, and a Pine and Maple One-
drawer Stand.
$200-250
1106.
Gilt-gesso and Mahogany Veneer Mirror
with Eagle Crest, lg. 25 5/8 in.
$200-250
1107.
Federal Upholstered Carved Mahogany
Shield-back Side Chair, Rhode Island,
(repairs).
$300-500
1108.
Pair of Portrait Miniatures of a Man and
Woman, Continental/American School, c.
1830, watercolor on ivory, round portraits,
(man cracked down center, glass surface
deteriorating), dia. 2 7/8 in., in mahogany
frames with gilt-brass liners.
$200-250
1109.
Collection of Colored Clay and Glass
Marbles, 280 clay in an aqua glass canning
jar with tin screw top, and 110 mostly solid
color glass.
$200-300
1110.
Six Framed Hand-colored Bird Prints,
England, late 18th century, four inscribed
Printed for J. Hinton in Newgate Street
depicting The Brown Indian Dove, The
Roller, The blue Fly-catcher from Surinam
and The grenadier, and Jujube-tree; one
inscribed Edwards delint and Publishd
April 1 1799 depicting The Minor Grakles,
Greater and Less, and one with unknown
publisher depicting The Spotted Wood
Pecker, sight sizes 7 1/8 x 4 3/8-7 1/2 x 5
1/4 in.
$600-800
1111.
19th Century American School Oval Oil on
Canvas Portrait of a Blonde Girl, unsigned,
in an oval frame, (soiling, craquelure), sight
size 20 1/2 x 16 1/2 in.
$200-250
1112.
Long Woven Rag Rug, 15 ft. 4 in. x 39 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1113.
White-paint and Decorated Federal Pine
Dressing Table.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$800-1,200
1114.
Yellow-painted Windsor Bow-back
Applied-arm Chair.
$300-500
1115.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany and Mahogany
Veneer Two-part Banquet Table, a
D-shaped section and a D-shaped section
with single drop leaf, (imperfections), ht. 28,
wd. 43, section dp. 20, leaf wd. 25 1/4 in.
$400-600
1116.
Three Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlets,
a New York seven-color, a blue indigo two-
tone, and a four-color with woven corner
labels Jacob Moser Pine Grove Centre Co.
Penna 1837.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1117.
Seven Pieces of Assorted Flow Blue
Ceramic Tableware.
$200-300
1118.
19th Century American School Oil
on Board Landscape with Indian
Encampment, unsigned, framed, (soiled,
some losses, craquelure), overall 30 x 28 1/2
in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1119.
Patinated Molded Copper Running Horse
Weather Vane, (seam splits, one ear loss),
fgure lg. 24 3/4 in.
$200-300
1120.
Country Classical Maple Tilt-top
Candlestand.
$100-150
1121.
Country Classical Tiger Maple Bed, with
rails, ht. 46 1/2, wd. 56 1/4 in.
$400-600
1122.
Set of Six Yellow-painted and Stencil-
decorated Wood Side Chairs.
$400-600
1123.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Love Apple
Pattern Quilt and a Rose Pattern Trapunto
Quilt, (each with varying wear, soiling, and
stains), 74 x 65 and 95 x 93 in., respectively.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
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1124.
Pair of Hand-stitched Floral Appliqu
Cotton Quilts, second quarter 20th century,
72 x 82 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1125.
Group of Pottery and Country Wooden
Items, including two stoneware bottles, two
pottery pitchers, a wooden saddle-makers
stand, a club, carved fgure of a woman, two
bowls, and a make-do wall rack.
$400-600
1126.
Pair of Wrought Iron Shackles with Framed
Document Supporting Use by Slave
Owner, c. 1816, the ink on paper document
inscribed The hiring of the slaves belonging
to the Estate of Wm Blythe decd for the year
1816/Sam hired to James Blythe for----$76/
Hannah hired to Ben Elloberly for ---35 (total)
$111, and The hiring the same for the year
1817/Sam hired to James Blythe for----$90/
Hannah hired to Ben elloberly for ---37.50
(total) $127.50 (signed) Joseph Barnett Adm.
$600-800
1127.
Three Assorted Modern Carvings of
Whales, an ivory sculpture of a whale
breaching, a tusk with whale varieties, and a
carved and painted wood sculpture of Moby
Dick on a stand, ht. 6, lg. 15 3/4, and overall
ht. 14, lg. 23 1/2 in., respectively.
$200-250
1128.
White-painted Classical Carved Wood
Window Frame, exterior 46 1/4 x 34 1/2,
interior with rabbit 37 3/4 x 26 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1129.
Empire Glazed Carved Mahogany and
Mahogany Veneer Writing Desk/Bookcase.
$600-800
1130.
Empire Carved Mahogany Pedestal
Platform-base Card Table, (replaced top).
$250-350
1131.
Six Transfer-decorated Staffordshire
Pottery Childrens Tableware, England,
early 19th century, two mugs and four plates
depicting Dr. Franklins Maxims and Proverbs,
(one mug with broken handle, one with rim
chip and crack), ht. 2 3/4-2 7/8, dia. 5-5 7/8
in.
$200-250
1132.
Three Transfer-decorated Franklins
Maxims Pottery Childrens Plates,
Staffordshire, England, early 19th century,
(one with rim repair), dia. 5 1/2-7 1/8 in.
$100-150
1133.
Two Machine and Hand-stitched Pieced
and Appliqu Cotton Quilts, one with kittens
in baskets pattern, 72 x 74 and 62 x 79 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$250-400
1134.
Needlework Sampler, England, c. 1743,
stitched with silk threads on a linen ground,
ornamented with birds, a couple holding
hands, crowns, assorted borders and rows of
alphabets, (toning, fading), 12 3/4 x 9 3/4 in.,
in a later wood frame.
$300-500
1135.
Windsor Yellow-painted and Decorated
Wood Rod-back Armchair with Bamboo
Turnings and a Victorian Grained and
Paint-decorated Pine Four-drawer Cottage
Chest.
$200-300
1136.
Three Chippendale Mahogany and
Cherry Side Chairs and a Regency-style
Upholstered Carved Wood Shield-back
Side Chair, the former with upholstered slip
seats.
$300-500
1137.
Black-painted Windsor Sack-back
Armchair.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
1138.
Long Shaker White-painted Wooden Work
Table, with overhanging scrubbed single-
board top, deep apron and square tapering
legs, ht. 27 3/4, lg. 142 3/4, wd. 23 1/2 in.
$600-800
1139.
19th Century American School Oil on
Canvas View of a Stone Bridge, unsigned,
in a silver-gilt frame, (soiling, fne craquelure),
canvas 22 x 28 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1140.
Four Framed 19th Century Lithographs
and Prints, N. Currier Death of Harrison...;
Daughaday & Becker General Grant & Family;
Byram & Co. Capitol of the United States,;
and a Death of President Lincoln, some with
hand-coloring.
$250-350
1141.
Brass Adjustable Double Student Lamp
with a Pair of Opaque Glass Shades, ht. 24
1/4, wd. 22 in.
$250-350
1142.
Brown-painted Windsor Bow-back Side
Chair.
$300-500
1143.
Country Federal Maple Dish-top
Candlestand.
$400-600
1144.
Grain-painted Pine Slant-lid Desk, ht. 37
1/2, wd. 32 in.
$400-600
1145.
Four Brass Candlesticks and a
Chamberstick, four square base
candlesticks: a pair with facets and ring-
turnings on the shaft, a similar single
candlestick and another single with baluster
turnings, together with a dish-base push-up
candlestick, ht. 5 1/2-9 3/4 in.
$250-350
1146.
Ten Pieces of Assorted Pewter, a charger,
deep dish, four plates, a porringer, lamp,
mug, and an oil can.
$300-500
1147.
Mennonite Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton
Tumbling Blocks Pattern Quilt, (wear,
imperfections), 72 x 76 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1148.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Mariners
Compass Star Pattern Quilt, (areas of
discolor), 93 x 60 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
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1149.
Four Small 19th Century Framed Works
and Two Small Molded Wood Frames, two
vase of fowers tinsel pictures, a cut paper
design, and a colored sand landscape.
$200-250
1150.
Five Cast Iron Architectural Still Banks,
some with paint, ht. 5 1/2 to 7 in.
$200-250
1151.
Fourteen Cast Iron and Metal Figural
Items, including fve doorstops, seven
bookends, and two still banks, some with
paint.
$200-300
1152.
Seven Assorted Marine Items, a steer
horn with ivory mouth piece, a scrimshaw-
decorated whale tooth depicting an eagle with
banner Free Commerce and Trade, a whale
bone tool, a half hull model plaque depicting
the bark Lagoda, and a quarter-board Fred
A. Small, Machias.
$300-500
1153.
Four Pewter Coffee and Teapots.
$250-350
1154.
Polychrome Painted Wood Framed
Carnival Mirror, 24 x 19 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$100-150
1155.
Silas Hoadley Cherry Tall Clock, long
slender tombstone waist door, bracket feet,
Arabic numeral painted wooden dial marked
S. Hoadley Plymouth, foral and gilt spandrels,
thirty-hour wooden movement, (lacking
pendulum, weights, and bell), ht. 90 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
1156.
Green-painted Pine Bucket Bench, ht. 15,
lg. 56, wd. 11 3/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
1157.
Red-painted Pine Dovetail-constructed
Storage Box, mounted with wrought iron end
handles, ht. 19 1/2, lg. 43 1/4 in.
$200-250
1158.
Eight Painted Cast Iron Bird Figural
Doorstops and Bookends, including owl,
rooster, and duck, ht. 5 1/4 to 7 3/4 in.
$200-250
1159.
Ten Assorted Painted Cast Iron Figurals,
Doorstops, and Still Banks, including three
characters, a lion, Dickens character, sheep,
and a couple, banks U.S. Mail Box, elephant,
and black character.
$350-500
1160.
Two 19th Century American School Oil
on Canvas Landscapes, a folk art farm
view, unsigned, framed, and a valley view,
unsigned, framed, canvas 18 1/4 x 27 1/4
and 21 1/4 x 30 in., respectively.
$200-250
1161.
19th Century British School Oil on Panel
Portrait of a Steamship, signed D.E.
DeVeau l.l., unframed, (tear, soiling), 10 x 14
1/4 in.
$100-125
1162.
Molded Copper Blackhawk Running
Horse Weather Vane, traces of gilding,
(holes, corrosion, seam splits), fgure lg. 33 in.
$300-500
1163.
Green-painted Windsor Fan-back Side
Chair.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
1164.
Glazed Pine Corner Cupboard, with traces
of green paint, in two parts, the upper cabinet
with two fxed shelves, the two-door base
with one interior fxed shelf, approx. ht. 81
1/4, wd. 48, dp. 24 in.
$800-1,200
1165.
Rustic Wood and Wrought Iron Cobblers
Work Stand.
$150-250
1166.
Long Woven Rag Rug, 18 ft. 10 in. x 42 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1167.
Riley Whiting Mahogany Shelf Clock,
Winchester, Connecticut, stencil-decorated
splat and full turned columns fanking
painted Roman numeral wooden dial with gilt
spandrels, thirty-hour time and strike weight-
driven movement, printed paper label Clocks,
Riley Whiting, Winchester Conn, ht. 34 1/2
in.
$150-250
1168.
19th/20th Century American School
Watercolor Florida or Caribbean Street
Scene, unsigned, framed, sight size 21 3/4 x
18 1/2 in.
$300-500
1169.
Lynn Textile Mills Inc. Painted Wood Sign,
Hulbert & Son, with brass tag inscribed
Original sign at Holyoke, Mass. plant, erected
1928, 20 1/2 x 30 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1170.
Queen Anne Tiger Maple and Cherry Flat-
top Highboy, (refnished, replaced hardware,
replaced top molding, drawer thumb-molding
patch and losses), ht. 68 1/4, wd. 40 1/2, dp.
21 in.
$800-1,200
1171.
Red-painted Ladder-back Armchair with
Woven Splint Seat.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1172.
Country Chippendale Poplar Blanket Chest
over Three Drawers, possibly Hudson River
Valley.
$800-1,200
1173.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Sunburst
Quilt, (soiling, stains, wear), 76 x 92 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
1174.
Folk Art Pieced Wool Patchwork Quilt,
(some moth holes), 73 x 66 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
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1175.
Eleven Pieces Pewter and Four Metal
Cooking Utensils, fve tea and coffeepots, a
bowl, jug, creamer, candlestick, and a pair of
candelabra.
$200-300
1176.
Seven Assorted English Pottery Items,
including three cottage fgures, two lustre and
foral-decorated mugs, and a small tea bowl
and saucer with blue transfer dairy maid and
shepherd design.
$200-250
1177.
Collection of Wool Blankets and Cotton
Textile Items, one heather gray and fve
plaid wool buggy shawls and two blankets/
throws, two fringed cotton shawls, and six
mostly striped cotton covers and fragments.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1178.
English Mahogany Twenty-one-drawer
Labeled Spice Chest, with glass pulls, wd.
36 1/4, lg. 50 3/4, dp. 10 7/8 in.
$2,000-4,000
1179.
English Chippendale Elm Side Chair, with
upholstered slip seat.
$150-250
1180.
Chippendale Inlaid Mahogany Mirror,
(repaired), lg. 42, wd. 21 1/4 in.
$300-500
1181.
Twenty-two Pieces of Chinese Export
Porcelain, mostly Canton tableware, and
three English ceramic plates.
$450-750
1182.
Black-painted Wood Boat Hull Model, with
green-painted interior, ht. 7 3/4, lg. 53, wd.
9 3/4 in.
$200-300
1183.
Inlaid Rosewood Veneer Jewel Box and
Two Pairs of Brass Candlesticks, one pair
ftted as table lamps.
$300-450
1184.
Long Woven Rag Rug, 19 ft. x 41 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1185.
Country Federal Cherry and Maple Tilt-top
Candlestand.
$200-250
1186.
Country Pine Hutch, ht. 74, wd. 36 1/4, dp.
19 3/4 in.
$200-300
1187.
Red-painted Wooden Shelves.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
1188.
Twenty Pieces of Assorted Decorated
Pottery and Ceramic Tableware, including
Staffordshire, Bennington, Gaudy Dutch, and
Royal Crown Derby.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1189.
William Formby Halsall (American, 1841-
1919) Etching Schooners Becalmed, signed
in pencil l.r., framed, sight size 6 x 9 in.
$150-200
1190.
Neil Mitchill Oil on Canvas Casco Bay
Harbor View, signed and dated 1883 l.l., in
a giltwood frame, canvas 14 x 12 in.
$400-600
1191.
Silver-painted Molded Copper Running
Horse Weather Vane, fgure lg. 32 1/2 in.
$300-500
1192.
Federal-style Tiger Maple Lift-top Sugar
Chest, over long drawer, ht. 33 3/4, wd. 27
1/2, dp. 15 1/2 in.
$300-400
1193.
Federal Paint-decorated Pine Washstand,
Two Painted Wooden Crickets, and a
Small Bench with Shaped Apron.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
1194.
Federal Walnut Tilt-top Candlestand.
$500-700
1195.
Two Small Grinding Stones, mounted on
iron bases, overall ht. 12 1/2, stone dia. 8
7/8, ht. 12 1/4, stone dia. 8 1/4 in.
$250-350
1196.
Three Pressed Glass Oil Lamps, two with
marble bases.
$300-500
1197.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Quilt, c.
1880, (a few dark stains), 80 1/2 x 65 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$250-350
1198.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Mosaic
Pattern Quilt, with glazed backing cloth,
(glazed side tears), 84 x 80 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
1199.
Webster, Daniel (1782-1851), Two articles,
clipped signature with title on a slip of paper,
1 x 3 in., framed with portrait, (browned); and
a large lithograph portrait of Webster after
Decamp, with facsimile signature, 23 x 16 1/2
in., (not examined out of frame).
$150-200
1200.
(Declaration of Independence, Facsimile),
Photolithographic facsimile, Washington, D.C.:
The Norris Peters Co., 1873, in oak frame,
sight size 23 1/2 x 18 5/8, frame 26 5/8 x 21
5/8 in., (laid down, dampstaining, browned).
$100-150
1201.
Fourteen Painted Cast Iron and Brass
Floral and Basket of Flowers Doorstops
and Bookends, ht. 5 3/4 to 10 1/2 in.
$250-350
1202.
Fourteen Brass Hand Bells with Turned
Wood Handles, lg. 5 1/2 to 11 1/2 in.
$200-300
1203.
No lot.
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1204.
Approximately Forty-seven Vintage Printed
Cotton Souvenir Tablecloths, including New
Hampshire, Massachusetts, fve New York
and a 1939 Worlds Fair, Florida, Louisiana,
Nevada, two Utah, Kansas, two Montana,
two Texas, three Colorado, Wyoming,
South Dakota, seven California, Hawaii,
two Washington, two Arizona, three New
Mexico, two Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin, four
Alaska, and Oregon, (with varying stains or
imperfections).
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1205.
Country Classical Upholstered Tiger Maple
Daybed, with upholstered seat cushion,
approx. ht. 28, lg. 71 1/2, dp. 25, seat ht.
20 in.
$200-300
1206.
Country Pine Five-drawer Chest, with brass
George Washington bust drawer pulls, ht. 40
1/2, wd. 37 1/2 in.
$300-500
1207.
Gray-painted Pine Dovetail-constructed
Sea Chest.
$150-250
1208.
Amish Pieced Wool Quilt, America, 19th
century, composed of twill weave fabrics with
central burgundy-colored square framed by
green and deep purple borders, light brown
backing and binding, quilted in diamond,
concentric, diamond, and feather motifs,
(fraying to binding), 72 x 78 in.
$200-300
1209.
Two 19th Century Blue and White
Wool and Cotton Coverlets, an overshot
coverlet and a dated 1839 foral coverlet,
(discoloration, wear, imperfections, holes).
$300-500
1210.
(Travel and Exploration, United States),
Savage, C.R., Views of Utah and Tourists
Guide, Salt Lake City: Art Bazar, 1887, cloth,
with fourteen photographic images, oblong
12mo, (cover sun-faded, starting, scattered
tears).
$50-70
1211.
Scott, Winfeld (1786-1866), Autograph letter
signed, three pages, Washington, November
4th, 1852, to C.H. Andrus, answering his
query about his religion and commenting
that religion and politics should not be mixed
and while stating his faith as a Protestant
Episcopalian acknowledged a lapse during
some ffteen months when between 18 &
20 years old, I was an infdel, 8vo, (minor
staining, old rust spot, good overall).
$400-600
1212.
Patinated Molded Copper Running Horse
with Rider Weather Vane, (detached
elements), approx. fgure lg. 32 1/2 in.
$400-600
1213.
Queen Anne-style Upholstered Carved
Walnut Wing Chair.
$500-700
1214.
Three Childs Ladder-back Chairs, two side
chairs and an armchair.
$200-250
1215.
Pine and Maple Drop-leaf Harvest Table,
ht. 27 1/4, lg. 102 3/4, wd. 25 1/2, leaf wd.
10 in.
$300-500
1216.
Two Courting Mirrors, northern Europe,
late 18th/early 19th century, with polychrome
reverse-painted glass border segments, one
painted with baskets and urns of fowers,
the other with a hunting scene on the crest,
(cracked and missing segments), 19 3/4 x 13
3/4, 15 1/4 x 9 3/4 in.
$300-500
1217.
Wrought Iron Hearth Peel, with rams-horn
fnial, lg. 45 1/2 in.
$200-400
1218.
(Maps and Charts, North America), Monks
New American Map. Exhibiting the larger
portion of North America Embracing the
United States and Territories, Mexico, and
Central America, including the West India
Islands, the Canadas, New Brunswick, and
Nova Scotia., Baltimore: drawn, engraved
and printed by Hoen & Co., 1856, with inset
world projection, printed in colors and linen-
backed, 62 x 65 1/2 in., with one wooden
roller, (lacking one roller, tears and holes along
upper edge, edge chips and losses, varnish
discolored, creasing).
$250-350
1219.
Sixteen Brass Lighting and Hearth Items,
fourteen assorted brass candlesticks, four
with medial drip pans, two pricket-type, two
push-up chambersticks; a hearth stand with
round pierced surface depicting a horse and
leafy vine, on tripod base with spade feet; and
a goffering iron tripod stand, (missing goffering
iron), ht. 4-12 1/2 in.
$200-250
1220.
Polychrome Paint-decorated Wood
Gateway Nursery School Wagon.
$200-300
1221.
Country Glazed Pine Book Cabinet over
Long Drawer, ht. 84 1/4, wd. 34 1/2, dp.
14 in.
$400-600
1222.
Six Assorted Country Wood Staved
Barrels, some painted, approx. ht. 17 1/2 to
25 1/4 in.
$400-600
1223.
Red-painted Carved and Turned Wood
Eagle Architectural Fragment, ht. 15, wd.
19 1/4 in.
$400-600
1224.
Sixteen Cast Iron Architectural Still Banks
and Two Treasure Chests, some with paint.
$250-350
1225.-1226.
No lots.
1227.
Seventeen Small Cast Iron and Metal
Figural Items, including still banks,
paperweights, advertising fgures, an eagle
fnial, etc.
$200-250
1228.
Large Country Rectangular Pine
Breadboard-top Hutch Table, approx. ht. 29
1/4, lg. 87, wd. 44 3/4 in.
$800-1,000
1229.
Country Pine Paneled Four-door Corner
Cupboard, in one piece, approx. ht. 86 1/4,
wd. 40, dp. 21 1/2 in.
$700-900
1230.
Country Painted Wooden Slant-lid Retail
Advertising Floor Bin Jersey Coffee, ht.
31 3/4, wd. 22 1/2, dp. 17 in.
$200-250
1231.
Two Amish Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton
Crib Quilts, mounted on frames, overall 38 x
34 3/4 and 44 x 38 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$600-800
1232.
Mennonite Red and Green Sawtooth
Square Pattern Quilt, reportedly Lancaster
County, Pennsylvania, late 19th century,
glazed green wool twill and red cotton fabrics
backed with a brown printed cotton fabric,
stitched with undulating feather, fower sprigs,
diagonal line, and diamond quilting designs,
(edge fraying, fading to red fabric, repairs, and
worn areas), 78 x 76 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
1233.
Four Linen Damask Tablecloths, including
an unused 1892-93 Chicago Columbian
Exhibition.
$200-300
1234.
Painted Carved Wood Grotesque Mask
Panel, lg.16 1/2 in.
$200-300
1235.
Green-painted Pine Bucket Bench, with
thumb-molded edge, ht. 20, lg. 72 1/4, wd.
11 1/4 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1236.
Gray-painted Pine Six-board Blanket Box,
ht. 28, lg. 50 3/4, wd. 24 1/4 in.
$300-500
1237.
William & Mary Oval Maple and Tiger
Maple Tavern Table with Splayed Turned
Legs and Stretcher Base, ht. 28, lg. 29 in.
$400-600
1238.
Ten Assorted Early Iron, Pewter, and
Copper Lighting Items, two sheet iron
push-up candlesticks with mid-drip pans and
weighted bases, fve hogscraper push-up
candlesticks, four of tinned sheet iron, one
copper, a sheet iron chamber stick/tinder
box with a wrought iron striker, and a pair
of pewter lamps with candlestick-converter
drop-in candle cups, ht. 3-13 1/4 in.
$200-250
1239.
Johnston, Joseph E. (1807-1891), Signed
carte-de-visite albumen portrait, undated,
inscribed Mrs. E. Kirby Smith from her friend
J.E. Johnston, depicting the general in a
tunic with rank, oval format, 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 in.,
(pencil inscription to front, minor spotting).
$600-800
1240.
Eight Small Framed 19th Century and
Decorative Works, including a pair of
miniature watercolor on paper portraits of a
gentleman and woman, a set of four prints
depicting Fulton ferries, an ink and watercolor
on paper scene with a man on a horse and a
scene with a wedding carriage.
$150-250
1241.
Two Neoclassical Ruby Blown Glass and
Brass Hall Lanterns, with three-light electric
fxtures, ht. of lanterns approx. 18, 33 in.
drop.
$800-1,200
1242.
Two Childs Windsor Armchairs, a sack-
back and a continuous arm.
$400-600
1243.
Painted Pine Blanket Chest over Two Long
Drawers, ht. 44 3/8, wd. 37, dp. 19 1/2 in.
$600-800
1244.
Yellow-painted and Decorated Wood
Bench, Pennsylvania, lg. 73 in.
$300-500
1245.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Quilt, 81 1/4
x 63 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
1246.-1247.
No lots.
1248.
Cobalt Floral-decorated Three-gallon
Stoneware Crock.
$200-300
1249.
Eight Framed and Decorative Nantucket-
theme Items, a watercolor of a sailboat
signed Charlie W. Wyllie; a watercolor of a
dock scene signed Jo Barker; two prints
after Currier of whaling scenes; a watercolor
view of a dock signed Leslie Lane; a
reproduction Nantucket map, a painted wood
panel depicting a whaling scene, and a Town
of Nantucket painted wood directional sign.
$300-500
1250.
Group of Sewing Accessories, a brass
bird-form sewing clamp, three turned wood
darning eggs, eleven pincushions including
one shoe-form, four of fabric, one hourglass
form, four lithograph paper and velvet
with advertising, one cork; ffteen thimbles
including twelve with advertising, an enameled
brass spool holder, two small pieces of
homespun fabric and a piece of white lace
trim; together with four silver-plated thimble-
form liquor vessels, three shot glass size, one
pint size, three inscribed Just a Thimble Full.
$300-500
1251.
Two Ethnic Costumed Hand-stitched Cloth
Male Dolls, ht. 12 1/2, 13 3/4 in.
$200-250
1252.
Group of Assorted Sewing Accessories,
including a brass bird-form sewing clamp,
several embroidery scissors, tagua nut
combination thread holder/pincushion/needle
cases, pincushions, strawberry-form emeries,
two sterling silver handled darning eggs,
thread shuttles, turned and carved coquilla
nut thread dispensers, thimbles, etc., approx.
52 items total.
$300-500
1253.
No lot.
1254.
Patinated Molded and Sheet Copper, and
Cast Zinc Horse, Driver and Cart Weather
Vane, (detached elements), approx. fgure lg.
25 1/2 in.
$400-600
1255.
William & Mary-style Pine Breadboard-top
Ash Stretcher-base Tavern Table.
$200-250
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1256.
Rustic Leather-clad Pine Cobblers Bench,
approx. overall ht. 19 1/2, lg. 44 3/4 in.
$175-225
1257.
Oak Flax Wheel and Yarn Winder.
$200-250
1258.
18th Century French Embroidered
Homespun Linen Quilted Bedcover,
embroidered fower sprigs with wool yarns,
(repairs, toning, stains, losses), 68 x 91 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$400-600
1259.
Approximately Thirty-four Vintage Printed
Cotton Tablecloths and a Group of Other
Assorted Table Linens, (with varying stains
or imperfections).
$200-300
1260.
Small Framed 19th Century Silk
Embroidered View of a House, sight size 7
x 11 1/4 in.
$300-500
1261.
Two Framed 19th Century Items, a birds-
eye maple veneer framed silhouette and
gouache full portrait of a lady, signed J.
Dempsey, overall lg. 18; and a gilt-gesso
framed oval silk needlework scene depicting
Moses being found in the reeds, with an
eglomise mat, overall lg. 15 1/2 in.
$300-500
1262.
Twenty Small Cast Iron and Other
Metal Decorative and Collectible
Articles, including match safes, souvenirs,
doorknockers, bottle openers, etc.
$200-250
1263.
Chippendale Mahogany Tilt-top Birdcage
Tea Table, ht. 28 3/4, dia. 29 3/4 in.
$250-350
1264.
Country Pine Blanket Chest over Long
Drawer.
$300-400
1265.
Country Pine Paneled Four-door Corner
Cupboard, in two parts, approx. ht. 84, wd.
41 1/4, dp. 24 1/2 in.
$700-900
1266.
Eleven Assorted Small Cast Iron Figures,
polychrome decorated, including a man and
a woman in 18th century costume, a pig
marked A. PLEUMER & CO. CINTI O.,
three puppies, two kittens, an elephant, a
skunk, and a fgural group with snowman,
cat, dog, and Christmas tree.
$250-350
1267.
Three Figural Cast Iron Bottle Openers, a
Shell-form Bank, and Horseshoe Plaque,
bottle openers in the form of a donkey, an
elephant, and a goat, a cast iron conch shell-
form bank, and a horseshoe-form wall plaque
with eagle fnial, bluebirds, and clasped hand
motifs.
$200-250
1268.
Sante Graziani Silkscreen Print
Dematerializing Image of Washington, in
pencil at bottom margin Artists Proof, title,
and signature, framed, sight 25 1/2 x 25 1/2
in.
$100-200
1269.
Painted Carved Pine American Eagle with
Arrows and Shield Plaque, the reverse
inscribed ...Watertown, Ct., 1959..., wd. 25
1/2 in.
$300-500
1270.
Federal Birch Candlestand.
$200-250
1271.
Eight Windsor Bow-back Side Chairs,
including fve braced.
$600-800
1272.
Small Pine Blanket Chest over Two
Drawers and a Painted Federal-style Four-
drawer Chest, the blanket chest ht. 32 1/4,
wd. 29 3/4 in.
$300-500
1273.
Hand-stitched Printed Cotton Quilt, 19th
century, with glazed back, (scattered stains),
97 x 101 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$300-500
1274.
Printed Cotton Quilt, 19th century, (stains),
89 x 91 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1275.
Large Norton Rockingham Glazed
Stoneware Tree Stump-form Planter, F.B.
Norton & Co., Worcester, Massachusetts,
mid to late 19th century, molded with vines,
cut branches, and birds nest on the exterior,
with large central and fve smaller openings,
the vines with blue-green glaze highlighting,
impressed F.B. NORTON WORCESTER
MASS. on base, (imperfections), ht. 18 1/2
in.
$200-300
1276.
Neoclassical Colorless Blown Cut Glass
and Brass Hall Lantern, with three-light
electric fxtures, ht. of lantern approx. 18 in.
Provenance: Reportedly from the Nestle
collection.
$600-800
1277.
Assorted Group of Small Decorative Items,
an enameled snuff box with transfer motto
May the Rights of Man Never be Invaded by
the Power of Kings, a folding pocketknife, a
decorative brass level, fgural snuff box, and
a swivel magnifying glass, a tortoiseshell box,
two folding rulers, a tartanware book printed
with Robert Burns poetry, an apple-form
caddy, a book-form bank, a 1917 booklet
titled Important American Game Birds, a tin
matchbox, a small Superior Silver Solder
tin box, a woven silk Stevensgraph Queen
Victoria Golden Jubilee souvenir ribbon, a
tin teething ring, a glass and tin lantern-
form candy container, a miniature Japanese
porcelain toby jug, and a small porcelain plate
with Brownie transfer decoration, (19 items
total).
$400-600
1278.
Three Assorted Wood Candlestands, a late
Classical cherry, a country pine and maple,
and a pine and birch.
$300-500
1279.
Mustard Yellow Paint-decorated Pine
Dressing Table, New England, c. 1820, the
shaped top with single drawer above, on
straight skirt joining tapering legs, painted
surface simulated stringing and banding,
and decorative motifs of shells, grapes, and
drapery, (minor imperfections), top ht. 26 3/4,
top wd. 34 1/2, dp. 18 1/4 in.
$500-750
1280.
Federal Carved Mahogany and Mahogany
Veneer Chamberstand, New England, c.
1815-20, scrolled backsplash with shaped
pierced shelf, on block-, vase-, and ring-
turned, reeded, and swelled supports, joined
by medial shelf with drawer, refnished, ht. 40,
wd. 17, dp. 15 1/2 in.
$150-250
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1281.
Six Cast Iron Trivets, Six Tin Pudding
Molds, and Four Candle Snuffers.
$200-300
1282.
Oval Nantucket Basket, early 20th century,
with carved upright handle, the named C.L.
Steele is inscribed on the base, (losses to rim
lashing), ht. 9 3/4, dia. 10 1/2 in.
$400-600
1283.
Seven Pieces of Assorted Pewter Table
Items, a pair of push-up candlesticks, a pair
of small oil lamps, a pair of English casters,
and a large Danforth deep dish, the latter dia.
13 1/4 in.
$200-300
1284.
Pair of Brass Ring-turned and Faceted
Andirons, 19th century, ht. 22 1/2, lg. 26
1/2 in.
$300-500
1285.
Pair of Metal New York Central System
Rail Car Boarding Steps, Morton Mfg., lg.
20 1/2, wd. 18 in.
$150-200
1286.
Late Victorian Oak Fall-front and Mirrored
Ladys Writing Desk.
$100-150
1287.
19th Century Hide-clad Ride-on Rocking
Horse, with glass eyes and painted rockers,
ht. 31, lg. 43 in.
$400-600
1288.
Five Vintage Printed Cotton Tablecloths,
Linens, and Other Fabric.
$50-75
1289.
Three Small Framed Primitive House
Portraits and Framed 1818 Sophia Whitney
Lisbon Needlework Sampler, a pencil and
watercolor portrait probably upstate New
York; an ink and watercolor Home of Mr. E.
Geiser; and a watercolor Albrecht Fiechter
Heim.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$100-150
1290.
19th Century American School Charcoal
on Paper River Valley View with Distant
Town, unsigned, framed, (minor abrasions,
laid down on Masonite), 13 x 17 3/4 in.
$200-300
1291.
Three Machine and Hand-stitched Cotton
Quilts, c. 1930s, pieced and appliqu foral
designs, 78 x 78, 91 x 76, and 90 x 86 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$250-350
1292.
Pine Dovetail-constructed Storage Box,
with wrought iron end handles.
$150-250
1293.
Three Windsor Chairs, an armrocker, a bow-
back side chair, and a continuous-arm potty
chair.
$150-200
1294.
Crewel Upholstered Maple Rocking Wing
Chair.
$100-150
1295.
Patinated Molded Copper Full-body
Running Fox Weather Vane, John Garret
Thew, Norfolk, Connecticut, no. 24, fgure lg.
31 1/2 in.
$600-800
1296.
Stoneware Pottery Tree Stump-form
Planter, Bangor Stoneware Co., Bangor,
Maine, late 19th century, molded earthenware
one large and four smaller openings, with
molded blossoms and foliage about the
base, the bottom with impressed BANGOR
STONEWARE CO./BANGOR MAINE, (rim
chips), ht. 14 1/2 in.
$200-300
1297.
Four Polychrome-painted Cast Iron Figural
Banks, a sheep, a cat, girl and sheep, and a
girl angler in a boat named MERMAID, ht. 1
3/8-4 3/8 in.
$250-350
1298.
Abstract Pattern Hooked Rug, mounted on
frame, overall 46 x 31 3/4 in.
$200-250
1299.
Circular Walnut Shadowbox Framed
Marble Profle Portrait Bust of President
Abraham Lincoln, 19th century, frame dia.
21, approx. bust lg. 14 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
1300.
Yellow-painted Stave- and Hoop-
constructed Wooden Bucket, red-painted
interior, wire bail with hardwood handle,
(bottom warped, hoops loose), ht. to rim 9 in.
$300-500
1301.
Twenty-nine Cast Iron Architectural Still
Banks, some with paint.
$300-500
1302.
Small Red-painted Stave- and Hoop-
constructed Wooden Bucket, white-painted
interior, wire bail with hardwood handle,
(hoops loose), ht. to rim 4 1/2 in.
$400-600
1303.
Three Rockingham Glazed Pewtress
Pottery Tree Stump-form Planters, S.L.
Pewtress, Fair Haven, Connecticut, c. 1875,
two molded with vines and cut branch motifs,
one with crossed branch handles, one with
four side openings, each impressed S.L.
PEWTRESS CO./FAIR HAVEN CONN,
(cracks and chips), ht. 7 1/4, 7 1/2, 10 1/8 in.
$300-400
1304.
Group of Cast Iron Figural Doorstops, Still
Banks, and Figures, including fve doorstops,
fve architectural building still banks, three safe
and strong box banks, and sixteen fgures.
$200-300
1305.
Iron-bound Green-painted Wood Dome-
top Trunk, the front panel inscribed Anne
Enersen, Concord Mass., Nort Amerika, ht.
14 1/2, lg. 31 3/4 in.
Provenance: David Emerson Gara.
$150-250
1306.
Childs Painted Wood and Iron Express
Wagon.
$200-250
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1307.
Queen Anne Carved Maple and Cherry
Side Chair, probably Massachusetts, mid-
18th century, the yoked crest above a
vasiform splat, on rush seat, shaped front rail,
and frontal cabriole legs ending in pad feet
on platforms, joined to the raking rear legs by
turned stretchers, (imperfections), ht. 39, seat
ht. 17 1/2 in.
$300-400
1308.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Broken Star
Pattern Quilt, c. 1910, 86 x 86 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-250
1309.
Machine and Hand-stitched Pieced and
Appliqu Cotton Quilt, c. 1930, 72 x 86 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
1310.
Four Framed English Hand-colored Fox
Hunt Scene Prints, published by Fuller, in
oak frames.
$150-250
1311.
19th Century American School Oil on
Canvas Portrait of Mrs. Underfell of New
York City, unsigned, in a giltwood and gesso
frame, canvas 30 x 25 in.
$600-800
1312.
French Gray Marble Mantel Clock, 3 1/2-
in. dia. enameled dial with Roman numerals,
brass beading and incised decoration on
the case, eight-day time and strike spring-
powered movement, ht. 8 in.
$200-300
1313.
Chippendale Mahogany Carved Side
Chair, possibly Boston, late 18th century,
the scrolled acanthus-carved crest ending
in reeded terminals centering a fan,
above a carved and pierced gothic splat,
overupholstered seat, and square beaded
legs joined by stretchers, (imperfections), ht.
39, seat ht. 18 1/2 in.
$400-600
1314.
Miniature Paint-decorated Chest over Two
Drawers, New England, early 19th century,
the lift top opens to a well above two drawers
on cutout base, old red painted surface
with black-painted borders, (top replaced,
imperfections), ht. 21 1/2, case wd. 20 1/2,
dp. 9 in.
$400-600
1315.
Neoclassical Mahogany Inlaid Pole Screen,
America or England, c. 1800, the shield-
shaped screen with banded and string-inlaid
border, on support continuing to vase- and
ring-turned post on tripod base of shaped
legs, (imperfections), ht. 57 in.
$400-600
1316.
Twenty-two Black Character Postcards.
$200-250
1317.
Group of Mostly Patriotic and
Historic American-theme Postcards,
commemorating Washington, Lincoln,
Decoration Day, Independence Day, historic
events, U.S. Capitol building scenes, Charles
Lindberg, and Thanksgiving; eleven postcards
with photographs of Shaker fgures and
buildings, (approx. 70 total).
$200-250
1318.
Seven Small Framed 19th Century Hand-
colored Botanical Prints, sight lg. 6 to 8
1/4 in.
$200-250
1319.
Two Wrought Iron Hearth Peels and an
Ash Hearth Scraper, one peel with rams-
horn fnial, the other with a faceted fnial, lg.
45-47 in.
$300-500
1320.
Federal Cherry Candlestand, New England,
early 19th century, the circular top on a vase-
and ring-turned support on tripod cabriole leg
base ending in pad feet on platforms, mellow
surface, (minor imperfections), ht. 27, dia. 19
in.
$200-300
1321.
Mahogany and Gilt-gesso Patent
Timepiece, probably Massachusetts, c.
1820, the tablet depicting Neptune, (repainted
dial and tablets), ht. 32 1/2 in.
$400-600
1322.
Queen Anne Mahogany Tilt-top Tea Table,
North Shore, Massachusetts, c. 1780,
refnished, (alterations), ht. 29, wd. 32, dp.
31 in.
$400-600
1323.
Mahogany Lap Desk, dovetail joinery
with set-in brass handles and escutcheon,
compartmented interior. ht. 7 3/4, wd. 22, dp.
10 1/2 in.
$200-300
1324.
Diabolique Label Cigar Box, America, c.
1877, ht. 4, wd. 5 1/8, lg. 9 3/4 in.
$100-150
1325.
19th Century Painted Sign JOHN B.
FIELD, double-sided sign, the rectangular
panel with applied molding with gilt lettering
on a black smalt ground, (paint and gilt
losses), 5 1/2 x 21 1/4 in.
$150-250
1326.
Yellow-painted and Pierced Cast Iron Urn
of Flowers Architectural Panel, America,
late 19th century, with thistles and fower
blossoms issuing from a stylized vase, yellow
paint over earlier green, mounted on a later
painted wooden plinth, overall ht. 24 5/8 in.
$300-500
1327.
Pair of Civil War-era Epaulettes, metallic gilt
wire and threads, with padded silk lining.
$300-350
1328.
Federal Carved Mahogany Mirror, probably
New England, c. 1815-20, the molded
cornice above a fame mahogany panel and
mirror glass below, surrounded by a reeded
frame, old fnish, (imperfections), ht. 32 1/2,
wd. 16 in.
$200-300
1329.
Red-painted Maple Tavern Table with
Drawer, stretcher base, ht. 26 1/4, lg. 34 1/4,
wd. 30 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$600-800
1330.
Federal Maple Tall Post Bed with Tester,
and rails, approx. ht. 78, wd. 51 1/2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$800-1,200
1331.
Two Chinese Export Porcelain Rose
Medallion Tea Sets in Fitted Baskets, a
teapot with two cups, and a teapot with a pair
of cups.
$400-600
1332.
Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jug and Two
Crocks, a J. & E. Norton, Bennington, Vt.
foral-decorated jug, an E. & L.P. Norton,
Bennington, Vt. foral-decorated six-gallon
crock, and an F.B. Norton Co., Worcester,
Mass. two-gallon crock.
$200-300
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1333.
Floral Spray Pattern Hooked Rug, mounted
on a frame, 63 x 36 1/4 in.
$150-200
1334.
Federal Giltwood Tabernacle Mirror, lg. 29
3/4, wd. 21, dp. 5 in.
$400-600
1335.
Chippendale Parcel-gilt Mahogany Veneer
Mirror, lg. 36 3/4 in.
$500-700
1336.
William & Mary Inlaid Walnut Burl Veneer
Flat-top High Chest, ht. 68, wd. 40 1/4, dp.
20 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
1337.
Five Assorted Wood Chairs, a Windsor
rod-back side, a bow-back side, a slat-
back, a painted slat-back, and a painted and
stenciled rocker.
$200-250
1338.
Hand-stitched Appliqu Cotton Sunfower
Quilt, 76 x 92 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-400
1339.
Two Small Unframed American School Oil
on Canvas Paintings, maple sugaring, 9 x
13; and cows watering, signed A. Sandberg
l.l., 8 x 11 in.
$150-250
1340.
American School Oil on Masonite Portrait
of a Young Man, unsigned, in a giltwood
frame, panel 22 x 18 in.
$200-250
1341.
Pieced and Quilted Vintage Printed Cotton
Tablecloth, 63 1/2 x 62 in.
Provenance: Estate of Susan Parrish.
$200-300
1342.
Chippendale Cherry Candlestand.
$150-250
1343.
Queen Anne Carved Cherry Flat-top
Highboy, (refnished, replaced hardware,
restoration), ht. 70 1/4, wd. 36, dp. 19 3/4 in.
$2,000-3,000
1344.
Chippendale Mahogany Dish-top
Candlestand.
$300-500
1345.
Five Painted Cast Iron Figural Items,
including an angel and a Civil War rider and
horse ornaments, dolphins bootscraper,
ship doorstop, and an American eagle and
pastoral scene doorstop.
$200-300
1346.
Chinese Round Tabouret, rosewood inset
with marble, carved and pierced, ht. 19 1/2,
wd. 16 5/8 in.
$150-250
1347.
Asian Carved Hardstone Tree, 20th century,
with wooden base, ht. approx. 11 1/2 in.
$200-400
1348.
Four Painted Cast Iron Figural Doorstops,
a seated monkey, an elephant, and two cats.
$200-300
1349.
Currier and Ives, publishers (American,
1857-1907), Thomas Worth, lithographer
(American, 1834-1917)
THE BOSS TEAM!, BULLDOZED!!, and
MIXED AT THE FINISH., 1882, 1877,
and 1880, respectively (Conningham 622,
unknown, and 4162). Identifed in inscriptions
in the matrix. Small folio lithographs with
hand-coloring on paper, sheet sizes 13 1/4 x
17 5/8, 13 3/8 x 17 3/4, 13 3/8 x 17 3/4, in.,
framed. Condition: Boss Team with 1/1/2 in.
tear l.r., two small holes in image l.c., minor
toning and foxing, acid stains; Bulldozed
with margins 2 3/8 in. or more, light toning,
minor edge nicks, corner creases; Mixed at
the Finish with toning, crease at center, edge
nicks, corners with pinholes.
$600-800
1350.
Bennington Flint Enamel Tulip Vase and
a Painted Plaster Eagle, Flags, and Globe
For Truth and Liberty Figural, fgural ht. 9
1/2 in.
$250-350
1351.
Two Blue and White Machine and Hand-
stitched Pieced Cotton Quilts, 78 x 78 and
81 x 79 1/2 in.
$150-250
1352.
Four Machine and Hand-stitched Blue
and White Pieced Cotton Quilts, (fading,
discolor, some with stains), 78 x 70 1/2, 85 x
71, 74 x 74, and 72 x 70 1/2 in.
$300-500
1353.
Collection of Chinese Ivory and Porcelain
Articles, includes nine pieces of ivory: two
netsuke, two Buddhist carvings, a pendant,
a belt hook, a puzzle ball, and two circular
boxes; and a porcelain snuff bottle.
$300-500
1354.
Two Folk Carved and Painted Wood
Oversized Folding Straight Razors and a
Fraternal Scepter, razor lg. 13 3/4 and 15
3/4 in.
$400-600
1355.
Federal Upholstered Inlaid Mahogany
Lolling Chair, (restoration).
$600-800
1356.
Federal Birch One-drawer Light Stand with
Tapering Legs.
$200-250
1357.
Pair of Federal-style Upholstered Carved
Mahogany Shield-back Side Chairs and a
Federal Birch Drop-leaf Table.
$200-300
1358.
Patent Model Wood and Metal Wagon
Tool and a Stanley Mahogany and Brass
Level, the tool from North Kingstown, Rhode
Island.
$150-200
1359.
Scrimshaw Portrait of a Lady-decorated
Whales Tooth, (end chip), lg. 4 in.
$100-150
1360.
N. Currier, publisher (American, 1838-1856)
The Sale of the Pet Lamb., undated
(Conningham, 5368). Identifed in inscriptions
in the matrix. Medium folio lithograph with
hand-coloring on paper, sheet size 18 7/8
x 23 1/4 in., in a period ogee-molded wood
frame. Condition: Margins 1 1/2 in., or more,
toning, minor abrasions on lower margin,
minor edge losses on left edge.
$300-500
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1361.
American School, 19th Century
Rural Landscape with a Bridge Over a
Brook. Unsigned. Oil on panel, 13 x 24 in.,
unframed. Condition: Panel bowed, paint
abrasions, surface grime.
$400-600
1362.
Two Folk Art Wood and Metal Whale
Weather Vanes, a painted panel with metal
trim on a stand, and a shaped oar with metal
mounts, fgure lg. 36 1/4 and 35 3/4 in.,
respectively.
$200-400
1363.
Silas Hoadley Pine Tall Clock, Roman
numeral painted wooden dial with gilt
spandrels, eagle and shield in arch, marked
S. Hoadley Plymouth, replacement German
Black Forest eight-day movement.
$500-700
1364.
Country Federal Painted Pine Drop-leaf
Table, ht. 28 1/4, lg. 36, wd. 15 1/2, leaf wd.
9 3/4 in.
$100-150
1365.
Eight Assorted Chairs, including a set
of three fancy chairs, a fancy side chair,
armchair, a slat-back armchair, a slat-back
side chair, and a painted ballroom chair.
$150-250
1366.
Miniature Federal Giltwood and Gesso
Tabernacle Mirror, lg. 12 in.
$200-300
1367.
Three Duck Decoys and a Fish Lure, two
carved and painted wooden duck decoys,
a Johnson folding paper duck decoy, and a
large painted wood and tin fsh lure with glass
eyes, the fsh lg. 19 1/2 in.
$200-300
1368.
Set of Four Victorian Giltwood and Gesso
Framed Decorative Prints, depicting 19th
century European scenes, soldiers exiting a
tavern, a cavalry bugler, a wedding party, and
a christening, images 5 1/2 x 3 3/4 in.
$200-300
1369.
Two Delft Blue and White Ceramic Plates
and Three Chinese Blue and White
Porcelain Plates, dia. 9 and 9 1/4 in.,
respectively.
$200-400
1370.
Provincial Pine Pewter Dresser, in two
parts, with porcelain drawer pulls, ht. 75 1/4,
wd. 59, dp. 16 1/4 in.
$300-500
1371.
Pine Breadboard-top Maple Tavern Table
with Drawer, stretcher base, ht. 27 1/2, lg.
45, wd. 29 3/4 in.
$600-800
1372.
Green-painted Iron Seven-tier Pot Rack
with Nine Cast Iron Pans and Skillets, rack
ht. 75 1/8, wd. 13 1/2 in.
$200-300
1373.
Twelve Cast Iron Figural Still Banks, two
turkeys, two geese, four pigs, two cows, a
bull dog, and a rooster, some with paint and
advertising.
$300-600
1374.
Fourteen Cast Iron Elephant Figural Still
Banks, most with paint, ht. 2 1/2 to 5 3/8 in.
$550-850
1375.
Brass and Wirework Serpentine Fire
Fender and Two Fireplace Tools, America
and/or England, late 18th/early 19th century,
the fender with brass ring-turned fnials on
a brass rail above vertical wires ornamented
with undulating wire scrolls; and a pair of
tongs and shovel with baluster fnials, fender
ht. 14 3/4, wd. 61, dp. 18 1/2, tool lg. 33 1/4,
33 1/2 in.
$500-750
1376.
Dutch Baroque-style Brass Six-light
Chandelier, approx. lg. 16 1/2, wd. 19 1/2 in.
$500-700
1377.
Five Colorless Cut Glass Decanters.
$300-500
1378.
Pine Breadboard-top Maple Table with
Drawer, stretcher base, ht. 27, lg. 45 1/4,
wd. 26 1/2 in.
$300-400
1379.
Grain-painted Pine Hooded Rocking
Cradle, lg. 43 1/2 in.
$200-300
1380.
Country Pine Paneled Two-door
Cupboard, with wrought iron hinges, the
upper cabinet with three fxed shelves, the
lower cabinet with two fxed shelves, ht. 80
1/2, wd. 36 1/2, dp. 16 in.
$300-500
1381.
Three Nantucket Circular Woven Open
Baskets with Swing Handles, unsigned, rim
ht. 4 1/4, dia. 8, to ht. 7 1/2, dia. 10 in.
$250-350
1382.
Two Nantucket Circular Woven Baskets,
one with swing handle, unsigned, rim ht. 4
1/4, dia. 8 3/4, and ht. 4 1/4, dia. 6 in.
$250-350
1383.
Painted Cast Iron Belle and Vase of
Flowers Doorstops, belle ht. 11 3/8 in.
$100-200
1384.
Painted Leather Fire Bucket, partial
inscription ...Aaron Kingsbery, Roxbury,
Washington..., (lacking handle), ht. to rim 11
3/4 in.
$100-200
1385.
Three Mirrors, a Federal giltwood tabernacle
with reverse-painted glass tablet, and two
painted split-baluster mirrors, approx. lg. 24
and 22 1/2 in., respectively.
$200-300
1386.
Federal Upholstered Birch Side Chair and
a Chippendale-style Carved Mahogany
Tray-top Candlestand.
$150-250
1387.
Queen Anne-style Maple Side Table with
Long Drawer.
$100-150
1388.
Patinated Brass and Colored Pressed
Glass Ships Bow Lantern, Robert Findlay
Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, ht. 10, wd. 11 1/2 in.
$200-400
1389.
Six Framed Decorative Items, three framed
South American costume prints, two modern
theorems, and a sailing ship print.
$200-250
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1390.
Small Framed 19th Century-style Oil
Portrait of a Girl with a Basket of Flowers
and a Framed Primitive Portrait of a Cat
Print.
$400-500
1391.
Group of Kitchen and Hearth Woodenware,
six assorted circular lap-sided pantry boxes
with covers, a turned rolling pin, a slide-lid
box, and two peels.
$400-500
1392.
Henkel-Harris Virginia Galleries
Chippendale-style Partial-gilt Mahogany
Mirror, with beveled glass, branded mark and
paper label, lg. 41 in.
$200-400
1393.
Federal Mahogany Serpentine Chest of
Four Drawers, ht. 37 1/4, wd. 41, dp. 20
1/2 in.
$2,000-4,000
1394.
Yellow-painted and Polychrome Stencil-
decorated Wood Rocking Chair.
$100-150
1395.
Grain-painted Split-baluster Mirror with
Reverse-painted Glass Tablet, lg. 29 1/4 in.
$300-500
1396.
Brass Wirework Fire Fender, England or
America, late 18th/early 19th century, brass
rail above vertical wires ornamented with
undulating scroll designs, ht. 14, wd. 46, dp.
10 1/2 in.
$400-500
1397.
J. & E. Stevens Cast Iron Mechanical Owl
Bank, Three Cast Iron Owl Still Banks,
and a Stag Still Bank, most with paint, the
mechanical with glass eyes.
$200-300
1398.
Eight Small Painted Cast Iron Animal
Figural Still Banks, including a Red Goose
School Shoes advertising, ht. to 4 1/2 in.
$250-350
1399.
Pair of 19th Century American School Oil
on Canvas Portraits of a Man and Wife,
unsigned, in maple ogee frames, canvas 30
1/2 x 24 3/4 in.
$400-600
1400.
Seven Pieces Decorated Stoneware and
Pottery, a fve-gallon crock with cobalt
decoration, a jug, two pitchers, a small jug,
and two glazed pottery jugs.
$200-300
1401.
Group of 19th Century Assorted Brass
Hardware, set of four ring-style drawer pulls,
set of eight brass knob drawer pulls, set
of fourteen knobs with white glass centers
(two incomplete), set of four knobs with
faceted colorless glass centers, two small
colorless glass knobs, nine assorted brass
escutcheons, and two small cast brass
American eagle and shield motif hooks.
$150-250
1402.
Two Small and Miniature Portraits of Older
Women, a portrait on porcelain of a seated
woman with a book, in a velvet frame, and an
oval miniature watercolor portrait on ivory of
a woman, in a gilt-metal case, the porcelain
lg. 7 3/4 in.
$150-250
1403.
Twenty-one Assorted Canton and Nanking
Porcelain Tableware Items, China, 19th
century, eighteen Canton items: six teacups,
seven saucers, three small shallow bowls,
a dinner plate, and a small plate; and three
Nanking pattern items: two small plates and
a small oval platter, all with reticulated rims,
(imperfections), ht. to 2 1/8, dia. 5 1/4-10
3/4 in.
$400-500
1404.
Nine Pieces of Assorted 18th and
19th Century Pewter, a pair of push-up
candlesticks, fve bowls, a large circular deep
dish, and a charger, dish dia. 17 1/2, charger
dia. 16 1/2 in.
$200-300
1405.
Federal Maple Drop-leaf Pembroke Table.
$100-200
1406.
Queen Anne Maple Side Chair with Woven
Rush Seat.
$300-500
1407.
Country Classical Turned Maple Tall Post
Bed with Canopy, and rails, approx. post ht.
63, wd. 52 in.
$300-500
1408.
The Computing Scale Co. Iron, Wood, and
Brass Retail Countertop Cheese Cutter,
Dayton, Ohio, no. 180621, patented 1902-03,
overall ht. 10 1/4, wd. 23 in.
$100-150
1409.
Ten Assorted Decorative Items, an
inlaid wooden box, cinnabar-style box, a
decoupage-decorated wood box, a cast iron
Scottie doorstop, three decorated tole bread
bowls, and three trays.
$200-300
1410.
Framed J. Baillie Hand-colored Lithograph
T.W. Dorr, Governor of Rhode Island, and
a Framed Death of Andrew Jackson
Broadside, the broadside printed by Almy &
Milne, Fall River.
$175-250
1411.
N. Currier Hand-colored Lithograph Steam
Ship Washington, small folio, in a mahogany
veneer frame.
$200-300
1412.
Pair of Brass Ring-turned Andirons, ht. 16
in.
$200-250
1413.
Chippendale-style Mahogany Drop-leaf
Hunt Table, ht. 28 7/8, lg. 74 1/2, wd. 16
1/2, leaf wd. 14 5/8 in.
$500-700
1414.
Windsor Blue-painted Spindle-sided
Rocking Cradle, ht. 27 1/4, lg. 36 1/2 in.
$200-300
1415.
Century Furniture/Henry Ford Museum
Federal-style Mahogany Pencil Post Bed
with Canopy, including chintz bed curtains,
paper label, approx. post ht. 72 1/2, wd. 53
1/2 in.
$400-600
1416.
Four Painted Cast Iron Animal Figural Still
Banks on Wheels, two horses, a lion, and an
elephant.
$200-300
1417.
Six Cast Iron Lion Figural Still Banks, some
with paint.
$200-250
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1418.
Pair of 19th Century American School Oil
on Canvas Portraits of a Young Man and
Woman, unsigned, in giltwood and gesso
frames, canvas 27 x 22 1/4 in.
$400-600
1419.
Seven Wrought Iron and Metal Grease
Lamps, Seven Iron and Tin Hogscraper
Candlesticks, and a Chamberstick.
$550-850
1420.
Green-painted Pine Storage Box, ht. 16
1/2, lg. 31 1/2, wd. 16 1/2 in.
$100-150
1421.
Four Assorted Wooden Boxes, a
chip-carved oak, a walnut lap desk, a
chromolithograph paper-clad wood lap desk,
and an inlaid cribbage box with twenty-six
faux ivory pieces.
$200-300
1422.
Polychrome-painted Decorated Wood
Game Board, 26 1/2 x 21 1/2 in.
$250-350
1423.
Nine Assorted Decorated Ceramic Jugs
and Pitchers.
$300-500
1424.
Horn Snuff Mull and a European Carved
Ivory Bust of a Roman Soldier on a
Pedestal, the mull lid mounted with engraved
silver plaque I Holroyd Shipfcar, the carving
in three parts, (the latter with damage), ivory
ht. 9 5/8 in.
$100-150
1425.
Two Brass and Iron Fireplace Tools,
America, early 19th century, a shovel and pair
of tongs with matching baluster-form brass
fnials, lg. 20 1/2, 21 1/2 in.
$200-250
1426.
Eleven Small Canton Porcelain Plates,
China, late 19th century, (one with rim chips),
dia. 7 1/4-7 5/8 in.
$300-400
1427.
Twenty Pieces of Pewter Tableware,
including a chamberstick, three measures,
three teapots, three candlesticks, a coffeepot,
lidded stein, eight plates and chargers, along
with a tin candle mold.
$300-500
1428.
Pair of Gilt and Paint-decorated Tole Urns
with Covers, ht. 14 3/4 in.
$200-300
1429.
Five Assorted Painted Country Wood
and Basketry Items, a painted barrel-form
canteen, a small keg, a mortar, turned
candlestick, and a woven splint basket.
$200-300
1430.
Two Sailor-made Ivory, Baleen, and Wood
Inlaid Boxes, lg. 10 and 12 1/4 in.
$200-300
1431.
Brass Five-draw Spyglass, unmarked,
overall lg. 41 in.
$200-300
1432.
Three Country Items, a tin chamberstick,
a pine dovetail-constructed lidded box with
wallpaper-lined interior and mirror, and a glass
dome with ebonized wood stand, dome ht.
14, dia. 8 1/2 in.
$200-300
1433.
Twenty-seven Pieces of Jackson China
Cruising Club of America Tableware and
Four Framed Photographs of Sailing
Boats, including twelve dinner plates, eight
bread and butter plates, six lunch plates, and
one breakfast plate, and a related mug.
$125-175
1434.
Four Paint-decorated Tole Tea Canisters
and a Teapot.
$200-300
1435.
Approximately Twenty-four Colored Blown
and Molded Glass Articles, including a
Nailsea-style fask, six hyacinth vases, a vase,
and ffteen globular ornaments, and foats.
$200-300
1436.
Late Victorian Pieced Embroidered Crazy
Quilt with Corner Fan Design.
$300-500
1437.
Gilt and Painted Carved Wood Eagle with
Shield and E Pluribus Unum Banner
Plaque, wd. 33 3/4 in.
$400-600
1438.
Group of Assorted Kitchen and Domestic
Items, a copper pot, coffee grinder, iron
kitchen gadget, tin match safe, iron wall
mailbox, a pair of wrought iron fgural hooks,
a brass cow breastplate, three cow bells, and
a saddle hook.
$500-750
1439.
19th Century American School Pastel on
Paper Still Life with Peaches, unsigned, in a
carved walnut frame, sheet 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 in.
$200-400
1440.
Two Framed 19th Century American
School Shore Views, oil on canvas, with rock
jetty, signed W. Burke l.l., canvas 9 x 14;
oil on artist board, unsigned, board 12 1/4 x
18 1/4 in.
$250-400
1441.
Four Pieces of Copper Kitchenware and
a French Brass Candlestick, a copper
roasting pan, trivet, ladle, and a pot.
$200-300
1442.
Two Wooden Wall Boxes and a Small Wall
Shelf.
$200-300
1443.
Pair of Black-painted Cast Iron Duck
Figures and Five Pairs of Cast Iron and
Metal Figural Bookends.
$300-500
1444.
Six Circular Wood Lap-sided Covered
Boxes and a Small Oval Box, some painted,
dia. 3 1/2 to 9 1/2 in.
$200-300
1445.
Brass Railroad Train Steam Engine Model,
(disassembled, completeness unknown).
$75-100
1446.
Two English Sunderland Lustre and
Transfer Sailing and Motto Mugs, ht. 4 and
4 1/4 in.
$300-500
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1447.
Group of Country Metal Hearth and
Kitchen Items, including a wrought iron pipe
drying rack, seven pairs of iron freplace tongs
and a ladle, four iron mortars with pestles,
a brass coal hod, tin and wood footwarmer,
etc.
$150-250
1448.
Mochaware Teapot and a Shaker Oval
Wood Covered Lap-sided Sewing Box, the
box with swing handle and lined interior with
pin cushion, (the teapot with restoration).
$200-300
1449.
19th Century American School Ink and
Watercolor Map of a Womans Heart,
signed Joseph Husson Jr. l.r., framed, sight
size 18 x 14 in.
$300-500
1450.
Five Cast Iron Pig Figural Still Banks, ht.
to 7 in.
$200-250
1451.
Ten Painted Cast Iron Figural Still Banks,
two clowns, two Boy Scouts, two black
character, a football player, Billy, a sailor,
and a character.
$250-350
1452.
Federal Giltwood Mirror with Eglomise
Glass Tablet.
$400-600
1453.
Polychrome Glazed Barrel-form Pottery
Covered Jar, attributed to Dunmore Pottery,
Scotland, 19th century, the jar splash glazed
in green, blue, and brown on a dark cream
ground, ht. 8 3/4 in.
$100-125
1454.
Three Needlework Items, a fame-stitch fat
purse, bag, and a needlework pillow.
$300-500
1455.
Thirty-three Americana Reference Books
and Catalogs, including furniture, ceramics,
glass, paintings, textiles, and export.
$200-300
1456.
Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton Basket
Pattern Quilt and a Dolls Quilt, basket quilt
88 1/2 x 87 in.
$200-250
1457.
Group of Assorted Decorative Lighting, a
black-painted wood stand with four tin and
wood candle torches, a pair of Baroque-
style wrought iron three-light wall sconces,
(electrifed), and a gilt wrought iron three-light
pricket wall sconce, the pair lg. 27 1/2, wd.
11 1/2 in.
$300-400
1458.
Two Paint-decorated Tole Bread Baskets
and Two Small Trays, tray lg. 12 in.
$200-300
1459.
Eight Late 19th Century Tin and Metalware
Items, a spittoon, spice box with seven
canisters, document box, dust pan, tray
with wick scissors, warmer, oval bowl, and a
document tube labeled George Ammonds,
most painted.
$200-300
1460.
19th Century American School Oil on
Canvas Portrait of Thomas Atkinson Esq.,
unsigned, the sitter identifed on the envelope
l.r., framed, (relined), 36 x 28 in.
$800-1,000
1461.
20th Century American School Oil on
Canvas Fishing Shacks, unsigned, framed,
canvas 16 1/4 x 20 in.
$200-400
1462.
Large Assortment of Decorative Country
Items, including a small coverlet, appliqu
cotton quilt, two carved and painted wooden
duck decoys, nine baskets, and ten pieces of
glazed and decorated pottery and ceramics.
$250-350
1463.
Eleven Pieces of Enameled Table and
Cookware, two pitchers, four coffeepots and
kettles, two pans, a pie plate, and a covered
pot.
$200-300
1464.
Green and White Painted Enameled Metal
Trade Sign Barber Shop (star) Hot Baths,
lg. 56, wd. 12 in.
$200-300
1465.
Two White and Cobalt Banded Stoneware
Ice Water Coolers with Covers, approx. ht.
16 and 19 in.
$200-300
1466.
Cased Painted Wood Model of the
Steamboat Sabino, William Pettit, case ht.
11 1/2, lg. 24 1/4, wd. 10, approx. boat lg.
20 3/4 in.
$300-500
1467.
Two Carved Wooden American Eagle
Plaques, a carved maple plaque, and a gilt
and painted pine eagle with arrows and shield
plaque, wd. 30 and 37 in., respectively.
$300-500
1468.
19th Century American School Double-
sided Oil on Board Depicting an Off-shore
Island with Cottage and on the Reverse a
Floral Still Life, unsigned, unframed, 11 1/2
x 18 in.
$100-200
1469.
Armand Marseille Bisque Shoulder Head
Doll with Shaker Straw Bonnet and Wool
Cloak, doll ht. 15 3/4 in.
$200-250
1470.
Approximately Thirty-four Pieces of Mostly
Colored Glass, including a pressed pattern
candlestick, glasses, plates, bowls, a fip, two
decanters, two smoke bells, two wines, a jug,
cruet, etc.
$525-700
1471.
19th Century Hand-stitched Pieced Cotton
Geometric Pattern Quilt, 87 x 85 in.
$200-250
1472.
Gilt and Painted Carved Wood Eagle with
Arrows and Shield Plaque, wd. 44 in.
$500-700
1473.
Twelve Painted Cast Iron and Metal Animal
Figural Still Banks, including three bears, fve
dogs, a rabbit, pack mule, pelican, and a rat,
ht. to 6 1/4 in.
$300-500
1474.
Eight Cast Iron Basket of Flowers and Fruit
Doorstops, most painted, ht. to 11 5/8 in.
$200-300
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1475.
Seven Small Engravings of American
Scenes, early 19th century, Nahant Hotel,
by John Ritto Penniman, View of the Ruins of
Ticonderoga Forts on Lake Champlain, by H.
Reinagle; The Woodlands Near Philadelphia
the Seat of Wm. Hamilton Esqr., by William
Strickland after William Birch; A View of Fort
McHenry, by Richard G. Harrison; Come
Macdonnoughs Farm-House, on Cumberland
Bay, Lake Champlain, by H. Reinagle;
Philadelphia: View on the Shores of Rhode
Island, by C. Fraser; and Near Berthier on the
St. Lawrence, by Alexander Robinson, with
hand-coloring, (imperfections), sheet sizes
ranging from 4 x 5 to 4 3/4 x 8 1/2 in., all
unframed.
$50-75
1476.
Ten Assorted Metal Lighting and Related
Items, three pairs of wick scissors, four
brass candlesticks, two iron hogscraper
candlesticks, and a double oil lamp.
$400-600
1477.
Five Pieces of Painted and Decorated Tole
and Tinware, a tea canister, two small boxes,
a bank box, and a library books-form biscuit
tin.
$200-300
1478.
Pair of Shaker Attributed Woven Splint
Oxen Muzzles, approx. lg. 12 1/2, dia. 12
3/4 in.
$200-300
1479.
Three Blue and White-decorated Molded
Stoneware Jugs and Three Banded
Mochaware Bowls.
$200-300
1480.
Pair of Ships Brass Kerosene Gimbal Wall
Lamps, ht. 7, dp. 7 3/4 in.
$200-300
1481.
European Folk Carved Hardwood Lidded
Bible Box, ht. 8 1/4, lg. 22 1/4, wd. 12 3/4
in.
$200-300
1482.
Two Painted Carved Wood Shorebird
Figures.
$150-250
1483.
Group of Woodenware and Folk Items,
including two cutlery trays, four splint baskets,
a turned wood mortar and pestle, three wood
lap-sided measures, a spice box with eight
canisters, two folk art black cloth dolls, and a
turned wood bowl and fve silk vegetables.
$800-1,200
1484.
Six Mostly Paint-decorated Tinware Items,
a milk can, coffeepot, lidded jug, sander, and
two small items.
$200-300
1485.
Late Victorian Pieced and Embroidered
Crazy Quilt, (some shattering), 68 x 68 in.
$200-300
1486.
Circular Woven Splint Open Basket with
Swing Handle, ht. to rim 6 1/4, dia. 12 1/4
in.
$200-300
1487.
Seven Pieces of Pewter Tableware, a
footed teapot, large charger, a jug, and four
plates, charger dia. 19 3/4 in.
$200-250
1488.
Four Hen-on-nests and an Easter Rabbit in
a Basket, two large ceramic hens, the others
pressed glass.
$300-500
1489.
20th Century American School Oil on Panel
Racing Horse and Sulky, unsigned, framed,
panel 8 x 10 in.
$150-250
1490.
19th Century Oil on Canvas Landscape
with Figure, unsigned, framed, canvas 10 x
18 in.
$200-300
1491.
Framed 1822 Abby Bowen Shoue
Needlework Sampler, sight size 12 x 11 1/2
in.
$200-250
1492.
Seventeen Colorless and Two Amethyst
Molded, Blown, and Pressed Glass Oil
Lamps, with three miniature glass shades.
$250-350
1493.
Rectangular Woven Nantucket Basket
Purse with Carved Ivory Whale and Shell-
mounted Lid, (hinges broken), approx. ht. 6
1/2, lg. 8 1/4 in.
$150-200
1494.
Three Small Brass and Bronze Firefghting
Hose Nozzles and a Small Brass
Firefghters Horn, nozzle lg. 10 1/4 to 13,
horn lg. 9 1/2 in.
$300-400
1495.
Nine English Mostly Brown and White
Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Plates
and Soups, and a Covered Vegetable Dish.
$250-350
1496.
Small White Porcelain Toby Jug, attributed
to Bennington Pottery, Bennington, Vermont,
mid-19th century, (repaired handle), ht. 3 3/8
in.
Provenance: Ex George S. McKearin
collection, with paper label to interior and on
base.
$150-250
1497.
Two Painted Cast Iron Cockatoo
Doorstops and a Penguin Doorstop, ht. to
12 1/4 in.
$300-500
1498.
Twelve Assorted Cast Iron and Metal
Figurals, including banks, doorstops,
paperweights, etc., some with paint.
$200-300
1499.
Early 20th Century American School Oil on
Panel Landscape with Lakeside Cottage,
unsigned, framed, panel 14 1/2 x 25 3/4 in.
$200-300
1500.
Eleven Carved and Painted Wood
Shorebird Figures, many with branded P
mark, average ht. 9 1/2 in.
$200-300
1501.
Five Assorted Woven Baskets, including
three Nantucket and Nantucket-type, a woven
split reed basket, and a small Northeast
painted splint.
$200-250
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1502.
Four 19th Century Hand-stitched Cotton
Quilts, two pieced, 74 x 72 and 71 1/2 x 69;
a pieced crib quilt, 37 1/2 x 33 1/2; and a
pieced and appliqu quilt, 89 1/2 x 67 in.
$600-800
1503.
Rockingham Glazed Pottery Hunt Pitcher
and a Teapot, pitcher modeled by Daniel
Greatbatch, Bennington, Vermont, c. 1848-
49, molded with grapevines around the neck
and shoulder over hunting scene with dogs,
stags, and boars, large lily-of-the-valley to
right of branch-form handle, (repaired); teapot
molded with scrolled foliage on cover and
body, unmarked, (hairline around base), ht.
12, 8 in., respectively.
$225-325
1504.
Framed Lydia Ann Olson Needlework
Sampler, 19th century, sight size 12 1/4 x
12 in.
$150-250
1505.
Polychrome Painted Wood Wag-on-the-
Wall Clock, Europe, with brass weight-driven
movement, a pendulum and two weights,
face lg. 13 1/4 in.
$400-600
1506.
Sixteen Pieces of Assorted English
Decorated Ceramics, two mugs, a jar,
mostly teaware, including lustre, pearlware,
etc.
$200-250
1507.
Painted Carved Wood American Eagle
Plaque, wd. 35 1/4 in.
$400-600
1508.
Group of Assorted 19th Century and
Country Items, including a Federal split-
baluster mirror, a grain-painted wood framed
mirror, a pair of small grain-painted wood
frames, a small oval wood lap-sided covered
box, a green-painted lap-sided pantry box,
a green-painted circular box cover, a cutlery
tray, wall box, two turned handle brushes,
crimper, muddler, condiment spoons, grater,
and a pencil box.
$350-550
1509.
Nine Pieces of Colorless Blown, Molded,
and Cut Glass, six decanters, an etched fip
glass, footed cordial, and a wine stem.
$200-250
1510.
Pair of Currier & Ives Hand-colored
Lithographs The Home of Washington and
The Tomb of Washington, medium folio,
framed.
$150-250
1511.
Five Currier & Ives Hand-colored Fruits
and Flowers Lithographs, N. Currier, The
Flower Vase, Currier & Ives, American Prize
Fruit, The Rose, Fruit and Flowers, and Moss
Roses and Buds, small folio, framed.
$200-250
1512.
Chinese Export Porcelain Canton Ku-form
Vase, (rim chip), ht. 16, top rim dia. 9 3/4 in.
$200-300
1513.
Six Unfnished Pieced and Embroidered
Crazy Quilt Panels, late 20th century.
$200-400
1514.
Delft Blue and White-decorated Ceramic
Charger and Deep Dish, dia. 13 1/2 and 13
3/4 in.
$400-600
1515.
Approximately Thirty Assorted Mostly
Colored Glass Bottles and Items, including
twenty-six bottles and fasks, a jar, insulator,
and two decanters.
$300-500
1516.
Three Painted Cast Iron Dog Doorstops
and a Cat Doorstop.
$200-300
1517.
Five Cast Iron Animal Figural Doorstops
and Two Still Banks, three elephants, a dog,
and a fox doorstops, a steer, and pig banks.
$200-300
1518.
Seven 19th Century Hand-colored Castles
and Landscapes Lithographs, N. Currier,
Lady and Moor and The Old Homestead;
Currier & Ives, Tantallon Castle, Sylvan
Lakes, and The Believers Vision; F.F. Palmer,
Kenilworth Castle, and The Old Norman
Castle, small folio and larger, framed.
$200-300
1519.
Ten Carved and Painted Wood Shorebird
Figures, some branded P, and one signed
Wells, average ht. 5 3/4 in.
$200-300
1520.
Thirty Pieces of Chinese Export Porcelain
Canton Tableware, including three platters, a
ginger jar, seven plates, three creamers, and
a shaped bowl.
$200-250
1521.
Chinese Export Porcelain Rose Medallion
Bowl, a Dish, and a Brass Table Cross.
$200-250
1522.
Six Sandwich Glass Co. Opalescent
Pressed Lacy Glass Curtain Tiebacks, a set
of four and a pair.
$150-250
1523.
Scandinavian Polychrome Paint-decorated
Oblong Wood Lap-sided Brides Box with
Cover, ht. 7, lg. 16 3/4 in.
$200-250
1524.
Replica Wood, Rope, Iron, and Brass
Whaling Harpoon, the toggle impressed with
a whale and New Bedford, Mass., lg. 84
1/2 in.
$200-250
1525.
Five Rockingham Pottery Items, probably
America, mid to late 19th century, a twelve-
panel round spittoon with molded fan-shaped
shells around the shoulder; a Toby jug with
molded grapevine pattern on handle, two
small pitchers, one with eight-lobes with
reeded handle, one eight-panel with molded
scallop and foliate decoration, a small milk
pan shaped dish, (minor chips), ht. 3 1/2, dia.
8, ht. 1 3/4-6 1/2 in., respectively.
$300-500
1526.
Two Bennington Pottery Rockingham
Glazed Pitchers, one Norton & Fenton,
Bennington, Vermont, 1845-47, six-sided
vessel with molded medallion and swags
about the neck and body, early dark luster
Rockingham glaze, (imperfections); the other
attributed to Daniel Greatbatch, Bennington,
Vermont, c. 1848-49, a six-panel pitcher
with shaped reserves depicting foral sprays
in relief, scrolled foliate handle, (minor glaze
wear on panel edges), ht. 6 3/4, 9 1/2 in.,
respectively.
$300-500
1527.
Cobalt-highlighted Molded Stoneware
Butter Crock and Jar, and Eight Carved
and Turned Wood Butter Molds and
Stamps.
$400-500
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1528.
Two Hooked Rugs, a geometric pattern and
a foral and scroll pattern, 58 1/4 x 30 and 54
x 29 in., respectively.
$150-250
1529.
Eight Brass Candlesticks, including a
chamberstick, two pairs, and three assorted,
ht. to 8 5/8 in.
$300-500
1530.
Nine Pieces of English Majolica and
Ceramic Tableware, a majolica caulifower
pattern tea canister, jug, and teapot, a salt-
glazed teapot, white glazed covered footed
tureen, fruit basket with underplate, and two
teapots.
$200-250
1531.
Polychrome Painted Plywood Parcheesi
Game Board, 18 x 18 in.
$400-600
1532.
Group of Assorted Metal and Wood Hearth
and Decorative Items, a brass and iron
trivet, a carved wood coal hod, a wood and
tin footwarmer, a small red-painted pail, a
brass bedwarmer with turned wood handle,
and a cranberry scoop.
$200-300
1533.
Cast Iron Colonial-dressed Lady and
a Parrot on a Ring Perch Doorstops,
America, early to mid-20th century, the lady
with impressed LVL PAT PEND. mark
on back, the parrot base with two rubber
bumpers, (paint wear), ht. 10 1/2, 8 in.
$350-500
1534.
Painted Cast Iron Eagle and Snake
Doorstop, ht. 13 3/4 in.
$200-300
1535.
Georgian Partial-gilt Inlaid Mahogany
Mirror, (detached elements, losses), lg. 39
1/4 in.
$400-600
1536.
Four Colorless Pressed Glass Fluid Lamps,
including two Sandwich.
$200-250
1537.
Large Carved and Painted Wood American
Eagle with Shield and Draped Flag Plaque,
approx. ht. 26 3/4, wd. 64 in.
$800-1,200
1538.
Painted Cut Sheet Iron Whale-shaped Sign
Wm Davis Co., one side with name, lg. 29
3/8 in.
$200-400
1539.
Five Framed 19th Century Military and
Political Lithographs, Currier & Ives, Gen.
James A. Garfeld, General Grant and Family;
Buttre, Henry Ward Beecher; Kellogg, Maj.
Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside; and Kurz &
Allison, J.A. Garfeld and Family, some with
hand-coloring.
$200-250
1540.
Three Framed 19th Century George
Washington Portrait Prints, John B. Taylor,
Washington, for Columbian Magazine, sight
size 27 1/4 x 17 3/4; Henry Bill, Washington,
sight 23 x 15 3/4; and Wm. Endicott,
Washington, sight 27 3/8 x 18 1/4 in.
$100-200
1541.
Eight Woven Splint Baskets and a Painted
Cast Iron Coffee Grinder.
$300-400
1542.
Eleven Pieces of Delft Decorated
Ceramics, including a set of four plates, a
bowl, two chargers, a small bowl, and a set of
three small plates.
$200-250
1543.
Four Assorted Small Wood Country
Accessories, a wrought iron-mounted wood
wall-mounting hunted game rack, a painted
two-tier quarter-round corner wall shelf, a
painted spoon rack, and a cricket.
$250-350
1544.
Three Staffordshire Dog Figures and a
Cow and Peasant Figural Group, including
two seated Dalmatians, with a small dish,
fgure ht. 5 1/4 to 6 1/8 in.
$200-250
1545.
Ten Nesting Banded Yellowware Mixing
Bowls and a Jar.
$300-500
1546.
Bennington Pottery Flint Enamel Teapot
and an Edmands & Co., Albany Glazed
Pottery Cookie Jar, Bennington, Vermont;
Charlestown, Massachusetts, mid-19th
century, ribbed cover and body with
molded leaves around the neck, unmarked,
(chipped spout, crack and chip to lid); the jar
molded cylindrical form with narrow paneled
sides, molded rope ring handles, the base
impressed EDMANDS & CO., (rim chips on
cover), ht. 7 1/4, 6 3/4 in., respectively.
$300-500
1547.
Two Rockingham Glazed Stoneware
Tree Stump-form Planters and Two
Small Flowerpots, including one F.B.
Norton & Co., Worcester, Massachusetts,
fowerpots Bennington, Vermont, mid to
late 19th century, both molded with vines
and cut branches on the exterior, one with
crossed branch handles with impressed F.B.
NORTON WORCESTER MASS. on base,
the other unmarked, (chips, cracks); one
commemorating the Bennington Centennial,
impressed BENNINGTON AUGUST 16, 1877
CENTENNIAL on side, (base chip); the other
with molded cattails around the side, ht. 9, 8
1/8, 3, 4 1/4 in., respectively.
$250-375
1548.
Fifteen Miscellaneous Ceramic and Glass
Articles, six porcelain butter pats, a Nippon-
type plate and footed dish, a Chinese export
celadon dish, three pressed and pattern glass
items, a frosted glass fgural pin tray, a blue
molded glass tea canister, and an enamel-
decorated colorless blown glass decanter.
$200-300
1549.
Three Framed Lithographs and Prints,
hand-colored lithograph The Bartholdi Statue
of Liberty-Beginning the Work of Removal;
after Hayward, Tontine Building, Wall
Street, New York 1797; and Kurz & Allison
hand-colored lithograph Battle of Lookout
Mountain.
$150-250
1550.
Four Painted Cast Iron Santa Claus Figural
Doorstops and Paperweights, ht. to 6 7/8
in.
$150-250
1551.
Four Painted Cast Iron Elephant and Three
Dog Figural Doorstops.
$250-350
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1552.
Painted Wood Steamship Model, approx.
lg. 38 in.
$400-600
1553.
Cast Iron Figural Doorstops and Two
Bookends, a fsherman doorstop, and a lion
and a German Shepherd bookend.
$250-350
1554.
Large Group of Wooden Items, including
kitchen, trade, and domestic.
$500-750
1555.
Approximately Twenty Pieces of Wrought
Iron Hearth, Fireplace, and Accessory
Items, including a branding iron, bootscraper,
etc.
$200-300
1556.
Framed 19th/20th Century Silk
Embroidered Heritage Motto Panel, sight
size 19 1/2 x 18 1/2 in.
$100-200
1557.
Pair of Wire and Metal Five-light Candle
Wall Sconces, late 20th century.
$200-400
1558.
Fourteen English Blue and White Transfer-
decorated Staffordshire Plates, a Creamer,
and a Jug.
$300-500
1559.
Pair of Painted Cast Iron George
Washington Figural Andirons, the reverse
with cast mark and impressed 1020, ht. 14
1/2, lg. 17 1/2 in.
$400-600
1560.
Framed T. Clarke Engraving Sacred to the
Memory of the Illustrious G. Washington,
sight size 8 x 7 3/4 in.
$200-300
1561.
19th Century American School Oil on Panel
Winter Lake Scene, unsigned, framed, panel
18 1/2 x 24 1/2 in.
$250-300
1562.
Six Assorted Toy and Figural Items, two
small china head dolls, a painted wood fgural
rope ring-toss game, a painted wood pull toy,
a jump rope, and a carved and painted wood
articulated fgure of a black man.
$200-300
1563.
Eight Pieces of Chinese Export Porcelain
Tableware, a teapot, tea canister, two cups
and three saucers, and an armorial eagle
and monogrammed JBB shield decorated
tankard, (the tankard lacking handle).
$200-250
1564.
Four Wooden Americana Articles and a
Geometric Pattern Hooked Rug, a turned
wood bowl, a large hewn burlwood low bowl,
a barrel churn, and a walnut open dolls
cradle, approx. turned bowl ht. 6, wd. 18 3/4;
burl ht. 4, lg. 25; rug lg. 57 1/2 in.
$300-450
1565.
Federal Giltwood Tabernacle Mirror with
Eglomise Glass Tablet and a Pair of
Empire Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer
Side Chairs, with upholstered slip seats,
mirror lg. 281/2 in.
$300-500
1566.
Twelve Pieces of Assorted Ceramics, eight
lustreware jugs, a mochaware covered sugar
and two bowls, and a banded yellowware
bowl.
$300-500
1567.
Two Painted Cast Iron Ship Doorstops,
America, early to mid-20th century, the larger
doorstop marked Arthur Mfg. Co./Baltimore,
MD/50, (paint wear) ht. 6 1/2, 9 1/8 in.
$200-250
1568.
19th/20th Century American School Oil
on Canvas Portrait of a Puppy with a
Handkerchief, unsigned, framed, canvas 10
x 8 in.
$400-600
1569.
Six Assorted Mostly Cast Iron Bookends
and a Bronze Duck Sprinkler, a pair of metal
George Washington bust, a pair of Bradley &
Hubbard cast iron archway, a Scottie, and a
sailing ship bookend.
$200-250
1570.
Carved and Painted Wood American Eagle
Plaque, ht. 12 3/4, wd. 25 1/4 in.
$400-600
1571.
Framed Philadelphia, September, 1788
Handwritten Receipt Between Samuel
Meridiht (Meridith) Esq. and Paul
Breining for Work and Supplies, framed.
$150-200
1572.
John Rogers Painted Plaster Figural Group
Coming to the Parson, ht. 22, lg. 18 in.
$200-300
1573.
Four Assorted Kitchen and Domestic
Items, a Landers, Frary & Clark painted cast
iron coffee grinder, a copper pitcher and
kettle, a wood and iron grinder.
$300-500
1574.
Three Painted Cast Iron Figural Doorstops,
a Boston Terrier and a pair of basket of
fowers.
$150-250
1575.
Two 20th Century American School Oil
on Canvas Brick House Portraits, one
signed and dated MM Beal, 1912 l.r., both
mounted on panels, unframed, 13 x 17 and
14 x 18 in.
$300-500
1576.
Four Assorted Appliqu and Pieced
Cotton Quilts, a light blue and white appliqu
grapevine pattern, a pieced blue and white, a
pieced aubergine and white, 104 x 91 1/2, 97
x 79 1/2, and 83 x 72 in., respectively, sold
with a blue and white pieced quilt (extensive
damage and imperfections).
$400-800
1577.
Four Tin and Glass Lanterns, a Pair of
Mirrored Tin Candle Sconces, and a Pair
of Small Tin Lanterns.
$200-350
1578.
Three Childrens Theme and Nursery
Rhyme Pattern Hooked Rugs and a Three-
part Ash and Mahogany Folding table
Mirror, rug lg. 34 1/2 to 42 in.
$400-600
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1579.
Framed 19th Century Ink on Paper
Calligraphic Study Names and Three
Framed 18th/19th Century Needleworks,
a silk needlework panel A Map of England
& Wales, a sampler, and a Martha Mcalley,
born 1776 sampler, sight sizes 16 1/4 x 13
1/4, 20 3/4 x 12 1/4, 7 1/2 x 8, and 12 1/2 x
7 1/4 in., respectively.
$200-300
1580.
Painted Leather Fire Bucket Labeled B.
Merrill, No. 40, ht. to rim 11 in.
$300-400
1581.
Thirty-three-piece English Chelseaware
Partial Tea Service, a Roseville Pottery
Jug, a Painted Molded Stoneware Pitcher,
and Five Stoneware Jugs, the latter
including one ovoid, a Norton, and a Wright,
all undecorated.
$300-450
1582.
Group of 19th and Early 20th Century
Portrait Photographs and a Framed 1830
Mrs. S. Fassett Funeral Sign, a miniature
album with tintype portraits, a cased
Daguerreotype portrait of a couple, two other
cased portrait photographs, and three small
portrait photographs.
$200-250
1583.
Group of Decorated Metal and Stoneware
Advertising Items, a painted Grand Union
Tea cast iron grinder, two Troy, New York,
stoneware jugs, a Warren & Co. painted
metal counter scale, a Bacon, Stickney & Co.,
Albany, painted tin Wh. Pepper counter bin,
a Weidman, Ward & Co. Grocers, Albany,
painted counter tin, and a cast iron E.W.
Howell advertising wall calendar/pocket.
$300-500
1584.
Group of Metal, Copper, Brass, Iron, and
Pewter Items, including brass chestnut
roaster, four Cape Cod lighters, a kettle,
funnel, two warmers, two stencils, a metal
table frame, copper pot, stencil, three culinary
molds, a folding knife, three iron utensils, a
bootscraper, three pewter plates and fve
cups.
$400-600
1585.
19th Century Miniature Portrait and
Silhouette, a miniature pencil and watercolor
profle portrait of a young man purported to
be Stevens Hayward Turner of Lancaster,
Massachusetts; and a hollow-cut silhouette of
a woman, in giltwood frames, the former sight
lg. 3 3/4 in.
$200-400
1586.
Gold-painted Federal Tabernacle Mirror
with Reverse-painted Glass Basket of
Fruit Tablet and a Split-baluster Mirror
with Reverse-painted Glass Sailing Ships
Tablet, lg. 38 3/4 and 29 1/2 in., respectively.
$350-500
1587.
Five Early Portrait Photographs, a cased
double Daguerreotype of a deceased young
woman with head turned, eyes open and a
bouquet of fowers and a young man, a small
Daguerreotype of a woman, a cased tintype
of a woman, and a young man.
$200-400
1588.
Group of Brass Lighting, eight
chambersticks, two pairs of tapersticks, long
handle snuffer, swing arm candlestick, and a
set of four candlesticks.
$300-500
1589.
19th/20th Century American School Oil on
Artist Board View of a Southern Saw Mill,
unsigned, framed, board 12 1/4 x 18 1/4 in.
$200-300
1590.
Framed E.A. Plummer Oil on Canvas of
Waves Breaking on the Rocks, signed and
dated 1890 l.l., framed, canvas 20 x 30 in.
$500-700
1591.
Late Victorian Pieced and Embroidered
Crazy Quilt, 78 x 78 in.
$200-300
1592.
Three Framed Currier & Ives Hand-
colored Lithographs, The Soldiers Dream of
Home, The Soldiers Home, The Vision, and
Strawberries, small folio.
$300-450
1593.
Framed 1836 Elizabeth Ann Baker
Needlework Sampler, in a walnut frame,
sight size 18 3/4 x 18 3/4 in.
$300-500
1594.
Three Small Victorian Walnut Frames with
Gilt Liners, each ftted with a mirror, approx.
lg. 14 in.
$75-125
1595.
Two Mahogany Clocks, a shelf clock,
teardrop form with Roman numeral painted
zinc dial, transfer and paint-decorated tablet
and eight-day time and strike movement,
ht. 23 1/2; together with an Attleboro
banjo clock with wooden bezel, fat frames
enclosing painted glasses and a time and
strike spring-powered movement, (movement
and dial are replacements), ht. 30 in.
$200-400
1596.
Parian Ware Figure of Young Columbus,
by Henry F. Libby (1850-1933), Boston, late
19th century, modeled seated on a stump
with book in hand, with free-moving ring on
stump, impressed title on front of square
base, the back impressed Copyright Applied
for/H.F. Libby/J. McD+S, Boston, ht. 12 in.
$200-300
1597.
Three Bennington and Rockingham Glazed
Molded Pottery Pitchers with Griffn
Decoration, a molded Rockingham attributed
to George Whitefeld Farrar, Fairfax, Vermont,
c. 1850, (repaired); an Albany also attributed
to George Whitefeld Farrar, ht. 9 1/8; and a
Bennington attributed to William Farrar, 19th
century, (chips, harline), ht. 8 1/4 in.
$300-475
1598.
20th Century Oil on Canvas Portrait of a
Steam Sailing Ship, signed D. Lyle l.l.,
framed, canvas 25 x 38 1/4 in.
$400-600
1599.
Oval Woven Nantucket Basket Purse with
Scrimshaw Lily- and Butterfy-decorated
Faux Ivory-mounted Lid and Swing Handle,
the base inscribed No. 49, Rosenquist, 86.
$300-500
1600.
20th Century American School Oil on
Canvas Fishermen in a Dory, signed H.R.
Crooker l.r., framed, canvas 16 x 24 1/2 in.
$200-250
1601.
Two Pairs of English Brass Candlesticks,
Queen of Diamonds and King of
Diamonds, ht. 11 3/8 and 12 3/8 in.,
respectively.
$200-400
1602.
Three Framed 19th Century Textile Items,
a needlework sample panel, a pieced cloth
fgure of an African warrior, and an English
wool embroidered biblical scene with angel.
$200-250
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1603.
Three Daguerreotype Portrait Photographs,
a mother and child, a child on a sofa, and a
girl.
$300-400
1604.
Folk Art Inlaid and Parquetry-decorated
Wooden Violin Case, ftted interior.
$200-250
1605.
Seven Colored Glass Bottles, two olive
gin bottles, a port bottle, paint-labeled liquor
bottle, an amber Warners Safe, Old Sachem
Bitters, and Doyles Hops Bitters.
$300-500
1606.
Group of Country Wooden Items, including
a rustic balance scale, chopping bowl, circular
measure, four pantry boxes, a miniature red-
painted pail, two frkins, and a red-painted
bucket.
$400-600
END OF SALE
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Notes
1. Some of the lots in this sale are offered subject to a reserve. The reserve is a confdential minimum price agreed upon by the consignor and
Skinner, Inc. below which the lot will not be sold. In most cases, the reserve will be set below the estimated range, but in no case will it exceed
the estimates listed. A representative of Skinner, Inc. will execute such reserves by bidding for the consignor. In any event and whether or not a
lot is subject to a reserve, the auctioneer may reject any bid or raise not commensurate with the value of such lot.
2. All property is sold as is, and neither the auctioneer nor any consignor makes any warranties or representation of any kind or nature with
respect to the property, and in no event shall they be responsible for the correctness, nor deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of
description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, or condition of the property and no statement made
at the sale, or in the bill of sale, or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty of representation or an assumption of liability.
3. Except as provided in paragraph 1 above, the highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser. In the case of a disputed
bid, the auctioneer shall have sole discretion in determining the purchaser and may also, at his or her election, withdraw the lot or reoffer the lot
for sale. The auctioneer shall have sole discretion to refuse any bid, or refuse to acknowledge any bidder. Any bidder that plans on spending in
excess of $100,000 should make arrangements with the accounting department at least fve (5) days in advance of the sale, as a deposit may be
required to participate.
4. All merchandise purchased must be paid for and removed from the premises the day of the auction. Skinner Inc. may impose, and the
purchaser agrees to pay, a monthly interest charge of 1.5% of the purchase price of any lot or item lot not paid for within thirty-fve (35) days of
the date of sale.
Skinner, Inc. shall have no liability for any damage or loss to property left on its premises for more than three (3) days from the date of sale. If
any property has not been 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 purchasers 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 defciency plus all costs of sale.
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. Except for property purchased via on-line Live Auctions, a premium equal to 18.5% of the fnal bid price up to and including $200,000, plus
10% of the fnal bid over $200,000, will be applied to each lot sold, to be paid by the Buyer as part of the purchase price. The buyers premium on
property purchased via on-line Live Auctions will be in the amount equal to 22.5% of the fnal bid price up to and including $200,000, plus 15%
of the fnal bid over $200,000.
11. Bidding on any item indicates your acceptance of these terms and all other terms 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 catalogue. The
copyright in all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for Skinner, Inc. relating to a lot, including the contents of this
catalogue, 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 conficts 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 nonexclusive jurisdiction of such courts and waives objections that it may now or
hereafter have to the venue of any such suit.
Skinner, Inc. - Conditions of Sale
Revised September 6, 2011
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SKINNER
Auctioneers and Appraisers of Antiques and Fine Art
63 Park Pl aza, Bos t on, MA 02116 Te l : 617. 350. 5400 Fax: 617. 350. 5429
274 Ce dar Hi l l St re e t , Marl borough, MA 01752 Te l : 508. 970. 3000 Fax: 508. 970. 3100
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SKINNER
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274 Cedar Hill Street, Marlborough, MA 01752 Tel: 508.970.3100
SKINNER
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357 Main Street, Bolton, MA 01740 Tel: 508.779.6241
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Board of Directors
Administration
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Departments
SKINNER, INC.
Auctioneers and
Appraisers of Antiques
and Fine Art
63 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 02116
617.350.5400
Fax 617.350.5429
274 Cedar Hill Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
508.970.3000
Fax 508.970.3100
www.skinnerinc.com
Chairman of the Board - Nancy R. Skinner
Richard Albright
John Deighton
Barnet Fain
Stephen L. Fletcher
Karen M. Keane
President/Chief Executive Offcer - Karen M. Keane
Chief Financial Offcer - 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
American Furniture & Decorative Arts - Stephen L. Fletcher
Deputy Director: Chris Barber; Assistant: Karen Langberg
American Indian & Ethnographic Art - Douglas Deihl
Asian Works of Art - Judith Dowling
Assistants: Biying Zhang, Carol Tran
Books & Manuscripts - Devon Gray
Bottles, Flasks & Early Glass - Stephen L. Fletcher
Ceramics - Stuart G. Slavid
Classic Automobiles & Motorcycles - Jane D. Prentiss
Couture - Cara Elmslie
Discovery Auctions - Cara Elmslie
Assistants: Garrett J. Sheahan, Melissa Riebe
European Furniture & Decorative Arts - Stuart G. Slavid
Assistants: Leah Kingman, Stephanie Opolski
Fine Wines - Marie Keep
Assistant: Michael J. Moser
Jewelry - Victoria Bratberg
Assistants: John Colasacco, Julie Khouri
Judaica - Kerry Shrives
Musical Instruments - David Bonsey
Oriental Rugs & Carpets - Gary Richards
Science, Technology & Clocks - Robert C. Cheney
Assistant: Jonathan Dowling
Silver - Stuart G. Slavid
Toys & Dolls - Kerry Shrives
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
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Marlborough: Warehouse Manager - Fred Trottier; 508.970.3261
Property Manager - Samuel Combs, 508.970.3262
Boston: Property Distribution Manager - Jessica R. Lincoln, 617.874.4308
Auction Coordinator - 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 - Joe Monteyro, 508.970.3266
Marlborough: Heather Retzke, 508.970.3240
Appraisal & Auction Services - LaGina Austin, Christine E. Finn,
Shannon M. Ames, Hadley Bridgman
Advertising Production - Pamela Van de Houten
Boston Gallery Director - Laura V. Sweeney
Assistant Gallery Director: Paige Lewellyn
Gallery Assistant: Jessica Turner
Catalogue Production - Pamela Van de Houten, Kristina Harrison
Consignment Services - Patricia Walker King, Megan J. Blomgren, Carol Zeigler
Customer Relations - Carol McCaffrey
Institutional Relations - L. Emerson Tuttle
Human Resources - Carol McCaffrey
Information Technology & Internet Auctions - Kerry Shrives
Assistants: Timothy Shaughnessey, Melissa Riebe
Managing Director - Marie C. Keep
Marketing & Public Relations - Kate de Bethune, Kathryn Gargolinski,
Heather Retzke
Photographers - Stanley P. Bystrowski, Jeffrey R. Antkowiak, John Cornelius
Receptionists - Marlborough: Jessica Bedenbaugh
Boston: Sarah L. Collins
Staff Portraits - Cheryl Richards Photography
Transportation - Eric Jones
Assistant: Mark McCaffrey
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Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90) West to Route 495 North at exit 11A. Proceed on
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DIRECTIONS TO THE
MARLBOROUGH GALLERY
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Guiseppes Grille
35 Solomon Pond Rd.
Northborough, MA
508.393.4405
Allora Ristorante
139 Lakeside Ave.
Marlborough, MA
508.485.4300
Wildwood Steakhouse
189 Boston Post Rd. East
Marlborough, MA
508.481.2021
Longhorn Steakhouse
191 Boston Post Rd.
Marlborough, MA
508.481.4100
Tandoori Grill
197 H Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.357.6551
Boston Market
185 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.229.2525


Panera Bread
197 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.281.6161


Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub
32 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.480.8899


Linguinis Italian Eatery
350 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.481.9747


China Taste
197 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.229.2882


Yoong Tong
Thai Cuisine and Sushi
278 Main Street
Northborough, MA
508.393.7714
Tomasso
The Crossings
154 Turnpike Rd.
Southborough, MA
508.481.8484
Jakes Restuarant & Coffee Shop
30 Main Street
Marlborough, MA
508.480.0414
Subway
237 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.481.3464
MARLBOROUGH AREA RESTAURANTS
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Ultimate Livery
To Logan Airport
$46.00 each way for one
$56.00 each way for two
Private car and driver $147.50 one way
Servicing all Marlborough hotels
80 Northborough Rd East
Marlborough, MA 01752
508.481.7300
Enterprise Car Rental
Hotel Pick-up and Delivery
364 Maple Street
(Rt. 85)
Marlborough, MA
508.480.0221
Hertz Car Rental
410 Maple Street
(Rt. 85)
Marlborough, MA
508.229.2756
TRAVEL SERVICES & CAR RENTALS
MARLBOROUGH HOTELS
Courtyard by Marriott
75 Felton St. (exit 24B off 495)
Marlborough, MA
508.480.0015
Embassy Suites
123 Boston Post Rd. West
(exit 24B off 495)
Marlborough, MA
508.485.9500
Hampton Inn
277 Boston Post Rd. West
(exit 24B off 495)
Marlborough, MA
508.787.9888
Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel
181 Boston Post Road West
(exit 24B off 495)
Marlborough, MA
508.460.0700
Holiday Inn and Suites
265 Lakeside Ave.
(exit 24A off 495)
Marlborough, MA
508.481.3000
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European Furniture & Decorative Arts $120 $143
American & European Paintings & Prints $120 $143
Fine Jewelry $120 $143
20th Century Furniture & Decorative Arts $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

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Participating Dealers:
A Bird In Hand Antiques, Florham Park, NJ / Mark and Marjorie Allen, New Hampton, NH / American Spirit Antiques, Shawnee Mission, KS
Arader Galleries, Philadelphia, PA / Diana H. Bittel, Bryn Mawr, PA / Blue Heron Fine Art, Cohasset, MA / Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Blum, Lisbon-Jewett City,
CT / Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques, York County, PA / Joan R. Brownstein, Newbury, MA / John Chaski Antiques, Camden, DE / The Cooley
Gallery, Old Lyme, CT / Colette Donovan, Merrimac, MA / Peter H. Eaton Antiques, Newbury, MA / Fiske & Freeman, Ipswich, MA / J. Gallagher, North
Norwich, NY / Heller-Washam, Portland, ME / Samuel Herrup Antiques, Sheffield, MA / Jewett-Berdan Antiques, Newcastle, ME / James M. Kilvington,
Inc., Dover, DE / Kelly Kinzle Antiques, New Oxford, PA / David & Donna Kmetz American Paintings, Douglas, MA / James L. Kochan Fine Arts &
Antiques, Frederick, MD / Nathan Liverant and Son, LLC., Colchester, CT / Newsom & Berdan Antiques, Thomasville, PA / Hilary and Paulette Nolan,
Falmouth, MA / The Norwoods Spirit of America, Timonium, MD / Oriental Rugs, Ltd., Old Lyme, CT / Otto and Susan Hart Antiques, Arlington, VT /
Raccoon Creek Antiques, Oley, PA / Rick Scott, San Francisco, CA / Russack & Loto Books, LLC., Northwood, NH / Sallea Antiques, Inc., New Canaan,
CT / Tom Schwenke, Inc., Woodbury, CT / W.M. Schwind, Jr. Antiques, Yarmouth, ME / The Silver Vault, Woodstock, IL / Elliott & Grace Snyder Antiques,
S. Egremont, MA / Stephen-Douglas Antiques, Rockingham, VT / Sylvia Antiques, Nantucket, MA / Jonathan Trace, Portsmouth, NH / Village Braider
Antiques, Plymouth, MA / Walker-Cunningham Fine Art, Boston, MA / Chuck White, Warwick, NY / White and White Interiors, Skaneateles, NY
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Preview Party and Reception
Friday, May 11, 6:00pm to 9:00pm
$125 by advance reservation,
$150 the day of the event
General admission $10
Saturday, May 12, 10am to 6pm
Sunday, May 13, 10am to 5pm
Visit the official show website at www.TheWaysideInnAntiquesShow.org for more information about the Wayside Inn Historic Site,
directions, sponsorship opportunities and links to dealer websites. For questions please phone Guy LeBlanc at (978) 440-9630.
Longfellows WAYSIDE INN 72 Wayside Inn Road Sudbury, Massachusetts 01776 P: 978 443 1776 F: 978 443 6449 www.wayside.org
Show Manager - Diana H. Bittel Facilities Manager - Ralph DiSaia
The Wayside Inn
Antiques
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SAVE THE DATE
May 11-13, 2012
A benefit show and sale for The Wayside Inn Historic Site,
a 501(c)3 non-profit Massachusetts Historic Landmark
on the National Register of Historic Places.
Sudbury
A Herb Chambers Company
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