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1 Auction & Specialist Information
2 Web Site & Online Bidding
4 Discovery: Lots 1–700
33 Discovery—Online: Lots 1000–1550
65 Conditions of Sale
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1
Peterson, Roger Tory (1908-1996) A Field
Guide to the Birds, first edition.
$100-150
2
Asian Export Carved Giltwood Floor Lamp,
1920-30s, the arched stand carved with
leaftips and vines, on four scrolled feet, ht. 59
1/2 in.
$250-350
3
Tekke Rug, West Turkestan, 20th century,
(some selvage damage, missing kilim border
at bottom), 3 ft. 5 in. x 3 ft. 1 in.
$250-350
4
Large Copper and Brass Vessel, 19th
century, with brass lion-mask handles and
paw feet, (imperfections), ht. 15, wd. 23 3/4,
dp. 18 3/4 in.
$100-150
5
Inlaid Hardwood Worktable, the rectangular
lift-top with inlaid conch medallion over an
upholstered bag, on square tapering legs
joined by an X-stretcher base, ht. 29 3/4, wd.
15 1/2, dp. 12 1/4 in.
$300-500
6
Mission Oak Desk and Chair, 20th century,
the desk with rectangular top, single drawer,
and trestle base, ht. to 37 1/2, wd. to 46, dp.
to 27 3/4 in.
$500-700
7
Brass-bound One-drawer Medical Chest,
19th century, outfitted into a silver chest
by Towle, with paper label on interior of lid,
reading “A.J. Colby/Ship’s Druggist...,” ht. 10
1/4, wd. 20 3/4, dp. 12 1/2 in.
$200-300
8
Haviland Hand-painted Fish Set, late
19th century, fifteen square plates, a long
rectangular platter, a sauceboat, and an
underplate, each with gilt trim and fish or
amphibian decoration, ht. to 3 1/2, wd. to 24
1/2, dp. 8 1/2 in.
$600-800
9
Lava Glaze Mid-Century Table Lamp, ht. 30
1/4, dia. 8 in.
$250-350
10
Gaetano Mormile (Italian, 1839-1890)
Boy with Turkeys, 1896, signed u.l., dated
l.r., watercolor on paper, sight size 19 5/8 x
11 in., framed (under glass); sold with two
additional framed works: a French print La
Femme Jalouse, and a framed print of four
hunting and sporting images titled “Fores’s
Sporting Scraps.”
$300-500
11
French Briquet and a Hand-colored
Engraving, briquet stamped “W & C” and
“1523” with a shield on the reverse side,
engraving with paper label affixed to back
reading “The Army and Navy of the United
States/Navy Department/Anti-Chamber of the
Secretary. Washington, 1893,” lg. 28 1/2 in.
$150-250
12
Japanese Katana and Lacquered Wood
Scabbard, 20th century, with ray skin grip and
intact hilt binding, blade lg. 15 3/4, overall lg.
23 in.
$200-300
13
Burl Walnut Victor Victrola VV-XVI with
Classical Records, serial no. 29185C,
with crank, additional needles, and records,
including Schubert, in six parts, and the music
of George Gershwin, ht. 47 1/2, wd. 23, dp.
25 in.
$800-1,200
14
Twenty Royal Commemorative Items, a
cup with gilt lion-masks honoring the birth of
Prince William, a pitcher with purple ground
and gilt trim depicting King George V and
Queen Mary, and a Mason’s ironstone jug
commemorating the silver jubilee of King
George V and Queen Mary, ht. to 8 in.
$200-300
15
Three-panel Giltwood Screen and a Small
Walnut Firescreen, the giltwood screen with
carved ribbon and festoon crestings over
silk embroidered tablets, the firescreen with
kidney-shaped beveled glass over a silk panel,
raised on shaped feet with cast metal feet, ht.
to 54, wd. to 54 in.
$400-600
16
Pair of Molded Plastic Graphic
Handkerchief Vases, with a black and red
geometric design on a white field, ht. 9 1/4,
dia. 11 1/4 in.
$200-300
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17
Framed Continental Porcelain Portrait
Plaque, 19th/20th century, plaque depicting a
mother and daughter, set in a gilt-brass frame,
lg. 7, wd. 5 in.
$200-400
18
Two Framed European Historical Etchings,
a Spanish view, “Vista de la Fortaleza de la
Alhambra desde el Alto de San Nicolas,” and
an Italian architectural view after Piranesi,
“Obelisco Egizio,” framed dimensions to 34
5/8 x 26 1/2 in.
$100-200
19
Three Continental Porcelain Apothecary
Jars, 19th/20th century, a pair of Limoges
floral-decorated apothecary jars for opium
and morphine, and a three-footed jar with gilt
accents for marijuana, ht. to 3 3/4 in.
$150-250
20
Ormolu-framed and Marquetry-inlaid
Display Cabinet, ht. 66 1/2, wd. 35 1/4, dp.
14 3/4 in.
$500-700
21
Louis XV-style Upholstered Fauteuil, 19th
century, the carved cresting and back joined
by molded and upholstered arms and seat,
supported by floral-carved cabriole legs and
scrolled feet, ht. 39, wd. 27 1/2, dp. 29 in.
$300-500
22
Louis XV-style Walnut Veneer Parquetry
Inlaid Side Table, 19th century, the shaped
quatrefoil top with burl veneer, carved and
gilt edges, and a central parquetry medallion,
on three scrolled, metal-mounted supports
and tripod base of scrolled and shaped legs,
(damage), ht. 26 3/4, dia. 22 1/2 in.
$300-500
23
Green-glazed Pottery Jug Mounted as a
Lamp, with applied strap handle and ribbed
body, (imperfections), ht. 24, dia. 10 1/2 in.
$150-200
24
Eleven Decorative Items, an Orrefors vase,
a Kosta bowl, a Steuben bowl, two Steuben
bases for bowls, all marked, a Portuguese tile,
an ovoid bowl depicting a man, woman, and
calf signed “Schneider/Steffisburg,” a framed
four-tile abstract picture, a white metal table
lamp, a polychrome chip-carved wooden
panel, and a large charger with angelfish
decoration, dia. to 20 1/4 in.
$200-400
25
Two West Turkestan Items, late 19th/early
20th century, a Tekke Chuval, (minor edge
gouge and moth damage), 2 ft. 7 in. x 4 ft. 6
in. and a Tekke Mafresh, 1 ft. 3 in. x 3 ft. 3 in.
$550-700
26
Senneh Kilim, Northwest Persia, early 20th
century, (minor wear throughout), 6 ft. 6 in. x
4 ft. 4 in.
$300-400
27
Twenty-three Assorted Metal Items,
including a Wilcox silver-plate candlestick with
twisted shaft and Corinthian capital, a pair of
bronze Native American-form bookends, and
a pierced Gorham sterling heart-form dish, ht.
to 9 3/4 in.
$200-400
28
Two Louis XV-style Ormolu-mounted
Items, a walnut veneer one-drawer stand with
shaped top and conforming case on cabriole
legs, and a marquetry-inlaid drop-leaf table,
with leaves on all sides, supported by cabriole
legs and cast feet, ht. to 29 1/4, wd. to 21,
dp. to 21 in.
$300-500
29
Two Pieces of Louis XV-style Marble-top
Furniture, a rectangular table with rounded
corners on a skirt with ormolu mounts and
inset porcelain medallions, and a six-drawer
lingerie chest, ht. to 47 3/4, wd. to 28 1/4, dp.
to 20 1/4 in.
$300-500
30
Two Louis XV-style Ormolu-mounted
Marble-top Chests, a small, string-inlaid
chest with three drawers and shaped apron,
and a chest with pierced-brass gallery and
two banded drawers, ht. to 29 1/2, wd. to 23
1/2, dp. to 13 3/4 in.
$400-600
31
Group of Glass and Pottery Items, including
a yellowware mold, an aqua mold-blown S.
& P. swirled bottle, a Dr. Swett’s Original Root
Beer bottle, and an amber Chestnut Grove
Whiskey CW bottle, ht. to 9 3/4 in.
$200-250
32
Fourteen Teal-glazed J. & J.G. Low Arts &
Crafts Tiles, a Tablecloth, and a Plate, 19th
and 20th century, the tiles, textile, and plate
depicting floral motifs; the plate water lilies,
stamped on back “Baden,” dia. 9 1/4 in.
$300-350
33
Three Art Pottery Items, 20th century, a
high gloss Zuid Holland Gouda vase and
four-handled bud dish, and a J. Massier
handled iridescent pitcher with fish decoration,
(damage), ht. to 10 in.
$600-800
34
Large Group of Miscellaneous Porcelain
and Ironstone, including a set of blue and
white Copeland Spode, a set of six Mintons
Rose pattern salad plates, and a set of six gilt
and floral decorated Royal Worcester saucers,
ht. to 5 3/4, dia. to 10 1/4 in.
$200-300
35
Louis XV-style Ormolu-mounted Kingwood
Veneer Hanging Cabinet, 19th/20th century,
the upper platform with mirrored cresting and
case with serpentine front and half-serpentine
ends, foliate and figural mounts, and three
inset floral-decorated porcelain plaques within
rococo-style frames and cartouches; the door
opening to a mirrored interior, ht. 37, wd. 18,
dp. 9 1/2 in.
$400-600
36
Eight Metal Royal Commemorative Items,
including a bronzed copper plaque with royal
portraits, Windsor, and Balmoral in relief
commemorating Queen Victoria’s diamond
jubilee, a cast iron plaque, signed and dated
on reverse “V. Johansen. 1889,” and a Queen
Victoria diamond jubilee silver-plate inkwell, ht.
to 12 3/4 in.
$200-300
37
Neoclassical-style Inlaid Mahogany
Tambour Desk, Grand Rapids, Michigan,
20th century, the upper section with tambour
doors flanking an urn-inlaid central prospect
door, revealing an interior of drawers and
compartments, over a lower section with
crossbanded and string-inlaid fall-front lid and
marquetry-inlaid drawer, raised on square
tapering feet, ht. 42 1/2, wd. 42, dp. 18 in.
$200-400
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38
Group of Textiles and Fans, including lace,
doilies, a small mat, and a paisley shawl.
$200-250
39
George Omerth (French, fl. 1895-1925)
Bronze Figure of a Boy Fishing, signed on
base, ht. 12 in.
$200-250
40
Horace Robbins Burdick (American, 1844-
1942)
Two Works: Lonely Shore and Landscape.
Both signed “H.R. Burdick” l.r., Shore
inscribed to reverse and with artist’s stamp
and label. Shore oil on paper, sight size 7 3/4
x 9 3/4 in., framed; Landscape watercolor and
gouache on paper, sight size 6 3/4 x 8 3/4
in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of
frames.
Provenance: Shore was sold at the Estate
Auction of Doris Burdick, April 25, 1981.
$200-300
41
Eleven Pieces of Hand-painted French
Porcelain, 19th century, ten plates and one
covered compote, with celadon rims, gilt
accents, and central medallions depicting
hand-painted landscape scenes, ht. to 6 3/4,
dia. to 9 1/2 in.
$400-600
42
Set of Four Continental Neoclassical
Fruitwood and Polychrome Side Chairs,
19th century, the carved and pierced shield
back with polychrome floral devices, on an
upholstered seat, shaped apron and square
tapering legs, (damage), ht. 37 1/4, wd. 19
1/2, dp. 21 1/2 in.
$300-500
43
Louis XIV-style Kingwood Veneer Ormolu-
mounted Marble-top Music Cabinet, ht. 44
1/2, wd. 27, dp. 14 3/4 in.
$400-600
44
Pair of Louis XV-style Marquetry Marble-
top Side Tables, the three-drawer ormolu-
mounted case with lower inlaid platform, on
cabriole legs and cast paw feet, ht. 29 1/4,
wd. 15 1/2, dp. 11 1/2 in.
$400-600
45
Six Glass and Porcelain Vessels, a green
glass flask with gold trim, two colorless glass
decanters, one cut glass and one with foliate-
etched designs and inscribed “Brandy,” two
hand-painted porcelain tea caddies, and a cut
glass bowl, (imperfections), ht. to 11 1/2, dia.
to 8 3/4 in.
$200-300
46
Four Chinese Scatter Rugs, 20th century,
4 ft. 1 in. x 2 ft., (new fringes added both
ends); 4 ft. 1 in. x 2 ft.; 6 ft. x 2 ft. 7 in., (wear
throughout); and 5 ft. 2 in. x 2 ft. 7 in., (crease
wear).
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$450-850
47
Chinese Carpet, early 20th century, (wear
throughout, new fringes applied at both ends),
12 ft. 6 in. x 9 ft. 10 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
48
Seven Miscellaneous Brass Items, including
a hand-hammered Gorham tray, a teapot and
burner, and a small mirrored box, ht. to 10
1/4, wd. to 9 1/2, dp. to 7 3/4 in.
$200-250
49
Five Assorted Hand-colored Framed
Sporting Prints, a set of four C.B. Newhouse
coaching prints, “A Flood Tide,” “Going to
the Moors,” “No time to lose Ma’am!,” and
“A Frost,” together with a small hunting print
“Bachelor’s Hall Plate I” with accompanying
verse, framed dimensions to 19 x 23 1/2 in.
$200-250
50
Sacrum Convivium and Three Boxes, the
sacrum convivium in a silvered-metal and
wood Rococo frame with cyma-scrolls and
shells, a cylindrical brass box with repoussé
figures, an iron lockbox, and a silver-plate and
hardwood box, ht. to 14, wd. to 14 1/2, dp.
to 4 in.
$300-600
51
Thirteen Asian Items, China and Japan,
19th/20th century, blanc de chine Kuan Yin,
two ivory fans, covered box, four cloisonné
plates, four ivory carvings, and a bamboo
covered box, lg. to 13 in.
$200-300
52
Modern Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre
Plaque, England, 20th century, in a curly
maple frame, titled “The Enchanted Palace,”
edition 18/250, (damage), lg. 14 1/4, wd. 10
3/4 in.
$200-300
53
Kazak Fragment and an Anatolian Yastik,
late 19th/early 20th century, the fragment,
(reconstructed from a long rug, reselvaged), 3
ft. 5 in. x 3 ft. 3 in.; the yastik, (crude repairs,
brown oxidation, missing approximately two
inches at top), 2 ft. 9 in. x 2 ft.
$300-500
54
Pair of Chinese Polychrome Enameled
Covered Jars, depicting flowering plants, ht.
13, dia. 8 3/4 in.
$400-600
55
Three Pieces of Miscellaneous Furniture,
an string-inlaid mahogany vitrine on square
legs, a Louis XV-style fruitwood veneer sewing
stand with inset jasper medallions and an
upholstered sewing bag, and a fruitwood
stand with inset-enameled lift-top, raised on
molded cabriole legs, ht. to 32 1/2, wd. to 14
1/4, dp. to 14 1/4 in.
$400-600
56
Forty Royal Commemorative Items,
including a covered sugar depicting two
children, marked on base “Foreign,” a group
of miscellaneous commemorative cups, and
a bisque porcelain horse and rider, ht. to 3
3/4 in.
$200-300
57
Cast Brass Octagonal Side Table, with
foliate and Moorish motifs throughout, each
facet with Arabic inscriptions, ht. 20 1/4, wd.
14 1/2, dp. 14 1/2 in.
$200-300
58
Pair of Tin-glazed Polychrome Figural
Pottery Pitchers, of a man and woman,
floral-decorated, ht. to 11 1/4 in.
$250-350
59
Twenty-two Woven Mats, depicting scenes
with birds and people.
$500-700
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Sigismund Ivanowski (American, 1875-
1944)
Portrait of a Woman. Unsigned, certified by
David Scott Perry, the artist’s grandson, on a
label on the reverse. Graphite on paper, sight
size 10 x 7 1/4 in., framed. Condition: Not
examined out of frame.
$300-500
61
M. DeForest Bolmer (American, 1854-1910)
Hudson River View. Signed “Bolmer” l.r.,
with a label from J.F. Gerrity & Co., Bangor,
Maine, on the backing paper. Oil on academy
board, 6 x 10 in., framed. Condition:
Craquelure, surface grime.
$600-800
62
Set of Twelve Derby S.P. & Co. Silver-plated
Dishes, 20th century, with hand-hammered
design and monogrammed “ACP,” dia. 11 in.
$600-800
63
Gilt-gesso Tabernacle Mirror, lg. 47 1/2, wd.
23 in.
$200-300
64
Walnut Late Victorian Two-door Bookcase,
the reeded gallery with a fan-carved panel
and ball finials, over a case with two glazed,
hinged doors flanked by figured columns, on
a two-drawer base, ht. 67 1/2, wd. 46, dp.
14 1/4 in.
$300-500
65
Chinese Red-painted Iron-bound Chest
on Stand, with a fall-front lid opening to a
wallpapered interior depicting phoenixes, on
a lacquered base, ht. 27 3/4, wd. 34 1/2, dp.
15 1/4 in.
$400-600
66
Nippon Ceramic Tobacco Jar, 20th century,
the round body with Native American rider and
horse in molded relief, ht. 6 1/2, wd. 6 in.
$200-400
67
Green Hamilton Beach Triple Mixer, mid-
20th century, ht. 19 3/4 in.
$100-150
68
Two Framed 20th/21st Century American
Works:
Thomasine Miller, Wing Chairs, signed
“T. MILLER” l.r., titled l.l., graphite on paper,
14 3/4 x 14 3/4 in.; and Sailboat, signed
“Monique de Lana” u.r. and titled on the
reverse, mixed media, image size 21 1/4 x 29
1 /4 in.
$150-200
69
Brass Three-arm Table Lamp, the vasiform
shaft with three scrolled arms and linenfold
cased glass shades, ht. 17 1/2, dia. 18 in.
$500-600
70
Late Classical Carved Mahogany One-
drawer Worktable, possibly Philadelphia,
early 19th century, the floral-carved one-
drawer apron raised on barleytwist legs joined
by a carved X-stretcher base, ht. 28 3/4, wd.
36, dp. 22 in.
$200-250
71
Approximately Forty-five Royal
Commemorative Items, including various
ceramic and glass mugs, cups and jugs, ht.
to 4 3/4 in.
$150-250
72
Walnut Shaving Stand, 20th century,
mounted with a mirror, brush, brush stand,
and brush pot, ht. 18, wd. 10, dp. 6 in.
$50-75
73
Pair of Polished Art Deco Planters, ht. 14,
dia. 18 3/4 in.
$200-300
74
Modern Mirror, with sixteen angled mirrored
panels, (loss), lg. 35 3/4, wd. 35 3/4 in.
$400-600
75
Pair of Ersari Trappings, West Turkestan, late
19th century, (spots of wax on one), each 4 ft.
5 in. x 1 ft. 2 in.
$400-600
76
Three Pairs of Bronze Bookends, a pair of
Beatrice, stamped on reverse “Cast by Griffoul
Newark,” a pair depicting Henry Longfellow
and The Village Blacksmith, and a pair
depicting Rodin’s The Thinker, ht. to 6 3/4 in.
$100-150
77
Group of Mostly Wooden Glove and Sock
Forms, lg. to 38 in.
$300-500
78
Federal Gilt-gesso Eglomise Mirror,
America, early 19th century, the molded
cornice with carved and applied flowers and
sphere drop-finials, over an eglomise tablet
depicting a town scene, flanked by fluted
columns with foliate-carved capitals, (loss), lg.
36, wd. 21 in.
$400-600
79
Red-painted Pine Tavern Table, 19th
century, ht. 26 1/2, wd. 39 1/4, dp. 31 1/2 in.
$150-200
80
Pair of Late Federal Country Pine and
Maple Low Post Cannonball Beds, ht. 51,
wd. 40 1/2, dp. 85 1/2 in.
$200-250
81
Group of Domestic Items, an economy
washboard, a cleaning and dyeing trade sign,
a pink oversized display clothespin, a tin
“Sanitary” dustpan, a hand-pump vacuum, a
Bissell’s cleaner, and a small ironing board, ht.
to 56 in.
$300-500
82
Group of Mostly German Porcelain Figural
Brush Tops, including two perfumes with
figural stoppers, and an hourglass, ht. to 5 in.
$200-250
83
German Porcelain Covered Kitchen Jar Set,
20th century, each with checkered and floral-
decorated panel, including jars for barley, rice,
cinnamon, and oil, ht. to 9 1/2 in.
$100-150
84
Group of Decorative Metal Objects, a
rooster-form spigot, a sun-form firemark,
a San Francisco Trans-Pan Exposition
Coca-Cola belt buckle, a Watson Stillman
Co. pressure gauge, a slicer, a cast metal
paddleboat, and a cast iron plaque, ht. to 9
1/4, wd. to 10, dp. to 7 1/4 in.
$300-500
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French Louis XV-style Carved Walnut
Armoire, the molded cornice over a wire-
front two-door paneled case with carved
foliate motifs throughout, raised on bun feet,
(damage), ht. 78, wd. 58 1/2, dp. 21 3/4 in.
$300-350
86
Italian Rococo-style White-painted Parcel-
gilt Mirror, lg. 62, wd. 32 in.
$200-400
87
Small Oak Trestle Table, with rectangular top
on a carved trestle base and shoe feet, ht. 24
1/2, wd. 27, dp. 17 1/2 in.
$200-250
88
Group of Carved Pipes and Smoking Items,
including a burl and horn pipe carved in the
form of a man, a pipe with a carved and
painted alligator, and a long cased pipe, lg. to
20 in.
$200-250
89
American School, 20th Century
Still Life with Skull, Honeysuckle, and
Starling. Signed and dated “McIntosh ‘57” l.r.
Oil on canvas, 24 x 20 in., framed. Condition:
Minor surface grime.
$200-250
90
Italian School, 20th Century
Grandmother and Child. Initialed “HR” and
inscribed “Antícolí 1924” l.r. Charcoal and
crayon on paper, sheet size 17 3/8 x 12 1/2
in., framed (under glass). Condition: Minor
foxing, subtle paper rippling, not examined out
of frame.
$200-300
91
Group of Miscellaneous Pipes, including
Meerschaum pipes depicting Richard Nixon
and a Native American chief, a pipe with
carved dog’s head, and two corncob pipes,
lg. to 6 1/2 in.
$200-250
92
Federal-style Inlaid Mahogany Server,
1929, the serpentine top and conforming
case with two string-inlaid drawers flanked
by bellflowers, supported by square tapering
string-inlaid legs, ht. 34, wd. 41, dp. 21 in.
$200-300
93
Three Nils Thorsson for Aluminia/Royal
Copenhagen Glazed Ceramic Vessels,
Denmark, c. 1960, a pair of urn-form vases
and a bud vase in white clay, decorated with
grouse and rabbits, respectively, in brown
tones, ht. to 7 1/4, dia. to 6 1/2 in.
$300-500
94
Federal-style Inlaid Walnut Upholstered
Settee, the scrolled tablet with stringing
and drapery inlay over an cream damask-
upholstered body, shaped arms and reeded
vasiform supports, ht. 37 1/2, wd. 59, dp. 23
in.
$300-500
95
Group of Mostly Modern Folk Carving,
including a miniature Windsor, a carved
polychrome penguin, a papier-mâché Santa
figure, and a figural letter opener of a ballerina,
ht. to 10 in.
$300-500
96
Kula Prayer Rug, West Anatolia, mid-19th
century, (areas of wear, severe black oxidation,
several crude repairs), 6 ft. 7 in. x 4 ft. 4 in.
$400-500
97
Group of Decorative Objects, an oval
covered box, the front affixed with an
engraving of the clipper Bark Zephyr, an
oversized pen, and tortoiseshell fan, and a
flower press with mirrored and embroidered
tablet, ht. to 7, wd. to 9 1/2, dp. to 5 in.
$200-250
98
Group of Modern Figural Wood Carvings,
20th century, including two large carvings:
a hunter and a preacher; and a polychrome
Uncle Sam figure, ht. to 12 in.
$400-600
99
American School, 19th Century
Arrowheads. Unsigned. Watercolor on
paper, sight size 8 x 11 in., in a later silvered
molded wood frame. Condition: Tear l.l., not
examined out of frame.
$100-150
100
Three Glass Vessels, a Sparkletts Artesian
Water Co. decanter, a glass sugar with twist
cap, and a B. & Co. ribbed poison bottle, ht.
to 10 1/4 in.
$100-150
101
Group of Modern Decorations, including two
jointed, wire artist’s models, a dog and a man,
four vintage pencil sharpeners with colored
plastic cases, and a cobalt glass Kosta Boda
bowl, ht. to 12, wd. to 9 in.
$150-250
102
Continental Breech-loading Gun, with
Native American-themed carvings and
beadwork, lg. 38 1/2 in.
$600-800
103
Pair of Tapestry Panels, France, late 19th/
early 20th century, (wear, moth damage), 9 ft.
10 in. x 4 ft. 5 in. and 9 ft. 9 in. x 4 ft. 5 in.
$500-1,000
104
Decorative Tiger Maple Pipe Tomahawk, lg.
21 3/4 in.
$600-800
105
Globe-Wernicke Mahogany Four-stack
Barrister Bookcase, ht. 61 1/2, wd. 34, dp.
13 in.
$400-600
106
Two Royal Copenhagen Mid-Century
Vases, an Aluminia Autumn vase designed
by Ellen Malmer, and a vase designed by Kari
Christensen, ht. to 11, wd. to 7, dp. to 4 1/4
in.
$250-350
107
Two Iron Garden Sculptures, one of iron
pipe in the form of an abstract spider in red,
yellow, blue, and orange, (paint loss, elemental
wear), approx. ht. 38, wd. 45; and a stylized
monster plant sculpture with cutouts in gray
paint, (paint loss, elemental wear), ht. 45, base
wd. 20 in.
$150-250
108
Twelve Ceramic Wedgwood Plates, 20th
century, including two “Festoon,” one “Pekin,”
one “Cairo,” and one “Burmah” pattern, dia.
to 10 1/2 in.
$200-250
109
Chinese Polychrome Enameled Vase
Mounted as a Lamp, depicting a homestead,
on a carved wooden base, ht. 16 in.
$100-200
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Harris G. Strong (American, 1920-2006)
Untitled #2. Signed “Strong” in pencil l.r.,
titled l.c., and identified on a label affixed to
the backing. Mixed-media (gouache and
graphite) collage, 28 1/2 x 23 1/4 in., framed.
Condition: Not examined out of frame.
$50-100
111
After Wassily Kandinsky (Russian, 1866-
1944)
Berge, 1911. Monogrammed within the
matrix. Color offset print, image size 4 3/4 x 7
in., framed.
$400-600
112
NAL Co. Patinated Metal Figural Bookends,
early 20th century, signed and dated on front
“H. Crenier 1903,” ht. 5, wd. 5 1/4, dp. 4 1/2
in.
$200-300
113
French Empire Ormolu-mounted Mahogany
Armchair, England, early 19th century,
the scrolled cresting with brass-mounted
griffins and Egyptian Revival devices over
an upholstered back and seat; the arms
with rosettes and carved and gilt pharaoh-
form supports continuing into sabre legs,
terminating on paw feet, (imperfections), ht.
35, wd. 25, dp. 28 in.
$250-350
114
Asian Carved Hardwood Marble-top Stand,
19th/20th century, the inset pink marble top
and carved and pierced flowers joining four
cabriole legs, stretcher base, and paw feet,
(loss), ht. 19, dia. 12 in.
$200-250
115
Mid-century Modern Oak and Vinyl
Headboard, mid-20th century, with two tufted
black vinyl panels flanking a central drop-front
panel, ht. 41 1/4, wd. 82 in.
$400-600
116
Silvered-metal Dancing Figure of a Woman,
20th century, impressed on base metal base
“Lorenz,” (damage), ht. 14 1/2, wd. 10, dp. 4
1/2 in.
$300-500
117
Armor Bronze Co. Art Deco Patinated
Metal Dancer, 20th century, ht. 11 1/4, wd. 6
1/2, dp. 3 3/4 in.
$200-300
118
Latin American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Seated Prince. Unsigned.
Oil on tin, image size 10 x 7 in., framed.
Condition: Abrasions, paint loss, fading, tack
holes around edges, grime.
$300-400
119
Seventeen Porcelain Cat-related Items,
including a cat figure on blue base carrying
three baskets with applied flowers, ht. to 9 in.
$300-500
120
Design Impact Tile-top Occasional Table,
20th century, the round top depicting a forest
scene, raised on shaped metal legs and pad
feet, ht. 20 1/2, dia. 18 1/2 in.
$200-300
121
Chippendale-style Mahogany Veneer
Glazed Bookcase, the upper section with
scrolled pediment over two glazed, hinged
doors, opening to an adjustable shelved
interior; the lower section with two long
drawers, all on cabriole legs, ht. 93, wd. 35
1/4, dp. 17 in.
$300-500
122
Modern White-painted Chippendale-style
Chinoiserie Mirror, the carved cresting
depicting a man in a pagoda flanked by
phoenixes, over a scrolled foliate frame, lg. 69
1/2, wd. 34 in.
$300-500
123
Ten Continental Porcelain Items, 19th and
20th century, including three rococo-style wall
brackets: a pair with putti masks, and a single;
a lamp with figural scene; and an egg-form
covered box with applied fruit and flowers, ht.
to 14 in.
$300-500
124
Twelve Figural Pottery Items, including four
pitchers: a pig, cat, frog, and dog; a rabbit
pulling a carriage; and a Musterschutz pig
stein, ht. to 17 in.
$200-400
125
Two West Turkestan Items, late 19th century,
a Saryk Torba, (two small corner gouges,
minor moth damage), 4 ft. 1 in. x 1 ft. 3 in.;
and a Tekke Torba, (small rewoven area in
borders, reovercast), 3 ft. 3 in. x 10 in.
$500-700
126
Chinese Rug, mid to late 20th century,
(several stained areas), 9 ft. x 6 ft.
$300-400
127
Six Victorian Metal and Glass Table
Articles, including a pewter centerpiece with
satin-glass bowl and enameled decoration, a
silver-plate condiment dish with spoon rack,
and a foliate-cast brass-mounted green-glass
bowl, ht. to 14, wd. to 14, dp. to 12 1/4 in.
$250-350
128
French Empire Ormolu-mounted Armchair,
early 19th century, the reeded concave
cresting and upholstered back joining carved
and reeded arms, continuing to stiles and legs
with Egyptian Revival ormolu mounts, ht. 35
1/2, wd. 25, dp. 27 in.
$150-300
129
Three English Pottery Vases, 20th century,
two Royal Doulton vases with molded
relief floral decoration, and a Clews & Co.
Chameleon Ware vase, ht. to 7 1/2, dia. to 5
1/2 in.
$200-300
130
Asian-style Carved and Red-painted Glass
Display Cabinet, the two sliding front doors
and side panels framed by chinoiserie-carved
tablets exhibiting remnants of a gilt surface, all
over a carved and painted frame, ht. 84 1/4,
wd. 60, dp. 22 in.
$400-600
131
Twelve Porcelain Cat-related Items,
including three hat-form bowls with applied
foliate and ribbon, and a red and white wall
pocket with two cats, ht. to 7 1/2 in.
$250-350
132
Cast Metal Lamp Base, 20th century, with
three light sockets on a foliate molded and
ribbed shaft and an acanthus-molded, beaded
base, ht. 25 1/2, dia. 9 1/2 in.
$200-300
133
Twenty Ceramic Dog Figures, ht. to 11 1/2
in.
$300-500
134
Five Victorian Egg-form Covered Boxes,
19th century, ht. to 12, wd. to 12, dp. to 6
1/2 in.
$300-500
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Red-painted Chinese Opium Bed, 20th
century, approx. ht. 47 1/2, wd. 78 in.
$500-700
136
Classical Carved Mahogany Veneer
Armoire, America, early 19th century, the
flat-molded cornice over two double-paneled
doors flanked by floral-carved stop-fluted
stiles, ht. 75 1/4, wd. 54, dp. 23 3/4 in.
$300-500
137
Late Victorian Brass Eight-light Chandelier,
late 19th century, the ropetwist shaft with
scrolled decoration and embossed central
sphere joining eight arms and foliate-molded
reservoirs supporting glass shades and
chimneys, electrified, ht. 48, dia. 60 in.
$1,250-1,500
138
Twenty Continental Porcelain Items,
including a pair of framed miniature paintings,
a pitcher with gilt accents and applied flowers,
and a gilt and hand-painted covered box, ht.
to 10 in.
$300-500
139
Annie McMillan (American, 20th Century)
Nine Watercolors Inspired by F. Scott
Fitzgerald’s The Beautiful and the Damned.
Unsigned, numbered 1-3 and 5-10 (lacking
number 4), identified on labels from The
Touchstone Gallery, New York, on the reverse.
Watercolors on paper, various sight sizes,
framed dimensions 14 x 14 in., framed (under
glass). Condition: One piece of glass broken,
not examined out of frames.
$500-700
140
Gerson August Leiber (American, b. 1921)
Two Framed Lithographs: Spring Nude and
Two Standing Figures. Nude signed and
dated “Leiber ‘70, imp.” l.r., numbered “1-17”
l.l., titled l.c., sight size 18 1/2 x 18 1/2 x 13
3/8 in.; Figures signed and dated “Leiber 72,
imp.” l.r., numbered “4-16” l.l., titled l.c., sight
size 22 x 15 7/8 in. Condition: Mild toning
and mat burn, not examined out of frames.
$100-150
141
Thirty Ceramic Animal Figures, including
four creamers: a gorilla, a bear, a goat, and a
steer; a chamberstick with green ground and
a pig; and other miscellaneous vessels with
bears, pigs, and cats, ht. to 5 3/4 in.
$300-500
142
Carved Oak Library Table, America, late 19th
century, the rectangular top with molded edge
and scalloped skirted and drop pendants,
raised on a reeded and scroll-carved trestle
base with scalloped medial support and
central open box, ht. 30, wd. 53 3/4, dp. 25
1/2 in.
$300-400
143
Group of Boxes and Lady’s Objects,
19th and 20th century, including a two-tier
mahogany sewing box, miscellaneous leather,
tortoiseshell, and lacquered boxes, a group of
carved mother-of-pearl fish figures, a carved
bone eyeglass case, and numerous fans, ht.
to 8 1/2 in.
$150-250
144
Two Celadon Vases, China, one with two
openwork animal-inspired handles on a
tubular neck, crackled glaze, ht. 8 1/2; one in
baluster-shape with straight sides, decorated
with carved peonies and lotus leaves, olive
green glaze, ht. 11 1/2 in.
$50-150
145
Twenty Mostly Continental Ceramic Items,
including a brass-framed portrait plaque
depicting a mother and child, a globular-form
teapot with hand-painted dock scenes within
quatrefoils, and two brass-mounted enameled
covered boxes, ht. to 5 1/2 in.
$400-600
146
Caucasian Rug, second quarter 20th century,
(slight crease), 4 ft. 10 in. x 3 ft. 4 in.
$500-600
147
Three Oriental Rugs, late 19th/early 20th
century, a Serab, West Persia, (end fraying,
wear), 6 ft. 3 in. x 4 ft.; a Yalameh, South
Persia, 5 ft. 1 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.; and a saddlebag,
Afghanistan, (end fraying, holes), 4 ft. x 2 ft.
$400-600
148
Approximately Thirty-seven Assorted
Mostly Porcelain items, including a pair
of Meissen floral-decorated plates with
reticulated rims, a set of five putti-decorated
Limoges saucers, and a brass-mounted floral-
enameled box, ht. to 6 1/4, dia. to 9 1/4 in.
$200-400
149
American School, 20th Century
Autumn Forest. Signed “Cora L. Livingston”
l.r. Oil on canvas, sight size 22 3/8 x 27 1/2
in., framed. Condition: Craquelure, significant
edge wear/losses especially along right side of
canvas, surface grime, scattered abrasions.
$100-150
150
Fifteen Pieces of Miniature Furniture, a six-
piece set with floral enameling: two armchairs,
two side chairs, a settee, and a table; a
six-piece set with needlepoint upholstery: an
armrocker, a side chair, an ottoman, a table, a
settee, and an armchair; two figural-enameled
chairs, and a carved wooden drum table,
(damage), ht. to 4 3/4 in.
$200-300
151
Forty-eight Assorted Glass Tableware
Items, including a set of eight ruby cut-to-
clear wineglasses with cut fans, a set of
eight aqua cut-to-clear wineglasses, and two
cordials, one blue cup and one green cup,
with colorless glass figural stems, ht. to 7 in.
$300-500
152
Gilt-bronze and Ebonized Wood Wall
Bracket, 20th century, with scrolled and
reeded supports and a swag and tassel
pendant, ht. 15, wd. 20 1/2, dp. 11 1/2 in.
$200-400
153
Qashqai Bagface, Southwest Persia, early
20th century, (small rewoven area in border), 2
ft. x 1 ft. 10 in.
$150-250
154
Two Trays, 19th/20th century, a red tole tray
depicting birds and flowers, and an oval inlaid-
mahogany tray with conch medallion, brass
handles, rim with alternating light and dark
veneer, lg. to 17 1/2, wd. to 24 1/4 in.
$100-200
155
George III-style Linen Press, the upper
section with dentil molded cornice, two burl
walnut veneered, urn-inlaid and paneled
doors, the lower section with two short over
three graduated long cockbeaded drawers,
on bracket feet, (rear left foot detached,
backboard cut for TV access), ht. 81, wd. 39
3/4, dp. 22 in.
Provenance: Property of the historic Charles
Street Inn, Boston.
$300-400
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Pair of Torch-form Caldwell Gilt-metal and
Glass Wall Sconces, ht. 19 1/4, wd. 7, dp.
7 1/2 in.
$200-300
157
Three Vienna Porcelain Covered Urns,
19th/20th century, one pair with dark blue
ground depicting children, and a single
urn depicting muses and putti on a green
ground, all with gilt foliate decoration, (minor
imperfections), ht. to 14 1/4, dia. to 5 1/2 in.
$400-600
158
Twenty Assorted Decorative Items,
including four framed fans, seven giltwood wall
brackets; three pairs and one single, and a
pair of brass-bound, cobalt-enameled vases
with brass flowers, ht. to 16 in.
$200-400
159
Twenty-seven Pieces of Cut Glass
Stemware, twelve champagne glasses, and
fifteen wines of varying sizes, with cut fan and
sawtooth patterns, ht. to 6 1/4 in.
$150-250
160
American School, 20th Century
Fish Drying Racks, Lofoton, Norway.
Signed “M.H. Betts” and titled l.r. Watercolor
on paper, sight size 16 3/4 x 22 12 in., framed
(under glass). Condition: Paper rippling, not
examined out of frame.
$100-150
161
Charles M. Lesaar (American, 1884-1941)
California Hills. Signed “Lesaar” l.r. Oil on
canvas, sight size 24 1/2 x 29 1/2 in., framed.
Condition: Surface grime, minor abrasions,
scattered losses, minor canvas deformation.
Provenance: Gift from the present owner’s
grand-uncle, Vincent Ruhlman, Ruhlman’s Art
Gallery, Oakland, California, to his parents, c.
1939.
$200-300
162
Fifteen Ceramic Cat-related Vessels,
including a Copeland vase, a blue and white
basket with two cats, and a KPM porcelain
basket with applied flowers and two cats, ht.
to 6, wd. to 6 1/4, dp. to 5 3/4 in.
$250-350
163
Two Sligh–Lowry Ply-curves Chairs,
Holland, Michigan, 1951-62, the armless
molded and laminated seat and back raised
on four brass rod legs, branded mark on base
of one seat, ht. 32, wd. 17 1/2 in.
$200-300
164
Group of Miscellaneous Asian Items,
including a pair of earthenware figural
candlesticks, a bronze covered pot, and a
carved ruyi scepter, ht. to 17 1/2 in.
$200-250
165
Six Pairs of Vienna Porcelain Covered
Urns, late 19th or early 20th century, depicting
figural scenes with classical figures, on blue
ground with gilt foliate decoration, ht. to 9 3/4
in.
$500-700
166
Nine Mostly Brass Lighting Devices, 18th
to 20th century, two pairs and three single
candlesticks, a hanging oil lamp, and a
menorah, ht. to 12 1/2 in.
$200-300
167
Seventeen Continental Porcelain Figures,
a spill vase with applied flowers and putto,
two figural scenes depicting a child and ram
pulling a cart, and various porcelain shoes, ht.
to 7 1/4, wd. to 11 1/4 in.
$300-500
168
Ten Decorative Items, a Manchester
sterling cup, two Continental silver boxes, an
ecclesiastical terra-cotta wall plaque, three
icons, a small lacquered box, an embossed
incense burner, and an enameled and
engraved box, ht. to 10 in.
$200-250
169
Large Group of Copper and Brass
Domestic Items, including a hand-hammered
copper pitcher, a large brass-mounted copper
kettle, various copper molds, and four brass
repoussé chargers, ht. to 18 in.
$200-250
170
George III Welsh Oak Pewter Cupboard,
late 18th century, narrow upper shelved
section on a deep base with a row of three
drawers above a lower plinth on four block
feet, ht. 78 1/2, wd. 72, dp. 18 1/2 in.
$500-700
171
Group of Decorative Items, set of four
wooden casters, two metal sewing birds,
a brass desktop calendar on marble base,
a marquetry-inlaid Art Nouveau desktop
barometer, four choppers, and a Swiss brass
compass, ht. to 8 in.
$200-250
172
Four Bronze Portrait Plaques, one of
Ferdinand Foch by Allen Newman, one of
Charles Albert Coffin by Henry Hering, and
two Edward Berge plaques of children, ht. to
11 1/2, wd. to 8 3/4 in.
$300-500
173
Twenty-three-piece Nymphenburg Floral-
decorated Dessert and Tea Service, second
half 20th century, a teapot, coffeepot, four
dessert plates and four saucers, and other
miscellaneous pieces, ht. to 8, dia. to 8 1/2 in.
$300-500
174
Approximately Twenty-three Continental
Porcelain Items, including a tea set with
applied daisies, a pair of covered vases with
polychrome floral decoration and crossed
sword marks, and a round covered box with
floral finial and moth- and foliate-decorated
body, ht. to 10 1/4 in.
$300-500
175
Velvet Runner, Italy, 19th century, (wear
throughout), 7 ft. 7 in. x 2 ft.
Provenance: Estate of Grover Schiltz.
$200-300
176
Set of Twelve Red and White Copeland
Spode “Trade Winds” Plates, 20th century,
dia. 10 in.
$200-400
177
Twenty-three German Floral-decorated
Ceramic Tableware Items, 20th century,
including a square bowl with pierced rim, and
a set of four plates and two bowls, ht. to 3
3/4, wd. to 9 1/2, dp. to 9 1/2 in.
$300-500
178
Group of 19th and 20th Century Books,
including various volumes of Lord Lytton’s
Novels, Voyages Round the World by Edmund
Fanning, and a set of Dickens’s Works.
$200-300
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Black, Starr, and Frost Brass Three-arm
Mirrored Sconce, New York, 19th/20th
century, the frame with two figural masks,
foliate elements, three scrolled arms and a
beveled-glass mirror, (imperfections), ht. 19,
wd. 17, dp. 8 in.
$200-300
180
Queen Anne Mahogany Gate-leg Table,
possibly Ireland, 18th century, drop-leaf top
raised on four turned legs with shell carving to
each knee, terminating in spade feet, ht. 28,
wd. 48, dp. closed 17 in.
$350-450
181
Sixteen Porcelain Shoes, 19th century,
including examples from Meissen and KPM,
ht. to 8 3/4 in.
$500-700
182
Nineteen Mostly Ceramic Animal Figures,
including a brass and turned wood rabbit
canister, and miscellaneous rabbit figures, ht.
to 8 1/4 in.
$200-400
183
Royal Doulton English Renaissance
China Service for Twelve, 20th century,
approximately 125 pieces.
$400-600
184
Five Assorted Glass Vases and Compotes,
Simon Pearce and Wedgwood vases, a Lenox
compote, an unsigned vase depicting deer,
and a blown-molded amethyst vase, ht. to 8
1/4 in.
$200-250
185
Five Vienna Porcelain Covered Urns,
late 19th century, each with gilt foliage and
hand-painted figural panels depicting classical
scenes, (imperfections), ht. to 13 1/2, wd. to 7
1/2, dp. to 5 1/4 in.
$500-700
186
Set of Twelve Blue and White Wedgwood
“Yale” Plates, 20th century, (imperfections),
dia. 10 3/4 in.
$200-300
187
Hamadan Long Rug, Northwest Persia,
(missing approximately one inch at both ends),
9 ft. x 2 ft. 6 in.
$200-300
188
Fifteen Assorted Glass Items, a yellow
quilted cased-glass bowl with ruffled rim, an
opalescent fruit-form box, and two glasses
with figural stems: a woman and a seahorse,
ht. to 10 1/4 in.
$400-600
189
American School, 19th Century
Landscape with Fallen Tree. Unsigned, with
a canvas stencil from Meade, Dodge & Co.,
Boston, Massachusetts, on the reverse. Oil
on canvas, stretched with Boston tabs, 16 x
24 in., framed. Condition: Restored tear or
puncture l.c., retouch, scattered minor losses.
Provenance: Estate of Charles P. Fisher.
$250-350
190
Haitian School, 20th Century
Market Scene. Signed l.r., possibly “Carlos
Valers.” Tempera on panel, sight size 19 1/4
x 11 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Scattered
abrasions, bumping to corners, scattered
losses, surface grime.
$100-150
191
Approximately Thirty Decorative Items,
including a small cloisonné vase, a miniature
brass Campeche chair, and four small
enameled boxes, ht. to 7 1/2 in.
$200-300
192
Two Pieces of Cobalt-decorated Italian
Mugello Pottery, 19th/20th century, a pitcher
with foliate motifs, and a covered jar with
chevron design, ht. to 8 in.
$300-500
193
Swiss Thoune Earthenware Charger, late
19th/early 20th century, the basin depicting a
hand-painted lake scene, with floral-decorated
rim and banding, inscribed on reverse “Tells-
Kapelle,” dia. 14 1/4 in.
$300-500
194
George III Mahogany Bureau Bookcase,
late 18th/early 19th century, stepped cornice
above two cabinet doors enclosing a shelved
interior on a slant-lid desk with a felt writing
surface a fitted interior above three rows of
drawers on later bracket feet, ht. 76 1/2, wd.
30 3/4, dp. 17 1/2 in.
$500-700
195
Thirty-four English Ceramic Items, including
a set of twelve Imari-palette porcelain items:
six saucers, three teacups and three coffee
cups; and a set of eighteen Caldon teaware
items, ht. to 3 3/4 in.
$150-250
196
Kurdish Rug, Northwest Persia, late 19th
century, (wear throughout, crude repairs, two
holes in field at upper end), 10 ft. 4 in. x 4 ft.
8 in.
Provenance: Estate of Grover Schiltz.
$300-500
197
Five Crystal Vases, 20th century, two
Waterford vases, an unsigned rose bowl and
trumpet-form vase, and an Orrefors vase, ht.
to 10 1/4 in.
$250-350
198
Nine Ceramic Tableware Items, Europe,
19th and 20th century, three floral-decorated
porcelain cups and saucers, a ceramic teapot
modeled after the Temple of Apollo, and a
covered, paw-footed tureen and underplate
with gilt accents, ht. to 6 3/4, wd. to 8 1/2,
dp. to 7 in.
$200-250
199
H. Vance Swope (American, 1879-1926)
Bathing. Unsigned, titled and inscribed to
reverse. Oil on canvasboard, sight size 7 1/4
x 9 5/8 in., framed. Condition: Surface grime,
minor abrasions.
$400-600
200
Approximately Thirty-seven Miniature
Porcelain Items, including a Spode tea set, a
German porcelain tea set, and various figures,
ht. to 4 1/2 in.
$300-500
201
Blown and Etched Glass Commemorative
Chalice, England, 1937, commemorating the
coronation of King George VI, the stem with
an orb containing a coronation token, ht. 9
1/2 in.
$200-300
202
Set of Six Kosta Glass Decanters and a
Glass Dome, 20th century, (imperfections), ht.
to 8 3/4 in.
$200-250
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Konya Kilim, Central Anatolia, late 19th
century, (wear and crude repairs throughout,
soiled areas), 14 ft. 5 in. x 5 ft. 2 in.
Provenance: Estate of Grover Schiltz.
$500-700
204
Approximately Twenty-two Small
Decorative Items, including a colorless glass
covered box with pink guilloche enamel lid, a
pink glass grapevine stopper, and a millefiori
glass doorknob, ht. to 4 1/2 in.
$150-250
205
Five Vienna Porcelain Covered Urns,
19th/20th century, two pairs and a single urn,
each with hand-painted figural scenes, foliate
and floral decoration, and gilt trim, ht. to 10
1/2, wd. to 6, dp. to 4 1/2 in.
$600-800
206
Two Wood Figures of Buddha, China, one
seated on a lotus base; the other on a double-
lotus base, decorated with gold/gilt color, ht.
to 14 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$400-600
207
Group of Oceanic and African Items,
including a boomerang with a kangaroo
depiction, stamped on reverse “Made by
Australian Aboriginals,” miscellaneous spears
and other weapons, and a trunk.
$200-400
208
Nineteen Porcelain Figures, ht. to 5 3/4 in.
$200-300
209
Set of Twelve Yellow Etched Wineglasses,
with gilt trim and accents, floral etching, and a
quatrefoil-form cup and base, ht. 7 in.
$200-400
210
Jessie McDermott (American, 19th
Century)
Three Foolish Fairies, for St. Nicholas
Magazine, April 1882. Initialed l.r., identified
on a label on the reverse, and bearing a poem
“The Foolish Fairies” by Margaret Johnson
to the reverse. Pen and ink on paper, sight
size 13 x 10 3/8 in., framed (under glass).
Condition: Mat burn, subtle overall toning, not
examined out of frame.
$200-300
211
Continental School, 19th Century
Fox and Rooster. Unsigned. Oil on board,
round format dia. 8 5/8 in., framed. Condition:
Surface grime.
$300-400
212
Fifteen Small Ceramic Items, eight portrait
plaques, a set of four floral-decorated Dresden
saucers, two small dishes, and a salad plate,
ht. to 3 3/4 in.
$150-250
213
Columbia Dictionary Stand, an Oak Book
Rack, and Two Boxes, and Associated
Ephemera, ht. to 48 in.
$200-250
214
Five Wedgwood Dark Blue Jasper Dip
Items, 19th and 20th century, a teapot, biscuit
jar, covered sugar, covered box, and a pitcher,
(damage), ht. to 6 1/2, wd. to 8 3/4, dp. to 5
1/2 in.
$150-250
215
Gilded Gothic Revival Mirror with Reverse-
painted Glass, mid-19th century, with
pierced scrolling, quatrefoils, and applied
bosses surrounding the molded arched mirror
frame above a molded rectangular reserve
with reverse-painted glass depicting figures
farming, flanked by three gilded scrolled cast
iron candleholders, (glass cracked), 27 x 13
1/4 in. overall.
$200-300
216
Six Decorative Ceramic, Glass, and Metal
Items, a Camerden & Forster brass-mounted,
enameled, and pierced ceramic clock with
brass masks of women flanking a central
brass bust of a child, a pair of floral-enameled
cranberry overlay glass vases mounted as
lamps, two miscellaneous vases mounted as
lamps, and an Italian pierced pottery pedestal,
ht. to 26 in.
$200-300
217
Seven Pieces of European Glass, five
mostly enameled glasses, including one with
quatrefoil base and gilt trim and a pair with
floral-decorated cranberry glass stems; and
two Venetian glass plates, ht. to 8 in.
$200-300
218
Samuel Edmonston (British, 1825-1904)
Mountain Landscape. Signed and inscribed
“Color 1888” l.l. Mixed media on paper, sight
size 16 3/8 x 22 1/4 in., framed (under glass).
Condition: Minor foxing, not examined out of
frame.
$300-400
219
Brass and Tin Bouillotte Lamp, ht. 24 1/2,
dia. 15 in.
$300-500
220
Kashan Rug, Central Persia, second quarter
20th century, (reselvaged), 6 ft. 8 in. x 4 ft.
$200-300
221
Wooden Stand, China, rectangular, with
scroll-end feet, ht. to 3 1/4, lg. to 18 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
222
Nine Vienna Porcelain Lidded Urns, late
19th or early 20th century, four pairs and one
single urn, all on red ground, with gilt foliate
decoration and hand-painted figural scenes,
ht. to 8 3/4 in.
$700-900
223
Two Pairs of Spelter Figures, two graces
and two cavaliers, (loss), ht. to 21 1/2 in.
$300-500
224
Group of Mostly Ceramic Objects, 20th
century, five German porcelain figures, a
figural-decorated ceramic lamp with gilt trim
and a pierced metal base, and a silhouette of
an officer, ht. to 31 in.
$400-600
225
Gendje Rug, South Central Caucasus, late
19th century, (wear throughout), 5 ft. 10 in. x
4 ft.
Provenance: Estate of Grover Schiltz.
$400-600
226
Afshar Rug, Southeast Persia, late 19th
century, (crease repair, several small holes,
selvage wear), 5 ft. 3 in. x 4 ft. 1 in.
$150-250
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Six Ceramic Figural Decanters, five include
Ducks Unlimited, and a hound, (damage), ht.
to 9 1/2 in.
$250-350
228
Louis XV-style French Provincial Cherry
Armoire, 19th century, with a later cornice
above two doors with brass escutcheons,
above a shaped apron on four squat cabriole
feet, ht. 72 1/2, wd. 52 1/2, dp. 22 in.
$400-600
229
Swiss Thoune Hand-painted Earthenware
Charger, late 19th/early 20th century, the
basin depicting a mountainside lake scene,
with floral medallions decorating the rim, dia.
13 in.
$300-500
230
Small Group of Decorative and Dresser
Items, including a carved hand-form back
scratcher, a group of miniature prayer mats,
two tack-initialed pincushions, and an
assortment of patches and buttons, lg. to 8 in.
$150-250
231
Five Colored Glass Items, 20th century,
a amethyst goblet, a red art glass vase, a
swirled blue glass compote, and two glass
orbs, ht. to 15 1/2, dia. to 10 in.
$300-500
232
Rosewood-framed Chinese Reverse-
painting on Glass of a Woman, mid-19th
century, (imperfections), lg. 12, wd. 7 3/4 in.
$100-150
233
Four Carved African/Oceanic Polychrome
Wood Figure Masks and Two Bark Bags,
approx. ht. to 46 in.
$300-400
234
Four Enameled Birds, two cloisonné birds
perched atop bases, and two enameled brass
birds, decorated in blue, red, and black, ht. to
5 1/2, wd. to 7 in.
$100-125
235
Chinese Chippendale-style Gilt Pagoda
Mirror, the pagoda cresting over a bird and
foliate-carved gilt frame, lg. 48 1/4, wd. 29
1/2 in.
$200-250
236
Oak Mission-style Desk, early to mid-20th
century, the rectangular top with rounded
corners on a single drawer case with side
bookshelves, raised on square legs, ht. 30,
wd. 40, dp. 24 in.
$250-350
237
Group of Blue Transfer-decorated
Tableware, including three Italian Scenery
pattern saucers, and a pair of Enoch Wood &
Sons Cashiobury Hertfordshire plates, dia. to
10 1/4 in.
$300-500
238
Spanish Colonial-style Carved Wood
Cherub, 19th century, ht. 19 1/2 in.
$100-150
239
Joe Gropper (American, 1925-1999)
Reclining Nude, 1951. Signed and dated u.l.
Oil on board, sight size 23 5/8 x 35 1/2 in.,
framed. Condition: Surface abrasions, grime,
minor losses.
$300-400
240
Alena Dostalova (Czech, 20th Century)
Still Life with Plate of Apples. Signed l.r.,
identified on the reverse on an exhibition
brochure from Collectors’ Art Inc., Atlanta,
Georgia, 1966. Oil on board, sight size 11
5/8 x 15 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Surface
grime, some rippling of surface, minor
abrasions.
$200-300
241
French “Baker’s” Wall Clock, 19th/20th
century, with mother-of-pearl-inlaid clock face
and an enameled Roman numeral dial reading
“Blanc Aubenas,” ht. 24 1/2, wd. 19, dp. 5 in.
$200-300
242
Two Pairs of Continental Porcelain Covered
Urns, late 19th/early 20th century, a pair of
large urns with gilded and enameled floral
decoration and central friezes of classical
scenes after Angelica Kaufmann, and a small
pair of urns with green ground and hand-
painted classical scene and gilded decoration,
ht. to 17 3/4, wd. to 8, dp. to 7 in.
$500-700
243
Continental Framed and Hand-painted
Porcelain Plaque, 19th century, with gilt
accents, depicting a mother and three
children, signed “Boucher,” lg. 10, wd. 12 1/2
in.
$200-250
244
Heywood Wakefield Maple Bedroom Suite,
a pair of nightstands, a pair of chests of
drawers, and a pair of beds, ht. to 33, wd. to
58 in.
$400-600
245
Floral-decorated Pottery and Brass Dairy
Outfit Co. Milk Pail, (loss), ht. 16, dia. 17 in.
$150-200
246
Hamadan Long Rug, Northwest Persia,
late 19th/early 20th century, (crease wear,
reovercast), 9 ft. 4 in. x 3 ft.
$200-300
247
Tekke Rug, West Turkestan, late 19th/early
20th century, (reselvaged, large patch and
hole at left side, wear throughout), 7 ft. x 6 ft.
1 in.
$200-300
248
Glass and Brass Hall Lantern, approx. ht.
20 in.
$100-125
249
American School, 20th Century
Still Life with Bowl of Flowers. Signed
l.r., possibly “Daniel Mael.” Oil on canvas,
sight size 23 1/4 x 19 in., framed. Condition:
Good.
$300-400
250
Group of Decorative Accessories, including
a ceramic floriform inkstand, a globular-form
teapot and cup with blue and gilt band, and
a pair of Chinese plates with green-enameled
dragons, clouds, and celestial pearls, ht. to 4
3/4, dia. to 7 in.
$400-600
251
Set of Eight Emerald Wineglasses, 20th
century, the faceted cups on baluster-form
stems, ht. 5 in.
$150-200
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Egginton Cut Glass Vase, with hobstars, the
base stamped with a star, ht. 7, dia. 7 3/4 in.
$100-150
253
Oriental-style Machine-made Carpet, 20th
century, (selvage wear, moth damage), 10 ft. 8
in. x 8 ft. 7 in.
$250-350
254
Set of Twelve Lenox Boehm Bird Plates,
third quarter 20th century, in original boxes.
$300-500
255
Majolica Planter and Stand, with molded
foliate motifs on a mottled green and brown
ground, ht. 25 1/2, dia. 11 1/2 in.
$300-500
256
Classical Gentleman’s Shaving Mirror, early
19th century, the rectangular mirror joined
by reeded stiles and scrolled supports, on a
square case with elliptical front and beaded
single drawer, mounted with brass rosettes
and paw feet, (damage), ht. 25 1/2, wd. 20,
dp. 10 in.
$200-250
257
George III Mahogany Cellarette, England,
late 18th/early 19th century, octagonal, the
hinged lid with boxwood stringing and a
central burlwood medallion, interior with an
inset lead liner, raised on four rectangular
fluted legs terminating in caster feet, ht. 22
1/2, wd. 19 3/4 in.
$250-350
258
Pressed Glass Compote, the lobed bowl
with Greek-key band, raised on a columnar
shaft, ht. 12 1/2, dia. 12 3/4 in.
$200-250
259
Two Polychrome Cast Iron Doorstops, a
house and a peacock, ht. to 8, wd. to 8 1/4 in.
$200-250
260
Rifka (née Angelovitch) Angel (Russian/
American, 1899-1988)
Anemones and Hands, 1963. Signed and
dated l.r., titled and inscribed on the reverse.
Encaustic on panel, sight size 47 x 22 1/2 in.,
framed. Condition: Surface grime.
$200-300
261
Dora Pintner (American, 20th Century)
Villefranche, French Riviera. Signed l.r.,
titled and inscribed on the reverse. Watercolor
on paper, sheet size 19 3/4 x 23 3/4 in.,
unframed. Condition: Paper rippling, tack
holes to corners, minor soiling.
$150-250
262
Six Vintage Golf Clubs, all irons, with
wooden shafts, by Aron Heath, T. Stewart,
Winchester, James Spence, Walter Hagen,
and George Nichols.
$100-150
263
Dedham Pottery Rabbit Jug, a Blue Art
Pottery Bowl, and Two-piece Georg Jensen
Sterling-handled Horn Salad Set, ht. to 3,
wd. to 6 1/4 in.
$150-250
264
Mettlach Stoneware Stein, the one litre stein
with hinged pewter lid, with blue-glazed floral
bands framing an engraved scene of two men,
ht. 10 1/2 in.
$200-250
265
Three Pairs of Vienna Porcelain Covered
Urns, late 19th/early 20th century, with gilt
decoration and trim on blue ground, each with
hand-painted classical figural scenes, ht. to
12 1/4 in.
$700-900
266
Molded Sheet Copper Codfish
Weathervane, late 20th century, full-body
molded sheet copper figure, with stand and
directionals, lg. 12, wd. 25 1/2 in.
$200-250
267
Pair of Black Marble Garden Urns, ht. 12
1/4, dia. 12 in.
$300-500
268
Rifka (née Angelovitch) Angel (Russian/
American, 1899-1988)
Poetry Since the Liberation, 1958. Signed
and dated l.c., titled within the composition.
Encaustic on panel, sight size 28 x 29 1/2 in.,
framed. Condition: Surface grime, scattered
flaking losses.
$200-300
269
Two Pieces of Miniature Furniture and a
Postage Scale, a miniature Victorian mirrored
dresser and carved one-drawer mirrored
armoire, and a brass and iron postage scale,
ht. to 22, wd. to 19 in.
$200-400
270
Paine Classical-style Inlaid Mahogany
Glazed Bookcase, the molded top with
elliptical central section over marquetry-inlaid
friezes of scrolled foliage, three glazed and
banded hinged doors opening to a shelved
interior, all flanked by columnar supports, ht.
62 1/2, wd. 71, dp. 18 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
271
Three Miscellaneous Boxes, 19th century,
a Georgian mahogany tea caddy with
lightwood-inlaid edges and escutcheon,
tortoiseshell box with inlaid stringing and with
eight interior compartments, and a burl veneer
traveling desk box with brass-inlaid edges,
(damage), ht. to 10 1/2, wd. to 12 1/2, dp. 6
1/4 in.
$200-250
272
Twenty-one Copper Lustre Vessels,
including a jug with floral-decorated pink lustre
band, a cup with mocha and blue banding,
and a molded jug depicting a forest scene
with stags, ht. to 6 1/2 in.
$300-500
273
Thirteen Mostly Metal Religious Items,
including an Russian enameled-brass triptych
icon, a carved, polychrome wall plaque, and a
brass cross, ht. to 10 3/4 in.
$200-250
274
Two Figural Items, a stone and gilt-metal
bowl depicting a woman with skis, and a
bronze figure of a dancer on a slate base,
signed “Morante,” ht. to 9, dia. 8 in.
$300-500
275
Two Northwest Persian Rugs, late 19th/early
20th century, a Hamadan, (wear throughout,
reovercast, new fringes), 6 ft. 7 in. x 4 ft. 1
in.; and a long rug, (wear throughout, painted
area, missing approximately an inch at both
ends), 10 ft. x 3 ft. 4 in.
$300-500
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Royal Doulton Earthenware Pitcher and
Washbowl, England, early 20th century, green
ground below a wide river landscape border
with trees, printed marks, bowl dia. 15 1/4,
pitcher ht. 12 3/4 in.
$250-350
277
Large Group of Peruvian Horse Hunt
Transfer-decorated Tableware, 19th century,
including a tricolor tea set, (imperfections), ht.
to 9 1/2 in.
$600-800
278
Continental Walnut-veneered Sofa Table,
mid-19th century, ovoid top with book-
matched veneer and with a single frieze
drawer, raised on two pedestal legs joined
by a turned stretcher on two scrolled sleigh
feet, ht. 28 1/4, wd. 51, dp. 24 1/2; together
with an associated mahogany side chair with
a gilded feather splat back and upholstered
seat, ht. 35 3/4 in.
$350-450
279
Nine Blue and White Dutch Delft Plates,
18th and 19th century, (damage), dia. to 9
1/2 in.
$300-500
280
Seven Small Continental Porcelain Urns,
19th century, a pair of lidded urns with dark
green ground, with central classical friezes,
a pair of gilt and enamel-decorated portrait
urns with dark blue ground, a pair of lidded
urns with applied flowers, and a single lidded
urn with polychrome friezes of couples, (minor
imperfections), ht. to 8, wd. to 3 1/2, dp. to 2
1/2 in.
$200-400
281
Pair of Pewter Swedish Candleholders, ht.
2 1/4, dia. 8 3/4 in.
$200-300
282
Continental Engraved Rectangular Bronze
Tray, with foliate-engraved motifs, depicting
five figures and script, lg. 16 3/4, wd. 22 3/4
in.
$200-400
283
Parian Figure of Marion of Rylstone, 19th
century, impressed on reverse “Marwal Inc.,”
and “F.M. Miller SC,” ht. 20, wd. 9, dp. 14 in.
$150-250
284
Sixty-eight Pieces of Russel Wright
Tableware, from various makers including
Steubenville and Iroquois.
$400-600
285
Nine Assembled Georgian-style Elm
Ladder-back Chairs, Lancashire or Cheshire,
mid-19th century, each with rush seats, three
armchairs and six side chairs, ht. to 43 1/2 in.
$350-450
286
Three Blue and White Dutch Delft
Chargers, 18th/19th century, the basins with
foliate decorations, (damage), dia. to 14 in.
$200-400
287
Twenty-one Mostly Art Glass
Paperweights, including a bird-form, an
apple-form, an assortment of floral and
millefiori, and a millefiori bottle, ht. to 6 3/4 in.
$300-500
288
Nineteen Tin Royal Commemorative
Items, a pair of Edward Sharp & Sons red tea
cannisters with portraits of King Charles and
Queen Elizabeth, a teapot commemorating
Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee, and a biscuit
tin with serpentine edges, depicting Windsor
Castle, Osborn, Sandringham, and Balmoral,
ht. to 7 in.
$200-400
289
George Zachary Constant (American, 1892-
1978)
Couple, c. 1962. Monogrammed and dated
l.r. Color monotype on handmade paper,
sheet size 12 x 9 1/2 in., framed (under glass).
Condition: Rippling, not examined out of
frame.
$100-150
290
Rifka (née Angelovitch) Angel (Russian/
American, 1899-1988)
Oxen. Signed l.r., titled and inscribed on
the reverse. Encaustic on artist board, sight
size 14 3/4 x 16 3/4 in., framed. Condition:
Flaking losses, craquelure, abrasions, dust
and grime.
$150-250
291
Nine Mostly Bisque Porcelain Figures,
Germany, 19th and 20th century, including
two scenes with dogs, a swan-form sleigh
vessel, and a Mary and Child scene, ht. to 12
1/4 in.
$200-300
292
Asian Primitive Carved Hardwood Bench,
ht. 27 1/2, wd. 68, dp. 18 in.
$200-300
293
Six Polychrome Dutch Delft Plates, 19th
and 20th century, including two plates with
war bonnet decoration, (damage), dia. to 9 in.
$200-300
294
Continental Porcelain Figural Centerpiece,
19th century, the reticulated and floral-painted
bowl with gilt C-scrolls and applied flowers
supported by three entwined putti figures, on
a plinth base with foliate-molded panels, ht.
15, dia. 11 in.
$300-500
295
Twenty-two Royal Commemorative Items,
including a Minton’s chalice commemorating
King George and Queen Elizabeth’s first visit
to the US, four John Maddock & Sons Royal
Ivory plates, and a Royal Staffordshire Pottery
wine jug for the coronation of King George VI
and Queen Elizabeth, ht. to 8 in.
$200-400
296
Tekke Rug, West Turkestan, early 20th
century, (end fraying, minor moth damage), 6
ft. 7 in. x 4 ft. 2 in.
$200-400
297
Pair of German Dresden-type Hand-
painted Floral-decorated Porcelain Urns
with Covers, (breaks), ht. 19 in.
$100-150
298
Seventeen Vintage Fountain Pens
and Writing Instruments and Twelve
Pocketknives.
$200-400
299
Rifka (née Angelovitch) Angel (Russian/
American, 1899-1988)
Bouquet of Zinnias. Signed l.r., titled and
inscribed on the reverse. Encaustic on panel,
sight size 15 x 14 1/2 in., framed. Condition:
Craquelure, abrasions, surface grime, losses.
$150-250
300
Six Pieces of Japanese Imari Porcelain,
19th/20th century, a charger, a lobed bowl,
and a set of four small plates, dia. to 13 1/4 in.
$300-500
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Twenty-six Royal Commemorative
Items, 19th and 20th century, including a
frosted glass creamer for Friedrich Wilhelm,
a porcelain bust of Queen Victoria, and
a Copeland Spode cobalt-decorated
earthenware decanter with white relief portraits
of King George V and Queen Mary, ht. to 9 in.
$250-350
302
Four Pieces of Floral-decorated High Gloss
Dutch Pottery Vessels, 20th century, a small,
double-handled Zenith jug, a Zuid shoe, a
bulbous Gouda ewer, and an Arnhem ovoid
vase, ht. to 11 1/4 in.
$400-600
303
Khamseh Rug, Southwest Persia, late 19th
century, (approximately two inches rewoven at
both ends, wear, brown oxidation), 6 ft. 8 in.
x 4 ft. 9 in.
$400-600
304
Large Group of Copper Cookware, including
various sized pots, four molds; one heart-
form, and a copper and brass Joseph Long
thermometer.
$600-800
305
Pair of Oak Arts & Crafts Planter Side
Tables, early 20th century, ht. 24, wd. 37 3/4,
dp. 10 3/4 in.
$400-600
306
Ten Pieces of Mostly Colorless Cut Glass,
two small green cut-to-clear vases, two ovoid
celery dishes, two trumpet-form vases, a
compote, a small bud vase, and a pair of small
finger bowls, ht. to 8 1/4, wd. to 11 1/2, dp.
to 6 1/4 in.
$200-300
307
Five Pairs of Assorted Ceramic Vessels,
including a porcelain and gilt-brass-mounted
ewer, the central medallion with hand-
painted figural scene, and a small floral-
enameled pitcher with bulbous neck, (minor
imperfections), ht. to 12 in.
$350-450
308
Five Dutch Delft Chargers, including a
polychrome bowl depicting a horse and rider,
and a polychrome charger with war bonnet
decoration, (damage), dia. to 14 in.
$200-400
309
Three Pieces of Cranberry Glass, late 19th
century, a late Victorian cruet with thumbprint
pattern, and a threaded cranberry fingerbowl
and underplate with ruffled rim, ht. to. 10 in.
$200-250
310
Raymond Chavoya (American, b. 1929)
Sophisticates. Unsigned, identified on a label
on the reverse from the E.C.F. Art Center, Los
Angeles, California. Etching on paper, sight
size 11 1/2 x 7 1/4 in., matted and unframed.
Condition: Affixed to mat, mat burn, some
rippling to paper, overall toning.
$100-150
311
Jack Levine (American, 1915-2010)
Portrait of a Man. Signed within the
plate, signed or inscribed in pencil l.r., and
numbered “27/50” in pencil l.l. Lithograph on
paper, sight size 16 1/2 x 12 1/2 in., framed.
Condition: Not examined out of frame.
$100-150
312
Set of Thirteen Pieces of Mintons
Ironstone, 19th century, eleven shallow
bowls, and two large platters, one well-
and-tree, with rose decoration throughout,
(imperfections), lg. to 16 1/2, wd. to 21 in.
$200-300
313
Four Steuben Colorless Glass Bowls, 20th
century, a floriform bowl, and three footed
bowls, ht. to 5 1/4, dia. to 10 in.
$500-700
314
Eight Pieces of Copeland Felspar
Porcelain, 19th century, three cups, two
bowls, two plates and a warming tray,
with cobalt ground and gilt foliate accents,
(imperfections), ht. 2, wd. to 14 1/4, dp. to
10 in.
$300-500
315
Classical Mahogany Upholstered Sofa,
America, 19th century, a scrolled cresting and
arms on a carved ropetwist frame, with floral
upholstery, supported on downswept legs
and brass paw casters, ht. 29 1/2, wd. 88,
dp. 28 in.
$400-600
316
Seven Blue and White Dutch Delft Vases,
19th and 20th century, including a hexagonal-
faceted and ribbed covered vase with
lion-form finial, and two vases with panels
depicting landscapes, (cracks and chips), ht.
to 17 1/2 in.
$200-400
317
Five Pieces of Colorless Glass, a pair of
Steuben bowls with scrolled handles, a Daum
bell, and two intaglio-etched dishes; one a
lion, the other of the Harvard crest, ht. to 5 in.
$200-250
318
Marcel Vertes (French, 1895-1961)
Two Theatrical Prints. Each signed within
the plate l.r., numbered “19/30” and “3/25”
in pencil l.l. Color lithographs on paper with
hand-coloring in gouache, sight size to 19 1/4
x 26 in., framed. Condition: Toning.
$100-150
319
Twenty-six Amber Glass Tableware Items,
a set of six amber cut-to-clear dessert plates,
a set of two cordials, nine champagne and
nine wine glasses, all with swirled stems, ht.
to 7 1/2 in.
$225-300
320
Two Pairs of Figural Girandoles, a pair of
three-lights with man and woman shafts, and
a pair of single lights with hunter-form shafts,
all with cut prism pendants, ht. to 18 in.
$200-250
321
Set of Five Rococo Revival Carved
Mahogany Side Chairs, mid-19th century,
the back and splat comprised of carved
and pierced cyma-scrolls, on a velvet
overupholstered serpentine seat and cabriole
legs, (repair), ht. 39, wd. 18, dp. 20 in.
$400-600
322
Two Fireplace Items, a floral-pierced brass
fender with cast paw feet, and a wire mesh
fireplace screen, ht. to 33 1/2, wd. to 46 1/4,
dp. to 13 1/2 in.
$200-250
323
Set of Six Lenox Sterling-mounted Crème
Brûlée Cups and Forks, 20th century, 11.77
troy oz.
$200-250
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324
Five Blue and White Dutch Delft Vases,
19th and 20th century, with allover decoration
of birds, flowers, and scrolled foliage; one vase
depicting a figural scene, another chinoiserie-
decorated, (damage), ht. to 19 in.
$300-500
325
Two Turkoman-style Rugs, Pakistan, 20th
century, a small rug, (selvage wear), 5 ft. 10 in.
x 2 ft. 3 in.; and a carpet, 10 ft. x 8 ft. 2 in.
$600-800
326
Three West Turkestan Rugs, 19th/20th
century, a Yomud Chuval, (end fraying), 2 ft.
5 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.; a Bokhara, 5 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 4
in.; and a Tekke, (moth damage), 10 ft. 6 in. x
6 ft. 8 in.
$300-500
327
Two Framed Miniature Memorials, 19th
century, both bearing memorials under willow
trees, one depicting a cross and flowers, the
other of a monument reading “Souvenir de
mon mari,” with label on reverse inscribed
“Silva Fils,” lg. to 6 1/2, wd. to 5 3/4 in.
$200-400
328
Twelve Art Pottery Tiles and a Wedgwood
Trivet, 19th/20th century, including four J. &
J.G. Low tiles, a Trent Tile floriform tile, three
figural Wheatley tiles depicting a dolphin, an
eagle, and a duck, and a Wedgwood majolica
trivet, ht. to 6, wd. to 6 in.
$250-350
329
Ten Pieces of Assorted Brass and Copper,
including a Roycroft hand-hammered copper
pitcher, a copper and pewter rectangular
double inkwell with riveted joinery and hinged
lid opening to two removable hammered
pewter inkwells, a G.F. Schutzt spherical
brass inkwell with hinged lid, and engraved
exterior with stars, a Forest Craft Guild inkwell
with hinged domed lid and relief design
centered with a pink hardstone cabochon on
a rectangular dished stand, and a Forest Craft
Guild square inkwell with hinged lid with two
square windows on each side, on a square
dished base, ht. to 10 in.
$300-500
330
Charak Georgian-style Mahogany Chest
Secretary, the upper portion with pierced
brass gallery and three string-inlaid short
drawers, over a case with a two faux-drawer
fall-front lid opening to an interior of three
compartments, and four graduated, banded
long drawers, terminating on bracket feet, ht.
54 1/4, wd. 34, dp. 18 in.
$500-700
331
Approximately Fifty-three Mostly Modern
Royal Commemorative Items.
$300-500
332
Two Brass Inkwells, 19th/20th century, one
with embossed fruit motif, and a French Art
Nouveau “Carpe Diem” inkwell with irises and
two reservoirs, ht. to 2 1/2, wd. to 10 1/2, dp.
to 6 3/4 in.
$200-300
333
Four Blue and White Dutch Delft Vessels,
19th century, a cinquefoil bough pot adorned
with landscape scenes, a chinoiserie-
decorated vase with octagonal base, and two
handled pots; one with lid, (damage), ht. to
13 in.
$250-350
334
Thirty Royal Commemorative Items,
including a small silver-plate sifter and stand
for the coronation of King George V and
Queen Elizabeth, a Royal Doulton figure of
Queen Elizabeth II, edition 115/3500, and a
pair of French opalescent candlesticks with
the motto “Dieu Et Mon Droit,” ht. to 7 3/4 in.
$400-600
335
Giltwood and Gesso Mirror, 19th/20th
century, the corners of the square frame
decorated with carved, scrolled foliage, with
an inset oval mirror, lg. 39, wd. 34 in.
$200-400
336
Aynsley Limited Edition Commemorative
Wedding Chalice and Stand, 1981, with a
painted scene of Caernarvon Castle and the
royal coat of arms on a cobalt ground with gilt
trim, edition 115/150, ht. 16, dia. 12 1/4 in.
$200-400
337
Brass Coal Scuttle and Scoop, with a
reeded handle, owl and foliate-molded lid, and
bulbous feet, ht. 16 1/2, wd. 12, dp. 16 in.
$100-150
338
Patinated Full-bodied Sheet Iron Rooster,
early 20th century, ht. 21, wd. 22, dp. 6 3/4 in.
$200-300
339
Three Reference Books Related to Artist
Frank Benson, Frank W. Benson’s Etchings,
Drypoints and Lithographs, by John T.
Ordeman; Impressionist Summers: Frank W.
Benson’s North Haven, by Faith Andrews
Bedford; and Frank W. Benson: American
Impressionist, by Faith Andrews Bedford.
$300-350
340
Carlos Aliseris (Uruguayan, 20th Century)
Brazil Tropical Flowers, no. 8. Signed “C.
Aliseris” l.r., titled and signed on reverse.
Oil on canvas, 28 1/4 x 35 3/4 in., framed.
Condition: Minor surface grime, rippling to
canvas.
$350-450
341
Twenty Royal Commemorative Items,
19th/20th century, including an Art Deco
earthenware pitcher for the coronation of King
George V and Queen Elizabeth, a ceramic
Arthur Wood pitcher depicting Edward VIII in
relief, and a Copeland Spode cup for Edward
VIII’s coronation, ht. to 9 1/4 in.
$200-400
342
Yellow Glass Marbro Lamp, ht. 46 1/2 in.
$150-250
343
Eight Gouda Pottery Items, Holland, 20th
century, two bowls, two vases, an urn, a
pitcher, a chamberstick, and a trefoil tray, with
floral motifs throughout, (imperfections), ht. to
11, dia. to 9 3/4 in.
$200-400
344
Four Figural Doorstops, including three iron
cats, one an Angora, and a brown-painted
iron squirrel, ht. to 8 in.
$200-300
345
Eleven Dutch Ceramic Items, including a
polychrome lute-form bough pot, a pewter-
mounted blue and white jug, and an Imari-
palette bowl, (damage), ht. 9 1/2 in.
$200-300
346
Northwest Persian Long Rug, late 19th
century, (end fraying, selvage wear), 10 ft. x 3
ft. 7 in.
$300-500
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Chinese Carpet, early 20th century, (wear,
two holes in field, new fringes applied at both
ends), 11 ft. 7 in. x 9 ft.
$500-700
348
Twenty Royal Commemorative Items,
20th century, including a Wedgwood tricolor
jug for the wedding of Princess Diana and
Prince Charles, a porcelain Queen Elizabeth
coronation tea canister, and a group of
miscellaneous plates, ht. to 8 in.
$200-400
349
Three Old Master Prints:
Schelte Adams Bolswert (Dutch, 1581-
1659) After Sir Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish,
1577-1640), The Lion Hunt, engraving;
German School, 16th Century, Zachariah
Prophessying the Coming of Christ,
woodcut; and Attributed to Maerten de
Vos (Flemish, 1532-1603), Three Kings
Summond by Herod, c. 1590, engraving.
Various sizes, each matted, unframed.
$150-200
350
Ten Gouda Pottery Floral-decorated Items,
Holland, 20th century, three vases, one
with wide-arching handles and painted lilac
decoration, four small plates, a candlestick
holder, a footed bowl, and a platter, ht. to 10
1/2, dia. to 11 in.
$250-350
351
Two Clocks and a Wood Carving, the
ecclesiastical carving on stand, possibly of
John the Baptist and child, both once having
halos, and two carriage clocks, one by Wuba,
the other by Franz Hermle, ht. to 16 1/2 in.
$200-300
352
Five Pieces of Steuben Colorless Glass,
20th century, a pair of dishes, a small two-
handled cup, and two bowls, ht. to 6 1/4, dia.
to 9 1/4 in.
$300-350
353
Kurdish Rug, Northwest Persia, early 20th
century, (brown oxidation, wear), 7 ft. 7 in. x
4 ft. 8 in.
$250-350
354
Five Silver-overlay Glass Objects, 20th
century, two trays, one with grapevines, one
with strawberries, a pitcher with peonies, a
vase, and a covered ginger jar, ht. to 12, dia.
to 7 3/4 in.
$400-500
355
Continental Paint-decorated Armoire, 19th
century, case and doors painted green, with
foliate and floral decoration, doors decorated
with landscape scenes and portraits, ht. 70,
wd. 50, dp. 19 1/2 in.
$300-400
356
Twenty-one Royal Commemorative Items,
19th and 20th century, a ceramic pitcher,
reading “Unity is Strength,” depicting portraits
of the heads of Great Britain, Russia, Belgium,
and France, a Myott coronation pitcher for
King George VI, and a large cup and saucer
for the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria, ht.
to 7 1/2 in.
$250-350
357
Austrian Ceramic Figure of a Turbaned
Man, ht. 6 1/2, wd. 7, dp. 4 in.
$200-300
358
Three Etched Glass Vases, 20th century, two
Orrefors vases; one of a girl and birds, one of
a pond scene, and a small Kosta vase with
etched flowers, ht. to 5, wd. to 7 1/2, dp. to
4 in.
$250-350
359
Twenty Assorted Plates and Tableware,
18th to 20th century, including a Swansea
parrot chained to tree plate, three Spode
items with green transfer-printed decoration,
and a red and white quail-decorated Bow
porcelain plate, dia. to 13 in.
$400-600
360
American School, 20th Century
Landscape with River and Bridge.
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 24 x 20 in., framed.
Condition: Surface grime, craquelure,
scattered losses, puncture l.c.
$200-300
361
Painted Wooden Plaque with Honduras
Landscape View, signed “Jorge Lanza” l.r.,
with carved wooden frame, overall dia. 14 in.
Provenance: Descended within the family of
artist Frank Weston Benson.
$100-150
362
Thirteen Small Gouda Pottery Items,
Holland, 20th century, two bowls, five vases,
a small saucer, three cups, and two jugs,
(imperfections), ht. to 5 1/2, dia. to 5 in.
$250-350
363
Five Staffordshire Figural Groups, 19th
century, a group depicting Romeo and Juliet,
a horse and rider, a couple, and a pair of spill
vases, ht. to 11 1/2 in.
$200-250
364
Six Assorted English Pottery Items, 19th
and 20th century, a Swansea celery dish, a
Mason’s ironstone wash basin and pitcher,
a smear-glazed coffeepot with hand-painted
landscape scenes, cobalt trim, and Sybil
knop, a black basalt coffeepot with foliate
motifs and classical scenes in relief, and a
Castleford-type covered sugar with relief-
molded cherubs and green trim, ht. to 11 in.
$250-350
365
Slag Glass Window Panel, the arched
wooden frame containing mottled brown
elliptical medallions set within a green glass
border, ht. 47 3/4, wd. 21 in.
$200-300
366
Plains Beaded Hide Sling Shot Club,
(damage), lg. 19 1/2 in.
$150-200
367
Group of Miscellaneous Decorative Items,
including a rosewood veneer mantel clock
with Roman numeral dial, blue steel hands,
and a reverse-painted tablet, two cast iron
and stenciled embossers, and a figural brass
doorknocker, ht. to 15 in.
$200-250
368
Group of Asian Artwork, two Chinese
watercolor fan paintings of town scenes and a
group of ink occupational drawers.
$200-300
369
Twenty Royal Commemorative Items, 19th
and 20th century, including a Wedgwood
embossed Queen’s ware pitcher for the
coronation of King George VI and Queen
Elizabeth II, a Burgess Ware tea canister
bearing the royal portrait, and miscellaneous
commemorative plates, ht. to 8 1/2 in.
$200-400
370
Blue-upholstered Wing Chair, ht. 47, wd. 34
1/2, dp. 39 in.
$75-100
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371
Group of Mostly Victorian Colored Glass,
six tumblers, including a cased glass and a
blue glass with thumbprint pattern, a white
and pink org, a pair of ruffled rim satin glass
vases, a colorless pressed glass footed bowl,
a ruffled rim peachblow bowl, and a Solar Co.
kerosene lamp, ht. to 14 1/2 in.
$300-500
372
Italian Art Glass Vase, spherical form in
transparent purple glass with prunt decoration
and rim expanding to four leaf-forms, polished
pontil, ht. 11 1/4 in.
$300-500
373
Two Pairs of Colored Glass Candlesticks,
a pair of light blue with columnar shafts, and a
pair of amethyst glass with swirled shafts split
by a colorless orb, on bell-form bases, (repair),
ht. to 10 1/2 in.
$200-250
374
Pair of Staffordshire Porcelain Dalmatians,
ht. 6 1/4, wd. 6 1/4, dp. 3 in.
$200-250
375
Two Oriental Rugs, late 19th/early 20th
century, a Hamadan, (selvage wear), 5 ft. 7
in. x 4 ft. 4 in.; and a contemporary long rug
(wear), 17 ft. 1 in. x 2 ft. 4 in.
$200-300
376
Seven Victorian Glass Shakers, 19th
century, including two ribbed and quilted, one
blue, one cranberry, and a milk glass with
beaded rim and floral decoration, ht. to 5 1/2
in.
$200-300
377
Group of Glass Victorian Kerosene Lamps,
late 19th century, ht. to 8 3/4 in.
$200-250
378
Two Blue and White Woven Geometric
Pattern Coverlets, one with Irish chain
pattern.
$150-250
379
Brass Engraved Fire Fender and Brass
Fan-shaped Firescreen, 20th century, ht. to
25, wd. to 42 1/2, dp. to 5 1/4 in.
$200-300
380
Art Deco Patinated Metal Figural Lamp,
Germany, early 20th century, the recumbent
figure of a woman holding a bowl, on a
rectangular stone base, ht. 9, wd. 14 3/4, dp.
4 1/2 in.
$200-250
381
Group of Decorative Objects, a framed slate
chalkboard, a small marble paperweight, am
adjustable turned-brass stand, a miniature
Chinese-style table, two padlocks and keys,
and three clerking books, ht. to 13 1/2 in.
$200-250
382
Dexter Slate Mantel Clock, with floral-gilt
and incised decoration, marble columns, and
a Roman numeral and enameled dial, ht. 9,
wd. 15 1/4, dp. 6 3/4 in.
$250-350
383
Six Tole Trays, including a rectangular tray
with canted corners, green ground, and gilt
foliate devices, a large serpentine-edge tray
with stenciled border and yellow-painted
flowers, and a red-painted oval tray with
central medallion of a beach scene, lg. to 20
3/4, wd. to 28 in.
$200-250
384
Eight Transfer-printed Tableware Items,
a blue and white J. Greenfield covered
vegetable dish, and seven plates and trays,
including an Indian Pagoda, a Carolina, and a
Penn Treaty pattern, ht. to 5 1/2 in.
$200-250
385
Large Josef Strnact Ceramic Covered Urn,
Austria, early 20th century, the central figural
medallion framed by a raised gilt border and
floral decorations, on red ground, urn on plinth
base, ht. 37 1/4, wd. 13 in.
$600-800
386
Twenty-four Metal Royal Collectible
Items, 19th and 20th century, including
miscellaneous tins, a pair of brass King
George V silver jubilee candlesticks, and
an embossed brass-clad Queen Elizabeth
coronation letter holder, ht. to 10 in.
$300-500
387
Five Metal Lighting Devices, a pair of foliate-
decorated wall-mounted fight-live sconces, a
pair of white-metal ecclesiastical sconces, and
a brass four-light chandelier with a crown-form
finial, central shaft, and embossed ring with
three Bacchus masks, approx. ht. 36, dia.
14 in.
$500-900
388
Metal Overlay and Slag Glass Table Lamp,
early 20th century, the shade with eight
tablets, in hues of blue, orange, green, and
purple, each with miniature portrait medallions
and beaded overlay accents, the base with
conical glass column and foliate mounts, ht.
23, dia. 17 3/4 in.
$300-500
389
American School, 19th/20th Century
Birch Trees in Autumn. Unsigned. Oil
on canvas, sight size 9 x 6 7/8 in., framed.
Condition: Surface grime, minor canvas
deformation.
$200-300
390
American School, 20th Century
Autumnal Landscape with River. Signed l.r.,
possibly “Gogette.” Oil on canvas, sight size
19 1/2 x 29 1/2 in., framed.
$300-500
391
Seven Victorian Glass Shakers, 19th
century, including three with thumbprint
pattern, and two milk glass with molded foliate
motifs, ht. to 5 1/4 in.
$200-300
392
Set of Twelve Gothic Revival Mahogany
Side Chairs, 19th century, the trefoil-pierced
cresting and shaped back of four Gothic
arches, over an upholstered seat, raking rear
legs and cabriole front legs, ht. 34 1/4, wd.
18, dp. 19 1/2 in.
$1,500-2,500
393
Nine Colored Glass Kerosene Lamps, late
19th century, some electrified, ht. to 10 in.
$200-250
394
Regency-style Triple-pedestal Dining
Table, the mahogany-veneer top with reeded
edges and satinwood banding, raised on
reeded urn-turned shaft and downswept legs,
accompanied by two leaves, ht. 29 3/4, wd.
102, dp. 48 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
395
J.E. Linde Paper Co. Small Chest, 19th/20th
century, the rectangular case with six stenciled
drawers, each denoting specific paper types,
ht. 17 3/4, wd. 12 1/4, dp. 9 1/4 in.
$200-250
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396
Kazak-style Rug, contemporary, (machine
made), 7 ft. 3 in. x 4 ft. 8 in.
$200-400
397
Eleven Pieces of Late Victorian Glass,
late 19th century, a compote with reticulated
border, a blue swirled-glass tumbler, and a
yellow two-handled case satin glass vase, ht.
to 9, dia. to 9 in.
$200-250
398
Two Blue and White Ceramic Snuff Bottles,
a vase-form bottle with a round cabochon-
mounted lid, and a cylindrical bottle, both
depicting figural scenes, ht. to 4 in.
$300-500
399
Two Framed Works, a lithograph of a Native
American woman after Harrison Fisher
(American, 1875-1934), signed and dated
within the plate; and a B.D. Perry photograph
of a nude woman on a rocky shore, signed
or inscribed in pencil l.r., numbered “2/25” l.l.,
and titled Embracing Beauty to the reverse,
framed dimensions to 15 1/2 x 13 1/4 in.
$150-250
400
Forty-three Pieces of Crystal and Glass
Stemware, including a set of twelve Waterford
champagnes and four cordials, ht. to 6 1/4 in.
$200-300
401
Satsuma Covered Vase, Japan, 19th/20th
century, baluster-shape with a short straight
neck and unglazed mouth rim, the body
decorated with mythical figures in two shaped
reserves on a warm yellow ground with fine
crazing, in polychrome enamels and rich gold
with some thickly applied turquoise and green
overglaze details, the rest decorated with floral
and foliate scrolls and polychrome roundels
with arabesque designs, the foot with over-
painted iron red floral scrolls, the flattened
dome-shape cover with a bud-shape knob
with gilt finial, ht. 24 3/4 in.
$300-400
402
Sancai Pottery Figure of a Scholar, China,
standing on a round podium, both hands
resting on his chest, ht. 29 3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$800-1,000
403
Two Rootwood Tea Caddies with Pewter
Covers, China, cylindrical, both finished with a
pewter top and tripod bottom, ht. to 3 3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$400-600
404
Pair of Sancai-style Pottery Roof Tiles,
China, 20th century, in the shape of a warrior
with an outstretched leg, ht. 11 7/8, wd. 8
3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
405
Glazed Display Cabinet, China, with gilt
figural and floral decoration on red ground, the
upper section glazed and mirror-backed, with
a two-door lower section, 66 3/4 x 18 3/4 x
39 3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$350-450
406
Lacquer Side Table, China, the rectangular
top painted with a pair of birds perched amidst
trees within a cartouche surrounded by a wan-
fret pattern, the openwork trestle legs and
apron with ruyi-scroll and floral decoration, 34
3/4 x 48 x 17 3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-400
407
Large Black Lacquered Table, China, lobed-
top decorated with polychrome flowers and
cabriole legs, 54 x 35 x 31 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$350-450
408
Purple Quartzite Bangle, the stone dyed
with dark speckles and white inclusions, dia.
2 3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-400
409
Gilt-bronze Dragon Head, China, archaic-
style, on wood stand with a metal holder
designed to hold the head, dragon lg. 5, ht.
with stand 3 7/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
410
Two Bronze Seals and a Cup, China, seals
in the shapes of seated lions, ht. to 1 1/2; and
a metal cup with straight sides, decorated
with silver inlay bamboo and inscriptions, ht.
3 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
411
Fourteen Archaic Items and Fragments,
China, a bronze knife with inlaid silver design,
lg. 15; a gold earring; a gilt silver phoenix
ornament (broken); a bone double-knot
ornament (broken); three metal rings; an iron
ring with a ceramic bead; a musical instrument
bell; a ceramic monkey; a ceramic pig; and
three stone carvings; in various sizes.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
412
Red and Black Lacquer Covered Box,
China, pomegranate-shape, the cover inlaid
with painted pomegranate branches with
a rock and a bat and various auspicious
symbols on the sides, the bottom and inside
painted in plain black lacquer, ht. 20 3/4, wd.
16 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-500
413
Lift-top Chest, China, large yumu chest with
lower drawers, 35 x 22 x 39 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$400-500
414
Gilt-bronze Openwork Stand, China, with
three S-shape legs with dragon-head and
cloud scroll design, ht. 5 7/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$400-600
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Six-panel Folding Screen, Japan, depicting
scenes from The Tale of Genji, each panel 48
x 15 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-500
416
Resin Carving of Bodhisattva, Japan,
19th/20th century, depicted sitting on a lotus
pedestal, ht. 19 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
417
Framed Painting Depicting a Couple, China,
ink and color on paper, situated in a house
filled with scholarly objects and auspicious
plants, with a bamboo grove and a crane to
the left of the house, and trees and rocks on
the right, bears one seal, 44 x 23 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-400
418
Framed Painting Depicting Birds and
Flowers, China, ink and color on silk, with two
pairs of birds perched on a flowering tree, the
frame carved with lotus blossoms, overall 45
x 18 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
419
Earthenware Tile, China, rectangular,
decorated with a boy riding on a foo lion, 9
7/8 x 15 1/8 x 1 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-500
420
Six-panel Folding Screen, Japan, depicting
a river landscape scene with cranes amidst
flowers and trees, each panel 68 1/4 x 24 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-500
421
Polychrome Armchair, China, black lacquer
with geometric patterns and landscape
scenes, ht. 37 1/2, seat 20 x 23 1/2 x 18 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-400
422
Horseshoe-back Armchair, China, yumu,
caned seat, splat carved with peony in a vase,
ht. crest rail 35, seat 18 x 18 x 16 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-150
423
Two Carved Wood Incense Holders, China,
cylindrical, decorated with carved landscape
designs with auspicious animals and plants,
ht. 8 5/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-500
424
Pair of Gilt Scroll Ends, China, each
decorated with floral scrolls and a Buddhist
wheel, lg. 2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
425
Cloisonné Covered Box, China, 20th century,
black ground with pink scrolling flowers and
tendrils, ht. 3 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
426
White-glazed Architectural Detail, China,
with openwork coin and geometric design, ht.
15 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-200
427
Group of Lacquer Trays and Covered
Bowls, Japan, 20th century, eight black
lacquer trays with maki-e decoration of
magnolias and eight red and black covered
bowls with maki-e decoration of cranes and
pine, dia. to 10 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$400-600
428
Platform (Ta), China, 19th/20th century,
hardwood, the two-board top panel set in
a curved-edge frame, straight waist, curved
apron, humpback stretchers with struts (most
now missing), square beaded legs ending in
inverted hoof feet, lg. 78 1/2, wd. 31 1/2, ht.
21 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$500-700
429
White Stone Carving of Avalokitesvara,
China, 20th century, sitting in royal ease pose,
with a mystic animal below, ht. 14 7/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
430
Rootwood Armchair, China, late 19th/20th
century, intricately joined naturally weathered
and gnarled hardwoods, all lightly lacquered,
on either side of the back carved with two
dragon’s heads, loose cushion, ht. 42, ht. seat
17, wd. 28, dp. 19 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$800-1,000
431
Burl Root Fragment, approx. lg. 36, wd. 24,
ht. 20 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
432
Three Figures, a carved stone religious figure
standing on a square platform; a carved
stone religious figure without head and hands,
standing on a round platform, pegged to a
high wood stand; and an earthenware pottery
figure standing with both hands to his chest,
ht. to 26 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$500-700
433
Archaic-style Wood Horse Fragments,
China, with its head and neck intact,
disassembled into eight parts, (some parts
missing), in various sizes.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-500
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434
Hardstone Guanyin, China, standing and
holding a fly whisk, her other hand resting on
sutra books, with stand, ht. 9 3/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
435
Six Tang-style Pottery Jars, China, a
globular jar with two knobs on shoulder; a
bulbous jar; and four tall bulbous jars with
waisted necks, all partially glazed, ht. to 11
3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
436
Blue and White Export Dish, oval, decorated
with bird-and-flower design, additionally
painted in red enamel and gilt, (damaged rim),
dia. 9 5/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-200
437
Carved Square Table, probably Asia for the
Western market, hardwood, intricate floral
patterns of roses and maple and oak leaves,
cabriole legs end in dragon claw and pearl
feet, 25 x 26 1/2 x ht. 21 in.
$200-300
438
Blue and White Dish, Japan, round,
decorated with plum blossoms, mark to base,
dia. 9 5/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-200
439
Archaic-style Horse, China, yellow-glazed,
standing on a rectangular unglazed flat
podium, ht. 10 1/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-200
440
Blanc de Chine Buddha, China, standing on
an oviform lotus throne, ht. 12 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-200
441
Export Goat-shaped Tureen, with details
incised and painted in brown underglaze, ht. 8
1/2, wd. 10 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-200
442
Six-panel Screen Mounted on Board,
Japan, 20th century, depicting a continuous
scene of sparrows perched amidst bamboo
fronds, 30 3/4 x 104 1/2 in.
$100-150
443
Ten Canton Enamel Items, China, five
covered cases including two round ones and
a small oval one, dia. from 1 7/8 to 4 3/4 in.;
and five dishes including three round ones, a
floral one, and a s ne, dia. to 5 3/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-400
444
Ten Large Ink Brushes, China, one with
cloisonné ferrule and wood handle; one
with carved tubular bead handle; two with
hardstone ring handles; two with stick
handles; and four with painted round bead
handles; ht. to 16 3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$600-800
445
Two Blue-glazed Spoon Holders, China,
fish-shaped, with carved details, one with gilt
details, ht. to 2, lg. to 5 3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-200
446
Persian-style Ceramic Shaker, bottle-
shape, resting on a splayed foot, the bottom
in celadon glaze with a carved swirl design,
the neck with floral design in underglaze blue,
silverwork finial, ht. 7 7/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
447
Round Roof Tile, dark gray stoneware, with
molded decoration of chrysanthemums, dia.
6 3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
448
Two Blue and White Bowls, Japan, Oni-
mask-shaped bottom with its horns and chin
serving as feet, the well with a flower-and-bird
design, ht. 1 1/2, lg. 3 1/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-200
449
Famille Rose Dish, China, with a design of
four gentlemen, a peach branch in the well,
dia. 9 3/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
450
Archaic-style Pottery Head, China, of a
woman, fragmental, painted in white, ht. 4
1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$100-200
451
Engraved Persian Ax, 19th/20th century,
with snakeskin handle, spear point, and two
decorated curved blades, lg. 20 1/4 in.
$200-400
452
Sixty-nine Commemorative Items, 19th and
20th century, including a yellow glass mug for
the coronation of King George VI, a pressed
glass mug commemorating the silver wedding
of the Prince and Princess of Wales, and a
lobed ceramic teapot for the coronation of
Queen Elizabeth II, ht. to 13 in.
$200-400
453
Heriz Carpet, Northwest Persia, early 20th
century, (wear throughout, end fraying, missing
approximately half an inch at both ends), 11 ft.
x 7 ft. 2 in.
$300-400
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454
Group of Blue and White Porcelain
Tableware, including eight canton plates, a
flow blue bowl, and five Willow-pattern items:
three plates, a bowl and a cup, ht. to 3 1/4,
dia. to 9 1/2 in.
$200-250
455
Group of Decorative Items, late 19th
century, a framed Mintons lily tile, a gilt-metal-
mounted ceramic box, a Stuart Abelman
art glass perfume, a silver overlay cut glass
perfume, a three-handled green-glazed vase,
a patinated-brass gong, and a caneware vase
with chain decoration, ht. to 9 1/2 in.
$200-250
456
Group of Decorative Items, 19th and 20th
century, an E.P. Dutton & Co. 1865 folding
map of Boston, a brass-mounted oak
cigarette case, a small polychrome cast iron
duck paperweight, a T. Pool & Son mahogany
cased thermometer, and a Doulton Lambeth
stoneware pitcher, ht. to 8 1/2 in.
$200-250
457
Rococo-style Brass Three-arm Chandelier,
19th/20th century, the body with pierced
scrolled foliage throughout and three two-light
arms, approx. ht. 26 in.
$200-400
458
Six Various Pratt Transfer-printed Plates,
each with medallions depicting genre scene
with gold borders and rims, on a ground of
green, red, pink, or orange, dia. to 9 1/4 in.
$300-500
459
Forty-four Pieces of Rosenthal Stemware,
twelve goblets, twelve cordials, eleven
champagnes, and nine wines, ht. to 8 3/4 in.
$200-300
460
After Leon Samoilovitch Bakst (Russian/
American, 1866-1924)
Three Framed Theatrical Costume Designs.
Signed within the prints. Collotypes with
stencil coloring, sight size 12 x 9 in., framed
(under glass).
$500-700
461
Two Vintage Pablo Picasso Posters, an
XXXII Festival d’Avignon, and an X Anniversaire
du Mouvement de la Paix, (damage), lg. to 39
1/2, wd. to 25 1/4 in.
$200-300
462
Thirty-seven Commemorative Items, 19th
and 20th century, including a small poster
of Jozef Pilsudski, an architectural pot-metal
inkwell depicting Le Sacre Coeur flanked by
ink reservoirs, the lids showing the Eiffel Tower
and Notre Dame, and a bronze portrait plaque
of S.M. Astrid, signed “Darimont” at lower
right, ht. to 7 1/4 in.
$400-600
463
Chippendale-style Carved Walnut Slant-lid
Desk, the deeply carved lid with central shell
and foliate motifs opening to reveal an interior
of drawers and valanced compartments, over
a case of four thumbmolded, graduated long
drawers and carved base and claw-and-ball
feet, ht. 43 1/2, wd. 43, dp. 21 in.
$400-600
464
Four Wedgwood Olive Green Jasper Items,
19th/20th century, a teapot, covered sugar,
creamer, and covered box, (imperfections), ht.
to 4, wd. to 6 3/4, dp. to 4 1/4 in.
$300-500
465
Seven Vintage Handbags and a Notebook,
a cloth handbag with blue-enameled brass
mount and a cameo medallion, a beaded
handbag with silk-lined interior, and a Whiting
& Davis Co. gold mesh bag, (imperfections).
$100-200
466
Two Porcelain Belleek Vases, one with
applied roses and sawtooth rim, and one with
four trumpet-form cones and three-shelf-form
dishes, ht. to 7 in.
$200-400
467
Japanese Pottery Water Cooler, the brown
ground with gray drip glaze, ht. 22, dia. 12
1/2 in.
$200-250
468
Two Asian Woodblock Prints and an
Etching of Dionysus, the polychrome
woodblocks depicting flowers and mythical
creatures, and a Thomas Cornell etching of
Dionysus, edition 135/250, signed, titled,
numbered, and dated in the lower margin, lg.
to 17 3/4, wd. to 24 1/4 in.
$100-150
469
Two Pottery Items, 20th century, a framed
three-tile picture depicting brush and flowers,
initialed within an oval “JK” at lower right, and
a vase with mottled design, signed on base
“D. Barker,” ht. to 20 3/4 in.
$200-250
470
Victorian Carved and Stained Chaise
Lounge, late 19th century, with foliate-carved
cabriole legs and scrolled feet, chaise in a blue
damask upholstery, ht. 31, wd. 68, dp. 31 in.
$300-500
471
Twenty-one Framed Antique Whistles, lg.
11 3/4, wd. 16 1/2 in.
$150-200
472
Approximately Forty Royal Commemorative
Items, including miscellaneous plates, a King
George VI coronation teapot, creamer, a tray,
ht. to 6 1/2 in.
$200-350
473
Set of Eleven Pressed Glass Water
Goblets, 19th/20th century, ht. 7 in.
$75-100
474
Pair of Art Deco-style Leaded Glass
Sconces, ht. 15, wd. 11, dp. 9 in.
$500-700
475
Isphahan Rug, Central Persia, mid-20th
century, 6 ft. 10 in. x 4 ft. 11 in.
$250-350
476
Modern Brass Chelsea Ship’s Bell Clock
and Wooden Stand, ht. 9 1/2, wd. 14, dp.
4 1/4 in.
$150-250
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477
Carved and Painted Chess Set, lg. 17 1/4,
wd. 17 3/4 in.
$150-250
478
Possibly Auguste Serrure (Flemish, 1825-
1903)
Maid with Watering Can. Signed “Serrure”
l.r. Oil on canvas, 16 1/4 x 11 3/4 in., framed.
Condition: Craquelure, loss and separation
to frame.
$100-150
479
Georgian Inlaid Mahogany Tea Caddy,
England, late 18th/early 19th century, the
rectangular top and case with banded edges
and inlaid conch medallions, opening to a
two-compartment interior and floral medallion
affixed to underside of lid, ht. 5 1/4, wd. 9 1/4,
dp. 5 1/4 in.
$150-250
480
Six Pieces of English Creamware, England,
18th/19th century, four Willow pattern plates
and trays with basketweave and pierced
rims, and two trays with festoon-applied and
pierced rims, (imperfections), ht. to 1 3/4, wd.
9 3/4, dp. 8 1/4 in.
$200-250
481
Haviland Porcelain Fish Set, eight plates, a
sauceboat and a serving tray, with gilt and red
accents and fish decoration, dia. 9, wd. 23 in.
$300-400
482
Bohemian Colorless Etched Glass Covered
Jar, late 19th century, with etched hunter and
stag forest scene, raised on a faceted shaft
and shaped base, ht. 17, dia. 5 3/4 in.
$200-250
483
Approximately Forty Royal
Commemorative Items, 20th century,
including a King George V and Queen
Elizabeth coronation cup with busts in relief,
a Queen Elizabeth II silver jubilee bell, and a
Laura Knight designed polychrome cup, ht.
to 8 in.
$200-400
484
Three Mosaic Glass Hanging Shades, with
floral motifs throughout, ht. to 16, dia. to 17 in.
$300-500
485
Oil on Canvas Crouching Tiger by Rose
Joyal, signed l.l., 36 x 45 3/4 in., framed.
$250-350
486
Rooster-decorated Pewter Plate, signed
and dated on reverse “Marjorie Jayson, 1935,”
dia. 12 in.
$150-200
487
Rose Medallion Reticulated Fruit Bowl and
Undertray, 19th century, ht. 4 1/4, wd. 10,
dp. 8 1/2 in.
$200-250
488
Five Mostly Russian Commemorative
Items, a pair of French transfer-printed
porcelain plates depicting Nicholas II and
Alexandra, two enameled tumblers, and a
porcelain bust of a Cossack gentleman, ht.
to 22 in.
$300-500
489
Four Works of Art, two Clayton Pond color
screenprints, Flowering Woman and Flower
Man, both titled, numbered “58/100” and
“59/100” and signed “Clayton Pond” in pencil
l.c., a Louie Ewing work, and a Michelle Segre
untitled mixed-media work.
$200-300
490
Lalique Glass Marguerites Low Bowl,
France, 20th century, with a frosted glass
daisy border, ht. 3, dia. 13 in.
$200-300
491
Eighteen Royal Commemorative Items,
including a WH Goss three-handled loving
bearing the royal coat of arms, a transfer-
printed Royal Doulton cup with pink trim
and interlaced handles for the coronation of
Queen Elizabeth II, and a Wedgwood blue
jasper covered box for the Queen Elizabeth II
coronation, ht. to 5 3/4 in.
$400-600
492
N.H. Ghykas (Greek, 1906-1994) Color
Lithograph, signed and dated “Ghika 57”
l.r., image size 12 x 16 in., matted, unframed,
(crease through u.r. corner).
$100-150
493
Three Pieces of 20th Century European
Pottery, a blue-glazed planter with molded
flowers and fish decoration, a covered box
with blue and green chevron design and silver-
plate lid with eagle finial, and a metal-mounted
vase with mottled yellow and blue glaze, ht. to
8 1/2, wd. to 14 1/2, dp. to 7 in.
$300-350
494
Sixteen Assorted Tiles, including a set of
three brown and white shell-pattern tiles, six
manganese Dutch delft tiles, and a Mintons
blue and white bamboo-decorated tile.
$200-400
495
Approximately Twenty-four Assorted
Wedgwood Items, including a large black
basalt bowl with applied floral band, and a set
of nine Queen’s ware dinner plates with gold
and cobalt floral rims, dia. to 13 3/4 in.
$300-500
496
Senneh Kilim, Northwest Persia, late 19th
century, the ivory pendanted center medallion
with allover polychrome herati design upon
a brown herati-filled field, light blue and gold
floral meander borders, 6 ft. x 4 ft. 2 in.
$300-400
497
Approximately Forty-six Royal
Commemorative Items, including a small
Wedgwood dark blue jasper plate and heart-
form covered box celebrating Queen Elizabeth
II’s silver jubilee, and a Wedgwood light blue
jasper covered box for Queen Elizabeth II’s
coronation, ht. to 5 in.
$200-300
498
Approximately Twenty-nine Ceramic,
Soapstone, and Enamel Items, including
a set of floral-decorated red Russian
Gardner porcelain: a bowl, four cups, and
three saucers, etc.; a Quimper coffeepot,
creamer, and sugar; and a pair of cloisonné
candlesticks decorated with blue dragons, ht.
to 10 1/4 in.
$200-400
499
Japanese Scroll, depicting numerous tigers,
lg. approx. 15 ft.
$300-500
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500
Two Mahogany Shelf Clocks, Connecticut,
19th century, the Orton, Preston & Co.
clock with painted wooden dial with Arabic
numerals, foliate-stenciled split balusters,
and door with tablet bearing a Currier & Ives
hand-colored lithograph of Benjamin Franklin,
and a Henry Terry clock with painted wooden
dial with Roman numerals and foliate-stenciled
split balusters, (damage), ht. to 29 1/2, wd. to
17 1/4, dp. to 4 1/2 in.
$200-400
501
RCA Loudspeaker, early 20th century, with
carved frame and base and floral needlepoint
cover, ht. 15, wd. 14, dp. 6 1/2 in.
$50-75
502
Fourteen Royal Commemorative Items,
including a DL & Co. ceramic Balmoral
transfer-printed footed bowl for the diamond
jubilee of Queen Victoria, and a porcelain
bowl with relief-molded floral border for the
coronation of King George VI and Queen
Elizabeth,
$400-600
503
Luri Rug, Southwest Persia, c. 1900, the
royal blue field comprised of lozenges inset
with large-scale crab, checkerboard, and
hooked motifs, all within a polychrome double
“S” pattern ivory main border, several highly
stylized geometric minor borders, 6 ft. 2 in. x
4 ft. 6 in.
$350-450
504
Brass Schatz Anniversary Clock, ht. 12 1/2
in.
$200-250
505
Four Framed Works, a French
chromolithograph depicting a cobbler and
three women, two watercolor scenes of
European plazas, signed indistinctly l.r., and a
watercolor theorem, lg. to 18 1/4, wd. to 15
1/2 in.
$200-250
506
Eighteen Royal Commemorative Items,
including a beehive-form box and jug for
George VI’s coronation, and a yellow pressed
glass dish celebrating the silver wedding of the
Prince and Princess of Wales, ht. to 6 in.
$500-700
507
Art Deco Spelter Figural Table Lamp,
depicting a gold and green-painted dancer
atop a light box with classical motifs, set on
a marble base, ht. 11 1/4, wd. 7 1/2, dp. 4
1/2 in.
$400-600
508
Group of Victorian Mostly Colored Glass
Vessels, late 19th century, including a purple
marbleized vase with hobstars and box, a pair
of yellow marbleized boxes, and a pair of blue
opaque glass vases, ht. to 9 1/2 in.
$200-250
509
Group of Rockingham-glazed Stoneware
Vessels, including a large cherub-molded
pitcher, a bank, an SP Co. teapot two
Washington medallions and beading, and a
Bennington covered jar, ht. to 11 1/2 in.
$200-300
510
Textile Punched Urn of Flowers, felt and
woven material, ht. 34, wd. 14 in.
$250-350
511
Japanese Scroll of Children Playing in a
Square.
$300-500
512
Triple Star Snare Drum, late 19th century,
with a maple shell and a star-form maker’s
plaque, dates and owners inscribed in
graphite on underside of drum, ht. 14, dia.
18 in.
$200-250
513
Elizabeth Hamilton Thayer Huntington
(American, 1878-1963)
Floral Still Life. Unsigned, inscribed “Given
to A.B.K. by Sanchia Thayer-1961 (Mrs.
Huntington was her aunt)...” on the backing.
Watercolor and graphite on paper, sight size
17 x 13 in., framed. Condition: Not examined
out of frame.
$100-150
514
Twenty Royal Commemorative Items,
including miscellaneous vessels and plates,
ht. to 8 in.
$400-600
515
Three Brass Lighting Devices, a pair of
barleytwist candlesticks and a Lucerne lamp,
ht. to 15 3/4 in.
$200-250
516
Four Crystal Decanters with Liquor Labels,
20th century, a pair with labels for port and
sherry, and two single decanters, one with
a sterling bourbon label, the other with a rye
label, (imperfections), ht. to 13 in.
$250-350
517
Large Burmese Glass Vase, ht. 13, dia. 6 in.
$100-200
518
Six Framed Botanical Watercolors,
19th/20th century, lg. 16 3/4, wd. 12 3/4 in.
$100-150
519
Rookwood Ceramic Vase, Cincinnati, Ohio,
1907, Irene Bishop, decorator, iris glaze with
floral decoration, base with Rookwood flame
logo, date, shape number, artist’s initials and
W, (crazing), ht. 6 3/4 in.
$150-250
520
Collection of Cameras, including 35mm, twin
lens, movie, Polaroid, and instamatic cameras
and some accessories.
$200-300
521
Four Writing Boxes, 19th century, three
with diamond-inlaid lids, one of which
accompanied by banding with alternating
wood veneers, ht. to 4 1/2, wd. to 12, dp. to
8 1/4 in.
$200-300
522
Ten Queen Victoria Commemorative Items,
including an Owen Hale composite bust, and
a milk glass covered jar with figural finial, ht.
to 14 in.
$500-700
523
Six Asian Lamps, two floral-decorated
cloisonné vases, two floral-decorated
porcelain vases, porcelain figure of a scholar,
and a rose medallion vase, all mounted as
lamps, ht. to 15 in.
$200-300
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524
Nine Marimekko Pillows.
$100-150
525
Verneh Rug, Southwest Caucasus, second
half 19th century, (embroidery losses,
numerous crude repairs rewoven areas), 4 ft.
10 in. x 3 ft. 4 in.
$200-300
526
Set of Seventeen Wood & Sons Transfer-
decorated Tableware Items, 20th century,
four bowls, a tray, a charger, and eleven
plates, decorated with exotic birds and
flowers, dia. 11 1/2 in.
$200-300
527
Two Metal Birdcages and a Polychrome
Metal Parrot, ht. to 15 in.
$300-500
528
Four Oriental Rugs, 20th century, a Pakistani
Bokhara, 6 ft. 4 in. x 4 ft.; a Tekke, 3 ft. 9 in. x
3 ft. 2 in.; a Hamadan mat, 2 ft. 10 in. x 2 ft. 1
in.; and a Luri, 5 ft. 1 in. x 3 ft. 2 in.
$200-300
529
Ormolu-mounted Green Alabaster Fluid
Lamp, the lobed glass reservoir atop a
columnar support with Corinthian capital, on a
stepped plinth base, electrified, ht. 25 1/2 in.
$100-200
530
Igor Givotovsky Carved Mahogany Face
Puzzle on Stand, 1979, dia. 9 1/2 in.
$300-500
531
Seven Metal Royal Commemorative Items,
including a brass paperclip with medallion
depicting Prince Albert in relief, a pair of brass
figural bookends of King Edward VII and
Queen Alexandra, and a Harper throne-form
bank, ht. to 9 1/4 in.
$200-400
532
Group of Miscellaneous Decorative
Objects, including a terra-cotta vase
decorated with griffons and Egyptian Revival
motifs, a malachite egg, a basketball-form
stoneware inkwell, and a pair of red pressed
glass Corinthian column-form candlesticks, ht.
to 14 3/4 in.
$500-600
533
Vintage Stromberg-Carlson “Dynatomic”
Radio, ht. 7 1/2, wd. 12, dp. 7 in.
$30-50
534
Slag Glass Overlay Table Lamp, 19th/20th
century, the eight-panel shade with foliate
devices on a three-light floral-decorated metal
base, ht. 23 1/2, dia. 17 1/2 in.
$250-300
535
Karl (Charles) Haag (Swedish/American,
1867-1933)
Roman Bronze Works Sculpture of a Family
Gathering, chocolate brown patina, modeled
as a mother, father, and six children, inscribed
mark and signature, ht. 17 in.
$1,500-2,500
536
Two Framed Works, 19th century, a hand-
colored engraving titled “The Interior of the
Fives Court,” by C. Turner, and a lithograph
titled “A Scene in the Highlands,” by J. West
Giles, lg. to 28, wd. to 41 1/2 in.
$200-300
537
Large Van Briggle Glazed Earthenware
Vase, Colorado Springs, Colorado, c. 1955,
lip and shoulder in a glossy green volcanic
drip glaze over glossy brown, base incised
Anna, Van Briggle, Colo Spgs, and AA in a
square, (hairline crack starting at rim, glaze
imperfections), ht. 14 in.
$300-500
538
Fifteen Royal Commemorative Items.
$300-500
539
Framed Facsimile Double Portrait, the
matted couple in a carved and gilt frame,
mounted within a scratch-carved shadow box
frame, lg. 35 1/2, wd. 43 1/4 in.
$50-100
540
Group of Shells and Mineral Specimens,
including a carved iguana, various spheres,
and a shell-carved agate.
$200-300
541
Three Lalique Molded Glass Figurals,
France, late 20th century, a fish ashtray, a
bull paperweight, each in colorless clear and
satin and finish, and a dragonfly in purple, all
marked Lalique France, (bull with flake to one
ear), ht. 3 1/4 to 3 1/2, bull lg. 4 1/4 in.
$300-500
542
Three Oriental Rugs, Caucasus, early 20th
century, a Karabagh, 6 ft. 10 in. x 3 ft. 10 in.;
and two Shirvans, 4 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. 11 in. and 4
ft. 1 in. x 3 ft. 6 in.
$300-400
543
Ando Cloisonné Vase, Japan, 20th century,
decorated with plum blossoms on a pigeon-
blood basse-taille ground, ht. 7 1/2 in.
$250-350
544
Two Small Art Glass Vases, a lobed red
iridescent vase, and a cobalt floral silver
overlay vase with ruffled rim, ht. to 4 1/2 in.
$250-350
545
Sixteen Commemorative Items, including
a green-glazed mug with silver lustre trim
and portraits in relief for the coronation of
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, a
lithographed tin cup for the coronation of King
George V and Queen Mary, and a stoneware
teapot for King George VI and Queen Mary,
ht. to 8 in.
$200-300
546
Central Anatolian Prayer Rug, second
quarter 20th century, (missing approximately
one inch of outer border at bottom, minor
crease wear), 5 ft. 5 in. x 3 ft. 7 in.
$250-350
547
Orrefors Vase, Sweden, mid-20th century,
the colorless form etched on either side with
the scene of a sailor watching a distant ship
at sea, base marked Orrefors N. 2258, and
initialed, wear to base, some fleabites to base
edge, ht. 7 1/8 in.
$200-250
548
Group of Carved Wood Mostly African
Figures, 20th century, including a figure
of Horus, a carved and painted mask, and
miscellaneous idols, ht. to 27 in.
$300-400
549
After Frederic Remington, Bronze
Galloping Horse and Native American
Sculpture, 20th century, ht. 21, wd. 22 1/2,
dp. 7 in.
$300-500
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550
Pair of Brass Torpedo Ship’s Side Lights,
Perko, Brooklyn, New York, first quarter 19th
century, the brass bodies with elongated
reflector shields and blue and red lenses,
both marked Corning, access door in rear,
electrified, ht. 18 in.
$200-400
551
Set of Eight Shirley Pewter Shop
Reproduction Handmade Pewter Goblets,
Williamsburg, Virginia, each goblet with flared
lip and tiered round foot, ht. 7 in.
$50-75
552
Group of John Greenleaf Whittier
Commemorative Items, including a small
chalkware bust, miscellaneous transfer-
printed plates and sugars depicting Whittier’s
birthplace and residence, and a wooden box,
ht. to. 4 in.
$250-350
553
Kurdish Long Rug, Northwest Persia, late
19th/early 20th century, (crease wear, minor
end fraying), 9 ft. x 3 ft. 10 in.
$300-500
554
Fifteen Commemorative Items, a pair of
Gustafsberg Parian busts, a salt-glazed jug
depicting the coat of arms of the United
Kingdom, and a Beswick porcelain figure of
the Duke of Edinburgh riding horseback, ht. to
12 1/4 in.
$200-400
555
Loetz-style Iridescent Amethyst Vase,
(imperfections), ht. 10 1/4, dia. 5 1/4 in.
$200-400
556
Two Roseville Iris Ceramic Vases, Zanesville,
Ohio, c. 1938, pattern 929-15, double-
handled forms in orange and blue colorways
with iris decoration in relief, bases impressed
Roseville, 929-15”, (orange vase with hairline
to shoulder), ht. 15 in.
$500-700
557
Approximately Fifty-one Bing & Grondahl
Christmas Plates and Literature.
$400-600
558
Group of Miscellaneous Decorative
Objects, a medicine glass and embossed
leather case, two pairs of small brass
tapersticks, two miniature tin watering cans,
a glass lemon, a brass-mounted blue glass
snuff bottle, the top with architectural scene,
two green glass orbs, a lobed metal urn, and
a doll, ht. to 9 in.
$200-300
559
Art Nouveau Limoges Porcelain Vase, the
body with an opalescent and copper lustre,
decorated with irises, ht. 12 3/4, dia. 7 in.
$300-500
560
Framed Japanese Watercolor, 19th/20th
century, depicting a perched bird atop a
flowering branch, sight size lg. 12 3/4, wd. 14
3/4 in.
$200-300
561
Eighteen Mostly Carved Wooden Animals,
including a bull, a camel, and fox, ht. to 10 in.
$300-500
562
Four Pieces of Molded Art Glass, a “Tête
D’Aigle” (Eagle) mascot on light box, a pair
of anemone candleholders, and a small vase
with leaf decoration on spiral body, all marked
Made in France, respective ht. 4 1/2, 3, 5 5/8
in.
$400-600
563
Group of Decorative Wooden Items, two
modern, turned candlesticks, five graduated,
carved faces set within one another, a large
carved sculpture of a woman, and four turned
treen vessels, ht. to 16 in.
$200-250
564
Orange Iridescent Art Glass Vase, ht. 9 1/4
in.
$250-350
565
Cast Iron House-form Birdhouse, 19th/20th
century, ht. 15 1/4, wd. 9, dp. 13 in.
$200-400
566
Pair of Bronze Candlesticks, the bobeche
and columnar support raised on a platform
base and scrolling feet, decorated with
molded foliate devices, ht. 11 1/4 in.
$100-200
567
Group of Mostly Asian Decorative Items,
a brass bell with figural finial, a white-glazed,
vine-overlay ceramic vase, a bronze Japanese
vase, a Chinese export porcelain teacup
with orange floral decoration, a German
porcelain figure of a woman holding music,
two Continental porcelain figures, and a floral-
decorated Continental porcelain pot adorned
with Bacchus masks, ht. to 10 in.
$500-800
568
Two Patinated Metal Sculptures After
Frederic Remington, 20th century, depicting
horses and riders, one of a Native American
warrior, the other of a cowboy, ht. to 24 in.
$400-600
569
Pair of Silver-plate Candlesticks Mounted
as Lamps, the bobeches over a baluster-form
shaft and acanthus-molded base, ht. 27 1/2
in.
$100-200
570
Set of Twelve Wedgwood Dinner Plates,
20th century, with gilt vines and fuchsia
feathers, dia. 10 3/4 in.
$300-500
571
Two Pairs of Floral Art Glass Paperweights,
ht. to 3, dia. to 3 1/2 in.
$200-250
572
Val St. Lambert Footed Bowl, 20th century,
the basin raised on a bubbled-trapped
vasiform shaft and circular base, ht. 6, dia. 8
1/2 in.
$200-250
573
Three Latticino Art Glass Paperweights, ht.
to 3, dia. to 3 1/2 in.
$200-250
574
Edward Miller & Co. Slag Glass Table
Lamp, the six-panel mottled brown shade on
a vasiform shaft and circular base, ht. 21 1/2,
dia. 16 in.
$300-500
575
Three Caucasian Rugs, late 19th century, a
Kazak, 4 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft., a Karabagh, 4 ft. 10
in. x 3 ft. 6 in. and a Kazak, 4 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 3
in. (all with wear).
$300-400
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576
Eight Bristol Glass Items, including a pair of
pink vases decorated with calla lilies, a pair
of blue vases with ruffled rims, and a pink oil
lamp and shade, ht. to 20 1/2 in.
$400-600
577
Group of Early Spectacles, Sunglasses,
and Cases.
$150-250
578
Six Colorless Glass Vessels, a fan-form
compote, a cruet, a floral-etched vase, a
silver-overlay and etched pitcher, a molded
and frosted jardinière, and an iris-decorated
frosted vase with gilt trim, ht. to 13 3/4 in.
$300-500
579
Latticino and Millefiori Footed Glass
Paperweight, 20th century, ht. 6 1/4 in.
$200-300
580
Six Porcelain Figures, late 19th century,
including a covered box with two cats
adorning the lid, a boat and cherub with
applied flowers, and a miniature jug with cat
and flowers, ht. to 6 1/2 in.
$150-250
581
Ten Colored Glass Items, four vases with
opalescent designs; two cranberry vases
and two yellow glass vases, and six blue
glass tumblers with thumbprint pattern and
opalescent rims, ht. to 11 in.
$200-300
582
Set of Eight Copeland Porcelain Dinner
Plates, with gilt and enameled floral
medallions on a red ground, (damage), dia.
10 1/2 in.
$100-200
583
Group of Blue and White Mostly Canton
Tableware Items, two covered dishes, a
pierced basket and Herculaneum undertray,
an ovoid dish, and a warmer, (repair), ht. to 5
1/2 in.
$500-800
584
Five Art Glass Paperweights, including a
floral pair, two swirls, and a millefiori, ht. to 4
in.
$200-250
585
Fourteen Floral-enameled Glass
Fingerbowls and Matching Saucers.
$50-100
586
Three Art Glass Baskets, an End-of-Day
basket with pinched rim, a cranberry basket
with colorless ribbed trim and hooped handle,
and an orange swirl and lobed basket with
ruffled rim, ht. to 9 in.
$200-300
587
Eight Pieces of Ruby and Cobalt Glass, six
frosted cranberry glass bottles and a pair of
floral-etched cobalt vases, ht. to 9 in.
$200-250
588
Oak Tantalus and Three Cut Crystal
Bottles, the bottles with sterling liquor labels
for rye, gin, and bourbon, (damage), ht. 13,
wd. 15 1/4, dp. 6 3/4 in.
$300-500
589
Bronze Horse and Rider Sculpture After
Frederic Remington, on a marble plinth base,
ht. 22 1/2, wd. 20, dp. 11 in.
$200-250
590
Green Leeds Creamware Basket and
Undertray, England, 19th century, the basins
with basketweave pattern, ht. 3 1/2, wd. 10
1/4, dp. 8 1/2 in.
$75-100
591
Twenty-three Pieces of Late Victorian Art
Glass, late 19th century, a small colorless,
cased, quilted, satin glass vase, a pair of
mottled vases with ruffled rims, and a pair of
blue glass vases with opalescent decoration,
ht. to 10 1/4 in.
$200-400
592
Group of English Blue and White Transfer-
printed Items, 19th century, a pierced basket
and undertray, a Denton Park pattern teapot,
a chinoiserie-decorated porcelain covered tea
bowl, a tray and two scoops, ht. to 7 1/4, wd.
to 11 1/2, dp. to 8 in.
$250-350
593
Seven Pieces of Satin Glass, a set of four
thumbprint-pattern tumblers with cherry
blossom and moth decoration, a pair of
amber quilted vases with elongated necks and
ovoid bodies, and a blue thumbprint-pattern
bulbous vase with trefoil rim, ht. to 10 1/4 in.
$250-350
594
Blue and White Chinoiserie Transfer-
decorated Teaware, six teacups, eight
saucers, a creamer, a covered sugar, and a
teapot, ht. to 5 1/2, wd. to 9, dp. to 4 1/2 in.
$200-225
595
Eight Glass Vessels, including two amethyst
vases; a cased bulbous vase with gilt
enameled flower, and a vase with etched and
gilt band of classical figures, a silver-overlay
cranberry glass vase, and a small faceted
bottle with gilt trim, ht. to 7 1/4 in.
$200-250
596
Indian Carved Wood Architectural Panel
and a Kilim.
$175-250
597
Assorted Blue and White Ceramic
Tableware, including ten cups and eleven
saucers in Mason’s American Marine pattern
ironstone, miscellaneous Canton items,
French and English transfer-printed dinner
plates, and a large Chinese charger, dia. to
17 3/4 in.
$200-250
598
Seven Pieces of Molded American Art
Pottery, including two pieces of Roseville
pottery: a tall “Peony” pattern two-handled
vase and a small “Bushberry” pattern vase,
a Weller “Woodcraft” pattern bud vase, three
beige-glazed bottles or vases which can be
fitted together, and an aqua-glazed, two-
handled bulbous vase, ht. 3 1/8 to 14 1/4 in.
$200-250
599
Offset Bookplate Lithograph After
Ferdinand Leger (American 1881-1955),
signed and dated within the matrix “FL 55” l.r.,
15 x 21 in., unframed.
$100-150
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600
Extensive Group of Blue and White
Transfer-printed Tableware, including
miscellaneous flow blue, a Royal Doulton
Geneva patter covered dish, and a Crumlin
pattern pitcher.
$200-300
601
Eighteen Glass Plate Photo Negatives
Depicting East Boston Ferry Views, with a
tan leather briefcase, (loss).
$200-300
602
Pair of Blue and White Floral-decorated
Rugerio Puebla Ceramic Covered Jars,
Mexico, 20th century, ht. 23, dia. 12 1/2 in.
$200-300
603
Three Oriental Rugs, 19th/20th century,
a Hamadan, (wear, dye runs), 6 ft. 7 in. x
3 ft. 4 in.; a Jaff Kurd bagface, (missing
approximately half an inch at bottom), 2 ft. 5
in. x 3 ft. 3 in.; and an Ersari Chuval, (wear,
holes), 3 ft. x 4 ft. 5 in.
$425-550
604
Slumped Glass and Gold-plated Clock by
Dimensional Design, ht. 11 1/2 in.
$200-250
605
Approximately Sixty Pieces of Flow Blue
Tableware, including a Sobraon pattern
sauceboat, covered dish and undertray, and
covered jar, a PW & Co. teapot, and a J. & G.
Alboch footed bowl, ht. to 9, wd. to 15 3/4,
dp. to 12 in.
$200-300
606
Two Hand-colored Horseracing Engravings,
after Ben Herring, one titled “The Silks and
Satins of the Field,” lg. to 36 1/4, wd. to 60 in.
$1,000-1,500
607
French Floriform Pottery Partial Dinner
Service, 20th century, ht. to 4 1/4, dia. to 10
1/2 in.
$400-600
608
Group of Mostly Copeland Spode
Mayflower Pattern Tableware, including two
platters, a covered dish and undertray, and a
Copeland Grosvenor tea set, ht. to. 5 1/2, wd.
to 17, dp. to 14 in.
$300-500
609
Eight Pieces of Colorless Cut Glass, a
punchbowl and stand with large hobstars, a
covered jar, a dish, a compote, three bowls, a
celery dish, ht. to 11, dia. to 10 in.
$300-500
610
Michael Rothenstein (British, 1908-1993)
Red Gothic. Signed “Michael Rothenstein”
in pencil l.r. and “artists proof” l.l. Woodcut
and screenprint on paper, sheet size 38 x 24
1/2 in., matted, unframed. Condition: Subtle
handling creases, minor mat burn, affixed to
window mat with masking tape on three sides.
$250-350
611
Copeland Spode Blue and White Transfer-
printed Italian Pattern Washbasin and
Pitcher, ht. 12 1/2, dia. 14 1/2 in.
$200-300
612
Steuben Calcite Vase, Corning, New York,
early 20th century, polished pontil, base
etched Steuben, ht. 10 1/4 in.
$300-500
613
Group of Blue and White Tableware,
including a transfer-printed three-stack food
container, a group of floral-decorated salt
shakers, an Imari plate, and a Dutch delft
charger, dia. to 13 1/2 in.
$200-300
614
Two Engravings of Nobility, late impressions
of King Phillip IV and a rider and steed, (toning
throughout), lg. to 21 3/4, wd. to 19 in.
$400-600
615
Brass Column on Marble Base, 19th
century, an sphere raised on a scrolled capital
and square tapering column, resting on a
marble base, ht. 23 1/2, wd. 5 3/4, dp. 5 1/2
in.
$400-600
616
Large Group of Ceramic Tableware, seven
Camellia pattern Syracuse China plates,
twelve blue and white transfer-printed Spode
Blue Room Collection plates, eight Mintons
bowls with cobalt and gilt trim, and a set of
Copeland Spode Chelsea Garden pattern
dinnerware.
$200-300
617
Small Carved Marble Female Bust, ht. 5
1/2, wd. 7 1/4, dp. 4 3/4 in.
$700-900
618
Three New England Landscape
Watercolors:
Aaron Berkman (American, 1900-1991),
Spring Landscape, signed l.l., labeled on
reverse, sight size 10 1/4 x 14 3/4; Susan
Tilton Pecora (American, 20th/21st
Century), Jake’s Place, Bridgewater
Corners, Vermont, signed l.l., titled on
reverse, sight size 10 1/2 x 14 3/8; and
James N. Jones (American, 20th Century),
Monadnock from Adams Pond, signed l.l.,
inscribed and dated “8/76” and bearing artist’s
label on the reverse, sight size 8 x 13 7/8
in.; all framed under glass. Condition: Not
examined out of frames.
$200-250
619
Twenty-seven-piece Set of Pink Glass
Tableware, Europe, 19th/20th century,
nineteen glasses, seven desert plates,
and a tray, with gilt foliate border and trim,
(imperfections), ht. to 5 3/4, dia. to 8 1/4 in.
$200-250
620
Tortoiseshell Trinket Box, Europe, mid-
19th century, the brass box with tortoiseshell
paneling, lid with inset portrait of a woman,
and velvet-lined interior, raised on turned,
beaded feet, ht. 2 1/2, wd. 4, dp. 3 in.
$300-500
621
Four Framed Works, a Bartlett engraving
of Faneuil Hall, a hand-colored engraving
titled “A Brisk Gale” depicting French ships, a
print signed, titled, and numbered “McCool/
Sanboat/24/300,” and a hand-colored
engraving of Washington and Boylston streets
in Boston, lg. to 22, wd. to 26 in.
$200-300
622
Box of Plaster Intaglios, Rome, 19th century,
depicting classical figures and scenes in relief,
box affixed with label inscribed “Medallions
from Rome 1883,” ht. to 3 1/4 in.
$200-300
623
Small Iridescent Overlay Art Glass Vase,
ovoid form with flaring rim, the body decorated
with two overlay flowers, ht. 5 in.
$300-500
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624
Six Art Glass Vases, a pair of speckled
amethyst cased glass, a floriform vase, a pair
of yellow case glass vases with mottled red
decoration and applied handles, and a blue
vase with opalescent decoration, ht. to 8 in.
$250-350
625
Chinese Needlework Rug, 20th century, 9 ft.
x 5 ft. 9 in.
$200-250
626
Schumann Floral-decorated Porcelain
Partial Service, Bavaria, 20th century,
including teapot, creamer, sugar, and long
tray, ht. to 8 3/4 in.
$500-700
627
Carved Alabaster Book Sculpture, inscribed
on the exterior Divina Commedia, the interior
with bust of Dante gazing up at Beatrice, ht.
13 7/8, lg. 13 in.
$400-600
628
Amethyst Iridescent Footed Art Glass
Vase, with a pinched rim and swirl design
throughout, ht. 8 in.
$400-600
629
Two Walnut Framed French Engravings,
one titled “La Veille des Noces,” by Eugene
Varin, the other titled “La Cinquataine,” by Paul
Girardet, lg. 33, wd. 42 1/2 in.
$300-500
630
Red Iridescent Art Glass Vase, with ruffled
rim and blue swirl design, ht. 6 1/2 in.
$300-500
631
Large Baccarat Vase, France, mid to late
20th century, cylindrical form tapering to base,
the shoulder with applied shell-form double
handles in frosted glass, base with acid-
etched mark, ht. 11 3/8 in.
$600-900
632
Pair of Gilt-bronze-mounted Onyx
Candlesticks, France, 19th century, columnar,
mounted on a square plinth, ht. 6 3/8 in.
$250-350
633
Three Slag Glass Lighting Devices, a
basket-form hanging lamp with floral devices,
and a pair of torchieres, with hexagonal-
paneled lights and leaf-form mounts, (loss), ht.
to 64 in.
$200-400
634
Molded and Frosted Glass Vase, 20th
century, in the style of Lalique, of tapering
form depicting children and grapevines, with
spurious marks on base, ht. 11 1/2, wd. 7
1/4, dp. 6 in.
$300-500
635
Cobalt Glass Vase, the bulbous body
rising to an elongated neck, with gold mica
decoration, ht. 8 1/2 in.
$150-250
636
Five Cotton Machine-woven Tapestry
Panels Depicting Roman Ruins, Italy,
second half 20th century, three mounted as
throw pillows: two of the Colosseum and
one of the Forum, lg. 16 to 42, and two
unmounted, depicting the Colosseum, lg. 15
to 35 in.
$75-150
637
Three Alf Wallander for Rorstrand Art
Nouveau Ceramic Vases, Sweden, c.
1905, a double handled vase, and a pair of
bottle-form vases, with white clay bodies
and decorated in blue with chestnut leaves
and pods, and dandelion leaves respectively,
each marked on base Dessin, Alf Wallander,
Rorstrand, ht. 5 5/8 to 8 7/8 in.
$300-500
638
Group of Mostly Parian Figures, five
classical figures, and a pair of blue and white
porcelain figures of children carrying baskets,
ht. to 12 3/4 in.
$300-500
639
After Roger Brown (American, 1941-1997)
Disasters, Phyllis Kind Gallery, 1973. Signed
l.r. Lithograph exhibition poster, sight size 26
7/8 x 16 3/4 in., framed. Condition: Glass
cracked l.r., slight rippling of paper, not
examined out of frame.
$100-125
640
Four Small Hand-colored Framed
Engravings of English and New England
Views, State Street, Boston, Hartford,
Cambridge (England), and Newport, Isle of
Wight, sight size approx. 7 3/4 x 9 1/2 in.
Condition: Minor toning, foxing, and light
stains, not examined out of frames.
$200-300
641
Two Rosenthal Art Glass Plates, 20th
century, depicting angelic and Christian
figures, the rims decorated with blue and gold
scrolled accents, dia. 11 1/4 in.
$300-500
642
Two Ceramic Bud Vases, one with acid-
etched depiction of a bird perched atop a
branch; the other monochrome, with bulbous
body and elongated neck, ht. to 9 3/4 in.
$200-250
643
Ansonia Ceramic Mantel Clock, 19th/20th
century, the cobalt case with scrolled foliage,
molded rosettes, and gilt trim framing a floral-
painted cartouche and enameled Roman
numeral dial, ht. 12 1/2, wd. 13 3/4, dp. 5 in.
$200-300
644
Peter Bramhall (American, b. 1942) Glass
Sculpture, 1989, signed and dated on
underside, dia. 8 1/4 in.
$200-300
645
Blue and White Meiping Vase on Stand,
20th century, the ovoid body painted with
floral sprigs, ht. 5 1/2, dia. 3 1/4 in.
$200-300
646
Northwest Persian Long Rug, late 19th
century, (wear, missing approximately an inch
and a half at top and three inches at bottom),
9 ft. x 3 ft. 4 in.
$600-800
647
Steuben Gold Aurene Art Glass Bowl, early
20th century, ht. 4, dia. 14 in.
$200-300
648
Louis Dage Art Deco Ceramic Vase, France,
c. 1925, the bottle-form vase decorated with
band of leaves and flowers, marked “L. Dage”
near base, “Made in France” on base, (rim
repair), ht. 6 3/4 in.
$200-250
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649
Dutch School, 19th Century
Two Views of Amsterdam. Signed illegibly
l.l. and l.r., respectively, and each labeled to
the reverse “Watercolor of the Hague, Holland,
painted by the landlady’s brother, 1879,
Adelia C. Williams.” Watercolors on paper,
sight size 14 3/4 x 10 3/8 in., framed (under
glass). Condition: Toning, not examined out
of frames.
$250-350
650
Group of Assorted Textiles, including a red
paisley-bordered tablecloth, a small rug, and
assorted embroidered table linens.
$150-250
651
Four Colorless Cut Glass Bowls, including
a strawberry diamond and fan bowl, ht. to 4,
dia. to 9 1/4 in.
$300-500
652
Four Pieces of Poole Art Pottery, England,
20th century, including a polychrome pot and
undertray, a floral-decorated jar, and a mottled
blue jar, ht. to 5 in.
$300-500
653
Bokhara Carpet, Pakistan, 20th century, 10
ft. 5 in. x 8 ft. 2 in.
$100-200
654
Jaeger LeCoultre Seven Jewel Eight-day
Obelisk Clock, mid-20th century, the dial set
within a plinth base, decorated with gold-tone
Egyptian motifs, ht. 9 1/2, wd. 2 1/4, dp. 2
1/4 in.
$400-600
655
Two Photo Reproductions After Thomas
Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975), a bar
scene and a ranching scene, lg. to 16, wd. to
19 1/2 in.
$50-75
656
Framed Dutch School Skating Scene, 20th
century, lg. 8 1/2, wd. 11 in.
$200-400
657
Oak-framed Tripartite Equestrian Plaque,
the central panel depicting a western scene,
flanked by two horse portraits, with riding crop
and four horseshoes affixed to frame, lg. 31
3/4, wd. 78 3/4 in.
$500-700
658
Three Colorless Cut Glass Bowls, including
a Libbey bowl with hobstars and hobnails, ht.
to 4 1/4, dia. to 10 1/4 in.
$200-400
659
Wedgwood Blue Jasper Dip Jardinière,
England, 19th century, (repair), ht. 7 1/4, dia.
8 in.
$200-250
660
European School, 20th Century
River Scene. Unsigned. Oil on canvas,
28 1/2 x 40 1/2 in., framed. Condition:
Craquelure.
$200-300
661
Nine Framed Engravings, 18th and 19th
century, including hand-colored engravings by
T. Alton titled “The Culture and Preparation of
Tea” and “The Kilns of King-tan,” and two 18th
century French engravings, lg. to 15 1/2, wd.
to 27 1/2 in.
$200-250
662
Five Cane Hilts, 19th/20th century, a cat in
a boot, a bone and sterling-mounted, two
carved dog’s heads, and a gilt and floral-
decorated hilt.
$300-500
663
Five Colorless Cut Glass Vessels, two
decanters and three carafes, ht. to 12 in.
$250-350
664
Meissen Porcelain Covered Box and a Cut-
corner Bowl, Europe, 20th century, the box
chinoiserie-decorated, depicting figures and
animals in relief, the bowl with decorated with
two hand-painted boat scenes and flowers,
with gilt trim throughout, (repair), ht. to 4, wd.
to 8 3/4, dp. to 8 3/4 in.
$200-250
665
Pair of Ekornes Bentwood Leather-
upholstered Armchairs, Norway, late 20th
century, ht. 31, wd. 24 1/2, dp. 24 in.
$200-250
666
Twelve Fans, including one with pierced bone
and a silk box, one with black lace and gold
sequins, and a pierced and carved mother-of-
pearl-handled fan with hand-painted courting
scene, lg. to 13 1/2 in.
$200-300
667
Pair of Gilt Ecclesiastical Adjustable
Five-light Candelabra, two lights to each
moveable arm, each with scrolled foliage
and mythological creatures, one with central
vignette of crucified Christ, supported by a
pierced foliate tripod base, signed indistinctly
on reverse, (loss), ht. to 28 1/2, wd. to 17 in.
$300-500
668
Three Framed Works of Art, two etchings,
both signed indistinctly, one titled and
numbered “Tree Roots/10/25,” the other
depicting a harbor scene; and an abstract oil
on paper, bearing a Strathmore Artist’s stamp
l.l.
$200-250
669
Four Pieces of Colorless Cut Glass, three
cruets, one with hobnail and stars, one with
etched daisies, and one with fans and stars,
and a tazza with hobstars and fans, ht. to 10
in.
$150-250
670
Ten Mostly Carved Bone Walking Sticks,
19th and 20th century, including two with
carved bone handles, three full bone sticks,
one with foliate-molded sterling handle, and
one with carved alligator shaft, lg. to 37 1/4 in.
$400-600
671
Contemporary Dining Table and Six
Leather Dining Chairs, rectangular top with
one leaf saber legs in dark stain accompanied
by six brown leather dining chairs, ht. 29 1/2,
lg. 80, wd. 37, chair ht. 34 3/4 in.
$500-700
672
Set of Twelve Floral-decorated Reticulated
Plates, dia. 8 3/4 in.
$250-350
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673
Ten Miscellaneous Decorative Objects,
including a Russian icon depicting Mary,
a Spaniel-form button, two small portrait
medallions of Napoleon and Josephine, and
various brooches and pins, ht. to 5, wd. to 4
1/4 in.
$200-250
674
Pair of Copeland Spode Pink Porcelain
Covered Jars and Stands, 19th/20th
century, depicting hand-painted flowers and
gilt butterflies, the lids with gilt foo dog finials,
ht. 10 3/4 in.
$400-600
675
Five Mostly Navajo Rugs.
$500-700
676
Pair of Moser-type Cranberry Glass Cruets,
Europe, late 19th century, with enameled
flowers and gilt decoration, applied ribbed
colorless glass strap handles and colorless
stoppers, ht. 11 3/4 in.
$200-300
677
Set of Twelve Amberina Dishes, late
19th century, with thumbprint-pattern and
enameled flowers, dia. 6 1/4 in.
$250-350
678
Pair of Gilt and Patinated Metal
Candlestick Lamps, the lobed bobeche on
a reeded and molded foliate standard, and
tripod base with paw feet, ht. 11 1/4 in.
$150-250
679
Five Ivory and Faux-ivory Items, China,
19th/20th century, three ivory figures of
children, colored, fixed on wood stands; a
faux-ivory figure riding on an elephant; and
a seated man with a jar on his head, ht. to 3
3/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
680
Extensive Group of Cobalt Glass Stemware
and Serving Pieces, including two floral-
etched cruet sets, chalices, goblets, and finger
bowls with etched grapevine borders, a cobalt
cut-to-clear bud vase, and an ovoid vase with
elongated neck, flared rim and cut fans and
diamonds, ht. to 17 in.
$300-500
681
Pair of Framed Pietra Dura Plaques, Italy,
mid-20th century, depicting two figures
holding musical instruments dancing, lg. 9
3/4, wd. 7 1/4 in.
$700-900
682
Eight Pieces of Dutch Art Pottery, 20th
century, a trefoil dish, signed “Regina Gouda,”
an ashtray signed “Cora Arnhem,” an ashtray
initialed “DP,” a handled vase signed “Ajoux
B,” a small jug signed “Damoseus,” a bowl
signed “Distel,” a black Zenith jug, and a green
pottery vessel, ht. to 6 in.
$250-350
683
Three Pieces of Contemporary Art Glass,
20th and 21st century, a Treasure Collupy
cobalt handkerchief vase, a Richard Golding
Okra Glass iridescent vase with floral-
decoration on a tapering cylindrical body, and
an L. Hudin cobalt vase with swirled design,
ht. to 8 1/2 in.
$200-300
684
Eight Snuff Boxes, 19th/20th century, seven
circular and of materials including, wood,
enameled glass, enameled metal, porcelain,
lacquer, and plastic, dia. to 3 3/8, and one
oval brown-glazed ceramic with metal mounts,
lg. 3 in.
$200-300
685
Slag Glass and Overlay Table Lamp,
the shade with four caramel slag glass
panels, decorated with overlay festoons, on
gooseneck standard and floral-decorated oval
base, ht. 11, wd. 11, dp. 6 1/2 in.
$300-500
686
Four Colorless Glass Vessels, mid-20th
century, a pair of Holmegaard ovoid art
glass vases, and a pair of etched Steuben
decanters, possibly by Donald Pollard, with
ribbed neck and flared lip, ht. to 10 1/4 in.
$200-300
687
Sancai Ewer, China, Tang Dynasty style,
two-dragon form head, decorated with Sancai
glaze, ht.14 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
688
Eleven Brown to Black-glazed Jars, China,
a black-glazed covered ewer; six bulbous
jars with one with floral rim; two baluster-
shape jars; a globular jar with applied design;
and two elliptical jars with two loops on the
shoulder, ht. 7, dia. to 4 7/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-500
689
After James Walter Gozzard (British, 1862-
1939)
Boats in a Harbor. Signed within the matrix
l.r., color collotype on paper, image size 15 x 9
3/4 in., (creasing).
$400-600
690
Eight Framed Works, three A. Ripley hunting
scene lithographs, an A.B. Frost hunting
scene collotype, a T.W. Bensen boating scene
print, an M.V. Morse bookplate of doves, and
two pheasant shooting prints.
$975-1,375
691
Five Cizhou-glazed Wares, China, two large
bowls with painted design, dia. to 10; two
small bowls, dia. to 4; a round covered seal
paste box, dia. 3 1/4 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-400
692
Sancai Vase, China, Tang Dynasty style,
decorated with Sancai glaze, ht. 10 1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
693
Six Ceramic Items, Japan, three blue and
white sake cups, tubular; a blue and white
ribbed dish; an enameled dish with crackling;
and a lozenge-shaped Imari dish, dia. to 6
1/2 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
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Tripod Censer, China, Tang Dynasty style,
decorated with green glaze and supported by
claw form tripod, ht. 7 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
695
Two Yixing Teapots, China, one of
compressed globular form incised with
calligraphy and goldfish, with monster-head
spout, cover with scrolling finial and mark at
interior, mark on base, dia. 4; the other of
globular form carved with garden scenes and
pavilions, the body pierced with lappet and
scroll motifs, the cover with foo lion finial and
pierced with ruyi-shaped foliage, mark on
base, dia. 3 7/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-400
696
Sarouk Rug, West Persia, 20th century, 2 ft. 8
in. x 4 ft. 10 in.
$300-500
697
Framed Painting with Peonies and
Phoenixes, China, gouache on paper, with
painted floral border, painting 132 x 18 5/8 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$300-400
698
Carved Bone Vase, China, with decoration
of Daoist figures with pavilions, trees, and
animals, four animal heads, each with a loose
ring on the neck, ht. 10 in.
Provenance: From the Estate of Peter L.
Rosenberg.
$200-300
699
After Edwin Whitefield (English, 1816-1892)
View of Boston in 1848. Hand-colored
engraving, sight size 22 1/4 x 44 3/4 in.,
framed, (not examined out of frame).
$200-300
700
British School, 19th Century
Entry of Monai. Indistinctly signed l.r.
Etching with drypoint, sight size 20 3/4 x 23
3/4 in., framed.
$200-250
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1000
Ideal Composition Shirley Temple
Doll, c. 1936, with open mouth,
sleeping eyes (crazed), original blonde
mohair wig, five-piece body, and
original red and green plaid dress and
undergarment from “Bright Eyes” with
NRA tag, ht. 21 in., (paint cracking on
face and left arm, paint wear on right
hand and left arm, missing button and
bow, replaced shoes and socks).
$200-300
1001
Bisque Shoulder Head Doll,
Germany, late 19th century, back of
shoulder plate incised “Germany,”
with blond wig, bisque arms and
hands, stationary blue glass eyes,
kidskin body, floral-decorated cotton
dress, ivory cotton and lace collar and
undergarments, white silk stockings,
and white leatherette booties, lg. 13
1/2 in.
Provenance: Sarah Taylor Thomas and
Alice Hughes, c. 1895.
$200-250
1002
Twenty-four Porcelain Half Dolls and
a Figural Box, 20th century, ht. to 3
3/4 in.
$250-300
1003
Bisque Head Tête Jumeau Bébé,
Paris, c. 1890, back of head marked
“DEPOSE TETE JUMEAU Bte SGDG
2,” with curly blond mohair wig, brown
lined eyes with toggle mechanism to
close, closed mouth, pierced ears with
imitation pearl earrings, on marked
Jumeau composition body with cotton
gingham dress, white cotton apron,
white cotton undergarments, white
silk stockings, and brown leatherette
shoes with applied red silk rosettes, ht.
11 1/2 in.
Provenance: Brought from Paris by
Rebecca Hughes Taylor for Lydia
Hughes, c. 1890.
$800-1,200
1004
Two China Shoulder Head Dolls and
a Large Papier-mâché Shoulder
Head Doll, Germany and America,
19th century, the china shoulder head
dolls with painted pale blue eyes, short
black curly hair with center parts, cloth
bodies, cotton and wool dresses and
undergarments, kidskin arms and
hands, and leatherette booties; the
papier-mâché shoulder head doll with
painted brown eyes, smiling mouth,
black curly hair with center part, cloth
body, red kidskin arms, brown and
taupe patterned dress, white cotton
undergarments, red cotton stockings,
and red leatherette booties.
$200-250
1005
German Polychrome Painted
Composition Roly Poly Clown
Figure, ht. 10 in.
$200-300
1006
Grandma Moses Doll and Bisque
Head Nurse and Baby Dolls,
Grandma Moses doll seated and
affixed to pine doll chair (losses and
repairs) with grey wig in high chignon,
wire-rim eyeglasses, black velvet
choker, patterned cotton blouse with
gold-tone buttons and matching skirt,
ivory cotton and lace undergarments,
blue cotton stockings, and black
leatherette booties; together with doll
easel and painting; the nurse doll
seated in pine doll rocker holding the
baby doll, both with bisque head,
hands, and lower legs; the nurse
with curly blond mohair wig, wire-rim
glasses, blue and white synthetic
nurse’s uniform and cap, white silk
stockings, and white leatherette shoes;
the baby with rotating bisque head
decorated with three expressions:
sleeping, happy, and crying, with
embroidered ivory felt christening gown
and bonnet.
$200-250
1007
Simon & Halbig Bisque Socket Head
Doll, Germany, early 20th century,
back of neck incised “Germany/
Heinrich Handwerck/Simon & Halbig,”
with sleeping blue eyes, parted lips
with inset upper teeth, curly strawberry
blond mohair wig, fully articulated
composition body (losses to right
hand), with pink and ivory silk and lace
dress and black leatherette booties,
ht. 19 in.
$300-400
1008
Four Composition and Cloth Dolls,
hard plastic girl doll with blond wig,
sleeping green eyes, painted open
mouth, fully articulated body, white
embroidered lace dress with white
cotton stockings and pale pink shoes;
a painted cloth Betty Boop doll in blue
felt hooded jumper and yellow felt
booties; a German papier-mâché boy
doll with brown wig, fixed brown glass
eyes, brown and taupe flannel shirt,
blue and white striped pants with rope
belt, and black rubber wellies; and a
Kewpie baby doll with a red corduroy,
soft plastic face, and red velour body.
$100-200
1009
Seven Bisque Bonnet Head Dolls,
probably Hertwig, Germany, wearing
a variety of molded fancy hats,
including a whimsical butterfly bonnet,
and blouses, in later costumes, ht.
10 1/2-20 in., (some repairs, mainly
reproduction bodies and bisque limbs).
$150-250
1010
Victorian-style Doll Form, black lace
collar, embroidered pink boned corset,
boned bustle, white cotton and lace
bloomers, black stockings, and black
and red leatherette lace-up booties;
together with two antique paper dolls.
$150-250
1011
Kestner Open Mouth Bisque Socket
Head Doll, Germany, late 19th century,
back of head incised “D/Made in
Germany,” with fixed brown glass eyes,
open mouth, and curly brown mohair
wig on an articulated composition body
with blue and green checked cotton
skirt and jacket with white silk blouse,
black silk stockings, brown leatherette
buckled shoes, and blue velvet bonnet,
ht. 15 in.
Provenance: Lydia Hughes.
$200-300
1011A
Handwerck Bisque Head Girl Doll,
Germany, early 20th century, with blue
glass sleeping eyes, open mouth, inset
teeth, pierced ears, impressed 99 11
1/2 DEP Germany Handwerck 3 mark,
curled blonde synthetic fiber wig, and
fully articulated composition body, ht.
22 1/2 in.
$200-250
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Three German Bisque Shoulder
Head Dolls, late 19th century, an
Armand Marseille bisque shoulder
head doll with back of shoulder plate
incised “A.M. 7/0.,” brown sleeping
eyes, open mouth with four exposed
teeth, bisque arms and hands, kidskin
body, straw bonnet, pink cotton
cape and dress with white cotton
undergarments, white silk stockings,
and black leatherette booties, ht. 14
in.; together with three German bisque
head dolls (all lacking eyes).
$300-400
1013
Two Paint-decorated Felt Pockets,
20th century, with attached wrist straps
and metal snap buttons, each ht. 12 in.
$100-150
1014
Four Small Antique Dolls, Germany
and France, late 19th century, two
china shoulder head dolls; a bisque
composition doll; and a small bisque
head baby doll.
$200-250
1015
Vintage Schuco Yes/No Bellhop
Monkey, the articulated monkey with
jointed shoulders and hips and head
that swivels left to right and up and
down, controlled by tail, composed of
brown felt hands and feet, mohair tail,
and felted face and ears with plastic
eyes and mohair head, wearing a
red felt fez and jacket with black felt
buttons and black felt pants, (wear to
feet, hole to bottom of one pant leg
near ankle), seated ht. 8, lg. overall
11 in.
$200-300
1016
Group of Assorted Dolls and Doll
Accessories, comprising a hard
plastic Madame Alexander doll with
green sleeping eyes, brown curly
wig, a white cotton and lace dress
with full skirt, white stockings and
undergarments, and black slippers; a
small bisque socket head girl doll with
braided brown wig and composition
bisque body (losses to one foot); an
Eastern European papier-mâché girl
doll with braided blond wig, sleeping
blue eyes, open mouth with exposed
upper teeth, on a composition body
with a purple silk dress with applied
floral decoration, white felt jacket,
and black slippers; a wax baby doll
with white cotton and lace bonnet
and dress, white cotton stockings,
and black leatherette booties; a pair
of white cotton doll bloomers; a white
cotton doll undershirt; and three doll
display stands.
$200-250
1017
French Bisque Socket Head
Fashion Doll, probably Paris, late
19th century/early 20th century, back
of neck incised “8,” with curly light
brown mohair wig, fixed blue glass
eyes with painted lashes, pierced ears
with beaded earrings, bisque breast
plate, arms, and hands, kidskin torso
and legs, pink lace and velvet hat with
green feather, embroidered purple silk
evening dress with pink velvet bustle
and bodice, ivory linen undergarments,
fishnet stockings, and purple
leatherette booties; together with white
porcelain poodle, and metal and wood
doll stand.
$600-800
1018
Five Antique Dolls, a hard plastic
Madame Alexander doll with sleeping
blue eyes, blond curly wig, pink
ruffled dress and bonnet, white
cotton undergarments and stockings,
and black slippers; an Effanbee
composition girl doll with sleeping blue
eyes, blond curly wig, white cotton
eyelet dress, white silk stockings,
and light brown leatherette shoes;
and three Eastern European dolls in
traditional dress.
$200-250
1019
SFBJ Bisque Socket Head Girl Doll,
Paris, early 20th century, back of head
incised “SFBJ/Paris/5,” with fixed blue
glass eyes and painted lashes, open
mouth with exposed upper teeth,
curly blond mohair wig (losses), on
fully articulated composition and wood
body with embroidered green cotton
dress with ornate lace collar and full
skirt, white cotton undergarments, and
black and white cotton stockings, ht.
17 in.
$250-350
1019A
Three German Bisque Head Girl
Dolls, early 20th century.
$200-250
1020
Armand Marseille “Floradora”
Bisque Shoulder Head Novelty Pen
Wiper, early 20th century, with open
mouth, fixed blue glass eyes, blonde
mohair wig, cream silk ribbons and fine
wool layered base, ht. 3 7/8 x dia. 5
3/4 in., (silk unstable).
$50-75
1021
Two Small China Shoulder Head
Dolls, probably Germany, late 19th
century, both with black-painted
hair, rosy cheeks, purple cotton
dresses with white cotton and lace
undergarments, and china hands and
feet with black-painted shoes, ht. 6 in.
$200-250
1022
Victorian Black-painted Wicker Baby
Carriage.
$100-150
1023
Pair of Steiff Margaret Strong
Cinnamon Mohair Bride and Groom
Teddy Bears, 1980s, both with ear
buttons and yellow ear tags, nos.
0155/36 and 0155/37, groom bear
with wrist tags, bride bear with internal
growler, ht. 14 1/2 in.
$300-400
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Large Wigged China Shoulder
Head Doll, brown painted eyes and
eyebrows, red painted lips, brown
wig, pate glued down, cloth body,
kidskin arms, back of shoulder plate
incised “#2 McCall,” brown cotton and
lace dress with purple-embroidered
silk stomacher and inset panel,
white cotton undergarments, black
leatherette booties, and accompanying
brown silk bonnet, together with a
velvet-upholstered faux bamboo stool,
doll ht. 23 in.
$400-600
1025
Patti-Jene Bisque Googly-eyed
Girl Doll, America, dated 1966, back
of neck incised “Patti-Jene/66,” with
brown curly mohair wig with pale pink
ribbons, fixed bright blue googly glass
eyes with painted lashes, rosy cheeks,
smiling mouth, articulated all-bisque
body, floral-decorated pink and white
cotton dress, ivory cotton and lace
apron, pink knit wool bloomers, and
black leatherette shoes.
$200-300
1026
Three Steiff Plush Mohair Animals,
a pair of Margaret Strong yellow
mohair fully jointed bears, 1980s, black
embroidered noses and claws, with ear
buttons and tags, both no. 0155/32,
ht. 12, and an earlier unmarked tabby
cat, with black-striped blonde mohair
fur, green glass eyes, pink embroidered
nose and mouth, and red embroidered
claws, lg. 14 in. to tip of tail.
$300-500
1027
Dark-haired Sasha Doll, Germany, c.
1960s, marked “Sasha Serie” within a
circle to nape and within two circles to
back, all vinyl with rooted dark brown
hair, painted blue-gray eyes, closed
mouth, pierced nostrils, jointed limbs,
and original brown corduroy dress with
matching bloomers, lacking shoes, ht.
16 in., (soiling).
$1,000-1,500
1027A
Three Large Bisque Head Dolls,
Germany, early 20th century, a Simon
Halbig bisque head girl doll with blonde
mohair wig, sleeping eyes, articulated
composition body, and white cotton
dress; a Special 62 bisque head girl
doll with braided brown mohair wig,
sleeping brown eyes, articulated
composition body, and cotton gingham
dress; and a CM Bergmann bisque
head girl doll with brown mohair wig,
sleeping brown eyes, articulated
composition body, and white natural
cotton dress.
$300-400
1028
Martha Chase-type Dutch Girl Doll,
unmarked, with jointed stockinette
body, oil-painted head with blue eyes,
rosy cheeks, light brown hair, and pink
lips, white cotton undergarments,
white and purple gingham dress, white
cotton apron and bonnet, and wooden
clogs, (soiling, head coming loose from
body), ht. 17 in.
$200-250
1029
Small Lenci Character Mascotte
Boy Doll with Wooden Pig, c. 1930s,
the boy with brown painted eyes,
expressive painted mouth, blonde
mohair wig, original blue and black felt
regional costume with faded red felt
detailing and stocking cap, and wood
and red felt tie-on shoes, with painted
pink wooden pig tucked under his arm,
ht. 9 in.
$200-400
1030
Two Cased Composition Asian Dolls
Wearing National Silk Costumes,
overall ht. including case 15 1/2 and
14 1/2 in.
$100-150
1031
Pair of Blonde German All-bisque
Dolls, with molded wavy blonde
hair, painted blue eyes, rosy cheeks,
and pink lips, molded and painted
stockings and shoes, jointed limbs,
white cotton undergarments, and two-
piece red velvet and fur winter outfits
with matching fur hats, together with a
painted sled, doll ht. 7 1/2 in.
$250-350
1032
Papier-mâché Shoulder Head Doll,
America, mid-19th century, with
painted pale blue eyes, black center-
part hair with curls behind exposed
pierced ears, composition cloth body,
white kidskin arms, brown and taupe
patterned dress with cotton and lace
undergarments, ivory stockings, and
brown leatherette booties, ht. 22 1/2
in.
Provenance: Given to Alice Hughes by
her aunt, Alice Hughes Yarnell.
$300-400
1033
Two Miniature Articulated Mohair
Teddy Bears, a golden mohair with
a partial German cloth tag, and an
unmarked larger blonde mohair, both
with jointed bodies and embroidered
noses and mouths, ht. 3 3/4 and 6 in.,
respectively.
$150-250
1034
Two Small Boy Dolls, a Ken Tuck
United Federation Doll Club souvenir
bisque shoulder head doll, stamped
“Ken Tuck 1973 Janet E Mastelles
©1972” to shoulder plate, with cloth
body and bisque limbs, molded blond
hair, painted facial features, dog-
embroidered shirt and short pants,
socks, and shoes, accompanied by
painted bisque hobby horse, ht. 15,
and a smaller wax doll in fur-lined
two-piece red wool winter outfit, with
molded wax head with painted features
and molded hat, and carved wooden
hands, ht. 11 in.
$200-300
1035
Approximately Fifteen Assorted
Dolls, including a corn husk doll, two
dolls made out of seashells, a blue
cloth voodoo doll, and assorted folk
dolls in various international costumes.
$200-250
1036
Doll’s Chair and Cradle, a blue paint-
decorated Windsor side chair, and a
pine rocking cradle with mattress and
pillow.
$200-300
1037
Pair of Mid-20th Century Continental
Bisque Dolls, with molded heads
and chest plates, painted blue eyes,
red lips, and rosy cheeks, molded
wavy blond hair, and bisque limbs, in
Victorian-style European costumes,
ht. 16 in.
$250-350
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Blond Parian Shoulder Head Lady
Doll, Germany, with gilt-decorated and
floral headdress, applied rhinestone
earrings and necklace, bisque
forearms, hands, lower legs, and feet,
pink and black silk and velvet tiered
evening dress with lace overlay, and
light blue-painted boots.
$500-700
1039
Miniature Marble-topped Oval Doll’s
Table, with green-tinted marble top
over molded wooden base, ht. 6 5/8,
lg. 9 3/4 in.
$200-250
1040
Three Assorted Black Dolls, a
French molded plastic baby doll in
printed cotton dress seated in a chair,
a Moses folk doll holding the Ten
Commandments, and a small folk art
doll with the face carved from a root,
and wearing African woven striped
garments, ht. to 12 in.
$200-250
1041
Rheinische Gummi Celluloid
Shoulder Head Girl Doll, Germany,
early 20th century, with open mouth,
fixed blue glass eyes, red mohair
wig, oil cloth body with jointed limbs
and celluloid lower arms, in period
wool cotton and velveteen Bavarian
costume, ht. 22 5/8 in., (slight moth
damage).
$150-200
1042
Nine Assorted Dollhouse Dolls,
including three china head, two
all bisque, and a clothespin doll,
(damage).
$200-300
1043
Four Bisque Kewpie and Kewpie-
type Figurines, a seated Kewpie
sucking its thumb, a standing pouting
Kewpie in a diaper, a standing Kewpie
on wooden base with jointed arms,
and a small chubby bisque figurine with
painted hair and facial features and
jointed arms, ht. to 7 in.
$150-250
1044
Early Plush Mohair Monkey, c. 1905,
probably Steiff, the monkey with fully
jointed brown mohair body, black
button eyes, brown felt face, ears,
hands, and feet with brown stitching,
swivel head, (repair to left hand, losses,
pinhole to left ear where ear button
likely was), lg. 20 in.
$100-200
1044A
Maher Studios Ventriloquist Dummy,
1980s, with black wig, moveable
eyebrows, eyes, mouth, and arms, with
patterned polo shirt, Teenage Mutant
Ninja Turtle belt, acid-washed jeans,
and Nike sneakers (interior works
operational).
$400-600
1045
Three Pieces of Breton Carved
Walnut Doll Furniture, a chair and
a settee, both with lift-top seats for
storage, and a china cupboard with
two shelves and a two-door cupboard
below, lg. to 13, ht. to 14 in.
$300-500
1046
Early Steiff Mohair Teddy Bear, c.
1930s, the blonde mohair bear with
fully jointed limbs, swivel head, black
button eyes, black embroidered nose,
mouth, and claws, felt pads, and ear
button, (some fur loss), ht. 13 in.
$300-500
1047
Blonde China Shoulder Head Doll,
19th century, “3” impressed to back
of shoulder plate, with molded curly
blond hair, painted blue eyes, rosy
cheeks, and red lips, cloth body,
kidskin hands, white cotton and eyelet
undergarments, calico dress, lavender
leatherette booties, and Shaker-style
ladder-back chair, doll ht. 18 in.
$200-300
1048
Group of Small Dolls and
Accessories, including bisque and
composition dollhouse dolls, an
all-bisque hugging pair of twins, a
black-painted seated figurine, and two
parasols.
$150-250
1049
Group of Miscellaneous Dollhouse
Furniture and Accessories, including
a round marble-topped table, a round
pedestal-base dining table, a velvet-
upholstered parlor suite, rugs, lamps,
and other items.
$200-250
1050
Pair of European Blonde China
Dolls, with molded heads and necks,
curly blond hair, painted facial features,
china limbs, and stuffed cloth bodies,
the lady doll in a lace and cotton dress
with white cotton undergarments and
teal silk ribbons, the boy doll in polka-
dot trousers and a purple wool jacket
with mother-of-pearl buttons and
matching polka-dot collar and cuffs,
ht. 16 in., together with a pierced ivory
plastic doll chair.
$250-350
1051
French Bisque Socket Head Boy
Doll with Goatee and Moustache,
late 19th/early 20th century, head
unmarked, with light brown mohair
wig and glued pate, fixed blue glass
eyes with painted lashes, brown
painted moustache and goatee, bisque
breast plate and arms, cloth body
legs, ivory cotton shirt, embroidered
silk vest, black wool and silk jacket
and matching trousers, and black
leatherette booties; together with metal
and wood doll stand, doll ht. 15 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
1052
Black-haired China Shoulder
Head Doll, Germany, 19th century,
unmarked, with molded black curly
Adelina-style hairdo, painted blue
eyes, pink lips, and black eyebrows,
china arms, china legs with painted
black boots, cloth body, white cotton
undergarments, and rust-colored velvet
dress with black lace detailing.
$400-600
1053
China Shoulder Head Hidden
Diorama Doll, the black-haired
china-head half doll with molded and
painted ringlets, blue painted eyes,
rosy cheeks, and pink painted lips,
china hands holding a vase of flowers,
“LYDIA” incised to shoulder plate, in
an ivory striped cotton and crocheted
eyelet dress with applied silk flowers,
her skirts parting to reveal a fabric-
covered wooden box with two doors
that open to a tavern diorama scene,
with a seated band of musicians and
various decorative accessories, overall
ht. 14 in.
$300-500
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Four Dolls, an Armand Marseille
bisque-head baby doll with sleeping
blue eyes, painted pink lips,
composition hands, and cloth body in
white cotton nightgown; an Armand
Marseille 750 D.R.G.M. 258 bisque-
head toddler doll with short brown
mohair wig, two inset front teeth,
and fully jointed composition toddler
body in white cotton nightgown; a
Kamkins cloth child doll with molded
and painted cloth face, painted blue
eyes, rosy cheeks, and coral lips, blond
wig, cloth body, white cotton and pink
gingham onesie, signed “L. Kampes
Atlantic City Pat. Nov 2-20” in ink to
back of head; and a Martha Chase-
type girl doll with oil-painted stockinette
head, molded and painted bobbed
blond hair, painted blue eyes, pink lips,
rosy cheeks, and black eyelashes,
oil-painted stockinette limbs, and cloth
body in white cotton undergarments
and socks and a pink printed cotton
dress.
$400-600
1055
Two Dolls and a White Wicker
Cradle, a topsy-turvy cloth doll, one
side with yellow yarn hair, painted blue
eyes, green and white gingham dress,
and red bonnet, the other with gray
yarn hair, painted blue eyes, and black
and white gingham dress and hairpiece
with apron, possibly Little Red Riding
Hood and Grandma; a Heubach
bisque-head girl doll, impressed “6
HEUBACH 81 Germany” to back of
head, with sleeping blue glass eyes,
blond ringlet wig, open mouth, fully
jointed composition body, white cotton
undergarments and nightgown, pink
knitted booties, and pink felt robe; and
a white wicker cradle with pink fabric-
covered cushion and pillow, lg. 24, wd.
11, ht. 15 in.
$200-250
1056
Armand Marseille 390 Bisque
Head Doll, Germany, back of head
impressed “Armand Marseille/
Germany/390/A. 0 1/2. M.,” with
sleeping blue eyes, blonde wig with
black velvet cap, fully articulated
composition body, white silk dress with
metallic embroidery and black velvet
cape, white silk stockings, and white
cloth shoes.
$100-150
1056A
Two Bisque Head Baby Dolls,
Germany, early 20th century, a small
Armand Marseille bisque head baby
doll with sleeping blue glass eyes; and
an ACM Bergmann bisque head baby
doll with brown mohair wig, sleeping
blue eyes, and five-part composition
body.
$200-250
1057
Armand Marseille 390 Bisque
Head Doll, Germany, back of head
impressed “Armand Marseille/
Germany/390/A. 7. M.” with blue
sleeping eyes, auburn wig with red
ribbon, fully articulated composition
body, red floral print cotton dress with
white cotton undergarments and white
knit stockings.
$300-500
1058
Simon & Halbig 1299 Bisque Head
Doll, Germany, back of head incised
“S&H 1299/8 1/2,” with sleeping
brown eyes, parted lips with two
inset upper teeth, brown curly mohair
wig, fully articulated composition
body, floral decorated cotton dress
with maroon ribbon sash, white
cotton undergarments, and red and
white striped stockings with brown
leatherette shoes, ht. 21 in.
$150-200
1059
Two Armand Marseille 390 and
390n Bisque Head Girl Dolls,
Germany, one with back of head
incised “390/A.O.M” with brown glass
eyes, curly auburn mohair wig, fully
articulated composition body, and
blue pleated dress with white cotton
undergarments and stockings, ht. 15
1/2 in.; the other with back of head
incised “Made in Germany/Armand
Marseille/390n/A 6 1/2 M” with blue
fixed eyes, curly blond mohair wig,
fully articulated composition body, and
yellow cotton and white lace dress with
pink stockings and shoes, ht. 21 in.
$200-300
1060
Carved and Painted Wooden
Clown Play Set, three carved and
painted small wooden clown dolls with
multicolored costumes, seven wooden
chairs, three red, white, and blue circus
barrels, three ladders, and a pedestal.
$200-250
1061
Early Wax Doll, with wax over possibly
composition head and shoulder plate
(cracking), inset black glass eyes,
stuffed straw body, stitched leather
arms, blond hair, partial straw bonnet,
soiled embroidered cotton and lace
dress and matching bloomers, and
leather booties.
$200-300
1062
Small Group of Kewpie Items, four
small ceramic figurals, including one
with a yellow hair bow, a transfer-
decorated “Happy days are here again”
Kewpie Collector’s Edition” plate, and
a teacup and saucer with “Copyrighted
Mrs. Rose O’Neill Wilson Kewpies”
stamp to bottom.
$200-250
1063
Assorted Group of Toys and
Collectibles, six boxed Disney 1940s
“Hollywood Movie-Vuer” 8mm films,
a boxed Popeye 16mm film, and five
stuffed animals, including two small
Steiff bunnies with ear buttons, a
standing mohair rabbit with painted
highlights and jingle bell around its
neck, a miniature articulated brown
teddy bear, and a mohair monkey with
sweater vest, (losses, damage, repairs).
$100-150
1064
Ten Paint-decorated Papier-mâché
and Carved Wooden Hat Stands
and Accessories, mostly dolls and
ladies, one tulip-form, including two
pincushions and tape measure, ht. to
12 1/2 in.
$300-500
1065
Nineteen Mostly Paint-decorated
Papier-mâché Doll Head Hat Stands,
Germany, 20th century, ht. to 13 in.
$300-500
1066
Miniature Crescent Cast Iron Toy
Stove, with four pots and pans and
coal hod, ht. 11 1/2, lg. 13, dp. 6 3/4
in.
$100-150
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Nine Steiff Animals and a Book on
Steiff, three mohair “Slo” turtles with
vinyl shells, all with original paper hang
tags, labels, and buttons, and six
miniature bears, three with no tags,
three with original paper hang tags and
ear buttons, the volume titled Button
In Ear: The History of the Teddy Bear
and his Friends, by Jurgen & Marianne
Cieslik.
$200-400
1067A
Three Large Wax Dolls: Queen
Elizabeth II, Prince Phillip, and the
Queen Mum, Queen Elizabeth II with
jeweled crown, mohair wig, molded
wax head, face, arms, and hands,
beaded white satin dress, and faux
ermine-trimmed purple velvet cape;
Prince Phillip with gold-trimmed blue
cap, molded wax head, face, arms,
and hands, and blue and gold-
decorated military costume; the Queen
Mum seated in white-painted chair with
floral-decorated velvet hat, molded
wax head, face, arms, and hands, and
velvet dress with faux fur collar.
$3,000-5,000
1068
Small Collection of Christmas Toys,
a pair of clockwork wind-up mohair
reindeer with nodding heads (losses
to antlers), an unmarked Santa Claus
figure in red velvet robes, and a Steiff
store display-type Santa Claus and
wicker sleigh, the sleigh filled with small
Steiff animals and assorted other toys.
$400-600
1069
Steiff Ride-on Bear Cub, c. 1950s,
brown fur and red collar, red metal
wheels with white rubber tires stamped
“Steiff,” lacking ear button, ht. 18, lg.
23 in.
$200-250
1070
Collection of Fourteen Carved
and Polychrome Painted Gesso
Historical Costume Dolls, covering
a wide range of European historical
dress, including a male “Medieval”
doll, a female “13th Century” doll,
male and female “Pilgrim” dolls, two
female “1725” and “1740” dolls,
“Queen Elizabeth,” “Sir Walter Raleigh,”
“King Henry VIII,” and five additional
unlabeled dolls, all on small wooden
pedestal bases, ht. to 16 1/2 in.
including bases.
N.B. These dolls were made in
France in 1860 for a production called
Heritage Colony American, which was
given for an envoy and a delegation
from the United States which had
traveled to France to secure financial
assistance for the Civil War. The dolls
were created to design the costumes
for the production, which was a tribute
to the United States by the King of
France. In 1933 the dolls were sent
to the United States and given to a
theater group through the WPA, which
added the dolls’ legs and stands.
$3,000-4,000
1071
Large Steiff Mohair Teddy Bear, c.
1950s, the blonde bear with black
shoe button eyes, brownish-black
embroidered nose and mouth, felt
pads to paws, and ear button, (small
holes to pads, losses to original claw
embroidery), ht. 20 in.
$200-400
1072
Large Kestner Bisque Head Doll,
head stamped “16 1/2 Made in
Germany 16 1/2 171” to back, with
blue sleeping glass eye, open mouth
with four inset teeth, light brown
mohair wig, fully articulated Excelsior
composition body, stamped “Excelsior
Germany,” with white cotton eyelet
undergarments, white eyelet cotton
dress, jacket, and bonnet, black knee
socks, and white leatherette shoes,
ht. 32 in.
$300-500
1073
Collection of Miscellaneous Dolls
and Accessories, a number of
vintage and modern composition
and bisque dolls including Madame
Alexander “Red Riding Hood,” Little
Women’s “Jo,” “Amy,” “Beth,” and
“Marme,” “Cinderella,” “Irish,” a bride,
and “Alice,” Storybook dolls including
“Margie Ann,” “Maiden Gay,” and
“Moonlight & Roses,” boxed, a boxed
porcelain tea set, a straw doll bed, and
other small dolls.
$300-500
1073A
Group of Assorted Dolls, Doll Parts,
and Doll Accessories, including china
and bisque head dolls, a collection of
cotton and lace doll clothing, assorted
doll wigs, a collection of doll shoes,
and a book on fashion dolls.
$200-300
1074
Three Steiff Mohair Teddy Bears,
two c. 1960s articulated bears, one
golden mohair with glass eyes and one
cinnamon mohair with shoe button
eyes, both with embroidered noses,
mouths, and claws, and a standing
miniature bear c. 1930s, all with period
ear buttons, 1960s bears lg. 13, small
bear ht. 3 in., (moth damage to golden
mohair bear’s pads).
$400-600
1075
Group of Antique Stuffed Animals
and Toys, late 19th/early 20th
century, including stuffed dogs, cats,
an elephant, and a stuffed figure of
Humpty Dumpty.
$200-300
1076
Miss Korn-Krisp Feedsack Rag Doll
and Black Horse Pull-toy, early 20th
century, printed cloth rag doll with
black center-parted hair, rosy cheeks,
printed undergarments with text
printed across midsection, “My name
is Miss Korn-Krisp,” printed black
stockings, and printed red boots.
$200-300
1076A
Three Skookum Dolls, Washington
State, 20th century, together with a
small carved and painted figure of a
Native American man.
$200-250
1077
Five Assorted Vintage Mohair Teddy
Bears, including a blonde mohair
Steiff-type, all lacking labels or tags, ht.
13 to 22 in.
$200-400
1078
Assortment of Child’s Toy Kitchen
Items, early 20th century, including
paint-decorated furnishings, crockery,
culinary molds, a partial tea set, an
assortment of small carved wooden
dolls, mostly German, early 20th
century, and an assortment of doll
furniture.
$200-400
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Five Tin Lithograph Toys and Three
Painted Cast Iron Toys, early-mid
20th century, a tin lithograph toy figure
of a police officer on a motorcycle, a
tin lithograph toy figure of the Easter
Bunny pulling an oversized Easter egg,
a tin lithograph toy figure of a salesman
and a duck, a tin lithograph toy of a
pilot and plane, a tin lithograph toy
of a grain truck and driver; and three
red- and green-painted cast iron trucks
and car.
$200-400
1080
Collection of Vintage Carnival Knock
Down Balls, the small mostly leather
balls with baseball-type stitching, some
painted orange, yellow, green, or silver,
together with a wooden “BALLS” paint-
decorated bucket.
$200-250
1081
Assembled Vintage Milk Bottle
Carnival Knock Down Game, with
nine assorted painted and carved
wooden milk bottles, two iron milk
bottles, and three string-wrapped balls,
a light green, a blue, and a beige, the
beige stamped “CARNIVAL” in navy
blue, bottles ht. to 8 1/2 in.
$200-250
1082
Thirteen Small Vintage Painted
Canvas Figural Carnival Knock
Downs, mostly folk art figures and
clowns, many with wool trim and
wooden bases, ht. to 11 1/2 in.
$200-250
1083
Six Vintage Mohair Teddy Bears
and Toys, lacking any labels or tags,
including a Steiff-type, a standing bear
cub, and a “bear boy” of a child in a
teddy bear outfit, ht. 5 to 20 in.
$200-400
1084
Two Blonde Bisque Shoulder Head
Dolls, Germany, early 20th century,
one with molded curly blonde hair with
flower crown, painted blue eyes, rosy
cheeks, a gold-tone molded bisque
necklace, white kidskin arms and
hands, a composition cloth body, a
white cotton and lace dress with pink
trim, white cotton undergarments,
pink silk stockings, and silver-tone
slippers; the other with molded curly
dirty blonde hair, painted blue eyes,
rosy cheeks, pierced ears with imitation
pearl and sapphire earrings, cloth
body, pink satin and black lace dress
with imitation pearl detail, white lace
undergarments, pink cotton stockings,
and black velvet booties. Together with
a paint-decorated turned pine settee.
$400-600
1085
Seven Vintage Painted Canvas Cat
Carnival Knock Downs, including a
pair of cats with red and green yarn
trim, a gray cat with green eyes, and a
small striped kitten, ht. to 16 in.
$200-250
1086
Six Vintage Painted Canvas Carnival
Knock Downs, a pair of black cats
with orange fabric trim, a rectangular
cat target, a pig, and two smaller
stylized figures, one with round face on
wooden support, ht. to 17 in.
$200-250
1087
Group of Antique and Vintage
Games, Game Boards, and
Cameras, including Lotto, Beano,
Vox Pop, Chinese Checkers, and two
antique pocket Kodak cameras.
$200-250
1088
Assorted Vintage Dolls, Doll
Furniture, and Doll Clothing,
including a Barbie doll in original box,
two Shirley Temple dolls, assorted
Shirley Temple doll clothing with trunk,
painted tin furniture, including a tin
Little Orphan Annie stove, and four
brass toy candlesticks.
$200-250
1089
Joel Ellis Paint-decorated Covered
Doll Carriage, Vermont, 1850s,
together with a brown paint-decorated
doll cradle.
$300-500
1090
Four Vintage Painted Canvas Figural
Carnival Knock Downs, a WWI
German soldier with spiked helmet,
a man in a vest with a cigarette in his
mouth, and two small folk art figural
knock downs with cotton dresses, all
with wooden bases, ht. to 16 1/2 in.
$200-250
1091
Set of Three Painted and Carved
Wooden Carnival Knock Downs,
two black-haired female figures in pink
dresses, labeled “Peggy” and “Flo,”
and a black-haired male figure with
severe eyebrows in a green outfit,
labeled “Moe,” ht. 12 in.
$200-250
1092
Paint-decorated Child’s Rocking
Horse, with red velvet seat, brown-
painted hand-hold, and two horse-form
side supports, with paint-decorated
mane, facial features, and saddle.
$150-250
1093
Group of Assorted International
Dolls, including a pair of South
American-type dolls with beaded
jewelry and maroon velvet costumes,
a Japanese child in a kimono, an
Indian doll with beaded jewelry and
a multicolored sari, several Black
Americana folk dolls, and a wooden
trolley with polychrome painted papier-
mâché figures.
$100-200
1093A
Two Peruvian Figural Dolls, made
with Pre-Columbian fabrics and
textiles.
$100-150
1094
Two Steiff Plush Ride-on Toys, a
white plush ride-on seal toy, and a
brown plush ride-on horse toy with
blue bucket seat signed Steiff/3996/
Made in Germany.
$200-300
1095
Six Vintage Painted Canvas Cat
Carnival Knock Downs, with leather
or rubber tacked to wooden bases,
two in baseball uniforms, one pirate, ht.
to 15 3/4 in.
$200-250
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Five Vintage WWII Painted Canvas
Figural Carnival Knock Downs, c.
1940s, two figures of Adolf Hitler and
Hideki Tojo and three Asian caricatures,
ht. to 13 in.
$200-400
1097
Small Group of Toys, a doll-sized
horse with stamped leather saddle
(one leg damaged), a Rolmonica roller
harmonica with three rolls and box,
a small polychrome painted cast iron
figure of Santa Claus, a “dancing”
black boy in case, and a stocking with
an assortment of mostly paper toys.
$200-300
1098
Small Group of Toys and Miniature
Items, a twig settee, a boxed set of
checkers, a miniature sewing machine
and iron, a hatbox, a bag, a cruet set,
and lithographed blocks.
$200-250
1099
Cast Iron “Jumbo” Circus Elephant
Coin Bank, on wheels, lg. 4 1/2, ht.
3 3/4 in.
$300-500
1100
Approximately 125 Matchbox Toys
and Hot Wheels Toy Vehicles,
including cars, trucks, military,
construction, farm, vans, and buses,
together with a Matchbox Showcase
display case with spaces for forty-eight
vehicles.
$200-300
1101
Four Painted Pressed Metal Toy
Train Cars with Tracks, including a
wind-up locomotive, a green-painted
passenger car, a blue-painted luggage
car, and a coal car.
$200-300
1102
Two Painted Wood Model Cars in
Wood and Glass Cases, a 1909 Ford
Model T and a 1905 REO Roundabout.
$150-250
1103
Partial Mahjong Set, with a lacquer
bowl, polychrome-decorated bone and
bamboo tiles, and bone and plastic
scoring sticks.
$150-250
1104
Pair of Papier-mâché Reindeer,
19th/20th century, with detachable
antlers, leather reins, and bells,
(damage), ht. 16 1/2, wd. 12, dp. 4 in.
$400-600
1105
Murray Red-painted Fire Engine
Pedal Car, Cleveland, Ohio, mid-20th
century, ht. 22, wd. 41, dp. 14 1/4 in.
$300-400
1106
Antique Red-painted Cast Iron Fire
Pumper Toy, with seated fireman
driver figure, lg. 12 1/4 in.
$300-500
1107
Four Toy Metal Vehicles, a navy blue
Champion cast iron coupe, stamped
“Champion Geneva” to inside, a red
pressed steel car and trailer, lacking
visible maker’s marks, and a newer
green metal coupe.
$200-250
1108
Vintage Pressed Steel “Howard
Furniture Co.” Toy Delivery Truck,
the maroon-painted body with gold
details and spoked wheels, and
green-painted tin driver, lacking visible
maker’s marks, lg. 10 3/4, ht. 7 in.
$300-500
1109
Vintage Pressed Steel Toy Pickup
Truck, the maroon body with gold
highlights and spoked wheels, lacking
visible maker’s marks, lg. 10 1/2 in.
$200-250
1110
Three Roy Cox Thimble Drome
Champion Die-cast Race Cars, c.
1950, a yellow no. 50, a blue no. 76,
and a red no. 12, lg. approx. 9 in.
$300-500
1111
Vintage Dayton Friction-driven
Pressed Steel Fire Ladder Truck,
with tin driver and three ladders, lg.
18 in.
$300-500
1112
Small Black-painted Cast Iron Toy
Car with Seated Metal Driver, with
spoked metal wheels, lacking visible
maker’s marks, lg. 8 in.
$100-150
1113
Large Group of Polychrome Lead
Toy Soldiers, approximately 200
total, various regiments and uniforms,
including musicians, horses, and
cannons.
$300-500
1114
Wooden Horse and Cart Toy, the cut-
out gray-painted wooden horse with
applied paper decal and sheet metal
legs, pulling a red-painted wooden cart
with spoked metal wheels, the cart
wheels wired to the horse’s legs so
that they move together, lg. 13 1/2, ht.
6 1/2 in.
$150-250
1115
Arcade Gray-painted Cast Iron Mack
Dump Truck, with nickel spoked
wheels, tilting dump bed, and seated
driver, marked “Arcade Mfg. Co.” and
“M4” to inside of body, lg. 12 in.
$400-600
1116
Three German-made Toy
Telescopes, with marbled paper
draws, one stamped “Made in
Germany,” and one Walter Telescope
Co. “Remarkable Telescope” with
original box.
$400-600
1117
Kingsbury Blue-painted Pressed
Steel “Parcel Delivery” Van, c. 1920s,
the blue van with mesh sides, red disc
wheels, white rubber tires stamped
“Kingsbury Toys Pat’d,” clockwork
mechanism, and polychrome painted
driver, lg. 10 in.
Provenance: The Donald Kaufman
Collection, Lot 1222, Bertoia Auctions,
March 21, 2009.
$300-500
1118
Three Roy Cox Thimble Drome
Champion Die-cast Race Cars, c.
1950, a white no. 20, a yellow no. 14,
and a black no. 73, lg. approx. 9 in.
$300-500
1119
Two Vintage Toys, a Cragstan
battery-powered Galloping Horse and
Rider in original box, and a J. Chein tin
lithographed wind-up pipe organ.
$75-100
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Three Painted Cast Iron Items, a
seated terrier still bank, a house-form
bank building still bank, and a terrier
doorstop, ht. to 8 1/2 in.
$200-300
1121
Vintage D.P. Clark Green-painted
Pressed Steel Open Touring Car,
lacking driver, with gold highlights, two
seats, friction mechanism, lg. 13 in.
Provenance: The Donald Kaufman
Collection, Lot 1161, Bertoia Auctions,
March 21, 2009.
$200-250
1122
Two Vintage Wolverine Tin
Lithographed Wind-up Boat Toys, c.
1940s, a submarine and a battleship,
lg. to 14 1/2 in.
$200-250
1123
Group of Mostly American Flyer
Pressed Metal Toy Train Cars,
including five engines, six passenger
cars, two mail cars, two coal cars, an
oil car, and four cabooses; together
with a set of tracks and a signal.
$800-1,200
1124
Strauss Tin Lithographed Wind-
up “Santee Claus” Toy, with Santa
Claus in a holly-covered and genre
scene-decorated sleight pulled by two
reindeer with jingle bells, with partial
original box, lg. 11 in.
$400-600
1125
Large Group of Mostly Marklin
Model Trains and Accessories,
including a Kibri station, timber house,
“Die Alpen,” and freight station, electric
engines #3170, 3389, 3125, and
3351, a steam engine #3109, a large
group of individual cars, a Faller 1985
Ferris wheel B311, and a streamlined
propeller #3017.
$800-1,200
1126
Antique Cast Iron Mechanical
Horseless Carriage Toy, the red and
black carriage with two polychrome
painted lady passengers, no visible
maker’s mark, friction-driven
mechanism, ht. 7, lg. 6 1/8 in.
$400-600
1127
Red-painted and Stenciled Soap
Box Derby Car, inscribed on the side
“Walt Scadden Blacksmith & Welding/
Manchester, CT,” approx. ht. 24, wd.
83, dp. 35 in.
$300-500
1128
Dayton Pressed Steel Friction-driven
Trolley Car, first quarter 20th century,
the red- and yellow-painted body with
polychrome painted seated driver,
friction mechanism, lg. 13 1/2 in.
$300-500
1129
Vintage Wyandotte Red and Black-
painted Pressed Steel Coupe, white
rubber tires stamped “Wyandotte Toys”
and “Made in U.S.A,” new headlamps,
lg. 8 1/4 in.
Provenance: Bertoia Auctions, Holiday
Toy Trimmings, November 13-15,
2009, Lot 1166.
$200-250
1130
Two Vintage Toy Metal Vehicles, a
yellow Cox Thimble Drome Special
No. 2 die-cast race car, and a green-
painted cast iron Arcade Pullman
Railplane coach, both lg. 8 3/4 in.
$200-250
1131
Large Group of Mostly Marklin
Model Trains and Accessories,
including passenger cars #4096, 4099,
4147, and 4207, electric engines
#3336, 3353, 3330, 3654, 3658, and
3636, a few regional wagon sets,
diesel engines #3358, 3019, and 3160,
an old brick works #805, and a hotel
#3754.
$800-1,200
1132
Two Horse Toys, a yellow-painted
wooden horse pull-toy on wheels, with
applied paper decal and sheet metal
legs, the wheels wired to the horse’s
legs so that they move together, lg. 31
3/4, and a painted sheet metal horse
and sulky toy, ht. 12 1/2 in.
$100-150
1133
Vintage Polychrome Painted Cast
Iron Santa Claus and Reindeer
Toy, with a seated figure of a red-
clothed Santa in a royal blue and
gold-decorated sleight, pulled by a
single white and brown reindeer with
gilt antlers, the reindeer attached to a
single metal wheel, lg. 14 in.
$300-500
1134
Vintage Sheet Metal Friction-driven
Pumper Wagon Toy, the yellow- and
red-painted body with copper wheels
and steam pumper, no visible maker’s
marks, possibly Dayton, lg. 14 1/2 in.
$200-250
1135
Kingsbury Pressed Steel Green-
painted Wind-up Contractor’s Dump
Truck, c. 1920s, with driver, wind-up
mechanism beneath the rear tires,
electric lights, tilting dump truck bed,
tires stamped “Kingsbury Toys Pat’d
Keene N.H. U.S.A.,” lg. 9 3/4 in.
Provenance: The Donald Kaufman
Collection, Lot 1622, Bertoia Auctions,
September 25, 2009.
$200-250
1136
Large Group of Model Trains and
Accessories, including a Lionel green
passenger car, a group of flat cars,
an assortment of bridges, a Vollmer
winzerhaus, a Marklin three-car tanker
set #3166, electric engines #3350,
3001, and 3151, and steam engines
#3090 and 3096.
$800-1,200
1137
Dayton Hill Climber Pressed Steel
Friction-driven Locomotive and Coal
Tender, the maroon-painted bodies
with gold detailing and spoked wheels,
the tender with “Hill Climber” painted
to the side, friction-driven mechanism
underneath the locomotive, overall lg.
26 1/2 in.
$150-250
1138
Wyandotte 1933 Chicago World’s
Fair Commemorative Pressed
Steel Racer, the red-painted body
with “A Century of Progress–Chicago
1933” decal to hood, tires stamped
“Wyandotte Toys,” lg. 8 1/2 in.
Provenance: Bertoia Auctions, Holiday
Toy Trimmings, November 13-15,
2009, Lot 1048.
$100-150
1139
Antique Wood and Metal Toy Car,
the wooden platform base and carved
hood with sheet metal body and seat,
with polychrome painted metal driver
and metal spoked wheels and steering
wheel, with gold-painted details to the
car, lg. 9 in.
$200-400
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Large Group of Model Trains and
Accessories, including Marklin
collector series 4400A and 4400B,
engines 83341, 83307, 34301, and
30159, a Vollmer roundhouse and
parking garage, a Faller church,
and various other buildings and
accessories.
$800-1,200
1141
Four Toy Metal Vehicles, two
lithographed tin clockwork cars, a
blue Bing, marked to radiator, and an
unmarked red car; a blue- and yellow-
painted cast iron surrey with fringed
fabric top, white-painted driver and
lady passenger, and two horses; and
a polychrome painted cast iron horse-
drawn cart with nodding-head driver,
lg. to 15 3/4 in.
$600-800
1142
Antique Red Sheet Metal Friction-
driven Hill Climber Touring Car, the
red body with gold-painted details and
wheels, patent number stamped to left
running board, with removable steering
wheel and seated driver, lacking visible
maker’s marks, possibly Dayton, lg. 10
1/2 in.
$400-600
1143
Four Roy Cox Thimble Drome
Champion Die-cast Race Cars, c.
1950, a yellow no. 45, a green no. 45,
a white no. 14, and a silver no. 28, lg.
approx. 9 in.
$400-600
1144
Large Group of Model Trains and
Accessories, including Standard
engines, various HAG freights, a
Marklin primex set #2750, a Marklin
dealer-type sign, a Marklin transformer
#6627, numerous boxcars, four
Standard Ives passenger cars,
miscellaneous Marx and Standard
accessories, and a Lionel locomotive
and tender I-384E
$800-1,200
1145
Louis Marx Pressed Steel Wind-up
“Siren Fire Chief” Car, the red car
with stenciled yellow lettering to hood,
trunk, and doors, electric headlights,
black rubber tires stamped “Marx
Balloon,” maker’s mark to the back,
wind-up key to right side of car, lg.
15 in.
$300-500
1146
Marx Pressed Steel Green-painted
Wind-up “Siren” Police Car, with
“POLICE DEPT.” stenciled to hood and
“SIREN POLICE CAR” to doors, nickel-
plated grille, black rubber tires, and
wind-up key with driver, wind-up key to
right side, lg. 14 in.
Provenance: The Donald Kaufman
Collection, Lot 1085, Bertoia Auctions,
March 21, 2009.
$300-500
1147
Dayton Hill Climber Pressed Steel
Friction-driven Locomotive and Pull
Car, the red-painted bodies with gold
detailing and spoked wheels, the pull
car with “Hill Climber” painted to the
side, with two cutout silhouettes of
engineers, friction-driven mechanism,
overall lg. 27 in.
$300-500
1148
Large Group of Model Trains and
Accessories, including a Marklin
train set with delta model, #5441, a
Lionel gravel carrier and floodlight
car, miscellaneous Pola and Faller
buildings, and various Marklin, Marx,
Liliput, and Fleischmann cars.
$800-1,200
1149
Vintage Dayton Pressed Steel
Friction-driven Fire Truck Toy, the
red-painted body with gold highlights
and green seats and running boards,
stenciled “FIRE DEPT” to sides, with
two seated firemen drivers, friction-
driven mechanism, lacking visible
maker’s marks, lg. 14 3/4 in.
$300-500
1150
Monogram Red Jaguar xk-e GT
Sports Coupe Model and Box.
$100-200
1151
Extensive Group of Lionel Model
Trains and Accessories, including
a type-ZW transformer, two Silver
Bluffs, two Silver Rangers, the Silver
Cloud, a Bucyrus Erie #6460, an “O”
gauge locomotive #2025, an A.T. &
S.F. locomotive #623, and two Santa
Fe locomotives #2343, together with a
group of Dinky Toys and Tootsietoys,
including a Land Rover, two Frazer-
Nashes, and a Fordson.
$1,000-1,500
1152
Louis Marx Lithographed Tin and
Pressed Steel Wind-up “H.Q.-Staff”
Car, the army green car with yellow
and black lithographed decoration,
rubber tires, maker’s mark to the
back of the car, and lithographed
agent inside with gun protruding from
windshield, (missing key), lg. 14 in.
$300-500
1153
Large Group of Model Trains and
Accessories, including Standard
passenger cars, a Marklin digital
conversion set, Marklin steam engines
#3084, 3083, 3091, 3092, 3111, and
3108, a Vollmer castle and freight
station, Marklin “Rio Grande” #3062,
and numerous Marklin cars.
$800-1,200
1154
Antique Red Sheet Metal Friction-
driven Touring Car, the red body
with gold-painted details and spoked
wheels, with removable steering wheel
and four seats, lacking driver, lacking
visible maker’s marks, possibly Dayton,
lg. 11 in.
$200-250
1155
Kingsbury Motor-driven Stake
Truck, c. 1927, the olive green body
with gold striping, “Kingsbury Motor
Driven” decals to side of bed, wind-up
clockwork mechanism beneath the
rear tires, red disc wheels, white rubber
tires stamped “Kingsbury Toys Pat’d
Keene N.H. U.S.A.,” lg. 10 1/2 in.
Provenance: The Donald Kaufman
Collection, Lot 1221, Bertoia Auctions,
March 21, 2009.
$300-500
1156
Pressed Steel Fire Pumper Wagon,
attributed to Dayton, the red-painted
wagon with gold-painted boiler top,
radiator, and steering wheel, gray-
painted wheels, and spinning hose
reel, lg. 15 1/2 in.
Provenance: The Donald Kaufman
Collection, Lot 2421, Bertoia Auctions,
September 26, 2009.
$300-500
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Pressed Steel Friction-driven
Republic Panel Van, blue body with
red roof and fenders, gray, blue, and
red spoked wheels, gold-painted
steering wheel, seated driver, and
friction-driven mechanism, lg. 12 3/4
in.
Provenance: Bertoia Auctions, Holiday
Toy Trimmings, November 13-15,
2009, Lot 1189.
$200-250
1158
Eight Vintage and Modern Robot
Toys in Original Boxes, a battery
operated Excavator Robot; a battery
operated Atomic Robot ‘Tommy,’
a battery operated Engine Robot,
a battery operated Sky Robot, a
Roto Robot, and three Japanese
manufactured robots and action figure.
$400-600
1159
Dayton Hill Climber Pressed Steel
Friction-driven Locomotive and
Tender, c. 1920s, the black-painted
bodies with red and gold highlights,
spoked wheels, and friction-driven
mechanism, lacking visible maker’s
marks, locomotive alone lg. 15, with
tender lg. 24 in.
$300-500
1160
Vintage Wood and Sheet Metal
Friction-driven Touring Car, the
green-painted body with red wheels
and interior and gold highlights,
primarily constructed of wood with
sheet metal sides, with a chauffeur
and two polychrome painted lady
passengers, friction-driven mechanism,
lacking visible maker’s marks, lg. 10
1/4, ht. to 8 in.
$400-600
1161
Large Group of Mostly Marklin
Model Trains and Accessories,
including a Marx Glen Ellen station,
two Marx sets, a Marklin passenger set
#2864, a Marklin freight set #4789, a
Marklin digital diesel long locomotive
#3602, and a Marklin trolley set #3140.
$800-1,200
1162
J.E. Stevens Cast Iron Black
Americana Cabin Mechanical Bank,
late 19th century the green-painted
cabin with “broken windows” and
various objects hung on the outside
walls, with a figure standing in the
doorway that flips when a brush affixed
to the side of the cabin is pulled, ht. 3
1/2 in.
$200-250
1163
Vintage Pressed Steel Friction-
driven Touring Car, possibly Dayton,
the light green-painted body with
kelly green roof and running boards,
with gold detailing and gold-painted
spoked wheels, seated polychrome
painted driver, patent number stamped
to underside, lacking visible maker’s
marks, lg. 13 1/2, ht. 6 1/2 in.
$400-600
1164
Large Collection of Toy Soldiers and
Figures, primarily WWI soldiers and
nurses, along with cowboys, knights,
Revolutionary War soldiers, 19th
century uniformed figures, cannons,
and other items.
$800-1,200
1165
Set of Twenty-seven Lionel O-Gauge
Model Train and Accessory Items,
many items in original boxes, including
no. 681 locomotive with smoke
chamber, no. 2046W tender with
whistle, no. 6415 tank car, no. 2523
Pullman, no. 2353T Santa Fe, no. 6414
auto-loader car, no. 3484 operating
box car, no. 3419 operating helicopter
car, no. 2521 observation car, no.
3413 Mercury Capsule launching car,
no. 395 floodlight tower, no. 2379C
Denver & Rio Grande “B” unit, two
6417 cabooses, no. 2343C Santa Fe
unit, no. 3520 operating searchlight,
no. 252 automatic crossing gate,
no. 6464 Great Northern boxcar, no.
154 automatic road crossing signal,
no. 6512 cherry picker car, no. 445
operating switch tower; several units
out of boxes including no. 455 oil
derrick and pumper, Lionelville train
station, a “Trainmaster” type KW
transformer, Lehi Valley hopper car,
Vista Dome car, Boston and Maine
engine, 58 pieces of track, together
with three American Flyer items: District
School No. 2, water tower, and two
bridges; also several accessories,
trees, lampposts, electric lines, fencing,
animal figures, plastic buildings, etc.
$800-1,200
1166
Vintage Dayton/Clark or Schieble
Pressed Steel Friction-driven Gun
Boat, the white body with blue-painted
“waves,” red smokestacks, and gold
cannons, patent number stamped to
one side, friction-driven mechanism,
lacking visible maker’s marks, lg. 15 in.
$300-500
1167
Antique Harris Cast Iron Horseless
Carriage Toy, c. 1900, the green body
with gold spoked wheels and detailing,
steering mechanism, lacking visible
maker’s marks, lg. 6 1/2, ht. 6 in.
Provenance: The Donald Kaufman
Collection, Lot 351, Bertoia Auctions,
March 20, 2009.
$400-600
1168
Large Group of Model Trains and
Accessories, a Marx Girard station,
Glendale station, and Santa Fe dummy
engine, a Lionel transformer and
three Dubuque boxcars, various Kibri
buildings, a Marklin roundtable #7186,
and numerous Marklin passenger,
baggage, and tank cars.
$800-1,200
1169
Louis Marx Lithographed Tin and
Pressed Steel Wind-up “G-Man”
Pursuit Car, c. 1930s, the red and
blue car with lithographed decoration,
rubber tires stamped “MARX TOYS,”
maker’s mark to the back, with tin
lithographed man inside with gun
protruding from windshield, (missing
key), lg. 15 in.
$300-350
1170
Small Group of Assorted Children’s
Toys, including a vintage jack-in-
the-box-type toy, two small model
airplanes, a boxed wooden puzzle,
two small model cars, and a group
of vintage dexterity games including
“Topsy Turvy Rivets,” “The Spider and
the Fly,” “Trap a Sap,” “The Covered
Wagon,” “Ring a Tail,” and “Hungry
Pup.”
$200-250
1171
Antique Wood and Sheet Metal
Friction-driven Fire Pumper Wagon
Toy, the wooden wagon with sheet
metal sides and metal spoked wheels,
with seated metal driver and steering
wheel, patent number branded into
base, lacking visible maker’s marks, lg.
10, ht. 9 in.
$200-250
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Vintage Pressed Steel Friction-
driven Open Touring Car, the pale
yellow-painted car with red interior
and green detailing, with gold-painted
spoked wheels, seated polychrome
painted driver and blonde child
passenger, friction-driven mechanism,
lacking visible maker’s marks, lg. 8 in.
$300-500
1173
Large Group of Model Trains and
Accessories, including a Marklin
Speer I complete set #5520, a transfer
table #7294, a Faller exclusive model
1986 B350, a Marklin Maxi I freight set,
a Faller B900, and various cranes.
$800-1,200
1174
Large Collection of Mostly 1940s
and 1950s Boxed Aviation Model
Kits, various makers and designs,
including Air Lines “Vickers Vimy”
and “Marauder,” Airfix-72 “Junkers
Ju-52,” “Hawker Hurricane IV R.P.,”
and “Focke-Wulf FW 190D,” Italaerei
“Fiat BR 20 Cicogna,” Revell “MAC
C-135B,” “P-47D Thunderbolt,” and
“S.E. 5a,” AMT Famous Fighters Series
I and II, and many others.
$300-500
1175
Lionel Train Cars, Tracks, and
Accessories, including a locomotive
engine, a Pullman passenger car, an
observation car, a mail car, a coal car, a
track signal, and a collection of tracks.
$2,000-5,000
1176
Vintage Dayton Pressed Steel
Friction-driven Military Gun Truck,
the drab olive green truck with red-
painted guns and running boards,
gold-painted spoked wheels and
details, friction-driven mechanism,
lacking visible maker’s marks, lg. 11 in.
$300-500
1177
Vintage Pressed Steel Friction
Motor-driven Delivery Truck, possibly
Dayton, the orange-painted body with
green running boards, gold detailing,
and spoked wheels, the encased
friction-driven motor stamped “Pat’d
Nov. 1-21 Made in U.S.A.,” with
polychrome painted seated driver,
lacking visible maker’s marks, lg. 11
1/2, ht. 6 1/4 in.
$300-500
1178
Collection of Victorian Lithograph
Games and Toy Blocks, together with
antique pine lift-top trunk.
$300-500
1179
Large Group of Model Trains and
Accessories, a Marklin ice train
#3371, numerous Marklin engines,
a Marklin airport express #2856, a
Marklin locomotive #3600, Marklin
sets #2865, 2856, 2858, and 2890,
a Marx Canadian Pacific passenger,
two Fleischmann roundhouses, and a
Gerard station.
$800-1,200
1180
Large Collection of Mostly 1940s
and 1950s Boxed Aviation Model
Kits, various makers and designs,
including Ringo “Savoia Marchetti,”
Italaerei “Reggiane RE 2000 Falco
I” and “Reggiane RE 2002 Ariette,”
Lindberg “Henschel HS-129B,”
Hasegawa “Aichi E13A1 Type-Zero
Jake,” AMT “JU/88 A-4 Bomber”
and “ME-410 410 A-1 or 410 A-1/
U4 Fighter,” Air Lines “Fairey Gannet”
and “Douglas A-20,” Kawasaki Boeing
“Vertol KV-107-II,” Tamiya “Saab J35F
Draken” and “SU-85 Russian Tank
Destroyer,” car and truck customizing
kits, and many others.
$300-500
1181
Vintage D.P. Clark Pressed Steel
Friction Motor-driven Dump Truck,
c. 1908, the green-painted body with
red running boards, gold detailing, and
spoked wheels, seated driver, encased
friction motor mechanism stamped
“Pat’d Nov. 1-21 Made in U.S.A.,”
lacking visible maker’s marks, lg. 12
3/4 in.
Provenance: The Donald Kaufman
Collection, Lot 2416, Bertoia Auctions,
September 26, 2009.
$300-500
1182
Marx Pressed Steel Friction Motor-
driven Electric Fire Ladder Truck,
c. 1930s, the red truck with “FIRE
DEPT.” stenciled in yellow to the hood,
with electric headlamps, taillights, and
spotlight, two white metal ladders,
hose reel, rubber tires stamped
“MARX TOYS,” friction-driven motor
mechanism, (missing two lightbulbs),
lg. 14 1/4 in.
$200-250
1183
Group of Vintage Board Games,
including Trivial Pursuit, Password,
Tiddly Winks, Bingo, Concentration,
and the Parker Brother’s Baseball
Game.
$200-300
1184
Large Group of Mostly Marklin
Model Trains and Accessories,
including miscellaneous Faller, Kibri,
Revell, and Vollmer buildings, Marklin
locomotives #3022, 3055, 3087, 3067,
and 3171, and numerous other Marklin
cars and engines.
$800-1,200
1185
Large Collection of Mostly 1940s
and 1950s Boxed Aviation Model
Kits, including Revell “Air Aces of
World War II,” “F-104 Jet Starfighter,”
“Martin B-26 Marauder,” “Air
Power B-25 Twin Engine Bomber,”
“Seamaster,” and “3 Pioneer Fighters
of WWII,” “3 Famous Fighters of WWI,”
and “3 Battle of Britain Fighters,” Airfix
“Short Stirling,” B-29 Superfortress,”
and “Vickers-Armstrongs Wellington B
III,” Tamiya “T34/76 Russian Medium
Tank,” two AMT 1950s Corvettes,
Buzco “Mirage IIIR,” and many others.
$300-500
1186
Republic Speedster Pressed Steel
Friction-driven Coupe, the green-
painted body with red fenders and gold
spoked wheels, polychrome painted
seated driver, encased friction-driven
motor, lg. 11 in.
Provenance: Bertoia Auctions, Holiday
Toy Trimmings, November 13-15,
2009, Lot 1192.
$300-500
1187
Hoge “Fire Chief” Pressed Steel
Friction-driven Coupe, c. 1932, the
red- and black-painted car body with
decal to right side door, rubber tires
stamped “HOGE,” wind-up siren,
friction-driven motor mechanism, lg.
14 1/2 in.
$200-400
1188
“Spirit of Savings” Die-cast
Aluminum Airplane Bank, with a
plaque on the bottom from the Union
Trust Company of Maryland, rubber
tires from Goodrich Silvertown Balloon,
with key, lg. 8 in.
$300-500
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Large Collection of Mostly Vintage
Straight Razors, including an
“Everlasting” wooden barber box, a
large group of cased razors, some with
interesting handles or etched blades,
makers include Joseph Rodgers &
Sons, Wade & Butcher, Frederick
Reynolds, Solingen, Puma, James
Barber, E. Bergfeld & Sohn, Colonial
Steel Co., George Wostenholm & Son,
Jaques Lecoultre, Klas Tornblom,
Harrison Bros., Imperial, McLellan,
and a group of loose razors from
assorted makers including J.R. Torrey
Co., Joseph Elliot, Crown & Sword, J.
Nowill & Sons, George Wostenholm
& Sons, H. Boker & Co., Imperial, G.
Amodeo B.S. Co., Liberty & Union,
Frederick Reynolds, Engstrom, Turner
& Cowlishaw, and others.
$500-700
1190
Group of Fourteen Contemporary
Commissioned Scrimshaw Straight
Razors, most signed “Lyons” and
dated 1978, carved decorations
include the U.S.S. Constitution,
Liberty, Justice, the Union, scenes of
westward expansion, whale hunting,
Paul Revere’s ride, and the Bunker Hill
monument.
$350-550
1191
Antique Scrimshaw Straight Razor,
“Josias Lane” carved to one side with
a figure of a whale, the other side
decorated with a flower and a three-
masted sailing ship, blade marked
“Cast Steel Sheffield,” lg. 6 in. when
closed.
$150-250
1192
Large Collection of Mostly Vintage
Straight Razors, including a London
Razor strop with internal compartment,
cased razors by Wade & Butcher,
J.A. Henckles, Joseph Elliot, Touron,
and F.W. Engels, a boxed Duro Razor
Hone, a boxed Amerco Cushion
Strop-Hone, a wooden straight razor
case with slots for seven razors, and
a group of loose razors from assorted
makers including A.J. Jordan, Wade &
Butcher, Carr, Bengall, H. Boker & Co.,
Simmons Howe Co., F.W. Engels, W.B.
Plato B.T. & So. Co., Cranford, Geneva
Cutlery Co., The Herold Brothers Co.,
Genco, John D’Arch, Central Cutlery
Co., McLellan, Joseph Rodgers &
Sons, Joseph Smith & Sons, and Vom
Cleff & Co.
$500-700
1193
Sterling Silver Cased Razor Set and
Strop Retailed by Tiffany & Co.,
the velvet-lined fitted sterling silver
case marked “Tiffany & Co. Sterling
Silver” to inside lip, with two straight
razors inside, each marked “Joh.
Engstrom Eskilstuna Medailler 1876
Philadelphia,” the leather strop with
sterling silver leaf-decorated handle
and case, both with Tiffany marks.
$300-500
1194
Collection of Razors, including a
strop with a drawer for a straight
razor, loose leather straps, four cased
straight razors, and a selection of loose
straight razors, many with interesting
handles, makers include Crown &
Sword, Wade & Butcher, Habeeb &
Joseph, Joseph Elliot, C.V. Heljestrand,
Fredericks, Turner, Wheatley Brothers,
Dubl Duck, and York Cutlery Co.
$200-300
1195
Six Art Nouveau Straight Razors,
including two polychrome decorated
Walds, one with a stag in a floral
cartouche and one with a crane with
a fish in its beak, and a boxed Curtin
& Clark, additional makers include
Jackson and William Elliot & Co.
$250-350
1196
Collection of Razors, including a
strop with a drawer for a straight
razor, five cased straight razors, and
a selection of loose straight razors,
many with interesting handles, makers
include A. Barrett & Sons, Wade &
Butcher, Beau Brummel, Otto Fromm,
C.F. Heljestrand, Frederick Reynolds,
William Elliot & Co., and Wade
Wingfield.
$200-300
1197
Assorted Group of Razors, including
three Rolls safety razors, two in original
boxes and one in original leather case,
a cased “The Real” safety razor, an
E. Weck & Son Sextoblade razor, a
Darwin Universal safety razor, a leather-
cased travel shaving set, two Durham
Duplex razors in leather pouches, and
other items.
$200-300
1198
Five Art Nouveau Straight Razors
and Two Corn Razors, including a
Beacon/Kirchner German razor with
green nude decoration, a Frederick
Reynolds, Sheffield floral-decorated
razor with etched blade, a faux wood
grain Rahal Bohshahla, St. Paul razor,
and a boxed Excelsior.
$250-350
1199
Group of Mostly Boston-related
Straight Razors, including three boxed
razors, makers are H.M. Christensen
Co., Brockton, T. Noonan & Sons,
Boston, and The Torrey Razor Co.,
Worcester; a Dame, Stoddard &
Kendall leather strop, Boston; and a
group of loose razors, makers include
H.M. Christensen, J.B. Hunter & Co.,
Davis, Dame, Stoddard & Kendall,
J.R. Torrey, Jos. Costa & Sons, and F.
Koeller & Son.
$200-300
1200
Boxed Kampfe Early 20th Century
Shaving Kit, with safety razor, blades
for each day of the week, collapsible
travel shaving brush, and other items,
in fitted wooden case.
$150-200
1201
Set of Golf Clubs with Ten Irons,
Three Woods, and Bag, (bag ripped).
$100-150
1202
Three Wicker Fishing Creels and
Two Vintage Leather-trimmed
Canvas Fishing/Hunting Bags.
$100-200
1203
Twenty-seven Mostly Vintage
Fishing Lures, including a Paw Paw
Pike Minnow, a flat-sided Creek Chub
Injured Minnow, two Millsite Wig Wags,
a Herter’s jointed Owechie Indian,
a Smithwick Devil’s Horse, and a
group of Heddons, including a Baby
Dowagiac, a Torpedo, a Tiny Torpedo,
a Crab Spook, two River Runt Spooks,
a Crazy Crawler, a Jointed Vamp, a
Go-Deeper River Runt, a Dowagiac
Crab Wiggler, and a Little Luny closed-
leg Frog.
$200-300
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Approximately Twenty-four Vintage
Boxed Fishing Lures, including a
Heddon Basser, Crackleback, two
Punkinseed Spooks, Meadow Mouse,
and Tiny Spook, four Helin Flatfish, a
South Bend Bass-Oreno, three Lazy
Ikes, five L&S Panfish-Masters and
Mirr-o-lures, an Arbogast Hula Popper,
an Osprey/Dardevelt, and a 1976
Cordell Jimmy Carter “Prez,” together
with three empty boxes.
$200-300
1205
Fifty Early Issues of Sports
Illustrated Magazine including the
First Issue, 1954-1955, including
all twenty issues published in 1954
and thirty issues from 1955, covering
January through August, lacking the
issues from February 21st, March 14th,
March 28th, May 16th, and June 20th.
$200-300
1206
1955 Topps #164 Robert Clemente
Rookie Card.
$400-600
1207
Ten Heddon Punkinseed Fishing
Lures, including Sunfish, Yellow Shore
Minnow, Bluegill, Shad, and Tiny
Sunfish.
$200-300
1208
Thirty Mostly Vintage Fishing
Lures, including a Creek Chub Pike, a
Millsite Minnow and Wig Wag Sinker,
a Smithwick Devil’s Horse, a Boone
Needlefish, two Rapala, and a group
of Heddon, including a Flaptail Jr.,
a Dowagiac Spook, a Darting Zara,
a Scissor Tail, a Vamp, two Vamp
Spooks, and a Wood Vamp.
$200-300
1209
Group of Antique Golfing Items,
an assortment of irons and mostly
wooden golf clubs, and a group of
golf-related literature.
$300-500
1210
Four Pieces of Baseball
Memorabilia, the 1908 sheet music
for “Take Me Out To the Ball Game,”
published by the York Music Co., and
three Boston team baseball cards, a
1961 Topps Beantown Bombers #173
depicting Frank Malzone, Vic Wertz,
and Jackie Jensen, a 1973 Topps
Boston Red Sox team record card
#596, and a 1959 Topps Boston Red
Sox team roster card #248.
$150-250
1211
1980 Topps Bird/Erving/Johnson
Rookie Card.
$200-300
1212
Twenty-nine Mostly Vintage Fishing
Lures, including four Arbogast
Jitterbugs, a Paw Paw Wottafrog,
a Creek Chub Plunker, a Wiggle
Fish, and Darter, a South Bend Surf
Oreno, two Jim Pfeffers, a Dalton
Twist Clearwater and Special St. Pete,
a Chippewa Minnow with internal
spinner, and a group of Heddon
including a Zig Wag, a River Runt
Spook floater and sinker, a Near
Surface Wiggler, two Firetail Sonics,
two Crazy Crawlers, a Go-Deeper
Crab, a Tadpolly and a Tadpolly Spook,
and a Baby Crab Wiggler.
$200-300
1213
Thirty Mostly Vintage Red and
White Fishing Lures, predominantly
Heddon, including a Baby Lucky 13,
two Vamp Spooks, a Zig Wag Jr., a
River Runt Spook Floater and Sinker,
a Crazy Crawler, a Game Fisher, a
Midget River Runt, a Dowagiac Near
Surface Wiggler, a Dowagiac Minnow,
a Go-Deeper River Runt, and a Flap-
Tail, together with two South Bend
Bass Orenos and a Fish-obite, a Chub
Creek Pikie, and a Wright & McGill
Bug-a-Boo.
$200-300
1214
1941 Play Ball #54 Pee Wee Reese
Rookie Card.
$200-400
1215
1955 Topps #164 Roberto Clemente
Rookie Card.
$300-400
1216
1954 Wilson Franks Ted Williams
Baseball Card.
$600-800
1217
1939 Play Ball #26 Joe DiMaggio
Baseball Card and a Signed
Baseball, the ball affixed to a
plaque commemorating 361 home
runs, limited edition 222 of 361,
accompanied by a certificate of
authenticity from The Score Board, Inc.
$500-700
1217A
Small Group of Baseball Equipment,
four baseball bats, three painted,
including a Hillerich & Bradsby No. 02
Crackerjack and a Joseph G. Kren
Soft Ball No. 102, the two polychrome
painted unmarked, two small leather
balls, and two mitts, a Reach and a
J.C. Higgins.
$200-250
1218
Two Topps Robert Clemente
Baseball Cards, a 1956 Topps #33
and a 1957 Topps #76.
$150-250
1219
1939 Play Ball #92 Ted Williams
Rookie Card.
$1,200-1,500
1220
Group of Assorted Fishing Tackle, in
Walton tackle box, including lures and
bobbers.
$200-300
1221
Two Joe DiMaggio Signed
Baseballs, each signed “To Mel” or
“To Iris,” along with “Best Wishes, Joe
DiMaggio” in green felt marker, both
Rawlings Official American League
balls, in presentation cases.
$200-300
1222
Group of Fishing Items, including a
Pflueger fishing rod, a blue My Buddy
tackle box, and an assortment of lures
and hooks, lg. 60 in.
$200-400
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Cased U.S. Mint Bicentennial Coin
Group, including an 1828 Classic
Head half cent, an 1850 Braided Hair
cent, an 1857 Flying Eagle cent, a
1909 V.B.D. cent, an 1853 3-cent
silver, an 1854 Liberty Seated quarter,
and an 1848-O Liberty Seated half-
dollar.
$200-300
1224
One Hundred 1921 Morgan Dollars,
from various mints, approx. 85.9 troy
oz.
$800-1,200
1225
One Hundred 1879-1901 Morgan
Dollars, from various mints, approx.
84.9 troy oz.
$800-1,200
1226
1878-CC/Carson City Morgan Dollar.
$100-200
1227
1882-CC/Carson City Morgan Dollar.
$100-200
1228
1883-CC/Carson City Morgan Dollar.
$100-200
1229
1884-CC/Carson City Morgan Dollar.
$100-200
1230
1891-CC/Carson City Morgan Dollar.
$100-200
1231
1889-CC/Carson City Morgan Dollar
NGC XF40 Rated.
$2,000-3,000
1232
1893-S Morgan Dollar NGC VF25
Rated.
$4,000-5,000
1233
1885-S Morgan Dollar PCGS AU55
and a 1902-O Morgan Dollar PCGS
MS64.
$100-200
1234
1892-CC/Carson City Morgan Dollar
PCGS MS61 Rated.
$800-1,200
1235
1894 Morgan Dollar PCGS MS62
Rated.
$3,000-4,000
1236
Four Spanish Colonial Coins, a gold
1786 half escudo, a 1797 one escudo,
and two silver eight reales coins, an
1810 Ferdin VII and an 1802 Carolus
IIII.
$400-600
1237
1925-D 2 1/2 Dollar Indian Head
Gold Coin.
$200-300
1238
Five Miscellaneous Cased U.S.
Coins, an 1864 2-cent piece, an
1867 3-cent nickel, an 1845 Braided
Hair cent, a 1904-O Morgan dollar
accompanied by two New Orleans
commemorative stamps, and a
commemorative Columbian silver
half-dollar.
$200-300
1239
U.S. Mint Bicentennial One Troy
Pound Commemorative Coin.
$150-200
1240
1994 Gold Eagle Bullion Proof Set,
with the five, ten, twenty-five, and fifty
dollar coins.
$2,000-3,000
1241
1914-S St. Gaudens Twenty-dollar
Gold Coin PCGS MS62 Rated.
$1,200-1,500
1242
1995 Civil War Battlefield
Commemorative Six-coin Set, two
gold five-dollar coins, two silver dollars,
and two clad half-dollars.
$800-1,200
1243
Near Complete Set of Morgan
Dollars, including 1878-1885, 1890,
1891, and 1893 Carson City dollars, an
1888-S, 1893, 1893-O, 1895-S, 1895-
O, and a 1903-O; only coins missing
from set are the 1880-CC reverse ‘78,
1885-S, 1888-O “Hot Lips,” 1889-
CC, 1892-CC, 1893-S, 1894, and the
1902-O.
$6,000-8,000
1244
138 Cased Morgan and Peace
Dollars, 134 Morgan dollars and four
Peace dollars from various years.
$1,500-1,800
1245
Thirteen U.S. Commemorative
Silver Dollar Collector’s Panels,
each with one dollar coin and affiliated
commemorative stamp.
$150-200
1246
Twenty-six 20th Century Dollar
Coins, six Morgan dollars, nine Peace
dollars, four Susan B. Anthony dollars,
and seven Eisenhower dollars.
$150-200
1247
Twenty-six U.S. Mint Silver Proof
Sets, eighteen sets from the fifty
quarters series, ranging from 1999-
2008, five quarter sets from 2009-
2012, and three silver proof and
quarter sets, two from 1999 and one
from 2001.
$100-200
1248
Large Group of Mostly Silver
Commemorative Coins, a Washington
Mint 24kt gold-clad half troy pound
Walking Liberty coin, a 2010 Silver
Eagle coin, an American Independence
and a Treaty of Paris commemorative,
an American quarter dollar collection
including a 1915-D Barber, a 1926
Standing Liberty, a Bicentennial,
and a 1942-D Washington, a Liberty
commemorative group including a
1928 Peace dollar, a 1937 Walking
Liberty half, a 1916 Barber quarter,
a 1904 Liberty nickel, and a 1937
Mercury dime, a Bicentennial silver
proof set of a 1976-S Eisenhower
dollar, Kennedy half-dollar, and
Washington quarter.
$200-250
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Group of Silver U.S. Commemorative
and Proof Coins, a Dolly Madison
proof, three space shuttle
commemorative coins, a 1986-S Silver
Eagle, a bicentennial silver proof set, a
1957 and a 1958 Franklin half-dollars,
a 1946 Walking Liberty half-dollar, a
1999 Yellowstone commemorative
proof and an uncirculated dollar, an
Eisenhower centennial dollar, a US
Capitol commemorative dollar, and a
Robert Kennedy memorial silver proof.
$100-150
1250
Group of U.S. Dollars and Half-
dollars, twenty-one Franklin half-
dollar panels with commemorative
stamps, eight commemorative silver
half-dollars, two Silver Eagle dollars,
an 1891-O Morgan dollar, a 1926-S
Peace dollar, two Walking Liberty half-
dollars, a 2008-S Challenger half-dollar,
fifteen small silver ingots totaling .44
troy oz., six presidential dollar coin
proof sets, and eleven individually
cased presidential dollar coins.
$200-300
1251
Eighteen Boxed and Cased Silver
Proof Sets, from the 1990s through
the 2000s.
$200-300
1252
Twenty-two Miscellaneous U.S.
Silver Dollars and Ten Half-dollar
Coins, eleven Walking Liberty dollars
and ten Walking Liberty half-dollars,
three Morgan dollars, two Eisenhower
dollars, and six Peace dollars.
$200-300
1253
Complete Date Mark Set of Morgan
and Peace Dollars, twenty-eight
sequential Morgan dollars and ten
Peace dollars, with accompanying
commemorative stamps.
$1,200-1,500
1254
The Treasures of Egypt
Commemorative Coin Set, four silver
coins, weighing 22.5 grams each, and
a gold coin, weighing 8.5 grams.
$300-400
1255
Group of U.S. Coins, five
commemorative half-dollar proofs and
case, a book with collector’s panels of
Barber and Mercury dimes with forty-
one dimes dated 1902-1945, a cased
set of the antique and historic nickel
collection, a set of eight Eisenhower
dollars, a set of twenty-five sequential
Indian Head cents dated 1885-1909,
a set of fourteen collector’s panels with
Indian Head cents dated sequentially
from 1881-1909, nine collector’s
panels of Liberty Head nickels, twenty
collector’s panels of Buffalo nickels,
five Lincoln commemorative sets
with various Lincoln pennies and a
2009-P Lincoln silver dollar, fifteen
commemorative half-dollars, and the
US Commemorative Gallery’s Tribute to
America’s Greatest Silver Coins book.
$200-300
1256
Large Group of Miscellaneous U.S.
Coins and Proof Sets, including
collector’s panels and mint sets of
the 1960s through today, various
modern coinage, and a boxed set of
commemorative coins from the 1988
Seoul Olympic games.
$200-300
1257
Group of Miscellaneous World Coins
and Paper Currency.
$200-300
1258
Two Binders of U.S. Uncirculated
Mint and Quarter Sets, with seventy
collector’s panels and associated
stamps.
$200-300
1259
Sixteen PCS First Day Covers
Collection Binders, including a set of
presidential first day covers.
$200-300
1260
Twenty-two USPS American
Commemorative Collections
Binders.
$200-300
1261
America Remembers the World
at War First Day Covers and
Two Binders of Columbus
Commemorative Covers.
$200-300
1262
Group of Commemorative Stamps
and First Day Covers, including the
PCS US Special Collector Stamp
Sheets binder, special delivery stamps
of the 20th century, the US Constitution
Bicentennial Covers Collection, the
1992 Olympic games first day cover
collection, and miscellaneous loose
stamps.
$200-300
1263
Large Group of Commemorative
Stamps and First Day Covers,
including two boxes of United Nations
first day covers, a World Federation
of First Day Cover Collectors binder,
PCS The History of America in
Stamps volumes one and two, and
the Star-Spangled Banner bicentennial
commemorative group.
$200-300
1264
Group of Mostly Commemorative
Stamps, including a group of early
commemorative collector’s panels,
binders of commemorative stamps
dated 1920s-40s, an international
junior postage stamp album, and a
U.S. trans-Atlantic/Pacific stamp set.
$200-300
1265
Two Cases of Historic Stamps of
America.
$200-300
1266
Group of Hardwood-cased
Presidential Dollars and U.S. Silver
Coins, twenty-five presidential dollars
in collector’s panels, forty-five first
day issue presidential dollars and
accompanying case, a 2007 George
Washington mint error NGC MS64
rated, seven Kennedy, eleven Walking
Liberty, and six Franklin half-dollars,
four Washington and two Standing
Liberty quarters, and seven Mercury
and seven Roosevelt dimes.
$200-300
1267
Large Group of U.S. State Quarters,
nine binders and two cases with sets.
$100-200
1268
Complete Set of 1929 Kansas and
Nebraska Overprint Stamps and a
Civil War Stamp Collection, Civil War
stamps range in denomination from
two cents to one dollar.
$200-300
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Small Group of Miscellaneous
Currency, including an 1817 Chile
Volcano peso, an 1835 Mexico 8
reales, a group of American silver
coins, a 1974 United States Mint
Denver souvenir set, and a group
of mostly modern coins from the
Netherlands, France, Yugoslavia, Italy,
China, Turkey, Colombia, Austria,
Bermuda, Germany, the Cayman
Islands, Barbados, Scandinavia,
England, and many others.
$200-400
1270
American School, 20th Century
Advertising Poster: Mummenschanz
is not part of the King Tut exhibit!
Unsigned, with information from the
Bijou Theatre (New York) l.c. Color
lithograph on paper, 81 1/2 x 41
1/2 in., joined, unmatted, unframed.
Condition: Creases, scattered
abrasions, sheet is in two separate
sections, joined and mounted to a linen
support.
$200-300
1271
Alphonse Mucha (French 1860-1939)
CASSAN FILS, c. 1896. Lithograph
in colors, with gilt, 78 x 20 1/4 in.,
backed on linen. Condition: Tears,
creases losses, toning.
$600-800
1272
Page from The Illustrated London
News, London, September 11, 1880, a
matted page with story and illustration
“The (Ned) Kelly Gang in Australia.”
$30-40
1273
Thirty-three Mostly Late 1980s/
Early 1990s Comic Books, including
Daredevil, Captain America, Zorro,
Action, Punisher, Wolverine, X-Men,
The Demon, Transformers, Detective,
Avengers, Spider-man, Batman, a
1950 Topix Man of Peace and a Topix
Joan of Arc, and a c. 1958 Federal
Reserve Bank The Story of Checks.
$50-75
1274
Tintype of a Man Wearing an
Athletic Sweater and Cap with
a Woman Wearing a Fancy Hat,
the sweater with “97” (backwards),
unframed, (scratches), 3 1/2 x 2 in.
$50-75
1275
Pair of Framed Thomas Nast for
Harper’s Weekly Christmas-themed
Prints, c. 1880, “Merry Christmas” and
“Merry Old Santa Claus,” sight size to
20 5/8 x 13 7/8 in.
$300-500
1276
Pair of French Architectural
Engravings in Fruitwood Veneer
Frames, depicting classical columns
and pediments, both with labels on
the reverse from Arnould Gallery and
Framery, Marblehead, Massachusetts,
framed dimensions 26 x 19 1/2 in.
Provenance: Property from the
Estate of Ada Louise Huxtable, former
architecture critic for the New York
Times.
$100-150
1277
Vintage Brandt Manufacturing
Company Countertop Automatic
Cashier Change Machine, Chicago,
with embossed detailing to sides,
eleven rows of buttons, and a coin
sorter to the front, lg. 14, ht. 11 in.
$100-200
1278
Framed Photograph of Marilyn
Monroe and Joe DiMaggio, pictured
with Dom and Emily DiMaggio,
Joe’s brother and sister-in-law,
from the Brearley Collection, dated
“1954” in blue ballpoint pen to the
reverse, stamped in red ink “©1978
COPYRIGHT Dennis Michael Brearley,
All Rights Reserved,” cut down
from original image and mounted to
cardboard, 10 x 8 in., (abrasions,
losses, scratches to surface).
$300-500
1279
Six Unframed Engraved Maps of
Russia, four from Russia in Europe,
engraved by J. & C. Walker, published
by Baldwin and Cradock, London,
1835, Parts III, VII, VIII, and IX, and two
from L’Empire de Russie, en Europe
et en Asie, engraved by M. Bonne,
published by Jean-Leonard Pellet,
Geneva, 1780, sheets 1 and 3.
$200-300
1280
Small Collection of Late 19th and
Early 20th Century Paper Ephemera,
mostly relating to Boston and Waltham,
including trade receipts, invoices, and
letters.
$200-250
1281
Collection of Valentines, including
a large Raphael Tuck & Sons die-cut
“Loads of Happiness” automobile
valentine with movable wheels; a large
“Cupid’s Sport” card with watercolor
background, die-cut Cupid, and
tissue paper surround; and additional
Raphael Tuck cards including “Love’s
Pilot,” “To My Love,” “To My Heart’s
Desire,” “Loving Wishes,” and “Love
Lights the Way,” some formed as
stand-up figures; together with die-
cuts, early 20th century printed cards,
and a small group of cards for other
holidays, mostly Christmas.
$300-500
1282
Splendid Daguerreotype Miniatures
19th Century Broadside, engraved
advertisement for E.S. Hayden,
published by the American Office
- Print, Waterbury, Connecticut,
unframed, shrink-wrapped onto
foamcore, (foxing, toning, not
examined out of wrap), sheet size 11
3/4 x 10 in.
$150-250
1283
Four Woven Silk Commemorative
and Souvenir Ribbons, two World’s
Fair ribbons, “Machinery Hall,
Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893”
and “Pan-American Exposition Buffalo
NY 1901,” a Masonic Stevengraph
ribbon honoring Lord Leigh of
Stoneleigh Abbey, with a blindstamp
from Thomas Stevens, Royal
Letterpress, Coventry, and a framed
Stevengraph ribbon commemorating
the death of Lord Horatio Nelson with
advertisement to reverse of frame for
Stevengraph woven ribbons, including
the Death of Nelson, (some tears,
losses), lg. to 10 5/8 in.
$300-500
1284
Small Group of Memorabilia from
the 1936 Berlin Summer and Winter
Olympics, including a Volkstedt
transfer-decorated vase depicting the
Brandenburg gate, a glass ashtray,
two pins, brochures, a booklet about
track and field, and a bound volume
So Kämpfte und Siegte die Jugent der
Welt - XI. Olympiade Berlin 1936 by
Franz Miller.
$250-350
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Fourteen Reference Volumes on
Textiles and Clothing, including
Victorian Costume, Colorful Tablecloths
1930s-1960s, Ladies’ Vintage
Accessories, Antique Linens, and two
Miller’s price guides.
$200-250
1286
Approximately Twenty-nine Assorted
Antiques and Collectibles Reference
Volumes, topics include glass,
majolica, cigarette lighters, kitchen
collectibles, Staffordshire, and knives.
$200-250
1287
Small Collection of Mabel Normand
Ephemera, including issues of Liberty
from the fall of 1930, an issue of
Photoplay from May 1930 containing
the story “Mabel Normand’s Last
Message to Her Fans,” a set of
storyboard photographs from the 1923
film Suzanna, a newspaper article from
January 1930 about the ill Normand,
publicity stills, and two signed
photographs.
N.B. Mabel Normand (1892-1930)
was an American silent film actress
and comedienne, a costar of Charlie
Chaplin’s, and one of the film industry’s
first female screenwriters and directors.
She opened her own film studio
in 1918, was caught up in various
scandals during her lifetime, and died
of tuberculosis on February 23, 1930,
at the age of 37.
$250-350
1288
Framed Reproduction “Hilson’s
Famous Minstrels” Black
Americana Poster, off-set lithographic
reproduction after a 1910 original
poster, depicting two man arguing over
a game of dice, sight size 27 1/2 x 19
1/2 in.
$50-75
1289
Twenty-three Assorted Vintage Fruit
Crate Labels, growers include Victoria,
Hustler, Baby, Regal Red, Wise Bird,
Morjon, Marvel, and Pacific.
$200-300
1290
Approximately Twenty B-Western
Movie Lobby Cards, including The
Golden Stallion, 1949, starring Roy
Rogers and Trigger, On Top of Old
Smoky, 1953, and Valley of Fire,
starring Gene Autry and Champion,
Taming of the West, 1939, starring
Wild Bill Elliott, and Blackjack Ketchum,
Desperado, 1956, starring Jesse
James.
$200-300
1291
Set of Four Norman Rockwell U.S.
WWII Freedoms Lithograph Posters,
Freedom from Want, Freedom of
Speech, Freedom of Worship, and
Freedom from Fear, each unframed
and folded, sheet size 111 x 79 in.
$2,000-4,000
1292
Large Collection of Metal-framed
Flue Covers, 19th/20th century,
approximately sixty-five covers of
assorted sizes, featuring primarily
portraits of women and children.
$250-350
1293
Collection of Metal-framed Flue
Covers Featuring Genre and
Pastoral Scenes, 19th/20th century,
approximately forty-eight total.
$250-350
1294
Small Collection of Metal-framed
Flue Covers, 19th/20th century,
featuring depictions of animals, flowers,
fruit, and cherubs, approximately thirty
total.
$250-350
1295
Small Group of Miscellaneous
Ephemera, fourteen Compagnie
Générale Transatlantique French
Line cruise ship menus from the S.S.
France and the S.S. Liberté dating to
September 1960 and January 1973,
with artwork mostly by Jean A. Mercier,
a single menu from the S.S. Liberté
from April 1953, and a single issue of
L’Année Hippique, 13th Année, 1955-
56, an annual equestrian publication,
in slipcase.
$150-250
1296
Two Unframed 1960s Car and
Racing Posters, an Italian racing
poster, Targa Florio 1965, and an
advertising poster *PTD...your key to
a world of Porsche Pleasure, from the
Porsche Tourist Delivery Program.
$400-600
1297
Signed Beatles Promotional
Postcard, 1964, the Parlophone
Records postcard with a portrait
taken by Dezo Hoffman in 1963 of the
Beatles in collarless suits, bearing each
band member’s first name signed in
blue ink, from the Beatles’ 1964 world
tour.
Provenance: Accompanied by a
photocopy of a Swedish newspaper
article reviewing the July 1964
Stockholm shows, in which the owner
is shown pictured with the Beatles.
The postcard was obtained after their
show.
$1,000-2,000
1298
Complete Set of Four 1964 Beatles
Portrait Posters, manufactured
exclusively for Seltaeb Inc., printed by
Nems Enterprises Ltd., after artwork
by Nicholas Volpe, with four individual
portrait prints of Paul McCartney, John
Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George
Harrison, each with a smaller depiction
in the foreground of each Beatle
playing their respective instrument,
with the artist’s and Beatles’ signatures
printed in the matrix, sheet size 18 x
14 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
1299
Collection of Art and Travel
Postcards and Booklets, including
landmarks and locations in Paris,
Munich, Rome, Edinburgh, the Swiss
Alps, the Amalfi Coast, and Venice,
and artworks from the Louvre, the
Galleria dell’Accademia in Venice, the
National Gallery of Scotland, the Tate
Gallery and National Gallery in London,
the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the
Uffizi in Florence, the Kunsthistorisches
Museum in Vienna, and others.
$100-150
1300
Harry Truman Autographed
Card and a Norman Rockwell
Autographed Card.
$100-150
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Collection of Black and White
Hollywood Movie Stills and Publicity
Photographs, some titles include
Northwest Passage, Paris Calling,
The Desert Song, The Yearling, Lassie
Come Home, The Scarlet Pimpernel,
The Pied Piper, How Green Was My
Valley, Holiday Inn, Valley of the Sun,
Caesar and Cleopatra, Song of the
South, Casablanca, and Reap the
Wild Wind, notable figures depicted
include Lucille Ball, John Wayne, Vivian
Leigh, Ginger Rogers, Bette Davis,
Shirley Temple, Katharine Hepburn,
Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman,
Mickey Rooney, Marlene Dietrich, Gary
Cooper, Bob Hope, Mary Pickford,
Cary Grant, Bing Crosby, Joan
Crawford, and Henry Fonda.
$800-1,000
1302
Two Continental Scrapbook
Paintings, mid-19th century, both
signed to l.l. “G. Schultz,” one
depicting a scene of the industrial
town of Saline, 7 1/4 x 5 1/4, the
other a man walking his horse through
a wooded landscape, 9 x 6 in.,
unframed, (laid down to card, toning,
adhesive residue below images).
$50-75
1303
Ten Little Colored Boys Book,
published by Howard, Soskin, New
York, 1942.
$75-125
1304
Maugham, W. Somerset (1874-1965)
Cakes and Ale. London: Heinemann,
[1954].
Octavo, limited edition number
135 of 1,000, signed by Maugham
and illustrator Graham Sutherland
(1903-1980) on the limitation page, in
publisher’s light colored leather spine
and navy leather boards, t.e.g., other
edges untrimmed, illustrated; binding
rubbed, protected in a Mylar dust
jacket, some offsetting to endleaves,
period London bookseller’s ticket
pasted inside back board, 9 1/4 x 6 in.
$150-250
1305
Ogilvy, John (1600-1676) The
Continuation of the Road from
Bristol to Chester. [from] Britannia,
London, 1675.
Double-page folio map, the surface
treated with a semi-gloss finish,
hand-colored, the map, with the road
highlighted in red, is shown trompe
l’oeil style, as though it was inscribed
on a narrow parchment scroll that
unwinds in a spiral from left to right;
this portion of the map covers the road
from Ludlow to Chester, framed, old
folds, the paper slightly cockled within
the old frame, 16 1/4 x 14 in.
$200-300
1306
Zeeland, Frederick DeWit (1629/30-
1706) Comitatus Zelandiae Tabula
emendata a Frederico de Wit.
Amsterdam, c. 1680.
Large double-page folio map with
central fold, hand-coloring mostly
faded to brown, the sheet evenly
toned to a deep beige, likely mounted;
matted and framed, 22 1/2 x 18 1/4 in.
visible through the mat opening.
$200-300
1307
Canada and Its Provinces, ed. Adam
Shortt (1859-1931) and Arthur Doughty
(1860-1936). Toronto: Constable,
1913.
Twenty-three volumes, the author’s
edition, limited to 875 numbered
copies, of which this is number 763,
bound in uniform navy blue crushed
morocco, with a large decorative
rondelle containing the arms of all the
Canadian provinces, some volumes
peeling, rubbed, bumped, sunned
spines, 11 x 8 in. (23)
$200-300
1308
Earlom, Richard (1743–1822) after
Claude le Lorrain (1600-1682)
Later facsimile, not from 1775, number
111 from Lorrain’s Liber Veritatis,
printed in sepia ink, matted and
framed.
$300-500
1309
Two Framed George Edwards (1694-
1773) Ornithological Prints, The
Coot-footed Tringa (page 48), and the
Brown Indian Thrush (page 184), [from]
A Natural History of Birds, London: for
the author, 1743[-1751]; hand-colored,
matted, and framed, discoloration from
corrugated backing, browning, each 18
1/2 x 15 1/4 in. overall. (2)
$200-300
1310
Small Group of Black Americana
Collectibles, a lithographed paper
stand-up figure of a cigar porter,
a “Mammy” thermometer, a small
cast iron pencil sharpener, and a
polychrome painted cast metal paper
clip.
$200-250
1311
Six Tin Advertising and Collectible
Ashtrays, including a nude Marilyn
Monroe, three advertising Gallagher &
Burton whiskey, a rectangular Fraternal
Life And Accident Insurance tray, and a
black Americana tray for Cottolene.
$200-300
1312
Two Metal-framed Vintage Black
Americana Flue Covers, one of four
dandy-type children doing a cakewalk,
the other of two fancy children in a
corn cob car with watermelon wheels,
dia. 9 5/8 in.
$200-250
1313
Victorian Scrapbook Album, with
pages of calling cards, trading cards,
and advertisements, some die-cut,
approximately twenty-two double-
sided pages.
$300-500
1314
Group of Modern Reproduction
Black Americana Collectibles,
including two cast iron banks, an
ashtray, a pair of salt and pepper
shakers, and a set of four framed
photomechanical reproductions.
$150-250
1315
Three Vintage Boxed Bar Tool
Toters, National Silver Company,
“Hombre,” “Jeeves,” and “Firewater.”
$75-100
1316
Small Group of Early Photography
and Related Items, three empty
molded cases, two cased 1/9 plate
tintypes, a 1/6 plate tintype in half-
case, and approximately twenty loose
1/16 plate tintypes.
$200-250
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Eight Books and Catalogs
on Aviation and a Framed
Handkerchief, including La Vie De
Guynemer, a book on WWI aviation,
Monoplans Hanriot with early aviation
photographs and illustrations, and a
Ford Motor Company 1927 aviation
catalog.
$200-250
1318
Signed Photo of Orlando Hopkins,
mid to late 19th century, depicting a
seated Hopkins, a figure in the 19th
century Boston theater community, to
a James Murdoch.
$200-300
1319
Group of WWII Aviation
Memorabilia, a group of photographs
of airfields and cities in New Guinea,
and a pilot’s flight folder of the
southwest Pacific wing, published by
the Air Transport Command Navigation
and Briefing Section.
$300-400
1320
Framed A Sainted Devil Movie
Poster, by the Morgan Lithograph
Company, sight size 38 1/2 x 24 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
1321
Two Oak-framed French Travel
Posters, 20th century, both depicting
mountainside scenes, one bearing an
inscription within the matrix reading
“Alteriers F. Hugo D’Ales!,” lg. 44 1/2,
wd. 32 1/2 in.
$200-400
1322
Group of Vintage Lighters, including
various Ronson white-metal models,
a mother-of-pearl and metal lighter
bearing a stamp reading “Ministere
Finances,” an Austrian IMCO-Gunlite,
and various Zippos and Ascots.
$200-400
1323
Group of Advertising Objects, an
Admiral Watches tabletop display
cabinet, a round lithographed tin Kiwi
boot polish display, a Magic Yeast
display, and two De Laval tin cows, ht.
to 27, wd. to 15 1/2, dp. to 6 1/2 in.
$200-300
1324
Two Breweriana Signs, a red and
gold glass Miller High Life, and a tin
Russell’s Ales, lg. to 29, wd. to 24 in.
$200-300
1325
Group of Countertop Display
Perfume Bottles, by various makers,
including Christian Dior, Calvin Klein,
Chloe Narcisse, and Lanvin, ht. to 12
3/4 in.
$400-600
1326
Five “Nipper” Terrier Figures, two
small ceramic shakers, a chalkware
Nipper, one composite, and one large
papier-mâché, ht. to 36 in.
$400-600
1327
Two Child’s Clothing Advertising
Displays, a composite Hanes
underwear display depicting a child in
underwear and a dog, and a Brown Bilt
Shoe display, ht. to 23 in.
$300-500
1328
Group of Magic Items, including
various magic sets, two Leroy-Talma-
Bosco postcards, a three-card Monte
set, and a reproduction Thurston the
Great poster.
$200-250
1329
Group of Vintage and Antique
Bathroom Accessories, including
a vintage Lady Schick electric razor,
a Limoges porcelain portrait tray, a
milk glass shaving mug with roses in
molded relief, and an OLA manicure
set housed in a lithographed tin box.
$100-150
1330
Group of Advertising and Display
Items, a large pottery Keds sneaker,
a Bissell’s Club Sweeper, an oversized
Japanese lighter, Optima camera,
Staedtler pencil, papier-mâché Planters
peanut, and a Heap Big Smoke cigar.
$600-800
1331
Four Walking Sticks and a Tusk
Knife, one bone vertebra, two turned
wood, and a bamboo walking stick
with carved masks, (damage), lg. to
33 3/4 in.
$200-250
1332
Large Group of Wonder Woman
Collectibles and Ephemera, including
an Aladdin Industries lithographed
tin Super Powers lunchbox, a Super
Friends lunchbox and two Wonder
Woman thermoses, a group of
miscellaneous comics and books, a
vintage costume and mask, and Les
Daniels Wonder Woman masterpiece
edition.
$600-800
1333
Group of Advertising Items and
Product Boxes, early 20th century,
including a stenciled tin Y&S licorice
display, boxes of Slades spices,
a group of Hassan cowboy series
cards, an Ed Pinaud’s Hair Tonic tin
thermometer, and a Pepsi-Cola bottle-
form tin sign.
$200-250
1334
Signed Commemorative Print from
the Four Seasons Restaurant in
New York, with columns of stylized
woodblock-printed trees in three colors
representing the four seasons, text
below reading “The Four Seasons
celebrates eighty joyful seasons. July
1959 - July 1979,” with printed names
Tom Margittai and Paul Kovi below
two signatures, numbered “28/45” in
pencil l.l., inscribed “HUXTABLE” to
the reverse in marker, sight size 45 1/2
x 10 1/4 in., framed, (toning, foxing,
soiling, not examined out of frame).
Provenance: Property from the estate
of Ada Louise Huxtable, formerly
architecture critic of the New York
Times.
N.B. The Four Seasons Restaurant
is located in the landmark Seagrams
building in New York. Ada Louise
Huxtable, working with her husband,
designed over 140 items for the
restaurant. The results were so
successful that the Museum of
Modern Art selected 18 pieces for their
permanent collection.
$75-150
1335
Two British Railways - See England
by Rail Lithograph Travel Posters,
1950s, “Norwich” and “Ely,” after
original artwork by Kenneth Steel,
printed by Stafford & Co., published by
the Railway Executive Eastern Region,
shrink wrapped onto foamcore, sheet
size 39 3/4 x 25 in.
$250-350
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Seven 1950s Saturday Evening
Post Front Cover Posters, including
February 16, 1952 with artwork by
Norman Rockwell; August 8, 1959 with
artwork by Thornton Utz; October 13,
1951 with artwork by John Clymer; and
December 22, 1951 and December
13, 1952 with artwork by Steven
Dohanos, all mounted on foamcore,
sheet size 27 3/4 x 21 3/4 in.
$200-300
1337
Two U.S. WWII Lithograph Posters,
a Frederick Siebel “Someone Talked,”
and a war bonds poster designed
for display on Native American
reservations, shrink wrapped onto
foamcore, sheet size to 40 x 28 in.
$200-300
1338
Donald Duck Cola Die-cut
Cardboard Advertising Sign, c.
1950s, lg. 25 5/8 in.
$200-300
1339
After Jules Alexandre Grün (French,
1868-1934)
Scala - Enfin, seuls! Revue a Grand
Spectacle de Paul Gavault et
Eugène Héros, c. 1901. Lithograph
poster, sheet size 48 1/2 x 34 1/4 in.,
mounted on linen and shrink wrapped.
Condition: Losses especially to
corners, creasing, toning, tape residue
along top edge.
$300-500
1340
Large Group of Advertising Items,
including an S&H green stamps light, a
dreams, quiz questions, and fortunes
scale, a Ruby Bands display cabinet,
a Marquette Club ginger ale cardboard
display and bottle, and a cardboard
Bickmore shaving cream sign.
$400-600
1341
Group of Commemorative Medals,
including two British and French WWI
Victory medals on rainbow-striped
ribbons, an 1848-1908 Austrian
Jubilee Cross medal, an 1898 Austrian
Jubilee medal for Kaiser Franz Josef,
and two Austrian 1864-1914 Red
Cross medals, one cased.
$200-250
1342
Vintage Tobacco Silk and Satin
Pieced Quilt, comprised of
multicolored fabric squares and a
large number of cigar silk premiums
including actresses, baseball players,
butterflies, state seals, international
flags, and flowers.
$150-200
1343
Collection of Assorted Vintage
Playing Cards, including cased sets,
many still shrink-wrapped, books on
card games, European sets, miniature
and oversized cards, card-playing
accessories, artist-designed cards,
travel-themed cards, bridge and
canasta sets, a 1933 World’s Fair
commemorative set, fortune-telling
cards, and many others.
$300-400
1344
Collection of Mostly Cigarette
Cards, series include “Men of History,”
“Heroes of History,” “Men and Women
of History,” “Champion Pugilists,”
“Series of Champions,” “Lighthouse
Series,” and “Caporal Baseball Series,”
including cards of royalty, historical
figures, boxers, explorers, and baseball
players, a Boys’ Life Boy Scouts code
card, a group of Bible lesson picture
cards, and an Arbuckle’s Illustrated
Atlas of Fifty Principal Nations of the
World.
$200-400
1345
Framed French WWI Victory Poster
Souscrivez Pour la Victoire, c. 1916,
artwork by M. Richard-Butz, signed
and dated within the matrix l.l., printed
by Devambez, Paris, mounted to linen,
sheet size 33 3/4 x 44 1/4 in.
$400-600
1346
Collection of Vintage Car Catalogs,
many duplicates, including pamphlets,
catalogs, advertisements, and
brochures for various car companies
including Ford, Pontiac, Oldsmobile,
Chrysler, Renault, Mercury/Lincoln,
Austin, Fiat, Bentley, Frazer, Hudson,
Hupp, Kaiser, Chevrolet, Buick,
Auburn, Dodge, Plymouth, Packard,
and Studebaker, mostly from the
1930s through 1950s.
$300-500
1347
Eight Vintage and Reproduction War
Bonds Posters, mostly vintage WWII
posters, seven folded and creased,
one rolled.
$400-600
1348
Three Vintage Radio-themed Items,
a painted metal “His Master’s Voice”
record sign, a reverse-painted glass
RCA light-up sign “TV-RADIO SERVICE
We use RCA tubes,” and a Shure
Brothers Unidyne Dynamic radio
microphone with floor stand.
$200-300
1349
Two Boxes of Books on Magic,
including books on card tricks,
illusions, catalogues, and books about
the history of magic.
$100-150
1350
Late 19th Century Wool Naval Cap,
with United States Navy brass buttons.
$100-150
1351
Early 20th Century Naval Aviator’s
Jacket and Cap, the forest green
jacket with pleated breast pockets and
two large hip pockets, with single-
stripe ensign’s bullion embroidered
epaulets, (missing buttons), and a
matching cap with bullion embroidered
crest to front, (moth damage).
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$300-500
1352
Assorted Group of United States
WWII Uniforms and Accessories,
including a green private’s Army
uniform, a jacket from the Twelfth
United States Army group with red,
white, and blue shoulder sleeve
insignia, a field jacket, an Army Air
Forces jacket with bullion embroidered
shoulder sleeve insignia, a regulation
Army overcoat trench, two boxed Army
Colonel’s caps, and assorted shirts,
pants, belts, gloves, and hats.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$300-500
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Two Bone Daggers and a Letter
Opener, Japan, 19th/20th century, the
relief-carved handles and scabbards
with depictions of townsfolk, flowers
and cranes, (damage), lg. to 14 3/4 in.
$200-250
1354
New England Guards Image, c. late
19th century, photograph of a painting
entitled ENCAMPMENT OF THE NEW
ENGLAND GUARDS AT SAVIN HILL
1819. FROM A PAINTING IN THE OLD
COURT HOUSE BOSTON., lg. 18 1/2,
ht. 14 in.
$150-200
1355
Parang with Sheath, Indonesia,
possibly Java, 19th century, the wood
hilt with carved and pierced leaf scroll
decorations, the single-edge blade
slightly curved and incised “1658,” the
wood sheath embellished with brass
rings and brass mounts embossed
with scrolling flowers, overall lg. 23
1/2 in.
$500-700
1356
Naval Flintlock Pistol, c. 1837, the
barrel stamped “1421,” marked “Md
1837,” marks to underside of an L with
a crown and a P with a star, (damage,
losses), lg. 13 in.
$200-300
1357
Japanese Samurai Sword and
Scabbard, gilt and patinated metal
mounted with a cloth-wrapped
shagreen grip, leather scabbard, lg.
38 in.
$150-250
1358
Hand-colored Engraved Portrait
of Stephen Decatur, after a portrait
by Alonzo Chappel, engraved by
G.H. Hall, published in New York by
Johnson, Frye & Co., with a label on
the reverse from Arthur Ackermann &
Son, 191 Regent Street, London, sight
size 9 x 6 in., framed.
$300-500
1359
Framed Photograph of the Reunion
of the 14th New Jersey Volunteer
Infantry, labeled “Reunion of the 14th
N. J. VOLS., At Jamesburg. Sept. 19.
1882,” below the photograph, printed
by R.H. Rose, Photo., Princeton, New
Jersey, (toning, yellowing), image size 7
1/8 x 9 1/4 in.
$150-250
1360
Parang and Sheath, Indonesia,
probably Bali, 19th century, the
single-edge straight iron blade with
damascene pattern and a slight
bowing from the base outwards to a
sharp point at the tip, the base of the
blade decorated with a gilt-embellished
recumbent mythical beast, the bronze
hilt and sheath both worked with
stylized scrolling floral design, with
a leaf-shaped clip mounted on the
underside of the sheath, overall lg. 24
in.
$500-700
1361
Four Fraternal Swords with
Engraved Blades, one Ames MFG.
Co., one Thomas Sellew, both with
scabbards, and two Bent & Bush
swords, lg. to 36 1/2 in.
$300-500
1362
Wood and Iron 19th Century Broad
Axe, lg. 23 1/2 in.
$200-300
1363
Cut-down Model 1873 Trapdoor
Springfield Rifle, walnut stock with
steel buttplate with compartment,
steel lockplate marked with U.S./
SPRINGFIELD, serial number marked
on the breech, and on top of the
trapdoor US/MODEL/1873, overall lg.
41 3/4 in.
$200-400
1364
Kris and Sheath, Indonesia, possibly
Minangkabau, 19th/20th century,
typical form, with wood hilt and lea-
form wrangka, the blade consists of
thirteen luk or curves, with a beaded
mendak, together with an etched brass
sheath, overall lg. 19 3/4 in.
$400-500
1365
Model 1840 Ames Light Artillery
Cavalry Saber and Scabbard, brass
hilt with leather and wire-wrapped grip,
blade marked “US NWP” to one side
and “N.P. Ames, Cabotville 1845” to
the other, overall lg. 44 in.
$200-400
1366
Model 1840 Cavalry Saber and
Scabbard, bronze hilt with leather
and wire-wrapped grip, blade marked
“P.D.L.” in a dotted circle to one side,
with steel scabbard, overall lg. 41 1/2
in.
$200-400
1367
Two Walking Sticks, a sword cane
with metal and glass-inset handle, lg.
36 3/4, and a Naval walking stick with
decorated metal handle, lg. 35 3/4 in.
$200-250
1368
Early 20th Century Cast Metal Ship’s
Bell, marked to one side “Ossabaw
1906,” possibly for a ship or for
Ossabaw Island, Georgia.
$200-400
1369
Two Circa 1852 Naval Officer’s
Swords, with etched blades, brass
dolphin-decorated hilts, and wire-
wrapped shagreen grips, one with a
metal-mounted shagreen scabbard.
$300-500
1370
Collection of Military School
Uniforms, including West Point
uniform jackets and pants, an olive
green overcoat with black embroidery
detail to sleeves, a Naval Academy
Midshipman dress uniform jacket, and
several hats.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$500-700
1371
Gurkha Knife with Two Utility Knives
in One Sheath, Kukri, South Asia,
19th/20th century, the curved, fullered
blade with two notches at the base,
the bronze and wood hilt decorated
with dotted metal inlays, fitted into
the leather sheath together with two
miniature knives, overall lg. 12 in.
$350-450
1372
Model 1860 Ames Cavalry Saber
and Scabbard, brass hilt with leather
and wire-wrapped grip, blade marked
“US A.D.K. 1865” to one side and
“Ames Mfg Co Chicopee” to the other,
with steel scabbard, overall lg. 41 in.
$250-450
1373
Model 1860 Emerson & Silver
Cavalry Saber, brass hilt with leather
and wire-wrapped grip, blade marked
“Emerson Silver Trenton, N.J.” to one
side and “N.J.” to the other, with steel
scabbard, overall lg. 41 in.
$300-500
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Collection of Tin Cups,
Candleholders, Oil Lamps, and
Lanterns, primarily Civil War and
Spanish-American War, including two
large Spanish-American War cup with
“U.S.” stamped to handles, a small cup
with handwritten label “Post 12 G.A.R.
1.25” affixed to side, chambersticks, a
lantern/soup warmer from a Civil War
nurse’s camp, a Lyons Magnetic Insect
Powder container, and other items.
$300-500
1375
Connecticut Governor’s Foot Guard
Dress Uniform, comprised of navy
blue double-breasted wool coat with
silver-tone “GFG” Ridabock buttons
and metallic embroidery to sleeves
and neckline, with cream-colored wool
breeches.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$300-500
1376
Group of Mostly WWII Engineer’s
Uniforms, including two Army tunic
jackets, a trench coat, a wool shirt
and pants, a belted tunic jacket
and matching pants, a heavy wool
overcoat, and other wardrobe items.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$400-600
1377
Early 20th Century Cavalry Saber,
impressed “U.S J-C” to one side of
blade and “A.S.Co., 1906” to the other,
with iron hilt and lacking grip, in iron
scabbard, lg. 41 in.
$200-400
1378
Two Cavalry Sabers, a model 1860
marked “S. 1864” to one side of
blade, brass hilt and leather and wire-
wrapped grip, and metal scabbard,
and a model 1840 with a rooster mark
to one side of blade, brass hilt, and
leather and wire-wrapped grip.
$300-500
1379
Three Civil War-era Carpet Bags, the
wool bags with floral and decorative
motifs, wool handles, and brass locks,
two with leather bases.
$200-400
1380
Group of Assorted Navy Uniforms,
including two WWI-era green tunic
jackets with gold-tone buttons, a
WWII enlisted uniform, two dress
blue overcoats, trousers, a green field
uniform, an officer’s white cotton WWI-
era uniform, and many additional items
including hats and belts.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$200-400
1381
Collection of Assorted ROTC and
Usher’s Uniforms, including several
tan and brown uniform jackets with “R”
script gold-tone buttons and matching
brown trousers, a wool dress coat
with Knights Templar/Masonic “In Hoc
Signo Vinces” silver-tone buttons, a red
wool dress cap, and other items.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$250-350
1382
Model 1860 Cavalry Saber and
Scabbard, brass hilt with leather and
wire-wrapped grip, blade marked
“Mansfield & Lamb Forestdale, R.I.” to
one side and “US GGS 1861” to the
other, with iron scabbard, overall lg.
41 in.
$300-500
1383
Two Fraternal Swords with Engraved
Blades, 19th/20th century, one
with engraved bone handle and red
enameled cross, and an Ames Sword
Co. sword with red-enameled cross, lg.
to 36 1/2 in.
$200-300
1384
Connecticut State Guard’s Dress
Uniform, the scarlet wool coat with
black velvet central panels, adorned
with silver-tone flat buttons and stripes
of metallic embroidery, with heavy
metallic rope embroidery to epaulets,
the navy blue wool pants with metallic-
embroidered scarlet wool tuxedo
stripe, accompanied by dark blue
velvet leggings, black leather holster,
and white cotton gloves.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$300-500
1385
Two Uniforms of Naval Officer
Captain Victor Jackson, 1920s, a
double-breasted wool coat with gold-
tone eagle buttons, officer’s ribbon
to left breast, and four embroidered
metallic gold stripes to sleeves, with
matching black wool trousers with
metallic gold embroidered tuxedo
stripe, a very similar cropped double-
breasted jacket with striped sleeves
and gold-tone eagle buttons, an
officer’s hat with bullion embroidery,
and two bicorn hats with extensive
gold ribboning and embroidery.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$600-800
1386
Luneschloss Cavalry Saber Retailed
by Tiffany & Co., c. 1860, the saber
stamped “TIFFANY & Co. NEW YORK”
to one side of blade and marked
“P.D.L.” within a circle of dots to the
other, with iron guard and leather and
brass-covered grip, iron scabbard,
overall lg. 43 in.
$200-400
1387
Five Model 1902 Officer’s Swords,
four with steel scabbards, all with
etched blades, two from the Springfield
Armory, Massachusetts, one from L.A.
Armstrong Mfg. Co., Chicago, and
one from the Horstmann Company,
Philadelphia, with grips of molded
plastic or horn.
$200-400
1388
Group of Assorted Vintage Marine
Corps Uniforms, including a pair of
red-striped blue wool dress trousers, a
WWII “Ike” jacket, two green overcoats,
a WWI dress blue tunic jacket with
victory medal affixed to the breast
pocket, and several pairs of trousers.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$300-500
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Assorted Group of WWII Uniforms,
including an Army officer’s tunic jacket
with three rows of ribbons, two shirts
with Army “A” and crossed swords
shoulder patches, additional Army
jackets, an Army ROTC jacket, a shirt
with a shoulder patch for the Army
4-Wheel Tank Destroyer unit, and a
group of assorted hats, belts, and
accessories.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$400-600
1390
United States Naval Academy
Midshipman’s Blue Service Dress
Uniform, c. 1925, the double-breasted
blazer with six gold-tone eagle buttons,
three embroidered gold braid stripes to
each sleeve, and embroidered anchors
to the lapels, accompanied by black
service dress pants and a metal case
enclosing a bicorn hat and elaborate
gold braided epaulets.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$300-500
1391
Two Cavalry Sabers, a model 1840
Sheble & Fisher saber, Philadelphia,
stamped to blade, with brass hilt,
wire-wrapped wood grip, and steel
scabbard, and a model 1860 Ames
saber, stamped “Ames Mfg. Co
Chicopee Mass” to one side of blade,
“U.S. C.E.W. 1864” to other, with brass
hilt, wire-wrapped leather grip, and
steel scabbard.
$300-500
1392
Six Assorted Swords, including three
Sons of Veterans swords with etched
blades decorated with Grant’s face
and “E Pluribus Unum” insignia, an
1860 staff and field officer’s sword, and
two etched blade swords with Boston
marks, one from Oak Hall Clothing Co.
and the other G.W. Simmons & Co., all
with scabbards.
$400-600
1393
Group of Assorted WWI Uniforms,
including a green uniform jacket from
Belle Jardinière, Paris, a cropped
white jacket with heavy gold braided
epaulets, Army tunic jackets, a Marines
heavy wool overcoat, a khaki overcoat,
and many additional items including
hats, belts, badges, buttons, and
pouches.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$300-500
1394
Assorted Group of Mostly WWII
Uniforms, including an Air Force blue
belted overcoat, tunic jacket, and
trousers, a khaki tunic jacket, additional
jackets, trousers, and other items.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the
acquisition fund of the Hood Museum
of Art, Dartmouth College.
$200-400
1395
Small Collection of Spanish-
American War Objects, a scarlet-lined
navy blue wool cape, buttons, hats,
epaulets, and other items.
$200-400
1396
Two Cavalry Sabers, a model 1840
Ames saber, blade rubbed, partial
Ames/Chicopee mark to one side,
stamped “US J.A. 1857” to other,
with brass hilt, wire-wrapped leather
grip (wire loss), and scabbard; and
an unmarked model 1840 saber with
brass hilt, wire and twine-wrapped grip
(unraveling), and steel scabbard.
$300-500
1397
Two Kentucky-style Percussion
Rifles, maple stocks, brass fittings,
octagonal barrels, one engraved
illegibly to top of barrel, the other
marked “D. Boyer,” lg. to 59 in.
$300-500
1398
Blue Wool Militia Uniform, mid to late
19th century, the gray-blue wool jacket
and matching trousers with black
collar, cuffs, and epaulets, the epaulets
with appliqued blue wool “5” and
gold-tone buttons that read “Decus et
Praesidium.”
$300-500
1399
Two Militia Uniforms, mid to late 19th
century, a gray-blue wool cropped
jacket with tails, blue and ivory fringed
epaulets, three rows of gold-tone
buttons and chevron embroidery, with
matching wool trousers, and a navy
blue wool jacket with scarlet epaulets
and cuffs, three rows of gold-tone
buttons, and gold braided embroidery,
with matching scarlet wool trousers
with metallic gold embroidered tuxedo
stripe.
$300-500
1400
Penco Banjo, c. 1970, ht. 38 1/2, wd.
14 in., with Lifton case.
$200-300
1401
American Guitar, C.F. Martin & Co.,
Nazareth, Classical Style, stamped
CF MARTIN & CO. at the center strip,
width of lower bout 14 1/4 in., with
case.
$200-300
1402
Five-string Harmony Banjo, diameter
of head 13 3/4 in., with case.
$200-400
1403
German Trumpet, Christian
Reisser, Ulm, Germany, engraved
on the bell CHRISTIAN REISSER
INSTRUMENTENFABRIK ULM
DONAU, engraved on the mouthpiece
CHR. REISSER ULM, with case.
$50-100
1404
Pump Organ, labeled ...JOSEPH W.
PRESCOTT, CONCORD, NH.
$50-100
1405
Four-string Tenor Banjo, diameter of
head 12 1/2 in., with original case.
$200-400
1406
Transitional French Ebony-
mounted Violin Bow, the round stick
unstamped, bone adjuster, weight 49
grams, (without hair).
$300-600
1407
German Violin, c. 1960, labeled
...STRADIVARIUS..., length of back
357 mm.
$100-200
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Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick unstamped, weight 60
grams.
$200-300
1409
Child’s German Violin, c. 1920,
labeled ...ANTON SCHROETTER...,
length of back 330 mm, with case and
bow.
$50-75
1410
Twenty-five Assorted Violin Bows.
$200-300
1411
Violin, c. 1846, labeled ...ALDRIE
LUTHIER..., length of back 356 mm.
$50-100
1412
Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick unstamped, weight 57
grams.
$300-500
1413
Nickel-mounted Violin Bow,
Knopf School, the octagonal stick
unstamped, weight 52 grams, (without
hair or grip).
$100-300
1414
Student Violin, length of back 358
mm, with case.
$100-200
1415
Modern Violin, unlabeled, length of
back 356 mm.
$800-1,200
1416
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick unstamped, weight 56
grams.
$100-200
1417
German Composite Violin, labeled
...GUARNERIUS..., and a repair label
...REPAIRED BY JOHN NORDSTRUM,
WALLA WALLA, WASH. 1921..., length
of one-piece back 357 mm, with case.
$100-200
1418
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick unstamped, weight 52
grams.
$200-400
1419
Saxon Violin, c. 1850, length of back
358 mm, with case.
$400-600
1420
Selmer Alto Clarinet, c. 1950,
stamped SELMER, PARIS, MADE IN
FRANCE, Serial #N9286, with case.
$200-400
1420A
Selmer, Tenor Saxophone, New York,
with added neck brace and gig bag.
$300-400
1421
Selmer “Bundy” E-flat Alto Horn,
made in the USA, with case and
Reynolds mouthpiece.
$200-400
1421A
French Clarinet, stamped
NORMANDY, serial number 57341,
ebony with nickel keys, with case.
$200-400
1422
American Mandolin, unlabeled, the
peghead inlaid with DEAN, length of
back 13 7/8 in.
$100-200
1423
C.G. Conn Trombone, Elkhart,
Indiana, serial #73765, silver-plated,
with sheet music, metronome and
case.
$300-500
1424
German Cello, Pfretzschner School,
unlabeled, length of two-piece back
75.4 cm, with Glasser fiberglass bow,
soft case, and hard case.
$600-800
1425
Silver-mounted Cello Bow,
Attributed to E. Dupree, the
octagonal stick illegibly stamped,
weight 79.5 grams.
$300-400
1426
Nickel-mounted Violoncello Bow,
the round stick unstamped, weight 70
grams.
$200-300
1427
German Cello, labeled ...COPY OF
STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 750
mm (29 1/2 in.).
$300-500
1428
Nickel Silver-mounted Violoncello
Bow, the round stick unstamped,
weight 65.5 grams.
$50-75
1429
Child’s 1/2 Size German Cello,
unlabeled, length of back 680 mm (26
3/4 in.).
$200-400
1430
Nickel Silver-mounted Violoncello
Bow, the round stick unstamped,
weight 72 grams.
$150-250
1431
Child’s German 3/4 Size Cello,
unlabeled, length of back 700 mm (27
5/8 in.).
$200-300
1432
3/4 Size Cello, c. 2001, labeled
...VIKTORIA..., 688 mm (27 in.).
$200-400
1433
Three Full Size Cellos Without
Tops, one labeled ... JOHN JUZEK,
1969, MADE IN GERMANY..., one
labeled ...JOHN JUZEK, MADE IN
CZECHOSLOVAKIA..., and one
branded ...JOHS BRUECKNER...,
length of back 756 mm (29 3/4 in.),
759 mm (29 7/8 in.), and 760 mm (29
7/8 in.).
$700-900
1434
Viola, labeled ...MEISEL..., length of
back 41 cm (16 in.), with case and
bow.
$100-150
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Nickel Silver-mounted Viola Bow, the
pernambuco octagonal stick, nickel
silver ebony frog, three-piece nickel
silver screw button, silver winding,
stamped *EMILE DUPREE*, weight 69
grams.
$300-500
1436
Two Nickel Silver-mounted Viola
Bows, the round sticks stamped
TOURTE, the other GIBSON. weight
57.5 and 64 grams.
$200-400
1437
Student Viola, labeled ...ANTON
SCHUSTER..., length of back 39.5 cm
(15 1/2 in.), with case and fiberglass
bow.
$100-150
1438
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, Frank
Callier, the round stick stamped
FRANK CALLIER USA, weight 60
grams.
$200-300
1439
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick illegibly stamped,
weight 55.5 grams.
$400-600
1440
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round
stick stamped VUILLAUME, weight 53
grams, (without hair).
$100-200
1441
Silver-mounted German Violin Bow,
the round stick stamped PAGANINI,
weight 50.5 grams.
$100-200
1441A
Violin Bow, the round stick
unstamped, weight 52 grams.
$200-300
1442
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round
stick unstamped, weight 55 grams.
$100-200
1443
Violin, labeled ...HEBERLIN..., the
letters RL encircled in an oval, length of
back 358 mm.
$100-200
1444
3/4 Size Chinese Commercial Violin,
unlabeled, length of back 338 mm.
$100-200
1445
German Violin, labeled ...MICHAEL
BOLLER, GEIGENMACHER, 1788...,
length of back 355 mm, with one silver-
mounted bow, one nickel-mounted
bow, and case.
$800-1,000
1446
Three Small Modern Violins, one
labeled ...REPUBLIC OF CHINA..., one
Saxon, unlabeled, and the third labeled
...JOHN G. MURDOCH AND CO.,
LONDON..., length of back 340, 335,
and 331 mm.
$200-400
1447
German Violin, labeled ...ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 360
mm.
$100-150
1448
German Viola, Karl Knilling, labeled
...KARL KNILLING IN MITTENWALD...,
length of back 44 cm (17 3/16 in.).
$500-700
1449
German Viola, Anton Schroetter,
1973, labeled ...ANTON SCHROETTER
MITTENWALD BAYERN..., length of
back 42 cm (16 1/2 in.).
$500-700
1450
Viola, c. 1970, labeled ...MADE IN
HUNGARY..., length of back 40.5 cm
(16 in.).
$300-500
1451
Full Size Student Violin, labeled
...STRADIVARIUS..., length of back
354 mm, with case and two bows.
$100-150
1452
Menuhin, Yehudi, The Violin, 1996.
$40-60
1453
German 3/4 Size Violin, labeled
...JOHN JUZEK..., length of back 333
mm, with bow and case.
$50-100
1454
Four Full Size Violins, two
labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS..., one Saxon and
unlabeled, one labeled ...TON-KLAR
MADE IN GERMANY FOR WILLIAM
LEWIS AND SON, length of back 358,
353, 360, and 360 mm, all in cases,
one with bow.
$100-200
1455
Nickel Silver-mounted Violin
Bow, the octagonal stick stamped
G.A.PFRETZSCHNER, weight 54.5
grams.
$100-200
1456
Violin Bow, the round stick stamped
A.H. KARR, weight 62.5 grams.
$100-200
1456A
Three Violin Bows, the round sticks
stamped CONSERVATORY, BAUSCH,
and BAUSCH, weight 49.2, 58.5, and
53.5 grams.
$150-200
1457
Nickel-mounted Violin Bow, the
round stick unstamped, weight 56
grams, (tinsel wrap).
$200-300
1458
Four Cellos, one labeled ...COPY OF
STRADIVARIUS..., one marked KAY,
one unlabeled, and one 3/4 size child’s
cello, labeled ...ENGLEHARDT...,
length of back 695 mm (27 3/4 in.),
760 mm (29 7/8 in.), 693 mm (27 1/4
in.), and 693 mm (27 1/4 in.), three
have soft cases.
$150-250
1459
Four Child’s Cellos, three
labeled ...KAY..., one labeled
...ENGLEHARDT..., length of back
690 mm (27 3/16 in.) and 630 mm (24
13/16 in.), with soft cases.
$150-250
1460
Nickel Silver-mounted Violoncello
Bow, the round stick stamped ERNST
KREUSLER, weight 73.5 grams.
$150-200
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1/4 Size Cello, c. 1968, labeled
...FRITZ OTTO KAISER..., length of
back 580 mm (22 3/4 in.).
$150-200
1462
Child’s German Cello, labeled
...ANTONIO STRADIVARIUS..., length
of back 646 mm (25 1/2 in.).
$100-300
1463
Two Violins, one labeled ...KARL
HOFFNER, 1972..., one labeled PAUL
ALDEN, length of back 355 mm, both
with case, the Hoffner with a bow.
$100-150
1463A
Student Violin, labeled
...LAURENTIUS STORIONI..., length
of back 358 mm, with three nickel-
mounted bows and case.
$200-400
1464
Two Violins, one labeled ...MEISEL...,
the other unlabeled, with a lion’s head
scroll, length of back 337 and 320 mm,
both with case and bow.
$100-150
1465
Violin, 1972, labeled ...KARL
HOFNER..., length of back 355 mm,
with case and fiberglass bow.
$50-100
1466
Viola and Three Violins, the viola
labeled ...JOHN JUZEK, MADE IN
GERMANY..., one German violin
labeled ...STRADIVARIUS..., one
labeled ...J.C. CHRISTMAN 398
PEARL ST NEW..., one Chinese and
unlabeled, length of back 38 cm (14
7/8 in.), 360, 362, and 352 mm, all in
cases, three with bows.
$200-300
1467
Two Violins, one unlabeled, one
branded ...STAINER..., both with case,
the Stainer with a bow, length of back
355 mm.
$50-100
1468
5/8 Size Violin with Hebrew
Lettering, labeled ...J.H.Z... NO.
111..., Saxon, length of back 338 mm,
with case.
$50-100
1469
Violin, bearing repair label REPAIRED
BY HARRY SMITH FORT WORTH
TEXAS, length of back 355 mm, with
case.
$500-700
1470
Silver-mounted German Violin Bow,
the round stick unstamped, weight
68.5 grams.
$200-400
1471
Two Violins, one labeled
...STRADIVARIUS..., one labeled
...BRETON BREVETTE..., length of
back 355 mm, both with case and
fiberglass bow.
$50-100
1472
Two Violins, one labeled ...EMERY
DEUTSCH GUARNERIUS MODEL...,
one labeled ...ER PFRETZSCHNER...,
length of back 340 and 334 mm, both
with case, the Pfretzschner with a bow.
$50-100
1473
Two Nickel-mounted Violin Bows,
one round and one octagonal stick,
unstamped, weight 61 and 63 grams.
$80-100
1474
Violin, labeled ...NICOLAUS
AMATUS..., length of back 360 mm,
with case and two bows.
$200-300
1475
Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick stamped SCHUSTER,
weight 60.5 grams.
$300-500
1476
Gold-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped A LAMY A
PARIS, weight 59.1 grams, (broken).
$50-100
1477
Two Violins and a Box of Violin
Parts, one unlabeled, one labeled
...UNIVERSAL FAVORITE..., the box
with four tops and a rib.
$100-200
1477A
Nine Bundles of European Musical
Instrument Auction Catalogs.
$80-100
1478
Saxon Violin, labeled
...GUADAGNINI..., length of back 358
mm.
$200-400
1479
Violin, labeled ...STRADIVARIUS...,
length of back 358 mm.
$200-400
1480
1/2 Size Violin, labeled
...STRADIVARIUS., MADE IN
CZECHOSLOVAKIA... length of back
308 mm.
$100-200
1481
Violin, labeled ...JOSEPH
GUARNERIUS..., length of back 358
mm.
$300-500
1482
Violin, School of D. Nicolas, length of
back 356 mm.
$100-300
1483
Two Nickel-mounted Violin Bows,
one full size, one 1/2 size, two round
sticks, one stamped TUBBS, weight
57 grams; one stamped GERMANY,
weight 51 grams.
$50-100
1484
Six Violin Bows.
$80-100
1485
Four Nickel-mounted Student Bows
of Various Sizes, a 1/2 size octagonal
stick stamped GILL, weight 55 grams;
and three full size sticks; one octagonal
unstamped, weight 61.5 grams, and
two round, one stamped GERMANY,
weight 53.5 grams, the other
unstamped, weight 52.5 grams.
$200-400
1486
Eleven Nickel Silver-mounted Violin
Bows, all round sticks.
$200-400
1487
Modern Violin, Ernst Heinrich Roth
Workshop, Erlangen, 1980, bearing
the maker’s label and interior brand,
length of back 364 mm.
$600-800
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Three Violins, a child’s German violin,
labeled ...KLOTZ..., a Chinese violin,
and an unlabeled full size violin, length
of back 338, 340, and 355 mm.
$200-300
1489
French Violin, c. 1930, labeled
...CARLO BERGONZI..., length of back
360 mm.
$300-500
1489A
Mittenwald Violin, c. 1880, unlabeled,
length of back 362 mm.
$300-500
1490
Modern German Violin, Oskar
Meinel, Markneukirchen, 1951,
bearing the maker’s label, length of
back 357 mm, with fiberglass bow and
case.
$700-900
1491
American Violin, 1933, labeled
...ROBERT HOLT, BELFAST, ME...,
length of back 355 mm, with case.
$300-500
1492
1/2 Size Violin, labeled ...ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS...MADE IN JAPAN,
length of back 317 mm, with case and
bow.
$200-400
1493
Three Violins, one labeled ...A.
SCHROETTER..., one labeled
...JOSEPH GUARNERIUS..., one
labeled ...GERMANY..., length of back
356, 358, and 356 mm.
$200-400
1494
Modern French Violin, unlabeled,
length of back 333 mm.
$100-200
1495
Violin, 1890, labeled ...SPECIAL COPY
OF STRADIVARIUS..., length of back
334 mm.
$100-200
1496
Violin, labeled ...LEON BERNADEL,
PARIS..., length of back 356 mm.
$100-200
1497
Violin, bearing an illegible label, length
of back 360 mm.
$50-100
1498
Two Violins, one branded ...AMATI...
on back, the other labeled ...ER
PFRETZSCHNER..., length of back
353 and 332 mm.
$100-200
1499
Four Violins, two labeled ...COPY
OF STRADIVARIUS..., one labeled
LADISLAV PROKOP 1928..., one
unlabeled, length of back 363, 355,
358, and 355 mm.
$200-300
1500
Two 1/2 Size Violins, one
unlabeled, one labeled ...ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 316
and 311 mm.
$100-150
1501
French Violin, labeled... JEROME
THIBOUVILLE LAMY..., length of back
355 mm.
$100-200
1502
Two Violins, one labeled ...COPIE DE
STRADIVARIUS..., the other labeled
...GUARNERIUS..., length of back 355
mm.
$100-200
1503
Cello, labeled ...GERMANY..., length
of back 750 mm (29 1/2 in.), with soft
case.
$200-400
1504
Four Violins, one labeled ...MADE
IN GERMANY..., and branded HOPF
under the back button; one labeled
...STRADIVARIUS...; one labeled
...THREE STAR BRAND...; and one
labeled ...HAN SUNG...; length of back
359, 360, 337, and 354 mm.
$100-300
1505
Three Full Size Violins, all labeled
...STRADIVARIUS..., length of back
356, 357, and 359 mm.
$200-400
1506
Three Child’s Violins, one labeled
...MEDIO FINO..., one labeled
...STRADIVARIUS..., and a modern
French violin, length of back 330, 316,
and 335 mm.
$100-300
1507
Thirteen Violin Bows, various mounts.
$200-400
1508
Two Student Violins, one Mirecourt
origin, labeled ...ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 358
mm; and one 7/8 size labeled ...JOHN
JUZEK, MADE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA,
length of back 339 mm, with bow and
case.
$200-300
1509
German Violoncello, labeled ...COPY
OF ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS, MADE
IN GERMANY..., length of two-piece
back 76.5 cm.
$300-500
1510
American Violin, David Caron,
1976, No. 29, bearing the maker’s
manuscript label, length of back 354
mm, with case.
$3,500-5,500
1511
Two 19th Century Flutes, both
dark wood with silver bands and no
markings, in original cases.
$200-400
1512
Thirteen Nickel-mounted Violin
Bows and Two Nickel-mounted
Cello Bows, one 3/4 size violin bow,
twelve full size; one child’s cello bow,
one full size (in two boxes).
$150-250
1513
Modern Viola, c. 1990, labeled
...OTTO ERNST FISCHER..., length of
back 46 cm (16 in.), with case.
$400-600
1514
Modern German Student Violin,
labeled ...NICOLUS AMATUS FECIT IN
CREMONA 1648..., length of back 357
mm, with case and nickel-mounted
bow.
$300-400
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Child’s 3/4 Size Violin, labeled
...CONCETTO PUGLISI..., length of
back 338 mm.
$500-700
1516
Nickel Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick unstamped, weight 59
grams.
$100-200
1517
Three Violins, one labeled
...GEBRUDER KIRCHNER..., length
of back 359 mm; one stamped and
branded ...HOPF..., length of back 356
mm; and one labeled ...NATIONAL
INSTITUTE..., length of back 358 mm.
$600-800
1518
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
the round stick stamped L.BAUSCH,
weight 61 grams.
$300-500
1519
Modern German Violoncello,
unlabeled, length of back 753 mm (29
1/2 in.), with fiberglass bow and black
Mooradian case cover.
$600-800
1520
Modern German Violin, Ernst
Heinrich Roth, Bubenreuth-Erlangen,
c. 1971, labeled ...ERNST HEINRICH
ROTH..., bearing the maker’s brand
on the inside, bearing the inside stamp
B1 2164, length of back 360 mm, with
bow and case.
$300-500
1521
Modern Violin, THE LEWIS, labeled
...WILLIAM LEWIS & SON, MADE IN
GERMANY..., length of back 356 mm,
with fiberglass bow and case.
$100-200
1522
Seven Assorted Student Bows, a 3/4
size cello bow, a 1/2 size violin bow, a
viola bow, and two violin bows, (one
bow broken).
$200-400
1523
German 1/16 Size Violin,
labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS, MADE IN
GERMANY..., length of back 235 mm.
$200-400
1524
Folk Violin, unlabeled, length of back
353 mm, with bow and decorated
wooden case.
$100-200
1525
Modern American Violin, Thomas
Miller, Cleveland, Ohio, c. 1920s,
bearing the maker’s label, length of
back 355 mm.
$300-500
1526
Modern Violin, Friedrich
August Heberlein, c. 1923,
labeled ...FRIEDRICH AUGUST
HEBERLEIN, No. 328..., stamped
CZECHOSLOVAKIA at the lower bout,
length of back 358 mm, with case.
$300-500
1527
Student Violin, Vuillaume Copy,
labeled ...VUILLAUME, A PARIS...,
branded VUILLAUME A PARIS on the
back under the button, length of back
355 mm.
$300-500
1528
German Violin, labeled ...JOANNES
BAPTISTA MARTINELLI
REPRODUCTION OF GENARO
GAGLIANO, 1874..., length of back
354 mm, with case.
$800-1,000
1529
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped FRANCOIS
TOURTE GERMANY, weight 51.5
grams.
$200-400
1530
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the round
stick stamped NURNBERGER, weight
53 grams.
$300-400
1531
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick unstamped, weight
46.8 grams.
$100-200
1533
Antique Violin Maker’s Molds and
Forms.
$50-70
1534
German Violin, Saxony,
labeled ...COPY OF ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS FECIT E. REINHOLD
SCHMIDT, SAXONY..., length of back
357 mm.
$200-300
1535
German Violin, G.A. Pfretzschner,
Markneukirchen, labeled
...G.A. PFRETZSCHNER,
MARKNEUKIRCHEN..., length of back
357 mm, with case.
$200-300
1536
German Violin, labeled
...LAURENTIUS STORIONI..., length of
back 358 mm, with case.
$200-300
1537
Student Violin, labeled ...COPIE DE
FRANCISCUS GOBETTI..., length of
back 355 mm, with case.
$200-300
1538
German Violin, labeled ...COPY OF
ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS, MADE IN
GERMANY..., length of back 355 mm,
with case.
$200-300
1539
German Violin, labeled ...COPY OF
ANTONIUS STRADIVARIUS, MADE IN
GERMANY..., with BRETTON stamped
below the back button, length of back
360 mm.
$200-300
1540
German Violin, labeled ...FRIED. AUG.
GLASS, MADE IN GERMANY..., length
of back 356 mm, with case.
$300-400
1541
Japanese Electric Guitar, Fandel, c.
1967, length of back 36 cm, width of
lower bout 38 cm, with soft case.
$200-300
1542
German Violin, labeled ...CARL
NEUNER VERFTIGT NACH ANTONIUS
STRADIVARIUS..., length of back 360
mm, with nickel-mounted bow.
$300-500
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Child’s German 1/2 Size Violin,
labeled ...JOH. BAPT. SCHWEITZER...,
length of back 335 mm, with bow and
wooden case.
$200-300
1544
Silver-mounted Violin Bow, the
octagonal stick stamped MADE IN
GERMANY, weight 61 grams.
$150-250
1545
Violin, unlabeled, length of back 358
mm, with nickel-mounted bow and
wooden case.
$300-500
1546
English Nickel Silver-mounted Violin
Bow, the round stick unstamped, on a
Tubbs model, weight 62.5 grams.
$400-600
1547
German Silver-mounted Violin Bow,
Tubbs Model, the octagonal stick
unstamped, weight 53.5 grams.
$300-400
1548
Modern Student Violin, labeled
...JOSEPH GUERNERIUS, MADE IN
CZECHOSLAVAKIA..., length of back
358 mm, with one unstamped nickel-
mounted bow, one fiberglass bow, and
case.
$400-600
1549
Modern American Violin, Joseph D.
Beliveau, Providence, Rhode Island,
1932, bearing the maker’s label, length
of back 364 mm.
$400-600
1550
German Violin, G.A. Pfretzschner,
Markneukirchen, c. 20th century,
labeled ...MADE IN GERMANY...,
length of back 360 mm, with nickel-
mounted bow stamped CRESCENDO,
with case.
$400-600
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1. Some of the lots in this sale are offered subject to a reserve. The reserve is a confidential 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
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raise not commensurate with the value of such lot.
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and in no event shall they be responsible for the correctness, nor deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of description, genuineness, authorship,
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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
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508.229.2525


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


Fish Restaurant & Wine Bar
29 S. Bolton St.
Marlborough, MA
508.460.3474
Jake’s Restuarant & Coffee Shop
30 Main Street
Marlborough, MA
508.480.0414
Linguini’s Italian Eatery
350 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.481.9747


Longhorn Steakhouse
191 Boston Post Rd.
Marlborough, MA
508.481.4100
Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub
32 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.480.8899


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

Subway
237 Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.481.3464
Tandoori Grill
197 H Boston Post Rd. West
Marlborough, MA
508.357.6551
Wildwood Steakhouse
189 Boston Post Rd. East
Marlborough, MA
508.481.2021
Guiseppe’s Grille
35 Solomon Pond Rd.
Northborough, MA
508.393.4405
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
Marlborough Area Restaurants
Name Business Name
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American Furniture & Decorative Arts $120 $143
European Furniture & Decorative Arts $120 $143
American & European Paintings & Prints (two books) $135 $158
American & European Fine Prints & Photogrpahy $60 $73
American & European Fine Paintings & Sculpture $110 $133
Fine Jewelry $120 $143
20th Century Design $60 $73
Asian Works of Art $60 $73
Fine Oriental Rugs & Carpets $18 $25
American Indian & Ethnographic Art $60 $73
Fine Books & Manuscripts $30 $36
Fine Ceramics $60 $73
Fine Musical Instruments $60 $73
Science, Technology & Clocks $60 $73
Fine Wines $60 $73
All Above Departments $750 $915

Subtotal
MA residents 6.25% sales tax
Total
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