Stained Glass, Silver & Antiquarian Books Auction.

Auction #239: January 22nd & 23rd, 2005.

1001 PETER BREUGHAL THE ELDER BOOK. By Gustav Gluck, translated from German by Eveline Byam Shaw. Paris; The Hyperion Press, 1936, hard cover. Jacket. Folio- over 12" tall, many tipped in color plates. Condition: the binding is falling apart, but the plates are intact. 50 - 75
1002 BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS STORY BOOK. By Betty O'Connor. Iowa; Meredith Publishing Co. 1950 Hard cover. No jacket, printed board. Condition: very good shape, no scribbles, tears, very clean. 125 - 150
1003 A HISTORY OF THE STATE OF OHIO, NATURAL AND CIVIL. FIRST EDITION. By Caleb Atwater. 1838. Cincinnati. 403pp, foxing throughout, all intact. This was one of the first histories of Ohio to be published. Also included is Margaret Van Horn Dwight's "A Journey to Ohio in 1810," New Haven, CT Yale U. Press, 1912, 4th printing. 64pp. Slim, hc, foxing. 200 - 250
1004 FIVE ART BOOKS. Includes "Van Gogh The Taste of Our Time," 1972 ed., hard back, good condition. "European Paintings in German Art Galleries, Masters of the 20th Century," no date, printed in Germany, soft cover, intact. "French Master Drawings of the 19th Century," 57 illustrations, published 1950, hard cover, good. "Watercolor Methods," by Norman Kent, 1955, hard cover, jacket worn, the book is in good shape. "Portraits by Degas," by Jean Sutherland Boggs, 1962, hard cover, good condition. 50 - 75
1005 A HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE IN ALL COUNTRIES FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE PRESENT DAY. By James Fergusson. S.E. Cassino, Boston, 1883. Second Edition 609 and 624 pages. 2 volumes, 1015 woodcuts. The first serious history of world architecture. Both the text and the illustrations represent a remarkable achievment in which Fergusson presented the results of the most up to date research in a wide variety of periods and countries. Condition: shows its age, but otherwise good. 125 - 150
1006 TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST. "A Personal Narrative," by Richard Henry Dana Jr. Boston & New York; Houghton Mifflin & Co., 1887 hard cover. New edition with subsequent material by the author. 470 pp. No jacket. Condition: brown cover with a 3/4" scrape on it; pages yellowing; spine is intact. 75 - 125
1007 FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON. By Jules Verne. Illustrated. 326 pp. Scribners, 1886. Red cloth with gold and black on the spine, black on red on the cover. Condition: some separation of the spine; otherwise okay. 40 - 60
1008 RURAL HOMES, BY GERVASE WHEELER. "Or Sketches of Houses Suited to American Country Life with original plans and designs." 1867, New York; George Woodward. Publisher's green cloth. 298 pp., 10 plates. Wheeler was an English architect who migrated to America. This book is an early promoter of the Stick Style. His final chapter "Rural Architecture as a Fine Art" describes an American town as it could be. Condition: fair, intact. 75 - 100
1009 THE LITTLE I SAW OF CUBA. By Burr McIntosh. New York, 1899. 1st edition, 173 pp., numerous photographs. Green decorated cloth. Scarce photographic record of the Cuban Campaign. The author was a photo-journalist who traveled with US forces. This work contains his memoirs of his experiences as well as several hundred photos taken in the field. Of most interest are those of the famed Rough Riders with whom the author spent much time. Condition: separated spine; fair. 125 - 150
1010 GERMAN CHILDRENS BOOK. Bunte Blumen aus dem Kindergarten. Alte Liebe Reime. Duisberg, Steinkamp, c. 1910 (?). English pencil notation throughout the book. Condition: pages are soiled and have been taped many years ago. 75 - 125
1011 RING AND ROOSTER PENDANT. The lot consists of a 10k gold child's ring and a gold painted rooster pendant. Ring is marked: 10KT; BAB. Ring size: 1.5. Rooster is unmarked. Condition: no visible defects for ring; rooster has paint wearing off in some spots. 25 - 50
1012 HORSE HEAD WATCH FOB. The horse head is shell with a metal bridle and blinders. Measures: 1" x 1". Condition: minor discolorations on shell. 10 - 20
1013 SCORPION PENDANT. The silver pendant is in the shape of a scorpion. Marked: 925(?). Measures: 1 1/4" l. Condition: no visible defects. 25 - 50
1014 GREEN QUARTZ RING. The ring has three green quartz oval cut stones set in silver. Unmarked. Ring size: 8-8.5. Condition: good overall; but one of the stone's settings is slightly distorted. 25 - 50
1015 SMOKY QUARTZ PENDANT. The pendant has a large oval cut smoky quartz in a silver filigree setting. Unmarked. Measures: 1" l. Condition: no visible defects. 25 - 75
1016 LOCKET WITH CHAIN. c.1940. The gold locket is oval shaped and suspended from a 20" chain. Locket unmarked. Chain marked: 14k(?). Condition: locket is dented in back; won't open; has scratches. 25 - 50
1017 THREE RINGS. One is an oval cut blue moonstone type stone surrounded by white stones set in sterling. Ring marked: Sterling; Banetta(?). Ring size: 5.5. One is a faceted blue stone surrounded by white stones set in silver. Ring marked: with a symbol. Ring size: 7. One is a green stone surrounded by white stones set in silver. Ring marked: with numbers and a symbol. Ring size: 7.5. Condition: no visible defects on all. 25 - 75
1018 TWO RINGS. One is a carved agate stone set in silver. Unmarked. Ring size: 7.5. Condition: possible solder marks on one side. One is a rectangular carnelian stone set in sterling with a marcasite mount. Ring marked: Sterling. Ring size: 7. Condition: chip in stone on one end. 20 - 40
1019 JADEITE & ROSE QUARTZ BRACELET. The drop bead bracelet has jadeite beads interspersed with rose quartz strung on metal. Bracelet length: 9". Condition: metal is discolored. 20 - 40
1020 JADE LINK BRACELET. The bracelet has four curved jade links set in 14k gold. Bracelet marked: 14K. Condition: gold and stones have discolorations; minor flaws. 50 - 100
1021 WHEELOCK STERLING FOOTED DISH Georg Jensen style round footed dish with three ball feet and three applied leaves on rim. Marked: Handmade Sterling Wheelock Newport, R.I. 108. Size: 3 1/8"Diam. 1"H. Weight: 70 grams. Condition: very slight dent in rim. 40 - 80
1022 6 STERLING SHELL DISHES Six sterling shell dishes with repousse body and stepped handle. Marked: Trademark (crown) F.B.Rogers Silver Co. Sterling 144. Size: 3 1/4"L, 3"W, 3/4"H. Weight: 161.5 grams. total. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1023 STERLING CREAMER AND SUGAR. Sterling creamer and sugar bowl on round footed base, three ringed body decoration, decorated handle. Marked: (hallmark) K.H.Lion. Sterling 581 Weighted. Size: creamer: 3 1/2"H. 5 1/4"L. 3 1/4"D. Sugar: 3 1/2"H. 5 1/2"L, 3 1/4"D. Condition: minor wear, dents on bases. 40 - 80
1024 WALLACE SILVERPLATE ICE BUCKET. Wallace silverplate ice bucket with glass liner, lion ring handles, gadrooned top edge, can be used as a flower vase. Marked: (incised) Wallace 2442, (paper label) Wallace Silverplate. Size: 10"H. 5 3/4"Diam. top, 5"Diam. base. Condition: minor wear. 50 - 100
1025 11 ASPREY FLATWARE ITEMS. Five forks and six knives with porcelain handles, cobalt gilt and pink floral decoration in red leather Asprey London presentation case. Marked: (on metal) Sheffield England Stainless Steel. Size: forks: 6 1/2"L, knives: 7 1/4"L. Case: 10 3/4"L, 8"W, 1 1/8"H. Condition: one form missing from set, one fork with cracked porcelain handle. 100 - 200
1026 CAKE SERVER W. PORCELAIN HANDLE. Metal multi-tin cake cutter/ server with hand painted porcelain handle, raised enamel floral decoration, gilt and iron red on white porcelain field. No mark. Size: 11 1/2"L, 3 3/4"H. Condition: crack in porcelain handle. 25 - 50
1027 4 RAIMOND SILVERPLATE & COBALT SALTS Four silverplate salts with cobalt glass inserts and four silverplate salt spoons in box, fluted body with pierced, urn and floral decorated rim. Marked: (salts) Raimond silverplate. (spoons) Silverplate. Size: Salts: 2 1/4"Diam. top, 1 3/4"H. Spoons: 2 1/2"L. Condition: good in box, box with small tear on front. 40 - 80
1028 4 ROGERS COBALT & SILVER SALTS SHAKERS Four F.B. Rogers silverplate and cobalt salt shakers in box, pierced silver plate case for cobalt body with silverplate caps. Marked: F.B. Rogers Silverplate Japan. (on bottom) Size: 2 3/4"H. 1"Diam. base. Condition: no detractions, in box. 40 - 80
1029 3 SILVER CIGARETTE URNS Three silver cigarette urns includes: (1) Ronson Jubilee sterling urn, classical shape with beaded band decoration. Marked: Sterling Ronson Jubilee Weighted. Size: 2 7/8"H, 2 1/4"Diam. top. Condition: minor dings. (1) Silverplate urn with lion ring side handles, gadrooned top rim. Marked: Viners of Sheffield England silverplated. Size: 3"H. 2 1/2"Diam. top. Condition: minor wear. (1) Silver colored metal urn with raised floral band body decoration and raised floral band base decoration. No mark. Size: 2 1/2"H, 2 3/8"Diam. top. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1030 SILVERPLATE DOMED CHEESE SERVER. Three piece English silverplate cheese server, round base with wide flat rim, raised insert, domed fitted cover with round knob finial. Marked: E P (shamrock with three stars) N S Warrented Strong Plate F2076. Size: 8"Diam. 6 1/2"H. Condition: dome slightly out of perfect circle, does ont fit properly into base. 30 - 60
1031 PR FRENCH LIMOGES PLATES. Pair of French porcelain plates with cobalt and gilt decoration, wide cobalt border with rocaille laattice gilt decoration, raised gilt beaded border. Marked: Limoges T & V France (Tressemanes & Vogt). Size: 6 1/4"Diam. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1032 LENOX GILT LEAF BOWL. Lenox round porcelain bowl with raised leaf decoration with gilt edge. Marked: (gold) L in wreath Lenox Made in USA. Size: 6 1/4"Dima. 1 1/2"H. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1033 KAIKOMON STYLE PLATE. White porcelain plate with raised basket weave panels, and hand painted Asian decoration. Marked: Script: Decore a La maur a Chantilly. Size: 8 3/4"Diam. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1034 NIPPON HAND PAINTED BOWL. Eight lobbed bowl with hand painted roses and rose buds on white ground with gilt cartouches, robin's egg blue panels, raised gilt scalloped edging, three rose decorations on exterior of bowl. Marked: Nippon Hand Painted (blue leaf mark). Size: 10 1/4"Diam. top, 3"H. Condition: no detractions. 50 - 100
1035 BRASS CHARGER. Large repousse decorated brass charger, center Dutch tavern scene, border with griffin and heart frieze, rolled and decorated edge, attached hook on back for hanging. No mark. Size: 24 1/2"Diam. Condition: several dents, one hole in charger. 75 - 150
1036 19TH C LIMOGES PLATE. c.1890-1896. White porcelain plate by Martial Redon & Co. France. Three gilt bands on border, inner and outer with raised gilt circle decoration, center band with green ivy leaves on gold field, gilt rim. Marked: M. Redon Limoges. Size: 9 3/4"Diam. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1037 6 HAVILAND PLATES. Six "Chinon" pattern Haviland dessert plates, white center, cream band border with decaled floral and bird decoration, gilt rim. Marked: Theodore Haviland France, Theodore Haviland Limoges France Chinon. Size: 7 1/2"Diam. Condition: slight wear to center decals. 30 - 60
1038 4 CERAMIC ROMANESQUE STYLE VESSELS. Four glazed ceramic vessels, reproducing Romanesque baptismal fonts with scenic panels on sides, four raised heads on base, exterior grey mottled glaze, interior oxblood glaze shading to dark grey. Marked: incised 3 fish in shield mark. Size: 4 1/2"H, 4 1/2"Diam. top. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1039 HUMMEL BOY WITH PIG IN BASKET. Hummel figurine of small boy holding umbrella and carrying pig in a basket on his back. Marked: small bee, large V mark (c) by W. Goebel W. Germany. (incised) 798 2/0 1948. Size: 4 1/2"H. Condition: minor crazing on body. 40 - 80
1040 DRESDEN LACE FIGURINE Dresden lace figurine of a woman with purse, hand painted floral decoration on dress, lace trim. Marked: Crown (script letters) 1762. Size: 6"H. Condition: minor loss to lace trim. 40 - 80
1041 SEXY BARE BREASTED WOMAN. Dated 60 (1960). Oil on canvas. Signed M.B. Cruz. She is shown combing her hair. Size: 25" h., 21" w. Condition: unframed; torn free from its stretchers on the bottom edge and some craquellure. 100 - 200
1042 BESSIE PEASE GUTMANN "CUPID, THAT'S ME." 20th c. Lithograph. Size: 13" h., 7" w. Condition: yellowed with some losses at the edges. 50 - 75
1043 UPJOHN AGHAJI THREE POT PAINTING. 20th c. (Contemporary). Oil on canvas. Signed. Buchi Upjohn Aghaji is a Nigerian artist (Igbo tribe) now active in the USA, whose work has been exhibited frequently in Philadelphia, LA, and Atlanta (where the artist lives). The African experience and African visual information is the stuff of his imagery. This shows three clay pots of which their incised decoration is mimicked by the heavily applied impasto. Size: 11" h., 14" w., framed 15" h., 18" w. Condition: no visible defects. 200 - 300
1044 ALVAR DOUBLE FEMALE PORTRAIT. 20th c. Color lithograph. Signed in pencil lower right. Numbered 81/225. Alvar Sunol Munoz-Ramos (Spanish, 1935-) is a listed artist who became one of the members of the 1950s-60s "School of Paris." His figurative work has been exhibited worldwide. This lot shows two women with headscarves motioning toward a small still-life. Size: 34" h., 24 1/4" w., framed 41" h., 31" w. Condition: damage to the print--puncture and pulled paper 3/4" long in the lower right and a similar scuff in the upper left both caused by broken glass; frame as is; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 200 - 300
1045 MAURICIO ORTUZAR YELLOW TREES WATERCOLOR. 20th c. On paper. Signed. Comes with a custom made aluminum frame. Ortuzar is a listed artist. Provenance: originally it was a gift of Mr. Hunt of Alcoa Aluminum, Pittsburgh, PA to his secretary. Size: 12 1/2" h., 16" w., framed 23" h., 26 1/4" w. Condition: no major detractions. 200 - 300
1046 TELEPHONE BOX WATERCOLOR. 20th c. No signature, no date. Set in a custom made aluminum frame made by Alcoa, for Alcoa executive Charles Braglio. Ex Coll.: Marilyn Bonatti. Size framed: 14 1/4" h., 17 3/4" w. Condition: the frame's finish is satin; there are minor scratches from normal wear. 150 - 225
1047 ALCOA CUSTOM PICTURE FRAME. 20th c. Made for the office of Charles Braglio, Alcoa Executive. The framed photograph shows, apparently, Mr. Braglio walking near telephone booths. Office workers signed the photo. Size: 16" h., 21" w. Condition: no visible defects to the frame; photo as is. 100 - 150
1048 G. CARMINATO CABINS OIL. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower right. A tag on the back reads "Certificate of Authenticity, Collier's Art Corporation." The consignor relates that her family acquired it in the 1940's. Size: 20" h., 24" w., framed 26" h., 29" w. Condition: no visible detractions. 300 - 450
1049 COPY AFTER REMBRANDT'S FLORA. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower right "S. Bertolucci." This is a modern copy after Rembrandt's portrait of his wife posing as Flora, Roman deity of flowers. Size: 36" h., 24" w., framed 45" h., 33" w. Condition: no detractions; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 500 - 800
1050 EQUESTRIAN PAINTING. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed T. Fillans. This is a modern painting after the subject matter and technique of English 19th c. painting. The image is of a redcoated Englishman on a horse. Size: 24" h., 20" w., framed 34" h., 29 1/2" w. Condition: no defects; it is made to resemble a painted surface that is slightly dirty but it is not. 400 - 500
1051 ASPREY BATTERSEA ENAMEL BOX. Oval enamel pill ox with green and purple striped decoration, top with "Thank you", interior lid marked Asprey, metal hinged lid. Marked: Staffordshire Enamels made in England in the Old Bilston Battersea Tradition. Size: 2 1/4"L, 1 5/8"W, 1 1/8"H. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1052 DRESDEN PORCELAIN TRAY. c.1886-1916. Richard Klemm hand painted porcelain tray, rocaille raised and gilt decorated edge, hand painted floral sprays and pale green borders. Marked: Crown RK Dresden Germany 98/10. Size: 8 1/2"L, 4 3/4"W, 3/4"H. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1053 2 PC BAVARIAN COBALT PORCELAIN. (1) Porcelain bowl with wide cobalt border, gilt edge, decaled center floral decoration. Marked: Lindner Kueps Bavaria 1150/20 Echt Cobalt A 19 FH. Size: 8"Diam, 1 1/2"H. Condition: good. (1) Porcelain round lidded container with matching decoration. Marked: Lindner Kueps Bavaria Made in Germany Echt Cobalt. Size: 4 1/4"Diam. 3"H. Condition: crack and repair to lid. 50 - 100
1054 ROYAL WORCESTER CUP & SAUCER. Large Royal Worcester porcelain cup and saucer with decaled fish and fishing equipment decoration on white body. Marked: Royal Worcester Fine Bone China England. Size: cup: 4 1/4"Diam. top, saucer 6 1/2"Diam. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1055 8 BLUE AND WHITE PLATES. Eight blue and white decorated porcelain plates, raised body decoration, scalloped edge, hand painted blue floral decoration. Marked: (blue 7) on bottom of most plates. Size: 5"Diam. Condition: (1) with spider crack in center of plate, (2) with hairline crack in rim, (5) in good condition. 30 - 60
1056 BLUE WILLOW SERVING DISH. Small open serving dish, squared oval shape, transfer printed blue willow design inside and out. Marked: Barker Bros. Ltd. Longton Made in England. Size: 8"L, 6 1/2"W, 2 1/2"D. Condition: hairline crack and crazing on base. 40 - 80
1057 7 BIRKS SILVER SERVING PIECES. Seven pieces of Birks Canadian silver. Includes six Birks Regency plate with bright cut floral decorated handles. (1) cake cutter 10 1/4"L. (1) pie server 9 3/4"L. (1) knife sharpener 13"L. (1) fish serving knife 9 3/4"L. (1) carving knife 14"L. (1) meat fork 10 3/4"L. All marked: Birks Regency Plate. One serving spoon with similar bright cut decoration. (1) Serving spoon 9"L. Marked on handle: Birks Sterling, marked on spoon: EPNS Made in England. Condition: all in good condition. 40 - 80
1058 2 STERLING TRUMPET VASES. Two small sterling trumpet vases. (1) Tall narrow form with fluted top rim. Marked: B & M. Sterling 287 Weighted. Size: 6"H, 1 3/4"Diam. base, 1 5/8"Diam. top. Condition: good. (1) Small English trumpet vase, base and rim decorated with gadrooned border separated by shells in repousse. Marked: hallmarks on base (anchor Lion S). Size: 4 1/2"H, 2 1/2"Diam. top, 2"Diam. base. Condition: repair to connection of trumpet to base. 40 - 80
1059 GERMAN HUNTING SCENE CHARGER. Round charger with polychromed and raised scene of two hunters, two dogs and boat in landscape. Marked: (green underglaze) Made in Germany, (incised) 3758. Size: 13"Diam. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1060 SPANISH LATTICE BOWL. Square shaped lattice bowl with C scroll edges, gilt floral decoration in center and on border cartouches and gilt edging. Marked: (incised) Made in Spain. Size: 2 3/4"H, 9"L, 9"W. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1061 A GIPSY OF THE HORN. "The Narrative of a Voyage Round the World in a Windjammer Twenty Years Ago". 2nd Edition. Published by Heath Cranton, London, 1925. 259 pages. Several sepia illustrations. Two fold out maps, blue cloth. Hard cover. Condition: cover very good; boards a tad flecked; light foxing, mainly to page edges. 40 - 60
1062 THREE WOLFVILLE BOOKS. By Alfred Henry Lewis. All published by Grosset & Dunlap, N.Y. "Wolfville" (12th Edition). Illustrated by Frederic Remington, 1897. "Wolfville Nights", 1902. "Wolfville Days", 1902 with frontspiece by Frederic Remington. All are hard back. Condition: slightly soiled, but good considering age. 200 - 400
1063 FROM SAIL TO STEAM, ANTONIO JACOBSEN. No. 205 of a limited edition of 1000 copies. The story of Antonio Jacobsen, Marine Artist. An artist's chronicle of the ships that sailed the seas from 1870 to 1920. By anita Jacobsen. Published by Manor Publishing Co.; Staten Island, N.Y., 1972. Hard cover. Condition: dust jacket good. 100 - 150
1064 MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY. By Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall. Published by Little, Brown & Co.; Boston, 1932. 396 pages. Decorated blue cloth. Bright blue cover. Condition: overall good; spine faded. 100 - 200
1065 The Plays Of Shakespeare. The Merchant of Venice, Pericles, Venus and Adonis, and King Henry IV. Total of four books. All published in 1905 by E.P. Dutton & Company, N.Y. All measure: 6" l. x 4" w. Condition: fair; all have soft covers; all intact. 50 - 75
1066 THE HOOSIER SCHOOL MASTER. By Edward Eggleston. 1rst Edition. Published by Orange Judd; New York, 1871. 226 pages. The melodramtic adventures of a young schoolmaster in the formative days of Indiana. Twenty-nine illustrations by Frank Beard. Solid hard bound cover. Measures: 7.5" l. x 5" w. Condition: wear to binding. 150 - 200
1067 JOHN QUINN COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS. "The John Quinn Collection of Paintings, Water Colors, Drawings, & Sculpture". 1rst Edition. Published by Pidgeon Hill Press, Huntington, N.Y. 1926. 200 pages. Illustrations in B & W. Forward by Forbes Watson. This catalogue was for a memorial exhibition of this remarkable collection of art. Condition: edge wear; spine gone but still intact. 75 - 125
1068 MOTHER GOOSE. By Eulalie Osgood Grover. (arranger & editor). Published by M.A. Donohue & Co., Chicago, 1915. Unpaged. Full color illustrations by Frederick Richardson. Volland Popular edition. Green cloth, with paste on Mother Goose with three children. Measures: 12" l. x 9" w. Condition: minor rubs to corners and top and bottom of spine; contents as clean, tight and unmarked. 100 - 150
1069 TWO VALENTINE'S MANUALS. One is the Valentine's Manual of Old New York, Vol. 3, 1919. Edited by Henry Collins Brown. Condition: good. One is the Valentine's Manual of the City of New York 1917-18, New Series No. 2. Condition: cover falling off; but appears to be all here. 100 - 200
1070 FOUR NAUTICAL BOOKS. Lot consists of the following titles: "1700 Miles in Open Boats", by Cecil Foster, 1924; "Sailing Alone Around the World", by Captain Joshua Slocum, 1900; "Westward Bound In The Schooner Yankee", by Captain and Mrs. Irving Johnson, 1936; "The Colonial Clippers", by Basil Lubbock, 1925. Condition: decent; all readable. 50 - 100
1071 QUILTING PARTY POSTER. Offset lithograph after an oil on paper by Anonymous American, in the Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center, Williamsburg, VA. Size framed : 24" h., 30 1/2" w. Condition: no visible defects. 60 - 80
1072 LESLIE PFAHL CARROT GIRL SERIGRAPH. Dated 82 (1982). Signed in the image. Pfahl is a local artist, as related by the consignor. This is a humorous image of a girl pulling up a bunch of carrots. Size: 18" h., 24" w., framed 23" h., 29" w. Condition: no defects. 120 - 160
1073 SIGNED VAN BEEK DUTCH INTERIOR. Late 19th c./ early 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left "Van Beek." This shows a woman spinning yarn inside a typical blue and white tiled interior. Size: 17 1/2" h., 24" w., framed 25 1/2" h., 32 1/2" w. Condition: one unrepaired tear. 1,200 - 1,600
1074 FRANK PATON NOT AT HOME ETCHING. Dated 1887. Signed in the plate and in pencil alomg the margin. Paton (British, 1858-1909) is a listed artist, a very prolific printmaker, and his subject is varied among animal imagery and figurative imagery. This shows three dogs coming upon a ferret in his hidey-hole. The remarque images around the main image are humorous cartoons that comment in upon the "not at home" theme. A Frost & Reed Picture Sellers tag is affixed to the back of the frame. Size: 8" h., 10" w., framed 15 1/4" h., 16 1/2" w. Condition: some foxing. 75 - 100
1075 SIGNED ISRAEL WINTER O/C. 20th c. Signed in lower right. Very brightly colored and patterned winter scene of trees, a house and a man pulling a sled bound child. Size: 20" h., 24" w., framed 24" h., 28" w. Condition: no visible defects. 350 - 425
1076 J. VAN GENT SOCIETY LADY PAINTING. 20th c. Oil on canvas wrapped on to masonite. Signed lower left in brown paint. Similar in style to Hulda's paintings (20th c. French). Size: 13 1/2" h., 10 1/4" w., framed 20 1/2" h., 17" w. Condition: needs to be cleaned but otherwise no visible defects. 200 - 300
1077 R. THOMPSON FLORAL ARRANGEMENT. 1976. Oil on canvas. Signed. Set in a burgundy velvet mat and modern wood frame. Size: 12" h., 16" w., framed 19 1/4" h., 23 1/4" w. Condition: no visible defects. 150 - 225
1078 CHERUB IN FLIGHT DECORATIVE O/C. 20th c. (within the last thirty years). Oil on canvas. Signed C. Newman in red, lower right. This may once have been part of a larger decoration and may have been cut down and stretched to bars. A cherub is shown with flowers in hand. Size: 20" h., 16" w., framed 27" h., 23" w. Condition: the linen canvas appears to be fairly new, no damage, pinholing, abrasions or mechanical damage to the canvas verso; the image continues to the edges of the canvas; the whole is set into a frame older than the painting; frame as is. 250 - 325
1079 RICCI SIGNED SWAMPY LANDSCAPE. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left. Sketchily painted rendering of a swamp or lake flanked by a two tree trunks. Size: 12" h., 16" w. Condition: unframed; light wear at the edges. 75 - 100
1080 CARENA SIGNED LANDSCAPE. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left in black. This sketchy painting shows a woman walking among rocks and trees. Size: 16" h., 12" w. Condition: unframed; light wear to the edges. 75 - 125
1081 PR PRETZEL 3 LITE CANDELABRA. Pair of clear Depression glass 3 light candelabra, plain round base, three pierced loop pretzel shaped body supports three candleholders. Possibly "Pretzel" pattern by Indiana Glass Co. or "Crocheted Crystal" pattern by Imperial Glass Co. 1943. Size: 7""H, 5"Diam. base. Condition: good, needs a good cleaning. 60 - 120
1082 2 HEISEY OCTAGON CELERY DISHES. Two Heisey pressed glass "Octagon" pattern celery dishes, one 9"L, one 12"L. both in Moongleam green, both with polished bottoms. Marked: on bottom. Condition: 12" good condition, 9" with firing flaw in rim. 40 - 80
1083 4 PC CAMEO DEPRESSION GLASS. Four pieces of green "Cameo" pattern depression glass made by Hocking Glass Co. 1930-1934. Includes: two oval vegetable bowls 10"L, and two oval platters with closed handles 12"L. No mark. condition: one platter has fleabite on rim, one oval vegetable bowl has a chip on the rim. 100 - 200
1084 5 GREEN DEPRESSION GLASS PCS Five green Depression glass pieces includes: (2) creamer and sugar bowl with ringed and blocked decoration. No mark. size: creamer 2 1/2"H, sugar 2 3/4"H. Condition: good. (1) Shaped bowl with pierced handles, gilt rim, acid etched floral decoration. No mark. Size: 7 1/2"W, 6"D, 1 1/2"H. Condition: gilt worn. (1) Round footed cake plate with floral pattern. No mark. Size: 10"Diam. 1 1/2"H. Condition: good. (1) Large round footed cake plate, wheat and urn decoration. No mark. Size: 12"Diam. 1"H. Condition: good. 80 - 160
1085 6 PC GREEN DEPRESSION GLASS. Six pieces of green Depression Glass includes: (3) Three piece mayonaise set with underplate (8"L, 7 1/2"W), bowl (5 3/4"Diam, 2 1/2"H), ladle (5"L). Pierced handles, green vaseline glass color. No mark. condition: good. (1) mayonaise bowl, pierced handle. Size: 3 3/4"H, 5 1/2"Diam. condition: good. (1) Small pedestal. No mark. Size: 3"H, 5 3/8"Diam. Condition: good. (1) Small pitcher, ribbed sides, flower bottom. No mark. Size: 5 1/2"H. Condition: good. 80 - 160
1086 5 PC GREEN DEPRESSION GLASS. Five pieces of green Depression glass includes: (1) Imperial Glass "Beaded Block" 1927-1930 bowl. Size: 7 1/2"Diam. top. Condition: good. (1) Center handled round tray. No mark. Size: 10 1/4"Diam. Condition: good. (1) Lidded round jar with waffle pattern side panels, strawberry diamond and waffle pattern top lid. No mark. Size: 3 1/4"H, 4 1/2"Diam. Condition: good. (1) Sherbert glass. No mark. Size: 3 1/4"H. Condition: good. (1) Salt shaker with metal cap. No mark. Size: 4 1/4"H. Condition: cap bent. 80 - 160
1087 PINK DEPRESSION SERVING TRAY. Pink Depression glass serving tray, pierced flat top shield shaped handle, inner and outer gilt border of Greek key pattern with acid etched rose pattern between, top of handle also gilt. No mark. Size: 10 1/4"Diam. 4"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1088 24 PC CLEAR DEPRESSION GLASS Twenty four pieces of clear Depression glass includes: 13 piece of Miss America (diamond pattern) line 2500, Hocking Glass Co. 1935-1938. (4) cups, 3 3/4"Diam. top. (4) saucers, 5 3/4"Diam. (4) salad plates, 8 1/2"Diam. (1) dinner plate, 10 1/4"Diam. Chip in rim. Also includes: 5 individual salts , 2"L, 1 1/2"W, 1"H, and six shakers with wide bases, 2 1/2"H, with similar pattern. All in good condition except where noted above. 100 - 200
1089 3 DEPRESSION GLASS ITEMS. Three Depression glass items include: (1) Cobalt Shirley Temple pitcher with decaled image and signature on front, honeycomb pattern back. No mark Size: 4 1/2"H. Condition: good. (1) round serving tray, center handle, clear glass with wide gilt raised floral border. No mark. Size: 10 1/4"Diam, 5"H. Condition: wear to gilding. (1) Clear center bowl with flaired rim, border of enameled fruit and flower baskets, gilt and pale blue bands, polished bottom. No mark. Size: 10"Diam. top, 4"H. Condition: wear to gilding, minor flake on bottom rim. 80 - 160
1090 3 DEPRESSION GLASS ITEMS. Three Depression glass items includes: (1) Duncan Miller Tear Drop center bowl with cut decoration. No mar. Size: 4"H. 12"Diam. Condition: good. (1) Large footed compote with acid etched floral decoration. No mark. Size: 11"Diam. top, 4 1/2"H. Condition: good. (1) Black glass dish with pierced gilt decorated handles. Marked: C in triangle. Size: 7"L, 5 1/2"W, 2"H. Conditoin: good. 60 - 120
1091 THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE. By Daniel Defoe. Publ. Willoughby & Co., London. With a memoir of the author, embellished with numerous engravings after the designs of JJ Grandville (no date). Condition: cover is falling off, pages yellowed, appears very old. 175 - 225
1092 THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE. By Daniel Defoe. Bickers & Son, London, 1881. With a memoir of the author and twelve illustrations in permanent photography by T. Stothard, R.A., 378 pp. Red binding, gilt lettering. Previous owners plate is inside the front cover. Condition: some spine separation, all illustrations are good, overall decent. 150 - 225
1093 MERRY ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD. By Howard Pyle. New York; Charles Scribner's Sons, 1883, 296 pp. Black and white frontispiece and 22 full page illustrations. Title page in red and black, original brown cloth with gold and red cover. Condition: good with only slight yellowing to the pages. 600 - 750
1094 THREE JULES VERNE BOOKS. "Five Weeks in a Baloon," illustrated. Philadelphia, Lippincott Co., 1879. Decorated green cloth and black design on front cover. Gilt titles on spine. Condition: a little worn at the spine ends and corners. "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea." Porter and Coates. Blue and black cover with stamped floral design. This reprint is probably from the 1880s or 90s. Condition: moderate edge and spine wear, browning to page ends. Alta edition on the cover, author's edition on the title page. "The Master of the World." Sampson low, Marston & Co. Original pictorial olive green cloth stamped in gold, yellow and black. No date, there is a little wear to the cloth. Previous owner's bookplate, light foxing to pages; 317 pp. Binding is hardcover. 250 - 350
1095 THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER. Mark Twain. James Osgood & Co., Boston. 1882. 1st edition with 192 illustrations throughout the text. Publisher's green pictorial cloth , upper cover and spine decorated in black and gold, rubbing to spine ends and corners, one inch long wear tear on top of front cover. Written on inside cover "For Henry Audubon Butler-October 8th, 1886... for your birthday..." 2,000 - 2,500
1096 BOOTS AND SADDLES OR LIFE IN DAKOTA WITH GENERAL CUSTER. By Elizabeth Custer. New York: Harper & Brothers Publisher, 1885 hard cover, 312pp. Condition: good, blue cloth with gold and black printing. Previous owner's name is written in the front cover. 250 - 350
1097 1ST EDITION HUCKLEBERRY FINN BOOK. "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's Comrade), with one hundred and seventy four illustrations," by Mark Twain. New York: Charles L. Webster, 1885 First American Edition. Original publisher's green cloth. This is as early a copy as appears in cloth. 366 pp. Written in the front "Presented to my Grandson and namesake...1925." Condition: light cloth wear at the edges. 8,000 - 10,000
1098 TWO BUFFALO BILL BOOKS. "Memories of Buffalo Bill (By His Wife)," Louisa Frederici Cody. D. Appleton & Co., 1919, hard cover. 326pp. Condition: all intact. And, "True Tales of the Plains," by Buffalo Bill Cody, NY 1908. 1st edition, 259 pp., frontispiece, plates, illus., (one of the more scarce Cody books). 100 - 150
1099 LAST OF THE GREAT SCOUTS, THE LIFE OF COL. WM. F. CODY (BUFFALO BILL). As told by his Sister Helen Cody Wetmore. The duluth Press Printing Co., 1899. Original brown cloth, spine & front cover gilt-lettered, the front cover embossed with a buffalo head. 296 pp., illustrated by Frderic Remington and E.W. Deming. Condition: little wear, all intact, solid, pages yellowing. 250 - 350
1100 NARRATIVES OF INDIAN CAPTIVES. This lot consists of three books all numbered from a set of twenty seven. All are published by The Burrow Brothers, 1904. The first is "The Dangers and Sufferings of Robert Eastburn, and His Deliverance from Indian Captivity." This is marked copy No. 3. Solid condition, with natural yellowing of the pages. The second book is "A Short Biography of John Leeth with an account of His Life Among the Indians." This is marked copy No. 2. Same condition as above. The third book is "A Narrative of the Captivity of Nehmiah How in 1745-1747." This is marked copy No.2. Same condition as noted above. 300 - 500
1101 CRYSTAL AND BRASS COMPOTE. Pressed and cut crystal compote, oval bowl with gilt brass top rim, rectangular base set in gilt brass mount with acanthus leaf decoration. No mark. Size: 8 1/2"H. 4 5/8"W, 6 1/4"H. Condition: minor wear to metal surface. 60 - 120
1102 3 CRYSTAL & BRASS SMOKING ITEMS. Three matching crystal and brass smoking items, all with strawberry diamond cut decoration. Includes: (1) Round ash tray with gilt brass rim and leaf mount. No mark. Size: 3 1/4"Diam. 1 1/2"H. Condition: minor wear to metal, minor scratches on glass bottom. (1) Hinge lidded round cigarette box. No mark. Size: 4 3/4"H, 3 1/4"Diam. Condition: minor wear. (1) Domed hinged top cigarette lighter with pinecone finial. No mark. Size: 5 1/2"H, 2 1/4"Diam. base. Condition: metal rim on bottom section loose. 50 - 100
1103 14 BACCARAT CHAMPAGNE GLASSES. 14 Baccarat fluted champagne glasses, clean modern style, no decoration. Marked: each acid stamped on bottom center: Baccarat France. Size: 8 1/2"H, 1 3/4"Diam. top, 3"diam. base. Condition: no detractions. 150 - 300
1104 12 GLASS DESSERT PLATES. Twelve clear glass salad or dessert plates with 1/2"wide green painted band on border. No mark. Size: 8"Diam. Size: 2 with fleabites on rim. 40 - 80
1105 ORREFORS BOWL Small Orrefors crystal bowl with raised circle decoration on exterior. Marked: (script) Orrefors. Size: 4 1/8"Diam., 1 1/2"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1106 2 BACCARAT CUT CRYSTAL PLATES. Two Baccarat crystal plates with hobstar and intersecting line cut decoration, center star decoration, one plate slightly larger than the other. Marked: acid stamped on bottom: Baccarat France. Size: one 9 3/4"Diam., one 10 1/4"Diam. Condition: smaller plate with 1/2" chip on rim, larger plate with fleabite on rim, 1/2"interior body crack on rim. 50 - 100
1107 6 BOHEMIAN COLORED GOBLETS. Six Bohemian colored glass goblets with clear stems and bases, flashed and cut bowls with leaf and geometric cutting. Bowl colors are: green, blue, ruby, purple, yellow and orange. No mark. Size: 8 1/4"H, 2 1/2"Diam. top, 2 3/4"Diam. base. Condition: orange goblet has chip in top rim, all others in good condition. 40 - 80
1108 1950S GLASS MADONNA C.1950 Frosted glass Madonna with lighted ceramic base, produced by Leerdam Glass Co. Holland, sold in the 1950s. Black ceramic base with frosted glass insert base rest for Madonna. No mark on glass. Cord marked: Leviton. Size: Madonna 9 1/2"H, base: 2 3/4"H, 6"Diam. Condition: 1/2"long chip in base of Madonna, old wiring on base. 75 - 150
1109 1950S GLASS SEAL. Clear glass seal ashtray, polished bottom. No mark. Size: 5 1/4"H, 7"L, 5 1/4"W. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1110 ART DECO NUDE FEMALE BOOKENDS. Pair of marble & cast metal art deco style nude female (sphinx like) bookends. No markings of any kind. Size: 6.5" H, 6.25" D, 3" W. Condition: like new with no major distractions. 300 - 600
1111 KENSINGTON GAINSBOROUGH VASE. Art Deco aluminum and cobalt glass Kensington Ware Gainsborough Vase, cobalt glass insert in aluminum base cat. no. 7029. Marked: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 9"H, 5 1/2"Diam. top. Condition: glass good, minor wear to metal base. 100 - 200
1112 PR KENSINGTON MARLBOROUGH VASES. Pair of Kensington Ware Marlborough vases, 1934-35, Art Deco aluminum and brass, cat. no. 7031, designed by Lurelle Guild, patent applied for Oct. 11, 1934, patent issued May 7, 1935. Aluminum body with ringed brass base with laurel decoration. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 10"H, 7 1/4"Diam. top. Condition: minor wear and scratches. 150 - 300
1113 KENSINGTON LAUREL TRAY 15 INCH. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Laurel tray Cat. no. 7109,designed by Lurelle Guild 1934-35. Brass decorated handles, 15 inch diam. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 15"Diam. Condition: wear and scratches. 80 - 160
1114 KENSINGTON LAUREL TRAY 12 INCH. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Laurel Tray 12 inch diam. cat. no. 7108. Designed by Lurelle Guild 1934-35. Early mark: stag head and shield mark. Size: 12" diam. Condition: minor wear and scratches. 60 - 120
1115 KENSINGTON ZODIAC PLATTER 18 INCH. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Zodiac Platter 18 inch diam. Cat. No. 7100. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 18" diam. Condition: wear and scratches. 75 - 150
1116 KENSINGTON COMPASS PLATTER 15 INCH. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Compass Platter cat. no. 7102, designed by Lurelle Guild 1935-36. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 15"Diam. Condition: wear and scratches. 75 - 150
1117 KENSINGTON IMPERIAL FRUIT BOWL. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Imperial Fruit Bowl, cat. no. 7428, aluminum body on three brass winged feet. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 10"diam. Condition: wear and scratches. 50 - 100
1118 KENSINGTON AZTEC FOOTED PLATTER. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Aztec Footed Platter, designed by Lurelle Guild in 1938. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 16"Diam. Condition: wear and scratches. 75 - 150
1119 PR KENSINGTON COLDCHESTER BOWLS. Pair of Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Coldchester bowls cat. #7246, originally design as ice bowls. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 4 1/4"H, 7 1/2"Diam. top. Condition: wear and scratches. 100 - 200
1120 PR KENSINGTON THISTLETON BOWLS. Pair of Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Thistleton covered bowls, cat. no. 7490. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 4 3/4"Diam. Condition: wear and scratches, dings on lid rims. 50 - 100
1121 THEODORE MARKS "PUMPKIN #3." 1967. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left and on the canvas verso. Shows a pumpkin, various gourds, Indian corn, and a bottle of Korbel champagne on a cutting board; this is painted in an accomplished and attractive neo-impressionist style. Size: 25" h., 28" w., framed 26" h., 29" w. Condition: several tiny brown encrustations on the painting; needs to be cleaned. 500 - 700
1122 TROY DENTON BRAVE ON HORSEBACK. 20th c. (recent). Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left. This shows an American Indian brave with a long rifle. Denton's identity remains unknown; this is a fairly recently done painting. Size: 24" h., 20" w. Condition: unframed. 300 - 400
1123 SIGNED SCORNAVALLA NUDE. 20th c. Oil on canvas. The signature is slightly illegible. Shows a blocky nude, done in a minimal style. Technique is peintre d'essence (oil thinned by turpentine). Size: 30" h., 24" w., framed 34" h., 28" w. Condition: no visible defects; frame is as is. 400 - 500
1124 SIGNED TJ COLEMAN INDIAN SCENE. 20th c. (recent) Oil on canvas. Signed in red in the lower right. This shows a American Indian warrior in a feather headdress and beaded breastplate stooping to gather water from a stream. Size: 30" h., 24" w. Condition: unframed. 400 - 600
1125 H. CHOKKELY TREE LINED PATH O/C. 20th c. Signed lower right. Shows trees flanking a road in golden greens and a one point perspective. Size: 16" h., 20" w., 22" h., 26" w. Condition: two unrepaired tears (5" and 1"). 200 - 250
1126 BIBLICAL PAINTING. 19th or 20th c. Unsigned. Shows perhaps Ruth and Naomi in the desert with a servant, about to depart for Judah. Well painted in a precise style. Size: 16" h., 20" w. Condition: unframed; one large puncture and three smaller ones, some flaking. 250 - 350
1127 TONY COUCH BARN WATERCOLOR. 20th c. Watercolor on paper. Signed in the lower right. Tony Couch is a nationally known watercolor painter and watercolor instructor who is known for authoring books on watercolor technique, producing videos of the same, and conducting workshops. His style is characterized by big brush wet-in-wet technique. This shows a barn in an autumn landscape. Size: 15" h., 21" w., framed 25" h., 31" w. Condition: no visible defects. 700 - 900
1128 TONY COUCH SHACK AND POWER LINES. 20th c. Watercolor on paper. Signed lower left. Tony Couch is a published watercolorist who authored "Watercolor, You Can Do It!" He has a BA in Art, teaches workshops around the USA and belongs to many national and regional watercolor socieries (including The Pittsburgh Watercolor Society according to his bio). This image shows a shack among power and telephone lines. Size: 15" h., 21 1/2" w., framed 25" h., 31" w. Condition: no visible defects; frame as is. 700 - 900
1129 CANARY DANDY MAN SIGNED OSCAR. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed Oscar lower left. Semi-primitive image of a man in a long coat with a canary perched on his finger. The tilted perspective and rigid linearity of the painting suggest an intentional primitive-ness. Size: 16" h., 12" w., framed 21" h., 17" w. Condition: a 3/4" tear in the upper right and a small puncture in the lower left; yellowed varnish and some craquellure; frame has gesso losses and is as is. 200 - 300
1130 SIGNED DAVID ARAB SMILING MAN. 19th c? Paint on canvas. Signed "David" lower left. Size: 16 1/4" h., 13" w., framed 21" h., 17 1/2" w. Condition: flaking paint; frame as is. 300 - 400
1131 10 x 14.6 ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUG. Rug has red, black, blue and yellow colors in an overall floral design. Condition: one area of rug appears to have red dye that is inconsistent showing a color difference; also there is a band of discoloration all that runs across the rug in one area. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 4,000 - 7,000
1132 9.8 x 12.8 ANTIQUE PERSIAN MAHAL. Rug has an overall floral pattern against a black background. Condition: good. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 6,000 - 9,000
1133 5 x 7.3 ANTIQUE KASHAN. Rug has an overall floral pattern against a red background. Condition: some faded areas. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 600 - 750
1134 3.3 x 5 NEW KILIM. The rug has vibrant bands of orange, red, purple and burgundy color. Condition: good. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 150 - 300
1135 12FT X 8FT 6IN KARASTAN. All wool. Condition: moth damage and new fringe added. All sales final. 300 - 600
1136 CHERRY LOUIS XVI STYLE CHEST. Five drawer chest with fluted cookie front corners, the whole raised on toupie feet. Size: 49" H, 36.5" W, 18" D. Condition: minor scrapes on the right back edge. 70 - 140
1137 CHERRY COUNTRY FRENCH END TABLE. Post 1960, curvacious top with tray edge molding raised on cabriole legs. Size: 22" H, 27" W, 27" D. Condition: good finish, sturdy table, no defects. 30 - 60
1138 14K DIAMOND RING. The ring contains .12 ct. of brilliant cut diamonds and .08 ct. of single cut diamonds. Brilliant cut Color: I. Clarity: VS-2. Total ring weight: 1.6 Pennyweights. Center diamonds are set in four prong mirage setting; all others are bead set. Mounting measures 6.4 mm. tapering to 2 mm. Comes with a written appraisal of $ 900.00. 600 - 800
1139 1.70 CT. DIAMOND RING. The ring has an emerald cut center stone with two tapered baguette diamonds on each side set in 14K white gold. Total diamond weight is 1.70 ct. Total baguette weight is .25 ct. Total ring weight is 1.8 Pennyweights. Center diamond Color: G. Center diamond Clarity: VVS-1. Ring size: 7-7.25. Comes with a written appraisal of $16,000.00. 10,000 - 12,000
1140 ISRAELI ART POTTERY BOWL. Hand thrown and decorated pottery bowl, interior with shiny milky drip glaze, exterior matte finish with geometric green and ochre decorations. Marked: Adi Israel. Size: 9"Diam. top, 4 3/4"H. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1141 ASIAN CERAMIC PILLOW. Blue and white decorated ceramic pillow, top central design of chrysanthemums and blue calligraphic text (poem ?), flower and fishscale pattern decorated sides, pomogranate decorated ends. No mark. Size: 11 1/2"L, 5"W, 5 1/4"H. Condition: minor wear and staining. 150 - 300
1142 POLYCHROMED WOODEN BUDDHIST SHRINE. Polychromed and gilt Asian sculpture, figure stands on lotus platform above fictive carved wooden rocks, resting on wooden plinthe, gilt and blue painted figure with applied jewel decoration and carved and gilt cloud pattern decorated mandala behind figure. No mark. Size: figure: 12"H, figure with base 16"H, figure with base and mandala 18 1/2"H, 6 1/2"W, 4 1/2"D. Condition: polychroming is chipping and there are minor areas of loss, mandala is loose from base,figure loose on base. 200 - 400
1143 SOUTH EAST ASIAN SCULPTURE. Four sided South East Asian sculpture of diety carved stone on a marble base with stepped decorated top. No mark. Size: 7 1/4"H., 3 1/2"W, 3 1/2"D. Condition: minor wear. 100 - 300
1144 THAILAND ALABASTER HEAD. Alabaster head fragment carved in Thailand, Buddhist diety. No mark. Size: 4 1/2"H, 3"W, 2 1/2"D. Condition: comes with wooden block to serve as stand. Damage to one lower ear, head broken off from larger sculpture. 100 - 200
1145 CHINESE JEWELRY CHEST. 20th c. Wood, brass, bone. Vertical format chest with brass fittings, top brass handle, two vertical doors with inset pierced bone (ivory?) panels, open to reveal four interior silk lined drawers, above bottom drower with two brass pulls opening to reveal two level silk lined sections, side panels each decorated with two oval pierced bone (ivory?) inserts. No mark. Size: 12 1/2"H, 8"W, 5 3/4"D. Condition: finish worn on metal and wood, some metal mountings bent on edges, front metal closure missing one element. 150 - 300
1146 DELFT CHARGER. Blue and white decorated charger with winter scene of horse drawn cart in forest. Marked: Crown RC Delft Germany. Size: 13 1/4"Diam. Condition: good, wired for hanging. 100 - 200
1147 BLUE DECORATED JUG. One gallon ceramic jug, hand thrown with applied handle, blue glaze tree and serpent decoration with incised "Don't tread on Me" andimpressed "1" above the design. No mark. Size: 13"H, 7 1/2"Diam. widest part, 6"Diam. base. Condition: chip on handle, hole in lower back suggests once a lamp. 40 - 80
1148 BLANC DE CHINE TEAPOT. Chinese blanc de chine teapot, vertical rectangular format on four curved feet. Textured body, front with recessed landscape scene with three dimensional trees, foo dog finial on lid, beaded decoration on handle and spout. No mark. Size: 7 1/2"H, 6"W, 3"D. Condition: good. 75 - 150
1149 BRASS BUDDHA ON STAND. Cast brass happy seated Buddha on fitted, footed wooden base. No mark. Size: sculpture: 8"H, 11"W, 7 3/4"D. stand: 1 3/4"H, 12"W, 8"D. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1150 JAPANESE POTTERY VESSEL. Japanese moriage decorated pottery vessel, shaped ovoid form, one side features samurai warrior scene, one side with floral decorated scene. No mark. Size: 5 1/2"H, 12"L, 10"D. Condition: several body cracks, interior staining. 30 - 60
1151 PR HARDSTONE FLORAL GROUPS. Pair of hardstone floral groups, varigated grey marble bases, green hardstone carved leaves, pink and orange tinged carved blossoms on crafted branches. No mark. Size: 20 1/2"H, 14"W, 12"W. Condition: good. 100 - 300
1153 JAPANESE FAN IN CASE. Carved wooden shaft fan with embroidered silk flower and insect design on cream ground, pierce carved section of fan body. Comes in fitted lacquered case with hand painted silk lining with bird and floral decoration, gilt figures on lid. No mark. Size: fan 9 1/2"L, case: 11 3/4"L, 2 1/4"W, 2 1/4"L. Condition: wear to case silk lining, one blade of fan loose from material. 150 - 300
1154 CHINESE SOAPSTONE PLAQUE. 19TH C. Chinese carved soapstone plaque, floral and mountain scene in low relief on each side. No mark. Size: 3"H, 2 1/4"W, 1/2"D. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1155 CHINESE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE. Chinese black and gold glass snuff bottle, red glass stopper top, metal spoon. No mark. Size: 2 1/2"H, 1 1/2"W, 5/8"D. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1156 CHINESE AGATE CARVING. C.1920. Chinese agate carving in the form of grapes and leaves. No mark. Size: 2 1/2"L, 2 1/4"W, 1"H. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1157 CHINESE HORN SNUFF BOTTLE Chinese horn snuff bottle, incised landscape scene on one side, poem on other side, horn stopper with bone spoon. No mark. Size: 3"H, 1 1/2"W, 1/2"D. condition: good. 60 - 120
1158 CHINESE JADE PLAQUE. Pierced carved round jade plaque. No mark. Size: 3"Diam. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1159 DOUBLE FISH NETSUKE Carved bone netsuke of two fish, one with red scales, one with brown scales. Marked: red calligraphic mark. Size: 1 3/4"L, 1 1/4"W, 3/4"H. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1160 PR CHINESE AGATE HORSES. Pair of carved Chinese agate horses on wooden stands. No mark. Size: one: 2 1/2"H, 2 3/4"L, 7/8"W. one: 2 1/2"H, 2 1/2"L, 1"W. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1161 4 KENSINGTON COACH N FOUR TRAYS. Four Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Coach N Four trays, cat. no. 7149. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 11"L, 6"W. Condition: minor wear. 40 - 80
1162 4 KENSINGTON SHELL CANAPE PLATES. Four Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Shell Canape plates, cat. no. 7331, with incised decoration and shaped edge. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 10"Diam. Condition: wear and scratches. 40 - 80
1163 KENSINGTON DORCHESTER SERVING DISH. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Dorchester double serving dish, brass decorated handles, scalloped bottom edge, incised wreath decoration on top. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 9"Diam. 3 1/2"H. Condition: wear and scratches. 40 - 80
1164 3 KENSINGTON STRATFORD SET. Three Art Deco aluminum and glass Kensington Ware Stratford Compote (cat. no. 7411) and matching candlesticks. Designed by Lurelle Guild c. 1934-35 with glass ball decoration. All late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: compote: 6"H, 13 1/2"Diam. top. Candlesticks: 3"H. 4"Diam. base. Condition: wear and scratches. 100 - 200
1165 3 KENSINGTON WAVERLY DESK PCS. Threee Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Waverly Desk set pieces, including: blotter ends, ink well with pen rest, binder. All late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Condition: wear and scratches. 100 - 300
1166 4 KENSINGTON DESK ACCESSORIES. Four Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware desk accessories. Includes: (1) Jot It Memorandum Pad holder cat. no. 7007, designed by Lurelle Guile 1935-36. Late mark. Size: 4" x 7". (1) Oxford Memo Roll, cat. no. 7013. late mark. Size: 9 1/4"L. (1) Tab desk memo. Late mark. 3 1/4" x 5 1/2". (1) Small tab desk memo. Late mark. 4 1/4" x 2 1/4". Condition: all with minor wear and scratches. 100 - 200
1167 KENSINGTON IMPERIAL FRUIT BOWL. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Imperial Fruit Bowl, cat. no. 7428 on three brass winged feet. late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 10"Diam. Condition: wear and scratches. 50 - 100
1168 KENSINGTON AZTEC FOOTED PLATTER. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Aztec Footed Platter, designed by Lurelle Guild in 1938. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 16"Diam. Condition: wear and scratches. 75 - 150
1169 6 KENSINGTON WARE BRUSHES. Six aluminum and black bristle brushes by Kensington Ware. (2) Hatmaster Hat brushes, cat. no. 7692, 5 1/2"L, 1 1/2"W. (2) Clothmaster cloth brushes, cat. no. 7693, 6 1/2"L, 2 1/8"W. (2) Guards military brushes, cat. no. 7694, 4 1/4"L, 2 1/2"W. Condition: minor wear and scratches. 60 - 120
1170 4 KENSINGTON SHERWOOD CANDLEHOLDERS. Four Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Sherwood Candle Holders cat. no. 7402, c. 1936-7. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 2 1/2"H, 4"Diam. base. 40 - 80
1171 SIGNED SUZUKI ORANGE MOUNTAINS. 20th c. (1950s or 1960s perhaps) Oil on canvas. Signed "Suzuki" lower left corner. This shows a mountain in a desolate landscape created out of strongly diagonal strokes in orange, yellow and brown. Expressionist on style. THere is also a Japanese (?) character stamped in purple ink on the stretcher bars. Size: 15" h., 18" w., framed 21" h., 24" w. Condition: some paint flaking in the center of the image; needs to be cleaned of chalky white striations; otherwise in good condition. 250 - 500
1172 C. HATHAWAY ADIRONDACK HUNT. 20th c. (1st half) Oil on canvas. Signed in red lower left. Shows two men in a canoe about to fire at a moose. Painted in a decoratively illustrative style: bright colors in precisely patterned green and orange areas. Size: 20" h., 28" w., framed 28 1/2" h., 36 1/2" w. Condition: no visible defects; frame is as is. 700 - 1,000
1173 FRANK WEBB WATERCOLOR OF PIERS. 20th c. Signed lower left. Webb (North Versailles, PA [Pittsburgh], 1927-) is a listed artist and watercolor instructor who has several books published about his paintings and his watercolor technique (distinguished by big brushwork). His work resides in many private and public collections. This shows a small harbor, its pier and boathouse, in aquas and greens. Size: 15" h., 22" w., framed 21 1/4" h., 27 1/4" w. Condition: light yellowing at the edges of the paper; frame is as is. 1,000 - 2,000
1174 DEL MONTE HORSEMEN IN WINTER. 20th c. (probably 1940s or 1950s) Oil on canvas. Signed on the verso (K?) DelMonte. Finely painted image of two men on their horses in snow; the lighting effects, detail, color and brushwork are by an accomplished artist. Size: 26" h., 36" w., framed 28" h., 39 1/2" w. Condition: minor water staining on the verso canvas, left side; otherwise it is in overall good condition. 1,000 - 1,500
1175 MOSHE MOKADY THE STROLLERS. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed Mokady lower left. Mokady (Israeli, 1902-1975) is a listed Jewish artist who painted in the manner of the School of Paris; neo-expressionistic brushwork and bright color form this image of a woman and her companion in early 20th c dress. Ex. Coll. Donald Robinson, Pittsburgh, PA. Purchased at Gallery Hadassa "K" in Tel Aviv, Israel in 1971. Size: 35" h., 45" w., framed 43" h., 53" w. Condition: no detractions; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 7,000 - 15,000
1176 M. ROSSETTI ITALIAN GYPSY. 19th c? Oil on canvas. Signed in sgrafitto, lower right. This woman is shown in peasant costume with her arms akimbo. Newly framed with a new title/name plate. Size: 24" h., 15 1/2" w., framed 29" h., 21" w. Condition: small lacuna lower left edge (1/8"); a little loose on its stretchers, otherwise it is in good condition. 550 - 700
1177 H. POLAR LOWLAND PASTORALE WATERCOLOR. Early 20th c. Watercolor on paper. Signed in charcoal, lower left. This fine watercolor shows a couple in conversation: the man holds a fish basket and a small child accompanies the women. The landscape and the cow complete the Northern European (Dutch?) appearance of this image, possibly Hague School or of that ilk. Size: 19" h., 27 1/2" w., framed 25" h., 32" w. Condition: buckled, slightly yellowed, otherwise no major detractions; no written information is on the paper verso; period frame as is. 900 - 1,500
1178 MOSHE MOKADY SEATED WOMAN. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed Mokady lower left. Moshe Mokady (Israeli, 1902-1975) is a listed artist, whose style is neo-expressionist. This portrait resembles the palette of Chaim Soutine, and that painter's influence upon Mokady's work is known. Mokady's palette of the 1920's has been described as dark and moody. (The date of this painting is unknown) Ex Coll.: Donald Robinson, Pittsburgh, PA. Purchased at Hadassa Gallery "K," Tel Aviv, Israel. Size: 29" h., 23 1/2" w., framed 38" h., 32" w. Condition: no visible detractions. 5,000 - 8,000
1179 ATTR. CHARLES RAUCH SEPIA DRAWING. Early to mid 19th c. Graphite with sepia ink wash on paper. No signature visible. The attribution to Rauch comes from a paper attached to the frame; this drawing came from a Rauch (1791-1857) sketchbook acquired in a Sumter, SC antique shop in 1967 by an Emmitt Peter, who divided the book into individual sheets for sale. Houses are shown. Rauch is a listed French painter from Nancy. Size: 5" h., 7" w., framed 8 5/8" h., 10 5/8" w. Condition: there is an acidic matboard; paper condition is unknown but no visible defects can be seen. 300 - 500
1180 BERNARD BUFFET LITHO OF BRIDGES. 20th c. Color lithograph on Arches paper. No. 91/125. Signed in pencil, lower right. Buffet is a well known French artist, known for urban and religious imagery, done in a heavy black linear style. Provenance: Donald Robinson collection, Pittsburgh, PA. Size: 19 1/2" h., 25 1/4" w., framed 22 1/4" h., 28 1/2" w. Condition: no visible defects. 800 - 1,100
1181 67IN. X 42IN. ANTIQUE FRENCH TAPESTRY. c. 1880. The tapestry has a black border and shows the scene of a boy and girl behind some trees and bushes with ruins in the background. Condition: age appropiate wear; some tears in the fabric have been repaired; some worn spots in the fabric; burlap? back has tears; back needs re-sewn on one side. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING THIS ITEM IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 2,500 - 3,000
1182 10FT. 2IN. X 7FT. 5IN. ANTIQUE PERSIAN SHIRAZ. c. 1950.The rug has a red multi-colored center with a grey multi-colored border. Overall geometric patttern. Conditon: age appropiate wear; minor tears on one end; some fringe wear; some worn spots. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 500 - 700
1183 9FT. X 12FT. ANTIQUE PERSIAN SAROUK. c. 1910-20. The rug has a red background with an overall floral pattern and black background border. Condition: age appropiate wear; areas of wear on border; worn spots on body of rug; minor repairs; some fading. WE RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 2,000 - 5,000
1184 10 FT. 8 IN. X 7 FT. 7 IN. ANTIQUE PERSIAN HERIZ. c. 1900-10. The rug has a rich red background with an overall geometric pattern and a dark blue background border. Condition: age appropiate wear; overall minor repairs to body; minor wear on border edge. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 2,500 - 4,000
1185 10FT.11IN. X 7FT.5IN. PERSIAN HERIZ/SERAPI. c. 1890. The rug has a red background with an overall floral pattern. Condition: age appropiate wear; major wear to body of carpet; piece missing from one end; repair to edge of carpet. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 700 - 900
1186 52" X 6'4" MESHED ISPHAHAN C1920. Isphahan design. Cream background flowing with flowers contained in a navy blue border with flowers. Provenance: consignor purchased from Higbys, Cleveland, Ohio. Condition: All sales are final. 800 - 1,200
1187 5 FT X 7.5 FT C.1920 CAUCASIAN KUBA RUG. Cream colored border with flowers, containing curvilinear panels with background colors of cream, red, and navy blue with floral bouquets. Condition: fringe is gone, frayed at the side edges, would benefit from a cleaning. Due to the highly subjective nature of carpets this statement of condition cannot be considered complete; we suggest that you personally inspect each item that you bid on. All sales are final. 1,200 - 2,000
1188 TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. (1) Ceramic snuff bottle is a mongoose-like animal with a filigree stone inlaid top and metal spoon. Measures: 3" l. (2) Ceramic snuff bottle has a flowers and insects motif. Measures: 2.5" h. x 2" w. Condition: both show no visible defects. 75 - 150
1189 TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. (1) Ceramic bottle has a rooster motif with a stone encrusted top and metal spoon. Measures: 3" h. (2) Ceramic bottle has a duck motif with a stone inlaid top and metal spoon. Measures: 3" h. Condition: the duck bottle has a minor flaw in the finish; otherwise no visible defects for both. 75 - 150
1190 TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. (1) Ceramic bottle has a young stag on both sides with a stone inlaid top and a metal spoon. Measures: 3" h. (2) Urn shaped ceramic bottle has a floral pattern with a stone encrusted top and metal spoon. Condition: stag bottle has a few minor flaws in the ceramic finish; otherwise both have no visible defects. 75 - 150
1191 STRAUSS ALABAMA COON JIGGER TOMBA Strauss Mfg. Co. tin litho mechanical toy "Tombo" the Alabama Coon Jigger, wind up dancing figure. Marked: Trademark Strauss Mfg. Co. New York USA U.S. Pat. May 24, 1910. Size: 9"H, 4 3/4"W, 3 1/4"D. Condition: minor wear to surface of tin litho, no box, all mechanical toys sold as is. 400 - 800
1192 STRAUSS JAZZBO JIM TIN LITHO TOY. Strauss Mfg. co. tin litho wind up toy "Jazzbo Jim" the Dancer on the Roof, mechanical moving figure. Marked: Jazzbo Jim (trademark) The Dancer on the roof, The Ferdinand Strauss Corp. New York USA, copyrighted by UAM Co. 1921, Patented Oct. 1921. Size: 11"H, 5"W, 3 1/2"D. Condition: minor wear to tin litho, no box, all mechanical toys sold as is. 350 - 700
1193 MARX DAGWOOD THE DRIVER TOY. Marx tin litho mechanical wind up toy, Dagwood the Driver. Marked: Marx, Copyr.1930, 1934, 1935. by King Features Syndicate Inc. Size: 6 1/2"H, 8"L, 3 1/2"W. Condition: tin litho good condition, no box, all mechanical toys sold as is. 200 - 400
1194 WORLD TRAIN FRICTION TOY. World Train Friction toy in original box. Tin litho with movable wheels. Marked: on box: Made in Japan. Size: train 11 1/4"L, 3 3/4"H, 2 1/2"W. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1195 TOY CAST IRON STOVE. Toy black cast iron stove, movable oven door. Marked: American. Size: 5"H, 5 3/4"W, 5"D. Condition: metal in good condition, top round elements missing. 40 - 80
1196 MARX PLUTO TIN LITHO TOY. Marx Pluto tin litho wind up toy. Marked: Marx Made in USA. Pat. 2001 625. Size: 8"L, 3"H, 2 1/2"W. Condition: metal surface worn, missing elements including ears. 40 - 80
1197 PENGUIN BOX & BOTTLE. (1) Snuff bottle with a reverse painted scene of a penguin on both sides. It has a stone encrusted top with a metal spoon. Measures: 3" h. Condition: no visible defects. (2) Bone scrimshaw box shows a penguin. Measures: 6" l. x 1.5" w. x 1" h. Condition: good, except for a minor flaw on the left front side. 100 - 200
1198 TWO CARVED NUT SNUFF BOTTLES. (1) Nut bottle has possible erotic scenes carved on both sides with a stone encrusted top and metal spoon. Measures: 2" l. (2) Nut bottle has faces in a crowd carved on both sides with a stone inlaid top and metal spoon. Measures: 2 1/4" l. Condition: no visible defects. 50 - 100
1199 TWO SNUFF BOTTLES. (1) Bottle is a gourd with an engraved owl scene on both sides. It has a stone encrusted top with a metal spoon. Measures: 2". (2) Round bottle is constructed of horn(?) with an engraved mice scene in bone on both sides. It has a stone inlaid top with a metal spoon. Measures: 3 1/4" l. Condition: no visible defects for both; but mice bottle is discolored in places. 50 - 100
1200 2 BONE SNUFF BOTTLES Two bone snuff bottles with erotic scenes etched on sides, metal filigree and stone caps, metal spoons. No mark. Size; 3"H, 2"W, 1 1/4"D. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1201 TIFFFANY STERLING COFFEE POT. Tiffany sterling and ivory coffee pot, tall form, tapering body with two ivory insulatorsw on handle, conical ivory finial. Marked: Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling Silver 23790 1 1/2 Pints 3. Size: 9 1/2"H, 3 3/4"Diam. base. Weight: 12 troy oz. Condition: minor wear. 200 - 400
1202 TIFFANY STERLING EWER. Tiffany sterling ewer, modern streamline design, bulbous body. Marked: Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling Silver 23505 3 1/4Pints. Size: 10"H, 6"L, 5"W, Weight: 24 troy oz. Condition: minor wear. 200 - 400
1203 14 STERLING CHARGERS. 14 Peruvian sterling chargers, dished charger or underplate with border of raised ribbed elongated "S" scrolls separated by flower blossoms. Marked: Industria Peruana Plata Esterlina 975 (flag hallmark) Camusso. Size: 11"Diam. Weight: each plate 10 to 12 troy oz. Total weight 160 troy oz. Condition: minor scratches in center of chargers. 800 - 1,400
1204 PAIR GORHAM STERLING CANDELABRA. Pair of Gorham sterling three light candleabra with repousse decorated base, two "C" scroll arms unscrew for use as single candlesticks. Marked: Gorham Sterling (hallmark) 750 Weighted Reinforced with other metal. Size: 12"H, 11 1/2"L, 4 3/8"Diam. base. Condition: good. 150 - 300
1205 CUT GLASS & SILVER FLAGON. Italian silverplate and crystal flagon, bulbous crystal body with cross hatch and star cut decoration, metal base and top with acanthus and floral decoration, dragon headed handle, metal topped cork stopper. Marked: Made in Italy. silverplated. Size: 11 1/2"H, 4 1/2"Diam. widest part, 3 1/4"Diam. base. Condition: plate worn on base. 50 - 100
1205A WALLACE IRIAN STERLING FORK. Wallace sterling Irian pattern (1902) Art Nouveau pattern cold meat fork, solid silver, with Bouguereau style nude with putti decorated handle. Monogramed on back: "Y". Marked: Wallace hallmark, Sterling Pat.02. Size: 8 1/4"L. Weight: 81.4 grams. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1205B WALLACE STERLING IRIAN TEASPOON. Wallace sterling Irian pattern (1902) Art Nouveau style teaspoon, with Bouguereau style nude with putti decorated handle, monogramed on back "Y". Marked: Wallace hallmark, Sterling Pat 02. Sie: 6"L. Weight: 32 grams. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1206 91 PC KIRK STIEFF ROSE PATTERN. 91 pieces of Kirk Stieff sterling, includes 55 pieces of Rose pattern and 36 pieces of similar pattern sterling flatware. 55 pieces of Rose pattern, all decorated on front and back of flatware, monogramed on back "MD". all marked: sterling (hallmarks). Includes: (17) teaspoons, 6 1/8"L, 577.5 grams. (9) salad forks, 6 1/4"L, 309.2 grams. (5) cream soup spoons, 7"L, 275.6 grams. (6) butter knives, 5 1/2"L, 169.6 grams. (6) dinner forks, 352.8 grams. (8) dinner knives, 8 3/4"L. (1) serving spoon, 8 1/2"L, 79.5 grams. (bent bowl). (1) pickle fork, 4 3/4"L, 16.5 grams. (1) shell spoon, 6"L, 40.1 grams. (1) sugar spoon, 5 1/2"L, 38.1 grams. Other pieces in similar pattern includes: (6) grapefruit spoons, 6"L, 184.2 grams. No decoration on back of flatware. Marked: Sterling Stieff Reg. (2) teaspoons, 6"L, 64.9 grams. Marked: Sterling J.L. Fowler. (4) teaspoons, 6"L, 130.3 grams. Marked: Sterling Stieff (two monogramed "EHH"). (4) dinner knives, 8 3/4"L. Marked: The Stieff co. Stainless Steel, Sterling handle. (7) cocktail forks, 5 1/2"L, 169 grams. (4) forks, 7"L, 218.5 grams. Marked: Sterling Stieff Reg. (3) forks, 7"L, 221.1 grams. Marked: Sterling Stieff. (2) butter knives, 6"L, 51.8 grams. Marked: Sterling Stieff. (2) serving spoons, 8"L, 153.3 grams. Marked: Sterling Stieff Reg. (1) seving fork, 7 3/4"L, 74.7 grams. Marked: Sterling Stieff. (1) Ladle, 6L, 75 grams. Marked: Sterling Stieff Reg. (1) flat server spoon, 7 1/2"L, 86.4 grams. Monogramed: "IPH". Marked: Kirk & Sons 925/1000 73. Condition: good except where noted above. 2,500 - 5,000
1207 96 PC LUNT STERLING FLATWARE. 96 pieces of Lunt sterling flatware, "Modern Victorian" 1941 pattern, all marked "Lunt Sterling". Includes: (12) cream soup spoons, 6 1/4"L, 440 grams. (12) dinner forks, 7 1/4"L, 586 grams. (12) salad forks, 6 1/4"L, 453 grams. (24) teaspoons, 5 3/4"L, 642.8 grams. (12) butter knives, 5 3/4"L, 310.2 grams. (12) dinner knives, 8 1/4"L, sterling handle, stainless blades. (2) serving spoons, 8 3/8"L, 128.2 grams. (1) serving fork, 7 1/4"L, 63 grams. (1) ladle, 6"L, 56.3 grams. (1) small ladle, 5"L, 40 grams. (1) sugar sifter, 5"L, 23.3 grams. (1) sugar spoon, 6 1/8"L, 27.7 grams. (1) sugar tongs, 4 1/4"L, 31.1 grams. (1) three tine pickle fork, 5"L, 14.6 grams. (1) two tine pickle fork, 5 3/4"L, 19.4 grams. (1) pie server, 10"L, sterling handle. (1) cheese server, 6 1/2"L, sterling handle. Lot also includes (7) soup spoons in similar pattern, marked: 1847 Rogers Bros. IS Remembrance. Silver plate. All pieces in good condition. 1,500 - 3,000
1207A WHITING LILY PATTERN SPOON. Whiting sterlng Lily pattern (1902) serving spoon, decorated on front and back with Art Nouveau style floral decoration. Monogramed "Y". Marked: Whiting hallmark, Sterling M E.P. Roberts & Sons. Size: 8 1/4"L. Weight: 69.2grams. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1207B WHITING LILY PATTERN SUGAR TONGS. Whiting sterling Lily pattern (1902) sugar tongs, Art Nouveau floral decoration with bird claw ends. marked: Whiting hallmark, Sterling Pat. 1902. Size: 5"L. Weight: 46.3 grams. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1207C WHITING LILY PATTERN BUTTER KNIFE Whiting sterling Lily pattern (1902) master butter knife, Art Nouveau floral decoration, monogramed "Y". Marked: Whiting hallmark, Sterling E.P. Roberts & Sons. Size: 7 1/2"L. Weight: 58.2 grams. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1207D UNGER BROTHERS STERLING SPOON. Unger Brothers sterling Art Nouveau spoon, female form handle, monogramed "1905". Marked: Unger Brothers(hallmark) Sterling 925 Fine. Size: 6"L. Weight: 27.9 grams. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1207E UNGER BROTHERS STERLING SPOON. Unger Brothers sterling Art Nouveau teaspoon, incorporating a grotesque head into the decoration on the handle. Monogramed "E". Marked: Unger Brothers (hallmark) Sterling 925 Fine. Size: 5 3/4"L. Weight: 30.8 grams. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1208 GORHAM STERLING REVERE BOWL. Gorham sterling reproduction Revere bowl, monogramed "S". Marked: Gorham (hallmark) Sterling 41661 [7] Revere Reproduction. Size: 10 1/8"Diam. top, 5 1/8"H. Weight: 27 troy oz. Condition: interior scratches. 6.12 200 - 400
1209 GORHAM STERLING REVERE BOWL. Gorham sterling Revere reproductiona bowl. Inscribed on side: Lieutenant and Mrs. Robert G. Sherrard Jr. from the Officers and Ladies of the 23rd Infantry April 21st 1936. Marked: Gorham (hallmark) Sterling 41660 Revere Reproduction. Size: 9"Diam. top, 4 1/2"H. Weight: 21 troy oz. Condition: remnant of floral tape on interior, minor scratches on interior. 5.12 150 - 300
1210 MANCHESTER STERLING REVERE BOWL. Manchester sterling reproduction Revere bowl. Marked: (Manchester hallmark) Sterling 868 Reproduction of Paul Revere Bowl by Manchester. Size: 8"Diam. top, 4 1/4"H. Weight: 357.2 grams. Condition: interior pitted areas on sides from old floral tape. 7.12 50 - 100
1211 6FT 6IN ORNATE GILT MIRROR. Gilt cartouche with roses and leafage above, perimeter is finely etched with floral design, and tri-plumed spacers hold inner gadrooned trim. Lower corner brackets are reticulated. Size: 6'6" H, 47" W, 6" D. Condition: beautiful gilding, decoration, and etching. No defects. 1,200 - 2,400
1212 19TH CENTURY TRUMEAU MIRROR. Arched mirror with both bead and spiral ribbon edging and a gilt laurel wreath and festoons above. Greenish grey paint with parcel gilt. Size: 5'4" H, 40" W, 2.25" D. Condition: top board has two cracks, the cracks being mostly covered by the laurel wreath and festoons. 600 - 1,200
1213 BAKER CO. BOMBE CHEST. Stained walnut, having two drawers with carved cartouches and ribbons. Raised on curlique feet. Post 1960. Size: 25" H, 3' W, 20" D. Condition: sturdy, no detractions. 300 - 500
1214 BAKER CO. PAINTED CHEST. Post 1960, having a blueish faux marble top, serpentine front, three paneled drawers, and raised on curlique toes. Size: 33" H, 40" W, 19" D. Condition: faux marble paint has alligatored and is lifting in only two small areas. 300 - 500
1215 POWDER BLUE SUEDE CHAISE LONGUE. Post 1970. With rust welted cushion and button tufted tub back and box pleated buttoned skirt. Size: 34" H, 34" W, 6' D. Condition: frame strong, suede clean and in great condition. 400 - 800
1216 8FT TALL HANDPAINTED FOUR PANEL SCREEN. Post 1970. Each of four panels handpainted with polychrome flora in urns on pedestals with face masks and shells and leafage. Back has a stenciled design in vertical rows. Size: each panel is 8' H, 30" W, 1.25" D. Condition: no defects. 800 - 1,200
1217 PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE FAUTEUILS. Curvilinear molded frame carved with flowers and in cream paint and upholstered in a nubby powder blue fabric. Size: 38" H, 28" W, 23" D. Condition: frame sturdy, fabric appears clean. 200 - 400
1218 SERPENTINE CARVED CANAPE. 20th century. Louis XV style pickled frame carved with leafage and flowers. Herringbone blue fabric with the occasional pinkish zig zag. Size: 39" H, 6'2" W, 31" H. Condition: strong frame, fabric appears clean, no holes or tears. 300 - 600
1219 DIRECTOIRE STYLE CHAIRBACK SETTEE. Retailed by Mansfield Furniture Co, N.Y.C. Tri-chairback settee has a diamond latticework patterned backrest and a loose down and goose feather cushion. Darkly stained. Size: 3'H, 5'5" W, 22" D. Condition: strong frame, no defects. 400 - 800
1220 COUNTRY FRENCH CHINA CABINET. Post 1960. Two part china cabinet in blue paint with three upper doors carved with flowers sits on a three door base. Has wooden shelves. Size: 90" H, 6'4" W, 17" D. Condition: no defects. 200 - 400
1221 DROPLEAF TEACART. Post 1960. Size: 30" H, 19" W, 32" D. Condition: no defects. 100 - 200
1222 80 INCH WIDE NEOCLASSIC CARVED BED. Post 1960. Mahogany with panels carved with bows and laurel wreaths flanked by columns and flame(?) finials. Size: 47" H, 80" W, 2.5" D. Condition: no defects. 50 - 100
1223 MOUNT AIRY PAINTED CREDENZA. Post 1960. Credenza made by Mount Airy Chair Co., N. Carolina. In cream colored paint with blue trim. One real drawer (two faux drawers) over four working doors. Size: 34" H, 5'2" W, 18.5" D. Condition: no detractions. 80 - 160
1223A TEN 8.5 FOOT DRAPES, RUST AND NAVY STRIPED. See lot 1224 for chairs upholstered in the same fabric. Ten pinch pleated, lined panels made from velour or velveteen in stripes of navy and rust color. Come with tie backs. Size: 8.5' H, 39" W at the top, 78" W at the bottom. Condition: appear clean, no holes. 40 - 80
1224 TEN FRENCH STYLE ARMCHAIRS. See lot #1225 for matching banquet or boardroom table. Curvacious molded frame with leaf carved aprons raised on cabriole legs with curvacious stretchers. All chairs have 1.5" diameter castors. Upholstered in a rust and navy blue striped plush fabric with continuous tacking. Size: 45" H, 26" W, 23" D. Condition: sturdy frames, fabric appears to be clean. No defects, holes, or tears. 500 - 1,000
1225 PARQUETRY BANQUET TABLE. See lot #1224 for matching chairs. Latticework parquetry design with a scalloped and carved edged apron. Raised on cabriole legs with curlique feet. Distressed finish is darkly stained. Size: 31" H, 4' W, 8' L (add 22" for each of two aproned leaves). Condition: no defects, sturdy table. 400 - 800
1226 CONVEX FACETED EDGE MIRROR. Post 1970. Size: 4'H, 4'6" W, 1.25" D. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1227 GILT BRONZE & CRYSTAL CENTERPIECE Empire style gilt bronze and crystal centerpiece, oval base rests on four acanthus decorated feet, two female figures holding swags form handles, swag motif continues around base, metal base supports cut glass oval bowl with cross hatch and hobstar decorated sides. No visible mark. Size: bowl: 4 1/4"H, 15 1/4"L, 10 1/2"W. Metal base: 10"H, 22"L, 9 1/2"D. Condition: good. 500 - 1,000
1228 3 PC BOHEMIAN GARNITURE SET. Three piece Bohemian glass and metal garniture set includes three blue and clear cased cut glass pieces in brass neoclassical mounts. Glass cased blue over clear with center strawberry diamond cut band and top and bottom vertical straight cuts. Two set in low brass mounts, four hairy paw feet in squared base, top brass ring fitted over glass. Center bowl with matching cutting set in brass base, raised on four hairy paw feet, cross braced stretcher and four lion ring decorations atop each foot, topped with matching brass ring. Marked: glass unmarked, center metal base marked: "Austria". Size: center bowl 6 1/2"H, 5 3/4"Diam. top, two side pieces 6"H, 4"Diam. top. Condition: bottom of center bowl has two chips (not visible when set in stand, metal finish worn on all pieces. 300 - 600
1229 PAIR CRYSTAL OBELISKS Pair of cut crystal obelisks, faceted base, beveled edges. No mark. Size: 10"H, 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" square base. Condition: one with 1/2" chip on edge of one bottom corner, one with 2 1/4" long damaged edge on one corner of base. 150 - 300
1230 PR NEW MARTINSVILLE WOLFHOUNDS. Pair of New Martinsville Glass Co. crystal wolfhounds #716, on rectangular bases, produced til mid 1950s. No mark. Size: 7 1/8"H, 9 1/2"L, 2"W. Condition: one with chip on one corner of base, the other in good condition. 150 - 300
1231 ROMAN GLASS VESSEL. 1st-3rd C. A.D. Blown glass vessel with bulbous body, flattened top rim with folded edge, iron red mottled oxidized coloration, pontil mark on base. No mark. Size: 3 1/2"H, 3"Diam. widest part, 1 3/4"diam. top rim. Condition: oxidation and pitting of surface due to age. 150 - 300
1232 SOLID OAK MISSION STYLE DINING TABLE. Mission style round table on five square legs. Size: 30.5" H, 4'diameter which expands with three 12" leaves. Condition: one 4"x3" area has a finish problem. 75 - 150
1233 MISSION OAK ROCKER. Circa 1900, original finish. Has a three slat back. Size: 38" H, 26.5" W, 30" D. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1234 3 OAK MISSION WOOD PINNED SIDECHAIRS. Solid oak ladderback chairs with wood pin construction. Red vinyl upholstered slip seats may be replacements. Size: 37" H, 17" W, 16" D. Condition: original finish, chairs are sturdy. 80 - 160
1235 CIRCA 1930 SPINET DESK. Top lifts up and folds back to rest on the top, and a writing surface slides out. Raised on turned legs. Size: 32" H, 34" W, 19" D. Condition: some scratches. 30 - 60
1236 CIRCA 1940 SERPENTINE BACHELOR CHEST. Hepplewhite style mahogany four drawer bachelors chest. Size: 30" H, 30" W, 16.5" D. Condition: minor scratches. 80 - 160
1237 FEDERAL STYLE FLIP TOP TABLE. Circa 1940, mahogany "D" shaped top with reeded edge pivots on a base. Base has crossbanded apron and crossbanded apron drawer and line inlaid tapering legs on spade feet. Size: 32" H, 38" W, 18.5" D closed, 36" D. open. Condition: scratches, marks, and rings on the top and nicks to the feet. 150 - 300
1238 5 PART OAK BARRISTER BOOKCASE. Labeled The Globe Wernicke Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Made of quarter sawn fumed oak. Consists of a lower drawer section, three lift front bookcases (one with leaded glass), and a cap. Size: 50" H, 34" W, 11" D. Condition: two small leaded glass pieces have spider cracks. 350 - 600
1239 MAHOGANY DROPLEAF TEACART. Lift off glass tray top. Size: 31" H, 21" W, 37" D. Condition: darkly stained, lack lustre finish. 35 - 70
1240 MULLER FRES LUNEVILLE VASE. Signed "Muller Fres Luneville" red, white, blue, and brown mottled cased glass 7" H vase with polished bottom & open rim. Condition: some very light & small scratches otherwise no major distractions. 300 - 600
1241 4 PELMETS AND 8 DRAPERY. Four custom made rectangular wooden pelmets covered in off-white matelasse and blue and off-white tassel fringe. Eight draperies conformingly trimmed. Size: pelmet 18" H, 5'5" W, 9" D, each pinch pleated curtain panel 9'3" long, 8'wide. 150 - 300
1242 3 PELMETS 6 DRAPERY BEDSPREAD DUST RUFFLE. Floral Chintz fabric (which has been quilted for the pelmets and bedspread) in shades of rust, browns and blues on a cream colored background. Set includes three pelmets, six pinch pleated drapery panels, a king size quilted bedspread (box pleated only on the corners), and a king size box pleated dust ruffle. Size: pelmets 15" H, 5'8" W, 8" D, drapery 40" W at top, 8.5' W at the bottom, 7'9" long. 150 - 300
1243 ITALIAN BURL ROSEWOOD TABLE. Post 1960, Louis XV in style, ink stenciled Made in Italy. Curvilinear shape has one apron drawer raised on cabriole legs. Size: 22" H, 28" W, 32" D. Condition: no defects. 100 - 200
1246 BRASS TRAY ON STAND. Post 1960, German. Curvilinear brass tray rests on a sabre leg stand with faux bamboo cross stretchers which is painted light blue and distressed with dark blue. Size: 18.5" H, 30" W, 16.5" D. Condition: no defects. 100 - 200
1247 2 TIER CONSOLE BY ROUNDTREE. Post 1960, country reproduction. Stained walnut and having one shallow apron drawer. Size: 25" H, 3' W, 20" D. Condition: could benefit from some scratch cover. 40 - 80
1248 ROUND TABLE BY ROUNDTREE. Post 1960. Country french reproduction in the Louis XV style. Distressed finish is darkly stained. Has curvilinear apron raised on cabriole legs. Comes with table pad. Size: 29.5" H, 42" diameter. Condition: good, no detractions. 80 - 160
1249 FRENCH STYLE LOVESEAT. Post 1960. White painted wood frame raised on short cabriole legs with curlique feet. Upholstered in a powder blue and white fabric. Size: 31" H, 5' W, 29" D. Condition: strong frame. 80 - 160
1250 PAINTED SERPENTINE CONSOLE TABLE. Post 1960. Serpentine shape carved with shells and raised on cabriole legs. Size: 32" H, 4'1" W, 22" D. Condition: no defects. 200 - 400
1251 FRENCH 18TH C. STYLE CLOCK. French 18th c. style Rococo boulle decoratefc bracket clock, gilt metal mounts, boulle brass inlay over wood, brass face with blue and white enamelled numerals, interior boulle decoraiton, sunburst face pendulum, topped with winged putti with club on domed acanthus leaf finial. Marked: movement: P LE SPERUT & FILS AINE PARIS. Key marked: Made in England Popular Progess. Size: 20 1/4"H, 10"W, 5"D. Condition: putti on top is loose, one area of boulle metal decoration has separated from body on right side rear. All clocks are sold as is. 500 - 1,000
1252 ELISHA HOTCHKISS JR., CONNECTICUT CLOCK. Circa 1820-1840. Burlington, Connecticut. Floral painted face over reverse painted panel depicting a Greek revival home. Mahogany veneered case with gilt gesso fruit basket pediment, faux painted rosewood pilasters, and carved paw feet. Size: 35" H, 17.5" W, 6" D. Condition: works completely overhauled in Jan. 1998, very minor veneer losses, cracks in the paint on the face. 1,500 - 3,000
1253 FRENCH PORCELAIN CLOCK. Key wind pendulum driven half hour strike porcelain case shelf clock, Rococo style porcelain body, cream body with hand painted flowers and leaves with enamel highlights, gilt floral sprays, gilt beading, pink highlights and edging, enameled clock face with hand painted classical ribbon decoration, beveled glass face cover. Marked: on movement: France, Medaille de Bronze S. Mart a. Cie. 1099 411. No mark on porcelain case. Size: 12"H, 6 3/8"W, 4 1/2"D. Condition: chip on back left top of case, crack in porcelain body on back near back opening panel. All clocks are sold as is. 100 - 200
1254 CAST METAL STATUE "TITANIA". Bronze patinated semi nude female with long hair and blowing drapery. Size: 20" H, 7" diameter. Condition: wear to finish. 300 - 600
1255 SESSIONS BANJO CLOCK. Sessions electric banjo form clock, eagle finial and Mt. Vernon scene on glass over pendulum, side brass decoration. Marked: Sessions Made in USA. Size: 22"H. Condition: glass face cover missing, all clocks sold as is. 50 - 100
1256 CIRCA 1884 WATERBURY CLOCK. 8 day Riverton Clock in a walnut Eastlake Victorian case with stencil decorated glass door and silver pendulum. Size: 20" H, 12" W, 4" D. Condition: no defects. 90 - 180
1257 3 PAUL HERZEL BRONZE BOOKENDS. Three weighted figurines or bookends by noted animal sculptor Paul Herzel, all signed on the base. Early 20th c. (2) Matching figures of Arabs on rearing horses, cold painted. marked: paper label on bottom: Made by master craftsmen POMPEIAN bronze. Size: 9 1/2"H, 6 1/4"W, 2 3/4"D. Condition: one with bent rifle. (1) German Shepherd dog figure, dark patinated. No mark. on bottom. Size: 8 3/4"H, 5"W, 3 1/4"D. Condition: minor wear to surface. 150 - 300
1258 PR REVERSE PTED GLASS SCENES. Pair of reverse painted glass scenes of 19th horse drawn English coaches. One scene is the London Manchester coach, one is the Cambridge London coach. Both are inscribed: (C) C & A Richards 1938 and Vitalie Z.Terlesky. Both are in gilt and ebonized wooden frames with easel backs and hooks for hanging. Size: 15 1/2"L, 12"H. Condition: glass good, dings in wooden frames. 100 - 200
1259 BRONZE PATINATED BAS RELIEF SHIELD. Rams head surmounted shield with scene depicting the beheading of Medusa. Size: 17" H, 12" W, 1.5" D. Condition: no defects. 100 - 200
1260 SERPENTINE NEEDLEWORK STOOL. French made. Serpentine base having cabriole legs upholstered in a beautifully faded floral needlwork. Size: 8" H, 13" W, 9" D. Condition: beautiful original finish, needlework is faded and has some minor moth damage. 40 - 80
1261 HERBERT ROYLE ON THE DOCHART KILLEN O/C. Early 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower left corner and also indicated and titled on the frame plate. Royle (British, 1870-1958) is a listed landscape artist known for scenes of Yorkshire and the Scottish Highlands. This shows a stony, forested creekpath leading to a single span stone bridge. Size: 24" h., 20" w., framed 34" h., 30" w. Condition: no visible defects. 12,000 - 16,000
1262 SIGNED LEON RICHET FLORAL OIL. 19th c.? Oil on canvas. Signed on the left side. Shows yellow, red and pink roses on a table top, that is decorated with an egg & dart decoration. Size: 12" h., 24" w., framed 19" h., 32" w. Condition: one unrepaired tear in an L shape in the middle of the image (2 1/2" x 1 3/4"), one puncture 1" long in the lower right that is partially obscured by overlaid gold paint; the canvas verso is backed by plastic adhesive tape and masking tape where the puncture occurs. 500 - 700
1263 CHANA ORLOFF SEATED WOMAN. Cast brass or bronze. Dated in the cast 1957. Signed in the cast. No foundry mark. Chana Orloff (1888-1968) is a listed artist, primarliy a sculptor, whose subjects are of women, nudes, mothers, etc. She had many of her works cast in bronze. Ex Coll.: Donald Robinson Estate, Pittsburgh, PA. Purchased 1971 at the Gallery Hadassa "K," Tel Aviv, Israel. Size: 21 1/2" h., 9 1/2" deep, 8 1/2" w. Condition: casting imperfection--some areas of the cast are pierced during the investment process, showing holes through the metal (look at the lowered arm). 6,000 - 10,000
1264 LUDWIG KNAUS PAINTING OF A GIRL AND FRUIT. Perhaps early 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed L. Knaus lower right. A girl holds onto a string attached to a bird, in an image perhaps redolent of symbols pertaining to youth and the evanescence of life. Size: 24" h., 18" w., framed 31" h., 24" w. Condition: lacuna on the left edge; the signature appears expunged and repainted smaller in size in the same spot; frame as is. 1,500 - 3,000
1265 JOSE WEISS HARVEST SCENE. Late 19th /early 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left. Weiss (British, 1859-1929) is a listed landscape, farm & animal painter. This image is of a haycart making its way down a road, besides bales of hay. Size: 25" h., 30" w., 39" h., 44" w. Condition: dirty, a little loose. 4,000 - 6,000
1266 M. ZIMMERMAN BAROQUE BUILDING. Dated '62 (1962). Watercolor on paper. Signed lower right. Shows a Baroque stone gate with an oxcart and people outside of it. Perhaps it shows a Mexican scene; it is painted in bright colors and with wet-in-wet technique. Ex Coll.: Donald Robinson, Pittsburgh, PA. Size: 19" h., 26" w., framed 28" h., 34" w. Condition: very slight buckling; otherwise no detractions. 200 - 400
1267 E. LIFSHITZ ABSTRACT PAINTING. 20th c. (1966--marked 66 in the lower right) Oil on canvas. Signed lower right. Shows slashing strokes in many colors. Ex Coll.: Donald Robinson, Pittsburgh, PA. Size: 30 1/2" square, framed 35" square. Condition: no visible detractions. 400 - 600
1268 A. TENHAGEN WINE CELLAR SCENE. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed on the recto and the verso. Entitled "Beim Kellermeister." Shows three men in antique Alpine costumes enjoying wine at a barrel while a smiling monk approaches. Tightly painted in an ilustrative manner. Size: 27" h., 39" w., framed 33" h., 44" w. Condition: very minor craquellure; otherwise no defects; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 900 - 1,100
1269 SIGNED ROOS ALPINE LANDSCAPE. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed "Roos" in the lower left. Misty mountains are the background for a lake and several cabins. Deep blue greens dominate the image; the paint texture is varied between impasto loaded brushwork and smoothly brushed sky and water effects. Size: 24" h., 36" w., framed 32" h., 44" w. Condition: inpainted area off center (in the lake) about 5" long where there is some wear due to abrasion or flaking; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 600 - 800
1270 WOMAN WITH A SHEAF OF WHEAT. 19th c. Oil on canvas. Unsigned. Shows a woman from the thighs up, holding a sheaf of wheat while the sun is setting. The manner and subject matter recall Jules Breton's similar peasant genre portraits in semi-nocturnal settings. Size: 27" h., 20" w., framed 33 1/2" h., 27 1/2" w. Condition: 3 small punctures in the center, top and bottom; one patched repair and two inpainted areas along the damaged spots indicated above; frame as is. 400 - 500
1271 PR VICTORIAN STYLE CANDLESTICKS. Pair of pot metal Victorian style candlesticks, base rests on four scrolled and leaf decorated feet, each shaft flanked by two putti below folded leaf form bobeche, large candles fit into spiralling leaf forms. Marked: 3281 L & L. Size: 14"H, 8"Diam. base. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1272 ART NOUVEAU ENAMEL TRAY. French Art Nouveau enamel and porcelain tray, Rococo style champleve enamel metal footed framework and handles encase enameled porcelain placque in Art Nouveau style with cartouche of jeweled and diademed woman in Art Nouveau pink/ purple iris in the background with lustre and gilt highlights. No mark. Size: 2"H, 12 1/4"L, 7 1/4"W. Condition: metal finish worn, gilt has minor wear. 1,200 - 2,400
1273 4 VINTAGE SALT SHAKERS. Includes: (1) Molded milk glass salt shaker, hand painted floral decoration. No mark. Size:3 3/4"H. Condition: chip on top rim. (1) Molded milk glass container with hand painted berry decoratoin, blue enamel body over milk glass, hinged metal lid with spoon notch. Size: 3 1/4"H. Condition: good. (1) Molded milk glass salt shaker with hand painted stork and cattail decoration. Size: 3 3/4"H. condition: metal finish worn.(1) Molded milk glass salt shaker with floral decoration and shaded green top. Size: 3 3/4"H. Condition: metal finish worn. 60 - 120
1274 TECO ART POTTERY VASE. Arts and Crafts Teco Pottery vase, classic shape, green coloration with charcoaling or dark grey areas over green. Surface with orange peel-like surface texture. Marked: stamped incised "TECO" on bottom. Size: 17"H, 4 1/4"Diam. top, 7"Diam. widest part, 4"Diam. base. Condition: small fleabite on top rim, firing flaw near base. 500 - 1,000
1274A ROSEVILLE FUSCHIA VASE. Roseville American Art Pottery vase, Fuschia pattern, blue textured exterior body, double pierced handle. Marked: (raised script) Roseville USA 347-6. Size: 6"H. 8"diam. widest part. Condition: 1/2"area of roughness on top rim. 100 - 200
1274B ROSEVILLE PINECONE VASE. Small Roseville American Art Pottery vase, Pinecone pattern, pierced twig handle, brown shaded exterior, blue shaded interior. Marked: (raised script) Roseville USA 960-4. Size: 4 1/4"H. 3 3/4"Diam. top. condition: good. 100 - 200
1275 HEINTZ ART METAL CENTER BOWL. c.1912 Arts and Crafts bronze and sterling trophy shaped center bowl produced by Heintz Art Metal Co. and distributed by R.H.Macy & Co. Bronze handled vessel with applied sterling rose branch decoration on each side. Marked: 1868 T. (diamond mark for) Heintz Art Metal Co. Sterling on Bronze Pat. Aug. 27.12/ R. H. Macy Co. Size: 5 1/2"H, 11 1/4"W, 9 1/4"Diam. Condition: cleaned and polished by seller, interior with staining and wear. 300 - 600
1276 GALLE LILY CAMEO VASE. Monumental Art Nouveau style Galle French cameo glass vase, cased dark red over yellow body, body covered with acid cut lily blossoms, buds and leaves. Signed on neck of vase: Galle. Size: 21"H, 6"diam. widest part, 4"Diam. top, 4"Diam. base. Condition: no cracks, chips or other detractions. 1,500 - 3,000
1277 TIFFANY FAVRILE VASE. Blown irridescent glass vase or tumbler by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Art Nouveau design with 8 assymetrically applied and pulled decorative elements around the lower half. Blue and gold favrile irridescent color, ground pontil. marked: on bottom: L.C.T. N8361. Size: 3 7/8"H, 2 3/8"Diam. top, 1 5/8" Diam. base. Condition: no detractions. 500 - 1,000
1278 LALIQUE-LIKE VERLYS GLASS LAMP. c.1936-1940. Verlys Mermaid Lamp base with Directoire blue Lalique-like molded glass body, a continuous frieze of mermaids and fish/ serpents, each mermaid's hair spreads in flower blossom radiating form. Glass shades from dark cobalt blue at base to lighter color near top. Three dimensional frieze with matte finish, top of glass with glass finish. Design attributed to Pierre Davesn. Set in brass stepped base and cap, vase drilled for lamp. Unable to examine bottom of lamp which is fixed in base. No visible mark. Size: glass: 11"H, 7"Diam. widest part, 3 1/2" Diam. top, 5" Diam. base. Lamp: 26 1/2"H. Condition: glass in good condition; old wiring, finish on brass mounts tarnished. 2,000 - 3,000
1279 ARTS & CRAFTS PILLOW VASE. Arts and Crafts pillow vase on four feet, moon or pillow shaped body with two bamboo style handles, fluted top rim, front and back decorated with decaled rose and bamboo scene in pink and green, feet, handles and top in brown, all with gilt highlights. No mark. Size: 10"H, 8 1/2"W, 4 1/2"D. Condition: chips on top rim. 100 - 200
1280 NIPPON CORALENE WALL PLAQUE. Arts and Crafts design with green shaded bird on flowering branch, background shades brown to yellow, coralene glass bead decoration with gilt outlines, gilt beaded border. Marked: US Patnet N BR 912191, Feb. 9, 1909, two lines of Japanese script, Japan. Size: 7 5/8"Diam. Condition: good. See: Nippon Porcelain Book by Joan van Patton, p. 187. 600 - 800
1281 CORALENE CUP. c.1880. Coralene decorated cup, dark pink shading to white satin glass body cased over white, yellow seaweed or coral coralene decoration (glass bead decoration). Applied frosted handle. No mark. Size: 3 3/4"H, 3"Diam. top. Condition: minor loss of beading near base. 150 - 300
1283 1980 FIRST DAY ISSUE STAMPS. Lot is a collection of fifteen First Day Issues of Golden Replica Stamps of the United States in 1980. All fifteen are proof replicas on a gleaming surface of 22K gold. Some of the subjects represented are from the following fields: Performing Arts; Winter Olympics; Medicine and Health; Coral Reefs; Literary Arts and Education. Condition: no visible defects. 240 - 300
1284 1977 QUEEN ELIZABETH II STAMPS. Lot includes an album of Queen Elizabeth II 1977 Silver Jubilee stamps. The stamps depict regions and events commemorating her reign between 1952 and 1977. There are fifty-seven full or partially full pages contained therein with blank pages ready for additional stamp collecting. Condition: no visible defects. 320 - 400
1284A QUEEN ELIZABETH II STAMPS. Lot consists of Queen Elizabeth II stamps in plastic envelopes. Stamps reflect her Silver Jubilee with regions and people of her reign between 1952 and 1977. Many envelopes contain multiple stamps. Condition: no visible defects. 150 - 190
1285 LATE REGENCY SHAVING MIRROR. Mahogany veneer with brass line inlay, oak and pine secondary woods. Architectural triangular pediment. Size: 32" H, 19.5" W, 9.5" D. Condition: original finish is deep and has sheen, cracks from shrinkage of veneer and secondary wood that it's glued to, back mirror support brackets are new replacements (dovetailed in like the original). 400 - 600
1286 INDIAN NECKLACE & ARROWHEAD. Western Plains Souix Breastplate, 25 row beaded breastplate woven with leather and twine, red rounded beads and long bone (?) beads, ends and center decorated with buttons, mounted with old arrowhead in shadowbox frame with blue velvet background. No mark. Size: necklace: 10"W, 10 1/2"L, case 17 1/4"W, 19 1/4"L, 1"D. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1287 3 NATIVE AMERICAN VESSELS C.1920s Three South West Native American pottery vessels, red clay base, fired with blackened smudged surface pattern. (1) Large container with boulbous body and fluted top. Size: 10 1/2"H, 8 1/2"Diam. widest part. Condition: chips in rim. (1) Two handled vessel on three feet with fluted rim. Size: 5 1/2"H, 10"Diam. top. Condition: chips on rim. (1) Small round vessel with four side hole spouts, three feet, incised pine needle decoration on sides. Size: 3"H, 4 3/4"Diam. widest part. Condition: chips. 750 - 1,500
1288 INDIAN BEADED BELT. C.1890. Native American beaded belt with sequins and bugle beads on woven fabric with leather ends and ties, geometric patterns,hand sewn. No mark. Size: 38"L plus cords, 3"H. Condition: wear to leather. 125 - 250
1289 1821 FRAKTUR. 1821 printed fraktur in German with block printed and hand colored decoration with angels, birds and putti, announcing the birth and baptism of Heinrich Settle, born July 31, 1821 in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania, fraktur printed by Johann Ritter & Co. Reading, Pa. Framed with brown matte and wooden frame. Size: Fraktur: 16"H, 13"W, frame: 23 1/2"H, 20"W. Condition: some foxing on paper. See also: lot 1290 for similar fraktur in English. 400 - 800
1290 1825 FRAKTUR. 1825 printed fraktur in English, wood block printed and hand colored decoration with angels, birds, flowers and putti. Annoucing the birth and baptism of Rosina Melon, born August 10, 1825 in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania, baptized October 23, 1825. Fraktur printed byJohn Ritter & Co., Reading, Pa. Framed with brown matte and wooden frame. Size: fraktur: 16"H, 13"W, frame: 23 1/2"H, 20"W. Condition: foxing, crease in paper, tears along edge. See also: lot 1289 for similar fraktur in German. 400 - 800
1291 BRAMHALL ART GLASS SCULPTURE. 1970. Free form hand blown art glass vessel with three interior connections, amber and brown floriform designs on body, narrow neck, made by Peter Bramhall, Vermont artist known for blown glass "interiors". Bramhall began working in glass at the University of Wisconsin in 1964, in 1967 and 1968 he attended the Penland School of Crafts to learn glass blowing. He has taught at the Earlham College in Vermont. Marked: Bramhall 7/20/70. Size: 7 1/2"H, 8"Diam. widest part. Condition: no detractions. 10.12 2,000 - 4,000
1292 VENETIAN BLOWN GLASS CHALICE. Venetian free form blown glass chalice, low shallow bowl, carmel marblized coloration of exterior, supported by four free form single and double branch like shafts rising from clear and swirled glass base. No mark. Size: 10 1/4"H, 8 3/8"Diam. top, 4 3/8"Diam. base. Condition: good. 150 - 300
1293 CONTEMPORARY IRRIDESCENT VASE. Contemporary Art Nouveau style irridescent vase, hand blown with pulled feather decoration over blue glass body. Marked: script: Fiske '95. Size: 6 3/4"H, 2 3/8"Diam. top, 3"Diam. widest part, 2"Diam. base. Condition: good. 25.12 100 - 300
1294 PAPERWEIGHT VASE. Hand blown paperweight vase, clear glass with encased pink blossoms, brown stems and green leaves. No mark (unsigned). Size: 5"H, 2"Diam. top, 4"Diam. widest part, 1 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: some staining on interior bottom. 23.12 100 - 200
1295 TALL PAPERWEIGHT VASE. Hand blown paperweight vase, clear glass with encased purple and white threaded blossoms, green leaves. No mark (unsigned). Size: 8"H, 1 1/2"Diam. top, 3 1/2"Diam. widest part, 1 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: minor scratching on base. 24.12 100 - 200
1296 KAREN ROGERS VASE. Karen Rogers silver overlay glass vase, white body with applied black background and silver overlay birds in flight. Marked: on side of vase: Karen Rogers (fish logo). Size: 13"H, 6"Diam. top, 9"Diam. widest part, 4"Diam. base. Condition: good. 4.12 150 - 300
1297 PEACHBLOOM ROSEBOWL. Peachbloom art glass rose bowl, hand blown glass shading pink to white on bottom, folded fluted rim, classic rose bowl shape, bottom pontil scar. No mark. Size: 3 1/2"H. 4"Diam. widest part. Condition: good. 26.12 50 - 100
1298 19TH C KPM HAND PAINTED VASE. Late 19th c. KPM hand painted hard paste porcelain vase with portrait by Conrad Kiessel (b.Dusseldorf 1846- d.Berlin 1921) award winning artist who won honorable mention at Paris Exposition Universalle 1900. Vase on base raised on three hairy paw feet, raised gilt Neoclassical swag and floral decoration, coiling gilt snake around base of vase, front center hand painted female portrait wearing laurel crown, back center decorated with bands of Neoclassical raised gilt decoration of swags, wreaths and implements. Vase with overall apple green body with raised gilt highlights. Two pierced gilt volute handles with entwined serpents. Marked: portrait signed C. Kiesel, vase signed with blue underglaze line mark of Royal Porcelain Manufactory/State Porcelain Manufactory KPM. Size: 19"H, 6 1/2"Diam. base, 8 1/4"W, 6 1/2"D. Condition: vase drilled for lamp, no lid, lowest portion of base has small white areas in glaze and small areas of pink/purple glaze. 2,000 - 4,000
1299 HAND PAINTED VIENNA VASE. Hand painted porcelain vase, tall cylindrical form with scene of gypsy woman with tamobreen with white enamel highlights. Artist signed E. Keelor. Marked: on bottom of vase: Vienna Austria. Size: 17 1/4"H, 5 1/2"Diam. Condition: good. 1,200 - 2,400
1300 TEPLITZ VICTORIAN BUST. Teplitz porcelain female bust mounted on metal lamp base, elaborate costume with floral corsage and bonnet with feathers, gilt jewel highlights. Marked: Teplitz mark not visible because of metal lamp base. Size: figure 15"H, total size with base: 20"H, 9"W, 8"D. Condition: body crack through figure, minor losses on bonnet and sleeves. 200 - 400
1301 CLASSICAL STYLE SIDEBOARD. Pediment backsplash, three tier top, three apron drawers (one ogee) and two doors (one concealing four linen slides above an open storage space). Doors lock on the side (we have the key). Size: 4' H, 7' W, 22" D. Condition: finish is oxidized. 1,200 - 1,800
1302 ROBBER BARON CARVED ARMCHAIRS. See lot 1303 for matching sidechairs. Oak, circa 1900. Ornately carved with busts, female carytids, male carytid legs, face masks, fruit and shells. Upholstered in an off white moire background with acqua, light blue, and pink stripes. Size: 58" H, 27" W, 25" D. Condition: original finish, sturdy chairs, clean fabric. 1,400 - 1,800
1303 ROBBER BARON CARVED SIDECHAIRS. See lot 1302 for matching armchairs. Oak, circa 1900. Carved with female and male carytids, face masks, shells, and fruit. Size: 52" H, 19" W, 19" D. Condition: original finish, crest rails are slightly loose, small chips out of crest rail seam, 6" vertical crack in the female carytid. 400 - 600
1304 CHARAK FURN CO, BOSTON CARVED LOWBOY. Having five drawers, scalloped apron, and raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. Size: 30" H, 3' W, 20" D. Condition: minor scratches. 250 - 500
1306 HAMADAN RUG 3 1/2 X 5 FT. Hamadan rug, iron red, blue and black with geometric pattern. Size: 3'6" x 5'. Condition: good. All rugs sold as is, please examine before bidding. 250 - 500
1307 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SAROUK, 3 X 7 1/2'. Antique Persian Sarouk rug, iron red, blue and black with overall geomeetric decoration. Size: 2'10" x 7'6". Condition: no fringe, two tears along edges. All rugs sold as is, please examine before bidding. 250 - 500
1308 ORIENTAL RUG 104 X 70". Beige ground, double blue grey border, with stylized floral and branch decoration, in coral, olive, emerald green, iron red. No mark. Size: 8'8" x 5'10". Condition: fringe slightly worn, good pile. 250 - 500
1309 5FT 4IN X 3FT HAMADAN RUG. All wool, gray center medallion on a reddish field. Condition: fringe is good, all sales are final. 200 - 400
1310 SAROUK RUG, 47 X 30". Red background, paradise garden motif. Condition: short edges worn, one portion of long end worn, stained. 200 - 400
1311 GIRL WITH A PEACOCK FEATHER. 19th c. Oil on canvas. Unsigned. This shows a young woman, in green, holding a peacock feather and a broom. This is a well done European genre portrait set in an old frame with a tag affixed to it that reads "....er & Holmes, Picture Frame Makers, Boston, Mass." Size: 30" h., 20" w., framed 37" h., 27" w. Condition: relined; some craquellure visible; frame as is. 800 - 1,200
1312 RECUMBENT CRANE NETSUKE. Described as tagua nut ("vegetable ivory"), with engraved details and rubbed in color. Shows a crane lying down. Size: 1 1/8" h., 2" long. Condition: no visible defects. 60 - 100
1313 INTERTWINED FISH NETSUKE. Described as tagua nut ("vegetable ivory"), this material is often used as an ivory substitute. It has a long and distinguished history as a carving material; when ripened and dried, it has the characteristics of ivory. This netsuke shows two intertwined catfish. Size: 1 1/2" h. Condition: no defects. 60 - 100
1314 RAT ON A CLAM NETSUKE. Described as tagua nut ("vegetable ivory"), a material used frequently in small carvings and button making (up to WW2) in place of ivory. Also known as Binroji nut in Japanese. Shows a rat whose tail is caught in a shut clam shell. Size: 1 1/4" h., 1 1/2" w. Condition: no visible defects. 60 - 100
1315 FAT GROUSE NETSUKE. Ivory, bone or similar material. Size: 1 1/8" h., 1 1/2" w. Condition: no defects. 60 - 100
1316 1868 SAMPLER. Signed and dated 1868 sampler made by JAG. Sample consists of three rows of alphabet letters, the field below has red and green cross stitch decoration surrounding center initials and date. Size: 12 7/8"H, 12 1/4"W. Condition: recently reframed. Edges of sampler missing or folded behind. Some stains on sampler, one area of loss on right center area. 300 - 500
1317 COILED SNAKE NETSUKE. Ivory or bone. The snake's scales are stippled in and rubbed with color, as is his toungue. Size: 1 1/8" h. Condition: no defects. 60 - 100
1318 CHURCH INTERIOR SIGNED HULL. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Shows a wedding occurring in a large Catholic neo-Gothic styled church. Size: 26" h., 32" w., framed 31" h., 38" w. Condition: slight paint flaking; damage to the frame. 500 - 700
1319 EARLY 19TH C LADDERBACK ARMCHAIR. Finely formed rails and finial, strong splint seat, and ball front feet. Size: 46" H, 21" W, 19" D. Condition: no detractions. 1,500 - 2,000
1320 RATS ON A BASKET NETSUKE. Bone or tagua nut. Size: 1" h., 1 1/2" w. Condition: no defects. 60 - 100
1321 FOUR WATCHES & THREE BANDS. (1) Timex watch with metal flexible band. Condition: crystal is scratched; watch does not appear to work. (2) Belforte watch with a Baldwin stainless steel flexible band. Marked: Antimagnetic; Waterproof; Dustproof; Chrome Plated Bezel; St. Steel Back. Condition: dial, bbezel and band are discolored; watch does not appear to work. (3) Hamilton Electronic watch with a Speidel flexible band. Condition: crystal is scratched; band is discolored; watch does not appear to work. (4) Acqua watch with a stainless steel flexible band. Marked: CR 1216 CELL; Water Resistant; Philippines; Base Metal Bezel; Stainless Steel Back. Condition: crystal is scratched; needs new battery. Also incudes two Speidel 1/20 10K gold filled flexible bands and one stainless steel band. Condition: minor scratches on gold bands. 20 - 40
1322 ASSORTED COSTUME JEWELRY. (1) Trifari pearl and gold leaf necklace and matching bracelet. Bracelet length: 6.5". Necklace length: 12.5". Condition: minor discolorations on bracelet. (2) gold mesh multi-strand necklace with matching bracelet. Bracelet length: 6". Necklace length: 15". Condition: no visible defects. (3) Sarah Coventry silver coiled necklace and matching bracelet. Bracelet length: 7". Necklace length: 35". Condition: no visible defects. (4) Three Sarah Coventry silver interlocking chain necklaces and a matching bracelet. Necklace lengths: 15-29". Bracelet length: 7". Condition: no visible defects. (5) Silver herringbone chain. Unmarked. Chain length: 15". Condition: no visible defects. (6) Blue stone ring in silver metal setting. Unmarked. Ring size: 5. Condition: band is broken. 25 - 75
1323 TOLE TABLE LAMP, POST 1960. Blueish-grey paint with gilt festoon, ribbon, and open fretwork banded decoration. Size: base is 22" H, 9" diameter, lamp shade is 19" dia. Condition: no defects or detractions. 20 - 40
1324 PAIR OF CAST FIGURAL LAMPS, POST 1960. Signed "David". Boy and girl carrying baskets. Made of a whitish ceramic or resin, in a light blueish/grey wash. Size: base 17" H, 5.5" W, shade 13" diameter. Condition: very good, no defects. 30 - 60
1325 CAST RESIN FIGURAL LAMP. Post 1960. Depicting children with a dish of grapes, in a dark blueish-grey color. Size: figures 13" H, 6" base. Condition: no defects or detractions. 20 - 30
1326 PR CHINESE LAMPS Pair of Chinese porcelain mounted lamps with mirror image hand painted genre scenes of women playing board game in interior setting while another woman fishes from a boat in a lily pond. Cylindrical form of lamp body decorated on top and bottom with western style iron red and black classical decoration, fitted on pierced metal base. Comes with pleated shaped silk shades. No visible mark on porcelain, metal base marked: UB 215. Size: porcelain 13"H, lamp 29 1/2"H, 6 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: good, comes with old wiring. 200 - 400
1327 JAPANESE FIGURAL LAMP. Japanese figural lamp with hand painted and gilt decorated porcelain Geisha standing beside a small vase of flowers. Figure set in filigree metal base, metal arm supports light and shaped silk shade. Marked: no visible mark. size: figure: 15"H, base: 9"diam. lamp: 32"H. Condition: silk shade stained and dirty, cord cut, minor chips on flowers in vase. 60 - 120
1328 PR CRYSTAL BOUDOIR LAMPS. Pair of crystal boudoir lamps, squared bases, notched support above squared base, fluted glass shaft, notched top, crystal ball finial, with silk shade. No mark. Size: 22 1/2"H, 4" x 4" square base, 7"Diam. shade. Condition: one lamp with chip in glass shaft, one with cracks in base decoration. 40 - 80
1329 PR RUSSIAN BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Pair of Russian brass candlsticks with crystal shade and pendant drops. Brass stepped base, shaft with center knob, five cut crystal pendant prisms hang from top, large fitted cut crystal hurricane shades top each candlestick, shades with geometric cutting. Marked: on base: Bb MOCKBb bP LOPABEBbl. Size: brass sticks: 13"H, 4 5/8"Diam. base, pendant prisms 5"L, shades: 10"H, 6 1/4"Diam. top. condition: glass in good condition, minor dings on brass candlesticks. 400 - 500
1330 13 PC CRYSTAL CORDIAL SET. 13 piece crystal cordial set includes: 9 cut crystal cordial glasses, three small cut glass decanters, one brass and enamel decorated holder. Both glasses and decanters decorated with a band of strawberry diamond patterns. Cordials with star cut bottoms, fluted stems. Decanter stoppers with matching decoration. Stand with two levels and hand painted floral enamel decoration on red ground, brass baluster center handle with ring finial, raised on four brass feet. No mark. Size: cordial glasses 4"H, decanter 9 5/8"H, stand 11"H, 11 1/4"Diam. widest part. Condition: one cordial glass with plain bottom, decoration on stand worn, brass finish worn. 100 - 200
1331 6 CROWN DUCAL CUPS AND SAUCERS. Six English cups and saucers with Japonaise decoration, Japanese lanterns and bamboo branches on black ground, cups with black decorated exterior, royal blue interiors. Marked: Crown Ducal Ware England Rd.No. 706200. Size: cups: 3 3/4"Diam. top, 2"H. Saucers: 5 3/4"Diam. Condition: all in good condition. 14.12 100 - 200
1332 18 ANGELICA KAUFMANN PIECES. 16 pieces of porcelain decorated with two different Angelica Kaufmann images, all marked "M" in circle. Includes: 6 plates 7 1/4"Diam., 3 saucers 6"Diam, 5 cups 3 5/8"Diam. top, creamer 4 1/2"H, waste bowl 4 3/4"Diam, 3"H. Condition: good. 2 other pieces, creamer and lidded sugar bowl, identical images, lustre body, gilt variant handles. Marked: FBS Czechoslovakia 5536. Size: creamer 3 1/4"H, sugar bowl 4"H. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1333 DRESDEN PORCELAIN GROUP. Hand painted porcelain figural group, 18th c. style, seated woman with basket and man with musical instrument on rococo style base with gilt highlights and Dresden lace ornamentation. Marked: N Dresden. Size: 5"H, 5"W, 3 1/4"D. Condition: good. 28.12 60 - 120
1334 DRESDEN LACE FIGURE. 18TH C. Style woman in Dresden lace decorated dress with bouquet of flowers on gilt rocaille base. Marked: (Capodimonte mark) crown over N, 419, : fubris... Size: 4 1/2"H, 4 1/2"W, 4 1/2"D. Condition: several losses to lace around dress hem. 30 - 60
1335 3 OLD PARIS VASES (AS-IS). Same blank used for all three, two painted as a pair (gilt almost completely worn off and having one chip); the single on painted with flowers and having a pink base is also chipped and has wear to the gilt. Size: 5" H, 4" W, 2.25" D. 20 - 40
1336 PAIR 17TH C. FAIENCE BIRD FORM PITCHERS. Handpainted bird form handled pitchers in colors of green, golden yellow, and blue. Size: 8.5" H, 4 3/8" diameter. Condition: both lids are glued on, and have paint losses. One has three large foot pieces reglued, the other one has 2 large chips in the base and a reglued bottom beak. 500 - 1,000
1337 ITALIAN MAJOLICA LUSTRE BOWL. Italian ting glazed earthenware lustre bowl with center design of putti in landscape with floral and geometric decorative bands on exterior and interior sides. Marked: made in Italy A. Size: 3 5/8"H, 10 1/2"Diam. top, 5 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: one small chip on rim, firing flaw in center of bowl. 80 - 160
1338 ITALIAN MAJOLICA DISH. Italian majolica ovoid dish, fluted edge, white ground with Renaissance inspired Pompeian decoration of griffins, birds and female herm in blue, yellow and iron red. Marked: F. Bianchi Fabbrica Napoli 29 Chiatamone. Size: 9 1/4"L, 4 1/4"W, 1 1/4"H. Condition: minor roughness along edge. 17.12 40 - 80
1339 6 PC VICTORIAN WASH BASIN SET. c.1900. Six piece Victorian toilet item set with decaled groups of roses and daisies and carnations and daisies, raised body decoration, C scroll handles, gilt speckled highlights. Manufactured by Glasgow Pottery Co. (John Moses & Co.) Trenton, N.J. makers of toilet ware. Marked: (Crown) Psyche Royal Porcelain J M & C. Set includes: (1) large water pitcher, 12"H, 11"Diam. widest part. (1) matching bowl, 4 1/2"H, 16 1/2"Diam. top. (1) smaller water pitcher, 8 1/2"H, 7"Diam. widest part. (1) chamber pot and lid with pierced handle, 8 1/2"H, 10"Diam. widest part. (1) waste bowl, 6"H, 5 1/2"Diam. widest part. (1) soap dish with drain plate, 2 1/2"H, 6"Diam. widest part. Condition: no chips, minor crazing. 250 - 500
1340 ENGLISH ARTS & CRAFTS VASE. English Arts and Crafts pillow or moon vase with side three dimensional dragon body handles, front decoration with three dimensional polychromed pansies and fern leaves, back decorated with raised pattern and delicate painted tendril decoration, base and top rim decorated in brown, overall gilt and lustre highlights. Marked: England 311. Size: 13"H, 10"W, 3 1/2"D. Condition: minor damage to several pansy blossoms and leaf ends. 100 - 200
1341 5 PC ENGLISH TEA SET. Five piece English tea set with melon shaped bodies, repousse floral and rococo decorated lobes. Includes: (1) Melon shaped teapot with hinged lid, melon finial, two bone or ivory insulators on handle. Size: 6 1/2"H, 11"W, 6 1/2"D. Weight: 18 troy oz. (1) Melon shaped hot water kettle on stand. Same decoration, fixed handle, two bone or ivory insulators on handle. Size: 17"H, 11"W, 9"D. kettle is attached to stand by two keys on chains. Kettle: 33 troy oz. stand 24 troy oz. plus burner. Kettle and stand not marked. (1) Sugar bowl with two handles and matching decoration. Size: 5 1/2"H, 8 1/2"W, 5 1/2"D. Weight: 12 troy oz. (1) Creamer with matching decoration. Size: 5 3/4"H, 5"W, 3 1/2"D. Weight: 7 troy oz. (1) Coffee pot with similar decoration, different base rim, two bone or ivory insulators on handle. No mark. Sie: 10 1/2"H, 9"W, 5 1/2"D. Weight: 21 troy oz. Marked: teapot, creamer and sugar bowl marked: 5888 (Crown E & Co) (E) (M) (& Co).[Z]. No recognizable sterling mark found. 4,000 - 8,000
1342 ENGLISH SILVER SERVING TRAY. Footed, shaped dished serving tray with pierced handles, wide bright cut decoration, center cartouche with knight's helmet and unicorn head. Border of raised C scroll and acanthus leaf decoration, silvered metal, probably plated. No mark. Size: 29"L, 20"W, 2 1/2"D. Condition: several minor rust spots. 200 - 400
1343 STERLING APOSTLE SPOON. English sterling Apostle spoon, St. Paul on finial of twisted stem, herm grotesque attachment to bowl. Marked: hallmarks on bottom of bowl: (crossed shield) (rampant lion) (U in shield) (SsWH&Ld). Size: 7"L. Weight: 44.8 grams. Condition: good. 200 - 400
1344 CONTINENTAL REPOUSSE BRIDAL BASKET. Stamped hallmark of a windmill flanked by two tobacco pipes. Silver on copper. Repousse design of same two courtiers in a wooded landscape on all four sides. Has a reticulated handle and top edge. Size: 20" H, 10" W, 8" D. Condition: minor rocking from side to side. 125 - 250
1345 2 CONTINENTAL REPOUSSE PIECES. Stamped hallmark of a windmill flanked by two tobacco pipes. Includes a hot water kettle on stand and a pitcher. Silver on copper. Depicts people drinking, dancing, playing music, with windmills in the background. Size: kettle on stand 14" H, 11" W, 6.25" D; pitcher 6.25" H, 10" W, 6" D. Condition: wear to silver on high spots, minor bent corner on kettle lid, burner missing. 175 - 350
1346 PAIR CONTINENTAL REPOUSSE CANDLESTICKS. Stamped Hallmark of a windmill flanked by smoking pipes. Silver on copper. Hexagonal sticks with repousse decoration depict windmills, people, houses, and scrolling leafage. Size: 12.5" H, 5" W, 5" D. Condition: wear to the silver, one stick was broken just above the base and has been resoldered but is slightly crooked. 60 - 120
1347 PAIR OF REPOUSSE CONTINENTAL VASES. Stamped hallmark of a windmill flanked by two tobacco pipes. Silver on copper. Repousse decoration of cartouches with people smoking and playing cards, and cupids. Have reticulated bases. Size: 8" H, 3.75" diameter. Condition: wear to the silver on high spots. 60 - 120
1348 GORHAM AESTHETIC MOVEMENT KNIFE. Gorham Aesthetic movement fruit knife, mixed metals, sterling blade with incised bright cut floral decoration, monogramed "E.F", handle cast brass colored metal, one side with raised insects and bees, one side raised floral motif. Marked: (Gorham hallmark) Sterling [on blade]. Size: 7 3/4"L. Condition: wear, museum accession number painted on knife. 100 - 200
1349 4 GORHAM LANCASTER KNIVES. Four Gorham sterling "Lancaster" 1897 pattern knives, hollow handle with silverplate blade, monogramed "MEM". Marked: (Gorham hallmark) Sterling. Size: 9 5/8"L. Condition: age appropriate wear. 100 - 200
1350 PR ROGERS MARQUISE CANDELABRA. Pair of Rogers Brothers silverplate candelabra, Marquise pattern, Georg Jensen like pierced stylized floral decorated shaft, two branches, three lights, leaf decorated base with beaded rim. Marked: Marquise 1847 Rogers Bros. 009156 I S. Size: 10"W, 8 1/2"H, 4 1/4"Diam. base. Condition: minor wear. 60 - 120
1351 EUROPEAN LANDSCAPE. 19th c.? Oil on canvas. Signed, but indistinct (A.J. Sunnig?) lower left. Shows two people walking down a path between houses, towards a lake or sea. The style and breezy brushwork include technical references to past landscape manners: Impressionist color, the thin paint and glazes of earlier eras, one point perspective, but the overall effect is a mix of all of these. Size: 22 1/2" h., 36" w., framed 34" h., 49" w. Condition: very fragile and flaking paint among the foliage imagery (varnish or varnish mixed with the paint); surface irregularities in the upper left corner including repainting over a small tearand warpage; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 1,000 - 1,200
1352 LETICIA TARRAGO LA ESPERA. 20th c. Color etching. Signed in pencil. 17/100. This listed Mexican artist focusses on women in her imagery, with a surreal approach. This image shows two pixie-ish women with crocodile clouds looming above them. Line etching, soft ground and aquatint techniques are used to good effect in this etching. Size: to platemark: 12" h., 15 1/4" w., paper size 16" h., 19 1/2" w. Condition: triple embossed with a RG seal. 125 - 200
1353 LETICIA TARRAGO LA PLAZA ETCHING. 20th c. Color etching. 11/50. Signed in pencil. This listed Mexican artist shows a plaza with green buildings, a head with wings and a pump of some sort. Size: to platemark 8 1/4" h., 20" w., paper size 11 5/8" h., 22" w. Condition: no defects. 125 - 200
1354 LETICIA TARRAGO ANGEL ETCHING. 20th c. Color etching. Signed in pencil. 17/100. This listed Mexican artist shows a crowned angel standing against a red background; horses fly within the red sky. Inked a la poupee. Size: to the platemark 12" h., 15 1/4" w., paper size 16" h., 19 1/2" w. Condition: no defects. 125 - 200
1355 ROAD AT SUNSET WATERCOLOR. 20th c. Watercolor on paper. Unsigned. Shows a dirt road leading back in one-point perspective, past a house on the right and towards an orange sunset. Size: 8 1/2" h., 5 1/2" w., framed 14 3/4" h., 11 1/2" w. Condition: browned mat (acidic); no other visible detractions. 50 - 75
1356 FIELD AND TREE PASTEL. Late 19th c or early 20th c. Pastel on paper. Signed indistinctly (Bradley?). Shows a still pond on the right, a clump of trees to the left and a house in the flat landscape. Size: 7 1/2" h., 15 1/2" w., framed 11 3/4" h., 19 3/4" w. Condition: no visible defects; frame is as is. 120 - 175
1357 WILLIAM D. FAIVRE FAIRY TALE PAINTING. Dated 1934. Oil on canvas. Signed in the lower right corner and on the verso. This image is painted with the clarity of an illustration, perhaps to be used for reproduction. Shown are the characters from several fairy tales: Hansel and Gretel and the witch with the ginger bread house, Alice with the rabbit of hearts, Little Red Riding Hood, fairy with insect wings, and Cinderella (?) and the pumpkin. Size: 25" h., 36" w., framed 31" h., 42" w. Condition: light and minor craquellure; otherwise it just needs a cleaning. 1,200 - 1,500
1358 LEOPOLD OF DESSAU PHOTOGRAVURE. Late 19th c. / early 20th c. On lightweight paper. After an H. Prell painting, this photogravure shows the Rococo era Leopold departing Anneliese, his sweetheart. Additional information about the story is attached to the back of the frame. Size: 8" h., 10" w., framed 15 1/2" h., 17 1/2"w. Condition: yellowed, slightly buckled; frame as is. 50 - 75
1359 WATERCOLOR: AMARYLLIS AND BUTTERCUPS. 20th c. On paper. Monogrammed L.B.L. Finely painted image of these flowers in close-up makes this appear to have been, perhaps, an illustration for publication. Size: 12" h., 9 1/4" w., framed 19" h., 16 1/4" w. Condition: old mat and very faint yellowing at the edges of the image that touch the mat; otherwise good. 100 - 200
1360 S. ARLENT EDWARDS MEZZOTINT. Early 20th c. Color mezzotint. Pencil signed in the lower margin. Shows a Rococo era woman with a green hat, pink dress, and ruffled gloves. Size: 13" h., 10" w., framed 19" h., 16" w. Condition: no visible detractions; frame as is. 125 - 180
1361 7FT.3IN. X 5FT.5IN. ANTIQUE KAZAK CAUCASIAN. c. 1900. The rug has strong colors in an overall geometric pattern. Condition: age appropiate wear; tears on one edge; minor wear on body. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 2,000 - 4,000
1362 13FT. 4IN. X 3FT. 5IN. ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUNNER. c. 1920. The rug has a center black background with an overall geometric pattern in tones of red, blue, brown and yellow. Condition: age appropiate wear; wear on edges; fringe worn and repaired on one end; fringe missing on one end. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 700 - 900
1363 9FT. 4IN. X 12FT. 1IN. BOKHARA RUG. The rug has a vibrant red background with an overall geometric pattern. Condition: good; looks like new. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 800 - 1,000
1364 42IN X 50 IN NAVAJO RED MESA C.1920. Cream ground with reddish, blackish, and shades of brown diamond shapes. Condition: good. All sales are final. 500 - 800
1365 19TH CENT. FAMILLE VERTE VASE. With panels depicting people and flowers. Size: 18" H, 6.5" dia. Condition: no chips, no cracks. 500 - 700
1367 19TH C. CHINESE INCENSE BURNER. Blue and white bowl handpainted figures. Size: 5.5" H, 9.5" dia. Condition: has numerous brown specs and glaze separation on the bottom. 400 - 600
1368 SANG DE BEOUF VASE. Chinese porcelain vase with oxblood exterior glaze, white interior. Marked: (blue underglaze) Chinese calligraphy in double ring. size: 11 1/4"H, 7"Diam. widest part, 3"Diam. top, 3 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: good. 200 - 400
1369 KOREAN VASE. Tall form porcelain vase with blue grape leaves and vines, brown grape clusters. No mark. Size: 13 1/2"H, 7"Diam. widest part, 3"Diam. top, 3 1/4"Diam. base. Condition: granular texture on base, several firing flaws throughout surface of vase. 150 - 300
1370 19TH C KOREAN VASE HANDPAINTED W/ GRAPES. Grapes are painted in a brownish color. Size: 14" H, 12" diameter. Condition: glaze is pitted which is normal for this type of ware. 700 - 1,000
1371 PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE FAUTEUILS. Parcel gilt and cream painted frames carved with lambstongue, guilloche, and spiral ribbon. Upholstered in a plush cocoa colored fabric. Size: 39" H, 24" W, 22" D. Condition: strong frames. 500 - 800
1372 EASTLAKE WASHSTAND. Eastlake marble top washstand, 19th c. Top drawer, 2 side drawers, one side door. Variegated pink marble top, back splash and side brackets. Incised decoration. Size: 32" w., 35" w., 17" deep. Condition: hardware missing from side door; one marble side bracket missing; minor chips to marble. 200 - 300
1373 VICTORIAN MARBLE TOP TABLE. Burl walnut veneer. Curvacious molded edged x-form base with a central turned spindle. Size: 29" H, 21" W, 15" D. Condition: good. 150 - 300
1374 31 INCH GILT CORINTHIAN PEDESTAL. Size: 31" H, 18" W, 18" D. Condition: slightly warped top covered in a foil wall paper, two flowers each have one missing petal. 80 - 160
1375 OAK CAMPAIGN CHEST BY HICKORY MANUF. Two drawers with campaign pulls and corner braces. Size: 22" H, 30" W, 19" D. Condition: 1/2" x 4" green residue mark on the top, minor scratches. 40 - 80
1376 BAROQUE STYLE BENCH. Leaf carved square tapering legs and floral carved arched stretchers. Size: 16" H, 47.5" W, 18" D. Condition: strong frame has been refinished and is ready for your upholsterer. 300 - 500
1378 PAIR OF ROSE CARVED SIDECHAIRS. Having through caned seats and hip braces. Size: 34" H, 18" W, 18" D. Condition: sturdy frames. 200 - 400
1379 PAIR OF WHITE MARBLE PEDESTALS. Having ring turned columns. Size: 40" H, 10" W, 10" D. Condition: no defects. 200 - 400
1380 CHIPPENDALE STYLE KNEEHOLE DESK. Post 1940, with mahogany gadrooned top, serpentine drawers, and claw and ball feet. Size: 30" H, 42" W, 21" D. Condition: good finish. 125 - 250
1381 COPPER COAL SCUTTLE. Helmet shaped copper coal scuttle with blue and whtie floral decorated porcelain handles, cast brass decoration of angel and lion heads. No mark. Size; 16"H, 16"L, 12"W. Condition: wear and minor dents. 100 - 200
1382 BRASS FIREPLACE BOX. Brass fireplace box with repousse top and side decoration, Top with 18th c. style village scene, front and sides with textured brass covering, wood lined. No mark. Size: 10 1/2"H, 17"W, 10 3/4"D. Condition: wear to finish, replacement hinges on lid. 60 - 120
1383 COPPER COAL SCUTTLE. Helmet shaped copper coal scuttle with brass swing arm and turned black wooden handles. No mark. size: 16"H, 14"L, 12"W. conditoin: wear and minor dents, handle loose. 75 - 150
1384 COPPER BOILER Ovoid shaped copper boiler, turned wooden handle. No mark. Size: 13"H, 28"L, 12"D. Condition: no lid, exterior polished, rust on metal handle supports, minor dents. 50 - 100
1385 WROUGHT IRON FIREPLACE TOOLS. Forged wrought iron fireplace tools includes stand with tripod base, triangular top support, brush, shovel, fork or hook and tongs. All but tongs decorated with flared scrolled forged ends, twisted shafts and hammer surface. No mark. Size: stand: 34"H, fork/hook 30"H, brush 30"H, shovel 31"H, tongs 28"H. Condition: wear to metal. 100 - 200
1386 TRIPOD PLANT STAND. Wrought iron tripod plant stand, twisted center columns, forged dragon head feet, gilt body, polychromed rosette top finials holding round black varigated marble top. No mark. size: 24 1/2"H, 9"Diam. top. Condition: chips in marble top, wear to gilt finish on metal. 50 - 100
1387 FIRE PLACE FENDER. Black metal mesh and brass trimmed fire place fender, five acorn brass finials, wide U shaped form. No mark. Size: 23"H, 8"W, 18"D. Condition: age appropriate wear. 100 - 200
1388 PR BRASS ANDIRONS. Pair of brass baluster shaped andirons on Queen Anne style feet. No mark. Size: 23"H, 8"W, 18"D. Condition: iron back supports rusting, minor wear and corrosion to brass. 80 - 160
1389 BRASS LOG HOLDER. Curved brass log holder with swing handle, four hairy paw feet with leafy decorated tops. No mark. Size: 14"H, 22"L, 12"W. condition: minor corrosion on interior. 50 - 100
1390 BRASS TEAPOT. Ovoid brass teapot on four feet with opalescent glass handle, tin lined. No mark. Size: 8"H, 10"L, 7 1/2"D. Conditoin: minor dings. 50 - 100
1391 5 PC GROSVENOR TEASET. Five piece Community Plate "Grosvenor Pattern" Adam style tea set, includes: teapot, creamer, covered sugar, waste bowl and tray. All with repousse swag decoration, all monogramed "D or F". Marked: (hallmarks) Community Plate Grosvenor. Size: teapot: 11"H, 9 1/2"W, 3 1/2"D. creamer: 6 1/4"H, 4 1/4"W, 2 1/4"D. Sugar bowl: 6"H, 7 1/2"W, 3 1/2"D. waste bowl, oval footed: 2 1/2"H, 6 1/2"W, 4 1/2"D. Tray, oval shaped: 18 1/4"L, 12"W, 1 1/4"H. Condition: wear and scratches, dent in creamer. See also: lots 1392, 1393. 100 - 200
1392 3 PC COMMUNITY GROSVENOR ITEMS. Three pieces of Community silverplate in Grosvenor pattern, Adams style decoration. (1) Double covered serving dish, repousse classical swag decoration, lid doubles as second serving dish, monogramed "E or F". Marked: Community Plate 14940. Size: 12"L, 8"W, 3"H. Condition: wear and scratches. (2) Gravy boat and underplate. Both monogramed: "E or F". Boat marked: Community Plate 11945, underplate marked: Community Plate 11947. Size: gravy boat: 8 3/4"L, 3 1/4"W, 3 1/2"H. Underplate: 9"L, 4 1/2"W, 3/4"H. Condition: wear and scratches. See also: lots 1291, 1393. 40 - 80
1393 83 PC COMMUNITY GROSVENOR FLATWARE. 83 pieces of Community plate "Grosvenor" pattern Adam style classically decorated flatware. Includes: (6) soup spoons, 7 3/8"L. (12) ice tea spoons, 7 1/2"L. (11) salad forks, 6 1/8"L. (13) dinner forks, 7 3/4"L. (23) teaspoons, 6"L. (15) dinner knives, 9 1/2"L. (1) ladle, 7"L. (1) serving spoon, 8 1/2"L. (1) serving fork, 8 1/2"L. All monogramed "E or F". Condition: minor wear and scratches. See also: lot 1391, 1392. 50 - 100
1394 LUNT STERLING CHALICE. Lunt sterling chalice, classical chalice form sterling goblet. Marked: Lunt Stering 031. Size: 6 1/2"H, 3 3/8"Diam. top, 2 7/8"Diam. base. Weight: 120 grams. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1395 PR MATTHEWS STERLING CANDLESTICKS. Pair of short sterling candlesticks with gadrooned stepped round bases, short baluster shaft, gadrooned top edge. Marked: (Matthews Co. Newark N.J. Hallmark) Sterling 700-4 Cement filled. Size: 4"H, 4"Diam. base. Condition: one with minor dings in base, one with major dent in base. 30 - 60
1396 6 STERLING SALT SHAKERS. Six sterling salt shakers includes: (2) Tall sterling salt shakers with repoussse scroll decoration on body. Marked: NCSO Sterling Weighted 9000. Size: 5 1/2"H. Condition: dents on top of shakers. (2) Classically shaped sterling salt shakers with gadrooned decoration, glass insert to hold salt. Marked: Crown Sterling Weighted. Size: 4 1/2"H. Condition: good. (2) Pair of sterling salt shakers, baluster shape, straight gadrooned bands, ribbed lower portion, glass insert to hold salt. Marked: Sterling Weighted by Duchin. Size: 5 1/4"H. Condition: dents in the top shaker, dings in base. 40 - 80
1397 3 STERLING COMPOTES. Includes: (2) Pair of sterling compotes, gadrooned, fluted edges. Marked: Sterling Reinforced with Cement. Size: 6"H, 6"Diam. top, 3"Diam. base. Condition: dents.(1) Fisher sterling compote, four ringed rolled rim, baluster stem. Marked: Fisher Sterling Weighted. Size: 5 1/4"H, 6 1/4"Diam. top, 2 3/4"Diam. base. Condition: dents in body of compote. 30 - 60
1398 SMALL STERLING TROPHY. Small sterling trophy shaped container, possible a sugar bowl, two handled footed form. Marked: Sterling Reinforced with Cement 140. Size: 3 3/4"H, 5 1/4"W, 3 1/2"D. Condition: minor ding on base rim. 30 - 60
1399 ALVIN STERLING SUGAR TONGS. Alvin sterling sugar tongs with raised rose pattern decoration on sides. Marked: Alvin Patent. (no sterling mark) Size: 4 5/8"L. Condition: good. 25 - 50
1400 SILVER MESH WINE BOTTLE POURER. Silver mesh wine bottle pourer in basket weave pattern of repeated Star of David design, front curved bottle neck closure unhinges at one end. Marked: Crown France V & H in shield. Size: 10 1/2"L, 8 1/4"H, 4 1/4"W. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1401 COMMUNITY SILVERPLATE TEAPOT. Silverplate footed teapot, rococo style on four feet, bright cut decorated bulbous body, repousse decorated spout, C scroll top rim, hinged lid with finial, two ebony colored insulators on C scroll handle. Marked: Ascot Sheffield Design by Community. Size: 9"H, 10"W, 6 1/2"D. Condition: minor wear on inside. 50 - 100
1402 2 STERLING COMPOTES. Two sterling compotes include: (1) Sterling compote with repousse decorative edge and eight interior cartouches, scalloped rim. Marked: Sterling Reinforced with cement. Size: 6"H, 6 1/2"Diam. top, 3"diam. base. Condition: minor dents. (1) Fisher sterling compote with reticulated border, gadrooned edge. Marked: Sterling (Fisher Silversmiths Inc. hallmark ) Weighted 903. Size: 6"H, 5 1/2"Diam. top, 2 3/4"Diam. base. Condition: minor dents. 30 - 60
1403 PR ROGERS STERLING SALT SHAKERS. Pair of Rogers sterling salt shakers, bulbous body, monogramed: "PMR". Marked: Trademark 1883 Rogers Silver Co. Sterling 119. Size: 5"H. Weight: 118.2 grams total. Condition: minor dents in body. 25 - 50
1404 SILVER PLATE WATER PITCHER. Silver plate water pitcher with gadrooned band near top, round footed base. Marked: Silver Plate on copper. Size: 10"H, 8 3/4"W, 6"D. Condition: several exterior scratches, interior staining. 30 - 60
1405 REED & BARTON CHAFING DISH. Reed and Barton silverplated oval footed chafing dish with heating element and two pyrex glass inserts, acanthus decorated legs with wide oval reticulated floral and leaf band supporting glass inserts, fitted lid with top pierced handle, heating element fitted into X stretcher base. Marked: Reed & Barton 1189. Size: 11"H, 21"L, 10 1/2"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1406 16 SILVER COLORED ROUND TRAYS. 16 silver colored round trays, all silver colored round metal with dished centers and rolled edges. Includes: 8 coasters 6 1/8"Diam., and 8 chargers or underplates 11 1/2"Diam. Marked: (paper label) Made in China, (paper label) Warning May Poison Food, Not for Food Use, for Decorative Purposes Only, Condition: all good, most in original wrapping. 40 - 80
1407 CHINESE ENAMEL SNUFF BOTTLE. Chinese enamel snuff bottle, metal screw off cap, metal spoon, cloisonne enamel floral and bird decoration, six sided form, enameled lid. Marked: China. Size: 3"H, 2"W, 1 1/4"D. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1408 CARNELIAN AGATE FISH. Chinese carnelian agate fish on lotus shaped wooden stand. No mark. Size: fish: 2 1/2"L, 1 1/2"W, 1"H. Base: 3"L, 2"W, 1/2"H. condition: good. 60 - 120
1409 CHINESE CARVED DOGS. Chinese carved mottled brown soapstone fingerpiece in the form of two intertwined dogs. No mark. Size: 3 1/4"L. 2"W, 2 1/4"H. Conditoin: good. 60 - 120
1410 EROTIC BONE SNUFF BOTTLE. Bone snuff bottle, filigree and inlaid stone top, metal spoon, decorated with erotic scenes on each side. No mark.Size: 3"H, 2"W, 1 1/4"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1411 RATS ON A JUG NETSUKE. Bone or perhaps ivory. Shows two rats clinging to a jug. Size: 1 1/2" h. Condition: no defects. 60 - 100
1412 PAIR OF FRENCH COSTUME PRINTS. Perhaps 19th c. One is a crayon lithograph with color and the other is a lithographically produced copy of an engraving (also with color). Shows ladies in bountiful skirts. Size framed: 15" h., 11 1/2" w. Condition: aged paper now a little brown. 50 - 75
1413 PAIR OF FRENCH EMPIRE COSTUME PRINTS. Perhaps 19th c. Black crayon lithograph with color. Nos. 315 and 316 of a costume folio: they show Costume de Bal and Jeune Femme en Neglige. Size framed: 14 1/2" h., 11 1/2" w. Condition: no visible detractions. 50 - 75
1414 PAIR OF JB PATER ROCOCO PRINTS. 20th c. Black and white reproductive prints with coloring. These are after the French 18th c. master of the Romantic idyll or pastorale scene, Jean Baptiste Joseph Pater. Shown are "L'escarpolette" and "La Danse." Both are printed by Franz Hanfstaengl, Munich. Size framed: 19 1/2" h., 16" w. Condition: no visible detractions. 80 - 120
1415 CHINESE SCROLL: BIRDS IN EVERGREEN. Date unknown. Ink and watercolor on paper, mounted on silk. Written characters are on the right edge. Two red birds with black crests fly or perch among evergreen branches. The dilution of the black ink to impart depth and recession into space is attractively done as is the simple complementary color scheme of red-orange and blue-green. Size: 35 1/2" h., 16 1/4" w., mounted 79" h., 22 1/2" w. Condition: yellow spot in the upper right of the image. 1,000 - 2,000
1417 CHINESE SCROLL: GROUSE AMONG BAMBOO. Date unknown. Ink and watercolor on paper, mounted on silk. Shows a brown ground fowl among bamboo. Adorned with two red collector's seals and script appearing on the left side. Size: 27" h., 15 3/4" w., mounted 78" h., 21 1/4" w. Condition: some black ink has rubbed onto the adjoining silk mounting on the right side. 1,000 - 2,000
1418 PAIR OF VICTORIAN LADY PRINTS. Monochromatic lithographs after paintings that have been decorated with watercolor. These show reclining women in alluring poses. One is signed Bryson 99. Set in heavy golden frames. Size: 5" h., 9" w., framed 12" h., 16" w. Condition: the left corners of one of the images has been torn away; frames have some knicks and losses (as is). 120 - 175
1419 CHINESE SCROLL DRAGONFLY. 20th c? Ink and watercolor on paper, mounted on silk. One red seal and script in the upper left. Wet-in-wet brushwork is set against very precise delineation for the dragonfly's wings and antennae. Size: 25 1/2" h., 12 3/4" w., mounted 70" h., 19" w. Condition: no visible defects. 500 - 700
1420 CHINESE SCROLL: DUCKS AMONG PEONIES. 20th c? Ink and watercolor on paper, mounted to silk. Black crested ducks float among grass and two large pink peonies. Painted in the "boneless" style (no outlines). Two red collector's seals with accompanying script appear as well. Size: 37 1/2" h., 17 1/4" w., mounted 79" h., 23 5/8" w. Condition: no visible defects. 900 - 1,500
1421 CHINESE DOUBLE GOURD VASE. Chinese porcelain double gourd vase, flambe glaze. Marked: underglaze blue calligraphic mark on bottom. Size: 5"H, 2 3/4"Diam. widest part. 50 - 100
1422 JAPANESE KUTANI VASE. Japanese kutani porcelain gourd shaped vase, pink body with flowers in white enamel and gilt highlights, green leaves with gilt highlights. Marked: red calligraphic mark on bottom. Size: 6 1/4"H, 2 3/4"Diam. widest part. Condition:" good. 50 - 100
1423 CHINESE PORCELAIN EWER. Chinese Tibetan style porcelain ewer, yellow ground with horizontal bands and horse motif, faux brick pattern decorated handle and spout. No mark. Size: 8 1/4"H, 3 1/8"Diam. base. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1424 JAPANESE PEACH SHAPED BOWL. Japanese peach shaped porcelain bowl, shaded blue body, interior overglaze enamel fish among water weeds, gilt highlights, exterior with branch and leaf decoration, gilt highlights. No mark. Size: 2 1/2"H, 6 1/4"Diam. 50 - 100
1425 3 x 5 NAVAJO RUG. The rug has a Navajo Indian design in colors of red, blue and white. Condition: good. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 200 - 400
1426 3.10 X 5.6 PERSIAN ABADEH. The rug has an overall geometric pattern against a red background. Condition: good. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 600 - 900
1427 3.9 x 6.8 ANTIQUE MALAYER. The rug has an overall geometric pattern against a brown and pink background. Condition: fringe is missing; tear on one end; fading. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 500 - 700
1428 3.4 x 5 ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUG. Rug has a center floral design against a blue background with an overall floral design against a black background. Condition: minor wear spots. WE RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 250 - 500
1429 PERSIAN RUNNER HAMEDAN. Size: 12'4" x 3'4" Condition: good; all sales final. 600 - 800
1430 8.6 x 12 SAROUK RUG. c.1930's. The rug has an overall floral pattern against a red background. The rug has no medallion. Condition: good. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND VIEWING ALL RUGS IN PERSON. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 2,000 - 3,000
1431 CHINESE HARDSTONE PENDANT. The round hardstone pendant has a cut-out motif suspended from a green cord. Pendant diameter: 1 5/8". Condition: no visible defects. 50 - 100
1432 FLOWER BASKET PENDANT. The pendant is carved hardstone in the shape of a flower basket. Pendant diameter: 2 1/4". Has a gold metal clasp. Condition: minor chips; a scratch or chips on one side. 50 - 100
1433 JADE LINKED BRACELET. The bracelet has four curved jade links with gold accents. Safety chain. Bracelet marked: K14. Condition: some black discolorations in jade. 50 - 100
1434 HARDSTONE CUFF LINKS. The green hardstone cuff links are carved in a pinecone motif set in gold. Unmarked. Cuff links measure: 3/4". Condition: some discolorations on stones. 25 - 50
1435 CHINESE CRYSOPHASE RING. The ring has a large oval cut green stone in a twining branch gold setting. Ring marked: ??K. Ring size: 6.5. Condition: band is slightly distorted; otherwise no visible defects. 50 - 100
1436 CARVED JADEITE RING. The ring has a carved jadeite floral motif set in an expandable gilt silver mounting. Ring marked: with numbers and symbols(?). Ring size: 5.5. Condition: discolorations on band and stone. 50 - 75
1437 GLASS & WOOD DISPLAY CASE. The case is glass with a wood frame and red felt interior. The hinged glass lid opens for easy access. Dimensions: 7.5" h., 18" w., 22.5" l. Condition: crack in wood on right hand side below the lid; scratches and nicks in wood. 50 - 100
1438 WOODEN BUTLERS TRAY. Galleried on three sides. Has holes for handles. Size: 3.5" H, 30" W, 23.5" D. Condition: original finish has minor surface scratches. 15 - 30
1439 HAND PAINTED OLD BREAD BOARD. Old bread or dough board with hand painted design of fruit basket signed MHS. Artist is Helen Shelters, a 78 year old artist in Western New York State. Size: 24"L, 16 1/2"W. Condition: board old, painting good. 80 - 160
1440 TOLE PAINTED TRAY. Tole painted tin serving tray with pierced handles. Scene of fruit, grapes, and yellow roses on gold and green background, border with scrolled gilt decoration. No mark. Size: 26 1/2"L, 17 1/2"W. Conditoin" wear to edges. 50 - 100
1441 4 BAVARIAN PORCELLAIN CHARGERS. Four porcelain chargers with wide gilt borders, C scroll decorated edges, center decaled image of famous paintings. Two chargers illustrated with Peter Paul Rubens "Entry of Henry IV into Paris" (marked on back: Ingresso di Enrico IV a Parigi). Two chargers illstrated with G. Hamilton's "Abduction of Helen" (marked on back: Ratto di Elena). Marked: Seltmann Weiden (Christian Seltmann) Bavaria W. Gemany Qualitats Porzellan. Size: 12"Diam. Condition: one charger has minor scratch on center image. 320 - 400
1442 22 NORITAKE DRESDENA PATTERN PCS. Set of Noritake porcelain cream soup bowls, double gilt handles, decaled floral and gilt decoration, underplates with matching decoration in the Dresdena pattern. Marked: Noritake M Japan Dresdena. Size: 11 bowls 4 1/2"Diam. top, 2 1/4"H., 11 plates 7 1/4"Diam. Condition: all in good condition. 100 - 200
1443 6 GERMAN DECORATED PLATES. Six porcelain plates, 12 sided rims, wide raised gilt floral band decoration, center decaled floral and bird decoration. marked: Germany. Size: 7 1/2"Diam. Condition: all with gilt worn on corner edges. 30 - 60
1444 23 PC MEITO DESSERT SET. 23 pieces of Meito Japanese porcelain dessert set, all with wide cream border with decaled floral decoraiton, iron red and gilt edge, includes: 7 cups, 8 saucers, 8 dessert plates. Marked: Ivory China Meito China Made in Japan. Size: cups: 3 3/4"Diam. top, 2 1/4"H, saucer 5 3/4"Diam., dessert plate 6 1/2"diam. Condition: one chp with chip in rim, one saucer with chip on bottom rim, one saucer with fleabite on bottom rim. 50 - 100
1445 12 GERMAN PORCELAIN PLATES. Twelve porcelain dinner plates with gilt rims, decaled center floral decoration and decaled flowers scattered over the other areas of the plate. Marked: Germany 10886. Size: 10"Diam. Condition: wear to gilding on rims, 2 with chips on bottom rim. 60 - 120
1446 4 SPODE CONSUMME BOWLS. Four double handles bowls with scalloped sides and rim, iron red floral decoration, Greek key interior border, India Tree pattern. Marked: Spode 2/959C England, India Tree from a design c.1730. Size: 4 3/4"Diam. top, 1 7/8"H. Condition: one bowl with crack in center. 40 - 80
1447 LIMOGES PINK AND GILT TRAY. Limoges porcelain rectangular shaped tray, gilt pierced handles, shading pink body with gilt floral highlights. Marked: H & Co. L., Haviland & Co. for Greer & French, Pittsburgh, Pa. Size: 11 3/4"L, 4 1/2"W, 1 3/4"H. Condition: minor wear to gilt handles. 50 - 100
1448 HAND PAINTED NIPPON BOWL. Nippon hand painted porcelain bowl on three gilt acanthus scroll feet, gilt rim, interior decorated with chestnut buds and leaves. Marked: (blue leaf mark) Nippon Hand Painted. Size: 8 1/2"Diam. top, 3 1/4"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1449 7 NORITAKE CUPS & SAUCERS. Seven Noritake porcelain cups and saucers decorated with cream bands, stamped and hand painted flowers, dark green and black edging, gilt decorated rims. Marks: cups marked: (iron red mark) Noritake (M in wreath) Hand Painted Made in Japan. saucers not marked but match. Size: cups: 3 5/8"Diam. top, 2"H. Saucers: 5 1/2"Diam. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1450 23 PC HAVILAND LIMOGES CHINA. 23 pieces of Haviland Limoges china with pink decaled floral decoration, gilt handles. All marked: Haviland Limoges France. Includes: (1) oval tureen, no lid. 10 1.2"L. (1) round tureen, no lid. 8"Diam. (1) round tureen, no lid. 9"Diam. (1) oval plate, 9"L. (4) cups, one with crack. (2) saucers. (1) large oval platter, 18"L. Chip in rim. (12) dinner plates, four one pattern, eight a similar pattern, 9 with chips or cracks. 40 - 80
1451 CHINESE SCROLL: BOYS AND WATER BUFFALO. 20th c? Ink and watercolor on paper, mounted on silk. Features one red collector's seal and script. Size: 31 3/4" h., 18 1/2" w., mounted 79" h., 24" w. Condition: no visible defects. 600 - 900
1452 CHINESE SCROLL: BIRDS AND LILY. 20th c. Ink and watercolor on paper. Size: 51 1/4" h., 13 1/4" w., mounted 82" h., 19 3/4" w. Condition: no visible defects. 400 - 600
1453 CHINESE SCROLL FARMING VILLAGE. 20th c. Ink and watercolor on paper, mounted on silk. Two red seals and script appear on the left edge. Blank paper is used creatively to represent clouds or fog rising from a farming village. Gridded farm land recedes in perspective that is reminiscent of Western perspective systems; this scroll seems to combine Western and Oriental art techniques for an interesting result. Size: 34 1/4" h., 18 3/4" w., mounted 73" h., 24" w. Condition: some slight discoloration on the mounting silk and a frayed right edge to the silk. 600 - 800
1454 CHINESE SCROLL: LADIES AMONG LEAVES. 20th c. Ink and watercolor on paper, mounted to silk. One red seal and script adorn the upper right corner. Size: 40" h., 22" w., mounted 78" h., 24 1/2" w. Condition: broken wooden handle. 600 - 800
1455 WOMAN AMONG BANANA LEAVES CHINESE SCROLL. Date unknown. Ink and watercolor on paper, mounted on silk. Size: 39" h., 14 1/4" w., mounted 76" h., 20 1/2" w. Condition: a few small foxing marks are at the bottom. 500 - 700
1456 PURDY WATERMELON VENUS. 1968. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left. Shows a grey woman emerging from a bowl of fruit, riding the "half-shell" of a slice of watermelon. Also signed on the back Robert Cleaver Purdy. Purdy is a listed artist, known for his work beginning in the WPA era. Size: 38" h., 29" w., framed 47" h., 38" w. Condition: no visible defects; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 400 - 800
1457 JAPANESE WATERCOLOR. Date unknown. Watercolor on paper. A large amount of information is attached to the verso, all in Japanese. Shown is a woman dancing with an umbrella and many music students watching. Size: 7 5/8" h., 13 7/8" w., framed 13 1/2" h., 20 1/2" w. Condition: no visible defects. 300 - 400
1458 JAPANESE PRINT DRUM PLAYER. 19th c? Color print on tan paper. With two red collector's seals, and much calligraphy. The drum player is costumed opulently (the hat is represented with golden ink). An unverified pencil inscription on the backing paper reads "Tosa School." Size: 13 1/4" h., 6 3/4" w., framed 20 1/2" h., 13 1/4" w. Condition: no visible defects. 300 - 400
1459 WATERCOLOR OF SMALL BRIDGE. Date unknown (probably early 20th c). Unsigned. Size: 7" h., 10" w., framed 15 1/2" h., 19" w. Condition: slightly yellowed paper. 50 - 75
1460 MEZZOTINT OF LADY AND ROSE HAT. Dated 1911. Color mezzotint, a la poupee. "The Age of Love, Innocence and Joy." Signed in pencil "Percy ...(last name is illegible)." Shows a woman with a large hat, a scarf wrapped around that, and inside of the hat appear two red roses. Size: to platemark 14 1/2" h., 11 1/2" w., framed 20 1/2" h., 14" w. Condition: slight yellowing to the paper. 120 - 160
1461 BRONZE BOOK ENDS Pair of bronze book ends with bust shaped heads and drapery on rectangular bases, each marked "Youth" on front base. Marked: (logo) WB 639 Copyright USA. Size: 4 1/4"H, 3"W, 2 1/2"D. Condition: each with dented or damaged nose. 40 - 80
1462 METAL DOG BOOKENDS. Pair of Art Deco style chrome book ends with profile dog heads on squared bookends, felt lined. No mark. Size: 7"H, 5"W, 3 1/2"D. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1463 WASHINGTON CARVED WOODEN BOOKENDS. Carved wooden bookends with profiles of George and Martha Washington in ovals with bases. No mark. Size: 6 3/4"H, 5"W, 2 3/4"D. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1464 SCOTT NELLES METAL FIGURE. 1995. Round lidded metal figure, gnome-like creature with hands under face, created by Scott Nelles at Nelles Studio, Elk Rapids, Michigan. Marked: (C) Nelles '95. Size: 3 1/4"H, 3 1/2"D, 3 1/2"W. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1465 BRASS DOG FACED DISH. Cast brass dog faced dish, two supporting feet on bottom for stability. No mark Size: 4"Diam, 1"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1466 CAST METAL FIGURAL BELL Cast metal figural bell, stands on table as nodder, moving head makes clapper strike body of bell in the form of a female figure in medieval or Renaissance dress. Marked: EB on clapper tip. Size: 4 3/4"H, 1 3/4"D, 1 1/2"W. Condition: good. 80 - 160
1467 MARK HOPKINS TENNIS SCULPTURE. Cast bronze Mark Hopkins tennis sculpture, grouping consists of racket, shoes, balls and towel. Created at Mark Hopkins Sculpture, Inc. Rome, Georgia. Marked: Mark Hopkins 120/2500. Size: 3 1/2"h, 3 1/4"w, 2 1/2"d. Condition: good. 80 - 160
1468 KACHINA CARVER SCULPTURE. Limited edition metal figure of seated Indian carving a Kachina doll, cold painted metal, inlaid turquoise-like stone, on round wooden base. marked: on back of figure: 616/950. on base: Certified Limited Edition Legends, Mixed Media, Trademark, Kachina Carvers (c) 1990. Size: 4"H, 5"Diam. base. Condition: good. 80 - 160
1469 SILVERPLATE ICE BUCKET. International Silver Co. silver plate ice bucket, gadrooned base, gadrooned top rim, lion ring handles, gadrooned and acanthus decorated finial, vacuum insulated. Marked: EGW & S IS International Silver Co. 054/25. Size: 12"H, 9"Diam. widest part, 7"Diam. base. Condition: silver plate worn. 40 - 80
1470 GANNON STERLING EYE CUP. Sterling eye cup by Albert J. Gannon, Philadelphia, c.1906-1914, monogramed "AT". Marked: (Gannon Hallmark [swastika with G in center]) Sterling. Size: 3"H. Weight: 49.4 grams. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1471 ART DECO DECANTER & GLASSES. Art Deco style green glass decanter with four cordial glasses, faceted geometric streamline style in the manner of Ruba Rombic by Consolidated Glass Co. No mark. Size: Glasses: 2 5/8"H, 2"Diam. top, Decanter: 9"H, 7"W, 4"D. Condition: chip on top rim of decanter, stain on bottom of stopper, one glass with chip in rim. 75 - 150
1472 6 GREEN BOHEMIAN GOBLETS. Six Bohemian crystal goblets, bowls cased green over clear with cut away vertical lozenge shapes, clear faceted stem and knob. No mark. Size: 8 1/4"H, 3"Diam. top, 3"Diam. base. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1473 4 COBALT GOBLETS. Four cobalt goblets, cobalt bowls on clear ringed stems, clear round bases. No mark. Size: 7 1/2"H, 3 1/4"Diam. top, 3"Diam. base. Condition: good. 22.12 40 - 80
1474 6 BLUE PRESSED GLASS GOBLETS. Six blue pressed glass water goblets, paneled sides. No mark. Size: 6"H, 4"Diam. top, 3"diam. base. Condition: one with chip in base. 40 - 80
1475 PRESSED GLASS CAKE STAND. Simple pressed glass pedestal cake stand, clear glass, no decoration. No. mark. Size: 6 1/4"H, 8 1/4"Diam. top. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1476 19TH C GLASS MARBLE. American 19th century glass marble, sulfide latticino core with ribbon swirl decoration. No mark. Size: 2"Diam. Condition: several small dings in glass. 50 - 100
1477 MURANO LATTICINO VESSEL. Blown glass Murano latticino free form vessel, clear body with colored twisted and white lattice bands, folded rim, applied clear base, ground pontil. No mark. Size: 7"L, 6"W, 3 1/4"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1478 ASSORTED GOLDPLATE FLATWARE. The lot includes the following assorted patterns comprised of fifty-two pieces: (1) Community "Modern Baroque" tablespoon; (1) butter knife, unmarked; (2) table knives, unmarked; (3) Community salad forks, marked with a Griffin symbol; (2) dinner forks, marked with a Griffin symbol; (1) dinner knife, unmarked; (6) tablespoons, marked: 1881 Rogers, Oneida LTD., (with griffin symbol); (4) piece International Silverplate serving set; (1) International Deep Silver serving spoon; (4) Community salad forks; (4) dinner forks; (4) tablespoons; (4) soup spoons, all marked with a Griffin symbol; (1) serving spoon; (1) butter knife; (1) dinner fork; all marked: 1881 Rogers(with a Griffin symbol); (4) serving spoons(?) marked: Supreme Cutlery, Stainless Japan; (2) International Deep Silver forks & (1) tablespoon; (4) dinner knives, unmarked. (1) dinner knife, unmarked. Condition: good overall; but some minor discolorations and scratches. 50 - 100
1479 9 CERAMIC FIGURINES OF ELVES. 9 ceramic figurines includes: (1) Catapillarand mushroon salt shaker, incised: "Alice in Wonderland". Marked: Made in Japan. Size: 1 1/2"H, 4"L, 3"W. Condition: good. (1) Seated elf. Marked: Kreis 1955. Size: 3 1/2"H. Condition: chip on collar decoration. (1) Seated elf. Marked: Made in Occupied Japan. Size: 3"H. Condition: good. (1) Elf seated on mushroom. No mark. Size: 4"H. Condition: good. (1) elf seated on mushroom top. No mark. Size: 2"H. Condition: good. (4) Elf figures in various positions. No marks. Sizes: 3 3/4"H, 3"H, 3 1/4"H, 4 1/2"H. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1480 4 NATIVE AMERICAN ITEMS. (1) Vintage Indian doll with hand painted face, Indian blanket wrap. No mark. Size: 9 1/2"H. Condition: good. (1) Vintage Indian doll pin cushion. No mark. Size: 4"H. Condition: good. (1) Composition seated Indian chief with pipe. No mark. Size: 3 1/2"H. Condition: age appropriate wear. (1) Small bark teepee and canoe. No mark. Size: 7"J. Condition: minor warping of base. 100 - 200
1481 2 GOUDA POTTERY ITEMS. Two Gouda pottery items include: (1) Lidded pottery decanter with lustre finish, grey body, floral and geometric decoration, one handle, stopper with pierced finial and cork fitting, gilt trim. Size: 11 1/2"H, 4"Diam. widest part, 3"Diam. base. (1) Shaped rectangular tray with matching decoration. Size: 12"L, 10"W, 5/8"D. Both marked: 5180 Eliza (house mark) WK Gouda Royal Zuid-Holland M. Decanter also has remants of original paper label. Condition: both decanter and tray in good condition. 100 - 200
1482 ART NOUVEAU GOUDA VASE. Two handled Art Nouveau vase with floral decorated body on black ground, faint gilt lettering around rim VA...E...AC. Marked: on bottom: 26 Zenith Gouda Ruby VL. Size: 5"H, 1 3/4"Diam. top, 3 1/2"Diam. widest part, 2"Diam. base. Condition: chip and repair on top rim. 50 - 100
1483 GOUDA POTTERY VESSEL. Two handled Gouda pottery vessel, with stylized floral and geometric decoration. Marked: 922 COBO (house mark) AR Gouda Holland. Size: 8 1/2"H, 3 1/2"Diam. base, 5 1/4"Diam. top, 8 1/2"Diam. widest part. Condition: Chips and repairs on rim, chips on base. 50 - 100
1484 PAIR RED TRANSFER TABLE LAMPS. Ginger jar ceramic lamp raised on gilt cast metal base. Lamp has a transfer depicting a Gothic styled ruin. Size: 11" H, 6" dia, inappropriate size shade is 13" dia. 20 - 40
1485 PAIR STRAWBERRY LAMPS. Pair of metal painted lamps, tall narrow form with three dimensional strawberries and leaves entwined around candleholder shaft, green trimmed fabric shades, fictive candles support light and shade. No mark. Size: 32"H, 4 1/2"Diam. base, 10"Diam. shade. Condition: old wiring, wear and bends in the decoration. 40 - 80
1486 MICHELANGELO'S PIETA. Small cast material replica of Michelangelo's Pieta completed in 1499 for St. Peters, Rome. Sculpted reduction by Joanna G. Kendall for Alva Museum Replicas, comes on walnut base. Marked: incised on back: (C) Joanna C. Kendall 1963, AMR 1977. Sticker on bottom: Authentic Reproduction Alva Museum Replicas Inc. Alva Studios New York, N.Y. Size; sculpture: 10 1/2"H, 9"W, 4 1/2"D. walnut base: 1"H, 10"W, 5 1/2"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1487 ROMAN CHARIOTEER. Cast resin reproduction of Roman charioteer with two horses on rectangular base with Greek key decoration. Marked: (incised) A. Santini on back. Size: 11 1/2"H, 16"L, 5 1/2"W. Condition: minor wear. 40 - 80
1488 TIBETAN STYLE SNUFF BOTTLE. Tibetan style snuff bottle, wooden body encased in metal filigree casing top, bottom and sides, blue and red bead decoration. No mark. Size: 3 1/4"H, 2 1/4"W, 1 1/4"D. Condition: side and top chains not connected, all else good. 60 - 120
1489 2 GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES Two Chinese glass snuff bottles with reverse painted scenes, metal filigree and stone cap, metal spoons. One with birds on each side. 3 1/2"L. one with insects and plants on each side. 3 3/8"L. No mark. Condition: good. 80 - 160
1490 SINGLE FISH NETSUKE. Bone carved netsuke of large fish. Marked: red calligraphic mark. Size: 1 3/4"L, 1 1/4"W, 1"H. condition: good. 50 - 100
1491 NAVE'S TOPICAL BIBLE. Published by Topical Bible Publishing Company; Lincoln, Nebraska; 1903. No edition stated. A digest of the Holy Scriptures. More than twenty thousand topics and subtopics, with one hundred thousand references to the scriptures. Hardcover. Leather spine binding. Marbled foredges. Condition: age appropiate wear. 25 - 40
1492 THE NIGGER OF THE NARCISSUS. By Joseph Conrad. Published by William Heinemann; London; 1898. 1st edition. Colonial issue. Published for sale in the British colonies and India only. Not in cagle color, but red rather than the usual slate-grey cloth. Condition: good; with the exception of the front page, which is torn out but still with the book. 1,000 - 1,200
1493 CANADIAN BEAVER BOOK. Title of book: Castorologia or the History and Traditions of the Canadian Beaver. By Horace T. Martin. Published by Wm. Drysdale & Co.; 1892; Montreal, Canada. An exhaustive monograph, popularly written and fully illustrated. Signed, written in blue ink on first page: "You're a lucky girl-I am lucky too. If you beaver me, then I will beaver you". Old song for Camp Library. 54 b/w illustrations. 238 pages. Dark red cloth, gilt design and titles on front; gilt titles on spine. Condition: age appropiate wear. 200 - 300
1494 THE AMERICAN ANGLER'S GUIDE. Complete title is: " The American Angler's Guide or Complete Fisher's Manual for the United States; Containing the Opinions and Practices of Experienced Anglers of both Hemispheres; with the various Modes adopted in Ocean, River, Lake and Pond Fishing; the usual Tackle and Baits required; Instructions in the Art of making Artificial Files; Methods of making Fish Ponds; Transportation of Fish, etc." Published by D. Appleton and Company; New York; 1876. Fifth edition. Book is bound in bright publisher's green cloth appropiately decorated in gilt to spine and upper board; blind tooled to lower, top edge gilt; green end papers; bookplate. Owner's name plate inside front cover. Condition: age appropiate wear. 250 - 300
1495 ELEVEN FINE ART BOOKS. The lot consists of the following titles: "Gaugin", Paris, 1949; "Holbein", Paris, 1950; "Picasso", Paris, 1951; "Picasso", Amsterdam, 1955; "Degas", Paris, 1948; "Modigliani", Paris, 1950; "Lautrec", Paris, 1952; "Toulouse-Lautrec", Paris, date unknown; "Goya", Paris, 1951; "Degas", Paris, date unknown; "Rousseau", New York, 1963. All are approximately 4" x 7". Condition: all show age; but they are very usable. 75 - 125
1496 EIGHT FINE ART BOOKS. The lot consists of the following titles: "Eugene Speicher", 1945; "The Pocket Book of Great Drawings", 1951; "The Pocket Book of Greek Art", 1950; "Gustav Klimt", 1962; "Wooden Saints, The Santos of New Mexico", 1967; "Modigliani", 1951; "The Palazzo Vecchio", 1967; "The Naked Truth", 1955. Condition: good; but show age appropiate wear. 50 - 75
1497 LIFE AMONG THE APACHES. By John C. Cremony. Published by A. Roman & Co.; San Francisco; 1868. 1st edition. Signed. Measures: 4 1/2" x 7 1/4". This book is signed by the author as follows: "Hon. Steven J. Field, Associate Justice, United States Supreme Court, with sincere regards of the author, John C. Cremony". Cremony served as an interpreter to Bartlett on the Arizona boundary survey and his narrative is one of the best accounts of the apaches and neighboring tribes with some notes on the vocabulary of the apache. Book is bound in original green cloth; spine lettered in gilt. Condition: rubbing to spine edges; light scattered foxing. Provenance: from the library of Joseph G. Butler, Jr.; has owner's plate inside front cover. 600 - 800
1498 THE VIRGINIA TOURIST. By Edward A. Pollard. Published by J.B. Lippincott & Co.; Philadelphia; 1870. Bound in purple cloth; gilt lettering; folding map plus six pages of ads. 277 pages. Condition: overall good; but the folding map has a few extra creases and one tear at the margin; not affecting image. 300 - 400
1499 TWO FIRST EDITION BOOKS. "In The Wilderness", by Charles Dudley Warner. Published by Houghton, Osgood; Boston; 1878. 1st edition. 12 mo. 176 pages. "Track's End-Being the Narrative of Judson Pitcher's Strange Winter Spent There", by Hayden Carruth. Published by Harper & Bros.; New York; 1911. 1st edition. Nine black and white plates by Clifford Carleton. Condition: age appropiate wear. 75 - 100
1500 TRAIL-MAKES OF THE MIDDLE BORDER. Illustrated by Constance Garland. Published by Macmillan; New York; 1926. 1st edition. 426 pages. Profusely illustrated in black and white. Pictorial black cloth; gilt lettering on spine; red lettering on front cover; illustrated in gilt; red and blue is of a covered wagon passing through trees. Condition: usable; intact. 75 - 100
1501 DAZZA COLORFUL LADY PAINTING. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed "Dazza" lower left. Shows a lady, garishly made up, perhaps being a performer or a prostitute. Size: 22" h., 18" w., framed 29" h., 24" w. Condition: no visible defects 120 - 175
1502 JEWISH CARTOON WATERCOLOR. 20th c. Watercolor on paper. Signed Gagin 65. Shows Hassidic Jewish men variously reading from the Torah, dancing in a circle, and pondering some thought. Size framed: 19" h., 22" w. Condition: no visible defects. 40 - 60
1503 BEN SOLOMON JEWISH PRIEST PRINT. 20th c. Lithograph with color. Signed in pencil. Numbered 221/250. Shows a Jewish priest holding standard decorated with the Ten Commandments and the Star of David. A tag on the back reads David Gary Ltd, Fine Art., Short Hills, NJ. Size: 21" h., 15" w., framed 31" h., 25" w. Condition: no visible defects. 75 - 100
1504 TWO PUTTI PHOTOS AS BAS RELIEFS. Copyrighted 1872, this is a later lithographic copy after those photographs. The pair show bas reliefs of putti and foliage and putti and a swan. Size framed: 26" h., 25" w. Condition: no visible defects; frames are as is. 120 - 180
1505 B.H. ELROY LANDSCAPE. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left. Shows a forested scene with a river and a red roofed house, painted in a semi-Impressionist style. Size: 15" h., 20" w., framed 17 1/2" h., 23" w. Condition: slight paint losses in th ebottom and on the left lower corner; frame as is. 75 - 100
1506 TWO LANDSCAPE OIL PAINTINGS. Oil on canvas for each. One is signed and dated Hans Panik 1947. The other is early 20th c. and signed EA Theiss. The Theiss shows a bridge and a building and the Panik shows an Alpine village with typical buildings. Size: 21 3/4" h., 28" w. and 16" h., 12" w. Condition: each painting should be cleaned. 120 - 180
1507 LES VRABEL WINTER TREES. 1979. Acrylic on canvas. Signed. Vrabel is a local artist. This is a precise rendering of bare trees in a snowy field. There is much use of speckled paint. Size: 18" h., 36" w., framed 23" h., 41" w. Condition: no defects; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 300 - 400
1508 TWO YOLANDA MCCULLOCH DRAWINGS. Recent. Both are signed. Colored pencil and pastel on paper. One shows Falling Water, the Kaufmann house built by Frank Lloyd Wright and the other artwork, entitled "Back Stretching" shows a simplified rendering of a horse. Ms. McCulloch is a published author of "The Portrait's Lifelines." Size each framed: 19" square (Falling Water) and 33" h., 29" w. (horse). Condition: no defects; frames are as is. 200 - 300
1509 TWO YOLANDA MCCULLOCH ABSTRACT PAINTINGS. Recent. Acrylic (?) on canvas. One is also decorated with glitter. Ms. McCulloch is a published author of "The Portrait's Lifelines." Size: 30" square and 41" h., 30" w. Condition: no visible defects. 200 - 300
1510 BARN IN WINTER SIGNED HIRSCH. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left. Size: 20" h., 24" w., framed 28" h., 32" w. Condition: no defects. 100 - 150
1511 6 NIPPON CONSUMME BOWLS & SAUCERS. Six Nippn hand painted porcelain consumme bowls and matching saucers, pink floral and gilt decoration on exterior of bowls and rims of saucers, gilt decorated handles. Marked: cups marked: (blue rising sun mark) Hand Painted Nippon. Saucers unmarked by matching. Size: bowls: 4"Diam. top, 2"H. Saucers: 5 1/2"Diam. Condition: one bowl with fleabite on rim. 50 - 100
1512 BAVARIAN PORCELAIN PLATE. Hand painted Bavarian porcelain plate with pierced and gilt handles, hand painted roses and thorny branches decorate plate. Marked: PM Bavaria. Size: 10"Diam. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1513 4 WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPERWARE DISHES. Four blue and white jasperware dishes, one heart shaped, one club shaped, one spade shaped, one diamond shaped. Each with oak leaf decorated border, center classical decorated scenes. Marked: all incised: Wedgwood Made in England. Size: hear: 4 1/2"L, 4 1/8"W, 3/4"H., club: 4 1/2"L, 4 1/2"W, 3/4"H., spade: 4 1/2"L, 4 1/2"W, 3/4"H., diamond: 5 1/2"L, 4 1/2"W, 3/4"H. Condition: all in good condition. 50 - 100
1514 2 BLUE & WHITE GINGER JARS. Two Chinese blue and white hand painted ginger jars with lids, scenes of blossoming cherry branches decorate body of jars. No mark. Size: 6"H, 5 1/2"Diam. widest part, 3 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: no detractions. 40 - 80
1515 1972 G. JENSEN CHRISTMAS PLATE. Blue and white porcelain Christmas plate with two doves on a branch, the first Georg Jensen Christmas plate produced in 1972. Marked: Georg Jensen Inc. 1st Issue, Made in Denmark. Size: 7 1/8"Diam. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1516 2 ROYAL COPENHAGEN PLATES. Two Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates produced in 1971. Scene is Hare in winter landscape. Marked: Royal Copenhagen Denmark Hare in Winter (Harr I Vinterlandskab) KL. Size: 7 1/4"Diam. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1517 11 B & G CHRISTMAS PLATES. Eleven Bing and Grondahl Christmas plates, all with blue and white decoration. All marked: B & G Kobenhavn Denmark. Size: 7 1/8"Diam. Includes: 1969 Arrival of Christmas Guests, 1970 Pheasants in the Snow at Christmas, 1971 Christmas at Home, 1972 Christmas in Greenland, 1973 Country Christmas, 1974 Christmas in the Village, 1976 Christmas Welcome, 1977 Copenhagen Christmas, 1979 White Christmas, 1980 Christmas in the Woods, 1981 Christmas Peace. Condition: all in good condition. 100 - 200
1518 2 VIENNA PORCELAIN DISHES. Two Vienna porcelain diamond shaped dishes, with hand painted blue and green flower and leaf decoration, green decorate rim. Marked: Crown mark, Wien 112/5457 85. Size: 4 1/2"L, 4"W, 3/4"H. Condition: one dish with fleabite on rim. 40 - 80
1519 2 CRYSTAL DECANTERS. Two crystal ship's decanters, wide flat bottoms, star bottom, two different patterned press cut decoration on body and stopper. Marked: paper label: Lead Crystal R Hand Crafted Yugoslavia. Size: (1) 10"H, 7 1/2"Diam. base, (1) 10 1/2"H, 7 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: both in good condition. 40 - 80
1520 BLOWN GLASS DECANTER. Clear blown glass decanter, polished top rim, fitted ground stopper. No mark. Size: 15 1/2"H, 6"Diam. widest part. Condition: slight sickness to glass inside bottom, chips and cracks on bottom of stopper. 30 - 60
1521 BONE SNUFF BOTTLE. Chinese bone snuff bottle, spider web design on each side, filigree and inlaid stone top, metal spoon. No mark. Size: 3"H, 1 3/4"W, 1 1/4"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1522 FISH SHAPED PERFUME. White metal fish shaped perfume with hanging chain, stopper unscrews to reveal long metal dauber. No mark. SizeA: 3 1/4"L, 1 3/8"W, 5/8"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1523 9 DESK TOP PIECES. Made by Noel B.C., Italy. Includes letter openers, two pens, a triangle, paper weight/ruler, two clamps. 5 - 10
1524 12 DESK TOP PIECES. Made by Noel, B.C.; Italy. Includes 4 pens, magnifying glass, letter opener, two clamps, interlocked rings, triangle, paperweight/ruler. Condition: some minor scratching. 5 - 10
1525 8 ITALIAN LETTER OPENERS. Made by Noel B.C. 5 - 10
1526 3 PC'S SILVERPLATE INCLUDES 2 CHAFING DISHES. Includes one ornate 11" dia. round chafing dish, one covered casserole with pyrex liner pan, and a 10.5" dia. Gorham tray. Condition: no defects. 15 - 30
1527 COVERED CRSYTAL COMPOTE. Pressed and cut glass covered crystal compote, round ribbed base, floral and geometric pattern on body of compote. No mark. Size: 13"H, 6 1/4"Diam. widest part, 5"Diam. base. 30 - 60
1528 3 PIECES ROSE MEDALLION, 20TH CENTURY. All post 1920. Includes a 7.25" dia bowl with a crack, and two spoons with no defects. 50 - 70
1529 1857 BIBLE. Hard bound 1857 Bible, published by E. H.Butler & Co. Philadelphia, 1857. Size: 11 1/2"H, 9 1/2"W. Conditoin: covers loose, front pages loose, last pages missing, some pages stained, torn edges. 30 - 60
1530 THREE ALARM CLOCKS. Three alarm clocks include: (1) Art Deco brass Gubelin alarm clock, stylized grill design. Marked: on face: Gubelin Swiss, on back: 15 Rubis. Monogramed on front: FWM. Size: 5 1/4"H, 7 1/2"W, 2"d. Condition: sold as is. (1) Telechron wooden case electric alarm clock on two ball feet. Marked: Telechron. Size: 5 1/2"H, 5 3/4"W, 3"D. Conditon: sold as is, old wiring, face glass cloudy. (1) Seth Thomas walnut and brass electric alarm clock, patent 1933. marked: Seth Thomas Made in USA. Size: 5 1/4"H, 5"W, 2 1/2"D. Condition: sold as is, old wiring, chip in veneer on front, brass tarnished. 80 - 160
1531 THREE WATCHES. All three are ladie's watches. One is a Benrus with a flexible metal band. Case is marked: 10K R.G.P. Bezel; ST. STEEL Back. Condition: does not appear to work; crystal and case are scratched. One is a Wittnauer with a flexible metal band. Case is marked: 14KT. GOLD. Condition: crystal and case are scratched; but watch appears to work. One is a pocket watch suspended on a chain. The watch has a gold metal hunter's case showing a woman with flowers. The face is marked: Chateau. Chain length: 33". Condition: watch appears to work; minor discolorations on case. 25 - 50
1532 THREE WRISTWATCHES. The lot consists of three men's watches. One is a Hamilton watch with a Speidel flexible stainless steel band. The case is marked: 14K GOLD FILLED. Condition: face has dirt marks; watch does not appear to work. One is a Wittnauer watch with a Speidel flexible stainless steel band. Case is marked: 10K G.F. Bezel; Steel Back. Condition: crystal has scratches; case and band have scratches and discolorations. One is an Elgin watch with a metal chain link type band. Back of case is marked: L.K.O.; 1934. Condition: face is dirty; but second hand is working. 20 - 40
1533 MEN'S ACCESSORIES. The lot consists of the following: three watch faces without bands; numerous tie clips; tie tacs; numerous cuff links; a harp shaped pin; and a matching cufflink and tie clip set. Condition: some cuff links are missing a mate; some pieces are discolored; watches don't appear to be in working order. 20 - 40
1534 ASSORTED COSTUME JEWELRY. The lot consists of necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings. Condition: some pieces missing on jewelry; some is discolored. 10 - 20
1535 COSTUME BEAD NECKLACES. The lot consists of costume pearl and bead necklaces and a bag of costume pearl beads. Condition: most are broken and need re-strung; some beads are discolored and some are flaking. 10 - 15
1536 DESIGNER COSTUME JEWELRY. The lot consists of the following: a pair Bergere of rhinestone and black stone earrings; a pair of Bergere pearl drop earrings; a pair of Eugene blue bead and rhinestone earrings; a pair of Eugene green rhinestone earrings(all are clip-on); a Eugene yellow bead and crystal necklace with matching clip-on earrings; and a Eugene blue bead and crystal necklace with matching earrings. Condition: some of the beads on some pieces are discolored. 25 - 75
1537 ENAMEL BUTTERFLY PIN. The pin is a sterling(?) filigree style butterfly with green and blue enamel wings. Marked: with a (symbol); 800. Measures: 1" l. x 1.5" w. Condition: pin bar is slightly bent; otherwise no visible defects. 25 - 50
1538 PORTRAIT BROOCH/PENDANT. The brooch shows a handpainted portrait of a woman framed in gold metal accented by two pearls. The back is engraved with a floral motif. Unmarked. Meausres: 1 5/8" l., 1 1/8' d. Condition: the pin clasp is missing in the back; minor discoloration on back. 50 - 100
1539 ASSORTED VANITY ITEMS. The lot consists of the following: A round gold metal compact. Marked: Majestic; Pat. Pend. Measures: 2.5" d. Condition: slight dent in back; scratches. A matching perfume bottle and pill box with a pearl and rhinestone branch design. Unmarked. Bottle measures: 2" h. with lid. Pill box measures: 1 1/8" x 1 1/8". Condition: pill box is badly discolored; missing pearls; scratched; bottle has scratches. A pair of matching round gold metal boxes with a raised floral design. Unmarked. Both measure: 1.5" d. Condition: discolorations on the inside and outside of one. A blue stone topped round gold metal pill box. Unmarked. Measures: 1" d. Condition: stone and box are discolored. A hexagonal cardboard box with a bright floral design. Plastic liner. Measures: 1.5" h. Condition: paper peeling on one side on lid. A metal letter opener. Unmarked. Measures: 6". Condition: blade and handle are both discolored. Two ink pens with shiny metallic patterns. Condition: no visible defects. 25 - 50
1540 NINE PERFUME BOTTLES. The lot has nine glass perfume bottles: (1) a clear glass bottle in a triangular shape with a glass stopper. Measures: 4.5" h., 2 1/4" l. (with stopper). Unmarked. Condition: stopper has a small chip on one edge. (2) a round Lancome "Magie Noire" bottle with stopper. Measures: 2: h., 1.5" w. Half filled with perfume. Condition: no visible defects. (3) a clear "Noturnes De Caron" Cologne Fraiche bottle. Measures: 2" h., 1" w. Filled with perfume. Condition: no visible defects. (4) a clear "Le 3 Homme De Caron" eau de toilette bottle. Measures: 2" h., 1" w. Filled with perfume. Condition: no visible defects. (5) a clear "Jontue" spray bottle. Measures: 3" h., 1" w. (with lid on). Half filled with perfume. Condition: no visible defects. (6) a clear abstract shaped bottle with a frosted plastic(?) stopper. Marked on the bottom: 15; S. DALI. Measures: 2" h., 1 1/4" w. (with stopper). Half filled with perfume. Condition: no visible defects. (7) a black "Maxim's De Paris" bottle. Measures: 1.5" h., 1.5" w. Condition: no visible defects. (8) a clear round bottle with a black stopper. Marked with a name. Measures: 2.5" h., 1.5" w. (with stopper). Filled with perfume. Condition: no visible defects. (9) a clear "Nocturnes De Caron" square bottle. Measures: 2" h., 1" w.(with stopper). Condition: no visible defects. 25 - 75
1541 LADIES HOME JOURNAL 1895 COVER. Ladies Home Journal began its publication in 1883 as a supplement to two other magazines and the followinh year went on its own. This Art Nouveau era cover is from September 1895; the front cover declares its publication by the Curtis Publishing Group, Philadelphia, PA while the back cover advertises Pearline Washing Compound. Though the cover is only visible because of framing, there are other pages attached by spine staples. Size: 15 1/4" h., 22" w. opened up. Condition: normal wear at the spine; creases from once being folded; frame it is in is as is. 100 - 150
1542 AUTUMN FOREST OIL. 20th c. Oil on canvas board. Signed S.M. ...(?)rita. Size framed: 27" h., 33" w. Condition: needs to be cleaned. 100 - 200
1544 JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY WORKS. The Works of James Whitcomb Riley in Six Volumes. Yellow Hammer edition, 1913. Published by C.B. Randel, New Castle, PA. This is set No. 1 from a registered edition of 10, signed by the publisher attesting to the authenticity. Also signed by the author in volume 1. Many beautiful original illustrations by Glenn Henshaw, J. Alfred Seaford, H. Rex Cotton, and Mary McAuley throughout the volumes. Condition: all volumes are intact, with foxing to pages, and several uncut pages within. 1,200 - 1,500
1545 THE STORY OF A GREAT NATION. (1886) Our Country's Achievements, Military, Naval, Political & Civil. By John Gilmary Shea. Published by Gay Brothers & Co., N.Y., 1886. Pictorial frontispiece. Illustrated with numerous engravings. Biographical portrait gallery of great leaders, including statesmen, orators, diplomats, soldiers, sailors, explorers, financiers, inventors, scientists, artists, authors etc. Our Presidents, their portraits and autographs with biographical sketches and a chronological table, showing the great events in history. Hardcover binding. Condition: foxing to pages; spine in need of repair. 50 - 100
1546 A NEW LIFE OF JESUS THE CHRIST. Complete title: From Manager to Throne: A New Life of Jesus the Christ, and a History of Palestine and Its People, Including Dr. Talmage's Account of His Journey to, through, and from the Christ Land. By Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage. Published by Historical Publishing Company, W.D. Condit & Company, 1890. A behemoth, gorgeous, and most impressive tome. 656 pages, all edges gilt, 400 plus high quality engravings. Measures: 8" x 10.5". Condition: spine splitting; but all pages are good. 100 - 150
1547 AN OLD SWEETHEART OF MINE. By James Whitcomb Riley. Drawings by Howard Chandler Christy. Published by Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis, 1902. Maroon cloth cover with color pastedown illustration and gilt lettering. Condition: age appropiate wear. 150 - 200
1548 BLACK BEAUTY. By Anna Sewel. Illustrated by Edwin John Prittie. Published by The John C. Winston Co., Phila., U.S.A., 1927. Possible First. 297 pages. Original dust cover. Black cloth with illustration of a girl with her black horse. Front and rear endpapers show a fox hunt in progress over a country wall. Condition: very good. 40 - 75
1549 A TREASURY OF AMERICAN PRINTS. By Thomas Craven. Published by Simon and Schuster, 1939. Green boards, black cloth spine, spiral bound. One-hundred full page etchings and lithographs. Artists include Grosz, Gropper, Sloan nad many more. Measures: 10" x 13". Condition: very good. 100 - 150
1550 MEYERS KONVERSATIONS-LEXICON: EIN ENCYLOPADIE DES ALLEMEINEN. Leipzig, Bibliographisches Institut, 1904. 21 Volumes. Text in German. Includes black/white and color plates of wildlife, people, maps, and period technologies. Condition: three bindings loose; otherwise good. 800 - 1,000
1551 EUROPEAN CIGARETTE CASE. European cigarette case with relief helmeted figure in center of chased and inlaid gilt and silvered metal hinged case. No mark. Size: 4"L, 3"W, 3/4"D. Condition: finish on back of case worn. 40 - 80
1552 EUROPEAN BRASS BOX. 19th c. Double lidded European basss box with embossed scene of European city on lid (St. Petersburg, Russia ?). Bottom section opens to reveal mirror. Marked: "N" incised on back or bottom. Size: 3"L, 2"W, 3/4"D. Condition: age appropriate wear. 50 - 100
1553 BRASS KISSING LOVERS KNOCKER. Victorian style brass door knocker, round pierced handled front raises and lowers as two heads, male and female, kiss as door knocker is used. Marked: ritter & Sons. Size: 5"H, 3"W, 1 1/4"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1554 NEOCLASSICAL TIE BACK One large Victorian gilt metal neoclassical tie back, ribbon, swag, C scroll and squared spiral decoration. Marked: N V and unreadable numbers. Size: 8"H, 2 1/4"W, 6 1/2"D. Condition: wear to metal surface. 50 - 100
1555 ORIENTAL FOOTED VESSEL. Oriental metal tripod footed vessel, interior decoration of serpent and figure, exterior decoration of dragons. No mark. Size: 1 3/4"H, 3"Diam. Condition: age appropriate wear. 40 - 80
1556 2 REPOUSSE SILVER ITEMS. (1) Repousse silver ashtray with center Dutch style tavern scene, framed by repousse floral and scroll decoration. No mark. Size: 4"L, 3"W, 1/2"H. Condition: good. (1) Small round hand mirror with repousse Dutch genre scene on back, pierced floral and bead decorated handle, beveled round mirror. No mark. Size: 4 1/2"L, 2 1/2"Diam. mirror. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1557 2 BRASS AND ENAMEL ITEMS. (1) Chinese brass warmer with cloisonne enamel handle, and enameled body. Marked: China. Size: 7"L, 3"W, 2 1/4"H. Condition: damage to enamel on end of handle. (1) Chinese brass and enamel cylindrical container with lid, enamel front and back center scenes, vertical lozenge shaped panels also enameled, green glass finial. Marked: China. Size: 4"H, 2 1/4"Diam. Condition: losses to enamel. 40 - 80
1558 CHINESE JADE CUP. Dark green Chinese jade cup with incised flower and bird decoration on exterior. No mark. Size: 2 1/4"H, 1 5/8"Diam. top. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1559 CHINESE HARD STONE FRUIT. Chinese hardstone fruit includes: (1) banana and leaves. 5 1/2"L, 3"W, 1 3/4"H. (1) two peaches and five leaves. 4 1/2"W, 3 1/2"L, 1 1/2"H. No mark. Condition: small chip of flake on banana. 40 - 80
1560 CONTEMPORARY POTTERY VESSEL. Hand thrown pottery vessel, thin wall construction, ragged top edge, striated blue and purple exterior glaze, interior of vessel covered with applied gold leaf. Mark: incised on bottom: Williams. Size: 8"H, 15"Diam. top, 2 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: good. 100 - 300
1561 3 ALCOA BLDG. ITEMS. (1) Alcoa Building Dedication Bowl, Kensington Ware, with interior illustration of building and words: Dedication September 1953. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Condition: wear and scratches. (1) hard bound volume, "Aluminun on the Skyline" 1953 about the cosntruction of the Alcoa Building, Pittsburgh. Pa. Condition: good. (1) Paper back volume, "Aluminum by Alcoa: The story of a light metal". History of Alcoa products and building. Condition: dents on cover, pen marks inside. 50 - 100
1562 PR VANITY FAIR CANDLE HOLDERS. Pair of Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Vanity Fair candle holders, cat. no. 7400. Designed by Lurelle Guild, patent filed 4-20-1935, issued 12-10-1935. Early mark: stag head and shield mark. Size: 4"H, 4"Diam. base. Condition: minor wear. 60 - 120
1563 4 VANITY FAIR CANDLE HOLDERS. Four Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Vanity Fair candleholders. Two small cat. 7400, size: 4"H, 4"Diam. base. Two larger cat. no. 7401, size: 7"H, 4"Diam. base. Designed by Lurelle Guild, patent filed 4-20-1935, issued 12-10-1935. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Condition: all with wear and scratches, one tall candlestick with different base, no mark, dents in shaft. 100 - 200
1564 10 CORONA CANDY DISHES. 1940. Ten Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Corona candy dishes or ash trays, cat. no. 7416, 7"round with 3"raised center with sun design. Designed by Lurelle Guild, patent filed 2-8-1940, issued 4-30-1940. Condition: two with original Kensington wrapping paper, all with wear and scratches. 100 - 200
1565 2 KENSINGTON MAYFAIR PITCHERS. Two Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Mayfair pitchers, one early with brass decoration, cat. no. 7231, one later with no brass decoration and thinner ridged top handle. Designed by Lurelle Guild, patent filed 10-11-1934, issued 1-8-1935. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 8 1/2"H. Conditoin: early pitcher has minor ding on rim, both with wear and scratches. 80 - 160
1566 6 HENLEY FRUIT & FLOWER BOWLS. Six Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Henley fruit and flower bowls, cat. no. 7407. All aluminum with ring decoration. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 9 3/4"Diam., 11/16"H. Condition: all with wear and scratches, one with dented rim. 100 - 200
1567 10 KENSINGTON SMOKING ITEMS. Ten Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware smoking items. Includes: (1) Manor Cigarette box, all aluminum with parallel ridge decoration, cat. no. 7548, designed by William C. White, patent filed 1-16-1937, issued 3-1-1938. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 7 3/8"L, 3 1/4"W, 1 1/4"D. Condition: wear and scratches. (1) Rainbow match master, cat. no. 7620 with striker strip on bottom, designed by Lurelle Guild, patent filed 11-26-1935, issued 1-12-1937. Size: 6 1/4"L, 1 1/4"W. Condition: wear and scratches. (4) Four Princess Anne Ashtrays, cat. no. 7614A with wreath design. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 4 1/4"Diam. Condition: minor wear. (4) Four larger version Princess Anne Ashtrays with wreath design. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 5 1/2"Diam. Condition: minor wear. 100 - 200
1568 6 KENSINGTON SMOKING ITEMS. Six Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware smoking items: (1) Manor Cigarette Box, all aluminum with parallel ridge decoration, cat. no. 7548, designed by William C. White, patent filed 1-16-1937, issued 3-1-1938.Monogramed: coat of arms with title: Cassis Tutissima Virtus. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 7 3/8"L, 3 1/4"W, 1 1/4"D. Condition: wear and scratches. (1) Rainbow match master, cat. 7620, designed by Lurelle Guild, patent filed 11-26-1935, issued 1-12-1937, with striker strip on bottom. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 6 1/4"L, 1 1/4"W. Condition: wear and scratches. (4) Four match box holders in original box, cat. 7605 with no decoration. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 2 1/2"L, 1 1/2"W, 7/8"D. Condition: minor wear. 80 - 160
1569 5 KENSINGTON SMOKING ITEMS. Five Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware smoking items includes: (1) Coach N Four Cigarette Box, cat. no. 7547, metal and walnut lid. Late mark: Stag head, shield and script mark. Condition: wear and scratches. (1) Rainbow Match Master, cat. no. 7620, designed by Lurelle Guild, with striker strip on bottom. Size: 6 1/4"L, 1 1/4"W. Condition: minor wear. (3) Vanity Fair small matchbox holders, cat. no. 7606, plain with no decoration. Condition: minor wear. 100 - 200
1570 PICCADILY CIGARETTE SERVER. 1936 Art Deco aluminum and black bakelite Kensington Ware cigarette server, lift handle with opening cylinder on black bakelite base. Designed by Julius Ralph Davidson, patent filed 1-15-1936, issued 9-1-1936. No mark. Size: 4"H, 3 1/4"W, 3"D. Condition: wear and scratches, holds two packs of cigarettes. 80 - 160
1571 USEPPA ISLAND PRINT. 20th c. Offset litho after a pen drawing by L. Davis. Shows Collier's Inn on Useppa Island, on the southwestern Gulf coast of Florida. These are a historic resort town and a refurbished and popular inn. Size framed: 18" h., 22" w. Condition: no defects; frame is as is. 20 - 40
1572 TWO PATRICK OXENHAM MICE REPROS. 20th c. Offset lithographs after original watercolor paintings. Signed in pencil. Oxenham (British, 1922-) is an illustrator known for rodent illustrations, ie. mice, squirrels, etc. These two show a single mouse on a branch and, three mice clambering on a discarded show. Very detailed. Size framed: 21" h., 17" w. Condition: no visible defects; frames are as is. 60 - 80
1573 TOBACCONISTS SILKSCREEN. 20th c. Serigraph on paper. Signed in pencil Dan Bales. #105/300. Cartoonish representation of a family of tobacco shop owners standing outside the shop. Size: 17" h., 20 1/2" w., framed 28" h., 32" w. Condition: no visible defects; frame as is. 100 - 160
1574 WILLIAM VRSCAK WATERCOLOR. 20th c. Watercolor on paper. Signed Wm. Vrscak AWS (American Watercolor Society). Vrscak is a local artist and a member of several watercolor societies. He has shown in many Pittsburgh galleries and juried shows. This shows a red house and mailbox. Size: 21" h., 28" w., framed 30" h., 37" w. Condition: no glass. 200 - 400
1575 19TH C. NEEDLEPOINT PICTURE. 19th c. needlepoint of a woman in a landscape with wide black needlepoint border, in gilt decorated oak frame. No mark Size: needlepoint: 20"H, 16"W. frame: 25 3/4"H, 21"W. Condition: colors faded on needlepoint, frame edges chipped. 100 - 200
1576 TWO FRENCH NAUTICAL PRINTS. 19th c. Engravings on paper. They show a 90 cannon and 120 cannon prints. Size framed: 19"h., 22" w. Condition: no visible defects. 150 - 250
1577 PRIMITIVE FEMALE HEAD CARVING. Wood. Unsigned. Resembles a woman with a big beehive hairdo. Size: 15 1/2" h. Condition: various scuffs and wear to the shellacked finish. 25 - 40
1578 ANTIQUE FLORAL PAINTING. 19th c. Oil on canvas, mounted on board. Unsigned. Shows roses, lilies, jonny jump-ups, lupins, and unidentified blue flowers. Size: 11 3/4" h., 9" w., framed 17" h., 14" w. Condition: craquellure; frame as is. 100 - 175
1579 CHARLES LEVIER LADY IN RED W/C. 20th c. Watercolor on paper. Signed lower left. Levier (French, 1920-) is a listed artist of figures and scenes. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Paris, The Seattle MOA, and museums in Atlanta, Evansville, and San Diego. This shows a bored woman in a red dress along a typically French looking street. Size: 26" h., 19 1/2" w. Condition: no visible defects. 400 - 500
1580 CICONERI WATERCOLOR OF PISA. 1957. Watercolor and ink on paper. Signed lower right. Marked "Pisa, Piazza de Miracol." Size: 11 1/2" h., 17 1/4" w. Condition: slightly yellowed at the edges. 100 - 200
1581 12 COCKTAIL FORKS IN COALPORT VASE. 12 cocktail forks in Coalport white porcelain vase. Includes: (6) cocktail forks with dice as finials. No mark. 4"L. (6) cocktail forks with wire encased hardstones as finials, twisted stems. No mark. Size: 3 1/2"L. (1) Coalport small white vase, ovoid form, pebbled surface texture, each side with applied white flower. Marked: Coalport Bone China made in England Est. 1750. Size: 2 3/4"H, 2 1/2"W, 1 1/2"D. Condition: minor chips on flowers. 40 - 80
1582 MOTHER OF PARL FOUNTAIN PEN. American mother of pearl fountain pen with gold nib marked "Ferris & Willis #2" in original green velvet box. box lining inscribed in ink "From Gertie Pulliam". Size: pen 6"L, case 7 3/4"L. Condition: wear to case fabric. 40 - 80
1583 PR CLASSICAL TIE BACKS. Pair of classical style gilt metal curtain tie backs, bead and leaf decoration, stylized Prince of Wales feather decorated ends. No mark. Size: 7"H, 1 1/2"W, 4 1/2"D. Condition: wear to metal, one tie back slightly bent. 50 - 100
1584 PR GILT METAL TIE BACKS. Pair gilt metal tie backs, curved acanthus leaf form. No mark. Size: 6"L, 2 1/2"W, 4"D. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1585 AMBER NEFERTITI BUST. Amber bust of Egyptian Queen Nefertiti on black painted wooden base. Original sculpture in Berlin Museum. No mark. Size: bust: 2"H, with base: 3 1/4"H. Condition: wear to finish of base. 50 - 100
1586 AMBER RING. Ring has a large square cut stone set in gold. Gold marked: 333. Ring size: 6. Condition: flaw in stone; scratches. 250 - 350
1587 AMBER PENDANT. Large tear drop-shaped pendant is set in gold. Gold marked: 333. Measures: 2 1/8" l. Condition: minor scratches. 125 - 250
1588 PR GILT WALL SCONCES. Pair of gessoed and gilt wooden wall sconces, center shell and acanthus leaf decoration on base, shaped shelf, two triangular metal hangers. No mark. Size: 4"H, 9 1/4"W, 5 1/2"D. Condition: minor wear to gilt finish. 50 - 100
1589 PR BRASS RIBBON SCONCES. Pair of brass wall sconces, pendant bow ribbon decoration, shelf with egg and dart repousse metal frieze. No mark. Size: 7"H, 9"W, 4 1/2"D. Conditon: finish worn, ribbon pendants bent. 60 - 120
1590 5 WEDGWOOD PLATES. Five Wedgwood blue transferware plates, each with an interior scene featuring a different occupation drinking in a tavern. Figures include: Huntsman, sailor, soldier, farmer and game keeper. Marked: Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd. England Trademark, Founed in 1835. Size: 4"Diam. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1591 4 GOLDEN MING BOWLS. Four Kensington Ware Golden Ming Bowls, cat. no. G7431, c. 1957-1959. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 7"Diam. 3"H. Condition: wear and scratches. 40 - 80
1592 8 DOVER BREAD TRAYS. Eight Kensington Ware aluminum dover bread trays with pineapple decorated ends. Includes: (6) aluminum finish bread trays cat. no. 7155. (1) golden finish bread tray, cat. no. G7155, c.1957-1959. (1) golden textured finish bread tray. All marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Conditoin: all with wear and scratches. 50 - 100
1593 4 KENSINGTON PIONEER TRAYS. Four Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Pioneer trays. (2) aluminum finish cat. no. 7160. (2) golden finish, cat. no. G7160. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 10 3/4 x 10 3/4" square. Condition: wear and scratches. 40 - 80
1594 4 KENSINGTON PIONEER TRAYS. Four Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware "Pioneer Trays" cat. no. 7160. Old train engine center decoration. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 10 3/4" x 10 3/4"square. Conditon: wear and scratches. 40 - 80
1595 6 GOLDEN ALUMINUM ITEMS. (4) Golden Kensington Ware Dorchester Trays, cat. no.G7060, c. 1957-1959, laurel center decoration. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 10 3/4" x 10 3/4" square. Condition: wear and scratches. (2) Oval trays, golden finish, similar decoration. Marked: Buffet Service, No. G4565 Wear Ever Trademark. Size: 12"L, 6"W. Conditoin: wear and scratches. 50 - 100
1596 5 GOLDEN ALUMINUM ITEMS. (2) Kensington Ware Golden Dorchester Canape plates, cat. no. G7070, c. 1957-1959. Late mark: stag head, shield and scratches. Size: 15"Diam. Condition: wear and scratches. (1) Kensington Ware Golden Dorchester Bowl. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 9 1/4"Diam. 1 3/4"H. Condition: wear and scratches. (2) Golden oval trays with Dorchester wreath decoration. marked: Buffet Service No.G4566 Wear Ever Trademark. Size: 15 1/2"L, 10"W. Conditoin: wear and scratches. 50 - 100
1597 4 GOLDEN KENSINGTON TRAYS (2) Kensington Ware Golden Chatham trays, cat. no. G7058, c. 1957-1959, laurel wreath decoration. Late mark. Stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 14"L, 8 1/4"W. Condition: wear and scratches. (2) Kensington Ware Golden Chatham trays, cat. no. G70750, c. 1957-1959 with clipper ship design in center. Late mark. Stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 14"L, 8 1/4"W. Condition: wear and scratches. 40 - 80
1598 10 CLIFTON CELERY DISHES. Ten Kensington Ware Clifton Celery dishes. (9) aluminum finish cat. no. 7314, c. 1939, oval shape with center stylized decoration. Late mark. Size: 11 1/4"L, 5 3/4"W. Condition: wear and scratches. (1) Golden Clifton celery dish, cat. no. G7314, c. 1957-1959. No center decoration. Late mark. Stag head, sheild and script mark. Size: 11 1/4"L, 5 3/4"W. Condition: wear and scratches. 100 - 200
1599 4 MAJESTIC QUEEN PCS. Four Kensington Ware Majestic Queen items. (2) Golden round Majestic Queen trays, c. 1957-1959. Decoration with Queen surrounded by hearts, clubs, spades, diamonds. No mark. Size: 10 3/4"Diam. Condition: minor wear. (2) Kensington Ware aluminum Majestic Queen trays, cat. no. 7165. Same decoration. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 10 3/4" x 10 3/4"square. condition: one in good condition, one with wear and scratches. 40 - 80
1600 10 KENSINGTON CLIPPER SHIP BOWLS. Ten Kensington Ware aluminum bowls, (9) with aluminum finish, (1) with golden finish, clipper ship center design. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 9 1/4"Diam. top, 1 3/4"H. Condition: wear and scratches. 100 - 200
1601 ALUMINUM TABLE LAMP. Aluminum shade and urn form base having brass handles. Size: 14" H, 9" dia, shade is 16.5" diameter. Condition: we can't get shade to stay on the base, we always reccommend that you rewire the lamps. 20 - 40
1602 SOFA WITH PIERCED AND CARVED SKIRT. Three cushion seat upholstered in a tan grounded fabric with muted multicolored branches bearing fruit and flowers. Size: 33" H, 80" W, 36" D. Condition: frame is sturdy, finish is good, fabric appears to be clean. 200 - 400
1604 19TH CENTURY GILT MIRROR. Oval frame with beaded interior surmounted by a large bow with tails. Size: 34" H, 24" W, 5" D. Condition: gilt is cracking and lifting, gesso or plaster bow has some cracks in it. 125 - 250
1605 ASSORTED COSTUME JEWELRY. The lot includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings, a pin and a glass clown. Condition: no visible defects for most; pin needs a bead re-attached; crystal necklace has a piece that needs re-attached; 25 - 50
1606 SEVEN CUFF BRACELETS. The lot includes seven flexible cuff bracelets and one gold mesh watch fob(?). Condition: some scratches on some bracelets. 25 - 50
1607 ASSORTED RHINESTONE JEWELRY. The lot includes a white rhinestone bracelet and matching clips; a blue and white rhinestone leaf shaped pin and matching screw on earrings; a blue and white rhinestone drop pendant necklace and matching screw on earrings; three matching green rhinestone flower pins; three matching white and blue flower rhinestone pins; one white rhinestone ring; a pair of green rhinestone sterling screw on earrings; a pair of red and white rhinestone screw on earrings; a pair of faux diamond drop screw on earrings; a white rhinestone snowflake pin; a purple rhinestone flower pin; a gold leaf shaped pin with red and white rhinestone flowers and a crystal faceted paperweight. Condition: some discoloration on some pieces; white bracelet is missing a stone; two stones need re-glued on blue earrings. 50 - 75
1608 LADIE'S METAL BELTS. (1) silver fish scale belt. Length: 27". (2) Gold mesh buckle belt. Length: 32". (3) Round silver link belt. Length: 35". (4) Mexican style belt. Length: 28.5". (5) Interlocking silver chain belt. Length: 43". Also, includes a silver mesh belt buckle bracelet. Length: 8". Condition: no visible defects. 25 - 50
1609 FAUX PEARLS & OTHERS. Lot includes the following: a strand of opera length white faux pearls; six faux pearl necklaces; a faux pearl necklace and bracelet set with rhinestone clasps; a faux pearl bracelet(clasp needs re-attached); a Trifari gold leaf, faux pearl and diamond bracelet; a Trifari white bead and gold necklace, bracelet and clip on earrings set(bracelet is broken); a pair of faux pearl clip on earrings; two faux pearl tie tacs; a faux diamond initial stick pin; a gold mesh and faux pearl necklace(needs re-strung); a Hattie Carnegie crystal and white bead multi-strand necklace; a green stone and crystal bead multi-strand necklace; a pair of ladie's mesh gloves; a pair of ladie's white gloves(sizes unknown); and a handkerchief. Condition: in addition to the defects mentioned above, many of the pearls are discolored or the finish is peeling off. 25 - 50
1610 ASSORTED PINS. The lot includes eleven leather flower pins; three metal flower pins; a silver leaf and strawberry(clasp is broken off); purple stone brooch; a turtle pin; a wood floral motif pin; a round enamel butterfly pin(tac missing from back); a knitted flower stick pin; a faux mother-ofpearl "Mother" pin; a double doves pin; a 1/20 12K gold filled leaf and ivory(?) rose pin and a 14K gold filled circle leaf and ivory(?) rose pin and matching screw on earring set. Condition: no visible defects; except for the ones mentioned above. 25 - 50
1611 THREE FINE ART BOOKS. "Richard Lindner: Fun city Original Watercolors". Published by Spencer A. Samuels & Co., N.Y., 1971. 37 pages. Softcover in plain black wrappers. Tipped in color plates. Condition: a few small, light soil spots on title page; otherwise very good. "Eakins Watercolors", by Donelson F. Hoopes. 1rst Edition. Published by Watson-Guptill Publications, N.Y., 1971. Condition: The original publisher's cardboard slipcase has sun fade, but is otherwise intact and strong. It has done its job well in protecting the book. There is no ink, name, bookplate, stain; creases, price clip etc. This is an excellent copy. "Decorative Art Of Victoria's Era", by Frances Lichten. 1rst Edition. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, N.Y., 1950. 274 pages. Includes 96 pages of illustrations and 14 two-color plates. Blue cloth with black and gilt decorative cover; black label spine with gilt lettering. Condition: good. 100 - 125
1612 FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS. By Ernest Hemingway. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1940. Condition: very good; dust jacket is intact; good tight version. The lot also includes "Stories of King Arthur", by U. Waldo Cutler. Illustrated by Elinore Blaisdell. Published by Crowell, New York, 1941. Hardcover. 125 - 150
1613 FIVE NAUTICAL BOOKS. (1) Sailing Craft, by Edwin Schoettle. 1928. Hardback. (2) Shipwrecks Of the Great Lakes, by Dana Bowen. 1969. Hardback. (3) The Steamship Book, by William Pryor. 1934. Hard back. (4) Crusoe's Island, by J. Ross Browne. 1864. Hardback. (5) Watching For the Wind, by James Edinger. 1967. Softback. Condition: age appropiate wear for all. 50 - 75
1614 FIVE ART RELATED BOOKS. (1) Cartoon Cavalcade, by Thomas Craven. Published by Simon & Schuster. Hardcover. Oversized format edition: 1943 with illustrations. (2) Masterpieces from the Berlin Museums. Soft cover. (3) Japanese Stencil Designs, by Tuer. Softcover. (4) The Artists Handbook, by Ralph Mayer. 1940. Hardcover. (5) The Picture Framers Handbook. 1973. Hardback. Condition: good for all. 75 - 125
1615 THE WEST FROM A CAR WINDOW. By Richard Harding Davis. Published by Harpers, New york City, 1892. Illustrated by Frederick Remington. Decorated blue boards, with silver drawings. Silver letters bright on spine. Owner's plate on inside cover. Condition: no dust cover, but good. Lot also includes "On The Trail Of Washington", by Frederick Trevor Hills. 1922. Hardback. Condition: good. 100 - 125
1616 RICHARD BYRD'S LITTLE AMERICA. Complete title is: Little America: Aerial Exploration in the Antarctic, The Flight to the South Pole, by Richard E. Byrd. Published by G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York and London, 1930. 1st edition. 422 pages. Blue cloth with gilt lettering on front and spine; photo endpapers; frontis; portrait of the author. No dust jacket. Not signed. Condition: some light discoloration to spine, but good copy. Lot also includes "The Story Of Mankind", by Hendrik Van Loon. 1922. Hardback. Condition: age appropiate wear. 150 - 200
1617 A DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY. By Cyrus Townsend Brady. Published by Scribner's, New York, 1903. 1st edition. Red cloth printed in gilt. Condition: good. Lot also includes "The Adventures of A Modest Man", by Robert Chambers. Hardback. Condition: good. 50 - 75
1618 THE CHRISTY GIRL. By Howard Chandler Christy. Illustrated by Howard Chandler Christy. Published by Gosset and Dunlap, New York; Bobbs-Merrill Co., New York, 1906. Pictorial hardcover. Condition: overall is good; some pages loose; beautiful illustrations. 200 - 250
1619 THE WHOLE FAMILY: A NOVEL BY TWELVE AUTHORS. Published by Harper, New York, 1908. Among the other authors who contribute a chapter to this most curious book are: W.D. Howells, Mary W. Freeman, and J.K. Bangs. Decorated blue cloth with gold. Condition: good and tight. 75 - 100
1620 THREE BOOKS. (1) The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Not dated. Published by Lupton, New York, N.Y. Hardcover. Condition: pages brown; intact. (2) The Castaway, by Hallie Erminie Rives. Published by Bobbs-Merrill, May, 1904. 1st edition. Bound in red cloth, with cover of olive decorative borders and devices; gilt lettering. Designed by "E.C.". The color pictorial cover onlay, tissue-guarded color frontis, and seven color plates are by Howard Chandler Christy. Condition: age appropiate wear. (3) The Shutters Of Silence, by G.B. Burgin. Published by The Smart Set, 1903. Condition: some age appropiate wear. 75 - 125
1621 CIRCA 1900 57" WIDE CARVED BED. Maple or birch stained cherry. With applied scrolling leaf carving. Size: 59" H, 57" W. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1622 TURN OF THE CENTURY MIRRORED DRESSER. Mahogany. Beveled mirror in an egg and dart frame pivots in a frame with fluted sides and leaf design top. Three over two drawer base has a little florish of leaf carving on the bottom center. Size: 74" H, 54" W, 24" D. Condition: original finish is as-is, pulls are replacements. 60 - 120
1623 CARVED WOOD VENETIAN KING SIZE BED. Post 1950, marked "Made in Italy". C-scrolling leafage is gilt and cream painted. Sturdy because back has original metal scrolling reinforcing bars which are screwed on. Size: 67" H, 8'4" W. Condition: extremely minor separation at the wood joins from dryness. 150 - 300
1624 ELECTRIFIED MIRRORED PEDESTAL. C.1940s, octagonal pedestal with handpainted chinoiserie decoration depicting a couple in a flowering landscape. Size: 36" H, 18" W, 18" D. Condition: three panels have small circles where the mirror silver has blackened, originally glued on lucite knob has come off. 40 - 80
1625 CONTINENTAL DINING TABLE. Post 1960. Rectangular top with serpentine shaped corners, the whole raised on cabriole legs. Does not take leaves. Size: 30" H, 40" W, 75" D. Condition: good. 150 - 300
1626 SIX VENETIAN DINING CHAIRS. Six chairs (two arm) in a distressed pea green paint with parcel gilt. Having cabriole legs and curvacious stretchers. Size: 42" H, 25" W, 21" D. Condition: sturdy. 350 - 500
1627 EASTLAKE VICTORIAN MARBLE TOP TABLE. Brownish marble top on apron with pendant leaf decoration and x-form line incised base with finial. Size: 29.5" H, 20" W, 26" D. Condition: 10" long pendant leaf decoration is missing from one side, a different pendant leaf decoration missing a 1.5" leaf from its center. 100 - 200
1628 QUARTER SAWN OAK HAT RACK. Wall hanging beveled mirror in a thick oak frame with side panels mounted with brass coat and hat hooks. Size: 31" H, 45" W, 2.5" D. Condition: original finish has some marks on the very top center, one hook is as-is. 60 - 120
1629 FOUR DRAWER MAPLE DRESSER. Square legs, bowed top, bowed top two drawer with mushroom pulls. Two lower flat drawers with fancy brand pulls on casters. Size: 48" w., 32" h., 23" deep. Condition: mirror or back splash missing; top finish worn; bottom drawer veneer missing; stains and wear. 60 - 120
1630 TURN OF THE CENTURY CHIFFEROBE. Mahogany veneered. One side has a tall door, the other has a small door and six drawers. Size: 64" H, 42" W, 21" D. Condition: two missing escutcheons, one small 1" square veneer missing, surface scratches. 60 - 120
1631 PRINT AFTER KITAGAWA UTAMARO. 20th c. Woodblock copy image after the late 18th c. original. Two woman are shown, one is writing calligraphy. Size: 14 3/8" h., 9" w., framed 18 7/8" h., 12 3/4" w. Condition: no defects to the print; the frame is falling apart. 125 - 175
1632 JAPANESE FISHING VILLAGE WATERCOLOR. Date unknown. Marked with calligraphy and one collector's seal. Shows a fishing village in a rainy haze or perhaps at dusk. Well executed in grey ink and light blue watercolor on orange-tan paper. Size: 8 3/4" h., 13 3/4" w., framed 16 1/4" h., 20 1/2" w. Condition: no visible defects. 200 - 300
1633 VIEW OF PARIS COLORED LITHOGRAPH. 19th c. Black crayon lithograph, extensively colored with watercolor. A tag on the verso reads "Vue Generale de Paris." Also written in pencil are the following: Desin d'apres nature par Fechat (Drawing after nature by Fechat), Lith par Tho. Muller et Fechat (Lithographed by Tho. Muller and Fechat), Paris, publie .... Galerie D'Orleans. This shows a view of Paris of Second Empire period; the Louvre, the Ile de Cite de Paris with Notre Dame is also visible among many buildings. Size: 12" h., 17" w., framed 14 3/4" h., 19 3/4" w. Condition: slight foxing, damage to frame. 300 - 500
1634 REPRODUCED PERUVIAN TEXTILE. Colored threads on black velvet (?). Age is unknown but presumably 20th c. A tag on the frame's back reads "Reproduccione Artesania Peruaha." Attractive pattern, lossely vegetal, which is perhaps after an ancient design. Unusual brass inlaid wooden frame. Size framed: 18" h., 15 1/4" w. Condition: as is for both textile and frame. 75 - 150
1635 F. BARBEDIENNE CAST OF LUCIUS VERUS. 19th c./early 20th c. Bronze. Marked on the rear "F. Barbedienne. fonduer." The Barbedienne Foundry in Paris was famous during its relatively brief period of operation (1870s to 1918) for producing the finest quality of casting as well as casting Rodin's work among many other artists' work. This bust represents a member of the Antonine family of Imperial Rome (Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius, Commodus, and Lucius Verus); the thin nose and short forehead most closely follow established patterns for Lucius Verus, Emperor Marcus Aurelius' adopted brother. Size: 21 1/4" h., 8 1/4" deep. Condition: no defects. 2,000 - 3,500
1636 MERCURY AFTER GIAMBOLOGNA. Bronze with red variegated marble and black stone base. Marked "Nelli Roma." Shows Mercury with the cadeucis borne aloft by a puff from Zephyr (?), god of wind. Finely cast. Size: 38" h. with base. Condition: there is an old hairline crack in the yellow bronze base to which the sculptural group is attached; minor patina wear. 2,000 - 3,000
1637 POLISH MADONNA PAINTING. 20th c. Oil on canvas (mounted to board). Unsigned. Various Polish words are: Matki Boskiej (God's mother), Kalwarii (Calvary), and Pamiatka. A crowned Mary and crowned Baby Jesus are shown in this primitively styled painting that also shows a church and a village. Size framed: 24" h., 19" w. Condition: no visible defects; frame as is. 200 - 300
1638 NOCTURNE OIL AND CAROUSEL PRINT. The nocturnal painting shows a cabin in a snowy forest, behind a stone wall. Marked E.F. The carousel print is marked Tyler 88. 144/500. Sizes: 19 1/2" h., 25"w. & 27"h., 12"w. Condition: no major defects to either; both are as is. 80 - 100
1639 JACQUES LALANDE TRIO LITHOGRAPH. 20th c. Color lithograph. Signed in pencil. 45/250. Lalande is a listed artist of decoratively sweet imagery; this shows a chamber music trio performing. Size: 22" h., 30" w. Condition: no visible defects. 100 - 200
1640 DANIEL SHERRIN LANDSCAPE. Late 19th c./ perhaps very early 20th c. Signed D. Sherrin lower left. Sherrin (British, 1868-1915) is a listed landscape artist; this lot shows a stream and trees in the distance. Size: 19 1/2" h., 30" w., framed 26" h., 36" w. Condition: 3/4" square repair in the left side among the trees.; frame as is. 4,000 - 6,000
1641 EDISON VICTROLA AND 48 RECORDS. Mahogany lift lid floor model case has a lower door concealing slots for album storage. Size: 52" H, 22" W, 24" D. Condition: broken front lattice work grille, may not operate. 20 - 40
1642 22 INCH HIGH CONCRETE FOUNTAIN. Five piece fountain, made of concrete but appears to be limestone. Comes with a pump. Size: 22" H, 22" diameter. Condition: works. 20 - 40
1644 4 FT X 13 FT 10IN BRAIDED RAG RUG. Multi colored rug with rounded ends. Condition: 32" of outer edge is missing (you could just remove the outer 2 rows). All sales are final. 20 - 40
1645 5FT 2 IN X 8FT 4IN BRAIDED RAG RUG. Multi colored with rounded ends. Condition: has two holes measuring 3"x 6" and 3"x 5". All sales are final. 20 - 40
1646 3FT X 6FT 10IN HOOKED AREA RUG. Tan background divided into leaf bordered panels, each containing a yellow and red flower. Condition: has two small areas where it has come unraveled, a minor damage on the side. 30 - 50
1647 4FT X 6FT 5IN BRAIDED RAG RUG. Oval multi colored rag rug. Condition: has multiple stains, all sales are final. 20 - 40
1648 9 FT X 13 FT OVAL BRAIDED RAG RUG. Handwoven in multi colors. Condition: has two tears, the largest being 2" x 4", needs to be cleaned, all sales are final. 40 - 80
1649 CUSTOM CARPET 15 FT X 19 FT. Cream and blue custom carpet, pale blue bands around edge, corner quadrants filled with large blue acanthus scroll decoration and floral sprays, center field filled with pale blue lattice pattern. Marked: Edward Fields. Size: 15ft x 19 ft. Condition: age appropriate wear. Please examine before bidding, all sales final. 800 - 1,600
1650 CUSTOM CARPET 16 FT X 18 FT. Large custom carpet with cinnamon or mustard brown field, random groups of two tone blue stylized flower forms with darker abstract backgrounds. Marked: Edward Fields 1970. Condition: age appropriate wear. Please examine before bidding, all sales final. 400 - 800
1651 E. RITTERSHAUSEN FLUTE c.1890 German silver flute in original case, three part construction 14"L, 5"L, 8 3/4"L. Probably sterling silver body. Made by E. Rittershausen in Berlin, Germany, late 19th c. master instrument maker, trained by Theobald Boehm of Munich the greatest innovator in flute design. Marked: (on flute body) E. Rittershausen. (case marked) E. Rittershausen Instrumenten Fabrik Berlin. Plaque on lid of case reads: Henry A. Butler Youngstown, O. Condition: case comes with period cleaning brush, case cover worn, key for lock missing, all instruments sold as is. 2,500 - 5,000
1652 BUESCHER SAXAPHONE. Silver colored metal saxaphone with mother of pearl buttons and gilt horn interior. Comes in purple velvet lined case. Marked: horn inscribed: The Buescher Elkhart Ind. 136859 Low Pitch License Pat. Dec 31 1910 True Tone Trademark Registered. Case marked: Buescher. Size: saxaphone 26"L, case: 24 1/2"L, 9 1/2"D, 6 1/4"H. Condition: wear to metal finish, handle missing from case, instrument sold as is. 100 - 200
1653 BRASS TUBA Brass horned instrument with silver mouthpiece and mother of pearl button tops. Horn marked: Otis Ambassader, Mouthpiece marked: King 28, case marked: Conn. Size: 3#"L, 12"W, 11 1/2"Diam. horn. Condition: metal finish worn, comes in molded carrying case. 50 - 100
1654 KOHLER CELLO Kohler cello with double black banding decoration along edge. Marked inside with label: Wenzel Kohler, Luby (Schonbach) Czechoslovakia. bow unmarked. Size: 45"L with bottom rest not extended, 16"W widest part. bow: 28"L. Condition: knicks and scratches to wooden surface of cello, comes in cloth carrying case, case includes: Seiko digital metronome DR-20, 4 pitch tuning pipe, two boxes of rosin. One string on cello missing. 400 - 800
1655 LUTE LIKE INSTRUMENT. Eight stringed lute like instrument, bulbous wood formed body, teardrop shaped front profile, simulated inlay (painted leaf and flower decoration), eight plastic string tighteners, three bone inlaid buttons on arm of instrument. No mark. Size: 24"L, 8"W, 5 1/4"D. Condition: minor separation of front face from body at seam. 75 - 150
1656 VIOLIN IN CASE. Old violin in wooden case with bow. Marked: violin marked on inside "Antonius Stadivarius Cremonenlis Faciebat Anno 1725 (and unknown mark)". Bow marked: L. Bausch. Size: violin, 23 1/2"L, bow 29"L, wooden case 31"L. Condition: violin: neck loose from body, finish on body badly worn, one tightening string key broken. Bow: many strings broken, wooden case: lid broken, interior badly worn. 100 - 300
1658 TRI-STONE RING & TWO BANDS. The lot consists of a 14K yellow gold ring with an emerald cut citrine, diamond and tourmaline. The well cut citrine measures 6mm. x 4mm. The well cut tourmaline measures 6mm. x 4mm. The emerald cut diamond weighs .70 ct. Color: G. Clarity: VVS-1. The gold baguette mounting weighs 3.8 Pennyweights. The mounting measures 7 mm. tapering to 3 mm. Ring size: 8. Comes with a written appraisal of $ 4600.00. Also includes two 14K gold bands. Band sizes: 7 & 7.5. Condition: minor scratches on bands of all three. 2,000 - 4,000
1659 SILVER FILIGREE BRACELET. The silver bracelet has a hinged filigree design with a center copper(?) heart. Unmarked. Bracelet length: 7". Condition: bracelet is missing its clasp; some discoloration to metal. 25 - 50
1660 TWO GOLD NECKLACES & BRACELET. The lot incudes two gold necklaces, a gold and jade bracelet and one shrimp hoop earring. One is a twisted rope necklace. Necklace length: 23". Marked: Krementz. One is a delicate chain. marked: NYCO: 14KT. One is a gold chain bracelet with jade balls. Marked: 14K. Bracelet length: 7". One is a single small shrimp hoop earring. Unmarked. Condition: good for chains and bracelet; earring is badly discolored. 40 - 60
1661 SCARAB BRACELET. The bracelet has multi-colored scarab carved stones in a gold metal setting. Marked: Germany. Condition: light green and pink stones have minor dirt or discoloration. 25 - 50
1662 TWO LADIE'S WATCHES. One is a Hamilton watch with a stainless steel Speidel band accented on both sides of the bezel with diamonds. Marked on back of case: 10K GOLD; Ross; Hamilton. Condition: scratches on crystal and case; watch winds, but does not appear to work. One is a Perraux watch with a flexible gold Speidel band accented on both sides of the bezel and band with diamonds. Case is unmarked. Condition: crystal is nicked and scratched; case is scratched; watch appears to work, but stem is slightly askew. 600 - 800
1663 WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE RING. The ring has a black background with a white figure set in sterling. Ring is marked on the back: Wedgwood; Made in England. Band is marked: Rainbow; Ster. Ring size: 6. Condition: minor discoloration on figure. 25 - 50
1664 CINDERELLA WATCH. The watch shows Cinderella against a pink dial. Dial is marked: WD. Back of watch is marked: US; TIME. Condition: leather band is missing a piece; watch does not appear to work; scratches on crystal and bezel. 25 - 50
1665 CONTEMPORARY GOLD BRACELET. The bracelet has an interlocking link style with alternating curved panels of floral and geometric design. Marked: Spain. Bracelet length: 7". Condition: minor scratches on back. 50 - 75
1666 STERLING FFA RING. Ring is marked on the front: "Vocational Agriculture; FFA". It has an eagle and shield symbol as well as an owl(?) symbol. Marked on the inside band: Balfour; Sterling. Ring size: 11.5. Condition: green discoloration and scratches on band. 25 - 50
1667 BELL TELEPHONE SERVICE AWARDS. Lot includes three pins, four pendants (one on a chain), and a charm bracelet. These items were offered to employees for years of service. Most are gold filled, one is marked 14K. Condition: no visible defects. 20 - 50
1668 MEN'S ACCESSORIES & OTHERS. The lot includes a 1/20 12 KT. gold filled tie clip and matching cuff links; an Anson gold and white stone tie clip; a Swank silver tie clip and matching cuff links; a Veterans of foreign Wars tie tac; an American Legion tie tac; a "B.P.O.E." tie tac; a silver metal sweater clip and a Bell Telephone service award silver metal sweater clip. Condition: one sweater clip is discolored ; otherwise no visible defects. 20 - 40
1669 PHONE CO. CHARMS & BRACELETS. The lot includes four bracelets with attached charms; a charm on a chain; a bracelet without a charm and thirteen charms. All are marked: Sterling. The chain's mark is undecipherable. The charms and bracelets were given out by Bell Telephone Co. as awards for different years of attendance. Condition: no visible defects. Also includes a silver cross with a white stone chip(unmarked) and a brass colored dagger pin with a sheath. Marked: STERLING; 925. Condition: possibly missing two decorative balls on sheath; cross has no visible defects. 50 - 100
1670 2 MUSICAL PITCHER & TANKARD. Two Crown Devon ceramic items with music box inserts in bottom. (1) Widdicombe Fair Pitcher, polychromed, raised ceramic decoration with music box bottom, 8 verses painted on body of pitcher under spout, Chorus text runs along bottom.Marked: Crown Devon Fieldings Made in England. RN 802897. Size: 7 1/2"H, 7 1/2"W, 6 1/2"D. Condition: mionor crazing, crack in rim at spout. (1) Tom Peel tankard, decorated with 8 line poem, porfile portrait of Tom Peel, and fox riding crop, music box bottom. marked: Crown Devon Fieldings Made in England. RN 755789. Size: 4 1/2"H, 5 1/2"W, 4 1/2"D. Condition: music box element is separated from tankard. 125 - 250
1671 THREE PICKWICK PAGES ILLUSTRATIONS. Dated 1837. Published July 1st, 1837 by Ackermann & Co., 96 Strand. Standige & Co., Lith., London. Perhaps from the first edition. Illustrations by either Robert Seymour or Hablot Knight Browne (aka "Phiz"). The pages show: Ben Allen & Bob Sawyer, Sir You Are A Humbug, The Slide, Pickwick Going Sporting, Captain Boldwig and his Meek Gardeners, Mr Lowton & Old Jack Bamber, Mr Weller senior, Mr Magnus & The Shepherd. Size: each page is 9" h., 5 5/8" w. Condition: each page is yellowed/browned with minimal edges wear and tear. 300 - 500
1672 THREE PICKWICK ILLUSTTRATIONS. Dated 1837. Published July 1st, 1837 by Ackermann & Co., Strand. Standidge & Co., lith., London. Three pages that are removed from the Chas. Dickens book, these pages are perhaps from the first edition. Shown are: Magnus & Pickwick Quarelling, Mr Nupkins & a Middle Aged Lady, Mr Jinks & Muzzle, Winkle Travelling, Mrs Weller & the Deputy Shepherd, Tupmann & Snodgrass, and Pickwick's Mistake. Size: each page is 9" h., 5 5/8" w. Condition: each is yellowed/ brown with wear and losses on most edges. 300 - 500
1673 THREE PICKWICK PAPERS ILLUSTRATIONS. Each is dated 1837. Pub., July 1st, 1837 by Ackermann & Co., Strand. Standige & Co. Lithographers, London. May be the illustrations of either Robert Seymour of Hablot Knight Browne (aka "Phiz"). Perhaps from the first printing. Shows: The Gravediggers Draught, Winkle & Young Lady with Fur Boots, Pickwick's Unexpected Salute, Seargeant Buzfuz and etc., Mrs Chappins Examination, The Intelligent Jury, Didsen & Fogg's Clerks, Potts & Winkle-Serpent!, Boy with Provisons, and Gamekeeper. Size: each page is 9" h., 5 5/8" w. Condition: each page is yellowed with wear and tear to all edges; The Gravediggers Draught is torn in the upper part. 300 - 500
1674 WINTER CARRIAGE OIL PAINTING. Late 19th c. Oil on canvas. Perhaps signed in the lower left, but nearly indistinct (Rudin?, Frudin?). This image shows top hatted teamsters directing a four horse carriage through deep snow. The old, plain joined stretcher bars bear a stamp "Harry Eichleay Art Co. 1606 Arlington Ave., Pittsburgh, PA." Size: 16" h., 24" w., framed 20" h., 28" w. Condition: in the lower right there is a 1 1/2" square inpainted area, inpainting in the carriage, the teamsters top hats and in the trees at the top of the image. 1,500 - 2,000
1675 PR GILT METAL TIE BACKS. Pair of Victorian gilt metal curtain tie backs, gilt and burnished highlights, repousse leaf and medallion decoration. No mark. Size: 8 1/2"L, 3 1/4"W, 2 1/2"D. Condition: minor wear to metal surface. 60 - 120
1676 A. ROSSELLI PARIS #4 OIL. Mid 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed on the recto, lower right and written in pencil "Paris #4, by Rosselli." This shows a Parisian street, 2nd Empire buildings and the Eiffel Tower. Painted in a quasi-impressionist style. Size: 24" h., 48" w., framed 29" h., 53" w. Condition: needs to be cleaned; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 250 - 400
1677 2 PITTSBURGH GLASS INKWELLS. (1) Pressed clear glass inkwell with pollished beveled edges and top. Inkwell surrounded by alternating sides molded: (2) Geo. P. Whitney Pittsburgh, (2) Geo. P. Whitney Broker. No mark. Size: 2 1/2"L, 2 1/2"W, 2"H. Condition: good. (1) Clear glass inkwell, polished and beveled edges. No mark. Size. 2"L, 2"W, 2"H. Condition: center round inkwell rim have some roughness. 50 - 100
1678 RON MAHONEY STEELERS PENCIL DRAWING. Undated. Pencil and ink spatter techniques on paper. Steelers signatures are in black magic marker that has faded to brown and in ballpoint pen ink. The Pittsburgh Steeler football players represented are Mel Blount, Jack Lanbert, and Andy Russell. Russell's signature is dated 1986; Lambert's signature is dated 1985. Mahoney is a well known illustrator who has worked in Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit and Toronto. He is known for sports imagery. Size: 18" h., 14" w., framed 27 1/2" h., 23 1/2" w. Condition: minor scuffs to the frame. 800 - 900
1679 AMERICAN IMMIGRANTS LIBERTY POSTER. Dated 1917. Published by Sackett & Wilhelms, Corp. New York. Patriotic poster prompting Americans to buy bonds: it shows immigrants entering into the USA and admiring the Statue of Liberty. Size: 29" h., 19" w. Condition: slight yellowing in the upper edge, several tiny holes in the sky to the left of the Statue of Liberty; frame as is. 500 - 600
1680 BEN HOGAN MEMORABILIA. This lot includes a photo of Ben Hogan and Arnold Palmer at the 1966 Masters Tournament and a title page presumably from Hogan's book "Power Golf" that is signed by Ben Hogan. Size in frame: 25" h., 38" w. Condition: no visible defects. 500 - 600
1681 PR FRENCH PORCELAIN URNS. Pair French neoclassical style porcelain lidded urns, maroon body, front center decaled image of 18th c. style lovers in landscapes, each signed "Paul", hand painted gilt floral and C scroll rocaille decoration, brass mounts at base, two side handles with floral cascade drops, pine cone finials. Marked: on porcelain: Hand Painted F B S Made in France. Size: 13"H, 5 1/2"W, 4"D. Condition: one with crack in body and crack in lid portion, one with fleabite on rim of lid. 75 - 150
1682 2 ART POTTERY TILES. Two "Alhambra" pattern Arts and Crafts art pottery tiles, geometric mosaic design, red and black outline designs, grey/green center, tan background. marked: (incised) American Encaustic Tiling Co. Limited, ALHAMBRA trademark Registered Zanesville, O. and New York. Size: 6"L, 6"W, 5/8"H. Condition: minor wear to surface. 40 - 80
1683 PR JAPANESE B AND W PLATES. Pair of Japanese blue and white decorated porcelain plates, plantain leaf decoration in assymetrical design, brown fluted edge. No mark. Size: one 10"Diam, one 10 1/8"Diam. Condition: one with fleabite on rim. 40 - 80
1684 SCHUMANN RETICULATED BOWL. Carl Schumann Bavarian porcelain bowl with decaled rose center surrounded by daisies, reticulated sides, wavy top edge trimmed in green. Marked: (crown shield) Schumann. Size: 9"Diam. 2 1/4"H. Conditoin: wear to green edge, firing flaw lower outside area 1/4"Diam. 40 - 80
1685 1958 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP PLATE. Balfour commemorative plate with 1958 world champion Baltimore Colts logo and reproduction player signatures including Johnny Unites. Center reads: Baltimore Colts 1958 World Champions, Colts 23 - Giants 17. Fluted edge with gold band. Marked: Balfour Attleboro Mass. Size: 10 1/4"Diam. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1686 4 NORMAN ROCKWELL GORHAM PLATES. Four small ceramic Norman Rockwell plates with decaled images depicting a boy and his dog during four different seasons, set in raised brass frames with inner beaded decoration. Marked: Gorham Brass BR 18. Size: 4"Diam. ceramic insert, 5 1/8"Diam. framework. condition: minor wear to metal frameworks. 40 - 80
1687 WELLER LILY OF THE VALLEY VASE. American Art Pottery vase, light green body with white lily of the valley flowers on front. Marked: (incised script mark) Weller Pottery Since 1872 B-5. Size: 6"H, 8 3/4"W, 4 1/2"D. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1688 CHINESE CELADON VASE. Ceramic vase with reticulated open basket weave band round body, fluted top, incised Asian designs above reticulation, two stylized animal handles. Marked: indistinct mark on bottom. Size: 9 3/4"H, 7"diam. widest part, 5 1/2"Diam. top. condition: overall cracklure. 200 - 400
1689 STAFFORDSHIRE GROUP. 19th C. Staffordshire figural group of man, woman and dog in fancy costumes with plumed hats, hand painted decoration. No mark. Size: 13"H, 8 1/2"W, 3 1/2"D. Condition: head of woman repaired. 200 - 400
1690 PR STAFFORDSHIRE STYLE LAMBS Two small porcelain lambs with raised beadlike textured surface. Marked: Germany. Sie: 2 1/4"L, 1 3/4"H, 1"D. Condition: good. 200 - 400
1691 ARTS AND CRAFTS CAST METAL TABLE LAMP. Bronze patinated low relief banded decoration of alternating quasi floral and fretwork on a rusticated base pattern. Size: 23" H, 8" diameter. Condition: minor wear to bronze patination, no defects. 60 - 120
1692 VICTORIAN HANGING OIL LAMP. Victorian hanging oil lamp, brass body with crystal pendant prisms, supports cranberry hobnail shade, shade cased white over cranberry glass creating pink color. Marked: base marked: Junoland Made in USA. Size: shade: 6"H, 14"Diam. base. light fixture: 18"W, 28"H. Condition: metal framework has some condition problems, top hanging section incomplete, temporary wiring to hold top section secure, brass tarnished, one applied decorative element broken, wired for electricity,easily converted back, glass shade good. 400 - 800
1693 VICTORIAN ADJUSTABLE FIXTURE. Cast iron Victorian adjustable height light fixture, milk glass shade, frosted pressted glass oil well, wired for electricity. No mark. Size: 14"Diam. shade. Height extends from 36" to 50". Condition: worn metal surface, all parts might not be original group. 250 - 500
1694 CRANBERRY GLASS FIXTURE. Blown cranberry glass electric ceiling light fixture, egg shaped blown glass shade, interior honeycomb pattern, set in newer brass fixture. No mark. Size: glass: 9"H, 9"Diam. widest part, fixture 17"H. Condition: good. 200 - 400
1695 8 BRASS WALL SCONCES. Lot includes five brass two-arm sconces and three brass three-arm sconces. All are cast brass with an open scrolling leaf design; the wall plates have crystal pendants; all are wired. All measure approximately 12.5" x 12.5". Condition: no detractions. 600 - 800
1696 BRASS AND CRYSTAL CHANDELIER. Brass frame with eight arms hung with crystal prisms. Size: 18" H, 29" W. Condition: 800 - 1,600
1697 PAIR OF CRYSTAL TABLE LAMPS. Pressed glass urn shaped body supporting bobeche with cut crystal prisms. Size of base only: 22" H, 8" diameter. Condition: one prism has spear end broken off and another is missing the top roundel prism. 300 - 400
1698 4 LITE EMPIRE STYLE LAMP Four light Empire style lamp, brass and ebonized metal body, raised brass scroll feet, lower plinth with brass decoration, four scrolled arms support fictive candles, flame finial top, wired for electricity. No mark. Size: 37 1/4"H, 6 1/2"W, 6 1/2"D. Condition: minor wear to metal, candle sleeves dirty, old wiring. 50 - 100
1699 PAINTED BRASS AND CRYSTAL CHANDELIER. 10 light cast brass frame with parcel cream paint strung with crystal teardrop pendants. Size: 20" drop, 23" diameter. Condition: comes with ceiling canopy, we always reccommend that you rewire. 100 - 200
1700 6 LITE CHANDELIER. Six lite chandelier with neoclassical design, brass and ebonized metal finish, C scroll acanthus leaf decorated arms, radiating leaf bobeche below fictive candle shafts hold lights, pine cone bottom pendant finial. No mark. Size: 22"Diam, 30"H. Conditon: wear to metal surface, one candle bent. 100 - 200
1701 18K FLORENTINE BRACELET. The bracelet has a segmented style with a florentine design. Marked: 750. Clasp has a safety catch on both sides. Bracelet length: 8". Width: 3/4". Weight is approximately 42.7 g. Condition: good; but some minor scratches. 1,000 - 2,000
1702 RED BEAD NECKLACE. The necklace has large red beads interspersed with tiny red beads. Silver metal clasp. Unmarked. Necklace length: 19.5". Condition: no visible defects. 20 - 40
1703 TURQUOISE BEAD NECKLACE. The necklace has nugget shaped turquoise beads strung on string with a silver metal clasp. Unmarked. Necklace length: 21" . Condition: no visible defects. 20 - 40
1704 THREE STRAND PEARL NECKLACE. The necklace has three strands of white freshwater cultured pearls. Pearl size: 7mm. Necklace length: 19.5". Silver clasp is marked: 925. Condition: good; but some pearls have blemishes. 60 - 120
1705 THREE STRAND PINK PEARLS. The necklace has three strands of pink freshwater cultured pearls with a silver flower clasp. Clasp marked: 925. Pearl size: 7 mm. Necklace length: 21.5". Condition: good; but some pearls have blemishes. 60 - 120
1706 FOUR STRAND PEARLS. The necklace has four strands of pink freshwater cultured pearls with a silver clasp. Clasp marked: 925. Pearl size: 7. Necklace length: 19". Condition: good; but some pearls have blemishes. 70 - 130
1707 TRI-COLORED PEARL STRAND. The necklace has pink, white and black freshwater cultured pearls in a continuous strand. No clasp. Pearl size: 7. Necklace length: 38". Condition: good; but some pearls have blemishes. 50 - 100
1708 PINK PEARL STRAND. The necklace has a continuous strand of pink freshwater cultured pearls. No clasp. Pearl size: 7. Necklace length: 30.5". Condition: good; but pearls have some blemishes. 50 - 100
1709 THREE STRAND PINK PEARLS. The necklace has three strands of pink freshwater cultured pearls with a silver barrel type clasp. Clasp marked: 925. Pearl size: 7. Necklace length: 24". Condition: good; but some pearls have blemishes. 60 - 120
1710 TWO STRAND PINK PEARLS. The necklace has two strands of pink freshwater cultured pearls with a silver clasp. Clasp marked: 925. Pearl size: 8 mm. Necklace length: 19.5". Condition: good; but some pearls have blemishes. 60 - 120
1711 SET OF TWO KIRMAN RUGS, POLYPROPYLENE. Made in Belgium of Polypropylene, the tag says "soil proof". Ivory ground with reddish design. Size: 5'3" x 7'9"; and runner 20" x 7'7". 20 - 40
1712 3.5 FT X 5.5 FT SCULPTURED CARPET. Having a tan ground with floral sprays in the corner areas. Condition: could use a light cleaning, almost new, good pile, good edges, good fringe. 20 - 40
1714 3FT X 5 FT 100% WOOL, HANDWOVEN IN INDIA. Persian design, with red background and borders in shades of blue. Condition: fringe, pile, and edges are all good. 25 - 50
1715 4.5 FT X 6.5 FT MACHINE MADE RUG. Post 1970, having a reddish ground and pattern in shades of brown. Condition: fringe, edges, and pile all have little wear, fringe is soiled. 15 - 30
1716 39 IN X 6 FT BALOUCH RUG. Post 1970. Repeating rows of same reddish figure on a brownish/black ground and having a little off white in the border. Condition: pile, sides, and fringe all good. All sales are final. 500 - 700
1717 41 IN X 6FT 6IN BALOUCH RUG. Post 1970. Having a diamond and zig-zag pattern in colors of burnt orange on a chocolate brown background. Condition: pile, edges, and fringe are all good. All sales are final. 500 - 700
1718 7 FT X 8 FT 4 IN KAZAK CIRCA 1890. Reddish ground with rows of hexagons in a blackish color. Condition: pile is worn, fringe is worn off both ends, minor losses to border on one end, needs to be cleaned. All sales are final. 600 - 1,000
1720 3 POLYPROPYLENE AREA RUGS. Two rugs are Belgium made and measure 3'9" by 6'. The third rug measures 5'x 7'6". Condition: the consignor had pets so the rugs are all soiled. 20 - 30
1721 PIERCED BRASS LAMP. Urn shaped base with lion heads with rings in their mouth handles. A pierced brass shade of floral design has black fringe. Electrified. Size: 25" H, 16" diameter. Condition: we always suggest you rewire the lamps. 125 - 250
1722 PAIR OF CONTINENTAL END TABLES. Pre 1960 with distressed walnut finish. Having one apron drawer and raised on cabriole legs. Size: 23" H, 21.5" W, 21.5" D. Condition: finish is good, tables are sturdy, minor 1/8" x 1.25" edge piece broken off. 150 - 300
1723A SEVEN BABY PHOTOS BY BEAMER. Late 19th c/ early 20th c. The middle photo is signed "Beamer" in faded ink. Each shows the same baby sitting in various chairs, playing with blocks. Beamer is described as a Pittsburgh photographer. Size each photo: 5 3/4" h., 3 3/4" w. Condition: wear to the frame. 100 - 200
1724 VICTORIAN MARBLE TOP TABLE. White and grey marble top rests on a five spindle walnut stained base. Size: 28" H, 28" W, 20" D. Condition: good. 200 - 400
1725 FINE COMB BACK WINDSOR. Mixed woods. Has saddle seat and turned arm supports, splayed legs, and stretchers. Size: 41" H, 23" W, 18" D. Condition: all four feet have been ended out (repaired), good finish, sturdy chair. 500 - 800
1726 JOHN GELLIF TYPE GENTLEMANS CHAIR. Victorian, having busts for arm supports and raised on toupie legs. Size: 37" H, 28" W, 26" D. Condition: numerous tack holes, added reinforcements, professionally refinished. 700 - 1,000
1728 CIRCA 1830 CLASSICAL SHAVING MIRROR. Mahogany flame grain frame pivots on lyre form supports mounted with brass candleholders. Size: 36" H, 40" W, 14.5" D. Condition: one small piece of veneer missing. 175 - 350
1729 FEDERAL PERIOD MALE PORTRAIT. 19th c. Oil on wood. Unsigned. Shows a bald man wearing a high white cravat and a dark, blue coat. Size: 18 1/2" h., 16" w., framed 26" h., 24" w. Condition: some craquellure; some minor scratches throughout; no major defects. 400 - 600
1730 C.1890 10FT X 13FT 2 IN SERAPI. Handwoven of 100% wool. Overall geometric pattern in shades of off white, dark blue, and iron red. Condition: very worn, fringe worn off, fading, and a missing edge piece approx 3" deep by 6" of edge. Due to the highly subjective nature of carpets this statement of condition may be open to misinterpretation and cannot be considered as complete. Subtle discolorations, discrepancies of pattern in the making, etc cannot always be determined or are not always apparent. We suggest that you personally inspect each lot before you bid. All sales are final. 2,500 - 4,000
1731 GRACHEV BRONZE COSSACK AND COW. 19th c./perhaps early 20th c. Signed in Cyrillic. Marked in Roman letters CF Woerffels. Woerffels was a well known St. Petersburg foundry. The transliteration of the Cyrillic works out to LP Grachev, but it is unknown if the LP is part of the artist's name. There are several Grachev's who worked as sculptors during the late 19th century in Russia. This shows a "cossack" pointing his gun at a cow; the base is a muddy field with tree stumps. Dark brown-black patina. Provenance: Private Collection; McDonald, PA. Size: 11 1/2" h., 11 1/2" w. Condition: no visible defects. 6,000 - 7,000
1732 16TH C? LUCREZIA BORGIA PORTRAIT. Oil on canvas. Unsigned. The attribution of date and subject come from the late Dr. Paul Chew, former director of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, and relayed by the consignor. The exact date has not been determined or verified. The female sitter bears a resemblance to the infamous Lucrezia Borgia (died 1519), wife and consort several times over to various potentates and public figures in Renaissance Italy; accused of conspiracy to murder her second husband, purportedly incestuous with her brother, and the mother of a bastard child to the Pope Alexander (her father) she was a member of a notorious family. The attributes of this female image do not conclusively show this to be Borgia, but the manner is of the High Italian Renaissance. Size: 52" h., 37" w., framed 57 1/2" h., 43" w. Condition: craquellure among the red paint especially with paint film lifting from the canvas; two patched repairs; warped slightly concavely. Inpainting history: the face is almost entirely touched up; the hands, sleeves, and the entire mountain are inpainted; the red curtain and the curls of her hair are inpainted or repainted. 20,000 - 30,000
1733 C. CALOW, ROCHDALL(?) TALL CASE CLOCK. Last decade of the 18th century. Brass works, magnificent mahogany veneer. Handpainted arched face is signed C. Calow, Rochdall(?) and has a moonphase dial depicting a seascape and landscape. Magnificent mahogany veneer case has a swan neck pediment with turned columns, waist also has turned columns and the base has a panel with carved decoration. The whole is raised on French feet. Size: 8'3" H, 30" W, 11" D. Condition: perfect original finish is rich, deep, and shiny. The French feet are missing most of their facings. Has the pendulum and weights. We do not know if it runs or keeps time. 3,000 - 5,000
1734 2 GLASS INKWELLS (1) Round half sphere clear glass inkwell with metal hinged cap, ringed decoration on cap lid. No mark. Size: 3 1/2"Diam. base, 2"H, 1 1/2"Diam. metal cap. Condition: wear to metal surface. (1) Molded clear glass inkwell, rounded body with textured panels. Marked: raised diamond shape and number 8 below. Size: 2 1/2"H, 2 1/2"Diam. widest part. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1735 4 COCA COLA POSTERS. Four large Coca Cola advertising signs for the sides of delivery trucks, c. 1960s-1980s. In original cardboard shipping box. All marked: The Coca Cola Co. Litho in USA. Includes: (2) For the Taste You Never get Tired of. ( one with holes along edge) (1) For extra fun take more than one (with two women in bathing suits). (1) Things go better w. Coca Cola. Size: 66"L, 32 1/2"H. Condition: advertising posters in good condition, cardboard wrapping, dirty, stained, bowed. 250 - 500
1736 PR STRATFORD CANDLEHOLDERS. Pair of Art Deco aluminum and glass Kensington Ware Stratford candleholders, cat. no. 7405, designed 1939, aluminum body with glass ball decorated shaft. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 3 1/4"H, 4"diam.base. Condition: the top of one candlestick is dented, minor wear and scratches. 80 - 160
1737 RAPPAPORT ABSTRACT. 1971. Oil on canvas. Signed on the back "Rappaport September 1971 in Philadelphia." Oranges, salmons, and browns. Size" 71" square. Condition: not on stretchers. 400 - 500
1738 330 BASEBALL CARDS. The Sporting News Conlon Collection, 1991 edition, complete set 1-330, includes 100 Hall of Famers, complete year by year statistics, in original plastic case. Item #9146. Size: 5 1/2"W, 3"D, 3 3/4"H. Condition: small crack in bottom of plastic case. 50 - 100
1739 3 SILVER BASEBALL CARDS. Three cards in the Silver Card Anthology of Baseball: Olde Tyme Baseball Part 1: 1869-1900. Includes: Cap Anson, Charlie Comiskey, King Kelly. Cards in maroon album. Size: 9 1/2"H, 8"W. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1740 12 SILVER BASEBALL CARDS. 12 silver baseball cards in the Legends of Baseball series: Part II, Vol. I 1900-1972. Includes: First silver card: HOnus Wagner. Also includes: Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Lou Gehrig, Satchel Paige, Shoeless Joe Jackson, Ed Delahanty, Walter Johnson, Hughie Jennings, Cy Young, Rube Waddell, Eddie Plank. In green album. Size: 9 1/2"H, 8"W. Condition: good. 80 - 160
1741 HISTORICAL MAG OF MONONGAHELA. Historical Magazine of Monongahela's Old Home Coming Week, Sept. 6-13, 1908. 270 pp, paperback. Many pages of ads, spine taped, front cover and first page laminated, back page taped, torn. 200 - 400
1742 ALLEGHENY COUNTY LEGAL DIRECTORY. Allegheny County lega directory 1936-1937. Issued by Potter Title and Trust Co. Court 4520, and Lawyers Title Co. Court 0410. Hardbound, 288pp. Size: 4"H, 3"W. Condition: wear at edges. 50 - 100
1743 POTTER LEGAL DIRECTORY 1948-49 Potter Legal Directory 1948-1949. issued by Potter Title and Trust Co., 4th Ave and Grant St. Frick Building Branch Pittsburgh. Hardbound, 336pp. Size: 4"H, 3"W. Condition: minor wear on edges. 50 - 100
1744 VICTORIAN INDIAN PILLOW CASE. Victorian printed and embroidered pillow cover, image of Indian chief in full headdress on cotton with wide red satin ruffled border. Pillow cover initialed in bottom right "L P B". Size: image: 21" x 21", plus 4" wide ruffle. Condition: some stains. 100 - 200
1745 19TH C SAMPLER 19th century sampler fragment in wooden frame under glass. Sampler on linen, not dated. Note on back indicated it was made by Elizabeth Teets Horn, Easton, Pennsylvania in the early 1800s. No means of verification. Size: textile: 10"H, 8"W. Frame: 15"J, 13 1/4"W. Condition: sampler worn, colors faded, frame scratched. 200 - 400
1746 1930S WEDDING DRESS. c.1930 Ivory satin wedding dress, bias cut full skirt, mutton chop sleeves, applied silk flower corsage to match dress color at waist. No maker's label. Size: 28"waist, full skirt with 160" hemline. Condition: age appropriate wear, small hole near base, some stains. 100 - 200
1747 NEEDLEPOINT BELL PULL. Needlepoint and brass bell pull, maroon field with flower, fruit and leaf continuous band decoration, top and bottom with cast brass decorative ends. No mark. Size: needlepoint : 54"L, 5"W. top and bottom brass 5"H. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1748 COVERLETTE, SIGNED "J.B.G." DATED 1856. Iron red shades of blue on ivory background. 71" x 71" (approx.). Condition: No holes, tears or stained. 650 - 800
1749 HAND MADE QUILT. Vintage hand made quilt, white backing, triangular pattern design with ramdomly placed stylized tree shapes, triangles alternate pastel blue,yellow, green,red with white triangles. No signature or maker's mark. Size: 79"W, 76"W. Condition: some edges worn. 200 - 400
1750 LARGE LINEN TABLE CLOTH. Large natural linen table cloth with cut out lace sections, wide lace border, embroidered natural linen colored flower embellishments. No makers mark. Size: 68"W, 132"L. Condition: minor stain. 200 - 400
1751 19TH C MUNICH MAGI WINDOW Late 19th Century. c.1880-1910. Munich style stained glass figural window representing Three Magi, Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar presenting gifts. Traditional stained glass compositin of stacking figures within tall arched format typifies Munich style developed in the 19th c. of looking at 15th and 16th c. examples for inspiration. Form and detail are painted or stained onto a glass panel, lead outlines play a lesser role in defining the form. Architectural detail of column, corinthian capital and arched top are created by this painted and fired technique. Facial details and fabric details are also refined in this fashion. This window was once part of a larger scene. Missing right hand panel would contain the fiugres of the Holy Family in the stable and be edged on the right with matching architectural detail. No makers mark visible. Size: glass: 72"H, 31"W. Frame: 77"H, 35 1/2"W. Condition: window is in a wooden framework with four reinforcing cross bars for support. An area of repair above the standing Magi has solid green replacement panels, several panels around this repaired area are also cracked. Provenance: this window was removed from a church in Ohio. 2,500 - 5,000
1752 ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA WINDOW. C.1890-1910. Stained glass window arched format in rectangular framework, carmel slag glass central field, double green ripple glass banded border framing blue panels, center field framed by two acanthus capital columns and acanthus scroll arched top. Central shaped medallion bordered with beaded band and four lily finials. Center figure of St. Anthony of Padua (born 1195-died 1231) holding the Christ Child resting on an open book in one arm and a spray of lilies in the other. He wears a Franciscan habit with a rosary suspended from his cinture. the book symbolizes that he is a Doctor of the Church, the lily symbolizes purity and chastity. Rosette panels appear throughout the window. No makers mark. Size: glass: 72"H, 37 1/4"W, wooden framework: 77"H, 42 1/4"W. Condition: window set in a newer wooden framework. one carmel slag glass panel crakced, one panel of the Christ Child with two cracks, paint drips on window. Provenance: removed from church in Ohio. See also: lotr 1753 for similar style window. 2,000 - 4,000
1753 AGONY IN THE GARDEN WINDOW C.1890-1910. Stained glass window with arched format in rectangular frame, double green ripple glass bands frame blue border panels, center field of carmel slag glass between two columns with acanthus capitals and acanthus scrolled arched top, central shaped medallion features Christ kneeling in the Garden of Gethsemane, offering up the chalice of His blood, the medallion has a beaded border capped on four sides with lily decorated panels to form cross like finials. Features on face, chalice, capitals and beading painted, stained and fired on the glass. Size: glass: 72"H, 35"W, framework: 77"H, 40"W. Condition: two reinforcing rods aid stability of window, newer wooden framework holds window, one blue border panel damaged and repaired, one panel of column repaired, one carmel slag glass panel replaced. Provenance: removed from church in Ohio. See lot 1752 for similar style window. 2,000 - 4,000
1754 2 PANEL CRUCIFIXION WINDOW. C.1900-1920. Two panel arched top figural stained glass window. Wide border with alternating rosette and palm decoration edged with mottle blue panels. Center section above and below has field of yellow, pink and green diaper pattern panels with scattered floral rondels and radiating fleur de lis. Top panel centered by elongated quatrafoil containing Gothic style crucifix surrounded by five red roses. Lower panel has vertical rectangle with cruciform decoration. Lowest portion of lower panel has two pane banderol inscribed "Matthew Cavalier and Patrick Ryan" (donors of the window). No maker mark. Size: top panel: glass 47 1/2"H, 29 1/2"W, frame: 51 1/2"H, 34 1/2"W. lower panel: glass 47 1/2"H, 29 1/2"W, frame: 52 1/2"H, 34 1/2"W. Condition: crack in crucifix panel, painted and stained wooden frame with wear, exterior side of window has losses to putty around window. Provenance: removed from church in Ohio. 2,000 - 4,000
1755 2 PANEL CHI RHO WINDOW c.1900-1920. Two panel arched top figural stained glass window. Wide border with alternating rosette and palm decoration edged in mottled blue. Top and bottom panel center sections with field of yellow, green and pink diaper panels with scattered floral rondels and radiating fleur de lis. Top panel centered by elongated quatrafoil centered by Chi Rho (P X) monogram for Christ with seraphim heads with red wings above and below, golden rays radiating in four directions. Lower panel with vertical rectanglue with cruciform decoration. Lowest portion with two panel banderol inscribed: "Mary and Nicholas Grant" (donors of the window). No makers mark. Size: top panel: glass 47 1/2"H, 29 1/2"W, frame: 51 1/2"H, 34 1/2"W. bottom panel: glass 47 1/2"H, 29 1/2"W, frame: 52 1/2"H, 34 1/2"W. Condition: crack in top seraphim head, spider crack in wing of lower seraphim. Paint and varnish on framework worn, paint drips on exterior side of window, losses to putty around windows. Provenance: removed from church in Ohio. 2,000 - 4,000
1756 ST. THERESA OF LISIEUX WINDOW c.1920. Arched top stained glass window with St. Theresa of Lisieux, the Little Flower,(born 1873-died 1897) (Canonized 1925) full length figure in brown and white Carmelite habit holding a crucifix and roses in one hand and distributing roses in the other, standing before a brown and white drapery backdrop. the image symbolizes her promise to shower the world with prayers from heaven. The window is bordered by alternating rosettes, leaves and golden diaper pattern panels set between two bands of blue. The background field above the drapery backdrop is green, pink and yellow diamond pattern with fleur de lis cross designs. No makers mark. Size: glass 81 1/2"H, 34 1/2"W. framework 93"H, 38 1/2"W. Condition: removed from church in Ohio, original wooden framework on top and sides, metal framework at bottom extends past glass and suggests missing additional dedication panel, although image is complete as is, some bowing of glass at bottom, some releading visible, two replacement panels in lower habit, six panels in border with cracks, two temporary wooden braces hold lower wooden framework in place. 2,000 - 4,000
1757 PR CLEAR BEVELED LEADED WINDOWS C.1900-1920. Pair of tall vertical format window panels, clear glass Arts and Crafts floral design. Three petaled floriform top, tear drop at base of flower, all panels with beveled edges in original wooden framework with some original hardware. No maker mark. Size: each panel: glass 56 1/2"H, 13 1/2"W, frame: 62"H, 18 1/2"W. Condition: wooden framework with old paint and varnish, some paint drips on both sides. 600 - 1,200
1758 ST. GLASS WINDOW. Victorian style stained glass window with center leaf and red jewel decoration in white field, center framed by clear beveled glass segments, diamond clear beveled pieces in ripple glass border. No mark. Size: 26 1/2"H, 22 1/2"W. Condition: good, in metal framework with two top loops for hanging. 200 - 400
1759 SQUARE STAINED GLASS WINDOW. 1920's style square stained glass window with neoclassical designs, torch and ribbon decoration on sides, green ripple slag glass border, red jewel highlights. No mark. Size: 23 1/2"H, 23 1/2"W. Condition: good, in metal framework with two metal loops at top for hanging. 150 - 300
1760 8 PC VICTORIAN OAK DINING ROOM. Eight piece Victorian oak dining room includes: (1) Round oak dining room table, veneered surface, wide baluster center column, 4 S scroll supports, 4 curved feet with casters, table divides for additional leaves (2 extra leaves). Size: 54"Diam. top, 31"H. Condition: table with stans on top, veneer losses at feet, no additional leaves. (1) Oak veneered sideboard, scrolled front feet, modified serpentine front, two top drawers, three center doors, one large bottom drawer, mirrored back board below small shelf resting on two S scroll supports. Marked: Harrisburg, Pa. Size: 57"H, 60"W, 23"D. Condition: veneer losses on feet, stains on top boards, replacement mirror (mirror with no beveled edge). (6) Oak chairs with separate upholstered seats, wide splat back, curved back rail, front legs modified cabriole shape with simplified hairy paw feet. No mark. Size: 37"H, 17 1/2"W, 17"D. Condition: 3 chairs sturdy, 2 chairs have loose backs which need to be tightened, 1 chair very wobbly, stretchers loose. Four chairs upholstered with green stripe coverings, two chairs upholstered with dark green leather-like material. 1,000 - 1,500
1761 PEARL INLAID SETTEE AND CHAIR. Teakwood with marble backs profusely inlaid with mother of pearl. Size: settee 40" H, 74" W, 24" D. Condition: good. 250 - 500
1762 EASTLAKE MIRRORED DRESSER. Having candleshelves, glove boxes, and inset white marble top. Size: 78" H, 40" W, 18" D. Condition: refinished, ready for your home. 150 - 300
1763 SLANT FRONT DESK, POST 1940. Mahogany veneered having three serpentine drawers raised on ball and claw feet. Size: 41" H, 30" W, 16" D. Condition: was painted white, now refinished, some white paint residue near the interior slant front hardware and the slides which support the lid. 125 - 250
1764 ROUND OAK PARLOR TABLE. Scalloped edged round top on splayed legs connected by a stretcher shelf. Size: 30" H, 24" diameter. Condition: refinished, ready for your home. 100 - 175
1765 CIRCA 1900 SQUARE OAK PARLOR TABLE. Having splayed turned legs connected by a lower stretcher shelf. Ball and claw feet. Size: 30" H, 24" W, 24" D. Condition: refinished, ready for your home. 80 - 160
1766 DRUM TABLE FAUX DRAWER. Tripod base. 28" diam top., 28" tall. Condition: brass toe caps are refinished; minor scratches. 80 - 160
1767 THREE TIER DUMBWAITER, POST 1940. Mahogany with a Duncan Phyfe style base. Size: 34" H, 22" diameter. Condition: refinished. 40 - 80
1768 FOUR CANED SEAT SPINDLE BACK CHAIRS. Through caned seats on sabre legs, and spindle backrests. Size: 33" H, 18" W, 17" D. Condition: refinished. 50 - 100
1769 QUEEN ANNE STYLE CHINA CABINET, POST 1920. One glass door over one drawer, the whole raised on Queen Anne legs. Size: 60" H, 42" W, 16" D. Condition: veneered top is as-is along the back edge infiltrating only a half inch to one inch inward, repairs to the feet, refinished ready for your home. 80 - 160
1770 FEDERAL STYLE SERVER. Post 1930. Two drawers raised on reeded tapering cylindrical legs. Pulls do not match, line inlay not an exact match. Size: 34" H, 38" W, 17" D. Condition: refinished, ready for your home. 60 - 120
1771 TOY SAD IRON AND STAND. Toy sad iron and cast iron base or stand. Sad iron marked: Dover Sad Iron Co. Size: 3 1/2"L, 2 1/2"H, 1 1/2"W. base or stand marked: Sensible. Size: 3 1/2"L, 1 23/4"W, 1/2"H. Condition: age appropriate wear. 40 - 80
1772 G. GOSTAKIS AMERICAN SHIP OIL. 20th c. Oil on the rough side of masonite. Signed. This semi-primitive rendition of the masted sailing ship "America" is almost a portrait of the ship, placed among colrful tan clouds and blue water. Size: 30" h., 24" w., framed 36" h., 30" w. Condition: no visible defects; frame as is. 400 - 600
1773 PORCELAIN FACED DOLL. Victorian doll with porcelain face and hands, cloth body and legs, fixed open glass eyes. No mark. Size: 26"L. Condition: cracks on face around eyes. 100 - 200
1774 19TH C ARMY PHOTO Civil war era sepia photograph of troops in formation, Union army uniformed soldiers center right side of photo. No mark. Size: 15 1/4"L, 12 1/2"H. Condition: photo slightly faded, frame has some damage. 100 - 200
1775 JAPANESE CHARGER. Charger with two birds, peonies and flowering cherry blossoms on black ground, wide yellow decorated border. No mark. Size: 18 1/4"Diam. Conditon: minor wear. 100 - 200
1776 IVER ROSE TAKE MY PICTURE CLOWN. 20th c. Oil on board. Signed lower right. Shows a band clown with a drum. Rose (Amer., 1899-1972) is a listed artist of Jewish subjects, clowns, and figures. Size: 10" h., 8" w., framed 17" h., 15" w. Condition: no visible defects; frame as is. 300 - 500
1777 IVER ROSE FASHION PLATE CLOWN. 20th c. Oil on board. Signed lower right. Shows a yellow coated clown with a cane and a miniature top hat. Rose (Amer., 1899-1972) is a listed artist of Jewish subjects, clowns, and figures. Size: 10" h., 8" w., framed 17" h., 15" w. Condition: no visible defects; frame as is. 300 - 500
1778 CHUCK JONES THE GREAT CHASE. Late 20th c. Paint on acetate over painted background. Signed in marker Chuck Jones and with the gold seal of the Linda Jones Enterprises, distributor of Chuck Jones reproductions. Jones (1912-2002) was a longtime Warner Bros. animator. Comes with a receipt of original purchase from Circle Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA. Size: 13" h., 16" w., framed 21" h., 23 1/2" w. Condition: no visible defects. 400 - 600
1779 WARHOL SIGNED POSTCARD AND PHOTO. Late 20th c. The postcard image is of Warhol in his middle years, taken by himself. The signature appears as a "W" in black marker. The accompanying photo is of Andy Warhol in his later years with a paintbrush held to his cheek. Comes with a COA and a receipt of purchase from 1992. Size framed: 18" h., 23" w. Condition: no defects. 800 - 1,000
1780 RENOIR LE CHAPEAU EPLINGE ETCHING. Posthumously pulled (after 1918) from a 1894 plate. Renoir's etching on cream paper shows two women adjusting their hats. Size: 4 1/8" h., 3 1/4" w., framed 17" h., 15" w. Condition: the paper is very slightly buckled. 250 - 350
1781 3 STERLING SALT SHAKERS. Three sterling salt shakers, tall baluster form, bright cut floral garland decoration around top, all monogramed "J". Marked: all marked: Sterling 1662, one marked additionally: CA in V mark. Size: 7"H, 1 7/8"Diam. base. Weight: 192.8 grams. Condition: all with minor or major dings and dents. 30 - 60
1782 STERLING PITCHER. Sterling water pitcher with S scroll handle, wide spout. Marked: Preisner Sterling 125. Size: 9"H, 8 1/4"W, 6"D. Weight: 13 troy oz. Condition: minor wear. 100 - 200
1783 STERLING & COBALT DISH & LADLE. Sterling dish with cobalt insert and matching ladle, round footed bowl with pierced scrolled handle, cobalt glass insert, ladle with matching decorated scrolled end. Marked:(on base) Plummer McCutchen Sterling (Hallmark) 3076. Ladle marked: Sterling. Size: bowl: 2 3/4"H, 4 1/8"Diam. top, 2 3/4"Diam. base. Ladle: 5"L. Weight: bowl: 123.2 grams, ladle: 37.2 grams. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1784 STERLING & COBALT MUSTARD POT. Webster sterling and cobalt mustard pot with spoon. Pierced base to hold cobalt insert, notched lid with sterling spoon. Marked: pot: Sterling (Webster hallmark). spoon: (Webster Hallmark) sterling. Size: 3"H, 2"Diam, 2 1/2"L. Spoon. Weight: 32.6 grams. sterling. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1785 24 DUTCH SILVER ITEMS. Two boxes each containing 12 demitasse spoons or 12 cocktail forks. Each handle with various figures or objects such as ships, windmils, Dutch people. each piece marked: (crown hallmark) 90. Boxes marked: Ho Ka Pleet Dasis 90, Made in Holland. Size: spoons 4 1/2"L, forks 4 1/2"L. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1786 STERLING 3 LITE CANDELABRA Fisher sterling three light candelabra, round ringed base, trumpet shaped shaft, two S scroll arms, three candleholder tops, top unscrews to form single candlestick. Marked: Fisher Sterling 376. Size: 9 1/2"H, 11"W, 4"D. (single candlestick 6"H. ). Condition: dings and corrosion on base and tops. 100 - 200
1787 MERIDEN SILVER PLATED BUTTER DISH. Circa 1900. Three piece having spade finial, leaf decorated lid, and band of birds on the base. Size: 8" H, 6" Dia. Condition: wear to the silver, bent finial and knife holder, missing butter knife, and bent waistband. 5 - 10
1788 33 INCH HIGH BRASS MINORAH. Baluster form base with decorative scrolling arms. Size: 33" H, 23" W, 8" D. Condition: no defects. 20 - 40
1789 PAIR TERRACOTTA FRUIT BASKETS. Basket weave form baskets overflowing with fruit. Size: 15" H, 13" W. Condition: minor chips. 100 - 200
1790 SLIDING BRASS CHENETS ON FENDER. Naturalistic budding branch and leaf form chenets slide or adjust on a reticulate c-scroll center section. Size: 28" long center section, 10" H by 19" W end chenets. Condition: no defects or detractions. 175 - 350
1791 VERNIS MARTIN HANDPAINTED VITRINE. Circa 1910. Ormolu mounted serpentine goldish frame with curved glass apron has handpainted floral sprays. Lift top, plush fabric interior. Raised on sabot feet. Size: 29" H, 21" W, 21" D. Condition: missing 3 brads (small nails) from the ormolu trim on the back. 400 - 800
1792 ORNATE VICTORIAN WICKER ROCKER. Late Victorian wicker rocker with numerous curliques and bead and rod decoration. Size: 43" H, 26" W, 35" D. Condition: pressed cane seat is broken out, one small 1" curlique missing from the lower backrest. 200 - 400
1793 CIRCA 1890 OAK CURVED GLASS CHINA. Having a convex door flanked by pilasters with carved Ionic capitals and raised on lion paw feet. Top interior has a mirrored back and has adjustable oak shelves. Size: 64" H, 45" W, 18" D. Condition: one back leg broken; three wooden shelves warped; small nick in top center front. 600 - 1,200
1794 C.1890 CLASSICAL STYLE CURVED GLASS CHINA. Mahogany. Gadrooned top molding, convex door flanked by corinthian columns having leaf carved bases and squared florettes above them. Raised on lion paw feet with forward scrolling leafage. Has a mirrored back and three wooden adjustable shelves. Size: 69" H, 53" W, 24" D. Condition: one curved glass end is broken out, the silver has deteriorated on the mirrored back, original finish is time darkened. 800 - 1,600
1795 C.1900 BOOKCASE CARVED WITH A BUST. Mahogany and a honey colored satinwood interior. Ogee top with a carved central bust flanked with leafage over two doors over two ogee drawers. Size: 70" H, 49" W, 15" D. Condition: original finish has sheen, one door has broken glass. 600 - 1,200
1796 BRASS DRAGON FOOT PARLOR TABLE. Circa 1900, mahogany stained. Brass dragon head feet biting wood ball feet on turned legs connected by barley twist stretchers. Top has rope twist apron molding. Size: 28.5" H, 26" W, 26" D. Condition: original finish, marrs to the table top finish. 200 - 400
1797 ROCOCO STYLE TALL DRESSER. Turn of the century, mahogany. Beveled mirror in a frame carved with c-scrolls, leafage, shells, and braced by beaded brackets sits on a two over four drawer serpentine chest which has leaf carved front sides and leaf carved feet. Size: 77" H, 46" W, 22" D. Condition: losses to the applied carved leaf feet, marrs to the top of dresser. 70 - 140
1798 CIRCA 1900 ROCOCO MAHOGANY TWIN BED. Curvilinear headboard and footboard with rocaille decoration of shells, c-scrolls, and leafage. Size: 57" H, 46" W. Condition: original finish has minor surface scratches. 40 - 80
1799 C.1900 ROCOCO STYLE MAHOGANY VANITY. Curvilinear framed mirror pivots in a wishbone frame, both decorated with leafage attached to a two drawer base with cabriole legs and shell and leaf decoration. Size: 59" H, 40" W, 20" D. Condition: front feet are missing chunks, writing surface needs refinished, top half of mirror silver is bad. 40 - 80
1800 9 PIECE FEDERAL STYLE DINING SUITE. Circa 1910, mahogany, profusely banded and line inlaid. Includes a feather grained sideboard 44.5" H, 66" W, 22.5" D, a swan neck china cabinet with fretwork overlay doors 75" H, 41" W, 16" D, a reeded edged and banded apron dining table 30" H, 44" W, 60" L (add 11 inches for each of two leaves); and six line inlaid lattice back chairs. Condition: original finish scratched and marred on the horizontal surfaces, and legs have minor nicks and scratches. Chair seats need to be reupholstered. 800 - 1,600
1801 18TH C. CHINESE TUREEN AND PLATTER. C. 1785 Late Chien Lung Period. Lidded porcelain tureen and companion underplate, blue and white decorated tureen with rabbit's head handles and conch shell finial, landscape scene top and sides, landscape central scene on platter or underplate. No marks. Size: Tureen 12 1/2"L, 8 3/4"W, 8 3/8"H. Platter: 1758"L, 14 3/8"W. Condition: lid good, tureen good, platter has wear at each rim indentation and minor discoloration in landscape. Appraised at $4700.00 2,500 - 5,000
1802 CHINESE PORCELAIN CHARGER. Large blue and white decorated charger, four peacocks on rim, eight center lotus leaf panels with vegetation, diapered background field. Bottom painted with seven scholarly symbols.Early 18th c. Kang Hsi Period. Mark: double ring enclosing fungus mark. Size: 18 5/8"Diam. Condition: one chip on rim, losses to fired surface along rim. Appraised at $4500.00 2,000 - 4,500
1803 34 PC PORCELAIN DINNERWARE. Thirtyfour pieces of porcelain, white body with wide pink band decoration, platinum trimmed edge and inner band. No mark. Set includes: 8 dinner plates, 10 5/8"Diam, 8 soup bowls, 7 7/8"Diam., 8 cups, 4"Diam, 8 saucers, 6"Diam., 1 oval vegetable bowl, 10"L, 1 gravy boat with attached underplate, 7 1/2"L. Condition: all in good condition. 80 - 160
1804 5 PC NORITAKE CRUET SET Five piece Noritake cream and gilt decorated cruet set includes: (1)stand with pierced center handle, raised and beaded gilt edging, 4"H, 8 1/2"L, 5"W, (2) stoppered cruets with fluted rims, wide band of raised and beaded decoration, two gilt landscape scenes on each cruet, gilt topped stopper, 6"H, (2) small salt and pepper shakers with matching gilt decoration, 2 1/2"H. Marked: shakers marked: Japan. Other pieces marked: red: Noritake (M in wreath) hand painted Made in Japan. Condition: cork missing from cruet stoppers making them fit loosely, gilt worn on top of one salt shaker. 80 - 160
1805 HAND PAINTED PORCELAIN BOWL. Hand painted porcelain bowl with fluted body, scalloped edge, hand painted red and pink roses and buds, green and gold highlights, gold beaded decoration on interior, exterior of bowl decorated with three groups of hand painted roses and leaves. No mark. Size: 9 1/2"Diam, 2 1/2"H. Condition: minor flakes from hand painted decoration. 40 - 80
1806 AUSTRIAN PORCELAIN PLATE. Moritz Zdekauer porcelain bowl, shaped and formed body with rocaille edge, decaled rose swags and rose groups over body, pink and green shaded edge with gilt highlights and edge. Marked: M Z Austria (green underglaze mark). Size: 8 3/4"Diam. Condition: minor wear to gilt. 60 - 120
1807 SPODE CARNALEA PLATE. Spode white porcelain plate with shaped edge and green and gilt leaf garland decoration, gilt inner band, gilt edge. Marked: Spode Copelands China, England "Carnalea". Size: 9 1/4"Diam. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1808 B & G VIRTUTE PLATE 1898. Blue and white porcelain plate with Danish crown and monogram. Inscribed around rim "Virtute et Fidelitate 1863-1898". Marked: Bing and Grondahl L & H made in Denmark. (1902 mark). Size: 8"Diam. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1809 ROYAL DOULTON ART DECO CONTAINER. Royal Doulton Art Deco lidded container, base decorated with stylized Art Deco green and silver leaves with blue flowers, green glazed top with 10 perforations, green fitted lid with bird finial. Marked: Royal Doulton Made in England D5526 5. Size: 5 1/2"H. 5"Diam. widest part. Condition: no detractions. 150 - 300
1810 ROYAL DOULTON JACKDAW OF RHIEMS. Royal Doulton two handled lidded container, lower portion with trompe l'oeil rocky wall with ivy, center band with text and decoration reads "The Jackdaw of Rhiems...come limping a poor little laim Jackdaw", top band with decaled image of two monks in interior looking at bird, green decorated handles and lid. Marked: Royal Doulton England D..532 V. Size: 5 1/2"H, 6"W, 5"D. Condition: no detractions. 150 - 300
1811 HAND PAINTED PORCELAIN PLAQUE 19th c. Hand painted porcelain plaque, possibly KPM, image of South Italian peasant woman carrying jug on her head, landscape background, gilt highlights. Set in rose velvet matte, gilt frame with ribbon and floral top decoration. Plaque signed "Brodel". Marks: plaque is sealed in frame, unable to examine back. Size: plaque 6"H, 4"W, frame 11 3/4"H, 6"W. Condition: good. 700 - 1,400
1812 LIMOGES HAND PAINTED PLAQUE. Hand painted Limoges plaque, unmarked Limoges porcelain blank with hand painted floral design and multi colored background, gilt decorated fictive frame-like border. Painting signed "F.Miller". No mark. on back of porcelain. Size: 13 1/2"W, 10"H, 3/4"D. Condition: original porcelain blank with holes in sides of panel for wiring, gilt worn on painted frame, painted gilding on frame border runs into edge of floral scene. 150 - 300
1813 PR MOUNTED CHINESE URNS Pair of Chinese blue and white six sided porcelain lidded jars fitted to Victorian walnut carved wall brackets. No mark. Size: urns: 12 1/2"H, 8"W, 8"D. wall brackets: 19"H, 16"W, 8 1/2"D. Condition: wood cracked on each wall bracket. 200 - 400
1814 1848 MEW AND SON, ROSELLE TRANSFERWARE. Blue and white transferware pattern ironstone platter in the "Roselle" pattern. Size: 14" H, 17" W, 1.5" D. Condition: minor discoloration underneath. 80 - 160
1815 19TH CENTURY TRANSFERWARE PITCHER. Hexagonal pitcher with blue and white transfer decoration depicting a castle in the background and people strolling in a landscape in the foreground. Size: 12.5" H, 8" W, 6.25" D. Condition: two very small chips (one on the top rim, and one on the top of the handle where your thumb would fall). 100 - 200
1816 GOOD NIGHT KPM PLAQUE. 19th c. Painted porcelain plaque. This shows a pretty woman holding a candle, shielding the flame with her hand. The manner of the composition is very much like Utrecht-school tenebrist painters, such as Honthorst, Terbruggen, or the (most closely) like Georges De LaTour. Marked on the back Gute Nacht, nach G. Hom. Stamped in the porcelain KPM. Size: 9 1/4" h., 6 3/8"w., framed 12 1/2" h., 9 1/2" w. Condition: no defects; the frame is new. 2,000 - 3,000
1817 STEUBEN CRYSTAL VASE Steuben hand blown crystal vase, round base, fold over twisted knob supports and embraces chalice like top. Flower vase designed by George Thompson in 1942. Current retail price $675.00 Marked: incised: Steuben. Size: 8 1/2"H, 3 3/8"Diam. base, 4 7/8"Diam. top. Condition: good. 200 - 400
1818 VAL ST LAMBERT ASHTRAY. Val St. Lambert clear round crystal ashtray with grouse in frosted relief in center bottom. Marked: inscribed: Val St. Lambert. Size: 5 7/8"Diam. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1819 6 FRY PLATES. Six opalescent plates with ground bottoms by Fry. No mark. Size: 7 1/2"Diam. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1820 BACCARAT CRYSTAL PLATE. Baccarat pressed glass crystal plate, round form, flower blossom decoration with graduated teardrop shaped petals radiating from center, buttle textured sides, one side smooth, one side impressed. Marked: (acid stamped) Baccarat France. Size: 9"Diam, 3/4"H. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1821 CHINESE ROSEWOOD WALL CASE. Chinese rosewood wall case with hinged glass front door, carved top and bottom rails, interior Asian styled shelving units. No mark. Size: 30"H, 18"W, 5"D. Condition: glass with small crack in corner. 150 - 300
1822 CHINESE TEXTILE RANK BADGE. Chinese textile rank badge, 6th rank civil Kesi, two panels mounted on back background in silver gilt frame. No mark. Size: textile: 10 1/2"H, 12 1/2"W, frame: 12 3/4"H, 16 1/4"W. Condition: minor wear to frame finish. 200 - 400
1823 PR FRAMED TEXTILE PANELS. Pair of Chinese textile panels, dragon and phoenix design, matted with green silk mattes in contemporary gilt frames. No mark Size:frames: 15"H, 13"W, textiles: 9 1/2"H, 8"W. Condition: one frame without glass, both frames have minor chips on edges. 80 - 160
1824 19TH C CHINESE TEXTILE FRAMED. 19th c. rare Cinese textile runner made from mandarin;s robe, exported after the Boxer Rebellion, in ebonized ang gilt decorated wood frame. No mark. Size: 13"H, 24 1/4"W. Condition: minor chips on frame. 400 - 800
1825 PR 19TH C FRAMED TEXTILES. Pair of 19th c. framed Chinese textiles, fragments from a dragon robe, one in oval double matte, one in rectangular double matte, framed. No mark. Size: 16"H, 19 1/2"W. each frame. Condition: chips in the frame. 250 - 500
1827 FINE, THIN PORCELAIN BOWL. Yellow lobed bowl covered in decoration of dragons and flowers. Size: 2.5" H, 6.5" Dia. Condition: no chips, no cracks. 20 - 40
1828 2 CHINESE ENAMEL ITEMS. (1) Late 19th c. Chinese Canton enamel three tier octagonal charger, center landscape decoration, surrounded by light blue ground border with red and yellow flower garlands, reverse enameled in light green. No mark. Size: 11 1/4"Diam. Condition: good. (1) Chinese Canton enamel cup or bowl, exterior ight blue ground with two white decorated areas with flowers and birds, yellow scroll work and red flowers are worked around these two fields. Interior pale green enamel with two fruit in center. No mark. Size: 2"H, 4"Diam. top. Condition: good. 125 - 250
1829 CHINESE ENAMEL CHARGER c.1900 Chinese enamel charger with center bird and floral motif on white ground, wide yhellow border with mille fleur decoration in pink, blue and green, reverse of charger enameled pale green. No mark. Size: 11"Diam. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1830 3 ENAMELED ITEMS. (1)c.1900 Chinese Canton enameled four sided bowl, flared sides, each with different decorative motif, deer, insect, sage, bird & flower. Marked: China. Size: 3 1/2"H, 5 1/2"W, 5 1/2"D. Condition: good. (1) Chinese enamel dish with bird and flower decoration on yellow field, revierse wth white enamel decoration. Marked: China. Size: 1"H, 5 1/2"W, 5 1/2"D. Condition: good. (1) Chinese Canton enameled lobbed lozenge shaped dish, yellow interior with flowers, exterior and bottom in white enamel. Marked: China. Size: 1 1/4"H, 5 1/2"L, 4 1/2"W. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1831 CYNTHIA DECEMBER FOSSILS ETCHING. Late 20th c. Two etchings in orange ink and one embossing on paper. 18/100. Signed in pencil. This artwork represents various aqautic and plant fossils. Purchased at Stobart's Three Rivers Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA. Size: 23" h., 15" w., framed 33" h., 25" w. Condition: no defects. 200 - 300
1832 1991 PRESIDENTIAL CONSERVATION PRINT. This lot features two Helen Rundell Eastern Timberwolf prints and a brass Presidential plaque bearing Gerald Ford's image, the 1991 Presidential Conservation Print title (a project sponsored by the United States Historical Society), and the number of the issuance (465/500). Rundell is a nationally known artist of wildlife and landscape scenes; her work is in public collections and US Emabassies. The prints have her pencil signature and the large wolf print bears Pres. Gerald Ford's pencil signature. Size framed: 33" h., 28" w. Condition: no defects. 1,000 - 1,200
1833 VICTORIAN MUSIC SCENE OIL PAINTING. Modern. Oil on board. Signed R. Wilson. Done in a late 19th c. style. This shows two women reading sheet music while a third sits at a piano. Size framed: 58" h., 46"w. Condition: no visible defects; must be shipped by a third party due to its size. 750 - 1,000
1834 WOMEN AT A WELL, FAUX ANTIQUE. 20th c. Oil (?) on canvas. Unsigned. This image is produced in an 18th c. Italian manner; the subject matter and the composition support that. It is however a 20th c. creation--craquellure lines are painted in. Very decorative. Size: 16 1/2" h., 19 1/2" w., framed 26" h., 30 1/2" w. Condition: some true and very minor craquellure appears in the varnish layer; frame as is. 300 - 500
1835 R. DE LA CORBIERE SEA AT SUNSET. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left. Roger De La Corbiere (1893-?) is a listed artist of seascapes. This shows a sunset on a beach harbor in golden brown light. Size: 18" h., 22" w., framed 25" h., 29" w. Condition: pressure damage to canvas(scuffs and paint loss) and frame. As is. 400 - 600
1836 GOYA LOS CAPRICHOS ETCHING. From the third edition of the Caprichos (1868), originally from the 18th c. plates. This plate, entitled Despacha, Que Dispiertan (Quick, They are Waking Up) is one of the many Goya made as not so veiled comments upon the church and the government during his later years. "The Caprices" were justly famed for the imagery and the aquatint technique. This is a calcographic reprint of the later 19th c. Size: 8 1/2" h., 6" w., framed 26" h., 23" w. Condition: no defects; professionally framed, comes with a COA from Park West Galleries, Michigan. 400 - 600
1837 CHAGALL GLUTTONY 2 ETCHING. 1925/1926. Black line etching. Comes with a COA from Park West Galleries, Michigan. "La Gourmandaise II" is plate 11 from Les Sept Peches, Capitaux (The Seven Capital Sins). Etching with drypoint, from a total edition of 300. Unsigned, unmarked. Size: 6 5/16" h., 4 1/4" w., framed 19 1/2" h., 17" w. Condition: no defects. 1,100 - 1,500
1838 A. VOLLON GRAND FLORAL BOUQUET. 19th c. Oil on canvas. Signed lower right A. Vollon in red paint. This shows an abundant floral display in a vase, centrally composed within the picture frame. Typical of late 19th c. tenebrist academic tradition. Antoine Vollon (French, 1833-1900) is a listed artist. This painting has been in the same family for several generations, originally coming from Holland. Size: 44" h., 33" w., framed 52" h., 42" w. Condition: craquellure throughout; relined; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 10,000 - 12,000
1839 EUROPEAN MILL PAINTING. 19th c. Oil on academy board. Unsigned. Semi-primitive painting shows men getting into a boat along the shore of a creek. A mill appears behind. Size: 22" h., 27" w., framed 33" h., 39" w. Condition: the academy board is warped convexly; the opulent frame is as is. 700 - 900
1840 DONALD POLLAND MUSTANGER. 1983. Pewter on wooden base. Numbered 164/2500. Comes with a certificate of registration from Chilmark Collector's Society. Polland (Arizona, 1932-) is a recognized Western life sculptor whose work resides in the following collections: Whitney Museum, Cody Wymoming, Charles Russell Museum, Great Falls, Montana, among others. Also this lot comes with a brief booklet describing Polland's work with many illustrations. Size: 6 1/4" h., 15 1/2" w., 5 1/2" w. Condition: no visible detractions. 100 - 200
1841 WW II ENAMELED DAGGER World War II German enameled dagger with metal and leather hilt, handle with black diamond pattern grip with large diamond enameled area, red and white quadrants with black swastika enameled in center. Marked: blade marked: Widdes Solingen Germany. Size: dagger 9 5/8"L, hilt and leather 9 1/2"L. Condition: blade worn and scratched, leather good, black metal finish on sword hilt with major losses of finish, wear to metal on end of dagger, enamel has minor flake in black swastika. 200 - 400
1842 WW II GERMAN BRAVERY PIN. World War II German bravery pin, pot metal with black finish, oval shape with repousse decoration of helmet with swastika in center over two crossed swords, garland border, vertical pin in back. No mark. Size: 1 3/4"H, 1 3/8"W. Condition: wear to black finish on pin. 100 - 200
1843 WW I BAVARIAN EPAULET. World War I Bavarian Oberleutnant (first lt.) medical corp doctor epaulet, silver thread with grey trim, brass button, gilt caduceus (entwined serpent) and petaled star, lined with dark blue velvet. Marked: button marked: Hochfeine A Qualitat 21 m/m. Size: 5"L, 1 1/2"W, button 3/4"Diam. Condition: threads good, button held by safety pin. 125 - 250
1844 WWI GERMAN INFANTRY EPAULET. World War I German infantry epaulet for Gefreiter (Pfc) 17th Infantry Regiment, grey material, embroidered red "17", edged in cream, one buitton, one button hole, button decorated with crown. Marked: button marked: C.K. Size: 5"L, 1 3/4"W, button 3/4"Diam. Condition: button loose, worn area near button hole, hole in epaulet near button hole. 75 - 150
1845 WW I GERMAN GUARD EPAULET. World War I German guard epaulet, Army Gefreiter 4th Guards Pioneer Regiment, blue material with button hole, embroidered "4" in red, dark blue backing, plain brass button. Marked: button marked: A & S Extra Fein. Size: 5 1/2"L, 2 1/2"W, Buton 7/8"Diam. Condition: button finish worn, holes and worn areas on epaulet, button not attached. 60 - 120
1846 WW II DAF MEMBERSHIP BOOK. World War II German "Arbeitsfront" Membership Book (Workers Front Membership Book) DAF. Hardbound, 32 pp. Workers Front membership book for Mrs. Klara Ropler, born 2-4-1902 in Grunbach, Gau, Sachsen, a fabric weaver from 1933 to 1938. Book includes four pages of stamps with dates in 1936, 1937, 1938. "Die Deutsche Arbeitsfront" book begins with the 27th workweek of 1936. Cover marked with gold swastika inside gold gear. Size: 6"H, 4 1/4"W. Condition: black ink stain on cover. 100 - 200
1847 WW I TROSTBUCHLEIN BOOKLET. World War I German Trostbuchlein booklet, exercise book for bereaved orf war casualties, to assist in coping and adjusting to their loss. Printed in 1914 and issued at the outset of World War I. Paperback, 32 pages. Complete title: Trostbuchlein fur die Trauer um die furs Vaterland Gefallenen: von (by) Professor D. Wurster. Published by : Verlag den Ev. Gesellschaft, Stuttgart 1914. Size: 5 1/2"H, 4 1/4"W. Condition: pages yellowed, minor marks on cover. 50 - 100
1848 WW I MILITARPASS. World War I Militarpass, a soldiers record book, stamped for Magdeburg Infantry Regiment 67, never used. Paperback, 16 pages, printed date Sept 1901, blue and black cover. Size: 5 5/8"H, 3 1/2"W. Condition: minor stains on cover, staples rusty. 75 - 150
1849 4 WW II POSTCARDS. (3) Three black and white German postcards published by Dreisen Verlag, Berlin, illustrated by Barlog about the "Neuerscheinung Soldatenleben" the soldiers' life. Size: 5 1/2"L, 3 5/8"H. Condition: never sent, English translations of text in pencil on back. Condition: all with minor wear to edges, one with small stains on image. (1) One cent American post card, postmarked: Miami Florida Oct. 16, 1941, typed back instructs recipient about special practice for the Drum Corp for Navy Davy from Bob Fennel Commandant. Size: same. Conditoin: good. 50 - 100
1850 31 WW II GERMAN PLANE CARDS. 31 photo cards from the series "Luftfahrt im Bild" (Air travel in pictures). Originally published by Karl R. Powlas, Nurnberg, 1956. These were issued by the Imperial War Museu, London, 1974. Black and white photos on glossy stock with text in German on the back. Size: 5 7/8"H, 8 1/4"W. Condition: good, incomplete set of over one hundred illustrations. 60 - 120
1851 HORNER TYPE CARVED BUFFET. See lot 1852 for matching table. Circa 1890. Round tiger striped oak. Beveled mirrored backed buffet has a finely carved reticulated pediment of face mask surmounted cartouche flanked by female torsos and griffins. Shelf is supported by a pair of three dimensional winged griffins grasping shields. Base has protruding lions heads over male carytids with drawers and doors carved with winged horses and griffins. Raised on face mask form feet. Provenance: consignor purchased from Bob Courtneys, Boston, Mass. Size: buffet 7'10" H, 5'10" W, 29" D. Condition: nice finish, no defects. 8,000 - 16,000
1852 HORNER TYPE CARVED TABLE. See lot 1851 for matching buffet. Round tiger striped oak table has apron carved with fruit urns flanked by winged horses trailing off into acanthus leafs and blossoms, the whole raised by four bearded male carytids on paw feet and a turned central pedestal on a platform. Size: 30" H, 60" W, 60" diameter, 9'2" long with all three boards. Condition: nice finish, no defects. 8,000 - 14,000
1853 KITTINGER BLOCKFRONT CHEST. Post 1960. Branded "Kittinger, Buffalo" and gold tag with "Kittinger, pattern #T723-H.C." Mahogany blockfront (originating in Rhode Island and Connecticut) chest with conforming shaped top and bracket feet. Size: 31" H, 31" W, 20" D. Condition: minor surface scratches from gentle use. 1,200 - 2,400
1854 GEORGIAN STYLE CHEST ON CHEST. Post 1940, Mahogany. Having a swan neck pediment with florettes, urn finials, carved fan, and cockbeaded drawers. Raised on French feet. Retailed by Gimbels, Pittsburgh, Penna. Size: 80" H, 38" W, 20" D. Condition: minor surface scratches from gentle use. 350 - 700
1855 CONTINENTAL CARVED FAUTEUIL. Jacobean stained frame is carved with leafage and florettes. Seat and back are sheet/pressed caned. Condition: cross stretchers make for a strong chair. 240 - 340
1856 CARVED AND PIERCED LOVESEAT AND CHAIR. See lot 1859 for bergere upholstered in the same fabric. Parcel gilt walnut stained frame carved with bows, flowers and leafage. Backs and sides are button tufted in a cream colored floral design on a medium blueish floral ground. Have down seat cushions trimmed in loop fringe. Size loveseat: 37" H, 4'W, 29" D. Condition: original finish, no tears, no holes, soiled where the head and arms contact therefore fabric needs to be cleaned. 300 - 600
1857 CARVED, PIERCED MAHOGANY SOFA AND CHAIR. Curvacious frame is pierced and carved with flowers and leafage. Sofa upholstered in a reddish tone on tone floral fabric with loop fringe on the down seat cushion. Chair is in a golden fabric with a chinoiserie design. Size sofa: 36" H, 79" W, 30" D. Condition: appears clean, no holes, no tears, sturdy frames. 300 - 600
1858 EDWARDIAN PEARL INLAID SETTEE. Circa 1910, walnut. Crest rail beautifully inlaid with scrolling acanthus leaf and blossoms highlighted with mother of pearl inlay. Has line inlaid arms and legs and button tufted backrest. Size: 34" H, 46" W, 23" D. Condition: strong frame, great finish, no holes or tears in fabric (which appears clean). 200 - 300
1859 LOUIS XV STYLE BERGERE. See lot 1856 for seating upholstered in the same fabric. Molded fruitwood frame with florishes of floral carving button tufted upholstered in a cream colored floral pattern on a medium blueish floral background. Down cushion has loop fringe. Size: 39" H, 28" W, 29" D. Condition: no holes, no tears, sturdy frame. 200 - 400
1860 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST. Four graduated drawers flanked by fluted pilasters over a shell carved scalloped skirt raised on Queen Anne legs. Size: 38.5" H, 40" W, 20" D. Condition: very minor surface scratches from gentle use. 250 - 500
1861 2 IMARI PLUM BLOSSOM ITEMS. Japanese Imari porcelain bowl and underplate, plum blossom decoration, Fuku mark. Marked: underglaze blue Fuku mark. Size: bowl: 6"Diam. 2 3/4"H, underplate 7 1/4"Diam, 1 1/2"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1862 2 CABBAGE LEAF ITEMS. Two Japanese porcelain cabbage leaf and flower decorated items. (1) Cabbage leaf planter, gild rim, hole in bottom. No mark. Size: 6 3/4"Diam. top, 5"H. Condition: good. (1) Bowl with cabbbage leaf and flower patern, gold rim. Marked: Specially made for Gumps Made in Japan. Size: 8 1/4"Diam. top, 3 1/2"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1863 PR JAPANESE IMARI BOWLS. Pair of Japanese imari type fluted bowls, three flower quadrants with iron red decoration, underglaze blue signature. Marked: underglaze blue signature, paper label marked: MOC Japan. Size: 4 1/2"Diam. top, 2 1/2"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1864 2 IMARI PORCELAIN PLATES. (1) C.1900 Japanese Imari oval porcelain tray, overglaze red and blue enamel with reserve scenes of puppy and flowers. Marked: signed in red calligraphy. Size: 7 1/4"L, 5 3/4"W, 1"H. Condition: chip under rim. (1) Japanese Imari porcelain fluted plate with radiating floral motif, reverse decorated wtih scrolling cherry branches. Meiji/Tasho. No mark. Size: 8 3/8"Diam. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1865 12 OCCUPIED JAPAN PLATES PLUS 1 OTHER. 12 Occupied Japan decaled small plates with 18th c. style scenes, gold rim. Marked: Made in Occupied Japan. Size: 3 1/8"Diam. Condition: good. 1 hand painted landscape scene plate. Marked: Japan. Size: 3"Diam. Condition: good. 50 - 100
1866 LACQUER BOX AND TRAY. Chinese lacquer box and tray, black lacquer with mother of pearl inlay. Box with mandarin ducks on lid, tray with edging of mother of pearl. No mark.s Size: box 5 1/2"L, 4 1/8"W, 1 1/2"H. Tray: 6 1/2"L, 5 3/8"W. Condition: wear to tray surface, wear to bottom of box. 50 - 100
1867 JAPANESE LACQUER SALAD SET. Nine piece Japanese lacquer salad set, black exterior with gilt bamboo and calligraphic decoration, interiors iron red. No mark. Includes: serving bowl 9"Diam. top, 3 3/4"H., six individual bowls 5"Diam. top, 2"H., salad fork and spoon 10"L each. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1868 JAPANESE LACQUER BOX. Japanese lacquer cylindrical covered box with simulated bark sides, gilt decorated top. No mark. Size: 3"Diam. 2 1/2"H. Condition: minor wear to edges. 40 - 80
1869 7 JAPANESE LACQUER ITEMS. (1) Japanese lacquer soup bowl and lid, red and gilt floral scene continues from bowl to lid. No mark. Size: 3 1/2"H, 4 1/2"Diam. widest part. Condition: good. (6) Japanese lacquer coasters with five different hand painted scenes in red and gold on black. No mark. Size: 3 1/8"Diam. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1870 ANTIQUED BRASS FIRE TOOLS. Four tools and stand. Size: 32" H. Condition: no detractions. 15 - 25
1871 FISHERMAN AND NETS OIL. 20th c. Oil on board. Signed Gilbert in the lower right. This is a very bright painting of three Carribbean men preparing nets. Size: 15 1/2" h., 18" w., framed 20" h., 22" w. Condition: no visible defects. 200 - 300
1872 G. COSTAKIS FLORAL TONDO. 20th c. Oil on board. Signed. Shows a rose bouquet painted on a round surface (tondo), and set in a carved frame. Size: 27" diameter. Condition: slight craquellure. 300 - 450
1873 SUNFLOWERS SIGNED BRENT. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Very lare and modern in style. Also pictured are some ornages and a half a cantaloupe. Size framed: 49" h., 60" w. Condition: two tears along the left side. 400 - 600
1874 RICHARD MOORE GIRL READING OIL . Modern. On canvas. Signed lower right. 19th century in style, and following the manner of Renoir, this shows a little girl in blue in a wicker chair. Size framed: 59" h., 46" w. Condition: no visible defects; must be shipped by a 3rd party due to its size. 700 - 1,000
1875 PAIR OF FOX HUNTING POSTERS. One is titled Run to Earth. Size of each framed: 31" x 27" and 32" x 41" Condition: each is as is. 40 - 60
1876 TWO REPRODUCTIVE PRINTS. One shows a little girl with a bird on her finger (after an oil painting). The other is after a hand colored engraving of the 18th c.; it shows people rambling down a hill in a carriage. Size each framed: 28" x 34" and 34" x 31." Condition: each is in good condition. 40 - 60
1877 TWO ARTWORKS. One is an Albert Wilson abstract print on mulberry paper (or similar paper). The other artwork is a modern print after an old botanical illustration; it shows red and purple flowers. Size of each framed: 20" x 25" and 21" x 26." Condition: all as is. 40 - 60
1878 PAIR OF E. MCCUNE OILS. Dated 87 (1987). Primitively painted rural scenes done in oil on canvasboard. Size each: 12" h., 16" w. Condition: light wear at the edges. 100 - 200
1879 FEMALE PASTEL PORTRAIT. 19th c? Pastel on paper. Signed illegibly (L. ...wade). Shows a woman in early 19th c. dress. Size: 11 1/2" h., 8" w. Condition: some foxing. 80 - 160
1880 THREE G. CENCI ETCHINGS. All early 20th c. (some are pencil dated '19) Shows "A Merchant Seaman," an old man in profile, and a sweeper woman. Size: 5 1/2" h., 4" w. and 3 1/2" h., 2 1/2" w., and 9" h., 5 1/2" w. Condition: all have age wear: yellowing, buckling, broken glass. 120 - 140
1881 ROYAL DOULTON "MENDICANT" #HN1365. Seated figure holding a bowl. Size: 8.5" H, 5.5" W, 3.5" D. Condition: no chips or cracks. 80 - 160
1882 2 ROYAL DOULTON MINIATURE DOGS. #K9B measures 2.25" H, 2.5" W. #K4 measures 3/4" H, 3.25" W. Condition: no chips or cracks. 30 - 60
1883 ROYAL DOULTON CREAM AND SUGAR. Bone china pieces decorated with roses. Size: sugar 4" H, 6" W, 4" D. Condition: no chips or cracks. 10 - 20
1884 PAIR HAND PAINTED NIPPON VASES. Pair of hand painted Nippon vases, two pierced gilt scroll handles, hand painted violets front and back, double gilt beaded band around body. Marked: Hand Painted Nippon. (marks worn) Size: 7 1/4"H, 4 1/4"W, 3 1/2"D. Condition: good. 80 - 160
1885 8 HEREND "ROTHSCHILD BIRD" PLATES. Marked "Hungary". Parcel gilt basketweave border handpainted with birds, butterflies, and insects. Size: 9" dia. Condition: no chips, no cracks. 300 - 600
1886 HEREND ROTHSCHILD BIRD LEAF DISH. Vine handled leaf shaped dish handpainted with bird, butterflies, and insects. Size: 8" H, 9.35" W, 2.5" Deep. Condition: no chips, no cracks. 70 - 120
1887 HEREND ROTHSCHILD BIRD 7CUPS & 8 SAUCERS. Marked "Hungary". Gilt edged basketweave border handpainted with birds, butterflies, and insects. Condition: no chips or cracks. 150 - 300
1888 2 PC'S HEREND ROTHSCHILD BIRD. Includes a 3" high urn on ball feet and a 4" long heart shaped pin tray. Condition: no chips, no cracks. 60 - 120
1889 FIGURAL INKWELL/ LETTER RACK. c.1900 pot metal, inkwell in thr form of a lidded woven basket with milk glass insert, nude female crouching figure with sickle, brass two section letter rack in rear. Marked: 6672. Size: 7 3/4"L, 4 1/2"D, 4 1/2"H. Condition: metal finish worn, figure loose on base. 100 - 200
1890 13 PC CANDLEWICK GLASS. Thirteen pieces of clear Imperial Glass Co. "Candlewick" pattern (1936-1984) depression glass. Includes: (1) compote, four bead stem, 5"H, 5 1/2"Diam. top. (1) creamer, beaded handle, 2 3/4"H. Condition: handle broken. (1) creamer underplate, polished bottom, 5 1/2"Diam. (1) sugar bowl, beaded handle, 2 3/4"H. (1) doubled handled underplate for sugar bowl, polished bottom, 5 1/2"diam. (4) oval luncheon plates, off center indentation for cup, polished bottom, 9 1/2""L, 7 1/2"W. (2) cups, beaded handles, 2 3/4"H. (1) bowl with pierced beaded handles, polished bottom, 8 1/4"Diam, 2 1/2"H. (1) divided bowl with solid handles, polished bottom, 6 1/4"Diam, 1 1/4"H. Condition: all in good condition except where noted above. 100 - 200
1891 GREEN GLAZED CROCK. Green glazed crock, two side handles, double ringed center decoration, varigated green drip glaze, bottom inch unglazed. No mark. Size: 11"H, 10"W, 8"D. Condition: sever chips. 80 - 160
1892 19TH C AMERICAN STONEWARE VESSEL. 19th C. American stoneware vessel, two pierced handles, streaked brown glaze. No mark. Size: 8 3/4"H, 7"Diam. top. Conditon: chips around base. 50 - 100
1893 HARDSTONE DECORATED BOX. Chinese round lidded wooden box with inset hardstone plaque with cut out crane and peony decoration. No mark. Size: 2 1/2"H, 4 1/2"Diam. box, 3 1/4"Diam. stone insert. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1894 2 CHINESE HARDSTONE ITEMS. (1) Chinese hardstone plaque inset into square cloth covered box with six interior divisions. Marked: paper label: The J.Freeman Co. Toledo Ohio. Size: 7 3/4"L, 7"W, 1 3/4"H. Condition: fabric covering worn. (1) Matchbox holder, leather bound in the shape of a book with inset hardstone carving. No mark. size: 2 1/2"L, 2"W, 1"H. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1895 3 AS-IS CHINESE EXPORT PIECES. Includes an early 19th century small teapot (2.5" crack on the bottom and a 6" crack around the side, discolored bottom and body. Teapot lid has a discolored repair on the edge and 2 chips). Also includes a bowl with a 1.75" crack and six rim chips and a saucer which has a crack and a chip in the table rim. 150 - 300
1896 19TH CENT. CHINESE EXPORT SAUCE BOAT. Famille Rose pattern. One piece construction with phoenix head handle. Handpainted with bats and plums. Size:; 7" H, 9" W, 5.25" D. Condition: no defects. 175 - 250
1897 FOUR 19TH CENT TEA BOWLS, 3 AS-IS. Four handpainted Chinese export tea bowls. Condition: three have cracks. 50 - 100
1898 19TH CENTURY CELADON CHARGER. Handpainted with polychrome flowers. Size: 2.25" H, 13.5" diameter. Condition: has a spider crack. 50 - 100
1900 91 PC HOMER LAUGHLIN CHINA. 91 pieces of Homer Laughlin china in the Dogwood pattern (with pink flowers which resemble magnolia blossoms) with gilt edges includes: (1) oval platter, 13 1/2"L. (2) oval vegetable bowls, 9 1/2"L. Condition: One with small crack. (17) dinner plates, 9 1/8"Diam. Condition: 12 good, 5 with chips. (13) soup bowls, 8 1/4"Diam. (10) bread plates, 6 3/8"Diam. (13) berry bowls, 5 3/4"Diam. (13) saucers, 6"Diam. (17) cups, 3 1/2"Diam. top. (1) teapot with lid, 8"H. (1) lidded sugar bowl, 4 1/2"H. (1) Gravy boat, Condition: cracked. (1) gravy boat underplate, 8 1/2"L. (1) small mixing bowl, 6 1/2"Diam. Condition: stained interior bottom. Condition: all in good condition except where noted above. 200 - 400
1901 C.1900 OAK CURVED GLASS CHINA. Arts and Crafts high style decoration. Has two leaf carved central finials and a beaded top molding. Size: 75" H, 52" W, 14" D. Condition: nice finish, nice sheen, sturdy,one side glass panel cracked. 500 - 1,000
1902 DROPLEAF TEACART. Has one apron drawer. Size: 28.5" H, 18.5" W, 29" D. Condition: finish is as-is. 20 - 40
1903 CAST IRON BIRDBATH(?). 19th century. In the French Empire style having a triform base with three swans. Painted black. Size: 38" H, 21" diameter. Condition: surface rust on the interior of the bowl. 400 - 700
1904 PHILCO FLOOR MODEL RADIO. Size: 39" H, 24" W, 12" D. Condition: scratches to the wooden case. 25 - 50
1905 VICTOR VICTROLA GRANADA #2720. Floor model victrola by Columbia Music Co. Size: 34" H, 34" W, 21" D. Condition: scratches to the case, may not work. 35 - 70
1906 VICTORIAN OVAL GILT MIRROR. Original gilt floral cast plaster decoration. Size: 44" H, 38" W, 3" D. Condition: good, no defects. 600 - 800
1907 PAIR OF MAHOGANY END TABLES, POST 1920. Triform two tier tables having pierced metal galleries and fluted supports on sabre feet. Size: 28" H, 16" W, 16" D. Condition: top tier only looks like it is wood grain pattern contact paper. 25 - 50
1908 MAHOGANY GATE LEG TABLE. Reeded legs. No mark. With heat pads. Size: 27" long (closed) 69" long (open), 48" wide, 29" high. Condition: minor wear. 200 - 400
1909 ROCOCO STYLE BALLOON BACK ROCKER. Upholstered seat and back. Carved crest rail. Size: 33" tall, 20" wide, 30" deep. Condition: upholstery slightly soiled. 80 - 160
1910 HAMPDEN POCKET WATCH. The watch has a closed 14K gold filled watch case with a leather watch fob. The case is plain except for an engraving of a reed on the front. The inside front case is marked: 5949539. The inside back cover is marked: Hampden Watch Co.; Canton.O. ; 15 jewels; safety pinion; 2654941. The inside outer back cover is marked: The Dueber Watch Case Manufacturing Co.; 14 Karat Special Gold Filled Watch Case No. 5949539. Condition: watch fob leather is old and worn; case has minor dents and scratches; watch appears to work. 100 - 250
1911 TWO COMMEMORATIVE COINS. (1) Coin celebrating Queen Elizabeth II 's Silver Jubilee. Marked: Elizabeth And Philip 20 November 1947-1972; D.G.REG.F.D.; Elizabeth II. (2) a coin key chain. Marked: One Penny 1967; DEI.GRATIA.REGINA.F:D: Elizabeth II. Condition: no visible defects for both. 20 - 40
1912 GOLD CIRCLE PIN. THe tiny 18K(?) gold pin has an engraved floral pattern. Marked: 10(?). Measures: 5/8" d. Condition: clasp does not appear to close properly; dent or flaw where clasp is attached. 20 - 40
1913 GIRARD PERREGAUX WATCH. The watch has a round dial with a white background and a 10K gold filled case. It has a Speidel flexible gold tone band accented with diamond chips. Back of case is marked: 10K GOLD FILLED. Condition: dial is discolored; crystal is scratched and marred; minor scratches on case; watch does not appear to work. 100 - 250
1914 VICTORIAN PIN. The Victorian styled bar pin is accented by nine white stones. Unmarked. Measures: 2 7/8" l. Condition: age appropiate wear. 50 - 100
1915 14K CARVED GOLD RING. The 14K yellow gold ring has a black border with a carved floral motif. Inside of band is marked with names and dates. Ring size: 7. Condition: minor scratches and nicks. 50 - 100
1916 ROSE QUARTZ NECKLACE. The necklace has large rose quartz beads strung on string with a silver metal clasp. Unmarked. Necklace length: 20". Condition: good overall, but some beads have minor nicks and scratches. 50 - 100
1917 TIGER'S EYE NECKLACE. The necklace has large tiger's eye beads strung on string with a silver metal clasp. Unmarked. Necklace length: 20". Condition: good overall, but one bead is scratched. 50 - 100
1918 VAL ST. LAMBERT DECANTER Val St. Lambert clear blown glass decanter, ground pontil, bulbous air trapped stopper, polished end. Marked: (script) Val St Lambert. Size: 11 1/2"H, 5"Diam. widest part. Condition: good. 80 - 160
1919 BLUE SATIN GLASS VASE. Hand blown satin glass vase, blue lattice pattern cased over white. No mark. Size: 5"H. Condition: some dirt along top edge. 40 - 80
1920 DARK STAINED OAK CURVED CHINA CABINET. Four fitted shelves, scrolled front legs. Top center door with carved acanthus decoration. Size: 64" tall, 40" w., 17 1/2" deep. Condition: weear & scratches, no casters. 300 - 600
1921 PR 2 LITE BRASS CANDLEHOLDERS. Pair of two lite brass candleholders, raised on three hairy paw feet base, baluster finial top, adjustable height screw for branches. Marked: each stamped: Made in England. Size: 14 3/4"H, 10"W, 5"D. Condition: good. 60 - 120
1922 PR BRASS EAGLE BOOKENDS. Pair of brass eagle bookends, eagles with wings partially open on rounded, domed base, red felt bottoms. Marked: Philadelphia Manufacturing Company, Phila. Pa. The Finest of American Craftsmanship. Size: 6 1/2"H, 5"W, 3 1/4"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
1923 COPPER KETTLE. Copper water or tea kettle, ovoid form, solid handle, brass finial. No mark. Size: 10"H, 11"W, 6 1/2"D. Condition: wear to finish, dents on inside lid rim, minor dings on body. 75 - 150
1924 COPPER KETTLE. Copper kettle, round body form, ringed decoration, wooden finial on lid, swing handle with turned wooden decoration. No mark. size: 11"H, 11 1/4"L, 8 1/4"Diam. base. Condition: repair to bottom, stained interior, minor dings. 50 - 100
1925 CAST IRON KETTLE Cast iron kettle, swing handle, hinged lid, fitted base. Marked: Springville Stove & Hollowware Works Pa. Size: 14"H, 15"L, 11"W. Conditon: rusty base, age appropriate wear, handle bent. 60 - 120
1926 PR CAST IRON SCONCES. Pair of cast iron wall sconces for candles, back decoration of olive leaves and olives in elongated pyramidal form, floral form base for candle holder arms. No mark. Size: 11 1/2"H, 4"W, 4"D. Conditon: rust on candleholders. 50 - 100
1927 19TH C 6 CANDLE MOLD 19th Century, tin candle mold with handle, forms six candles. No mark. Size: 10 1/2"H, 4 3/4"W, 2 1/2"D. Condition: dents and dings, minor losses to metal mold edges. 50 - 100
1928 COLONIAL WOODEN COFFEE GRINDER. Colonial wooden coffee grinder, cast iron top fittings, one drawer, ebonized wooden crank knob and drawer pull. Marked: Colonial on top cast iron fittings. Size: 10"H, 6 3/4"W, 6 3/8"D. Condition: wear and scratches. 50 - 100
1929 ADAMS WOODEN COFFEE GRINDER. Adams wooden coffee grinder, one drawer, pewter-like top, iron handle, wooden knob. Marked: Adams on handle. Size: 8 1/2"H, 7"W, 7"D. Condition: crank knob damaged, age appropriate wear. 50 - 100
1930 SOUTH AFRICAN HORN & PEWTER GONG. 1912 wedding gift sent from Capetown, South Africa. Quarter sawn oak base with horns mounted with pewter which is stamped RdNo19318. Size: 19" H, 16" W, 7" D. Condition: no detractions. 40 - 70
1931 HAND PAINTED NORITAKE BOWL. Hand painted Noritake landscape bowl on three feet, landscape interior, brown enamel bead decorated border. Marked: (green mark) Noritake Hand Painted made in Japan. Size: 3"H, 5 3/4"Diam. top. condition: good. 50 - 100
1932 CAPODIMONTE LAMP. Urn shaped Capodimonte ceramic mounted as lamp with two tiered metal base, lower pierced metal level with four dolphin supports for upper squared metal base, two handled Capodimonte urn with frieze of classical figures and gilt decorated handles. No mark visible. Size: 14"H urn, 32"H lamp. Conditoin: metal finish tarnished, old wiring. 40 - 80
1933 3 VINTAGE CERAMIC PIECES. (1) Pottery chicken feeder. Marked: Patented 1885. Size: 7 3/4"L, 7"H, 6 3/4"W. Condition: good. (1) Whiskey jug. Marked: Wiliamm Scheppelman Wines and Liquors 3029-3031 Fulton St. Cor Essex Brooklyn N.Y. Size: 11 1/2"H, 7"Diam. base. Condition: chips and stains. (1) Whiskey jug with blue and white line decoration. Marked: Potts Thompson Liquor Co. Distillery Atlanta Ga. Size:9"H, 5 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: crack in body. 40 - 80
1934 VINTAGE SELZER BOTTLE Vintage selzer bottle from Philadelphia. Etched glass bottle with metal stopper top. Glass marked: H. Goldstein Bottler of High Grade Water, 307 Delancey St. Phila. Pa. metal top marked: J. Cuklerman, Philadelpha. Size: 11"H, 4"Diam. Condition: metal pitted, glass sick inside. 200 - 400
1935 TWO KEROSENE LANTERNS. Lot includes two Acme Inspector kerosene railroad lanterns. Made in New York by Dietz. Both measure: 14" h. Condition: age appropiate wear. 0 - 160
1936 THREE-TIER WALL SHELF. Shelf has three tiers and a mirrored back. Mahogany veneer finish with ornate sides. Measures: 25.5" h., x 4 1/4" d. Condition: minor veneer loss; some scratches. 44 - 55
1937 MAGAZINE STAND. The Oriental style magazine stand has carved legs with painted Oriental scenes on the sides. Measures: 27.5" h., x 22.5 ' w., x 12" d. Condition: crack in wooden side panel; some paint loss; minor scratches. 36 - 45
1938 ROYAL HORSE GUARDSMAN OIL. Attributed to John Simken. Perhaps late 19th c. Oil on paper (?). Shows a mounted redcoated English member of the household cavalry. Size: 7 1/4" h., 4 7/8" w., framed 14 3/4" h., 12" w. Condition: no visible detractions to the art; frame as is. 150 - 200
1939 CAVALRY HUSSAR ATTR. SIMKEN. Perhaps late 19th c. Attributed to John Simken. No signature visible. Oil on paper (?). Shows a blue coated hussar mounted soldier in a desert environment. Size: 7 1/2" h.,4 7/8" w., framed 14 3/4" h., 12" w. Condition: no visible detractions to the art; frame as is. 150 - 200
1940 THE GOLDEN POST BY RICHARD REEVES AND PATRICK ROBINSON. Published by Fine Arts Enterprises, Ltd. 1985. Set in a canvas covered slipcase; leatherette cover with an inset horse's head medallion. Signed by the authors, and numbered 531 (out of 2000 copies). Caramel colored silk moire in excellent condition. Gilding to the pages in excellent condition. Reeves is a highly sought after racehorse painter. Size: 12 1/4" h., 15 1/2" w. Condition: see above; no detractions to the book; the canvas covered slipcase has very slight finger soiling and one brown mark. 800 - 1,200
1941 DEPRESSION ERA CHINA CABINET. One door flanked by chevron designs over one drawer. Size: 59" H, 35" W, 15" D. Condition: refinished, ready for your home. 75 - 150
1942 TWO ROCKERS AND ONE SIDECHAIR. One mahogany empire style rocker which has a vasiform splat and scroll front legs, the other rocker has a spindle back and a pressed leaf design crest rail (finish is worn). The sidechair has a spindle back, ball finials, and hip braces. All three chairs have caned seats in good condition. 20 - 40
1943 1940'S MARBLE TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE. Serpentine reddish brown marble top on curule form base. Has lions heads with rings in their mouths mounted to the apron corners. Size: 28" H, 22" W, 22" D. Condition: one ring missing from lions mouth. 30 - 60
1944 JACOBEAN STYLE SOFA TABLE. Having bulbous legs with shoe feet, connected by a curvacious stretcher. Size: 29" H, 4' W, 18" D. Condition: top has a crazed finish, has one chipped corner. 40 - 80
1945 TWO CIRCA 1900 PARLOR CHAIRS. Both have carved splats. Sidechair has been refinished and reupholstered, armchair has original finish but a bad vinyl upholstery. Size: armchair 42" H, 23" W, 20" D. 40 - 80
1946 PAIR CIRCA 1900 SLAT BACK CHAIRS. Have hip braces. Size: 38" H, 19" W, 17" D. Condition: need to be refinished. 20 - 40
1947 CIRCA 1900 SQUARE OAK PARLOR TABLE. Having splayed turned legs connected by a stretcher shelf. Size: 28" H, 22" W, 22" D. Condition: refinished. 80 - 160
1948 OVAL OCCASIONAL TABLE. On splayed sabre legs with lion paw feet. 18.5" H, 19" W, 25" D. With glass framed top tray. Condition: no defects. 20 - 40
1949 C.1900 MAHOGANY OFFICE CHAIR. Rolls, and has a swivel and rocking mechanism. Inset upholstered backrest. Size: 31" H, 23" W, 27" D. Condition: original finish is worn (especially at the handrests) and scratched. 40 - 80
1950 EMPIRE STYLE DESK. Has scroll front legs and two apron drawers. Size: 28.5" H, 34" W, 20" D. Condition: losses to the veneer, scratched finish. 35 - 70
1951 CIRCA 1900 SLAT CRIB. Having a pressed design top rail and slat sides. Size: 33" H, 30" W, 53" L. Condition: 20 - 40
1952 FAUX GRAINED TOMBSTONE MIRROR. With gesso decoration placed at intervals. Size: 35" H, 23" W, 2" D. Condition: no defects. 10 - 20
1953 ROUND MAHOGANY CONFERENCE TABLE. Laminated mahogany over a core, the veneer of which forms a radiating pattern in the table top. Set on a barrel bottom. Size: 4' diameter, 30" h. Condition: normal wear. 200 - 400
1954 KIMBALL INT'L SECRETARY DESK. Blonde wood finish. L-Shaped. Similar to the Arrowood style; beveled edges, six drawers. Size: 5'6" x 6'3" x 30" x 29" Condition: never used, burt some minor black rubber scuffs on the bottom edge of one side. 400 - 500
1955 JOSHUA GREEN CHINA LAKE 5. 1980's. Glazed stoneware. Signed in the base. An ovoid form on a gently flaring pedestal is topped with a lid. The vessel's decoration is vaguely vegetal; greens and yellows color leaf like incised and sculpted areas. Size: 33" h., 17" dia. Condition: craquellure in the glaze. 500 - 600
1956 CONTEMPORARY GLASS COFFEE TABLE. Having glass legs and brass caps. Size: 16" H, 42" W, 42" D. Condition: minor scratches in the glass from light usage. 100 - 200
1957 ASIAN SCREEN. Laminated wood with rubbed in color. Four panel incised decoration that describes a mountain journey. Modern. No artist's signature visible. Size: 56 1/2" h., 80" w. (entire set). Condition: no defects. 200 - 300
1961 4 CLIPPER SHIP TRAYS. Four Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Clipper Ship trays designed by Lurelle Guild, 1935-1936. Includes: (2) cat. no. 7152. Size: 22 3/4"L, 14 3/8"W. (2) cat. no. 7153. Size: 17 5/8"L, 10 1/2"W. All with late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Condition: minor wear. 100 - 200
1962 3 CHELSEA SERVING TRAYS. Three Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware "Chelsea serving trays" cat. no. 7157, with raised leaf decoration. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 20 1/4"L, 11 3/4"W. Condition: wear and scratches. 100 - 200
1963 3 CHELSEA SERVING TRAYS. Three Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Chelsea serving trays cat. no. 7151. (smaller version of lot no. 1962). Marked: one early mark: stag head and shield mark, two late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 18"L, 10 1/2"W. Condition: wear and scratches. 100 - 200
1964 2 COLDCHESTER ICE BOWLS & TONGS. Two Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Coldchester ice bowls cat. no.7246, and two Coldchester ice tongs cat. no. 7247. Late marks: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: bowl: 7 5/8"Diam. top, 4 1/4"H. Tongs: 5 1/2"L. Conditon: minor wear on bowls and tongs, one tong bent. 50 - 100
1965 2 CONTINENTAL COVERED BOWLS. Two Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Continental covered bowls, cat. no. 7430. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 7"Diam, 5"H. Condition: minor wear. 50 - 100
1966 TWO KENSINGTON WARE BOWLS. Two Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware bowls. Aluminum body with cast brass ringed base. Early mark: stag head and shield mark. Size: 2 3/4"H, 3 3/4"Diam. top. Condition: minor wear, usually sold with lid, no lids with pieces. 50 - 100
1967 3 PC MAYFAIR COFFEE SERVICE. 3 piece Art Deco aluminum, wood, brass Kensington Ware Mayfair coffee service. 1935 design, later wooden handles. All late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Includes: Mayfair coffee server, cat. no.7200. Size: 10"H. Condition: lid of pot with brass finial, not original. Mayfair sugar bowl, cat. no. 7203. Size: 3"H. Condition: wear to wood finish. Beverly creamer, cat. no. 7207. Size: 3"H. Condition: wear to wood finish. 100 - 200
1968 MAYFAIR PITCHER & EIGHT GLASSES. Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware Mayfair Pitcher cat. no. 7231, designed by Lurelle Guild 1934-1935. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Includes eight aluminum Kensington Ware Coldchester tumblers cat. no. 7252, 14oz. capacity. Condition: minor wear. Tumblers come with original Kensington Ware wrapping tissue. 100 - 200
1969 4 ART DECO ALUMINUM ITEMS. Four Art Deco aluminum and brass Kensington Ware items. (1) Waverly ink and pen holder, cat. no. 7003, designed in 1934 by Lurelle Guild in 1934. Size: 4 1/4"H. (1) Jot-it Memoranum Pad holder, cat. no. 7007. all aluminum. Size: 7"L. (1) Oxford Memo roll, cat. no. 7013, designed by Lurelle Guild 1939-1940. Size: 10"L. (1) Lido Lipstick Tissue Holder, cat. no. 7012, with female profile. Size: 3 1/2"L. Comes with original Kleenex insert. All late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Condition: wear and scratches. 100 - 200
1970 16 PC SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS 16 aluminum salt and pepper shakers includes: (8) Kensington Ware "Raleigh" salt and pepper shakers, cat. no. 7697, with vertical ribbingh, screw off bottoms. Designed by Lurelle Guild 1939-1940. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 2 3/4"H. Condition: minor wear, two with polished finish, two with original wrapping paper. (8) Coronet individual salt and pepper shakers, c. 1937, made by Aluminum Goods, a subsidiary of Alcoa. No mark. Size: 2"H. Condition: two sets come in original boxes. 80 - 160
1971 DECADE OF CHAMPIONS BY RICHARD STONE REEVES. Also co-authored by Patrick Robinson. "The Greatest Years in Thoroughbred Racing, 1970-1980. Two copies of this book make up this lot. Published by Fine Arts Enterprises, 1980. 191 pages, hardback, each has a dustjacket. Condition: very minor wear to each book's dust jacket. 200 - 300
1972 FRED STONE THE SPORT OF KINGS. Published 1985, Canzone Publishing. Introduction by Jack Klugman. Signed by the author/artist Fred Stone in pencil and numbered 1164/2900. Fred Stone is a popular race horse painter. Brown leatherette cover, set in a similar slipcase with embossed golden letters. Spine good. Condition: no defects, no bumps or wear to the cover, spine, or pages; extremely slight abrasion to the back of the slipcase. 300 - 400
1973 THE BLOOD HORSE COLLECTOR'S EDITION. This soft cover book collects and reproduces covers from this horse breeding magazine. 75 - 100
1974 HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL OIL. 19th century. Oil on canvas. Autumn trees are shown near a shallow creek, and a tiny cottage is seen in the rear. Size: 17 1/2" h., 29 1/2" w., framed 25" h., 38" w. Condition: relined, but still on old stretchers; some minor craquellure. 3,000 - 6,000
1975 DOM CARLOS CASTLE WATERCOLOR. 19th c. Watercolor on oval shaped paper. Marked in the bottom "Gioherfeld, Nye." Marked on the mounting board "Palace of Dom Carlos, King of Portugal, Peua near Cintra." Size: 8 7/8" h., 7" w., framed 18 1/2" h., 16" w. Condition: some foxing marks. 600 - 800
1976 PICARS GREEN LANDSCAPE. 20th c. Oil on canvas. Nightmarish landscape with a dead tree and a yellow and olive green sky. Signed Picars. Size framed: 38" h., 50" w. Condition: craquellure. 100 - 150
1977 ALICE ONG IMPASTO FLORAL. 1965. Oil on board. Signed. Very heavily textured flowers appear in huge close-up. Size framed: 38 1/2" h., 50 1/2" w. Condition: as is. 200 - 300
1978 3 PICTURESQUE AMERICA VOLS Two antique and one new volume of Picturesque America. Includes: (1) Picturesque America or The Land We Live In. with illustrations on steel and wood by Eminent American Artists. Edited by William Cullen Bryant, N. Y. D.Appleton & Co. Vol.I 1872. Hardbound, 568pp. Size: 13 1/4"H, 10 1/2"W, 3"D. Condition: cover leather has worn spots, some staining on interior. (1) Picturesque America or The Land We Live In. Vol. II 1874. Hardbound, 576pp. Same size. Condition: cover leather has worn spots, bottom of most prints with water stains. (3) Picturesque America: Illustrations from the Original 1874 Edition, colored in the style of the period. Published by American Heritage Publishing Co, N.Y. Hard cover spiral bound, with dust jacket. Unpaginated. Size: 13 1/2"L, 10"H, 1"D. Condition: dust jacket torn. 100 - 200
1979 3 PCS SPORTS MEMORABILIA. Three pieces of sports memorabilia includes: (1) Framed autographed photos of Bill Terry and Ted Williams mounted on panel marked: Last of the 400 Hitters. Comes with certificate of authenticity from Paul Goldin, President, The Score Board, Cherry Hill, N.J. Size: 20"L, 13 1/2"H. Condition: photos loose in mountings, one cover loose and taped. (1) New York Yankees print autographed by Don Larson. Framed. Size: 15"H, 11 3/4"W. Condition: good. (1) Framed lithograph of Terry Bradshaw, autographed by player. Signed and numbered by artist 35/750. With certificate from Score Board Inc. Cherry Hill, N.J. Size: 14"H, 11"W. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1980 1970'S MAN IN COLORFUL GARB. 1976. Oil on canvas. Signed Anthony Calabrese. Pittsburgher Anthony Calabrese's art was indicative of its time and this disco dude is certainly 1970's in appearance. Also includes a bearded male portrait. Sizes: 30" h., 24" w. Condition: no visible defects; frames are as is. 75 - 100
1981 2 KIRK STIEFF STERLING PCS Two repousse decorated sterling items. (1) Sterling Stieff repousse pattern serving spoon. Marked: Sterling Stieff. Size: 8 1/2"L, Weight: 74.9 grams. Condition: good. (1) Sterling handled serving fork, repousse pattern hollow handle. Marked: Sterling. Size: 8"L. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1982 STERLING TRAY Round sterling tray, dished with rolled rim. Marked: Sterling. Size: 9 3/4"Diam. Weight: 237.3 grams. Condition: wear and scratches. 60 - 120
1983 PR CARTIER STERLING BASKETS. Pair of Cartier sterling baskets, woven body with fixed handles. Marked: Cartier Hand Made Sterling. Size: each 3"H, 2 3/8"W, 2 1/8"D. Weight: total 93.5 grams. Condition: good. 100 - 200
1984 STERLING SALT & PEPPER SHAKER. Sterling salt shaker and pepper mill, modern design. Marked: (salt) Sterling. (pepper) Made in Italy Sterling. Condition: corrosion on the interior of salt shaker. 50 - 100
1986 ART DECO BRASS AIRPLANE TRAY. Art Deco brass tray shaped like the outline of Austrailia with attached metal kangaroo and with double propeller cargo plane suspended above. No mark. Size: 5"H, 7 1/2"L, 6"D. Condition: metal finish worn. 100 - 200
1987 HAND PAINTED MINIATURE. Oval hand painted miniature under convex glass in incised and stained bone frame, miniature of man in 18th c. dress, signed "Bril". Miniature and frame backed with fragment of inconabula page printed in latin. Size: miniature: 2"H, 1 1/2"W, frame: 3 3/4"H, 3 1/4"W. Condition: cracks and splits in frame, metal tarnished. 400 - 600
1988 LALIQUE BIRD VASE. Swirled frosted ovoid body on round base, two three-dimensional flying birds on front, clear and frosted bodies. Marked: script mark: Lalique France. Size: 5"H, 4"W, 4"D. Condition: minor scratches on bottom. 250 - 500
1989 6 LALIQUE DISHES. Six Lalique molded glass dishes, wide leaf border in frosted glass around clear center. All marked: (script) Lalique France. Five with paper labels: Cristal Lalique France. Size: 6"Diam. 1 1/2"H. Condition: 1 with chip in rim, 1 with flebite on rim, 1 with fleabite on leaf decoration. See also: lat 1990. 400 - 600
1990 2 LALIQUE DISHES. Two Lalique molded glass dishes with wide leaf border in frosted glass around clear low center. Marked: (script) Lalique France, paper label: Cristal Lalique France. Size: 6"Diam, 3/4"H. Condition: one with chip on rim bottom, one with chip on rim top. See also: lot 1989 for similar pieces. 50 - 100
1991 LARGE IMARI TYPE BOWL. Royal Crown Derby type Imari bowl. Iron red and cobalt Imari style decoration with gilt highlights. Marked 6097. Size: 12 1/4" diam top., 4 1/2" h. Condition: some cobalt interior areas are faded; gilt decoration worn. 80 - 160
1992 PAIR OF ORIENTAL LIDDED JARS. With blue and white decoration. Size: 10" H, 8" dia. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1993 8 BLUE N WHITE ORIENTAL PLATES. Decorated with people. Size: 8.5" dia. Condition: all plates have at least one chip. 30 - 60
1994 BLUE AND WHITE TEACUP. Oriental design. Condition: good 5 - 10
1995 ORNATELY CARVED SOAPSTONE VASE. Flowers carved up the front. Size: 10.5" H, 6" W, 2.5" D. Condition: good. 30 - 60
1996 THREE PORCELAIN ITEMS. Limoge, Elite Works, Chateau Chalusset, 5.75" dia. cream base with gilt decorated bowl; post 1945 Schumann, Bavaria, "Chateau" pattern reticulated and floral spray decorated 5.75" dia plate; circa 1910 Haviland Limoge white bodied saucer with gilt decoration. Condition: all have no chips or cracks. 40 - 80
1997 20TH C. FLO BLUE PLATE. Blue crackle design with sponged gilt edge. Size: 10" dia. Condition: minor wear to gilt. 10 - 15
1998 PAIR LENOX SALT AND PEPPERS. Pair porcelain salt & pepper shakers. Pepper mill with top crank handle; gilt metal fittings. Marked Lenox. Wide gilt top & bottom band decorations. Sides decorated with Renaissance style classical decorations. Made in USA. Size: 7 1/2" h., 2 1/2" diam base. 80 - 160
1999 PAIR AMERICAN BRIGGS BOSTON BOWLS. Ironstone with an Imari type decoration, numbered 13/103 and 6/103, has a lion and unicorn herald mark on the base. Size: 5.5" diameter. Condition: no defects. 20 - 40
2000 TWO ENGLISH SAUCERS. English flowering Blue New Wharf Pottery, Conway, England, 1892, marked Conway Royal Semi-porcelain, England, Wood & Son; English "Stone China" ceramic saucer. Size: 5.5" dia. Condition: good. 20 - 40
2001 19TH C. PEWTER CHARGER 19th c. pewter dished charger, raised ringed edge. Marked: two unreadable marks, later inscription on back "100 years old". Size: 11 1/4"Diam. 1"H. Condition: hole drilled in rim, age appropriate wear. 80 - 160
2002 2 DECILITER PEWTER MEASURE. 20th C. two deciliter pewter measure. Marked: on bottom: angel blowing horn mark. 98% tin. on handle: 2 deciliter. Size: 5"H, 4"L, 3"W. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2003 DUTCH PEWTER SAMOVAR. Dutch pewter samovar on base with heating element. Samovar on three wooden knob feet, separate lid with wooden finial, tripartite galleried stand on three wooden ball feet and separate heating element. Marked: Kurz Tiel Holland Real Pewter. Size: samovar 14"H, stand 1 3/4"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2004 ITALIAN PEWTER CONTAINER. Italian pewter container, shaped sides on raised base, double scroll pierced handles. Marked: unclear impressed mark, paper label: Italy. Size: 11 1/2"L, 6 1/2"W, 5"H. condition: florist material stuck on inside. 40 - 80
2005 FIVE PEWTER ITEMS. (1) Unusually shaped pewter ewer. Marked: Made in Hong Kong, Ngan Hingshun. Size: 9"H, 8"W, 3 1/2"D. Condition: wear and scratches. (4) Pewter goblets, baluster stems. Same mark. Size: 6 1/4"H. 2 3/4"Diam. top. Condition: some bending, scratches. 50 - 100
2006 PEWTER WYATT EARP GROUP. Cast pewter group on shaped wooden base entitled: Frontier Peace Maker Wyatt Earp - 1880. Marked: on front top base "Frontier Peace Maker Wyatt Earp- 1880 78/1500. on back top base: (C) 1989 Michael Boyett. Also stamped with mark: crossed rifles, cross and stag head. Size: 6 1/2"L, 7 1/2"W, 7"D. Condition: good. 50 - 100
2007 2 PEWTER ITEMS. (1) Pewter pitcher, S scroll handle. Marked: AAW Alloy Art Pewter Corportation Pewter 410. Size: 7"H, 8 1/2"W, 5 1/2"D. Condition: minor dings. (1) Pewter bread tray, oval shape with ringed and rolled edge. Marked: Pewter by Rice 334. Size: 11 3/4"L, 6"W, 1 3/4"H. Condition: wear and dings. 30 - 60
2008 PR PEWTER CANDLESTICKS. Pair of heavy baluster form candlesticks. Marked: TA Pewter. Size: 9"H, 4 1/2"Diam. base. Condition: good. 30 - 60
2009 PR BRONZE SHIP BOOKENDS. Pair of solid bronze bookends of tall ships in full sail, pierce cast construction, felt bottoms. Marked: Solid Bronze NYB. Size: 5 1/4"H, 5"W, 1 1/2"D. Condition: good. 50 - 100
2010 1925 CAST METAL BOOKENDS. 1925. Cast metal bookends, ship will full sail in relief in arched background, textured back panel. Marked: AC 19 (C) 25. Size: 3 1/4"H, 4 1/4"W, 1 1/2"D. Condition: gilt finish worn, some areas of rust on surface. 30 - 60
2011 LONGFELLOW BOOK. Lot includes two books. (1) The Courtship Of Miles Standish, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Illustrated by Howard Chandler Christy. Published by Bobbs-Merrill, 1903. 1st Christy edition in hardcover. (2) The Story Of The Constitution, by Sol Bloom. Published by the U.S. Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission, Washington, 1937. Condition: age appropiate wear. 150 - 200
2012 SIX MISC. ANTIQUE BOOKS. (1) The Princess, A Dream of Fair Women, by Alfred Tennyson. Undated. (2) A Mother's Legacy, by Nancy Sproat. 1867. (3) Here's How, by Judge Jr. 1927. (4) The Specialist, by Charles Sale. 1929. (5) The Bab Ballads, by W.S. Gilbert. Undated. (6) Harpers School Classics, by Eginhard. Undated. Condition: age appropiate wear. 40 - 60
2013 BONERS BY ALEXANDER ABINGDON. Complete title is: Boners, Being a Collection of Schoolboy wisdom, or Knowledge as It Is Sometimes Written, Compiled from Classrooms and Examination Papers, by Alexander Abingdon. Illustrated by Dr. Seuss. Published by The Viking Press, New York, 1931. Small quarto. Red cloth, lettered in black on front board and spine. No dust jacket. Condition: some bump damage to upper left front, but book tight. 200 - 300
2014 FIVE OLD BOOKS. (1) History of the United States: From the Earliest Discoveries to the Close of the Great Rebellion in 1865, by Marcius Willison. Published by Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman, New York, 1866. Many maps, and other illustrations. Condition: worn; but all here. (2) Shining Scabbard, by R.C. Hutchinson. Published by Ferrar & Rinehart, 1936. Green cloth hard cover. Condition: no dust jacket; sine faded. (3) East Lynne Or The Earl's Daughter, by Mrs. Henry Wood. Published by A.L. Burt Company Cloth, New York. Condition: loose spine; no dust jacket; wear. (4) The Complete Novels of guy De Maupassant. Published by Walter J. Black Inc., New York, 1928. Soft leather bound. Condition: shows wear. (5) Over There With The Doughboys At St. Mihiel, by Capt. Ralphson. Published by M.A. Donohue, Chicago, 1919. Tan cloth with red and black decoration. Hard cover. Condition: shelfworn; front hinge a little loose. 80 - 100
2015 DICK TRACY BY CHESTER GOULD. Complete title is: Dick Tracy, Ace Detective. Published by Whitman Publishing Company, 1943. 1st edition. Illustrated. Dick Tracy was first published in October 6, 1931, in the tribune-News Syndicate newspapaers. Hard bound. Condition: no dust cover; puncture to cover that goes through several pages; heavy foxing to pages; loose spine. 100 - 125
2016 CUT GLASS BOWL. Cut glass bowl with cross center decoration, pinwheel spirals, dentilated top. No mark. Size: 8 1/4"Diam. 3"H. Condition: good. 50 - 100
2017 2 CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES. (1) Large reverse painted glass snuff bottle, continuous scene of women in landscape setting. Marked: China. Size: 3 1/4"H, 2 1/2"W. 1 2/4"D. Condition: no stopper. (1) Chinese cameo glass style snuff bottle, raised leaf and insect design in iron red on frosted clear background. Multicolored stone decorated cap with metal spoon. No mark. Size: 3"H, 2"W, 1"D. Condition: good. 150 - 300
2018 WATERFORD CRYSTAL DISH. Pineapple shaped Waterford crystal Hospitality dish, pressed design, in original box. Marked: acid stamped: Waterford, paper label: Waterford Crystal, Made in Ireland. Size: 6 1/2"L, 3 1/2"W, 1 1/2"H. Condition: good in original box. 100 - 150
2019 1914 FASHION ILLUSTRATION. Framed French fashion illustration by A. Vallee. Print marked: 1914 Costumes Parisiens pl.135. Illustration of Toilettes de visite, in French lined matte in gilt frame. Size: print: 7 1/4"H, 4 1/4"W. Frame: 13 3/4"H, 10 1/4"W. Condition: burn marks on print from acid matte, chips in frame. 100 - 200
2020 1913 COSTUME ILLUSTRATION. Framed French costume illustration by Brunelleschi. Print marked: 1913 Costumes Parisiens pl. 122. Toilette au gout Venitien. In French lined matte in gilt frame. Size: print: 7 1/4"H, 4 1/4"W, frame: 13 3/4"H, 10 1/4"W. Condition: burn marks on print from acid matte, chips in frame. 100 - 200
2021 BRASS WALL MIRROR. Rococo style oval wall mirror, pierced brass frame, C and S scroll decoration. No mark. Size: 27"H, 17"W. Condition: good. 60 - 120
2022 BORGHESE GILT MIRROR. Oval mirror with gilt frame, egg and dart interior band, S scroll edge. Marked: paper label: Borghese. Size: 19"H, 16"W. Condition: good. 80 - 160
2023 3 GILT BRONZE FIGURES. Three gilt bronze figures, each a stylized Asian female figure in kimono. No mark. Size: (2) 7"H, (1) 6 1/2"H. Condition: wear to gilt finish on all three. 100 - 200
2024 GREEN AGATE NECKLACE. The necklace has large oval shaped green agate beads strung on string with a silver metal clasp. Unmarked. Necklace length: 20". Condition: good overall, but some beads have scratches. 50 - 100
2025 AMETHYST BEAD NECKLACE. The large amethyst beads are strung on string with a silver metal clasp. Unmarked. Necklace length: 20". Condition: good overall, but some beads have nicks and flaws. 50 - 100
2026 BLACK PEARL BRACELET. The bracelet has five strands of black freshwater cultured pearls with a silver clasp. Marked: 925. Bracelet length: 7". Pearl size: 5. Condition: good overall; but some pearls have blemishes. 40 - 60
2027 WHITE PEARL BRACELET. The bracelet has four strands of white freshwater cultured pearls with a silver clasp. Marked: 925. Pearl size: 6 mm. Bracelet length: 7". Condition: good; but some pearls have blemishes. 40 - 60
2028 4 FIGURAL BISQUE EMPTY DECANTERS. Three are by Lionstone Whisky and include a 14" man in a peacoat, 13.5" doctor (missing lid/hat), and a 13" gunfighter. Also contains a 10.5" Paul Revere by McCormick. 40 - 60
2029 AS-IS BORSATO, MILAN FIGURINE. Porcelain seated woman with birds in flowering branches. Size: 9" H, 5" dia. Condition: 2 fingers are broken off, bird missing a tail. 10 - 20
2030 FOUR PIECES PORCELAIN. Includes two 8.5" high made in Japan bisque figures, a 6.25" spill vase having three female figures (one flower petal broken), and a 6.25" floral decorated vase. 10 - 20
2031 FERBER BARN IN SNOW. Last 1/4 of the 20th c. Oil on canvas. This is painted in the popular "television" style of knife and fan brush. Size: 15 1/2" h., 19 1/2" w., framed 24" h., 28" w. Condition: no defects; frame as is. 40 - 60
2032 THE MUSE, CALABRESE COPY. 1964. Oil on canvas. Signed Anthony A. Calabrese. Mr. Calabrese was a local artist who studied art during the 1950's. From the 1950's through the 1960's he mostly labored as a window artist for Pittsburgh department stores, but began to come into his own as an artist in the 1970's. This 1964 painting represents one of his earlier efforts and it is a copy after Morse of The Muse. Size: 28" h., 22" w., framed 32" h., 26" w. Condition: some minor scuffs, no major defects. 100 - 200
2033 R.N. LAGMAY LANDSCAPE. 20th c. Signed lower right. Various chubby trees are shown in this semi-primitive painting. Size: 22" h., 33" w. Condition: mold on the canvas verso; craquellure and wear at the bottom of the canvas recto. 100 - 120
2034 OTSUKA POSTER 1984 NY ART EXPO. Official poster of the 1984 New York Art Exposition shows a bird kissing a woman's lips. Otsuka is a listed fine print and poster artist of quasi Art Nouveau / Japanese imagery. Size: 38" h., 26" w. Condition: no defects. 120 - 150
2035 CHINESE TEXTILE DESIGN. Shows stylized clouds and bushes and a cart. Very decorative; set in a frame. Size: 26" square. Condition: no visible defects; frame as is. 75 - 125
2036 FRENCH URBAN ARCHITECTURE POSTER. 1974. Designed by Folon. Shows a man constructed out of blue bricks. Size framed: 34" h., 24" w. Condition: no defects. 50 - 60
2037 VASARELY ZEBRAS. Signed in the print. Silkscreen in balck on white paper. Vasarely began in the 1950s to produce zebra patterned prints with slight variations on the intertwined pair of animals. This may be a later reprint. Size: 22" h., 16" w., framed 29" h., 22" w. Condition: no glass; slightly yellowed. 75 - 100
2038 PAIR OF CAT PAINTINGS. 20th c. Oil on board. Each is signed "Addis." Each cat appears to be a Siamese, one is seated and the other is walking. The style is roughly pointillist. Size framed: 16" x 28" each. Condition: no visible defects; as is. 80 - 120
2039 MASTED SHIP WATERCOLOR. Date unknown. Marked E.M.G. Size: 7 1/2" h., 5 1/2" w., framed 12 1/4" h., 9 3/4" w. Condition: some foxing. 25 - 50
2040 PLUMS AND PITCHER POSTER. Offset litho from an oil painting. Size: 23" h., 27" w. Condition: no visible defects; as is. 20 - 40
2041 59 PC NANCY PRENTISS CHINA. Fifty nine pieces of Nancy Prentiss china, Skyridge pattern, 1962, white center, aqua band, platinum edging. Marked: Nancy Prentiss, Fine China, Made in USA, New Kensington, Pa. Skyridge, 1962. Produced by a subsidiary of Alcoa Aluminum Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Includes: (8) dinner plates, 10 1/2"Diam. (8) salad plates, 7 1/2"Diam. (8) bread plates, 6 1/2"Diam. (8) cups, 4"Diam. top. (8) saucers, 5 3/4"Diam. (8) soup bowls, 8"Diam. (9) berry bowls, 5 1/2"Diam. (1) gravy boat with attached underplate, 7 1/4"Diam. (1) creamer, 3"H. (1) lidded sugar bowl, 4 1/2"H. Call in good condition. (value at Replacements Ltd. for set $1800.00) 600 - 800
2042 4 KENSINGTON TRADITIONAL PCS Four Kensington Traditional Sandwich plates, cat. no. 7805, oval lobbed shape. No mark. Three with original boxes. Size: 10 1/2"L, 8 1/2"W. Conditon: good. 40 - 80
2043 7 KENSINGTON TRADITIONAL DISHES. Seven Kensington Traditional aluminum dishes. Includes: (4) Dishes, cat. no. 7807, 7"Diam, No mark. Three in original boxes. (3) Dishes, cat. no. 7801, 9 3/4"Diam. No mark. Three in original boxes. Conditoin: all good. 50 - 100
2044 3 KENSINGTON TRADITIONAL TRAYS. Three Kensington Traditional aluminum trays, all with scalloped edges, bright cut decoration. (2) Trays, cat. no. 7831, 13 1/2"W, 21"L. late mark, stag head, shield and script mark. Condition: good. (1) Tray cat. no. 7839, 22"L, 17"W. Condition: good in original box. 40 - 80
2045 4 KENSINGTON WARE OVAL TRAYS. Four Kensington Traditional line oval trays, all with gadrooned edge, bright cut decoration. (3) oval trays, no mark, not anodized. Size: 21 2/3"L, 16"W. (1) oval tray same size with handles. Cat. no. 7846. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Condition: minor wear. 100 - 200
2046 8 KENSINGTON TRADITIONAL TRAYS. Eight Kensington Traditional aluminum trays, all with gadrooned edge, bright cut decoration. (3) Wellesley trays, cat. no. 7825. Size: 13"Diam. Two marked: late mark. One unmarked and never anodized. (3) Bennington trays, cat. no. 7822, 15 1/4"Diam. Late mark. One in original box. (2) Saratoga Platters, cat. no. 7840, 23 1/2"L, 18 1/2"W. One marked, late mark. Condition: all in good condition. 100 - 200
2047 5 TRADTIONAL GOLD TRAYS. Five Kensington Traditional gold trays, all with gadrooned edge, bright cut decoration. Includes: (1) Oblong tray with handles, cat. no. G8740. Size: 19"x 24". Late mark. Condition: in original box. (1) Oval tray, cat. no. G7846. Size: 21 1/2"L, 16"W. Late mark. Condition: good. (1) Round Plymouth tray, cat. no. G7821. Size: 13"Diam. Late mark. Condition: good. (1) Round Bennington Tray, cat. no. G7822. Size: 15 1/2"Diam. Late mark. Condition: good. (1) round Concord Tray, cat. no. G7823. Size: 18 3/4"Diam. Late mark. Condition: good. 100 - 200
2048 6 KENSINGTON TRADITIONAL TRAYS. Six Kensington traditional bread trays, all with gadrooned edge, bright cut decoration,includes: (3) gold tone bread trays, cat. no. G7878, one with original box. (3) aluminum finish bread trays, cat. no. 7878, late marks. Size: 12 1/2"L, 6 3/4"W, 2"H. Condition: one aluminum finished tray has unpolished bottom. All other in good condition. 50 - 100
2049 3 TROPICAL LEAF PLATES. Three Kensington Ware aluminum Tropical leaf plates, cat. no. 7806, impressed leaf design. No mark. Size: 15"L, 13"W. All in original box in good condition. 40 - 80
2050 3 KENSINGTON ASPIC TRAYS Threee Kensington Traditional aluminum aspic trays, cat. no. 7892. Gadrooned edge with bright cut decoration. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 19"Diam. Condition: two in original boxes, good condition. 40 - 90
2051 4 SILVERPLATE ITEMS. (3) Repousse decorated teapot, creamer and sugar, reeded decoration at base, classical designs, teapot with wooden handle. Marked: E S & S EP Electroplated on Nickel Silver. Size: teapot: 6"H, creamer 4 1/4"H, sugar bowl 4 3/4"H. Condition: wear. (1) Oval silverplate tray, textured surface, monogramed: Joyce. Marked: Homan Plate on Nickel Silver. Made in USA 048. Size: 11"L, 8"W. Condition: worn and scratched. 80 - 160
2052 IRRIDESCENT SHADE Irridescent glass shade, cut and etched decoration, egg shaped hanging light fixture, neoclassical etched decoration with cut center star medallions and bottom star cut. No mark. Size: 8"H, 6 1/2"Diam. widest part, 4"opening. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2053 DUTCH SCENE SHADE. Dutch scene shade, domed glass with continuous Dutch windmill scene on frosted body. No mark. Size: 5 1/2"H, 6 1/2"Diam. widest part, 2 1/2" opening. Condition: minor war to decorated surface. 40 - 80
2054 18 DEPRESSION GLASS ITEMS. 18 Depression glass items includes 9 finger bowls and 9 underplates. (5) Yellow glass fingerbowls with acid etched ribbon and flower decoration. No mark. Size: 4 1/2"Diam. 2"H. Condition: one chipped. (6) Yellow glass underplates with matching decoration. No mark. Size: 6 1/4"Diam. Cndition: good. (4) Clear glass fingerbowls with acid etched fleur de lis decoration. No mark. Size: 5"Diam. top, 2"H. conditoin: 2 chipped. (3) clear glass underplates with acid etched flower basket decoration, star cut bottoms. Size: 6"Diam. Condition: 2 chipped. 40 - 80
2055 ART DECO COCKTAIL POURER. Art Deco chrome and bakelite cocktail shaker and pourer, pull off top stopper, screw off spout cap, red bakelite handle. Marked: Stainless Chrome. Size: 13"H, 4 1/8"Diam. base, 8 1/2"W, 5"D. Condition: minor wear to metal, handle in good condition. 100 - 150
2056 ART DECO TOASTER. C.1930s. Toastmaster chrome Art Deco style toaster. Marked: Mfd by McGraw Electric Co. Waters-Genter Div. Mpls Minn USA Model 1B5. Size: 7"H, 6"W, 8 1/2"D. Condition: all electrical appliances sold as is. old wiring, one ding on top surface. 60 - 120
2057 CZECH ART GLASS VASE. Blown glass vae, mottled random color areas on yellow field, ground top. No mark. size: 5 1/2"H, 3 1/2"Diam, base, 6"diam. widest part, 3 1/2"Diam. top. Condition: several stress crack in body of vase. 50 - 100
2058 PR METAL CANDLE SCONCES. Pair of Gothi style metal wall sconces for candles, medieval style. No mark. Size: 9"H, 9"W, 6 1/2"D. Condition: wear and rust. 60 - 120
2059 2 LILY OF VALLEY PORCELAIN ITEMS. (1) Small shaped dish with raised scalloped edge, decaled lily of the valley decoration on shaded green field. No mark. Size: 6 1/4"Diam. Condition: good. (1) Pierced handled round plate, decaled center floral group with lily of the valley and roses, stenciled floral decoration on white and green field. Decoration similar to R.S. Prussia items. Marked: K & L Bavaria. Size: 9 3/8"Diam. Condition: good. 50 - 100
2060 FOUR PORCELAIN ITEMS. (1) Oval porcelain bowl, pink exterior, decaled floral decoration, hand painted gilt highlights. Marked: Limoges Hand Painted. Size: 9 1/4"L, 5 1/4"W, 3 1/4"H. Condition: gilt worn on edge. (1) Austrian plate with decaled rose decoration with gilt floral and blue band decorated edge. Marked: Victoria (Crown) Austria. Size: 6 1/8"Diam. Condition: good. (1) Austrian plate with decaled floral and hand painted highlights on green shaded background, gilt edges. maked: Eagle China Austria. Size: 6 1/4"Diam. Condition: gilt worn. (1) Austrian plate with decaled poppy decoration with hand painted white enamel highlights on shaded background. Marked: Eagle China Austria. Size: 6 1/4"Diam. Condition: good. 50 - 100
2061 3 GERMAN PORCELAIN ITEMS. (1) small plate with decaled roses on shaded green background. Marked: Germany. Size: 6 1/2"Diam. Condition: good. (1) Oval dish with decaled flower and lattice drape design, gilt rim. Marked: made in Gemany. Size: 8 1/4"L, 3 3/4"W, 1 1/2"H. Conditon: good. (1) Hand painted German bowl. Porcelain blank marked: Germany. Hand painted frieze of fruit and leaves. Marked: on base G.F. 1916. Size: 8 1/2"Diam.top. 2 1/4"H. Condition: good. 60 - 120
2062 GLASS,CANE,WOOD SOFA TABLE. N/R. Sofa table, distresed wood frame, raised top rim, 2 beveled glass top inserts, open lower caned shelf, metal column legs with center knobs. No mark. Size: 27 1/2"H, 56 3/4"W, 16"D. Condition: wear and scratches on wood. 100 - 200
2063 CHROME FRAMED GLASS TABLE . N/R. Good condition. size; 36 1/2"H. 60 1/2"W, 20 1/2"D. 40 - 80
2064 OAK PARLOR CHAIR. With applied carving and line incised decoration. 10 - 20
2065 3 ALUMINUM RELATED BOOKS. (1) The Immortal Woodshed. (The story of Charles Martin Hall). by Junius Edwards. Dodd, Mead & Co. N.Y. 1955. hardbound with dust jacket, 244pp. Autographed by author. 8 3/4"H, 6"W. Condition: dust jacket torn. (1) Alcoa an American Enterprise. by Charles C. Carr. Rinehart & Co. 1952. hard bound with dust jacket. 292pp. 9 1/2"H, 6"W. Condition: dust jacket torn. (1) A Captain in Industry. by Junius Edwards. Privately printed. New York. 1957. Hard bound, 128pp. Size: 10 1/4"H, 7 3/4"W. (story of the Hunt family and Alcoa). Condition: good. 80 - 160
2066 FROM MONOPOLY TO COMPETITION. From Monopoly to Competition: The Transformation of Alcoa 1888-1986. by George David Smith. Cambridge Univeristy Press, 1988. 554 pp. hardbound with dust jacket. Size: 9 1/2"H, 6"W. Conditoin: good. 60 - 120
2067 THE ALUMINUM INDUSTRY 2 VOLS. The Aluminum Industry in 2 Volumes, by Edwards Frary and Jeffieres. Chemical Engineering Series. 2 Volumes. hard bound, 1930. First Edition, Second Impression. one volume 358pp, one volume 870pp. Size: 9 1/4"H, 6"W. Conditon: pages yellowing on edges, crease on thinner volume cover. 80 - 160
2068 21 ALCOA ALUMINUM HANDBOOKS. Series includes: (4) Welding Alcoa Aluminum. 1972 edition, 1967 edition, 1958 edition, 1958 editin. (2) Machining Alcoa aluminum. 1967 edition, 1967 edition. (1) Alcoa Aluminum Bus Conducter Handbook. 1957 edition. (2) Soldering Alcoa Aluminum. 1965 edition, 1965 edition. (3) Alcoa Structural Handbook. 1956 edition, 1958 edition, 1958 edition. (3) Alcoa aluminum Handbook. 1956 edition, 1962 edition, 1967 edition. (2) Brazing Alcoa Aluminum. 1955 edition, 1967 edition. (2) Forming Alcoa Aluminum. 1962 edition, 1973 edition. (1) Adhesive Bonding Alcoa Aluminum. 1967 edition. (1) Riveting Alcoa Aluminum. 1958 edition. All hardbound, in good condition. 100 - 200
2069 ALUMINUM 3 VOLUMES 1967. Aluminum. 3 volumes by American Society for Metals. 1967, hardbound. Vol. I Properties, Physical Mettallurgy and Phase Diagrams. 426pp. Vol. II Design and Application. 682pp. Vol.III Fabrication and Finishing. 814pp. Size: 9 1/4"H, 6 1/2"W. Conditon: minor wear to covers. 60 - 120
2070 4 ALUMINUM PAMPHLETS. (1) Charles Martin Hall: Father of Aluminum Industry. by Leonard M. Fanning. 12 pp, paperback, 1956. Distributed by Alcoa. (1) Story of Aluminum. 32pp. paperback. Distributed by Alcoa. (1) A Brief History of Aluminum and Alcoa. 16pp, paperback. Distributed by Alcoa. (1) Alcoa in Westmoreland County: A Productive Past.... A Positive Future. 1986. 16pp, paperback. ( with many views of New Kensington, Pa.). All in good condition. 60 - 120
2071 2 CERAMIC PLANTERS. Pair of low format ceramic planters with gilt and ebonized rocaille feet, blue and gilt decorated body with beaded highlights. No mark. Size: 4"H, 8"Diam. base. 4 1/2"Diam. top. Condition: both have chips on feet. 30 - 60
2073 DEPRESSION GLASS CANDLESTICK. Clear Depression glass candlestick with cut decoration, comes with added bobeche with square cut prisms and fictive candle electric light fixture and black shade. No mark. Size: 9 1/4"H candlstick, 4 1/2 x 4 1/2"base, 18"H total height with shade. Condition: good. 30 - 60
2074 6 MOTHER OF PEARL CAVIAR SPREADERS. Six mother of pearl knives used for spreading caviar in pink plaid cloth covered box. No mark, possibly Russian. Size: knives 4 1/2"L, box: 5 1/2"W, 4 1/2"D, 1 1/2"H. Condition: good. 100 - 200
2075 ROY CLOWN SCULPTURE. Clown sculpture on marble base, metal and enamel figure of clown with flower in hat playing piano, affixed to veined marble or onyx base. Marked: (C) 85 Roy. Size: 4"H, 4"W, 3"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2076 2 CONTAINERS. (1) Rococo style repousse decorated oval planter with tin liner, raised on four scrolled feet. Monogramed "MS". No mark. Size: 4 3/4"H, 7 1/2"L, 4 1/2"W. Condition: wear to metal surface. (1) Square ceramic lidded container on four feet with blue body color, round decaled 18th c. style scene on top, gilt highlights, metal hinged framework. Holdes blue beaded flowers with green beaded leaves. Container marked: Porcelain (crossed arrows) 55/1041. Size: 5"H. 4"W, 6"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2077 2 19TH C. MARRAIGE CERTIFICATES. (1) 1880 marraige certificate with three oval photographs, records wedding of Charles H. Haufine and Betsy a. Pine, August 11, 1880 in Pittsfield, Pa. Size: 17"H, 13 12/"W. Condition: several tears paper brittle. (1) 1889 marriage certificate, color lithograph for the wedding of Wilbert L. Bush and Hattie E. Ward, June 26, 1889 in Pa. Size: 18 1/2"H, 14"W. Condition: edges badly torn, two corners missing, water stain. 60 - 120
2078 TIFFANY PLAYING CARDS. Tiffany playing cards, double deck in original Tiffany blue box, sealed. Size: 5"L, 4"W, 7/8"D. Condition: celophane slightly torn. 40 - 80
2079 GREEN GLASS FAIRY LAMP Two piece green pressed glass fairy lamp, six sided form, raised stylized Asian calligraphic designs on sides, pagoda roof shaped top. No mark. Size: 5"H, 5"Diam. widest part. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2080 4 WINTON, CAULDON, AND BOOTH PLATES. Four plates includes a 7" Royal Winton plate of Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, 9.25" Royal Cauldon gilt transferware plate of Buckingham palace, 11" Royal Cauldon gilt transferware plate of Windsor Castle, and a 10.5" Booths plate of chinese tree. Condition: both Cauldon plates have crazing, all else is good. 20 - 30
2081 DEPRESSION GLASS CANDELABRA. Three light Depression glass candelabra, scroll and leaf design, shaped base, in crystal. No mark. Size: 6 1/4"H, 10 1/2"L, 5"D. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2082 PAIR GILT BULBOUS TABLE LAMPS. With Art Deco style shades and finials. Gilt bulbous forms on plinths. Size: base 16" H, 5" W, 5" D. Condition: one has a brown cord and the other has a white cord. 20 - 40
2084 3 BRASS DOORKNOB SURROUNDS. Three pieces: neoclassical design, reeded edges, acanthus leaf top and bottom, cross decorated reeding. Marked: S3157. Size: 10 3/4"H, 2 7/8"W. Condition: recently cleaned. 40 - 80
2085 VICTORIAN SOFA FRAME. Rococo revival sofa frame, finger carved walnut frame. no mark. size: 65"W. Condition: needs to be refinished and reupholstered. 75 - 150
2086 2 METAL ITEMS. (1) Brass bust of Beethoven on rectangular stepped base. Marked: Beethoven on back of bust. No other mark. Size: 8"H, 5"W, 4"D. Condition: wear to metal surface. (1) Old brass lidded match safe, shaped backrail. No mark. Size: 2"H, 4"W, 2 3/4"D. Condition: age appropriate wear. 40 - 80
2087 6 MING BOWLS Six Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Ming bowls, cat. no. 7426. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 7"Diam., 3"H. Condition: minor wear. 50 - 100
2088 5 CATHAY BOWLS. Five Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Cathay bowls, cat. no. 7425. C.1939, smaller version of Ming bowl, taller than Lotus bowl. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 2"H, 4 1/2"Diam. top. Condition: minor wear. 50 - 100
2089 5 LOTUS BOWLS. Five Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Lotus bowls, cat. no. 7424. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 5"Diam, 1 3/4"H. Condition: minor wear. 50 - 100
2090 2 KENSINGTON WARE SERVERS. Two Kensington Ware aluminum round servers with fleur de lis center decorated handle. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 10"Diam. 5"H. Condition: wear and scratches. 40 - 80
2091 5 KENSINGTON WARE DISHES. Five Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Charleston Servings dishes, cat. no. 7417. Late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 9 1/4"L, 7"W. Conditoin: minor wear. 40 - 80
2092 2 DORCHESTER PLATES. Two Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Dorchester plates, cat. no. 7324. Wreath design, Late mark. Stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 15"Diam. Condition: minor wear. 40 - 80
2093 4 FISH DECORATED TRAYS. Four Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware trays, c. 1937. Includes: (3) Nassau fish trays, cat. no. 7316. 10"Diam. (1) Bimini fish tray, cat. no. 7326, 15"Diam. All with late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Condition: wear and scratches. 50 - 100
2094 8 SAVOY ROUND TRAYS. Eight Art Deco aluminum Kensington Ware Savoy round trays, cat. no. 7159 with center decoration. Marked: late mark: stag head, shield and script mark. Size: 12 1/4"Diam. Condition: wear and scratches. 100 - 200
2095 3 WEAR EVER SAMPLE CASES. Three Wear Ever salesman's sample cases, used by door to door salesmen, interior has full sized advertisement for Wear Ever aluminum. Exterior of cases (2) composition material, (1) brown painted aluminum. Size: 25"L, 10"D, 15"W. Condition: exteriors worn and scratched, interior graphic good. 50 - 100
2096 COPPER BOWL. Copper bowl with brass handle. No mark. Size: 8 1/4"Diam. top, 4 1/2"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2097 PR FRAMED RELIGIOUS POEMS. Two double window matted and framed prints of religious poems and prayers in gold frames. One frame holds: Old Irish Benediction and Footprints. One frame holds: Prayers by St. Francis of Assisi with gilt highlights. No mark. Size: 24"H, 11"W. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2098 THREE MISC. PIECES. Includes a 12" tall transferware peacock vase on wood stand, a made in India 5" dia. brass peacock decorated bowl, and a 6" broken and reglued soapstone statue. 10 - 15
2099 1950'S MODERN 2 TIERED TABLE. Having a brass tone metal apron trim. Size: 26.5" H, 28" dia. Condition: no defects. 10 - 20
2100 TRANSFER DOUBLE HANDLED VASE. Cream colored body with daisies and sponged with gilt. Size: 13" H, 11.5" dia. Condition: minor wear to gilt. 15 - 25
2101 VINTAGE SINGER SEWING MACHINE. Vintage Singer sewing machine in original wooden case with key and original instruction book for Machine #127-128. Serial number on machine #C7268475. Size: in case: 17"L, 14"H, 8"D. Condition: age appropriate wear. 50 - 100
2102 3 COCKTAIL SHAKERS. Three silverplate cocktail shakers includes: (1) Large three part cocktail shaker with hammered surface. No mark. Size: 10"H. Conditoin: good. (2) Smaller Wallace silverplate cocktail shakers. marked: Wallace 920. Size: 4 1/4"H. Condition: good. 40 - 80
2103 VENETIAN GLASS LEAF DISH. Blown glass Venetian leaf dish, silver shot and colored pieces incorporated into body of dish. Polished bottom. No mark. Size: 9"L, 7 1/2"W, 2"H. condition: glass good, residue of masking tape on bottom of dish, easily removed with GooGone or similar product. 40 - 80
2104 BASEBALL BOOKLET. Famous Slugger Year Book from 1945 depicting baseball records and information from the 1944-45 seasons. World War II Issue with "KEEP THOSE BONDS" on front cover. Condition: some fading of cover color; otherwise no visible defects. 18 - 30
2105 1948 ESQUIRE GIRLS CALENDAR. The calendar has twenty-eight pages of glorious females in color. Original jacket. Condition: some tears in jacket, but calendar appears to have no visible defects. 12 - 20
2106 SIX ESSO BOOKLETS. Lot includes six Esso related booklets and advertising. Some are wartime issues from 1944-45. Condition: good; no visible defects. 10 - 15

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