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Great Estates
Thursday, April 14, 2016
RAGO
4.14.16
Great Estates 10:00 AM
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The Hirschfeld Century: A Portrait of An
Artist and His Age
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AUCTIONEERS NOTES:
If you have questions on the condition of a work, we would be glad to provide
our opinion, but all works are sold according to our Terms of Sale. Please
call the Auction House for complete condition reports if you cannot view in
person.
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RAGO ARTS AND AUCTION CENTER
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CONTENTS
Great Estates: Lots 1–688, p. 1
INQUIRIES/INFORMATION
SPECIALIST IN CHARGE:
Chris Wise 609.397.9374 ext. 137 or [email protected]
Terms of Sale, page 191
PARTNER IN CHARGE:
Auction Staff, page 195
Miriam Tucker 609.566.7224 or [email protected]
Shipping Information, page 195
ABSENTEE BIDS:
Eliane Talec 609.566.7225 or [email protected]
Condition Report Form, page 197
TELEPHONE BIDS:
Absentee Bid Form, page 198
Guy Benthin 609.397.9374, ext. 124 or [email protected]
CONDITION REPORTS:
Gina Tomasello 609.397.9374, ext. 140 or [email protected]
NEW BIDDER REGISTRATION:
Eliane Talec 609.566.7225 or [email protected]
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4.14.16
Great Estates 10:00 AM
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, NEW YORK. LOTS 1–43
1
2
3
ENGLISH PORCELAIN COVERED
TUREENS AND UNDERPLATES
ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE
PORCELAIN
ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE
PORCELAIN PLATES
Two: One Worcester with blue and white
floral motif and applied branch and flower
handles, the other with blue and white
floral and insect motif with shell handles
and flower finial, England, 18th c.
Both marked
Larger lidded: 5 3/4” x 7 1/4” x 4 1/2”,
Underplate: 9 1/2” x 6 3/4”
Four: One bowl with cherry blossom motif,
one bowl with chinoiserie fishing scene,
and a Caughley tea bowl with underplate,
England, 18th c.
All marked
Cherry blossom bowl: 2 7/8” x 5 7/8”
Sixteen with grape leaf decoration,
England, 18th c.
All marked
7 1/2” dia.
$500–700
$600–800
PROVENANCE
Worcester, Earle D. Vandekar, Maryknoll,
New York
$1,000–2,000
4
5
ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLATTERS
PAIR OF WORCESTER PORCELAIN RETICULATED BASKETS
Two of square form with grape leaf decoration, England, 18th c.
Both marked
10 1/4” x 10 1/4”
Pinecone design with blue and white decoration, England,
ca. 1780
Marked
3 1/2” x 7” x 6”
$400–600
$800–1,200
1
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7
10
GEORGE II PARCEL GILT MAHOGANY MIRROR
CHIPPENDALE WALNUT DIMINUITIVE CHEST OF DRAWERS
AMBROSE ANDREWS (American, 1805-1859)
Surmounted by a gilt phoenix bird, England, 18th c.
33 1/4” x 16 5/8”
Arrangement of drawers on shaped bracket feet, U.S.A.,
mid 18th c.
32” x 24 1/2” x 12 1/4”
Untitled (view of Lake Champlain), 1848
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed and dated
28” x 40”
$500–800
$1,000–1,500
$3,000–5,000
8
9
11
12
GEORGE III MAHOGANY BANQUET TABLE
SET OF SIX GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS
GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE
PAIR OF WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS
In three parts, rounded ends and drop leaves,
England, 18th/19th c.
Closed: 29 1/2” x 48” x 70
Each with a pierced splat on square tapered legs, England,
ca. 1780
36 3/4” x 19 1/2” x 16 1/2”
Bow front on square tapered legs, England, 20th c.
30 1/4” x 46” x 18”
Each with a rushed seat on turned legs, probably U.S.A., 19th c.
38 1/2” x 19 1/4” x 15”
$1,000–2,000
$600–900
$600–800
$500–800
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3
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13
14
15
GEORGE III MAHOGANY GAME TABLE
TWO ENGLISH MAHOGANY
ARMCHAIRS
GEORGE III MAHOGANY WORK TABLE
Hinged top on chamfered legs, England,
late 18th c.
28 1/2” x 34” x 16 1/2”
$700–1,000
Each with a drop in seat and square legs,
England, 18th c.
Largest: 37” x 27” x 19”
$500–800
One drawer on square tapered legs,
England, late 18th c.
28 1/2” x 29” x 18 1/2”
$500–800
one of four
18
19
20
WORCESTER PORCELAIN
WORCESTER PORCELAIN
WORCESTER PORCELAIN VESSELS
Two pieces: Covered basket and reticulated
underplate with branch handles, blue and
white floral decoration and applied flowers,
England, mid 18th c.
Both marked
Underplate: 1 7/8” x 10 3/4” x 8 1/2”
Five with blue and white decoration:
Chinoiserie motif bowl, small plate and
covered tea bowl with flower finial, and
two scalloped ovoid floral dishes with
raised weaving detail at rim, England,
18th c.
All marked
Bowl: 3 3/4” x 9 3/4” (all pictured online)
Four blue and white pieces: One cabbage
leaf decorated jug, one small jug, one
covered coffee pot with silver chain and
flower finial, and one lidded teapot with
flower finial, England, 18th c.
All marked
Largest: 8 1/2” x 7 1/2” (all pictured online)
$700–1,000
$700–1,000
16
17
PAIR OF GEORGE I WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS
QUEEN ANNE MAPLE DROP LEAF TABLE
Each with a drop in seat and cabriole legs with curved stretchers,
England, second quarter 18th c.
39” x 21” x 19”
Rounded drop leaves on tapered legs and pad feet, U.S.A., 19th c.
28 1/4” x 47 3/4” x 16 1/2”
$700–1,000
one of five
$700–1,000
$800–1,200
one of three
one of six
one of three
21
22
23
ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE
PORCELAIN
WORCESTER PORCELAIN PLATES
WORCESTER PORCELAIN FRUIT
BASKETS
Three: One salad bowl with molded shell
detail, scalloped edge and pinecone and
fruit decoration, and a pair of pinecone
design dishes with scalloped edges
Pair unmarked, the other with Worcester
crescent moon mark
Largest: 3 1/4” x 10 1/4” (all pictured online)
Six in pinecone pattern with scalloped
edges, England, 18th c.
All marked
Largest: 9 1/2” dia. (all pictured online)
$500–700
Three piece garniture of two smaller
and one larger circular blue and white
pinecone design reticulated baskets,
England, ca. 1775
Marked
Largest: 2 1/4” x 7 1/2” (all pictured online)
PROVENANCE
$600–800
Taylor B. Williams Antiques, Chicago, IL
$600–900
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5
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30
ENGLISH PORCELAIN LEAF DISHES
ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN
Cased barometer and thermometer with
gilt details, England, 19th c.
39”
Five: Three diminutive with floral decoration, one Lowestoft with
willow pattern, and one large leaf platter decorated with flowers
and butterfly, England, 18th c.
One with Worcester crescent mark, Lowestoft marked 5
Largest: 13 1/2” x 10”
$700–1,000
$700–1,000
Five: Rectangular Worcester pinecone pattern platter, Caughley
fence garden design lidded sugar pot with handle and lidded
Worcester fence design butter tub, rectangular Caughley flask
with floral motif, and Lowestoft cream boat with chinoiserie motif,
England, 18th c.
All marked
Platter: 13 1/4” x 10”
24
25
26
GEORGE II WALNUT BACHELOR’S
CHEST OF DRAWERS
ENGLISH MAHOGANY BUTLER’S TRAY
ON STAND
ENGLISH MAHOGANY STICK
BAROMETER
Feather banded veneers, fitted with a
brush board and arrangement of drawers
on bracket feet, England, mid 18th c.
30 1/4” x 31” x18”
Rectangular tray on folding stand, England,
19th c.
Overall: 33” x 16 1/2” x 26 3/4”
$400–600
$1,200–1,800
$600–800
31
32
28
ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN
PAIR OF WORCESTER PIERCED BOWLS
ASSEMBLED SET OF GEORGE III STYLE DINING CHAIRS
GEORGE II WALNUT KNEEHOLE DESK
Eight mahogany chairs: Two arm and six side, each with pierced
splat and square legs, England
Armchair: 37” x 24” x 17”
Feather banded veneers and arrangement of drawers centering a
cupboard door, England, mid 18th c.
30” x 29” x 18 3/4”
Both decorated with K’ang Hsi Lotus pattern, with pseudoChinese mark after Chinese Kangxi original, likely first period
Worcester, England, ca.1770
3 1/4” x 9 1/4” x 6 1/2”
$1,000–2,000
$800–1,200
Six: Thomas Wolfe cabbage leaf jug, one bowl with molded floral
and lobed form, small shell form dish, scalloped rim dish with
applied foliate details, and knife and fork with porcelain handles,
England, 18th and 19th c.
Wolfe impressed on jug, both dishes marked
Jug: 5 1/8” x 5 1/4” x 4”
27
$1,000–1,500
$700–1,000
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7
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37
ENGLISH SILVER INK STAND
Shell form, interior fitted with glass ink bottle, probably Barnard & Sons,
England, 1905
2 3/8” x 3 3/4” x 5 1/4”
$1,000–1,500
33
34
DELFTWARE PLATES
DELFTWARE
Three: One with blue and white and one with polychrome
chinoiserie scene, the last with blue floral motif on a purple
ground, possibly England, 18th c.
Unmarked
Largest: 11 5/8” dia.
Three: Two nine-sided plates with blue, orange, yellow and
green flowers, and one bowl with purple, blue and yellow floral
decoration, possibly England, 18th c.
Plates marked
Bowl: 2 3/4” x 6 3/4”
$500–700
$500–800
35
36
DELFTWARE
DELFT CHARGERS
Four: Two plates, one charger and one bowl with blue, green,
orange and yellow floral motif, possibly England, 18th c.
One plate marked 5
Charger: 11 1/2” dia.
Three: Each with floral motif, possibly England, 18th c.
Unmarked
13 1/4” dia.
PROVENANCE
$1,200–1,800
38
ENGLISH DELFT ADAM AND EVE LOW BOWL
Depicting The Temptation with a blue dash rim, England, ca. 18th c.
Diameter: 13 1/8”
Jonathan Horne Antiques, London, England
Bowl also N.J.P. Mills Collection
$3,000–5,000
$700–1,000
39 / NO LOT
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one of two
one of two
40
41
42
DELFT CHARGER
DELFT CHARGERS
DELFT CHARGERS
Lobed form with green, yellow and blue
floral border framing a figure on horseback
at center
possibly England, 18th c.
Marked
13 1/2” dia.
Two: One with blue floral rim and profile
of man smoking a pipe at center, the other
with green and blue foliate motif, possibly
England, 18th c.
13 1/2” dia. (both pictured online)
Two: Both lobed form, one with blue
chinoiserie decoration, the other with
yellow, green and blue floral border
encircling a nude, crowned female wearing
a cape below the initials M R, possibly
England, 18th c.
One marked
Larger: 13 3/4” dia. (both pictured online)
$1,500–2,500
PROVENANCE
Jonathan Horne Antiques, London, England
$1,200–1,800
43
JOSHAGHAN CARPET
Central Persia, late 19th c.
263” x 163”
$10,000–15,000
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$1,500–2,500
44
45
SHIRVAN RUG
KASHAN DESIGN ORIENTAL RUG
East Caucasus, first quarter 20th c.
108” x 61”
All over design on a blue and red background, 20th c.
106” x 72”
$1,200–1,800
$500–700
46
47
SAROUK CARPET
KAZAK RUG
North Persia, ca. 1925
128” x 84”
Southwest Caucasus, first quarter 20th c.
75” x 57”
$800–1,200
$600–900
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one of two
48
49
52
53
EAGLE KAZAK RUG
KUBA RUG
KERMAN PERSIAN RUNNER
TWO ORIENTAL AREA RUGS
Southwest Caucasus, first quarter 20th c.
94” x 65 1/2”
Northeast Caucasus, first quarter 20th c.
61” x 41”
Southwest Iran, second half 20th c.
344” x 36”
Both with blue and red geometric designs, 20th c.
Larger: 105 1/2” x 48” (both pictured online)
$1,200–1,800
$800–1,200
$1,000–2,000
$700–1,000
50
51
54
SAROUK RUG
TABRIZ CARPET
ORIENTAL AREA RUGS
PORTUGESE NEEDLEPOINT TAPESTRY
North Persia, ca. 1925
78 1/2” x 53”
Northwest Iran, last quarter 20th c.
193 1/2” x 121”
Three with various designs, 20th c.
Largest: 79” x 51” (all pictured online)
Portugal, second half 20th c.
187” x 109”
$400–600
$1,000–2,000
$400–600
$600–900
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55
13
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60
56
57
SOUMAC RUG
KURDISH RUG
Southwest Caucasus, late 19th c.
107” x 69”
West Persia, late 19th c.
75” x 46”
$700–900
$600–800
58
59
61
62
HAMADAN RUG
SHIRVAN RUG
18TH CENTURY DUTCH TEXTILE
IRISH GEORGE II STYLE MAHOGANY HALL TABLE
Northwest Persia, ca. 1925
82 1/2” x 41”
East Caucasus, first quarter 20th c.
61” x 39”
Silk embroidery on linen, floral pattern
Framed: 66 1/2” x 90 1/2”
$600–800
$400–600
$400–600
Rectangular top with shell carved apron on cabriole legs and pad
feet, 20th c.
31” x 47 1/2” x 24”
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SCOTTISH WINDOW VALANCE
Silk with tassels, 18th c.
Framed: 31” x 106”
$300–500
$700–1,000
15
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63
64
PAIR OF BAROQUE STYLE GILT METAL WALL SCONCES
CONTINENTAL ROCOCO STYLE GILTWOOD MIRROR
Pierced wall plaques cast with putti and shells, each with two
scrolling foliate arms, Netherlands, 20th c.
Unmarked
17” x 14” x 6”
Carved with scrolls and vines, 18th/19th c.
49” x 25 1/2”
$700–900
68
69
TWO PAIRS OF FRENCH TOLE
PLANTERS
LOUIS XIV STYLE BRASS INLAID
MANTLE CLOCK
PAIR OF RUBY GLASS DECANTERS
Each with scalloped edges, one round pair
with handles and decorated with a lyre
and a pitcher, the other pair eye-form with
pastoral landscape, France, 20th c
Marked
Round: 6” x 9” x 6”
Bronze mounted and ebonized wood,
porcelain Roman numeral mounts, eight
day time and strike movement, French,
19th c.
26” x 12” x 7”
$400–600
$400–600
65
66
QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY LOWBOY
CHIPPENDALE STYLE CHERRY CHEST ON STAND
Rectangular top with an arrangement of drawers on cabriole legs
and pad feet, Pennsylvania, 18th/19th c.
30 1/2” x 33 1/2” x 20 1/2”
Carved crest above an arrangement of drawers on ball-and-claw
feet, U.S.A., late 19th/early 20th c.
79 1/2” x 39 1/2” x 20”
$2,000–3,000
$800–1,200
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Lobed bodies below three ring necks, with
faceted stoppers, 19th c.
Unmarked
8 3/4” x 3 3/4” x 3 3/4”
$600–800
$1,000–1,500
70
71
72
ADRIAEN JANSZ VAN OSTADE
(Dutch, 1610-1685)
ITALIAN MAJOLICA TILE
GOTHIC STYLE IRON JEWELRY CASKET
Decorated with figures in an interior, Italy,
18th c.
Unmarked
15 1/4” x 21 1/4”
Cast with beaded border design, trefoil
inspired medallions and cast foliate clasps
and hinges, Continental
9 1/2” x 10 1/2” x 7”
$300–500
$400–600
Village Romance, ca. 1667
Etching (framed)
Signed in plate
6 1/8” x 5 3/8” (sheet)
$700–900
17
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73
74
77
78
ITALIAN RENAISSANCE STYLE MINIATURE CASSONE
CONTINENTAL GILT METAL MONSTRANCE
WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY INVALID’S TABLE
CONTINENTAL BRASS HANGING CLOCK
Carved with foliate scrolls, Italy, late 19th/early 20th c.
14” x 30” x 14”
Sunburst form, cast metal and jeweled frame surrounding receiver
with inset glass, flanked by three cast figures, on tapered stem
mounted to cast gilt metal base, probably Italian, 18th c.
21” x 13 1/2” x 6 1/2”
Adjustable top on columnar stand, England, 1835
29 1/2” x 35 3/4” x 18 1/4”
Polychrome decorated floral with enameled dial signed “Broyer a
Pont de Vaux”, late 19th/early 20th c.
17 1/2” x 12 1/2” x 7”
$400–600
$700–1,000
$500–700
$700–900
75
76
79
80
CONTINENTAL HARDWOOD CARVING
GEORGE II WALNUT TILT TOP TABLE
COLONIAL HARDWOOD TRESTLE TABLE
Depicting a draped figure wearing a crown, some traces of
original paint, particularly on face, Europe, 19th c.
21 1/4” x 7 1/4” x 4 1/2”
Dish top and cabriole legs on pad feet, England, mid 18th c.
26 1/4” x 23 1/4”
PAIR OF RENAISSANCE STYLE PATINATED METAL
MIRRORS
$500–800
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$600–900
In the manner of Oscar Bach, cobalt border and candle arms,
U.S.A, first quarter 20th c.
37 1/2” x 26 3/4”
19th/20th c.
29” x 92 1/2” x 33”
$700–1,000
$700–1,000
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81
82
PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE BRONZE AND MARBLE LAMPS
LOUIS XV STYLE BRONZE CARTEL CLOCK
Each with a gilt bronze cherub holding a bouquet of flowers atop
marble bases, France, 20th c.
42 1/2” x 15” x 10”
Eight day time and strike movement with patinated cherub and
birds, floral decoration, and star finial, France, 19th c.
27 1/2” x 14”
$800–1,200
$600–800
85
86
87
MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURE
MEISSEN SIX-ARM PORCELAIN WALL
SCONCE
MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURE
Painted pug with blue collar and gilt
painted bells, Germany, late 19th c.
Marked
9 1/2” x 5” x 8”
$800–1,200
Adorned with applied floral and vine
decoration surmounted by two putti, late
19th c.
Marked
24 1/2” x 26 1/2”
Painted black and white spaniel, Germany,
late 19th c.
Marked
5 3/4” x 5” x 3 1/2”
$500–700
$1,200–1,500
one of seven
83
84
LOUIS XV STYLE PAINTED SETTEE
ITALIAN ROCOCO PAINTED WORK TABLE
Padded back and seat on cabriole legs, France, 18th/19th c.
33 1/2” x 52” x 20”
Green foliate decoration with one drawer, Italy, 18th/19th c.
28 3/4” x 48 1/2” x 23 1/2”
$600–800
$800–1,200
one of four
88
89
90
MEISSEN PORCELAIN
MEISSEN PORCELAIN RABBIT
MEISSEN HANDPAINTED SOUP BOWLS
Seven: Two pierced rim plates with bird
decoration, one soup bowl with osier rim
and bird decoration, one soup bowl and
underplate with raised floral decoration
and courting scene at center, and two
floral scalloped edge plates, Germany,
19th/20th c.
All marked
Largest: 19 3/4” dia. (all pictured online)
Grey and white rabbit licking its paw,
late 19th c.
Marked
6 1/2” x 4” x 7”
Four: Centers decorated with various fruits
and vegetables, rim with gilt highlights,
birds and butterflies, Germany,
early 20th c.
Marked
9” (all pictured online)
$500–700
$500–700
$500–700
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91
93
ITALIAN BAROQUE WALNUT SECRETARY BOOKCASE
FRENCH BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
Mirrored doors opening to fitted interior above a slant front and
arrangement of drawers, Italy, 18th c.
98 3/4” x 43” x 22 1/2”
Classical maidens supporting spherical clock surmounted by a cherub.
Clock face marked “Graux-Marly Paris”, France, 19th c.
34 3/4” x 12 1/2” x 8 1/2”
$2,500–3,500
$5,000–7,000
92
94
ITALIAN ROCOCO WALNUT SETTEE
ITALIAN ROCOCO WALNUT COMMODE
Padded back and seat raised on cabriole legs, Italy, 18th/19th c.
44” x 57 1/2” x 22”
Serpentine outline with three drawers, Italy, 18th/19th c.
34” x 50” x 22”
$600–800
$4,000–6,000
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95
SWEDISH ROCOCO TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Grey marble top above three long drawers, Sweden, mid 18th c.
35” x 54” x 26”
$1,500–2,500
PROVINCIAL WALNUT CABINET
Arrangements of doors and drawers, France, 18th/19th c.
80” x 70” x 28”
$1,500–2,500
96
97
99
100
LOUIS XV STYLE FAUX PAINTED SIDE TABLE
LOUIS XV STYLE WALNUT CHAISE
PAIR OF RENAISSANCE STYLE WALNUT ARMCHAIRS
RENAISSANCE REVIVAL WALNUT HUMIDOR ON STAND
In the manner of Jansen, with cabriole legs, France, late 19th/early
20th c.
25 3/4” x 35 3/4” x 22 1/2”
Loose cushion seat upholstered with Scalamandre silk raised on
cabriole legs, early 20th c.
41” x 68” x 29”
Barley twist carved frames, Continental, late 19th/early 20th c.
42” x 24 1/2” x 27”
Marble and tin lined interior, probably Continental, early 20th c.
70 1/2” x 38” x 18”
$800–1,200
$700–1,000
$500–800
$700–1,000
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102
105
106
ENGLISH STERLING SILVER GROUP
SCOTTISH SILVER MOUNTED HORN SNUFF BOX
PAIR OF SCHWARZ & STEINER SILVER CANDELABRUM
ALFRED CLARK SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUG
Two pieces: Oval tray with lid, cut glass and sterling sugar castor,
England, 19th/20th c.
Each marked
Tray: 4 1/4” x 15” x 9 1/4”
Weighable: 28.1 OT
Silver dandelion decoration to lid, Scotland, silver band engraved
“Wm. MacCulloch Grandtully 1820”
3” x 3 1/2” x 1 1/2”
Five arm with chased foliate design on arms, classical repoussé
design on base, Austria, late 19th/early 20th c.
Marked .800 silver
17 3/4” x 8”
100 OT
Cockatoo form, England, 1881
Sterling silver mounts marked
13 1/2” x 4 1/2” x 8 1/2”
$300–500
$400–600
$2,500–3,500
PROVENANCE
Family of Frances Garner Iselin (1861-1890) wife of Oliver Iselin,
famous yachtsman and banker.
$3,000–5,000
103
104
AUSTRIAN STERLING SILVER FIGURAL COMPOTES
STERLING SILVER CENTERPIECE
Two pieces: One with figural standard of Bacchus on three raised
scrolling feet together with a larger example featuring a standard
of a classical figure on a three-tiered base, Austria, late 19th/early
20th c.
Each marked
Larger: 11 1/4” x 9 3/4” x 9 3/4”
37.7 OT
Two pieces: Stand and bowl
Both marked Sterling .925
16” x 14 1/2”, 74.3 OT
$700–900
$2,000–3,000
107
108
ANTOINE LAPPARRA POPPIES SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE
PAUL STORR STERLING SILVER TEAPOT
Eighty-seven monogrammed pieces, seven piece service for
twelve: (12) 8 1/2” dinner forks, (12) 7” luncheon forks, (12)
teaspoons, (12) soup spoons, (12) tablespoons, (12) 10” dinner
knives with bone handles (not marked), (12) 8 1/2” luncheon knives
with bone handles (not marked), soup ladle, serving spoon and
sugar tongs, France
.950 Minerva Mark, “Antoine Lapparra”
Ladle: 13 1/4”
Weighable: 123.5 OT
Classical S-scroll ebony handle and finial, above a sloping neck
and tapered cylindrical body, cast with acanthus and shell
decoration, circular foot, hinged lid, England, 1824
Marked
9” x 11” x 6 1/2”
34.8 OT
$4,000–6,000
$3,000–4,000
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109
110
RUSSIAN IMPERIAL LETTER OPENER
GUSTAV KLINGERT SILVER AND ENAMEL SPOON
Handle features green and white enamel with rose cut diamond
decoration, St. Petersburg, 20th c.
Marked
8 1/2”
Silver spoon with cloisonné enamel decoration, assayer Anatoliì
Apollonovich Artsibashev, Moscow, Russia, 1891
Marked
7 1/4”
2 OT
$1,500–2,000
$400–600
111 / NO LOT
112
113
114
14K GOLD EASEL FRAME
14K GOLD EASEL FRAME
PAIR OF MORITZ ELIMEYER GERMAN SILVER CANDELABRA
Engraved border, 20th c.
Marked 14K
3 3/4” x 3 3/4”
Monogrammed “LEJ” and dated 1919
Marked 14K
8” x 6 1/4”
$500–700
$600–800
Four lights, dome stepped base, baluster stem and scroll arms,
.800 silver, Germany, ca. 1900
Marked
20 1/2”
176 OT
$7,000–9,000
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29
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117
one of four
one of two
118
116
CHINESE VERMEIL LIDDED CHALICE
CHINESE EXPORT SILVER COVERED CENSOR
Adorned with hardstone and cloisonné floral design, accompanied
by a fabric covered case and fitted satin interior
5 1/2” x 3 1/2”
Etched dragon motif and figural dragon top handle with inlaid
jade side handles, China, 20th c.
8 3/4” x 7 1/2”
29.2OT total weight
$600–800
one of twelve
TOSHI YOSHIDA (Japanese, 1911-1995)
KAWASE HASUI (Japanese, 1883-1957)
ASIAN WORKS ON PAPER
Birds of the Seasons
Four woodcuts in color (all framed
separately)
Each marked
Each: 20 1/4” x 12 1/4” (sight)
(all pictured online)
Full Moon Over Magone and Moon at Ayashi
Two woodcuts in color (framed separately)
Both marked
Each: 14” x 9” (sight) (both pictured online)
YUNISADA III Triptych, wood covered book
with hand-colored images, GEORGES
BIGOT three etchings on paper and 8
single prints (all unframed), early 20th c.
Largest: 14 1/2” x 10” (sheet)
(all pictured online)
$600–800
$600–800
$600–800
115
119
$1,000–1,500
121
122
JAPANESE KATANA
JAPANESE KATANA
MIZUNO TOSHIKATA (1866-1908) Book of
approx. 57 woodblock prints, accompanied
by UTAGAWA YOSHIIKU (1833-1904) Two
works on paper (framed separately)
Largest: 14 1/4” x 10” (sheet)
(all pictured online)
Bronze tsuba, shagreen handle, Gunume
Midare hamon, o-kissaki, gimei, forged
blade, painted scabbard with bronze
mounts, Japan, mid 20th c.
27 1/2” blade
World War II NCO mounts, stamped blade,
signed. Housed in metal scabbard with
cloth sheath, Japan, mid 20th c.
27” blade
$1,000–1,500
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ASIAN WORKS ON PAPER
120
$600–800
31
$400–600
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123
124
128
STYLE OF YUAN JIANG (active ca. 1690-1746)
POLYCHROME SCROLL ON PAPER
CHINESE HARDWOOD SCREEN
Three Mountains on the Sea, 20th c.
Watercolor on silk (framed)
Spurious Imperial seals
33” x 70 1/4” (sight)
Depicting Xi Wangmu, Goddess of the West, along with an
attendant and deer, China, 18th c.
Signed
74 1/2” x 28 1/2”
Eight panel screen with
polychrome lacquer decoration,
dragon borders, China, 20th c.
96” x 144”
PROVENANCE
$2,000–4,000
$400–600
Frank Caro Gallery, New York, New York
$2,000–3,000
one of ten
127
one of eleven
one of six
125
126
CHINESE PAINTED SCROLL
CHINESE PAINTED SCROLLS
CHINESE PAINTED SCROLLS
CHINESE PAINTINGS
Watercolor landscape scene, China, 19th c.
110” x 26”
Ten: Monochromatic watercolor depicting
a horse, Signed, 56” x 31”, ox herder riding
ox, poppies and blackbirds, the four
seasons “Ching Dynasty”, Sehizan Hashi
mountain landscape, Zheng Xie “one of the
8 eccentrics of Yang Zhou”, and Zheng Xie
(all pictured online)
Eleven: immortals and animals, red and
white peonies, mountain landscape, “Wang
San Fisherman”, Wang Jian “4 Wangs” gilt
flecked landscape, red watercolor bamboo,
calligraphy on rice paper, and vignettes of
calligraphy, birds, and flowers.
(all pictured online)
Six: Watercolor on paper of catfish, watercolor on paper of
leopard cubs, painting on cloth of waterfall, painting on cloth of
evening winter landscape, painting on cloth of mountainside with
stream, and painting on cloth of a house along the water, China,
19th c.
(all pictured online)
$300–500
$300–500
$300–500
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130
CHINESE ROSEWOOD ARM CHAIR
Carved wood center panel, China, Republic period
40 1/2” x 24” x 21”
$500–700
$300–500
33
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131
132
133
137
138
139
CHINESE CORAL FIGURE
CHINESE DUAN INKSTONE
JADE MOUNTED HARDWOOD FRAME
CHINESE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES
CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES
Intricately carved female holding flower,
complete with filigree inlaid wood stand,
China, 19th/20th c.
Figure: 9 1/2” x 4”
Approximately 510 g
Stone carved with a flute playing oxherd
under the full moon, China, 18th/19th c.
17” x 10 1/4”
Three floral jade plaques and two carnelian
carvings of birds, China, 19th/20th c.
16 1/2” x 12 7/8”
CHINESE HARDSTONE, ETC.
SNUFF BOTTLES
$700–900
$400–600
Five: Two hardstone together with two
porcelain and one enameled example,
China, 19th c.
Tallest: 3 1/4”
Five bottles: Two yellow, two reversepainted together with one on affixed wood
stand, China
One signed
Tallest: 3 1/2” x 1 3/4”
Five bottles: Three porcelain, one carved
cinnabar together with one carved amber
example, China
One signed
Tallest: 3 3/4” x 2” x 1 1/2”
$400–600
$600–800
$500–700
$1,000–1,500
134
135
136
140
141
142
CARVED ROCK CRYSTAL QUAIL
CHINESE CARVED JADE LOHAN
GILT BRONZE BUCKLE
Carved mother quail with three chicks, on
carved wood base, 19th c.
Unmarked
Overall: 4 1/2” x 5 1/2” x 3 1/2”
Seated figure with raised hand on a carved
wood stand, China, 19th c.
Unmarked
Overall: 4 1/2” x 2 1/2” x 1 1/2”
Interlocking buckle cast with dragons,
18th c.
3 3/8” x 1 1/4”
CHINESE GLASS AND HARDSTONE
SNUFF BOTTLES
CHINESE REVERSE-PAINTED SNUFF
BOTTLES
CHINESE REVERSE-PAINTED SNUFF
BOTTLES
$300–500
Five bottles: Three brown glass examples
painted with landscapes and insects
together with two blue glass examples
painted with warriors on horseback, China
Three signed
Tallest: 3 3/4” x 2 3/4” x 1 1/2”
Three: Each inside-painted, one on carved
wood base, China
3” x 1 3/4” x 3/4”
$300–500
Four bottles: Three glass bottles together
with one carved hardstone example with
topaz lid, China
Tallest: 3 1/4” x 2 1/4” x 1”
$300–500
$500–700
$300–500
$500–700
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143
144
145
CHINESE HARDSTONE AND GLASS
SNUFF BOTTLES
CHINESE GLASS AND PORCELAIN
SNUFF BOTTLES
COCONUT AND PEWTER TEACUPS
Four bottles: Three hardstone together
with one hair crystal example, China
Tallest: 3 1/2” x 1 3/4” x 1”
Four: Two cameo glass examples, one
hand-painted with bathers and another,
China, early 20th c.
Three signed
Tallest: 3 1/4” x 1 1/2” x 1 1/2”
$600–800
$400–600
Ten: Pewter cup set inside coconut
exterior, carved with flowers and foliate,
18th/19th c.
Unmarked
1 1/2” x 2 1/2” x 2 1/2”
$300–500
146
147
148
CHINESE FOO DOGS BRONZE
MOUNTED PAPERWEIGHT
CHINESE JADE CUP WITH FIGURATIVE
HANDLE
CARVED HARDSTONE FOOTED BOWL
Three foo lion pups playing, cast in bronze,
China, 19th/20th c.
2” x 3 3/4” dia.
Diminutive incised jade cup with figurative
weasel handle, on carved wood base,
China, 19th c.
Unmarked
1 3/4” x 3 1/2” x 2”
$1,000–1,500
$600–900
Unadorned, accompanied by a carved
wood base, China, 19th/20th c.
Unmarked
Overall: 3 3/4” x 6”
$300–500
149
150
PAIR OF CHINESE WOOD PANELS
CHINESE HAND PAINTED PORCELAIN PLAQUE
Figural scenes with Greek key relief surrounded by gilt and
lacquered framing with butterfly decoration, Chinese, 19th c.
64 1/2” x 30”
Depicting a mountainous landscape, framed, China, 19th/20th c.
Signed
Plaque: 10 1/4” x 15 3/8”
$400–600
$500–700
151
152
PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN BOWLS
CHINESE JADEITE COVERED CENSERS
Hand painted with green, copper red, yellow and blue decoration,
gilt borders, China, late 19th c.
Both marked
2 3/4” x 5 1/2”
Two: Pierced dragon form covers, complete with fitted wood
stands, China
Taller: 6 3/4”
$1,000–1,500
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$800–1,200
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153
MONUMENTAL MING STYLE CLOISONNE CENSER
Floral decoration on turquoise ground supported by figural
elephant legs, China, early 20th c.
34” x 35”
$3,000–5,000
156
CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE
154
155
CHINESE HONGMU ALTAR TABLE
CHINESE EXPORT BLACK LACQUER DRESSING TABLE
Possibly huanghuali, China
34 1/2” x 61 1/2” x 18 1/2”
Hinged top opening to a mirror, with gilt details, China,
early 20th c.
Closed: 31 1/2” x 14 3/4” x 15”
$2,000–3,000
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Ovoid form with applied handles and repeating chrysanthemum
floral pattern, China, late 19th c.
Six character underglaze mark
17 1/4” x 13 1/2”
PROVENANCE
Property of a Palm Beach collection, purchased Shanghai, 1950s
$3,000–5,000
$700–900
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158
159
CHINESE JADE MOUNTED METAL BOX
CHINESE CORAL CARVING
CHINESE CARVINGS
Inset jade panel decorated with flower and
birds, metal exterior incised with scrolling
foliate and flowers, possibly paktong,
mahogany lined interior, on carved wood
base, China, 19th c.
Marked with six-character seal
Box: 2 1/4” x 7” x 3 1/2”
Sculpture of Guanyin with a peacock,
attached to a wooden base, China, 19th c.
7” x 3 1/2” x 2 3/4”
Approx. 175 g
Five: Two hardstone cicadas, dragon
carved belt buckle, reticulated yin-yang
plaque, double fish carving, China
Belt buckle: 1” x 2 1/4” dia.
$1,000–1,500
$300–500
$700–1,000
reverse
160
161
162
163
CHINESE SILK COURT COLLAR
CHINESE CINNABAR SEATED GUANYIN
CHINESE BRONZE BUDDHA
CHINESE SILK IMPERIAL ROBE
Qing period framed
57” x 21 1/2”
Carved figure in an ornate robe and
headdress, on a carved wood base, China,
ca. mid 20th c.
Marked
Overall: 13” x 7” x 5 1/2”
Seated in lotus position on pierced base
with foo dogs and figure, China,
19th/20th c.
Unmarked
15” x 9” x 6 1/2”
Kesi weave, most likely for a prince, with blue ground and a
five clawed long dragon, China, Guangxu 1875 - 1908
$300–500
$400–600
$700–900
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$8,000–12,000
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166
167
CHINESE POLYCHROME CERAMIC NODDERS
MEIJI BRONZE IN THE STYLE OF GENRYUSAI SEIYA
Three: Two standing, one kneeling, China, 19th c.
Tallest: approximately 12 1/2”
Water buffalo fighting two tigers, Japan, late 19th c.
Signed
9 1/4” x 18” x 7 1/2”
$600–800
164
165
CHINESE CLOISONNE AND WOOD RUYI
CHINESE GILT BRONZE BUDDHA
Inset with painted enamel and intricately carved vines on front,
interlocking manjis on reverse, with associated box, China,
circa 1900
3” x 21” x 6 1/2”
Seated figure with child, China, 17th/18th c.
8 1/2”
$800–1,200
$1,500–2,000
$300–500
168
PERSIAN SILVER MOUNTED JAMBIYA
Steel dagger with silver scabbard and leather belt,
late 19th/early 20th c.
17 3/4”
$300–500
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173
BALINESE/INDONESIAN SARONG
Cotton batik with gold leaf, Bali, 19th c.
36 1/2” x 80 1/2”
$400–600
174
INDONESIAN RITUAL CLOTH
169
170
CHINESE HARDSTONE AND BONE INLAID SCREEN
CHINESE SILK ROBE
Four cinnabar panels decorated with village scenes inlaid with
jade, bone, agate, mother of pearl, zitan and huanghuali, painted
floral decoration on back, China, 19th/20th c.
75 1/4” x 78” x 1 1/2”
Embroidered with birds, butterflies and flowers on a red ground,
China, 19th c.
41 1/4” x 62”
$1,000–1,500
Cotton, double ikat, Tenganan
Pageringsingan, Idonesia, c. 1930
23 1/2” x 80 1/2”
$300–500
$300–500
175
INDONESIAN WAIST WRAPPER
(SABUK)
Silk and silver ikat with supplemental
weave, Bali, Indonesia, ca. 1910
26” x 95”
$300–500
176
PORTUGESE FABRIC VALANCE
171
172
HARDWOOD TABLESCREEN AND WATERCOLOR
PAIR OF CHINESE STATUES
Wood frame with mother-of-pearl floral inlay and foo dog feet,
inset with mounted watercolor landscape under glass, China,
19th/20th c.
26 1/2” x 19” x 9”
Male and female figures consisting of intricately carved bone
tiles, each holding scepters, China
40” x 11” x 9 1/2”
$300–500
Silk floss embroidered on silk, Portugal,
18th c.
32 3/4” x 83”
$400–600
$400–600
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177
178
SOUTH SUMATRAN CEREMONIAL SKIRT
BORNEON TEXTILES
Silk and gold thread embroidery on silk and cotton, South
Sumatra, Indonesia, 19th c.
51” x 49 1/4”
Two pieces: Sleeping mat composed of plaited rattan, early 20th
c., and a ceremonial cloth composed of ikat cotton, late 19th c.,
Iban People, Borneo
Sleeping mat: 84 1/2” x 54” (both pictured online)
$600–800
$300–500
179
180
AFRICAN NDOP FABRIC PANEL
TURKISH FABRIC PANEL
Resist dyed indigo cloth with embroidered raffia, likely used as a
ceremonial cloth, possibly Bamileke People of Cameroon
88 1/2” x 57 1/2”
Gold metallic embroidery on silk, Turkey, 18th c.
64 1/4” x 56 1/2”
$250–350
one of two
182
183
INDONESIAN SARONGS
INDONESIAN CEREMONIAL HANGING
INDIAN VALANCE
Two pieces: one composed of silk and gold
ikat with supplementary weave, early 20th
c., another composed of hand-drawn batik
on cotton, ca. 1930-1950, Indonesia
Batik: 49” x 105” (both pictured online)
Gold on silk cloth, Indonesia, 20th c.
25 3/4” x 83 1/4”
Silver and gold embroidery on velvet, India,
late 18th c.
24” x 86 1/2”
181
$300–500
$300–500
$400–600
184–187 / NO LOT
188
189
190
SYRIAN GARMENT
BURMAN SARONG
INDIAN HEADCLOTH (ODHANI)
Silk and metallic gold, woven and
embroidered, Syria, 19th c.
56 1/4” x 59”
Silk interlocking tapestry weave, Burma/
Myanmar, early 20th c.
59 3/4” x 42”
Silk floss embroidery on silk taffeta,
Rajastan, India, 19th c.
61 1/2” x 86 1/2”
$300–500
$400–600
$400–600
$400–600
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191
192
193
197
198
199
INDIAN SHAWL (PHULKARI)
INDONESIAN SHOULDER CLOTH
(LIMAR)
MOROCCAN FABRIC PANEL
ERSARI AFGHAN RUG
ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE RUG
ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE RUG
Silk embroidery on linen, Morocco, 18th c.
38 1/2” x 88 1/4”
Afghanistan, second half 20th c.
134” x 106”
$400–600
$1,000–1,500
William Morris style, Pakistan,
Contemporary
142 1/2” x 107”
William Morris style, Pakistan,
Contemporary
130” x 95 1/2”
$1,000–1,500
$700–900
200
201
202
Silk embroidery on cotton, Punjab, India,
early 20th c.
60 1/2” x 110”
$400–600
Silk, gold ikat and supplementary weave,
Bangka Island, Indonesia, 19th c.
43” x 95”
$300–500
one of two
194
195
196
MOROCCAN FABRIC PANEL
INDIAN PRAYER MAT
IKAT CHAPANS
INDO-OUSHAK CARPET
CHINESE CARPET
CHINESE CARPET
Silk embroidery on silk damask, Morocco,
late 19th c.
30 3/4” x 81 1/4”
Silk and metallic threads on quilted cotton,
India, early 19th c.
54 1/2” x 38”
India, Contemporary
119” x 97”
China, second half 20th c.
108” x 72”
China, second half 20th c.
195” x 119”
$600–800
$250–350
Two: One with pink and yellow Ikat, the
other green with orange details, silk and
cotton, Afghanistan/Uzbekistan, 20th c.
Both: 66 1/2” x 53” (framed)
(both pictured online)
$700–1,000
$500–700
$1,000–2,000
$600–800
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203
204
205
206
207
BAKOTA RELIQUARY
BAKOTA RELIQUARY
WALL HANGING
NEW GUINEA ASMAT FIGHTING SHIELDS
VANUATU SPIRIT TOTEM
BAKOTA RELIQUARY
Hammered brass and copper
sheets over wood form, 20th c.
18 1/2” x 8”
Two: One with plant fiber tassels, both decorated with natural
pigments, warrior head finials and with reverse hand pieces, New
Guinea, mid 20th c.
Taller: 76 1/2”
Black fernwood, early 20th c.
72”
Hammered brass and copper sheets over wood form on wooden
plinth, 20th c.
25 3/4” x 11 1/2”
$800–1,200
$400–600
Hammered brass and
verdigris copper sheets over
wood form on wooden plinth,
20th c.
24 1/2” x 10”
$800–1,200
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$3,000–5,000
$7,000–9,000
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209
212
213
JEAN SALABET (French, b. 1900)
JEAN SALABET (French, b. 1900)
ATTILIO PRATELLA (Italian, 1856-1949)
PETRUS VAN SCHENDEL (Belgian, 1806-1870)
Two untitled Parisian street scenes
Oils on canvas (framed separately)
Both signed and dated 1944 and 1954
Each: 10 3/4” x 14” (both pictured online)
Untitled Parisian street scene
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
18 1/2” x 21 1/2”
Untitled (street market)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
19 1/2” x 11 1/2”
Untitled (night boating scene)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
13 3/4” x 19”
$1,200–1,800
$800–1,200
$1,000–1,500
$7,000–10,000
210
211
214
215
VITTORIO GUACCIMANNI (Italian, 1859-1938)
MAX NONNENBRUCH (German, 1857-1922)
EDOUARD JOSEPH GOERG (French, 1893-1969)
JAKOB ROEDLER (Austrian, 1803-1862)
Untitled (portrait of reclining woman), 1890
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed recto and verso, dated on verso
23 3/4” x 39”
Madchen unter einem Apfelbaum
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
28” x 18”
Untitled (Paris street scene)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed to verso
21” x 32”
Untitled (Viennese scene), 1854
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed and dated
15” x 18 3/4”
PROVENANCE
$3,000–5,000
$1,000–1,500
$800–1,200
208
Collection of Hope Montgomery Scott, Villanova, PA
$1,000–1,500
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217
220
221
CARLO CANEVARI (Italian, 1922-1996)
CARLO CANEVARI (Italian, 1922-1996)
CARLO CANEVARI (Italian, 1922-1996)
CARLO CANEVARI (Italian, 1922-1996)
Untitled (priests playing a game)
Oil on board (framed)
Signed
8” x 13 1/2”
Untitled (nun and priest with a boy)
Oil on board (framed)
Signed
13 1/2” x 7 3/4”
Untitled (two nuns with a boy)
Oil on board (framed)
Signed
12 3/8” x 8”
Untitled (two acrobats and a boy)
Oil on board (framed)
Signed
10 1/2” x 8 1/2” (sight)
$600–800
$600–800
$600–800
$600–800
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CARLO CANEVARI (Italian, 1922-1996)
CARLO CANEVARI (Italian, 1922-1996)
CARLO CANEVARI (Italian, 1922-1996)
CARLO CANEVARI (Italian, 1922-1996)
Untitled (clown and his horse)
Oil on board (framed)
Signed
7” x 10 1/4” (sight)
Untitled (priests in the kitchen)
Oil on board (framed)
Signed
11 7/8” x 11”
Untitled (two boys admiring a girl)
Oil on board (framed)
Signed
13 1/4” x 7 1/2”
Untitled (two nuns followed by a priest)
Oil on board (framed)
Signed
8” x 13 1/2”
$600–800
$600–800
$600–800
$600–800
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228
229
ALFRED BIRDSEY (British, 1912-1996)
PAINTING OF A DISTINGUINSHED GENTLEMAN
HENRY ALKEN (British, 1810-1894)
GEORGE WRIGHT (British, 1860-1942)
Four untitled Bermuda town scenes
Watercolors on paper (framed)
Each signed
Each: 12 1/4” x 19” (sight) (both pictured online)
Watercolor miniature under glass in period mahogany frame,
probably England, early 19th c.
4 1/2” x 3 3/4” (sight)
After the Kill
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
9 3/4” x 13 3/4”
Full Cry
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed to recto, titled to gallery label on verso
16 1/2” x 26 3/4”
$600–800
$2,000–4,000
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$500–700
one of eleven
$400–600
one of two
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230
ELEVEN SILHOUETTES
FULL LENGTH SILHOUETTE
WILLIAM SAMUEL HOWITT (British, 1765-1822)
18TH/19TH C. SPORTING SCENE
Six in period birds eye maple frames, four in period ebonized
frames, one in gilded frame, U.S.A. and England, circa 1830-1840
Largest: 4 1/2” x 3 1/2” (sight) (all pictured online)
Interior scene of a man and seated woman, period wood frame
with wood backing, U.S.A. or England, circa 1840
13 3/4” x 11 1/2”
$600–800
$600–800
Two paintings titled The Pheasant Shoot
Oils on board (framed separately)
Both titled to plaque on frame, label to verso
Each: 10 1/4” x 14 1/2” (both pictured online)
On the Point
Oil on canvas (framed)
Unmarked
25 3/8” x 30”
$1,000–1,500
$2,000–3,000
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234
JOHN GERRARD KEULEMANS
(Dutch, 1842-1912)
MAX SAVY
(French, 1918-2010)
LOUIS ICART
(French, 1880-1950)
Pair of owl portraits
Ink on paper (framed separately)
Both signed
14 1/2” x 12” (sheet, each)
(both pictured online)
Paysage Chaud
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed to recto, titled to verso
21 3/4” x 18”
Faust
Etching and aquatint, 282/500, with
artist’s blindstamp in lower left margin, Les
Graveurs Modernes, Paris, pub., 1928
Signed
20 1/2” x 13”
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
$500–700
$800–1,200
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$800–1,000
235
$700–900
one of two
19TH C. CONTINENTAL MASQUERADE
PORTRAIT
One depicting an interior scene with a
young girl and elderly man, the other
depicting two young boys and a dog eating
outdoors, Europe, 19th c.
Unsigned
Each: 9 1/2” x 8” (both pictured online)
Oil on canvas of young woman holding
mask (framed)
26 1/2” x 20”
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CHARLES LOUIS AUGUST COUSIN (French, 1807-1887)
FRANCESCO ARATA (Italian, 1890-1956)
Venetian Fishing Boat
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
21” x 23”
Untitled (still life with three fish), 1954
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed and dated
19 3/4” x 23 1/2”
PROVENANCE
$1,000–1,500
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PAIR OF DECORATIVE ALLEGORIAL
PAINTINGS
$500–700
237
$1,000–1,500
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240
ITZCHAK TARKAY (Israeli, 1935-2012)
ITZCHAK TARKAY (Israeli, 1935-2012)
New Spaces, 2008
Watercolor and mixed media on paper (framed)
Signed
11 1/4” x 11 1/4” (sight)
A Peaceful Moment, 2005
Watercolor and mixed media on paper (framed)
Signed
13” x 9 3/4” (sight)
$800–1,200
$1,000–1,500
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242
245
246
19TH C. CONTINENTAL PAINTING
JULIUS O. de MONTALANT (American, 1823-1878)
SCHOOL OF PETER PAUL RUBENS
BARTHOLOMEUS VAN DER HELST (Dutch,1613-1670) (Attr.)
Child with a Rosebud, 1879
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed “G.A. Flach” and dated, plaque with title to frame
30” x 25”
Untitled (Capriccio landscape), 1867
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed and dated
30” x 49”
The Brazen Serpent, Italy, 18th c.
Oil on copper
32 1/4” x 23 3/4”
Oil on canvas portrait of a gentleman with white collar and black
hat (framed)
20 1/2” x 16”
$600–800
$1,500–2,500
$700–900
$4,000–6,000
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243
244
19TH C. CONTINENTAL PORTRAIT
19TH C. CONTINENTAL PORTRAIT
Untitled (child with sheep) from original by Bartolome Estaban
Murillo’s The Good Shepherd
Oil on canvas (framed)
Unmarked
40 1/4” x 33 3/4”
Untitled (child with dogs), 1861
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed “Moser” and dated
30” x 24”
$400–600
$300–400
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IN THE STYLE OF GIOVANNI LEGA (Italian, 19TH C.)
Untitled (youth with mandolin)
Oil on panel (tondo)
Inscribed on reverse: Gio Lega
Ornate pierced wood and plaster frame
10 1/2” x 9 1/4”
Note: This work of art is nearly identical in subject to a Giovanni
Lega painting sold by Christie’s, New York, April 5, 2011, lot 93.
$800–1,200
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249
CIRCLE OF JAN DIRKSZ BOTH (Dutch, 1615/18-1652)
CIRCLE OF CORNELIS CORNELISZ VAN HAARLEM (Flemish 1562-1638)
Landscape
Oil on canvas (framed)
Unmarked
26” x 34 1/4”
Venus, Cupid and Ceres, 16th/17th c.
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed and dated illegibly
38” x 43”
EXHIBITION HISTORY
$12,000–18,000
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1892-1893, lent by Mrs. Daniel N. Spooner
$6,000–10,000
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251
254
255
CONTINENTAL IRON LECTERN/BOOK STAND
QUEEN ANNE STYLE GILDED MIRROR
PAIR OF GEORGE III WALNUT FRETWORK MIRRORS
THREE PIECE FURNITURE GROUPING
Pierced slant front with double-headed eagle upon cylindrical
stem with cast acanthus nodes, on four scrolled feet, probably
German or Austrian, late 19th c.
61” x 15” x 16”
Gilded frame, carved shell decoration, England, 19th c.
52” x 26”
Brass candle holders, phoenix bird decoration, England
30” x 15”
$300–500
$400–600
Queen Anne dressing mirror together with two tray top tables,
mirror is walnut with three drawers
Dressing mirror: 30” x 22 1/2” x 9”
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253
256
257
PENNSYLVANIA WALNUT TAVERN TABLE
SET OF FOUR DUTCH BAROQUE STYLE SIDE CHAIRS
PAIR OF GEORGE II WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS
ANGLO-INDIAN HARDWOOD SETTEE
Stretcher base, U.S.A., 18th/19th c.
29” x 60” x 31 1/2”
Each upholstered with painted and embossed leather,
Netherlands, late 19th/early 20th c.
41” x 21” x 17 1/2”
Each with a vasiform splat and cabriole legs on pad feet, England,
mid 18th c.
38 1/4” x 20 1/2” x 18 1/2”
Hardwood frame with cane seat and back, loose cushion, India,
19th c.
36 1/2” x 78 1/2” x 24 1/2”
$1,000–1,500
$700–1,000
$700–900
$500–700
$700–900
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$300–500
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one of six
259
FIVE ENGLISH SAMPLERS AND ONE EMBROIDERY
PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE PARCEL GILT MIRRORS
Two with visible dates, 1812 and 1830, various scenes, silk
embroidery still life signed Mary Piper, all framed, early 19th c.
Largest: 17” x 13” (sight) (all pictured online)
Each with ho ho bird finials, 20th c.
45 3/4” x 22 3/4”
$700–1,000
$800–1,200
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261
262
FEDERAL WALNUT CORNER CUPBOARD
ASSEMBLED PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE STYLE WING CHAIRS
PAIR OF CIVIL WAR CARVED PINE EAGLES
Glazed door above a pair of covered doors, U.S.A., second half
19th c.
87” x 60” x 29”
Each with an enclosed back rest on cabriole legs, 20th c.
Larger: 42” x 31” x 27”
Resting on ball, U.S.A., ca. 1860
43” x 34” x 12”
Similar single gilded example, Rago Great Estates,
April 17, 2015, lot 1603
$700–1,000
$1,000–1,500
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$7,000–10,000
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one of three
GERMAN BOTANICAL PRINTS
Three etchings with hand-coloring
depicting a sunflower, poppy and daisy,
with printed German and Latin text, under
hand-painted French mats, German,
17th/18th c.
Unsigned
Each (sight): 12 1/2” x 8”
(all pictured online)
one of two
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264
LOUIS XVI STYLE SINGLE LIGHT
SCONCE
BASIL BESLER (German, 1561-1629)
Gilt bronze with folate and scroll
decoration and molded glass flame shade,
electrified, 20th c.
27” x 9 3/4”
$800–1,200
$300–400
Bellis maior, Chrysanthemum Creticum
luteum, Chrysanthemum mixtum and
Ranunculus Illyricus, Ranunculus
Hortensisflore Pleno, Anemone Sylvestris
Flore Albo from Hortus Eystettensis
Two hand-colored copper engravings
(framed separately)
Each: 19” x 15 3/4” (sight)
(both pictured online)
$700–900
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FLEMISH TAPESTRY PANEL
Featuring a village processional with flock of sheep, Belgium, 17th c.
120” x 120”
$12,000–18,000
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266
PAIR OF ITALIAN WHITE MARBLE CAPRICORN GOATS
PAIR OF VENETIAN STYLE PAINTED BLACKAMOOR
FIGURES
Italy, 20th c.
23” x 30”
$800–1,200
Carved wood, each holding a fruit basket standing on a rocky
outcrop, Continental, 20th c.
76”
$700–900
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269
GEORG SCHMAUSS STEEL RELIEF PLATE
CLASSICAL BRONZE
OF NIKE
Cast with Ferdinand II on horseback at center bordered by various
mounted emperors of the House of Habsburg including Albert II,
Rudolph I, Mathias I, etc., Nuremburg, Germany, 17th c.
Marked
7 1/2” dia.
$500–800
Goddess of Victory
with heavy patina on
composite cube stand,
European, 20th c.
25 1/4” x 13” x 9”
$700–1,000
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273
GILTWOOD BULL’S EYE MIRROR
PAIR BANNISTER BACK SIDE CHAIRS
Arched mirror decorated with ebonized spheres, U.S.A.,
19th/20th c.
24”
49 1/4” x 17” x 14 1/2”
$500–800
$700–1,000
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271
ENGLISH FRUITWOOD APPLE FORM TEA CADDY
GEORGE III SILVER DIAL MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK
Segmented, hinged lid, and foil lining, England, 18th/19th c.
5 1/2” x 5 1/4”
Mahogany case surmounted by a brass handle with fish scale
frets on either side, brass dial with strike/silent regulation flanked
by gilt bronze floral spandrels, verge escapement strikes and
repeats on a bell, London, ca. 1790
Dial signed: James McCabe
17 1/2” x 11” x 5 1/4”
$800–1,200
PROVENANCE
Derek Roberts Fine Antique Clocks and Barometers, Kent, England
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2006
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275
NEW ENGLAND FRUITWOOD HUTCH TABLE
TWO PRIMITIVE CORNER CHAIRS
Round top pinned to base, U.S.A., early 19th c.
27 1/2” x 47”
19th c.
Larger: 37” x 27” x 23”
$300–500
$800–1,200
$2,000–3,000
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276
277
RENAISSANCE REVIVAL OAK BOOKCASE CABINET
PAIR OF LOUIS IX STYLE BEECHWOOD FAUTEUILS
Carved with strap work and trophies, France, early 20th c.
103” x 57” x 22 1/2”
Each with a cane back and seat on cabriole legs, France, late
19th/early 20th c.
37” x 23” x 19”
$1,500–2,500
one of five
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281
HENRY ALKEN (British, 1810-1894)
LEON DANCHIN (French 1887-1938)
CURRIER & IVES (American, 1857-1907)
Going Out of Kennel, Coursers Tying Up Their
Dogs, Fearful of Spoiling Sport, Finding (In
a Bog), and The Death and Treeing from
original drawings by W. P. Hodges
Engravings in color (framed separately)
Published by Thos. McLean, London
15” x 22” (sight, each) (all pictured online)
English Setter and Duck, Ducks in Marsh,
English Setters in the Field, along with two
others
Five colored etchings on BFK Rives
ca. 1930s (unframed)
Each pencil signed in the lower margin
Each: 22” x 30” (sheet) (all pictured online)
American Winter Scene, Evening,
late 19th c.
Lithograph with hand coloring (framed)
Published by Nathaniel Currier
18” x 24 1/4” (sight)
$300–500
$500–700
$600–800
$600–800
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one of two
TWO CURRIER & IVES PRINTS
278
PROVINCIAL OAK WELSH DRESSER BASE
Three paneled drawers on turned legs, England, 18th/19th c.
34” x 81 1/2” x 20”
$1,000–1,500
Lake Memphremagog and The Hudson at
Peekskill
Two etchings with hand coloring (framed
separately)
Both published by Currier & Ives
Each: 9 3/4” x 13 3/4” (sight)
(both pictured online)
$400–600
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one of five
FIVE 19TH/20TH C. HUNT SCENE
PRINTS
Pheasant Shooting I, Pheasant Shooting
II, Death of the Roebuck, Chase of the
Roebuck and Untitled (hunt coming over a
hill)
Each published in London
Largest: 15 1/4” x 22” (sight)
(all pictured online)
$300–500
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285
288
289
ITALIAN MARBLE RELIEF OF A GIRL
CAST STONE FIGURE OF A NYMPH
SET OF FOUR GEORGE I STYLE WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS
POLYCHROME PAINTED PINE SEA CHEST
Relief sculpture depicting a young girl in profile, Italy, late 19th c.
Unmarked
19” x 16” x 4”
Standing figure supported by a griffin, U.S.A., early 20th c.
46 1/2”
Each with a padded drop in seat on cabriole legs, 20th c.
39” x 21” x 18”
Rope handles with interior compartments, Continental
19” x 44 1/4” x 18 1/2”
$300–500
$600–800
$200–400
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287
290
291
ITALIAN ROCOCO STYLE PAINTED AND PARCEL GILT CHAIR
ASSEMBLED SET OF ENGLISH OAK AND ELM SIDE CHAIRS
LOUIS XV STYLE PAINTED CHAISE
WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE WINDOW BENCH
Loose cushion on cabriole legs, in two pieces, 20th c.
32” x 62” x 25”
Seven: Each with a plank seat, England, 18th and 19th c.
Largest: 40 1/2” x 18” x 16”
Walnut with turned stretcher base, England, 18th c.
18” x 42” x 17”
$600–800
$500–800
Padded with loose cushion and upholstered with Scalamandre silk
on cabriole legs, 20th c.
36” x 70” x 29”
$300–500
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$700–1,000
$300–500
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295
FOLK ART ROCKING SWAN
CAROUSEL PIG
Late 19th/early 20th c.
39” x 59”
Style of Gustav A. Dentzel Carousel
Co. painted wood, U.S.A., 20th c.
57” x 49”
$400–600
$2,000–3,000
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294
296
FOLK ART RAM
CAROUSEL ROOSTER
COCA-COLA TRADEMARK CAROUSEL HORSE
21” x 25 1/2”
Style of Robert Fox, painted wood, U.S.A., 20th c.
46 1/2” x 43”
Painted metal, 51” x 58”
$250–450
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$400–600
$300–500
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298
299
LIONEL POST-WAR 671 ENGINE AND
PRE-WAR CARS
LIONEL POST-WAR TURBINE, ENGINE
AND CARS
LIONEL PRE-WAR ENGINES AND
LATER ACCESSORIES
Seven pieces: Engine (671), tender (type
RU), boxcar (2954), two tank cars (2955),
coal car (2956) and caboose (2957), five
cars with original boxes, O-gauge, U.S.A.,
Engine and tender are early post-war,
associated cars are pre-war
Engine: 3 1/2” x 11” x 2 1/2”
Fourteen pieces: Including B & A Hudson
engine and tender, Pennsylvania S-2 6-8-6
turbine, Pennsylvania boxcar, Baltimore
& Ohio hopper car, Pennsylvania N-8
caboose, New York Central caboose along
with eight additional cars, all with original
boxes, U.S.A., late 1980s/early 1990s
Turbine, in box: 34” x 7 1/2” x 6”
Fourteen pieces: Including engine (226E)
with tender (2226WX), engine (8976)
with tender (2213B) along with seven
associated cars and three switch boxes,
some O-gauge, U.S.A., Engines and tenders
late 1930s/early 1940s
Engine (8976): 3 3/4” x 10 1/2” x 3”
$1,000–1,500
$600–800
$600–800
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MARCEL BOURAINE (French, 1886-1948)
300
301
302
LIONEL PRE-WAR 763-E LOCOMOTIVE
AND ASSORTED CARS
LIONEL GIRL’S TRAIN SET
LIONEL PRE-WAR 5344 LOCOMOTIVE
AND TENDER
Six pieces: Engine (763-E), tender (763E), shell tanker (2815, with original box),
boxcar (2814), gondola (2812) and caboose
(2817), O-gauge, U.S.A., 1930s
Engine and tender: 3 3/4” x 22” x 3”
$600–800
Seven pieces: Engine (2037), hopper
(643657), canister car (6462), box car
(6464515), box car (6464510) and caboose
(576427), U.S.A., ca. 1957
Engine: 3 1/2” x 10 1/2” x 2 1/2”
$300–500
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Penthesilea Queen of the Amazons
Bronze sculpture
Incised “BOURAINE/ SUSSE FRES EDTS PARIS/ CIRE PERDUE”
31” x 8 1/4” x 21 1/4”
$10,000–15,000
Three pieces: Super detail Hudson type
4-6-4, class J-IE, with original display
board, U.S.A., ca. 1930s
Overall, including display board:
5” x 28” x 4”
$600–800
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307
308
ARY JEAN LEON BITTER (French, 1883-1973)
BRUNO ZACH (Ukrainian/Austrian, 1891-1935)
HENRI HONORE PLE (French, 1853-1922)
Chloe, Reclining Nude
Bronze
Signed with foundry mark
13” x 34” x 7 3/4”
Untitled, Art Deco sculpture of a female nude in a draped coat,
garter belt, and shoes on Portoro marble base, Austria,
wearly 20th c.
Silvered bronze
Signed and marked Argentor Vienna
Overall: 17 1/2” x 5 1/4” x 4”
Untitled sculpture (father and son)
Silvered bronze
Signed
26 1/2” x 13” x 12”
$1,000–1,500
$800–1,200
$2,500–3,500
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306
309
310
CLARA HILL (American, 1870-1935)
BRUNO ZACH (Ukrainian/Austrian, 1891-1935)
PAUL PHILIPPE (French, 1870-1930)
NEWEL POST FIGURAL LAMP
Art Nouveau bronze figural nude female candlestick, U.S.A.,
20th c.
Signed, marked Roman Bronze Wks N.Y. 1901
10” x 4” x 3 1/2”
Untitled, sculpture of a ballerina on marble base, Austria, early
20th c.
Bronze
Signed
Overall: 6 3/4” x 1 1/2” x 1 1/2”
La Reveil/The Awakening, sculpture of a nude woman with arms
raised, atop marble base, France, early 20th c.
Gilt bronze
Base signed P. Philippe
15 1/4” x 4” x 4”
Female holding an arched branch consisting of four lights with
rose shades, on wood base, France, ca. 1900
44 1/4”
$400–600
$1,000–1,500
$700–900
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$600–900
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ALFREDO BIAGINI (Italian, 1886-1952)
La Faunessa, 1928
Bronze
Signed and dated with foundry mark
15” x 20 1/2” x 7”
$1,000–1,500
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312
313
AFTER GEORGES GARDET
(French, 1863-1939)
JEAN-BAPTISTE CARPEAUX
(French, 1827-1875)
CARL KAUBA
(Austrian, 1865-1922)
Bronze seated bear on circular green
marble base, 20th c.
impressed “G. Gardet” on side
13 1/2” x 8”
Genie De La Danse
Bronze bust of an exultant male, from the
figural group of the façade of the Paris
Opera, France, late 19th c.
Signed
17 1/2” x 11” x 8”
Half-length sculpture of Mozart, Austria,
late 19th/early 20th c.
Bronze
Signed
7 3/4” x 3” x 4 1/2”
$400–600
$2,000–3,000
$700–900
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315
316
AFTER CARL KAUBA
(Austrian, 1865-1922)
AUGUSTE MOREAU
(French, 1834-1917)
BUST OF MINERVA
Bronze sculpture of tethered horse,
Europe, 20th c.
16 1/2” x 17” x 6”
Untitled, sculpture of a nude boy holding
a jug with the face of a satyr, on marble
base, France, late 19th/early 20th c.
Patinated white metal
Signed
21” x 8 3/4” x 7 1/2”
$500–700
$500–700
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Wearing a cape, breastplate, and a helmet
surmounted by a sphinx, Continental, late
19th/early 20th c.
Bronze
Unsigned
12 1/2” x 7” x 6”
$700–900
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319
FRANCOIS JOUFFROY (French, 1806-1882)
EMMANUEL FREMIET (French, 1824-1910)
Three Putti
Bronze sculpture
Signed and inscribed with foundry name
15 1/2” x 11” dia.
Untitled, bronze sculpture of Saint Michael defeating a dragon
bearing the face of Satan, France, late 19th/early 20th c.
Signed
23 1/4” x 13” x 7 1/2”
$800–1,200
$2,500–3,500
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321
324
325
JEAN ANTOINE INJALBERT (French, 1845-1933)
GUILLAUME DENIERE (French, 1815-1903)
EUGENE LAURENT (French, 1832-1898)
JOSEPH KISELEWSKI (American 1901-1986)
Untitled, sculpture of a running youth in mid-stride, France, early
20th c.
Bronze
Signed and marked with LNJL Paris foundry
12 1/2” x 7” x 11 1/2”
Courtship/Romeo & Juliet
Gilt bronze
19th c.
Signed
22 1/2”
Orestes at the altar of Athena upon a marble base, France, 19th c.
Gilt bronze
23” x 16” x 7 1/2”
Sculpture of a seated nude, 20th c.
Bronze
Signed and stamped with foundry mark
20” x 18 1/2” x 13 1/2”
$1,000–1,500
$1,500–2,500
322
323
326
326a
SCULPTURE OF A WOMAN
ART NOUVEAU NUDE FEMALE BUST
ERNST WENCK (German 1865-1929)
JULIEN CAUSSE (French, 1869-1914)
Photine
Inscription reads “Mon bien aime je tai sans te trouver - Et je te
trouve et c’est le soir - Mais quel bonheur - il ne fair pas - Touta
fair noir - Mes yeux encore pourront te voir...”, France,
late 19th/early 20th c.
Bronze
Signed A. Fery
18 1/2” x 7” x 5”
Untitled, patinated white metal sculpture atop pedestal,
Continental, late 19th c.
Signed Ernest Sperlaken
25” x 14” x 12”
Pax, Goddess of Peace
Bronze on marble base
Signed
30 1/2” x 10” x 11”
Untitled, bronze sculpture of a female figure with trumpet,
France, late 19th/early 20th c.
Signed
25” x 11 1/2” x 12”
$1,200–1,800
$1,000–1,500
$1,500–2,000
$700–900
$1,200–1,800
$1,000–1,500
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328
EMMANUEL VILLANIS (French, 1858-1914)
EDWARD BERGE (American, 1876-1924)
Diane, bronze bust of a nude female, France,
late 19th/early 20th c.
Signed
22 1/2” x 12” x 9 1/2”
Frog Baby, bronze sculpture of a young boy with three frogs
gathered at his feet, U.S.A., 20th c.
Signed E. Berge and marked Roman Bronze Works NY
17 1/2” x 6” x 5 1/2”
$1,500–2,000
$2,000–3,000
329
330
331
332
MADELEINE PARK (American 1891-1960)
NAPOLEONIC FIGURAL LAMP BY L.
SALESIO
CLARA HILL (American, 1870-1935)
VASILY GRACHEV (Russian, 1831-1905)
Et L’Isle D’Elba, Le Rêve
White metal lamp depicting Napoleon and
his soldiers, France, early 20th c.
Signed and titled
16”
Untitled, sculpture of a female nude with
Pegasus, U.S.A., early 20th c.
Bronze
Signed and marked Roman Bronze works
NY
10 1/4” x 7 1/4” x 8 1/2”
The Milepost
Bronze, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1877
Signed in Cyrillic with foundry mark
11 1/2” x 17” x 13”
$800–1,200
$800–1,200
Tato (Pekinese), 1933
Bronze
Signed and stamped with foundry mark
8 1/2” x 11” x 4 1/2”
$800–1,200
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$4,000–6,000
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333
ART DECO BRONZE FIGURE OF ATLAS
Probably U.S.A., 20th c.
59 1/2”
$3,000–5,000
334
LOUIS XVI STYLE KINGWOOD BOOKCASE
Gilt bronze mounted with arched bonnet above two glazed doors
cast with foliate scrolls above an acanthus carved mask, France,
ca. 1890
Some mounts signed Henri Picard
114” x 62” x 19 1/4”
$7,000–10,000
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one of two
340
335
336
339
GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOOKCASE
GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY BAGATELLE TABLE
LUIGI ROSSINI (Italian, 1790-1857)
LOUIS XVI STYLE PAINTED PARCEL GILT CANOPY BED
Pair of glazed doors above an arrangement of drawers, England,
18th/19th c.
96 1/2” x 55” x 24 1/2”
England, late 19th/early 20th c.
Closed: 21” x 45 1/4” x 21”
Two engravings: Veduta della parte posteriore degl’ avanzi del Foro
di Nerva da altri Erario publico and Rovina della gran Basilica di S.
Paolo fuori le mura accaduta li’15. Luglio 1823…, Italy, 1823
Each signed in plate at lower left corner
Each: 18” x 25 1/4” (both pictured online)
Complete with canopy, mattress, and boxspring (not
photographed), U.S.A., Early 20th c.
40” x 80” x 42”
$1,200–1,800
$1,000–1,500
$600–800
$300–500
337
338
341
342
SIX GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS
ENGLISH MAHOGANY TRIPLE PEDESTAL DINING TABLE
NEOCLASSICAL STYLE MIRRORED CHEST OF DRAWERS
PAIR OF LOUIS PHILIPPE MAHOGANY FAUTEUILS
Each with a drop in seat and square legs, England, 18th/19th c.
38” x 19 3/4” x 18 1/2”
With two leaves, England, 20th c.
29” x 100” x 48”
Giltwood framing in the style of Jansen, 20th c.
34” x 43” x 20 1/2”
$600–900
$1,000–2,000
$1,500–2,500
Each with a padded back and seat on square tapered legs, France,
ca. 1850
35” x 22 1/2” x 19”
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$600–800
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343
344
347
348
ENGLISH OAK LINEN PRESS
FOUR FIGURAL FANTASY OAK ARMCHAIRS
GEORGE III SHERATON STYLE TRIPLE BACK SETTEE
Cupboard doors above an arrangement of drawers, England, late
19th/early 20th c.
79” x 48 1/2” x 22 1/4”
Each carved with a torso on backrest, probably England, early
20th c.
40 1/2” x 24” x 22”
ENGLISH LEATHER BOUND
FOLDING LIBRARY LADDER
$600–800
PROVENANCE
Property of a private collection
England, 20th c.
80” x 12”
$800–1,200
Mahogany, England, 19th c.
32” x 51” x 20”
$500–700
$1,000–1,500
345
346
349
350
CLASSICAL MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TABLE
ENGLISH BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY CAMPAIGN CHEST
ENGLISH VICTORIAN CANTERBURY
GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK
Carved stretcher base, American, ca. 1820-30.
30” x 22” x 15”
In two parts with arrangement of drawers, England, 19th c.
38 1/2” x 41” x 17 1/2”
Mahogany, eight compartments and one drawer, England,
mid 19th c., 20 1/2” x 22” x 18”
$600–800
$600–800
$400–600
Leather inset top above banks of drawers opposed by covered
doors, England, early 20th c.
30 1/2” x 60” x 36”
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$700–1,000
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352
SET OF LATE REGENCY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS
VICTORIAN WALNUT GAMES/SEWING TABLE
Seven: One armchair, each with a padded seat, on round tapered
legs, ca. 1820
33 1/2” x 19” x 18 1/2” (all pictured online)
Fold over top with gaming surface above a slide out sewing
basket, England, ca. 1880
Closed: 29” x 24” x 16 1/2”
$400–600
$800–1,200
one of four
356
357
19TH C. NAUTICAL ETCHINGS
GEORGE III DRUM TABLE
Four works: Mischief and Atlantic, 1881,
numbered 6/150 (s), Ranger, 1937,
numbered 6/150 (s), Shamrock and
Colombia, 1899, numbered 6/150 (s) and
Marblehead Cat, 1886, numbered 39/100
Etchings with hand coloring (all framed
separately)
Each signed “M. Whitcombe”, titled, dated
and numbered
Largest: 17 1/2” x 9 1/2” (plate)
(all pictured online)
Mahogany with leather inset rotating top,
four drawers, pedestal base on casters,
England, 19th c.
28” x 30”
PAIR OF CHADBURN SHIP
TELEGRAPHS
355
$600–800
U.S.A.
Taller: 25 3/4”
$600–900
$800–1,200
353
354
VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PLANTER
ENGLISH LEATHER UPHOLSTERED PORTER’S CHAIR
With brass insert, England, ca. 1860
20 1/2” x 14 3/4”
England, early 20th c.
44” x 30 1/2” x 23 1/2”
$400–600
$300–500
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360
one of three
358
359
BRACKET CLOCK
PAIR OF PIETRA DURA PLAQUES
THREE PIETRA DURA PLAQUES
Veneered exterior with carved fretwork
side door panels resting on an eagle carved
bracket shelf, oak, German, 19th/20th c.
37” x 16 1/2” x 6 1/2”
Each depicting mountainside homesteads
made of lapis, agate, malachite, abalone,
etc., in gilt frames, Italy 20th c.
Both unsigned
9 1/2” x 11 1/4” (framed)
(both pictured online)
Three: Each of mountainous landscapes
including lapis, sodalite, agate, malachite,
etc., in gilt frames, Italy, 20th c.
All signed
Two largest: 11 1/2” x 9 1/2” (framed)
(all pictured online)
$300–500
$400–600
$600–800
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one of twelve
one of fourteen
362
365
366
EADWEARD MUYBRIDGE (American/British, 1830–1904)
MAHOGANY VIENNESE REGULATOR CLOCK
ENGLISH GALLERY CLOCK
18TH C. PORTFOLIO OF ENGRAVINGS
Twelve collotypes from Animal Locomotion including plates 46, 77,
157, 257, 268, 287, 303, 463, 543, 597, 640 and 681 (all unframed)
Eleven titled
Copyright 1887, by Eadweard Muybridge
Largest: 7” x 17 3/4” (image) (all pictured online)
Mahogany case with maple details, enamel dial with Roman
numerals, Dachlur thirty-day time only movement, Austria, ca.
1840
Unmarked
35 1/2” x 11” x 5 1/4”
Walnut veneer with painted metal face, fusée mechanism,
England, ca. 1880
Unmarked
14” x 6”
Representation Generale de la Voute de la Galerie du President
Lambert, Ce Lieu Paroit Prepare pour les Noces D’Hercule avec Hebe
Deesse de la Ieunesse, ca. 1718
13 etchings including cover page (all unframed)
20 1/8” x 28 3/8” (sheet, each) (all pictured online)
$2,000–4,000
$500–700
363
364
366a
367
CAST IRON FIREWAGON BELL TOY
PAIR OF EGYPTIAN REVIVAL BRONZE FIGURES
VAL SAINT LAMBERT ‘METTERNICH’ GLASSWARE
JULES VIEILLARD FAIENCE GROUP
Hose wagon led by two horses, includes driver and bell, U.S.A.,
early 20th c.
8” x 17” x 4 1/2”
Each depicting water carriers, on slate bases, France, 3rd quarter
19th c.
19 1/2” x 6” x 6”
$600–800
$300–500
100 pieces: Twelve sorbets, eleven cordials, thirteen tumblers,
twelve cognacs, fourteen white wines, twelve rocks, and twentyfour champagne glasses along with two associated tazzas,
Belgium, 20th c.
Unmarked
Tallest: 5 1/2”
Three pieces: Two shallow bowls and one covered tureen, painted
with birds and flora, France, 19th c.
Marked
Tureen: 5 1/2” x 10 1/2” x 9”
361
$700–1,000
$600–800
$300–500
$500–700
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368
369
370
371
372
373
374
AMERICAN FEDERAL
GRANDFATHER CLOCK
AMERICAN MAHOGANY
TALL CASE CLOCK
ENGLISH OAK TALL CASE
CLOCK
ENGLISH OAK TALL CASE
CLOCK
SCOTTISH OAK TALL CASE
CLOCK
SWEDISH FAUX PAINTED
TALL CASE CLOCK
Mahogany case with line inlay,
painted dial, eight day time and
strike movement, bracket feet,
U.S.A., ca. 1800
Painted dial and twin train
anchor escapement four pillar
movement within an upright
case, U.S.A., 19th c.
85”
Dial signed J.A.S Webb Frome,
England, 19th c.
86” x 17” x 9”
RENAISSANCE REVIVAL
MAHOGANY TALL CASE
CLOCK
England, ca. 1810
106 1/2”
Scroll pediment top with brass
finials, eight day movement,
Scotland, ca. 1780
86”
Painted enamel dial and grain
painted case, Sweden,
mid 19th c.
86” x 17” x 7 1/2”
$1,000–1,500
$1,000–2,000
$1,500–2,500
$1,000–1,500
$600–800
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Dial signed Smith Patterson
Company, U.S.A., early 20th c.
106” x 23 1/2” x 17”
$2,000–3,000
$1,000–1,500
99
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375
376
CHINESE PAINTED SCROLLS
CHINESE PAINTED SCROLL
Tryptic watercolors on silk: One with elderly man and child, one
with stork pair, the last with three turtles, signed, China, 19th c.
Each: 66” x 14 1/2”
Watercolor on paper depicting crane, with associated wood box,
China, 19th c.
Signed
70” x 18 1/2”
$600–800
$500–700
378
379
380
CHINESE SILK TAPESTRY
ASIAN WORK ON PAPER
CHINESE SILK PAINTING
Chinese silk embroidery on silk ground depicting figures
and foliage (framed)
80” x 50 1/2”
Untitled (potted plants on Asian
stands), 20th c.
Watercolor and ink on paper with
silk border (framed)
60” x 30”
Untitled (landscape with figural
scenes)
Pigment and ink on silk (framed)
Unmarked
65” x 34 1/2” (sight)
$300–500
$700–900
$400–600
377
CAMBODIAN CARVED WOOD MALE FIGURE
Carved male figure with outstretched hands adorned with red and
green paint, Cambodia
36 1/2”
$400–600
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101
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381
384
385
PAIR OF CHINESE PAINTED APOTHECARY CABINETS
CHINESE JADE ELEPHANT CARVING
SILVER AND JADE CYLINDRICAL BOX
China, early 20th c.
74 1/2” x 45 1/4” x 23 1/2”
Pale jade carving of an elephant with young boys sitting on top,
China, 19th/20th c.
3 1/2” x 3 3/4”
Mounted with carnelian and jade cabochons and enamel details,
Southeast Asia, early 20th c.
Marked
5 1/2” x 3 1/2” x 3 1/2”
$1,500–2,500
$2,000–4,000
$300–500
382
383
386
387
CHINESE HONGMU LOW TABLE
CHINESE ELM SIDE CABINET
CHINESE HARDSTONE
PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CHARGERS
Carved decoration and feet, China, 19th/20th c.
18 1/4” x 29 3/4”
Drawers and cupboard doors, 19th/20th c.
34 1/2” x 42 1/2” x 28 1/2”
$600–800
$500–700
Jeweled ruyi scepter, spinach jade ruyi with calligraphic markings
and celadon color foo dog figural group, China, 20th c.
Largest: 15 3/4” x 4 3/4”
Ming style with floral center and vine border, China, 19th c.
Unmarked
2” x 13 3/4”
$400–600
$400–600
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388
389
390
CHINESE GINGER JARS
JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE
PLATTERS
PAIR OF FAMILLE JAUNE GINGER
JARS
Two: Both with landscape scenes, Japan,
19th c.
Larger: 13” dia.
Porcelain jars featuring figural and bird
vignettes, China, Republic period
12 1/2” x 9”
$400–600
$300–500
$500–700
391
392
CHINESE EXPORT TOBACCO
LEAF MUG
GROUP OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE
PORCELAIN
Polychrome decorated porcelain mug with
twisted handle, China,
late 18th/early 19th c.
6” x 6 1/2”
Seven: One large Canton platter, one
vase with flowers and figures, one lidded
vase with dragons and flaming pearl, two
Canton lidded tureens, including one with
underplate, and one planter with brass rim
and handles on stand, China, 19th/20th c.
Vases marked
Platter: 18 3/4” x 15 3/4”
(all pictured online)
Lidded porcelain jars featuring
pomegranates and floral decoration with
calligraphy on reverse, China, early 20th c.
12 3/4” x 7 1/2”
$600–800
one of seven
393
CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN
Four: Two polychrome figural candlesticks
and two Mandarin Rose lozenge form
vases, China, late 19th/early 20th c.
Tallest: 12” x 6 1/2”
$400–600
394
PAIR OF JAPANESE LACQUER CABINETS ON STANDS
Each with a pair of cupboard doors opening to a plain interior, Japan,
18th/19th c.
38” x 33” x 21 1/2”
$4,000–6,000
$600–800
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one of two
395
396
397
CHINESE BRONZE AND CHAMPLEVE
HAWK
CAMBODIAN KHMER PARVATI
SCULPTURE
CHINESE SILK TAPESTRY GROUP
Figure of a hawk with outstretched wings
upon a rock base with champlevé leaves,
cast in four parts, China, 19th/20th c.
15 1/4” x 16 1/2” x 8 1/2”
Bronze sculpture depicting the Hindu
Goddess Parvati, also known as Uma,
holding a scroll and lotus flower in her
hands, affixed to black composite base,
Cambodia, ca. 11th-13th c.
Unmarked
7” x 2 1/2” x 2 1/2”
$300–500
$400–600
Two pieces: Silk altar cloth stitched with
couched gold thread on red ground,
depicting birds with flowers, central
reserve surrounded by mirrored-medallion
ribbon border, accompanied by a black
silk fragment decorated with birds and
scrollwork in couched gold thread, with
additional hardstone details, China,
19th/20th c.
Unmarked
Altar cloth: 34 1/2” x 37”
(both pictured online)
401
one of seven
402
CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN
PAIR OF CHINESE FOO DOGS
Seven: One shallow bowl, four plates, one monogrammed platter,
one armorial teapot, China, late 19th/early 20th c.
Largest: 9” x 11 1/2” (all pictured online)
Ceramic polychrome decorated figures with articulated eyes on
floral decorated pedestal bases, China, early 20th c.
12 1/4” x 6 1/4” x 4 1/4”
$400–600
$400–600
Cylindrical bronze form with inlaid mixedmetal decorative details, on three raised
feet affixed to circular wood base, Japan,
ca. 1868-1912
Marked with six-character seal
10 3/4” x 9 1/2”
403
404
PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT CHARGERS
CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE LIDDED TUREEN
Porcelain polychrome chargers with floral decoration, China,
early 19th c.
12 1/4” dia.
Porcelain tureen with floral decoration and shell handles, China,
late 18th/early 19th c.
7 3/4” x 13 1/2”
$300–500
$400–600
$700–1,000
$500–700
398
399
400
CHINESE BRONZE BELL
JAPANESE PORCELAIN PLANTER
Cast with reserves of lizards on dome,
twisted rope crown, China, ca. 1900
Unmarked
14 1/2” x 12”
Decorated with reliefs of white flowers
with brown details on a soft blue ground,
with ornate flower and scroll glazed lip,
Japan, ca. 1890
Unmarked
12” x 18”
JAPANESE MEIJI MIXED-METAL
HIBACHI
$400–600
$400–600
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407
405
406
CHINESE GLAZED YIXING TEAPOT
CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN PIECES
CHINESE TEADUST VASE
Polychrome glaze with landscape reserves,
blue handle and spout, China, 20th c.
Marked
8” x 8” x 4 1/2”
Five: Two tea cups, one cider mug, one
footed dish, and one bowl, China, 19th c.
Mug: 5 3/4” x 6” (all pictured online)
Bulbous form with flared mouth, all-over
glaze, China, 19th/20th c.
Unmarked
11” x 7” x 7”
$300–500
$400–600
411
PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE GARDEN SEATS
Bird and flowering branch design on porcelain, hexagonal form,
China, ca. 1830
18” x 12” x 12”
$300–500
$1,200–1,800
408
409
410
CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PLATES
CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE FIGURE
CHINESE ROSE MEDALLION VASE
Two: Painted with pastoral scenes, two
character under glaze mark, China,
18th/19th c.
Marked
1 1/2” x 8 1/4” x 8 1/4”
Guanyin with deer, China, 19th c.
Impressed seal
15” x 4 1/2” x 3 1/2”
Decorated with figural reserves, birds and
butterflies, China, late 19th c.
Unmarked
24 1/4” x 10”
$1,000–2,000
$300–500
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$600–800
412
413
ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN FLOOR VASE
PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN WATER FONTS
Decorated with figural scenes, birds and flora, scalloped lip,
China, 19th/20th c.
Unmarked
24” x 10”
Each decorated with figural scenes, dragon head water spouts,
carved wood bases, China, 19th c.
Unmarked
Overall: 18” x 10” x 6 1/2”
$500–700
$1,200–1,800
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414
415
CHINESE SANG DE BOEUF BOTTLE VASE
CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE GUANYIN
Deep red glaze thinning along neck and mouth of vase,
accompanied by a carved wood stand, China, possibly Qianlong
Unmarked
Overall: 13” x 8 1/2” x 8 1/2”;
Female figure in robe with scroll in hand, China, 20th c.
Unmarked
25” x 7” x 7”
$1,500–2,000
$300–500
418
PAIR OF CHINESE QIANLONG PORCELAIN TEABOWLS
Associated pair, each decorated with pairings of the Eight Auspicious Symbols, below a
red keyfret border enclosed by blue bands, foot rim encircled by dotted border on yellow
ground, six character Qianlong underglaze mark, China, ca. 1736-1795
Marked
Bowl: 2 5/8” x 2 1/8” x 2 1/8”
Note: This pattern first appeared on bowls of the Qianlong period and was subsequently
mimicked during later reigns. This lot is similar to a later pair of teabowls sold at Christies,
Hong Kong, on December 1, 2010, lot 3210.
$25,000–35,000
416
417
CHINESE REPUBLIC PORCELAIN VASE
PAIR OF CHINESE REPUBLIC PORCELAIN VASES
Decorated with butterflies and flowers, China, ca. 1912-1949
Stamped
11” x 7 1/2”
Each with seascape scenes framed by black hand-painted
decoration, China, 20th c.
Marked
10 1/2” x 4 1/2” dia.
$400–600
$700–1,000
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one of six
one of eight
one of seven
419
420
423
ASIAN BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN
THREE KOREAN CELADON GLAZED BOWLS
CHINESE HONGMU FRAMES
CHINESE HONGMU FRAMES
CHINESE HONGMU FRAMES
Four: Bowl with geometric pattern on exterior and floral motif on
interior, scalloped dish with water life motif, ginger jar decorated
with figural scene, vase decorated with figural scene, Japan and
China, 20th c.
Bowl, dish, and vase marked
Ginger jar: 4 3/4” x 5”
Diminutive grey water container with handles, blue over grey dish,
and grey with white decoration Koriyu, Korea, 12th/13th c.
Largest: 2 1/4” x 6 3/4”
Six: 19th c.
Tallest: 52 1/2” x 22 1/2” (all pictured online)
Two sets of four, 19th c.
Tallest: 60” x 16 1/2” (all pictured online)
Seven: 19th c.
Tallest: 52 1/2” x 22 1/2” (all pictured online)
$300–500
$300–500
$300–500
$500–800
424
425
$500–700
one of twelve
421
422
426
427
SHOJI HAMADA (Japanese, 1894-1978) (Attr.)
PAIR OF BLANC DE CHINE FIGURAL LAMPS
CHINESE DIPLOMATIC AUTOGRAPHS
“CHINESE JADES” BOOK BY STANLEY CHARLES NOTT
Glazed stoneware rectangular bottle form vase with abstract
floral decoration, Japan, 20th c.
8 1/4” x 3 1/2” x 3 1/2”
Guanyin on hardwood base, China, 20th c.
Overall: 18” x 6 1/2” x 5 1/2”
Twelve: Includes Wu Ting-Fang Chinese Minister of Foreign
Affairs, Chang Yin Tang Chinese Ambassador to the United States,
Li Hung Chang, and others, late 18th/early 19th c.
(all pictured online)
Limited edition book (no. 833 of 1000), copyright 1942, published
by The Record Company, St. Augustine, Florida.
$700–1,000
$600–900
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$400–600
$500–700
113
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431
432
433
428
DEITY WOOD CARVINGS
PAIR OF CHINESE REVERSE PAINTED MIRRORS
KOREAN JOSEON POLYCHROME
ATTENDANT
JAPANESE BRONZE GARDEN LANTERN
Eight temple statues with remnants of
polychrome and gilt paint, Southeast Asia,
18th/19th c.
Largest: 26 1/4” x 10” x 8”
Each decorated with a pair of female companions in a garden
setting and stylized butterflies, China, 20th c.
Each: 35” x 17 1/2”
$600–800
$700–1,000
Painted wood carving of an attendant in
orange and blue robes, Korea
27 1/2” x 7 1/2” x 10 1/4”
$1,000–1,500
Pierced bronze lantern on four feet, with
cast circular reserves depicting trees and
birds, Japan, early 20th c.
Unmarked
22” x 16 1/2”
$500–700
429
430
CHINESE PAINTED SCROLLS
SUIHO YOSHIDA (Japanese, b. 1905)
434
435
Two watercolors on rice paper: One Huang Yu-Kao: First bloom of
chrysanthemum presented to philosopher, the other very simple
of three Ibis, China, 19th c.
Both signed
Larger: 79” x 16 1/4”
Scroll painted with tiger with associated wood box, Japan, 20th c.
Signed
Scroll: 58” x 21 1/2”
HINDU STONE RELIEF
INDONESIAN CARVED WOOD SCREEN
Two-sided stone carving of Hindu deities mounted on metal base:
Krishna with a cow, monkey, and possibly Parvarti on one side, and
Vishnu with two consorts on the other, India, 14th c.
21 1/4” x 19” x 5 1/2”
Two panels with painted parcel gilt floral details, Indonesia,
19th/20th c.
Each panel: 59 3/4” x 17”
$800–1,200
$200–400
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$600–800
$500–700
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436
437
440
441
GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY BOOKCASE
REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE
GILT BRONZE MINIATURE ARMOIRE
LOUIS XVI STYLE PORCELAIN CLOCK GARNITURE
Breakfront outline, England, 19th c.
92” x 87” x 21”
Black marble top above two shelves on round tapered legs,
England, early 20th c.
40 1/2” x 48” x 18”
Limoges enameled copper portrait medallion above beveled glass
doors with cherub and garland decoration, France, late 18th/early
19th c.
11 1/2” x 7 1/2” x 3 1/2”
Gilded white metal, comprising a clock and a pair of urns, each
decorated with figural reserves on pink ground, France,
late 19th c.
Mounts marked “PH Mourey”
Clock: 17 1/4”
$1,200–1,800
$600–800
$700–1,000
$1,000–1,500
438
439
442
443
GEORGE III DOUBLE PEDESTAL MAHOGANY DINING TABLE
SET OF IRISH GEORGE II STYLE DINING CHAIRS
EMPIRE GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK
PAIR OF BRONZE AND MARBLE FIGURAL LAMPS
Reeded edge and pedestal supports, including two leaves,
England, late 19th/early 20th c.
30” x 50” x 71”
Fifteen: One armchair and fourteen side chairs, each with a
carved splat on cabriole legs and ball and claw feet, mahogany,
Ireland, late 19th/early 20th c.
Armchair: 39” x 25 1/4” x 20 1/2”
Cast with Venus seated on a turtle with patinated base, ca. 1810
23 1/4” x 12” x 8 1/4”
Cast bronze female nudes holding foliate branches, on trapezoidal
pink marble bases, Europe, 20th c.
Unmarked
24 1/2” x 9” x 7”
$700–1,000
$2,000–3,000
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$1,000–1,500
$500–700
117
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444
445
448
449
PARCEL GILT STEEL CONSOLE
EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SCREEN
PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE GALVANIZED STEEL URNS
PAIR OF EMPIRE LAMP TABLES
Red marble top, with foliate scrolls, France, late 19th/early 20th c.
41” x 48 1/2” x 14”
Glazed panels and inlaid fans, England, ca. 1920
Each panel: 74 1/2” x 20”
Each on pedestal, 20th c.
Overall: 44”
$700–1,000
$700–900
$600–800
Mahogany with brass gallery, footed pedestal base, England,
19th c.
28 1/2” x 18”
446
447
450
REGENCY MAHOGANY TEAPOY
VICTORIAN STYLE SILVERED IRON SIDE TABLE
BAUSCH & LOMB BRASS TELESCOPE
Hinged top and fitted interior, England, second quarter 19th c.
32” x 16 1/2” x 12”
Slate top and trestle supports
28” x 40” x 20”
$800–1,200
$300–500
On tripod stand, numbered 0496
Marked
With stand: 60” x 49 1/2” x 32”
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$400–600
$600–800
119
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451
one of three
452
one of two
THREE 19TH C. ENGRAVINGS
REGENCY STYLE ROSEWOOD CHIFFONIERS
Pantheon, Rome, North West View, Tivoli, and Pantheon, Rome,
Elevation of the Portico
Three Roman engravings by G.L. Taylor, ca. 1800 (framed
separately)
Published by Longman & Co., London
Largest: 16 1/2” x 11 1/4” (sight) (all pictured online)
Two: Each with grillwork doors on paw feet, England, early 20th c.
58 1/2” x 42” x 16” (both pictured online)
$2,000–3,000
$700–1,000
453
454
455
GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHAIRS
GEORGE III CONSOLE TABLE
ENGLISH BRACKET CLOCK
Three: One armchair with slip seat, two side chairs, England,
ca. 1800
Side chairs: 40” x 21” x 17”
Mahogany with inlaid top on square tapered legs, England, 19th c.
28” x 38” x 18”
Mahogany, decorated with scrolling gilt accents, England, 18th c.
Signed “Benj Baddy, London”
20” x 11” x 7”
$400–600
$400–600
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$3,000–5,000
121
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456
459
460
PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE PAINTED OAK BOOKCASES
LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY COMMODE
FOUR GALVANIZED STEEL PLANTERS
Each with two pairs of glazed doors, France, early 20th c.
87” x 62 1/2” x 18”
Grey veined marble top above three drawers on round tapered
legs, France, early 20th c.
33” x 50 1/2” x 21 1/2”
20th c.
23 1/2” x 23 1/2”
PROVENANCE
Sold, collection of Princess Lillian of Belgium, Sotheby’s September 22nd, 2003, lot 339
$800–1,200
$1,000–1,500
$1,000–1,500
457
458
461
462
GEORGE III MAHOGANY BEAU BRUMMEL
PATINATED METAL WHIPPET FORM SIDE TABLES
LOUIS XVI STYLE SECRETAIRE A ABATTANT
PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE GALVANIZED STEEL URNS
Inlaid trim and fold over top on drawer base, England, early 19th c.
27 1/4” x 34” x 22 3/4”
Grey marble tops, 20th c.
31 1/2” x 14”
Each on pedestal, 20th c.
Overall: 44”
$600–800
$1,000–1,500
Tulipwood and parquetry full front with fitted interior and
associated marble top, France, 19th/20th c.
54 3/4” x 32” x 15 1/4”
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$600–800
$600–800
123
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463
464
LOUIS PHILIPPE PART EBONIZED CHERRY COMMODE
LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE A ABATTANT
Four long drawers on round tapered legs, France, mid 19th c.
32 1/2” x 49 3/4” x 24”
Marble top and fitted interior, France, late 19th/early 20th c.
52” x 25 1/4” x 13 3/4”
$1,000–1,500
$600–800
465
466
ITALIAN NEOCLASSICAL STYLE CONSOLE
RENAISSANCE STYLE WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS
Painted and parcel gilt with a marble top and square tapered legs,
Italy, 20th c.
36 1/2” x 48 1/2” x 17”
Three drawers, early 20th c.
34” x 39 1/2” x 19 1/4”
$700–1,000
467
468
469
PAIR OF KPM VASES
THREE PIECE ART NOUVEAU BRONZE
GARNITURE SET
PAIR OF VIENNA PORTRAIT VASES
WITH COVERS
Clock and pair of electrified candelabra
with cranes and floral decoration,
Continental, late 19th/early 20th c.
Clock: 13” x 10 1/2” x 5 1/2”
Each feature floral gilt decoration and
female portraits, 19th c.
Both signed WAGNER and marked
7” x 5 3/4”
$1,500–2,000
$600–800
$700–900
470
471
472
CHARLES X EBONIZED GILT-BRONZE
PORTICO CLOCK
CHARLES X BIRCH GILT-BRONZE
PORTICO CLOCK
PAIR OF SEVRES STYLE URNS
Circular dial with Roman numerals, France,
ca. 1830
19” x 9 1/2” x 5 1/4”
Circular dial with Roman numerals, France,
ca. 1830
29” x 5 1/2”
Mounted with ormolu and decorated with
landscape reserves, France, circa 1900
Signed illegibly
13 1/4” x 4 1/2”
$500–700
$500–700
$300–500
Ormolu mounted porcelain vases with hand
painted Greek Revival design, Germany,
ca. 1860
Marked
13 1/4” x 7 1/4”
$600–900
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125
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473
474
477
ITALIAN NEOCLASSICAL BILBAO MIRROR
ENGLISH LEATHER BOUND FOLDING LIBRARY LADDER
PAIR OF GEORGE SMITH UPHOLSTERED EASY CHAIRS
Carved and gilded wood with marble, crest with central urn and
urn finials, mirror plate flanked by split columns, Italy, ca. 1795
Unmarked
30” x 14 1/2” x 2”
England, 20th c.
80” x 12”
Each covered with Kilim upholstery, England, 20th c.
34” x 26 1/2” x 33”
$400–600
$1,500–2,000
475
476
478
BRASS TELESCOPE ON TRIPOD
NEOCLASSICAL STYLE MARBLE PEDESTAL
GEORGE II MAHOGANY HARLEQUIN TABLE
Brass telescope on mahogany tripod with brass hardware and
metal terminations, 19th c.
Unmarked
45 1/2” length, 65 3/4” high with stand
Top carved on three sides, probably Italian, early 20th c.
45 1/2” x 9”
With a hinged top and rising mid-section
England, mid 18th c.
Closed: 30 3/4” x 32 1/2” x 16”
$2,000–4,000
$700–1,000
$500–700
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$2,500–4,000
127
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482
ROYAL DANISH STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE
479
Grey marble top, with maple interior fitted for writing, Germany,
third quarter 19th c.
41 1/2” x 51 1/2” x 23”
International Silver Co., eight pieces: Teapot, coffee pot, creamer, covered
sugar, waste pot, salt and pepper shakers and associated tray, U.S.A., 20th c.
Marked
Tray: 16” x 25” x 1”
168.7 OT
$700–1,000
$1,500–2,000
GERMAN BURL WALNUT BUREAU
483
480
481
LIONEL CORPORATION SHIP’S BINNACLE
GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE
In a brass and mahogany case, U.S.A., early 20th c.
52” x 32”
Rectangular leather inset top above opposing drawers on square
tapered legs with casters, England, 19th c.
29 1/2” x 40” x 33”
$600–900
$700–1,000
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INTERNATIONAL ROYAL DANISH STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
103 pieces, incomplete flatware service for sixteen: (16) 7 3/4” dinner knives,
(7) 6” butter spreaders, (15) 7 3/4” dinner forks, (16) 6 1/2” salad forks, (16) 6”
teaspoons, (12) 6 3/4” oval dessert spoons, (16) 6 1/2” cream soup spoons, (1)
6” sugar spoon along with four serving pieces, U.S.A., 20th c.
Marked
Weighable: 130.1 OT
$1,000–1,500
129
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484
485
CIGARETTE AND CALLING CARD CASES
STERLING SILVER CIGARETTE AND CALLING CARD CASES
Twenty-four pieces: Twenty sterling silver cases together with
four others, most monogrammed on lid, 19th/20th c.
Largest: 6 3/4” x 3 1/4” x 1/2”
Weighable: 58.6 OT
Fourteen pieces: Three with attached chains, most
monogrammed on lid, 19th/20th c.
Largest: 5” x 3 1/2” x 1”
48.2 OT
$700–900
$500–700
486
488
489
490
STERLING SILVER TROPHIES AND
STEIN
ASSORTED AMERICAN STERLING
SILVER FLATWARE
AMERICAN REVOLUTION STERLING
SILVER GOBLET
CODAN STERLING SILVER COFFEE AND TEA SERVICE
Three pieces: Two inscribed trophy cups
together with a sterling silver and metal
stein, U.S.A., 20th c.
Each marked
Tallest: 11 3/4” x 7 1/4” x 4 3/4”
Weighable: 23.1 OT
Forty-five pieces in hardwood box, U.S.A.,
early/mid 20th c.
Longest: 10 1/4”
Weighable: 41.5 OT
Charles Wright goblet decorated with
an eagle’s bust and the inscription: May
Voters Be Free and Representatives
Independent, England, 1774
Marked
5 3/4” x 3 1/2”
5.4 OT
$500–700
$700–900
Seven pieces, style of Georg Jensen: Hot water kettle and burner, coffee pot, teapot,
covered sugar, creamer and open waste, decorated with foliate finial on raised
openwork circular foot, Mexico, mid 20th c.
Marked
Kettle on stand: 17 3/4” x 7 1/2” x 8”
208.18 OT
$3,000–5,000
PROVENANCE
487 / NO LOT
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Walter H. Willson Ltd, Chicago and London
$1,000–1,500
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491
492
494
495
EDWARD FARMER STERLING SILVER MATCHBOX
DURHAM BLOSSOM STERLING SILVER TEA SET
ART NOUVEAU SILVER
GORHAM STERLING SILVER MARTELE CENTER BOWL
Geometric and floral decoration with carved coral inset, U.S.A.,
early 20th c.
Marked
3/4” x 2 1/2” x 1 1/2”
Weight, including coral: 1.4 OT
Four pieces: Coffee pot, tea pot, creamer and sugar, in the style of
Georg Jensen, U.S.A, mid 20th c.
Marked
Tallest: 11”
77 OT
Undulating rim and foot with broad blossom and acanthus
decoration, U.S.A., ca. 1900
Marked
5” x 10 1/2” x 10 1/2”
40.1 OT
$400–600
$2,000–3,000
Two pieces: Alvin sterling silver ladle with floral decoration,
German .800 silver mounted hinge top claret, U.S.A. and
Germany, 19th/20th c.
Both marked
Claret: 11” x 6”
Ladle: 11 1/2” x 4”
Weighable: 7.1 OT
$1,000–1,500
$300–500
493
496
REED & BARTON SPANISH BAROQUE STERLING SILVER
REED & BARTON FRANCIS I STERLING FLATWARE
114 flatware dinner service for 10+: (11) 9 1/2” dinner knives, (13) 6 1/4” butter knives, (11)
dinner forks, (12) 6 1/8” regular forks, (12) 6 3/4” place spoons, (12) teaspoons, (12) 5 3/4”
cocktail forks, (12) 6 1/2” salad forks, (12) 4 1/4” demitasse spoons, and (7) serving pieces,
complete with fitted wood box, U.S.A., 20th c.
All marked
Weighable: 116.8 OT
Six-piece partial place setting for twelve and serving pieces: (12) 7 1/4” forks, (12) 9”
knives, (11) salad forks, (12) cream soup spoons, (24) teaspoons, (9) iced tea spoons,
(1) large salad spoon, (1) large salad fork, (1) large cold meat fork, (1) small cold meat fork,
(3) serving spoons, (1) pierced serving spoon, (1) pie server, (1) gravy ladle, (1) carving fork,
(1) carving knife, (1) child’s fork, (2) olive forks, U.S.A., 20th c.
Marked
Weighable: 124.7 OT
$1,500–2,000
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$2,500–3,500
133
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497
498
GROGAN STERLING SILVER STACKABLE TEA SET
GORHAM OLD FRENCH STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
Three-piece set includes teapot, creamer, and sugar bowl, all with
hammered finish, 19th c.
Marked
7 3/4” x 5 1/2”
10 OT
146 pieces, assembled flatware service: (15) 7 1/2” dinner forks,
(12) 9 3/4” dinner knives, (12) salad forks, (14) 7” luncheon forks,
(10) 8 1/2” dinner knives, (20) teaspoons, (12) soup spoons, (11)
tablespoons, (11) demitasse spoons, (9) 6 1/4” butter knives, (5) 5
3/4” butter knives, (6) fruit spoons, (6) serving spoons, (2) meat
forks, (1) pie server, (1) carving set, U.S.A., 20th c.
Weighable: 168.8 OT
$500–700
four of twelve
500
501
TIFFANY & CO. STERLING
SILVER BOWL
TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER AND
LENOX RAMEKINS
TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER
TEA SET
Applied repoussé shell and floral border,
U.S.A., ca. 1900
Marked
8 1/2” dia.
16.3 OT
Twelve pierced sterling silver holders with
monogrammed handles gold rimmed Lenox
porcelain inserts, U.S.A., first half 20th c.
Marked
1 3/4” x 6 1/4” x 3 1/4” (all pictured online)
17 OT
Three piece set includes teapot, creamer,
and waste bowl in original cloth bags,
U.S.A., 20th c.
Marked
Teapot: 9 1/4”
29.2 OT
$600–800
$800–1,000
$400–600
502
$1,800–2,200
499
503
504
GORHAM EDGEWORTH STERLING SILVER TEA SET
TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER SALVER
TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER OPENWORK BOWL
Five pieces: Coffee pot, tea pot, creamer, covered sugar, and
waste bowl, all monogrammed, U.S.A., 20th c.
All marked
Tallest: 10 1/4”
73.4 OT
Scalloped edge with chased foliate and geometric design,
U.S.A., first half 20th c.
Marked
13” dia.
25.5 OT
Monogrammed in center, U.S.A., ca. 1900
Marked
9 1/4” dia.
14.5 OT
$1,000–1,500
$800–1,200
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$800–1,200
135
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505
506
510
511
TIFFANY & CO. CASTILIAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
TIFFANY & CO. LINENFOLD STERLING SILVER
THOMAS WELLS (American, 1916-2004)
ORSON LOWELL (American, 1871-1956)
Service for twelve: (12) 7 3/4” dinner forks, (12) 6 3/4” salad forks,
(12) 10” hollow handle knives, (12) cream soup spoons, (12) butter
knives, (24) teaspoons, all monogrammed, U.S.A., 20th c.
All marked
Weighable: 117.8 OT
Forty pieces, four piece setting for eight, plus additional pieces:
(8) 7 1/2” dinner forks, (8) 7 1/4” luncheon forks, (2) 7” salad forks,
(2) 7” soup spoons, (9) 6” teaspoons, (8) 10” butter knives together
with three serving pieces, U.S.A., 20th c.
Marked
Weighable: 52.83 OT
Teazer
Oil on canvas laid to board (framed)
Signed
15 3/4” x 19 1/4” (sight)
Planting
Oil on board (framed)
Signed to recto, titled to label on verso
16” x 10”
$1,000–1,500
$600–800
512
513
MURIEL GERNAND (American, 20th c.)
MAURICE MOLARSKY (American, 1885-1950)
Untitled (still life with chrysanthemums)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
30” x 25”
Untitled (portrait of a woman), 1924 and Untitled (portrait of a
gentleman)
Two oils on board (framed separately)
Untitled (portrait of a woman) signed and dated
Larger: 28” x 21” (both pictured online)
$1,500–2,500
507
$800–1,200
one of three
508
one of three
TIFFANY & CO. GILT STERLING SILVER
TROPHY CHARGERS
TIFFANY & CO. GILT STERLING SILVER
TROPHY CHARGERS
Three pieces: Each inscribed with details
pertaining to horse races held at Santa
Anita Park, U.S.A., late 20th c.
Marked
Diameter: 10 1/2” (all pictured online)
63.1 OT
Three pieces: Each inscribed with details
pertaining to horse races held at Santa
Anita Park, U.S.A., late 20th c.
Marked
Diameter: 10 1/2” (all pictured online)
56.7 OT
$1,800–2,400
$1,800–2,400
509
one of five
STERLING SILVER
Five pieces: Two Tiffany & Co.
monogrammed plates, one with scrolling
foliate border, Lionel Alfred Crichton
scalloped edge plate raised on three feet,
Baldwin & Miller engraved plate, and plate
with pierced rim detail raised on four feet
marked AF, England and U.S.A., 19th and
20th c.
All marked
Tiffany: 12” dia. (all pictured online)
Total: 88.6 OT
$800–1,200
one of two
$1,000–1,500
$800–1,200
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514
AMEDEE ROSIER (French, 1831-1898)
Untitled (market scene)
Oil on panel (framed)
Signed
11 1/4” x 20 1/4”
515
PROVENANCE
MATTHEW HARRIS JOUETT (Attr) (American, 1788-1827)
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
$700–900
Portrait of Margaret Todd Davis, wife of James Davis, first mayor of
Lexington, KY, ca. 1825
Oil on canvas (framed)
Unmarked
30” x 25”
Accompanied by supporting documentation including
conservation details and family history, companion portrait part of
Speed Museum (Lexington, KY) inventory
$3,000–5,000
516
517
CHARLES HIGHWOOD (American/German, 1824-1893)
ALICE MORRIS FRASER (19th/20th c.)
Untitled (portrait of a boy and a girl)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
50” x 36”
Untitled (carriage horse and open carriage), 1909
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed and dated
34” x 44”
$500–700
$1,000–1,500
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518
GUSTAV MUSS-ARNOLT (American, 1858-1927)
Carolina Dog and German Shepherd portraits
Oils on canvas (framed separately)
Both signed
Each: 22 1/2” x 16”
$3,500–4,500
139
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two of three
519
522
GEORGE HURRELL (American, 1904-1992)
DANIEL GARBER (American, 1880-1958), ETC.
Two portraits of Joan Crawford
Gelatin silver prints (both unframed)
Both with artist’s stamp, one signed “Lynn,” one dedicated “To
such a grand person - Lynn, from a devoted Joan”
19 3/4” x 15 3/4” (sheet, each)
Three etchings: Birmingham Meeting House, 1935 and Lambertville Churches together
with JAMES ABBOT MCNEILL WHISTLER Little Dordrecht, 1885/1886 (all framed
separately)
Garbers signed and titled, Whistler with butterfly marking in plate
Largest: 5 3/4” x 10 3/4” (plate) (all pictured online)
$800–1,200
$800–1,200
520
one of three
521
523
524
MOSES SOYER (Attr.) (American, 1899-1974)
HENRY BACON (American, 1866-1924)
NELSON SHANKS (American, 1937-2015)
NELSON SHANKS (American, 1937-2015)
Three untitled figural works: Two nudes, both oil on board, and
one portrait of a woman, oil on canvas (all unframed)
“M Soyer” to verso of all
Largest: 30” x 24” (all pictured online)
In a Dry Land, 1905
Watercolor on paper (framed)
Signed, titled and dated
23 3/4” x 18 1/2” (sight)
Untitled (seated young lady)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
24” x 30”
Untitled (still life with marble bust and cards)
Oil on canvas (unframed)
Signed
40 1/4” x 36”
$600–800
$700–900
$600–800
$600–800
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141
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two of three
525
526
529
ANTON OTTO FISCHER (German/American, 1882-1962)
ANTON OTTO FISCHER (German/American, 1882-1962)
RICHARD H. TALLANT (American, 1853-1934)
Untitled (winter landscape)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
16” x 22”
Untitled (winter woodland scene)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
18” x 21”
Three oils on canvas: Long’s Peak, Lake Odessa, and View from Devil’s Gulch Road, each 1911
(all framed separately)
All signed, View from Devil’s Gulch Road dated, Long’s Peak titled to verso
Largest: 24” x 36 1/2” (all pictured online)
PROVENANCE
PROVENANCE
PROVENANCE
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
Purchased from RH Tallant between 1912-1915, additional provenance available
$700–900
$700–900
$3,000–5,000
527
528
530
531
ANTON OTTO FISCHER (German/American, 1882-1962)
ANTON OTTO FISCHER (German/American, 1882-1962)
ROBERT McCLELLAN (American, 1906-1977)
JOHN OSBORNE (American, b. 1951)
Untitled (woodland scene)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
16” x 20”
Untitled (autumn landscape), 1939
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed and dated
18” x 24”
Ringo’s Plant
Oil on masonite (framed)
Signed to recto, titled to label on verso
7 1/2” x 6”
Austin Landscape
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed to recto, titled to verso
14” x 18”
PROVENANCE
$1,000–1,500
PROVENANCE
PROVENANCE
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
Salmagundi Club, 1967 (label on verso)
$700–900
$700–900
$600–800
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143
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532
533
536
537
ROBERT WILLIAM WOOD (American, 1889-1979)
EDWARD LOYAL FIELD (American, 1856-1914)
ANTON OTTO FISCHER (German/American, 1882-1962)
ANTON OTTO FISCHER (German/American, 1882-1962)
Untitled (mountain scene)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
30” x 25”
Untitled (Pennsylvania landscape)
Oil on canvas (framed under glass)
Signed
20” x 30”
Untitled (coastal scene)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
20” x 28”
Untitled (coastal scene)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
20” x 28”
PROVENANCE
PROVENANCE
PROVENANCE
PROVENANCE
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
$1,000–1,500
$700–900
$700–900
$700–900
534
535
538
539
ROBERT CRANNELL MINOR (American, 1839-1904)
HOMER DODGE MARTIN (American, 1836-1897)
ANTON OTTO FISCHER (German/American, 1882-1962)
EARL COLLINS (American, 1925-1992)
Untitled (Hudson Valley landscape), late 19th c.
Oil on wood panel (framed)
Signed
16” x 20”
Untitled (mountain landscape)
Oil on canvas
Signed
12” x 18”
Untitled (coastal scene)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
18” x 24”
Untitled (clipper ship)
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
30” x 40”
$1,000–1,500
$2,000–3,000
PROVENANCE
$800–1,200
Private Collection, New Jersey Estate
$700–900
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145
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540
541
RICHARD STONE REEVES (American, 1919-2005)
RICHARD STONE REEVES (American, 1919-2005)
Cortina II, 1954
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed and dated, titled to plaque on frame
16” x 20”
Ogre, 1951
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed and dated, titled to plaque on frame
18” x 24”
$4,000–6,000
$5,000–7,000
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147
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542
545
GEORGE GARDNER SYMONS
(American, 1863-1930)
STYLE OF LEON DABO
(American, 1868-1960)
Untitled
Oil on panel (framed)
Signed
11 3/4” x 15 3/4”
Untitled
Oil on panel (framed)
Unsigned
6 1/4” x 9”
PROVENANCE
PROVENANCE
Private Collection, Virginia
Private Collection, Virginia
$1,000–1,500
$600–800
546 / NO LOT
543
FRANK BARNEY
(American, 1862-1954)
Mud Lock, 1990
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed, titled and dated
12” x 20”
$700–1,000
544
FRANK KNOX MORTON REHN
(American, 1848–1914)
Untitled
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed
22” x 34 1/4”
PROVENANCE
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547
548
FLETCHER MARTIN (American, 1904-1979)
JOHN C. TRAYNOR (American, b. 1961)
The Spectator
Oil on masonite (framed)
Signed to recto, titled to label on verso
31” x 16”
Martini Glow, 2006
Oil on canvas (framed)
Signed to recto, titled and dated to verso
12” x 9”
EXHIBITION
$600–800
Private Collection, Virginia
Rudolph Galleries (label on verso)
$600–800
$800–1,200
149
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549
552
553
PAIR OF JACOB PETIT PORCELAIN VASES, ETC
KPM PLAQUE
MEISSEN PATE SUR PATE PORCELAIN PLATE
Jacob Petit pair: Hand-painted floral reserves and geometric designs, France, ca. mid 19th c.
Marked
15 1/2” x 8 1/2” x 4”
Paris Porcelain pair: Chinoiserie decoration featuring figures and birds, gilt highlights, swan
modeled handles, France,
ca. mid 19th c.
15 1/2” x 8” x 4”
Rape of the Sabine Women, painting on porcelain in gilded frame,
Germany, circa 1900
Marked
16” x 13 1/2” (sight)
Profile of a woman on pink ground in center encircled by scrolling
foliate decoration on teal blue ground, with gilt details and
scalloped edge, England, late 19th c.
Underglaze blue double sword mark
9 5/8” dia.
$2,000–3,000
$1,500–2,000
$500–700
550
551
554
DRESDEN PORCELAIN URN
KUZNETSOV MAJOLICA PLATTER
PAIR OF MINTON PATE SUR PATE MOON FLASKS
Figural reserves on a pink ground, with gilded ram’s head handles,
Germany, ca. 1900
Marked
23 1/2” x 15” x 11”
Geometric design with wheat and flowers, Russia, late 19th c.
Marked in Cyrillic
16 1/4”
Porcelain decorated with a diaphanously clad woman and a pair of cherubs on a teal blue
ground, with gilt details, signed “L. Solan”, England, late 19th c.
Both marked
10 1/4” x 7 3/4” x 3 1/2”
$800–1,200
$600–900
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$4,000–6,000
151
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554a
554b
KPM PORCELAIN PLAQUE
STYLE OF KPM SMALL PORCELAIN PLAQUE
Porcelain plaque, “Pompejanerin,” Germany, ca. 1900
Matted and framed
Artist signature Brödel to recto, verso signed Pompejanerin
nach Sichel with paper label “105/797” and stamped 105
Plaque only: 7 1/8” x 5 1/8”
Small porcelain plaque depicting a woman with blossoms,
Germany, ca. 1900
Framed
Verso signed with illegible title in blue ink and faded red circular
stamp
Sight: 6” x 4”
$1,500–2,000
$600–800
554c
554d
554e
AFTER TITIAN
KPM SMALL PORCELAIN PLAQUE
KPM LARGE PORCELAIN PLAQUE
KPM PORCELAIN PLAQUE
Small porcelain plaque, “Girl with a Basket of Fruits (Lavinia),”
Germany, ca. 1900
Matted and framed
Verso impressed scepter over K.P.M/---/K
6 3/4” x 5 1/4”
Large porcelain plaque depicting woman, tigers, and hyena,
Germany, ca. 1900
Matted and framed
Artist initials C. I. to recto, impressed scepter over KPM/H and
partial original paper label to verso
Sight: 11 1/2” x 9 1/4”
Porcelain plaque with nude, Germany, 1903
Framed
Recto signed E.H. English June 1903, verso impressed
scepter over K.P.M. S and incised Z/A./237-158
Plaque only: 9 1/4” x 6 1/4”
$1,000–1,500
$3,000–4,000
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$3,000–4,000
153
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557
FRENCH NEOCLASSICAL GILT BRONZE SCONCE
Two-light with foliate and flower arms, central reserve of a
caduceus fronted by Hermes, messenger of the gods, intertwined
snakes with knotted ribbon, France, ca. 1790
Impressed mark
31 1/2” x 19 1/2” x 9”
$2,500–4,000
one of five
one of six
559
555
556
558
MASSIVE GILT BRONZE AND MALACHITE VASE
PAIR OF GILT BRONZE AND MALACHITE URNS
MEISSEN PORCELAIN
MEISSEN KAKIEMON PORCELAIN
Urn form vase with cast gilt bronze mounts depicting Bacchanal
scenes, floral garlands and lions, cast ram’s head handles, raised
on four scrolled feet, France, 20th c.
36” x 13”
Malachite over bronze with gilt bronze mounts featuring putti and
scrolling ivy, on four lion’s paw feet, French, 19th c.
14 3/4” x 8 1/2” x 6”
Five: Two floral decorated plates, one floral decorated underplate
with osier rim, one floral decorated with reticulated edge, and one
soup bowl with turnip and osier rim, Germany,
late 19th/early 20th c.
All marked
Largest: 9 3/4” dia. (all pictured online)
Six pieces: Two soup bowls and one platter with raised geometric
scalloped rims decorated with birds, mythical creatures and
flowers, two plates with brown painted scalloped edges and bird
and tree decoration, and one soup bowl with raised geometric
detail painted with creatures and flowers, Germany, 18th/19th c.
All marked, brown rim plates with purple and gilt M
Platter: 12 1/2” x 9 1/2” (all pictured online)
$3,000–5,000
$700–900
$700–900
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$400–600
155
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563
GEORGE III MAHOGANY POT CUPBOARDS
Two: each with pull out base, England, 19th c.,
Taller: 36” x 19” x 18 1/2”
$600–800
559a
560
CONTINENTAL BRASS HANGING CLOCK
GEORGE III SATINWOOD PEMBROKE TABLE
Adorned with wheat sheafs, grapes, and putti drinking, enameled
dial signed “Liebher a Aigugperse”
18 1/4” x 13 1/2” x 7”
Featuring banded mahogany inlay, England, late 18th c.
Closed: 28 1/2” x 28 1/2” x 19”
$600–900
$500–700
564
GEORGE III MAHOGANY CELLARETTE
Oval with brass lion pulls, inlaid top on square
tapered legs, England, 19th c.
26” x 26” x 19 1/2”
$600–800
565
561
562
GEORGE III MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS
GEORGE III DROP LEAF BREAKFAST TABLE
Three: Two with slip seats, together with George III high chair,
England, 18th c.
37” x 23” x 19 1/2”
Pedestal base on paw feet, England, 19th c.
Closed: 28” x 36” x 20”
$500–700
PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY
BEDSIDE STANDS
Four drawers with pull out slide, England,
19th c.
29” x 18” x 15”
$500–700
$400–600
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157
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572
FRENCH PERPETUAL CALENDAR TABLE REGULATOR CLOCK
two of six
566
567
568
SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN DRESSER
BOX
PLICHTA SEATED CAT
AUSTRIAN WAX FASHION DOLLS
Decorated with cabbage roses, yellow glass
eyes, England, 20th c.
Marked
10 1/4” x 4” x 9”
Six dolls: Wax and yarn wrapped wire
figures, complete with electrified lamp,
circular black wood bases with ‘Andenken
an Wien Kobenzl’ label, accompanied by
two period batteries, Austria, ca. 1920s
Marked
Each approximately: 8 1/2” x 5” x 4”
(all pictured online)
Egg form with gilt decoration and hand
painted cherubs, France, 19th c.
Signed E. Dason
10” x 12 1/2” x 7 1/2”
$600–800
$500–700
Gilt brass rectangular case with four glazed panels, featuring
two enamel dials surrounded by gilt mask, upper dial with Roman
numerals and recessed enamel center with Brocot escapement,
bottom dial with painted aperture, striking the hour and half-hour
on a bell, two-week duration brass movement, A.H. Rodanet, Paris,
ca. 1855
Signed on dial and stamped on movement
19” x 11 1/2” x 8”
$2,500–3,500
$800–1,200
569
570
571
PAIR OF VAL ST. LAMBERT GLASS
VASES
GILT BRONZE DESK ACCESSORIES
DROCOURT CARRIAGE CLOCK
Pair of cranberry cut-to-clear glass vases
with band of Classical Greek figural scene
Belgium, late 19th/early 20th c.
Unmarked
12” x 5 1/2”
Seven pieces: Gilt bronze and green onyx
ink well, blotter, match holder, plateau, and
eagle statuary, gilt bronze pen tray, and
gilt bronze and shagreen ink well stand,
Europe, late 19th/early 20th c.
Tallest: 12 1/2”
$600–800
$800–1,200
Cannelee case, white enamel dial with
moon hands surrounded by engraved
gilded mask, strikes and repeats on a
gong with an alarm and lever escapement,
Drocourt no. 7439, Paris, ca. 1870
Stamped
8 1/2” x 4 3/4” x 3 3/4”
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$1,500–2,500
573
574
ERTE (French, 1892-1990)
CHARLES X SLATE GILT-BRONZE PORTICO CLOCK
Columbine
Serigraph in colors (unframed)
Signed and numbered 163/300
33” x 25 5/8” (sheet)
Circular dial with Roman numerals, France, ca. 1830
19 1/2” x 10” x 5 1/4”
$500–700
$600–800
159
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one of two
575
576
ALABASTER FEMALE BUST
ARTS & CRAFTS EXHIBITION POSTERS
Carved sculpture portraying Selene, Greek goddess of the moon,
Continental, late 19th/early 20th c.
21 1/2” x 14” x 7”
Two posters: Arts & Crafts of the Homelands by Vojtech Preissig
(Czechoslovakian 1873-1944) and an accompanying exhibition
poster, each published by the Wentworth Institute, Boston,
Massachusetts, ca. 1918
Largest: 38” x 25”(both pictured online)
$800–1,200
$1,000–1,500
one of eight
578
579
CHAMBERLAIN & CO. STAG PLATES
GERMAN OAK WALL CLOCK
BELGIAN SKELETON TABLE REGULATOR CLOCK
Set of eight porcelain plates with gilt decoration, Worcester,
England, early 19th c.
Five marked, three unmarked
8 3/4” (all pictured online)
Oak case with carved scallop and bead decoration, beveled glass
leaded pane, metal dial with Arabic numerals, time and strike
movement, Germany, ca. 1880s
Unmarked
32” x 12” x 8 1/2”
Composed of two gilt columns surmounted by blue and gold enamel arches, white enamel
dial with delicate steel hands, eight-day duration with spring-driven strike train inverted
pinwheel escapement, with an associated vitrine, Belgium, ca. 1800
Dial signed: Sarton à Liege
With vitrine: 23 1/2” x 12 1/4” x 5 1/4”
$300–500
$3,000–5,000
577
$400–600
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161
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580
581
584
585
ENGLISH MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER
RONSON ART METAL WORKS EGYPTIAN REVIVAL STAND
GEORGE III SILVER DIAL MAHOGANY WALL CLOCK
FEDERAL GILTWOOD AND EGLOMISE PIER MIRROR
Plate marked “Nairne & Blunt London”, England, 19th c.
36 3/4”
Art deco figure of a woman, hands raised overhead joining to an
alabaster marble tray, U.S.A., 20th c.
Patinated white metal
Marked AMW, Newark, NJ
36 1/4” x 9”
Mahogany case with narrow concave surround and cast brass
concave bezel, silvered brass dial with cut steel hands, single train
movement with gut fusee and anchor escapement, London, ca.
1795
Dial signed: Samuel Hardy
15” x 6”
Gilt wood mirror with reverse painted glass panel of a castle,
19th c.
32” x 18 3/4”
$600–800
$800–1,200
$700–1,000
PROVENANCE
Derek Roberts Fine Antique Clocks and Barometers, Kent, England
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2006
$400–600
582
583
JEAN GARNIER (French, 1853-1910)
SILVERED METAL MIRROR
586
587
Pair of Art Nouveau vases
Water nymph motif, each with three handles, France, late 19th/
early 20th c.
Patinated white metal
Signed J. Garnier
12” x 5” x 5”
Cast with stag antlers, 20th c.
30 1/2” x 25”
PROVINCIAL STYLE PAINTED WINDOW BENCH
GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS
Painted with landscape reserves and foliate trails, 20th c.
39” x 49” x 18”
Two over three drawer configuration, reeded quarter columns,
England, ca. 1800
36” x 37” x 19”
$400–600
$500–700
$500–700
$400–600
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588
589
592
593
DYAR BANJO CLOCK
PAIR OF SUNBURST MIRRORS
PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE MIRRORS
NEOCLASSICAL STYLE LEADED GLASS FLOOR LAMP
Eight day time only, weight driven movement with mahogany case
and reverse painted glass decorated with a goddess in a chariot
drawn by winged horses, Boston, 19th c.
Signed J. Dyar
41” x 10”
21st c.
39 1/2”
Decorated with parcel gilt, 20th c.
54” x 43”
Carved wood, U.S.A., 20th c.
78” x 29”
$600–800
$300–500
$600–800
590
591
594
595
GEORGE III MAHOGANY CARD TABLE
GEORGE III MAHOGANY BACHELOR’S CHEST
GEORGE III SIDEBOARD
GEORGE III STYLE MIRROR
Pedestal base on paw feet, England, 19th c.
Closed: 29” x 36” x 17 1/2”
Four graduated drawers on bracket feet, England, early 19th c.
30 1/2” x 27” x 14 1/2”
Gilded frame, 20th c.
41 1/2” x 22 1/2”
$400–600
$400–600
Mahogany, banded inlaid top, three drawers, two cabinet sections,
on tapered legs with spade feet, England, early 19th c.
36” x 66” x 28 1/4”
$600–800
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$800–1,200
$200–300
165
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598
AMERICAN LEADED METAL GLASS CHANDELIER
Eight paneled hanging glass dome with apple blossom decoration,
U.S.A., 20th c.
19” x 25”
$1,500–2,500
596
597
599
600
JACOBEAN WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS
GEORGE III CHEST ON CHEST
RENAISSANCE REVIVAL WALNUT BENCH
SHERATON MAHOGANY BOOKCASE
Two over three drawer configuration on bun feet, England, 18th c.
38” x 38” x 20 1/4”
Mahogany two piece, three over six drawer configuration,
England, ca. 1800
72” x 43 1/2” x 22 1/2”
Attributed to Horner, carved with scrolls and caryatid feet, U.S.A.,
late 19th c.
51” x 67” x 26”
Glazed doors above arrangement of drawers on bracket feet,
U.S.A., mid 19th c.
84 3/4” x 46 1/2” x 21 1/2”
$1,000–1,500
$1,500–2,000
$800–1,200
$500–700
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167
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two of six
605
606
607
GERMAN STONEWARE
STEINS
GERMAN PORCELAIN
STEINS
CONTINENTAL STEINS AND
STEIN BANKS
Four: 1/2 liter size, two with
pewter lids, Germany, 20th c.
Three are marked
Tallest: 6 1/4” x 3 3/4” x 5 1/2”
Six: Three delftware pieces, one
blue-on-blue porcelain stein
and two porcelain stein style
banks, 19th/20th c.
All unmarked
Tallest: 9 3/4” x 6” x 7”
(all pictured online)
601
602
DAUM NANCY FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
PAIR OF ART DECO PARQUETRY VENEERED SIDE TABLES
Four arm, gilt bronze incised with ribbon, flowers and fruit, France,
ca. 1925
Signed
36” x 16”
Each with a circular top and under tier, U.S.A., 20th c.
27” x 24 1/2”
Two: One brown glazed
porcelain with worn gilt
decoration and one raised
relief white porcelain with gilt
highlights, Germany, late 19th/
early 20th c.
Marked: Villeroy & Boch and
Carl Knoll
Tallest: 7 1/2” x 4” x 5”
$600–800
$300–500
$300–500
608
two of six
METTLACH STEINS
Six: Three 1/2 liters and two
3/10 liters, all painted under the
glaze, Germany, early 20th c.
9” x 4” x 6 1/2”
(all pictured online)
$400–600
$300–500
$1,000–1,500
609
603
604
FAUSTO BIGGI DA CARRARO (Italian, 19th c.)
FRENCH PORCELAIN MANTLE CLOCK
Marble sculpture of a boy with a tambourine around neck, signed,
Italy, late 19th c.
21 1/2” x 8” x 9”
Green body with gilt and black foliate details, porcelain dial with
Arabic numerals above a bust of a woman, on cast bronze feet,
eight day time and strike movement, France, 20th c.
Unmarked
9 1/4” x 9 3/4” x 5”
$800–1,200
two of six
two of eight
610
611
two of five
METTLACH STEINS
METTLACH RELIEF STEINS AND LITER
CONTINENTAL STONEWARE STEINS
Six: 1/2 liters, all painted under the glaze,
Germany, 1909
Tallest: 9 3/4” x 4” x 5 1/2”
(all pictured online)
Eight: One liter mug, two 1 liter and five 1/2
liter steins, each relief decorated, Germany,
mid 19th/early 20th c.
Tallest: 11” x 4 3/4” x 6”
(all pictured online)
Five: Three 1 liter and two 1/2 liters,
including bear form, Germany, 19th/20th c.
Each marked
Bear: 8 1/2” x 4 1/4” x 6 1/2”
(all pictured online)
$400–600
$300–500
$400–600
$300–500
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612
613
616
617
LE VERRE FRANCAIS DAHLIA VASE
LE VERRE FRANCAIS GLASS VASE
DAUM NANCY CAMEO GLASS GROUP
DAUM PATE DE VERRE LES QUATRE FILS AYMON
Cameo glass vase with dahlia design, France, ca. 1920
Marked
25” x 10”
Orange and brown cameo glass vase decorated with flowers and
grass, France, 20th c.
Signed
16” x 6 1/2”
Two pieces: Square vase in four colors and a low bowl with
shaped mouth, France, 20th c.
Each marked
Vase: 4 3/4” x 2 1/4”
Limited edition sculpture of four soldiers on horseback with
bronze swords #15/250, France, 20th c.
Signed
12” x 13” x 3 3/4”
$800–1,200
$1,000–1,500
$2,000–3,000
614
615
618
619
GALLE CAMEO GLASS VASE
GALLE CAMEO GLASS GROUP
DAUM PATE DE VERRE L’AIGLE ROI
SALVADOR DALI (Spanish, 1904-1989) DAUM GLASS
Green foliate decoration on a pink ground, France, 20th c.
Marked
13 1/4”
Two pieces: Lobed vase decorated with flowers and butterflies
along with a cylindrical bud vase, France, 20th c.
Each marked
Vase: 6 1/2” x 3 1/4”
Limited edition spread wing eagle sculpture #106/200, France,
20th c.
Signed
17” x 18 1/2” x 11 1/2”
Phonographe Antediluvien
Pâte-de-verre sculpture, 123/300, France, 1980
Stamped signature and factory mark, numbered on base
17 3/4” x 11” x 8”
$800–1,000
$2,000–3,000
$800–1,200
$1,500–2,000
$700–900
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621
622
626
STEUBEN GLASS THOMAS JEFFERSON
PLAQUE
LALIQUE PAIMPOL VASE
LALIQUE CALYPSO CHARGER
ARTHUR STRASSER (French, 1854-1927)
Tapered shape with ovoid cabochons,
designed by Marc Lalique, France, 20th c.
Signed
9 3/4” x 10” x 10”
Opalescent glass with molded and frosted
figural border, France, ca. 1930s
Marked
2” x 14 1/2” x 14 1/2”
Untitled (figure with bag)
Bronze sculpture
Signed
50” x 20” x 17” (with base)
$500–700
$1,500–2,000
$8,000–12,000
623
624
625
JOHN LOTTON STUDIO GLASS VASE
TIFFANY STUDIOS FAVRILE GLASS
VASE
TIFFANY STUDIOS BRONZE CALENDAR
AND NOTEPAD
Gold dimpled and lobed vase with
scalloped rim, U.S.A., early 20th c.
Signed
5” x 4 1/2”
Two pieces: Chinese pattern bronze
notepad and Venetian pattern gilt bronze
desk calendar, U.S.A., 20th c.
Marked
Calendar, standing: 5 3/4” x 6 1/2” x 3”
Etched with a portrait of Jefferson and a
line from the Declaration of Independence,
accompanied by original red leather box
and presentation portfolio, U.S.A., 20th c.
15 1/2” x 5” x 4”
$3,000–4,000
Pink multi flora cased glass, U.S.A., 1991
Signed
9 3/4” x 7 1/2”
$400–600
$400–600
$1,000–1,500
627
628
COLD PAINTED BRONZE FIGURAL LAMP
PAIR OF HAMMERED BRONZE CANDLESTICKS
Featuring chickens and songbirds, red and green jeweled
glass windows, probably Austrian, ca. 1900
Stamped with number, otherwise unmarked
13 3/4” x 7” x 5”
Two Arts & Crafts candlesticks, U.S.A., early 20th c.
Both marked REYEM CRAFT HAND-HAMMERED
6” x 4 1/2”
$800–1,200
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$300–500
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630
631
635
636
637
AUSTRIAN COLD PAINTED BRONZES
AUSTRIAN COLD PAINTED BRONZES
AUSTRIAN COLD PAINTED BRONZES
Four: One tanager, one gold finch, one
woodpecker, and one egg form inkwell
with chick and feather decoration, Austria,
19th/20th c.
Inkwell and tanager marked
Inkwell: 6” dia.
Three: One Bergman Austria cold painted
frog, one Geschutz turtle form box with
hinged shell and frog finial, and one bronze
lizard mounted on mother of pearl base,
Austria, 19th/20th c.
Frog and box marked
Lizard: 1 1/2” x 5 1/4”
HUGO GERNSBACK AUTOGRAPHED
FIRST EDITION
JOHN UPDIKE, ETC.
Two: Bergman cold painted porcupine with
quills, and Geschutz Vienna hedgehog form
pen wiper, Austria, 19th c.
Marked
Porcupine: 4 1/4” x 5 1/4”
JEAN-LEON GEROME
(French, 1824-1904)
$1,000–1,500
$1,200–1,600
$700–900
$400–600
$700–900
three of nine
Eighteen photogravures after Gérôme’s
paintings including: The Christian Martyrs,
Springtime, Tanagra etc., in original
portfolio case with frontispiece, 4/20,
Gérôme Society, pub., ca. 1900
Portfolio box: 26” x 21” x 6”
$800–1,200
one of twety-five
634
638
638a
638b
BRONZE MICE AND MARBLE CHEESES
EROTIC SCULPTURE GROUP
CHARLES HODGE (1797-1878)
Untitled, movable satyr seducing a woman,
likely Austrian, late 19th/early 20th c.
Bronze
Unmarked
1 1/4” x 7 3/4” x 5”
Handwritten manuscript of Didactic
Theology, nearly 850 pages, from
November of 1846 through March of 1847
in a hard bound book, U.S.A.
10 1/4” x 8”
1876 CENTENNIAL ATLAS OF BUCKS
COUNTY
1887 WOODBLOCK PRINT PORTFOLIO
Nine: Two marked Depose and Geschutz,
one on bronze textured mat marked
Depose and Geschutz, one marked mouse
with cheese cube, one gilt bronze mouse,
one rat on marble base, and three marble
cheeses
Largest cheese: 2” x 5 3/4” x 4 1/4”
(all pictured online)
$400–600
$1,000–1,500
632
633
AUSTRIAN PAINTED BRONZE BASKETS
Three: One Bergman cold painted basket
with chicken and rooster detail, one
diminutive bronze bucket and one cold
painted basket with flower decoration,
Austria, ca. 1920s
One marked
Bergman: 4 7/8” x 7 1/4”
$1,000–1,500
Ralph 124C 41+, The Stratford Company,
Boston, 1925
Signed
Forty-two from The Franklin Library First
Edition Society, including: Marry Me,
Sophie’s Choice, Madame Bovary, Slapstick,
The Alcestiad and The Honorable Schoolboy
among others, published in Franklin Center,
Pennsylvania, 1949-1980
Centennial Atlas of Bucks County,
Pennsylvania, 1876, by J.D. Scott, including
auction broadside
17 1/2” x 14 1/2”
$800–1,200
$1,200–1,600
Collection of (25) signed woodblock prints
on tissue from the Society of American
Wood Engravers, with introduction by
William M. Laffan, complete in original
leather bound portfolio, Harper & Brothers,
New York, 91/112
Engravings by: Victor Bernstrom, W. B.
Closson, Timothy Cole, John P. Davis, Frank
French, T. Johnson, F. S. King, Elbridge
Kingsley, G, Kruell, R. A. Muller, Caroline
A. Powell, S.G. Putnam, John Tinkey, F. H.
Wellington, and Henry Wolf
3 1/2” x 20” x 26” (additional images online)
$1,500–3,000
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one of three
640
one of three
FRAMED CONTINENTAL MAPS
18TH/19TH C. MAPS
Three: Jerusalem (after Juan Bautista Villalpando), eight 3” x 5”
maps/cityscapes from various European locations from book by
Gabriel Bucelin, and a hand colored reprint of Nassovia Comitatus
(Rhineland) by H. Hondius, 17th c.
Largest: 15 3/4” x 19 1/2” (all pictured online)
Three handcolored: Johan Baptist Hermann Nova Tabula Scaniae,
que est Gothia Australis Provincias Scanium, Hollandiam et
Blekingiam
Georg Matthaus Scutter Daniae Regnum
and Berthe Carte L’Amerique Du Nord (all framed separately)
Largest: 23” x 32 1/2” (sheet) (all pictured online)
$400–600
641
$1,000–1,500
one of two
642
one of four
MAPS OF NEW JERSEY AND PENNSYLVANIA
Map of Philadelphia and parts adjacent, by N. Scull and G. Heap
and Boston town plan and harbor chart
Hand-colored engravings (framed separately)
Each: 12” x 14” (both pictured online)
Four: All engraved on laid paper (one in color), 18th/19th c.
Largest: 53 1/4” x 21 3/4” (all pictured online)
$600–800
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644
645
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON SIGNED
DOCUMENT
ULYSSES S GRANT SIGNED PARDON
MARTIN VAN BUREN INDIAN LAND
GRANT
On laid paper, authorizing contractors to
give one pint of whiskey to the Chickasaw
Indians in Greenville, Ohio dated April 17th,
1794, framed with engraved portrait of
Harrison
Framed: 17 1/4” x 14 3/4”
Conditional pardon for Stephen Bradley
dated May 28th, 1873
11 1/4” x 8 1/2”
$700–900
On vellum, granting land from the Creek
Tribe of Indians to the James G. Watson
Company dated April 15, 1840
16 3/4” x 12”
$1,000–1,500
$800–1,200
18TH C. MAPS OF PHILADELPHIA & BOSTON
$800–1,200
643
one of ninety
646
647
ABRAHAM LINCOLN PAPER KITE
WILLIAM HOGARTH (English, 1697-1764)
Woodblock portrait of Lincoln below an eagle with arrows and
flags with wood ribs, U.S.A., mid to late 19th c.
15 1/2” x 12”
Leather bound book of 90 engravings complete with fitted
portfolio
23 3/4” x 18 1/2” (additional image online)
$1,000–1,500
PROVENANCE
Gifted to John Jeffreys and his wife Elizabeth Darrell by Hogarth
ca. 1730
Authenticated by Auslander and Wittgenstein, Inc. New York, NY
in August of 1984.
$2,000–3,000
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one of three
653
JONI MITCHELL (Canadian, B. 1943)
648
one of seven
649
one of eight
652
FRED H. KISER (American, 1878-1955)
BAYARD WOOTTEN (American, 1875-1959)
FRANCES ALLEN (1854-1941) AND MARY ALLEN (1858-1941)
Seven vintage silver gelatin prints including two hand-colored
examples, five images of the landscape of the American West, one
image of a figure climbing a mountain and another example of a
sailboat on a lake, U.S.A., early 20th c.
Six with Kiser Photo Co. blindstamp, one pencil signed on mat
Sailboat: 10 5/8” x 13 1/2” (all pictured online)
Eight vintage silver gelatin prints, including: Man Reaping,
Penland, NC (Cole Dixon), Seated Man in Front of Cabin, Man with
Sharpening Stone, Portrait of a Bearded Man, Woman Standing
with Blankets, Cabin Landscape, Stone Chapel and Stone Cabin,
U.S.A., ca. 1930s
Man Reaping: 13 3/4” x 10 5/8” (all pictured online)
The Whipper Will
Silver developed out print, Deerfield, Massachusetts, ca. 1880s
Stamped on reverse and titled in pencil
8 1/2” x 6 1/2”
$500–700
$800–1,200
650
one of seven
651
one of six
$500–700
Chemistry, the complete portfolio
Composed of three photographic intaglio prints after photos
taken by Joel Bernstein, enclosed within the original silver
cardboard portfolio, Cynthia Marsh, printer, 98/100, ca. 1976
Each pencil signed by Mitchell and Marsh, stamped on reverse
10 1/2” x 14 3/4” (all pictured online)
Note: Joni Mitchell gave this portfolio of prints as a Christmas gift
to her friends and family shortly after the release of her album,
Hejira.
$2,500–3,500
one of twenty-six
654
HAROLD EDGERTON (American, 1903-1990)
NATIVE AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPH GROUP
AMERICAN VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH GROUP
Seven silver gelatin prints, including: Rodeo at Boston Garden
(1941), Rodeo (1941), Howard Diving (1949) along with four other
attributed examples, U.S.A., ca. 1940s
Howard Diving: 10” x 8 1/4” (all pictured online)
Six vintage silver gelatin prints, including panoramic image of
Blackfoot Indian Powwow, Browning, Montana, U.S.A., early to mid
20th c.
Unmarked except handwritten pencil notations on Blackfoot
photo
5 1/2” x 19 1/2” (all pictured online)
Twenty-six vintage silver gelatin prints, including work by George
French (7), Frank Clodfelter (2), Brown Brothers (1), Ralph (R.I.)
Gifford (12) and Ewing Galloway (4), U.S.A., early to mid 20th c.
All stamped
8 1/4” x 10” (additional images online)
$600–800
$400–600
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$500–700
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656
659
660
AFTER DOUGLAS VOLK (American 1856-1935)
ANDREE KARPELES (French, b. 1885)
19TH C. NATIVE AMERICAN PRINTS
19TH C. NATIVE AMERICAN PRINTS
Two pieces: Silver gelatin print and a photogravure after Volk’s
1921 portrait of Abraham Lincoln, ca. 1920-30s
Each inscribed and signed
Photogravure: 24” x 18 1/2” (both pictured online)
Untitled (portrait of an American soldier), 1918
Pastel on paper (framed)
Signed and dated
18” x 15”
Four hand-colored lithographs on original full folio sheets from
McKenney & Hall’s History of the Indian Tribes, 1838-39 (unframed)
Published by F.W. Greenough, Philadelphia
19 1/2” x 14 1/2” (sheet, each)
Four hand-colored lithographs from McKenney & Hall’s History of
the Indian Tribes, 1838-39 (framed)
Published by F.W. Greenough, Philadelphia, 1836
18” x 13 1/4” (sight, each)
$300–500
$600–800
$800–1,200
$1,200–1,600
655
657
658
ROBERT FIELD (English-American, 1769-1819) ATTR.
PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN POLITICIAN
PORTRAITS
Military watercolor on paper portrait of Admiral Sir Edward
Belcher, Nova Scotia British Naval officer, label on back reads
“Painted by Robert Field at Halifax about 1817”
4” x 3 1/2” (sight)
$600–800
one of two
Oil on board George Washington and oil on lead Henry Clay,
American statesmen, U.S.A., 19th c.
George Washington portrait signed
8 1/2” x 7” (framed) (both pictured online)
$400–600
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661
662
663
REPLICA OF A CIVIL WAR CANNON
AND CAISSON
UNITED STATES MILITARY ARCHIVE
WAR OF 1812 EPAULETS AND
SHOULDER STRAPS
Miniature model of a 12-pound Napoleon
cannon complete with caisson, along with
an ambrotype of a soldier in a velvet lined
gutta percha frame, U.S.A., ca. 1860s
Overall: 32” x 8” x 9 1/4”
$3,000–5,000
World War II era archive of USN Lester
Stanek, CTRC including ephemera related
to USS Prairie, a Navy dress visor cap
(ID’ed), grouping of medals and ribbon
bars including Good Conduct (ID’ed),
two Aircrew wings (one sterling), various
patches and insignia, four Army Air
Force training films from Ft. Lee, NJ, and
regimental history of the 349th Infantry
Division between 1944-45.
$500–700
181
Six pieces: Two epaulets and shoulder
straps along with a regimental insignia
and aiguillette with acorn terminations, all
belonging to 1st Lieutenant Alfred Myrick
of the 59th Regiment in the New York
Infantry. Accompanied by a handwritten
note dated October 6, ‘42
Epaulets: 7 1/2” x 5 1/2”
$300–500
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665
KENOJUAK ASHEVAK (Canadian, 1927-2013)
KENOJUAK ASHEVAK (Canadian, 1927-2013)
Dogs See the Spirits, 1960
Skin stencil (framed)
31/50
Signed, titled, dated, numbered and located in pencil along lower margin
with artist’s stamp at lower left corner
Sight: 17” x 22 1/2” inches
The Woman Who Lives in the Sun, 1960
Stonecut (framed)
41/50
Signed, titled, dated, numbered and located in pencil along lower margin,
with artist’s stamp at lower left corner
Sight: 19” x 24 1/2”
$7,000–9,000
$10,000–15,000
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667
669
670
EDWARD BEN YAZZIE (American, 20th c.)
CHARLES CRAIG (Attr.) (American, 1846-1931)
INUIT SOAPSTONE SCULPTURE
INUIT STONE CARVINGS
Day Night Chant, late 20th c.
Native American sand painting (framed)
Unmarked
24” x 24”
Untitled (Native Americans on horseback at a water crossing)
Gouache on paper (framed)
Unmarked
12 1/4” x 18 1/2” (sight)
Carved figure with seal, Northwest North America, 20th c.
Unmarked
6” x 11” x 11”
Three stone carvings of figures holding seals,
Northwest North America, 20th c.
Tallest: 10 3/4”
$300–500
$1,000–1,500
$400–600
PROVENANCE
Christie’s, New York
$1,000–1,500
668
671
672
CHARLES CRAIG (Attr.) (American, 1846-1931)
INUIT SOAPSTONE SCULPTURE
INUIT SOAPSTONE SCULPTURE
Untitled (Native Americans on horseback in the American West)
Gouache on paper (framed)
Unmarked
14 1/2” x 18 1/4” (sight)
Carved seal form with figurative profiles, Northwest North
America, 20th c.
Signed with syllabics
10 1/2” x 10 1/4” x 7”
Carved abstract face, Northwest North America, 20th c.
Unmarked
7” x 16 1/2” x 4 1/2”
$1,000–1,500
$400–600
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$300–500
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673
674
675
677
PRISON MADE HORSEHAIR BRIDLE
PRISON MADE HORSEHAIR BRIDLE
PRISON MADE HORSEHAIR BRIDLE
PUEBLO/SAN ILDEFONSO OLLA
Possibly Laramie Territorial, Wyoming,
geometric designs in natural and black
with revolvers on bands, U.S.A., 20th c.
Approximately: 27” x 7”
Possibly Deer Lodge Montana, dog and
horse rosettes, geometric designs in red
and green, open leather reins, U.S.A., 20th
c.
Approximately: 23 1/2” x 7” x 6”
Possibly Deer Lodge Montana, dog and
horse rosettes, geometric designs in red,
pink and green, closed leather reins, U.S.A.,
20th c.
Approximately: 25” x 7” x 6”
Redware with black geometric design, New Mexico, early 20th c.
Unsigned
9 3/4” x 11”
$1,000–1,500
$1,000–1,500
$2,000–3,000
676
one of four
$4,000–6,000
678
679
NAVAJO TEXTILE GROUP
SQUASH BLOSSOM SILVER AND TURQUOISE JEWELRY
ZUNI JEWELRY GROUP
Four pieces: Each woven with geometric designs, three weavings
are affixed with fabric hanging tabs on reverse, U.S.A., 20th c.
Largest: 60” x 39” (all pictured online)
Five pieces: Necklace, bracelet, ring and earrings, each composed
of silver mounts and turquoise stones, U.S.A., 20th c.
Unmarked
Necklace: 18 1/2” x 5 1/2” x 1/2”
Eight pieces: Pair of turquoise cluster earrings and pendant,
turquoise and silver earrings and necklace along with two
additional necklaces, U.S.A., 20th c.
Some marked
Pendant diameter: 3”
$800–1,200
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$800–1,200
$400–600
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one of five
680
681
AMERICAN INDIAN BEADED GROUP
AMERICAN INDIAN BEADED BLANKET STRIPS
Five pieces: Two Iroquois beaded fabric bags, one beaded hide
bag with fringe, beaded belt and beaded skull cap adorned with
flowers, U.S.A., 20th c.
Hide bag: 18 1/2” x 9 1/2” x 1/2”
(all pictured online)
Two pieces: Beaded hide with dark blue geometric design on
light blue ground with green borders along with another leather
example with rectangular beaded reserves and metal studs,
U.S.A., late 19th/early 20th c.
Unmarked
Longest: 3 1/4” x 35” x 1/4”
$400–600
$400–600
685
686
THIRD PHASE GERMANTOWN NAVAJO CHIEF’S BLANKET
CHIPPEWA INDIAN BEADED BANDOLIER BAG
Black and white striped ground with central diamond medallion
surrounded by eight partial diamonds at corners and edges, fringe
remnants at each corner, U.S.A., late 19th/early 20th c.
82” x 65”
Composed of red wood trade cloth and silk border details,
geometric beadwork to bag and straps, tab pendants with
wool tassels, U.S.A., late 19th/early 20th c.
Unmarked
38” x 7 1/2”
$4,000–6,000
682
683
684
PLAINS INDIAN BEADED MOCCASINS
AMERICAN INDIAN BEADED HIDE
MOCCASINS
AMERICAN INDIAN BEADED HIDE
BOOT MOCCASINS
Pair decorated with red, white and blue
beaded geometric design, red wool exterior
border, U.S.A., late 19th/early 20th c.
Unmarked
3 1/4” x 10” x 4 1/4”
Pair decorated with red, white and blue
beaded geometric designs, U.S.A., late
19th/early 20th c.
Unmarked
13 1/2” x 9 1/2” x 3 1/2”
$700–900
$800–1,200
Pair of beaded hide moccasins decorated
with blue and pink checkerboard pattern,
U.S.A., late 19th/early 20th c.
Unmarked
4” x 11 1/2” x 4 1/2”
$300–400
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687
688
PLAINS INDIAN BEADED HIDE PIPE BAG
AMERICAN INDIAN HIDE, CLOTH AND BEADED DOLLS
White beaded ground with green diamond forms, beaded tab
pendants with long fringe, U.S.A., late 19th/early 20th c.
Unmarked
29 1/2” x 7 1/2”
Six dolls: Four larger dolls accompanied by two smaller examples,
each dressed in beaded hide, U.S.A., late 19th/early 20th c.
Unmarked
Largest: 12” x 5” x 2”
$500–700
$400–600
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determined in the sole and exclusive judgment
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or challenge any bid or advance in the bidding,
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applied to the hammer price of each lot equal to
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and $3 million.
For purchases made in the room or by phone or
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between $200,000 and $3 million.
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Cash. Check. Wire Transfers. Money Order. Visa.
MasterCard. Discover. PayPal. (NOTE: A 2%
surcharge will be added for payments made by Visa,
MasterCard, Discover or PayPal. See Terms of Sale
paragraph 3.)
All payments are due immediately upon receipt of
invoice. We reserve the right to hold all goods paid
for by check until payment has cleared.
If payment is not received within fifteen (15) days,
the Auction House reserves the right to impose
from the date of sale a late charge of 1 1/2% a
month of the total purchase price.
5. Payment, Collection, and Shipping
Responsibilities of Buyer
Buyer Obligations: On the fall of the auctioneer’s
hammer, title to the property immediately
transfers to the successful bidder who, in turn,
becomes the buyer of the Property. The buyer
immediately assumes full risk and responsibility
for the purchased Property, including all costs and
expenses of handling, shipping, insurance, taxes,
export, and otherwise, and is liable for the full
purchase price, plus the buyer’s premium, applicable
taxes, and any other associated expenses.
Collection of Property and Storage Charges:
The buyer will pay for the purchased Property
immediately and remove it from the premises of the
Auction House within fourteen (14) days of the sale.
We are not responsible for any damage or loss on
property purchased but not removed from premises.
If the purchased Property is not removed within
thirty (30) days of the sale, the buyer will thereafter
be assessed a $10 per lot storage charge per day.
The Auction House may, at its discretion, remove
the purchased Property to public storage at the
buyer’s risk and expense. All associated charges will
be added to the total invoice and must be paid in
full before the Property will be released.
Those who choose to pick up their property from
the Auction House following the sale must call
24 hours in advance to arrange pick-up. Regular
hours for pick up are Monday – Friday, from 9:00
a.m. – 11:30 a.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Please bring your own packing materials. The
Auction House is closed on Federal holidays and on
Mondays following full auction weekends. Weekend
pick-ups are made by special arrangement and/or
by appointment only. Note: New Jersey sales tax of
7% must be added to your invoice when picking up
merchandise unless you have a valid resale number
on file.
The buyer is responsible for the shipment of
all purchased property. We will work with any
shipper of your choosing. If you have any shipping
preference for any reason, please make sure your
shipper carries insurance. We are not responsible
for any damage or loss that occurs while your
objects are in another’s care. We will also not be
responsible for any damage or loss that occurs
if you choose a shipping method that we have
advised against and we will require a waiver from
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you acknowledging this.
As a convenience to the buyer, the Auction House
will, if requested, give your property to a third party
shipper. This company will pack and ship or arrange
shipment for you via UPS, FedEx or other carrier,
fully insured, for a fee payable in advance by credit
card. Shipments are made within a few days after
payment has been received.
All international customs, duties, and other tariffs
are the responsibility of the Buyer. The Auction
House and all third party shippers will declare the
selling price as the value in all cases.
Shipping larger items: Larger items are objects
such as furniture, andirons, floor vases, or any other
item whose safe packing will exceed the limits of
common carriers. The Auction House can arrange
delivery by freight almost anywhere in the United
States, fully insured, for a fee. The delivery of large,
heavy, or expensive objects is not an inexpensive
proposition and we urge you to consider this before
bidding.
Firearms: Rago sells only antique firearms as
defined by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms. Due to New Jersey firearms regulations,
all handguns, pistols, and revolvers will only be
shipped via Federal Express and will only be
delivered to a person who holds a Federal Firearms
License or a Curios and Relics License. Handguns,
pistols, and revolvers can only be picked up at
Auction House by a person who holds a Federal
Firearms License or the proper New Jersey handgun
permits, which must be shown and logged. There
are no exceptions. No firearms will be sold or
shipped internationally.
Property purchased and left at the auction house
for 90 days will be sold or donated for you.
6. Buyer Default
Remedies: If any of the Terms of Sale are not fully
complied with by the buyer, the buyer will be in
default without need of notice by the Auction
House. The buyer shall be liable to the Auction
House and the consignor for the total purchase
price, including all premiums, charges, and expenses
specified in the Terms of Sale. Interest shall accrue
at the rate of 18% per annum commencing with the
date of the auction. In addition to other remedies
available to the Auction House by law, the Auction
House may, at its option, a) cancel the sale of the
lot(s) on which the buyer defaulted and of any
other lots sold to the defaulting buyer at the same
or any other auction(s) and retain as liquidated
damages all payments made by the buyer, b) resell
the purchased Property, whether at public auction
or private sale, or c) pursue any combination of
a) and b) above. In event of default, the buyer
will be responsible to the Auction House and the
consignor for any deficiency, any and all costs and
expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees,
collection fees and expenses, late charges, and
other damages. The Auction House may, at its
discretion, apply any proceeds of sale otherwise
due to the buyer or monies of the buyer in the
Auction House’s possession to reduce or satisfy the
buyer’s obligations.
Security Interest: As security for full payment to the
Auction House and the consignor of all amounts
due, the buyer grants the Auction House the
right to retain a security interest in the Property
purchased at auction and in any other property or
money of buyer in the Auction House’s possession
or coming the Auction House’s possession
(collectively, ’collateral’). The Auction House shall
have the rights of a secured creditor as provided by
the Uniform Commercial Code and other applicable
law. Such security interest in the Property or other
collateral will cease when the Property is physically
delivered to the buyer or the buyer’s agent.
7. Warranties and Guarantees
All items are served “As-Is, Where-Is,” except
as expressly stated otherwise in the following
paragraph:
All information in the catalogue concerning
authenticity is guaranteed for a period of thirty
(30) days from the date of sale. In that time, prior to
payment to the consignor of the work, the Auction
House will allow the buyer to submit, at his own
expense, an opinion in writing from a recognized
expert, pre-approved by the Auction House and
the purchaser, regarding authenticity. In the event
the work is judged inauthentic by the expert, the
work may be returned in the same condition as
at time of sale and the buyer’s full purchase price
will be refunded. Refunds shall not include costs
of transportation, insurance, or other expenses
that may have been incurred by the buyer. It is the
buyer’s responsibility to make payment in a timely
fashion such that the property can be released and
inspected within this thirty (30) day time frame.
Should the buyer not do so, or should the buyer
request the auction house to delay shipment,
should he give an incorrect shipping address, or be
unavailable to receive shipment, the thirty (30) day
warranty shall still apply. If the Auction House has
paid the consignor the amounts due consignor as a
result of the sale, the Auction House will (i) refund
to the buyer the amount of the buyer’s premium
and applicable taxes received from the buyer, and
(ii) make written demand upon the consignor for
the payment of the balance of the purchase price.
If the consignor fails to honor the written demand
for a refund of the balance of the purchase price,
the Auction House will furnish buyer the name
and address of the consignor, and assign to buyer
all of the Auction House’s rights for the return of
the balance of the purchase price of the affected
lot. Upon this disclosure and assignment, the
Auction House will have no further liability to buyer
or responsibility to pursue the buyer’s claim. The
Auction House will extend reasonable cooperation
to buyer, provided that such cooperation does
not require out-of-pocket expenditures by the
Auction House. This limited right of rescission is
available only to the original buyer and may not be
relied upon by any heir, agent, transferee, assign,
or other third party or assigned to any subsequent
transferee of the Property which gives rise to the
claim.
This Warranty does not cover any description that
states there is a conflict of specialist opinion; any
description that states (or is bracketed in a section
described as) “as-is“ or “not guaranteed.”
This Warranty does not cover any typographical
errors. This Warranty does not cover wear on
furniture. This Warranty does not cover flakes,
surface scratches, or manufacturing flaws in glass
or ceramics.
The description of clocks and lighting devices,
whether in catalogues or condition reports, may
be incomplete and not identify every mechanical
replacement, repair, or defect. The absence of
reference to the condition of a clock or lighting
device does not imply it to be in working condition
or without defects, repairs, restorations, or
replacement parts.
The description of jewelry, whether in catalogues,
condition reports, or any other form, is rendered
as opinion, including, but not limited to, specialist
opinion as to authenticity, the enhancement or
treatment of gemstones, the weight of gemstones,
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the country of origin, the authorship or origin
(manufacture) of an item, its period (or c.) or the
authenticity of its marks.
No warranty is made that any watch is in working
condition or without defects, restorations, or
working parts.
Buyers are advised to check watch works prior to
auction.
All measurements are approximate.
10. Absentee Bids
Absentee bids are requested by no later than
6:00 p.m. on the business day before the auction.
We accept absentee bids by phone, by mail, in
person, or by fax. Absentee bidders are emailed
bid confirmations – If you do not receive a
bid confirmation by the afternoon prior to the
auction, please call us. When you do receive a bid
confirmation, please double check for accuracy.
This disclaimer of liability on our part applies
whether the information is included in the
catalogue, advertisements, announcements, or
communicated through our representatives, bills of
sale, or elsewhere, and whether written or oral.
All absentee bidding is handled as though you are in
attendance. We buy all designated lots for you one
bidding increment above where competition stops.
Please check and comply with these increments. In
case of failure to comply, we will reduce each offincrement bid to the next lower figure.
No Warranty of Reproduction: Neither the
consignor nor we make any warranty or
representation, express or implied, as to whether
a buyer will acquire any reproduction rights,
copyrights or other intellectual property rights in, or
with respect to, the Property.
“Plus” bids: Because of our structured bidding
increments, it is more likely that several people will
leave identical bids. Since an earlier bid left with
the auction house wins in the event of a tie, a later
bid with an added “plus” bid to the next increment
would win the piece.
The Auction House makes no warranties, express
or implied, as to the merchantability or fitness for
purpose except as otherwise expressly stated in
these Terms of Sale.
Absentee bids left with third party online bidding
platforms are sent to the auction house as the lot
comes up for auction and not before. There is no
time advantage to absentee bids left with third
party online bidding platforms.
8. Qualifying to Bid
As a security measure for our consignors and our
company, all bidders must establish credit. You will
be asked to furnish identification and a valid credit
card number, credit references and/or (for absentee,
phone and online bidders) an initial deposit in the
form of a pre-authorization hold equal to 10% of the
low estimate of the total number of lots on which
you are bidding. First time and international buyers
bidding on Asian lots with a total low estimate of
$5,000 or greater will be asked to a) furnish an
initial deposit in the form of a pre-authorization
hold equal to 30% and b) grant the Auction House
the right to charge your credit card 30% of the
selling price on the day of sale. If you are acting as
another’s agent or principal, we may request a letter
of authorization. If you are successful and do not
remit payment as specified, the amount owed will
be charged to your credit card together with such
charges set forth in these terms of sale. If you have
any questions, contact Eliane Talec, ext. 118.
Bidding Numbers: All bidders must register and
receive a bidding number from the Auction House
prior to bidding at the auction.
9. Bidding Increments
All unreserved bidding starts at 50% of the low
estimate unless there are two or more competing
absentee bids in excess of this figure. The
auctioneer has the sole and exclusive power,
discretion, and authority to regulate the bidding
and its increments.
Increments
• $10 until $100 is reached
• $25 until $500 is reached
• $50 until $1,000 is reached
• $100 until $3,000 is reached
• $250 until $5,000 is reached
• $500 until $10,000 is reached
• $1,000 until $30,000 is reached
• $2,500 until $50,000 is reached
• $5,000 until $100,000 is reached
• $10,000 over $100,000
All absentee bidder names and bids are held in
strictest confidence, disclosed only in the event of a
question after the sale.
Absentee bidding is a convenience offered to our
customers and, while we will make every effort to
execute your instructions, the Auction House is not
liable or responsible for any errors or failure to do so.
If you place absentee bids with the Auction House,
then choose to attend in person, bid by phone or
any other means, it is solely your responsibility to
cancel any or all absentee bids prior to the start of
the auction.
11. Telephone Bids
Rago guarantees you a line and a phone agent for
bidding until 4 PM on the day prior to an auction.
After that time, we will gladly accept your absentee
bids, even during the auction (up to 30 minutes
before a lot goes on the block). Changes to bid
lists left with us prior to the deadline will always
be accommodated as best we can, as will follow-up
phone bids for those who attend/must leave the
auction and other exceptional cases.
If you need condition reports, please request and
review them prior to reserving phone lines.
Telephone bidders are emailed bid confirmations
– If you do not receive a bid confirmation by the
afternoon prior to the auction, please call us. When
you do receive a bid confirmation, please double
check for accuracy.
We can call you at two phone numbers ONLY during
the auction. If you are unsure of where you or your
agent will be during the sale, we recommend you
leave absentee bids.
Please do not change your phone number after
your phone lines have been confirmed; if you do,
the Auction House will not be responsible for any
breakdown in communications. Overseas phone
numbers only will be confirmed the day before the
auction.
We do not have the capacity to assign phone agents
to clients who want to listen only or who will not bid
the minimum selling price. Therefore, if you bid by
phone, you must be willing to open bidding and bid
to within 2/3 of the low estimate should the bidding
go that far. You may, however, leave absentee bids
for any amount.
the Auction House and at the caller’s risk. Telephone
bidding is a convenience offered to our customers
and, while we will make every effort to execute
your instructions, the Auction House is not liable or
responsible for any errors or failure to do so.
If you place absentee bids with the Auction House
or Live Auctioneers and also bid in person, by phone
or any other means, it is solely your responsibility
to cancel any or all absentee bids prior to the start
of the auction. If you do not or cannot, regardless
of reason, you will be held responsible for the
property’s purchase.
15. Estimates
The estimates provided in this catalogue are our
opinion of the price that a willing buyer would
pay for the property at auction, based, where
possible, on prices paid for comparable items sold
in the past. They are neither a representation nor
a prediction of the actual selling price that will be
realized at auction, post-auction sale, or upon resale,
which may be substantially different from these
estimates. We shall not be liable in any way for such
a difference.
16. Withdrawal of Property from Sale
12. Internet Bids
The Auction House has also engaged the services of
third party online bidding platforms called Bidsquare
and Live Auctioneers. Please proceed to these sites
for all necessary information on how to bid and
buy online using this system. The user of Bidsquare
and/or Live Auctioneers indemnifies and holds
the Auction House and its consignors harmless
against any claim arising out of or resulting from
your use of the Bidsquare and/or Live Auctioneers
sites, including all losses, damages, liabilities,
and all fees (including attorney’s fees), costs, and
expenses incurred in connection with any claim.
Under no circumstances, including, but not limited
to, negligence, shall the Auction House and its
consignors be liable for lost profits or any special,
incidental, or consequential damages that result
from the use of, or the inability to use, this site.
If you place absentee bids with the Auction House
and/or a third party site and also bid in person,
by phone or any other means, it is solely your
responsibility to cancel these absentee bids prior
to the start of the auction. If you do not or cannot,
regardless of reason, you will be held responsible for
the property’s purchase.
Absentee bids left with third party online bidding
platforms are released to the Auction House when
a lot comes up for sale. The Auction House cannot
distinguish these from bids made in real time. They
have no timed advantage.
13. Condition Reports
Condition reports are rendered as specialist
opinion by the staff of the Auction House and/or
independent consultants and not as statements of
fact. We do not guarantee the content of written or
verbal condition reports.
Up-to-date condition reports can be accessed
online at ragoarts.com. If you would like additional
information, please call (609) 397-9374, fax
condition report requests to (609) 397-9377 or
e-mail them to [email protected] Our specialists
will respond to requests as quickly as possible.
Please be patient. We get many requests and we
make every effort to respond to all of them in a
timely fashion. The Auction House is not liable or
responsible for any errors or failure to do so.
A reserve is the confidential minimum price
established by the Auction House and the
consignor. The reserve will never exceed the low
estimate of the lot. The Auction House prohibits
consignors from bidding on their own property, but
may implement the reserve by bidding on behalf of
the consignor at the auction up to the reserve.
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17. Rescission by Buyer
All items are served “As-Is, Where-Is,” except as
expressly stated otherwise in Paragraph 7. Buyer
acknowledges and expressly agrees that the
provisions of this Paragraph state the sole and
exclusive remedy available to a buyer in the event
of non-conformity in Property purchased. The buyer
understands and agrees that the exclusive remedy
for any breach of the warranty shall be a rescission
of the sale and a refund of the original purchase
price (bid plus buyer’s premium), as well as any
applicable taxes paid. Neither the Auction House
nor its Consignor shall be liable for damages beyond
the remedy expressly provided for herein, such as,
but not limited to, direct, indirect, special, incidental,
punitive, or consequential, including the loss of
profit or revenue, cost of obtaining alternative
property, claims of customers of the buyer or
otherwise.
18. Rescission by the Auction House
In the event the Auction House receives notice of an
adverse claim with respect to purchased Property,
the Auction House shall have the right (but not the
obligation), in its sole and absolute discretion, to
rescind the sale to the buyer, upon written notice to
the buyer. Upon such notice, the buyer will promptly
return the purchased property to the Auction
House’s premises in the same condition as when
purchased.
The Auction House will then promptly refund the
purchase price, including the buyer’s premium
and applicable taxes paid. Buyer will have no
further recourse against the Auction House or the
consignor, and the Auction House and the consignor
shall not be liable for any damages of any nature
suffered by the buyer.
19. Governing Law and Forum for Disputes
14. Reserves
Bids are placed on the telephone at the discretion of
The Auction House reserves the right to withdraw
property from the sale for any reason and with no
liability whatsoever for such withdrawal.
The laws of New Jersey shall govern the auctions
of the Auction House. Any disputes that may arise
in connection with the auction and/or any auction
purchase, and all of the terms and conditions
set forth herein above, shall be governed by and
construed in accordance with New Jersey law.
Anyone who participates in the auction and/or
makes auction purchases agrees to submit to the
jurisdiction of the courts of the State of New Jersey
with respect to any dispute arising in connection
with the auction and/or any auction purchases. In
the event that the Auction House needs to bring an
action to enforce the terms and conditions herein
and/or to collect any sum due and owing to it the
Auction House shall be entitled in addition to collect
its reasonable attorney’s fees, collection agency
fees, and cost of suit.
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20. Limitations of Liability
The Auction House acts only as the agent for the
consignor and in no event will be liable for any
breach or default by the consignor.
21. Severability and Waiver
If any provision of portion of these Terms of Sale
shall be deemed unlawful, void, or unenforceable
under applicable law, that provision or portion
shall be stricken and severed from the remaining
provisions, which shall remain in full force and
effect. Failure to enforce any of the provisions in
these Terms of Sale shall not be deemed a waiver
of the right to enforce any other provisions of these
Terms of Sale.
22. No Assignment
Unless the Auction House consents in writing,
buyers may not assign their rights or any of their
obligations related to an auction or other sale by the
Auction House.
23. No Modifications
These Terms of Sale may not be changed unless the
Auction House and buyer have agreed to do so in a
written agreement signed by both parties.
24. Export or Import - Endangered/Threatened/
Prohibited Species
The State of New Jersey prohibits the import,
sale, purchase, barter, or possession with intent
to sell of any ivory, ivory product, rhinoceros
horn, or rhinoceros horn product with exceptions
that are irrelevant to commercial sale. As used
in this act “Ivory” means tooth or tusk from any
animal, including, but not limited to an elephant,
hippopotamus, mammoth, narwhal, walrus, or
whale, or any piece thereof, whether raw ivory
or worked ivory, or made into, or part of, an ivory
product. As concerns worked products made
of species legal to sell under current Federal
guidelines, it is the sole responsibility of buyers
to familiarize themselves with International and
U.S. state laws or requirements for import and
export; to identify and obtain any necessary export,
import, endangered species or other permit prior
to bidding; and to abide by International and U.S.
laws and requirements. The Auction House and the
Consignor make no representations or warranties
as to whether any lot is or is not subject to export
or import restrictions or any embargoes and will
have no responsibility with regard to these matters.
a) International: Several countries do not allow the
importation of lots containing materials made from
endangered species. This includes, but is not limited
to coral and tortoiseshell. An export license may be
required for the export of certain materials, as well.
b) State of California: California Penal Code sections
653o - 653r make it illegal to import into California
for commercial purposes, to possess with intent to
sell, or to sell within the state, the dead body, or any
part or product thereof, of any polar bear, leopard,
ocelot, tiger, cheetah, jaguar, sable antelope,
wolf (Canis lupus), zebra, whale, cobra, python,
sea turtle, colobus monkey, kangaroo, vicuna, sea
otter, free-roaming feral horse, dolphin or porpoise
(Delphinidae), Spanish lynx, or elephant. Starting
in 2015, it will be unlawful to import into this state
for commercial purposes, to possess with intent
to sell, or to sell within the state, the dead body,
or any part or product thereof, of any crocodile or
alligator. Should a buyer in California state an intent
to sell the certain animal parts named in California
Penal Code sections 653o - 653r, the Auction House
reserves the right to reject bids and refuse to ship.
Addendum to Terms of Sale: Coins and Currency
25. Firearms
Rago sells only antique firearms as defined by the
U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. All
Firearms will be sold in accordance with State of
New Jersey and Federal firearms laws and any
relevant State of New Jersey and Federal laws. It
is the sole responsibility of buyers to familiarize
themselves with their local laws and requirements
for the possession of firearms; to identify and obtain
any necessary license or permit prior to bidding;
and to abide by all Federal, State and local laws
and requirements. The Auction House and the
Consignor make no representations or warranties
as to whether any lot is or is not subject to such
restrictions and will have no responsibility with
regard to these matters. Rago sells only antique
firearms as defined by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol,
Tobacco and Firearms. Due to New Jersey firearms
regulations, all handguns, pistols, and revolvers will
only be shipped via Federal Express and will only be
delivered to a person who holds a Federal Firearms
License or a Curios and Relics License. Handguns,
pistols, and revolvers can only be picked up at
Auction House by a person who holds a Federal
Firearms License or the proper New Jersey handgun
permits, which must be shown and logged. There are
no exceptions. No firearms will be sold or shipped
internationally.
26. Miscellaneous
Private Sales: These Terms of Sale shall apply to
both auction and private sales of property.
Paragraph Headings: Paragraph and subheadings
are included in these Terms of Sale for ease of
reference and should not be used to interpret the
meaning of the substantive provisions.
Addendum to Terms of Sale: Jewelry
For centuries, natural gemstones have been
enhanced in a variety of ways, including heating,
oiling and other methods. These treatments are
accepted by the international jewelry and gemstone
trade. The Auction House makes no representations
or warranties, express or implied, as to whether
natural stones have been treated or enhanced,
whether specifically referenced or not.
All stones have been identified by standard
gemological field tests as the mounting permits
and the Auction House will make available to
prospective buyers any gemological certificates in
its possession. It will not always be feasible to obtain
a qualified lab report on every stone offered through
the Auction House. Buyers wishing to have a
grading or gemological report from an independent
recognized laboratory such as the Gemological
Institute of America, the European
Gemological Laboratories or the American
Gemological Institute may request one at their own
expense or hire an independent adviser of their
choosing.
Weights given are based solely on measurements
and known gemological formulae; they are
approximate, not exact. Weight may differ once a
stone is removed from its setting. Buyers are advised
to verify weight estimates prior to auction
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Grading is a not an exact science. It is a matter
of opinion as to condition and other attributes.
Because of this, grading can and will differ among
third party grading services (even though consensus
grading is employed by most), independent experts,
dealers, collectors and auction houses, including our
own. Due to the subjectivity of coin and currency
grading, a given piece evaluated twice by the same
expert may be assigned a different grade each
time. Opinion as to the grading, condition or other
attributes of any property may have a material
effect on value.
Therefore all coins and currency are served “As-Is,
Where-Is,” by the Auction House except as to
authenticity, as expressly stated in the Terms of
Sale. They are sold without any additional express or
implied warranty, including, but not limited to, grade.
This includes all coins and currency, including, but
not limited to, those:
RAGO GREAT ESTATES DEPARTMENT
SHIPPING/RECEIPT OF PURCHASED PROPERTY
Auction Management: Miriam Tucker
A bid is a contract to buy. So on the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer, the successful bidder becomes
the owner and assumes full responsibility for the purchased property. This includes all costs and the
expenses of any handling, shipping, insurance, taxes, or export.
Director: Chris Wise
Specialists: Sebastian Clarke, Laura Nash (Art)
Junior Specialist: Gina Tomasello
Administrator: Kelly Cleaver
Outside Services: Tom Martin
RAGO ARTS AND AUCTION CENTER
• Referencing the opinion of a third-party
grading service;
Partners-in-Charge:
David Rago, Suzanne Perrault, Miriam Tucker
• With no reference to the opinion of a thirdparty grading service;
Chief Operating Officer: Michael Ingham
• With reference to the opinion of Auction
House as to grading;
• Subsequently submitted to a third-party
grading service for determination or certification;
• Encapsulated and therefore unable to be
physically examined.
The Auction House reserves the right to differ with
the grades assigned to property, by certificate or
otherwise, regardless of the grading service and will
not be bound by any prior or subsequent opinion,
determination or certification by third-party grading
services including, but not limited to, National
Guaranty Company (NGC), Professional Coin Grading
Service (PCGS), Paper Money Guaranty (PMG) and
Currency Grading and Authentication (CGA) or any
other any grading service, third party organization
or dealer. There is no guarantee or warranty implied
or expressed that the grading standards utilized by
the Auction House will meet the standards of any
grading service at any time in the future.
The Auction House has graded uncertified coins
and currency with reference to the current
interpretation of the American Numismatic
Association’s standards at the time of grading.
The Auction House reserves the right to re-grade
property re-consigned for any reasons, including,
but not limited to a change of grading standards,
differences in opinion, mishandling over time.
The Auction House will not be liable for any patent
or latent defect or controversy pertaining to or
arising from any encapsulated coins or currency. In
any such instance, purchaser’s remedy, if any, shall
be solely against the service certifying.
Please note:
• Certain types of plastic may react with a
coin’s metal or transfer plasticizer to notes, causing
damage. Avoid storage in materials that are not
inert.
• Catalog illustrations may not be to scale or
reflect the depicted property’s actual size.
When the Auction Center receives and processes your payment, your property is released for shipping,
delivery by freight, or pick-up. Please allow up to three weeks.
NOTE: Some property in this sale may require specialized shipping. Please call us for our
recommendations.
SHIPPING SMALL ITEMS BY COMMON CARRIER (UPS, FEDEX, DHL OR USPS):
We have engaged shippers to pick up several times a week from the auction house. Our recommended
shippers for small items are Masterpiece Shipping and The Flemington UPS Store. Once we receive
your payment and the completed shipping form authorizing the release of your property to the
shipper, we will add your lot(s) to the list for the next pick up. You will receive a shipping quote for your
approval within 48 hours after the shipper has picked up your lot(s). If for any reason the quote is not
acceptable to you, your property will be returned to the auction house so that you can make alternate
arrangements.
Masterpiece Shipping
Chief Administrative Officer: Eliane Talec
David and Vicki Child, Owners-Operators
Buckingham Green
Director, Estate Services: Sebastian Clarke
Director, Appraisal Services: Laurel Porcelli
4950-C Old York Road
Buckingham, PA 18912-2000
T: 215-794-1199 | F: 215-794-1177
Art Director: Anthony Barnes
The UPS Store #1752
Photography Studio Director:
Lynnette Mager Wynn
Photographer: Jared Kramer
Photography Intern: Breanna Sokoloff
Client Services Manager: Karen Davies
Client Services: Martine Webber
Foreman of Operations: Croix Leadem
Art Handlers and Movers: Casey Kochis (foreman),
Charles Chamberlin, Jason Kwon, Sean Leslie,
Richard Palleschi, Justin Thomas
203 Main Street
Flemington, NJ 08822
T: 908-806-4842 | F: 908-806-4843
SHIPPING LARGER ITEMS BY FREIGHT:
Some furniture, bulky or odd shaped items may exceed the allowable dimensions or weight restrictions
of UPS, Fed Ex and similar carriers. The auction house can provide assistance in arranging for delivery
by freight. Depending on the location, we can recommend a variety of third party shippers. We are
also happy to work with the freight company of your choosing. Please keep in mind that delivery of
these types of items can be an expensive proposition and we urge you to consider this before bidding.
Please remember that it is your responsibility to pay for all deliveries.
PICK UP AT RAGO:
Hours for pick up are Monday – Friday, from 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The shipping department closes each day from 11:30 – 1:30. The Auction House is closed on Federal
holidays and on Mondays following two and three day auctions. We require 24 hours’ notice in
advance of pick up. Please bring your own packing materials.
Display by: Arlen Sam Brown
IMPORTANT NOTES:
Controller: Lisa Kolva
Weekend pick ups are made by special arrangement and/or by appointment only.
Marketing Associate: Adrienne Lieberman
New Jersey sales tax of 7% must be added to your invoice when picking up merchandise unless you
have a valid resale number on file.
Digital Content Creator: Nicholas Fonteix
All property must be paid for and removed from Rago Arts & Auction Center within 15 business days of
the auction. Unless special arrangements are agreed upon in writing before the sale. Storage fees are
charged beginning on day 16. For more details see our Terms of Sale.
Public Relations/Marketing Assistant: Robin Harris
Auction Administration: Rebecca Schild
Administrative Staff: Kathy Buscavage, Guy Benthin
Our thanks to the entire auction staff.
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CONDITION REPORT FORM
phone: 609.397.9374
fax: 609.397.9377
We are happy to provide you with condition reports on all lots as requested. We are neither professional restorers nor conservators
and specialist opinions are subjective and not a statement of fact. Therefore, we do not guarantee the content of the written or verbal
condition report. Not withstanding this report, all lots are offered and sold in accordance with the Terms of Sale listed in print and online
at ragoarts.com.
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Add to/confirm in AuctionFlex
Date __________________________________________________________________________
BIDDING FORM
Buyer Number
phone: 609.397.9374
fax: 609.397.9377
e-mail: [email protected]
ABSENTEE BID
PHONE BID
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If using Resale ID, a copy must accompany this form.
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PLEASE ADHERE TO THE
BIDDING INCREMENTS
$10 until $100 is reached
$25 until $500 is reached
$50 until $1,000 is reached
$100 until $3,000 is reached
$250 until $5,000 is reached
$500 until $10,000 is reached
$1,000 until $30,000 is reached
$2,500 until $50,000 is reached
$5,000 until $100,000 is reached
$10,000 over $100,000
Rago’s guarantees you a line and
a phone agent for bidding until 4
PM on the day prior to an auction.
After that time, we will gladly
accept your absentee bids, even
during the auction and will do our
best to accomodate before the lot
goes on the block.
TELEPHONE BID PHONE NUMBER – DAY OF SALE:
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2).
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CHECK, SIGN AND DATE BELOW OR BIDS WILL NOT BE EXECUTED
I am bound by Terms of Sale
I have read the condition report(s) online / requested all needed information
I am responsible to contact Rago if bid confirmation is not received by 5pm on the day prior to the auction
I am responsible for canceling Absentee Bid if I choose to bid in person/by phone
I understand the buyer’s premium (see below)
The buyer’s premium for each lot purchased is 25% on the first $200,000 of the hammer price,
20% on the portion from 200,000 through $3,000,000.
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