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American Furniture & Decorative Arts


featuring the Collection of the Roma W. Leland Trust
Sale 2509 August 14 & 15, 2010 Marlborough
American Furniture & Decorative Arts
featuring the Collection of the Roma W. Leland Trust

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AUCTION 2509

Session I - Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 3 p.m.


Session II - Sunday, August 15, 2010 at 10 a.m.
274 Cedar Hill Street
Marlborough, Massachusetts

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6 Provenance

8 Session I - Lots 1-462

54 Session II - Lots 500-1272

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Provenance

Collection of the Roma W. Leland Trust, Washington Court House, Ohio – Lots 1-118 and 418-424

For nearly 70 years Roma Woodmansee Leland of Washington Court House, Ohio, who died in 2009, and her late husband,
John Arthur Leland, were enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and persistent collectors of early American furniture and decorative arts
including, but not limited to, 18th century Chinese porcelain, pewter, paintings, and Oriental rugs. In the 1960s they acquired
many Oriental rugs from the preeminent Oriental rug dealer of the time, Richard Markarian, which will be selling at Skinner in
October. During the same period, the Lelands expanded their collection with numerous acquisitions from well-known antique
dealers and from the sales of Dick Withington, the respected New England auctioneer. Their spacious, cheerful home of Federal
design was built in 1960 to create an appropriate venue for their collection and for them to derive maximum enjoyment from it.
For four decades, John and Roma Leland were popular, familiar figures at the Colonial Williamsburg antique forums. They also
regularly attended antique symposia at Old Deerfield, Massachusetts, Landis Valley, Pennsylvania, and Natchez, Mississippi.

Ceramics from the Collection of Jonathan Rickard

Property Deaccessioned from Fruitlands Museum, Harvard, Massachusetts

Property from the Collection of Milton Crouch, Burlington, Vermont

A Massachusetts Institution

Property Sold for the Benefit of the Brooklyn Museum

Property from a Western Massachusetts antiquarian

Framingham History Center, Framingham, Massachusetts

Property from the Estate of N. David Scotti, Providence, Rhode Island

A Maine Collector

Duxbury, Massachusetts, Antiquarians

A New Hampshire Antiquarian

A Connecticut Family

A Massachusetts Collector

A Texas Estate

Property from the Estate of Nord and Ruth Bowlen, Greenfield, Massachusetts

Property from Collectors in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Nevada,
New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, and Vermont

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Session I - Lots 1-462
to be sold Saturday, August 14th at 3 p.m.
1

1. 4.
Rufus Porter (American, 1792-1884) American School, 19th Century

Portrait Miniature of a Young Woman in Profile, unsigned, Portrait Miniature of a Gentleman in Profile, unsigned, watercolor
watercolor on paper, c. 1830, 4 x 3 1/2 in., in an eglomise mat and on paper, 4 1/8 x 3 5/8 in., in a period mahogany veneer frame.
period frame. Condition: The portrait is painted on a fragment of Condition: Creases with associated paint loss, toning.
paper which is laid down onto another paper, toning, tear u.l. $300-500
$700-900

2. 5.
Six Framed Hollow-cut Silhouettes, America, late 18th/early 19th Lot of Two Works on Paper:
century, three of gentlemen: one by William Bache (1771-1845), with
gouache and ink details, embossed “BACHE’S PATENT” mark under W. Plummer (American, ac. Early 19th Century), Portrait of Young
bust; one by Henry Williams (Boston, 1787-1830), enhanced with Joseph Fairchild Underwood Wearing a Black Coat, signed and
watercolor, embossed “WILLIAMS” under bust; one by William Doyle dated “W. Plummer 1831” l.r., subject identified on the reverse,
(Boston, 1769-1828), with ink details, signed “Doyle” l.l.; three watercolor on paper, 10 x 8 1/8 in., a period walnut veneer frame
silhouettes of ladies: one with ink details and embossed maker’s mark with gilt liner; together with cut and pasted full-length silhouette
for “T.P. JONES PATENT” under bust; one by Isaac Todd (ac. 1807- portraits of a boy and girl, signed “Jeniors” l.r., sight size 8 5/8 x 6
1812), with ink embellishment, embossed “TODD’S PATENT” mark 3/8 in. Condition: Toning, water stains.
under the bust; the last of a young lady with ink details, (toning, $200-300
stains), sight sizes ranging from 2 1/4 x 2 to 5 1/2 x 3 3/4 in.
$700-900

6.
3. Two Carved and Painted Wood Shorebird Figures, America, early
American School, 19th Century to mid-20th century, a sandpiper and a New Jersey black-bellied
plover, with original paint, mounted on wooden bases, (minor paint
Portrait of a Little Girl Wearing a Blue Dress in a Landscape. losses), overall ht. 7, 9 1/2 in.
Unsigned. Watercolor on thin card, 6 7/8 x 5 3/8 in., in a period see illustration p. 155
molded giltwood frame. Condition: Toning, foxing. $300-500
$300-500
7.
American School, 19th Century

Portrait of a Boy Playing with a Hoop. Unsigned. Oil on canvas,


44 1/2 x 30 1/4 in., in a later molded giltwood frame. Condition:
Relined, minor retouch.
$2,000-3,000

8.
American School, 19th Century

Portrait of a Gentleman Holding a Map. Unsigned. Oil on canvas,


c. 1840, 29 3/4 x 25 in., in an ornate period gilt-gesso frame.
Condition: Relined, stable craquelure, cleaned.
$800-1,200

9.
American School, 19th Century

Portrait of a Woman Wearing a Bonnet Adorned with Flowers.


Unsigned. Oil on wood panel, 27 1/2 x 20 1/4 in., in a later molded
giltwood frame. Condition: Panel bowed, minor retouch to c.l. and
l.l.
$2,000-3,000

10.
Pewter Flagon, Chalice, and Deep Dish, America, late 18th/early
19th century, a tapered cylindrical-form flagon with molded fillet, scroll
handle with molded thumbpiece, unmarked, but according to a label
affixed to the bottom, thought to have been made by Samuel 9
Danforth or Thomas Danforth Boardman, also stating that it was part
of a set from St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Plymouth, Connecticut; an
unmarked chalice; and a deep dish with single reeded brim by 12.
Thomas Danforth III, Philadelphia (1777-1818), (scattered pitting, Five Pewter Items, America, 19th century, a water pitcher by Henry
scratches, and dents), ht. 11 7 1/4, 1 1/2, deep dish dia. 11 1/2 in. Homan, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1847-64, a pair of whale oil lamps by
$300-500 Freeman Porter, Westbrook, Maine, 1835-60s; and an unmarked
basin and small plate, (imperfections), ht. 2-10 1/4 in.
$200-300
11.
Two Pewter Teapots, America, early 19th century, one by George
Richardson, Cranston, Rhode Island, 1828-45, with hinged domed 13.
lid, “G. RICHARDSON” maker’s mark in a rectangle on the base; and Pewter Deep Dish, Joseph Danforth, Middletown, Connecticut,
a globular teapot by Allen Porter, Westbrook, Maine, 1830-40, with 1780-88, the dish with single reeded brim, lion in gateway touchmark
partial “A PORTER” in a rectangle mark on base, (imperfections), ht. 9 and four hallmarks, (Laughlin 377 and 378), (scratches and pitting),
1/4, 7 1/4 in., respectively. dia. 13 1/4 in.
$200-300 $400-500

10 11 12 (partial)
14. 23.
Samuel Danforth Pewter Deep Dish, Samuel Danforth, Hartford, Two Pewter Pitchers and a Flagon, England or America, early 19th
Connecticut, 1795-1816, the dish with single reeded brim, oval eagle century, unmarked vessels, two pitchers with bulbous bodies and
touchmark and four hallmarks, (Laughlin 396 and 397), (scratches hinged domed lids, the smaller is monogrammed; the flagon with
and pitting, loss on brim), dia. 13 1/4 in. hinged domed lid and molded base, (minor wear), ht. 7 1/2-8 3/4 in.
$400-500 $300-500

15. 24.
Two Boardman & Co. Pewter Plates, Thomas Danforth Boardman, Nine Pewter Items, England and/or America, late 18th to 19th
New York, 19th century, the plates with single reeded brims, circular century, six small footed bowls, one marked “James Dixon & Sons
eagle touchmark with “BOARDMAN & Co./NEW YORK,” (minor Sheffield”; a master salt, unmarked; a small footed cup, unmarked;
pitting, scratches), dia. 8 1/2 in. and an oval tobacco box with four indistinct hallmarks, (pitting, dents,
$300-500 and scratches), ht. 2 1/8-3 7/8, dia. 2 1/8-5 1/4 in.
$200-300

16.
Two Pewter Plates, America, late 18th century, the plates with single 25.
reeded brims, one made by John Skinner, Boston, with “LONDON” Two Pewter Chargers, England, early 18th century, the chargers
scroll touchmark, the other made by John Andrew Brunstrom, with smooth brims, (scattered pitting, scratches, and dents), dia. 16
Philadelphia, circular mark with billing birds, and “LONDON” 1/2 in.
touchmarks, dia. 7 7/8 in. $300-500
$200-250

26.
17. Thirteen Pewter Items, England, late 18th/early 19th century, two
Six Pewter Items, America and England, late 18th to early 19th warming dishes, six plates, an oval platter, three measures (half-pint,
century, a teapot with domed hinged lid and curved neck by George pint, and quart), and a mustard pot, ht. 2-6 1/2, dia. 8 3/4-13 3/4 in.
Richardson, Cranston, Rhode Island, 1828-45, “G. RICHARDSON” $400-600
maker’s mark in a rectangle on the base; a bulbous teapot with
hinged domed lid and black-painted handle with circular eagle
touchmark and “J.B. WOODBURY,” Philadelphia, 1835-38, an 27.
unmarked covered sugar bowl, two small unmarked cream pitchers, Five Pewter Mugs and a Chalice, probably England, 19th century,
and an unmarked syrup jug with hinged domed lid, (pitting, three pint mugs and two half-pint mugs with molded bases and
scratches, and dents, repairs on Richardson teapot base), ht. 3 3/4-9 double scroll handles, one pint mug with “SANDERS & SONS
3/4 in. LONDON” mark, one pint mug with “MASONS ARMS/WATH
$200-250 ROAD/MEXBRO” mark, one half-pint mug monogrammed; the
chalice with molded rings on shaft and molded base, unmarked,
(scattered pitting, scratches, and dents), ht. 3 3/4-7 1/8 in.
18. $200-250
Pewter Coffeepot, Eben Smith, Beverly, Massachusetts, 1841-56,
lighthouse-form coffeepot with hinged domed lid with wooden finial,
reeded band and black-painted cast pewter handle, maker’s mark 28.
inside on bottom, (dents on cover and base edges), ht. 10 1/2 in. Six Pewter Pint Mugs, England, 19th century, with molded bases
$200-250 and double-scroll handles, two are monogrammed, (pitting,
scratches, and dents), ht. 4 5/8-5 in.
$200-250
19.
Two Pewter Chargers, Edward Leapidge, and Henry Hammerton,
London, early 18th century, the chargers with single reeded brims, 29.
(scattered pitting, scratches, and dents), dia. 18 in. Eleven Graduating Pewter Measures, England, early 19th century,
$400-600 assembled set of baluster-form measures, the three largest with
marks for James Yates, a small measure marked “HARRY MASON
LTD/BIRMINGHAM,” another with indistinct marks “-BARD &
20. Co/PLYMOUTH,” (scattered pitting, dents), ht. 1 3/4-6 1/8 in.
Six Pewter Plates, Townsend & Compton, London, 1801-11, the $300-500
plates with single reeded brims, dia. 8 in.
$200-300
30.
“Speaking Dog” Cast Iron Mechanical Bank, Shepard Hardware
21. Co., Buffalo, New York, “Pat. July 14, 1885,” with a girl in a red
Two Pewter Chargers, Edgar Curtis and Samuel Ellis, England, 18th dress, and a brown dog, rectangular coin trap, on a maroon base,
century, the chargers with single reeded brim, dia. 15 in. (scattered small paint losses), lg. 7 1/8 in.
$300-500 $800-1,000

22. 31.
Four Pewter Deep Dishes, Samuel Cocks, London, c. 1819, with Pine and Oak Shoe-foot Hutch Table, probably New England, late
smooth brims and hammered booges, the brims inscribed 18th century, the rectangular top with rounded corners on base of
“R.B.B./1828,” dia. 9 1/2 in. cutout ends and shoe feet joining a box with hinged lid, refinished,
$200-250 (imperfections), ht. 27 1/2, top 43 x 52 1/2 in.
$700-900
35

36

32. 34.
Queen Anne Carved Maple Spanish-foot Armchair, probably Queen Anne Mahogany Tilt-top Tea Table, America or England,
Massachusetts, 18th century, with yoked scrolled cresting, carved mid-18th century, refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 28 1/2, dia. 28
scrolled handholds, on block-, vase-, and ring-turned legs joined by in.
stretchers, refinished, (restoration), ht. 40 3/4, seat ht. 19 in. $700-900
$300-400

35.
33. Chippendale Carved Mahogany Drop-leaf Table, Newport, Rhode
Pine, Maple and Ash Oval-top Tavern Table, New England, 18th Island, late 18th century, the overhanging rectangular top on square
century, on block-, vase-, and ring-turned legs joined by box reeded stop-fluted legs joined by a valanced apron, refinished,
stretcher, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 23 1/2, wd. 28, dp. 20 in. (restoration), ht. 27 3/4, dp. 46 3/4, wd. 47 in.
$300-400 $2,000-3,000
37

38

36. 38.
Set of Six Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chairs, Chippendale Cherry and Cherry Veneer Oxbow Chest of
Massachusetts, late 18th century, old refinish, ht. 38, seat ht. 17 1/2 Drawers, Connecticut, late 18th century, replaced brasses,
in. refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 33 1/4, wd. 39, dp. 22 3/4 in.
$3,000-4,000 $2,000-3,000

37. 39.
Chippendale Oxbow Carved Mahogany Slant-lid Desk, Queen Anne Carved Cherry Dressing Table, probably Connecticut,
Massachusetts, late 18th century, with an interior of nine drawers and last half 18th century, replaced brasses, refinished, (restored), ht. 31
eight valanced compartments, replaced brasses, refinished, 1/2, wd. 29 3/4, dp. 19 1/4 in.
(imperfections), ht. 43 1/4, wd. 41, dp. 23 in. $1,000-2,000
$3,000-4,000
42 43

40. 42.
Queen Anne Carved Maple High Chest of Drawers, probably Chippendale Maple Tall Case Clock, John Bailey II, Hanover,
Massachusetts or New Hampshire, last half 18th century, replaced Massachusetts, late 18th century, with engraved brass dial with
brasses, refinished, (restoration), ht. 76 1/4, wd. 38 1/2, dp. 18 3/4 seconds hand and brass eight-day weight-powered movement with
in. skeletonized plates, three brass finials, pendulum rod with tin-faced
$3,000-4,000 bob, winder, key, and two cast lead weights, refinished, (restoration),
ht. 94 in.
$5,000-7,000
41.
Queen Anne Carved Maple Dressing Table, probably
Massachusetts, 18th century, the molded top on case of a thumb- 43.
molded long drawer over three short drawers centering a fan, with Queen Anne Carved Cherry High Chest of Drawers, Connecticut,
shaped skirt joining cabriole legs ending in pad feet, replaced late 18th century, replaced brasses, refinished, (restoration and
brasses, refinished, (restored), ht. 32 1/2, wd. 29, dp. 20 1/2 in. repairs), ht. 75, wd. 39, dp. 18 1/4 in.
$2,000-3,000 $3,000-5,000
44

44. 46.
Queen Anne Tiger Maple Child’s Desk on Frame, New England, Carved Mahogany Camel-back Sofa, England or America, c. 1800,
18th century, (base of later origin), ht. 36, wd. 25, dp. 15 in. ht. 37, wd. 74, dp. 29 in.
$1,000-2,000 $2,000-3,000

45. 47.
Set of Four Chippendale Carved Walnut Side Chairs, Philadelphia, Federal Inlaid and Parcel-gilt Mahogany Mirror, John Elliot & Sons,
c. 1760-80, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 37 1/2, seat ht. 17 1/2 in. Philadelphia, c. 1804-10, old surface, (repairs), ht. 44 1/2, wd. 22 1/2
$800-1,200 in.

Note: Bears maker’s label on the reverse.


$1,000-1,500

45
46

48. 50.
Federal Mahogany Looking Glass, probably Pennsylvania, early Chippendale Carved Mahogany Gaming Table, possibly
19th century, with scrolled frame and molded liner, (restoration), ht. 44 Philadelphia, the rectangular folding top above a straight skirt with
1/2, wd. 21 3/4 in. cockbeaded drawer joining cabriole legs with scrolled knee returns
$300-500 ending in claw-and-ball feet, old gilt-brass pull, refinished, (restored),
ht. 28 1/4, wd. 34 1/2, dp. 16 in.
$700-900
49.
Pair of Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chairs, c. 1760-80,
old surface, ht. 37, seat ht. 18 in.
$400-800

47 49
51.
Federal Mahogany Inlaid Tall Case Clock, Stephen Taber, New
Bedford, Massachusetts, c. 1800, the glazed tombstone hood door
opens to a polychrome iron dial inscribed “S. TABER,” with moon’s
age in the arch showing a nautical scene and a pastoral landscape,
seconds hand, calendar aperture, three brass finials, pendulum rod
with brass-faced bob, two iron weights, winder, key, (restoration), ht.
95 1/4 in.
$10,000-15,000

52.
Federal Mahogany Inlaid Card Table, Massachusetts, c. 1790,
refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 29, wd. 34, dp. 17 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500

53.
Federal Birch and Cherry Inlaid Card Table, eastern
Massachusetts, c. 1800, with inlays of leafy sprigs, bellflowers, and
cornucopias, (imperfections), ht. 28 1/4, wd. 35, dp. 16 1/2 in.
$800-1,200

51
52

54. 55.
Federal Cherry and Mahogany and Rosewood Veneer Inlaid Card Federal Carved and Wavy Birch Inlaid Mahogany Sofa, New
Table, New England, c. 1815, the folding top with serpentine front England, c. 1810-15, refinished, ht. 36, wd. 71, dp. 26 in.
and half-serpentine ends, and cross-banded edge, on conformingly $2,000-3,000
shaped and inlaid base, and vase- and ring-turned reeded legs,
(imperfections), ht. 29, wd. 36, dp. 16 3/4 in.
$600-800

55
56.
Federal Upholstered Lolling Chair, probably
New England, c. 1790, old refinish, ht. 44, seat
ht. 17 in.
$700-900

57.
Federal Mahogany and Tiger Maple Inlaid
Desk, possibly southeastern Massachusetts, c.
1800, the doors opening to a multi-drawer
compartmented interior, old replaced brasses,
refinished, (minor alterations), ht. 52 1/4, wd. 38,
dp. 20 in.
$2,000-3,000

58.
Mahogany Pillar and Scroll Clock, Charles
Kirke for George Mitchell, Bristol, Connecticut,
with wooden thirty-hour weight-powered
movement, refinished, (minor restoration and
imperfections), ht. 31 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500

59.
Federal Gilt-gesso and Mahogany Patent
Timepiece, probably Boston, c. 1820, the case
with gilt ropetwist borders, with brass eight-day
weight-powered movement, (restoration), ht. 33
1/2 in.
$700-900
57

60.
Pair of Carved Cherry Square-back Side
Chairs, probably Connecticut, c. 1810, old
refinish, (minor imperfections), ht. 35 1/2, seat ht.
17 in.
$800-1,000

61.
Federal Carved and Wavy Birch Inlaid
Mahogany Canopy Bed, Massachusetts or New
Hampshire, c. 1810-15, refinished,
(imperfections), ht. 86, wd. 49, lg. 72 in.
$2,000-3,000

62.
Pieced and Appliquéd Cotton Sunburst
Pattern Quilt, America, late 19th/early 20th
century, composed of nine sunbursts in
predominantly red, green, and orange printed
and solid cotton segments, bordered by an
undulating blossoming vine, on a white ground,
edged and backed with white fabric, with outline,
diagonal line, and diamond quilting patterns,
(fading, light toning, scattered stains), 96 x 99 in.
$100-300

60
70 71 72

63. 68.
Pair of Red and White Pieced Cotton Drunkard’s Path Pattern Federal Mahogany and Birch Tilt-top Candlestand,
Quilts, America, late 19th/early 20th century, composed of red Massachusetts, c. 1810, the oval top tilts on a turned post continuing
printed cotton segments on a white ground, with red printed cotton to a tripod cabriole leg base, 28 1/2, wd. 23, dp. 15 3/4 in.
borders, edged and backed with white fabric, with outline, diamond, $300-500
and diagonal line quilting, (fading, wear), 76 x 80 in.
$100-200
69.
Small Federal Inlaid Mahogany Sideboard, possibly southeastern
64. United States, c. 1790, the rectangular top with bowed center on a
American School, 19th Century conforming case of central drawer, two hinged doors, and flanking
doors, the case with geometric string inlay, (restored), ht. 41 1/2, wd.
Portrait of a Woman Wearing a Lace-trimmed Dress. Unsigned. 55 1/2, dp. 24 1/4 in.
Oil on canvas, sight size 49 1/2 x 29 in., in a later molded giltwood $1,000-1,500
frame. Condition: Minor retouch to c.l. background.
$1,000-1,500
70.
Pair of Mahogany Veneer Inlaid Knife Boxes, England or America,
early 19th century, with serpentine front, hinged sloped lid, silvered
65.
brass mountings, the interior with slotted grill, the interior and exterior
Needlework Sampler, “Hannah Tuthill Aged Eight Years 1789,”
with line and edge inlay, (cracks, losses), ht. 14 3/4, wd. 8 3/4, dp.
England, executed with silk threads on a wool gauze ground, with a
10 in.
flowering vine enclosing rows of alphabets, flowers, and a pious verse
$2,000-3,000
inscribed in ink, (minor toning, small hole l.l.), 13 1/4 x 13 1/4 in., in a
later molded giltwood frame.
$300-500 71.
Brass Coin-operated Tobacco “Honesty Box,” England, c. 1850,
rectangular box with twin compartments, button, and handle, on ball
66. feet, ht. 7 1/4, wd. 4 1/2, lg. 9 1/4 in.
Needlework Sampler, “Eleanor Green 1839,” probably England,
executed in silk threads on a linen ground depicting rows of Note: Used primarily in pubs, the patron inserted a coin, pushed the
alphabets over a pious verse flanked by trees, crowns, and baskets button, which opened the compartment, and took a pipeful of
of flowers, above a house, trees, birds, butterflies, and animals, 13 x tobacco. They were not supposed to take more, hence the term
13 1/4 in., in a period mitered wood frame. “honesty box.”
$300-400 $400-600

67. 72.
Federal-style Mahogany and Wavy Birch Veneer One-drawer Sheraton Mahogany Veneer Inlaid Letter Box, England, early 19th
Stand, America, 20th century, with serpentine top with ovolo corners century, with hinged sloped lid with oval paterae inlay, brass swing
on quarter-engaged, vase- and ring-turned, reeded legs, ht. 29, wd. handles on the sides, and serpentine front, the interior with slotted
16, dp. 16 in. letter compartments, the interior and exterior with edge inlay,
$300-400 (shrinkage cracks), ht. 11 3/4, wd. 7, dp. 8 in.
$300-500
75

73. 77.
Inlaid Mahogany Veneer Wheel Barometer, “N. Broni & Co. FECIT,” Lot of Canton Porcelain Table Items, China, mid to late 19th
early 19th century, with architectural pediment and inlaid round flower century, the assembled group with eleven soup plates, a salad plate,
blossoms and oval shells, engraved brass thermometer and weather three dessert plates, two with reticulated rims, four syllabubs with
dial, banded edges, ht. 38 1/4 in. covers, nine cups, twenty-two saucers, a small round bowl with
$300-400 cover, four covered bullion bowls, approx. fifty-six items total, (minor
imperfections), ht. 2 1/4-4 3/4 in.
$400-600
74.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Three-part Banquet Table, America or
England, early 19th century, refinished, (restored), ht. 28 1/2, wd. 50 78.
3/4, overall lg. 118 in. Chinese Export Porcelain Ewer and Punch Bowl, late 19th
$1,000-1,500 century, the ewer with domed cover with fruit finial, entwined reeded
strap handle with leaf terminals, decorated with a blue and gilt mantle
over a gilt shield monogrammed “AB” and gilt-starred blue borders;
75. the bowl decorated about the sides with alternating panels depicting
Chinese Export Porcelain Coffee and Tea Set, late 18th century, a family at rest and play in a landscape, and birds perched on
decorated with orange borders with gilt grapevines and “WCB” branches, (ewer handle repaired, bowl with repaired crack and
monogram for William Cranch Bond, Boston; comprising a hairline crack), ht. 9 3/4, 4 1/2, bowl dia. 10 3/8 in.
lighthouse-form coffeepot, drum-form teapot, helmet-form creamer, $200-300
covered sugar bowl, a tea caddy, thirteen tea bowls, eleven handled
cups, fourteen saucers, two small plates, a shallow bowl, and a small
deep bowl, approx. forty-seven pieces total, (minor imperfections), ht. 79.
1 1/8-10 in. Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Garniture Vases Mounted as
Lamps, late 18th/early 19th century, with blue underglaze decoration
Provenance: Purchased from Elinor Gordon, 1968. depicting panels of Chinese waterway landscapes, with traces of gilt
$700-900 highlights, with brass lamp mounts and wooden bases, (one with
chip on cover and repaired neck), overall ht. to top of cover 15 1/4 in.
$200-400
76.
Six Blue and White Chinese Export Porcelain Table Items, early to
late 19th century, four Canton pattern items: a small oblong platter, a 80.
leaf-form dish, a helmet-form creamer, and a small covered cider jug; Three Korean Porcelain Jars Mounted as Lamps, late 19th
an oval covered serving dish with oval insert and scenic waterway century, the jars enamel-decorated with warrior scenes, one with
decoration, a Nanking pattern teapot, (minor chip on cider jug spout), cover, (cover with repaired crack), ht. to top of jars 13, 11, 11 in.
ht. 4-7 1/4, dia. 6 1/4-12 in. $400-600
$700-900
86

81. 84.
Eight Blue and White English Ceramic Table Items, late 18th to Silver Flatware Service, the Steiff Company, Baltimore, Maryland, for
early 19th century, all with chinoiserie scenic and floral decoration, Colonial Williamsburg, 20th century, comprising thirteen knives and
four with waterway and fisherman decoration including a coffeepot, eleven butter knives with pistol handles and stainless blades; eighteen
small lozenge-shaped dish, square lobed dish, and a deep bowl; a teaspoons, five monogrammed; ten forks; thirteen dessert forks,
small covered lobed sauce tureen with fruit knop on cover decorated twelve monogrammed; and eighteen soupspoons, 83 pieces total, in
with a landscape and flowers, a small hexagonal lobed dish, a saucer, a mahogany case, approx. 90 troy oz. weighable silver.
and a small shaped-rim plate with stylized floral decoration and gilt $400-600
highlights, (minor chips on coffeepot spout), ht. 5/8-9 3/4, dia. 4 1/2-
9 1/4 in.
$300-500 85.
Five-piece Rococo-style Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service,
Towle Silver Co., 20th century, with raised shaped rims with molded
82. scroll and shell decoration, circular bodies with repoussé reserves of
Caughley Porcelain Partial Tea Service, England, late 18th century, foliage, blossoms, and scrolls with monograms, comprising coffeepot,
decorated with blue and gilt flowers and leaves, with anthemion leaf teapot, creamer, covered sugar bowl and an open sugar bowl, ht. 3
borders, pattern no. 230, comprising a teapot, creamer, covered 1/2-10 3/4, dia. 22 5/8 in., approx. 80 troy oz. total.
sugar bowl, four tea bowls, six saucers, a small oval dish, and a $800-1,200
handled teacup and saucer in a similar pattern, sixteen items total,
(imperfections), ht. 2-7 in.
$300-400 86.
Federal Carved and Wavy Birch Inlaid Mahogany Two-tier
Dressing Table, New Hampshire or Massachusetts, c. 1810-15, with
83. single small drawer, old refinish, (some imperfections), ht. 38 1/4, wd.
Eight English Ceramic Items including Staffordshire Figures, late 36, dp. 19 in.
18th/early 19th century, a Whieldon-type globular form teapot with $1,000-1,500
crabstock handle, flowers and foliage in relief to a mottled brown and
green glaze body, a pearlware teapot decorated with blue underglaze
and red flowers, six Staffordshire figures: two pair of deer figures, one 87.
pair with deer reclining before a flowering bocage; one lion figure, and Federal Mahogany and Gilt-gesso Mirror, America, early 19th
a romantic couple with bocage, (imperfections), ht. 3-6 3/4 in. century, with eagle in the crest, scrolled frame, and gilt-incised liner,
$200-250 (imperfections), ht. 27, wd. 13 1/2 in.
$100-200
88.
Federal Mahogany Birdcage Tea Table with
Dished Tilt-top, probably Massachusetts, c. 1790,
refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 30 1/4, dia. 33
1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500

89.
Federal Mahogany Pembroke Table, New England,
c. 1800, with arched cross-stretchers, original brass,
refinished, ht. 28 1/2, wd. 33, dp. 21 in.

Provenance: This table may have originated with a


family in Marlborough, Vermont. A framed
photograph is included with this lot, titled “Our
Childhood’s Home.”
$800-1,000

90.
Federal Carved Mahogany Square-back Side
89 Chair, probably New York, c. 1795-1800, the crest
with fluted panel above three vertical pierced splats,
on overupholstered seat with bowed front and
square tapering frontal legs ending in spade feet, ht.
36, seat ht. 17 1/2 in.
$200-300

91.
Federal Inlaid Walnut Desk/Bookcase, probably
Middle Atlantic States, c. 1810, upper section with
doors opening to shelves, replaced brasses,
refinished, (restoration), ht. 81 1/2, wd. 40 1/2, dp.
22 1/2 in.
$1,000-2,000

92.
Federal Mahogany Inlaid Drop-leaf Table, possibly
Middle Atlantic States, c. 1800, the drop-leaf top
with ovolo corners, on string-inlaid straight apron
flanked by diamond panels, on square tapering legs
with string inlay cuffs, (imperfections), ht. 28 3/4, dp.
32, wd. 19 3/4 in.
$800-1,200

93.
Federal Inlaid Cherry Fall-front Desk, c. 1800, the
lid centering an oval panel of floral inlay opens to an
interior of a central prospect door inlaid with a flower
in an oval and checked lower border, flanked by
string-inlaid document drawers, valance drawers,
compartments, short drawers, all above a case of
four cockbeaded graduated string-inlaid drawers,
flanked by lambrequin corners with meandering vine
inlay, on inlaid base of flaring French feet and shaped
skirt centering inlay of oak leaves and acorns,
brasses appear to be original, refinished, (minor
imperfections), ht. 44 1/2, wd. 40, dp. 22 1/2 in.
$4,000-6,000

91
93

94. 97.
Cherry and Mahogany Veneer Work Table, probably New England, Set of Eight Dining Chairs, North Country, England, early 19th
c. 1830, two cockbeaded drawers on vase- and ring-turned tapering century, with shaped cresting and scroll terminals above turned
legs, ht. 29 1/4, wd. 20 3/4, dp. 17 3/4 in. spindles and horizontal rails, on tapering legs ending in pad feet on
$100-200 platforms, joined by stretchers, side chairs ht. 36, seat ht. 17 in.
$1,000-1,500

95.
Jacobean-style Carved and Inlaid Oak Press Cupboard, England, 98.
the trapezoidal top above a single hinged door and flanking panels Oak Pewter Dresser, England, with flat cornice, two plate racks, and
and mid-molding, on a base with central frieze drawer and tapering case of three short drawers and medial shelf joining block-, vase-,
supports joining a shelf, ht. 46 1/2, wd. 46, dp. 15 in. and ring-turned legs and valanced skirt, replaced brasses, old
$700-900 refinish, (alterations), ht. 70, wd. 58, dp. 16 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500

96.
Carved Oak Wainscot Armchair, England, late 17th/early 18th 99.
century, the shaped crest above a scroll- and foliate-carved panel Grain-painted Fir Settee, England, 19th century, the canted stiles
flanked by scrolled arms on block-, vase-, and ring-turned supports flanking a rectangular back with recessed panels on scrolled arms
continuing to legs joined by box stretchers, (imperfections), ht. 41 and vase- and ring-turned supports continuing to stiles, the lift-top
1/4, seat ht. 16 1/2 in. seat opens to a paneled compartment, ht. 46, wd. 55, dp. 17 1/2 in.
$400-600 $400-600
101.
Carved Mahogany Tall Case Clock, England, the hood with molded
swan’s neck cresting above glazed tombstone door opening to brass
dial with silvered rings and cast spandrels, marked “Vernon &
Shephard, Liverpool,” with brass eight-day weight-powered
movement with moon’s age and calendar aperture, label inside case
door from retailer Walter Durfee, Providence, ht. 98 in.
$1,500-2,500

102.
Brass and Iron Timepiece, probably England, c. 1750, thirty-hour
time and alarm weight-powered movement with lead weights and
pendulum, 6 3/4 in. square dial with applied chapter ring.
$400-600

103.
Brass and Iron Lantern Clock, France, 20th century, silvered brass
chapter ring, pierced brass fret, eight-day, spring-powered, time and
strike movement with platform escapement, ht. 11 1/2, wd. 4 1/2,
dp. 3 3/4 in.
$200-400

104.
Eight Brass Lighting Items, made at Colonial Williamsburg, late 20th
century, a chamberstick, a two-arm candelabrum, a candlesnuffer, a
scissors-form wick trimmer, a pair of square dish-base candlesticks
with paw feet, and a pair of ring-turned pricket candlesticks, ht. 1-16
in.
$300-500

105.
Sixteen Brass Lighting Implements, America, late 20th century, six
made by Colonial Williamsburg: a pair of single-arm wall sconces, a
pair of small candlesticks with mid-drip pan, and a pair of
chambersticks; together with two pairs of single-arm wall sconces, a
pair of petal-base candlesticks, a pair of round-base candlesticks,
and a pair of small ring-turned pricket candlesticks, ht. 2 1/4-10 3/4
in.
$200-250

106.
Six Reproduction Early Brass Lighting Devices and a Brass
Inkstand, America, late 20th century, four items made at Colonial
Williamsburg: a pair of mid-drip candlesticks and a pair of single-arm
wall sconces; a pair of petal-base candlesticks made by the Newport
Brass Company; and an oval footed inkstand with three cannisters
and two candlesticks, ht. 8 3/4, 12, 7 1/2, and 6 3/8, dia. of inkstand
12 in.
100 $200-250

107.
100.
Eight Colonial Reproduction Items, America, late 20th century,
Chippendale Carved Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Tall Case
including four items made at Colonial Williamsburg: a pair of brass,
Clock, John Wood, Grantham, England, late 18th century, with a
turned wood, and blown colorless glass hurricane candlesticks, and
brass eight-day weight-powered movement with strike/silent,
two square-base blown colorless glass decanters with engraved silver
seconds hand, and calendar aperture, with eagle finial, brass-faced
labels for “Scotch” and “Bourbon” on a mahogany tray with cut-out
pendulum bob, cast lead weights, door key, and winder, refinished,
handles, accompanied by three shaped brass wall pockets, ht. 5 7/8-
(restoration), ht. 93 in.
16 1/2 in.
$2,000-3,000
$200-250
116

108. 111.
Chippendale Mahogany and Gilt-gesso Mirror, probably England, Queen Anne Carved Mahogany Dumbwaiter, England, 18th
late 18th century, the scrolled frame with pierced cresting and gilt- century, with three graduated circular dished tops, on vase- and ring-
gesso eagle, and a molded gilt incised liner, old refinish, (restorations), turned posts and tripod cabriole leg base ending in pad feet, (repairs
ht. 31, wd. 17 1/2 in. and imperfections), ht. 42, largest dia. 23 in.
$200-300 $300-400

109. 112.
Chippendale Mahogany Chamber Chair, England, 18th century, Pair of Regency Teak Hanging Wall Shelves, probably China, 19th
with pierced splats and frontal cabriole leg ending in pad foot, century, each with pierced sides and two drawers, (imperfections), ht.
(repaired, altered), ht. 32 1/2, seat ht. 17 1/2 in. 32 3/4, wd. 25, dp. 7 in.
$500-700 $500-700

113.
110.
Pair of Hepplewhite Carved Mahogany Shield-back Chairs,
Hepplewhite Mahogany Upholstered Sofa, England, c. 1800, the
England, c. 1790, the backs with shaped bellflower-carved spindles
seat with ratcheted adjustable right and left cushions, ht. 36, lg. 72,
terminating in a floral device, on overupholstered seats joining
dp. 27 in.
molded, square, tapering legs, ht. 37, seat ht. 18 in.
$1,500-2,000
$500-700
Lots 119-134, 160 (partial)

114. 120.
Mahogany Chamberstand, America or England, early 19th century, Mochaware Mug with Slip-marbled Decoration, Britain, early 19th
gallery top above a hinged cockbeaded door, and vase- and ring- century, pearlware pint mug with applied handle with leaf terminals,
turned legs, (restored), ht. 31, wd. 13 1/2, dp. 13 3/4 in. molded base, green-glazed reeded rim over a rust field with blue,
$200-300 white, and black marbling, ht. 4 7/8 in.
$500-700
115.
Two Hepplewhite Mahogany Corner Chamberstands, England, c. 121.
1800, each with shaped backsplash above bowed pierced top and Mochaware Jug with Earthworm and Twig Decoration, Britain, c.
conforming medial shelf with working drawer and flanking faux 1830, barrel-form pearlware jug banded in tan, blue, and black in
drawers, on square flaring legs and shaped stretcher, ht. 48 1/2, wd. three segments, the top and bottom with wavy earthworms, the
23 1/2, dp. 16 in. center with tricolored “twigs” below a green-glazed rouletted rim, ht.
$700-900 9 1/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
116.
George III-style Carved Glazed Mahogany Breakfront 122.
Desk/Bookcase, probably England, early 20th century, (minor Mochaware “Bag Shape” Jug, Britain, c. 1820, the pearlware jug
imperfections), ht. 90, wd. 63, dp. 21 3/4 in. with two looping earthworms and green rouletted bands, ht. 6 in.
$1,000-1,500 $700-900

117. 123.
Queen Anne-style Mahogany Carved Tea Table, Kittinger Furniture Slip Dotted Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1820, barrel-form pearlware
Company, 20th century, ht. 26, wd. 30, dp. 19 in. jug, with two green-glazed herringbone bands bordered with black
$300-500 bands flanking a broad orange field with random white, blue, and
black slip dots, ht. 7 1/4 in.
$800-1,200
118.
Pair of Queen Anne-style Carved Mahogany and Crewel-
upholstered Easy Chairs, America, 20th century, ht. 46, seat ht. 20 124.
in. Mochaware Marbled Quart Mug, Britain, c. 1800, pearlware with
$200-400 blue band above a field of orange with blue and white marbling and
olive and cobalt dendritic markings, ht. 6 in.
$700-900
119.
Mochaware Handled Pitcher, Britain, c. 1830, with light brown
bands bordering two wider bands with white slip lines and cat’s-eye 125.
decoration and central blue slip wavy line decoration highlighted with Engine-Turned Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1790, baluster-form
dots, ht. 7 in. pearlware jug with blue and rust bands bordering a field of black
$2,000-3,000 inlaid engine-turning, and with exceptional molded leaf handle
terminals, ht. 8 in.
$600-800
126. 136.
Mochaware Bowl with Marbled Fan Decoration, Britain, c. 1800, Three Mochaware Items, Creil, France, c. 1810, comprising a
hemispherical bowl, creamware, with burnt sienna slip field and six whiteware cup and saucer, a can and saucer, and a bowl, decorated
dipped marble fans, dark brown rim band, ht. 3 1/4, dia. 6 1/4 in. with black mocha “trees” and brown slip bands, the cup and saucer
$800-1,200 with impressed “Creil” maker’s mark, ht. 1 1/4-2 1/2, bowl dia. 4 3/4
in.
$300-500
127.
Mochaware Mug with Checkered Banding, Britain, c. 1790, half-
pint pearlware mug dipped in speckled blue slip interrupted by two 137.
bands with black inlaid checkered rouletting, ht. 3 3/4 in. Mochaware “Ship Shape” Pepper Pot, Britain, c. 1800, pearlware,
$300-500 dipped in black slip and scored through in a series of thin white
bands, ht. 4 7/8 in.
$400-600
128.
Mochaware Pint Mug, Britain, c. 1810, the creamware mug with
brown and light blue banding over an orange field with dipped fan 138.
decoration, (glaze losses), ht. 4 3/4 in. Mochaware Mug and Cup, Britain, c. 1800, 1850, a half-pint
$600-800 yellowware mug banded with white slip and engine-turned in a
pattern of round black inlaid dots ringed in white, ht. 3; a yellowware
cup marbled with a mix of purple, apple green, and white slip
129. marbled together with black dendritic material, white slipped interior,
Yellow-glazed Mochaware Can and Saucer, Montereau, France, c. ht. 3 3/8 in.
1820, both with looping earthworm decoration on a blue slip field $300-500
dipped in yellow glaze, impressed mark “L&T Mont, for LeBeuf et
Thibault,” can ht. 2 1/2, saucer dia. 4 3/4 in.
$100-150 139.
Rare Mochaware Treacle Jar, Britain, c. 1840, baluster-form
whiteware jar and threaded cover, banded with blue and black slip,
130. ht. 6 1/4 in.
Engine-turned Mochaware Mug, Britain, c. 1790, pearlware pint $300-500
mug with two green-glazed rim bands flanking a field of complex
black inlaid engine-turning, the foliate handle terminals highlighted
with green, ht. 5 in. 140.
$300-500 Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1830, with green-glazed reeded band
and black dendritic “trees” over a two-color band, ht. 7 1/2 in.

131. Provenance: The Collection of Richard Withington.


Mochaware Quart Mug, Britain, c. 1820, pearlware with bands of $700-900
blue, ochre, and black, with groups of stamped white slip dots, ht. 6
in.
$700-900 141.
Mochaware Engine-turned Mug, pearlware pint mug banded in
blue and rust, with black inlaid rouletting and engine-turning, ht. 4 7/8
132. in.
Mochaware Engine-turned Pepper Pot, Britain, c. 1800, pearlware $500-700
with a green-glazed reeded band above rust bands bracketing a field
of black inlaid engine-turning, ht. 4 in.
$400-600 142.
Mochaware Earthworm Decorated Jug, Britain, c. 1830, barrel-
form pearlware jug with two green-glazed rouletted bands flanking
133. orange, olive, and black bands with looping earthworm slip
Footed Yellow-glazed Mochaware Bowl, Montereau, France, c. decoration, ht. 6 1/2 in.
1820, with looping earthworm decoration on a blue slip field in yellow $600-800
glaze, impressed mark “L&T Mont, for LeBeuf et Thibault,” ht. 4 1/2
in.
$200-400 143.
Mochaware Pint Mug, attributed to the Leeds Pottery, Yorkshire,
based on a similar marked example, c. 1800, creamware mug,
134. banded in ochre, rust, and dark brown, with rouletted rows of beads
Mochaware Flowerpot and Saucer, Britain, c. 1820, the pearlware and engine-turning, ht. 4 3/4 in.
pot slip-banded with black and brown, and tan field with dendritic $500-700
“trees,” and similarly decorated saucer, (crack, chip), ht. together 4
3/4 in.
$400-600 144.
Mochaware Barrel-form Jug, Britain, c. 1830, slip-banded in black,
blue, and ochre, with trailed slip wavy lines and looping earthworm
135. decoration, ht. 6 3/4 in.
No lot. $700-900
Lots 140-158

145. 152.
Mochaware Quart Mug, Britain, c. 1820, with a green-glazed reeded Rare Mochaware Ointment Jar with Threaded Cover, Britain, c.
band flanked by black bands above broad bands of rust, blue, and 1790, round creamware jar with black bands and inlaid bands of
rust, with black “trees” over the three broad bands, ht. 6 in. patterned agate, ht. 1 3/8 in.
$600-800 $400-600

146. 153.
Chevron Decorated Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1790, baluster-form Mochaware “Dutch Shape” Jug, Britain, c. 1805, red earthenware
pearlware jug with a dark brown slip field cut through with white with a white slip interior, slip-banded neck, swelling body with agate-
bands and large chevron engine-turned devices and rust slip bands, coated surface, ht. 5 in.
ht. 7 3/4 in. $300-500
$600-800

154.
147. Mochaware Footed Master Salt, Britain, c. 1800, the pearlware
Mochaware Beaker, Britain, early 19th century, green glazed reeded engine-turned with green-glazed reeded rim, ht. 1 1/4 in.
rim over a combed brown, black, and white slip field, ht. 3 7/8 in. $200-400
$500-700

155.
148. Mochaware Hemispherical Bowl, Britain, c. 1780, creamware bowl
Mochaware Mug with Engine-turned Design, Britain, early 19th with a field of burnt sienna slip-daubed with black, scored through in
century, pearlware mug with applied handle with leaf terminals, two thin bands, with applied sprigged devices highlighted with green
molded base, thin rust and blue bands flanking black slip-filled glaze, ht. 3, dia. 6 3/8 in.
engine-turned patterned bands, (base edge repaired), ht. 4 7/8 in. $500-700
$500-700

156.
149. Creamware Mustard Pot with Cover, attributed to William
“Ship-Shape” Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1820, pearlware, banded Greatbatch, Fenton, Staffordshire, c. 1780, with marbled and combed
in black, ochre, and blue, with black “seaweed” covering the upper decoration, ht. 3 1/2 in.
blue and ochre bands, and groups of white slip stamped dots on the $600-800
broad black field, ht. 6 3/4 in.
$600-800
157.
Rare Pair of Mochaware Egg Cups, Britain or France, c. 1820, red
150. earthenware, dipped in cream-colored slip with black “trees,” ht. 2
Mochaware Footed Master Salt, Britain, c. 1820, the pearlware salt 1/8 in.
slip-banded in orange and black with earthworm and cat’s-eyes, ht. 1
3/4 in. Provenance: Both retain the labels of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Blum,
$300-500 Lisbon, Connecticut.
$600-800

151.
Mocha Pepper Pot, Britain, c. 1820, pearlware, banded with brown, 158.
black, and blue slip with black “seaweed” decoration on the broadest Mochaware Slip-marbled Bowl, Britain, c. 1810, hemispherical
brown band, ht. 4 5/8 in. creamware bowl with black inlaid rouletting and banding above an
$300-500 orange field marbled with blue and white slip, the foot molded in an
unusual shape, ht. 2 3/4, dia. 5 3/4 in.
$600-800
Lots 162-174

159. 163.
Mochaware Cream Jug and Slip-decorated Earthenware Dish, a Commemorative Transfer-decorated Pearlware Frog Mug,
whiteware tapered cream jug, probably Montereau or Creil, France, c. England, early 19th century, black transfer with polychrome enamel
1820, decorated with black “trees” on a white field, ht. 4 1/4; and a decoration, one side depicting an oval reserve with a “West View of
round red earthenware dish with ornate slip decoration, probably the Cast Iron Bridge over the River Wear Built by R. Burdon Esq.,” on
Eastern European, dia. 8 in. the reverse a sailor’s farewell verse, the interior with a molded and
$100-200 glazed frog figure, (two hairlines, repaired handle cracks), ht. 5 in.
$200-250
160.
Two Mochaware Pepper Pots, Britain, c. 1820, one creamware with 164.
a green-glazed reeded band flanked by brown bands above an Nine Decorated Pearlware Plates, England, early 19th century,
orange field with black “trees”; a pearlware pepper pot with a blue each plate with assorted embossed rim borders, two dinner plates
flat-topped dome over black and blue bands with cat’s-eyes in white with embossed anthemion leaf rim borders, decorated with a large
and ochre, ht. 4, 4 1/8 in. hand-painted blossom and three smaller blossoms, a salad plate and
$400-600 three dessert plates with similar floral decoration, two with pink lustre
accents on the rims, three dessert plates with enamel transfer
decoration, two with country cottages, one with a boy and jungle
161.
animal, (minor glaze wear), dia. 6-9 3/4 in.
Mochaware “Bag Shape” Jug, Britain, c. 1820, pearlware jug with
$400-600
engine-turned pattern cut through the slip surface and with luster rim,
(wear to silver luster), ht. 4 1/2 in.
$200-250
165.
Heart-decorated Pearlware Mug, England, early 19th century, pint
162. mug with green reeded rim and base bands, decorated with a blue
Transfer-decorated Liverpool Pitcher, England, early 19th century, underglaze floral heart motif against a mustard-colored ground, (small
one side depicting a ship flying a British flag, the reverse depicting a glaze loss above heart), ht. 4 5/8 in.
woman waving to three ships heading out to sea, with inscription $200-300
“SUSAN’S FAREWELL/Adieu she cry’d and wav’d her Lily Hand,”
(hairline), ht. 9 1/2 in.
$600-800
166. 174.
Transfer-decorated Washington Memorial Liverpool Creamware Floral-decorated Yellow-glazed Earthenware Bowl, Britain, c.
Jug, England, early 19th century, black transfer printed, obverse with 1820, with scalloped rim and brightly painted floral decoration, ht. 3
an oval design with a medallion portrait on a monument surmounted 1/2, dia. 5 1/4 in.
by a wreath, birth and death dates below, flanked by an eagle and $150-250
grieving woman, an upper ribbon is inscribed “WASHINGTON IN
GLORY,” lower ribbon “AMERICA IN TEARS”; the reverse depicting
“An EMBLEM of AMERICA” with oval portrait busts of Columbus,
Raleigh, Washington, Franklin, and Adams, with an oval wreath of 174A.
Masonic symbols and seal of the United States under the spout, Floral-decorated Yellow-glazed Earthenware Cup and Saucer,
(cracks), ht. 11 in. Britain, c. 1820, with brightly painted floral motifs, dia. 4 1/4 in.
$700-900 $100-125

167. 175.
Three Decorated Earthenware Pitchers, England, early 19th Six Gaudy Welsh-type Pottery Table Items, Britain, early 19th
century, two Pratt-type with typical coloration, one paneled with century, with various floral designs including a footed paneled bowl, a
flower sprigs and sepia leaf border around rim, the other with small deep bowl, a large shallow bowl, and three plates, ht. 2 1/8-3
grapevine rim border over lapped feathers and lobes; the last with 3/4, dia. 6 1/2-12 in.
relief-molded strolling, couples, foliage, and flowers, (imperfections),
$250-350
ht. 8 1/2, 6, 5 7/8 in.
$300-500
176.
168. Checkered Red Earthenware Pint Mug, Staffordshire, England, c.
Nine English Pottery Items, late 18th/early19th century, three 1765, dipped in white slip and diced by hand in a checkered and
pitchers: one pearlware hand-painted with farming implements, one banded motif, ht. 5 in.
painted with puce flowers, and one with molded shell body decorated $900-1,200
with maroon flowers and borders; a pearlware covered oblong
vegetable dish with red feather-edge decoration, a red flower
decorated plate with pink lustre striped rim, a yellow plate with puce 177.
and green painted foliage with a reticulated rim, a transfer-decorated “Dutch Shape” Checkered Jug, probably Spode, Stoke-on-Trent, c.
pearlware mug with “The English Bred Horse” and “The Farmer’s
1805, the pearlware green-glazed jug banded with black slip and with
Friend,” a pearlware mug decorated with an undulating blue ribbon
and leafy branches, a pearlware teapot with molded swan finial on black inlaid engine-turned checkering, ht. 5 3/4 in.
cover, decorated with pink roses and diaper borders, (imperfections), $200-400
ht. 3 1/2-8, dia. 7 1/2-12 in.
$300-500
178.
Wheildon Pottery Cream Jug, England, late 18th century, baluster
169. form with three paw feet decorated with applied grapevine, mottled
Floral-decorated Yellow-glazed Earthenware Flowerpot, Britain, c. brown glaze, (spout repair, hairline on body, minute rim and foot
1820, painted with bright floral motifs, ht. 5 3/8 in. chips), ht. 6 in.
$200-400 $300-500

170.
Two Staffordshire Pottery Silver Lustre Pearlware Porter Mugs, 179.
England, early 19th century, one mug with transfer decoration and Staffordshire Pottery Gravy Boat, England, early 19th century,
inscription “SUPER FINE PORTER/PEACE& ROAST BEEF TO THE lobed body with rust, black, and white marbled slip decoration, ht. 3
FRIENDS OF LIBERTY,” the other inscribed “Porter” in silver lustre on 1/2 in.
an ochre ground, ht. 3 3/4, 3 1/4 in. $800-1,200
$100-150

180.
171. Creamware Porter Mug, Britain, c. 1790, banded with brown and
Prattware Flask with Masks, Britain, c. 1800, molded with opposing black slip with a cartouche painted in yellow and black with the name
masks and shells, painted in typical Pratt colors, ht. 4 1/4 in. “Jane Bowfer” in yellow lettering, the handle with cobalt painted dots,
$200-250
retains the label of Garry Atkins, London, ht. 3 in.
$300-500
172.
Creamware Jug, Britain, c. 1750, the body stained orange with
sprigged goat’s head, swags, and a mask slip colored with green and 181.
manganese oxides, retains the label of Gary Atkins, London, ht. 6 1/8 Historic Blue and White Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Platter,
in. Enoch Wood & Sons, Burslem, 1819-46, oblong platter depicting
$400-600 “Cape Coast Castle on the Gold Coast Africa,” with seashell border,
impressed maker’s mark, 12 3/4 x 16 1/2 in.
$500-700
173.
Small Yellow-glazed Earthenware Flowerpot, Britain, c. 1820, with
brightly painted floral decoration, ht. 3 7/8 in.
$150-200
Lots 181-188

182. 185.
Six Blue and White Staffordshire Pottery Table Items, England, Twelve Historic Blue Staffordshire Pottery Teaware Items,
early 19th century, a coffeepot depicting “Chapel Garden,” a large England, second quarter 19th century, depicting “MOUNT VERNON
Clews tea bowl and saucer depicting the “Water Girl,” a covered THE SEAT OF THE LATE GEN’L WASHINGTON,” including a teapot,
sugar bowl with “LaFayette at the Tomb of Franklin,” a teapot creamer, covered sugar bowl, a small scallop-rimmed bowl, four tea
depicting “The Landing of LaFayette at Castle Garden New York” by bowls, and four saucers, title stamped on base, (repairs), ht. 1 1/4-8
Clews, a cream jug depicting a cottage and figures, and a vase 1/4 in.
depicting a country home with figures and animals, (imperfections), $1,000-1,500
ht. 1 1/4-11 in.
$800-1,200

186.
183. Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery “Quadrupeds”
Two Historical Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Dinner Pattern Bowl, England, early 19th century, shallow round serving
Plates, England, early 19th century, one depicting “Marine Hospital bowl centered with a figure of a lion, the borders decorated with four
Louisville Kentucky,” (rim chip), and “Fall of Montmorenci Near cartouches of various animals separated by an urn with fruit, printed
Quebec,” by Enoch Wood & Sons, both with shell borders, impressed maker’s mark “D & S” and title on the reverse, ht. 1 3/4, dia. 10 1/8
maker’s marks, dia. 9 1/8 in. in.
$250-350 $400-600

184.
Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Soup Tureen and 187.
an Undertray, England, early 19th century, the cover depicting Historic Transfer-decorated Staffordshire “Landing of LaFayette”
“Lindertis, Forfarshire,” the oblong footed tureen depicting “Armley Pitcher, James and Ralph Clews, Cobridge, 1819-36, titled under
House” with molded fruit basket knop and twig handles, molded oak spout “Landing of Gen. LaFayette at Castle Garden in New York, 16
leaves and acorns, supported on shell-form feet, the undertray August, 1824,” impressed maker’s mark, (spout chip, glaze wear on
depicting “Rode Hall Cheshire” with molded scrolled leaf handles, rim and handle edges), ht. 7 in.
each with the same flower blossom rim border and with $800-1,200
backstamped titles, tureen ht. 9 1/2, dia. 15 3/4; undertray dia. 15
1/2 in.
$300-500
188. 195.
Three Historical Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Five Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Plates,
“States” Plates, James and Ralph Clews, Cobridge, 1819-36, a England, early 19th century, a dinner plate depicting “Pains Hill,
salad plate, dessert plate, and a butter or cup plate, with impressed Surry” by R. Hall, two dinner plates depicting “East View of LaGrange
maker’s marks, (repaired crack on salad plate), dia. 8 3/4, 6 3/4, 4 the Residence of the Marquis La Fayette” by Wood & Sons, a salad
5/8 in., respectively. plate depicting an “American Villa,” and a salad plate depicting “St.
$500-700 Paul’s School London,” (surface imperfection on one La Fayette
plate), dia. 10 1/8, 9 1/4, 8 1/2, 8 in., respectively.
$500-700
188A.
Blue and White Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Fruit Bowl,
England, early 19th century, oval footed bowl with reticulated rim and 196.
base decorated with a manor and pond scene, ht. 4, dia. 11 1/2 in. Nine Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Dishes,
$300-400 England, second quarter, 19th century, a shallow square dish
depicting the “Heights of Quebec” by Enoch Wood & Sons, a small
oval dish depicting a romantic couple, and seven assorted plates: a
189. dinner plate centered with fruit with a floral border, a dinner plate
Blue and White Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Platter, depicting a cherub with a floral border marked “WOOD,” a salad plate
England, early 19th century, depicting “Fair Mount Near Philadelphia,” showing the “Philadelphia Library” by J. & W. Ridgeway, a soup plate
stamped title on reverse, (rim repairs), dia. 20 3/4 in. depicting “Staughton’s Church, Philadelphia” by J. & W. Ridgeway; a
$300-500 salad plate depicting “St. Paul’s School, London” by Adams, a salad
plate depicting a scene with a building overlooking a canal or river
with figures fishing on shore by Clews, and a dessert plate depicting
190. public buildings, (repairs and imperfections), dia. 6 3/4-10 1/8 in.
Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Partial Tea Service, $500-700
England, early 19th century, depicting “Mount Vernon, The Seat of
the Late Gen’l Washington,” identified in blue stamped title on the
197.
bottom of some pieces, with floral border, comprising a teapot,
Four Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Dishes,
covered sugar, creamer, five tea bowls, and four saucers, twelve
England, second quarter 19th century, a dinner plate depicting a ship
items total, (minor chips), ht. 2 3/8-7 1/4 in.
at sea with shell, fruit, and flower border; a footed plate depicting a
$800-1,200
scene with cottages and boaters on a river, with flower border by
Edge, Malkin & Co.; a small oblong dish in the “Sheltered Peasants”
pattern; and a small plate depicting the “LANDING OF LA FAYETTE,”
191.
(oblong dish cracked), dia. 10, 8 3/4, 7 1/2, 6 3/4 in., respectively.
Seven Historic Blue Staffordshire Pottery Teaware Items, Enoch
$400-600
Wood & Sons, England, second quarter 19th century, depicting
“MAC DONNOUGHS VICTORY,” including a teapot, creamer, covered
sugar, two tea bowls, and two saucers, (repairs), ht. 1 1/4-8 1/4 in. 198.
Blue and White Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Fruit
Provenance: The teapot bears a label from the Richards’ collection. Basket and Undertray, Burslem, England, first quarter 19th century,
$1,200-1,800 the bowl with cut-out lattice sides, decorated with shepherds and
flock of sheep and cattle on a hillside overlooking a manor, floral
borders, scrolled tendril handles, backstamped “Riley’s Semi-China”
192. enclosed in a belt and buckle, (light stains on lower sides of bowl), ht.
Five Blue and White Transfer-printed Staffordshire Pottery Table 4 5/8, wd. 7 5/8, lg. 11 1/2 in.
Items, England, early 19th century, a Clews pottery “Landing of $200-400
LaFayette” soup bowl, two small platters with reticulated rims, one
depicting a vase of flowers, the other with two figures punting on a
river, an Adams pottery plate depicting “Villa in the Regent’s Park 199.
London,” a scallop rimmed plate depicting the “Geneva Capitol Six Blue and White Staffordshire Pottery Plates, England, early
Building” with rose blossom rim border, dia. 8 5/8-10 5/8 in. 19th century, dinner plates including “Dr. Syntax Reading his Tour,”
$300-500 E.& G. Phillips, Longport, “Pastoral Scene,” two with Asian scenery
and figures, a dessert or salad plate depicting “Barlborough Hall
Derbyshire,” a shallow bowl depicting figures in a manor landscape
193. titled “British Views,” dia. 8 1/8-10 3/8 in.
Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Dessert Plates, $200-250
Enoch Wood & Sons, England, early 19th century, both depicting the
“View at Trenton Falls,” with shell rim borders, printed title and
impressed maker’s mark on bottom, dia. 7 1/2 in. 200.
$400-600 Red Earthenware Mochaware Mug, attributed to Douai, France, c.
1800, pint mug with a central band of inlaid agate bracketed by rows
of rouletted beads highlighted with white slip, ht. 4 3/4 in.
194.
Historic Blue and White Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Note: Comparable examples are in the Mint Museum and at Historic
Platter, J. & W. Ridgeway, Hanley, England, 1814-30, oblong platter Deerfield.
depicting the “Alms House New York” from the “Beauties of America” $300-500
series, with rose and leaf medallion border, printed title and maker on
the reverse, (minor scratches), 12 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. 201.
$300-500 Mochaware Bowl, Britain, c. 1810, London shape bowl banded with
olive, orange, and dark brown slip, partially combed, ht. 4 5/8, dia. 9
5/8 in.
$600-800
Top row: 200-203; Second row: 204-207
Third row: 208-214; Fourth row: 215-221
Bottom row: 222-226; Shelf: 227

202. 204.
Mochaware Engine-turned Pepper Pot, Britain, c. 1800, Mochaware Bowl with Combed Slip Decoration, Britain, c. 1820,
creamware with green-glazed reeded band, black and rust bands, London-shape pearlware bowl with an acanthus leaf rouletted rim
and engine-turned vertical cuts, ht. 4 1/8 in. above a burnt sienna field with combed, spiraling, dark brown band
$400-600 and a brown band on the undercut, ht. 3 1/4, dia. 6 5/8 in.
$300-500

203.
Mochaware Covered Teapot, Britain, c. 1800, pearlware teapot, 205.
engine-turned cylindrical shape with black slip fields, checkered Mochaware Porter Pint Mug, Britain, c. 1830, the pearlware mug
rouletting, and acorn knop, ht. 5 3/4 in. with looping earthworm bordered by black bands, ht. 4 in.
$300-500 $300-500
206. 216.
Engine-turned Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1800, baluster-form Mochaware Quart Mug with Dendritic Decoration, Britain, c. 1795,
pearlware jug banded with blue, black, and rust with an inlaid rust with green-glazed reeded rim above an orange field, with black
engine-turned geometric pattern, ht. 5 in. “trees” and “underbrush,” ht. 6 in.
$300-500 $600-800

207. 217.
Redware Mocha-decorated Bowl, attributed to the Buckley Small Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1830, baluster-form pearlware jug
potteries, North Wales, c. 1800, hemispherical bowl with black banded with brown and black slip with white slip-trailed waves, ht. 3
banded rim above black dendritic “trees” and “underbrush,” ht. 3, dia. 3/4 in.
6 3/8 in $200-250
$250-350

218.
208. Rare Engine-turned Earthenware Pepper Mill, James Macintyre,
Mochaware Jug with “Seaweed” Decoration, Britain, c. 1800, Burslem, c. 1870, engine-turned and dipped body, with a Peugeot,
barrel-form pearlware jug with a green-glazed rouletted band, black (France) steel mill, ht. 3 1/4 in.
slip bands, and black “seaweed” on the broad blue field, ht. 3 3/4 in. $300-500
$200-250

219.
209. Creamware Covered Cream Jug, Britain, c. 1790, the barrel-form
Mochaware Hemispherical Bowl, Britain, c. 1790, pearlware with jug with broad bands of surface agate decoration, ht. 5 in.
slip marbling and a green-glazed reeded rim, ht. 2 3/4, dia. 6 in. $300-500
$400-600
220.
Mochaware Pint Jug, Britain, c. 1795, the pearlware jug with black
210.
dendritic “trees” on a red ground bordered by blue bands, ht. 5 in.
Mochaware Cream Jug, Britain, c. 1800, pearlware jug, slip-banded
$400-600
in blue and maroon above an orange field with odd, perhaps unique,
slip/dendritic markings, ht. 3 1/2 in.
$300-500 221.
Mochaware Pepper Pot, Britain, c. 1810, the pearlware pot with
meandering spots of dendritic decoration, ht. 4 1/2 in.
211. $300-500
Mochaware Marbled and Sprig-decorated Bowl, Britain, c, 1780,
hemispherical pearlware bowl, slip-marbled in brown, ochre, and
white, the marbling surmounted by sprigged flower heads and 222.
bellflower swags, ht. 3 1/2, dia. 8 3/4 in. Mochaware Engine-turned Tea Canister and Matching Cup and
Saucer, Britain, c. 1795, pearlware with blue slip fields interrupted
Provenance: Deaccessioned by the Museum of Early Southern with engine-turned black-inlaid checkered band, cannister ht. 5 in.
Decorative Arts, Salem, North Carolina. $300-500
$600-800
223.
212. Dutch-shape Engine-turned Jug, Britain, c. 1805, pearlware,
Mochaware Beaker, Britain, c. 1780, slip-marbled pearlware dipped in dark brown slip and turned away in two reeded bands
combed in blue, black, and brown, with green-glazed reeded rim and colored with yellow glaze (antimony), engine-turned with thin vertical
foot, ht. 3 1/4 in. stripes intersecting with white scored bands, painted yellow and
$300-500 green at the rim, ht. 4 1/2 in.
$300-500

213.
Mochaware Teapot, attributed to Ralph Wood, Burslem, 224.
Staffordshire, c. 1785, oval creamware teapot with agate surface Three French Dipped Ware Pottery Items, 19th century, a black-
decoration, the cover with reclining spaniel knop, ht. 3 1/2 in. checkered whiteware cup with the blue-printed mark “J. Viellard & Cie
$400-600 Bordeaux/Porcelaine Opaque Anglaise. D. Johnston,” a mocha can
with swirling dendritic decoration impressed “GIEN,” and a mug
banded in blue and black with a printed mark “GIEN G.G. & Cie,” ht.
214. 2 3/4, 2 3/4, 3 5/8 in., respectively.
Mochaware Engine-turned Spill Vase, Britain, c. 1800, pearlware,
banded with blue and black and with black and rust engine-turning, Literature: The black checkered cup is illustrated in Mocha and
ht. 3 1/2 in. Related Dipped Wares, 1770-1939, by Jonathan Rickard, University
$200-400 Press of New England, Hanover, and London, 2006.
$250-350

215.
Mochaware Porter Mug, probably LeBeuf et Thibault, Montereau, 225.
France, c. 1820, faience fine, with thin blue bands at rim and foot Earthenware Bowl and Porter Mug, Britain, early 19th century, a
bracketing a field of dark brown decorated with a looping tricolor creamware hemispherical bowl, banded in browns with S-curved
earthworm, the handle with typical Montereau foliate terminals, ht. 4 engine-turning together with a yellow-bodied porter mug with brown
in. slip bands in turned recesses, ht. 3, 2 7/8, bowl dia. 6 1/4 in.
$200-400 $150-200
233

226. 233.
Three Speckled Slip and Checkered Mochaware Items, Britain. c. Rare Eighteen-piece Mocha Dipped-Ware Tea Set, attributed to
1790, creamware, a footed salt and cream jug with speckled Charles and Jacob Leigh, Douai, France, c. 1800, yellow-bodied set
manganese slip field and black inlaid checkered band; together with a comprising six cups and saucers, teapot and cover, sugar bowl and
similar half-pint mug with olive speckled field, ht. 1 7/8, 5 1/2, 3 3/8 cover, cream jug, and a bowl, all with rouletted rows of beads
in., respectively. highlighted with white slip bracketing inlaid bands of agate, ht. 1 1/2-
$250-450 6, bowl dia. 6 in.
$1,800-2,200
227.
Mahogany Whale-end Shelf, New England, 19th century, with five 234.
graduated shelves on shaped ends, ht. 44 1/2, wd. 32 1/4, dp. 12 in, Child’s Creamware Mug, Britain, c. 1800, the mug banded in dark
together with a modern copy. brown and painted with yellow, lettered in dark brown “A Trifle for
$600-800 Ellen,” ht. 2 3/8 in.
$200-250
228.
Copper Luster and Mocha Jug and Footed Pearlware Mocha 235.
Jug, Britain, c. 1800-25, the copper luster jug with red earthenware Three Yellow-glazed Children’s Mugs, Britain, early 19th century,
banded in cream slip with black dendritic markings; the pearlware jug two mugs with red transfer prints and sayings: “A Present for a Good
with black “trees” on an ochre field, (imperfections), 5 1/4 and 5 3/4 Girl” and “Hay While the Sun Shines”; the other painted in red with a
in., respectively. structure and landscape, (imperfections), ht. 2 1/2 to 2 1/4 in.
$400-600 $250-350

229. 236.
Mochaware “Dutch Shape” Jug, Britain, c. 1805, creamware jug Three Yellow-glazed Children’s Mugs, Britain, early 19th century, all
with slip-banded neck and surface-encrusted swelled body, ht. 5 1/4 transfer printed in red, one with silver luster rim and “A Present for my
in. Dear Girl/Childhood,” one “Industrious Fish Girl,” and one with a
$200-300 scene of a schoolmaster and pupils, (imperfections), ht. 2 1/2 to 2
1/4 in.
$250-350
230.
Slip-banded and Polychrome Creamware Jug, attributed to the
Herculaneum Pottery, Liverpool, England, c. 1800, the engine-turned 237.
jug decorated with yellow devices and leafy swags, ht. 6 1/2 in. Three Yellow-glazed Children’s Mugs, Britain, early 19th century,
$300-500 two transfer-printed in red, one in black, “Keep Thy Shop and Thy
Shop Will Keep Thee,” “My son if sinners entice thee, consent thou
not lest disgrace come upon thee,” and “Accept this pledge of
231. affection,” (imperfections), ht. 2 3/4 to 2 1/4 in.
Mochaware Child’s Mug, England, c. 1800, slip-marbled creamware $250-350
in blue, black, and brown, with blue rim band, ht. 2 1/4 in.
$300-500
238.
Three Yellow-glazed Children’s Mugs, Britain, early 19th century,
232. one depicting images of LaFayette and Washington with an eagle
Mochaware Quart Mug and a Floral Enamel-decorated English printed in red; one with a bird on a branch in silver resist; and one
Pottery Pitcher, England, early 19th century, pearlware mug depicting a scene of a woman reading, printed in black,
decorated with blue and amber sponged stripes, the pitcher with pink (imperfections), ht. 2 1/2 to 2 1/4 in.
and green pendant flowers, (imperfections), ht. 6 1/8, 6 1/4 in. $250-350
$150-250
242 (3) 243 244 245 246 247 248

239. 245.
Three Yellow-glazed Children’s Mugs and Cup and Saucer, Pratt-type Pottery “Charity” Figural Group, England, 18th century,
Britain, early 19th century, the cup and saucer with a black-printed pearl glazed earthenware figures with overglaze enamel-painted
tea party scene, the pearlware mugs with scenes printed in red, one decoration, on a square base with molded leaf decoration, ht. 9 3/4
with “A Gift form the Pottery,” (imperfections), ht. 2 1/2 to 2 1/4 in. in.
$300-500 $300-500

240. 246.
Pearlware Sign Language Mug, Britain, c. 1825, the mug with Pratt-type Pottery Figure of Winter, England, c. 1800, in typical
black-printed sign language alphabet, (imperfections), ht. 2 1/2 in. palette, modeled standing on a cut-corner square base with raised
$100-150 stiff leaf border, (chip to foot rim), ht. 9 1/4 in.
$200-250
241.
Two Children’s Mugs and a Miniature Chamber Pot, Britain, early
247.
19th century, a pearlware mug with red-printed “To WASHINGTON
Earthenware Figure of Neptune, England, late 18th century,
the Patriot of AMERICA” within a floral border; and a green-glazed
modeled standing on a square plinth with raised urns, (imperfections),
child’s mug with a textured rouletted surface, the miniature chamber
ht. 11 3/8 in.
pot printed with “Remember me when this you see,” (imperfections),
$200-250
ht. 2 1/2 to 2 1/4 in.
$250-350
248.
242. Large Bocage Pottery Biblical Figural Group of Abraham
Three Pottery Bocage Figural Groups, England, early 19th century, Sacrificing His Son Isaac, England, 19th century, overglaze
overglaze enamel decorated figures, a group depicting a boy with a enameled earthenware, the figures on a landscape base, with floral
bagpipe and a girl seated with a squirrel set on a stepped border, (imperfections), ht. 14 1/2 in.
landscaped base with wreath-form floral bocage, one group modeled $300-500
as musicians, seated and playing instruments, accompanied by a dog
and sheep on a landscaped base; one group depicting man selling
shoes to a woman, set on a landscaped base, (imperfections), ht. 9, 249.
8 3/8, 8 in., respectively. Three Staffordshire Pottery Bocage Figural Groups, England, early
$400-600 19th century, overglaze enamel decorated figures, a Walton group
with children at play, with “WALTON” ribbon mark, a tithe pig group,
and a group with a blacksmith marrying a couple, (imperfections), ht.
243. 7-8 1/4 in.
Neale-type Earthenware Figure of a Woman Holding a Dove, $400-600
England, late 18th/early 19th century, overglaze enamel decorated
figure on a mound and square base, (repaired break, glaze losses),
ht. 10 1/2 in. 250.
$200-250 Five Staffordshire Pottery Earthenware Figures, England, c. 1815,
overglaze enamel decorated figures, four bocage figures, two Ralph
Salt: “EARTH” and “GIRL AND LAMB,” both with impressed “SALT”
244. ribbon mark; a Walton figure of a boy and his dog, with impressed
Neale-type Earthenware Figure of a Classical Woman with a Walton ribbon mark; and a “SHOW WOMAN” figure; together with a
Dove, England, late 18th/early 19th century, standing figure on a figure of a cobbler, (chips and repairs), ht. 5-6 5/8 in.
mound and square base, (minor imperfections), ht. 10 1/2 in. $400-600
$200-250
Lots 261-272

251. 255.
Two Earthenware Figures, England, late 18th century, overglaze Pair of Enamel Decorated Armorial Plates, England, 19th century,
enamel decorated figures, a Neale-type figure modeled as Charlotte the plates centered with polychrome enameled transfer design over
mourning over the ashes of her husband; a female allegorical figure of the motto “QUA/POTE/LUCET” (by which power it shines), with
Plenty, standing holding a horn of plenty, with a wreath of flowers in scrolled molded leaf border, dia. 9 3/4 in.
her hair, with “Meek’s Collection” label on base; both on square $300-500
bases, ht. 9 1/8, 8 1/2 in.
$200-300
256.
Imari Palette Ironstone Plate, “Mason’s Patent Ironstone China,”
252. England, c. 1813-20, decorated with peacocks, a fence, and flowers,
Two Staffordshire Pottery Figures, Wood Pottery, England, late with floral border, impressed maker’s mark on back, dia. 9 1/2 in.
18th century, one depicting Apollo standing with his lyre on a rocky $100-150
base, with group of trees rebus mark on side of base; a group
depicting Charity with a woman carrying a child in her left arm and
257.
another clinging to her skirt, on a rocky base, (imperfections), ht. 8
Five Oblong Molded Blue-edged Staffordshire Pottery Platters,
3/8, 8 3/8 in.
England, early 19th century, a set of four graduating platters with
$300-500
flower and anthemion leaf and leaf blade molded borders, the
smallest impressed “HALLS” on the bottom, dia. 19, 17 1/4, 15, 14;
a large platter with molded anthemion leaf border, dia. 18 in.
253.
$300-500
Two Staffordshire Pottery Animal Figures, England, early 19th
century, overglaze enamel decorated figures, one modeled as a
recumbent fawn on a landscaped base, the other a cow with 258.
flowering bocage background on a landscape base, ht. 5 1/8, 7 in. Pearlware Fruit Bowl, England, early 19th century, oval dish with
$200-250 blue feather edge on scalloped rim, openwork sides decorated with
blue swags, (minor hairline), ht. 3 1/4, wd. 8 1/2, lg. 11 1/4 in.
$500-700
254.
Two Neale-type Pottery Figures, England, late 18th/early 19th
century, overglaze enamel decorated figures, one depicting a woman 259.
with an apron of fish, the other a man starting a fire with a magnifying Five Blue and White Chinoiserie-decorated Pearlware Plates,
glass in one hand, a branch in the other hand, on square bases, England, early 19th century, painted with a scene with a figure and a
(imperfections), ht. 6 7/8 in. pagoda, molded feather rims with blue edges, (rim chips), dia. 9 5/8
$200-250 in.
$1,000-1,500
260. 269.
Blue and White Chinoiserie-decorated Pearlware Bowl, England, Chinese Export Porcelain Reticulated Porcelain Fruit Basket and
late 18th century, the center decorated with a figure holding an Four Lobed Bowls, late 18th/early 19th century, the elongated oval
umbrella in a landscape, the exterior with landscapes with buildings basket with reticulated rims, simulated basketweave exterior,
and foliage, trellis rim border, (minor rim chip), ht. 3 1/2, dia. 8 1/2 in. decorated with green berry motifs, with four matching four-lobed
$200-300 bowls, (one small bowl with rim with losses), ht. 5 1/8, 3 1/2, dia. 6
7/8, 13 3/4 in.
$600-800
261.
Chinese Export Porcelain Plate with Rooster, late 18th/early 19th
century, the center of the plate with enamel-decorated rooster in a 270.
landscape, with blue and white leaf border, dia. 9 1/8 in. Four Chinese Export Porcelain Eagle Decorated Table Items,
$400-600 America, late 18th/early 19th century, a tea bowl with matching
saucer with sepia and iron red spreadwing American eagle and shield
under a gilt sunburst, with gilt-starred sepia border; a similarly
262. decorated tea bowl with gilt-starred salmon-colored border; together
Three Chinese Export Porcelain Plates, late 18th/early 19th with a salad or dessert plate centered with a sepia eagle perched on
century, two armorial plates and one decorated with flowers and rockery in an oval reserve, ht. 3/4-2, dia. 3 1/2-7 3/4 in.
crabs, (crab and flower decorated plate with rim repairs), dia. 9-9 1/4 $800-1,200
in.
$200-300
271.
Chinese Export Porcelain Mandarin Pattern Mug, late 18th/early
263. 19th century, decorated with a panel depicting figures in a courtyard,
Six Chinese Export Porcelain Tableware Items, late 18th/early 19th and four small panels with birds and waterfowl, blue underglaze
century, decorated with assorted blue, white, and gilt designs, a borders highlighted with iron red and gilt, (three small rim chips), ht. 4
punch bowl, a hot water plate, a tea bowl and saucer, small dish, and 7/8 in.
a lobed dish, (imperfections), ht. 7/8-4 3/4 in. $600-800
$200-400

272.
264. Five Chinese Export Porcelain Teaware Items, late 18th/early 19th
Chinese Export Porcelain Teapot, late 18th/early 19th century, century, each with blue and white decoration, a helmet-shaped cream
domed serpentine edged cover on an oval form with lobed body jug decorated with a cherub over an eagle and monogrammed shield
decorated with large panels with figures in a courtyard, famille rose under a sunburst, a drum-form teapot, tea caddy and a baluster-form
diamond diaper with smaller panels of iron red trees and gilt flower cream jug ornamented with a blue and gilt mantle over a flower-
sprigs, ht. 7 1/4 in. sprigged shield; a Nanking pattern drum-form teapot with reeded
$300-500 lapped handle with leaf terminals, (imperfections), ht. 5-5 3/4 in.
$400-600

265.
Fifteen Chinese Export Porcelain Dinner Plates, late 18th/early 273.
19th century, the plates centered with a gilt monogram surrounded by Pair of Chinese Export Famille Rose Decorated Platters, late
two concentric circles of blue and gilt flower blossoms, the rims with 18th/early 19th century, chamfered rectangular platters with gilt spear
five reserves depicting dragons, birds, butterflies, sheep, and deer, and pink diaper borders, (smaller platter with repaired crack), 11 3/8 x
(five with heavy glaze wear), dia. 10 in. 14 5/8, 18 1/4 x 15 in.
$1,000-1,500 $800-1,000

266. 274.
Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Coffeepot, late 18th/early Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Decorated Platter, China,
19th century, lighthouse-form, with domed lid with fruit knop, reeded late 18th/early 19th century, (minor rim chips, glaze imperfections),
entwined strap handle with leaf terminals, decorated with floral dia. 10 5/8 in.
bouquets and sprigs, rose diaper borders, ht. 9 1/2 in. $800-1,000
$400-600

275.
267. Two Small Oval Chinese Export Porcelain Platters, China, late
Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Shallow Bowls, early 19th 18th/early 19th century, the platters with famille rose decoration and
century, both bowls centered with a basket of flowers design, the bianco-sopra-bianco rim borders, (glaze imperfections), dia. 10 5/8 in.
rims bordered with swags of flowers and a key pattern, (rims cut $800-1,200
down), ht. 2, dia. 9 5/8 in.
$300-400
276.
Chinese Export Porcelain Teapot and Tea Caddy, late 18th/early
268. 19th century, made for the western market and decorated en grisaille,
Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Jardinières, early 19th century, the tea caddy decorated with a female allegorical figure holding aloft
divided containers, each with red bat figures forming the rim, the a pair of birds, and one hand rests on a monogrammed cartouche,
sides decorated with flower vases, potted plants, and birds perched acanthus leaf and cornucopia border (lacking cover, rim chip); the
on flowering branches, ht. 6, wd. 11, dp. 8 in. teapot depicting Orpheus playing a lyre flanked by flowering lotus,
$1,500-2,500 butterfly and vine border, (mismatched lid), ht. 3 1/2, 4 1/2 in.
$400-600
277. 285.
Pair of Chinese Export Armorial Dinner Plates, late 18th/early 19th Twelve Assorted Chinese Export Famille Rose Decorated
century, the plates centered with an armorial crest over a banner Teaware Items, late 18th/early 19th century, seven tea bowls, four
inscribed “OU MAINTENANT OU JAMAIS” (Now or Never), (rim saucers, and a small tea caddy, (one tea bowl with small rim chip), ht.
chips), dia. 9 3/4 in. 1 1/8-2 7/8 in.
$200-250 $200-300

278. 286.
Four Small Chinese Export Porcelain Dishes, late 18th/early 19th
Chinese Export Porcelain Partial Tea Set, late 18th/early 19th
century, a pair of Mandarin decorated octagonal dishes, and a pair of
century, each decorated with iron red flower sprigs and borders,
lozenge-form dishes, one decorated with butterflies, fruit, and flowers,
comprising two teapots, sugar bowl, and seven tea bowls, ten items
(rim chips), dia. 6 1/4, 5 in.
total, (imperfections), ht. 1 7/8-6 in.
$200-300
$300-400

287.
279. Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Dinner Plates, late 18th/early
Two Small Chinese Export Porcelain Plates, late 18th/early 19th 19th century, the plates centered with a round reserve with a scene
century, the plates centered with a shield monogrammed with the painted in sepia and gold depicting a crenellated building beside a
initials “JR” surmounted with two birds, a blue and gilt mantle and river with an arched bridge, salmon-colored rim border with black and
rose-colored bowknot, with gilt star-spangled blue rim border, dia. 7 gilt leaves, (hairline on one plate), dia. 9 3/4 in.
1/2 in. $200-300
$75-100
288.
280. Eight Assorted Chinese Export Porcelain Cream Pitchers, late
Chinese Export Porcelain Coffeepot and Teapot, late 18th/early 18th/early 19th century, a helmet-form and a baluster form with floral
19th century, a lighthouse-form coffeepot with fruit-form knop on sprig decoration, two with armorial decoration, one decorated with
domed cover, entwined reeded strap handle with leaf terminals, the birds in a landscape, one with an urn, one with a monogrammed
shield, and one in the Nanking pattern, (imperfections), ht. 3 1/8-4
sides decorated with a shield draped with a gilt mantle with a pair of
3/4 in.
birds above the shield; a drum-form teapot with similar knop and
$300-400
handle with “LNN” monograms on the side, (teapot with hairlines), ht.
9 1/2, 5 3/4 in., respectively.
$300-500 289.
Four Covered Chinese Export Porcelain Cream Pitchers, late
18th/early 19th century, one Rose Mandarin pattern, one with shaped
281. reserve with Mandarin scene on a blue ground with gilt foliage, one
Chinese Export Porcelain Oval Armorial Platter, late 18th/early decorated with fish, and one decorated with a blue and gilt mantle
19th century, the platter centered with an armorial shield with clusters over a monogrammed shield, (imperfections), ht. 4 5/8-5 1/2 in.
of grapes within and flanking the shield, gilt-starred blue rim border, $250-350
(gilt wear on shield), dia. 13 in.
$400-600
290.
Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Bowl, early 19th century,
282. round shallow bowl with floral decoration at center and on rim, (glaze
Famille Rose Porcelain Teapot, China, early 19th century, bulbous wear), dia. 10 1/4 in.
form decorated with flower sprigs and garlands, ht. 5 1/4 in. $75-100
$200-300
291.
Chinese Export Porcelain Oval Platter, late 18th/early 19th century,
283. the platter centered with a monogrammed oval suspended from a
Nine Chinese Export Porcelain Table Items, late 18th/early 19th puce bowknot grasped by a bird in flight, with enamel and gilt flower
century, a chamfered rectangular platter with central scene of a family sprigs and grape cluster bordering the rim, (rim repairs), dia. 11 5/8
in a courtyard, a floral decorated bowl, a soup plate centered with a in.
scene with figures in a courtyard, with dragon border; two blue and $150-200
white dinner plates, one decorated with a waterway scene, the other
with flowers; a small plate decorated with flower sprigs and an oval
monogrammed pendant, three demitasse cups, one decorated en 292.
grisaille with western figures in a landscape, the other two with Two Small Chinese Export Porcelain Oval Armorial Plates, late
Chinese family scenes, (minor imperfections), ht. 2 1/2-3 3/4, dia. 6- 18th/early 19th century, the plates centered with an armorial shield
14 3/4 in. under a blue and ermine mantle with gilt bowknots and tassels, blue
$150-200 and gilt flower-sprigged and dotted rim borders, (enamel and gilt
wear, rim chips), dia. 7 5/8 in.
$75-100
284.
Two Small Chinese Export Porcelain Dishes, late 18th/early 19th 293.
century, an oval lobed dish decorated with iron red waterway Chinese Export Painted and Gilt Lacquer Tea Caddy, 19th
landscape at the center; a leaf-form dish decorated with a bird amidst century, rectangular caddy with hinged lid, the exterior decorated with
rocks and flowers, (small rim chips and glaze wear on leaf dish), dia. figures processing tea leaves, the interior fitted with a pewter
8, 8 in. container with hinged lid, engraved with a figure, (minor paint wear),
$200-300 ht. 3 1/2, wd. 6 3/8, dp. 4 3/8 in.
$200-300
Top row: 296-299; Second row: 300-304
Third row: 305-308; Fourth row: 309-311
Bottom row: 312-317, 222 (partial); Shelf: 227

294. 295.
Chinese Gilt Lacquer Sewing Box with Ivory Sewing Implements, Camphorwood Brass-bound Chest, China, mid-19th century,
c. 1840, octagonal form with brass handles and carved paw feet, refinished, (sun bleached), ht. 16, wd. 34, dp. 18 in.
decorated with a gilt waterway with houses and figures, figures in $250-350
courtyards, flowers, and birds on a black ground, the interior fitted
with a compartmented lift-out tray containing ivory sewing
implements, lower compartmented drawer, one compartment with 296.
hinged lid, (gilt wear, surface cracks, lacquer losses on drawer), ht. 6 Mochaware Engine-turned Bowl, Britain, c. 1800, hemispherical
1/4, wd. 13 1/2, dp. 9 1/2 in. creamware bowl with black slip-inlaid engine-turning, brown bands,
$250-350 and a green-glazed reeded band, ht. 3 3/8, dia. 6 3/8 in.
$400-600
297. 307.
Mochaware Marbled Quart Mug, Britain, c. 1790, pearlware, Sprigged and Speckled Mochaware Bowl, Britain, c. 1785,
banded in dark brown above a white field marbled with dark brown, hemispherical pearlware bowl with a speckled blue slip field, sprigged
taupe, and rust, ht. 6 in. with white swags, cobalt painted Chinoiserie rim inside and out and a
$600-800 cobalt flower in the well, ht. 3 3/8, dia. 7 3/8 in.
$400-600

298.
Mochaware Splashed Slip-decorated Bowl, Britain, c. 1800, 308.
hemispherical creamware bowl with a taupe slip band on reeding Mochaware Porter Mug, probably Wooden Box (Woodville),
bracketed by black bands, all above a rust slip field with splashed Derbyshire, c.1830, yellowware mug banded with white and blue slip
white and black slip, ht. 3 1/2, dia. 7 1/4 in. and with blue dendritic “pineapple” decoration, ht. 4 7/8 in.
$600-800 $500-700

299. 309.
Make-Do Repaired Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1800, barrel-form Mochaware Bag-shape Jug, Britain, c. 1820, pearlware jug with a
pearlware jug with black “seaweed” on two orange bands and black green-glazed reeded band, black and blue slip bands, white slip dots
inlaid rouletted bands, old cracks with make-do repairs with drilled on a black band, and a meandering earthworm design on a white
holes threaded with twine, ht. 6 1/4 in. field, ht. 6 1/4 in.
$600-800 $600-800

300. 310.
Rare Mochaware Goblet, Britain, c. 1780, creamware goblet with Mochaware Butter Tub, possibly the Lewis Pottery, Louisville,
marbled slip and green-glazed reeded bands, ht. 4 3/4 in. Kentucky, c. 1840, yellowware handled tub, banded in brown with
$400-600 two rows of brown and white cat’s-eyes, ht. 5 3/4 in.
$200-300

301.
Earthworm Decorated Mochaware Mug, Britain, c. 1820, pearlware 311.
pint mug with a green-glazed rouletted band flanked by black bands Mochaware Slip-decorated Jug, attributed to Enoch Wood,
above an ochre field with undulating earthworm design, ht. 5 in. Burslem, Staffordshire potteries, c. 1830, barrel-form pearlware jug
$400-600 with acanthus leaf rouletted rim and foot, only the rim green glazed,
over a broad field ornamented with white trailed slip waves and dots
bordered by blue bands, ht. 5 1/2 in.
302. $800-1,200
Mochaware Marbled Bowl, Britain, c. 1800, hemispherical
creamware bowl, with black bands above a rust-colored field
vigorously marbled with brown and white slip, ht. 2 3/4, dia. 6 1/4 in. 312.
$500-700 Mochaware Mug, Britain, c. 1790, half-pint creamware mug with
green-glazed reeded band over black bands and marbled slip, ht. 3
3/8 in.
303. $300-500
Mochaware Pint Mug, Britain, c. 1800, the pearlware mug with
engine-turned vertical stripes cut through brown slip, bordered by
green-glazed reeded bands, ht. 5 in. 313.
$200-300 Earthenware Coffeepot and Marbled Sugar Bowl, Sarreguemines,
France, early 19th century, the coffeepot of pale buff earthenware
dipped in rust slip and scored in bands and engine-turned in a
304. checkerboard pattern; a red earthenware handled sugar bowl and
Mochaware Tea Canister, Britain, c. 1790, slip-marbled creamware cover with broad cream-colored fields marbled with dark brown, both
in orange and brown, (lacking top), ht. 4 in. with impressed maker’s marks, ht. 6 3/8, 4 3/4 in.
$200-400 $150-200

305. 314.
Dutch Shape Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1805, with black “trees” Mochaware Marbled Mug, Britain, c. 1810, half-pint creamware
on a dark rust field interrupted by a recessed blue band with black mug with black bands bracketing boldly colored slip marbling, ht. 3
“seaweed,” ht. 5 1/4 in. 1/4 in.
$600-800 $400-600

306. 315.
Mochaware Porter Mug, Britain, c. 1830, banded with burnt sienna Mochaware Engine-turned Pint Mug, Britain, c. 1775, creamware
and black slips with wavy earthworm design below wavy tricolored pint mug banded in rust and blue with rust inlaid engine-turning, ht. 5
slip trailing, ht. 4 7/8 in. in.
$400-600 $400-600
316. 325.
Mochaware Mug with Applied Sprig Devices, Britain, c. 1780, half- Five English Pearlware Table Items, late 18th/early 19th century, an
pint pearlware mug with black daubs on a chestnut field interrupted oval teapot with recumbent lion finial on the cover, molded with a
by two green-glazed reeded bands and white sprigged devices, ht. 3 band of swags and tassels, and reeded band around base, acanthus
3/4 in. leaves around spout and on handle, speckled dark blue glaze; a pair
$200-400 of blue and white chinoiserie decorated plates with molded feather
rim band; a quart mug with flower and leaf decoration, and a covered
sugar bowl with peafowl and leaf decoration, (imperfections), ht. 4
317. 1/2, 5 7/8, 5; plate dia. 8 1/8 in.
Mochaware Slip-marbled Mug, Britain, c. 1780, half-pint $200-300
creamware mug, slip-marbled and combed, with three green-glazed
reeded bands, retains a label of Jonathan Horne, London, ht. 3 7/8
in. 326.
$500-700 Four Pearlware Table Items, England, early 19th century, a small
bowl, two cups and a small creamer, with pink floral decoration,
(chips, hairline), ht. 2 1/2-3 1/2, bowl dia. 4 3/4 in.
318. $200-300
Slip-marbled Earthenware Plate, Thomas Fradley, Staffordshire, late
19th century, whiteware plate slip-marbled with a gilt rim, impressed
327.
“Fradley,” dia. 9 1/4 in.
Delftware Charger, England, 18th/19th century, centered with a
$150-250
group of pottery, potted plants and a bird, floral and scrolled foliate
rim border, (minor glaze wear on rim), dia. 13 1/2 in.
$200-250
319.
Dutch-shape Pearlware Jug, Britain, c. 1805, the lower half dipped
in deep black, the neck and upper swelling and rim in burnt sienna 328.
with three thin blue bands, ht. 5 1/4 in. Polychrome-decorated Delftware Charger, Liverpool, England,
$200-250 18th century, decorated with a landscape with flowers and a fence in
the Fazackerly palette, (glaze losses, rim chips), dia. 13 7/8 in.
$300-500
320.
Caneware Teapot, Can, and Saucer, probably Davenport, Longport,
Staffordshire, c. 1800, the teapot and cover with engine-turned 329.
basketweave, with blue enamel highlights; the can and saucer Polychrome-decorated Delftware Charger, Liverpool, England,
sprigged with goat figures, engine-turned and enameled in blue, 18th century, decorated with flowers and a fence in the Fazackerly
teapot ht. 5 1/2, saucer dia. 4 1/2 in. palette, (glaze wear, rim chips), dia. 11 5/8 in.
$300-350 $300-500

321. 330.
Small Black Basalt Teapot and Cover, Keeling, Toft & Co., Hanley, Blue and White Floral-decorated Delft Charger, 18th century, (rim
Staffordshire, 1805-26, black basalt teapot, the cover with button chips and glaze wear), dia. 13 1/4 in.
knop and engine-turned geometric surface, impressed maker’s mark $300-500
“Keeling, Toft & Co.”
$100-150
331.
Blue and White Delft Charger and Plate, late 18th century, both
322. decorated with similar Chinoiserie figure and flowering tree
Stoneware Inkwell, probably Britain, late 18th century, pierced decoration, (cracks, rim chips), dia. 13 3/4, 7 7/8 in.
double-walled inkwell, salt-glazed stoneware dipped in blue slip, ht. 3, $200-250
wd. 2 3/8, lg. 4 3/4 in.
$300-500
332.
Chinoiserie-decorated Delft Bowl, 18th century, the center and
sides decorated with pale blue and white landscapes with houses,
323.
trees, and figures in a boat, (rim chips), ht. 4 1/4, dia. 10 1/8 in.
Blue and White Decorated Creamware Mug, England, early 19th
$200-400
century, half-pint mug decorated with a parrot perched on a branch
above a large assortment of fruit, with cell rim border, ht. 3 1/2 in.
$100-150 333.
Bristol Pottery Delftware Salt, England, 18th century, octagonal salt
decorated with scene of a town beside a river, (minor glaze wear), ht.
324. 1 1/8, dia. 3 1/8 in.
Three Pratt-type Earthenware Pitchers, England, early 19th $300-500
century, with typical Pratt coloration with molded relief designs, one
depicting a sailor’s farewell and return, one depicting children at play
in heart-shaped reserves, one depicting hare hunting, (imperfections), 334.
ht. 6 1/4, 7 1/2, 7 1/2 in., respectively. Two Delftware Plates, 18th century, one decorated with underglaze
$400-600 blue chinoiserie landscape with trees, houses, and rockery with trellis
borders, the other decorated with flowers and a fence in the
Fazackerly palette, (imperfections), dia. 9, 8 7/8 in.
$100-150
Lots 337-347

335. 339.
Two Delftware Plates and a Blue and White Tin-glazed Pottery Two Chinese Export Porcelain Shrimp Dishes, early 19th century,
Plate, 18th century, a chinoiserie decorated Delftware plate depicting one decorated in the Rose Mandarin pattern (glaze wear), the other
a landscape with a man resting beneath a tree; a blue and white decorated with Chinese figures and objects with characters, dia. 10
Delftware plate decorated with flowers and vines beside a fencepost; 3/4 in.
a tin-glazed plate decorated with an eagle, with leaf blade and flower $400-600
border, (imperfections), dia. 9, 9 1/4, 7 7/8 in.
$200-400
340.
Chinese Export Porcelain Vase, made for the Middle Eastern
336. market, early 19th century, underglaze blue with gilt latticework and
Three Delft Plates, 18th century, a Dutch delft plate decorated with flowers surrounding panels depicting Mandarin figures in a courtyard,
polychrome trees and a house at water’s edge; a Dutch delft blue with gilt foo dog handles, the shoulder with gilt dragons, (minor
and white peacock pattern decorated plate with wide paneled floral enamel wear), ht. 14 1/8 in.
border; an Irish delft plate decorated with blue and white figure of a $200-250
woman in a landscape, ex Roger Bacon collection, (imperfections),
dia. 9, 9, 8 3/4 in., respectively.
$300-500 341.
Three Graduating Oval Imperial Nanking Porcelain Platters,
China, early 19th century, dia. 13 3/8, 14 5/8, 17 1/4 in.
337. $800-1,200
Three Chinese Export Fitzhugh Pattern Oval Porcelain Platters,
early 19th century, (middle sized platter with rim repairs), dia. 11 3/4,
13, 16 in. 342.
$800-1,200 Imperial Nanking Porcelain Reticulated Fruit Basket and
Underplate, China, early 19th century, (one handle repaired, gilt
wear), overall ht. 5, dia. 9 1/2 in.
338. $400-600
Pair of Rose Mandarin Porcelain Vases, China, mid-19th century,
elongated oval form, (repaired rim chip on one), ht. 11 1/2 in.
$600-800
348.
Thirty-two Imperial Nanking Porcelain Tableware Items, China,
early 19th century, six dinner plates, six soup plates, six tea bowls, six
saucers, six dessert plates, and two shallow serving bowls, (minor
chips and gilt wear), dia. 3 3/4-9 3/4 in.
$1,000-1,500

349.
Six Chinese Export Blue and White Porcelain Table Articles, early
to late 19th century, including three Imperial Nanking: a sauceboat, a
lozenge-form dish, and a small bowl; and three Canton: a hot water
plate and two leaf-form dishes, ht. 5/8-2 3/4 in.
$400-600

350.
Blue and White Canton Porcelain Platter, China, mid-19th century,
rectangular platter with chamfered corners, (glaze wear around
cavetto), 14 1/2 x 17 1/4 in.
$400-600

351.
Three Clobbered Gilt Blue Fitzhugh Chinese Export Porcelain
Items, early 19th century, each with gilt underglaze with Fitzhugh
pattern and blue trellis borders, a basin embellished with animals,
flowers, and Taoist emblems, a water bottle embellished with flowers
355 mounted as a lamp, and an oblong covered soap dish with drainer
insert embellished with flowers, (imperfections), basin ht. 5, dia. 16
3/8, bottle ht. 24 3/4 overall, soap dish ht. 3 in.
343. $200-250
Six Assorted Chinese Export Porcelain Table Items, late 18th/early
19th century, a drum-form teapot with lapped reeded handles with
leaf terminals, and a saucer in the Imperial Nanking pattern, a helmet- 352.
form creamer decorated with blue flower sprigs, a plate with famille Six Chinese Export Porcelain Table Items, 19th century, four
rose palette with flower, birds, and butterflies, a small shallow bowl Canton: round and oval shallow serving bowls and two small plates; a
decorated with applied floral border and polychrome enamel flower Rose Medallion scallop rim pitcher; and a celadon shrimp dish, (oval
sprig, a shallow six-lobe dish decorated with a bianco-sopra-bianco dish with 1/2 in. rim chip), pitcher ht. 6 3/8, dia. 8 1/2-11 in.
floral border surrounding gilt, iron red, and sepia flowers, with blue $250-350
flower cell rim border, (minor imperfections), ht. 3/4-5 in.
$200-300
353.
Chinese Export Fitzhugh Pattern Porcelain Serving Dish and
344. Sauceboat, early 19th century, the sauceboat with reeded entwined
Rose Medallion Porcelain Punch Bowl, China, late 19th century, strap handles, together with a shallow lobed square dish, (spout and
(minor enamel wear), ht. 6 1/4, dia. 14 3/4 in. rim repairs on sauceboat), ht. 3 5/8, 1 3/4, dish dia. 11 in.
$1,200-1,800 $300-500

345. 354.
Chinese Export Porcelain Fitzhugh Pattern Covered Oval Tureen Five Blue and White Chinese Export Porcelain Table Items, 19th
and Platter, 19th century, the tureen cover with large lotus blossom century, a covered cider jug decorated with a waterway scene, a
knop, the bowl with reeded entwined strap handles with foliate and Canton pattern leaf-form dish, a Fitzhugh pattern reticulated oval
berry terminals, ht. 10 3/4, platter dia. 16 in. plate, and two small gilt-rimmed Fitzhugh plates, (cider jug with
$800-1,200 repaired crack), jug ht. 9 3/4, dia. of plates and dishes 8 1/8, 10 1/8,
7 3/4, 7 3/4 in., respectively.
$200-250
346.
Four Chinese Export Fitzhugh Pattern Covered Syllabubs, early
19th century, the covers with fruit knops, entwined strap handles, ht. 355.
3 1/2 in. Pair of Famille Rose Chinese Export Porcelain Vases, early to
$150-200 mid-19th century, flared rim on tapered body with mask and ring faux
handles, (one with repaired rim, both with hairlines), ht. 24 in.
$1,500-2,500
347.
Blue and White Chinese Export Porcelain Cut-corner Bowl, 19th
century, landscape decoration with buildings on a waterway, 356.
supported on an adjustable metal stand, ht. of bowl 4 5/8, dia. 11 Rose Mandarin Porcelain Basin, China, late 19th century, ht. 5 7/8,
3/8 in. dia. 18 3/4 in.
$300-500 $800-1,200
Lots 372-384

357. 361.
Seven Chinese Export Porcelain Peacock-decorated Dessert Three Canton Porcelain Teapots and an Undertray, China, 19th
Plates, early 19th century, with borders incorporating flowers and century, one bulbous with gilt swag and tassels, and basketweave
butterflies, (minor enamel loss, one with small rim repair), dia. 8 3/8 textured borders, lapped reeded handle with finely molded leaf
in. terminals, with a matching lobed undertray; accompanied by two
$150-250 cylindrical-form teapots, (one cover mismatched, one cover with rim
chip), ht. 5 1/2, 5 1/8, 4 1/2 in.
$200-225
358.
Chinese Export Porcelain Bottle, late 19th century, the sides
decorated with waterway scenes, ht. 8 3/4 in. 362.
$200-300 Canton Covered Porcelain Vegetable Dish, China, late 19th
century, the cover with stem knop, the bowl with boar’s head
handles, ht. 6, dia. 10 in.
359. $200-225
Two Rose Mandarin Chinese Export Porcelain Covered Water
Bottles, 19th century, similar in form, one bottle embellished with 100
Antiques motifs, the other decorated with flowers and butterflies, 363.
(imperfections), ht. 14 1/4, 14 3/4 in. Canton Porcelain Covered Cider Jug, China, late 19th century, with
$400-600 foo dog finial on cover, entwined reeded lapped handles with leaf
terminals, ht. 7 5/8 in.
$200-250
360.
No lot.
364. 373.
Silver Creamer and Covered Sugar Bowl, Nathaniel Vernon, Pair of Sandwich Blue and Green Pressed Glass Newell Post
Charleston, South Carolina, early 19th century, rectangular boat- Finials, Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, Sandwich,
shaped bodies with tapered strap handles decorated with bands of Massachusetts, c. 1860, the hobnail pattern glass finials on baluster-
five-point stars, the shoulders with sand textured surface with form brass shafts and later painted wooden plinths, overall ht. 14 in.
engraved leaf tips, supported on ball feet, marked “N. VERNON” in a $1,000-1,500
serrated rectangle, (dents on lower body), ht. 5, 6 1/4 in., approx. 22
troy oz.
$1,000-1,500 374.
Cobalt Blown Molded Glass Mug, early 19th century, the mug with
applied ear-form handle, decorated with bands of arches, ovals, and
365.
floral medallions, ht. 4 3/4 in.
Silver Urn-form Covered Sugar Bowl, Simon Chaudron,
Philadelphia, late 18th century, the cover with urn finial, on an urn- $400-600
form body, splayed foot set on a square base, ornamented with
beaded bands, monogrammed within crossed laurel branches,
marked “SC” in a rectangle, (dents), ht. 9 3/8 in., approx. 13 troy oz. 375.
$800-1,200 Three White-rimmed Cobalt Blown Glass Table Items, America,
late 18th/early 19th century, a footed master salt, a covered sugar
bowl, and a small plate, ht. 2, 4 1/8, 7/8, dia. 2 5/8, 4 1/2, 5 1/2 in.
366. $400-600
Pewter Plate, one of the Boardman family of pewterers, Hartford,
Connecticut, early 19th century, single reeded brim on plate with two
oval eagle touchmarks on the underside, dia. 9 3/8 in. 376.
$200-300 Small Amethyst Blown Glass Covered Jar, late 18th/early 19th
century, with interior funnel, ht. 4 in.
$300-500
367.
Pewter Flagon and Charger, America, early 19th century, the flagon
with dome lid, double scroll handle, and molded base, by Boardman 377.
& Co., Hartford, Connecticut, 1805-50, with circular eagle touchmark Pale Blue Blown Glass Creamer, America, late 18th/early 19th
and “BOARDMAN & Co. NEW-YORK,” (minor dents), ht. 11 1/4; the century, with ribbed body, applied scroll handle, ht. 3 1/2 in.
charger with single reeded brim, by Frederick Bassett, New York City, $300-500
1761-80, (dents, repairs, pitting), dia. 16 3/8 in.
$300-500
378.
Enamel Decorated Bristol Glass Mug with Eagle Motif, early 19th
368.
century, blown-molded barrel-form slightly opalescent white glass
Pewter Coffeepot, George Richardson, Cranston, Rhode Island,
mug with applied handle, decorated with gilt inscription “Liberti” over
1828-45, the coffeepot with hinged domed lid, “G. RICHARDSON”
a spreadwing eagle flanked by laurel branches and gilt stars, (interior
maker’s mark in a rectangle on the base, (dents), ht. 10 1/4 in.
rim chip), ht. 5 3/4 in.
$100-150
$800-1,200

369.
Tin and Pewter Coffeepot, early 19th century, urn-form tin pot with 379.
pewter finial, handle, and base, ht. 10 in. Cut Overlay Glass String Holder, America, late 19th century, domed
$200-300 form with pierced knop, blue cut to clear punty cuts, ht. 4 5/8 in.
$400-600

370.
Twelve Pewter Chocolate Molds and a Candy Mold 380.
Manufacturer’s Catalogue, America, c. 1931, hinged molds Cobalt Blown Three-Mold Geometric Pattern Hat, America, early
featuring a Santa Claus, four flower blossoms, Kewpie Doll, airplane, 19th century, ht. 2 1/4 in.
turkey, ear of corn, candlestick, heart, and spade, together with a c. $200-250
1931 manufacturer’s catalog of chocolate molds for the Eppelsheimer
& Co., New York, c. 1931, mold dia. 3 3/4-6 in.
$300-500 381.
Early Brown Blown Glass Vinegar Bottle, late 18th/early 19th
century, with applied handle, ht. 2 1/4 in.
371.
$200-250
Pewter Handwarmer with Pierced Hearts, early 19th century,
square box with sliding panel, ht. 1 1/8 in.
$100-150
382.
Early Amber Blown Glass Salt, late 18th century, dia. 2 3/8 in.
372. $100-150
Sandwich Cut Double Overlay Glass Lamp with an Etched Glass
Shade, Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, Sandwich,
Massachusetts, 1860-80, the font made of raspberry-colored glass 383.
cut to white then cut to clear, with star, oval, quatrefoil, and vesica Amethyst Pressed Lacy Glass Boat-shaped Salt, America, early
cuts, supported on a reeded brass column and stepped marble base, 19th century, (minor edge chips and roughness), ht. 1 3/4, dia. 3 3/4
(minor imperfections), ht. 12 3/8; accompanied by a round colorless in.
glass shade with etched floral designs, ht. 6 1/4, fitter rim dia. 4 in. $200-250
$1,000-1,500
Lots 387-396

384. 388.
Amethyst Blown Glass Creamer, late 18th/early 19th century, with Amber Masonic/Eagle Glass Flask, Keene, New Hampshire, early
ten ribs slightly swirled on the neck, ht. 3 in. 19th century, pint flask, one side with Masonic decoration, the
$600-800 reverse with a banner over an eagle with American shield and oval
reserve inscribed “KEENE,” ht. 7 3/8 in.
$300-500
385.
Twenty-five Assorted Colorless Blown Glass Wines and Cordials,
America and/or Continental, late 18th/early 19th century, eleven 389.
matching glasses with conical bowls, flute cut stems, on disk bases, Olive Green Bust of Washington/Taylor Historical Glass Flask,
Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, 1848-55, the quart flask similar
the others with a variety of forms with conical and oval, molded, cut,
to McKearin’s GI-51, but Taylor’s button spacing slightly different, iron
or plain bowls, knopped, cut, and plain stems, and domed and disk
pontil mark, (lip chips, minor high point wear), ht. 8 1/4 in.
bases, ht. 2 3/8-4 3/4 in.
$300-500
$500-700

390.
386. Two Blown Molded Historical Glass Flasks, America, early 19th
Eleven Colorless Blown Glassware Items, America or Continental, century, a light amber half-pint railroad flask with “RAILROAD” over a
late 18th/early 19th century, a blown three-mold barrel-form tumbler, horse-drawn cart and “LOWELL,” with eagle and thirteen stars on the
and a small nappie, two flip glasses with molded narrow panels and reverse, (McKearin GV-10), made at the Coventry, Connecticut,
wheel engraved rim borders, a tumbler and a mug with wheel- glassworks, ht. 5 5/8; and an olive green Sunburst pint flask,
engraved potted plant design, a small tumbler with trapped bubble in (McKearin GVIII-3), (repaired holes), ht. 7 3/4 in.
base with engraved pendant blossom rim decoration, two small $100-150
barrel-form tumblers engraved with the name “J.F. Wilder,” a plain flip
glass, and a footed glass, (rim imperfection on small tumbler with
basket of flowers design), ht. 1 3/8-6 1/8 in. 391.
$500-700 Two Aquamarine Bust of Washington/Taylor Historical Glass
Flasks, Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, 1848-55, bluish-aqua
pint flask with sheared lip (McKearin GI-49), (minor high point wear),
387. ht. 6 5/8 in.; a light aqua pint flask with embossed “THE FATHER OF
Three Colored Blown Glass Items, early 19th century, pale and HIS COUNTRY” over a bust of Washington, the reverse with “I HAVE
medium blue blown flip glasses, and a light aqua oval sunburst pint ENDEAVOURED TO DO MY DUTY” over a bust of Taylor, (McKearin
flask (McKearin GVIII-20), ht. 5 7/8, 5 7/8, 6 7/8 in., respectively. GI-44), sheared lip, (faint interior haze, shallow base edge chips), ht. 7
in.
$150-250
$300-500
392. 400.
Pale Aqua Masonic Clasped Hands/Eagle Historical Blown Olive Yellow Eagle Glass Flask, Coventry, Connecticut, half-pint
Molded Glass Bottle, A.R. Samuels, Philadelphia, 1845-60, flask, both sides with an American eagle on oval panel, (McKearin GII-
calabash form, with applied lip, rough pontil, ht. 9 in. 71), ht. 6 1/8 in.
$100-150 $300-500

393. 401.
Two Colored Blown Molded Historical Glass Flasks, America, Olive Green Glass Cornucopia/Urn of Fruit Pint Flask, America,
19th century, an olive-amber pint flask with an American eagle on one early 19th century, (McKearin GIII-4), ht. 6 7/8 in.
side and a cornucopia with an “X” to the left of the cornucopia on the $200-250
reverse, (McKearin GII-73); an olive-amber pint flask with horse and
cart on rail with “SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD” on one side and an
eagle and thirteen stars on the reverse, (McKearin GV-8), (lip chips); 402.
ht. 6 1/2, 6 7/8 in., respectively. Two Aquamarine Glass Flasks and an Ointment Bottle, America,
$300-500 19th century, a pint flask by the Ravena Glass Co., Ravena, Ohio,
with an American Eagle and shield under thirteen stars on one side,
the reverse centered with an anchor with embossed “RAVENA
394. GLASS COMPANY,” (McKearin GII-38), (slight wear on high points),
Amber Orange Molded Glass Indian Queen Herb Bitters Bottle, ht. 7 7/8; a half-pint flask with embossed “TRAVELER’S
America, c. 1868-75, the bottle with ground lip and smooth base, COMPANION” on one side, and an eight-point star on the reverse, ht.
embossed lettering on lower oval reserve “BROWN’S/CELEBATED 6 1/4; and a small ointment bottle embossed “A.TRASKS/
[sic]/ INDIAN HERB BITTERS,” the rear panel near the base with MAGNETIC/OINTMENT” around the sides, ht. 3 1/4 in.
“PATENTED/FEB 11/1868,” ht. 12 in. $300-500
$400-600

403.
395. Two Amber Blown Molded Historical Masonic/Eagle Glass
Aquamarine Washington/Taylor Historical Glass Flask, Dyottville Flasks, Keene Glassworks, Keene, New Hampshire, early 19th
Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1848-55, a half pint flask century, a pint flask with Masonic decoration on one side and an
with a bust of Washington under embossed “THE FATHER OF HIS eagle over an oval reserve with embossed “KEENE,” (McKearin GIV-
COUNTRY,” the reverse with “GEN. TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS” 17); and a half-pint flask, (McKearin GV-24), (imperfections), ht. 7 3/4,
over a bust of Taylor, (McKearin GI-41), with sheared lip, (lip chips, 6 1/4 in.
slight high point wear), ht. 5 3/4 in. $300-500
$200-400

404.
396. Three Amber Blown Molded Historical Eagle Glass Flasks,
Three Colored Historical Blown Molded Glass Flasks, America, probably Keene Glassworks, Keene, New Hampshire, early 19th
19th century, an amber pint flask with an American eagle on one side century, two half-pint flasks and a pint flask with an eagle over an oval
and a cornucopia on the reverse, (McKearin GII-72); an olive green reserve, ht. 6 1/4, 6 1/4, 7 3/8 in.
half-pint flask, c. 1860-72, with “LIBERTY” over a spreadwing eagle, $300-500
molded maker’s mark “Willington Glass, Co. West Willington Conn.,”
on the reverse, (McKearin GII-63); and an olive-amber half-pint flask
with a cornucopia with a leaf on stem protruding from the left of the 405.
cornucopia on one side and an urn filled with produce on the other Aquamarine Pike’s Peak/Eagle Historical Glass Flask, America,
side, (McKearin GIII-10), (wear to high points), ht. 6 7/8, 6, 5 3/8 in. third quarter 19th century, a pale aqua pint flask with embossed “FOR
$300-500 PIKE’S PEAK” with a prospector carrying his tools over an oval
reserve, the reverse with an eagle with banner and shield over an oval
reserve, (McKearin GXI-37), with applied ring on lip, (interior slightly
397. hazy), ht. 7 1/2 in.
Three Colored Historical Blown Molded Glass Flasks, America, $200-400
early 19th century, two amber pint flasks with a sheaf of grain,
crossed with a rake and pitchfork, one over a star, one without a star,
the reverse of both with raised lettering “WESTFORD GLASS CO. 406.
WESTFORD CONN”; an olive-amber quart flask, both sides with an Amber Westford Glass/Sheaf of Wheat Flask and Cobalt Blue
American eagle with a plain ribbon above and plain oval below, (loss Medicine Bottle, late 19th century, the Westford Glass/Sheaf of
on lip and neck), ht. 7 7/8, 7 7/8, 9 3/8 in., respectively. Wheat flask with applied tapered lip, one side with raised sheaf of
$300-500 wheat, and crossed pitchfork and rake, the other side with raised
lettering “WESTFORD GLASS CO WESTFORD CONN.,” ht. 7 5/8;
and a cobalt blue square paneled bottle with paper label “ELIXER
398. CALISAYA with LACTOPEPTINE” embossed lettering “N.Y.
Aquamarine Blown Molded Glass Eagle Flask, America, early 19th PHARMACAL ASSOCIATION,” ht. 8 in.
century, half-pint flask, both sides depicting a banner over an eagle $200-250
and shield and oval reserve, ht. 6 in.
$300-500
407.
Seven Colored Blown Molded Glass Medicine or Snuff Bottles,
399. early 19th century, square and octagonal forms, four olive and three
Amber Lowell Railroad/Eagle Glass Flask, Coventry, Connecticut, amber bottles, one square bottle with a fragment of original printed
early 19th century, half-pint flask, (McKearin GV-10), ht. 5 7/8 in. paper label for “MACCOBOY SNUFF,” ht. 4 1/4-6 7/8 in.
$300-500 $400-600
417

411 412 413 414 415 416 (2)

408. 412.
Two Amber Glass Cabin-form Bitters Bottles, America, 1860-80, Neal Dow Presentation Oval Porcelain Covered Tureen and
an orange amber St. Drake’s bottle, tall four-log example with applied Underplate, Burslem, England, late 19th century, the cover, bowl,
tapered lip, raised lettering “ST. DRAKE’S 1860 PLANTATION X and underplate decorated with puce transfer bust portraits of notable
BITTERS” on one side, “PATENTED 1862” on reverse, ht. 10 1/2; a c. prohibitionist Neal S. Dow, with backstamp inscribed “United
1930 Clevenger Brothers reproduction amber bottle with embossed Kingdom Alliance For the Total Suppression of the Liquor Traffic/W.
lettering “E.C. BOOZ’S OLD CABIN WHISKEY” on one side of the Wildblood Burslem Staff,” tureen ht. 8, dia. 13 1/2, 16 in.
roof, “1840,” and “120 WALNUT ST PHILADELPHIA” on the other
side, embossed “CB” on bottom, (cracked, hole on corner of roof), Note: Neal Dow (1804-1897) was known as the “Father of
ht. 8 in. Prohibition.” He was a founding member of the Maine Temperance
$250-350 Society in 1827, and in 1851 became the prohibitionist mayor of
Portland, Maine. He served as brigadier general in the Civil War and
co-founded the National Temperance Society and Publishing House
409. with James Black in 1865. Dow ran for President of the United
Two Early Colored Glass Bottles, America, 18th/early 19th century, States as the Prohibition Party’s candidate in the 1880 election and
a blown amber glass spirit bottle with tooled lip and applied lip ring, came in fourth. This tureen and underplate and a large porcelain
the neck slightly twisted, high kick-up, ht. 8; and a blown-molded service was reportedly presented to Maria Cornelia Durant Maynard
olive-amber case gin bottle, with applied tapered lip, with key-mold Dow, the second wife of Neal Dow in April 16, 1867 by Temperance
seam on base centered with an “M,” (crack on base), ht. 10 3/4 in. friends of the Staffordshire Potteries
$200-400
Sold for the benefit of the Framingham History Center, Framingham,
Massachusetts.
410. $400-600
Six Early Colored Blown Glass Bottles, America, 19th century, a
pale green chestnut bottle, an amber-red bottle with applied handle,
an olive green bottle with sloped shoulder on wide body with high 413.
kick-up, an olive green soda bottle, an olive-amber bottle with six Pair of Colorless Glass Hurricane Shades, probably America, 19th
panels and off-center neck, (cracked), an olive-amber square bottle, century, each of baluster form with folded foot, ht. 14 in.
(crack), ht. 5 7/8-8 1/8 in. $300-500
$200-300

414.
411. Colorless Blown Glass and Millefiori Footed Dish, round dish with
Free-blown Colorless Glass Trumpet Vase, late 19th century, with folded rim, the interior centered with a blossom of millefiori canes,
polished pontil, ht. 5 7/8 in. disk base, ht. 3, dia. 4 1/2 in.
$200-250 $300-500
415. 425.
Amethyst and Colorless Blown Glass Vase, possibly Pittsburgh, Baluch Rug, Northeast Persia, mid-20th century, 6 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 10
early 19th century, amethyst glass baluster form with flared rim, in.
slightly ribbed and twisting to right on a colorless twisted ribbed stem $500-700
and round base, (rim partially ground), ht. 7 3/4 in.
$200-400
426.
Qashqai Bagface, Southwest Persia, early 20th century, (small
416.
corner repair), 2 ft. x 2 ft.
Three Brass Candlesticks, Two Small Colored Glass Items, and a
$100-150
Silver Plated Desk Set, 18th to early 20th century, a near pair of c.
1740 English brass petal-base candlesticks, a c. 1575 Dutch
“Capstan” candlestick, a cobalt blown molded perfume bottle with
pewter screw cap, and a pressed amethyst glass salt, together with 427.
an early 19th century glass and silver plated desk set made in Qashqai Rug, Southwest Persia, last quarter 19th century, (end,
England, (imperfections), ht. 1-7 1/4 in. edge, and corner gouges, several holes), 6 ft. 5 in. x 4 ft. 2 in.
$200-250 $800-1,000

417. 428.
Pair of Yellow Pressed Glass Tulip Vases, Boston & Sandwich Yomud Chuval, West Turkestan, early 20th century, 4 ft. 2 in. x 2 ft.
Glass Company, Sandwich, Massachusetts, c. 1845-65, with flaring 2 in.
scalloped rims and paneled sides on hexagonal bases, (minor $400-600
imperfections), ht. 10 1/2, base dia. 5 1/4 in.
$1,000-1,500
429.
Caucasian Kelim, late 19th century, (several small holes, some
418.
selvage damage), 12 ft. 2 in. x 5 ft. 8 in.
Kuba Rug, Northwest Caucasus, late 19th century, (even wear to
$400-600
center, crease), 4 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. 10 in.
$1,000-1,500
430.
419. Baluch Rug, Northeast Persia, late 19th/early 20th century, (two very
Northwest Persian Runner, late 19th century, (even wear to center, small repairs, brown oxidation, very small hole), 4 ft. x 2 ft. 8 in.
slight end fraying), 16 ft. 2 in. x 3 ft. 7 in. $400-600
$700-900

431.
420. Pakistani Prayer Rug, mid-20th century, (small spot of minor wear),
Dimirci Kula Rug, West Anatolia, second half 19th century, (small 4 ft. x 3 ft.
areas of wear, brown oxidation, small re-piling repairs), 6 ft. 3 in. x 5 $500-700
ft.
$1,000-1,500
432.
Central Anatolian Rug, last quarter 19th century, (rewoven ends,
421.
some moth damage, re-overcast), 3 ft. 8 in. x 2 ft.
Bergama Rug, West Anatolia, early 20th century, (minor wear to
$300-500
center), 3 ft. 5 in. x 3 ft. 5 in.
$700-900
433.
422. Saryk Torba, West Turkestan, late 19th century, 4 ft. 5 in. x 1 ft. 7 in.
Qashqai Rug, Southwest Persia, early 20th century, (slight wear to $400-600
center), 4 ft. x 3 ft.
$500-700
434.
Chinese Saddle Cover, late 19th century, (some moth damage), 4 ft.
423. 6 in. x 2 ft. 2 in.
Ushak Yastik, West Anatolia, late 19th century, (small spot of wear in $400-600
center), 3 ft. x 1 ft. 10 in.
$200-400
435.
West Anatolian Rug, late 19th century, (outer guard stripe missing
424. from both ends, small crude repairs and stain, two very small holes),
Anatolian Yastik, late 19th century, (even wear to center), 3 ft. 2 in. x
6 ft. 3 in. x 4 ft. 2 in.
2 ft.
$400-600
$500-700
436. 447.
Baluch Bagface, Northeast Persia, last quarter 19th century, (slight Heriz Rug, Northwest Persia, second quarter 20th century, (very
moth damage, brown oxidation), 2 ft. 2 in. x 2 ft. slight end fraying), 5 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. 6 in.
$300-500 $600-800

437. 448.
Dazkiri Rug, Southwest Anatolia, last quarter 19th century, (small Kurd Long Rug, Northwest Persia, late 19th century, (even wear,
areas of wear, two corner gouges), 7 ft. 7 in. x 4 ft. 8 in. brown oxidation, minor re-weaves on both ends), 11 ft. 2 in. x 4 ft.
$400-600 $800-1,200

438. 449.
Baluch Prayer Rug, Northeast Persia, late 19th century, (salvage Baluch Rug, Northwest Persia, second half 19th century, (areas of
damage, end fraying, very small hole, black oxidation), 4 ft. x 2 ft. 6 wear, brown oxidation), 5 ft. x 3 ft. 6 in.
in. $500-700
$400-600

450.
439. South Caucasian Long Rug, late 19th century, (minor even wear to
West Anatolian Rug, late 19th/early 20th century, (outer guard stripe center), 9 ft. 4 in. x 4 ft.
partially missing from one end, small spots of wear, small rewoven $600-800
area), 6 ft. 7 in. x 3 ft. 10 in.
$400-600
451.
Southwest Persian Rug, mid-20th century, (slight wear to center),
440. 10 ft. x 5 ft. 2 in.
Baluch Rug, Northeast Persia, second half 19th century, (areas of $600-800
wear, selvage damage), 4 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. 4 in.
$400-600
452.
Maslinghan Rug, Northwest Persia, second quarter 20th century,
441. (minor end fraying), 6 ft. 4 in. x 4 ft. 3 in.
Ersari Chuval, West Turkestan, late 19th century, (even wear to $800-1,000
center, slight end fraying), 4 ft. 10 in. x 2 ft. 11 in.
$500-700
453.
Khamseh Rug, Southwest Persia, early 20th century, (small spots of
442. wear, slight end fraying), 6 ft. 4 in. x 5 in.
Baluch Rug, Northeast Persia, late 19th century, (brown oxidation), 4 $500-700
ft. x 2 ft. 6 in.
$500-700
454.
South Caucasian Rug, last quarter 19th century, (very small hole,
443. small areas of wear, re-overcast, slight end fraying), 7 ft. 2 in. x 3 ft. 5
Central Anatolian Village Prayer Rug, mid-19th century, (areas of in.
wear, two small holes), 5 ft. x 3 ft. 10 in. $600-800
$400-600

455.
444. Karabagh Rug, South Caucasus, late 19th/early 20th century, (small
Southwest Persian Rug, mid-20th century, 8 ft. 2 in. x 5 ft. repair in field), 8 ft. x 5 ft. 6 in.
$500-700 $600-800

445. 456.
Pakistani Carpet, late 20th century, 9 ft. 4 in. x 7 ft. Kazak Rug, Southwest Caucasus, late 19th century, (small creases
$500-700 and spots of wear), 5 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 4 in.
$500-600

446.
Baluch Rug, Northeast Persia, late 19th century, (small areas of 457.
wear, minor moth damage to one corner, re-overcast), 5 ft. 3 in. x 3 Northwest Persian Carpet, early 20th century, (slight end fraying),
ft. 11 ft. 6 in. x 9 ft.
$500-700 $1,000-1,500
458.
Ersari Chuval, West Turkestan, late 19th century, (shallow corner
gouge), 5 ft. x 3 in.
$600-800

459.
Shirvan Kelim, East Caucasus, late 19th century, (small repairs,
some crude), 9 ft. 10 in. x 4 ft.
$600-800

460.
Hamadan Rug, Northwest Persia, late 19th century, 4 ft. 2 in. x 3 ft.
$600-800

461.
Chi-Chi Rug, Northeast Caucasus, last quarter 19th century, (even
wear to center, brown oxidation), 5 ft. x 3 ft. 8 in.
$500-700

462.
Heriz Carpet, Northwest Persia, second quarter 20th century, 11 ft.
6 in. x 8 ft. 2 in.
$800-1,200

463.
Tekke Rug, West Turkestan, early 20th century, (slight even wear to
center), 5 ft. 9 in. x 4 ft. 4 in.
$400-600

End of Session I
Session II - Lots 500-1272
to be sold Sunday, August 15th at 10 a.m.
500

500.
Carved Tiger Maple Spice Chest, New London
Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, c. 1780,
the hinged door opens to seven drawers,
refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 19, wd. 13,
dp. 9 in.

Provenance: Descendents of the Thompson


family, New London Township, Chester County,
Pennsylvania.
$10,000-15,000

501.
American School, 19th Century

Portrait of Two Children and Their Spaniel.


Unsigned. Pastel on paper, c. 1840, depicting a
girl wearing a white dress and a coral bead
bracelet, a purse hangs on her side depicting a girl
and a sheep, possibly the characters of the
nursery rhyme, the boy depicted wearing a blue
dress with a white lace collar and bodice, and
coral bead bracelet, and holds a spaniel on his lap,
22 1/4 x 20 1/4 in., in a period molded wood
frame. Condition: Minor smudge to ear of chair.
$15,000-25,000

501
502

502. 504.
Queen Anne Carved Cherry Dressing Table, possibly southeastern Chippendale Mahogany Tilt-top Tea Table, probably
Massachusetts, c. 1740-60, with overhanging molded top, brasses Massachusetts, late 18th century, circular top on a vase- and ring-
appear to be original, old refinish, (minor imperfections), ht. 28 1/2, turned support on tripod cabriole leg base ending in arris pad feet, ht.
case wd. 32 1/4, case dp. 18 in. 27 1/2, dia. 32 in.
$8,000-12,000 $600-800

505.
503. Queen Anne Walnut and Gilt-gesso Mirror, England, 18th century,
Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chair, Massachusetts, late the scrolled cresting centering a pierced gilt-gesso shell, on a molded
18th century, with pierced and scroll-carved splat centering a floral gilt-incised liner, refinished, (re-gilded), ht. 28 1/2, wd. 14 1/2 in.
device, on square beaded legs joined by stretchers, old dark finish, $800-1,200
(imperfections), ht. 37 1/2, seat ht. 16 1/2 in.
$300-500
506.
Small Chippendale Mahogany Mirror, England, late 18th century,
with scrolled frame and incised gilt liner, (minor loss), ht. 25 1/2, wd.
13 1/2 in.
$300-500
507

507.
Zedekiah Belknap (American, 1781-1858)

Portrait of a Sister and Brother. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, c. 1835,


27 x 34 1/2 in., unframed. Condition: Relined, restoration.

Provenance: The consignor purchased this painting from a woman


with the married name of Black. It was thought that the children were
members of the Black or Cheevers family of Newburyport,
Massachusetts, or the Pinder family of Ipswich, Massachusetts.
$15,000-25,000

508.
Zedekiah Belknap (American, 1781-1858)

Portrait of a Gentleman with Brown Eyes. Unsigned. Oil on


canvas, c. 1825, 26 x 23 in., in a period molded giltwood frame.
Condition: Scattered retouch to face, clothing, and background.
$1,000-1,500

509.
Queen Anne Mahogany Tilt-top Table, possibly Newport, Rhode
Island, 18th century, the circular dished top on vase- and ring-turned
support and tripod cabriole leg base ending in pad feet, ht. 25 3/4,
dia. 31 1/2 in.
$600-800

508
510

510.
Chippendale Carved Cherry Chest-on-Chest, New England, late
18th century, replaced brasses, old surface, (minor restoration,
imperfections), ht. 86, lower case wd. 39, lower case dp. 19 1/2 in.
$8,000-12,000
511

512 513

511. 513.
Carved Cherry and Cherry Veneer Swell-front Chest of Drawers, Chippendale Carved Cherry Drop-leaf Table, probably
Connecticut River Valley, c. 1790, the brasses appear to be original, Connecticut, late 18th century, old refinish, (minor imperfections), ht.
old refinish, ht. 33, case wd. 42 1/2, top dp. 24 in. 27 1/2, wd. 32, dp. 20 in.
$4,000-6,000 $1,500-2,500

512. 514.
Chippendale Carved Cherry Pembroke Table, possibly Queen Anne Cherry Candlestand, probably Connecticut, mid-18th
Connecticut, late 18th century, the working and false drawers with century, the circular top on a bulbous turned support and tripod
cockbeaded borders and ovolo corners, brass pull appears to be cabriole leg base, mellow patina, ht. 25 1/4, dia. 16 in.
original, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 29, wd. 19 1/4, dp. 32 in. $400-600
$1,500-2,500
515.
515 Queen Anne Carved Cherry High Chest of Drawers,
possibly Connecticut, mid-18th century, with molded
cornice drawer, replaced brasses, refinished,
(imperfections), ht. 73, wd. 38, dp. 18 in.
$2,000-2,500

516.
Chippendale Mahogany Oxbow Slant-lid Desk, North
Shore area, Massachusetts, late 18th century, the lid
opens to an interior of three central drawers flanked by
drawers and three valanced compartments, old bail
brasses, old refinish, (minor restoration), ht. 43 1/4, wd.
41 3/4, dp. 24 in.
$1,500-2,500

517.
Chippendale Carved Mahogany Oxbow Slant-lid
Desk, Massachusetts, c. 1760-80, the lid opens to a
multi-drawer compartmented interior, brasses appear to
be original, refinished, (restoration and imperfections), ht.
44, wd. 41 1/2, dp. 23 in.
$1,500-2,500

516
518

518. 520.
Queen Anne Carved Maple High Chest of Drawers, southern New Maple Tea Table, New England, last half 18th century, refinished,
Hampshire, late 18th century, brasses appear to be original, (minor imperfections), ht. 27, wd. 35 3/4, dp. 24 in.
refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 76 3/4, wd. 38 1/2, dp. 19 in. $1,500-2,500
$8,000-12,000

521.
519. Tiger Maple Desk/Bookcase, southeastern New England, first half
Maple Tall Chest of Six Drawers, southern New England, 18th 18th century, replaced brasses, refinished, (alterations), ht. 63, wd. 35
century, replaced brasses, refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 51, 3/4, dp. 18 in.
wd. 36, dp. 19 1/2 in. $2,500-3,500
$800-1,200
521 524

522. 524.
Chippendale Maple Slant-lid Desk, southern New England, late Chippendale Maple Tall Chest, Artemas Woodward, Medfield,
18th century, replaced brasses, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 42 1/4, Massachusetts, 1796, original brasses, refinished, (minor
wd. 38 1/2, dp. 19 in. imperfections), ht. 56 1/2, wd. 35 3/4, dp. 19 in.
$1,000-1,500
Note: An old pencil inscription on the back of the chest reads: “Made
by Artemas Woodward for Olive Wheelock, 1796/Olive W. Morse.”
523.
Pine and Maple Oval-top Tavern Table, northern New England, the According to a genealogical search, Olive Wheelock of Medfield,
overhanging top on square, chamfered, splayed legs joined by a box Massachusetts, was born October 16, 1773. She married Eliakim
stretcher, refinished, ht. 24 3/4, wd. 32 1/2, dp. 25 1/4 in. Morse, also of Medfield, December 11, 1796.
$600-800 $3,000-5,000
525 526 527 528

525. 526.
Chippendale Walnut Tilt-top Candlestand, late 18th century, with Red-painted Birch Candlestand, New England, late 18th century,
circular dished top on a vase- and ring-turned support on tripod old surface, (minor imperfections), ht. 26 1/4, wd. 15 1/4, dp. 15 3/4
cabriole leg base with paneled knees and pad feet, refinished, in.
(imperfections), ht. 27, dia. 19 in. $600-800
$400-600

529
535

527. 532.
Chippendale Cherry and Walnut Candlestand, probably America, Turned Walnut Tavern Table with Drawer, probably Middle Atlantic
late 18th century, (minor imperfections), ht. 27, dia. 14 1/4 in. States, 18th century, old surface, ht. 25 1/2, wd. 28 1/2, dp. 19 1/2
$800-1,200 in.
$1,800-2,500

528.
Federal Cherry Candlestand, probably southeastern 533.
Massachusetts, late 18th century, the square top above a vase- and Walnut Step-back Open Cupboard, possibly Pennsylvania, late
ring-turned post and tripod base of cabriole legs with paneled and 18th century, the top section with a molded and valanced cornice
chip-carved knees, old refinish, (imperfections), ht. 27, wd. 16 3/4, above shaped sides and three shelves with plate grooves and spoon
dp. 17 1/4 in. holders, on base of three drawers and two cockbeaded paneled
$400-600 hinged doors, all on trestle feet, (imperfections, restored), ht. 82, wd.
57, dp. 18 1/2 in.
$2,500-3,500
529.
Diminutive Walnut Turned Gate-leg Table, possibly Middle Atlantic
States, early 18th century, with drawer, old refinish, (restoration), ht. 534.
26, wd. 32, dp. open 31 3/4 in. Chippendale Mahogany and Walnut Table with Drawer, southern
$2,500-3,500 United States, the drawer with conformingly rounded fronts, ht. 27
1/4, dia. 21 3/4 in.
$800-1,200
530.
Mahogany Stick Barometer, Robert Alexander, Leith, Scotland, c.
1820, the case with architectural broken pediment, engraved silvered 535.
dial with glazed door, the exposed tube at the front of the case, ht. Chippendale Carved Walnut Slant-lid Desk, Pennsylvania, late 18th
37 in. century, replaced brasses, old refinish, (imperfections), ht. 44 3/4, wd.
$300-500 38 3/4, dp. 21 in.
$1,500-2,500

531.
Queen Anne Mahogany Tea Table, mid-18th century, with molded 536.
tray top and shaped apron joining cabriole legs ending in pointed pad Queen Anne Walnut Shell-carved Side Chair, probably
feet, (imperfections), ht. 26, wd. 28, dp. 18 in. Philadelphia, c. 1750-60, old refinish, ht. 41 1/2, seat ht. 17 1/2 in.
$1,500-2,000 $4,000-6,000
536 537

537. 540.
Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chair, Boston, c. 1760-80, Chippendale Mahogany Gilt-gesso Mirror, the scrolled and pierced
old surface, (minor imperfections), ht. 36 3/4, seat ht. 17 in. frame with eagle in crest, the glass with gilt liner, old surface,
$1,000-1,500 (imperfections), ht. 40, wd. 19 in.
$700-900

538.
Federal Inlaid Mahogany Veneer Medical Box, N. Starkey, 541.
Philadelphia, late 18th/early 19th century, upright box with inset brass Queen Anne Walnut Veneer Mirror, England, early 18th century,
handle, over two hinged doors opening to several compartments and with applied floral device on scrolled crest, molded frame with carved
two drawers, one containing a small brass and iron scale, a sliding liner, (minor veneer cracks), 22 1/2 x 10 3/4 in.
door on the back reveals another compartment with printed maker’s $400-600
label, accompanied by ten later molded glass medicine bottles, ht. 11
1/4, wd. 8 3/4, dp. 7 1/4 in.
$800-1,200 542.
Diminutive Glazed Carved Mahogany Corner Cupboard, probably
England, late 18th century, the upper interior with three shaped
539. shelves, pull-out sliding shelf, old refinish, (imperfections), ht. 75 3/4,
Queen Anne Mahogany Veneer Mirror, John Elliot, Philadelphia, wd. 36, dp. 22, dp. along wall 25 1/2 in.
18th century, refinished, (repair on crest), ht. 24 1/4, wd. 12 in. $1,500-2,000

Note: Bears maker’s label on the reverse.


$700-900
542

543.
Walnut Table, Pennsylvania, last half
18th century, the rectangular overhanging
top above two molded drawers and
straight apron with beaded border joining
straight cabriole legs ending in pad feet,
replaced brasses, old refinish,
(alterations), ht. 29 1/2, wd. 48, dp. 28 in.
$800-1,200

544.
Cedar Six-board Chest, Bermuda, late
18th century, the molded top opens to an
interior with till, old refinish,
(imperfections), ht. 29 1/2, wd. 44, dp. 22
in.
$1,000-1,500

545.
Queen Anne Walnut Roundabout Chair,
last half 18th century, the scrolled cresting
and shaped handholds on vase- and
ring-turned stiles and vasiform splats
continuing to tapering legs with pad feet
on platforms, the frontal cabriole leg
carved with c-scroll in the knee
(imperfections), ht. 32, seat ht. 17 1/2
$400-600

544
546 558 (partial)

546.
Shaker Maple and Oak Adjustable Light Stand,
probably New England, early 19th century, the
circular top with beaded rim, overall ht. with post 34,
dia. 16 in.
$400-600

547.
Shaker Pine, Cherry, and Birch Sewing Desk, New
England, mid-19th century, the top section lifts off
the base, turned walnut pulls appear original, old
refinish, (minor imperfections), overall ht. 42, wd. 29
3/4, dp. 28, ht. to work surface, 25 3/4 in.
$4,000-6,000

547
548.
Shaker Pine, Cherry, and Butternut Kitchen Table with Drawer, possibly New Lebanon, New York, early
19th century, the overhanging top with breadboard ends above the case of large thumb-molded single drawer
joining the swelled legs, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 31, wd. 66, dp. 36, case wd. 39, case dp. 29 3/4 in.
$15,000-25,000

548
549

549. 552.
Shaker Cherry and Pine Red-painted Trestle Table, probably Shaker Butternut, Cherry, and Maple Two-drawer Light Stand,
Harvard, Massachusetts, c. 1830, old surface, (alterations), ht. 28 probably New England, early 19th century, (imperfections), ht. 23 1/4,
1/2, lg. 78, dp. 32 3/4 in. wd. 19 3/4, dp. 19 1/4 in.
$3,000-5,000 $800-1,200

550. 553.
Maple and Pine Chest over Three Drawers, possibly Harvard, Shaker Butternut and Walnut Hanging Mirror, the rectangular
Massachusetts, early 19th century, the third under-hung drawer is molded mirror sets on a cove-molded bracket and five turned knobs,
surely a Shaker addition, old surface, old replaced wooden pulls, (imperfections, losses to silvering), ht. 28, wd. 18 1/2 in.
(imperfections), ht. 40 1/4, wd. 37, dp. 18 in. $400-600

Literature: The Complete Book of Shaker Furniture, Timothy D.


Rieman and Jean M. Burks, Abrams, New York, 1993, p. 212, entry 554.
number 156, discusses this chest specifically. Shaker Painted Cherry and Poplar Work Table, possibly Alfred,
$1,000-1,500 Maine, early 19th century, with shaped dovetail-constructed gallery
above a single drawer and turned tapering legs, old surface,
(imperfections), overall ht. 34, wd. 28 1/4, dp. 17 1/2 in.
551. $800-1,200
Shaker Commemorative Engraved Copper Sundial, William L.
Lassiter, 1940, the plate inscribed with Roman numerals, bears the
inscription “Put Your Hands to Work and Give Your hearts to God, 555.
Mother Ann Lee”; “Commemorating the Existence of the SHAKER Shaker Pine Two-door Cabinet, Harvard, Massachusetts, c. 1830,
Society founded in the wilds of Niskeyuna in Albany County, N.Y.,” the cupboard doors with recessed panels, replaced turned wood
the axis inscribed “Sister Tabitha Babbitt (1794-1858) of the Shaker pulls, old brown varnished surface, ht. 40, wd. 38, dp. 13 1/2 in.
Settlement at Harvard, Massachusetts Inaugurated a New Industrial $400-600
Era, by the Invention of Cut Nails and of the circular Saw/The Original
Saw is in the New York State Museum at Albany/(signed) William L.
Lassiter Del, 1940,” ht. 7 5/8, dia. 13 7/8 in. 556.
Shaker Pine Bittersweet Bench, New England, early 19th century,
Note: William L. Lassiter (1896-1977) was a scholar, collector, author, the rectangular seat with rounded ends on recessed supports with
and curator of Shaker artifacts. demilune cutouts and shaped brackets, old surface, (minor
$300-350 imperfections), ht. 18 1/2, lg. 103 1/2, dp. 9 1/4 in.
$300-500
550

557. 561.
Shaker Tiger Maple Armed Rocking Chair, probably New England, Shaker Red-painted Oval Covered Storage Box, America, late
early 19th century, with four arched slats joining stiles with pointed 19th century, constructed with bent maple sides fastened with four
turned pommels and scrolled arms on turned tapering supports fingers secured with copper tacks, pine top and bottom, (minor paint
continuing to legs joined by stretchers (damage and repairs), ht. 43, wear), ht. 4, dia. 10 in.
seat ht. 17 in., together with a slat-back side chair with splint seat $400-600
and tilters (one tilter missing), and a child’s side chair with two slats
and caned seat (seat damaged).
$300-500 562.
Nine Assorted Early Household Items, America, 19th century, a
lap-seamed oval maple and pine carrier with swing handle, four round
558. yellow-painted graduating pantry boxes, two Shaker bonnets, one
Two Shaker Chairs, a child’s chair, probably Enfield, New covered in brown silk, the other a woven straw summer bonnet, a
Hampshire, with two slats and cane seat, (sun bleached), ht. 31, seat Shaker cherry compartmented flatware carrier, and a twenty-four-hole
ht. 14 1/2; and a larger chair with three arched slats and splint seat, candle mold.
remnants of red wash, ht. 40 1/2, seat ht. 16 in. $400-600
$200-250

563.
559. Two Oval Lapped-seam Covered Boxes, America, late 19th
Shaker Red-stained Pine Cupboard, New England, early 19th century, with ash sides, pine tops and bottoms, one inscribed “JC”
century, the molded cornice above a hinged door with recessed panel on the cover, (one with two cracks on bottom edge), ht. 2 1/2, 2 5/8,
opening to three shelves, old surface, (minor imperfections), ht. 31 dia. 6 5/8, 6 3/8 in., respectively.
1/4, wd. 24 1/4, dp. 13 3/4 in. $250-350
$300-500

564.
560. Three Small Oval Lapped-seam Covered Boxes, America, late
Four Shaker Graduated Oval Covered Storage Boxes, America, 19th century, with maple sides, pine tops and bottoms, (minor wear),
late 19th/early 20th century, each with bent maple sides, the lapped ht. 1 3/4, 2 1/4, 2 5/8, dia. 4 5/8, 5 7/8, 6 1/4 in., respectively.
seams fastened with three to five fingers with chamfered edges $300-500
secured with copper tacks, pine tops and bottoms, natural finish,
(imperfections), ht. 2 1/2-5 5/8, dia. 6-13 5/8 in.
$1,000-1,500
570.
Wooden Pail and a Shaker Hanger, America, late 19th/early 20th
century, pine stave and iron hoop constructed pail, with diamond-
shaped iron bail plates and hardwood handle, the base impressed
“GRAVES & PORTER NO. LEVERETT MASS.”; and a shaped
wooden hanger, pail ht. 9 1/4, hanger lg. 16 5/8 in.
$300-500

571.
Four Shaker Brushes, Sewing Carrier, and a Pincushion, America,
late 19th/early 20th century, round turned maple and horsehair
brushes, small bent maple carrier with swing handle the bottom lined
with pink silk, with “Sabbathday Lake Shakers/Maine” branded mark
on base; a small square silk-covered white kid pincushion with
“Sabbathday Lake Shakers/Maine” trademark stamped on the
bottom, (imperfections), ht. 1 3/8-6 1/4, brush lg. 11-12 in.
$400-600

572.
Three Shaker Items, two bottles and a firkin, late 19th century, an
amber bottle with embossed lettering “HAIR RESTORER” and
“SHAKER” on the sides, a small medicine bottle with paper label
“SYRUP SQUILL/ALCOHOL 0.9 %/Prepared in the United Society,
NEW LEBANON, N.Y.,” and a small staved and wooden hoop
constructed firkin with a partial “SHAKER PRESERVES” paper label,
ht. 7 3/4, 5, 6 3/4 in.
$200-250

573.
Set of Nine Contemporary Nesting Shaker-style Kitten Head-
574
form Baskets, America, Martha Wetherbee, 1987, woven ash splints
in the form of a round over square base with pointed corners, upright
handles, all initialed and dated “MW/87,” ht. 1 3/8-12 in.
565. $800-1,200
Six Small Round Lapped-seam Boxes, probably Hingham,
Massachusetts, late 19th century, each with maple sides and pine
574.
top and bottom, ht. 5/8-1 1/2, dia. 1-3 in.
American School, 19th Century
$400-600
Portrait of a Young Woman. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, c. 1810,
reportedly depicting a young woman named Miss Davis, of
566. Marshfield, Massachusetts, 13 x 11 in., in a period molded, painted,
Six Small Lapped-seam Covered Storage Boxes, America, late and gilded frame. Condition: Small patch with associated retouch
19th century, four oval and two round boxes, (imperfections), ht. 1 u.c., minor scattered spots of retouch.
1/2-4, dia. 3 1/8-10 1/2 in. $3,000-4,000
$300-500
575.
Red-stained Yellow Pine Carved Board Chest, probably
567.
Marshfield, Massachusetts, area, 1732, the hinged lid and box with
Seven-finger Oval Covered Storage Box, America, possibly Shaker,
chip-carved edges, the front panel with two demilunes and two
late 19th/early 20th century, maple sides with lapped finger joinery,
circles containing the initials “ID,” centering circles divided by a
secured with copper tacks and points, later red paint, ht. 7 3/8, wd. vertical line and date below “1732,” old surface, (imperfections), ht.
11 3/8, lg. 14 1/2 in. 17 3/4, wd. 44 1/2, dp. 17 in.
$1,500-2,500 $800-1,200

568. 576.
Two Oval Lapped-seam Covered Boxes, America, 19th century, Paint-decorated Yellow Pine Chest-over-Drawer, probably
both boxes made with maple sides and pine tops and bottoms, the Guilford-Saybrook area, Connecticut, dated 1722, the hinged lid
larger box probably Shaker-made, the sides joined with four fingers, opens to a deep well with till, above a beaded, molded, and paneled
the smaller box with remains of red paint, (cracks, repairs), ht. 3 7/8, case with polychrome floral decoration centering the date “1722,”
2 5/8, dia. 10 3/8, 6 1/2 in. (imperfections, probable loss of height and feet), ht. 35, wd. 44 1/2,
$200-250 dp. 18 3/4 in.
$800-1,200

569. 577.
Shaker Red-painted Oval Storage Box, America, late 19th century, Child’s Red-painted Chest-over-Drawer, Massachusetts, 18th
constructed with bent maple sides fastened with four fingers secured century, the molded lift-top on a double-arch molded case with
with copper tacks, pine bottom, (lacking cover, two patch repairs), ht. drawer on demilune cutout ends, turned wooden pulls, original
5 1/8, dia. 12 3/4 in. surface, (imperfections), ht. 21, wd. 18. dp. 13 3/4 in.
$250-350
Provenance: Baldwin Homestead, Wilbraham, Massachusetts.
$1,500-2,500
575

578. 579.
Queen Anne Brown-stained Yellow Pine Child’s Chest of American School, 19th Century
Drawers, New England, mid-18th century, the molded cornice above
three graduated thumb-molded drawers all on bracket feet, replaced Portrait of a Red House. Unsigned. Oil on pine panel with
brasses, varnished surface, ht. 22 3/4, wd. 17 1/4, dp. 10 1/2 in. chamfered edges, c. 1850, 12 1/2 x 13 in., unframed. Condition:
$400-600 Panel slightly bowed, minor craquelure.
$800-1,200

577
580

580. 581.
Diminutive Painted and Glazed Corner Cupboard, possibly Painted-decorated Pine Chest of Four Drawers, New York or
Mahantongo Valley, Pennsylvania, early 19th century, old surface, ht. Pennsylvania, first half 19th century, original turned and painted
79 3/4, wd. 36, dp. at edge 27 in. knobs, original surface, the top with a fancifully painted floral border,
with simulated geometric and string inlay, ht. 36 1/2, ht. 41, dp. 20 in.
Provenance: The estate of J.A. Peter Strassburger, Normandy
Farms, Bluebell, Pennsylvania, until 1994. Provenance: Rockwell and Avis Gardner, Connecticut.
$3,000-5,000 $4,000-6,000
581

582. 583.
Chippendale Blue-painted Cherry Slant-lid Desk, possibly Chippendale Cherry Slant-lid Desk, probably Rhode Island, original
Pennsylvania, last half 18th century, old brasses, interior painted brasses, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 41 1/2, wd. 36, dp. 18 in.
yellow, (imperfections), ht. 40 1/2, wd. 36 1/2, dp. 20 in. $800-1,200
$1,500-2,500

582 583
584

584. 587.
Painted Pine Glazed Step-back Cupboard in Two Parts, probably William Matthew Prior (American, 1806-1873)
Pennsylvania, late 18th century, the upper doors open to three
shelves with plate grooves and spoon holders, old red-painted Portrait of a Baby in Blue. Unsigned. Oil on artist board, c. 1840,
surface with traces of green paint, (imperfections), ht. 78 1/2, wd. 52, depicting the blue-eyed, brown-haired child holding a bunch of
dp. 19 in. cherries, flanked by swagged and tasseled drapery, 15 x 10 3/4 in., in
$2,500-3,500 a period molded giltwood frame. Condition: Minor retouch.

Provenance: A label affixed to the reverse indicates that the portrait


585. was purchased from Marguerite Riordan.
Painted Pine Dry Sink, probably New England, late 18th/early 19th $10,000-15,000
century, the rectangular basin on chip-carved cutout ends, old gray-
blue paint over earlier red, ht. 30, wd. 61 1/4, dp. 24 1/2 in.
$250-350 588.
American School, 19th Century

586. Portrait of a Young Boy Holding a Book. Unsigned. Oil on


Tiger Maple Red-painted Chest over Drawer, New England, late canvas, c. 1835, 23 x 19 in., in a molded giltwood frame. Condition:
18th century, on cutout bracket feet, original surface, brasses appear Retouch to face, costume, and background.
to be original, ht. 42, wd. 44, dp. 17 in. $1,500-2,500
$400-600
590.
American School, 19th Century

Portrait of a Young Girl Holding a Bunch of Cherries. Unsigned.


Pastel on paper, 16 x 13 in., in a period molded giltwood frame.
Condition: Light moisture stain along edges, small hole l.l., minor
scratches.
$1,000-1,500

591.
American School, 19th Century

Portrait of Two Brothers of the Brooks Family of Massachusetts.


Artist’s monogram on verso. Oil on canvas, c. 1835, 24 x 19 in., in
molded giltwood frames. Condition: Craquelure with associated
retouch.
$1,200-1,800

592.
American School, 19th Century

Portrait of a Child in a Landscape with His Dog. Unsigned. Oil on


canvas, 30 x 36 in., in a period molded giltwood frame. Condition:
Craquelure, several small paint losses, minor retouch.
$1,500-2,500
587

593.
589. American School, 19th Century
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of Gentleman Holding a Newspaper. Unsigned, the
Portrait of a Child Seated on a Red Cushion Holding an Apple. subject possibly James M. Schofield, the name of the editor inscribed
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 30 x 24 1/2 in., in a later molded giltwood under the heading of the newspaper the gentleman is holding. Oil on
frame. Condition: Three patch repairs, craquelure, paint lifting u.c. canvas, c. 1840, 30 x 25 1/4 in., housed in a period gilt ogee wood
and l.r., retouch, paint loss. frame. Condition: Minor paint losses u.r. and l.r., minor retouch.
$1,500-2,500 $800-1,200

592

589
594 595

594. 598.
Red-painted Queen Anne Mirror, probably New England, late Red-painted Sack-back Windsor Chair, New England, c. 1790,
18th/early 19th century, the shaped cresting above a rectangular with shaped handholds and saddle seat, old surface, ht. 37, seat ht.
molded frame enclosing a beveled glass, later surface, (shrinkage 16 in.
cracks), ht. 18 1/2, wd. 10 1/4 in. $1,000-1,500
$400-600

599.
595. Black-painted Sack-back Windsor Chair, New England, late 18th
Stenciled Framed Mirror, New England or New York, c. 1830, maple century, with vase and ring turnings, old surface, ht. 37, seat ht. 17
frame, with shaped top stenciled with a dog figure bordered with in.
foliage, stars, and a squash, 12 x 8 1/2 in. $700-900

Provenance: Howard and Jean Lipman collection, sold at Sotheby’s,


November 1981, sale 4730Y, lot 156, with a typed label on the 600.
reverse “Lipman 351.” Black-painted Braced Bow-back Windsor Armchair, New
$300-500 England, late 18th century, with scrolled mahogany arms, vase- and
ring-turned spindles, and carved saddle seat, old black paint over
earlier layers, (imperfections), ht. 37, seat ht. 16 1/4 in.
596. $800-1,200
Mahogany-grained Bannister-back Side Chair, Deerfield,
Massachusetts, area, 18th century, old surface, (minor imperfections),
ht. 42, seat ht. 16 in. 601.
$400-600 Black-painted Windsor “Step-down” High Chair, New England, c.
1810, with bamboo turnings, ht. 32, seat ht. 20 3/4 in.
$300-500
597.
Black-painted Bannister-back Side Chair, Deerfield,
Massachusetts, area, mid-18th century, the shaped thumb-molded 602.
crest above vase- and ring-turned split balusters and stiles, splint Orange-painted Windsor Arrow-back High Chair, New England, c.
seat, old surface, ht. 41, seat ht. 16 in. 1830, old paint, (imperfections), ht. 34 1/2, seat ht. 22 in.
$300-500 $300-500
605

607
606

604

603 607A 603

603. 607.
Pair of Paint-decorated Bamboo-turned Windsor Side Chairs, Painted Papier-mâché Duck Pipsqueak Pull-toy, probably
New England, c. 1810, rod backs with five bamboo-turned spindles Germany, late 19th/early 20th century, the nesting duck figure
and shaped seats on bamboo-turned legs joined by stretchers, mounted on a wooden platform with iron wheels, the revolving front
original puce surface, (imperfections), ht. 31 1/2, seat ht. 17 in. axle animates the duck’s bill to open and close and squeak, (minor
$200-250 paint wear), ht. 6 5/8, wd. 3, lg. 6 1/2 in.
$200-250

604.
607A.
Paint-decorated One-drawer Dressing Table, probably England,
Hooked Wool Rug with Tulips, “Hartwell-A-Jones May 20 1907,”
early 19th century, the faux marble painted overhanging top on
rectangular rug centered by stylized red tulips, geometric border, 27
bamboo turned frontal legs and square rear legs joined by valanced
1/2 x 45 1/2 in.
skirt, (imperfections), ht. 28 1/2, top wd. 30, top dp. 16 3/4 in.
$600-800
$300-500

608.
605. Set of Six Classical Carved and Grain-painted and Gilt-
Painted Chalkware Compote with Fruit and Lovebirds, America, decorated Chairs, probably New York, c. 1820-25, the sabre legs
late 19th century, hollow mantel garniture painted with red, green, ending in hairy paw feet, original surface, (minor paint wear), ht. 33
and mustard yellow paint, (minor paint losses), ht. 11 in. 1/2, seat ht. 17 in.
$300-500 $1,500-2,500

606. 609.
Painted Chalkware Figure of a Recumbent Deer, America, late Classical Fancy Gilt and Paint-decorated Settee and Similar
19th century, hollow-molded figure rests on an oblong base, (paint Armchair, possibly New York State, c. 1825, old surface, (wear and
losses, base chips), ht. 4 3/4, lg. 4 1/4 in. paint loss), ht. 35 1/2, lg. 54, seat ht. 17 3/4 in.
$150-200 $800-1,200
608

610. 611.
Paint-decorated Neoclassical Settee, England or America, early Pair of “Grecian” Gilt and Paint-decorated Side Chairs, Baltimore,
19th century, the three-part back with rectangular crestings above Maryland, c. 1825, the scrolled crests and saber legs, decorated with
shaped spindles, on turned tapering legs joined by turned stretchers, stenciled fruit, lyres, and foliate devices, (imperfections, paint wear),
old surface of black paint with gilt and red-painted floral and foliate ht. 31, seat ht. 17 1/2 in.
designs, (minor paint wear, imperfections), ht. 34, wd. 56 1/2, dp. 16 $200-400
3/4, seat ht. 17 1/4 in.
$600-800
612.
Cast Stone Urn of Fruit Garden Ornament, America, late 19th/early
20th century, ht. 19, dia. 12 1/2 in.
$200-250

613.
Folk Art Horse and Star Hooked Rug, America, early 20th century,
nearly square rug hooked with wool and cotton segments hooked in
an abstract design incorporating horses and stars, horseshoe motifs
on the corners, mounted on a plywood stretcher, (minor toning), 40
1/2 x 36 in.
$800-1,200

614.
Patriotic Hooked Wool Runner, early 20th century, the runner with
thirteen panels bordered in green depicting figures, animals, and
scenes, many of them patriotic symbols and events including the
Liberty Bell, eagle, “Spirit of ‘76” figures, Paul Revere’s ride, and
Indians and Pilgrims, also depicting ships, a locomotive and train,
cows, a horse and barn, a steamboat, a woman at a spinning wheel,
and a family crest, (four reinforced repairs), 11 ft. x 28 in.
$800-1,200

615.
Hooked Wool and Cotton Rug with Cows and Horses, “Elmer E.
Jones Jan. 27 1915,” rectangular rug centered by a scene with cows
and horses, geometric border, 25 3/4 x 44 in.
$600-800
613
616

616. 618.
American School, Early 20th Century Framed Ink on Paper Family Record, Springfield, Massachusetts,
1811, family record inscribed with the vital statistics of Henry Chapin
WAY DOWN ON THE SWANEE RIVER. Signed and dated “Painted (1762-1825), his wife Abigail Colton (1757-1818) and their three
by Mary Harrington Feb. 1901” on the back of the canvas, titled l.l. children, (toning, minor edge losses), 12 x 16 in., in a period red-
Oil on canvas, 24 x 30 in., in a period molded giltwood frame. painted wood frame.
Condition: Very good, some surface grime. $400-600
$3,000-5,000

617. 619.
Pair of Illuminated Glasser Family Records, America, late Framed Printed Family Record, Groton, Connecticut, early 19th
19th/early 20th century, watercolor and gouache on paperboard with century, black printed ink on paper inscribed with the vital statistics of
gilt highlights, the records depicting the “Birthday of Children” one Rufus Chapman (b. 1778), his wife Olive (b. 1787), and their four
with four birthdates of the children of the Glasser family and one with children, (toning, light stains), 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 in., housed in the original
five birthdates, dates ranging from 1889-1910, both illuminated with red-painted wood frame.
columns, American flags and shields, potted plants, and ornate $200-300
borders, (toning, tears, water stains), 21 1/2 x 28 in., in mitered oak
frames.
$1,000-1,500

617 617
621

623

620. 623.
Framed Printed Family Record, Groton, Connecticut, early 19th Painted Floral Drawing/Reward of Merit, probably Deep Run
century, black printed ink on paper inscribed with the vital statistics of School, Bedminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, c. 1840,
Deacon Joseph Chapman (b. 1731), his wife Anna (b. 1736), and watercolor and ink on wove paper, (creases, small tear c.r., light
their nine children, (toning, light stains), 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 in., housed in stains), 6 1/2 x 4 1/8 in., in a period molded giltwood frame.
the original red-painted wood frame.
$200-300 Literature: The drawing offered here is nearly identical to one
illustrated in Buck’s County Fraktur, The Bucks County Historical
Society, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 1999, p. 333. A portion of the
text reads: “Several small drawings of segmented flowers, often
621. executed in pale, thin colors can be attributed to this artist. Probably
Presentation Drawing for Veronica Mosser, Pennsylvania School, a schoolmaster, he or she seems to have intended these pictures as
19th century, watercolor and ink on paper depicting five flower rewards of merit as evidenced by one example associated with the
blossoms issuing from a checkered urn, (imperfections), 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 Deep Run School.”
in., in a period tiger maple veneer frame. $1,000-1,200

Provenance: Edith Halpert, New York City, Christie’s New York,


January 15, 1999, lot 441, John Gordon Collection. 624.
$1,500-2,500 Floral-decorated Fraktur Fragment, dated “1844,” watercolor and
ink on paper, (creases, light stains), 4 1/2 x 2 5/8 in., in a period
molded giltwood frame.
$500-700
622.
Fraktur: Birth/Baptismal Record, late 18th century, unsigned,
inscribed for Daniel Gross, 1792, ink and watercolor on laid paper, 625.
decorated with a bird and flowers in red, mustard yellow, blue, and Fraktur: Birth/Baptismal Certificate, Martin Brechall (ac. 1783-
brown, 5 1/8 x 3 1/8 in., in a period molded and painted wood frame. 1830), Pennsylvania, c. 1809, watercolor and ink on laid paper, with a
Condition: Repaired tear on left side, small hole u.l., toning. verse inscribed within a heart, with stylized flowers issuing from it and
$800-1,200 flanking it, over the statistics framed by a decorative border,
(imperfections), 13 x 7 5/8 in., in a later grain-painted frame.
$800-1,200
629

625

626. 628.
Two Framed Pennsylvania German Frakturs, late 18th/early 19th Two Framed Printed Frakturs with Hand-coloring, Pennsylvania,
century, a printed birth record fraktur accented with watercolor, dated early 19th century, a Pennsylvania German fraktur by J. Bauman,
1766 with central text surrounded on three sides with stylized flowers printed in red and black with central heart surrounded by tulips, birds,
and birds, sight size 12 5/8 x 15 3/8; and a fraktur dated 1801, with and smaller hearts, 12 1/4 x 15; and a fraktur birth certificate dated
printed central heart with inscriptions, surrounded with hand-painted 1828 by Johann Ritter & Co., with a putto above two angels and
birds, sunburst, crown, tulips, and vines issuing from an urn, sight birds, cornucopia, and sheaf of grain, sight size 15 1/2 x 12 1/2 in.,
size 12 1/2 x 15 1/2 in., (both with creases, toning, foxing, not (both with creases, toning, and foxing, not examined out of frames).
examined out of frames). $600-1,000
$800-1,200

627. 629.
Two Framed Pennsylvania German Printed Frakturs, late American School, 19th Century
18th/early 19th century, a birth and baptism record dated 1797,
printed by John S. Wiestling, Harrisburg, with hand-colored accents, Bald Eagle on a Mountaintop with a Fish. Unsigned. Watercolor
with central text surrounded by an eagle with shield, angels, cherubs, on paper, 10 x 14 in., in a later mitered wood frame. Condition:
and fruit, 16 x 13; and a birth record dated 1833, printed by G.C. Toning, a strip of paper applied to reinforce top and bottom edges,
Peters, Harrisburg, with central inscriptions surrounded by an small tear to eagle’s back and l.l. background, old creases.
American eagle, angels, birds perched on branches, and baskets of $275-350
flowers, sight size 15 1/2 x 12 1/2 in., (both with creases, tears,
toning, one with stains, not examined out of frames).
$600-1,000
630 631

630. 633.
Attributed to Zachariah Reynolds (Washington County, American School, 19th Century
Pennsylvania, 19th Century)
Schoolgirl Picture Depicting the Biblical Story of Moses in the
Federal Eagle with Arrows and Olive Branch. Unsigned. Ink and Bulrushes. Signed and dated “Elizabeth Franks 1826” l.c.
ink wash on paper, c. 1810, 6 1/8 x 7 7/8 in., in a later molded wood Watercolor on paper applied to linen, 14 1/2 x 17 1/2 in., unframed.
frame. Condition: Minor toning, scattered stains, tear l.l. Condition: Toning, stain.
$1,200-1,800 $400-600

631.
Attributed to Zachariah Reynolds (Washington County, 634.
Pennsylvania, 19th Century) Molded Copper Ram Weather Vane, Waltham, Massachusetts, late
19th century, flattened full-body figure with original horns, mounted
Portrait of George Washington on Horseback. Unsigned. on a copper rod, weathered gilt surface, including stand, overall ht.
Watercolor on laid paper, c. 1810, 6 1/4 x 6 7/8 in., in a later molded 22 1/2, lg. 29 1/2 in.
giltwood frame. Condition: Toning.
$4,000-6,000
$2,000-3,000

632.
635.
Framed Theorem Depicting a Bouquet Flowers, Sarah Ann
Henshaw Ward, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, early 19th century, Cast Zinc and Sheet Copper Pointing Hand Banner Weather
signed “S.A.H. Ward” l.c. Watercolor on paper, 15 3/4 x 17 3/4 in., in Vane, America, late 19th century, weathered white and green surface,
a period molded giltwood frame. Condition: Paper archivally backed including stand, overall ht. 10 3/4, lg. 37 in.
with rice paper, repaired tears. $1,200-1,800

Note: Sarah Ann Henshaw Ward was born September 28, 1809, the
first child of eight born to Andrew Henshaw Ward and Sarah
Henshaw. Sarah married Francis Sumner Carruth of Boston in 1830. 636.
She is a descendant of William Ward of Yorkshire, England, who Gilt Copper Horse and Cart Weather Vane, America, late 19th/early
settled in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, in 1643, and is related to 20th century, the weather vane with molded copper driver with zinc
Artemas Ward, General and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed head and feet, mounted on a copper rod, including stand, weathered
Forces during the Revolutionary War. She is also related to the artist gilt and verdigris surface, (slight seam separation on driver’s leg),
Ruth Henshaw Bascom, who resided in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, overall ht. 17, lg. 27 in.
at the same time as Sarah. $1,500-2,500
$800-1,200
634

635

636
637 (front and reverse)

637. 639.
Molded Copper Running Horse Weather Vane, America, late 19th Molded Copper and Bronze Hackney Horse Weather Vane,
century, molded sheet copper flattened figure supported on a copper America, late 19th/early 20th century, molded full-body copper figure
rod, original weathered verdigris surface with traces of earlier gilding, with cast bronze head, dark brown and verdigris patina, mounted on
no stand, (minor dents, small loss on vertical support), ht. 17, lg. 32 copper and brass rods, no stand, ht. 29 1/2, lg. 34 in.
1/2 in. $1,000-1,500
$2,000-3,000

640.
638. Molded Copper and Cast Zinc Rooster Weather Vane, attributed
Molded Copper “Black Hawk” Running Horse Weather Vane, to J.W. Fiske, New York, late 19th century, with sheet copper comb,
America, late 19th century, flattened figure with zinc ears, supported wattle, and tail, cast zinc feet, mounted on a short copper rod and
on a copper rod, original weathered verdigris surface with traces of small belted sphere, weathered verdigris surface, including stand,
earlier gilding, no stand, (solder repairs to several bullet holes, minor overall ht. 24, lg. 21 1/4 in.
seam separations), ht. 18 1/2, lg. 26 1/4 in.
$1,500-2,500 Provenance: RJG Antiques, Rye, New Hampshire.
$8,000-12,000
638

639

640
641

641. 642.
American School, 19th Century William Crothers Fitler (New York, 1857-1915)

Girl Strolling Down a Country Lane in Spring. Unsigned. Oil on No. 1 Early Spring. Signed “W.C. Fitler NY” l.r., title inscribed on a
canvas, 17 x 28 in., in a later molded giltwood frame. Condition: label on the reverse. Oil on canvas, 8 x 10 in., in an ornate period
Relined, minor stable craquelure. gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Very good.
$600-800 $1,000-1,200

643.
Portrait Miniature with an Interior Scene of a Little Girl Wearing a
White Dress, J.B. Alexander, Charleston, South Carolina, c. 1840,
unsigned, subject and artist identified on a paper label inscribed “Ann
L. Hershman/5 years old/1840/Camden, S.C./By J.B. Alexander.”
Watercolor on ivory, 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 in., housed in an embossed brown
leather case. Condition: Ivory slightly bowed.
$3,000-5,000

644.
Pair of Portrait Miniatures of a Young Man and Woman, probably
the work of Sara Peters (Mrs. Leopold) Grozelier (1821-1907),
Andover, Massachusetts, unsigned, the artist identified in inscriptions
on the reverse: “Painted by Miss Peters (of Andover) in May 1844,”
watercolor on ivory, 3 x 2 3/8 in., in matching gilt-gesso frames.
Condition: Very good.

Note: Sarah Peters was one of the younger sisters of well-known


portrait miniaturist Clarissa Peters (Mrs. Moses B. Russell), born in
Andover, Massachusetts. She married artist Leopold Grozelier in
1855, the same year she exhibited three portrait miniatures at the
Boston Athenaeum.
$800-1,200

643
644

645. 647.
Italian School Portrait Miniature of George Washington, after Rufus Porter (American, 1792-1894)
Gilbert Stuart, late 19th/early 20th century, signed “Pia Galli MIXCV”
u.r., watercolor on ivory, 3 x 2 1/2 in., housed in a rectangular silver Pair of Profile Portrait Miniatures of a Man and a Woman, c.
frame, the name “Pia Galli” inscribed on a paper under the frame. 1820, watercolor on paper, oval portraits each 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 in., in a
Condition: Very good. molded giltwood frame. Condition: Portraits applied to woven
glazed wool fabric further applied to glass, toning.
Note: This portrait miniature was likely once owned by the great- $500-700
great-nephew of George Washington, Mr. William Lanier Washington
(1865-1933). In the first quarter of the 20th century, William offered,
at three separate New York City auctions, personal relics and
memorabilia of George Washington. It was thought by some people
that William was a con man who purchased various early 19th
century items and then fraudulently offered them at auction or sold
privately, claiming they were genuine relics of President George
Washington. In the last auction of these items, held at the American
Art Association on February 22, 1922, three portrait miniatures on
ivory of Washington by Italian artist Pia Galli, in rectangular silver
frames, were offered, (lots 85-87). Lot 87 is thought to be the same
one offered here, as it describes that the pose is after one of Gilbert
Stuart’s, and housed in a rectangular silver frame. Also
accompanying the portrait are clipped segments of the title page of
the catalog, and the listing of the three lots of portrait miniatures by
Galli that were offered.
$1,500-2,500

646.
American School Portrait Miniature of George Washington, 19th
century, unsigned, oil on sheet copper, oval, 5 1/4 x 4 1/8 in.
Condition: Scattered small paint losses primarily around edges.
$800-1,200

645
647

648. 649.
Portrait Miniature of a Blond-haired Child with a Kitten, America, American School Portrait Miniature of a Child Wearing a White
early 19th century, unsigned, watercolor on ivory depicting the blond, Gown, early 19th century, unsigned, watercolor on ivory bust-length
blue-eyed child wearing a coral bead necklace, white gown with pink portrait, the name “Mrs. Town” inscribed in pencil on the backing
ribbons on the shoulders and waist, holding a black and white kitten, paper, 3 x 2 3/8 in., housed in a gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Paint
oval 2 1/4 x 1 3/4 in., in a lacquered wood frame with brass liner. loss.
Condition: Ivory bowed. $400-600
$800-1,200

650.
Portrait Miniature of a Girl Wearing a Red Dress, America, c.
1840, unsigned, watercolor on ivory, 3 1/8 x 2 5/8 in., housed in a
hinged red leather case. Condition: Crack u.c., paint smudge l.r.
$300-500

651.
Portrait Miniature of a Blue-eyed Young Woman Wearing a Pink
Gown, c. 1815, unsigned, watercolor on ivory, 2 1/8 x 1 3/4 in., in a
pendant oval gilt-brass frame, the reverse ornamented with hairwork
feathers and flowers. Condition: Paint slightly muddled on the lower
edges.
$500-700

652.
Portrait Miniature of a Young Woman Wearing a White Gown
with a Pink Rose, late 18th century, unsigned, watercolor on ivory, 2
1/2 x 2 in., housed in a pendant oval brass frame (lacking backplate).
Condition: Very good.
$250-350

653.
Portrait Miniature of a Young Woman in White Draped with a Red
Shawl, c. 1810, unsigned, watercolor on ivory, 2 1/8 x 1 3/4 in.,
housed in a cut-corner rectangular gilt-brass frame. Condition: Very
good.
$400-600
648
650 656

654.
Portrait Miniature of a Blue-eyed Gentleman Wearing a Black
Jacket, c. 1820, inscribed “Armand Ca—el” on the reverse,
watercolor on ivory, oval portrait, 2 1/2 x 2 in., housed in a lacquered
wood frame with gilt-brass liner, (the background peppered with
mold, dark stains on edges); together with a portrait miniature of a
young man wearing a black jacket, white shirt and black cravat,
unsigned, 2 7/8 x 2 1/4 in., in a pendant oval brass case (cracked,
paint muddle u.r., case lacking back).
$500-700

655.
Portrait Miniature of a Gentlemen, America, c. 1830, two
watercolor profile bust-length portraits on either side of a card, one
with four gilt buttons on his jacket, (toning, varnish stains), 3 3/4 x 3
1/4 in., in a period molded giltwood frame.
$400-600

656.
Portrait Miniature of a Woman, by a member of the DaLee family
(American, active c. 1835-45), unsigned, watercolor on thin card, oval
portrait c. 1835, the woman seated in a red-painted chair, with black
spandrels in the corners, 3 x 2 1/2 in., in a period black-painted 657
molded wood frame. Condition: Minor toning.

Note: See lot 662.


$2,500-3,500 659.
Silhouette Portrait of a Military Officer, early 19th century, oval cut
and paste bust-length portrait, with gilt highlights on hair, collar,
657. epaulettes and jacket, (toning, stains), 3 3/8 x 2 1/2 in., in a period
Portrait Miniature of a Young Woman in Profile, Rufus Porter black lacquered wood frame.
(American, 1792-1884), unsigned, watercolor on paper, c. 1830, 4 x $200-250
3 1/8 in., in a period molded giltwood frame. Condition: Minor
toning.
$2,000-3,000 660.
Portrait Miniature of a Gentleman, America, 1836, signed and
dated “By R.W. Jenks 1836.” l.c. and inscribed “Judson Mascraft
658. Northboro, Mass./by R.W. Jenks” on the backing paper. Watercolor
Portrait Miniature of a Young Woman with Green Eyes, c. 1815, and graphite on paper heightened with China white, bust-length
unsigned, watercolor on card, 2 3/8 x 1 3/4 in., in a period mahogany profile portrait, sight size 3 1/8 x 2 1/4 in., mounted in a period
frame with brass liner. Condition: Minor toning and foxing. molded giltwood frame. Condition: Minor toning.
$800-1,200 $300-500
662

663

661. 664.
Profile Portrait Miniature of a Gentleman Wearing a Brown Framed Pair of Double Silhouette Portraits of a Man and a
Jacket, America, c. 1825, unsigned, possibly a member of the Prince Woman, America, c. 1825, hollow-cut silhouettes with watercolor
family, near Boston, according to inscriptions on the reverse, pastel and graphite details, backed with black paper, both women wearing a
and graphite on cut-out paper profile with two gathered strands of red dress, one holds a book, the other a fan, the men wearing black
blonde hair placed on a black silk ground, sight size 4 1/4 x 3 in., in a jackets and cravats, (toning, foxing, stains), in mahogany veneer
period molded giltwood frame. frames, 7 1/2 x 9 in. overall.
$300-500 $1,500-2,500

662.
Pair of Portrait Miniatures of Samuel S. Barker and His Wife 665.
Mary Ann Barker, by a member of the DaLee family (American, Hollowcut and Painted Silhouette of a Lady Wearing a Blue
active c. 1835-45), unsigned, the subjects identified in inscriptions on Dress, America, c. 1830, three-quarter length figure, with ink and
the reverse, watercolor on thin card, the subjects seated in red- and watercolor details, backed with black fabric, a label on the back
black-painted chairs, the oval portraits surrounded by black reads: “Prince family” and “The material used on head is Fustain,” 3
spandrels, 3 5/8 x 3 1/8 in., mounted in a later frame with oval cut 3/8 x 2 5/8 in. (sight), housed in a period embossed brass frame.
mat. Condition: Light stains, minor toning, paint loss on lower Condition: Minor toning.
portion of man’s jacket. $400-600

Literature: See Folk Art, “To Please the Eye: Justus DaLee and His
Family,” Winter 2005/06, pp. 46-57.
666.
Note: Justus DaLee, his son Amon, and his brother Richard had a Four Hollow-cut Silhouette Portraits, a pair depicting a man and
family business as itinerant portrait miniaturists. They painted in New woman, each with impressed oval “Todd’s Patent” mark under the
York State, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Massachusetts, and New Jersey from bust for Isaac Todd (American, ac. 1807-1812), (toning), sight size 4 x
about 1835-1848. The three painted in a similar style and rarely 2 3/4 in., in molded bird’s-eye maple frames; and a silhouette of a
signed their portraits. Sometimes father and son worked on the same lady and a small silhouette of a gentleman, both with graphite details
portraits, making it difficult to identify which of the three was the on their hair and collars, (toning, minor foxing), sight size 3 1/2 x 3 in.,
artist. in period molded giltwood frames.
$1,500-2,500
Provenance: The portrait of the gentleman by Isaac Todd has two
typewritten labels affixed to the back indicating the pair was
663. purchased from T.J. Kurtz, July 24, 1934, by a Mr. Reidenbach, and
Portrait Miniature of a Woman, by a member of the DaLee family was once in the possession of Miss Lillian Russell and bought at the
(American, active c. 1835-45), unsigned, watercolor on thin card, oval American Art Galleries’ Russell sale in 1922.
portrait 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in., in a period mahogany veneer frame. $400-600
Condition: Light oxidation stains, minor toning, paint loss l.c.

Note: See lot 662.


$300-500
665

669.
Painted Silhouette of Notable Revolutionary War Figure Dr.
Thomas Barnard, Jr., Massachusetts, late 18th/early 19th century,
the silhouette painted in black ink on laid paper, with the name “Rev’d
Wm. Barnard Salem” inscribed in pencil below the portrait, (toning), 4
7/8 x 3 3/4 in., in a period molded giltwood frame.

Note: Dr. Thomas Barnard, Jr. (1748-1814) was the minister of the
North Church of Salem from 1773-1814. During the Revolutionary
War, Dr. Barnard, previously a loyalist, was instrumental in preventing
bloodshed by intervening and bargaining with the British troops to
turn back from their expedition to Salem from Boston to capture
664 armaments reported to be in Salem on February 26, 1775, in an
incident known as Leslie’s Retreat. A typewritten letter from the
Essex Institute of Salem dated January 26, 1965, providing a brief
biography of the sitter, accompanies the silhouette.
$300-500
667.
Three Framed Silhouettes of Gentlemen, America, early 19th 670.
century, painted silhouettes, one highlighted with gum arabic, another Portrait Miniature of a Lady Wearing a Green Dress, America, c.
heightened with China white, indistinctly inscribed “Jan Wes——” on 1849, unsigned, watercolor on paper, 2 7/8 x 2 3/8 in., in a period
the reverse, (creased), the last labeled on the back “...from the black lacquer frame, the backing card inscribed “From the Post
Smallwood family Rumson N.J.,” approx. 3 1/2 x 2 3/4 in., housed in Estate Battle Creek 1849.” Condition: Minor foxing and minute paint
lacquered wood frames with gilt-brass liners. losses.
$200-250 $250-350

668. 671.
Silhouette Portrait of a Lady in a Blue Dress, America, c. 1830, Silhouette Portrait of a Young Woman, America, c. 1840, cut and
unsigned, hollow-cut paper applied to black paper with watercolor pasted half-length portrait heightened with ink, watercolor, and gilt, 4
details, including red beaded necklace and green sash on the blue 3/4 x 3 1/2 in., in a period molded giltwood frame. Condition:
dress, (toning), 3 5/8 x 3 1/4 in., in a period molded giltwood frame. Toning, small abrasions to background, small insect hole u.l.
$300-500 $200-250
677

672. 677.
Pair of Silhouette Portraits by William King, New England, c. 1804, Two Needlework Portraits of Fashionable Ladies, 18th century,
hollow-cut bust-length portraits of a lady and gentleman, signed with small oval bust-length portraits worked with silk and metallic threads
embossed “WKING” mark, backed with black ink-washed glass, on a silk ground, 5 1/4 x 4 in., mounted in oval tortoiseshell frames.
(toning, stains, foxing), 4 1/2 x 3 5/8 in., housed in pressed brass $1,000-1,500
frames with oval apertures.
$400-600
678.
Susquehanna Valley Needlework Sampler, Harrisburg,
Pennsylvania, late 18th/early 19th century, worked in silk threads on a
673.
gauze over linen ground with silk ribbon border, depicting
Silhouette Portrait of a Boy Holding a Whip, America, c. 1835,
compartmented designs of potted flowers, baskets of fruit, birds in a
cut-and pasted silhouette, heightened with gilt, with ink wash
cage and geometric motifs, the lower register with a house flanked by
landscape background, 8 3/4 x 5 1/2 in., in a bird’s-eye maple veneer
pine trees, potted flowers, and various animals, all bordering a family
frame. Condition: Paper laid down onto cardboard, toning. record stitched with the vital statistics of Elizabeth Whitley “born the
$400-600 17th November 1763 in Paxton 4 miles from Harrisburgh in Dauphin
County...”, and John Ward (no birth date given) who were married in
1783, and their nine children, (toning, fading, tears to ribbon border),
674. 12 x 14 in., unframed.
Portrait Miniature of a Young Man, America, c. 1840, unsigned,
watercolor on paper, 8 1/8 x 6 1/4 in., in a period black-painted Literature: Similar examples of Susquehanna Valley samplers are
mitered wooden frame. Condition: Light toning, surface abrasions. illustrated and discussed in Betty Ring’s book Girlhood Embroidery:
$300-500 American Samplers, Pictorial Needlework 1650-1850, Alfred A.
Knopf, Inc., 1993, Vol. II, pp. 410-21. These samplers and the one
offered here share similar designs as ones executed by students
675. attending the school of Mrs. Leah (Bratten) Galligher (later Mrs. Leah
Inlaid Burl Veneered Trinket Box, America, 19th century, rectangular Maguire) between 1797 and 1826 at Lancaster, and Harrisburg,
dome-top box with hinged lid centered with a diamond reserve Pennsylvania. On p. 413, fig. 458, Ring notes “the doors of Anne’s
depicting a bird perched on a branch, blossom inlay on the corners, church are open or unworked, and this is typical of samplers made at
the sides centered with concentric diamonds and conforming Leah Gallagher’s school.” The doors on this sampler as well as the
blossoms on the corners, the interior with the lid fitted with a mirror, a pine trees are worked the same way.
lift-out tray with two compartments with covers, ht. 4 3/8, wd. 8, dp. $4,000-6,000
4 7/8 in.
$400-600
679.
Needlework Sampler, “Mary Caddick Nov. 12 1809,” probably
676. England, worked in silk and chenille threads on a linen ground, with
Six Enamel-decorated Patch Boxes, England and America, 19th two figures’ faces painted on silk, central pious verses surrounded by
richly stitched grapevines, flowering vines, and fruiting branches,
century, four enamel decorated patch boxes, three oval with transfer
above a scene with a house, a milkmaid milking a cow, farmer and
mottos, one round with painted clock face and flowers; two round
work horse, a turkey, chickens and a windmill, with a sawtooth border
American sterling silver boxes with embossed beaded and foliate
separating another scene with cottages, shepherd and shepherdess
covers, dia. 1 3/8-1 5/8 in.
with sheep, a horse-drawn wagon filled with hay, trees and bushes,
$400-600 and dove cotes and doves, (toning, light stains), 21 1/2 x 13 in., in a
period molded giltwood frame with beaded border.
$4,000-6,000
678

679

680 681

680. 681.
Needlework Sampler, “Ruth Hill’s Work In the ninth year of her age,” Needlework Family Record Sampler, “Wrought by Mary Ann Wood
possibly New England, late 18th century, worked in silk threads on a Millbury in 1827 AE 13,” Massachusetts, worked in silk threads on a
linen ground with rows of alphabets over a scene with a house linen ground, listing the vital statistics of Asa Wood, b. 1765, and
flanked by two women and two girls, trees, and potted plants, Polly Stoddard, b. 1793, and their seven children, with a row of
enclosed in a geometric flowering vine, (toning, moisture stains, stitch alphabets, flowering vine, a house, pious verse and a weeping willow
loss), 10 x 8 1/2 in., unframed. tree, enclosed in a geometric flowering vine, (minor toning and fading,
$1,500-2,500 a few stains), sight size 15 1/2 x 22 in., in a later molded giltwood
frame.
$1,500-2,500
688

682. 686.
Needlework Sampler, “Elizabeth White June 16th 1827,” executed in Silk Needlework Picture of a Woman with Sheep, America, early
silk threads on a wool gauze ground, with a house flanked by a tree 19th century, worked in silk and chenille threads on a silk ground with
and a potted plant over a pious verse, baskets of fruit, potted plants, painted face and hand, centered with an oval reserve depicting a
flowers, stags, and stars, enclosed in a geometric flowering vine, (two woman and two sheep in a landscape standing under a tree, with
small unobtrusive repairs at center, scattered dye bleeding, minor house and outbuilding in the background, surmounted by a blue
toning), sight size 17 1/4 x 13 in., in a later gilt and painted gesso bowknot and tasseled swags and flowering vines, (toning, moisture
frame. stains, small tear l.r.), 19 3/4 x 16 in., in an ornate gold-painted gesso
$800-1,200 frame.
$1,500-2,500

683.
Needlework Memorial Sampler, “Rowena Richards was Born April 687.
16 1796/wrought this Oct. 27 1808/aged 12 Years,” Dedham, Small Silk Needlework Picture of a Girl Teasing a Cat with a
Massachusetts, worked in silk threads on a linen ground, centered Mouse, probably America, c. 1810, stitched with silk and wool
with a weeping willow over an urn inscribed with several monograms threads, and watercolor paint on a silk ground, the eye of the cat
flanked by alphabets and the vital statistics of several siblings of represented by a glass bead, (toning and foxing), 7 3/4 x 6 1/4 in., in
Rowena Richards, and a pious verse, (stitch losses, toning, fading), original molded giltwood frame with beaded border.
16 1/2 x 16 in., in a period mahogany veneer frame. $250-350

Note: Rowena Richards was the daughter of Samuel Richards


(1756-1822) and Olive (Mason) Richards (d. 1837). They resided in 688.
Dedham, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Beaded Linen and Silk Reticule, “Hannah Haws’s work 1837,” the
$300-500 reticule composed of very small glass beads sewn onto linen, beaded
with hearts, birds, and geometric designs on one side, and hearts, a
potted plant, and birds on the reverse, vestiges of silk lining, 7 1/4 x 7
684. 3/4 in.
Needlework Sampler, “Mary Parker 1798,” probably England, $1,500-2,500
worked in silk threads on a wool gauze ground, depicting a pious
verse above rows of small stitched motifs including animals, trees,
birds, flowers, and butterflies, enclosed in a geometric flower 689.
sprigged vine, (toning, scattered foxing), sight size 9 1/2 x 8 in., Pieced and Appliquéd Cotton Baltimore Album Quilt, signed and
housed in a later painted and gilt-gesso frame. dated on a center block with a heart motif inscribed “By Miss Mary
$300-500 Ann Grooms/Democracy is my Motto/Baltimore/1847,” the quilt
composed of sixteen blocks with printed and plain fabrics in
predominantly red, yellow, green, and blue on a white ground, edged
685. in dark red, depicting a variety of motifs including vases of flowers, a
Needlework Sampler, Louisa Gould, probably New Hampshire, early heart-shaped floral wreath flanked by American flags inscribed “Gen’l
19th century, stitched in silk threads on a linen ground with rows of Jackson/The Hero of New Orleans,” birds, floral wreaths, one square
alphabets above the verse “Louisa Gould is my name/And English is with Odd Fellow motifs, the border with an undulating flowering vine,
my nation/Dunbarton is my dwelling/And Christ is my salvation,” some motifs embroidered with wool or silk yarns, seven squares
(fading, stains), 6 3/8 x 9 1/2 in., in a contemporary frame. signed with ink or a stamped signature, four signed with stitched
$200-250 initials, quilted with outline, diamond, scale, diagonal line, medallion
and leafy vine patterns, one corner with old Missouri State Fair
antique quilt entry hang tag, (toning, stains), 92 x 99 in.
$8,000-12,000
689

690. 691.
Blue and White Wool and Cotton Jacquard Coverlet, America, Blue and White Wool and Cotton Jacquard Coverlet, America,
1835, two-piece double-weave coverlet with a central field of early 19th century, two-piece double-weave coverlet with a field of six
alternating patterns of heart and potted flower designs, bordered with floral medallions, designs interspersed with blossoms and small dots,
eagles, stars, and columns, the end border with eagles, trees, the sides bordered with stars and clover over eagles, buildings, and
diamonds, and stars, the name “FANNY MARKS,” and “MARKS,” the Masonic columns flanked by men, the end borders with stars and
corner blocks with a monkey and a man and “WOVE IN 1835,” clover over eagles, Masonic columns, small animals, and the name
(toning, light stains, scattered spots of stitched repairs, and edge “LUCY WANZER,” the corner blocks inscribed “AGRICULTURE &
fraying), 88 x 76 1/2 in. MANUFACTURES ARE THE FOUNDATION OF OUR
$500-700 INDEPENDENCE./JULY 4 1826 GNRL LA FAYETTE,” (toning, minor
stains), 96 x 74 in.
$400-600
697 (partial)

698
699

700 (partial) 701 (partial)

692. 697.
Red, White, and Blue Woven Wool Homespun Blanket, America, Four Pieces of Mourning Jewelry, 19th century, including a 10kt
19th century, woven in a twill pattern, with two widths joined together, gold oval stickpin with sepia inkwork of a woman grieving beside a
wd. 76, lg. 93 in. monument with a reserve inscribed “SOUVINER” [sic], and three
enamel and hairwork brooches: a 12kt gold oval with black enamel
Provenance: Ted and Carol Hayward collection. leaf surround, a low-karat rectangular brooch with a willow and urn,
$500-700 and a 14kt gold rectangular brooch with black enamel surround,
(stickpin cracked), dia. 3/4-1 3/8 in.
$400-600
693.
Red and Black Checked Woven Homespun Wool Fabric,
America, 19th/early 20th century, wd. 40 in., lg. 3 yd. 27 in. 698.
14kt Gold Memorial Ring, c. 1790, navette-shaped with sepia
Provenance: Clark Garrett, Ohio. inkwork on ivory with an image of a lady mourning beside an urn-
$400-600 topped monument, inscribed “Mr. E. Bordman OB Dec. 14 1790,”
the urn inscribed “AE 26,” engraved shoulders, size 7 1/2.
$400-600
694.
Three Lengths of Blue and White Woven Checked Homespun
Linen Fabric, America, 19th century, measuring 19 x 72, 39 x 17, 699.
and 39 x 16 1/2 in. Two Mourning Rings, late 18th century, both oval with sepia inkwork
$100-150 depicting an urn, an 18kt gold ring, an inscription above the urn
reads “BELOV’D AND REVER’D,” one side of black enameled shank
inscribed “JANE JEFFS OB 15 FEB 1768 AE 55,” the other side of
695. the shank inscribed “HENRY JEFFS OB 15 Feb 1774 AE 61,” size 7
Geometric Wool Felt Table Cover, America, late 19th century, 3/4; the other ring 8kt gold, the urn on ivory inscribed “EP,” size 4
round, with rows of red, white, black, and green felt squares arranged 1/4.
in a geometric pattern, mounted on a wood frame, (minor holes and $300-500
light stains), 40 1/2 x 40 1/2 in. overall.
$500-700
700.
Eight Gold Mourning Rings, 19th century, six 14kt gold, six set with
696. hairwork, one set with jet stones, and one with an amethyst
Attributed to Horace Bundy (American, 1814-1883) surrounded by small jet stones, sizes 4 3/4-9 1/4.
$300-500
Memorial Portrait of a Young Girl. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, c.
1840, 21 x 17 in., in a period molded giltwood frame. Condition:
Relined, retouch to forehead, neck, and scattered spots in 701.
background and around edges, craquelure. Nine Gold Mourning Rings, 18th to 19th century, the nine bands
$1,000-1,500 ornamented with hairwork, three 18kt gold, five 14kt gold, and one
10kt gold; one band inscribed “Alice,” another inscribed “Auntie,” one
scrollwork band has white enamel inscription “JOHN TVNG TYLER
DIED 23rd JULY 1767 AE 5y 6 Mo,” sizes 4 1/2-9 1/4.
$200-250
702.
Small Framed Hairwork Memorial, c. 1840, hairwork mourning
picture depicting an urn-topped monument inscribed “Anne Probert
DIED December 13th 1840,” under a weeping willow, the monument
accented with glass beads and silver foil details, (loose segments),
sight size 4 1/4 x 3 1/2 in., in original bird’s-eye maple and pine
frame.
$200-400

703.
Mourning Ring, c. 1790, 10kt gold navette-shaped with sepia
inkwork on ivory depicting woman mourning below a willow and
beside an urn-topped monument with applied gold elements,
inscribed “In Memr of an Affec Parent,” with black enameled surround
inscribed “RICHARD CARY ESQ’R O.B 7 FEBy 1790 AE 73 Yrs,”
(imperfections), engraved shoulders, size 8 1/2.
$250-350

704.
Three Pieces of Jewelry, 19th century, two navette-shaped rings
with sepia inkwork, one 14kt gold depicting a woman seated in a
landscape with blue enamel and opal beaded surround and engraved
shoulders, size 6 1/4; the other an 8kt gold mourning ring depicting a
grieving women beside a monument, with engraved shoulders, size 7
1/2; accompanied by an 8kt gold navette-shaped stickpin depicting a
woman in a landscape, dia. 1 in.
$200-250

705.
Nine Gold and Hairwork Mourning Rings, 19th century, 7kt-14kt
707
gold rings, eight set with hairwork surrounded by seed pearls, one
with jet stone surrounded by seed pearls, (imperfections), sizes 6 3/4-
9 1/4.
$300-500 709.
Martha Chase Boy Doll, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, c. 1920, all-cloth
doll with heavily painted side-part blonde hair, blue painted eyes with
706. lashes, stitched ears, on an oil painted stockinette body, wearing
Six Pieces of Hairwork Mourning Jewelry, 19th century, five original boy’s play gown with jacket, and brown leather sandals, ht.
brooches: a 12kt gold oval with swivel mount with a tintype of a 16 in.
woman on one side and hairwork on the other, three brooches with
hairwork surrounded by seed pearls, one 12kt gold in the form of a Provenance: Richard Wright collection.
bow, one 8kt gold oval, and an 8kt gold rectangular, and a brooch in $800-1,200
the form of a belt with 14kt gold mounts; with a single round 10kt
gold and hairwork earring.
$250-350 710.
Painted Wood Puppet Stage with Two Puppet Heads, probably
Germany, late 19th/early 20th century, the carved wood puppet
707. heads gessoed and painted and hinged at the bottom, the stage with
Oil-painted Cloth Izannah Walker Girl Doll, Rhode Island, c. 1860, two hinged doors, (minor paint losses), ht. 19 3/4, wd. 19 3/4 in.
oil-painted head featuring brown eyes, pink mouth and cheek $400-600
coloring, brown hair with center part and two long curls in front of
applied ears, painted arms and hands, the cloth body with sloping
shoulders, the lower limbs painted with black laced boots, wearing 711.
white cotton undergarments, a green wool dress with striped silk trim Painted Wooden Toy Figures, Buildings, and Soldiers, probably
and fringe, (paint wear), ht. 19 1/2 in. Germany, late 19th/early 20th century, comprising five buildings, five
$4,000-6,000 townspeople, three animals, and approximately forty soldiers, most
marching and carrying a rifle, sold with seven cast iron soldier figures,
(several with losses), ht. 1 1/4-4 1/2 in.
708. $1,000-1,500
Papier-mâché Milliner’s Model Type Doll, Germany, c. 1840, with
painted molded features, milliner-type kid body with wooden arms
and legs, Apollo knot hairstyle, blue painted eyes, green-painted 712.
shoes, wearing a printed cotton dress with lace collar and black silk Painted Wooden Sled with Horse Figure, America, late 19th/early
apron, white linen under-dress, (minor paint losses, losses on one 20th century, the sled with applied iron runners, the seat painted red,
hand, cracks on bust), ht. 13 in. centered with a painted figure of a horse, (minor paint wear, make-do
$500-700 repair on frame), ht. 12, wd. 13 3/4, lg. 37 in.
$200-250
715

713.
Small Red and Black-painted Cart, America, late 19th century, with
iron reinforcements and handle, and wooden spoked wheels, ht. 19,
wd. 19 1/2, lg. 48 in.
$250-350

714.
Federal Inlaid Cherry Banquet Table, New England, c. 1800, the
central drop-leaf section with swing legs attaches to the D-shaped
ends with brass clips, refinished, (alterations, imperfections), ht. 30
1/2, overall lg. 105, wd. 48 in.
$3,000-4,000

715.
Federal Carved and Inlaid Mahogany Card Table, probably
Boston, c. 1810, with lunette inlay, ht. 30, wd. 37, dp. 18 in.
$2,500-3,500

716.
Federal Carved Mahogany Tall Case Clock, Aaron Willard,
Roxbury, Massachusetts, c. 1790, the 12 in. painted iron dial with
moon’s age in the arch, floral spandrels, and inscribed “Aaron Willard.
Roxbury.,” the reverse of the dial inscribed “J. Minott 131,” inside the 716
waist door is the paper maker’s label engraved by Paul Revere and
printed with red ink, “Common House Clocks, Table Spring Clocks
and Timepieces of different constructions made by Aaron Willard,
Roxbury...,” eight-day time and strike movement, with central eagle 717.
finial and flanking ball finials, wood pendulum rod and brass-faced Federal Carved and Inlaid Cherry Tall Case Clock, New England,
bob, winder, key, and two tin-cased weights, old surface, c. 1810, the hood with pierced scrolled fretwork and inlaid plinths,
(imperfections), ht. 94 in. polychrome dial with floral designs, seconds hand, and calendar
aperture, brass eight-day weight-powered movement, three brass
Note: Engraved clock labels by Revere are found in Clarence S. finials, pendulum rod and brass-faced bob, cast iron weights, brass
Brigham, Paul Revere’s Engravings, pp. 122-123. winder, (restored), ht. 90 1/2 in.
$8,000-12,000 $3,000-5,000
720

718. 719.
Federal Cherry Tall Case Clock, New England, c. 1800, the hood Mahogany Pillar and Scroll Clock, Winchester, Connecticut, c.
with arched crest and central finial on a reeded plinth above the 1825, with a wooden thirty-hour weight-powered movement, (tablet
tombstone glazed door opening to a polychrome dial with a bird in and finials replaced), ht. 30 in.
the arch, floral spandrels, and calendar aperture, and brass eight-day $600-800
weight-powered movement, the waist with tombstone door, all on a
molded base, old brass finial, winder, key, two tin-cased weights,
pendulum rod with brass-faced bob, (imperfections), ht. 83 1/4 in. 720.
$1,000-1,500 Federal Mahogany Inlaid Bowfront Bureau, attributed to the Abiel
White shop, Weymouth, Massachusetts, 1795-1805, brasses appear
to be original, old refinish, (imperfections), ht. 34, wd. 36 3/4, dp. 21
718A. in.
Federal Carved and Bird’s-eye Maple Inlaid Cherry Tall Case
Clock, Levi Hutchins, Concord, New Hampshire, early 19th century, Literature: Jobe et al., Harbor & Home: Furniture of Southeastern
polychrome and gilt iron dial with shield spandrels, moon’s age in the Massachusetts, 2009, discusses a very similar bureau, p. 190, as
arch, and calendar aperture showing the maker’s name, brass eight- cat. no. 65.
day weight-powered movement, brass-faced pendulum bob, winder, $1,000-1,500
key, tin-cased weights, (restoration, imperfections), ht. 87 3/4 in.
$2,000-3,000

721
723

721. 722.
Pair of Federal Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Card Tables, Federal Mahogany Carved Lolling Chair, probably New England, c.
probably North Shore area of Massachusetts, c. 1800, with projecting 1795, ht. 43 3/4, seat ht. 15 in.
front panels, old refinish, (repairs), ht. 28 1/4, wd. 36, dp. 17 3/4 in. $1,500-2,500
$3,000-4,000

725
726

723. 727.
Federal Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Inlaid Sideboard, New Benjamin Champney (American, 1817-1907)
York or New Jersey, c. 1800, old replaced brasses, old refinish,
(imperfections), ht. 40, wd. 72 1/2, dp. 25 in. The Conway Meadow, New Hampshire. Signed and dated “B.
$4,000-6,000 Champney 1865” l.l. Oil on canvas, 24 x 38 in., in a later molded
giltwood frame. Condition: Very good.
$6,000-8,000
724.
Federal Mahogany Inlaid Sideboard, New England or New York
728.
State, c. 1800, the case of three cockbeaded drawers above two
Frank Henry Shapleigh (American, 1842-1906)
double-facade drawers flanking a recessed hinged door inlaid with an
eagle, shield and star device, and oval surround, replaced brasses,
Dixville Notch, New Hampshire. Signed “F.H. Shapleigh” l.r. Oil on
refinished, (replaced top) ht. 37 3/4, wd. 65, dp. 20 in.
canvas, 26 x 37 in., in a later molded giltwood frame. Condition:
$1,500-2,500 Relined, retouch to tears at center and l.l., retouch to sky upper edge.
$4,000-6,000
725.
Federal Mahogany Inlaid Serpentine Sideboard, possibly southern 729.
United States, c. 1795, with single drawer and four hinged doors, the American School, 19th Century
tapering legs inlaid with leafy vines joining paterae, replaced brass
pulls, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 42, wd. 67, dp. 24 1/2 in. New Hampshire Lake in Autumn. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 21 1/2
$4,000-6,000 x 36 in., in a period bird’s-eye maple frame. Condition: Minor
retouch, small paint losses on lower edge.
$800-1,200
726.
Federal Carved Mahogany and Maple and Wavy Birch Veneer
Inlaid Chest of Drawers, northern coastal New England, c. 1815-20, 730.
the sides with inlay simulating paneling, with inlaid ivory escutcheons H.H. Bailey & Co., publishers (American, 19th Century)
and likely original wooden pulls, original surface, (imperfections), ht.
Bird’s Eye View of Concord, N.H. 1875. Chromolithograph on
41, overall wd. 42, overall dp. 20 in.
paper, identification key below, sight size 20 1/2 x 31 1/2 in., in a later
$2,500-3,500
molded giltwood frame. Condition: Toning, margin tears, light
moisture stains left side, not examined out of frame.
$800-1,200
727

728
729

734

731. 733.
J.B. Bachelder, publisher (New York, 19th Century) Samuel W. Griggs (American, 1827-1898)

View of Dover N.H. Taken From Garrison Hill. 1855. Identified in Sunrise at Lake George. Signed l.r., titled and signed on the
inscriptions in the matrix. Lithograph with hand-coloring on paper, stretcher. Oil on canvas, 8 x 13 in., in a gilt-gesso frame. Condition:
sheet size 22 1/2 x 31 in., in a later molded silvered wood frame. Stable craquelure.
Condition: Margins 3/8 in. or more, toning, light stains. $1,000-1,500
$800-1,200

734.
732. George Frank Higgins (Pepperell and Boston, Massachusetts, b.
Augustus Rockwell (American, 1822-1882) 1850)

Schroon Lake, Essex County, N.Y. Signed and dated “ARockwell Valley Farm. Signed l.r. Oil on canvas, 12 x 20 in., in a period gilt-
Pr 1865” l.r. and on the reverse, scene identified on the reverse. Oil gesso frame. Condition: Relined, stable craquelure, minor retouch in
on canvas, 20 1/4 x 34 1/4 in., in a later molded giltwood frame. trees and sky.
Condition: Minor craquelure, very minor retouch in sky and around $800-1,200
edges.
$600-800
742

735. 739.
Federal Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Bowfront Bureau, Federal Mahogany and Gilt-gesso Mirror, New England, early 19th
probably Massachusetts, c. 1810, the case of four cockbeaded century, the scrolled frame with gilt-gesso eagle in the crest and
graduated drawers on slightly flaring French feet and cutout apron, molded gilt-gesso liner, (replaced glass), ht. 31, wd. 16 in.
replaced Victorian brasses, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 39, wd. 41, $200-250
dp. 22 in.
$800-1,200

740.
736. Inlaid Mahogany Veneer Wheel Barometer, “Torre & Co. 12 Leigh
Floral-decorated Folding Travel Mirror Case with Drawer, late St. Rd. Lion Sq.r/London,” early 19th century, the barometer with
18th/early 19th century, the case covered with floral wallpaper and brass urn finial on broken pediment crest, the case with two inlaid
painted floral designs, 6 x 5 1/4 in. rosettes and two oval shells, engraved silvered thermometer dial
$400-600 above a round barometer, ht. 39 in.
$500-700

737.
Federal Mahogany Veneer Inlaid Dressing Mirror, America, early
19th century, with oval tilting mirror, the case with drawer 741.
(imperfections), ht. 22, wd. 16, dp. 8 in. Inlaid Mahogany Veneer Wheel Barometer, “C. Catani &
$400-600 Dotty/Braintree,” England, early 19th century, the barometer with
broken pediment crest, the case with inlaid satinwood urn, engraved
silvered thermometer above round barometer, (molding loss on
738. pediment), ht. 38 in.
Inlaid Mahogany Veneer Dressing Mirror, America, early 19th $400-600
century, adjustable swivel mirror with inlaid stringing, the case with
two drawers, (cracks in veneer on sides), ht. 20, wd. 19, dp. 8 in.
$175-225
742.
Federal Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Inlaid Desk, Michael
Pearson, New Hampshire or Massachusetts, 1809, old refinish,
replaced wooden pulls, (minor imperfections), ht. 54, wd. 41, dp. 19
1/2 in.

Note: Underside of base inscribed in period chalk “Michael Pearson


May Nine (?) 1809 Made This,” and carved with the initials “MP.”
Drawer divider inscribed in pen “Gertrude Pierce Aug. 24 1901. This
secretary was given to me in September 1894 by Lucy G. (Brown)
Rogers of Manchester, NH.”
$800-1,200

743.
Federal Carved and Inlaid Cherry Desk, possibly southern New
Hampshire, the top sections with hinged, reeded, blind doors opening
to an interior of four drawers and seven compartments, on a base
with fold-out writing surface and three cockbeaded long drawers with
crossbanded inlay, flanked by reeded pilasters on vase- and ring-
turned legs, old replaced brasses, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 48
1/2, wd. 39, dp. 20 in.

Provenance: A note inside reads: “Desk bought by Mabel Adams


1938 thereabout from a house built in 1791 located in one of the four
towns inundated by the creation of Quabbin Reservoir. (Dana,
Prescott, Enfield, Greenwich).”
$800-1,200

744. 745
Federal Mahogany Inlaid Desk, New England, c. 1795, the two
hinged doors open to seven drawers and three compartments,
replaced brass pulls, old refinish, (imperfections), ht. 48, wd. 42, dp.
21 1/4 in.
$800-1,200

745.
Milton W. Hopkins (American, 1789-1844)

Portrait of a Woman Wearing a Fancy Yellow-Ribboned Lace


Bonnet. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, c. 1835, 28 x 22 1/2 in., in a
molded giltwood frame. Condition: Scattered retouch to figure and
background.
$2,500-3,500

746.
Album of Poetic Sentiments with Five Small Watercolor Floral
Illustrations, Dublin, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, 1831-41, the
album once belonged to Cynthia Fisk and contains sentimental poetry
inscriptions written by family, friends, and relatives in the Dublin, New
Hampshire, area; small 8vo with half Morocco binding with gilt spine
and marbled boards, 8 1/2 x 6 1/4 in.

Literature: See The History of Dublin, New Hampshire, by Levi


Washburn Leonard, Charles Mason, 1855, p. 336. Cynthia Fisk was
the second child of three born to Asa Fisk (1771-1848) and Cynthia
Mann (b. Marlborough, Massachusetts, 1778). Asa was a mason by
trade. Cynthia was born in Dublin, Cheshire County, New Hampshire,
on September 2, 1804. She married Calvin Learned (b. March 25, 746
1804), on October 11, 1838, and was his second wife. They also
resided in Dublin, New Hampshire. Together they had four daughters
and a son, the first two daughters, both named Sarah Elizabeth, died 747.
before age two. Calvin had one child survive of the three children Two Framed Schoolgirl Academy Paintings of Flowers and a
born during the marriage to his first wife Hannah Dunster Barrett.
Bird, one signed and dated “C.D. Blish 1843 Del. Academy,”
watercolor on paper, titled “French, White, and Damask Roses,” 11
Note: This album includes four pages written and illustrated by four
5/8 x 9 3/4; the other depicting a landscape with an exotic bird
sisters: Caroline, Selinda, Mary, and Abigail Hill, of Peterborough,
perched on a branch, 12 x 10 1/2 in., (toning, light stains, minor
New Hampshire. Skinner sold a similar album belonging to Selinda
Hill that was richly illustrated by her sister Caroline in November of foxing), both in period wood frames.
2009. $800-1,200
$600-800
748 750

748. 750.
John Ritto Penniman (American, 1782-1841) Federal Carved Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Dressing
Table, New York, c. 1810-20, with compartmented central drawer
The Actor. Incised “J.R. PENNIMAN” l.r. Oil on wood panel, 25 x 17 and curule legs, brasses appear to be original, (probably lacks mirror,
1/2 in., in a later frame. Condition: Panel cracked on left side, with other imperfections), ht. 33 3/4, wd. 36 3/4, dp. 19 3/4 in.
minor associated retouch.
$1,500-2,000 Note: The interior left side is inscribed “David Donaldson.”
$1,200-1,800

749.
Federal Inlaid Cherry Bowfront Chest of Four Drawers, probably
central Massachusetts, c. 1810, replaced wooden pulls, old refinish,
(imperfections), ht. 35 1/2, wd. 38 1/2, dp. 22 1/4 in.
$1,000-1,500

749
751 752

751.
Pair of Tole-Peinte Chestnut Urns, France, early 19th century,
navette-shaped covered urns, each side with an oval reserve painted
with country scenes and figures, on a mustard yellow ground, with
bronze on black floral borders, weighted bases, (paint losses), ht. 8
3/8, wd. 11 1/4 in.
$1,500-2,500

752.
Sidney Lawrence Brackett (American, 1852-1910)

Kitten. Signed “Sid. Brackett” l.r. Oil on canvas, 9 x 7 in., in a period


ornate gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Minor scattered retouch, mild
surface grime.
$750-1,000

753.
American School, 19th Century

Portraits of John Nielson and His Wife Lydia (Mendenhall).


Inscribed “Mrs. Valentine Hummel 1118 N. 3rd St. Harrisburg,
PA/Watlee Pxt.” at l.l. on the back of the canvases. Oil on canvas, 28
1/2 x 23 1/4 in., in period mitered wood frames with gilt liners.
Condition: Both with craquelure and scattered minute paint losses.

Provenance: Purchased in Florida by the consignor, who was told


the portraits were purchased in Philadelphia. A letter accompanied
the portraits. The letter, dated September 2, 1834, is written by Lydia
Nielson’s father, Thomas Mendenhall of Philadelphia, and addressed
to John Nielson, asking his son-in-law to bring a draft he had written
of a currency plan and a plan for a “real National Bank,” to the
attention of then Governor Wolf. He also writes sentiments to his
daughter Lydia and the grandchildren.

Note: A genealogical search finds that Lydia Maria Mendenhall was


born August 6, 1787, in Wilmington, Delaware, the oldest of six
children born to Thomas and Mary (Zane) Mendenhall. Lydia married
John Nielson July 28, 1810 at Delaware, Pennsylvania.
$3,000-5,000

753
754. 762.
American School, 19th Century Classical Carved Tiger Maple and Bird’s-eye Maple Butler’s
Desk, possibly New York, c. 1825-35, old replaced brasses,
Landscape with Homestead and Children at a Well. Signed and refinished, (imperfections), ht. 47, wd. 43, dp. 22 3/4 in.
dated “C.E. Devendorf To Papa Dec. 25th/85” l.c. Oil on canvas, 12 $800-1,200
1/2 x 19 5/8 in., in a later molded wood frame. Condition: Minor
retouch l.l.
$1,500-2,500 763.
Late Federal Carved Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Sofa,
northeastern United States, scrolling crest with matched veneer and
755. shaped sides with reeded scrolled terminals and vase- and ring-
Barton Stone Hays (American, 1826-1914) turned supports continuing to similarly turned legs joined by a
gadrooned seat rail, ht. 36, seat ht. 72, dp. 25 in.
Still Life of Fruit. Signed “B.S. Hays” l.c. Oil on canvas, 10 1/4 x 14 $700-900
in., in a period gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Very good.
$400-600
764.
Federal Carved Mahogany Drop-leaf Table, probably
Massachusetts, c. 1820, the top with rounded leaves and molded
756.
edge, on concave apron and vase- and ring-turned support
American School, 19th Century
continuing to molded shaped legs ending in brass cap casters,
refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 28 1/4, wd. 46, leaves open 54
Still Life of Fruit. Unsigned. Oil on academy board, 9 7/8 x 12 in., in in.
a period molded wood frame. Condition: Minor retouch. $700-900
$300-500

765.
757. Classical Cherry Tilt-top Candlestand, New England, c. 1820, the
American School, Early 20th Century oval top tilts on a bulbous vase- and ring-turned support and tripod
base of curving legs on ball feet, original surface, ht. 28 1/2, wd. 22
Still Life with Fruit. Signed “E.S. Haley 2-24” l.r. Oil on academy 1/4, dp. 15 1/2 in.
board, 14 x 35 in., unframed. Condition: Several paint losses around $250-350
perimeter.
$300-400
766.
American School, 19th Century
758.
American School, 19th Century Three Deane Family Portraits: Dr. Abiathar Deane, His Wife
Freelove (Hawkins) Deane, and their Son Stephen Deane.
Genre Scene with Children Gathering Fruit. Unsigned. Oil on Unsigned, the subjects identified in inscriptions on the reverse. Oil on
canvas, 24 x 29 in., in a faux-gilt-painted mitered wood frame. wood panels, 15 x 11 3/4 in., in period molded giltwood frames.
Condition: Minor retouch to u.r. corner. Condition: Each with scattered retouch and paint loss.
$1,000-1,500
Literature: According to Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating
to the Families of the State of Massachusetts, by William Cutter and
759. William Adams, 1910, Dr. Abiathar Deane was born September 30,
Classical Carved Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Two-drawer 1768, in Taunton, Massachusetts. He married Freelove Hawkins (b.
Work Table, probably New York, c. 1820-25, on ring-turned spiral Winchester, New Hampshire, June 4, 1773), and together they had
leaf-carved legs, replaced pulls, refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. nine children. Dr. Deane “was a physician of the old school and used
29 3/4, wd. 22, dp. 17 in. to ride on horseback and carry his medicines in saddlebags.” He died
$250-350 October 2, 1832 in Keene, New Hampshire, Freelove died in Lowell,
Massachusetts, April 18, 1829. Their son Stephen was born April 23,
1796.
760. $800-1,200
Federal Carved Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Breakfast
Table, Massachusetts, c. 1820, (minor imperfection), ht. 28 3/4, wd.
767.
closed 23, dp. 41 3/4 in.
Set of Eight Classical Tiger Maple Dining Chairs, New England,
$700-900
early 19th century, the concave shaped scrolling crests above
horizontal splat and cane seats on saber legs joined by stretchers, ht.
32 1/2, seat ht. 17 in.
761. $600-800
Classical Carved Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Work Table,
Boston, c. 1820-25, the top with shaped leaves above a drawer with
compartmented interior and a demilune bag drawer on a conforming 768.
frame and turned leaf-carved support on four acanthus-carved Classical Tiger Maple and Bird’s-eye Maple One-drawer Stand,
scrolled legs ending in gilt brass cap casters, old glass pulls, New England or New York, early 19th century, on a base of boldly
(imperfections), ht. 29, wd. 21 1/2, dp. 17 1/2 in. turned tapering legs joining the straight apron, refinished, old brass
$600-800 pull, ht. 27 1/4, wd. 17 3/4, dp. 17 1/4 in.
$400-600
766
769 770

769. 770.
Tall Federal Walnut and Mahogany Slant-lid Desk, Middle Atlantic Federal Cherry Corner Cupboard, probably Kentucky, early 19th
States, c. 1800, the lid opens to an interior of fourteen drawers, two century, the molded cornice above two pairs of cupboard doors
document drawers, and locking prospect door opening to four separated by a mid-molding, the top doors opening to shaped
drawers, replaced brasses, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 51, wd. 37, shelves, all on a molded and cutout base, refinished, ht. 88, wd. 51,
dp. 19 1/2 in. dp. 25 1/2, dp. to corner 36 in.
$1,200-1,800
Note: Chalk writing on backboards reads in part “Samuel...”
$2,500-3,500
776 780
779

782 772 783 777 773 771

771. 776.
Mocha-decorated Redware Flowerpot, John Bell, Waynesboro, Slip-decorated Redware Charger, probably South Norwalk,
Pennsylvania, c. 1765, red earthenware dipped in pale ochre slip with Connecticut, late 19th century, coggled rim dish with ochre slip-trailed
bold dark brown “trees,” impressed mark on side “JOHN BELL connected loops and borders, dia. 13 in.
WAYNESBORO,” ht. 5 5/8 in. $600-800
$1,000-1,500

777.
772. Redware Frog Mug and Shaving Mug, America, early 19th century,
“Sarah’s Dish” Yellow Slip-inscribed Redware Plate, America, the rare frog mug glazed in brown with yellow-glazed frog, together
early 19th century, round plate with coggled rim, (rim chips, glaze with a black glazed shaving mug, ht. 3 1/4, 4 3/4 in.
losses), dia. 10 1/4 in. $400-600
$800-1,200

778.
773. Five Redware Pottery Items, America, early 19th century, two jugs,
Redware Plate, probably South Norwalk, Connecticut, late 19th one decorated with brown manganese streaks, a mug, a pitcher, and
century, with coggled rim and trailed in yellow slip “Mary’s Dish,” dia. a bottle with impressed maker’s mark “GOODWIN &WEBSTER
10 1/4 in. HARTFORD,” (chips, handle repaired on pitcher), ht. 3 1/2-9 in.
$500-700 $300-500

774. 779.
Redware Plate with Yellow Slip “Daniel” Inscription, America, early Slip-decorated Redware Plate, America, early 19th century, round
19th century, round plate with coggled rim, (repaired crack, rim chips, plate with coggled rim, the center decorated with a pattern of yellow
slip losses), dia. 10 in. slip squiggled lines and dots, (minor chips and slip loss), dia. 12 in.
$400-600 $300-500

775. 780.
Slip-decorated Redware Loaf Dish, America, early 19th century, Large Yellow Slip-decorated Redware Plate, America, early 19th
oblong dish with yellow slip “bacon strip” decoration, (rim chips), ht. 1 century, round plate with coggled rim, slip-decorated with squiggled
3/4, wd. 8, lg. 11 3/4 in. lines and dots, (glaze wear, rim chips), ht. 2 5/8, dia. 13 7/8 in.
$400-600 $300-500
794

800

799

In sink: 795-797

781. 782.
Small Slip-decorated Redware Plate, attributed to the Smith Large Redware Pitcher, America, early 19th century, the pitcher
Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut, second quarter 19th century, round decorated with brown manganese splotches around the rim, handle,
plate with coggled rim, inscribed with a yellow slip Spencerian-type and shoulder, (chips, minor glaze wear), ht. 8 in.
inscription, (rim chips, crack), dia. 8 3/8 in. $300-500
$200-300
783. 792.
Small Redware Jug, New England, early 19th century, ovoid form Lanier Meaders Redware Pottery Face Jug, Lanier Meaders (1917-
pinched on three sides, transparent olive green glaze with orange 1998), Georgia, late 20th century, molded features with mottled
halos formed from glaze impurities, (hairlines), ht. 6 1/2 in. greenish brown “tobacco spit” glaze, white and blue pottery eyes,
$200-250 white pottery teeth, signed on the bottom in script, ht. 9 3/4 in.
$400-600

784.
Slip-decorated Redware Plate, attributed to the Smith Pottery, 793.
Norwalk, Connecticut, second quarter 19th century, round plate with Two Rockingham-glazed Spaniels, America, late 19th century,
coggled rim, inscribed with a yellow slip Spencerian-type inscription, (smaller figure with repair around base), ht. 11, 7 1/2 in.
(minor rim chips), dia. 10 1/4 in. $500-700
$300-500

794.
785. Figural Hooked Wool Rug with Two Roosters, America, early 20th
Redware Jar, New England, early 19th century, slightly ovoid form, century, rectangular rug with two multicolored roosters flanking a leafy
one side with mottled dark green glaze fading to an olive green glaze branch on a black ground, mounted on a wooden stretcher, (minor
with orange halos, ht. 10 in. losses on background and one rooster’s tail), 32 1/2 x 45 1/2 in.
$300-500 $700-900

786. 795.
Redware Handled Jar, New England, early 19th century, bulbous Slip-decorated Pottery Loaf Dish, North Staffordshire, “1791,”
form with incised lines about the shoulder, transparent olive green oblong dish, buff bodied, coated with deep brown slip and decorated
glaze with orange halos, (chips, hairlines), ht. 7 1/4 in. with a white slip rooster, dots, waves, and “1791,” 13 1/2 x 14 3/4 in.
$200-300 $1,500-2,000

787. 796.
Redware Mug, America, early 19th century, decorated with brown Tall Redware Jar, probably southeastern United States, elongated
manganese brushstrokes, (chips), ht. 4 in. ovoid form with “tobacco spit” alkaline glaze, ht. 11 1/2 in.
$200-250 $300-500

788. 797.
Large Bennington Flint Enamel Book Flask, Bennington, Vermont, Redware Jar, America, early 19th century, cylindrical form jar with
1849-58, the title “PARTED SPIRITS” impressed on spine, ht.10 7/8 incised lines about the shoulder, decorated with brown manganese
in. splotches, ht. 8 1/8 in.
$1,500-2,500 $200-300

789. 798.
Bennington Flint Enamel Pottery Book Flask, Bennington, “CHARLESTOWN” Stoneware Jug, Frederick Carpenter,
Vermont, mid-19th century, the flask with the title “Ladies Charlestown, Massachusetts, 1812-c. 1827, swollen ovoid vessel
Companion” on the spine, (chips, crack), ht. 5 5/8 in. with reeded neck and base, and applied pulled handle, the top and
$200-250 bottom dipped in ochre stain, the shoulder impressed
“CHARLESTOWN,” (firing surface impurities, lip chips), ht. 9 3/4 in.
$250-350
790.
Nine Assorted Redware Items, America, early to mid-19th century,
an ovoid jug with brown manganese streaks, a small pitcher, two 799.
wide-mouth preserve jars, two handled wide-mouth preserve jars, Three Shaker Painted Wooden Pails, America, 19th century, stave
two shallow bowls, and a small Turk’s head mold, (pitcher with crack and iron hoop construction, wire bails with turned hardwood handles,
on base, other minor imperfections), ht. 1 1/2-9 in. diamond-shaped sheet iron bail plates, old but not original paint, two
$400-600 painted red and one painted light blue, (wear), ht. 9 1/4, 9 1/2, 11 1/2
in.
$600-800
791.
Three Redware Pottery Flowerpots, America, 19th century, one
with crimped rim, the sides streaked with brown manganese; one 800.
with integral undertray, and one with a greenish brown alkaline glaze, Blue-gray-painted Pine Dry Sink, New England, early 19th century,
(rim chips, glaze wear), ht. 5 5/8, 7, 5 1/2 in., respectively. the rectangular backsplash above a recessed basin on cutout ends,
$400-600 old surface, (paint wear), overall ht. 42, wd. 41 3/4, dp. 18 1/2 in.
$300-500
801.
Paint-decorated Grain Shovel, America, late 19th century, the
shovel scoop painted with a moonlit scene with figures on a hill
overlooking a body of water with sailboats, lg. 39 in.
$400-600

802.
Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Deer Decoration, Haxstun, Ottman
& Co., Fort Edward, New York, late 19th century, five-gallon crock
with lug handles, decorated with a leaping stag with a split rail fence
and a tree stump in the background, impressed maker’s marks,
Albany slip-glazed interior, (minor rim chips, light stains), ht. 12 in.
$3,000-5,000

803.
Large Cobalt-inscribed Geddes, New York, Stoneware Cooler,
William H. Farrar, 1855, the cylindrical vessel tapered at the shoulder
with opposing pulled handles, bung hole near the base, with fancy
inscribed cobalt inscriptions “Robt. Benson 1855/Geddes/Onondaga
Co. N.Y.,” impressed maker’s mark “W.H. FARAR/GEDDES, N.Y.,”
(hairlines, imperfections), ht. 21 1/2 in.
$4,000-6,000

804.
F.B. Norton Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Crock, Worcester,
Massachusetts, late 19th century, four-gallon crock with lug handles,
decorated with a tornado flanked by two leaves crossed at the
bottom, impressed “F.B. NORTON & CO./WORCESTER MASS.,”
(hairlines, chips), ht. 11 1/4 in.
$300-500
802

805.
Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jug and Crock, E. Roberts,
Binghamton, New York, a two-gallon jug decorated with a flower
sprig, and a four-gallon straight-sided crock with lug handles,
decorated with a bird perched on a branch, impressed maker’s mark,
(imperfections), ht. 14, 11 3/8 in.
$400-600

806.
Cobalt-decorated Wide-mouth Stoneware Jar, probably Maryland,
mid-19th century, two-gallon oval-form jar with lug handles, freehand
cobalt blue horizontal floral and foliate decoration, (hairlines), ht. 11
1/2 in.
$200-300

807.
Two Cobalt-decorated Norton Stoneware Crocks, America, 19th
century, three-gallon crocks with lug handles, one made by and
impressed “J. & E. NORTON/BENNINGTON, VT.,” decorated with
two stylized cobalt blossoms, (rim crack); the other made by and
impressed “F.B. NORTON & CO./WORCESTER MASS.,” ornamented
with a large stylized blossom, (repaired), ht. 10 1/8, 10 1/4 in.
$400-600

808.
Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Crock, “F.B. NORTON & CO.
WORCESTER, MASS,” 1858-c. 1880, six-gallon salt-glazed crock
with lug handles, freehand decoration of a stylized bird perched on a
branch, impressed maker’s mark, (some frying of cobalt glaze), ht. 12
3/4 in.
$300-500

803
Table: 809; table top: 804, 805, 806
Beneath table: 807
On floor: 808

809. 812.
Pine Hutch Table, possibly New England, c. 1800, the rectangular “CHARLESTOWN” Stoneware Jar, Frederick Carpenter,
top on a seat joining cutout ends, retains some red paint, ht. 29, wd. Charlestown, Massachusetts, 1812-c. 1827, ovoid vessel with reeded
63, dp. 40 in. neck, applied open lug handles attached at the top, the top and
$1,200-1,800 bottom dipped in ochre stain, the shoulder impressed
“CHARLESTOWN” under an impressed eagle, (base chips), ht. 14 in.

810. Literature: See The Magazine Antiques, June 1972, an article “New
Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jar and Crock, America, late 19th light on Boston stoneware and Frederick Carpenter,” by Lura
century, a three-gallon wide-mouth jar with lug handles decorated Woodside Watkins, author of Early New England Potters and their
with a bird perch on a branch, impressed “E. & L.P. NORTON, Wares, pp. 1052-57. Watkins identifies Frederick Carpenter as the
BENNINGTON, VERMONT,” (rim chip); a two-gallon straight-sided maker of this and other “Charlestown” marked pottery.
crock with lug handles decorated with a stylized flower impressed $300-500
maker’s mark “WHITES.UTICA. N.Y.,” ht. 12 1/4, 9 in.
$500-700
813.
Four Stoneware Vessels with Freehand Cobalt Decoration,
811. America, late 19th century, a three-gallon jug by Nathan Clark,
“CHARLESTOWN” Stoneware Jar, Frederick Carpenter, Athens, New York, decorated with a stylized flower, ht. 16 1/4; a four-
Charlestown, Massachusetts, 1812-c. 1827, ovoid vessel with gallon jug by E. & L.P. Norton, Bennington, Vermont, decorated with a
applied open lug handles attached at the top the shoulder impressed bird on a leaf, ht. 17 1/2; a three-gallon wide-mouth jar with stylized
“CHARLESTOWN” under an impressed eagle, (rim and base chips, blossom, indistinct impressed oval maker’s mark, ht. 12 1/4; and a
hairline on side), ht. 13 3/4 in. spittoon, ornamented with stylized blossoms, ht. 4 in.;
$300-500 (imperfections).
$300-500
Lots 819-830

814. 815.
Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Flower and Vine Decoration, America, Two Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jars, America, mid-19th century,
early 19th century, ovoid two-gallon wide-mouth jar with lug handles, tapered cylindrical forms with cobalt brushed decoration around the
one side decorated with a flower blossom centered with a “2,” the shoulders, ht. 8 3/8, 9 3/4 in.
reverse with decorated with a flowering vine on the shoulder, (minor $300-500
chips), ht. 10 7/8 in.
$250-350
816. 824.
Two Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jars, America, mid-19th century, Paint-decorated Tinware Box, America, early 19th century, hinged
tapered cylindrical form with cobalt brushed leaf designs around the dome top with wire handle, decorated with a red- and green-painted
shoulders, ht. 6 7/8, 8 1/4 in. basket of flowers and berries, with floral and berry borders painted
$200-250 over white against a black-painted ground, (paint wear, primarily to
top), ht. 7 1/4, wd. 10 1/4, dp. 6 1/8 in.
$400-600
817.
Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Bean Pot and a Sleepy Eye Pottery
825.
Bowl, America, late 19th century the bean pot made by White’s
Carved and Painted Pine Figural Indian Bust, America, late
Utica, New York, one side inscribed “Spirit of 76 Bunker Hill,” the
19th/early 20th century, the figure wearing a feathered bonnet, (paint
other “Boston The Home of the Bean,” the bowl made by the wear), ht. 13 1/8, wd. 7 1/2 in.
Western Stoneware Company, Monmouth, Illinois, depicting the Sioux $500-700
Chief Old Sleepy Eye, (bean pot lacking cover), ht. 5 7/8, 4 in.
$300-500
826.
Blue Paint-decorated Dome-top Pine Box, probably New England,
818. c. 1825, dovetail-constructed box with hinged domed lid with brass
Large Rockingham Glazed Redware Basin, John Bell, handle, iron latch, (minor paint wear), ht. 8 1/4, wd. 9, lg. 18 in.
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, c. 1860, the basin with ropetwist handles $400-600
and molded rim, impressed maker’s mark “JOHN BELL/
WAYNESBORO” below the rim, ht. 6, dia. 13 in.
$400-600 827.
Paint-decorated Pine and Poplar Six-board Chest, possibly
Vermont, late 18th/early 19th century, mustard and light brown
819. decoration resembling wood grain, (minor imperfections), ht. 26, wd.
Miniature Classical Grain-painted Two-drawer Bureau, America, 43 1/2, dp. 16 3/4 in.
$500-700
early 19th century, with dovetail-constructed drawers, turned wooden
pulls, (minor wear), ht. 12 1/4, wd. 16, dp. 10 in.
$300-500 828.
Red-painted Oblong Maple Chopping Bowl, probably New
England, 19th century, ht. 5 1/2, wd. 16, lg. 29 in.
820. $200-250
Paint-decorated Pine Storage Box, America, early 19th century,
dovetail-constructed rectangular box with hinged lid, painted dark
green with black borders, ht. 9, wd. 24, dp. 11 3/4 in. 829.
$200-400 Paint-decorated Six-board Chest, probably Rhode Island, late 18th
century, the molded and cleated lid opens to a well with till, original
surface, (paint wear), ht. 24 1/2, wd. 48 1/2, dp. 18 3/4 in.
821.
Diminutive Paint-decorated Pine Six-board Chest, possibly Rhode Note: A typed note on the inside of the lid reads: “Bought from the
Island, early 19th century, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 22, wd. 34, old Whitman farm on Eaton Street at River Street, Providence, in
dp. 16 1/2 in., sold together with a paint-decorated sailcloth panel. 1979 from Mr. Prescott Whitman, N.D. Scotti.” The back with
$300-500 painted inscription “Adams Barber.”
$300-500

822.
830.
Three Red-painted Woodenware Items, America, early 19th F.B. Norton Stoneware Tree-trunk-form Planter, Worcester,
century, a tape loom, a square apple box with hand-painted floral Massachusetts, c. 1880, the flowerpot with large central limb and
borders, and a hand-carved hook, apple box ht. 5, wd. 10 1/2, lg. 11 four large limbs, with green-painted climbing vines, glazed drainage
1/4; tape loom wd. 8, lg. 19 3/8; hook lg. 9 in. hole near base, impressed “F.B. NORTON & CO./WORCESTER
$400-600 MASS.” on base, (chips), ht. 11 1/2 in.
$500-700

823.
Paint-decorated Pine Six-board Chest, New England, c. 1800, 831.
painted to resemble mahogany, quarter fan and string inlay, original Painted and Gilt-decorated Wooden Clock Face, decorated for
surface, (minor imperfections), ht. 26, wd. 40 1/2, dp. 17 in. Silas Hoadley, clockmaker, Plymouth, Connecticut, early 19th century,
$500-700 the crest decorated with a flowering vine on a fence with arched
entry, inscribed “S. HOADLEY PLYMOUTH,” 15 3/4 x 12 in.
$250-350
832 833

832. 833.
Attributed to Sheldon Peck (Vermont, New York, and Illinois, Ammi Phillips (American, 1788-1865)
1797-1868)
Portrait of Rhoda Bennet Couch. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, c.
Portrait of Hiram Augusta Adams (1799-1883). Unsigned, the 1830, 30 x 24 in., in a later molded giltwood frame. Condition:
sitter identified on a label affixed to the back of the panel. Oil on Craquelure with retouch on face, minor scattered spots of retouch to
wood panel, c. 1824 in., in an early gilt-stenciled, black-painted, background and clothing, small patch repair c.r.
molded wood frame. Condition: Craquelure with retouch.
Literature: See Revisiting Ammi Phillips: Fifty Years of American
Note: According to the inscriptions on the reverse, the portrait was Portraiture, by Stacy C. Hollander and Howard Fertig, curators, p. 62;
painted in New York State, and Hiram Adams was the grandfather of the subject is listed as Rhoda Bennett. They speculate that the
Helen Adams Snedicon. Reportedly Adams immigrated to painting was probably done in the Great Barrington, Massachusetts,
Tecumseh, Michigan, sometime before the 1850 Federal census, and area.
is listed as a machinist and cabinetmaker in records during the next $6,000-8,000
several decades. His name appears in the 1880 census, three years
before his death, as a retired merchant. His wife Elizabeth (Eliza) Van
Tyne Adams was born in New York and christened in the Dutch
Reform Church in Cayuga.
$8,000-12,000
834

834. 835.
Ira Chaffee Goodell (Massachusetts, 1800-1875) Anglo-American School, 19th Century

Portraits of Nathan and Freelove Drury. The artist’s misspelled Portrait of Hannah More. Unsigned, inscribed Hannah More l.c.,
name, “I. C. Goodale,” is inscribed four times in pencil on the reverse the name “Hannah More” inscribed in ink on the mat. Oil on canvas,
of the woman’s portrait, also inscribed “No. 30.” Oil on wood panel, 9 x 8 in., in a carved mahogany frame with grapevine motif.
c. 1835, 23 3/4 x 21 3/8 in., with wood strips on the top and bottom Condition: Minor retouch to background.
of the panels applied to mitered wood supports. Condition:
Retouch, cleaned. Note: This portrait may depict the English writer Hannah More, best
known as a writer of popular religious tracts, an educator of the poor,
Note: Ira Chafee Goodell was a self-taught itinerant painter from a poet, and playwright.
Belchertown, Massachusetts, who also painted portraits in Dana, $400-600
Massachusetts, and in several locations in Columbia County, New
York, before moving to New York City about 1834. More than fifty-
three portraits are signed or attributed to Goodell, more than twenty
of those of prominent residents of Columbia County.

Literature: See Vital records of Deerfield, Massachusetts, to the year


1850, compiled by Thomas W. Baldwin, Boston, Massachusetts,
1920, p. 237. Freelove Sweet married Nathan Drury of Shelburn on
September 12, 1795.
$3,000-5,000
836

836.
Carved Yellow Poplar Figure of a Frontier Jesuit Priest, Native American or Canada, late 18th/early 19th century,
the figure with articulated arms, removable head, trousers, and feet, the eyes inset with shell, the hair on the figure’s
head is pegged with bear hair in the tonsure fashion associated with Jesuit priests, mounted on a wooden platform,
ht. 21 1/2, wd. 8 1/2 in.

Provenance: Estate of William S. Greenspon.

Literature: This figure is illustrated and discussed in American Primitive, by Roger Ricco and Frank Maresca, p. 46.
$6,000-8,000
838.
Bottle Whimsey, Daniel Rose (1871-1921), Johnstown,
Pennsylvania, 1920, with carved stopper suspending two balls and
containing several carved softwood elements including a fan,
squirrels, birds, fish, rabbits, hammer, scissors, and axe, “SEEK THE
LORD” pious inscription, the base inscribed “GOD IS LOVE” and
“Nov. 16, 1920/Presented to Valley Druggest by Daniel Rose 906
Bedford St./Johnstown Pa.,” ht. 9 in.

Literature: In an article first published in the Christian Monitor: A


Monthly Magazine for the Home, June 1926 (Vol. XVIII, No. 6), Daniel
Rose is mentioned as a notable woodcarver who was born in 1871,
and lived in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He became an invalid at the
age of eighteen. It is unclear when he began carving, but by 1898 he
had become widely known and was registered in Washington, D.C.,
as “Champion Whittler of the United States.” He died June 26, 1921,
as the result of a car crash.
$400-600

839.
Two Waterbird Decoys, America, early to mid-20th century, carved
and painted wooden figures, a redhead with tack eyes, and a
canvasback with inset glass eyes, later paint, (redhead with shrinkage
cracks along base, canvasback with repaired crack along back), ht. 7
1/4, 8 1/2, lg. 17 1/2, 20 in., respectively.
$300-500

840.
Sailor-made Chip-carved Covered Trinket Box, James Foster,
Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, 1788, round maple box
with lapped seams fastened with copper rivets, carved domed lid
with bone finial, the cover with copper riveted date “1788” the sides
of the box riveted with the name “HULDY FOSTER” and two hearts,
the cover and sides ornamented with geometric and compass chip-
carved decoration, and an inlaid “X,” a paper inside the box is
837 inscribed: “This box was made by James Foster for his sister Huldy
during one of his sea voyages. He was born 7-25-1768. Drowned at
sea 12-5-1790”; (shrinkage crack on cover, losses on cover rim),
837. overall ht. 3 1/2, dia. 4 1/4 in.
Folk Carved and Painted Whirligig of a Black Man Wearing a
Hat, America, late 19th/early 20th century, with carved paddle arms, Note: James and Huldah (Huldy) Foster were two of the eleven
painted red with yellow stripe on hat and yellow jacket, mounted on a children of Deacon James and Mary (Lewis) Foster who resided in
wooden base, ht. 39 1/2 in. Rochester, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Huldy was born
$1,500-2,500 August 23, 1766 and died February 15, 1857.
$800-1,200

843

845-847
(partial)

838 839 840 841 842 844 848


849

841. 845.
Carved and Polychrome-painted Articulated Figure of a Black Five Tartanware Items, late 19th/early 20th century, a vinaigrette in
Man, America, late 19th/early 20th century, the figure wears a cap the Caledonia tartan containing a stoppered bottle, a hexagonal spool
with brim, a green jacket trimmed with gold, green trousers, blue and holder box in Prince Charlie with “Clark’s Spool Cotton” paper label
orange striped stockings, and red-trimmed brown shoes, ht. 15 in. lining the interior of the hinged cover, two cylindrical covered boxes
$700-900 with applied cut-out photographs of sculptures with Classical figures
in Stuart and McPherson, and a small cylindrical box in a red-based
tartan, (wear, small losses), ht. 2 1/4-3 1/4 in.
842. $250-350
Paint-decorated Treen Sugar Bowl, America, late 19th century, the
bowl painted with a band of leaves and fruit, (rim chips, paint losses),
ht. 4 1/4, dia. 4 1/8 in. 846.
$200-250 Tartanware Sewing Spool Box, late 19th century, round covered
box in the Stewart tartan, holds six spools of thread, the interior of
the cover with a printed label for John Clark Jun’r. & Co., Glasgow,
843. ht. 2 1/4, dia. 4 in.
Pair of Merganser Decoys, America, early 20th century, old repaint, $200-250
with applied rectangular weights, rig rings, branded “DO,” (age
cracks), ht. 7, 7 3/8, lg. 15 1/2, 17 3/4 in.
847.
$200-400
Tartanware Trinket Box, late 19th/early 20th century, rectangular
box with hinged lid, in the McDuff tartan, (small losses), ht. 2 1/2, wd.
8 1/8, dp. 4 1/8 in.
844. $100-150
Painted Stretched Canvas Merganser Drake Decoy, America, early
20th century, the canvas stretched and nailed over a wire and wood
frame, inset glass eyes on the carved wood head, (some fraying on 848.
canvas over the wire), ht. 7 7/8, lg. 23 1/4 in. Small Green-painted Oval Lapped-seam Box, New England, mid-
$2,000-3,000 19th century, the box with maple sides and pine top and bottom, the
name “Elisha Beal” impressed on the lid, ht. 2 1/8, dia. 5 1/2 in.
$300-500
852

851 853

856 857

849. 852.
Large Wooden Ark with Carved and Polychrome-painted Folk Carved Recumbent Horse Figure, America, late 19th century,
Wooden Animals, found in Newtown, Connecticut, 20th century, the (losses on ears, hoof), ht. 5 1/2, lg. 11 1/2 in.
three-tier vessel with removable top sections and sliding side door, $1,000-1,500
accompanied by forty-one carved and painted animal figures,
mounted on a stand, (small loss on molding), overall ht. 29, wd. 13,
lg. 56 1/2 in. 853.
$10,000-15,000 Carved and Painted Peacock Figure, attributed to John Reber,
Lehigh County, Pennsylvania (1857-1938), polychrome-painted and
gessoed softwood figure, (imperfections), ht. 6 3/8, lg. 13 in.
$1,500-2,500
850.
Painted Pine Noah’s Ark and Animal Figures, Germany, late 19th
century, the ark with red-painted roof, blue and black sides, with floral 854.
and brick printed borders, together with twenty-three assorted carved American School, 20th Century
and painted animals, (one side of roof loose), ht. 7 1/2, wd. 5, lg. 17
in. The Fox and the Swan. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 22 1/4 x 38 in.,
$400-600 in an earlier wood frame with gilt liner. Condition: Very good.
$500-700

851.
Carved and Painted Wooden Horse Toy, America, late 19th 855.
century, black-painted horse figure carved in a walking position with American/Continental School, 19th Century
canvas ears and thread tail, mounted on a wooden platform, (fraying
to ears, losses on tail), overall ht. 9 1/4, lg. 11 in. Landscape with a Pair of Storks at a Pond. Indistinctly signed l.r.
$400-600 Oil on canvas, 5 1/8 x 7 3/4 in., in a period molded gilt-gesso frame.
Condition: Canvas applied to panel.
$200-300
857.
Crowell Carved and Painted Woodcock Ornamental Mantel
Figure, A. Elmer Crowell (1862-1952), East Harwich, Massachusetts,
with inset glass eyes, subtle delineated tail tip, the figure mounted on
a burl base, signed “A.E. Crowell/Maker/Cape Cod,” (small paint loss
on bill and tail tips, losses on feet, minor craquelure to paint on back),
ht. 4 1/2 in.

Literature: This bird carving was made early in Crowell’s career,


sometime before 1912. His signature bears the additional inscription
“Maker” which according to Brian Cullity in The Songless Aviary: The
World of A.E. Crowell, Heritage Plantation of Sandwich, 1992, p. 20-
21. “...Early carvings by Elmer are signed “Maker”- a reflection of
craftsmanship and the pride of making an individual object. Crowell
begins using the word ‘manufacturer’ in 1912 to reflect his entry into
the business world.”
$3,000-5,000

858.
Relief Carved Wooden Folk Art Walking Stick, America, late 19th
century, the walking stick encircled with an applied carved snake with
glass eyes, and carved with numerous motifs including several
religious figures and symbols: Christ on the cross with ladder and
rooster, carpenter and tools, figures at the birth of Christ, with star
and animals and three wise men, brown varnished surface, ht. 34 in.
$2,000-3,000

859.
Wooden Birdcage, late 19th century, with pierced sunburst on
center of each of its four arches, fitted with a swing and pull-out tray,
ht. 11 3/8, wd. 9 1/2, dp. 7 in.
$250-350

860.
Painted Chalkware Figure of a Gray Squirrel, America, late 19th
century, (paint losses), ht. 6 1/4 in.
$300-400

861.
Carved Wooden Folk Art Walking Stick, the knob carved in the
form of a black man’s head, (cracks, losses), lg. 33 1/2 in.
$200-300

862.
Painted Chalkware Cat and Spaniel Figures, America, late 19th
century, the cat painted with brown spots and stripes, the spaniel
white with black ears and tail, red collar, (cat with two minor hairlines,
both with minor paint loss), ht. 5 1/4, 5 in.
$400-500

863.
858
Painted Chalkware Figure of an Angel, America, late 19th/early
20th century, the figure kneeling on a square plinth, (minor chips on
edge of plinth), ht. 7 3/4 in.
$300-400

856.
Enoch Benner Carved and Painted Wooden Owl Figure, Port 864.
Clyde, Maine, late 19th century, the owl figure with wire legs and Molded Sheet Copper Leaping Deer Weather Vane, America, early
painted feet perched on a branch segment, further mounted on a 20th century, full-body figure with cast copper ears and antlers,
wooden base, overall ht. 8 3/4 in. verdigris and reddish brown patina, mounted on a copper rod, no
$1,500-2,500 stand, (dents), ht. 26 1/4, lg. 27 in.
$4,000-6,000
864

865

865. 866.
Large Molded Sheet Copper and Zinc Running Horse Weather Copper Arrow Weather Vane, America, early 20th century, with
Vane, America, late 19th century, full-body copper figure with cast small sphere over arrow with corrugated tail, scrolled copper bands,
zinc head, mounted on a copper rod over a copper sphere, original over another small sphere, verdigris surface, including stand, overall
weathered verdigris surface, no stand, (seam separations, dents), ht. ht. 19, lg. 28 1/2 in.
25 1/2, lg. 43 1/4 in. $800-1,200
$3,000-5,000
866

870

867. 869.
Pair of Tin Downspouts, America, 19th century, with vestiges of Two Pieces of Stone Fruit, an orange and an apple half, late 19th
white paint, ht. 46 3/4 in. century, dia. 2 1/2, 4 in.
$600-800 $200-250

868. 870.
Pair of White-painted Sheet Iron Baskets, America, late 19th/early Molded Copper Grasshopper Weather Vane, America, early 20th
20th century, ht. 7 1/2, dia. 11 3/4 in. century, with copper antennae and legs, including stand, verdigris
$200-250 surface, (minor dents), overall ht. 20, lg. 33 1/4 in.
$1,500-2,500
871

872

871. 872.
Molded Copper Rooster Weather Vane, America, early 20th Molded Copper Trotting Horse Weather Vane, America, late
century, full-body figure, mounted on a copper rod, verdigris surface, 19th/early 20th century, flattened figure with original dark verdigris
including stand, overall ht. 22 1/4, lg. 18 1/4 in. surface, including stand, (minor dents and bullet hole), overall ht. 20,
$1,500-2,500 lg. 29 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
873

874

873. 874.
Small Molded Gilt Copper “Black Hawk” Running Horse Weather Molded Gilt Copper and Zinc Running Horse Weather Vane,
Vane, attributed to A.L. Jewell, Waltham, Massachusetts, third America, late 19th/early 20th century, flattened molded sheet copper
quarter 19th century, flattened molded sheet copper figure supported figure with zinc head, supported on a copper rod, original weathered
on a copper rod, no stand, (minor dents, minor losses, and dents to verdigris surface, no stand, (minor dents, seam separation on rear
tail tips), ht. 18, lg. 24 1/2 in. leg), ht. 18, lg. 31 in.
$2,000-2,500 $1,000-1,500
875. 883.
Small Reverse-painted Glass Tinsel Picture of a Horse, America, Pair of Large Brass and Iron Ball-top Andirons and Three Tools,
19th century, (paint loss, retouch), 6 x 8 in., in a period wood frame late 20th century, with urn finials above belted balls, faceted plinths,
with gilt liner. cabriole legs, and claw-and-ball feet, conforming log stops, and three
$200-250 tools, tongs, shovel, and poker, andirons ht. 26 1/2, wd. 12 3/4, dp.
35 3/4; tool lg. 32 in.
$500-700
876.
American School, 19th/20th Century
884.
Portrait of a Horse in a Landscape. Unsigned. Watercolor on Pair of Brass and Iron Ball-top Andirons, Matching Tongs, and a
paper, 3 7/8 x 5 in., in a grain-painted gesso and wood frame. Cape Cod Lighter, America, early 19th century, the andirons with
Condition: Minor toning, creases. ball-top finials on columnar shafts with conforming log stops, with
$200-250 matching tongs; Cape Cod lighter with cast iron pot with brass cover
and soapstone iron and brass lighting rod, andiron ht. 11 3/4, wd. 7,
dp. 24; tongs lg. 24 1/2, lighter ht. 9 3/4 in. overall.
877.
$150-250
Painted and Embossed Eagle-decorated Tin Downspout,
America, c. 1860, the downspout with embossed spreadwing
American eagle with shield over an embossed pineapple and painted
885.
date “1860,” five-point stars painted on the sides and simulated brick
painted on the shaped back panel, (paint wear, losses on sides), ht. Pair of Brass and Iron Ball-top Andirons with a Pair of Tongs,
27, wd. 26 1/2, dp. 8 1/2 in. Boston, c. 1800, belted ball finials on ring-turned shafts, spurred
$600-800 cabriole legs and slipper feet with conforming log stops, together with
a later set of tongs with similar ball-top finial, (dents on andiron finials),
ht. 12 1/4, wd. 9 1/2, dp. 17, tongs lg. 28 in.
878. $150-250
Pair of Cast Iron Fox Head Architectural Elements, late 19th
century, weathered brown-painted surface, ht. 5, wd. 6, dp. 5 3/8 in.
$800-1,200 886.
Federal Cast Brass Eagle Door Knocker, early 19th century, ht. 6
3/4, wd. 8 in.
879. $400-600
Pair of Cast Iron Cat Andirons, America, 20th century, fitted with
glass eyes, the billet bars marked “MADE IN USA” and “918-1,” (rusty
surface), ht. 17 1/4, wd. 7 1/2, dp. 16 1/2 in. 887.
$300-500 Large Cast Iron Horse Head Hitching Post, America, late 19th
century, weathered white-painted surface, mounted on a metal stand,
(rust surface), ht. 73 in.
880. $400-600
Pair of Cast Iron Owl Andirons with Three Matching Fire Tools
and Stand, attributed to Rostand Manufacturing Company, Milford,
Connecticut, 20th century, the owls fitted with glass eyes, perched on 888.
crossed branches, painted black, the log supports with raised Figural Cast Iron Black-painted Seated Cat Doorstop,
lettering “918-1 MADE IN USA,” the tools with conforming owl finials, manufactured by “Fay & Scott,” ht. 12 1/4, wd. 7 1/2 in.
andiron ht. 15 1/4, wd. 9 1/4, dp. 15 1/4, stand ht. 27, tool lg. 25 $200-300
1/2-26 1/2 in.
$700-900
889.
Painted Cast Iron St. Bernard Figural Doorstop, America, early
881. 20th century, old repainted surface, ht. 8 1/2, lg. 11 1/4 in.
Brass and Wirework Fire Fender, England or America, late $150-250
18th/early 19th century, the fender with three belted brass ball finials
on brass rail over wirework with scroll decoration, ht. 15 1/2, wd. 45
1/4, dp. 17 in.
890.
$600-800
Two Brass Locks with Keepers, James Gibbons, Wolverhampton,
England, early 19th century, impressed maker’s marks “GIBBONS
882. W’HAMPTON,” 3 x 7 1/4 in. overall.
Brass and Wirework Fire Fender, England or America, early 19th $300-400
century, brass rail with three belted ball finials over wirework screen,
ht. 13 3/4, wd. 49, dp. 15 1/4 in.
$400-600
891.
Polychrome-painted Carved Wooden Indian Tobacconist Figure,
America, late 19th century, the standing figure with carved feathered
headdress and apron, fringed cape and dress, one hand holds a
bundle of cigars, the figure stands on a painted square wooden base,
overall ht. 64 3/4, wd. 17, dp. 20 in.
$8,000-12,000

892.
Pair of Carved and Polychrome-painted Wooden Lodge Panels,
America, late 19th/early 20th century, long pine panels with geometric
carved sawtooth and striped designs, painted yellow, red, maroon,
and blue-green, (minor paint wear), ht. 13 in., lg. 9 ft. 6 in.
$2,500-3,500

893.
Pair of Faux Green Marble Painted Wooden Half Columns,
America, late 19th century, ht. 7 ft. 2 in.
$2,000-3,000

894.
Grain-painted Gallery Timepiece, Brewster and Ingrahams, Bristol,
Connecticut, c. 1840, the molded case housing a convex wooden
painted dial, eight-day brass spring-driven movement, bird’s-eye
maple graining over earlier gilt, (imperfections), dia. 19 in.

Provenance: Purportedly from the Warner, New Hampshire, Town


Hall.
$300-500

895.
Large Turned and Painted Wood Barber Pole, America, late 19th
century, with ball finial atop turned column painted with white stars
over red, white, and blue stripes, ht. 72 1/2 in.
$800-1,200

896.
Pair of and Painted Art Deco Wood Carnival Columns, America,
early 20th century, the lighted columns featuring lion head masks on
a marbled surface, with applied chrome grab bars, (minor scattered
paint losses), ht. 7 ft. 5 in., wd. 12, dp. 10 1/2 in.
$1,200-1,500

897.
Polychrome-painted and Carved Wood Indian Tobacconist
Figure, America, c. 1840-50, carved full-figure male Native American
wearing a feathered headdress, a fringed cloak draped across his
right shoulder, and a fringed tunic; holding a tobacco leaf in his right
hand and a bundle of cigars in his left hand, old repainted surface in
shades of dark red, blue, green, yellow, and black, (imperfections), ht.
46 in.
$6,000-8,000

891
892

894

893 897 893 898 895 896 899 896


901

898. 900.
Small Carved and Painted Wood Prancing Carousel Horse, Wooden Barn Pediment Ornamented with a Star, America, 19th
America, late 19th/early 20th century, the buff painted horse with century, ht. 30 1/2, wd. 38, dp. 5 in.
relief-carved mane, bridle, blanket, saddle with a bird figure on the $600-800
cantle, girth, and breast collar, horsehair tail, mounted on an iron
center pole with turned wooden finial, on a mahogany base, overall
ht. 55, lg. 36 in. 901.
$3,000-5,000 Pair of Large Papier-mâché Tiger Advertising Figures, America,
first quarter 20th century, life-like full-body figures posed in a snarling
crouched position, mounted on platforms inscribed “LEARBURY
TIGER,” the figures probably made for the Learbury Clothiers, a men’s
899. clothier located in Syracuse, New York, for store display or parades,
Carved and Painted Figure of King Arthur, late 19th century, the reportedly made by Old King Cole Displays Inc., Canton, Ohio,
standing bearded figure wearing a crown and a mantle over a accompanied by the two original packing cases marked “Handle With
chainmail tunic, with his hands resting on a sword, mounted on a Care/This Box Contains Learbury Fashion Display,” ht. 30, wd. 29, lg.
wooden platform, old gold and silver paint over earlier gilt, (paint 76 in.
losses, shrinkage cracks, loss on base near foot), overall ht. 64 1/2 $8,000-12,000
in.

Provenance: Springfield, Massachusetts. 902.


$3,000-5,000 Pair of Carved and Painted Lions Head Fire Capitals, 19th
century, (shrinkage cracks), including stands, ht. 7, wd. 11 in.

Provenance: Estate of William S. Greenspon.


$400-600
903

903. 905.
Painted Pine, Wrought Iron, and Zinc Tavern Sign, Massachusetts, Painted Wood “LOUNGE” Sign, America, late 19th/early 20th
late18th/early 19th century, large oval plank painted on both sides century, rectangular panel with applied black-painted molding, green
with opposing yellow crescent moons flanking a six-point star, highlighted gilt lettering on a dark blue smalt ground, (losses on
inscribed “D.W. TAYLOR.” over a trotting white horse with orange molding), 15 1/2 x 36 in.
saddle blanket and stirrups on a black ground, beneath this painted $200-300
surface, and visible with raking light, is “A. Bigalow Inn,” the sign
ornamented with zinc curlicues with gilded points, ht. 53, lg. 56 in.
906.
Note: This tavern sign is likely from the Boylston/West Boylston area Two Painted Wood Advertising Signs, America, early 20th century,
of Massachusetts, which was originally part of Shrewsbury. Philip D. rectangular wood panels, one painted black with white lettering
Zimmerman, in his essay “Reading the Signs: An Object History of outlined in red “FRENCH Beauty SALON” with pointing hand, old
Tavern Signs from Connecticut, 1750-1850,” says signs were meant repaint, 20 x 14, the other with applied molding, painted white with
to be updated or revitalized when necessary, based on changes in black lettering “HOUSE FOR SALE,” (paint losses), 13 x 17 in.
tavern ownership, etc.; thus surviving signs often exhibit repainting $250-350
and altered names and images that testify to the dynamic qualities of
the history and creative processes associated with them. The
Bigelow Inn, which was the original home of the sign, has housed the 907.
West Boylston Historical Society since 1980. It was originally built Painted Wood “Super MALTED MILK” Advertising Sign, America,
around 1780 and run by Abel Bigelow. The “D.W. Taylor Tavern,” early 20th century, barrel shaped panel with white lettering, (paint
built by David Taylor in the late 18th century, was in the neighboring wear), 11 1/4 x 24 in.
town of Boylston. $250-350
$8,000-12,000

908.
904. Painted Wood “NO SHAVING ALLOWED. IN THIS BUILDING”
Painted Wood “Lathrop’s Shop” Trade Sign, America, early 20th Sign, America, early 20th century, painted green with white lettering,
century, shaped panel painted black with yellow lettering, (minor 12 x 15 in.
abrasions and paint losses), 20 1/2 x 67 in. $150-200
$400-600
919

909. 914.
Painted Wood “RAIMS ROLLER RINK UPSTAIRS” Sign, America, Painted Tin Shoe Store Sign, probably Madison, Wisconsin, early
early 20th century, double-sided sign, rectangular panel with black 20th century, rectangular tin panel with painted with shoes and
lettering on a white ground, bordered in red, (paint loss), 10 x 39 in. lettering in red and black “CHILDREN’S FAVORITES/LAROY L,
$100-150 STEWARD UP-TO-DATE FOOTWARE/MADISON” on a yellow
ground, (minor paint loss), 36 1/4 x 12 in.
$300-500
910.
Painted Wood “UNDERTAKER” Sign, America, 19th century, long
pine panel painted yellow with black, red, and brown lettering, 915.
(losses), 12 in. x 10 ft. 1 in. “AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS” Sign, America, late 19th/early
$400-600 20th century, long rectangular wood panel with applied molding, with
gilt lettering on a black smalt ground, (scattered smalt surface losses,
loss on molding u.r.), 10 1/2 x 71 1/2 in.
911. $300-500
Painted Wood “OWEN WALLIS/BUILDER & UNDERTAKER”
Trade Sign, America, late 19th century, rectangular panel with
916.
applied molding, painted brown with mustard yellow lettering,
O. Victor Humann (Massachusetts, 1874-1951)
(shrinkage cracks, minor paint losses), 18 x 34 in.
$150-250
Cows at Pasture. Signed l.r. Watercolor on paper, 13 3/4 x 21 in.,
in a molded giltwood frame. Condition: Very good.
$300-500
912.
Painted Trade Sign “BARTOL PARKER,” America, late 19th/early
20th century, rectangular mahogany panel with gilt lettering and gilt 917.
chamfered edge, 10 x 36 in. American School, 19th Century
$100-150
Landscape with a House Beside a Pond. Unsigned. Watercolor
on paper, sight size 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 in., in a later molded giltwood
913. frame. Condition: Minor toning and stains in sky.
Two Painted Wood Signs: “FOOT” and “POPIL-ANIA,” America, $150-250
late 19th/early 20th century, rectangular wooden panels, “FOOT”
single-sided, with gilt lettering on a black-painted ground, (paint
losses), 10 x 35; “POPIL-ANIA” double-sided, with black lettering on 918.
a yellow ground, (minor paint losses), 11 3/4 x 39 1/2 in. American School, 19th Century
$200-250
Primitive Landscape with Woman, Sleeping Child, and Shepherd.
Unsigned. Oil on academy board, 18 3/4 x 24 1/2 in., in a period
molded giltwood frame. Condition: Very good.
$300-500
920

921

919. 920.
Charles Sidney Raleigh (Massachusetts, 1830-1925) Attributed to Lai Fong (Indian/Chinese, active c. 1887-1910)

Portrait of the Hermaphrodite Brig ELIZA STEVENS. Signed and Portrait of the British Barque Marlborough Hill. Unsigned, the
dated “C.S. Raleigh 1880” l.l., the vessel identified on pennant and vessel identified on bow and pennant, and bears the flag for W. Price
stern. Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 1/4 in., unframed. Condition: Minor & Sons, Liverpool. Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 in., in original gilt-gesso
scattered retouch to background and vessel, stable craquelure. frame. Condition: Three patch repairs, craquelure, minor retouch to
$12,000-18,000 sky and sails.

Note: The Marlborough Hill was an iron four-masted barque built in


1885 by W. H. Potter and Sons of Liverpool, for the W. Price & Co.,
Ltd., also of Liverpool. She had a gross tonnage of 2,531, and
measured 300.5 feet in length.
$3,000-5,000
925

921. 923.
Carolus Ludovicus Weyts (Belgian, 1828-1875) or Ignatius Jan Eugene Grandin (French, 1833-1919)
Weyts (Belgian, 1840-1889)
Ship Vigilant Cap’n Bosworth. Entering LeHavre, France. Signed
Ship G.B. Hazeltine. Capt. Welcome Gilkey. Passing Flushing. and dated “1860” l.r., titled on the mat. Watercolor and graphite on
1868. Unsigned, identified in eglomise inscriptions below. Reverse- paper, sight size 4 1/4 x 5 7/8 in., in original giltwood ripple frame.
painting on glass, 21 1/2 x 30 1/2 in., in original molded giltwood Condition: Very good, minor toning.
frame. Condition: Small paint loss in sky u.l. and u.r. $800-1,200
$1,500-2,500

922. 924.
Eugene Grandin (French, 1833-1919) Eugene Grandin (French, 1833-1919)

Ship Asia Cap’n Duncan. Entering LeHavre, France. Signed and Ship Charles Davenport, Cap’n Kelly. Signed and dated “1860” l.r.,
dated “1860” l.r., titled on the mat. Watercolor and graphite on titled on the mat. Watercolor and graphite on paper, sight size 4 1/4
paper, sight size 4 1/4 x 5 7/8 in., in original giltwood ripple frame. x 5 7/8 in., in original giltwood ripple frame. Condition: Very good,
Condition: Very good, minor toning. minor toning.
$800-1,200 $800-1,200
926

927

925. 926.
James Gale Tyler (1855-1931) American School, 19th Century

The Conflagration From New York Harbor. Signed l.l. Oil on Portrait of the Schooner CHARLIE A. SPROUL with Distant
canvas, 28 x 42 in., in a later molded giltwood frame. Condition: Lighthouses. Signed “C.L. Bowman” l.l. Oil on canvas, 23 x 36 in.,
Minor retouch at center, l.c., and l.l. in a period gilt-gesso frame; accompanied by an 1893 bill of sale of
$6,000-8,000 the vessel, and an iron brand marked “C.A. SPROUL.” Condition:
Very good.

Provenance: The consignor is a descendant of C.A. Sproul.

Note: According to the bill of sale accompanying the painting, the


Charlie A. Sproul was built in Bristol, Maine, in 1878.
$5,000-7,000
927.
William Pierce Stubbs (American, 1842-1909)

Portrait of the Schooner JAMES BOYCE with Distant


Coast and Lighthouse. Signed “Stubbs” l.l., vessel identified
on the pennant. Oil on canvas, 22 x 36 in., in a period
molded giltwood frame. Condition: Stable craquelure.

Note: The James Boyce was built by W.O. Nettleton at Fair


Haven or East Haven, Connecticut.
$6,000-8,000

928.
Hendricks A. Hallett (Boston, 1847-1921)

Lot of Three Works: “Gundalow” on the Piscataqua.; Fort


McClary, Kittery.; and “Whales Back” in a Gale. Each
signed and titled l.l. and/or l.r. Watercolor en grisaille on
paper, sight sizes 10 x 14, 8 1/2 x 12, 9 x 12 1/4 in.,
respectively; mounted in later matching carved wood frames.
Condition: Very good.
$1,000-1,500

929.
Framed Watercolor and Ink Drawing of a Mariner’s
Compass, America, early 19th century, the reverse with
calligraphic ink inscriptions “The Elements of Plane
Geometry/Dr. Williamson Wrote the 11th of the 1st Mo
1803/Geometry Thomas Williamson’s Book/Began the 11th of
the 1st Mo 1803,” sight size 12 3/4 x 7 1/2 in., in a black-
painted molded wood frame.
928 (3) $400-600
931 (front and reverse)

930 (front and reverse)

930. 932.
Scrimshaw Whale’s Tooth, 19th century, one side depicting a sailor Engraved Whalebone Busk, 19th century, the busk engraved and
and anchor amidst flowering branches, an eagle in flight grasping a heightened with red, blue, and green depicting a flower bouquet, a
banner inscribed with “FREE TRADE AND SAILORS RIGHTS,” the flowering potted plant, a ship flying an American flag, and a basket of
reverse depicting a scene with a romantic couple, heightened with fruit and a fruiting tree with the initials “H.D.R.,” lg. 13 1/4 in.
red and black, (cracks), lg. 7 in. $400-600
$4,000-6,000

933.
931. Engraved Whalebone Busk with Whaling Scene, 19th century, the
Scrimshaw Whale’s Tooth, 19th century, one side depicting a busk engraved with two foliate oval reserves flanking a scene with
whaling scene with three longboat crews engaged in harpooning two whalers harpooning a sperm whale, a ship in calm seas, three vessels
sperm whales and the mother ship in the background, the reverse in rough seas with figures overlooking the scene on a cliff, (busk is
depicting the Marquasa Princess identified in an inscription below, warped), lg. 13 1/8 in.
(minor cracks), ht. 7 1/2 in. $400-600
$4,000-6,000
935 (front and reverse)

934. 935.
Six Scrimshaw or Whaling Implements, 19th century, a bone- Engraved Whale’s Tooth Depicting a Ship and Signs of the
handled steel scraping tool, a small bone-handled chisel, an ivory and Zodiac, 19th century, one side of the tooth depicting a ship in calm
iron fishing hook with copper rivets, a bone and ropework stringer, a seas, “Pisces” and a sunburst, the reverse with “Taurus,” “Leo,” and
bronze harpoon tip, and a pointed wrought iron tool. “Virgo,” and a six-point star, one edge engraved with a flowering vine
$400-600 border, the tip and bottom pierced with holes, lg. 6 5/8 in.
$3,000-4,000
936 (2)

936. 937.
Anglo/American School, 19th Century American School, 19th Century

Lot of Two Works Depicting Whalers, Longboats, and Crews Portrait of a Gentleman. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, depicting a
Engaged in the Pursuit of Whales. Both paintings signed and gentleman wearing a blue jacket with brass buttons, reportedly a sea
dated “W.H. Way 1843” l.r. Oil on board, 13 1/4 x 18 1/2 in., in captain, 22 x 18 in., in a later molded giltwood frame. Condition:
period wood frames. Condition: Minor craquelure primarily to sky. Relined retouch, stable craquelure.
$5,000-7,000 $1,000-1,500
938

938. 939.
Framed Family Record, Rhode Island, second quarter 19th century, American School, 19th Century
watercolor on paper depicting a central potted flower blossom
flanked by two round vine-bordered reserves over arched columns, Portrait of the Steeple at the First Unitarian Church, Nantucket.
inscribed with the vital statistics of Samuel Dunn (b. June 10, 1805, Unsigned. Oil on canvasboard, 12 x 8 in., in a later molded wood
New Shoreham, Rhode Island) and Elizabeth Gardner Coe (b. frame. Condition: Craquelure, two small abrasions l.c. and l.r.
February 26, 1814, Newport, Rhode Island), and their nine children; $300-500
also Samuel’s second wife Sarah E. Cushing (b. October 31, 1840,
Mattapoisett, Massachusetts), and their two children, (toning, light
stains), 17 3/4 x 22 1/2 in., in a period molded wood frame. 940.
Nathaniel Currier, publisher (American, 1813-1888)
Note: An inscription at the top of the record reads: “Elizabeth G.
Dunn died in Newport October the 8th A.D. 1854 at 2 o clock Clipper Ship Dreadnought Off Tuskar Light, 1856 (Conningham,
Sunday morning, Brought to Block Island the same day, and buried 1144). Identified in inscriptions in the matrix. Large folio lithograph
tuesday the 10th, Funeral sermon preached in her own house by with hand-coloring on paper, sheet size 22 x 30 in., in a molded
Elder Elijah R. Rose.” mahogany frame with gilt liner. Condition: Margins 2 3/4 in. or more,
$1,500-2,500 margin tears l.l. and l.c., cleaned.

Note: The backing paper retains a paper label from The Old Print
Shop, New York.
$800-1,200
941. 946.
Nathaniel Currier, publisher (American, 1813-1888) After Julian Oliver Davidson (New York, 1853-1894)

CLIPPER SHIP “RED JACKET.,” 1855 (Conningham, 1165). OFF PORTSMOUTH HARBOR N.H.: Isles of Shoals. Engraved by
Identified in inscriptions in the matrix. Large folio lithograph with H.S. Beckwith, published by William Pate & Co., Washington, D.C.,
hand-coloring on paper, sheet size 19 1/4 x 25 3/4 in., in a later dated 1878, identified in inscriptions. Engraving with hand-coloring
molded wood frame. Condition: Margins 1 in. or more, toning, mat on paper, sight size 20 x 27 1/2 in., in a later molded giltwood frame.
stains. Condition: Paper laid down onto archival paper, minor toning.
$400-600
Note: This lithograph ranks no. 41 in the original “Best 50,” and no.
15 in the “New Best 50,” large folio.
$400-600 947.
Copper Marine Lantern, “A&R BROWN MANUFACTURERS
LIVERPOOL,” 19th century, with manufacturer’s brass plate on
chimney, three magnifying glass panes, rear opening for access to
942. inside containing a brass kerosene lamp with glass chimney, ht. 18,
Smith Brothers & Co. and Sowle & Wards, publishers (New York
wd. 12, dp. 7 3/4 in.
and Boston, 19th Century), C. Mottram, engraver (American, 19th
$800-1,200
Century)

BOSTON., 1857. Engraving proof with hand-coloring on paper


depicting Boston harbor with ships, steamer, figures, and various 948.
watercraft in the foreground, the city of Boston including the Nantucket Lightship Basket, America, late 19th/early 20th century,
Statehouse in the distance, 28 1/2 x 41 3/4 in., in a later molded deep round basket with carved hardwood swing handle, ht. to top of
giltwood frame. Condition: Repaired 15 1/2 in. tear u.l., about 12 rim 8 in.
1/2 in. into image, laid down onto card, minor toning, creases to l.l.
corner. Provenance: Paul Madden Antiques.
$800-1,200 $800-1,200

949.
943. Nantucket Lightship Basket, America, late 19th/early 20th century,
After Fitz Henry Lane (American, 1804-1865) deep round basket with carved hardwood swing handle, (breaks and
losses), ht. to top of rim 7 3/8 in.
VIEW OF GLOUCESTER, MASS. L.H. Bradford & Co.,
lithographers, published by Proctor Brothers. Lithograph with hand- Provenance: Paul Madden Antiques.
coloring on paper, 26 x 39 1/8 in., in a period mahogany veneer $700-900
frame. Condition: Paper laid down onto thin card, five repaired
tears into image u.l., two at u.c., c.r., and l.l., repaired margin tears.
$1,000-1,500 950.
Whalebone and Ivory Yarn Swift, mid-19th century, the turned ivory
yarn cup with an inset c. 1829-1837 capped Liberty bust/eagle half
dime (date not visible) to center, supported on a turned whalebone
944. shaft with turned barrel-form ivory table clamp, the cup and the
After Fitz Henry Lane (American, 1804-1865) clamp inlaid with red and black sealing wax, the expanding
whalebone slats joined with cotton string, ht. 21 1/4, dia. (opened)
VIEW OF THE TOWN OF GLOUCESTER, MASS. “Drawn from approx. 23 in.
nature & on stone by F.H. Lane, Pendleton’s Lithography Boston,” $1,000-1,500
L.H. Bradford & Co., lithographers, published by Proctor Brothers.
Lithograph on paper, sheet size 13 3/4 x 19 5/8 in., in a later molded
wood frame. Condition: Margins trimmed, lithograph laid down onto 951.
paper, toning, repaired tears l.c. and l.r. Chelsea Bronze Desk Clock, Boston, c. 1931, “Clinton” model
$400-600 clock with ship’s wheel design, swivel-mounted with silvered dial, on
a round base, vestiges of gilt finish, ht. 4 7/8 in.
$200-250
945.
After Fitz Henry Lane (American, 1804-1865)
952.
VIEW OF GLOUCESTER, (FROM ROCKY NECK). “Drawn and Boxed Compass, by “S. Thaxter & Son 125 State Street, Boston,”
published by Fitz H. Lane Tremont Temple, Boston; Lane & Scott’s nail-constructed ash and pine box with slide lid with vestiges of
Lithography.” Chromolithograph on paper, sheet size 20 x 25 7/8 in., maker’s label, housing a brass gimbal-mounted compass with
in a later molded wood frame. Condition: Minor toning, light mat maker’s name, cardinal points, and fleur-de-lis at North, overall ht. 5,
stain, cleaned. wd. 7 in.
$600-800 $300-500
948

950

949

947

951 952 953 954 955, 956 (above) 957

953.
Miniature Round Nantucket Basket, America, early 20th century,
(lacking handle, losses), ht. 3 1/4, dia. 3 7/8 in.
$200-250

954.
Nantucket Lightship Basket, attributed to Charles Ray, c. 1865,
deep round basket with carved swing handle, the bottom inscribed
“H.B. Sharp,” for Hannah B. Sharp, ht. to top of rim 6 1/2 in.

Provenance: From the family of Hannah B. Sharp of Orange Street,


Nantucket, to Paul Madden Antiques, then in 1999 to the consignor,
accompanied by purchase receipt.
$800-1,200

955.
Cast Iron Fish Paperweight, 19th century, ht. 2, wd. 2, lg. 5 5/8 in.
$400-600

956.
Four Scrimshaw Items, 19th century, a whalebone pointer with two
baleen bands on the shaft, a mahogany handled and ivory letter
sealer, a maple-handled and ivory and bone letter sealer, together
with a maple and white porcelain darning tool, lg. 19, 7 3/8, 7 3/8, 7
in., respectively.
$400-600

957.
Pair of Green-painted Ropework Becket Handles, 19th century,
ht. 6 3/4, wd. 5 3/4 in.
$300-500
959 960 961
962

958. 961.
Ship’s Bell Clock by Chelsea, retailed by Smith, Patterson Turned Ivory, Bone, and Baleen Walking Stick, late 19th century,
Company, Boston, hinged bezel encloses an 8 1/4 in. silvered brass probably sailor-made, with turned ivory knob on shaft with sections of
dial with raised Arabic numerals, eight-day time and ship’s bell bone with spiral turnings, a brass band joining the lower shaft made
movement and lever escapement, on four ball feet, ht. 12 1/2 in. of baleen, the upper shaft with two braided copper wire rings and
$1,500-2,500 spiraling strip of baleen, (minor losses), ht. 38 1/8 in.
$500-700

959. 962.
Decorated Swordfish Bill Sword, America, late 19th/early 20th American School, 19th Century
century, the sword with carved wooden hilt and grip, decorated with
applied carved wooden star, hearts, diamond, crescent, and snake Portrait of the Ship RAPAHANNOCK. Unsigned, vessel identified
motifs, lg. 36 in. on bow and pennant. Oil on wood panel, 31 1/2 x 42 in., in a period
$300-500 painted and gilded molded wood frame. Condition: Minor abrasions
with associated paint loss.

Literature: According to the Report on the Ship-building in the United


960. States by Henry Hall, Special Agent at the Department of the Interior,
Ivory, Whalebone, and Baleen Walking Stick, late 19th century, 1844, the Rapahannock was built in 1841 by Clark & Sewell of Bath,
whalebone shaft with bands of baleen, the carved ivory handle in the Maine, and at the time was the largest merchantman ship in the
form of a lady’s leg wearing a high-heeled boot, (cracks on upper world. “Her great size astonished everybody, and it was a general
shaft), lg. 34 3/4 in. prediction that she would be a failure” as it “was not believed that
$1,000-1,500 there was foreign commerce enough to occupy such a vessel.” “She
ran as a packet ship to Liverpool in the summer time and as a cotton
ship from New Orleans in the winter. The ship was a success, living
21 years and ended her existence in freighting coal to the
Mediterranean.”
$2,500-3,500
965

966

963. 964.
Paint-decorated Six-board Sea Chest, New England, late 18th Green-painted Six-board Sea Chest, New England, early 19th
century, painted green, the top, painted with a scene of “whaling in century, with becket handles, ht. 12 1/2, wd. 39, dp. 15 1/2 in.
the South Pacific” signed Sam Coffin, opens to a well with till, $200-300
(imperfections), ht. 15 1/2, wd. 38 1/2, dp. 15 1/2 in.
$400-600
967

965. 967.
American School, 19th Century Painted, Gilded, and Carved Wood American Eagle Plaque,
America, late 19th century, spreadwing eagle figure grasping an
Harborside Distillery. Signed “SC” l.r. Oil on canvas, depicting a American shield and flags in its talons, and carrying a banner
large distillery compound with railroad distribution, several ships at inscribed “NIAGARA EXCELLS,” (minor paint loss, scattered retouch),
anchor in the harbor, a horse-drawn carriage loaded with barrels, ht. 17, wd. 50 in.
several figures including two men fishing from the shore, 19 x 24 in., $8,000-12,000
in a later molded wood frame. Condition: Stable craquelure.
$800-1,200
968.
Mounted Half Hull Model of J.P. Morgan’s Steam Powered Yacht
CORSAIR, America, late 20th century, the hull painted in black and
966. contrasting shades of brown, mounted on a mahogany plaque,
American School, 19th Century (minor losses), 12 1/4 x 54 in. overall.
$5,000-7,000
Portrait of a “California Clipper.” Indistinctly signed and dated
“W—. B. Riggins 1888” l.r., titled below. Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 in., in
a later molded giltwood frame. Condition: Three patch repairs with 969.
associated retouch, retouch to u.l. edges. Mounted Half Hull Model of the Ship EAGLE, late 20th century, the
$700-1,000 vessel identified on the bow and stern, the hull painted black and
dark red, mounted on a dark green painted wood panel, 11 x 31 in.
overall.
$2,000-3,000
968

969

970

971

972

970. 972.
Mounted Carved and Painted Half Hull Model of a Fishing Mounted Half Hull Model of the Auxiliary Schooner ATLANTIC, by
Schooner, America, mid-20th century, the vessel painted green, red, R. Jenkins, Wiscasset, Maine, 1992, the vessel identified on a brass
and white, mounted on a pine panel, 7 3/4 x 23 3/4 in. overall. plaque and on the reverse, signed by maker and dated on the
$600-800 reverse, natural finish mounted on a black-painted mahogany panel, 9
1/8 x 51 3/8 in. overall.

971. Note: According to inscriptions on the plaque and on the reverse,


Carved and Painted Sperm Whale Plaque, Clark Voorhees, Lyme, the ATLANTIC was designed by Gardner and Cox, built by Townsend
Connecticut, c. 1960, signed with impressed artist’s conjoined initials and Downey, New York, in 1903, lg. overall 185 ft.
“CV” and “C. VOORHEES” on the reverse, ht. 5 1/4, lg. 17 1/2 in. $2,500-3,500
$2,000-3,000
973

973. 978.
Mounted Half-Hull Model of the Ship CITY OF NEW YORK, Mahogany Half Hull Ship Model, America, late 20th century,
America, late 19th century, vessel identified on the stern, alternating composed of laminated contrasting mahogany, (loss of bowsprit), 4
light and dark wood plank construction, painted black above the 1/4 x 30 in.
waterline, mounted on a black-painted wood panel, (losses), 14 1/2 x $600-800
76 in. overall.
$6,000-8,000
979.
Mounted Half Hull Model of the Clipper Ship Belle of the West,
974. America, late 20th century, the vessel identified on a brass plaque,
Mounted Half-Hull Model of the Ship John O’Gaunt, late 19th natural finish, mounted on a pine panel, 7 3/8 x 24 1/2 in. overall.
century, vessel identified on engraved plaque, plank constructed half-
hull painted dark brown below the waterline, with carved scrolled Note: The Belle of the West was built in 1853 in East Dennis,
foliage figurehead, mounted on a wood panel, 14 3/4 x 59 1/2 in., Massachusetts, by Messrs. David & Asa Shiverick. She was owned
overall. by Messrs. Glidden & Williams of Boston, and commanded by
Captain William. F. Howes. She was 936 tons and 182 feet long
Note: The wooden ship John O’Gaunt was built at Whitehaven, overall.
England, for Thomas Bell Esquire, Liverpool in 1855. She weighed $600-800
859 tons.
$4,000-6,000
980.
Four Wooden Half Hull Sloop Models, Robert Willis Morse,
975. America, c. 1970, vessels identified and signed by the maker on the
Carved and Mounted Pine Half Hull Model of a Steamship, reverse, Star II, the 1890 New York Navy yard vessel Whitehall,
America, 20th century, the vessel with natural stain, mounted on a Noank Smack sloop Noanker Birdie, and Sandbagger sloop Annie, lg.
pine plaque, 9 x 40 1/4 in. 17 3/8, 14 1/8, 13 3/4, 14 in., respectively.
$800-1,200 $500-700

976. 981.
Mounted Half Hull Model of the 1867 Schooner Groden, America, Laminated Pine Tank Testing Hull Model, America, late 20th
20th century, vessel identified on brass plaque, painted black and century, fitted with brass hooks for hanging from the ceiling, ht. 8 3/4,
red, mounted on a mahogany panel, (loss on rail), 6 3/4 x 20 1/2 in. lg. 51 in.
overall. $800-1,200
$600-800

982.
977. Mounted Half Hull Model of the Yacht Ranger, by Sparkman and
Mounted Carved Mahogany Half Hull Ship Model, America, late Stephen, St. Barthelemy, French West Indies, 1995, the vessel and
20th century, with natural finish, mounted on a mahogany panel, 6 makers identified on the reverse, laminated wood on a green-painted
1/2 x 23 1/2 in. overall. wood panel, 14 1/4 x 38 1/4 in.
$600-800 $800-1,200
984

985

983. 984.
Collection of America’s Cup Ephemera and Photos, America, 19th Clement Drew (American, 1806-1889)
to 20th century, the collection includes “America’s Cup International
Race 1899” souvenir program, a 1921 pamphlet regarding the Minot’s Light. Unsigned. Artist identified and titled on a Vose
America which won the cup in 1851; fourteen postcards featuring Galleries of Boston label affixed to the backing. Oil on canvas, 20 x
America’s Cup vessels from mid-19th century to 1920 (postmarked 30 in., in a gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Very minor spots of retouch
Long Island City, New York 1924); a “Defender” brand canned tomato to sky.
label, eleven assorted souvenirs from the 1987 America’s Cup, nine $1,500-2,500
original photographs dated 1930, 1934, and 1937, with titles and
descriptions; and two original photographs of President Ronald
Reagan meeting with the United States defenders and successful
Australian challengers in 1983.
$700-900
987

985. 987.
American School, Early 20th Century Antonio Nicolo Gasparo Jacobsen (American/Danish, 1850-1921)

The Schooner Eliza Near a Rocky Coastline with Lighthouse. Portrait of the Clyde Line Steamship S.S. APACHE. Signed and
Indistinctly signed “W.C. Tre——,” possibly by Reginald Eugene dated “Antonio Jacobsen 31 PALISADE AV West Hoboken, NJ 1904”
Nickerson (Massachusetts, 1915-1999) who early in his career l.r., the vessel identified on the bow and pennant. Oil on canvas, 29
painted under the name William C. Trenholm. Oil on canvas, 20 x 36 1/4 x 48 in., in a later molded wood frame. Condition: Canvas
in., in a molded giltwood frame. Condition: Craquelure, two patch applied to Masonite, retouch primarily to sky.
repairs u.l. and u.r., retouch.
$300-500 Note: The Clyde Steamship Company’s S.S. Apache was the first to
establish a direct passenger service between New York and Miami.
$10,000-15,000

986.
Antonio De Simone (Italian, 1851-1915) 988.
Basi Ivancovich (Italian/Austrian, 1815-1898)
Steamer Yacht Xarifa Under Gray Skies. Signed and dated “1912”
l.r. Gouache on paperboard, 18 x 26 1/2 in., in a period gilt-gesso S.S. Oswestry, John Wesley McDonald Master. Signed and dated
frame. Condition: Foxing. “Ivancovich 1894” l.r., titled below. Oil on canvas, 17 1/2 x 29 in., in
$800-1,200 a period gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Relined, scattered retouch.

Note: The S.S. Oswestry was built in 1888 by Furness Withy of


Hartlepool, England, for Siveright, Bacon & Co. In March of 1899 she
was bound from Newport News for Manchester but ran aground on a
small pinnacle on the north side of Mizen Head, County Cork, Ireland,
in the midst of a dense fog.
$2,500-3,500
988

989. 990.
Painted and Gilded Copper Sailboat Weather Vane, America, early Shadow Box Ship Diorama, America, late 19th/early 20th century,
20th century, the sail and pennant surfaces painted white, weathered depicting a ship flying an American flag, smaller vessels, and
to verdigris, the hull with weathered gilt surface, including stand, lighthouse, with painted putty sea and painted background, (two
overall ht. 29, lg. 24 in. loose lifeboats), in a period molded, painted, and gessoed wood
$1,500-2,500 frame.
$800-1,200

991.
Cased Yacht Model, America, early 20th century, carved wooden
vessel and deck accessories, cotton sails and painted and
embroidered signal flags, black-painted hull, mounted on a painted
putty sea, housed in a glazed mahogany case, (one lifeboat loose
from mount), overall ht. 23 3/4, wd. 24 1/2, dp. 7 3/4 in.
$800-1,200

989 990
996

994

992. 996.
Ship Diorama, probably America, late 19th century, depicting a Clement Drew (American, 1806-1889)
carved and painted wooden ship sailing on a painted putty sea,
flanked by a schooner and a steam vessel with a painted lighthouse Schooner Head Mt. Desert. Signed “C. Drew” l.r., titled, signed,
in the background, (loose segments, breaks in rigging), overall 30 x and indistinctly dated on the reverse. Oil on academy board, 9 x 11
48 1/2 in., housed in a painted and molded wood frame. 3/4 in., in a period molded gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Craquelure.
$300-400 $800-1,200

993.
Painted Wooden Ship Model of the ANNA MARIA, America, late 997.
19th/early 20th century, the ship identified on the stern, with hand- Wesley Elbridge Webber (Massachusetts, New York, 1841-1914)
carved fittings, mounted on original stand with hand-carved supports,
(minor breaks in rigging), overall ht. 18 1/2, wd. 8 1/4, lg. 23 in. Interior of a Fishing Shack Looking Out to Sea. Signed
$250-350 “W.Webber” l.r. Oil on canvas, 14 x 20 in., in a period gilt-gesso
frame. Condition: Very good.
$1,000-1,500
994.
Pond Yacht LII, “Designed and Built by W.A. Wadsworth 1952-53,”
vessel and maker identified in inscriptions on the underside of the
deck cover, built on a scale of 1 1/2 in. to 1 ft., with two sails and 998.
brass fittings, ht. 7 ft. 3 in., lg. 60 in. American School, 19th Century
$3,000-5,000
Still Life with Brown Trout. Indistinctly signed l.r. Oil on canvas, 16
x 22 in., in a later molded giltwood frame. Condition: Relined, minor
995. retouch to background u.l.
Blue and White Painted Pond Boat Model, America, early 20th $800-1,200
century, mounted on a wooden stand, (lacking mast), overall ht. 13
3/4, wd. 6 1/2, lg. 33 in.
$250-350
997

998

999. 1000.
American School, 19th Century American School, 19th/Early 20th Century

Waterway Landscape with Houses, Sailing Vessels, and Figures, Portrait of the Ship AMERICA. Signed “D. Taylor” l.l., vessel
unsigned, the scene possibly depicting the Puddle Dock area of identified on a pennant. Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 in., in a later molded
Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Oil on thin card, 5 giltwood frame. Condition: Very good.
7/8 x 11 7/8 in., mounted on another thin card applied to a pine $1,000-1,500
panel. Condition: Surface grime, creases, scratch l.l.
$1,000-1,500
1001.
American School, 19th Century

Coastal View. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 9 x 12 in., in a period gilt-


gesso frame. Condition: Relined, scattered retouch.
$400-600
1010

6 1009 1011 1012 1013

1002. 1007.
American School, 19th Century Sally Philipsen (Danish, 1879-1936)

Rock Island. Unsigned. Graphite and crayon on paper, 6 x 8 1/8 Harbor Scene. Signed l.l. Oil on artist board, 13 1/2 x 18 in., in a
in., in a painted and molded gessoed wood frame. Condition: period molded and gilt-gesso frame. Condition: Very good.
Toning, light moisture stain to right side. $300-500
$150-250

1008.
1003. American School, 19th Century
American School, 19th Century
Portrait of a Bark with Distant Lighthouse and Vessels.
Portland Head Lighthouse, Maine. Signed “C.A. Sellack” l.l. Oil on Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 in., unframed. Condition: Two
canvas, 11 x 18 in., in a period molded wood frame. Condition: patch repairs u.l. and l.l. with associated retouch and other minor
Small patched repair u.r., minute paint loss u.r. spots of retouch, stable craquelure, surface grime.
$300-500 $400-600

1009.
1004.
Pair of Carved Miniature Canvasback Ducks, America, 20th
American School, 19th Century
century, signed on driftwood base “R. Morse,” (minor losses), overall
ht. 4 3/4, lg. 10 3/4 in.
Storm-tossed Frigate at Sea with Storm Clouds Clearing.
$300-500
Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 22 x 30 in., in a later bird’s-eye maple
frame. Condition: Very good.
$400-600 1010.
Carved and Painted Passenger Pigeon Decoy, America, early 20th
century, the decoy with glass eyes and metal beak, original paint,
1005. mounted on a section of wood, (paint losses, lightly hit by shot),
American School, 19th Century overall ht. 9 1/4, lg. 12 in.
$200-300
Ship on Rough Seas. Signed and dated “E.F.P. 1877” l.l., the back
inscribed “Painted by E.F. Porter From the original sketch.” Oil on
canvas, 12 1/2 x 19 1/2 in., in a period gilt-gesso frame. Condition: 1011.
Paint loss l.l., craquelure with associated retouch in water, surface Two Carved and Painted Shorebird Decoys, America, early to mid-
grime. 20th century, flattened full-body figures mounted on a single piece of
$300-500 driftwood, (paint losses, one bill replaced), overall ht. 12, lg. 17 1/2 in.
$400-600

1006.
American/Continental School, 19th Century 1012.
Carved and Painted American Golden Plover Figure, by Harold
Seashore with Vessels and Figures. Unsigned. Oil on thin oval Haertel, Dundee, Illinois, late 20th century, with inset glass eyes,
card, dia. 5 1/4 in., in a brass and paper frame. Condition: Paint carved raised wing and tail pattern, inscribed with maker’s initials
losses on right edge. “HH” on underside of breast, mounted on a branch segment, (small
$200-400 paint losses on bill and wing tips), overall ht. 12, lg. 8 1/2 in.
$800-1,200
1014

1013. 1015.
Carved and Painted Sandpiper Figure, by Harold Haertel, Dundee, Molded Sheet Copper Wall-mounted Architectural Eagle Figure,
Illinois, late 20th century, with inset glass eyes, carved raised wing America, late 19th/early 20th century, the spreadwing figure on
and tail pattern, inscribed with maker’s initials “HH” on underside of rockery with weathered verdigris surface, ht. 31, wd. 66, dp. 5 1/2 in.
breast, mounted on a branch segment, (small paint losses on bill and $1,000-1,500
wing tips), overall ht. 7 3/8, lg. 7 1/4 in.
$800-1,200

1014. 1016.
Molded and Gilt Copper Codfish Weather Vane, America, late Molded Copper and Cast Zinc Eagle Weather Vane, attributed to
19th/early 20th century, full-body figure with corrugated sheet copper A.L. Jewell & Co. or the Boston Metal-Workers Company, late 19th
fins, no stand, (minor surface wear), ht. 15, lg. 31 1/2 in. century, full-body molded copper figure with cast zinc head and feet,
$2,500-3,500 original weathered verdigris surface, no stand, (several bullet holes,
some with old repairs), ht. 13 1/4, lg. 16 1/2 in.

Literature: A similar eagle weather vane is illustrated in Weathervanes


and Whirlygigs, by Bishop and Cobblentz, p. 51, figure 78.
$1,000-1,500
1015

1016
1017

1018

1017. 1018.
Gilt Copper Flying Goose Weather Vane, America, early 20th Molded and Gilded Sheet Copper Eagle Weather Vane, America,
century, full-body spreadwing figure, weathered gilt surface, including late 19th/early 20th century, full-body spreadwing figure perched on a
stand, overall ht. 19 1/4, wd. 43, lg. 37 in. sphere and arrow, no stand, (minor gilt wear and dents), ht. 21, wd.
$1,500-2,500 24, lg. 27 in.
$1,200-1,500
1019. 1028.
Brass-mounted Mahogany Sea Officer’s Desk and a U.S. Navy Small Round Nantucket Sewing Basket, made by William Dayton
Civil War Era Pulley, late 19th century, hinged fall-front sea officer’s Appleton (1857-1918), Nantucket, late 19th/early 20th century, the
desk with interior compartments with two short and two long basket with carved heart-form handles, bears a partial maker’s label
drawers; an iron and wood double-sheave block pulley with iron on the turned base, ht. to top of handles 3 1/2, dia. 6 1/4 in.
hook, “USN” marking on one side of the block, (wear), desk ht. 18, $400-600
wd. 24 1/4, dp. 10 1/2, pulley ht. 13, wd. 5 in.

Provenance: Reportedly from Portsmouth Navy yard surplus. 1029.


$300-500 Three Contemporary Nantucket Baskets, America, late 20th
century, deep round baskets with swing handles with turned ivory
handle pegs, the largest and smallest signed “Ben Girard” on bases,
1020. ht. to top of rims 3, 4 1/4, 6 1/2 in.
Brass Mounted Mahogany Captain’s Lap Desk, America, mid to $200-250
late 19th century, rectangular case with side drawer containing
several compartments, the interior with writing surface, two ink
bottles, a sander, and pen holder, (minor wear), ht. 8, wd. 21, dp. 10 1030.
1/2 in. Nantucket Basket Purse, Joanne Guertin, 2001, oblong basket
purse with maple lid centered with an engraved ivory plaque
Provenance: Reportedly descended in the Folger family of decorated with seashells in sepia, the cover slides up and down on a
Nantucket. woven leather handle, carved ivory sea scallop accents, the maker’s
$400-600 name and branded mark on base, ht. 6 3/4, wd. 5 1/8, lg. 9 1/4 in.
$300-500

1021.
Sterling Silver and Ivory Page Turner with Magnifying Glass and 1031.
a Bodkin, 19th/early 20th century, the silver mount on the magnifying Nantucket Basket Purse, America, c. 1970, oval covered basket
glass with “C&C” maker’s marks, Exeter, England, and date mark for with a carved ivory whale figure centered on the top, the swing
1912; together with a turned bone bodkin, lg. 11 5/8, 4 3/8 in. handle secured with ivory pegs, ht. to top of basket 6 1/2 in.
$300-500 $200-250

1022. 1032.
Brass Diaphragm Marina Fog Horn, ht. 22 1/4 in. Three Small Contemporary Nantucket Baskets, by Maggie Silva,
$200-400 Raynham, Massachusetts, late 20th century, two deep round baskets
with swing handles, one with a small ivory heart at the bottom center,
the other with a small floral painted disk; and a shallow round basket
1023. with a small ivory heart at the center, all with “MPS” brand on base,
Pair of Brass Ship’s Port and Starboard Lanterns, manufactured ht. to tops of rims 2 7/8, 2 7/8, 2 3/4 in.
by PERKO, Brooklyn, New York, early 20th century, the lanterns with $150-250
red and blue Fresnel lenses, heavy brass carrying handles, brass
manufacturer’s plate, electrified, ht. excluding handles 17 in.
$600-800 1033.
Two Small Woven Cane Nantucket Baskets, America, 20th
century, a round basket with swing handles fastened with ivory
1024. knobs, indistinctly signed and dated “Elizabeth ———— December
Large Brass and Mahogany Ship’s Binnacle, late 19th century, 1994”; and an oval basket with carved hardwood swing handle, ht. to
with brass side light with small tin, brass, and porcelain lamp, gimbal top of rims 3 7/8, 2 1/8 in.
suspension compass, mahogany base, ht. 21 1/4, dia. 18 in. $300-500
$600-800

1034.
1025. Federal-style Tiger Maple One-drawer Stand, Donald A. Dunlap,
Leather-covered Copper Binnacle with Copper Sidelight, late Antrim, New Hampshire, 1991, square molded top on square
19th/early 20th century, with hardwood swing handle, electrified light, tapering legs, ht. 27 3/4, wd. 18, dp. 18 in.
ht. to top of upright handle 13 1/2 in.
$200-400 Note: Signed and accompanied by its original bill of sale.
$400-600

1026.
Brass and Steel Flare or Signal Gun, International Flare Signal Co., 1035.
Tippecanoe City, Ohio, c. 1945, made for the Eastern Steam Ship Federal-style Cherry One-drawer Stand, Donald Dunlap, late 20th
Lines, “EASTERN S.S. LINES” marked on both sides of the frame, century, on square tapering legs, ht. 28, wd. 17 3/4, dp. 17 3/4 in.
maker’s marks on both sides of the grip, serial number 2911. $250-350
$150-250

1036.
1027. Federal Cherry One-drawer Stand, New England, early 19th
Large Round Swing-handled Nantucket Basket, America, late century, the top with serpentine sides and square corners, on square
19th/early 20th century, (some losses around rim lashing), ht. to top tapering legs, refinished, ht. 27, wd. 18 3/4, dp. 17 3/4 in.
of upright handle 14 1/4, to top of rim 5 1/2, dia. 12 3/4 in. $250-350
$600-800
1037

1037. 1040.
Federal Mahogany Inlaid Tambour Desk, New England, c. 1800, Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest of Four Drawers, possibly Vermont,
the tambour doors open to a total of four drawers and six valanced early 19th century, the string-inlaid case of four drawers inlaid with
compartments, brasses appear to be original, refinished, quarter fans, on shaped apron joining vase- and ring-turned legs,
(imperfections), ht. 49 1/4, wd. 39 3/4, dp. 20 1/4 in. replaced brasses, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 38, wd. 40, dp. 18
$1,500-2,000 in.
$600-800

1038.
Federal Cherry and Mahogany Tilt-top Tea Table, possibly 1041.
Pennsylvania, late 18th century, with circular dished top on birdcage Federal Cherry One-drawer Work Table, possibly Vermont, c.
support, vase- and ring-turned post, and tripod cabriole leg base, 1820, the square top with ovolo corners, on quarter-engaged ring-
refinished, (imperfections), ht. 28 1/4, dia. 21 in. turned swelled legs flanking a cockbeaded drawers, old replaced
$400-600 brass, refinished, ht. 28, dp. 20 1/2 in.
$300-500

1039.
Federal Carved Cherry and Bird’s-eye Maple Inlaid Chest of Four 1042.
Drawers, New England, c. 1820, replaced brasses, refinished, (minor Federal Mahogany, Tiger Maple, and Cherry One-drawer Work
imperfections), ht. 39 1/2, wd. 39, dp. 21 in. Table, New England, c. 1820, on vase- and ring-turned swelled legs,
$1,000-1,500 (minor imperfections), ht. 28 3/4, wd. 19, dp. 15 in.
$150-250
1039

1043. 1047.
Federal Cherry Tray-top Candlestand, New England, c. 1790, the Cherry Tilt-top Tea Table, New England, late 18th century, the
square beaded top on vase- and ring-turned support and tripod circular top on a vase- and ring-turned support and tripod cabriole
cabriole leg base, old surface, (minor imperfections), ht. 28, wd. 18, leg base ending in pad feet on platforms, refinished, (minor repairs),
dp. 18 1/2 in. ht. 26 3/4, dia. 33 in.
$400-600 $600-800

1044. 1048.
Federal Cherry Candlestand, New England, early 19th century, the Federal Inlaid Cherry Chest of Four Drawers, New England, c.
square top with ovolo corners on a vase- and ring-turned support 1800-10, cockbeaded base inlaid with stringing, on flaring French
and a tripod base of shaped legs, refinished, ht. 26, dp. 14, wd. 14 feet, old brasses, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 38 1/2, wd. 42 1/2,
in. dp. 18 1/2 in.
$200-250 $700-900

1045. 1049.
Federal Mahogany Tilt-top Candlestand, probably Massachusetts, Federal Cherry Drop-leaf Table, New England, early 19th century,
c. 1820, the rectangular cut-corner top on vase- and ring-turned the rectangular top with ovolo drop-leaves, on square tapering legs
support and tripod base of shaped legs, refinished, ht. 28 1/2, wd. joined by straight skirt and cross-stretchers, refinished, (minor
16, dp. 24 in. imperfections), ht. 27 1/2, wd. 36, dp. 18 1/2 in.
$300-500 $600-800

1046. 1050.
Cherry, Maple, Pine, and Bird’s-eye Maple Veneer Work Table, Mahogany and Oak Inlaid Cupboard, possibly Pennsylvania, early
possibly Vermont, c. 1825, overhanging rectangular top above two 19th century, the geometric-inlaid door opens to two shelves, above
drawers and ring-turned legs, refinished, ht. 28, top wd. 28 3/4, top three short drawers, (minor imperfections), ht. 35, wd. 28 1/2, dp. 10
dp. 16 in. 1/2 in.
$300-500 $800-1,200
1062

1051. 1054.
Sheraton Carved and Inlaid Mahogany Dressing Table, England, Hepplewhite Carved Mahogany Shield-back Side Chair, England,
c. 1820, the rectangular top above a case of three drawers on vase- early 19th century, the splat carved with Prince of Wales feathers and
and ring-turned reeded legs, refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 30 floral devices, (imperfections), ht. 37 3/4, seat ht. 18 in.
1/2, wd. 33, dp. 17 in. $300-500
$700-900

1055.
1052. Federal Cherry Candlestand, New England, c. 1810-15, with
Carved and Ivory-Inlaid Teak Work Table, Anglo-Indian, first half elongated octagonal top, vase- and ring-turned support, and tripod
19th century, the lid opens to a hinged writing surface and a carved base of shaped legs, ht. 26, wd. 16 1/2, dp. 12 1/4 in.
compartmented interior, (imperfections), ht. 31 1/4, wd. 23, dp. 14 $300-500
1/2 in.
$800-1,200
1056.
Federal Mahogany Tilt-top Candlestand, New England, c. 1815-
1053. 20, the oval top on a vase- and ring-turned support and tripod base
Hepplewhite Mahogany Card Table, England, c. 1810, the folding of tapering legs, old surface, ht. 28 3/4, wd. 15, dp. 23 in.
top on square tapering and chamfered legs joined by beaded straight $300-500
apron, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 28, wd. 31 3/4, dp. 15 3/4 in.
$600-800
1065

1057. 1060.
Federal Birch and Bird’s-eye Maple Inlaid One-drawer Stand, Federal Glazed and Eglomise Cherry Desk/Bookcase, New
New England, early 19th century, the rectangular top with mitered England, c. 1800, replaced brasses, refinished, (imperfections), ht. 67
bird’s-eye maple and string-inlaid border above a straight skirt with 1/2, wd. 40, dp. 19 in.
similarly oval-inlaid drawer, old brass pull, refinished, ht. 28 3/4, wd. $1,000-1,500
22, dp. 17 3/4 in.
$300-500
1061.
Tiger Maple and Walnut Tilt-top Table, America, c. 1875, the oval
1058. top tips on a rectangular platform and four vase- and ring-turned
Birch Harvest Table, probably New England, early 19th century, the supports joined by cross-stretchers continuing to shaped chamfered
rectangular top with rounded drop leaves on straight apron joining legs, ht. 29 1/2, wd. 34, dp. 28 1/2 in.
turned legs, refinished, (restored), ht. 29 3/4, lg. 81 1/2, dp. open 41 $400-600
1/2 in.
$1,500-2,500
1062.
Tiger Maple Tall Chest of Drawers, Donald Dunlap, Antrim, New
1059. Hampshire, 1986, ht. 55 1/2, cornice wd. 40 3/4, cornice dp. 20 1/4,
Federal Mahogany and Cherry Tilt-top Candlestand, possibly New case wd. 36, case dp. 18 in.
York, c. 1820, shaped top on a vase- and ring-turned support and
tripod base of shaped legs, old refinish, ht. 28, wd. 22, dp. 17 1/2 in. Note: Includes original bill of sale and cabinetmaker’s drawings.
$250-350 $3,000-5,000
1066

1063. 1068.
Turned Figured Maple Slat-back Side Chair, Donald Dunlap, Molded Copper and Zinc Prancing Horse Weather Vane, America,
Antrim, New Hampshire, late 20th century, with turned pommels and late 19th/early 20th century, small full-body sheet copper figure with
four shaped slats, ht. 38 1/2, seat ht. 17 1/2 in. cast zinc head, dark brown patina with remnants of gilt and yellow
$100-150 sizing, mounted on a copper arrow, including stand, (dents, bullet
hole, seam separations), overall ht. 19 3/8, lg. 28 in.
$1,200-1,800
1064.
Queen Anne-style Walnut Mirror, Donald Dunlap, Antrim, New
Hampshire, late 20th century, scrolled cresting and pendant, with a 1069.
beaded rectangular liner, ht. 22, wd. 12 in. Gilt Copper Quill Weather Vane, America, late 19th century, with
copper sphere finial, including stand, overall ht. 16, lg. 36 1/2 in.
Note: Signed in ink on the backboard. $800-1,200
$100-150

1070.
1065. Molded Sheet Copper Gamecock Weather Vane, America, late
Queen Anne-style Carved Tiger Maple Scroll-top High Chest of
19th century, full-body figure with embossed sheet copper tail,
Drawers, New England, ht. 75, wd. 36, dp. 18 in.
supported on a copper rod, original weathered verdigris surface, no
$3,000-5,000
stand, (losses on tail and vertical support, dents, seam separation),
ht. 18, lg. 16 3/4 in.
1066. $1,200-1,800
Molded Copper and Cast Iron “Dexter” Running Horse Weather
Vane, America, late 19th century, molded sheet copper full-body
figure with cast iron head, supported on a copper rod, original 1071.
weathered verdigris surface with remnants of gilding and yellow Molded Gilt Copper and Zinc Running Horse Weather Vane,
sizing, no stand, (several bullet holes, seam separations), ht. 14, lg. America, late 19th/early 20th century, flattened molded sheet copper
34 in. figure with zinc head, supported on a copper rod, no stand, (dents,
$1,500-2,500 soldered bullet hole), ht. 18, lg. 29 in.
$2,000-3,000

1067.
Molded Copper and Cast Iron Running Horse Weather Vane, 1072.
America, late 19th century, molded sheet copper full-body figure with Silver-painted Molded Copper Cow Weather Vane, America, late
cast iron head, supported on a copper rod, original weathered 19th/early 20th century, flattened body mounted on a copper rod,
verdigris surface, the rod retains an old Willis Henry Auction tag, no silver painted surface with traces of verdigris, no stand, (bullet holes,
stand, (four bullet holes, seam separations), ht. 18, lg. 29 1/2 in. losses on rod), ht. 17 1/4, lg. 29 1/2 in.
$2,000-3,000 $1,500-2,500
1067

1070

1071
1073

1074

1073. 1075.
Molded Sheet Copper Running Horse Weather Vane, America, Molded Copper Grasshopper Weather Vane, attributed to L.W.
late 19th century, flattened full-body figure with zinc ears, supported Cushing & Sons, Waltham, Massachusetts, late 19th century, molded
on a copper rod, original weathered verdigris surface, no stand, full-body sheet copper figure with copper antennae and legs, with
(minor dents, seam separations on legs), ht. 18, lg. 33 1/2 in. cast copper directionals, original weathered verdigris surface, no
$2,000-3,000 stand, (lacking a portion of the hind legs, solder repairs), overall ht.
22, lg. 35 in.

1074. Literature: A similar grasshopper weather vane is illustrated in the


Molded Gilt Copper and Zinc “Goldsmith Maid” Horse Weather 1883 Catalogue of Weather Vanes Manufactured by L.W. Cushing &
Vane, America, late 19th/early 20th century, flattened molded sheet Sons, p. 17.
copper figure, supported on a copper rod, original weathered $6,000-8,000
verdigris surface, no stand, (dents, minor seam separations, bullet
holes), ht. 19, lg. 30 1/2 in.
$1,200-1,800 1076.
Copper and Cast Zinc Horse and Jockey Weather Vane, America,
late 19th century, molded sheet copper full-body horse and jockey
figures with cast zinc horse and jockey heads, with copper reins,
saddle and bill on jockey’s hat, mounted on a copper rod, the horse
with weathered gilding the jockey with weathered red and green
paint, including stand, overall ht. 18 7/8, lg. 33 in.
$3,000-5,000
1075

1076

1077. 1078.
Gilt Copper Running Horse Weather Vane, America, late 19th/early Molded Sheet Copper Banneret Weather Vane, probably J.W.
20th century, flattened molded sheet copper figure, mounted on a Fiske, New York, late 19th century, pierced scrolled form, no stand,
copper rod, including stand, (re-gilded), overall ht. 26 1/2, lg. 40 1/2 (dents, seam separations), ht. 25, wd. 4 3/4, lg. 37 in.
in.
$1,500-2,500 Literature: The banneret design offered here is similar to one
illustrated in the 1893 J.W. Fiske Illustrated Catalog and Price List of
Copper Weather Vanes, model 489, p. 109.
$1,000-2,000
1078

1079

1079. 1081.
Molded Sheet Copper and Zinc Rooster Weather Vane, America, Painted Wood “Spirit of St. Louis” Airplane Weather Vane,
early 20th century, full-body copper figure with embossed sheet America, early to mid-20th century, composed of carved and shaped
copper tail and zinc legs, supported on a copper rod with small wood segments and metal brackets, weathered green and white
copper sphere, gilded surface, no stand, (gilt wear, dent), ht. 25 3/4, paint, (losses on propeller and tail), ht. 8 1/2, wd. 21, lg. 25 3/4 in.
lg. 24 1/2 in. $400-600
$1,500-2,500

1082.
1080. Molded Copper Running Horse Weather Vane, America, late
Molded Sheet Copper Eagle Weather Vane, America, early 20th 19th/early 20th century, flattened molded sheet copper figure with
century, full-body spreadwing figure mounted on a sphere and arrow, zinc ears, supported on a copper rod, original weathered verdigris
dark brown patina with verdigris, including stand, (dents), overall ht. surface with remnants of earlier gilding and yellow sizing, no stand,
19, wd. 24, lg. 22 in. (minor dents), ht. 16 1/2, lg. 31 1/4 in.
$400-600 $1,500-2,500
1082

1083

1083. 1085.
Molded Copper and Cast Iron “Ethan Allen” Running Horse Molded Copper and Cast Iron “Ethan Allen” Running Horse
Weather Vane, America, late 19th century, cast iron head on a Weather Vane, America, late 19th century, cast iron head on a
flattened molded sheet copper body, mounted on a copper rod, flattened molded sheet copper body, verdigris surface, including
original weathered verdigris surface, no stand, (bullet holes, seam wooden stand, (lacking one foreleg, dents, seam separations), overall
separations, minor losses), ht. 17, lg. 30 in. ht. 17, lg. 28 in.
$1,000-1,500 $1,000-1,500

1084. 1086.
Painted Wood and Sheet Iron Log Cabin Weather Vane, America, White-painted Wood and Zinc Angel Gabriel Weather Vane,
early to mid-20th century, composed of dowels nailed to a wooden America, early 19th century, the trumpet applied with fragments of
base, carved wooden stonework chimney, green asphalt shingles, sheet zinc, weathered surface, including wooden stand, (losses to
and shaped sheet iron chimney “smoke” which rotates as the wind head, trumpet), overall ht. 18 1/4, lg. 23 3/4 in.
blows, (weathered paint), overall ht. 17, wd. 14 1/4, lg. 22 in. $500-700
$400-600
1087

1087. 1091.
Molded Gilt Copper and Zinc Running Horse Weather Vane, Turned Burl Bowl, probably New England, early 19th century,
America, late 19th/early 20th century, flattened molded sheet copper (cracks, small knothole), ht. 2, dia. 9 3/8 in.
figure with zinc head, supported on a copper rod, original weathered $600-800
verdigris surface with traces of earlier gilding, no stand, (loss on one
ear, minor dents, seam separations on neck and legs), ht. 18, lg. 31
1/2 in. 1092.
$1,500-2,500 Large Round Turned Burl Bowl, America, early 19th century, ht. 7
1/2, dia. 23 in.
$3,000-5,000
1088.
Painted Wooden Checkerboard, America, 19th century, square
black and white painted game board with applied molding, the 1093.
reverse with incised mill game, (paint wear), 17 3/4 x 18 in. Painted-decorated Box with Gilt Eagle Motif, America, early to
$400-600 mid-19th century, grain-painted rectangular box with hinged lid, the
top centered with a gilt figure of a spreadwing eagle, and thirteen gilt
stars, the interior with two side compartments and drawers, (minor
1088A. paint wear), ht. 5, wd. 12, dp. 8 1/2 in.
Paint-decorated Game Board, America, late 19th century, ornately $200-250
painted double-sided square board with applied molding, one side a
checkerboard inlaid with geometric-shaped mother-of-pearl
segments, the other side a backgammon game, the center painted 1094.
with a view of Niagara Falls, (scattered paint loss), 15 1/2 x 15 3/4 in. Red-painted Slide-lid Pine Box, probably New England, late
$800-1,200 18th/early 19th century, rectangular dovetail-constructed box, with
molded top edge and chamfered lid and bottom, (minor gouges,
small loss on lid edge, minor paint wear), ht. 6 1/4, wd. 12 5/8, lg. 18
1089. 1/2 in.
Green and White Painted Game Board, America, late 19th century, $300-500
rectangular wood panel with applied molding, (paint and molding
losses), 26 1/2 x 18 1/4 in.
$200-300 1095.
Red-painted Slide-lid Pine Candle Box, America, early 19th
century, containing eighteen tallow candles, (loss on edge of lid), ht. 3
1090. 3/4, wd. 4 1/4, lg. 13 in.
Polychrome Painted Wooden Game Board, America, late $200-400
19th/early 20th century, double-sided pine panel with breadboard
ends, one side painted with a yellow and black checkerboard, the
reverse with Parcheesi, (shrinkage cracks), 20 1/8 x 17 3/4 in. 1096.
$200-250 Black-painted Turned Wooden Bowl, America, 19th century,
(shrinkage cracks), ht. 4 1/2, dia. 16 in.
$200-300
Lots 1088-1108

1097. 1101.
Large Red-painted Turned Ash Bowl, America, 19th century, ht. 7 Large Green-painted Pine Covered Firkin, America, 19th century,
3/8, dia. 21 1/4 in. stave and lapped wooden hoop construction with swing handle,
$300-500 original dark green paint, ht. 14 1/4 in.
$250-350

1098.
Yellow- and Green-painted Pine Carrier, America, 19th century, 1102.
rectangular dovetail-constructed box with green-painted center Blue-painted Oval Covered Box with Stenciled Star on Lid,
handle flanked by hinged lids, the interior with two compartments, a America, mid to late 19th century, stave and hoop constructed pine
poem inscribed faintly on the lid and dated 1834, the interior lid box, original blue paint, the cover centered with a black stenciled
inscribed “Sarah Experience Bascomb b. March 31, 1825/d. Oct. 16, eight-point star and with lapped seam maple band, the bottom
1888,” ht. 6 1/2, wd. 10 in. impressed “S. FOSKETT,” (cover with shrinkage crack), ht. 11, dia. 16
$300-500 1/2 in.
$200-250

1099.
1103.
Small White-painted Pine Firkin, America, late 19th century, stave
Red-painted Woven Splint Basket, America, 19th century, deep
and hoop construction with swing handle, ht. to top of lid 6 7/8 in.
round basket with carved swing handle, ht. to top of rim 10 1/2 in.
$100-150
$1,200-1,800

1100. 1104.
Gray-painted Pine Firkin, America, late 19th century, stave and Large Blue-painted Lapped Seam Oval Box, America, 19th
hoop construction with swing handle, (cracks on lid), ht. to top of lid century, with ash sides and pine top and bottom, original blue paint,
11 3/4 in. (crack on cover rim), ht. 9 1/2, dia. 25 3/4 in.
$150-250 $300-500
1105. 1115.
Red-painted Pine Sawbuck Harvest Table, New England, early Seven Assorted Early Household Implements, America, 18th and
19th century, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 28 1/4, lg. 94, dp. 31 early 19th century, a small tin and wire toaster with turned wooden
1/2 in. handle, a carved horn spoon, a wooden-handled steel chopper, a
$1,200-1,800 hand-hewn shovel with integral handle, a wrought iron and brass
long-handled ladle, an Indian-made hearth broom with integral
shaved broomsticks, and a small wrought iron grill with penny feet, lg.
1106. 7 1/2-52 1/4 in.
Scratch-built Vermont Central Railroad Steam Locomotive and $300-500
Tender, Vermont Central Railroad, America, c. 1850, painted wood,
sheet metal, and found objects, the locomotive with applied brass
letters “LION,” the tender with “V.C.R.R.,” painted black with dark red 1116.
trim, ht. 11 1/4, 6 3/4, lg. 24, 11 in. Three Wooden Items, America, 19th century, a turned sander with
$1,000-1,500 green striping and scallop punch decoration, a small hand-carved
ladle with integral handle, a small red-stained oval lapped-seam
covered box with “B.F.H.” monogram on the cover, sander ht. 3, dia.
1107.
3, 6, 4 in., respectively.
Wool and Cotton Geometric Hooked Rug, America, early 20th
$300-500
century, 54 1/2 x 27 1/2 in.
$300-500
1117.
1108. Small Carved and Turned Wood Niddy-Noddy, America, 19th
Paint-decorated Bamboo-turned Windsor Settee, possibly century, with carved initials on each end of the shafts, lg. 9 1/4 in.
Connecticut, c. 1810, painted reddish brown with yellow sunbursts, $200-250
(imperfections), ht. 34 1/2, lg. 72, seat ht. 18 1/2 in.

Provenance: Home of Ebenezer Bowles, Litchfield, Connecticut. 1118.


$1,500-2,000 Oak Level Pierced with Hearts, America, 19th century, the level with
four cutouts of hearts and an oval, the metal corner hardware
impressed “WS,” vestiges of red paint, wd. 4, lg. 47 3/4 in.
1109. $300-500
Painted Mahogany Game Board, America, late 19th/early 20th
century, square panel with black squares outlined in red, bordered
with green geometric shapes outlined in red, (paint loss), 14 3/4 x 14 1119.
7/8 in. Red-painted Pine Tall Wall Box, America, early 19th century, with
$500-700 pierced lollipop backboard and chip-carved decoration on the box
edges, ht. 47, wd. 7 3/4, dp. 5 1/4 in.
$1,500-2,500
1110.
Two Turned and Painted Putty-decorated Covered Wooden Jars,
America, early 19th century, (crack on larger jar), ht. 3 7/8, 7 7/8 in. 1120.
$800-1,200 Painted Pine Wall Box with Carved Star, Pennsylvania, early 19th
century, the tall back topped with a carved five-point star, ht. 38 1/4,
wd. 7, dp. 4 1/2 in.
1111. $6,000-8,000
Turned Burl Sugar Bowl, early 19th century, baluster-form sugar
bowl, (rim and base chips, lacking cover), ht. 4 7/8 in.
$250-350 1121.
White-painted Pine Tall Wall Box, America, early 19th century, with
hinged door, ht. 48, wd. 5, dp. 4 1/4 in.
1112. $600-800
Hand-carved Burl Scoop, America, late 18th/early 19th century, the
scoop with pierced integral handle, (minor age cracks), lg. 6 3/4 in.
$300-500
1122.
Red-painted Keg and Piggin, America, 19th century, stave and iron
hoop construction, the keg with inset lid pierced with a hole, iron wire
1113.
handle; the piggin with one protruding pierced stave used for a
Two Treen Trenchers, America, 18th/early 19th century, dia. 7 1/4, 7
handle, ht. 7 3/4, 11 3/4 in.
5/8 in.
$200-250 $200-250

1114. 1123.
Carved Tiger Maple Scoop, America, late 18th/early 19th century, Tiger Maple Cutlery Box, America, early 19th century, canted
the scoop with carved integral handle, wd. 5 5/8, lg. 9 1/4 in. rectangular box, the center divider topped with a turned maple
$100-150 handle, ht. 5 1/2, wd. 10 1/4, lg. 14 3/4 in.
$300-500
1124.
Tiger Maple Sewing Box, America, early 19th century, rectangular
box with hinged lid, the interior cover fitted with a mirror, the interior
with a mahogany lift-out tray, with two covered compartments, four
small open compartments, and pincushion, supported on contrasting
dark wooden ball feet, (lid slightly warped), ht. 5, wd. 11, dp. 7 3/4 in.
$600-800

1125.
Pine Pipe Wall Box with Drawer, America, late 18th/early 19th
century, with pierced shaped backboard, molded drawer edges, (loss
on base edge), ht. 20, wd. 5 1/2, dp. 4 1/8 in.
$600-800

1126.
Blue-painted Pine Wall Box, probably New England, early 19th
century, ht. 20 3/4, wd. 6 3/4, dp. 4 1/4 in.
$300-500

1127.
Paneled and Carved Walnut Puzzle Box, Boston, 19th century, the
box top with applied diamond-shaped reserve ornamented with
cruciform shapes and arrows, the sides with applied raised
chamfered panels and rippled molding, the blue-painted pine interior
with three lift-out compartments, the lid of one is inscribed “Miss
Emma C. Jenness./Old Hancock House/South Side of Faneuil Hall
Boston Mass. No.1 Corn Court./In care of John Jenness,” (losses to
applied decoration), ht. 13 1/2, wd. 19 3/4, dp. 12 in.

Literature: The 1870 Illuminated and Illustrated Business Directory of


Boston lists “Hancock [House] J. Jenness 1 Corn ct.” on p. 76.
$400-600

1128.
Frisian Carved Oak and Brass Footwarmer, late 18th/early 19th
century, the footwarmer with intricate carved designs on top, bottom,
and sides, with brass bail handle and latch, (old losses on edges, age
cracks), ht. 7 3/4, wd. 9, dp. 8 3/8 in. 1119 1120 1121
$400-600

1132.
1129. Red-stained Pine Hanging Clock Shelf, America, early 19th
Chip-carved “Maria” Tramp Art Jewelry Box, America, early 20th century, ht. 27 3/4, wd. 18 3/4, dp. 7 in.
century, rectangular box with shaped base, applied brass lion’s head $300-350
and shaped mounts, the cover with pierced banner reading “MARIA”
and with a panel of a lady reclining and reading a book, the hinged lid
with interior mirror, and interior with two lift-out compartments over 1133.
two others, (segment losses on feet), ht. 9 1/2, wd. 18 1/2, dp. 10 Carved Butternut Wall Shelf, upstate New York, late 18th/early 19th
1/2 in. century, the crest with two carved and incised hearts over three
$800-1,200 shelves, two with sawtooth edges, the sides ornamented with incised
compass rosettes, (minor losses), ht. 17 5/8, wd. 8 1/2, dp. 4 1/2 in.
$200-300
1130.
Rustic Black-painted Sewing Box, America, late 19th century,
rectangular box with hinged lid, the top and sides with applied root 1134.
and twig segments arranged in a geometric pattern with root- Freehand Painted Indian-made Basket and a Green-painted Rum
segment feet, the interior with two compartments, ht. 6 7/8, wd. 14 Keg, America, 19th century, round over square woven splint basket
3/8, dp. 11 in. made by a member of a New England Woodland tribe, with carved
$600-800 upright handle, the sides decorated with a red and black undulating
vine design; and a barrel-form rum keg or swiggler with incised bands
around the sides, (minor breaks and losses on basket), ht. 8, 4 1/4 in.
1131. $300-500
Small Leather-covered Dome-top Trunk, late 18th/early 19th
century, the trunk with leather hinges, brass swing handle and lock,
bordered with scallop-edged leather strips applied with ornamental 1135.
brass tacks, the center of the lid with “C” monogram, the interior lined Two Blue-painted Wooden Buckets, America, 19th century, stave
with oilspot patterned wallpaper, (minor edge wear), ht. 4 1/2, wd. 9, and lapped hoop construction, with swing handles, (wear), ht. 9 1/2,
dp. 5 in. 12 in.
$250-350
$300-500
1136.
Green-painted Round Covered Woven Splint Basket, America,
19th century, the basket with carved upright handle on which the lid
slides up, slightly domed base with interior twilled spiral, the bottom
with a lashed foot, ht. to top of handle 9 1/2, ht. to top of lid 5 1/4,
dia. 11 1/2 in.
$600-800

1137.
Woven Splint Ribbed Basket Containing Three Pincushions,
America, late 19th/early 20th century, the pincushions made of wool,
silk and velvet, and rayon, basket ht. 7 1/2 in.
$200-300

1138.
Two Woven Splint Baskets, America, late 19th century, one round
over square with two carved handles, with vestiges of white paint, the
other a D-shaped basket with two loops on the flat side and a handle
on the other, (losses), ht. 8 3/4, 13 5/8, dia. 21, 18 in.
$300-500

1139.
Small Engraved Worcester Artillery Powder Horn, c. 1791, with
faceted throat, engraved all around and heightened with red,
1139 depicting a crown over a panoply of war implements flanked by
American flags above the inscriptions “Worcester Artillery” and
“CHARLES CREAD 1791,” a Redcoat soldier standing beside a
cannon, a tree, and a house, below “GR,” carved wooden stopper
and domed wooden butt plug fastened with wooden pegs, approx.
lg. 9 in.
$2,000-4,000

1140.
Engraved Powder Horn, c. 1779, with pewter tipped faceted spout
with sawtooth edges on the raised rings extending smooth to the
decoration, inscribed “ZACHARIAS FLEGLER HIS HORN 1779,”
engraved all around with several animal figures including a hare, fox,
dogs, deer, birds, trees, fish, a sailing vessel, two busts of men, a
small figure with bow and arrow, the monogram “MRS,” and two
United Kingdom Coat of Arms figures: a lion wearing a crown and a
chained unicorn, the butt fitted with a pine plug attached with
wooden pegs, approx. lg. 11 in.
$5,000-7,000

1141.
Engraved Horn Cup, America, 1806, the cup engraved all around
with tasseled swags, leafy vine, sun, moon, and stars, heart, snake,
fish, and a large urn with the initials “BB” and date “1806,” the base
inscribed with the monogram “N.S.M.” ht. 4 in.
$600-800

1142.
American School, 19th Century

Hotel de Comfort: Camp Near New Iberia 116th N.Y.V. 1863 W.


La. Unsigned, the scene described in ink inscriptions l.r. Watercolor
and gouache on paper, depicting black and white Union soldiers of
the 116th New York Volunteer Regiment Infantry Camp at New Iberia,
Louisiana, stationed there from November 17, 1863, to January 8,
1864, 9 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. (sight), in a molded mahogany frame with gilt
1140 liner. Condition: Laid down onto cardboard, toning, stains, minor
foxing.
$600-800
1142

1143. 1147.
Framed Micro-calligraphy Presentation Picture, “Executed by War of 1812 Officer’s Eagle Pommel Sword and Another Short
David Davidson,” Boston, 1861, colored ink on embossed paper, Sword, c. 1805-10, first with brass eagle head pommel, ribbed bone
“Respectfully Dedicated to J.A. Dix Editor of the Boston Journal,” grip, curved blade having blued and gilt motifs of scrolled foliage and
depicting a design incorporating the “Address to the Troops at Fort the Liberty cap, leather scabbard, (corrosion and wear to blade, edge
Warren, By Rev. G.H. Hepworth, and a Touching Tribute to Col. chips), overall lg. 33 1/2; and a short sword with ribbed leather and
Ellsworth by W.R. Alger,” which was copied from the Boston Journal, brass grip and pommel, slightly curved steel blade, leather scabbard,
May 6 and 27, 1861, (toning), 8 1/4 x 7 1/4 in., (sight), in a period lg. 18 3/4 in.
gilt-gesso frame. $1,400-1,800

Note: Sold for the benefit of the Framingham History Center,


Framingham, Massachusetts.
$700-900

1144.
American/Continental School, 19th Century

Portrait of a Soldier. Unsigned. Ink on laid paper, 9 1/2 x 7 3/8 in.,


in a later molded giltwood frame. Condition: Toning, foxing, stain l.r.
$400-600

1145.
American School, 19th Century

Portrait of George Washington. Unsigned. Oil on wood panel


fragment, 35 1/2 x approx. 16 in., unframed. Condition: Portion of
panel missing, paint losses.
$700-900

1146.
E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, lithographers (Connecticut, 19th Century)

Silhouette of Andrew Jackson, after Wm. H. Brown, 1844.


Identified in inscriptions. Lithograph on paper, 16 1/2 x 12 in., in a
later molded wood frame.
$200-250

1147
1152.
Commemorative Bicentennial Porcelain Punch Bowl, Royal
Copenhagen, Denmark, c. 1976, number 2298 of 2500, painted with
battle scenes of the American Revolution, a silhouette bust of George
Washington, and the Great Seal of the United States over a laurel
wreath with “1776,” gilt rim border, ht. 6, dia. 13 1/4 in.
$300-500

1153.
Blue Transfer-decorated Anti-Slavery Ironstone Pitcher and a
Small Pitcher, England, c. 1837, the round pitcher is inscribed on
one side with the words of the First Amendment of the United States
Constitution, the other side depicting the figure of Justice pardoning a
kneeling slave, and a printing press representing the free press and
free speech portion of the amendment, ht. 8; together with a small
ironstone pitcher with scenic blue transfer decoration, ht. 5 1/8 in.

Note: These anti-slavery decorated pottery items were reportedly


made for the English Anti-slavery Society to be sold in America, the
proceeds were used to further the U.S. abolition movement.
$300-500

1154.
Carved and Engraved Abolitionist Glass Seal, probably second
1150 quarter 19th century, rectangular colorless glass seal portraying a
kneeling female figure bound in chains with the legend “Am I Not a
Woman and a Sister,” probably created in response to the growing
1148. awareness of women’s contributions to the abolitionist cause, and a
Cabinet Card Depicting a Female Sharpshooter, Possibly Annie companion to the similar and well-known “Am I not a Man” figure, ht.
Oakley, late 19th/early 20th century, the photo showing a woman 1/2, dia. 1/2 in.
holding a rifle, aiming at a cigar held in the mouth of a man, the $100-200
reverse with inscriptions reading “From Smith’s Art Studio...Zanesville,
Ohio...,” 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 in.
$400-600 1155.
Paint-decorated Anti-War Tin Tray with Eagle, America, 19th
century, oval tray with pierced handles, centered with a hand-painted
1149. and gilt eagle grasping olive branches over a banner inscribed
14kt Engraved Civil War Memorial Brooch, America, late 19th “BRING MY BOYS BACK HOME,” on a black ground with red striped
century, the brooch engraved with patriotic iconography with a borders, (paint losses, puncture), 21 x 26 in.
cherub holding a banner inscribed “UNION” over figures of Liberty $400-600
and Justice, an American eagle, shield and flags, with scrolled foliate
borders, the reverse with engraved monogram, 1 1/2 x 2 1/2 in.
$3,000-3,500 1156.
Attributed to Vivian Milner Akers (Maine, 1886-1966)

1150. Portrait of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Earl Warren


Porcelain Pitcher Decorated with an American Eagle and Shield, (1891–1974). Unsigned, the subject identified in the gilt carved
Charles Cartlidge and Company, Greenpoint (Brooklyn), New York, wooden lettering in the frame surrounding the portrait “THE HON.
mid-19th century, the pitcher decorated with relief molding depicting EARL WARREN/GOV. OF CALIFORNIA/CHIEF JUSTICE UNITED
an American eagle supporting the spout above a broad shield STATES SUPREME COURT.” Oil on panel, 7 1/4 x 7 1/4, overall 26 x
inscribed with the name “CRANE” in red, white, blue, and gilt, and an 31 1/2 in., housed in a freestanding frame with two hinged doors
anchor, the sides further decorated with gilt highlighted oak leaves carved with the seal of the Supreme Court of the United States, and
and acorns, (minor hairline on side), ht. 10 in. the California state seal, mounted on a paneled surface with scroll-
carved valance draped with blue curtains. Condition: Scratch c.r.
Literature: A similar pitcher is illustrated and discussed in American $400-600
Porcelain 1770-1920, by Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, The
Metropolitan Museum of Arts, publisher, pp. 108-09.
$800-1,200 1157.
Lithographed Tin Horse-drawn Milk Wagon, Morton E. Converse
Co., Winchendon, Massachusetts, early 20th century, the wagon
1151. reads ‘‘MILK’’ on the sides, drawn by two horses, (paint wear), ht. 8
American School, 19th Century 1/4, wd. 5 1/2, lg. 17 3/4 in.
$250-350
American Eagle Symbol of Justice. Unsigned. Oil on canvas,
depicting a blindfolded American bald eagle perched on a rock with
an American shield suspending golden scales from its bill, 16 x 19 1158.
3/4 in., in a carved and molded wood frame. Condition: Patch repair Miniature Painted Cast Iron Gas-fired Field Cannon, America,
c.r. 20th century, with rear powder box, (lacking igniter plug), ht. 9 3/8, lg.
$300-500 22 1/4 in.
$300-500
1158 1162

1157 1159 1160 1161 1163

1159. 1165.
Brass and Wood Model of the Sprague Mowing Machine, Linen Fire Bag, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, inscribed “J. Akerman
Sprague Mowing Machine Co., Providence, Rhode Island, c. 1872, Jun’r 1761,” and “No 2/U.F.S.,” wd. 26, lg. 44 1/2 in.
hinged bar design which uses a cast iron cover to protect the gears, $500-700
with embossed brass manufacturer’s label, (break on seat spring), ht.
5, wd. 14 1/2 in.
$300-500 1166.
Painted Leather Fire Bucket “Dernier Resort Fire Society/1761”
Newburyport, Massachusetts, c.1761, the fire bucket with a yellow
1160. and black bowknot suspending an oval reserve inscribed “Dernier
Oak and Brass “Frigidaire” Ice Box Model, America, early 19th Resort Fire Society/1761/W. Gilman” over crossed branches on a
century, with etched brass “Frigidaire” plate and brass hinges, ht. 6 taupe ground, red-painted leather handle and collar, (handle broken),
7/8 in. ht. 13 1/2 in.
$200-300
Note: The Dernier Resort Fire Society consisted of 30 members as
early as 1760. Each member was required to keep two leather
1161. buckets and a knapsack containing two canvas bags ready for use at
Red-painted Steel and Wood Hand Truck Model, “THE
all times.
AMERICAN PULLEY CO. PHILA, PA,” late 19th century, impressed
$300-500
“EXACT MODEL AMERICAN TRUCK” on supports, (paint retouch),
ht. 3 3/4, lg. 12 7/8 in.
$200-300
1167.
Painted Leather Detroit Fire Department Bucket, Detroit, c. 1830,
1162. the fire bucket painted red with “COLBURN No. 1” in black lettering
Bronze Signal Cannon on a Mahogany Naval-style Carriage, 19th above the year “1830” in a reserve bordered with gilt and black
century, the tapered bronze tube bearing three small impressed leaves, over “D.F.Dept.,” black-painted leather handle and collar, ht.
anchor motifs and inscribed “UNION,” mounted on a mahogany to top of collar, (paint losses, craquelure, retouch), ht. 11 1/4 in.
naval-style carriage with bronze fittings on a single pair of wooden $1,000-1,500
wheels, overall ht. 9 1/4, wd. 8 3/4, lg. 14 1/2 in.
$400-600
1168.
New South Wales Fire Brigade Brass Firefighter’s Helmet, New
1163. South Wales, Australia, late 19th century, Roman-style helmet with
Wrought Iron Plow Model, America, 19th century, (surface embossed dragons on cockade and “NSWFB” embossed over center
corrosion), ht. 4, lg. 15 1/4 in. front, brass chain and leather strap, with leather lining, (minor dents).
$200-250 $300-500

1164.
Cast Iron Signal Cannon, late 19th/early 20th century, ht. 5 3/4, lg.
18 1/2 in.
$1,000-1,500
1165

1166 1167

1169. 1171A.
Three Cast Iron Fire Marks, America, 19th century, one for the Fire Brass Umbrella and Oak Fire Call Box Tapper, possibly Boston,
Association of Philadelphia, oval convex with “FA” flanking a fire early 20th century, Morse code signal tapper could send telegraph
hydrant with hose gushing water, 10 7/8 x 6 3/4; an oval “Green messages from a call box back to the fire station, ht. 7, wd. 5 1/4, lg.
Tree” hollow fire mark for the Mutual Insurance Company for Insuring 9 1/2 in.
Houses from Loss by Fire, Philadelphia, (rusty surface), ht. 11 1/4; $300-500
and a black-painted rectangular mark with the initials “F.P.,” 7 x 11 in.
$300-500
1172.
Nathaniel Currier, publisher (American, 1813-1888)
1170.
Two Pressed Sheet Copper Fire Marks and a Lignum Vitae AMERICAN FARM SCENES No. 4., 1853 (Conningham, 136).
Turned Covered Jar, one fire mark inscribed “LIVERPOOL & Identified in inscriptions in the matrix. Large folio lithograph with
LONDON & GLOBE,” dated 1836, the other inscribed “ROYAL,” with hand-coloring on paper, sheet size 18 3/8 x 24 1/2 in., in a
an embossed crown, the covered jar with bands of incised lines on contemporary burl veneer frame. Condition: Margins 3/8 in. or more,
the body, ht. 10 3/4, 12, 7 3/4 in., respectively. repaired tears into image u.c., u.r., and l.r., work applied to
$150-250 conservation paper, light toning.

Provenance: Reportedly bought at Goodspeed’s Book Shop,


1171. Boston.
Three Cast Iron Fire Marks, America, 19th century, an oval “Green
Tree” fire mark for Mutual Assurance Company, Philadelphia, c. 1810, Note: This lithograph ranks no. 13 in the original “Best 50,” and no. 8
with hollow back, (later paint), dia. 12 1/2; a later mark of the in the “New Best 50,” large folio.
Philadelphia Contributionship, with four clasped hands and embossed $3,000-5,000
“No. 906,” hollow back painted black, 11 x 7 1/2; and one with two
clasped hands and “1974,” hollow back, painted black with gilt,
(repainted), 9 3/4 x 10 1/4 in.
$400-600
1172

1173. 1176.
Currier and Ives, publishers (American, 1857-1907) Haskell and Allen, publishers (American, 19th Century)

Life in the Woods. “Returning to Camp.” 1860 (Conningham, FAST TROTTING AT MYSTIC PARK MEDFORD MASS. Lucy and
3513). Identified in inscriptions in the matrix. Large folio lithograph Goldsmith Maid., 1876. Identified in inscriptions in the matrix.
with hand-coloring on paper, sheet size 21 3/4 x 29 3/8 in., in a Lithograph with hand-coloring on paper, sight size 21 5/8 x 25 1/2
period molded giltwood frame. Condition: Margins 3/4 in. or more, in., in a later molded wood frame. Condition: Toning, light staining in
very good condition. margins, minor foxing, not examined out of frame.
$250-350
Note: The backing paper retains a paper label from The Old Print
Shop, New York.
$1,000-1,500 1177.
E.C. Biddle, publisher (Philadelphia, Early 19th Century)

1174. Lot of Two Works: Rant-Che-Wai-Me, Female Flying Pigeon, and


Currier & Ives, publishers (American, 1857-1907) Chippeway Squaw & Child, 1837. Identified in inscriptions in the
matrix. Hand-colored lithographs on paper, sheet sizes 16 x 13 3/4,
THE CATSKILL MOUNTAINS, FROM THE EASTERN SHORE OF 16 3/8 x 13 in., respectively, housed in a contemporary wood frames.
THE HUDSON., 1860 (Conningham, 0860). Identified in inscriptions Condition: Rant-Che-Wai-Me with minor toning, edge losses, loss to
in the matrix. Large folio lithograph with hand-coloring on paper, l.r. corner; Chippeway with margins trimmed with loss of some
sheet size 18 1/4 x 23 1/8 in., in a period grain-painted wood frame. inscriptions, a few minor small edge tears.
Condition: Margins 1 1/2 in. or more, cleaned.
$1,200-1,800 Note: Rant-Che-Wai-Me, Female Flying Pigeon, is from a three-
volume folio series sponsored by Thomas McKenney and James Hall,
entitled History of the Indian Tribes of North America. Lehman &
1175. Duvall were the lithographers after paintings by Charles Bird King,
Nathaniel Currier, publisher (American, 1813-1888) who was employed by the War Department to paint the Indian
delegates visiting President Monroe in Washington, D.C., in 1824.
Lot of Two Works: Ruins of the Merchant’s Exchange N.Y., and Flying Pigeon or Rant-Che-Wai-Me accompanied her husband, Iowa
Broadway New York. South From the Park., 1835 and undated chief Mahaska. Chippeway Squaw & Child is a lithograph by Lehman
(Conningham, 5253, 699). Identified in inscriptions in the matrix. & Duval after Charles Bird King and based on a painting by James
Small folio lithographs with hand-coloring on paper, sheet sizes 10 Otto Lewis of the Fond du Lac council of 1826.
3/8 x 12 1/2, 10 7/8 x 17 3/4 in., respectively, unframed. Condition: $300-500
Ruins laid down onto cardboard, toning, margins 1/4 in. or more,
margins scuffed from mat previously applied to margins, edge losses;
Broadway with upper margin trimmed to image, toning, l.r. corner
area stained.
$700-900
1182.
J.H. Bufford, lithographer, P.R. Stewart & Co., publisher

VIEW OF THE PUBLIC GARDEN & BOSTON COMMON FROM


ARLINGTON ST., 1866. Chromolithograph on paper, 18 1/2 x 29
1/8 in. (sight), in a contemporary molded giltwood frame. Condition:
Surface abraded at c.l., c.r., and l.c. margins, 1 1/2 in. tear in l.c.
margin, moisture stains lower margin, not examined out of frame.
$300-500

1183.
Two Framed Works on Paper:

Making a Sailor an Odd Fellow!!! and A New England Home. The


first published by T. Tegg, London, by Isaac Cruikshank after George
Montard Woodward, c. 1806, engraving with hand-coloring, sight size
9 1/2 x 13 1/2 in.; the second Currier & Ives, publishers (American,
1857-1907), A New England Home.,1861 (Conningham, 4417),
identified in inscriptions in the matrix, small folio lithograph with hand-
coloring on paper, sight size 9 3/8 x 13 in., both in later tiger
mahogany frames. Condition: Sailor with losses u.c. and u.r. toning,
tear l.c.; Home with minor toning and light margin stains, not
examined out of frames.
$100-150

1185
1184.
Framed Curious Sketches and Inscriptions in Ink, America, 19th
century, ink on paper, the inscriptions reading: “Reply to a Christmas
1178. Present of a Watch,” the “Lord’s Prayer,” and “Presented to Dr
After John J. Barralett, Engraved by Benjamin Tanner Joseph Draper by Major W. King,” four ink sketches including one of
(Philadelphia/New York, 1775-1848) a chicken, a tree, a figure with four grotesque faces on the corners,
and mountains, inscribed “Mountains of Rip Van Winkle and the road
America Guided By Wisdom: An Allegorical representation of the into the cave,” (toning, creases), 9 x 11 3/4 in., in a period molded
United States, denoting their Independence and prosperity. giltwood frame.
Identified in inscriptions, c. 1800. Engraving with hand-coloring, 18 x $300-500
23 7/8 in., in a later giltwood frame with eglomise mat. Condition:
Laid down onto card, light stains around the edges.
$400-600 1185.
Framed “WOOD WOOD!” Broadside, Unionville, New York, 1858,
ink on paper, announcing the sale at auction of a stand of standing
1179. wood and timber, (minor toning and creases), 11 1/2 x 9 1/2 in., in a
Framed A Plan of the Action at Bunker’s Hill, on the 17th of June later mitered wood frame.
1775..., “By Lieut. Page of the Engineers,” England, c. 1775, $200-250
“Engraved for Frothingham’s History,” engraving with hand-coloring,
(margins trimmed, small loss u.r. corner, minor toning, creases, not
examined out of frame), 18 1/2 x 16 1/2 in., in a later molded wood
1186.
frame with gilt liner.
“INDIANA TRABUCOS” Lithographed Tobacco Tin with Indian
$400-600
Figures, America, late 19th century, the rectangular box with hinged
lid, the cover and sides with lithograph busts of Indians and scenes of
1180. Indian life, (minor wear), ht. 4, wd. 9 1/2, dp. 4 5/8 in.
Joseph Yeager, publisher (Philadelphia, Early 19th Century) $100-150

Battle of New Orleans and Death of Major General Packenham


on the 8th of January 1815. Drawn by William West, engraved by 1187.
Joseph Yeager, c. 1816, identified in inscriptions. Engraving with Five Tartanware Articles, late 19th/early 20th century, a glove
hand-coloring, first state, sheet size 16 x 19 7/8 in., in a later molded stretcher in the McDuff tartan, lg. 5 3/4; two letter openers, one in
wood frame. Condition: Four small margin tears, mat stain. McLean and one in McPherson, lg. 8 1/2, 8 3/4; an egg-shaped
$400-600 spool holder with printed “Northport, ME” label, lg. 2 7/8; and a
pocket knife, lg. 4 in.
$200-250
1181.
Framed Boston and Providence Railway Plan, by James Hayward,
William Annin & George Smith, engravers, Boston, January 1828, 1188.
“Plan of a Survey for the proposed Boston and Providence Rail-Way,” Two Tartanware Sewing Articles, late 19th/erly 20th century, a
in three sections, (creases, light toning, minor foxing), sight size 7 1/2 needle case with ivory finial in the McLean tartan, a spool holder in
x 42 in., in a later molded wood frame. Prince Charlie with ivory ring, ht. 2 7/8, 1 7/8 in.
$200-300 $200-250
1198 1199 1200

1189. 1194.
Thirteen Tartanware Napkin Rings, late 19th/early 20th century, one Two Small Covered Tartanware Jars, late 19th/early 20th century,
each in the Albert, McBeth, Prince Charlie, and McLean tartans, nine one in the Caledonia tartan mounted with a photo of a leafy bouquet
others, (imperfections), dia. 1 3/4-2 1/8 in. on the cover, and one in Prince Charlie, ht. 3 1/4 in.
$200-250 $300-500

1190. 1195.
Four Tartanware Articles, late 19th/early 20th century, two in the Three Small Round Tartanware Covered Boxes, late 19th/early
Stewart tartan: a book-form needle case mounted with a photo of a 20th century, one in the Caledonia tartan containing a compass, one
statue of a boy, 2 x 1 1/2, and a rectangular trinket box, 2 3/8 x 3 in Stewart lined in dark blue velvet, and one in McGregor, dia. 2 3/8,
7/8; and two in Prince Charlie: a small round stamp box mounted 2 3/4, 2 3/4 in., respectively.
with a simulated stamp, dia. 1 3/4, and a round pincushion, dia. 1 $300-500
3/8 in.
$200-250
1196.
Three Polychrome-painted Wooden Manufacturing Implements,
1191. Rice, Barton & Fales Machine and Iron Co., Worcester,
Six Tartanware Items and a Small Treen Souvenir Box, a bank Massachusetts, 19th/20th century, dia. 9 3/4-16 1/2 in.
with a print titled “Scott Monument, Edinburgh,” ht. 2 1/2; a cribbage $300-350
board, 2 1/2 x 2; a needle case ht. 2 1/8; a pair of cuff links, dia. 5/8;
and a needle holder, lg. 1 3/8; together with a small cylindrical treen
box with a print of a scene titled “Poland Spring, Maine,” ht. 1 5/8 in. 1197.
$300-500 Pair of Wooden Hand Mannequins or Glove Stretchers, 19th
century, with dovetail construction, supported on turned wooden
stands, (one with minor shrinkage crack), overall ht. 12 in.
1192. $300-500
Twenty-two Tartanware Napkin Rings, late 19th/early 20th century,
comprising four napkin rings in Prince Charlie, five in Stewart, two in
Cameron, single rings in McDuff, Albert, Rob Roy, Neal, Chisolm, 1198.
Fraser, McPherson, and Gordon; and three others. Pair of Colorless Free-blown Glass Whale Oil Lamps, c. 1825,
$300-500 with spherical font over hollow baluster shaft and round domed base,
applied ear-form handle with scrolled terminal, ht. 9 1/2 in.
$700-900
1193.
Tartanware Sewing Spool Box, late 19th century, round covered
box in the Sinclair pattern, holds six spools of thread and a thimble, 1199.
the cover with a photograph titled “Lake in Geyser park,” the interior Fixed Onion Globe Lantern with Pierced Tin Frame, America, mid-
of the cover with a printed label for Clark’s O.N.T. Spool Cotton, ht. 2 19th century, with ring handle, with glass font with tin whale oil
1/4, dia. 4 in. burner, overall ht. 16 1/2 in.
$150-200 $300-500
1205.
Pair of Brass Three-arm Wall Sconces, probably America, late 18th
century, the shaped wall mount with engraved animal head and paw
feet, ht. 9, wd. 11 1/2, dp. 9 1/4 in.
$300-500

1206.
Near Pair of Brass Whale Oil Lamps with Acorn-form Fonts,
America, early 19th century, on inverted beehive and ring-turned
shafts on round bases, (lacking burners, shaft repair on one), ht. 7
7/8, 8 in.
$150-250

1207.
Two Pairs of Brass Push-up Candlesticks, probably England, a c.
1780 pair with square bases, and a c. 1850 pair with baluster-turned
shaft and cut-corner square bases, ht. 6 1/8, 4 7/8 in., respectively.
$400-600

1208.
Pair of Tin Candle Sconces, America, early 19th century, with oval
molded segmented tinned sheet metal panels, ht. 16 1/2 in.
$700-900

1209.
Pair of Early Brass Candlesticks, probably Spain, late 17th century,
with elongated candle cups and baluster shafts on square footed
bases, ht. 7 3/4 in.
1203 $800-1,200

1210.
1200. Brass Ash Bin Model, 19th century, with hinged lid, with interior
Rushlight, America, late 18th/early 19th century, wrought iron removable tin bin, ht. 4 3/8 in.
scissor-form counter-balanced rush holder supported on a turned $200-250
wooden base, (base with shrinkage cracks), ht. 9 7/8 in.
$400-600
1211.
Mixed-metal Mug with Heart Terminal on Handle, late 18th
1201. century, the mug with tin body, copper handle, and brass base,
Fixed Overlay Glass and Pierced Tin Lantern, America, mid-19th vestiges of red paint, (minor dents), ht. 5 1/2 in.
century, with tin ring handle, the elongated globe of translucent rose $150-200
pink glass overlaid with colorless glass, overall ht. 18 1/4 in.
$400-600
1212.
Wrought Iron Hanging Skewer Holder with Twelve Roasting
1202. Skewers, America, late 18th/early 19th century, wd. 3 3/4, lg. 11 1/4
Black-painted Turned Wood and Wrought Iron Rushlight Holder, in.
late 18th/early 19th century, ht. 8 3/4 in. $100-150
$200-250
1213.
1203. Wrought Iron Pipe Tongs, late 18th/early 19th century, lg. 10 3/4 in.
$150-250
Six-light Brass Chandelier, Dutch, 18th century, brass hanging ring
above baluster shaft with large ball drop supporting a tier of six
spurred scrolled arms with columnar-form candle cups over drip
1214.
pans, brass ring terminal, accompanied by a wrought iron hook,
Brass Goffering Iron with Heater, possibly England, 18th century,
(minor wear), ht. 24 in. the device used to iron ruffles, ribbons, flounces, and frills, iron heater
$2,000-3,000 with wooden handle is inserted into brass iron on stand, overall ht. 8
1/2, lg. 15 1/2 in.
$250-350
1204.
Two Brass Candlesticks, a c. 1770 English columnar candlestick on
a square base, (repair on base), and a 16th century Dutch candlestick 1215.
with flaring cup with wax extraction hole, three rings on the column, Brass, Copper, and Wrought Iron Chestnut Roaster, probably
round dished base, ht. 11 1/2, 9 1/4 in., respectively. America, early 19th century, brass hinged lid with eight-point
$300-500 punchwork star on copper pan, wrought iron handle, lg. 27 3/4 in.
$200-400
1216. 1225.
Five Brass or Copper and Wrought Iron Culinary Tools, America, Grain-painted Pine Chest over Two Drawers, New England, early
19th century, four tools with maker’s marks on handles “F.B.S. 19th century, the molded lift-top on demilune cutout ends, painted
CANTON PAT JAN 26 86,” including two skimmers, a toasting fork, red-brown to resemble mahogany, old surface, (paint wear), ht. 37
and a spatula; together with a wrought iron and copper skimmer, lg. 1/2, wd. 36, dp. 17 3/4 in.
14 1/4-21 1/4 in. $600-800
$200-300

1226.
1217. Federal Cherry Painted Table, New England, c. 1800, the green-
Five Brass or Copper and Wrought Iron Ladles, America, 19th painted rectangular overhanging top on red-painted base of square
century, three with maker’s marks on handles “F.B.S. CANTON PAT tapering legs joining a straight apron, old surface, (imperfections), ht.
JAN 26 86,” lg. 13 1/4-24 1/2 in. 26 1/2, wd. 32 1/2, dp. 24 1/4 in.
$200-300 $800-1,200

1218.
1227.
Small Copper and Brass Kettle, England or America, early 19th
Federal Birch Red-stained Card Table, New England, c. 1800, the
century, with black-painted turned hardwood handle, the shoulder
folding top with ovolo corners above a thumb-molded apron with
inscribed “Happy New Year,” (minor dents), ht. 8 1/2 in.
drawer joining beaded square tapering legs, original brass pulls, ht.
$400-600
28 3/4, wd. 35 3/4, dp. 16 in.
$600-800
1219.
Wrought Iron and Tin Oven Spit, America or France, early 19th
century, tin oven with hinged door, ornamented with a raised shield 1228.
and three fleur-de-lis motifs; wrought iron spit with handle for turning, Pine Adjustable One-drawer Architect’s Table, probably New
pierced with slots for skewer insertion, ht. 9 3/8, wd. 15 1/4, dp. 6 in. England, early 19th century, the top hinged at front and back to allow
$300-500 for adjustment of the height and angle of the working surface, black-
painted surface with late 19th century découpage, (imperfections), ht.
31, wd. 35 1/2, dp. 21 in.
1220. $2,500-3,500
Federal Grain-painted Slant-lid Desk, America, early 19th century,
the case in old mustard grain paint, the interior painted red, and the
drawers and prospect door inscribed with their intended uses: 1229.
“mortgage notes,” “old deeds,” etc., replaced wooden pulls, Queen Anne Pine Blanket Chest over Two Drawers, New England,
(imperfections), ht. 42, wd. 44, dp. 21 in. first half 18th century, the molded lift top above a case of two thumb-
$1,500-2,500 molded false short drawers and long drawer, and two working
drawers, all on bracket feet, replaced brasses, remnants of old blue
paint, (restoration), ht. 42 1/2, wd. 39, dp. 18 1/2 in.
1221. $600-800
Brown Grain-painted Hanging Cupboard, New England, early 19th
century, the paneled door opens to a salmon-painted three-shelf
interior, old brass hardware, ht. 28, wd. 29 3/4, dp. 8 in. 1230.
$600-800 Poplar Corner Cupboard, possibly Pennsylvania, late 18th century,
the upper doors open to three shelves, the lower to two shelves, old
refinish, (imperfections), ht. 85, wd. 44, dp. 27, dp. along wall 31 1/2
1222. in.
Brown-painted Settle Bed, New England, 19th century, the hinged $800-1,200
box seat opens to a bed, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 35, lg. 72,
dp. 20 in.
1231.
Literature: This settle is pictured on pp. 130-131 of the November Blue-painted Dovetail-constructed Pine Six-Board Chest, New
2004 issue of Country Living magazine, in an article titled “American
England, early 19th century, the base with applied molding and
Original.”
cutout skirt, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 22 1/2, wd. 39 1/2, dp.
$1,500-2,500
18 in.
$300-500
1223.
Black-painted Candlestand, New England, late 18th century, the
circular top on a bulbous vase- and ring-turned post and tripod base 1232.
of arris-carved cabriole legs, several coats of old paint, Windsor Sack-back Chair, possibly Connecticut, late 18th century,
(imperfections), ht. 25 1/4, dia. 15 3/4 in. refinished, (imperfections), ht. 38 3/4, seat ht. 18 in.
$600-800
Provenance: Crosby Family, Thompson, Connecticut.
$1,200-1,500
1224.
Federal Carved and Painted Corner Cupboard, possibly
Pennsylvania or New Jersey, early 19th century, the doors open to 1233.
three shelves in the top and two in the bottom, all with plate grooves, Windsor Bamboo-turned Armed Rocking Chair, possibly Zadock
old surface, (imperfections), ht. 80, wd. 42, dp. along wall 29, dp. 21 Huchens, Jr., Pomfret, Connecticut, branded “Z. Huchens” to
in. underside of seat, refinished, ht. 37 1/2, seat ht. 14 in.
$800-1,200 $400-600
1243

1244

1242
1245 (2)

1246 (3) 1247

1234. 1240.
Windsor Comb-back Continuous Armchair, probably New England, Grain-painted Joined Chest, northern Europe, early 19th century,
c. 1790, with shaped comb cresting, knuckle handholds, and vase the hinged top, front, and sides all with fielded panels, on stile feet,
and ring turnings, old refinish, ht. 47 1/2, seat ht. 17 1/2 in. old surface, ht. 23, wd. 39, dp. 18 1/2 in.
$400-600 $400-600

1235.
Putty-painted Dome-top Box, America, early 19th century, 1241.
rectangular pine box with iron handles and latch, (age cracks across Federal Red-stained Cherry Table, probably southeastern New
top and bottom, paint losses and abrasions), ht. 11 1/2, wd. 30 1/4, England, c. 1810, the rectangular top above a straight skirt with two
dp. 14 3/4 in. thumb-molded drawers on tapering legs, replaced brasses old
$300-500 surface, (imperfections), ht. 27, wd. 42, dp. 23 in.
$300-350

1236.
Miniature New England Polychrome-painted Comb-back
Windsor Rocking Chair, 19th century, with arrow-back slats and 1242.
scrolled arms, saddle seat and turned legs and stretchers, on Molded Grain-painted Wood Frame, America, 19th century, inner
rockers, ht. 8 1/2 in. aperture 14 1/4 x 10 1/8, outer measurement 18 5/8 x 14 5/8 in.
$1,000-1,500 $400-600

1237. 1243.
Two Turned Rocking Armchairs, New England, last half 18th Molded Grain-painted Wood Frame, America, 19th century, with
century, both with four arched slats and scrolled arms.
inner aperture 10 3/4 x 15 1/4, outer measurement 13 x 17 1/2 in.
$300-500
Provenance: The artists William J. and Lee Lufkin Kaula, New
England.
$300-500
1244.
Molded Grain-painted Wood Frame, America, 19th century, inner
1238. aperture 14 x 10 1/8, outer measurement 18 1/8 x 14 1/4 in.
Softwood Paneled Settle, probably England, early 19th century, the $400-600
back with three recessed panels joining shaped sides continuing to
handholds and cutout ends, old refinish, (imperfections), ht. 54, wd.
38, dp. 19 in.
$700-900 1245.
Two Grain-painted Wood Frames, America, 19th century, one inner
aperture 10 1/8 x 7 3/4, outer measurement 14 x 11; the other inner
1239. aperture 14 x 10 1/8, outer measurement 16 3/4 x 12 7/8 in.
Carved Oak Desk Box, England, early 18th century, the front panel $300-500
with molded and chip-carved facade, old refinish, (imperfections), ht.
12, wd. 23 1/2, dp. 18 in.
$250-350
1250

1246. 1251.
Three Painted Wood Frames, America, 19th century, one painted American School, 20th Century
black, inner aperture 11 x 9, outer measurement 12 3/4 x 10 3/4; one
painted red, inner aperture 9 x 7 1/8, outer measurement 10 x 8 1/8; Bridge Over the River. Indistinctly signed and dated “Joseph
one grained, inner aperture 6 1/2 x 4, outer measurement 8 3/4 x 6 Woods— 1951.” Oil on canvasboard, 17 1/4 x 21 in., in a period
1/4 in. molded wood frame. Condition: Very good.
$300-500 $300-500

1247. 1252.
Rosewood Grain-painted Wood Frame with Blocked Corners, Two Painted Wood Character Whirligigs, America, early 20th
America, 19th century, inner aperture 10 x 14, outer measurement 13 century, one depicting Mickey Mouse sawing a log, the other an
5/8 x 17 5/8 in. Indian paddling a canoe, mounted on later wood bases,
$400-600 (imperfections), overall ht. 15 1/4, 12 5/8, lg. 17 1/2, 19 1/4 in.
$250-350

1248.
Six Chip-carved Wood Tramp Art Frames, America, late 19th/early 1253.
20th century, with geometric chip-carved designs, sizes 8 1/2 x 6 Maple and Pine Red-painted Pine Tavern Table, New England, last
1/4-15 1/4 x 13 1/2 in. half 18th century, rectangular breadboard top above a single drawer
$600-800 and turned tapering legs, old surface, (imperfections), ht. 27, wd. 41,
dp. 26 in.
$300-350
1249.
Six Geometric Chip-carved Wood Tramp Art Frames, America,
late 19th/early 20th century, sizes 8 7/8 x 6 1/2-15 1/8 x 13 3/8 in. 1254.
$600-800 Brown-painted Pine Two-part Step-back Cupboard, possibly New
England, early 19th century, the flat molded cornice above hinged
doors with recessed panels, on projecting lower case with three
1250. drawers having chamfered fronts above two hinged doors, all on
American School, 20th Century cutout base, old refinish, (imperfections), ht. 86, wd. 43, dp. 16 1/2
in.
Gray Cat and Kitten on a Patterned Rug. Signed “DelanO” u.l., $1,500-2,500
indistinct pencil inscription “Done October 1929” on the reverse. Oil
on canvasboard, 9 3/4 x 13 1/4 in., in a molded and painted gesso
frame. Condition: Very good. 1255.
Peter Hunt Paint-decorated Walnut Armoire, the door panels with
Note: The artist reportedly is related to Franklin Delano Roosevelt by figural designs surrounded by fruited vines, inscribed “ovince” and
way of the Delano family. dated “Anno Domini 44,” the cornice further inscribed indistinctly in
$800-1,200 French “Une place pour —— les choses et —— dans sa place,” ht.
90, cornice wd. 77, dp. 21 1/2 in.
$2,000-4,000
1255

1256. 1259.
Peter Hunt Paint-decorated Magazine Rack, painted with flowers Dr. Charles J. Higley (Balston Spa, New York, 1894-1958)
and hearts, inscribed “ovince” and dated “Anno 46,” made from an
old school desk top, ht. 14 1/2, wd. 20, dp. 6 in. School Daze. Signed “Hig” l.r., titled below. Oil on canvas, 21 1/4 x
$300-500 30 in., in a period painted and carved wood frame. Condition: Very
good.

1257. Provenance: Family descent. According to a circa 1950 article


Peter Hunt Paint-decorated Six-board Chest, the top painted with published in the Schenectady Gazette, Dr. Charles J. Higley was the
heart and floral devices, the sides with tasseled drapery, inscribed village health officer in the town of Ballston Spa, in Saratoga County,
“ovince” and dated “Anno 46,” ht. 13, wd. 37 1/2, dp. 18 in. New York. He took up painting as a hobby in 1942, and over the
$400-600 years painted over 150 pictures. He kept a scrapbook of
photographs of each of his paintings with a poem he wrote for each
capturing the picture. He “created a set of comic characters he calls
1258. his ‘Bogus People.’” The article announces his upcoming exhibition
Peter Hunt Paint-decorated One-drawer Table, painted with a at the Presbyterian Chapel. It also mentions he exhibited at the
standing woman flanked by a horse and a building, inscribed “ovince” Sarasota, Florida, Art Association, in 1948. A photocopy of the
and dated “Anno 46,” ht. 18, wd. 26, dp. 18 in. article accompanies the lot.
$300-500 $300-500
1260. 1267.
Dr. Charles J. Higley (Balston Spa, New York, 1894-1958) Large Framed Hooked Rug with House and Trees, Grenfell
Labrador Industries, Newfoundland and Labrador, early 20th century,
Bogusville Express. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 in., in a composed of cotton, silk, and rayon strips, depicting a Labrador
period painted wood frame. Condition: Surface grime, varnish scene with a seaside church and houses, (scattered small losses), 35
inconsistency. 1/2 x 26 in., mounted in a contemporary wood frame.
$500-700
Provenance: Family descent.
$300-500
1268.
Two Framed Grenfell Hooked Mats, Grenfell Labrador Industries,
1261. Newfoundland and Labrador, early 20th century, composed of silk
Dr. Charles J. Higley (Balston Spa, New York, 1894-1958) and rayon jersey strips, one depicting the island of Newfoundland and
partial coastline of Labrador, with various motifs including the North
Old Iron Spring Pavilion on Front Street, Ballston Spa, New York. Wind blowing, scattered houses, a spouting whale, and ships, 14 3/4
Signed and dated “Higley ‘56” l.r. Oil on canvas, 36 3/4 in. x 9 ft. 4 x 12 1/2; the other round, depicting a puffin in flight, dia. 12 in., in
in., unframed. Condition: Creases, scattered paint losses. contemporary wood frames.
$500-700
Provenance: Family descent.
$300-500
1269.
Two Small Framed Grenfell Mats, Grenfell Labrador Industries,
1262. Newfoundland and Labrador, early 20th century, composed of cotton,
Dr. Charles J. Higley (Balston Spa, New York, 1894-1958) silk, sisal, and rayon strips, a round mat depicting a polar bear, dia. 8,
and one portraying a native Labrador figure in snowshoes walking in
Bogus Boys in ‘MURDER AT MIDNIGHT.’ Signed and dated the woods, 9 x 7 in., mounted in contemporary wood frames.
“Higley ‘48” l.r., titled below. Oil on canvas, 16 x 28 1/4 in., in a $400-600
period gessoed and painted wood frame. Condition: Three
abrasions with paint loss u.c. and u.l.; accompanied by a painted
cast zinc wall plaque depicting a profile portrait of “Bogus Boy,” 1270.
inscribed “Hig” l.r. Two Small Framed Grenfell Mats with Sled Dogs, Grenfell
Labrador Industries, Newfoundland and Labrador, early 20th century,
Provenance: Family descent. composed of cotton, silk, and rayon strips, one mat depicting a sled
$300-500 dog howling at the moon, 7 1/4 x 5, the other portraying a native
Labrador figure and sled dog, 10 1/2 x 8 in., mounted in
contemporary wood frames.
1263. $400-600
American School, 19th Century

Recumbent Kitten. Unsigned. Oil on wood panel with chamfered 1271.


edges, 11 1/2 x 16 1/4 in., unframed. Condition: Scattered paint Grenfell Hooked Mat with Seagulls, Grenfell Labrador Industries,
losses and craquelure. Newfoundland and Labrador, early 20th century, composed of silk,
$300-500 cotton, and rayon jersey strips, depicting three seagulls in flight, 21
1/2 x 14 in., mounted in a contemporary wood frame.
$200-250
1264.
Framed Grenfell Hooked Mat with House and Barn, Grenfell
Labrador Industries, Newfoundland and Labrador, early 20th century, 1272.
composed of silk, cotton, and rayon jersey strips, 12 x 18 in., Three Small Framed Grenfell Hooked Mats, Grenfell Labrador
mounted in a contemporary wood frame. Industries, Newfoundland and Labrador, early 20th century,
$250-350 composed of silk, cotton, and rayon jersey strips, two small mats
depicting a lighthouse and coastal vessels, 4 1/4 x 5 1/4; one hooked
in an abstract design, 9 1/2 x 7 1/4 in., mounted in contemporary
1265. wood frames.
Framed Hooked Rug with House and Trees, attributed to Grenfell $250-350
Labrador Industries, Newfoundland and Labrador, early 20th century,
composed of cotton, wool, and sisal strips, depicting a house flanked
by two trees, (loss on one corner), 21 1/2 x 36 in., mounted in a END OF SALE
contemporary wood frame.
$300-500

1266.
Grenfell Hooked Mat with Schooner, Grenfell Labrador Industries,
Newfoundland and Labrador, early 20th century, composed of silk,
cotton, and rayon jersey strips, depicting a schooner at sea, 14 x 14
in., mounted in a contemporary wood frame.
$300-500
Call for Consignments

Irving Ramsey Wiles (American, 1861-1948), A Walk Along the Harbor Shore, sold for $490,000

American & European Paintings & Prints - January 28th, 2011


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