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Auctioneer Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers 314.696.9041
Auction Date Oct 22 Auction
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Lot: 1 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Texas. Taylor, with incised spiraling decoration. 6.25"h.

Lot: 2 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN AVERY POTTERY VASE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN AVERY POTTERY VASE. Mississippian, Red River, Texas. Incised sun designs to upper portion. 8.6"h. 8.7"dia.

Lot: 3 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN AVERY POTTERY VASE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN AVERY POTTERY VASE. Mississippian, Red River, Texas. Incised geometric design to upper portion. 7.75"h. 8"dia.

Lot: 4 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN BROKEN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN BROKEN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. IN PIECES, COMPLETE. Belcher incised with circular motifs. Assembled would be 6.5"h.

Lot: 5 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL. Mississippian, Clark County Arkansas. Hempstead, with incised bands and geometric decorations. 4.1"h. 6"dia.

Lot: 6 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Texas. Taylor incised sun / star design, 'lipped' upper rim. 6.5"h.

Lot: 7 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Texas. Belcher incised geometric decoration with slightly flared upper lip. 6.5"h.

Lot: 8 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Camden Arkansas. Belcher incised decoration. 6"h.

Lot: 9 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Camden Arkansas. Belcher incised geometric decoration with slightly flared upper lip. 6.5"h.

Lot: 10 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN BLAKELY POTTERY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN BLAKELY POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Clark County Arkansas, AD 1200-1400. Typical form with incised fine line decoration. 10.75"h.

Lot: 11 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Grey ware, the pierced circular foot shows a beaded lower rim. 5.25"h.

Lot: 12 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN BLAKELY POTTERY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN BLAKELY POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Clark Count Arkansas, AD 1200-1400. Typical form with incised fine line decoration. 10"h.

Lot: 13 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Red River Texas. Taylor, Incised spiraling design. 6.8"h.

Lot: 14 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Wide flaring rim. 6.3"h.

Lot: 15 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Hempstead with incised decoration to upper body, the tapering neck with horizontal incised upper lip. 7.9"h.

Lot: 16 - PAIR OF BEADED MOCCASINS.

PAIR OF BEADED MOCCASINS. North American, Native American, 19th- 20th century. Child's size with harder soles. 6"l.

Lot: 17 - NAVAJO AREA RUG.

NAVAJO AREA RUG. Native American, mid-20th century. Typical Native American geometric designs in shades of beige, red, brown and ivory. 52"w. 83"l.

Lot: 18 - PAIR OF BEADED MOCCASINS.

PAIR OF BEADED MOCCASINS. North American, Native American, 20th century. Geometric designs, harder soles. 9.75"l.

Lot: 19 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Taylor, incised decoration, beaker form. 5.4"h.

Lot: 20 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Texas. Taylor, incised hook designs with 'lipped' upper rim. 7.25"h.

Lot: 21 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN FIGURAL POTTERY EFFIGY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN FIGURAL POTTERY EFFIGY BOWL. Mississippian, Campbell Missouri. Rabbit head with tail opposite. 5.25"h. 9.2" dia.

Lot: 22 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Texas. Harleton appliqued decoration. 8"h.

Lot: 23 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Texas. Pease jar in a bag-like form, exterior applied (Harleton-like) rib decoration. 6.25"h.

Lot: 24 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY VASE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY VASE. Mississippian, Clark County Arkansas. Very thin with lightly incised bands on top, with dimples below. 4.25"h.

Lot: 25 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL. Mississippian, Missouri. Painted red, of typical form with two holes to each of the two formed ogee handles. 2.6"h. 7"dia. 7.25"w at handles.

Lot: 26 - NAVAJO SAND PAINTING

NAVAJO SAND PAINTING American, early 20th century. Figures and animal forms rendered in sand. 12.75"h. 12.75"w., framed 19.75"h. 19.75"w.

Lot: 27 - STILL LIFE WITH NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BY JOSEPH

STILL LIFE WITH NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BY JOSEPH ANTHONY (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Mixed media on canvas, signed lower right. Showing an array of pots and bowls with tribal designs. A 39.5"h. 49.5"w. framed 45.5"h. 55.25"w.

Lot: 28 - NAVAJO AREA RUG.

NAVAJO AREA RUG. Native American, mid 20th century. Typical Native American designs in shades of red, beige and brown, with few purple highlights. 40"w. 72"l.

Lot: 29 - LARGE PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

LARGE PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Clark County Arkansas, Military Road, Caddo. Incised designs and flared rim. 11.2"h. 10"dia.

Lot: 30 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY FISH EFFIGY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY FISH EFFIGY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Southest Misssouri, AD 1400-1700. A sun fish bottle, with head, tail and other fin protrusions. 6"h. 8" head to tail.

Lot: 31 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY DUCK EFFIGY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY DUCK EFFIGY BOWL. Mississippian, Missouri. Head and tail protrusions. 7.7"h. 7.75"dia.

Lot: 32 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Caddo, typical form with slightly flaring neck. 7"h.

Lot: 33 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY SEED JAR.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY SEED JAR. Mississippian, Clark County Arkansas. Large tapering cylindrical form with small opening on top. 8.75"h.

Lot: 34 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Caddo, with incised decoration. 5.6"h.

Lot: 35 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY FRIENDSHIP

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY FRIENDSHIP BOWL. Mississippian, Clark County Arkansas. Caddo, with incised decoration. 3.75"h. 8"dia.

Lot: 36 - PRIMITIVE KNIFE.

PRIMITIVE KNIFE. American, 19th/20th century, bone and steel. A hand made weapon created by and old filed steel ruler inserted into bone. 6"l.

Lot: 37 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY EFFIGY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY EFFIGY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Southeast Missouri. Seated woman, hands to her knees, pierced ears, incised detail. 7"h. 7"dia.

Lot: 38 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL. Mississippian, Arkansas. Punctate, four strap handles, allover dimple design. 5.1"h. 5.5"dia.

Lot: 39 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Texas. Neck banded, Harleton appliqued decoration. 6.75"h.

Lot: 40 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL. Mississippian, Arkansas. Hempstead, incised concentric banding to upper portion. 3.1"h. 5.5"dia.

Lot: 41 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Texas. Harleton appliqued decoration, wide flaring upper rim. 7.5"h. 7"dia.

Lot: 42 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL. Texas, Red River. Incised geometric decoration. 2.75"h. 5"dia.

Lot: 43 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN HODGES POTTERY BOWL.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN HODGES POTTERY BOWL. Mississipian, Arkansas. Incised snake-like decoration. 4"h. 7"dia.

Lot: 44 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY WATER BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY WATER BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas, Caddo. Taylor incised decoration. 9.75"h.

Lot: 45 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN QUAPAW POLYCHROME

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN QUAPAW POLYCHROME POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Lee County Arkansas. Red and white, of typical form. 10"h.

Lot: 46 - PAIR OF COCONUT HUSK SPOONS.

PAIR OF COCONUT HUSK SPOONS. East Timor, 19th century. Well used and aged.

Lot: 47 - ABORIGINAL ANCESTER TABLET.

ABORIGINAL ANCESTER TABLET. Papua New Guinea, 19th century, stone. The inscribed tablet together with catalog from SLAM.

Lot: 48 - TWO ABORIGINAL FISHING HUNTING WEAPONS.

TWO ABORIGINAL FISHING HUNTING WEAPONS. Australia, 19th- early 20th century. Concave form wooden utensil with handle and small spear.

Lot: 49 - TRIO OF COCONUT HUSK SPOONS.

TRIO OF COCONUT HUSK SPOONS. East Timor, 19th century. Well used and aged.

Lot: 50 - LARGE PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN QUAPAW POTTERY

LARGE PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN QUAPAW POTTERY BOWL. Mississippian, Lee County Arkansas. Red, plain with simple upper rim decoration. 6.1"h. 11.25"dia.

Lot: 51 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Texas. Four applied "X" form handles to the upper rim. 5.25"h.

Lot: 52 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Caddo, with incised decoration, lipped upper rim. 6.5"h.

Lot: 53 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Southeast Missouri (Campbell). Medallion protrusions just above the dimple decorated neck. 5.3"h.

Lot: 54 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Texas. Unique Harleton appliqued decoration. 5"h.

Lot: 55 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Arkansas, AD 1200-1400. Large incised Sinner Linear with short neck and flaring rim, vertical beaded decoration to four sides. 9.4"h. 6"dia.

Lot: 56 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Typical form, undecorated. 9.2"h.

Lot: 57 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY FRIENDSHIP

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY FRIENDSHIP BOWL. Mississippian, Clark County Arkansas. Incised decoration with two loop handles. 3"h. 7"w. handle to handle.

Lot: 58 - A RARE TLINGIT DAGGER.

A RARE TLINGIT DAGGER. North American, 19th century, iron and wood. The double-edged iron blade with pronounced median ridge, constructed as one piece, the grip wrapped in hide, the simple pommel representing head of a dogfish, pierced sides, simple

Lot: 59 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Missouri. Ranch incised decoration, four strap handles. 3"h. 4.25"dia.

Lot: 60 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY VASE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY VASE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Caddo, with incised decoration. 5.75"h. 4.5"dia.

Lot: 61 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL. Mississippian, Mississippi County Arkansas. Plain with simple upper rim decoration. 3.25"h. 8.5"dia.

Lot: 62 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN TRIPOD POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN TRIPOD POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Pemiscot County Missouri. Plain with three thick feet. 11"h.

Lot: 63 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL WITH FACE

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL WITH FACE MEDALLIONS. Mississippian, Mississippi County Arkansas. With three protruding face medallions at the upper rim. 5.5"h. 6"dia.

Lot: 64 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Mississippi County Arkansas. Grey ware of typical form. 7.5"h.

Lot: 64A - NATIVE AMERICAN CHEROKEE STONE PIPE.

NATIVE AMERICAN CHEROKEE STONE PIPE. American, 19th century, black calcite. The European influenced chamber shape of stone with incised decoration connecting with inserted hand carved wooden shaft. 6"l.

Lot: 65 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POLYCHROME POTTERY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POLYCHROME POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Pemiscot County. Red and white painted. 5.25"h.

Lot: 66 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY HUMAN EFFIGY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY HUMAN EFFIGY VESSEL. Mississippian, Mississippi County Arkansas. Form of a seated figure. 5.5"h.

Lot: 67 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOWL. Mississippian, Poinsett County Arkansas. Face and frog bowl with four equidistant facial protrusions around top rim. 6"h. 10"dia.

Lot: 68 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN ANASAZI POTTERY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN ANASAZI POTTERY PITCHER. Southwestern North America. Black on white design, braided handle. 7.5"h.

Lot: 69 - AN IMPORTANT TLINGIT DAGGER.

AN IMPORTANT TLINGIT DAGGER. North American, 19th century, iron and wood. Double-edged convex tapering blade with fluted midrib set into hide wrapped grip, the hand carved pommel representing the head of fierce sea creature, having thick lips, wide

Lot: 70 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN ANASAZI POTTERY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN ANASAZI POTTERY PITCHER. Southwestern North America. Black and white decoration. Repaired from pieces. 7.5"h.

Lot: 71 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY PITCHER.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY PITCHER. Gallup New Mexico. Corrugated design with loop handle. 4.1"h.

Lot: 72 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY FISH EFFIGY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY FISH EFFIGY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. A sun fish bottle, with head, tail and other fin protrusions. 7.5"h. 7.75" head to tail.

Lot: 73 - FIVE NATIVE AMERICAN STONE IMPLEMENTS.

FIVE NATIVE AMERICAN STONE IMPLEMENTS. Mississippian. Indian Axe head found in Snowball Arkansas. Facial carved pipe. Pear shaped red stone, hollowed. Detailed black slate tomahawk head, allover smooth surface, found in Minnesota. Mushroom shaped

Lot: 74 - LARGE PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR.

LARGE PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Mississippian, Clark County Arkansas, Military Road, Caddo. Incised designs and flaring rim. 11.75"h. 9.3"dia.

Lot: 75 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BIRD EFFIGY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BIRD EFFIGY BOWL. Mississippian, Arkansas. Detailed tail and head to the rim. 5.7"w. 4.1"h at head.

Lot: 76 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Caddo, with vertical engraved designs and concentric circular designs just below the neck. 7"h.

Lot: 77 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian, Arkansas. Unusual four-lobed body with straight neck flaring at top. 9.3"h.

Lot: 78 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY STRAP HANDLE

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY STRAP HANDLE BOWL. Mississippian, Arkansas. Caddo, with incised decoration and two thick strap handles. 3.3"h. 6.5"w. at handles.

Lot: 79 - NATIVE AMERICAN ARTWORK.

NATIVE AMERICAN ARTWORK. American, 19th century, painting on animal hide. Figures on horseback with weapons hunting buffalo. Approximately 36"h. 36"w.

Lot: 80 - STONE BOWL.

STONE BOWL. Grinding bowl. 7.5"h. 12"dia.

Lot: 80A - A VERY FINELY CARVED BONE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BEAR

A VERY FINELY CARVED BONE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BEAR EFFIGY DAGGER. American, 18th/19th century, bone and abalone. Likely Tlingit or Haida,the pommel from an earlier dagger in the form of bear, wonderfully carved and inset with abolone eyes and teeth,

Lot: 81 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POLYCHROME POTTERY

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POLYCHROME POTTERY BOTTLE. Mississippian. Red and white painted with three spiraling designs, 'flattened' bottom. 6.3"h.

Lot: 82 - PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY VASE.

PREHISTORIC NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY VASE. Mississippian. Globular with light line incised decoration, hole at neck. 5.75"h.

Lot: 83 - MIMBRES POTTERY BOWL.

MIMBRES POTTERY BOWL. Southwestern North America. Black on white decoration. Pieced repair from three large pieces. 2.25"h. 6.3"dia.

Lot: 84 - 1757 GEORGE II INDIAN PEACE MEDAL.

1757 GEORGE II INDIAN PEACE MEDAL. Obverse "GEORGIVS II DEI GRATIA". Reverse "LET US LOOK TO THE MOST HIGH WHO BLESSED OUR FATHERS WITH PEACE - 1757". Reverse shows a Quaker offering a peace pipe to a Native American Indian over a camp fire.

Lot: 85 - WOODLAND NATIVE AMERICAN BIRD FORM WAR CLUB.

WOODLAND NATIVE AMERICAN BIRD FORM WAR CLUB. American, 18th century, tempered ash. The bird form club head having brass tack eyes and beak acting as spontoon, tapering to knotched handle with additional round brass tacks. 26"h.

Lot: 86 - 1816 HANDWRITTEN AMERICAN LEGAL CONTRACT.

1816 HANDWRITTEN LEGAL CONTRACT. Dated February 5th, 1816 in St. Louis, a signed contract describing Edward Hempstead, Missouri's first US Congressional delegate, as the legal representative of the Sarpy brothers, and the sum they were to pay him

Lot: 87 - PACIFIC NORTHWEST INUIT ANTLER SCULPTURE.

PACIFIC NORTHWEST INUIT ANTLER SCULPTURE. American, 18th century, deer antler. The form cut, carved, and incised with primitve shelter decorative elements. 8"h.

Lot: 88 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE PIPE.

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE PIPE. Likely 17th century, stone. Conical form with hand piloted bowl and smoke causeway. 3.5"h.

Lot: 89 - PACIFIC NORTHWEST FISH FORM STONE PIPE.

PACIFIC NORTHWEST FISH FORM STONE PIPE. Possibly Tlingit or Haida, 18th century, argillite. The contoured black stone with forming surface crystallization in fish form with incising. 9"l.

Lot: 90 - NATIVE AMERICAN WHALE TOOTH CARVING.

NATIVE AMERICAN WHALE TOOTH CARVING. North American, 19th century, whale tooth. Carved in the form of puma or jaguar to root, later added gold bale to create pendant. 3.75"h.

Lot: 91 - MISSISSIPIAN POTTERY SHARDS.

MISSISSIPIAN POTTERY SHARDS. American, 18th century, ceramic. Multiple shards.

Lot: 92 - INUIT DAGGER.

INUIT DAGGER. North American, 19th century, bone and iron file. The well carved and pierced convex bone handle with inserted file blade. 7"h.

Lot: 93 - BRONZE SCULPTURE AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON.

BRONZE SCULPTURE AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON. Scalp. Depicting a Native American on horseback. Signed, and bears rectangular impression label of "Founders Authorized Edition No. 13/100". Green marble base. Height of bronze only 24.75"h.

Lot: 94 - BRONZE SCULPTURE AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON.

BRONZE SCULPTURE AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON. Rattlesnake. Depicting a cowboy on horseback, signed on the ground. 23"h. On green marble base.

Lot: 95 - WESTERN BRONZE STATUE AFTER CHARLES RUSSELL.

WESTERN BRONZE STATUE AFTER CHARLES RUSSELL. American, 20th century. Model of Bronco Twister. Signed "C.M. Russell" with steer head impression. On green marble base. 19"h.

Lot: 96 - BRONZE SCULPTURE AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON.

BRONZE SCULPTURE AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON. Cheyenne. Depicting a Native American on horseback, signed in the ground. 19.75"h. On separate green marble base.

Lot: 97 - BRONZE FIGURE GROUP.

BRONZE FIGURE GROUP. France. After Clodion. Ram and child, signed. 7.25"h.

Lot: 98 - BRONZE FOX HUNT SCULPTURE AFTER HENRI RUILLE.

BRONZE FOX HUNT SCULPTURE AFTER HENRI RUILLE. English, 20th century, bronze. Two riders galloping on horseback, painted. 25"h. 38"w. 18'd.

Lot: 99 - TWO HANDLON RAILROAD LANTERNS.

TWO HANDLON RAILROAD LANTERNS. American, 19th- early 20th century. Tail markers with four lenses, with cast iron bracket mount to backside of both. 15"h.

Lot: 100 - PAIR OF GILT MIRRORS.

PAIR OF GILT MIRRORS. Twentieth century design. Lion head form pillars. 42"h. 29"w.

Lot: 101 - PAIR OF CARVED GILT CHAIRS

PAIR OF CARVED GILT CHAIRS Twentieth century design. Double arch crest and figure eight splat above caned seat.

Lot: 102 - PAIR LOUIS XV STYLE FIVE-LIGHT WALL SCONCES.

PAIR LOUIS XV STYLE FIVE-LIGHT WALL SCONCES. France, 20th century. Scrolling arms on the foliate back plate. 17"h. 36"w.

Lot: 103 - FRENCH LAP DESK.

FRENCH LAP DESK. Nineteenth century, ebonized rosewood. Convex hinged top and flat flip down writing surface opening to internal compartments, extensive mother of pearl marquetry. 5"h. 13"l. 9.5"w.

Lot: 104 - QUEEN ANNE-STYLE SECRETARY.

QUEEN ANNE-STYLE SECRETARY. American, mid 20th century. Broken pediment over two cabinet doors over the fall front writing service above four drawers, the whole raised on bracket feet. 77"h. 29.5"w. 15"d.

Lot: 105 - LOUIS XV WARDROBE.

LOUIS XV WARDROBE. French, late 18th- early 19th century. Original case with reconstructed interior.

Lot: 106 - ENGLISH KNEEHOLE DESK.

ENGLISH KNEEHOLE DESK. Nineteenth century. Leather top, drawers down both towers. 27.5"h. 41.25"w. 22.25"d.

Lot: 107 - MAHOGANY DROP LEAF TABLE.

MAHOGANY DROP LEAF TABLE. American, ca. 1940. Duncan Phyfe style pedestal support with brass animal form feet. Single drawer. 30"h. 40"w. 22"l (+two 22" drop leaves).

Lot: 108 - MAHOGANY LAP DESK.

MAHOGANY LAP DESK. England, 19th century. Rectangular hinged box opens to a velvet lined writing surface, with compartments and pen tray. Closed 5.6"h. 14.9"w. 10"d. Open 4.25"h. 14.9"w. 20.4"d.

Lot: 109 - SNUFF BOTTLE.

SNUFF BOTTLE. China, 20th century. Peking glass, reverse painted with puppy, signed. 3"h.

Lot: 110 - RUSSIAN LACQUER SNUFF BOX.

RUSSIAN LACQUER SNUFF BOX. Early 20th century. Round lacquered wood showing a sleeping female and voyeur. 3.5"diameter.

Lot: 111 - OAK DESK TOP CALENDAR.

OAK DESK TOP CALENDAR. England, early 20th century. 6.25"h. 5"w. 2.5"d.

Lot: 112 - LOW CONSOLE CABINET.

LOW CONSOLE CABINET. English, 20th century. Oval panel wirework doors. 31"h. 29"w. 12"d.

Lot: 113 - OAK FOOTSTOOL

OAK FOOTSTOOL English, 19th century, oak. Upholstered seat inset into oak frame of cabriole legs terminating on square padded footing. 17"h. 16"w. 18"d.

Lot: 114 - PAIR OF BRASS WALL SCONCES.

PAIR OF BRASS WALL SCONCES. Twentieth century. Torch form with bell shaped glass shades. 27"h.

Lot: 115 - ALABASTER EAGLE TABLE LAMP.

ALABASTER EAGLE TABLE LAMP. American, mid 20th century, alabaster and glass. Round globe shade above classical symbol of America on round base.

Lot: 116 - PAIR CRYSTAL BOUDOIR LAMPS.

PAIR CRYSTAL BOUDOIR LAMPS. 20th century. Candlestick form with matching etched hurrican shades and long prisms, electric. 17"h.

Lot: 117 - PAIR OF SILVER PLATE CANDELABRA.

PAIR OF SILVER PLATE CANDELABRA. Twentieth century. Five lights, each with foliate and gadrooned decoration. 16"h.

Lot: 118 - PAIR OF CHINESE TABLE LAMPS.

PAIR OF CHINESE TABLE LAMPS. 20th century. Genre scenes to both sides, cobalt ground and fruit form handles. 25"h.

Lot: 119 - GILT FRAMED WALL MIRROR.

GILT FRAMED WALL MIRROR. Mid 20th century. Scrolling foliate crest with etched upper panel. 22"w. 47.5"h.

Lot: 120 - FIGURAL VANITY MIRROR.

FIGURAL VANITY MIRROR. 20th century. Art Nouveau style with flowers and figure peering into the mirror from one side. 14"h.

Lot: 121 - YELLOW LEATHER EASY CHAIR.

YELLOW LEATHER EASY CHAIR. By Leathercraft. Button upholstered.

Lot: 122 - DECORATIVE CAST IRON TABLE.

DECORATIVE CAST IRON TABLE. American, 20th century. Against the wall design, glass top.

Lot: 123 - TABLE TOP DISPLAY CASE.

TABLE TOP DISPLAY CASE. American, early 20th century. Convex glazed 'waterfall' front, three interior shelves. 18.5"h. 25"w. 11.25"d.

Lot: 124 - LUMINAIRE FLOOR FAN.

LUMINAIRE FLOOR FAN. The Cincinnati Victor Co, USA, ca. 1920. With elaborate scrolling foliate designs to the gilt metal, with louvered face, flanked by early electric lights. 57"h. 17"w.

Lot: 125 - MAITLAND-SMITH PARROT FLOOR LAMP.

MAITLAND-SMITH PARROT FLOOR LAMP. Asia, late 20th century, metal alloy. A floor lamp with conical shade over a perched parrot on a bird perch.

Lot: 126 - THREE PIECE CLOCK GARNITURE.

THREE PIECE CLOCK GARNITURE. France, 20th century. Louis XV style set, of gilt metal and white marble, decorated with bronze putti figures. Cathedral form clock and pair of seven-light candelabra (battery op). Largest 25"h.

Lot: 127 - HENREDON DINING ROOM SET.

HENREDON DINING ROOM SET. American, 20th century. Asian style. Fifteen pieces including a table, buffet, server, two tall display cabinets and ten horseshoe back chairs (two table leaves).

Lot: 128 - MAHOGANY MARBLE TOP CONSOLE.

MAHOGANY MARBLE TOP CONSOLE. American, late 19th century. Serpentine white marble top with splash back, single drawer, animal front feet. 38"h. 48"w. 23.5"d.

Lot: 129 - CARVED OAK ARMCHAIR.

CARVED OAK ARMCHAIR. American, ca. 1900. Fruit and facial carved top rail, with animal head hand rests and animal form feet. 53"h. seat 18"h. 25"w.

Lot: 130 - LOUIS XV STYLE ARMOIRE.

LOUIS XV STYLE ARMOIRE. France, late 19th century. Double mirrored doors with two drawers below. 103"h. 59"w. 24"d.

Lot: 131 - VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARBLE TOP DRESSER.

VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MARBLE TOP DRESSER. American, late 19th century. Three drawers, carved nut form pulls. 35"h. 39"w. 19"d.

Lot: 132 - CHANNEL BACK MERMAID MOTIF EASY CHAIR.

CHANNEL BACK MERMAID MOTIF EASY CHAIR. American, mid-20th century. Finely carved full figural front supports. 33"h. 37"w.

Lot: 133 - MUSIC CABINET.

MUSIC CABINET. American, ca. 1910. Inlaid mahogany cabinet, beveled mirror on top with shelf above.

Lot: 134 - "GEO. E. ALLISON" OAK DISPLAY CABINET.

"GEO. E. ALLISON" OAK DISPLAY CABINET. American, early 20th century. Curved glass to top, for umbrellas, canes or golf clubs. 51"h. 27"w. 18"d.

Lot: 135 - GEORGE WASHINGTON DESK BY KITTINGER FURNITURE

GEORGE WASHINGTON DESK BY KITTINGER FURNITURE COMPANY. American, circa 1966. 100th Anniversary Edition, 31.5" h. 72"w. 36"d., with removeable shelves, 5"h. 35.75" w.

Lot: 135A - FRANKLIN MINT CHESS SET.

FRANKLIN MINT CHESS SET. American, 20th century. Civil War subjects of pewter and brass, in a fine fitted case with inlaid playing board. 15"w.

Lot: 137 - RICHARD NIXON SIGNED LETTER.

RICHARD NIXON SIGNED LETTER. American, mid 20th century, ink on paper. Showing Senate support of James L. Cowen of Illinois. Framed.

Lot: 138 - WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE AFTER EMANUEL

WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE AFTER EMANUEL LEUTZE (GERMAN-AMERICAN, 1816 - 1868). Engraving by F. Merckel after the painting of same title, in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. 8.5"h. 11.5"w., framed

Lot: 139 - ASSORTMENT OF OVER SEVENTY HISTORICAL POLITCAL

ASSORTMENT OF OVER SEVENTY HISTORICAL POLITCAL BUTTONS AND PINS. American, 19th / 20th century. Rare political paraphanalia including Theodore Roosevelt gold backed pin by F.F. Pulver, holographic I LIKE IKE by Oleet, an oversized VOTE STRAIGHT

Lot: 140 - RARE ABRAHAM LINCOLN CAMPAIGN TOKEN COIN WITH

RARE ABRAHAM LINCOLN CAMPAIGN TOKEN COIN WITH REVERSE OF WASHINGTON. American, mid 19th century, silver alloy. Wordless token having a bust of beardless Lincoln facing left to one side and a bust of Washington facing right to reverse.

Lot: 140A - BUDWEISER POLITICAL CAMPAIGN ADVERTISEMENT.

BUDWEISER POLITICAL CAMPAIGN ADVERTISEMENT. American, mid 20th century. An elephant and a donkey kick back with a couple of cold ones.

Lot: 141 - THE VOTER'S TEXT BOOK.

THE VOTER'S TEXT BOOK. Hiatt, James M., Indianapolis, Ind., Asher, Adams & Higgins, 1868. "Comprising a Collection of the Most Important Documents and Statistics, Connected with the Political History of America, Compiled from Official Records, with

Lot: 142 - NATIONAL WAR FUND POSTER (AMERICAN, MID 20TH

NATIONAL WAR FUND POSTER (AMERICAN, MID 20TH CENTURY). Color lithograph, print maker's union label 'S. A. No. 21, Springfield: Lip. & B.A.' Man and woman shown in military uniforms with words "USO" and "Until they're home." 20.75"h. and 14"w.,

Lot: 143 - PURPLE HEART MEDAL AND DOCUMENTATION.

PURPLE HEART MEDAL AND DOCUMENTATION. American, early to mid 20th century. Group of medals including a purple heart award - provenance from WWII era documenting purple heart.

Lot: 144 - OUR ALLIES BY OSCAR EDMUND BERNINGHAUS (AMERICAN,

OUR ALLIES BY OSCAR EDMUND BERNINGHAUS (AMERICAN, 1874 - 1952). Gouache on board, inscribed with artist's name on mat and dated 1942. Lettering upper left reads "No. 6 OUR ALLIES." With nations listed above each flag held by soldiers. Tableau of

Lot: 145 - RENDERED UNTO CAESAR BY GRETCHEN HEMM (AMERICAN,

RENDERED UNTO CAESAR BY GRETCHEN HEMM (AMERICAN, MID 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas on board. Signed "Gretchen" lower right. WWII era soldier looks to a turned away female figure. Typewriter notations to back. 10"h. 8"w., framed 14"h. 12"w.

Lot: 146 - WWII ERA BOMBER JACKET.

WWII ERA BOMBER JACKET. Japan, mid 20th century, fur and cotton. Lined collar and zip up canvas jacket with identification information inked on zipper guard. Japan airforce assigned.

Lot: 147 - BRONZE BY EVGENI ALEXANDROVICH (EUGENE) LANCERAY

BRONZE BY EVGENI ALEXANDROVICH (EUGENE) LANCERAY (RUSSIAN - FRENCH, 1848 - 1886). A bearded man labors a barrel, signed "E. NAHCEPE" to base and foundry mark H. Wtahre, mounted on marble base. 4.75"h.

Lot: 147A - REVOLUTION ERA KNIFE.

REVOLUTION ERA KNIFE. American, 18th century, hand honed metal. Sharp short blade with rounded edge handle, all handmade. 6.5"l. With associated Federal style box.

Lot: 148 - CAMPSIE GLEN (BRITISH SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH

CAMPSIE GLEN (BRITISH SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas. Scenic forest landscape of Scottish countryside showing view of craggy stream. 18.5"h. 23"w., framed 22"h. 27"w.

Lot: 149 - BRONZE PLAQUE BY DON WIEGAND (AMERICAN).

BRONZE PLAQUE BY DON WIEGAND (AMERICAN). Depicting Mark Twain with pen and paper, mounted on a burl walnut back board. Full board size 20.4"h. 25"w.

Lot: 150 - PORTRAIT OF MARK TWAIN (AMERICAN, EARLY-MID 20TH

PORTRAIT OF MARK TWAIN (AMERICAN, EARLY-MID 20TH CENTURY). Charcoal on paper. Signed "E. John" lower right. Three-quarters bust view of the famous American writer. 18"h. 14"w., framed 19"h. 15"w.

Lot: 151 - LANDSCAPE BY ALBERT HOCHBAUM (CANADIAN,

LANDSCAPE BY ALBERT HOCHBAUM (CANADIAN, 1911-1988). Oil on "Renaissance panel." Signed and dated "H. Albert Hochbaum, 1963" lower right. Stormy panoramic view depicting a parched terrain awaiting rain. 9"h. 12"w., framed 14"h. 17"w.

Lot: 152 - PAIR OF PAINTINGS (CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 20TH

PAIR OF PAINTINGS (CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY). Landscapes with castles, unsigned. Framed size 25"w. 21.5"h.

Lot: 153 - GENRE LANDSCAPE (CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, LATE

GENRE LANDSCAPE (CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). European, late 19th- early 20th century. Vast landscape with woman and child in front of a cottage, distant lake and mountains. Framed size 31.5"w. 24"h.

Lot: 154 - PAST1``ORAL SCENE (CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, LATE

PASTORAL SCENE (CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Cows watering in a landscape. Framed size 23"h. 17.5"w.

Lot: 155 - COLLECTION OF UNIDENTIFIED TIN TYPES.

COLLECTION OF UNIDENTIFIED TIN TYPES. American, mid 19th century. Ten various images of unidentified people and families, some in gutta percha cases and one purportedly of Abraham Lincoln, along with later St. Louis 1904 portrait in micro mosaic

Lot: 156 - SNOWY CHATEAUX BY JOHN J. REDMOND (SWISS-AMERICAN,

SNOWY CHATEAUX BY JOHN J. REDMOND (SWISS-AMERICAN, 1856-1929). Oil on canvas on board. Signed "J. J. Redmond" lower right. Serene landscape with view of gated grand home set amongst exposed winter trees. 9"h. 11.25"w., framed 14.5"h. 17"w.

Lot: 157 - THE LETTER-WRITER OF SEVILLE AFTER JOHN PHILLIP

THE LETTER-WRITER OF SEVILLE AFTER JOHN PHILLIP (ENGLISH, 1817-1867). Oil on canvas. Signed "Philip" lower right and dated indistinctly. Original composition by John Phillip, exhibited at Royal Academy in 1854, International Exhibition Paris 1857

Lot: 158 - LOBSTERMAN BY HARRY RUSSELL BALLINGER (AMERICAN,

LOBSTERMAN BY HARRY RUSSELL BALLINGER (AMERICAN, 1892-1993). Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. A man seen working along a shoreline with mountains in the distance. 19.25"h. 29.5"w., in a gilt plaster frame, 29.25"h. 39.25"w.

Lot: 159 - STORMY SEA BY CHARLES RICHARDSON (BRITISH,

STORMY SEA BY CHARLES RICHARDSON (BRITISH, 1829-1908). Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left "1875." Lone figure clinging to the mast of a sinking vessel in a roiling ocean scene. Unframed stretcher size, 12"h. 18"w., painted image size,

Lot: 160 - THE BURRO STATION BY REYNOLD H. WEIDENAAR

THE BURRO STATION BY REYNOLD H. WEIDENAAR (AMERICAN, 1915-1985). Etching. Signed lower right. View of distant mountains and clifftop with cathedral architecture showing travel lodge below. 17.5"h. 13.25"w., framed 26"h. 21.25"w.

Lot: 161 - LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXHIBITION WORLDS FAIR LIGHT

LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXHIBITION WORLDS FAIR LIGHT BULB. American, early 20th century, glass. Edison form in red glass from the Worlds Fair, 5.75"h.

Lot: 162 - ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO WORLDS FAIR BOOKS.

ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO WORLDS FAIR BOOKS. American, early 20th century, ephemera. An illustrative guide to the Louisiana Purchase Exhibition 1904, along with Chicago fair, 1933.

Lot: 163 - EARLY STEREOSCOPE VIEWER WITH 1904 WORLDS FAIR

EARLY STEREOSCOPE VIEWER WITH 1904 WORLDS FAIR IMAGES IN ORIGINAL BOX. American, early 20th century, wood. The viewer and multiple dozens of slides in the original souvenier box from Louisiana Purchase Exhibition.

Lot: 164 - THOMAS EDISON BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON SOUVENIER LIGHT

THOMAS EDISON BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON SOUVENIER LIGHT BULB. American, early 20th century, glass. A souvenier light bulb with applied image of Thomas Edison commemorating his 73rd birthday bearing two labels "Edison Lamp Works 1847-1920" and "Edison Mazda

Lot: 165 - ST. LOUIS VEILED PROPHET GROUP.

ST. LOUIS VEILED PROPHET GROUP. American, early 20th century. Hand decorated chimes in tapering sizes from the historic parade. 28"h. Along with a tray with inset Gateway Arch St. Louis Bicentennial medallions, 1964, and St. Louis Bicentennial

Lot: 166 - FOUR JOHN HUTTON FOR DONGHIA ARMCHAIRS.

FOUR JOHN HUTTON FOR DONGHIA ARMCHAIRS. American, mid 20th century. Silver gilded wtih black fabric uphostery, circa 1971.

Lot: 167 - LANDSCAPE WITH TREES BY RAY CIARROCHI (AMERICAN,

LANDSCAPE WITH TREES BY RAY CIARROCHI (AMERICAN, B. 1933). Watercolor, signed lower right. Showing riverbank with evergreen trees and geological features. 14.5"h. 19"w., framed, 23"h. 27.25"w.

Lot: 168 - LANDSCAPE BY RAY CIARROCHI (AMERICAN, B. 1933).

LANDSCAPE BY RAY CIARROCHI (AMERICAN, B. 1933). Watercolor. Signed "Ciarrochi" lower left. Simplistic landscape with purple, green, and blue hues. 10.75"h. 14.75"w., framed 17.75"h. 21.75"w.

Lot: 169 - FLOWER PAINTING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID-20TH

FLOWER PAINTING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID-20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed "Norton." An arrangement of stylized flowers in blues and whites with a blue background. 40"h 20"w., framed 49.5"h 29.5"w.

Lot: 170 - SUNFLOWER PAINTING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID-20TH

SUNFLOWER PAINTING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID-20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed "Shunney." Profusion of sunflowers in a white container with a yellow background. 32"h. 24.5"w., framed 38"h. 30.5"w.

Lot: 171 - ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH

ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas. Signed indistinctly lower right and dated "61." Abstract composition depicting a largely neutral mountainous terrain. 36"h. 22.5"w., framed, 44"h. 30.25"w.

Lot: 172 - ALABASTER BUST OF A WOMAN.

ALABASTER BUST OF A WOMAN. Italian, early 20th century. Cipriani, beauty wearing lace trimmed hat, signed to back side. 20"h.

Lot: 173 - SOFA BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS FOR WIDDICOMB.

SOFA BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS FOR WIDDICOMB. American, mid 20th century, walnut. Original beige tweed upholstered cushion supported by burlap straps wrapping cylindical body and legs. Bearing original label to frame. Literature: Widdicomb

Lot: 174 - CZECH MCM SLAT SIDE TABLES.

CZECH MCM SLAT SIDE TABLES. Chech Republic, mid 20th cenury. Rectangular form slat construction raised on cylindrical tapering legs. Stamped to underside. 12"h. 31"l. 18"w.

Lot: 175 - GLASS TOP WHEAT TABLE.

GLASS TOP WHEAT TABLE. American, 3rd quarter 20th century, brass. Base in the form of sprawling wheat bundle supporting tempered glass top. 18"h. 42"w.

Lot: 176 - MULTI-COLORED MCM SPAGHETTI SHADE LAMP.

MULTI-COLORED MCM SPAGHETTI SHADE LAMP. American, mid 20th century. Tall table lamp with posable flex arms and multi colored shades in iconic mid century fashion.

Lot: 177 - MIRROR BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS FOR WIDDICOMB.

MIRROR BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS FOR WIDDICOMB. American, mid 20th century, walnut. Thick rectangular stream lined frame displayed vertically.

Lot: 178 - STONE INSET COFFEE TABLE BY T.H. ROBSJOHN

STONE INSET COFFEE TABLE BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS. American, mid 20th century, walnut. Robust rounded top and frame with three square inset slabs of stone, raised on stout legs.

Lot: 179 - SAN PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL DOLPHIN SEAWORLD

SAN PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL DOLPHIN SEAWORLD SEASCAPE BRONZE SCULPTURE. Dolphins, turtle and other wild life swimmig around coral, on circular black slate base, sticker to underside. 53"h.

Lot: 180 - SCULPTED FIGURAL CANDELABRA BY RUDOLPH EDWARD

SCULPTED FIGURAL CANDELABRA BY RUDOLPH EDWARD TORRINI (B. 1923). Plaster, in the form of a group of monks peering skyward. Wooden platform signed "R. Torrini" and numbered 5/50. 12.75"h.

Lot: 181 - GUIDO GAMBONE VASE.

GUIDO GAMBONE VASE. Italy, mid 20th century, ceramic. Large bottle form with orange and blue stripes to mouth above long slender neck and body having alternating orange and blue squares all under heavy glaze. Hand marked to underside with a green

Lot: 182 - PAIR OF ORANGE BERKLINE LOUNGE CHAIRS.

PAIR OF ORANGE BERKLINE LOUNGE CHAIRS. American, mid 20th century. Original orange quilt button tuft naugahyde upholstery, raised on rotational wooden base, bearing Berkline label to backside.

Lot: 183 - SETH THOMAS SUNBURST CLOCK.

SETH THOMAS SUNBURST CLOCK. American, mid 20th century, walnut. Brass face dial with arrowed hands and wooden sunbeams. 6.75" face, 27"h.

Lot: 184 - FIGURAL LAMP AND BUTTERFLY SHADE BY VAN BRIGGLE.

FIGURAL LAMP AND BUTTERFLY SHADE BY VAN BRIGGLE. American, mid 20th century, ceramic. A kneeling female form, signed underside. Repaired base.

Lot: 185 - SCULPTURE BY CURTIS JERE (AMERICAN, 1910-2008).

SCULPTURE BY CURTIS JERE (AMERICAN, 1910-2008). Metal. A tree limb seen with a bird and bird's nest with eggs. 49"h.

Lot: 186 - CLUB CHAIRS BY WARREN PLATNER.

CLUB CHAIRS BY WARREN PLATNER. American, mid 20th century, metal. Polymorphic form with original upholstry and wired body. 39"h. 41"w. 38"d.

Lot: 187 - THREE ART DECO SMOKE STANDS.

THREE ART DECO SMOKE STANDS. American, early 20th century. Two with chrome highlights, the other cast iron, all electrified. 30.5"h.

Lot: 188 - MODERN MARTINI SET.

MODERN MARTINI SET. Large martini mixier with brass bell form base, together with eight matched serving glasses. 14"h.

Lot: 189 - MID CENTURY CHINOISERIE DRINKS BAR.

MID CENTURY CHINOISERIE DRINKS BAR. American, mid 20th century, lacquered wood. The Asian influenced bar opening to compartments for liqour and glasses.

Lot: 190 - MOD BEACH PAINTING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID-20TH

MOD BEACH PAINTING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID-20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas on board, signed and dated verso"Hut 65." Sharp planes of color representing sky, water, and beach with vibrant red sun. 36.5"h. and 24"w., unframed.

Lot: 191 - TRAWLERS BY RICHARD FLORSHEIM (AMERICAN,

TRAWLERS BY RICHARD FLORSHEIM (AMERICAN, 1916-1979). Wax and oil on gesso. Signed "R. A. Florsheim" lower right. Depicting silhouette of marine vessel beneath a yellow and green sky. 8"h. 11"w., framed 14.5"h. 17.5"w.

Lot: 192 - FOUR FIGURES IN A CITY PLAZA (EUROPEAN SCHOOL,

FOUR FIGURES IN A CITY PLAZA (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, MID-20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas. Signed indistinctly upper left. Modern scene of bustling city. 23.25"h. 28.25"w., framed, 24.25"h. 29.5"w.

Lot: 193 - KAMA SUTRA PRINT (20TH CENTURY).

KAMA SUTRA PRINT (20TH CENTURY). Woodblock, signed "Jonathan" and dated "76" lower right. Showing depiction of contorted bodies with wood pattern background. 18.75"h. and 11.25"w., framed 25.25"h. and 19.25"w.

Lot: 194 - MODERN EXPRESSIONIST PORTRAIT BY GITY (AMERICAN,

MODERN EXPRESSIONIST PORTRAIT BY GITY (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY) Oil on board, signed and dated (1967) lower right. An abstracted female figure with one hand up.

Lot: 195 - FICTION I BY EDUARDO LUIZ (PORTUGESE, 1932-1988).

FICTION I BY EDUARDO LUIZ (PORTUGESE, 1932-1988). Etching, signed and dated "67" lower right, numbered 18/20 lower left. Abstract print with sweeping geometric design and irregular neon pattern in greyspace interior. 28.5"h. and 20"w., framed 35"h.

Lot: 196 - CHECK BY WILLIAM GROPPER (AMERICAN, 1897-1977).

CHECK BY WILLIAM GROPPER (AMERICAN, 1897-1977). Etching, signed lower right and numbered 76/100. Two men smoking cigarettes and playing chess with one deciding on his next move. 13"h. and 17"w., framed 21.75"h. and 25.25"w.

Lot: 197 - SUN THREE (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY).

SUN THREE (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Relief etching, signed "A. Copello" lower right. Repeated neon landscape with different phases of the sun. 16"h. and 15.5"w., framed 25.25"h. and 24.25"w.

Lot: 198 - COURTING BY THOMAS N. TONER (AMERICAN, 1941-2007).

COURTING BY THOMAS N. TONER (AMERICAN, 1941-2007). Oil on masonite, triptych, signed on the center panel at lower right and dated "65." Surreal-style painting with two figures of a man and woman surounded by purple drapery and symbolic imagery.

Lot: 199 - MODERN TERRARIUM.

MODERN TERRARIUM. American, mid-centuiry design. Two part clear orb, on the white pedestal base. Plastic. 36"h. 20"dia.

Lot: 200 - TWO ART NOUVEAU ITEMS.

TWO ART NOUVEAU ITEMS. American, 1st half 20th century. Oval vanity mirror with female figural support, 18"h. Iron tripod ashtray stand, 27"h.

Lot: 201 - COLLECTIBLES COLLECTION.

COLLECTIBLES COLLECTION. Chase desk lamp. "Sternau & Co." handled tray. Deco cocktail shaker. Copper lidded canister. Deco compact. And Roman style statue (6 pcs). Tallest 15"h.

Lot: 202 - ART DECO GAS HEATER.

ART DECO GAS HEATER. American, ca. 1930. By ARMSTRONG. Black, chrome and green base, with ceramic top element. 18"h. 11"w. 23.5"l.

Lot: 203 - FIFTEEN PIECE COLLECTION.

FIFTEEN PIECE COLLECTION. Pair pink glass Cambridge compotes, set of six ceramic drink glasses with nude figures, chrome figural compote, glass ice bucket with tongs, black panther, African copper picture, Nola Hofmeier painting on board and oak

Lot: 204 - PAIR MID CENTURY MODERN ARMCHAIRS.

PAIR MID CENTURY MODERN ARMCHAIRS. Viko Baumritter, swivel backs, orange. 29"h. 23"w.

Lot: 205 - DSR CHAIR BY CHARLES AND RAY EAMES FOR HERMAN

DSR CHAIR BY CHARLES AND RAY EAMES FOR HERMAN MILLER. American, mid 20th century, molded plastic. Orange molded fiberglass back and seat raised on pedestal support. 31.5"h. Seat 17.5"h.

Lot: 206 - SET OF FOUR MODERN CHILD'S BENTWOOD SIDE CHAIRS.

SET OF FOUR MODERN CHILD'S BENTWOOD SIDE CHAIRS. American, 20th century. By Community Playthings. One piece construction. 23"h. 13"w.

Lot: 206A - SET OF SIX MODERN CHAIRS BY MIES VAN DER ROHE.

SET OF SIX MODERN CHAIRS BY MIES VAN DER ROHE. American, mid 20th century. Black naugahyde back and seat supported by continuos chrome base. 30.5"h. 21.5"w.

Lot: 207 - MODERN COFFEE TABLE.

MODERN COFFEE TABLE. American, mid 20th century. Rectrangular turqouise painted top, on hairpin legs. 16.5"h 19.25"w. 43.5"l.

Lot: 208 - PAIR OF MODERN FIGURAL LAMPS.

PAIR OF MODERN FIGURAL LAMPS. American, 20th century. By "Steta", in the form of white ceramic modernist busts on black bases. 15.5"h.

Lot: 209 - THREE JOE PAPENDICK MODERNIST SCULPTURES / BIRD

THREE JOE PAPENDICK MODERNIST SCULPTURES / BIRD FEEDERS. American, 20th century. Painted steel, two rectangular and one circular, orange, blue and yellow. Tallest 14"h.

Lot: 210 - SIX MODERN CHAIRS.

SIX MODERN CHAIRS. American, mid 20th century. Red Steta on black wooden frame. Orange wirework swivel. Two "Daystrom" kitchen chairs. Largest 33"h. No cushion chair in the manner of Kagan. And an Italian "Massimo Pafiri" Typy red and black side

Lot: 211 - MODERN COFFEE TABLE.

MODERN COFFEE TABLE. American, 20th century. By Heckman, black with pink highlights and inset glass top. 14"h. 24"w. 48"l.

Lot: 212 - MODERN CHAIR, OTTOMAN AND FLOOR LAMP.

MODERN CHAIR, OTTOMAN AND FLOOR LAMP. American, mid 20th century. Molded brown plastic chair in the manner of Eames, 32.5h. Jansko trapazoidal vinyl ottoman. 18"h. Brass lamp with salmon shade and base, 50"h.

Lot: 213 - MODERN DINING ROOM SET.

MODERN DINING ROOM SET. American, mid-20th century. Drop leaf table and eight side chairs, blonde finish. Table 30"h. 40"w. Chairs 31"h.

Lot: 214 - SIX PIECES STETA DECORATIVE ARTS.

SIX PIECES STETA DECORATIVE ARTS. American, 21st century. Four Cherry Bom tables, including a pair of wirework end table, tall magazine stand, and a pagoda form stand, all with red ball feet. Tables 18.5"h. Stand 30.5"h. With a small table lamp and

Lot: 215 - DINING TABLE.

DINING TABLE. American, late 19th century. Tightly turned base. Six leaves. 29"h. 46"w. 45"l. (+six 8" leaves).

Lot: 216 - PAIR OF "LANCE" ADVERTISING CABINETS.

PAIR OF "LANCE" ADVERTISING CABINETS. American, ca. 1950. Wall mounted with red metal and glass. 26.25"h. 14.5"w. 9"d.

Lot: 217 - ST. LOUIS FAMILY SOAP ADVERTISING BLOCK

ST. LOUIS FAMILY SOAP ADVERTISING BLOCK American, late 19th- early 20th century, wood. An advertisement of an enlarged soap box made out of wood by a non-extant local brand.

Lot: 218 - COUNTRY BREAD BOX.

COUNTRY BREAD BOX. American, 19th century. The rectangular top over a hinged lid. 35"h. 25"w 19"d.

Lot: 219 - FRED USINGER FOLK ART CANE.

FRED USINGER FOLK ART CANE. American, early 20th century. Folk style cane signed by Fred Usinger.

Lot: 219A - FOLK ART CANE.

FOLK ART CANE. Early 20th century, exotic wood. Snake form cane bearing lipstick canister to bottom side.

Lot: 220 - DANIEL'S FRUIT STAND BY BARBARA WIKLE (AMERICAN,

DANIEL'S FRUIT STAND BY BARBARA WIKLE (AMERICAN, B. 1938). Oil on wood. Signed "B. Wikle, S 209" lower right. Panoramic landscpae depicting a country fruit stand set amidst an orchard with trees and a large blue sky. 7"h. 36"w.

Lot: 221 - PAIR OF PORTRAITS BY SYBIL GIBSON (AMERICAN,

PAIR OF PORTRAITS BY SYBIL GIBSON (AMERICAN, 1908-1995). Brown paper mounted on black mat board. Both signed and dated "1993" lower right. Simplistic bust portraits of female figures. Largest 11.5"h. 9.25"w, matted 15"h. 10"w.

Lot: 222 - THE STATUE OF LIBERTY BY BERTHA HALOZAN

THE STATUE OF LIBERTY BY BERTHA HALOZAN (AUSTRIAN-AMERICAN, 1917-2004). Mixed media. Signed "Bertha A. Halozan" lower right. Full-size portrait of the Statue of Liberty with other American insignia and text reading "We love Statue of Liberty. There

Lot: 223 - SELF-PORTRAIT BY MOSE TOLLIVER (AMERICAN,

SELF-PORTRAIT BY MOSE TOLLIVER (AMERICAN, 1919-2006). Mixed media on wood including the artist's own hair. Signed "Mose T" lower left. Full-size portrait of a black man with walking sticks wearing a top hat. 32"h. 16.25"w.

Lot: 224 - FIGURES WITH PURSES BY WOODIE LONG (AMERICAN,

FIGURES WITH PURSES BY WOODIE LONG (AMERICAN, 1942-2009). Gouache on paper, signed lower left "Woodie." A line of seven African American women in pastel colored dresses with black handbags. Framed, 14.3"h. 12.75"w.

Lot: 225 - DEER BY JOHN "CORNBREAD" ANDERSON (AMERICAN,

DEER BY JOHN "CORNBREAD" ANDERSON (AMERICAN, MID-LATE 20TH CENTURY). Oil on corrugated cardboard, signed upper left corner. A deer with antlers in full gallop, seen head-on. Also signed verso and inscribed with long inscription by the artist

Lot: 226 - MISS LIBERTY BY BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PERKINS

MISS LIBERTY BY BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PERKINS (AMERICAN, 1904-1993). Oil on canvas, signed with initials and dated "2-1-90." Known as "Brother Ben" to many, the Alabama-born self-taught artist created several versions of the Statue of Liberty in oil.

Lot: 227 - MARKET SCENE BY ROLAND BURROW (AMERICAN, LATE

MARKET SCENE BY ROLAND BURROW (AMERICAN, LATE 20TH-EARLY 21ST CENTURY). Oil on board. Signed and dated "2003" lower right. People sort through vegetables at a local market in a neo-regionalist scene by emerging local artist. 16"h. 20"w., framed

Lot: 228 - TWO FOLK ART PAINTINGS OF FIELD LABOR (AMERICAN,

TWO FOLK ART PAINTINGS OF FIELD LABOR (AMERICAN, MID-LATE 20TH CENTURY). Both scenes of figures working in the fields presented in rough-hewn frames. One, unsigned, circa mid-20th century, oil on canvas mounted on board, 18"h. 24"w., framed 22.1"h.

Lot: 229 - OVAL FLORAL STILL LIFE (AMERICAN, LATE 19TH -EARLY

OVAL FLORAL STILL LIFE (AMERICAN, LATE 19TH -EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Pastel on board, unsigned. Colorful bouquet with various floral varieties. 19.5"h. and 16.5"w., framed 23.5"h. and 20.75"w.

Lot: 230 - JAPANESE TEXTBOOK BY THE CULTURAL MINISTRY.

JAPANESE TEXTBOOK BY THE CULTURAL MINISTRY. Published 1875. Primer of how to read Katakana.

Lot: 231 - DAOGUANG ERA PITH PAINTING.

DAOGUANG ERA PITH PAINTING. China, late 19th century.

Lot: 232 - MAORI TIKI.

MAORI TIKI. New Zealand, 20th century, exotic wood. Short and stout carving with mother of pearl inlaid eyes.

Lot: 233 - JAPANESE TEMPLE PAINTING (EARLY-MID 20TH CENTURY).

JAPANESE TEMPLE PAINTING (EARLY-MID 20TH CENTURY). Watercolor on silk. View of tiered sacred structure with red painted beams and forested background. 18.75"h. 16.5"w., framed 25"h. 22.5"w.

Lot: 234 - CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE.

CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE. Twentieth century. Royal figure with horse, figures in the clouds, signed. 13.5"h.

Lot: 235 - TWO CHINESE VASES.

TWO CHINESE VASES. Mid 20th century, cloisonne and ceramic. One ceramic glazed hexagonal vase in Satsuma style and a bottle form cloisonne piece with dragons.

Lot: 236 - CHINESE BOWL.

CHINESE BOWL. China, late 19th- early 20th century, porcelain. Scalloped rim having gilt and polychrome landscape. French collector's notation to underside. 1.75"h. 9"diameter.

Lot: 237 - CLOISONNE PLATE.

CLOISONNE PLATE. Japanese, early 20th century. Depicting a bird in flight against a sky blue background. 11.75" diameter.

Lot: 237A - CLOISSONE VASE.

CLOISSONE VASE. Japan, early 20th century. Multiple colored fields with intricate inlay of florals and fauna. 7.75"h. 4"w.

Lot: 238 - NIPPON CORALENE VASE.

NIPPON CORALENE VASE. Japan, early 20th century, ceramic. Large yellow bodied bottle form vase with cobalt and gold highlights throughout field of chrysanthemum. Stamped to underside Patent feb.9, 1909 Japan. 15"h.

Lot: 238A - SHALLOW JAPANESE BOWL.

SHALLOW JAPANESE BOWL. Early 20th century, stoneware. Textured spiral to underside, interior with decorations of bamboo leaves, dark textured glaze. 6"dia.

Lot: 239 - FOUR PIECES OF CLOISONNE.

FOUR PIECES OF CLOISONNE. China, early 20th century. Pair of vases, covered round dish, and table top waste casket.

Lot: 240 - CHINOISERIE GROUP.

CHINOISERIE GROUP. Various countries, early to mid 20th century. KPM vase in Asian style, cloisonne vase, glazed bowl, and glass snuff bottle.

Lot: 241 - NIPPON CORALENE PLATE.

NIPPON CORALENE PLATE. Japan, early 20th century, ceramic. Pinkish-lavender ground having raised decoration of small bird on blossoming peach branch. Stamped to underside Patent, Feb. 9, 1909 JAPAN, 9.5"dia.

Lot: 242 - CELEBRATION OF ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM FEAST DAY BY

CELEBRATION OF ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM FEAST DAY BY FATHER P. SYLVESTER ESPELAGE (AMERICAN, 1877-1940). Watercolor, ink and goauche on paper. Signed lower left "P. Sylvester, O.F.M." and dated January 27, 1907. Also signed on backing board "Fr.

Lot: 243 - TWO SATSUMA VASES.

TWO SATSUMA VASES. Asian, 20th century. Tall floor vase, and a lidded double handled vase. Tallest 22.5"h.

Lot: 243A - NIPPON CORALENE VASE.

NIPPON CORALENE VASE. Japan, early 20th century, porcelain. Cylindrical body, ombre coloring from yellow to green with raised decoration of Irises. Marked to underside Patent Feb. 9, 1909 JAPAN, 9"h.

Lot: 244 - SEVEN ASIAN DECORATIVE ARTS.

SEVEN ASIAN DECORATIVE ARTS. China, 20th century. Three carved wooden figures, diminutive carved wooden table, ceramic buddha figure with brown finish, ceramic buddha figure with tan and green finish and a composition guanyin figure.

Lot: 245 - NIPPON NORITAKE VASE.

NIPPON NORITAKE VASE. Japan, early 20th century, porcelain. Hexagonal ovoid form with Nouveau inspired raised beadwork pattern to neck and base having body of peonies. Stamped to underside. 10"h.

Lot: 245A - TRIO OF KIMONO DESIGNS.

TRIO OF KIMONO DESIGNS. Japanese, 19th century, woodblock print. Various designs and colors of kimono forms.

Lot: 246 - KIMONO.

KIMONO. Japan, mid 20th century, silk poly blend. Black large flowing robe with vibrant floral decoration.

Lot: 247 - FOUR JAPANESE VASES.

FOUR JAPANESE VASES. Japan, 20th century. Two moriage decorated pottery vases, and a pair of orange porcelain lidded vases. Tallest 16"h.

Lot: 248 - WINTER IN AIZU BY KIYOSHI SAITO (JAPANESE,

WINTER IN AIZU BY KIYOSHI SAITO (JAPANESE, 1907-1997). Woodblock. Signed lower left. Japanese village scene depicting snow covered houses and villagers traversing a snow-clad pathway. 10"h. 15.5"w., framed 17.5"h. 26.5"w.

Lot: 249 - HOKUSAI MANGA WOODBLOCK.

HOKUSAI MANGA WOODBLOCK. Japan, 19th century, ink and color on paper. Genre scenes of farm work, text on left edge cut when print was removed from original book. 8"h. 5"w., framed 14.75"h. 12.75"w.

Lot: 250 - SET OF SIX ASIAN PRINTS.

SET OF SIX ASIAN PRINTS. Japan, early 20th century, ink on paper. Prints featuring kabuki actors matted and framed with accompanying book. All measuring 9.5"h. 7.5"w., all identically framed 14.75"h. 12.75"w.

Lot: 251 - KAWASE HASUI PRINTS, ISHIWATA KOITSU.

KAWASE HASUI PRINTS, ISHIWATA KOITSU. Japan, early to mid 20th century. Four prints from Stations of the Tokaido. All framed. Largest measuring 14"h. 9"w., framed 20.75"h. 15"w.

Lot: 252 - TWO WORKS BY TOKURIKI TOMIKICHIRO.

TWO WORKS BY TOKURIKI TOMIKICHIRO. Japan, early to mid 20th century, ink on paper. Seal stamped. Both measuring 14"h. 9.25"w, framed identically 19"h. 14.25"w.

Lot: 253 - THREE PRINTS FROM HIROSHIGE'S 53 STATIONS OF THE

THREE PRINTS FROM HIROSHIGE'S 53 STATIONS OF THE TOKAIDO ROAD, HOEIDO EDITION. Japan, early 20th century, ink on rice paper. Station 21: Mariko Famous Teahouse, Station 48: Seki, Station 49: The Peak of Fudesute, good impression. Largest measuring

Lot: 254 - FIVE WOODBLOCK PRINTS AND A FRAMED TABLE SCREEN.

FIVE WOODBLOCK PRINTS AND A FRAMED TABLE SCREEN. Japan, late 18th century, ink on paper. Three bijinga ("beautiful woman") prints by Utamaro, Toyokuni I, and Eishi, together with a framed partial print of a priest with a torii gate, a print of deer

Lot: 255 - SNOW AT EBIZEN CANAL BY MORI MASAMOTO (JAPAN, 20TH

SNOW AT EBIZEN CANAL BY MORI MASAMOTO (JAPAN, 20TH CENTURY). Woodblock, signed and stamped lower right. Snowy landscape with trees, buildings.16"h. 11.75"w., framed 23"h. 19"w.

Lot: 256 - HAN ERA TERRA COTTA WAR DOG.

HAN ERA TERRA COTTA WAR DOG. China, likely Han Dynasty. Primatively formed example of war dog sculpture. 5"h. Ex. Dr. Sinor

Lot: 257 - BRONZE HINDU FIGURE.

BRONZE HINDU FIGURE. India, late 19th- early 20th century. Multi armed diety on lotus form throne.

Lot: 258 - PERSIAN AMIS BOWL.

PERSIAN AMIS BOWL. Late 19th- early 20th century. Gondola form, hand decorated.

Lot: 259 - HAN STYLE DIETY.

HAN STYLE DIETY. China, possibly Han Dynasty, terra cotta. Seated and robed diety with hood.

Lot: 260 - PAIR OF WEDGWOOD CANDLESTICK HOLDERS.

PAIR OF WEDGWOOD CANDLESTICK HOLDERS. England, 20th century. Cobalt jasperware with impressed marks to underside.

Lot: 261 - WEDGWOOD CUSTARD CUP.

WEDGWOOD CUSTARD CUP. England, 18th century. White on light blue jasper. Impressed "WEDGWOOD" to underside. 2.5"h.

Lot: 262 - WEDGWOOD CUPS AND SAUCER.

WEDGWOOD CUPS AND SAUCER. England, early 19th century. Coffee cup, tea cup and saucer, pattern # 633.

Lot: 263 - AYNSLEY PORCELAIN CUP AND BOWL.

AYNSLEY PORCELAIN CUP AND BOWL. England, ca. 1976. Made "To Commemorate the Bi-Centenary of the United States of America", showing George Washington.

Lot: 264 - TWO WEDGWOOD HISTORIC PLATES.

TWO WEDGWOOD HISTORIC PLATES. England, mid 20th century. London landmarks plate and Man on the Moon commemoration plate. Both 8" diameter.

Lot: 265 - COLLECTION OF SILVER BABY RATTLES.

COLLECTION OF SILVER BABY RATTLES. European, 20th century. An assortment with bells, whistles and rattles. Figures include teddy bear, cat, rabbit, little Dutch girl, Bo Peep, Hey Diddle Diddle, and others. Several with mother-of-pearl handles and

Lot: 266 - TWO VICTORIAN FACE SCREENS.

TWO VICTORIAN FACE SCREENS. Nineteenth century. Both holding needlework panels, one of a dog, the other decorated with flowers, with long tassel fringe. Both with turned bone handles. Shortest 13.25"l.

Lot: 267 - GENRE SCENE BY HAROLD WOLCOTT (AMERICAN, 1898 -

GENRE SCENE BY HAROLD WOLCOTT (AMERICAN, 1898 - 1977). Ink on paper. Depicting a 4-H fair.

Lot: 268 - TWO WORKS BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN, 1890-1952).

TWO WORKS BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN, 1890-1952). Oil on canvas. Both signed lower left. Largest work incorporates still life with apples in a glass bowl and smallest depicts Asian still life with blossoming flowers in a large urn. Largest measures

Lot: 269 - GROUP OF THREE PAINTINGS BY OSCAR SOELLNER

GROUP OF THREE PAINTINGS BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN, 1890 - 1952). Oil on canvas, all estate stamped on back stretchers. Landscapes in various similar sizes, largest 18"h. 20"w.

Lot: 270 - TWO WORKS BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN, 1890-1952).

TWO WORKS BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN, 1890-1952). Oil on canvas. Both unsigned and unframed. Fantastical landscapes with imaginitive trees and lush green hills. Largest measuring 24"h. 30"w.

Lot: 271 - TWO LANDSCAPES BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN,

TWO LANDSCAPES BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN, 1890-1952). Oil on canvas, estate stamped and unframed. Big sky and clouds over country lanes. Each 24"h. 27"w.

Lot: 272 - OUR PICTURE WINDOW AND TWO OTHERS BY OSCAR

OUR PICTURE WINDOW AND TWO OTHERS BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN, 1890-1952). Oil on canvas, one signed lower left, all estate stamped. Two canvases are off their stretchers, one is stretched with hanging wire. One loose canvas depicts a landscape

Lot: 273 - QUAKE BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN, 1890-1952).

QUAKE BY OSCAR SOELLNER (AMERICAN, 1890-1952). Mixed media on paper, unsigned. Whimsical interior scene depicting crooked wall hangings shown as the result of an earthquake. 14.5"h. 17.5"w., unframed, taped on board 16"h. 19"w.

Lot: 274 - TWO WORKS BY THORNTIN UTZ (AMERICAN, 1914-1999).

TWO WORKS BY THORNTIN UTZ (AMERICAN, 1914-1999). Oil on board. Both signed lower right. Two illustrations with one depicting a group of smoking and drinking Santas and the other depicting a young boy in bed with two dogs. Both unframed. Largest

Lot: 275 - GRETA GARBO BY GEORGE HURRELL (AMERICAN,

GRETA GARBO BY GEORGE HURRELL (AMERICAN, 1904-1992). Photographic print, estate stamped lower right, "Hurrell Estate." An artist known for his work with the stars of the silver screen, Hurrell captured this image of the Garbo circa 1930. The later

Lot: 276 - FENCING AT THE MUNICH OLYMPICS BY LEROY NEIMAN

FENCING AT THE MUNICH OLYMPICS BY LEROY NEIMAN (AMERICAN, 1921-2012). Screenprint, signed in graphite at lower right and inscribed "Olympiad." Noted in graphite "AP" lower left. 23.5"h. 38"w., double matted and framed, 30.75"h. 45"w.

Lot: 277 - ASPEN WINTER JAZZ POSTER BY ROY LICHTENSTEIN

ASPEN WINTER JAZZ POSTER BY ROY LICHTENSTEIN (AMERICAN, 1923-1997). Serigraph, 1967. Commissioned for the Aspen Winter Jazz Festival and published by Leo Castelli Gallery. Measuring 40"h. 26"w., framed 41"h. 27"w.

Lot: 277A - HOLLYWOOD AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION.

HOLLYWOOD AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION. Thirteen pieces. Nicolas Cage (COA), George Clooney (COA), Katherine Heigl (COA), Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Bullock, Jennifer Aniston (2), Jodie Foster, Helen Hunt, Kelly LeBrock, Gillian Anderson, Katey Sagal, and Meg

Lot: 278A - PETE ROSE AND LOU BROCK SIGNED BASEBALL

PETE ROSE AND LOU BROCK SIGNED BASEBALL MEMORBILIA. American, mid to late 20th century. A Pete Rose "Official Player Logo Ball - Limited Edition of 2,500" baseball signed by the HOF snubbed Rose, and a signed cartoon cell by the local and lovable

Lot: 280 - MODERN POTTERY COLLECTION.

MODERN POTTERY COLLECTION. American, late 20th century, ceramic. Doreen Blumhardt tall rectangular vase. Jan McKeanie and more in five various forms and sizes. Tallest, 14"h.

Lot: 281 - NEAR PAIR MATT LONG POTTERY FLASKS.

NEAR PAIR MATT LONG POTTERY FLASKS. American, 20th century, ceramics. Of typical form, drip glaze look. 7"h.

Lot: 281A - PORTFOLIO GROUP OF ORIGINAL HAND PAINTED DESIGNS,

PORTFOLIO GROUP OF ORIGINAL HAND PAINTED DESIGNS, AMERICAN (EARLY 20TH CENTURY). A large collection of loose drawings and hand-painted designs. One portfolio set (13 items) depicting designs for clocks, medals and jewelry on mat board, largest

Lot: 282 - TWO PISGAH FOREST POTTERY VASES.

TWO PISGAH FOREST POTTERY VASES. American, ca. 1941. Turquoise exterior finish, mauve interior finish. Signed and dated to bottom. Tallest. 8.25"h.

Lot: 283 - SHAKER BRUSH.

SHAKER BRUSH. American, late 18th- early 19th century, painted wood. Well used and patinated. 6"h.

Lot: 284 - BENTWOOD BASKET BY MARION MITCHELL.

BENTWOOD BASKET BY MARION MITCHELL. Carbondale, Illinois, 20th century. Oval with twin flap top. Cherry body, white birch lid and hackberry handle. 15.75"l.

Lot: 285 - SEVEN BOOKS BY AFRICAN AUTHORS.

SEVEN BOOKS BY AFRICAN AUTHORS. -Achebe, C. (1975). Morning yet on creation day: Essays. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press. Signed. -Achebe, C. (2000). Home and exile. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Signed. -Iweala, U. (2005). Beasts of no nation: A

Lot: 285A - KOFI BAADU OUT OF AFRICA BY W. RODNEY.

KOFI BAADU OUT OF AFRICA BY W. RODNEY. Rodney, W. (1980). Kofi Baadu out of Africa. Georgetown [Guyana: publisher not identified. Collection of Lindsay Waldorf Patterson (1934-2009), New York, NY.

Lot: 286 - COLLECTION SIGNED BY DR. MAYA ANGELOU.

COLLECTION SIGNED BY DR. MAYA ANGELOU. Four books by Dr. Angelou, including the poem she read for Bill Clinton's inauguration, inscribed with her customary "Joy!" and dated. -Angelou, M. (1983). Shaker, why don't you sing?. Signed 9/2004.

Lot: 287 - COLLECTION OF BOOKS BY HOUSTON BAKER.

COLLECTION OF BOOKS BY HOUSTON BAKER. Four books, some signed by the author. -Baker, H. A. (1972). Long black song: Essays in Black American literature and culture. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia. -Baker, H. A. (1988).

Lot: 288 - REFLECTIONS ON RACE IN AMERICA BY DYSON, BELL, AND

REFLECTIONS ON RACE IN AMERICA BY DYSON, BELL, AND LINCOLN. Sixteen books, many signed by the author, together with two personal letters from Derick Bell to Lindsay Patterson. -Bell, D. (1992). Faces at the bottom of the well: The permanence of

Lot: 289 - COLLECTION OF SIGNED NOVELS.

COLLECTION OF SIGNED NOVELS. Fifteen novels signed by the authors. -Campbell, B. M. (1992). Your blues ain't like mine. New York: Putnam. Signed 1994. -Campbell, B. M. (1994). Brothers and sisters. New York: Putnam. Signed 2001. -Campbell, B.

Lot: 290 - THOUGHTS ON MODERN-DAY RACE RELATIONS.

THOUGHTS ON MODERN-DAY RACE RELATIONS. Ten books on the subject of race relations by Carter, McWhorter, and Brown. -Carter, S. L. (1991). Reflections of an affirmative action baby. New York: Basic Books. Signed. -Carter, S. L. (1996). Integrity

Lot: 291 - COLLECTION OF AUTOGRAPHED PERSONAL STORIES.

COLLECTION OF AUTOGRAPHED PERSONAL STORIES. Eleven books together, most signed by the authors. -Cleaver, E. (1967). Soul on ice. New York: McGraw-Hill. -Cleaver, E., & In Scheer, R. (1969). Eldridge Cleaver: Post-prison writings and speeches.

Lot: 292 - COLLECTION OF SIGNED WORKS BY JACOB LAWRENCE,

COLLECTION OF SIGNED WORKS BY JACOB LAWRENCE, INCLUDING A PERSONAL LETTER. Six framed postcards, dedicated to Lindsay Patterson and signed by the artist, as well as a handwritten letter from the artist, the envelope in which it was sent, and two

Lot: 293 - THOUGHTS ON RACE RELATIONS BY CLEAGE AND SOWELL.

THOUGHTS ON RACE RELATIONS BY CLEAGE AND SOWELL. Eight books signed by the authors. Together with two letters from Sowell and a letter from Cleage. -Cleage, P. (1993). Deals with the Devil: And other reasons to riot. New York: Ballantine. Signed

Lot: 294 - THOUGHTS ON RACE RELATIONS AND CIVIL RIGHTS.

THOUGHTS ON RACE RELATIONS AND CIVIL RIGHTS. Twelve books including John Lewis' memoir, signed by the authors. -Lewis, J., & D'Orso, M. (1998). Walking with the wind: A memoir of the movement. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster. Signed. -Coombs, O.

Lot: 295 - POSTER AUTOGRAPHED BY BILL COSBY.

POSTER AUTOGRAPHED BY BILL COSBY. "Celebrating the Art of Friends of a Feather: One of Life's Little Fables by Bill Cosby, illustrated by Erika Cosby." Signed in black marker. 19" h. 23.75'w. Collection of Lindsay Waldorf Patterson

Lot: 296 - COLLECTION OF SCREENPLAYS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN

COLLECTION OF SCREENPLAYS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHORS. Fourteen screenplays and essays on Black Americans in theater, most signed by the author. -Bullins, E. (1971). The duplex: A Black love fable in four movements. New York: Morrow. Signed.

Lot: 297 - COLLECTION OF AUTOGRAPHED NOVELS BY DANTICAT,

COLLECTION OF AUTOGRAPHED NOVELS BY DANTICAT, JOHNSON, NAYLOR, AND SMITH. Fifteen novels, most signed by the author. -Danticat, E. (1998). Breath, eyes, memory. New York: Vintage Books. Signed. -Danticat, E. (1998). The farming of bones: A

Lot: 298 - COLLECTION OF BOOKS ON AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN

COLLECTION OF BOOKS ON AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN ENTERTAINMENT. Fourteen books, most signed by the author. -Abdul, R. (1972). The magic of black poetry. Dodd, Mead. -Abdul, R. (1974). Famous Black entertainers of today. New York: Dodd, Mead.

Lot: 299 - COLLECTION OF WORKS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN POETS.

COLLECTION OF WORKS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN POETS. Fourteen books of poetry, most signed by the author. -Cullen, C. (1925). Color. New York: Harper & Bros. Signed. -Cullen, C. (1947). On these I stand: An anthology of the best poems of Countee

Lot: 300 - COLLECTION OF POETRY BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN.

COLLECTION OF POETRY BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN. Seventeen books of poetry, most signed by the author, some with personal notes. -Dove, R. (1985). Fifth Sunday: Stories. Lexington: University of Kentucky. Signed. -Dove, R. (1992). Through the

Lot: 301 - AUTOGRAPHED BOOKS BY FAX AND REED.

AUTOGRAPHED BOOKS BY FAX AND REED. Nine books, all signed by the author, one with a personal letter. -Fax, E. C. (1971). Seventeen black artists. New York: Dodd, Mead. Signed. -Fax, E. C. (1974). Through Black eyes: Journeys of a Black artist

Lot: 302 - COLLECTION OF POETRY AND ESSAYS BY ROSA GUY AND

COLLECTION OF POETRY AND ESSAYS BY ROSA GUY AND E.L. HARRIS. Fourteen books, all signed by the author. -Guy, R. (1966). Bird at my window. Signed. -Guy, R. (1976). Ruby: A novel. Signed. -Guy, R. (1983). A measure of time. New York: Holt,

Lot: 303 - MACBETH POSTER BY ROMARE BEARDEN (AMERICAN, 1911 -

MACBETH POSTER BY ROMARE BEARDEN (AMERICAN, 1911 - 1988). Screenprint in color, circa 1977. Signed in plate lower right, 24"h. 14"w. , framed. Note: Thought to be a scarce proof. The screenprint was created by Bearden for the 1977 production

Lot: 304 - AUTOGRAPHED BOOKS ON FAITH IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN

AUTOGRAPHED BOOKS ON FAITH IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN COMMUNITIES. Eleven books, most signed by the author. -Gomes, P. J. (1998). Sermons: Biblical wisdom for daily living. New York: W. Morrow. Signed. -Hooks, B. (1996). Reel to real: Race, sex, and

Lot: 305 - THOUGHTS ON BLACK AMERICA BY GATES AND WEST.

THOUGHTS ON BLACK AMERICA BY GATES AND WEST. Eighteen books, most signed by the author. -Gates, H. L. (1994). Colored people: A memoir. New York: Knopf. Signed. -Gates, H. L. (1997). Thirteen ways of looking at a Black man. New York: Random

Lot: 306 - COLLECTION OF LANGSTON HUGHES AND AKIBA HARPER

COLLECTION OF LANGSTON HUGHES AND AKIBA HARPER SIGNED BOOKS AND LETTERS. Collection of 10 books, together with a record, a framed letter with Langston Hughes stamp, and five personal letters. Berry, F. (1983). Langston Hughes, before and beyond

Lot: 307 - AUTOGRAPHS FROM JAMES EARL JONES.

AUTOGRAPHS FROM JAMES EARL JONES. Jones, J. E., & Niven, P. (1993). James Earl Jones: Voices and silences. New York: Scribner. Together with two signed playbills, a signed photo, and a poster. Collection of Lindsay Waldorf Patterson

Lot: 308 - SIGNED EARTHA KITT BOOKS AND RECORDS.

SIGNED EARTHA KITT BOOKS AND RECORDS. Kitt, E. (1991). Confessions of a sex kitten. New York: Barricade Books. Signed Kitt, E., & Bolden, T. (2001). Rejuvenate!: It's never too late. New York: Scribner. Signed. Together with 3 records: Love for

Lot: 309 - SIX AUTOGRAPHED TONI MORRISON BOOKS.

SIX AUTOGRAPHED TONI MORRISON BOOKS. Six books signed by Toni Morrison, Nobel Laureate and recipient of the 2012 Presidential Medal of Freedom. Morrison, T. (1992). Jazz. New York: Knopf. Signed. Morrison, T. (1998). Paradise. New York: A.A.

Lot: 310 - AUTOGRAPHED WORKS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHTS.

AUTOGRAPHED WORKS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHTS. Twelve books, most signed by the author, together with three personal letters. Mitchell, L. (1967). Black drama: The story of the American Negro in the theatre. New York: Hawthorn Books. Signed.

Lot: 311 - COLLECTION OF THE WORKS OF LINDSAY PATTERSON AND

COLLECTION OF THE WORKS OF LINDSAY PATTERSON AND HIS CORRESPONDENCE WITH OTHER AUTHORS. 11 books, including several drafts of Patterson's book "Rock Against the Wind." Together with his correspondence with various poets whose work he wished to

Lot: 312 - COLLECTION OF BOBBY SHORT BOOKS, RECORDS, AND

COLLECTION OF BOBBY SHORT BOOKS, RECORDS, AND PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE. Short, B., & Mackintosh, R. G. (1995). Bobby Short: The life and times of a saloon singer. Signed. Together with an invitation to the book launch, a personal letter, and two

Lot: 313 - POSTCARD SIGNED BY ROMARE BEARDEN (AMERICAN,

POSTCARD SIGNED BY ROMARE BEARDEN (AMERICAN, 1911-1988) . Postcard, signed and dated lower right '87. Modernist landscape rendering with two prominent black figures, one bound in white swatches. Hand signed "Romare Bearden For Lindsay Patterson

Lot: 314 - SIGNED NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON MEMOIR AND PERSONAL

SIGNED NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON MEMOIR AND PERSONAL LETTERS. Tyson, N. G. (2000). The sky is not the limit: Adventures of an urban astrophysicist. New York: Doubleday. Signed. Together with two personal letters. Collection of Lindsay Waldorf

Lot: 315 - COLLECTION OF PHOTO AND ART BOOKS.

COLLECTION OF PHOTO AND ART BOOKS. Ten photo books and art catalogs, including several featuring the landscapes and cultural artifacts of Africa. Bocola, S., Bassani, E., & Vitra Design Museum. (1995). African seats. Munich: Prestel. Driskell,

Lot: 316 - SIX BOOKS ON AFRICAN CULTURE, ART, AND HISTORY.

SIX BOOKS ON AFRICAN CULTURE, ART, AND HISTORY. -Boone, S. A. (1974). West African travels: A guide to people and places. New York: Random House. Signed. -Clarke, J. H. (1974). Marcus Garvey and the vision of Africa. New York: Vintage Books.

Lot: 317 - COLLECTION OF POETRY AND ESSAYS BY

COLLECTION OF POETRY AND ESSAYS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHORS. -Davis, A. P., & Redding, J. S. (1971). Cavalcade; Negro American writing from 1760 to the present. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. -Ellison, R. (1986). Going to the territory. New York: Random

Lot: 318 - COLLECTION OF BIOGRAPHIES BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN

COLLECTION OF BIOGRAPHIES BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHORS. -Anderson, D. (1938). Nigger lover. London: L.N. Fowler & Co. -Buckley, G. L. (1986). The Hornes: An American family. New York: Knopf. Signed. -Bundles, A. L. (2001). On her own ground: The

Lot: 319 - COLLECTION OF AUTOGRAPHED BOOKS BY ATHLETES,

COLLECTION OF AUTOGRAPHED BOOKS BY ATHLETES, INCLUDING VENUS & SERENA WILLIAMS. -Abdul-Jabbar, K., & McCarthy, M. (1990). Kareem. New York: Random House. Autographed. -Jeter, D., & Curry, J. (2000). The life you imagine: Life lessons for

Lot: 319A - MUHAMMAD ALI AUTOGRAPHED BIOGRAPHY.

MUHAMMAD ALI AUTOGRAPHED BIOGRAPHY. Bingham, H. L. (1993). Muhammad Ali: A thirty year journey. New York Simon & Schuster. Signed by Muhammad Ali. Collection of Lindsay Waldorf Patterson (1934-2009), New York, NY.

Lot: 320 - COLLECTION OF NOVELS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHORS.

COLLECTION OF NOVELS BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN AUTHORS. -Als, H. (1996). The women. New York: Farrar, Straus, & Giroux. Signed. -Cose, E. (1998). The best defense. New York: HarperCollins. -Gaines, E. J. (1983). A gathering of old men. New York:

Lot: 320A - BLACK BOY: A RECORD OF CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH.

BLACK BOY: A RECORD OF CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH. Wright, R. (1945). Black boy: A record of childhood and youth. New York: Harper & Bros. Collection of Lindsay Waldorf Patterson (1934-2009), New York, NY.

Lot: 321 - COLLECTION OF BOOKS ON AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN THE

COLLECTION OF BOOKS ON AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY. Andrews, B., & Harrison, P. C. (1989). In the shadow of the great white way: Images from the black theatre. New York, NY: Thunder's Mouth Press. Signed. Cripps, T. (1977). Slow

Lot: 322 - COLLECTION OF BOOKS ON SUCCESS AND RELATIONSHIPS.

COLLECTION OF BOOKS ON SUCCESS AND RELATIONSHIPS. Ali, S. (1989). The Blackman's guide to understanding the Blackwoman. Philadelphia, PA: Civilized Publications. Clarke, C. V., & Black Enterprise (N.Y.). (2001). Take a lesson: Today's black

Lot: 323 - BOOKS ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE STUDIES.

BOOKS ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE STUDIES. Abdul-Jabbar, K., & Steinberg, A. (1996). Black profiles in courage: A legacy of African American achievement. New York: William Morrow and Co. Signed. Altman, S., & Kemelhor, J. (2000). Encyclopedia of

Lot: 323A - ORIGINS OF THE BLACK PRESS: NEW YORK, 1827-1847.

ORIGINS OF THE BLACK PRESS: NEW YORK, 1827-1847. Tripp, B. (1992). Origins of the Black Press: New York, 1827-1847. Northport, AL: Vision Press. Collection of Lindsay Waldorf Patterson (1934-2009), New York, NY.

Lot: 324 - PUBLICATIONS ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN EDUCATION IN

PUBLICATIONS ON AFRICAN-AMERICAN EDUCATION IN AMERICA. Dodson, H., & Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. (2002). Jubilee: The emergence of African-American culture. Washington, DC: National Geographic. Lewis, D. L. (1994). The

Lot: 325 - DREAMING OF PUSHKIN BY SAM GILLIAM (AMERICAN, BORN

DREAMING OF PUSHKIN BY SAM GILLIAM (AMERICAN, BORN (1933). Ink on paper, signed and dated '88 lower right. Framed line paper with free-handed geometric figures and text reading, "Dreaming of Pushkin Colors: Blue Red Yellow Purple Green White Black

Lot: 326 - TWO POSTERS BY JACOB LAWRENCE, ONE DEDICATED AND

TWO POSTERS BY JACOB LAWRENCE, ONE DEDICATED AND AUTOGRAPHED. Art exhibition poster from a solo show for the artist at The Studio Museum in Harlem, 1991. Dedicated to Lindsay Patterson by Jacaob Lawrence and dated "10/12/1992." 24"w. 36"h. Along

Lot: 327 - SAM GILLIAM ART EXHIBIT POSTER AUTOGRAPHED BY THE

SAM GILLIAM ART EXHIBIT POSTER AUTOGRAPHED BY THE ARTIST. Red & Black to "D": Paintings by Sam Gilliam from the 1982 exhibit at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Signed in black pen "Sam Gilliam, 1991." 22"h. 26"w. Collection of Lindsay Waldorf

Lot: 328 - JOSEPHINE: THE HUNGRY HEART BOOK AND POSTER.

JOSEPHINE: THE HUNGRY HEART BOOK AND POSTER. Baker, J.-C, & Chase, C. (1993). Josephine: The hungry heart. New York: Random House. Signed. Together with poster of book cover, signed. Collection of Lindsay Waldorf Patterson (1934-2009), New

Lot: 329 - CORRESPONDENCE WITH RAYMOND ST. JACQUES.

CORRESPONDENCE WITH RAYMOND ST. JACQUES. A collection of personal letters between Lindsay Patterson and Raymond St. Jacques, including eight cards in original envelopes, three signed photographs, and three typewritten letters with original

Lot: 330 - GROUP OF FIVE FRAMED ARTWORKS BY VARIOUS ARTISTS

GROUP OF FIVE FRAMED ARTWORKS BY VARIOUS ARTISTS (AMERICAN, MID-LATE 20TH CENTURY). Etching, collage, acrylic. Various artists including Simon Victor, Camille Billop, two by JABOLO. Various subjects and sizes, largest 19.5"h. 16"l. Collection

Lot: 331 - PERSONAL ILLUSTRATED LETTER FROM JACOB LAWRENCE

PERSONAL ILLUSTRATED LETTER FROM JACOB LAWRENCE (AMERICAN, 1917-2000). Framed personal Letter to Lindsay Patterson from Jacob Lawrence with color doodle and accompanying envelope postmarked from Seattle, WA on January 26, 1998. Collection of

Lot: 333 - SILVER ON COPPER TRAY.

SILVER ON COPPER TRAY. Continental, 20th century. Of typical form having shapely edgings. 22"l.

Lot: 334 - MARIJUANA HEMP BAG.

MARIJUANA HEMP BAG. American, 20th century. Burlap sack style bag. 35"h. 21"w.

Lot: 335 - THREE CHINESE BRASS ARTICLES.

THREE CHINESE BRASS ARTICLES. Mid 20th century. Tray with shou symbol and two covered pots, one barrel form. Largest 3.5"h 3.5"w.

Lot: 336 - BLUE AND WHITE FLOOR VASE.

BLUE AND WHITE FLOOR VASE. China, 19th century, porcelain. Of typical mallet form, the body flanked by scroll form handles with blue and white decoration and celadon glaze throughout. 23.5"h.

Lot: 337 - PAIR OF PRINTS BY GEORGE CRUIKSHANK (ENGLISH,

PAIR OF PRINTS BY GEORGE CRUIKSHANK (ENGLISH, 1792-1878). Etchings. Both inscribed "LR & G. Cruikshank" lower right. Both prints depicting animal fighting scenes featuring Tom and Jerry from Pierce Egan's Life in London. 5.25"h. 8"w., framed and

Lot: 338 - FIVE COPPER ARTICLES IN THE MANNER OF PAUL REVERE.

FIVE COPPER ARTICLES IN THE MANNER OF PAUL REVERE. American, 19th century. Three copper pans with brass rivets and two miscellaneous utensils.

Lot: 339 - LANDSCAPE BY CARL WEBER (GERMAN-AMERICAN,

LANDSCAPE BY CARL WEBER (GERMAN-AMERICAN, 1849-1922). Watercolor. Signed lower right. Pastoral landscape with sheep grazing beneath blossoming trees. 13.25"h 26"w., framed 23.25"h. 36.25"w.

Lot: 340 - FOWL STILL LIFE IN A LANDSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL,

FOWL STILL LIFE IN A LANDSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed and dated "S. Beeson 1893." Showing Canada goose suspended from large tree with distant woodsy vista. 34"h. 24"w., framed 39.5"h. 29.5"w.

Lot: 341 - THE UPPER TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATES BY

THE UPPER TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATES BY WILLIAM KNEASS (AMERICAN, 1781-1840). Etching. Inscribed "Keanss & Delleker Sc" lower right. Map showing the Upper Territories including the Great Lakes and Canada. Originaly published in Carey's General

Lot: 342 - RIVERSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH

RIVERSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Etching. Signed indistinctly lower right. Waterway scene featuring two figures in a small boat rowing away from a distant country hamlet. 15.25"h 25.25"w., framed 24.5"h. 32.5"w.

Lot: 343 - OLD GRAIN ELEVATOR (AMERICAN SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH

OLD GRAIN ELEVATOR (AMERICAN SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Photographic print. Showing industrial tower with windows set amongst railroad tracks and telephone lines. 19"h. and 15.75"w., framed 30.5"h and 27"w.

Lot: 344 - LANDSCAPE WITH COWS BY ANTONIO MILONE (ITALIAN,

LANDSCAPE WITH COWS BY ANTONIO MILONE (ITALIAN, 1834-1919). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Three cows aside a small pond in a bucolic landscape. 15.5'h. 19.75'w., in a gilt frame, 23'h. 27'w.

Lot: 345 - CITYSCAPE BY WINFIELD SCOTT CLINE (AMERICAN,

CITYSCAPE BY WINFIELD SCOTT CLINE (AMERICAN, 1881-1958). Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. Figures seen congregating in a park with large buildings in the distance. 23.5"h. 18"w., in a modern frame, 32.5"h. 27.5"w.

Lot: 346 - PASTORAL PAINTING, AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY).

PASTORAL PAINTING, AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed with initials "A.L.C." lower right, country landscape with cottages and distant church. 8.25"h. 16.25"w., Victorian-style gilded frame, 14"h. 22"w.

Lot: 347 - BATTLE MAP PRINT (18-19TH CENTURY).

BATTLE MAP PRINT (18-19TH CENTURY). Engraving showing battle along Meuse River with cities of Grave and Ravestein, Netherlands. 10.5"h. 14"w., framed, 20.5"h. 23.5"w.

Lot: 348 - PAIR OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER ENGRAVINGS.

PAIR OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER ENGRAVINGS. Inscribed "For the proprietor Hermann J. Meyer." Two prints including "St. Charles on the Mississippi" and "San Louis (Mississippi)." Both plates depicting horizontal view of a early cities across the

Lot: 349 - SOUS BOIS BY ANDRE DUNOYER DE SEGOZNAC (FRENCH,

SOUS BOIS BY ANDRE DUNOYER DE SEGOZNAC (FRENCH, 1884-1974). Etching. Signed with initials in plate and numbered in graphite lower left. Densely compacted trees in forest landscape showing winding road and grassy forest floor. Plate 9"h. 7"w., matted

Lot: 350 - GROUP OF FIVE ORIGINAL FRAMED ETCHINGS.

GROUP OF FIVE ORIGINAL FRAMED ETCHINGS. Various artists including Keith Shaw Williams (American, 1905-1951), Walter E. Bohl (American 1907-1990), Huc-Mazelet Luquiens (1881–1961), Walter Chandler (American 1966-about 1928). Including views of

Lot: 351 - PAIR OF ETCHINGS AFTER SIGMUND FREUDEBERG (SWISS,

PAIR OF ETCHINGS AFTER SIGMUND FREUDEBERG (SWISS, 1745-1801). Colored French bedroom scenes,"Le Petit Jour" inscribed "S. Freudeberg" lower left and "N. De Launay" lower right, "Le Coucher" inscribed "S. Freudeberg" lower left with "Duclos" and

Lot: 352 - VELAZQUEZ BY SLAVADOR DALI (SPANISH, 1904-1989).

VELAZQUEZ BY SLAVADOR DALI (SPANISH, 1904-1989). Etching. Signed lower right in graphite. Shoulders length portrait of prominent Spanish artist Diego Velazquez. Plate 6.25"h. 4.75, sheet 14"h. 11"w. Unframed, unmatted.

Lot: 353 - THREE ENGRAVINGS FROM ANCIENT COSTUMES OF GREAT

THREE ENGRAVINGS FROM ANCIENT COSTUMES OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND BY CHARLES HAMILTON SMITH (ENGLISH, 1776-1859). English, 19th century. Hand-colored aquatints published by Colnaghi & Co, London,1811. Figures in full costume in a landscape

Lot: 354 - TWO PHRENOLOGY LITHOGRAPHS.

TWO PHRENOLOGY LITHOGRAPHS. German and English, 19th century. Depictions of human skulls and other phrenological renderings, one by Henry Winkles (English, 1801-1860). Framed, 15.25"h. 12.75"w.

Lot: 355 - FOUR HAND-COLORED PHRENOLOGY ENGRAVINGS.

FOUR HAND-COLORED PHRENOLOGY ENGRAVINGS. Nineteenth century. Various handcolored scenes depicting vignettes including "Associativeness," "Weight," "Alimentiveness, " and "Combativeness." All framed, 13"h 16"w.

Lot: 356 - GROUP OF FOUR PRINTS (BRITISH AND AMERICAN, LATE

GROUP OF FOUR PRINTS (BRITISH AND AMERICAN, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). One portrait etching titled "Winter" by F. Bartolozzi. Three color landscapes, one untitled and the others titled "View of Chelsea and Battersea, from East Wandfworth" by J.

Lot: 357 - TWO VIEWS, WINDMILL AND CANAL BY W. F. DELL

TWO VIEWS, WINDMILL AND CANAL BY W. F. DELL (AMERICAN, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Watercolors, signed and dated "'95". One with a windmill and sailboat, the other a canal with bridge, both 9.5"h. 14.25"w., each matted and framed, 15.5"h.

Lot: 358 - NEAR PAIR OF ETCHINGS BY WILLY SEILER (GERMAN, B.

NEAR PAIR OF ETCHINGS BY WILLY SEILER (GERMAN, B. 1903). Graphite signed. Asian men smoking pipes. Each12.5"h. 9.5"w., framed identically 17.5"h. 14.75"w.

Lot: 359 - FOUR HORSE AND CARRIAGE PRINTS (ENGLISH, LATE

FOUR HORSE AND CARRIAGE PRINTS (ENGLISH, LATE 18TH- EARLY 19TH CENTURY). Colored engravings depicting perils and adventures of traveling by horse. 13"h. 17.25"w., framed, 20.75"h. 24.75"w.

Lot: 360 - RIVERSIDE VILLAGE BY HANS RUNGE

RIVERSIDE VILLAGE BY HANS RUNGE (GERMAN,1895-1961). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Village overlooking a river with figure on a bridge. 24"h. 30"w., framed 30.25"h. 42.25"w.

Lot: 360A - PAIR OF LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS (EARLY 20TH CENTURY).

PAIR OF LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS (EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, both unsigned and possibly by similar amateur hand. Smallest depicts Native American figures standing by shore of tree-lined river, largest depicts man in boat on the property of small

Lot: 361 - FIVE SIGNED MODERNIST WATERCOLORS.

FIVE SIGNED MODERNIST WATERCOLORS. American, 20th century, watercolor on paper. Fragmented aspects of human forms, all similarly framed.

Lot: 362 - SAILBOAT PRINT AFTER LOUIS ICART (FRENCH,

SAILBOAT PRINT AFTER LOUIS ICART (FRENCH, 1888-1950). Lithograph. Three pin-up style women out for a day sail on a windy day. 21.5"h. 27.5"w., framed 26"h. 32"w.

Lot: 363 - FIVE SIGNED MODERNIST WATERCOLORS.

FIVE SIGNED MODERNIST WATERCOLORS. American, 20th century, watercolor on paper. Fragmented aspects of human forms.

Lot: 364 - TWO PIECE CRYSTAL TABLE ARTICLES.

TWO PIECE CRYSTAL TABLE ARTICLES. Slovenia, mid 20th century. Rogaska ice bucket with metal handle and tongs, 5.75"h. And a lidded jar, 6"h.

Lot: 365 - DAVID CARLSON SILVER ARTS & CRAFTS SPOON.

DAVID CARLSON SILVER ARTS & CRAFTS SPOON. American, 20th century, silver. Hallmarked.

Lot: 366 - SILVER TABLE ARTICLES.

SILVER TABLE ARTICLES. Various origins, early to mid 20th century, sterling. Shaker, set of six plates. Abalone inlaid salt and pepper shakers, fruit forms and more. Thirteen pieces total.

Lot: 367 - NESTOR ALLIGATOR NUT CRACKER.

NESTOR ALLIGATOR NUT CRACKER. American, 20th century, cast iron. Alligator form, jaw acting as cracker. 14"l.

Lot: 368 - SIX SILVER PLATE PLACE CARD HOLDERS.

SIX SILVER PLATE PLACE CARD HOLDERS. Continental, 20th century. The fan shaped body depicting romanticized imagery, the whole raised on a shaped circular foot. 2.5"h. 3.5"w.

Lot: 369 - TRANSFER DECORATED OVAL FOOTED DISH.

TRANSFER DECORATED OVAL FOOTED DISH. English, 20th century, porcelian. Gilt rim and cobalt decoration throughout oval body. 6"h. 14"l.

Lot: 370 - SILVER PLATED BACON DISH.

SILVER PLATED BACON DISH. Twentieth century. Revolving domed top with foliate engraved highlights. 13.75"w.

Lot: 371 - SIX WM. ROGERS PRESIDENTIAL COLLECTOR SPOONS.

SIX WM. ROGERS PRESIDENTIAL COLLECTOR SPOONS. American, 20th century. George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe and John Quicny Adams. 6"l.

Lot: 372 - TWO PIECES CUNARD ROYAL VIKING CRYSTAL.

TWO PIECES CUNARD ROYAL VIKING CRYSTAL. Norway, 20th century. Stoppered decanter and ice bucket. Tallest 9.5"h.

Lot: 373 - TWELVE LIMOGES SALAD PLATES.

TWELVE LIMOGES SALAD PLATES. France, early 20th century. Colorful folaite rims, gold edges. Retailed by Mermod Jaccard & King Jewelry Co., St. Louis. 8.6"dia.

Lot: 374 - FOUR DELFT CHARGERS.

FOUR DELFT CHARGERS. European, 20th century. All blue and white, showing ships at sea, sheep herder, horse drawn sleigh and landscape. Largest 16.25"dia.

Lot: 374A - LIMOGES PORCELAIN FISH SERVICE.

LIMOGES PORCELAIN FISH SERVICE. France, mid 20th century. Marked "Rochard". Platter and twelve serving plates, all with assorted fish designs. Platter 15.75"w.

Lot: 376 - THREE STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES AND A SPILL VASE.

THREE STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES AND A SPILL VASE. English, 19th century. A man and two women each seen standing and one holding a spaniel together with a spill vase having a brown and white sheep. Largest 7"t.

Lot: 377 - WATERFORD TABLE LAMP.

WATERFORD TABLE LAMP. Ireland, 20th century, crystal. The cut crystal body raised on a circular brass foot. 40"h.

Lot: 378 - WATERFORD SERVING ARTICLES.

WATERFORD SERVING ARTICLES. Ireland, mid 20th century. Cake plate and server, high stemmed compote, along with two pours, one cream and the other syrup. Largest 5"h.

Lot: 379 - WATERFORD AND ORREFORS COLLECTION.

WATERFORD AND ORREFORS COLLECTION. Assortment of eight Waterford champagne glasses, and an Orrefors rabbit figure.

Lot: 380 - WATERFORD DESSERT PLATES.

WATERFORD DESSERT PLATES. Ireland, 20th century, crystal. Of circular form, 14 point star at center. 6"d.

Lot: 380A - SIX PIECES OF FENTON.

SIX PIECES OF FENTON. American, early to mid 20th century, glass. Two Jacqueline pitchers, one green over milk glass and one cranberry, one pink over milkglass hobnail center bowl, yellow striped opalescent pitcher with reeded handle, green case

Lot: 381 - ROSEVILLE POTTERY VASE.

ROSEVILLE POTTERY VASE. American, early 20th century. Rozane portrait vase, showing a man wearing hat to the dark brown ground. Crack repaired. 12.25"h.

Lot: 382 - FOUR FENTON ART GLASS PIECES.

FOUR FENTON ART GLASS PIECES. All with paper labels. Spiral optic Blue Ridge 80th anniversary edition basket with cobalt rope handle and rim, 9.5"h. Blue Ridge 80th aniversary bowl with cobalt rim, 3"h. 9"w. And two French opalescent diamond quilted

Lot: 384 - FENTON AND WESTMORELAND ART GLASS COLLECTION.

FENTON AND WESTMORELAND ART GLASS COLLECTION. American, 20th century. Five pieces. Fenton Atlantis Koi pattern red iridised jar, Fenton teal and carnival lion and orange tree rose bowl (1980s), and Westmoreland matching lilac double handled bowl

Lot: 385 - TWO PIECES HAND PAINTED FENTON ART GLASS.

TWO PIECES HAND PAINTED FENTON ART GLASS. American, 20th century. Both Burmese, including a dragon fly and pond lily pitcher designed by Frances Burton and painted by Marilyn Wagner, 568/1450, 8.25"h. And an 85th Anniversary 1990 stoppered petit

Lot: 386 - FOUR PIECE PINK OPALINE GLASS.

FOUR PIECE PINK OPALINE GLASS. Cambridge Crown Tuscan. Nude holding shell compote, pair of gilt highlighted dolphin and nautilus shell candle holders, and a matching dolphin and nautilus shell vase. Tallest 8"h.

Lot: 387 - SIX ART GLASS COVERED DISHES.

SIX ART GLASS COVERED DISHES. Hens on the nest. Two amethyst and white swirl slag glass (likely Westmoreland, or Atterbury), Fenton carnival glass, blue & white swirl glass, white head on sky blue body and nest, and a pink opalescent bird with berry

Lot: 388 - FIVE PIECES CRANBERRY HOBNAIL ART GLASS.

FIVE PIECES CRANBERRY HOBNAIL ART GLASS. American, 20th century. Jack in the pulpit vase with oval "Fenton 8" impression, handled cruet, ovoidal stoppered perfume and pair of shakers, likley all Fenton. Tallest 9"h.

Lot: 389 - FENTON GLASS HAND VASE.

FENTON GLASS HAND VASE. American, 1992. Black Rose, unmarked, iridised finish. QVC exclusive limited edition. 10.5"h.

Lot: 390 - TWO ART GLASS JARS.

TWO ART GLASS JARS. American, late 19th- early 20th century. Peachblow diamond quilt biscuit jar, Mt Washington, with silver plate mounts, and a cranberry glass condiment jar with Redfield & Rice of New York mount. Tallest 8"h.

Lot: 391 - PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH GLASS BOTTLE.

PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH GLASS BOTTLE. American, late 18th- early 19th century. The human figures in period clothing surounded by multi-colored decorations and text. 9"h.

Lot: 392 - ZSOLNAY GREEN EOSIN FIGURE.

ZSOLNAY GREEN EOSIN FIGURE. Hungary, first half 20th century. Kneeling Art Deco porcelain figure of a woman. 9.75"h.

Lot: 393 - TWO FLOOR LAMP TABLES.

TWO FLOOR LAMP TABLES. American, 20th century. One on disc form circular base, the other a tripod base. Tallest 58"h.

Lot: 394 - ADAMS STACK BOOKCASE.

ADAMS STACK BOOKCASE. American, early 20th century, walnut. Four units with glazed horizontal doors. 61.75"h. 35.25"w. 12.75"d.

Lot: 395 - DRESSER.

DRESSER. American, ca. 1900. Three drawers with naturalistic carved handles. 38"h. 39"w. 19"d.

Lot: 396 - CHEST ON STAND.

CHEST ON STAND. American, ca. 1900. Three drawers with knob handles, on tall straight legs. 49.5"h. 29"w. 16"d.

Lot: 397 - CONTEMPORARY CHAIR.

CONTEMPORARY CHAIR. American, 20th century. High barrel back form with brass tack and brown leather upholstery, tapering legs, on rollers. 42.5"h. seat 19"h. 26.5"w.

Lot: 398 - THREE MARBLE TOP TABLE SET.

THREE MARBLE TOP TABLE SET. American, 20th century. Pair of rectangular and coffee table, on matching four part pedestal supports. 28"h. and 20.5"h.

Lot: 399 - MATCHBOOK HOLDER ASHTRAY.

MATCHBOOK HOLDER ASHTRAY. American, early 20th century, brass. Classical ornate brass work supports an antique box of matches raised on short standard above tray. 5"h.

Lot: 400 - FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT CLOCK BY BULOVA.

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT CLOCK BY BULOVA. American, 20th century. Shelf clock in homage to legendary architect.

Lot: 401 - EDISON STANDING RECORD PLAYER.

EDISON STANDING RECORD PLAYER. American, early 20th century. Stand up record player in wooden case.

Lot: 402 - EDISON TALKING MACHINE.

EDISON TALKING MACHINE. American, early 20th century. Table top talking machine with brass horn.

Lot: 403 - ART DECO MANTLE CLOCK BY VERDETTE.

ART DECO MANTLE CLOCK BY VERDETTE. France, mid 20th century. Octagonal gold face and classic deco design.

Lot: 404 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER.

NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. American, late 19th- early 20th century. Counter top cash register on marble base.

Lot: 405 - THOMAS MOORE LANTERN CLOCK.

THOMAS MOORE LANTERN CLOCK. American, late 19th- early 20th century, brass. Incised brass work with face reading Tho Moore Ipsum, after legendary clock maker.

Lot: 406 - PAIR OF PERKO PERKINS MARITIME LAMPS.

PAIR OF PERKO PERKINS MARITIME LAMPS. American, early 20th century, brass. Two brass encased ship lamps in good condition.

Lot: 407 - PAIR BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

PAIR BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Russian, early 20th century. Full bearded figural stems holding the two candles. 9.1"h.

Lot: 408 - VINTAGE PARKING METER.

VINTAGE PARKING METER. American, 20th century. Green painted Art Deco case. 14.75"h.

Lot: 409 - ANTIQUE WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER.

ANTIQUE WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER. American, 19th century. All original typewriter from historical manufacturer.

Lot: 410 - GEORGE WOSTENHOLM & SONS RAZOR.

GEORGE WOSTENHOLM & SONS RAZOR. England, early 20th century. IXL Washington Works Sheffield razor in original box along with two addition razors by Gray & Dudley and Witte (Germany) along with an old razor strap.

Lot: 411 - FOUR PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUPS.

FOUR PORCELAIN FIGURE GROUPS. Continental, 20th century. Herend man and woman, 6.5"h. Along with three other German groups", 7.5"h.

Lot: 412 - MACKENZIE-CHILDS CERAMIC COLLECTION.

MACKENZIE-CHILDS CERAMIC COLLECTION. American. Large ruffled bowl, ruffled platter, four cups, two ruffled bowls, sugar and cream pitcher. 10 pieces. Largest 21.8"l.

Lot: 413 - SILVER SERVING UTENSILS.

SILVER SERVING UTENSILS. Twentieth century. Stieff Co. sterling handled three-part carving set. English two-part fish service with sterling rings. And Mexican Emilia Castillo two-part salad set. 15"l.

Lot: 414 - FOUR FRAMED SILHOUETTES BY WILLIAM HENRY BROWN

FOUR FRAMED SILHOUETTES BY WILLIAM HENRY BROWN (AMERICAN, 1808-1883). Lithographs, inscribed "From life by Wm. H. Brown" lower left and "Lith. of E.B. and E.C. Kellogg" lower right. Black and white shilouettes depicting Henry Alexander Wise, Henry

Lot: 414A - HONORE DAUMIER BOOK OF LITHOS.

HONORE DAUMIER BOOK OF LITHOS. American, early 20th century, prints on paper in bound book. Twenty four individual lithos comprised in one setting.

Lot: 415 - MURAL STUDY (AMERICAN SCHOOL, EARLY - MID 20TH

MURAL STUDY (AMERICAN SCHOOL, EARLY - MID 20TH CENTURY). Pastel on paper, unsigned. Birdseye view of a country landscape with farms and lanes. Graphite grid visible over drawing. 13"h. 24.5"w., portfolio 16.5"h. 28"w.

Lot: 416 - WAITING FOR HIS RETURN AFTER WILLIAM LADD TAYLOR

WAITING FOR HIS RETURN AFTER WILLIAM LADD TAYLOR (AMERICAN, 1854-1926). Print. Inscribed and dated "W. L. Taylor 1899" lower right. Depicting a woman on her front porch awaiting her loved one's return. 20"h. 16"w., framed 31"h. 27"w.

Lot: 417 - GENRE SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY).

GENRE SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY). Watercolor on paper, unsigned. Architecture in foreground on historic city corner with figures and buggy. 9.5'h. 14'w., in a modern frame, 19'h. 25'w.

Lot: 418 - PAIR OF WORKS BY FRED T. LARSON (AMERICAN,

PAIR OF WORKS BY FRED T. LARSON (AMERICAN, 1868-1944). Etching and drypoint, titled and signed under plate. Two framed pieces featuring a street scene, Gaiety Court, along with maritime scene, The Clipper. Both 5.5'h. 3.5'w., framed, 10'h. 8.5'w.

Lot: 419 - THE FAMILY BY E. NACHBAR (AMERICAN, MID-20TH

THE FAMILY BY E. NACHBAR (AMERICAN, MID-20TH CENTURY). Lithograph, signed lower right and numbered "106/185." Portrait of three girls in sepia tones, inscribed with title verso. Sight 23"h. 17.5"w., matted and framed 30.35"h. 24"w.

Lot: 420 - ST. LOUIS ABSTRACT ONE AND TWO BY DEJONEIRO JONES

ST. LOUIS ABSTRACT ONE AND TWO BY DEJONEIRO JONES (AMERICAN, 21ST CENTURY) Acrylic on board, signed lower. Vibrant colors, currency, and bravado brush strokes with political undertones by the prolific regional artist. Largest unframed 28"h. 22"w.

Lot: 421 - ENTRYWAY TO THE AMAZON BY CHARLES EDELMAN

ENTRYWAY TO THE AMAZON BY CHARLES EDELMAN (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Collage with ink and watercolor. Signed and dated "Edelman 6/22/08" lower right. Colorful abstract multi-media composition. 17.5"h. 23.5"w., framed 24"h. 30"w.

Lot: 422 - GENRE SCENE IN THE MANNER OF HENRI

GENRE SCENE IN THE MANNER OF HENRI TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (FRENCH, 1864-1901). Dry point etching, signed in plate lower left. A man and woman look longingly at each other. Bearing papermark lower right of an eagle interlocked with a woman. 19'h. 23'w.

Lot: 423 - FARSI PORTFOLIO PAINTING.

FARSI PORTFOLIO PAINTING. Persia, 19th century, gouache on manuscript leaf. An noblewoman is caravanned through rolling hills by several attendants and animals. Text to back. 5.5'h. 9.5'w. Framed and matted, 13.5'h. 17.5'w.

Lot: 424 - TWO BOUND VOLUMES OF OLD ETCHINGS.

TWO BOUND VOLUMES OF OLD ETCHINGS. American and Europe. Dozens of unframed, loose leaf etchings from the late 18th to early 20th century, many signed.

Lot: 425 - COPPER REPOUSSE PLAQUE

COPPER REPOUSSE PLAQUE Continental, late 19th century. Round framed plaque of mother and child.

Lot: 426 - TWO MUGHAL BONE PORTRAITURES.

TWO MUGHAL BONE PORTRAITURES. Persian, 19th century. Lovers embrace in courtyard setting with a reclining woman.

Lot: 427 - MUGHAL ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS.

MUGHAL ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS. Persia, 19th century. Loose leaf paintings and calligraphy.

Lot: 427A - MASAI CEREMONIAL HEADDRESS.

MASAI CEREMONIAL HEADDRESS. Kenya, late 19th- early 20th century. Hand woven construction with hair and beads.

Lot: 428 - PRE-COLUMBIAN JADE SERPENT EYE.

PRE-COLUMBIAN JADE SERPENT EYE. South American, possibly Chajul, likely 15th century, jade. Double sided jade carving of serpent eye, each side symetrical but unidentical. 4.5"h. 6"w. 2"d. Together with authentification letter from Dr. John Fox.

Lot: 428A - COLLECTION OF MADE FOR MARKET AFRICAN ARTICLES.

COLLECTION OF MADE FOR MARKET AFRICAN ARTICLES. Various African countries. Various human figures as well as necklace and a seal skinned shield.

Lot: 429 - NAZCA VALLEY MUMMY SHROUD FRAGMENTS.

NAZCA VALLEY MUMMY SHROUD FRAGMENTS. Central American, 16th century. Collection of six different examples of mummifying fabric. Each seperately encased. Largest approx. 9.5" x 6".

Lot: 430 - PACIFIC NORTHWEST TLINGIT HALIBUT FISH CLUB.

PACIFIC NORTHWEST TLINGIT HALIBUT FISH CLUB. North America, 18th/19th century, hard wood. Double sided full relief carving with pierced mouth, large eyes, and continuous interlacing line work to back; knotched hand grip and terminating in blunt

Lot: 431 - TWO MARINE FOSSILS.

TWO MARINE FOSSILS. Half sphere encasing crustacean along with smaller shard. 5" dia.

Lot: 432 - PRE COLUMBIAN FISH FORM EFFIGY.

PRE COLUMBIAN FISH FORM EFFIGY. South American, 19th century, stone. Primitive form and incised carvings. 5.5"l.

Lot: 432A - TRANSITIONAL PERIOD PRE COLUMBIAN SILVER MONKEY

TRANSITIONAL PERIOD PRE COLUMBIAN SILVER MONKEY HANDLED DRUG CUP. Likely Peru, possibly 16th century, silver. Crimpled rim and ovoid pot body with applied handle in the form of a climbing monkey, 1.5"h.

Lot: 433 - CARVED WOODEN TURTLE.

CARVED WOODEN TURTLE. American, wood. Finely carved turtle in waves.

Lot: 433A - BAMBARA CHIWARA AND RELATED ARTICLES.

BAMBARA CHIWARA AND RELATED ARTICLES. West Africa, early 20th century, exotic wood. A hand carved Chiwara in typical form with elongated horn pairing, together with two small Kenyan masks, and a short effigy spear.

Lot: 434 - MOLA.

MOLA. Sanblas Islands, Panama, 20th century. Traditional patterning for Kuna female garb.

Lot: 434A - BOW AND ARROW.

BOW AND ARROW. South America, mid-20th century. Hand made bow and arrow wrapped in multiple color twill and accompanied by quiver and small arrows.

Lot: 435 - PRE-COLUMBIAN KERO CUP.

PRE-COLUMBIAN KERO CUP. Central America, exotic wood. Tapering cylidrical form, hand carved.

Lot: 436 - PRE COLUMBIAN NAZCA TEXTILE.

PRE COLUMBIAN NAZCA TEXTILE. Central American. Mummy shroud fragment.

Lot: 437 - FRAMED FABRIC.

FRAMED FABRIC. China, 19th century. Roses and insects in shades of blue and beige. 14"w. 15"h.

Lot: 438 - IKAK / BATAK / DYAK TEXTILE.

IKAK / BATAK / DYAK TEXTILE. Indonesia, 19th century. Hand woven textile with regional patterning.

Lot: 439 - LION PATTERN BATAK.

LION PATTERN BATAK. Indonesia, likely Sumatra, 19th century. Small lion patterned batak.

Lot: 440 - ANCESTRAL IKAT.

ANCESTRAL IKAT. Indonesia, 19th century. Ancestral figures decorate entirety. 32"l. 12"w.

Lot: 440A - PAIR OF NAZCA VALLEY CARVED BONE ANCESTRAL

PAIR OF NAZCA VALLEY CARVED BONE ANCESTRAL FERTILITY SCULPTURES. Peruvian Nazca Valley area, 15th/16th century, bone. Male and female carved figure having hands to stomach, the female form being pregnant. Heavy marooning and adzing to encrusted

Lot: 441 - PHURBA RITUAL DAGGER.

PHURBA RITUAL DAGGER. Tibet, early 20th century, bronze. Of typical form, encased. Full length 6".

Lot: 442 - PRE COLUMBIAN EFFIGY GRINDING PESTLE.

PRE COLUMBIAN EFFIGY GRINDING PESTLE. Peru, 15th/16th century, tempered exotic wood. The convex grinding end well carved and inset with mother of pearl geometric forms conforming to human form handle acting as inverted stand support. 8"h.

Lot: 443 - PRE COLUMBIAN JADE CARVING OF MASK.

PRE COLUMBIAN JADE CARVING OF MASK. South American, Gautemalas Mayan Chajul region, 15th century, jade. Double sided carving, one side in the form of mask. 4.5"h. 6"w. Bearing label which reads "Personal Find by John Fox in Guatemala's Mayan Lxil

Lot: 444 - CONQUISTADOR MASK.

CONQUISTADOR MASK. Spain, late 19th century, copper. The enamel paint covering the form of a human face. 17"h.

Lot: 445 - LARGE FRENCH MARBLE SCULPTURE IN THE MANNER OF

LARGE FRENCH MARBLE SCULPTURE IN THE MANNER OF ERTE. France, early to mid 20th century, marble and alabaster.

Lot: 446 - LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WATERFORD.

LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WATERFORD. Ireland, mid 20th century, crystal. Twelve water glasses and twelver water stems, twelve champagne coupes, twelve cordials, eleven short tumblers, and a pitcher. Sixty pieces total.

Lot: 447 - MCM SHRIMP COCKTAIL SERVING SET.

MCM SHRIMP COCKTAIL SERVING SET. American, mid 20th century, walnut, chrome, and glass. A handles caddy supports two revolving racks each supporting three shell form milkglass dishes and sauce dish.

Lot: 448 - SET OF FOUR NESTING YELLOW PYREX BOWLS.

SET OF FOUR NESTING YELLOW PYREX BOWLS. American, mid 20th century, glass.

Lot: 449 - PAIR OF WIREWORK CHAIRS BY HARRY BERTOIA FOR

PAIR OF WIREWORK CHAIRS BY HARRY BERTOIA FOR KNOLL. American, mid 20th century. The iconic design wirework chair with convex squared back yellow naugahyde upholstered seat.

Lot: 450 - DIAMOND CHAIR AND OTTOMAN BY HARRY BERTOIA FOR

DIAMOND CHAIR AND OTTOMAN BY HARRY BERTOIA FOR KNOLL. American, mid 20th century. Black wirework diamond form having yellow upholstered seat, comes with ottoman.

Lot: 451 - SET OF THREE ALVIN WEAVER SIDE TABLES.

SET OF THREE ALVIN WEAVER SIDE TABLES. American, mid 20th century, painted wood. Black rectangular form having drawer and openwork shelving space. Branded to inside, Alvin Weaver, KS.

Lot: 452 - TULIP SIDE TABLE BY EERO SAARINEN FOR KNOLL.

TULIP SIDE TABLE BY EERO SAARINEN FOR KNOLL. American, mid 20th century. Round fiberboard white laminate top on legendary tulip base.

Lot: 453 - SET OF THREE MCM STACKABLE STOOL SEATS.

SET OF THREE MCM STACKABLE STOOL SEATS. American, mid 20th century, walnut. Teal naugahyde seats on tripod base, stackable for one complete standard height stool or three small floor stools.

Lot: 454 - "JURA" TRAVEL POSTER

"JURA" TRAVEL POSTER France, 1947. Colorful country village landscape below towering cliffs. Publicite S.N.C.F. Framed size 28.5"w. 43.25"h.

Lot: 455 - SIDE CHAIR BY ED WORMLEY FOR DUNBAR.

SIDE CHAIR BY ED WORMLEY FOR DUNBAR. American, mid 20th century. Finished wooden arms, black lacquered body, slight reclined back and saddle seat in original green upholstery. Gold D label to underside.

Lot: 456 - SIDEBOARD BY FOUNDERS.

SIDEBOARD BY FOUNDERS. American, mid 20th century. The elongated rectangular form having cabinet space and drawers.

Lot: 457 - MCM CABINET AND HORSESHOE CHAIR .

MCM CABINET AND HORSESHOE CHAIR . American, mid 20th century, walnut. Asian style chair with black iron latch handle and side chair with caned back by Grand Ledge Chair Co.

Lot: 458 - FLORENCE KNOLL MID CENTURY CHEST OF DRAWERS.

FLORENCE KNOLL MID CENTURY CHEST OF DRAWERS. American, mid 20th century, walnut. Wooden top and drawers, white lament back, three drawers raised on legs, bearing label to underside.

Lot: 459 - COFFEE TABLE BY ALVIN WEAVER.

COFFEE TABLE BY ALVIN WEAVER. American, mid 20th century, lacquered wood. Black lacquer finish on rectangular form with drawers and open shelving.

Lot: 460 - DUNBAR SOFA.

DUNBAR SOFA. American, mid 20th century. Entirely upholstered in original tweed Kermit green, raised on squared leg.

Lot: 461 - KNOLL HEADBOARD AND THREE MID CENTURY LAMPS.

KNOLL HEADBOARD AND THREE MID CENTURY LAMPS. American, mid 20th century. Headboard with caned back and three mid century walnut lamps of varying forms.

Lot: 462 - CUSTOM SIZE AND MATCHING TWIN BED BY T.H. ROBSJOHN

CUSTOM SIZE AND MATCHING TWIN BED BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS FOR WIDDICOMB. American, mid 20th century. Two beds with rectangular headboards with open work barred footboards, one being a twin size, with matching rails. Together with additional twin

Lot: 463 - DRESSER BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS FOR WIDDICOMB.

DRESSER BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS FOR WIDDICOMB. American, mid 20th century. Rectangular form with rounded front edges and having six drawers. Labeled in upper right drawer. 31"h. 69"w. 21"d.

Lot: 463A - PAIR OF FULL SIZE BEDS BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS

PAIR OF FULL SIZE BEDS BY T.H. ROBSJOHN GIBBINGS FOR WIDDICOMB. American, mid 20th century, walnut. Two full size rectangular form solid headboards with metal bed frame.

Lot: 464 - TABLE LAMP WITH PAINTED SHADE.

TABLE LAMP WITH PAINTED SHADE. American, early 20th century. Shade painted with windmill in landscape, the double-loop decorated standard with floral decoration. Shade signed "LB" interior low. 23"h. 16"dia.

Lot: 465 - STAG GLASS HANGING FIXTURE.

STAG GLASS HANGING FIXTURE. American, early 20th century. Octagonal fixture with scrolling and foliate metal overlay to the beige and green panels.

Lot: 466 - TABLE LAMP WITH REVERSE PAINTED SHADE.

TABLE LAMP WITH REVERSE PAINTED SHADE. American, early 20th century. Shade painted with green trees and mountainous landscape, orange sky, on the fluted standard rising from a flowering basket. 25.5"h. 15.75"dia.

Lot: 467 - GILT METAL AND SLAG GLASS TABLE LAMP.

GILT METAL AND SLAG GLASS TABLE LAMP. American, early 20th century. Rococo decorated with light polychrome decoration, colorful slag panels based in shades of blue to both the shade and tapering standard, both electrified. 25"h. 17.5"dia.

Lot: 468 - TWO PAINTED BOUDOIR LAMPS.

TWO PAINTED BOUDOIR LAMPS. American, ca. 1920. One painted with a country landscape and cottage beside a pond, orange sky, 9.25"h. The other domed shade with reverse painted flowering branches on a yellow ground, aesthetic white metal standard,

Lot: 469 - KEROSENE LAMP.

KEROSENE LAMP. American, late 19th century. Matching green and white upper and lower globes with lion mask ornamentation. Inset with "Beacon" lamp (electrified). 23"h.

Lot: 470 - THREE VINTAGE LAMPS.

THREE VINTAGE LAMPS. American, early 20th century. Two standards ONLY - one with gilt patina and Deco floral decoration, the other with brown patina decorated with ribbons and festoons, underside marked "QCBW 819". Both 22"h. The third with

Lot: 471 - COIN-OP TABLE TOP ARCADE GAME.

COIN-OP TABLE TOP ARCADE GAME. Early 20th century. Asian influenced decals to interior and exterior of case. Spring action with marbles and targets. 9"h. 13.5"w. 29"l.

Lot: 472 - GILT METAL REPOUSSE BOUDOIR LAMP.

GILT METAL REPOUSSE BOUDOIR LAMP. American, early 20th century. Shade elaborately decorated with scrolling foliate branches and long hanging beaded tassels, on the gilt metal base with foliate decorations.

Lot: 473 - TABLE LAMP WITH UNIQUE GREEN LEADED SHADE.

TABLE LAMP WITH UNIQUE GREEN LEADED SHADE. American, early 20th century. Layered decagonal shade, each side centering an iridescent turtle back type tile, with inverted lower rim. On the green patinated reeded standard. 25"h. 18"w. 17"d.

Lot: 474 - MUSTACHE, SHAVING AND OCCUPATIONAL PORCELAIN MUG

MUSTACHE, SHAVING AND OCCUPATIONAL PORCELAIN MUG COLLECTION. Continental and American, early 20th century. A large assortment including several Koken of St. Louis, "SALESMAN" occupational, railroad, equestrian, florals and several with saucers.

Lot: 475 - LIFESIZE CHEETAH PUP.

LIFESIZE CHEETAH PUP. Continetnal, 20th century, ceramic. A regal young cheetah in reclining pose. 36"l. 18"h.

Lot: 476 - VINTAGE OAK BARBER CHAIR.

VINTAGE OAK BARBER CHAIR. American, early 20th century. Bears metal label for "August Kern Barber Supply Co. - St. Louis", with patent date of "Sept. 21, 1901 & Dec. 1, 1903". Red leather tack upholstery on the oak and steel hydraulic frame with

Lot: 477 - BRONZE TABLE LAMP WITH REVERSE PAINTED SHADE.

BRONZE TABLE LAMP WITH REVERSE PAINTED SHADE. American, early 20th century. Shade painted with colorful mountainous landscape and blue sky, fluted columnar cast bronze standard. 28"h. 17.8"dia.

Lot: 478 - TWO VINTAGE WOVEN HANDLED BASKETS.

TWO VINTAGE WOVEN HANDLED BASKETS. American. One a buttocks basket, the other a darker lidded basket.

Lot: 479 - GILT METAL AND GLASS CENTERPIECE BOWL.

GILT METAL AND GLASS CENTERPIECE BOWL. Continental, early 20th century. In the manner of Loetz. Green glass bowl set within the elaborate flower and leaf mounting, interior crack to the bowl. 20.5"h.

Lot: 480 - TABLE LAMP WITH REVERSE PAINTED SHADE.

TABLE LAMP WITH REVERSE PAINTED SHADE. American, early 20th century. Shade painted with winter landscape and evergreens, orange sky. On the tapering fluted standard with dark green patina. 20"h. 13.9"dia.

Lot: 481 - ORIENTAL FURNITURE ENSEMBLE.

ORIENTAL FURNITURE ENSEMBLE. China, 20th century. Storage trunk, side cabinet, four-panel room screen and set of four stack tables, all ebonized with hand painted and applied mineral decoration.

Lot: 482 - THREE JADE TREES.

THREE JADE TREES. China, 20th century. Colorful flowering branches, all in green pots. 18"h.

Lot: 483 - CHINESE ROBES.

CHINESE ROBES. Early to mid 20th century, silk and cotton. The white robe with cobalt and pale blue decoration of figures, landscapes, and bats together with a newer dragon robe.

Lot: 484 - NYPHENBURG BLANC DE CHINE PORCELIAN.

NYPHENBURG BLANC DE CHINE PORCELIAN. Germany, mid 20th century, porcelain. The Asian style figure in all white. 6"h.

Lot: 485 - ROSENTHAL PORCELAIN FIGURE.

ROSENTHAL PORCELAIN FIGURE. Germany, early 20th century, porcelain. A female figure stands inside a blossoming flower bulb. 5.5"h.

Lot: 486 - MEIJI STYLE VASE.

MEIJI STYLE VASE. Japan, 20th century, bronze. Patinated and covered with relief figures of animals; Meiji style but not period. 12"h. 7"w.

Lot: 487 - JAILERS MATCHLOCK KEY GUN.

JAILERS MATCHLOCK KEY GUN. Continental, 17th/18th century, metal. The large skeleton key form with piloted barrel, likely .32 caliber. 7.5"l.

Lot: 488 - THREE PIECE CLOCK GARNITURE.

THREE PIECE CLOCK GARNITURE. Continental, early 20th century. Clock and pair of matching five-light candelabra. Etched black slate with rouge marble highlights, gilt metal mounts. Clock 17.25"h. Castlettes 16.75"h.

Lot: 489 - TWO PORCELAIN VASES.

TWO PORCELAIN VASES. Both reproductions of earlier pieces. One large gilt decorated lidded vase, panels showing couples in garden settings, cobalt ground to top & bottom, marked "Royal Vienna", 25.5"h. With a Satsuma style lidded base, China, gilt

Lot: 490 - TWO PAIR OF SEWERTILE BOOKENDS.

TWO PAIR OF SEWERTILE BOOKENDS. American, early 20th century, ceramics. In naturalistic forms.

Lot: 491 - FOUR PIECES OF SEWER TILE TOBBACCIANA.

FOUR PIECES OF SEWER TILE TOBBACCIANA. American, early 20th century, ceramic. Ash receivers and match holders in naturalistic forms.

Lot: 492 - PAIR TALL CANDLESTICKS.

PAIR TALL CANDLESTICKS. Florentine style, polychrome decorated in mostly gilt, to the thin copper wrapping. 26"h.

Lot: 493 - VINTAGE TOBACCIANA ASSORTMENT.

VINTAGE TOBACCIANA ASSORTMENT. American, mid 20th century. St. Claude pipe and leather pouch, miscellaneous Camel accessories including cards and lighters.

Lot: 493A - FIGURAL MEERSCHAUM PIPE.

FIGURAL MEERSCHAUM PIPE. Early 20th century. Carved in the form of two horses, used. 4.75"l.

Lot: 494 - PETERSON SHERLOCK HOLMES PIPE.

PETERSON SHERLOCK HOLMES PIPE. Ireland, early to mid 20th century. Of typical form with wooden bowl and serpentined shaft, with original pouch.

Lot: 495 - BRONZE FLOOR LAMPS.

BRONZE FLOOR LAMPS. Japan, early 20th century. Applied with birds, trees and mythical figures, associated shade. 60"h.

Lot: 496 - MASSIVE DOUBLE MIRRORED BUFFET HUNT BAR BACK.

MASSIVE DOUBLE MIRRORED BUFFET HUNT BAR BACK. Continental, early 20th century. A central dog carving connects two rising cabinet spaces with mirrored backs over marble slabs resting on a separate pair of cabinets. Altered for electrical outlet.

Lot: 497 - MASSIVE HALL BENCH.

MASSIVE HALL BENCH. American, early 20th century, oak. Stripe upholstered back and seat with two rising arms terminating on circular feet. 64"h. 73"w. 32"d.

Lot: 498 - ORNATE WHITE MANTLE.

ORNATE WHITE MANTLE. Continental, late 19th- early 20th century, painted wood. Cherub to center over rectangular form with heavy relief carvings of fruit and figures. 91.75"w. 59"h. 13"d.

Lot: 499 - VICTORIAN ERA FIREPLACE SURROUND MANTLE.

VICTORIAN ERA FIREPLACE SURROUND MANTLE. Continental, late 19th- early 20th centutry. Rectangular form, late vicotiran inspired, carved. 72.5"w. 51"h. 11.5"d.

Lot: 500 - SET OF EIGHT BALTIMORE HITCHCOCK STYLE CHAIRS.

SET OF EIGHT BALTIMORE HITCHCOCK STYLE CHAIRS. American, mid 20th century, ebonized wood. Typical Baltimore form with caned seating. 35.5"h. 17"seat. 18"w.

Lot: 501 - UPHOLSTERED ARM CHAIR.

UPHOLSTERED ARM CHAIR. American, early 20th century, walnut. The multi arched crest and arms over floral seat terminating on tapered legs.

Lot: 502 - CORNER CHAIR.

CORNER CHAIR. Continental, mid 19th century, walnut. Horsehoe shaped crest and rush seating on four squared legs.

Lot: 503 - KRONHEIM & OLDENBUSCH ARTS & CRAFTS ENCRIER.

KRONHEIM & OLDENBUSCH ARTS & CRAFTS ENCRIER. American, early 20th century. With two covered inkwells.

Lot: 504 - FOUR ART DECO TABLE ARTICLES.

FOUR ART DECO TABLE ARTICLES. American, 20th century. All black & chrome. Ronson cigarette dispensor / lighter. Westclox alarm clock. Hammond electric alarm clock. General Electric table clock.

Lot: 505 - BRONZE VASE.

BRONZE VASE. Japan, early 20th century, signed. Applied flower to the outside. Brown patina with gilt highlighted pestal to the flower. 12.25"h.

Lot: 506 - TWO BRONZE VASES.

TWO BRONZE VASES. Japan, 20th century. One a two-part with brown patina showing a dragon up the neck and birds below, 18.25"h. With a gilt patina trumpet form with applied dragon up the neck, 12.75"h.

Lot: 507 - TWO BISQUE BUSTS.

TWO BISQUE BUSTS. Italy, 20th century. By Luigi Giergio Benacchio. Young boy and girl, on bold plinths. 7.5"h.

Lot: 508 - TWO ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE LAMPS.

TWO ARTS & CRAFTS STYLE LAMPS. American, early 20th century. White metal three-arm palm tree lamp, the standard also lighted with colorful shade coverings, 19"h. And a copper and bronze finished vasiform standard with domed beige slag glass shade,

Lot: 509 - LOVE'S MILES PER HOUR RAILROAD INDICATOR.

LOVE'S MILES PER HOUR RAILROAD INDICATOR. American, late 19th century, brass. Disc form rotation dial used to calculate a train's speed. 2.5" dia.

Lot: 510 - ANTIQUE SICK ROOM THERMOMETER.

ANTIQUE SICK ROOM THERMOMETER. American, mid 19th century, wood. Ranges of titled temperatures including "too cold", "bedroom cold", "sickroom cold", "healthy room" and more. 10.25"h. 2"w.

Lot: 511 - MID CENTURY METEOROLOGICAL STANDARD WEATHER GUIDE.

MID CENTURY METEOROLOGICAL STANDARD WEATHER GUIDE. American, mid 20th century. Weather guide with ilustrated examples of cloud types, built in barometer, and instructions of use to backside. 10.5"h. 2.5"w.

Lot: 512 - SILVER STAND CARD CALENDAR.

SILVER STAND CARD CALENDAR. American, early 20th century. Day and date cards fitted into silver desktop holder. 5"h. 3.75"w.

Lot: 513 - MISSOURI GOLF ASSOCIATION TRIBUTE TROPHY.

MISSOURI GOLF ASSOCIATION TRIBUTE TROPHY. American, second quarter 20th century, silverplate. Fluted neck double-handled urn form. Engraved with inscription "Missouri Golf Association 31st Annual Championship Bellerive Country Club St. Louis, Mo.

Lot: 514 - JEAN POUYAT MUG.

JEAN POUYAT MUG. French, late 19th century, porcelain. Hand painted and gilt decorated European blank in greens and white with dragon handle by the epic artist.

Lot: 515 - PRATT FENTON STAFFORDSHIRE SHAVING MUG.

PRATT FENTON STAFFORDSHIRE SHAVING MUG. England, mid 19th century, porcelain. Transferware medallion panels featuring scenes of country life over pink glaze with gilt highlights. Stamped underside "Pratt Fenton 123." 4"h.

Lot: 516 - FAIENCE CANDLESTICK.

FAIENCE CANDLESTICK. Italy, mid 20th centurty, ceramic. Mythical creature holding onto shield conforming to candlestick and bobeche. 5.25"h. 7"w.

Lot: 517 - BOHEMIAN CUT EMERALD CRYSTAL EWER WITH GORHAM

BOHEMIAN CUT EMERALD CRYSTAL EWER WITH GORHAM MOUNTS. Continental, late 19th century, cut glass. Brilliant period glassworks with multi-faceted cuts and mounted with Gorham silver pour spout. 9.75"h. 5.5"w.

Lot: 518 - DIMINUTIVE SILVER TEA POT.

DIMINUTIVE SILVER TEA POT. English, late 19th-early 20th century, silverplate. Reed bound handle, serpentine spout, cylindrical body. 5.25"h.

Lot: 519 - OAK WALL MIRROR.

OAK WALL MIRROR. Continental. , early 20th century. Cartouche form with detailed scrolling foliate carvings, a pocket below the mirror with lion mask medallion. 40"h. 21.5"w.

Lot: 520 - OAK CENTER TABLE.

OAK CENTER TABLE. American, ca. 1910. Shaped square top, on thick turned legs with large metal claw feet holding crystal balls. 30"h. 27.25"sq.

Lot: 521 - OAK CENTER TABLE.

OAK CENTER TABLE. American, early 20th century. Circular top on double barely twist legs. 29"h. 30"dia.

Lot: 522 - HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD WICKER PLATFORM ROCKING CHAIR.

HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD WICKER PLATFORM ROCKING CHAIR. American, first half 20th century, likely Heywood-Wakefield. Elaborate wicker-work back with chain ornamentation. 49"h. 27"w.

Lot: 523 - OAK REVOLVING BOOKCASE.

OAK REVOLVING BOOKCASE. American, early 20th century. Square with slat work ornamentation. 41"h. 20"sq.

Lot: 524 - TWO VINTAGE WALL PHONES.

TWO VINTAGE WALL PHONES. American, early 20th century. One an oak wall mount case. The other with separate rotary box beside the 'accordian' mounted receiver with early headset.

Lot: 525 - OAK CENTER TABLE.

OAK CENTER TABLE. American, early 20th century. Shaped square top on fluted and turned legs with metal claw and glass ball feet. 29.5"h. 22"sq.

Lot: 526 - CHILD'S OAK ROCKING CHAIR.

CHILD'S OAK ROCKING CHAIR. American, early 20th century. Carved top rail and bentwood arms. 29"h. 15"w.

Lot: 527 - TWO OAK SIDE TABLES.

TWO OAK SIDE TABLES. American, early 20th century. One rectangular, the other with shaped square top, both with flat paddle form legs. 30"h.

Lot: 528 - CYLINDRICAL OAK COMMODE.

CYLINDRICAL OAK COMMODE. American, ca. 1900. Hinged lid opens to the hinged ring, with fitted enamel interior, tambour finish to top and side. 16"h. 17"dia.

Lot: 529 - OAK CENTER TABLE.

OAK CENTER TABLE. American, early 20th century. Shaped square top on turned legs with metal claw feet holding glass balls. 28"h. 24"sq.

Lot: 530 - OAK HALL SEAT WITH TALL MIRROR BACK.

OAK HALL SEAT WITH TALL MIRROR BACK. American, early 20th century. Rosette medallions and metal hooks around the mirror panel, lyre form seat below. 84"h. 24"w.

Lot: 531 - INGRAHAM SHELF CLOCK.

INGRAHAM SHELF CLOCK. American, ca. 1900. Rococo carved surround, eglomise door below the circular dial. 22"h. 14.75"w.

Lot: 532 - VICTOR TABLE TOP VICTROLA.

VICTOR TABLE TOP VICTROLA. American, early 20th century. Open oak case with sound access doors to the front. Style "V V-IV". 13"sq.

Lot: 533 - BRADLEY & HUBBARD LAMP STANDARD.

BRADLEY & HUBBARD LAMP STANDARD. American, early 20th century. Arts & Crafts verticle strap-like design, acorn pulls. 22"h.

Lot: 534 - PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE FAUTEUILS.

PAIR LOUIS XVI STYLE FAUTEUILS. American, 20th century. Green upholstery. 33"h. seat 17"h. 24.5"w.

Lot: 535 - OAK CIRCULAR COFFEE TABLE.

OAK CIRCULAR COFFEE TABLE. American, early 20th century. Arts & Crafts style on pedestal support. 21"h. 28"dia.

Lot: 536 - OAK FOLD OUT RECAMIER.

OAK FOLD OUT RECAMIER. American, early 20th century. Back rest with carved scrolling foliate highlights, one end raised. 38.5"h. 75"w.

Lot: 537 - RADIO CABINET ON STAND.

RADIO CABINET ON STAND. American, ca. 1920. Carved highlights to the panel doors on top, open shelf at the floor, holding a SPARTON radio. 52"h. 27.5"w. 16"d.

Lot: 538 - EARLY "ART BEDSTEAD CO." OAK ICEBOX.

EARLY "ART BEDSTEAD CO." OAK ICEBOX. American (Chicago), ca. 1910. Three panel doors, bears manufacturer's name plate. 45"h. 34"w.

Lot: 539 - VINTAGE BRASS CASH REGISTER.

VINTAGE BRASS CASH REGISTER. American, early 20th century. By the "NATIONAL" cash register company, white marble ledge to front. 17"h. 17"w.

Lot: 540 - GOLDEN OAK CASED SEWING MACHINE.

GOLDEN OAK CASED SEWING MACHINE. American, early 20th century. Full floor model cabinet case, holding a "STANDARD - ROTARY - CLEVELAND O." treadle machine. Flip top with front door access. 30"h. 26"w.

Lot: 541 - OAK CENTER TABLE.

OAK CENTER TABLE. American, early 20th century. Square top, spool turned legs and medial shelf. 29"h. 16"sq.

Lot: 542 - OAK CASED BRUNSWICK FLOOR MODEL VICTROLA.

OAK CASED BRUNSWICK FLOOR MODEL VICTROLA. American, early 20th century. 45"h. 19"w.

Lot: 543 - ART DECO STYLE FISH BOWL ON STAND.

ART DECO STYLE FISH BOWL ON STAND. American, early 20th century. Glass bowl rests on top of the gilt cast and wrought iron stand with onyx highlights, flanked with lamps on top. 36"h. 17"w.

Lot: 544 - ART DECO STYLE SMOKE STAND / FLOOR LAMP.

ART DECO STYLE SMOKE STAND / FLOOR LAMP. American, early 20th century. Unusual form of chrome and onyx with two adjustable arm-lights on top. 59" at its tallest.

Lot: 545 - OAK ETEGERED WITH FALL FRONT DESK.

OAK ETEGERED WITH FALL FRONT DESK. American, early 20th century. An assortment of shelves and mirrored panels around a compartment with fall front writing surface, three frieze drawers. 57"h. 35"w.

Lot: 546 - OAK BUFFET.

OAK BUFFET. American, early 20th century. Arched foliate carved crest and shelf, above the mirrored back, barely twist supports and pillasters with drawers and cupboard doors.74"h. 54"w.

Lot: 547 - TABLE TOP LETTER BOX.

TABLE TOP LETTER BOX. American, 1934. Custom made, interior inscribed "Mary / Ray July 28, 1934" within a heart with arrow, nail decoration allover. 6.5"h. 16"w. 8.5"d.

Lot: 548 - OAK ADJUSTABLE FIREPLACE FENDER.

OAK ADJUSTABLE FIREPLACE FENDER. English, ca. 1900. Barly twist upper rails, adjustable. 43"w. to 53.5"w.

Lot: 549 - TOY AND COLLECTIBLE COLLECTION.

TOY AND COLLECTIBLE COLLECTION. Victorian horse form pull toy, a vintage cast iron toy paddle boat, black seal figure, "Sunshine Family Service Laundry Co." wall mounted pressed steel match holder, Wolverine and other tin toy marble games, spiraling

Lot: 550 - LARGE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SPICE SET.

LARGE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SPICE SET. German, early 20th century. An assortment of lidded cannisters, grinders and a wall clock, most decorated with windmills. Over one dozen pieces.

Lot: 550A - ONYX ELEPHANT LAMP.

ONYX ELEPHANT LAMP. Continental, early 20th century, onyx and white bronze. Figural elements including classical dophin motif above three supporting elements all wrapping around onyx base.

Lot: 551 - HENREDON CHINOISERIE DESK AND CHAIR.

HENREDON CHINOISERIE DESK AND CHAIR. American, mid 20th century, mahogany. Rectangular form desk having Asian theme and bat form brass handles, with chair.

Lot: 552 - PAIR OF ASIAN SWORDS.

PAIR OF ASIAN SWORDS. China, 20th century, wood and metal. Accompanied by a cane.

Lot: 553 - MID CENTURY TWA BACKGAMMON SET.

MID CENTURY TWA BACKGAMMON SET. American, mid 20th century, oak, ceramic tile, bakelite. The board with wood frame having a green and orange ceramic tile backgammon board with original bakelite game pieces and dice.

Lot: 554 - TWO PERSIAN VESSELS.

TWO PERSIAN VESSELS. India, late 19th- early 20th century, brass. An ewer form and open work vase. Tallest, 26".

Lot: 555 - BRONZE FOO DOG.

BRONZE FOO DOG. China, 20th century. Intentionally patinated to look older. 17"h.

Lot: 556 - THREE PERSIAN RUGS.

THREE PERSIAN RUGS. India, 20th century, wool pile. Three Persian influenced area rugs in different patterns.

Lot: 557 - RESTORATION HARWARE FLOOR LAMPS.

RESTORATION HARWARE FLOOR LAMPS. Likely southeast Asia, 20th century, metal and wood. A painted wood Asian influeced floor lamp as well as a chrome cantilevered floor lamp. Tallest 62"h.

Lot: 558 - PAIR OF HENREDON CHINOISERIE MIRRORS.

PAIR OF HENREDON CHINOISERIE MIRRORS. American, mid 20th century, wood. Faux bamboo in Chinese Chippendale style, openwork top over rectangular form. 47"h.

Lot: 559 - FIVE PIECE RATAN DINETTE SET.

FIVE PIECE RATAN DINETTE SET. American, 20th century. Four barrel back chairs and circular table. Table 28"h. 45"dia. Together with a ratan coffee table having square glass top.

Lot: 560 - PAIR OF DREXEL LOUNGE CHAIRS.

PAIR OF DREXEL LOUNGE CHAIRS. American, mid to late 20th century. Low club style lounge chairs with all over uphosltery in good condition.

Lot: 561 - TWO OVERSIZED DECANTERS.

TWO OVERSIZED DECANTERS. Etched star designs, with tall 'pointed' stoppers. Full height 28"h.

Lot: 562 - LOUIS XV STYLE FAUTEUIL.

LOUIS XV STYLE FAUTEUIL. Brown suede upholstered with scrolling and foliate carved highlights. 38"h. seat 19"h. 22"w.

Lot: 563 - TWO CARVED GUANYIN FIGURES.

TWO CARVED GUANYIN FIGURES. China, 20th century, various material. Two renditions of the goddess of mercy.

Lot: 564 - CELADON LAMP.

CELADON LAMP. China, 20th century, ceramic. Animal form.

Lot: 565 - ROOM DIVIDER SCREEN.

ROOM DIVIDER SCREEN. China, 20th century. Four panels, one side showing figures among a garden setting and pagoda to the silver background, black back side with flowers. 72"h. 64"w.

Lot: 566 - HENREDON BEDROOM BENCH.

HENREDON BEDROOM BENCH. American, 20th century. Chinese style with club legs. 18"h. 48"w. 17"d.

Lot: 567 - ROOM DIVIDER SCREEN.

ROOM DIVIDER SCREEN. China, 20th century. Four panels, one side with birds on flowering branches to the gold background, black back side with flowers. 72"h. 64"w.

Lot: 568 - CARVED WOODEN PLAQUE.

CARVED WOODEN PLAQUE. China, 20th century. Landscape with trees and elephants. 20"h. 12"w., framed 26"h. 17.5"w.

Lot: 569 - SIX PANEL ASIAN SCREEN.

SIX PANEL ASIAN SCREEN. Likely China, early 20th century, lacquered and enameled wood. Landscape and animal decoration throughout. 75"h. 106"w.

Lot: 570 - PAIR HENREDON NIGHTSTANDS.

PAIR HENREDON NIGHTSTANDS. American, 20th century. Campaign style with recessed brass hardware, two drawers each. 21.5"h. 24"w. 18"d.

Lot: 571 - HENREDON DRESSER.

HENREDON DRESSER. American, 20th century. Campaign style with recessed brass hardware. 28"h. 64"w. 18"d.

Lot: 572 - FIREPLACE TOOL SET.

FIREPLACE TOOL SET. American, 20th century, copper. Five piece set containg tool rest and four fireplace tools. Made to look hand hammered and patinated but newer.

Lot: 573 - PAIR OF SIMON & HALBIG DOLLS.

PAIR OF SIMON & HALBIG DOLLS. Germany, late 19th- early 20th century. Both dolls with stands and original clothing including cape and dress, labeled. 9"h.

Lot: 574 - KAMMER REINHARDT SIMON & HALBIG DOLL IN

KAMMER REINHARDT SIMON & HALBIG DOLL IN CHRISTENING DRESS. Germany, late 19th century. All original doll in twelve inch format having original and scarce christening dress. 12"h.

Lot: 575 - PARIAN DOLL HOUSE DOLL.

PARIAN DOLL HOUSE DOLL. Continental, late 19th century, bisque. The seven inch doll with original clothing. 7"h.

Lot: 576 - SIMON & HALBIG DOLL.

SIMON & HALBIG DOLL. German, late 19th- early 20th century. The large twelve inch doll with original clothing including red vest. 12.5"h.

Lot: 577 - SIMON & HALBIG PICNIC DOLL.

SIMON & HALBIG PICNIC DOLL. German, late 19th- early 20th century. The braided hair doll with original basket, accessories and clothing. 10.5"h.

Lot: 578 - TIFFANY GLASS ITEMS.

TIFFANY GLASS ITEMS. American, 20th century. A calendar in original box and a lidded jewelry dish in form of present with bow.

Lot: 579 - ASSORTMENT OF ENAMELED JEWELRY.

ASSORTMENT OF ENAMELED JEWELRY. Early to mid 20th century. Collection of seven enameled pieces including two brooches; one enameled pendant; one butterfly brooch watch; one white gold (stamped 500-12k); two halcyon days enamel boxes.

Lot: 580 - THICK JADE BANGLE.

THICK JADE BANGLE. Russia, early to mid 20th century. Rounded edges, deep green color. 3.5" outer diameter, 2.65" inner diameter.

Lot: 581 - COLLECTION OF DESIGNER FASHION.

COLLECTION OF DESIGNER FASHION. Twentieth century. Consisting of designer labels including blue and grey Valentino blazers, hot pink Christian Lacroix skirt suit, houndstooth Armani blazer, Saint Laurent blazer, black Ferragamo sweater. Vintage size

Lot: 582 - FUR COAT AND STOLE.

FUR COAT AND STOLE. American, mid 20th century. Cream colored womens half coat by I. Magnin and a beige stole by H.P. Wasson, Indianapolis.

Lot: 583 - VINTAGE LADIES MICRO BEADED PURSE.

VINTAGE LADIES MICRO BEADED PURSE. Colorful floral bouquets to both sides on a gold ground, full figural swans holding the chain link handle to the gilt scrolling floral frame. 10.5"h. 7"w.

Lot: 584 - MENS FULL LENGTH MINK COAT.

MENS FULL LENGTH MINK COAT. American, mid 20th century. Dark rich black coloring sheared at normal length.

Lot: 585 - BEADED PILLOW.

BEADED PILLOW. American, early 20th century, glass. Beads covering the entirety of the square form.

Lot: 585A - ASSORTMENT OF FUR ACCESSORIES.

ASSORTMENT OF FUR ACCESSORIES. American, mid 20th century, miscellaneous furs. Consisting of two stoles, a lengthy double tailed boa, and fur hat.

Lot: 586 - VINTAGE LADIES MICRO BEADED PURSE.

VINTAGE LADIES MICRO BEADED PURSE. Two red phoenix bird motifs to each side on the navy iridescent ground, grey banner below, silver finished frame and handle. 12.5"h. 7.25"w.

Lot: 586A - FULL LENGTH FUR COAT.

FULL LENGTH FUR COAT. American, mid 20th century, beaver. From the Fur Centre in dark brown.

Lot: 587 - VANITY MIRROR.

VANITY MIRROR. Twentieth century. Silver finished rectangular frame decorated with flowers and putti. Easle form. 14"h. 11"w.

Lot: 588 - VINTAGE BEAD ON LEATHER EVENING PURSE.

VINTAGE BEAD ON LEATHER EVENING PURSE. Continental, early 20th century. Circular form with eight-point star design. Silver finished frame with figural designs, period belt clip a top chain handle. 8"h. 6"w.

Lot: 589 - THREE VINTAGE METAL MESH LADIES EVENING PURSES.

THREE VINTAGE METAL MESH LADIES EVENING PURSES. An Art Deco design micro-mesh Whiting & Davis gilt metal mounted with 'running' colorful floral design, 9"h. Whiting & Davis silver mesh coin purse with 'telescopic' opening neck and original box,

Lot: 590 - FOUR VINTAGE LADIES BEADED EVENING PURSES.

FOUR VINTAGE LADIES BEADED EVENING PURSES. The largest black and amber bead work with foliate gilt metal frame, Hong Kong, 9"w. "K & G Charlet - Paris/New York" blue purse, 7.25"w. Sharonee Japanese white bead bag with grey ribbon design to one

Lot: 591 - CUT GLASS AND VANITY ITEMS.

CUT GLASS AND VANITY ITEMS. Cut glass ice cream dish and celery dish, longest 14.25"l. With one porcelain and one gilt metal lidded boxes. Tallest 3.5"h.

Lot: 592 - FOUR VINTAGE LADIES BEADED PURSES.

FOUR VINTAGE LADIES BEADED PURSES. Circular silver mounted blue and white, Czecho-slovakia, 5.5"w. Brown on brown bag with gilt metal frame and blue stone clips, 7.5"h. Vertical green with gilt metal frame, 6.75"h. Silver on silver bag with loop

Lot: 593 - TWO VINTAGE LADIES COMPACTS.

TWO VINTAGE LADIES COMPACTS. One double hinged with gilt metal 'basket weave' outer finish and chain handle, holding mirror, comb, lipstick and more, 3"h. x 4"w. The other Whiting & Davis with mother-of-pearl covered gilt metal lid, mirror and

Lot: 594 - FIGURAL STATUE BY GEORGE MAXIM (FRENCH, 20TH

FIGURAL STATUE BY GEORGE MAXIM (FRENCH, 20TH CENTURY). Early 20th century, spelter. A butcher gently leans toward a visiting kitten caressing a jar, signed in base. 10"h.

Lot: 595 - CHINESE STACKABLE CHEST.

CHINESE STACKABLE CHEST. Twentieth century. Red lacquer with bird and bamboo decoration, four parts. 48"h.19"w. 13"d.

Lot: 596 - TWO SPELTER FIGURES.

TWO SPELTER FIGURES. France, early 20th century. In the manner of Moreau, both showing women, one with a dog, the other riding the back of a fish, on circular wooden bases. 25.5"h.

Lot: 597 - GOLD RING AND EARRINGS.

GOLD RING AND EARRINGS. American, 20th century, 14k. Pearl earrings and a reticulated ring, size 10.

Lot: 598 - EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF MEXICAN STERLING JEWELRY.

EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF MEXICAN STERLING JEWELRY. Mexico, 20th century, sterling. Four pairs of earrings, two with turqoiuse, squash blossom pendant with chain, six sterling rings set with various stones, and collection of five brooches.

Lot: 599 - SET OF SIX FRENCH COUNTRY STYLE ARM CHAIRS.

SET OF SIX FRENCH COUNTRY STYLE ARM CHAIRS. Continental, early 20th century, walnut. 44"h. 21" Seat 21"w.

Lot: 600 - OAK TABLE AND SIX CHAIRS.

OAK TABLE AND SIX CHAIRS. English, late 19th century, oak. Round solid oak table and leaves with six matching chairs having arched back, open splat, well turned legs. Table 54"d. 30"h., chairs 41.5"h. 18" Seat 18"d.

Lot: 601 - PAIR OF SMALL BACHELORS CHESTS.

PAIR OF SMALL BACHELORS CHESTS. American, 20th century, mahogany. Graduating drawers and brass hardware by Thomasville. 30"h. 24.5"w. 16.5"d.

Lot: 602 - BARLEY TWIST PARTNERS DESK.

BARLEY TWIST PARTNERS DESK. American, late 19th- early 20th century, oak. Rectangular form top over stout legs connected by barley twist stretchers. 30"h. 43"w. 65"d.

Lot: 603 - FULL SIZE FEDERAL STYLE BED.

FULL SIZE FEDERAL STYLE BED. American, 20th century, mahogany. Four poster bed with reeded pillars and ribbon decoration in Federal fashion. 84"h. 54"w between the rails. 72"l between the headboard and foot board.

Lot: 604 - ANTIQUE CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS BED.

ANTIQUE CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS BED. American, 19th century. Bulky standards support decorative brasswork headboard and footboard. 60"h. 58"w. 50"w between the rails.

Lot: 605 - FIREARM DISPLAY GUN CASE.

FIREARM DISPLAY GUN CASE. American, early 20th centiury. Tall case with locking glass front door having felt lined interior and alotments for a dozen rifles over single drawer. 75"h. 44.25"w. 15.5"d.

Lot: 606 - COUNTRY STYLE BOOKCASE.

COUNTRY STYLE BOOKCASE. American, late 19th- early 20th century, walnut. Tall case having double glass doors enclosing shelved interior over four small drawers. 92"h. 64"w. 19"d.

Lot: 607 - AMERICAN PIE SAFE.

AMERICAN PIE SAFE. Late 19th- early 20th century, walnut, tin. Of typical form with peirced tin panels on double doors, shelved interior. 54.5"h. 39.5"l. 15.5"d.

Lot: 608 - MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE.

MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE. American, 20th century, mahogany. Mirrored top over drawers with shapely brass hardware, on double column end supports with splayed legs.

Lot: 609 - VICTORIAN WASHSTAND.

VICTORIAN WASHSTAND. American, late 19th century, walnut. Shapely cornice over beveled mirror resting on marble top surface over drawers and cabinet. 37"h. 54"w. 21"d.

Lot: 610 - ROUND GLASS TOP TABLE.

ROUND GLASS TOP TABLE. American, 20th century. Contemporary designer glass top occassional table. 18"h. 42"w.

Lot: 611 - FALL FRONT DESK.

FALL FRONT DESK. American, late 19th- early 20th century, walnut. Slant front writing surface with lining over case of drawers. 55"h. 30"w. 17"d.

Lot: 612 - VICTORIAN ERA HALL TREE BY M & H SCHRENKEISEN, NEW

VICTORIAN ERA HALL TREE BY M & H SCHRENKEISEN, NEW YORK. American, late 19th century, burl walnut. Parlor furniture featuring large mirror over small marble center and ornate brass hanging racks. Flanking umbrella receptacles with metal trays

Lot: 613 - VICTORIAN ERA ANIMALIA STOOL.

VICTORIAN ERA ANIMALIA STOOL. American, late 19th century, deer antlers. Small ottoman with original upholstery. 17"h.

Lot: 614 - CHILDS TRUNK FILLED WITH TWENTY SEVEN ASSORTED

CHILDS TRUNK FILLED WITH TWENTY SEVEN ASSORTED ASIAN ITEMS. American, 20th century, painted wood. Domed and hinged lid with basketball court graphics throughout, filled with twenty-seven Asian items including porcelain and faux ivory. 24.5"h. 39"w.

Lot: 615 - CHINESE LAQUERED CABINET.

CHINESE LAQUERED CABINET. China, early 20th century. Applied material creates landscape setting with birds flying above figures. 35.5"h. 29.75"w. 14"d.

Lot: 616 - CHINESE LAQUERED MINERAL CABINET.

CHINESE LAQUERED MINERAL CABINET. China, early 20th century. Applied minerals create forms and decorations throughout. 37.5"h. 25"w. 12"d.

Lot: 617 - ROUND GILT MIRROR.

ROUND GILT MIRROR. Twentieth century, ornate plaster ornament with metal gilding. 38"h. 30"w.

Lot: 618 - LITHOPANE LAMP.

LITHOPANE LAMP. Continental, late 19th century. Late electrified four panel lithopane. 4"h.

Lot: 619 - MODERN GLASS TOP TABLE IN THE MANNER OF LALIQUE.

MODERN GLASS TOP TABLE IN THE MANNER OF LALIQUE. Twentieth century, glass. Square glass top resting of four individual panels of decorated glass. 16.25"h. 37.75"sq.

Lot: 620 - WIENER WERKSTATTE AUSTRIAN SCULPTURE.

WIENER WERKSTATTE AUSTRIAN SCULPTURE. Mid 20th century, brass. Boat and rowers, stamped on underside. 10"l.

Lot: 621 - CAUCASIAN DESIGN AREA RUG.

CAUCASIAN DESIGN AREA RUG. Flat weave with four geometric medallions to the red field, navy border. 4' 10" x 7' 6".

Lot: 622 - PERSIAN HALL RUG.

PERSIAN HALL RUG. Iran, 20th century. Ivory on navy pole medallion with matching corners, floral covered red field, navy border. 7'11" x 10'6".

Lot: 623 - PERSIAN HALL RUG.

PERSIAN HALL RUG. Iran, 20th century. Afghan design with ivory pole medallion and matching border, on the soft brown field with grey corners. 6'4" x 9'6".

Lot: 624 - PERSIAN LONG RUG.

PERSIAN LONG RUG. Iran, 20th century. Six geometric medallions run the navy field, deep red border. 4'5" x 14'1".

Lot: 625 - PERSIAN HALL RUG.

PERSIAN HALL RUG. Iran, 20th century. Navy pole medallion and matching corners around the mustard brown field, red border. 4'8" x 9'2".

Lot: 626 - HAND WOVEN PERSIAN DESIGN ROOM RUG.

HAND WOVEN PERSIAN DESIGN ROOM RUG. China, 20th century, silk. Ivory and sky blue folaite pole medallion with matching corners, around the busy scrolling foliate navy field, red primary border. 10'3" x 14'1".

Lot: 627 - HAND WOVEN PERSIAN DESIGN CIRCULAR HALL RUG.

HAND WOVEN PERSIAN DESIGN CIRCULAR HALL RUG. China, 20th century, silk. Ivory pole medallion with radiating chandelier medallions to the foliate decorated red field, ivory border with guard borders. 9'4"dia.

Lot: 628 - HAND WOVEN PERSIAN DESIGN ROOM RUG.

HAND WOVEN PERSIAN DESIGN ROOM RUG. China, 20th century, silk. Ivory on navy foliate pole medallion centers the floral decorated red field with ivory and grey corners, navy primary border with guard borders.

Lot: 629 - HAND WOVEN PERSIAN DESIGN ROOM RUG.

HAND WOVEN PERSIAN DESIGN ROOM RUG. China, 20th century, silk. Large circular foliate medallion centers the floral decorated oval red field with inner gold border, navy primary border with guard borders. 12'3" x 18'5".

Lot: 630 - SILK AREA RUG.

SILK AREA RUG. Persia, 20th century, signed. Scrolling foliate vines with birds on the ivory field, matching soft beige border with light blue guard borders. 2'6"w. 4'1"l.

Lot: 631 - ART DECO ROOMSIZE CARPET.

ART DECO ROOMSIZE CARPET. China, 1st half-20th century, wool. Scrolling floral and foliage decoration on a navy ground set within a purple border. 8' 10"w. 11'7"l.

Lot: 632 - ART DECO ROOMSIZE RUG.

ART DECO ROOMSIZE RUG. China, 1st-half 20th century. Coral ground with scrolling geometric border set within a black border. 9'w. 11'10"l.

Lot: 633 - MODERN MECHANICAL TABLE.

MODERN MECHANICAL TABLE. American, late 20th century, metal and glass. Glass top table over electrified mechanical table with lifts, spheres traveling though ramps and levels. 31"h.

Lot: 634 - CHALKWARE BUST OF A WOMAN.

CHALKWARE BUST OF A WOMAN. Continental, ca. 1910. Titled MIGNON. Colorful polychrome decoration. 22"h.

Lot: 635 - SEVEN PIECES OF FENTON CARNIVAL GLASS.

SEVEN PIECES OF FENTON CARNIVAL GLASS. American, early 20th century, glass. Tall stretch vase, ensemble of ruffled bowls in various colors, and raised covered dish. Tallest, 19"h.

Lot: 636 - SET OF EIGHT NAPCO FEMALE HEAD PLANTERS.

SET OF EIGHT NAPCO FEMALE HEAD PLANTERS. Japan, mid 20th century, ceramic. Eight different designs of the mid century chotchkie. Tallest, 7.5"h.

Lot: 637 - TWO L.G. WRIGHT COVERED DUCK DISHES.

TWO L.G. WRIGHT COVERED DUCK DISHES. American, early 20th century, glass. One dark cobalt with glass eyes, the other amethyst. 9"l.

Lot: 638 - FENTON GLASS BY MARILYN WAGNER.

FENTON GLASS BY MARILYN WAGNER. American, 20th century, glass. Satin glass articles ombré from pink to yellow, signed on underside.

Lot: 639 - FENTON HOBNAIL PUNCHBOWL SET AND TUMBLERS.

FENTON HOBNAIL PUNCHBOWL SET AND TUMBLERS. American, mid 20th century, glass. Pink overlay milkglass hobnail pattern, large punch bowl with 12 matching cups. And set of six floral painted tumblers, possibly Northwoods.

Lot: 640 - FIVE PIECES OF FENTON RUFFLED GLASS DISHES.

FIVE PIECES OF FENTON RUFFLED GLASS DISHES. American, 20th century, glass. Five assorted shapes and sizes with colored ruffled rims including pale blue pitcher, raised green compote, spiraled vase and ruffled bowl.

Lot: 641 - FIVE PIECES OF PINK SATIN GLASS.

FIVE PIECES OF PINK SATIN GLASS. American, 20th century, glass. Assorted forms and sizes by multiple American makers including Fenton.

Lot: 642 - LARGE OLD FENTON COBALT ORANGE TREE PITCHER AND

LARGE OLD FENTON COBALT ORANGE TREE PITCHER AND ASSOCIATED CARNIVAL GLASS. American, early 20th century, glass. Six pieces total; orange tree pitcher 9.5"h, Fenton purple orange tree compote 9"h, Fenton beaded panel rose bowl 4"h, Northwood footed

Lot: 643 - FIVE FENTON JACK IN THE PULPIT VASES.

FIVE FENTON JACK IN THE PULPIT VASES. American, 20th century, glass. Fenton ribbed optic, carnival tulip, cranberry coin, opalescent tulip, and opalescent coin. 11.5"h.

Lot: 644 - FENTON CRANBERRY PITCHERS.

FENTON CRANBERRY PITCHERS. American, early 20th century, glass. Cranberrry feather optic french opalescent pitcher 9"h, and spiral optic, 8"h. Both having Fenton marks, ruffled rim, and roped handle, along with cranberry creamer and vase.

Lot: 645 - SIX BLUE FENTON PIECES INCLUDING HANGING HEARTS

SIX BLUE FENTON PIECES INCLUDING HANGING HEARTS AND BASHFUL CHARLOTTE. Fenton, early 20th century, glass. Hanging hearts vase 9"h, decanter, 9.25"h, blue celeste opalescent stretch bowl 3.75"h, bashful charlotte in flower frog, scarce blue hobnail

Lot: 646 - FENTON VASELINE FLORAL LEAF PITCHER AND ASSOCIATED

FENTON VASELINE FLORAL LEAF PITCHER AND ASSOCIATED VASELINE GLASS. American, early 20th century, glass. Ruffled rim pitcher with floral decoration and reeded handle 10"h, Fenton vaseline feather opalescent perfume aspirator, Heisey bowl 3.5"h,

Lot: 647 - FENTON PITCHER AND DRINKS SET.

FENTON PITCHER AND DRINKS SET. American, 20th century, glass. Green coin dot opalescent pitcher with ruffled rim and reeded handle and set of six matching drink glasses.

Lot: 648 - FENTON PALE BLUE BURMESE BOWL AND ASSOCIATED

FENTON PALE BLUE BURMESE BOWL AND ASSOCIATED ARTICLES. American, 20th century, glass. Ribbed pale blue covered bowl and stand with pink highlights, old Fenton wide crimp pink burmese bowl, iridized floral heart shaped dresser box, and a later Gibson

Lot: 649 - FOUR MISCELLANEOUS AMERICAN GLASS MAKER PIECES.

FOUR MISCELLANEOUS AMERICAN GLASS MAKER PIECES. Mid to late 20th century, glass and ceramic. Fenton limited edition 645/1500 Tranquility Vase designed by T.K. Spindler and painted by C. Griffith, crimpled burmese satin glass bowl, Wavecrest hair

Lot: 650 - EIGHT PIECES OF EAPG BY L.G. WRIGHT.

EIGHT PIECES OF EAPG BY L.G. WRIGHT. American, early 20th century, glass. Two Westward Ho covered compotes, one short and one raised, a set of five L.G. Wright gilt table articles including creamer and sugar, and a lion form compote by Eagle Glass

Lot: 651 - NORITAKE FRUIT BOWL WITH BERRY DISHES.

NORITAKE FRUIT BOWL WITH BERRY DISHES. Japan, early 20th century, porcelain. Center fruitbowl with painting of landscape to interior with gilt highlights and set of six matching berry bowls.

Lot: 652 - TWENTY-FIVE PIECE SALT AND PEPPER SHAKER

TWENTY-FIVE PIECE SALT AND PEPPER SHAKER COLLECTION WITH ASSOCIATED GLASS ARTICLES. American, early 20th century. Ruby glass Mary Gregory shaker, three Mount Washington egg form shakers, pair of Mount Washington apple form shakers, pair of Eagle

Lot: 653 - VICTORIAN HALL TREE.

VICTORIAN HALL TREE. American, late 19th- early 20th century, walnut. Ornate pierced backdrop with oval mirror surrounded by turned hang pegs over umbrella and cane rests. 76"h.

Lot: 654 - JAPANESE SCREEN.

JAPANESE SCREEN. Early 20th century, lacquered and gilded wood. Six panels of landscape decoration.

Lot: 655 - BREAKFRONT.

BREAKFRONT. American, late 19th century, walnut. Conical finials above double paneled glass resting on cabinet case. "86"h. 52"w. 23"d.

Lot: 656 - YACHT TABLE.

YACHT TABLE. American, early 20th century. The twin rectangular drop leaves on gateleg supports. 28"h. 24"w. 6"l. (+ two 12" drop leaves).

Lot: 657 - PAIR GLASS LUSTRES.

PAIR GLASS LUSTRES. American, 19th century. Pink cased glass with hand painted floral decoration, now as table lamps. Lustres 14"h. Full lamps 30.5"h.

Lot: 658 - PAIR RUBY RED GLASS LUSTRES.

PAIR RUBY RED GLASS LUSTRES. American, 19th century. Hand painted floral decoration and gilt highlights, long prisms. 14"h.

Lot: 659 - GLASS TOP DINING TABLE.

GLASS TOP DINING TABLE. American, late 20th century, brass and glass. Beveled and tempered rectangular over traditional style brass legs connected by X-form stretcher with urn to center. 29"h. 79"w. 42"d.

Lot: 660 - LARGE ROUND CENTER TABLE.

LARGE ROUND CENTER TABLE. American, 20th century, mahogany. Banded round table raised on center support of four fluted legs reminating in brass paw hardware. 72" dia. 29.25" h.

Lot: 661 - FOURTEEN PIECE DINING SET BY BERNHARDT FURNITURE.

FOURTEEN PIECE DINING SET BY BERNHARDT FURNITURE. American, mid 20th century. Consisting of dining table with leaves, set of 10 chairs with pierced splats, server, buffet, and drinks bar.

Lot: 662 - PAIR END TABLES BY HICKORY.

PAIR END TABLES BY HICKORY. Late 20th century. "American Masterpiece", with two drawers on cabriole legs and pad feet. 30"h. 22.5"w. 17"d.

Lot: 663 - GILT FRAMED MIRROR.

GILT FRAMED MIRROR. Continental, late 20th century. Flowering urn form crest and scrolling acanthus highlights. 58"h. 37.5"w.

Lot: 664 - CUSTOM TUFTED SOFA.

CUSTOM TUFTED SOFA. Late 20th century. Creme floral button upholstery. 33"h. 72"w.

Lot: 665 - FRENCH PROVINCIAL DESK AND CHAIR BY JOHN

FRENCH PROVINCIAL DESK AND CHAIR BY JOHN WIDDICOMB. American, 20th century. White with gold highlights and ormolu mounts, leather inset top on tall legs, maching side chair. Desk 29"h. 53"w. 25.5"d.

Lot: 666 - PAIR OF E.J. VICTOR CUSTOME SOFAS.

PAIR OF E.J. VICTOR CUSTOME SOFAS. Late 20th century. Peach upholstered and down filled. 39"h. 108"w.

Lot: 667 - CLASSICAL STYLE COFFEE TABLE.

CLASSICAL STYLE COFFEE TABLE. American, late 20th century. Flamed mahogany crossbanded top with frieze drawer, on tapering square legs. 19"h. 38"w. 28"d.

Lot: 668 - LEGRAS THREE PIECE GLASS VASE SET.

LEGRAS THREE PIECE GLASS VASE SET. Continental, early 20th century. Taller vase flanked by a pair, all with painted gilt Rococo motifs, the shorter pair with polychrome floral panels. Tallest 19"h. Together with a Bacarrat stoppered decanter.

Lot: 669 - VIEW OF MONTMARTRE (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, MID-20TH

VIEW OF MONTMARTRE (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, MID-20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed "Claiele." Picturesque scene of Parisian district with red umbrellas and local shops. 19.75"h. 27.75"w., framed 27"h. 35"w.

Lot: 670 - PERSIAN VESSEL.

PERSIAN VESSEL. India, mid 20th century, brass. Enamel decorated large brass ewer with handle and serpentine spout. 34"h.

Lot: 671 - TURKEY BY NELSON N. BICKFORD (AMERICAN,

TURKEY BY NELSON N. BICKFORD (AMERICAN, 1846-1943). Bronze, signed, inscribed and dated "1904" on self base. Foundry: Roman Bronze Works, NY. 7.25"h. 3.75"w. 4.3"d.




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