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Auctioneer Pook & Pook, Inc., Auctioneers and Appraisers (610) 2694040
Auction Date Jan 13 Auction
Location
463 East Lancaster Ave
Downingtown, PA
Time 06:00PM
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1.            Alexander Stuart (American 1831-1898), oil on canvas of a racing yacht, signed lower left, 36" x 26". Provenance: Delaware collection.       Est. $4,000-7,000

 

2.            Anton Otto Fischer (American 1882-1962), oil on canvas illustration of pirates, signed lower right and dated 1929, 30" x 42".             Est. $4,000-6,000

 

3.            Franklin Dullin Briscoe (American 1844-1903), oil on board seascape, signed lower right and dated '92, 13 1/2" x 21 1/2".      Est. $600-900

 

4.            William Pierce Stubbs (American 1842-1909), oil on canvas ship portrait, signed lower left, 17" x 22".        Est. $500-1,000

 

5.            George Sotter (American 1879-1953), oil on board, titled Gull Head, North Shore, signed lower right, 12" x 14".   Est. $3,000-5,000

 

6.            Katharine Farrell (American 1857-1951), oil on canvas industrial river scene, probably the Schuylkill, signed lower right, 22" x 26". Est. $1,000-2,000

 

7.            Thomas Worthington Whittredge (American 1820-1910), oil on paper mounted on board, titled The Susquehanna, signed lower right, 10" x 12". Provenance: Alexander Gallery. Exhibited at Lancaster Museum of Art Visions of the Susquehanna 2006-2008. Illustrated in Evans, Rob Visions of the Susquehanna, 250 Years of Paintings by American Masters, plate 10.               Est. $2,000-2,500

 

8.            Walter Schofield (American 1866-1944), oil on board Parisian view of the Seine, signed lower right, 13" x 16".      Est. $3,000-5,000

 

9.            Frederick Wagner (American 1864-1940), pastel, titled Appledore Maine, signed lower right, 9" x 11".     Est. $300-500

 

10.          Susan Gertrude Schell (American 1891-1970), oil on canvas, titled A Man and His Boat, signed lower right, bearing a label for The Philadelphia Sketch Club 102nd Annual Exhibition, 14" x 16".             Est. $400-800

 

11.          Robert J. Pattison (American 1838-1903), oil on canvas winter landscape, signed lower right, 29" x 24".    Est. $500-1,000

 

12.          Carl William Peters (American 1897-1980), oil on canvas winter landscape of a house, signed verso, 24" x 30".      Est. $1,000-1,500

 

13.          Harry Leith-Ross (American 1886-1973), oil on canvas winter landscape, titled Sledding, depicting children pulling sleds on a snow covered lane passing a country home and barn, signed Leith-Ross lower right, bearing a Golden Door Gallery label on verso, as well as a secondary label, No. 23, with artist name and title, includes the original receipt dated 1974, 30" x 38". Est. $80,000-120,000

 

14.          Ben Austrian (American 1870-1921), oil on board landscape, signed lower right, 15" x 29". Provenance: New Jersey collection.           Est. $1,000-2,000

 

15.          Barclay Rubincam (American 1920-1978), pastel landscape, titled The Wheat Field, signed lower left, 12" x 20".   Est. $400-800

 

16.          Arthur Hazard (American 1872-1930), oil on canvas landscape, signed lower left, 20" x 24".            Est. $800-1,200

 

17.          Jamie Wyeth (American, b. 1946), watercolor, titled The Rain Barrel, signed lower left, 19" x 24". Provenance: Private Radnor, Pennsylvania collection.               Est. $25,000-35,000

 

18.          William Lester Stevens (American 1888-1969), oil on board winter landscape with a farmhouse, signed lower left, 24" x 30". Provenance: Delaware estate.               Est. $5,000-8,000

 

19.          William Lester Stevens (American 1888-1969), oil on board winter landscape, signed lower left, 19" x 24". Provenance: Delaware estate.   Est. $3,500-5,500

 

20.          William Lester Stevens (American 1888-1969), oil on board landscape with a farm, signed lower right, 18" x 22". Provenance: Delaware estate.   Est. $2,000-4,000

 

21.          William Lester Stevens (American 1888-1969), oil on board landscape, signed lower right, inscribed verso Presented to me by Lester Stevens when I studied with him at Rockport Mass., 13 3/4" x 15 1/2". Provenance: Delaware estate.     Est. $1,500-2,500

 

22.          Carl Philipp Weber (American 1849-1922), oil on canvas landscape with a river and bridge, titled Germantown, PA, signed lower left, 18" x 22". Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.               Est. $800-1,200

 

23.          Carl C. Weber (American 1850-1921), watercolor and gouache landscape with a house, signed lower right, the reverse with a pencil sketch wooded landscape, 4 1/2" x 8". Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.               Est. $200-300

 

24.          Carl C. Weber (American 1850-1921), oil on canvas landscape with cows by a pond, signed lower right and dated 1880, 20" x 36". Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.        Est. $1,000-2,000

 

25.          Carl C. Weber (American 1850-1921) oil on canvas landscape, with figures and cows in a river, signed lower left, 8" x 12". Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.               Est. $400-700

 

26.          Carl C. Weber (American 1850-1921), oil on canvas landscape, with figures walking toward a cottage, signed lower left and dated 1875, 8" x 12". Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.             Est. $400-700

 

27.          Carl C. Weber (American 1850-1921), oil on canvas landscape, titled Scene Near Abington PA, signed lower right, 20" x 36". Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.           Est. $1,500-2,500

 

28.          Carl Philipp Weber (American 1849-1922), oil on canvas river landscape, signed lower right, 15 1/2" x 11". Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.        Est. $400-600

 

29.          Carl C. Weber (American 1850-1921), watercolor landscape with a house and sheep, signed lower right, 13" x 26 1/2". Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.             Est. $300-500

 

30.          William Hart (American/Scottish 1832-1894), oil on panel, titled Two Children Reading, signed lower right and dated 1857, 8 1/2" x 7". Provenance: Alexander Gallery; Thomas Colville Fine Art.          Est. $1,800-2,200

 

31.          Richard Evett Bishop (American 1887-1975), oil on board, titled Lake Wyagamac, Quebec, signed lower right, 12" x 16".        Est. $400-600

 

32.          Richard Evett Bishop (American 1887-1975), oil on board, titled Landscape-New Hope, PA, signed lower left, 12" x 16".        Est. $400-600

 

33.          Richard Evett Bishop (American 1887-1975), oil on board, titled Rockport, Maine, signed lower right, 12" x 16".    Est. $400-600

 

34.          Richard Evett Bishop (American 1887-1975), oil on board, titled Bay of Fundy, Maine, signed lower right, 12" x 16".                Est. $400-600

 

35.          John W. Bentley (American 1880-1951), oil on board landscape, titled Evergreen Mountain, inscribed Hunter Range between Hunter and Lexington N. Y., signed lower right, 12" x 16".          Est. $500-1,000

 

36.          John W. Bentley (American 1880-1951), oil on board landscape, titled Catskill Apple Blossoms, signed lower right, 12" x 16".             Est. $800-1,200

 

37.          Charles W. Patterson (American 1870-1938), oil on board street scene, signed lower right, 8 3/4" x 11 3/4".           Est. $800-1,200

 

38.          Martha Walter (American 1875-1976), watercolor of figures swimming, signed lower left, 8 1/4" x 10 1/4".            Est. $4,000-6,000

 

39.          Martha Walter (American 1875-1976), watercolor of a Mexican celebration, signed lower middle, 9" x 10 3/4". Provenance: Lagakos Turak Gallery.        Est. $1,200-1,800

 

40.          Martha Walter (American 1875-1976), watercolor market scene, signed lower right, 13 1/4" x 15 1/2".     Est. $2,000-4,000

 

41.          James Peale, Sr. (American 1749-1831), oil on panel still life with fruit, signed verso and dated 1824, 14 1/2" x 18 1/2". Provenance: Pennsylvania estate; Kennedy Galleries, 1972.             Est. $20,000-30,000

 

42.          Theodor Von der Beek (German 1838-1921), oil on panel still life with fruit and a champagne flute, signed lower right and dated 1868, 14" x 12". Provenance: Alexander Gallery.                Est. $1,000-1,500

 

43.          Mary Husted Bangs (American 19th c.), oil on canvas still life with flowers, inscribed verso written on back of original stretcher Painted at New York Conference Seminary & Collegiate Institute Charlottesville New York by Mary Husted Bangs 1857, 16" x 20". Est. $800-1,200

 

44.          Edith Lucile Howard (American 1885-1960), oil on board still life, signed lower left, 20" x 16".        Est. $400-700

 

45.          John Frederick Peto (American 1854-1907), oil on board still life with a book and pipe, signed upper left and dated '89, 6" x 9". Provenance: Kennedy Galleries.        Est. $9,000-12,000

 

46.          Mary T. Mason (American 1886-1964), oil on canvas floral still life, bearing labels for Woodmere Art Gallery and Detroit Museum of Art, signed lower right, 36" x 32".      Est. $1,000-2,000

 

47.          Mary T. Mason (American 1886-1964), oil on canvas still life, titled Gladiolas, bearing a Woodmere Art Gallery label verso, signed lower right, 30" x 25".         Est. $800-1,200

 

48.          Eugene Speicher (American 1883-1962), oil on canvas portrait, titled Woman with Fur Collar and Green Sash, bearing a label for the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, signed lower left, 43" x 36". Provenance: H.V. Allison Galleries; private Radnor, Pennsylvania collection.             Est. $7,000-10,000

 

49.          Eugene Speicher (American 1883-1962), oil on canvas still life, signed lower left, 19" x 20". Provenance: Private Radnor, Pennsylvania collection.               Est. $1,500-2,500

 

50.          Eugene Speicher (American 1883-1962), oil on canvas portrait of Irene, signed lower right, 16 1/2" x 13 1/2". Provenance: Private Radnor, Pennsylvania collection.     Est. $500-1,000

 

51.          Eugene Speicher (American 1883-1962), oil on canvas study for The Young Hunter, 34" x 27".       Est. $1,000-2,000

 

52.          Eugene Speicher (American 1883-1962), oil on board study for The Young Hunter, 16" x 12".        Est. $300-500

 

53.          James Wells Champney (American 1843-1903), oil on canvas interior of a man with a pocket watch and a young girl, signed lower right, 21 1/2" x 18".               Est. $2,000-3,000

 

54.          William Cotton (American 1880-1958), oil on canvas portrait of a young girl, signed middle right, 26" x 20".             Est. $2,000-3,000

 

55.          Dennis Malone Carter (American 1827-1881), oil on canvas, titled The May Queen, 18" x 22".       Est. $5,000-7,000

 

56.          After Karl Bodmer (Swiss 1809-1893), early oil on canvas rendition of Bodmer's iconic portrait of Pehriska-Ruhpa, Moennitari Warrior, in the costume of the dog dance, 20 1/4" x 15 1/4". This early image was first rendered as a watercolor and then an aquatint engraving by Rene Rollet. It appeared in Maximillian Prince of Wied's Travels in the Interior of North America.              Est. $8,000-12,000

 

57.          Heloise Redfield (American, b. 1883), watercolor on ivory portrait of Mrs. A. Gould, bearing labels verso for Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters Fourteenth Annual Exhibition, retaining its original gold leaf frame, 5" x 3 3/4". Est. $1,000-2,000

 

58.          Hans Bebie (American 1824-1888), oil on canvas portrait of Miss Turpin, signed lower right, 27 1/2" x 22 1/4". Illustrated in American Heritage, April 1973, pg 54.            Est. $1,000-2,000

 

59.          Winslow Homer (American 1836-1910), gouache, pen, and ink on paper, titled Defense of the Baggage Train, initialed lower right and dated 1865, the reverse inscribed in two hands titling the work and presenting it to A.B. Homer, 9 1/2" x 17 1/2". Included in the catalogue of Homer's work compiled by Gerdts and Goodrich. A letter from Gerdts accompanies this lot. Provenance: Gavin Spanierman; Gerald Peters Gallery.      Est. $25,000-35,000

 

60.          Everett Shinn (American 1876-1953), black and white watercolor wash illustration of Santa Claus, initialed R.C. lower left, 12" x 9". According to John Castagno of American Artists, Signatures, and Monograms, R.C. is a nom de plume of Shinn's.                Est. $500-1,000

 

61.          Robert Henri (American 1865-1929), ink on paper of artist Edward Redfield in his studio, with an embossed estate stamp lower left, 7" x 5 1/2". Provenance: Mrs. Sally Turner, Plainfield, New Jersey.        Est. $800-1,200

 

62.          Stephen Etnier (American 1903-1984), watercolor of a female nude, signed lower right, 9" x 12".               Est. $300-500

 

63.          Philippe Halsman (American 1906-1979), gelatin silver print of Frank Sinatra, 1944, pub. 1978, 13" x 9 3/4".             Est. $400-600

 

64.          Tom Wesselmann (American 1931-2004), pencil study for American Nude, signed lower left, 8" x 10 3/4".             Est. $8,000-12,000

 

65.          Donald Stanley Vogel (American 1917-2004), oil on board, titled Greeting, signed lower left and verso, 12" x 9". Provenance: Private Radnor, Pennsylvania collection.     Est. $800-1,200

 

66.          Bernhard Uhle (American 1847-1930), oil on canvas portrait of a rabbi, retaining a Newcomb-Macklin type frame, initialed upper right, 27" x 22". Provenance: Pennsylvania educational institution.             Est. $500-1,000

 

67.          Andrew Wyeth (American 1917-2009), collotype, titled Cranberries, signed in pencil lower right and numbered 61/300, 18" x 12".             Est. $500-1,000

 

68.          Carl Philipp Weber (American 1849-1922), oil on canvas, titled Rocky Coast, signed lower right and dated 1882, 30" x 22".        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

69.          Leonard Baskin (American 1922-2000), sterling silver medallion with a profile portrait of Thomas Eakins, made to commemorate the restoration of the Eakins house and studio, 2 1/2" dia., 7 ozt.               Est. $200-400

 

70.          New York coin silver three-piece tea service, ca. 1815, bearing the touch of Nicholas Bogert, to include a teapot, 10 1/2" h., a covered sugar, and a creamer, 77.7 ozt.             Est. $800-1,200

 

71.          Philadelphia silver waste bowl, ca. 1810, bearing the touch of Christian Wiltberger, with engraved floral roundels around the rim, 5 1/8" h., 6 5/8" dia., 14.5 ozt.    Est. $1,000-2,000

 

72.          Tiffany & Co. sterling silver frame, mounted with The Great Seal of the President of the United States, 13 1/4" x 10 1/2".      Est. $500-1,000

 

73.          New York silver tray, ca. 1855, bearing the touch of William Gale & Son, with engraved foliate decoration, 16 1/2" x 26 1/2", 88.9 ozt.              Est. $1,000-2,000

 

74.          Philadelphia silver coffee pot, ca. 1755, bearing the touch of Elias Boudinot, with elaborately engraved coat of arms of the Clay family, 10 3/4" h., 38.2 ozt. Provenance: Ginsberg & Levy.      Est. $20,000-30,000

 

75.          Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Schwenkfelder wool needlework townscape, dated 1855, wrought by Mary Ann Heebner, 25" x 25 1/2". This work belongs to a small known group from the Schwenkfelder community. One was sold at Freeman's, November 19, 2005, lot 1281. Another is in the collection of the Schwenkfelder Museum. Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner. Est. $5,000-10,000

 

76.          Susanna Heebner (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1750-1818), Schwenkfelder ink and watercolor fraktur with central potted tulips flanked by birds, 6 3/4" x 7 3/4". Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner.           Est. $800-1,200

 

77.          Susanna Heebner (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1750-1818), Schwenkfelder ink and watercolor fraktur with central potted tulips flanked by hearts, 6 1/4" x 7 1/2". Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner.        Est. $800-1,200

 

78.          Susanna Heebner (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1750-1818), Schwenkfelder ink and watercolor fraktur bookplate, 6 1/4" x 3 3/4". Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner. Est. $1,500-2,500

 

79.          Susanna Heebner (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1750-1818), Schwenkfelder ink and watercolor fraktur vorschrift, dated 1807, 8" x 13 1/4". Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner.               Est. $2,000-4,000

 

80.          Susanna Heebner (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1750-1818), Schwenkfelder ink and watercolor fraktur religious text, 7" x 11 3/4". Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner.                Est. $2,000-4,000

 

81.          Attributed to Maria Heebner (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1807-1868), watercolor fraktur of flowers, dated 1842, 5 1/4" x 7 3/4". Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner.            Est. $300-500

 

82.          Attributed to Maria Heebner (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1807-1868), watercolor fraktur of flowers, dated 1842, 7" x 5 5/8". Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner.    Est. $300-500

 

83.          Seven Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Schwenkfelder watercolor fraktur, mid 19th c., to include one example signed Sarah Heebner 1860, together with two small needleworks (all unframed), largest - 8" x 13 1/4". Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner. Est. $800-1,200

 

84.          Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Schwenkfelder ink and watercolor fraktur bookplate, early/mid 19th c., 6 1/4" x 3 3/4". Provenance: Descended in the family to the present owner.     Est. $400-800

 

85.          Important Benjamin Chandlee, Chester County, Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut tall case clock, ca. 1745, the sarcophagus bonnet with blind fretwork, carved with birds and foliate scrolls enclosing an eight-day works, with a brass face, inscribed Ben. Chandlee Nottingham, over a case with an arched door. Provenance: Private Maryland collection. The present clock remains in an excellent state of preservation with its complete sarcophagus top. Only the central finial and base molding have been replaced.          Est. $20,000-40,000

 

86.          Berks County, Pennsylvania painted poplar dower chest, dated 1778, decorated by the Black Unicorn Artist, retaining its original decoration of three ivory tombstone panels with a horse and rider and potted tulips within a red surround, 23 3/4" h., 48 1/2" w. Est. $3,000-5,000

 

87.          Andreas Kessler (Southeastern Pennsylvania, active 1805-1821), Berks County ink and watercolor fraktur birth certificate for Catharina Loos, b. 1821, 11" x 14".                Est. $2,000-4,000

 

88.          Rare pair of Pennsylvania painted settees, mid 19th c., 33 1/2" h., 71 1/2" w.       Est. $500-1,000

 

89.          Lancaster County, Pennsylvania silk on linen sampler, dated 1836, wrought by Elizabeth Eby, daughter of Jacob and Mary, 19 1/4" x 22".        Est. $2,000-3,000

 

90.          Ink and watercolor map of New Jersey, signed Elizabeth W. Comly 1822, 18" x 13 3/4".   Est. $500-1,000

 

91.          Ink and watercolor Map of the World, signed Mary Hopkins Flagg 1818, 15" x 24 1/2".      Est. $400-600

 

92.          Philadelphia Chippendale walnut armchair, ca. 1770, with a shell carved crest, apron, and knees, and ball and claw feet. Provenance: Property sold with the approval of the trustees of the Philadelphia Museum of Art to benefit acquisition funds.   Est. $3,000-5,000

 

93.          Zedekiah Belknap (American 1781-1858), oil on bed ticking folk portrait of a woman, 28" x 24".   Est. $2,000-4,000

 

94.          Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut high chest base, ca. 1760, with a pierced apron and Spanish feet, 33 1/4" h., 46" w.           Est. $1,000-1,500

 

95.          Painted pine wall cupboard, 19th c., retaining an old light green surface, 59 1/2" h., 35 1/2" w.     Est. $500-1,000

 

96.          Painted pine wall cupboard, 19th c., retaining a later ochre surface, 67 3/4" h., 38 1/4" w.              Est. $500-1,000

 

97.          Mid-Atlantic painted pine pie safe, 19th c., with punched tin panels, retaining an old green surface, 56 1/4" h., 37" w.           Est. $800-1,200

 

98.          Painted pine wall cupboard, early 19th c., retaining an old scrubbed blue surface, 75 1/2" h., 51 1/2" w.  Est. $800-1,200

 

99.          Pair of Bucks County, Pennsylvania tin wrigglework coffee pots, ca. 1850, stamped J. Ketterer, each decorated with potted flowers and interlacing bands, 11 1/2" h.                Est. $3,000-5,000

 

100.        Painted pine half hull ship model, signed C. Bonnesen 1901, retaining its original polychrome surface, 12 3/4" h., 49 1/2" w. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

101.        Pair of New York stoneware flowerpots, 19th c., with Albany slip decoration, 9 1/4" h., 10 1/4" w.             Est. $800-1,200

 

102.        Western Pennsylvania tanware pitcher, 19th c., with Albany slip tulip decoration, 9 1/2" h.           Est. $400-600

 

103.        Stained pine bucket bench, 19th c., retaining an old red surface, 30" h., 30 3/4" w.            Est. $400-600

 

104.        Philadelphia redware spaniel, dated 1870, signed Geo. Diehl Philadelphia, Pa, 7 3/4" h.   Est. $800-1,200

 

105.        Unusual Pennsylvania redware pitcher, 19th c., with relief foliate decoration, 7" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.   Est. $400-800

 

106.        Miniature Pennsylvania painted settee, 19th c., retaining its original green surface with bird and acorn decoration, 12" h., 15 3/4" w.              Est. $300-500

 

107.        Pair of cast iron Indian andirons, 19th c., 19 1/4" h.           Est. $300-500

 

108.        Matched pair of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chests, ca. 1800, each retaining its original blue sponge tombstone panels on a brown ground, 23" h., 50 1/4" w.               Est. $1,500-2,500

 

109.        Painted pine double-sided trade sign for Valley Farm Kennels, featuring a Russian wolfhound, 30" x 29 1/4". Valley Farm Kennels claimed to be the largest breeder of Russian wolfhounds in the world.      Est. $2,000-4,000

 

110.        Pennsylvania silk on linen sampler, dated 1833, purportedly wrought by Elizabeth Strickler Crane of Columbia, 21 1/4" x 25 1/4". Provenance: Southeastern Pennsylvania collection.           Est. $500-1,000

 

111.        Pennsylvania or Maryland stoneware pitcher, 19th c., with cobalt floral decoration, 10 3/4" h.     Est. $400-600

 

112.        Pennsylvania stoneware pitcher, 19th c., attributed to Remmey, with cobalt tulip decoration, 10 3/4" h.                Est. $300-500

 

113.        Large redware bowl, 19th c., with yellow and brown slip splashes, 7" h., 12 1/4" dia. Provenance: Titus Geesey. Est. $400-700

 

114.        Pennsylvania stoneware pitcher, 19th c., attributed to Remmey, with cobalt tulip decoration, 10 3/4" h.                Est. $400-600

 

115.        Painted pine drysink, 19th c., retaining an old blue surface, 38 1/2" h., 48 1/2" w.               Est. $1,500-2,500

 

116.        American watercolor theorem, 19th c., of a basket of flowers, 13" x 15 1/2".        Est. $200-400

 

117.        David Y. Ellinger (American 1913-2003), oil on canvas, titled Sunflowers With Garden Sage, signed lower left, 20" x 16".        Est. $500-1,000

 

118.        David Y. Ellinger (American 1913-2003), oil on board, titled Grace Bower, signed lower left, 10" x 8".         Est. $400-700

 

119.        Miniature painted pine blanket chest, 19th c., retaining an old blue surface, 13 1/2" h., 17 3/4" w.             Est. $300-500

 

120.        Pennsylvania stoneware pitcher, 19th c., attributed to Remmey, with cobalt tulip decoration, 8 3/4" h.   Est. $300-500

 

121.        Miniature Pennsylvania walnut blanket chest, 19th c., with a scalloped apron, retaining an old dry varnish surface, 11" h., 15 3/4" w.              Est. $300-500

 

122.        Pennsylvania painted poplar dower chest, dated 1819, initialed CF, retaining its original salmon sponged surface with an ivory surround, 26" h., 48" w.     Est. $500-1,000

 

123.        Painted John Bull's Hobby trade sign, 19th c., 22 1/4" x 11 1/2".   Est. $400-800

 

124.        Split oak basket, 19th c., retaining an old green surface, 13 1/2" h., 25 1/4" w.      Est. $500-1,000

 

125.        Woodlands painted lidded basket, 19th c., 12 1/2" h., 18 1/2" w.                Est. $400-600

 

126.        New England painted pine chair table, early 19th c., retaining an old red surface, 27 1/2" h., 47 1/2" w. Provenance: Private Douglassville, Pennsylvania collection.    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

127.        Split oak gathering basket, 19th c., with a solid pine bottom, retaining an old mellow surface, 13 1/2" h., 18" w.   Est. $300-500

 

128.        Split oak basket, 19th c., with a large bentwood handle, 22 1/2" h., 17 1/2" w.     Est. $200-400

 

129.        David Y. Ellinger (American 1913-2003), oil on canvas, titled Snow To Nite, signed lower left and verso, 15" x 23".                Est. $1,000-2,000

 

130.        David Y. Ellinger (American 1913-2003), oil on velvet theorem of a basket of fruit, signed lower left, 14" x 15".     Est. $400-800

 

131.        David Y. Ellinger (American 1913-2003), oil on velvet theorem of a basket of strawberries, signed lower left, 14" x 15".        Est. $400-700

 

132.        Bucks County, Pennsylvania painted pine blanket chest, 19th c., decorated by the Deep Run Artist, retaining a vibrant salmon surface with pinwheel top, cat's eye front, and tulip sides with yellow moldings, 25 1/2" h., 37" w.             Est. $3,000-5,000

 

133.        David Y. Ellinger (American 1913-2003), oil on canvas, titled Flowers Under Dome, signed verso, 11" x 8".               Est. $400-800

 

134.        David Y. Ellinger (American 1913-2003), oil on velvet theorem of a basket of fruit, signed lower right, 19" x 22".   Est. $400-800

 

135.        Dauphin County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chest, dated 1813, inscribed Susan Kifer, retaining its original decoration of three tombstone panels with stars and tulips within a red surround, 24" h., 50 1/2" w.        Est. $2,000-4,000

 

136.        Pennsylvania Federal cherry tall case clock, ca. 1800, with an eight-day movement and a painted face, the case highly adorned with inlaid tulips, an oval, and a star, 95 1/2" h.    Est. $4,000-8,000

 

137.        American hooked rug of a horse, early 20th c., 37" x 49".               Est. $400-800

 

138.        Pennsylvania walnut two-part Dutch cupboard, ca. 1800, with a raised panel base, 80 3/4" h., 62" w.        Est. $1,000-2,000

 

139.        Lancaster County, Pennsylvania hooked rug, early 20th c., 20 1/2" x 72".                Est. $400-700

 

140.        American hooked rug, 19th c., with a large spread winged eagle above two lions, 36" x 48". Provenance: Private Douglassville, Pennsylvania collection.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

141.        Rare Southern Chippendale walnut server, ca. 1770, probably Virginia, 37" h., 34" w. Provenance: Titus Geesey.                Est. $5,000-10,000

 

142.        Smyrna, Delaware Sheraton mahogany sideboard, inscribed James McDowell Cabinet Maker Smyrna, Delaware, May 8th, 1816, 40" h., 57 1/2" w.               Est. $1,000-1,500

 

143.        Currier & Ives color lithograph, titled A Midnight Race on the Mississippi, pub. 1860, depicting the Natchez and the Eclipse, 32 1/4" x 40 1/4".              Est. $2,000-3,000

 

144.        Pennsylvania walnut two-part Dutch cupboard, ca. 1790, with a boldly molded cornice and base, raised panel doors, and original rattail hinges, 88" h., 65 1/2" w. Provenance: Private Douglassville, Pennsylvania collection; Harry Hartman. Est. $8,000-12,000

 

145.        Classical mahogany daybed, ca. 1815, with urn inlaid capitals, 66 1/2" l.    Est. $1,500-2,500

 

146.        New England oil on canvas folk portrait of Nancy Nolen, born 1806 to George and Esther Nolen, seated, wearing a striped dress and holding a volume of Watts, inscribed with her initials N. N., 27" x 23", together with a silk on linen sampler wrought by the sitter and dated 1818, 11 1/2" x 9 1/2".   Est. $3,000-4,000

 

147.        Berks County, Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut tall case clock, ca. 1805, with an eight-day movement and painted face, signed Samuel Breneisen Reading, over a case with an arched door and lollipop panel base, retaining an old dry finish, 99" h.    Est. $4,000-7,000

 

148.        Morristown, New Jersey, Fireman's Bowling league silver trophy plaque, inscribedY.M.C.A. Alleys 1915 Won by Humane Engine Company, 18 1/4" x 9 1/4".         Est. $800-1,200

 

149.        Ferdinand Brader (American 1833-1901), pencil drawing of the Altenderfer homestead in Center Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, signed lower right and dated 1880, 26 1/2" x 46". Provenance: Descended in the family of the original property owners.            Est. $800-1,200

 

150.        Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut dressing table, ca. 1765, with four drawers and trifid feet, 27 1/4" h., 36" w.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

151.        Carved and painted cigar store figure, early/mid 19th c., retaining an early polychrome decorated surface, 40" h.                Est. $5,000-10,000

 

152.        Pair of oversized Mason canvasback duck decoys, 19" l. Est. $800-1,200

 

153.        Five mocha yelloware pepper pots, 19th c., with banded decoration, 4 1/4" h.    Est. $400-600

 

154.        Six mocha yelloware pepper pots with seaweed decoration, 4 1/4" h.     Est. $500-1,000

 

155.        Alamance County, North Carolina redware pitcher, ca. 1800, with yellow and brown slip decoration, 9 3/4" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.          Est. $500-1,000

 

156.        Shenandoah Valley redware charger, dated 1829, possibly Peter Bell, Winchester, Virginia or Hagerstown, Maryland, 11 1/4" dia. Provenance: Titus Geesey.            Est. $400-700

 

157.        Three mocha pearlware pepper pots, 19th c., 3 3/4" - 4 1/4" h.   Est. $300-500

 

158.        New England Sheraton painted child's chest, ca. 1840, retaining an old pale green surface with vibrant red drawers, 24 1/2" h., 21" w.              Est. $1,000-1,500

 

159.        New England Sheraton painted pine dressing table, ca. 1820, retaining its original orange grain decoration, 38" h., 32" w.   Est. $400-800

 

160.        Painted splay leg stool, 19th c., with a needlework cover and an old red surface, 8 1/2" h., 10 1/2" w.       Est. $200-400

 

161.        Scandinavian painted pine miniature blanket chest, early 19th c., 9 3/4" h., 14" w.             Est. $400-700

 

162.        Pennsylvania painted pine child's blanket chest, 19th c., retaining its original salmon grain decoration, 13 1/4" h., 20" w. Provenance: Harry Hartman.                Est. $300-500

 

163.        Child's painted poplar drop leaf table, 19th c., retaining its original blue surface, 20 1/2" h., 16" w., 26" d. Provenance: Olde Hope Antiques.           Est. $400-700

 

164.        Montgomery County, Pennsylvania sgrafitto redware charger, dated 1778, initialed HR for Henry Roudebush, with a large central bird surrounded by flowers within a swag border, retaining a green, orange, and yellow glaze, 12 1/4" dia. Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection; Joe Kindig, Jr.           Est. $4,000-8,000

 

165.        Meissen porcelain cabinet cup and saucer of American interest, ca. 1876, with relief busts of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and an American Eagle, 5 1/4" h., 6 7/8" dia.  Est. $300-400

 

166.        Davenport porcelain cabinet plate of American interest with a hand painted scene of the Kosciuszko Monument at West Point, within a grape leaf border on a green reserve, 9" dia.             Est. $300-500

 

167.        Blackamoor gold, enamel, and bronze stick pin, 19th c., the head with a diamond monocle, 2 3/4" l.         Est. $1,000-1,500

 

168.        Mary Gregory polychrome enamel glass tumbler with a rare scene of a baseball player, 3 3/4" h.               Est. $300-500

 

169.        Rare large Pittsburgh colorless glass ale bowl, dated 1848, engraved with the cypher of General Winfield Scott within a floral wreath, probably made to commemorate his presidential candidacy for the Whig party, the reverse with a tiger in a tropical landscape, 13 1/4" h., 7 1/2" dia.             Est. $2,500-3,500

 

170.        Rare American cut and engraved crystal decanter service, ca. 1876, probably made for the election of Rutherford B. Hayes, to include a decanter, 13" h., six goblets, and a centerpiece bowl, each piece with a finely engraved elephant and American shield. This is one of the first examples of Thomas Nast's use of the elephant as a symbol of the Republican party.                Est. $4,000-6,000

 

171.        Appliqué whig rose quilt, 19th c., 99" x 97". Provenance: Titus Geesey.   Est. $400-800

 

172.        Pieced star of Bethlehem quilt, 19th c., 86" x 90".              Est. $400-800

 

173.        Pennsylvania or Maryland painted poplar spice cabinet, 19th c., retaining its original red surface with black lettering and a period shipping label from Port Deposit, Maryland, 31 1/4" h., 45 1/2" w.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

174.        Amish diamond in square quilt, mid 20th c., 74" x 74".     Est. $400-600

 

175.        Pieced star quilt, ca. 1900, 78" x 75".        Est. $200-400

 

176.        Berks County, Pennsylvania painted pine and poplar blanket chest, early 19th c., retaining its original vibrant black and salmon grained surface, 30 1/2" h., 47" w.    Est. $2,000-4,000

 

177.        Schoolhouse friendship quilt, early 20th c., bearing the family names of Garling and Myers, 83" x 68".     Est. $800-1,200

 

178.        Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut chest of drawers, ca. 1740, with raised panel sides, 44" h., 38 1/2" w. Est. $2,000-4,000

 

179.        Painted pine double-sided trade sign, early 20th c., for Shadyside Home-Cooked-Food, 21 1/4" h., 46 1/4" w.      Est. $400-800

 

180.        Reading, Pennsylvania copper kettle, ca. 1800, stamped J. Kidd on the handle, 11 1/2" h.               Est. $300-500

 

181.        Philadelphia stoneware crock, by Richard Remmey, 19th c., impressed R. C. R. Phila., with cobalt floral decoration, 10 1/4" h.             Est. $300-400

 

182.        Painted pine firkin, 19th c., retaining its original blue surface, 9" h.            Est. $300-500

 

183.        Carved and painted figure of a horse, early 20th c., 23" h., 23" w.              Est. $400-700

 

184.        Painted pine drysink, 19th c., retaining an old scrubbed ivory/orange surface, 37" h., 45" w.         Est. $1,000-2,000

 

185.        Painted pine double-sided trade sign, dated 1826, with two crossed keys on a black reserve with a white crest and side columns supported by wrought iron posts, 62" x 52". There was a Cross Keep Inn operating in Lexington, KY at this date.     Est. $2,000-4,000

 

186.        Painted pine hanging shelf, 19th c., with scalloped sides, retaining an old dark finish, 28" h., 20 3/4" w.    Est. $400-700

 

187.        Pennsylvania redware bird whistle, 19th c., signed on underside M. M. Bergy, 2 1/2" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.                Est. $400-800

 

188.        Painted redware hen on nest bank, 19th c., 3 1/2" h.       Est. $300-500

 

189.        American stoneware inkwell, 19th c., with cobalt highlights, 1 1/2" h., 4" w.          Est. $400-700

 

190.        Two Philadelphia pewter salts, late 18th c., with beaded edges, possibly from the shop of William Will, 2 3/8" h. Est. $400-800

 

191.        Redware figure of a reclining lamb, 19th c., with mottled orange and yellow glaze, 11 3/4" l.         Est. $400-600

 

192.        Pennsylvania turned and painted poplar canister, 19th c., retaining its original yellow and orange sponge decoration, 5" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.       Est. $500-1,000

 

193.        Jacob Medinger (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1856-1932), three graduated redware pitchers with mottled brown, orange, and green glaze, 2 3/8" h., 3 1/2" h., and 4 1/2" h.             Est. $400-800

 

194.        Redware figure of a kneeling woman, 19th c., probably Pennsylvania, 4" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.   Est. $200-400

 

195.        Painted pine bank, 19th c., initialed OM EM, retaining its original ivory surface with red and green floral and zigzag highlights, 4 1/2" h., 8" w.             Est. $800-1,200

 

196.        Pennsylvania miniature stoneware pitcher, inscribed M.C.M. 1884, 4 1/2" h.        Est. $800-1,200

 

197.        Pair of cast iron deer lawn or garden statues, late 19th c., of a stag, 62" h., and a doe, 47" h., probably by Fiske or Mott.    Est. $3,000-5,000

 

198.        Virginia Record Book Artist fraktur for Mary Magdalene Berkheimer, b. 1804, together with its original opposing page with three birds perched on a vibrant floral tree, 7 1/2" x 6 1/8".     Est. $2,000-4,000

 

199.        Virginia Record Book Artist fraktur for Andrew Heironimus, b. 1799, together with its original opposing page with an elaborate Masonic building, 13" x 8".      Est. $2,000-4,000

 

200.        Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut secretary desk, ca. 1770, 100 1/2" h., 40 1/4" w.            Est. $1,500-2,500

 

201.        Pennsylvania walnut tall case clock with an eight-day movement, a painted face, and a moonphase, 98 1/2" h.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

202.        Jacob Eicholtz (American 1776-1842), oil on canvas portrait of the Reverend James Ross Reily, signed verso and dated 1814, 29" x  24". Referenced in Rebecca Beal Jacob Eicholtz, page 207 and 299.       Est. $1,000-2,000

 

203.        Four Shaker bentwood boxes, 19th c., to include two sewing boxes with swing handles, all of lapped finger construction, largest - 3 3/4" h., 10 7/8" w.           Est. $800-1,200

 

204.        Dutch Delft tobacco jar, 18th c., inscribed Duinkerker in between two Native Americans smoking pipes, without lid - 11 3/4" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.     Est. $800-1,200

 

205.        New England Queen Anne maple porringer top tea table, ca. 1765, 26 1/4" h., 34" w., 28 3/4" d. Est. $500-1,000

 

206.        Massachusetts Queen Anne walnut dining chair, ca. 1755. Provenance: Titus Geesey.     Est. $800-1,200

 

207.        Oil on panel portrait of three children blowing bubbles, early 19th c., identified verso as Hannah Wood, b. 1814, John Wood, b. 1815, and Ann Wood, b. 1818, 8" x 6".      Est. $1,500-2,500

 

208.        Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany dining chair, ca. 1770, the crest with a central voluted floral spray, above a pierced splat and trapezoidal slip seat, supported by carved cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet. A matching chair also from the Philadelphia Museum of Art was sold at Pook & Pook, Inc., October 3, 2015, lot 265. Provenance: Property sold with the approval of the trustees of the Philadelphia Museum of Art to benefit acquisition funds.   Est. $4,000-8,000

 

209.        Lebanon County, Pennsylvania ink and watercolor on paper fraktur for Henrich Hackmann, b. 1821, with central script surrounded by owls and pinwheel flowers, 9 1/2" x 7 1/2".               Est. $2,000-3,000

 

210.        Berks County, Pennsylvania Federal walnut tall case clock, ca. 1810, the castle top bonnet enclosing an eight-day works with a painted face, signed Daniel Oyster Reading, over an inlaid case with tiger maple bands 104 3/4" h. Est. $4,000-6,000

 

211.        Set of six Pennsylvania bowback Windsor chairs, ca. 1820, retaining old red surfaces.       Est. $1,500-2,500

 

212.        Pennsylvania Chippendale mahogany drop leaf dining table, ca. 1770, with ball and claw feet, 28" h., 18" w., 42 1/2" d.            Est. $1,000-2,000

 

213.        Rare Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany writing desk, ca. 1780, with two hinged lids opening to a writing surface, flanked by two wells above four drawers, 35 1/2" h., 60 1/4" w., 27" d. Provenance: Sotheby's, December 8, 1984, lot 368; Bucks County, Pennsylvania collection.  Est. $1,000-1,500

 

214.        Fulton County, Pennsylvania painted poplar diminutive dower chest, ca. 1850, attributed to Joel Palmer, retaining its original vibrant red surface with a central urn of flowers, flanked by potted tulips, initialed R.M., this is one of the finest Palmer chests extant, 19" h., 33 1/4" w. Est. $12,000-18,000

 

215.        Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut chest of drawers, ca. 1780, 38 3/4" h., 39" w.  Est. $500-1,000

 

216.        Lancaster, Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut slant front desk, ca. 1780, signed by the maker, Conrad Lind (1753-1834), with a fan carved prospect drawer and smooth quarter columns, 44 3/4" h., 41" w. This lot accompanied by a copy of the Magazine Antiques - May 1984 where John Snyder discusses the cabinet maker, pages 1150-1155. Provenance: Private Lancaster, Pennsylvania collection.          Est. $3,000-5,000

 

217.        Mifflin County, Pennsylvania silk on linen sampler, dated 1836, wrought by Isabella Kirk, 17 1/4" x 18".    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

218.        Large Pennsylvania wool needlework, dated 1848, probably Reading area, wrought by Susanna D. Hoch, 23 1/2" x 25 1/2".                Est. $500-1,000

 

219.        Philadelphia Queen Anne walnut tall case clock, ca. 1760, the sarcophagus bonnet enclosing an eight-day works, with a brass face inscribed Augn. Neisser, 95" h.                Est. $3,000-5,000

 

220.        Attributed to Edward Hicks (American 1780-1849), oil on canvas portrait of a gentleman, retaining its original painted frame, with a plaque inscribed Some angel guide my pencil while I draw, a man on earth devoted to the skies 1835, 27" x 24".             Est. $1,000-2,000

 

221.        Lebanon County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chest, dated 1778, attributed to Christian Seltzer, initialed AMGM, retaining its original decoration of three panels with potted flowers, 22" h., 49" w.          Est. $2,000-3,000

 

222.        New Jersey or New York chip carved gumwood spoon rack, late 18th c., with a lollipop finial and allover pinwheel decoration, 22 1/4" h., 9" w. Provenance: Jonathan Trace; Irving and Anita Schorsch.       Est. $5,000-8,000

 

223.        Pennsylvania Federal walnut tall chest, ca. 1800, with three over five drawers, flanked by pilasters with whimsical inlaid floral vines and barber pole edges, 66" h., 42" w. Provenance: Bucks County, Pennsylvania collection.         Est. $3,000-5,000

 

224.        Pennsylvania watercolor fraktur, dated 1846, with a central parrot flanked by female figures, above an eagle and leaping deer, 12 1/2" x 15".          Est. $800-1,200

 

225.        Pennsylvania curly maple two-part corner cupboard, early 19th c., 83" h., 39 1/2" w.        Est. $2,000-4,000

 

226.        Montgomery County, Pennsylvania sgrafitto redware charger, ca. 1815, attributed to John Neis, with green tulip tree decoration on a yellow ground, 12 1/4" dia. Provenance: Private Main Line Pennsylvania collection.                Est. $2,000-3,000

 

227.        Shenandoah Valley redware figural bottle or flask, 19th c., attributed to Solomon Bell, Strasburg, Virginia, 7 7/8" h. Illustrated in Rice & Stoudt, The Shenandoah Pottery, fig. 17. Provenance: Titus Geesey.              Est. $1,500-2,500

 

228.        Jose Formoso Reyes, Nantucket basket purse, dated 1964, the lid with an applied bone plaque featuring a rare carved owl, signed on base, 7" h., 10" w.               Est. $1,500-2,500

 

229.        Silver gilt and bejeweled pocket telescope, early 19th c., with a leather case - 1 7/8" x 2".              Est. $300-400

 

230.        Relief carved marble profile bust of German composer Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787), mounted on an oval marble plaque, 9 3/4" h., 8" w.   Est. $300-500

 

231.        English profile portrait, early 19th c., possibly William Pitt, housed in gilt bronze locket, 2 5/8" x 2 3/8".    Est. $300-500

 

232.        Painted pine corner shelf, early 19th c., with spurred sides and a single drawer in the base, retaining an old red surface, 60 3/4" h.           Est. $1,500-2,500

 

233.        Pennsylvania walnut tall case clock, early 19th c., the eight-day movement with a painted face inscribed Josiah Smith Reading, 94 1/4" h.             Est. $1,000-2,000

 

234.        Pennsylvania William & Mary walnut secretary, ca. 1740, 88" x 38 1/2". Provenance: Titus Geesey.            Est. $2,000-4,000

 

235.        Pennsylvania Federal two-part cherry corner cupboard, early 19th c., 93" h., 43 1/2" w.  Est. $1,000-2,000

 

236.        Samuel Waldo and William Jewett (American 1783-1961 and 1792-1874), oil on panel portrait of Baltimore cabinet maker Gerard Hopkins, signed verso and dated 1854, 36" x 28". Est. $2,000-4,000

 

237.        Cast iron coat of arms fireback, dated 1635, 22 1/2" x 26". Provenance: James Sorber collection. Est. $800-1,200

 

238.        Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut tall case clock, ca. 1770, the eight-day movement with a rocking ship, attributed to George Hoff, 90 1/2" h.            Est. $2,000-4,000

 

239.        Painted cast iron bench, ca. 1900, with a folding back and unusual human foot form feet, 38" h., 55 3/4" w. Purportedly from the Reading Train Station.        Est. $400-800

 

240.        York County, Pennsylvania jacquard coverlet, inscribed John Schwartz York 1847, 105" x 88".       Est. $200-400

 

241.        Three woodlands baskets, late 19th c., the smaller two with potato stamp decoration, largest - 4 1/4" h., 13" w. Est. $400-600

 

242.        Painted pine drysink, 19th c., retaining an old blue/gray surface, 32" h., 49 1/4" w.            Est. $500-1,000

 

243.        Painted pine table top apothecary cupboard, 19th c., retaining a later lavender surface, 22" h., 19 1/2" w.             Est. $300-500

 

244.        Pennsylvania pine two-part Dutch cupboard, early 19th c., 88 1/2" h., 56" w.        Est. $1,000-2,000

 

245.        Daniel Schumacher (Southeastern Pennsylvania, active 1754-1786), Berks County ink and watercolor fraktur birth certificate for Regina Charlotta Westen, b. 1780, 7 1/2" x 12 1/4".              Est. $1,000-2,000

 

246.        Swell-bodied copper running horse weathervane, 19th c., retaining an old gilt and verdigris surface, attributed to the workshop of J. W. Fiske + Co., 18 1/4" h., 25" w.        Est. $1,500-2,500

 

247.        Pennsylvania child's walnut blanket chest, ca. 1800, 23 1/4" h., 29 1/4" w.              Est. $800-1,200

 

248.        Large Philadelphia cast bronze bell, inscribed Jos. Bernhard Philada 1868, 39" h., 31" w.  Est. $800-1,200

 

249.        Painted pine trade sign for King Bros Building, signed L. Fallon Co. lower middle, 13 3/4" x 48".    Est. $300-500

 

250.        Diminutive Pennsylvania painted poplar Dutch cupboard, 19th c., retaining an old ochre grain decorated surface, 83 3/4" h., 40 1/2" w.            Est. $800-1,200

 

251.        Pennsylvania cherry two-part corner cupboard, early 19th c., with a curly maple broken arch cornice, 94" h., 42 1/2" w.           Est. $1,000-2,000

 

252.        Berks County, Pennsylvania painted pine blanket chest, ca. 1840, attributed to Jacob Blatt (1801-1878), retaining its original vibrant salmon fan and circle decoration, 23 1/4" h., 42" w. Illustrated in Fales, American Painted Furniture, fig. 347. Provenance: Jean and Howard Lipman. Est. $10,000-15,000

 

253.        Pennsylvania Chippendale cherry tall chest, ca. 1775, with a matchstick frieze and fluted quarter columns, 68 1/4" h., 39 3/4" w.     Est. $2,000-3,000

 

254.        New Jersey Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1805, with an eight-day works and allover line inlay, 89" h.        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

255.        Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut tea table, ca. 1770, with a dish top, a birdcage, and ball and claw feet, 28" h., 32 3/4" w. Est. $1,000-2,000

 

256.        Southeastern Pennsylvania William & Mary walnut leather back side chair, ca. 1740, with an arched crest and square legs joined by a box stretcher. Provenance: Estate of Donald and Esther Shelley, Pennsylvania. Est. $300-500

 

257.        Pennsylvania Federal mahogany chest of drawers, ca. 1805, with allover line inlay, 36 3/4" h., 36" w.        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

258.        Southern Queen Anne walnut six-legged drop leaf dining table, ca. 1765, 28 1/2" h., 17 1/2" w., 46 1/4" d.             Est. $1,000-1,500

 

259.        Pine one-piece stepback cupboard, early 19th c., with an open shelf top, 68 1/4" h., 37" w.          Est. $800-1,200

 

260.        Painted pine and walnut hanging cupboard, 19th c., retaining an old blue surface, 37 1/2" h., 29 1/2" w.  Est. $400-800

 

261.        Large carved salmon-form trade sign, ca. 1900, 73" l.       Est. $800-1,200

 

262.        Jacob Medinger (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1856-1932), redware fat lamp, 6 3/4" h.      Est. $400-800

 

263.        Pennsylvania turned and painted poplar chalice, 19th c., retaining its original blue and mulberry swag decoration on an ivory ground, 5 3/8" h.             Est. $500-1,000

 

264.        Pennsylvania painted poplar apothecary cupboard, 19th c., retaining an old scrubbed blue surface, 18 1/4" h., 26" w.           Est. $400-600

 

265.        Carved pine eagle, late 19th c., retaining an old black surface, 8" h., 18" w.            Est. $200-400

 

266.        Painted pine pipe rack, 19th c., retaining its original green surface, 20" h., 8" w. Provenance: Titus Geesey.           Est. $500-1,000

 

267.        Pennsylvania pine and walnut tavern table, 18th c., 29" h., 52" w., 31" d.               Est. $800-1,200

 

268.        Cast iron eagle architectural cap, late 19th c., 14" h.          Est. $300-500

 

269.        Pennsylvania painted and stencil decorated frame, 19th c., 15 1/4" x 17 1/2", housing a N. Currier lithograph, titled Death of Genl. Andrew Jackson.               Est. $300-500

 

270.        E. Howard & Co. #89 oak regulator clock, 64 1/2" h.          Est. $1,500-2,500

 

271.        Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut tall chest, ca. 1760, with five short and three long drawers supported by spurred bracket feet, 62 3/4" h., 43" w. Provenance: Titus Geesey.           Est. $1,000-2,000

 

272.        Folk art carved and painted musician group, late 19th c., featuring a standing figure with a cello and three others sitting on a bench, 6 1/4" h., 11" l. Provenance: Stewart Gregory sale, 1979.         Est. $1,500-2,500

 

273.        Folk art carved and painted pine dresser box, 19th c., deeply carved with relief animals, to include a lion, a squirrel, deer, etc., 4" h., 9 1/2" w.            Est. $800-1,200

 

274.        Lehigh County, Pennsylvania ink and watercolor fraktur family tree and blessing, dated 1818, signed J. Ellis, made for Reverend John Gobrecht of North Whitehall, 11 1/2" x 9 1/2".             Est. $800-1,200

 

275.        Miniature Pennsylvania or Virginia stoneware crock with cobalt trailing tulip decoration, 4 1/8" h. Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.  Est. $1,500-2,500

 

276.        Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., attributed to the Diehl pottery, with green and brown slip tulip decoration, 8 1/2" dia. Provenance: Titus Geesey.    Est. $800-1,200

 

277.        Miniature redware jug, 19th c., probably southern, with unusual turquoise glaze, 4" h.   Est. $500-1,000

 

278.        Pennsylvania tiger maple shelf clock, late 18th c., with a later key wind-up movement and the original painted tombstone face, 9" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.             Est. $1,000-1,500

 

279.        Rare Pennsylvania redware cream pitcher, late 18th c., with yellow and brown slip floral decoration, 3 3/4" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.          Est. $1,000-2,000

 

280.        Redware lidded crock, 19th c., the lid attributed to Anthony Baecher, Winchester, Virginia, the crock associated and probably Pennsylvania, 10 1/2" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.     Est. $500-1,000

 

281.        Miniature watercolor on ivory portrait of a boy and his dog, early 19th c., housed in an English silver frame with hallmarks for 1913-1914, 4 3/4" x 4".        Est. $800-1,200

 

282.        Silk on linen sampler, dated 1816, probably New Jersey, wrought by Sarah Hopkins, b. 1799, with a large house and lawn with sheep, 16 1/2" x 16 1/2".          Est. $1,500-2,500

 

283.        Pennsylvania Sheraton walnut two-drawer stand, 19th c., the drawer with inlaid diamonds, a fish, and an anchor, flanked by sides with elaborate pots of flowers, 28" h., 20 1/4" w.            Est. $800-1,200

 

284.        Pennsylvania or Maryland Sheraton tiger maple one-drawer stand, ca. 1825, with an unusual concave top, 29" h., 19 1/2" w. Est. $400-700

 

285.        New England Federal mahogany two-drawer stand, ca. 1810, with an octagonal top and inlaid edges, 28 3/4" h., 18" w.           Est. $400-700

 

286.        Moses B. Russell (American 1809-1884), miniature watercolor on ivory portrait of Martha Elizabeth Clark in a pink dress holding a book, inscribed on backing Painted by M. B. Russell Boston 1847, 3 1/2" x 3".        Est. $2,000-4,000

 

287.        Mahogany knife tray, 19th c., with banded inlays and birds flanking the handle above a single drawer, 8" l., 12 3/4" w.           Est. $300-500

 

288.        Watercolor fraktur drawing, dated 1843, of a bird perched on a tree, 6 1/4" x 4".                Est. $400-600

 

289.        Pennsylvania ink and watercolor fraktur of a bird, 19th c., 4 3/4" x 3 1/2".              Est. $400-800

 

290.        Swell-bodied copper bear weathervane, early/mid 20th c., 23 1/2" h.     Est. $800-1,200

 

291.        New England painted pine blanket chest, late 18th c., retaining an old blue surface, 26 3/4" h., 42" w.      Est. $400-700

 

292.        English combware charger, late 18th c., with allover combed slip decoration, 13 1/2" dia.               Est. $1,000-2,000

 

293.        Connecticut silk on linen sampler, dated 1825, wrought by Ermina Barnes under the instruction of Mrs. M. Street, retaining its original stencil decorated frame, 20" x 20".  Est. $1,000-2,000

 

294.        New England Federal mahogany sofa, ca. 1810, with flame birch inlaid arms and capitals, 38" h., 71" w.   Est. $1,500-2,500

 

295.        Connecticut River Valley Chippendale tiger maple secretary desk, ca. 1775, 94 1/2" h., 41" w.       Est. $15,000-25,000

 

296.        Giltwood convex mirror, ca. 1800, with an eagle crest and foliate pendant, 54" h.              Est. $1,500-2,500

 

297.        New York Hepplewhite highly figured mahogany sideboard, ca. 1800, with allover line and matchstick inlay, 42 1/4" h., 71 1/2" w.     Est. $2,000-4,000

 

298.        New England Queen Anne cherry dressing table, ca. 1765, with four drawers and cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, 29 1/2" h., 34" w. Provenance: New Jersey estate.                Est. $1,500-2,500

 

299.        Massachusetts Chippendale mahogany slant front desk, ca. 1770, with an oxbow front and ball and claw feet, 43 3/4" h., 42" w.   Est. $1,500-2,000

 

300.        Large English brass trumpet candlestick, 17th c., with mid-drip, 8 1/2" h. Provenance: Private Missouri collection; John Walton.     Est. $2,000-3,000

 

301.        Pair of Queen Anne brass scalloped base candlesticks, ca. 1770, 9 3/4" h.               Est. $300-500

 

302.        Large Gothic brass candlestick, 17th c., with an oversized drip pan, 10" h.              Est. $1,000-1,500

 

303.        Giltwood convex mirror, ca. 1800, with an eagle crest, 34" h.       Est. $500-1,000

 

304.        Rare Boston, Massachusetts Queen Anne walnut tall case clock, ca. 1740, the sarcophagus bonnet with pierced fretwork, enclosing eight-day works with a brass face, inscribed Saml Bagnall Boston, 96" h. A closely related clock is in the Chipstone collection. Provenance: Private Maryland collection.  Est. $3,000-5,000

 

305.        Connecticut cherry tall case clock, 19th c., with wooden works, signed R. Whiting Winchester, 84" h.        Est. $400-700

 

306.        Connecticut Chippendale cherry secretary, ca. 1770, with a fan carved prospect drawer, 84 1/2" h., 41 1/4" w. Provenance: New York collector.              Est. $1,500-2,500

 

307.        Massachusetts Chippendale mahogany dressing table, ca. 1770, with a fan carved drawer and ball and claw feet, 30" h., 34 1/4" w.              Est. $1,500-2,500

 

308.        Massachusetts Hepplewhite mahogany tambour desk, ca. 1800, with allover line inlay, the tambour doors with ornate bellflower swags, 45 1/2" h., 37" w.           Est. $2,000-4,000

 

309.        New England Federal mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1810, with an eight-day movement and Roxbury case, 94" h.                Est. $1,500-2,500

 

310.        Massachusetts painted and decoupage decorated one-drawer stand, dated 1835, signed by the maker Cynthia G. Street, West Springfield, decorated allover with historic buildings, figures, animals, etc., 27 3/4" h., 19" w.            Est. $800-1,200

 

311.        Pair of New York Federal mahogany dining chairs, ca. 1820, in the manner of Duncan Phyfe, with lyre backs and animal paw feet.              Est. $1,000-2,000

 

312.        New England painted pine blanket chest, early 19th c., retaining an old blue surface, 34 1/4" h., 42" w.   Est. $800-1,200

 

313.        Hudson River Valley, oil on canvas view of West Point, 19th c., 25" x 30".               Est. $2,500-3,500

 

314.        Groton, Massachusetts silk on linen sampler, dated 1806, wrought by Polly Farnsworth, with the alphabet over verse and a house, 25 3/4" x 16 3/4".      Est. $1,500-2,500

 

315.        New York Hepplewhite mahogany Pembroke table, ca. 1800, with bookend and bellflower chain inlays, 28 1/2" h., 20 1/4" w., 30 3/4" d.      Est. $2,000-4,000

 

316.        Printed broadside for Lawrence, Bradley, & Pardee Carriage Manufacturers, New Haven, Conn., by E. B. & E. C. Kellogg, 20 3/4" x 27 1/2".             Est. $500-1,000

 

317.        Wrought iron floor standing candlestand, 19th c., with an adjustable tin candlecup, 49" h.             Est. $400-600

 

318.        German carved and painted rooster, dated 1906, mounted to a wood base with German script, 12 1/2" h.            Est. $200-400

 

319.        Pennsylvania sackback Windsor chair, ca. 1790, with knuckled arms, retaining an old layered paint history. Provenance: Private Philadelphia collection.        Est. $800-1,200

 

320.        Large carved and painted German bird tree, 19th c., with branches holding ten birds, the base with a carved squirrel and bird panels, 34 1/2" h.           Est. $800-1,200

 

321.        American geometric hooked rug, ca. 1900, with scrolled panels, 54" x 32".             Est. $300-500

 

322.        Hudson Valley walnut kas, ca. 1770, with a removable cornice and bun feet, 76" h., 58" w. Provenance: Private Maryland collection.       Est. $2,000-4,000

 

323.        Pennsylvania tiger maple candlestand, ca. 1800, 26" h., 17 1/2" w.             Est. $300-500

 

324.        Wrought iron trivet, 19th c., with a heart motif, 17 1/2" l.               Est. $200-400

 

325.        American hooked rug of a heron and cattails, early 20th c., with floral end borders, 51" x 30".      Est. $300-500

 

326.        American hooked rug of stars and a moon, ca. 1900, with a braided border, 57" x 42 1/2".              Est. $300-500

 

327.        New England Federal mahogany card table, ca. 1805, with flame birch panels, 28" h., 35 1/2" w. Est. $400-800

 

328.        Massachusetts Queen Anne walnut drop leaf dining table, ca. 1765, 2 3/4" h., 17" w., 48" d.         Est. $500-1,000

 

329.        Carved pine eagle, late 19th c., retaining an old black surface, 8" h., 18" w.            Est. $200-400

 

330.        Thomas McKean (1737-1817) of New Castle County, Delaware, delegate to the Continental Congress, signed document for land in Potter County, dated 1806, 12" x 20 1/2".  Est. $200-400

 

331.        Rare ambergris and beeswax mass, 6 oz. This lot is accompanied by a scientific analysis performed by Orenda Labs in Santa Fe, New Mexico.             Est. $300-500

 

332.        Two ink on paper documents relating to the Chandlee family of clockmakers from Chester County, Pennsylvania and Cecil County, Maryland, to include an agreement of land purchase in East Nottingham between Benjamin Chandlee and John White, dated 1755, signed by Benjamin and Cottey Chandlee, 7 1/2" x 12 3/8", and a deed of sale of land in Cecil County between Ellis Chandlee and Levi Oldham, dated 1822, 10 3/4" x 15 1/2". Provenance: Private Maryland collection.                Est. $400-700

 

333.        Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut dining chair, ca. 1745.                Est. $800-1,200

 

334.        Pennsylvania or New Jersey Sheraton applewood and walnut child's chest of drawers, ca. 1820, 21 3/4" h., 20 3/4" w.           Est. $400-800

 

335.        Lancaster, Pennsylvania painted pine paneled room end, ca. 1800. Removed from a Lancaster home.     Est. $1,000-2,000

 

336.        Pennsylvania Federal cherry Pembroke table, early 19th c., the drawer with bird inlays, 30 1/4" h., 21" w., 42 1/4" d.                Est. $300-500

 

337.        Pennsylvania William & Mary walnut desk on frame, ca. 1740, 39 1/2" h., 31 3/4" w.          Est. $400-800

 

338.        Pennsylvania Federal inlaid mahogany Pembroke table, ca. 1805.              Est. $300-500

 

339.        Federal mahogany lolling chair, ca. 1795.               Est. $500-1,000

 

340.        Hudson Valley gumwood kas, 18th c., retaining an old dry surface, 76 1/2" h., 58 1/2" w.                Est. $1,000-2,000

 

 




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