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Auctioneer Alex Cooper 410-828-4838
Auction Date Aug 26 Auction
Location
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Towson, MD
Time 10:00AM
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Lot: 900 - Fine Paki Persian carpet, approx. 10 x 13.6

Pakistan, modern

Lot: 901 - Pak Peshawar carpet, approx. 11.10 x 15.7

Pakistan, modern

Lot: 902 - Persian Meshed carpet, approx. 9.7 x 12

Iran, circa 1970

Lot: 903 - Persian Keshan carpet, approx. 10 x 13.11

Iran, modern

Lot: 904 - Persian Hamadan rug, approx. 3.6 x 7

Iran, circa 1970

Lot: 905 - Persian Ispahan rug, approx. 3.3 x 4.11

Iran, circa 1970

Lot: 906 - Persian Keshan rug, approx. 4.7 x 7.1

Iran, circa 1960

Lot: 907 - Antique Bahktiari carpet, approx. 10.8 x 14.2

Persia, circa 1930

Lot: 908 - Two Persian scatter rugs, Iran, circa 1960

Sizes are approximately 2.6 x 4.8 and 2.2 x 3.11

Lot: 909 - Two Persian scatter rugs, Iran, circa 1960

Sizes are approximately 2.5 x 3.9 and 2.1 x 2.11

Lot: 910 - Two Persian Hamadan rugs, Iran, circa 1960

Sizes are approximately 3.1 x 4.8 and 3.4 x 5.4

Lot: 911 - Two scatter rugs

One Persian, approximately 2.2 x 3.11 and one Indian, approximately 2.2 x 3.1

Lot: 912 - Persian Hamadan carpet, approx. 8.4 x 11.10

Iran, circa 1960

Lot: 913 - Two Antique Belouch prayer rugs, Afghanistan

circa 1910, sizes are approximately 3 x 4.9 and 2.9 x 4.4

Lot: 914 - Two Antique Shirvan rugs, Caucasus, circa 1890

Sizes are approximately 3.6 x 5.2 and 3.2 x 5.8

Lot: 915 - Antique Yuruk rug, approx. 3.11 x 6.2

Turkey, circa 1910

Lot: 916 - Antique Turkemon Hatchli prayer rug

Turkestan, circa 1900, approximately 3.7 x 5.5

Lot: 917 - Antique Kurdish rug, approx. 5 x 9.8

Persia, circa 1900

Lot: 918 - Unusual Antique Kazak rug, approx. 5.1 x 10.1

Caucasus, circa 1890

Lot: 919 - Antique Kazak rug, approx. 3.1 x 4.1

Caucasus, circa 1900

Lot: 920 - Antique Kazak rug, approx. 3.5 x 5.4

Caucasus, circa 1890

Lot: 921 - Antique Kuba rug, approx. 3.6 x 5.8

Caucasus, circa 1890

Lot: 922 - Two Antique Turkish rugs, Turkey, circa 1900

Sizes are approximately 3.6 x 6 and 2.9 x 4.5

Lot: 923 - Two Antique Shirvan rugs, Caucasus, circa 1890

Sizes are approximately 3.5 x 5 and 3.8 x 5.11

Lot: 924 - Antique Kazak rug, approx. 3.3 x 3.9

Caucasus, circa 1890

Lot: 925 - Two Antique Belouch rugs, Afghanistan, circa 1900

Sizes are approximately 3.1 x 5.6 and 3 x 5.6

Lot: 926 - Two Antique Caucasian rugs, Caucasus, circa 1890

Sizes are approximately 3.2 x 3.5 and 3 x 4.8

Lot: 927 - Antique Yamout rug, approx. 3.2 x 5.4

Turkestan, circa 1900

Lot: 928 - Antique Yamout rug, approx. 2.3 x 4.6

Turkestan, circa 1900

Lot: 929 - Antique Persian bagface, approx. 1.9 x 1.9

Persia, circa 1910

Lot: 930 - Nice Antique Persian bagface, approx. 1.9 x 4.3

Persia, circa 1910

Lot: 931 - Unusual Gendje prayer rug, approx. 2.9 x 5.6

Caucasus, circa 1880

Lot: 932 - Antique Shirvan rug, approx. 4 x 5.8

Caucasus, circa 1900

Lot: 933 - Antique Keshan rug, approx. 4.5 x 6.11

Persia, circa 1930

Lot: 934 - Antique Kazak rug, approx. 3.7 x 7.1

Caucasus, circa 1900

Lot: 935 - Antique Kazak rug, approx. 5 x 6.11

Caucasus, circa 1880

Lot: 936 - Antique Herez carpet, approx. 7.7 x 11.3

Persia, circa 1930

Lot: 937 - Antique Turkish Sparta carpet, Turkey, circa 1920

Size is approximately 8.11 x 11.10

Lot: 938 - Antique Afshar rug, approx. 4.3 x 5.10

Persia, circa 1900

Lot: 939 - Antique Afshar rug, approx. 4.2 x 5.9

Persia, circa 1900

Lot: 940 - Rare Antique Kashkai rug, approx. 5.5 x 8.10

Persia, circa 1900

Lot: 941 - Antique Kuba rug, approx. 3.7 x 5.8

Caucasus, circa 1890

Lot: 942 - Two Antique Belouch rugs, Afghanistan, circa 1900

Sizes are approximately 2.9 x 4.6 and 2.9 x 5

Lot: 943 - Antique Shirvan rug, approx. 3.9 x 5.10

Caucasus, circa 1890

Lot: 944 - Antique Afshar rug, approx. 4.8 x 6.4

Persia, circa 1930

Lot: 945 - Antique Hamadan rug, approx. 4.2 x 6.1

Persia, circa 1920

Lot: 946 - Antique Yamout rug, approx. 5.7 x 9.7

Turkestan, circa 1900

Lot: 947 - Antique Caucasian Kelim runner, approx. 3.1 x 9.3

Caucasus, circa 1880

Lot: 948 - Antique Marsali prayer rug, approx. 3.6 x 5.2

Caucasus, circa 1900

Lot: 949 - Antique Dargazine prayer rug, approx. 3.3 x 5.1

Caucasus, circa 1890

Lot: 950 - Antique Shirvan rug, approx. 4.1 x 4.7

Caucasus, circa 1890

Lot: 951 - Unusual Antique Herez runner, approx. 3.7 x 12

Persia, circa 1900

Lot: 952 - Rare Antique Serapi carpet, approx. 9.1 x 13.2

Persia, circa 1900

Lot: 953 - Antique Shirvan rug, approx. 3.7 x 6.9

Caucasus, circa 1900

Lot: 954 - Antique Kazak prayer rug, approx. 3.3 x 5.9

Caucasus, circa 1890

Lot: 955 - Antique Kazak rug, approx. 3.4 x 6.5

Caucasus, circa 1900

Lot: 956 - Antique Hamadan rug, approx. 5.1 x 6.3

Persia, circa 1920

Lot: 957 - Two Antique Persian rugs, Persia, circa 1920

Sizes are approximately 4.1 x 5.8 and 4 x 4.6

Lot: 958 - Antique Afshar and Kazak rugs

Sizes are approximately 3.5 x 5.1 and 3.6 x 3.8

Lot: 959 - Antique Kelim and Jijime rugs

Sizes are approximately 3.5 x 4.4 and 3 x 4.7

Lot: 960 - Antique Kelim runner, approx. 2.9 x 10.9

Turkey, circa 1930

Lot: 961 - Antique Malayer runner, approx. 2.10 x 10.1

Persia, circa 1910

Lot: 962 - Semi-Antique Herez carpet, approx. 11.5 x 16.2

Iran, circa 1940

Lot: 963 - Persian Karaja runner, approx. 2 x 6

Iran, modern

Lot: 964 - Persian Gabbeh rug, approx. 3.7 x 4.6

Iran, modern

Lot: 965 - Jaipur Indian runner, approx. 2.7 x 12

India, modern

Lot: 966 - Persian Gabbeh rug, approx. 3.8 x 4.10

Iran, modern

Lot: 967 - Persian Keshan rug, approx. 8.6 x 11.9

Iran, modern

Lot: 968 - Soumak carpet, approx. 9 x 12

India, modern

Lot: 969 - Fine silk Chinese rug, approx. 3 x 5

China, modern

Lot: 970 - Persian Ispahan rug, approx. 3.7 x 6.2

Iran, modern

Lot: 971 - Persian Keshan rug, approx. 4.6 x 7

Iran, circa 1970

Lot: 972 - Caucasian scatter rug, approx. 3.3 x 5.3

Caucasus, circa 1940

Lot: 973 - Antique Fette Chinese carpet, approx. 9.5 x 11.6

China, circa 1930

Lot: 974 - Antique Keshan rug, approx. 4.3 x 7.2

Persia, circa 1920

Lot: 975 - Persian Herez carpet, approx. 9.4 x 15.9

Iran, circa 1940

Lot: 976 - Persian Herez rug, approx. 8.6 x 9.10

Iran, circa 1960

Lot: 977 - Persian Sarouk carpet, approx. 10.6 x 13.10

Iran, circa 1940

Lot: 978 - Persian Hamadan carpet, approx. 10.9 x 13.10

Iran, circa 1960

Lot: 979 - Persian Hamadan carpet, approx. 8.9 x 12.3

Iran, circa 1960

Lot: 980 - Persian Meshed carpet, approx. 9.6 x 12.6

Iran, circa 1970

Lot: 981 - Persian Keshan carpet, approx. 9.10 x 13.2

Iran, modern

Lot: 982 - Persian Keshan carpet, approx. 9.10 x 13.2

Iran, circa 1970

Lot: 983 - Pakistani Bohkara carpet, approx. 10 4 x 15.1

Pakistan, circa 1970

Lot: 1000 - Thoams Keyse. Still Life with Fruit, oil on canvas

(British, 1720-1800). Signed "T. Keyse" lr, illegible inscription on label on verso, 12 x 14 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1001 - David T. Turnbaugh. The Day's Catch, pair of oils

(American, b. 1937). Depicting hanging fish and hanging game, pair of oils on board, each signed "Turnbaugh" ul and ur, one dated '72 ur, 24 x 18 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1002 - Andy Warhol. "JFK," from Flash - November 22, 1963

(American, 1928-1987). Silkscreen, from the edition of 200, Racolin Press, New York publisher, signed "Andy Warhol" in pen on verso, sight size: 20 3/4 x 20 1/2 in., framed. The series, Flash, contained 11 screenprints was created in 1968, depicting

Lot: 1003 - Maurice Utrillo. Vase de Fleurs, oil on panel

(French, 1883-1955). Signed "Maurice Utrillo.V." lr, 33 1/4 x 25 1/4 in., framed This lively floral still life by the Parisian artist, Maurice Utrillo, depicts a subject matter that became popular in his work in the later part of his life. He is best

Lot: 1004 - Joan Miro. "Preparatifs d'oiseaux," lithograph

(Spanish, 1893-1983). Ed. 56/75, signed "Miro" lr, sight size: 18 x 22 1/4 in., framed. Limited edition, colorful work by the Spanish Surrealist artist.

Lot: 1005 - Elioth Gruner. Summer Landscape, oil on canvas

(Australian, 1882-1939). Signed and dated "E. Gruner, 1911" lr, 9 x 12 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1006 - Anders Leonard Zorn. "Kajuta," etching

(Swedish, 1860-1920). Unsigned, 11 3/8 x 7 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1007 - Georg Jahn. Two framed etchings

(German, 1869-1941). 1.) By the Sea, signed "Georg Jahn" lr, plate size: 9 x 21 3/4 in. 2.) Bathers in a Grotto, signed "Georg Jahn" lr, plate size: 15 3/4 x 15 3/4 in.

Lot: 1008 - Ferjo. Surrealist Interior, acrylic on canvas

Fernando de Jesus Oliveira (Brazilian, b. 1946). Signed "Ferjo" lr, 24 x 30 in., framed

Lot: 1009 - Jacques Lipchitz. Untitled, lithograph

(Lithuanian, 1891-1973). From the "Tree of Life" portfolio, ed. 171/250, signed "Lipchitz" lr, 25 3/4 x 18 in., framed

Lot: 1010 - Keith Haring. "Flowers III," screenprint

(American, 1958-1990). Printers Proof 1/3, signed and dated "K. Haring, '90" lr, 39 1/4 x 50 3/4 in., framed "Flowers III," is an excellent example of Haring's graffiti aesthetic with bold outlines and bright colors. The drip line/splatter marks are

Lot: 1011 - Keith Haring. "Fight Aids Worldwide," lithograph

(American, 1958-1990). Ed. 96/1000, United Nations and estate blindstamps lr, estate seal on verso, pencil signed on verso by Julia Gruen, executor for the Keith Haring estate, attached signed letter by Annabelle Weiner, former Deputy Director of the

Lot: 1012 - Keith Haring. "Against All Odds," lithograph

(American, 1958-1990). From the series "20 Drawings," ed. 415/500, photocopied C.O.A on verso, 8 1/2 x 10 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1012A - Keith Haring. "Against All Odds," lithograph

(American, 1958-1990). From the series "20 Drawings," ed. 415/500, photocopied C.O.A on verso, 8 1/2 x 10 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1013 - Jean-Michel Basquiat. "Swan Spraying," graphite

(American, 1960-1988).Superb, rare graphite on paper, signed and dated "Basquiat, 1988," lr, titled in center of drawing, 12 3/4 x 19 1/2 in., framed. Jean-Michel Basquiat emerged from the New York "Punk" scene as a graffiti artist who successfully

Lot: 1014 - C. Adolf Schreyer. Arab Watering Horses, oil

Christian Adolf Schreyer (German, 1828-1899). Oil on canvas, signed "Ad. Schreyer" ll, 25 3/4 x 20 in., framed

Lot: 1015 - Attr. to Louis Kronberg. "La Mora," pastel

(American, 1872-1965). Pastel on paper, with possible signature on verso, inscribed "La Mora, La Mora dancer with Fritz Schiff Opera Co.de Modiste, 1905" on verso, sight size: 25 1/2 x 16 in., framed

Lot: 1016 - T. Slowsky. American Frigates at Sea, oil

(20th century). Oil on canvas, signed "T. Slowsky" lr, 24 x 36 in., framed

Lot: 1017 - Bennard Perlman. "Reflections," oil on masonite

Bennard Bloch Perlman (American, 1928-2016). Signed "Perlman" lr, titled on verso, 18 x 24 in., framed

Lot: 1018 - French School, 17th c. Allegory, oil on canvas

Allegory of Drawing, 40 x 58 in., framed

Lot: 1019 - Louis Cheron. Hercules and the Cretan Bull

(French, 1660-1715). Sepia ink, red chalk and wash on paper, inscribed "Cheron" ll, 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1020 - Grace Hartigan. "Palm Trees," lithograph

(American, 1922-2008). Lithograph, pencil signed "Grace Hartigan" and dated 1962-1966, lr., and pencil signed with title, "Palm Trees," ll. 31 x 23.75 in., framed Outstanding artist proof by by the Abstract Expressionist painter and member of the New

Lot: 1021 - After Hendrick Avercamp. A Scene on the Ice, oil

(Dutch, 1585-1634). Late 19th/early 20th century, after the circa 1615 original in the National Gallery in London, oil on canvas, unsigned, 8 1/2 x 13 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1022 - Dutch School, 18th c. Roadside Greeting, oil

Oil on panel, unsigned, 8 3/4 x 12 in., framed

Lot: 1023 - Dutch School, 17th c. Three Men at a Window, ink

Pen and ink on paper, unsigned, 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1024 - Hans Figura. Durnstein an der Donau, mixed media

(Austrian/American, 1898-1978). Graphite and watercolor on paper, signed and dated "Hans Figura, 1927" lr, sight size: 12 x 12 in., framed

Lot: 1025 - Continental School, 19th c. Gypsy Encampment, oil

Possibly Jacob Alt (German, 1789 - 1872). Oil on canvas, probably signed "Alt" lr, 6 x 11 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1026 - Continental School, 16th c. Classical Scene, oil

Probably Flemish. Possibly a depiction of the Embarkation of Saint Ursula and Her Virginal Handmaidens, oil on panel, 10 1/4 x 17 3/4 in., framed

Lot: 1027 - Spanish Colonial Manner Tryptych, oil

Late 19th/early 20th century. Oil on panel, size opened: 22 1/2 x 15 1/2 in.

Lot: 1028 - Cuzco School. Madonna and Child, oil on panel

Late 18th century. 7 x 5 3/4 in., framed

Lot: 1029 - Spanish Colonial School, 18th c. oil on canvas

Depicting a priest pointing to a vision of the Coronation of the Virgin, 15 x 12 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1030 - Italian School, 17th c. Adoration of the Shepherds

Follower of Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, oil on canvas, 36 x 51 in., framed

Lot: 1031 - George Scharf. Charles Huguier portrait, gouache

(German, 1788-1860). Gouache on paper, inscribed along left and right borders "Charles Hugier, homme de lettres, age de cinquante six ans. Peint par georg Scharf, 1811," sheet size: 7 1/4 x 6 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1032 - LeRoy Neiman. "Churchill Downs," serigraph

(American, 1921-2012). Ed. 222/250, pencil signed "LeRoy Neiman" lr, image size: 28 1/2 x 37 3/4 in., framed

Lot: 1033 - LeRoy Neiman. "Secretariat II," serigraph

(American, 1921-2012). Ed. 233/250, signed "LeRoy Neiman" lr, image size: 23 3/4 x 12 in., framed

Lot: 1034 - Salvador Dali. Two woodblocks from "Divine Comedy"

(Spanish, 1904-1989). German edition, 1974. 1.) "The Apparition of Saint James," signed "Dali" in block, 13 x 10 1/2 in., framed 2.) "The Lustful," signed "Dali" in block, 13 x 10 1/4 in., framed. Both authenticated, pencil signed and dated by Bruce

Lot: 1035 - Romare Bearden. "Louisiana Serenade," lithograph

Romare Howard Bearden (American, 1911-1988). color lithograph, ed. 56/175, signed "Romare Bearden" lr, 24 1/2 x 33 3/4 in., framed "Louisiana Serenade" is from Romare Bearden's JAZZ series, 1979. Bearden is widely recognized as one of the most

Lot: 1036 - Romare Bearden. "Mecklenburg Autumn," lithograph

Romare Howard Bearden (American, 1911-1988). Artist proof, signed in plate lr, 27 1/2 x 21 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1037 - Isaac Maimon. "Sisters," oil on canvas

(Israeli, b. 1951). Signed "Maimon" lr, 37 1/2 x 30 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1038 - Ringo Starr. "Hold Me, Love Me," silkscreen

(British, b. 1940). Ed. 66/150, inscribed/signed "Love, Ringo" lr, stamped "Published by Celebrity Art, RingoStarrArt.com, 21 x 27 in., framed

Lot: 1039 - Donald Conrad Pretchel. Seagull Over Waves, oil

(American, b. 1936). Oil on masonite, signed "Don Pretchel, N.W.S." ll, signed, inscribed and dated "82" on verso, 8 1/4 x 10 in., framed

Lot: 1040 - Alexander Calder. Composition, lithograph

(American, 1898-1976). From "Our Unfinished Revolution" suite, 1974, ed. 215/250, signed and dated "Calder, '75" in stone lr, 22 x 29 1/2 in., framed One of ten plates from the album Our Unfinished Revolution. A superb impression with fresh, bright

Lot: 1041 - Alphonse Mucha. Figures Decoratives, pl. 4, 6, 26

(Moravian, 1860-1939). Three lithographs, sight size: 15 1/2 x 11 1/4 in., each framed

Lot: 1042 - Alexandra Nechita. "Winning Together," lithograph

(Romanian/American, b. 1985). Ed. 169/2500, signed and dated "Nechita, '98" lr, 24 1/4 x 18 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1042A - Ian Hornak. Surrealist Scene, pen and ink on paper

(American, 1944-2002). Signed and dated "Ian Hornak, 1968" lr, sight size: 21 x 27 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1043 - Continental School, 18th c. Landscape, oil

Late 18th century. Oil on canvas, unsigned, 32 x 42 in., framed

Lot: 1044 - Itzchak Tarkay. "Seated Lady in Cafe," mixed media

(Israeli, 1935-2012). Tarkay blind stamp lr, printed signature lr, signed on verso by the artist's wife Bruria Tarkay, signed on C.O.A. by artist's wife, 7 1/2 x 5 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1045 - Stephanie Emanuel Gardner "Intus," mixed media

(American, 20th/21st century). Mixed media on canvas, signed, titled, and dated 2011 on verso, 64 x 34 in., unframed

Lot: 1046 - James Rosenquist. "Black Star," two etchings

(American, 1933-2017). 1.) "Black Star," ed. 67/78, etching with pochoir, signed and dated "James Rosenquist, 1978" lr, titled ll, 17 3/4 x 35 3/4 in., framed 2.) "Black Star," ed. 56/70, second state etching with pochoir, signed and dated

Lot: 1047 - Sara Abel DeLuca. "Acadia, Maine," oil on canvas

(American, 20th/21st century). Signed "Abel" lr, 44 x 60 in., framed

Lot: 1048 - Sara Abel DeLuca. Grand Tetons, Wyoming, oil

(American, 20th/21st century). Oil on canvas, signed "Abel" ll, 48 x 60 in., framed

Lot: 1049 - Sara Abel DeLuca. "Bryce Canyon, Utah," oil

(American, 20th/21st century). Oil on canvas, signed "Abel" lr, 36 x 48 in., framed

Lot: 1050 - Mr. Brainwash. "Keep a Child Alive," serigraph

Thierry Guetta (French, b. 1966). Blue version, ed. 19/150, signed with fingerprint on verso, dated 2011 on verso, 30 x 22 1/4 in., framed The pseudonym of Thierry Guetta, Mr. Brainwash is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and Pop artist. Mr.

Lot: 1051 - Henri Matisse. Two lithographs from "Ronsard's"

(French, 1869-1954). Illustrations from "Ronsard's Love Poems," unsigned, sight size: 14 1/4 x 10 1/4 in., each framed

Lot: 1052 - Jane Johnson. Tabletop Still Life, oil on canvas

(American, 20th century). Circa 1930, signed "Jane Johnson" lr, 35 x 28 in., framed

Lot: 1053 - Gladys Hack Goldstein. "Sunset," oil on canvas

(American, 1918-2010). Signed "Gladys Goldstein" ll, 12 x 26 in., framed

Lot: 1054 - Joan Miro. "Femmes et Oiseaux Devant la Nuit"

(Spanish, 1893-1983). Pochoir from "The Prints of Joan Miro," published by Curt Valentin, 11 x 8 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1055 - Joan Miro. "Femmes et Oiseaux Devant la Lune"

(Spanish, 1893-1983). Pochoir from "The Prints of Joan Miro," published by Curt Valentin, 11 x 8 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1056 - H. Harris. Lakeside Village, watercolor on paper

Probably Henry Harris (British, 1852-1926). Signed and dated "H. Harris, London, 1902" lr, sight size: 8 1/4 x 11 3/4 in., framed

Lot: 1057 - Rembrandt van Rijn. "The Tribute Money," etching

(Dutch, 1606-1669). Late 18th/early 19th century impression, 1635, 2 7/8 x 4 in., framed

Lot: 1058 - Rembrandt. "Christ and the Woman of Samaria"

(Dutch, 1606-1669). Etching, 1657, late 18th century impression, signed and dated "Rembrandt, 1658" in plate cl, 4 7/8 x 6 3/16 in., framed

Lot: 1059 - Peter Max. "Flower Jumper...," mixed media

(German, b. 1937). "Flower Jumper Over Sunrise," mixed media with acrylic on paper, signed "Max" in acrylic lc, artist stamp on verso, Peter Max original art certification with blind stamp on verso, 11 x 8 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1059A - Peter Max. "Cosmic Jumper," mixed media on paper

(German, b. 1937). Mixed media with acrylic on paper, signed "Max" in acrylic lc, artist stamp on verso, dated 2009, 11 x 8 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1060 - Peter Robert Keil. Six Abstract mixed medias

(German, b. 1942). Mixed media on masonite, five signed and dated, 39 1/4 x 27 1/2 in., all unframed

Lot: 1061 - John J. Hammer. Shoreside Village, oil on canvas

John Johann Hammer (German, 1842-1906). Signed "John J. Hammer" lr, 16 x 13 in., framed

Lot: 1062 - Noi Volkov. "Some Like it Hot." sculpture

(Russian, 2017). Earthenware Surrealistic sculpture inspired by the 1959 movie starring Marilyn Monroe. Signed "Noi Volkov" and dated 2017 on front of piece.

Lot: 1063 - Noi Volkov. "Dali and Magritte." ceramic

(Russian, 2009). Earthenware conceptual Surrealist teapot. Homage to Dali and Magritte. Signed "Noi Volkov" and dated 2009 on verso. 21 x 12 x 8 in.

Lot: 1064 - Noi Volkov. "The Kiss," whimsical oil on canvas

(Russian, 1993). Signed "Noi Volkov" and dated 1993 lr. 30 x 40 in. unframed.

Lot: 1065 - Noi Volkov. " Adel by Klimt." ceramic

(Russian, 2016). Conceptual, earthenware teapot. Homage to Austrian painter, Gustav Klimt. Number 28 out of a series of 50 with Certificate of Authenticity. Signed "Noi Volkov 28/50" and dated 2016 on verso. 11 x 9 x 4 in.

Lot: 1066 - Noi Volkov. "Rembrandt and Angelina Joli." oil

(Russian, 2013) Surrealist oil on canvas. Signed "Noi Volkov" and dated 2013 lr. 26 x 20 in. Unframed.

Lot: 1066A - Noi Volkov, figurative pastel on green paper

(Russian, b. 1947) Lively, unique pastel on green paper. Signed Volkov N., ll,, 30 x 271/2 in., framed.

Lot: 1067 - Walter Reinsel. Floral Still Life, oil on canvas

(American, 1905-1979). Signed "Reinsel" lr, 28 1/2 x 23 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1068 - Jay Arnold. "Great Republic," oil on canvas

(American, 20th century). Signed "J. Arnold" lr, 24 x 36 in., framed

Lot: 1069 - Jay Arnold. "Off Sandy Point, Chesapeake Bay," oil

(American, 20th century). Oil on canvas, signed "J. Arnold" lr, 24 x 36 in., framed

Lot: 1070 - American School, 19th c. Portrait of Two Sisters

Primitive, second half 19th century. Oil on canvas, unsigned, 35 1/2 x 29 in., framed

Lot: 1071 - Claude Weisbuch. Trio of French lithographs

(French, 1927-2014). Three pencil signed and numbered lithographs by the renowned engraver and lithographer, Claude Weisbuch. "Nicolo Paganini" portrait of the violinist, 31/100, 25 x 19.5 in., framed, with certificate of authenticity. "Presto"

Lot: 1072 - After Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. "Elles," litho

(French, 1864-1901). Lithograph, ed. VII/CCLXXV, stamped signature lr, Musee Toulouse-Lautrec blind stamp ll, image size: 23 1/2 x 18 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1072A - Bernard Gantner. Trio of lithographs

(French. 1928- ). Three pencil signed and numbered lithographs by French landscape painter and lithographer. "Bel Automne" 86/100, 34 x 28.75 in., framed, with certificate of authenticity. "Retour De La Foret" 65/185, 31.5 x 25.5 in., framed. Two

Lot: 1073 - Claes Oldenburg. "Slice of Cake," lithograph

(Swedish, b. 1929). From the "One Cent Life" portfolio, dated 1963 in plate, E.W. Kornfield, Bern publisher, sight size: 14 1/2 x 10 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1074 - Roy Lichtenstein. "Girl," serigraph

(American, 1923-1997). From the "One Cent Life" portfolio, unsigned, , E.W. Kornfield, Bern publisher, sight size: 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 in., framed Roy Lichtenstein was an American pop artist. who became a leading art figure during the 1960s, along with

Lot: 1075 - Roy Lichtenstein. "Spray Can," lithograph

(American, 1923-1997). From the "One Cent Life" portfolio, unsigned, , E.W. Kornfield, Bern publisher, sight size: 12 1/2 x 10 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1076 - Robert Knipschild. "Summer Field," oil on canvas

(American, 1927-2004). Signed "Knipschild" lr, titled and dated "1985" on verso, 22 x 18 in., framed

Lot: 1076A - Robert Knipschild. "Large Ochre Cove," oil

(American, 1927-2004). Oil on canvas, signed "Knipschild" lr, titled and dated 1982 on strecher on verso, 22 x 28 in., framed

Lot: 1077 - Eugene Hill Ferrara. "Westminster Farm," oil

(American, 20th century). Oil on canvas, initialed "E.H.F." lr, signed and titled on verso, 24 x 30 in., framed

Lot: 1078 - Will R. Barnet. "Paean," serigraph

(American, 1918-1992). Ed. 221/300, signed "Will Barnet" lr, titled ll, 21 x 23 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1079 - Attr. to Cornelis Lens. Prometheus Bound, oil

Attributed to Andries Cornelis Lens. (Antwerp, 1739-1822). Oil on canvas, 25 1/2 x 32 in., framed

Lot: 1080 - Eugene Galien-Laloue. Barbizon Landscape, oil

(French, 1854-1941). Oil on canvas, signed with pseudonym "M. Juliany" ll, 20 x 16 in., framed

Lot: 1081 - 19th c. Russian Icon of the Virgin and Child

Egg tempera on panel, surrounded by a gilt metal riza, 12 x 9 3/4 in.

Lot: 1082 - Jaimendes. Pool Hall Scene, oil on canvas

(Brazilian, b. 1939). Signed and dated "Jaimendes, '86" lr, 21 x 25 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1083 - Jaimendes. Brothel Scene, oil on canvas

(Brazilian, b. 1939). Signed and dated "Jaimendes, '86" lr, 25 x 21 in., framed

Lot: 1084 - Josef M. Arentz. Crashing Waves, oil on canvas

(German/American, 1903-1969). Signed and dated "Josef M. Arentz, 1944" lr, 24 x 36 in., framed

Lot: 1085 - Theo Tobiasse. "Quels sont ils...", lithograph

(Israeli, 1927-2012). "Quels sont ils ces rivages où meurt la mémoire?", ed 110/175, signed "Theo Tobiasse" lr, 40 x 27 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1086 - Elizabeth Gowdy Baker. Reading By the Sea, w/c

(American, 1860-1927). Signed "E.G. Baker" lr, sight size: 12 1/2 x 21 3/4 in., framed

Lot: 1087 - John Brandon Sills. Meadowscape, oil on canvas

(American, late 20th century). Signed and dated "J.Sills, '90" lr, 11 1/2 x 16 in., framed

Lot: 1088 - Paul Jenkins. "Phenomena Tibetan Ladder," litho

(American, 1923-2012). Color lithograph, ed. 25/100, signed "Paul Jenkins" lr, 38 x 27 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1089 - Tammra Sigler. "Reclining on Red," oil on canvas

(American, 20th/21st century). Signed "Tammra Sigler" lr, signed, titled, and dated 1990 on verso, 59 1/4 x 62 1/4 in., slat framed

Lot: 1089A - Boris Margo. Two signed cellocuts, each framed

(Ukrainian/American, 1902-1995). 1.) "September," ed. 11/20, signed and dated "Boris Margo, '79" lr, 16 3/4 x 21 3/4 in. 2.) "October," ed. 7/20, signed and dated "Boris Margo, '79" lr, 21 3/4 x 16 3/4 in.

Lot: 1090 - Gabrielle De Vaux Clements. Two Maryland etchings

(American, 1858-1948). 1.) "The Harbor (The Old and the New - Baltimore)," pencil signed "Gabrielle DeV.. Clements" lr, signed and dated 1926 in plate ll, 11 3/4 x 17 1/2 in., framed 2.) "State House-Annapolis," pencil signed "Gabrielle DeV.

Lot: 1091 - Kees Van Loon. Flower Market, oil

(Dutch, b.1930). Oil on canvas, signed "K. Van Loon" ll, 27 x 35 in., framed,

Lot: 1092 - Max Beckmann. "Bildnes Herr Loeb," drypoint

(German, 1884-1950). 1922, signed in pencil "Beckmann" lr, 4 1/2 x 3 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1093 - After Vincent Van Gogh. "Thatched Cottages," litho

(Dutch, 1853-1890). "Thatched Cottages at Cordeville," color lithograph, Mourlot stamp lr, Mourlot stamp on verso with #48 written in pencil, sight size: 28 x 35 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1094 - Richard Schultz. "Maisel's Homestead, Glenelg" oil

(American, 1915-2007). Oil on canvas, signed "R.D. Schultz" lr, titled on card on verso, 28 x 36 in., framed

Lot: 1095 - Richard Schultz. "Bogert's Covered Bridge," oil

"Bogert's Covered Bridge, Lehigh Pkway," oil on canvas, signed and dated "R.D. Schultz, 1989" lr, titled on card on verso, 25 x 28 in., framed

Lot: 1096 - Richard Schultz. "Panoramic View of Fall," oil

(American, 1915-2017). Oil on canvas, signed "R.D. Schultz" lr, titled on verso, 22 x 26 in., framed

Lot: 1096A - Richard Schultz. "Stone Bridge (3 Arches)," oil

(American, 1915-2007). Oil on canvas, signed "R.D. Schultz" lr, titled on card on verso, 22 x 26 in., framed

Lot: 1097 - Alex Saval, Floral Still Life, oil on canvas

(Romanian, b.1929). Signed "Saval" lr, 24 x 36 in., framed.

Lot: 1098 - Jacob Glushakow. Tranquil Park Scene, oil on board

(American, 1914-2000). Signed "Glushakow" lr, 9 x 12 in., framed

Lot: 1099 - Ernst Stierhof. Man Reading Newspaper, oil

(German, b. 1918). Oil on canvas, signed "Stierhof, Mehn." ur, 9 1/2 x 7 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1099A - Itzchak Tarkay. "Purple Hat," monotype

(Israeli, 1935-2012). Signed "Tarkay" lr, 10 1/2 x 14 in., framed

Lot: 1100 - Royal Worcester china panel vase

dated 1891; painted floral decoration with gilt accents, #1535, 12 in. H.

Lot: 1101 - Reverse painting on glass, Seljuk warrior

19th century; mounted warrior in night time landscape, framed, 12 x 10 in.

Lot: 1102 - Contemporary greyhound bronze

12 in. H.

Lot: 1103 - Pair Louis XVI style gilt bronze candlesticks

elaborate gilt bronze sockets and bases with maroon enamel shafts, 16 in. H.

Lot: 1104 - Copper and brass figural box

shaped lidded box with cast brass pointer dog figure on lid, 7 in. H. , 12 in. W.

Lot: 1105 - Chinoiserie style casket

with brass handles, gilt on lacquer decoration of figures in garden, on brass ball feet, 11 in. H. , 18 in. W. , 9 in. D.

Lot: 1106 - Pair Regency china armorial plates

circa 1815; probably Derby, border with foliate and gilt decoration, center pinwheel decoration, and offset armorial of bird, 10 in. Diam.

Lot: 1107 - Herman Moll, Virginia and Maryland map

(English, 1654-1732), hand colored map, dated 1729, 11 x 8 in. , framed

Lot: 1108 - John Seller, Virginia and Maryland map

(English, 1630-1697). hand colored map, circa 1685, 5 x 6 in. , framed

Lot: 1109 - Thomas Kitchin, Maryland and Scotland maps

(Scottish, 1718-1784)., "Map of Maryland with the Delaware counties and the southern part of New Jersey," hand colored map, circa 1750, 7 x 9 in. , framed and "Scotland," circa 1760, 7 1/2 x 9 in. , framed

Lot: 1110 - Emanuel Bowen, Virginia and Maryland map

(1694-1767). hand colored map, dated 1747, 13 x 9 in. , framed

Lot: 1111 - John Hinton, Maryland map

(English, 18th century) "New and Accurate Map of the Province of Maryland in North America" hand colored map, circa 1780, 11 x 13 1/4 in. , framed

Lot: 1112 - Willem Blaeu, Virginia map

(Dutch, 1571-1638). "Nova Virginnae Tabvla" (sic), hand colored map, mid 17th century, 15 x 19 1/2 in. , framed

Lot: 1113 - Thomas Bowen, North America map

(English 18th century). "New & Accurate Map of North America including Nootka Sound with the new discovered Islands on the North East coast of Asia" (sic) hand colored map, circa 1790, 11 x 17 in. , framed

Lot: 1114 - John Carey. North America map

(English, 1754-1835). "Part of North America comprehending Ohio, New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Carolinas & Georgia" (sic) hand colored map, circa 1782, 9 1/2 x 12 3/4 in., framed

Lot: 1115 - J. Denison and A. Doolittle Maryland/Delaware map

circa 1800; "Map of the States of Maryland and Delaware", by J. Denison and engraved by Amos Doolittle, 7 1/2 x 10 1/4 in., framed

Lot: 1116 - Jacques Bellin. Chesapeake Bay map

(French, 1703-1772). "Carte de la Baye De Chesapeack et Pays Voisins" (sic), hand- colored map, circa 1759, 7 x 11 in., framed

Lot: 1117 - After Allain Mallet. Virginia map

(French, 1630-1706), German edition of "Virginie" (sic) hand-colored map, circa 1685, 7 x 4 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1118 - Chinese Export Rose Medallion punch bowl

fourth quarter-19th century; 15 in. Diam.

Lot: 1119 - Large Chinese Export Rose Medallion compote

fourth quarter-19th century; 4 1/2 in. H., 10 in. Diam.

Lot: 1120 - Three Chinese Export Rose Medallion small platters

fourth quarter-19th century; all 12 in. L., 9 in. W.

Lot: 1121 - Three Chinese Export Rose Medallion articles

fourth quarter-19th century; paneled cream jug 6 in. H., oval scalloped rimmed dish, 7 in. L., and tureen underplate, 14 1/2 in. L.

Lot: 1122 - Chinese School 20th century gouache

woman feeding dog, pigment on gold fleck rice paper, with chop marks, framed, 15 x 11 1/2 in.

Lot: 1123 - Chinese School 20th century gouache

sage under tree, pigment and ink on rice paper, calligraphy and chop marks

Lot: 1124 - Cold painted bronze spectacled cobra

modeled as striking cobra, 6 in, H.

Lot: 1125 - Cold painted bronze demon

red painted bronze figure, with carved bone skull, mounted on wood base, figure-2 1/4 in. L.

Lot: 1126 - Five bronze European grass snakes

colorfully painted, 2 to 6 in. L.

Lot: 1127 - Belleek-Willets painted porcelain vase

early 20th century; painted with exotic birds and flowers, with parcel gilt ground, 18 in. H.

Lot: 1128 - Lladro porcelain elephant family group

#1150, 14 in. H.

Lot: 1129 - 11 Samson Chinese Export style soup plates

first quarter-20th century; Famille Rose decoration with gilt accents, 9 1/4 in. Diam.

Lot: 1130 - French porcelain Art Nouveau jardiniere

late 19th century; painted image of young Flora seated on column remnant in garden, with gilt accents and blue ground, with geometric design on verso, 9 1/2 in. H., 10 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1131 - Continental porcelain vase lamp

second half-19th century; possibly French, with painted and applied flowers, mounted on gilt wood base, 25 in. H.

Lot: 1132 - Large Mettlach regimental stein

late 19th century; pewter mounted glazed stoneware stein, celebrating peace, for end of "Franco-Prussian War," 21 in. H.

Lot: 1133 - Meissen porcelain charger

20th century; painted rose center decoration, 13 3/4 in. Diam.

Lot: 1134 - Ralph Clews Landing of Lafayette platter

circa 1830; dark blue octagonal platter depicting historic event, impressed mark on verso, 19 in. L., 14 1/4 in. W.

Lot: 1135 - Lladro porcelain group: Romance

#4831, 17 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1136 - Vitrix Hot Glass Studio sculpture

"Rainbow Heechee Probe with Black Spine," by Thomas Kelly, multi-color abstract glass sculpture,10 in.H., 16 in. W., 10 in. D.

Lot: 1137 - Herend porcelain teapot and sugar bowl

in the "Chinese Rust Bouquet Pattern," teapot - 8 1/2 in. H.,sugar bowl - 4 in. H., 6 in. Diam.

Lot: 1138 - Herend porcelain 2-light candelabra & teapot

in the "Rothschild Bird" pattern, candelabra - 9 in. H., 5 in. W., teapot - 9 in. H.

Lot: 1139 - Rookwood ashtray & Van Briggle toothpick holder

Rookwood art pottery bird figure ashtray, impressed "1139," dated 1949, 4 in. H., 6 in. W., and a Van Briggle pottery top hat toothpick holder, 3 in. H.

Lot: 1140 - 15 pieces Staffordshire china dinnerware

second quarter-19th century; each piece with chocolate border having floral white slip decoration and painted floral center, comprising 3 platters, largest - 19 1/2 in. L., 8 dinner plates, and 4 soup bowls, 10 in. Diam.

Lot: 1141 - Seven pieces Chamberlains ironstone dinner ware

second quarter-19th century; decorated in the Imari taste, comprising: large platter, 20 in. L. and 6 dinner plates, 10 in. Diam., all with impressed mark

Lot: 1142 - Grainger china partial dessert service

mid-19th century; painted floral decoration, including: 4 small compotes, pair round footed serving plates, pair shaped footed serving plates, large compote, 3 matching luncheon plates, and 2 similar luncheon plates, with impressed mark ;

Lot: 1143 - Waterford crystal commemorative vase

large chalice-form vase engraved "Burdines 100th Anniversary," 13 in. H., 9 in. Diam.

Lot: 1144 - Pietro Consagra. Un Millimetro aluminum book

(Italian, 1920-2005). 12 perforated miniature aluminum plates bound into book form, cover engraved "Un Millimetro Consagra," 71/250, back cover with engraved information in Italian, 3 1/2 x 2 3/4 in.

Lot: 1145 - Rosa Bonheur, Le Taureau bronze

(French, 1820-1899). Modeled as walking bull, signed in cast "Rosa B," 7 in. H., 11 1/2 in. L.

Lot: 1150 - Collection of 44 former presidential signatures

rare and historically important collection of presidential signatures from George Washington to Barack Obama, clipped signature with picture of each president, all set chronologically in two large gilt gallery frames, first frame from Washington to

Lot: 1151 - Pair Ward Brothers canvas back working duck decoys

"1936 Style," carved and painted wood hen and drake, hen signed in pen, "L.J. Ward - Bro. Crisfield Md. Lem-Steve Ward 1936," 7 in. H., 15 in. L. and drake "Ward Bro. Crisfield MD Lem-Steve 1940," 8 in. H., 15 in.

Lot: 1152 - Ward Brothers painted wood Blue Bill decoy

"1936 style'" signed "L.T. Ward-Bro Crisfield Md Lem-Steve Ward 1936," carved and painted wood working duck decoy, 7 1/2 in. H., 15 in. L.

Lot: 1153 - Wood & glass display case attributed to Ward Bros.

Neoclassical style wood case frame with beveled glass sides and removable glass top, base with resin to simulate water, with three cavities for decoys, each with pencil written name for each decoy, with engraved brass plaque, "Ward Brothers Classics

Lot: 1154 - Baccarat crystal kingfisher

circa 1970s; stylized figure by Robert Rigot, 34/200, signed, 13 3/4 in. H.

Lot: 1155 - Meissen porcelain figural group

early 20th century; modeled as three rococo figures around urn on rocky ledge with floral garlands, 9 in. H.

Lot: 1156 - Four Lladro porcelain animals

including: "Message of Peace" Christmas tree topper, #6587, "Kitty Confrontation" #1442, "Bunny Eating" #4773 and "Donkey in Love" #4524, height of tallest-10 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1157 - Lladro Romantic Couple porcelain group

#4662, 10 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1158 - Lladro Song Bird porcelain group

#6093, 9 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1159 - Wedgwood jasperware rectangular plaque

early 20th century; sage green ground with bacchanal scene, 4 x 12 in.

Lot: 1160 - Tiffany style hanging leaded glass light fixture

circa 1930s- 1940s; three-socket fixture with green and yellow glass panes, with Arts and Crafts forged metal hanging chain, 26 in. Diam.

Lot: 1161 - Pair Regency inlaid mahogany knife urns

circa 1815; octagonal urn form with mahogany veneers and banded inlay, open to reveal fitted interior, lids lock into place, urn finial with square base, 24 in. H., 12 in. W.

Lot: 1162 - American School 19th century miniature

portrait of a young beauty, gouache, framed 2 1/2 x 2 in.

Lot: 1163 - Pair English School 19th century miniatures

gentleman and lady, gouaches, in stamped sheet brass and cardboard frames, image - 2 x 1 3/4 in.

Lot: 1164 - French School 19th century miniature

portrait of a lady, gouache, in ebonized wood deep well frame, image - 1 3/4 x 1 1/4 in.

Lot: 1165 - American School 19th century miniature

portrait of a beauty, gouache, framed, image-3 x 2 1/2 in.

Lot: 1166 - Three Lladro porcelain figures

including; pair "Graceful Swan" #5230, 8 in. H. and "Sweet Dreams" #1535, 6 1/2 in. L.

Lot: 1167 - Five Lladro porcelain angels

including; Christmas Tree topper, musical angels and others,4 to 8 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1168 - Four Baccarat sulphide paperweights

including; Will Rogers, Harry Truman and two of John F. Kennedy, 2 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1169 - Two large cased art glass sea shells

whelk type shell with multi color swirl design, signed "Geoffrey Beetem 1990," 12 in. L. and similar unsigned spiral shell,10 in. L.

Lot: 1170 - Continental School, renaissance peddler bronze

19th century; modeled as man in renaissance attire with basket pack on back, carrying lantern and a walking stick, on black slate base, 5 3/4 in. H.

Lot: 1171 - 16 assorted miniature porcelain boxes

gilt metal mounted porcelain boxes, 12 Limoges, including; hot air balloon, stove, monkey, suitcase, and others, 3 metal boxes, with inset porcelain lids and large French shaped vanity box, 1 to 5 1/2 in. W. and a Royal Doulton china "Bunnykins"

Lot: 1172 - Six silver plated figural napkin ring holders

late19th/early 20th century; including; 2 fairies, elk, squirrel, rabbit, and chick and deer and sleigh sugar shell

Lot: 1173 - Chinese Export Rose Medallion charger/ objects

late 19th century; 13 in. Diam. and 3 Rose Medallion spoon rests and 3 Famille Rose miniature boxes and cloisonne miniature apple box

Lot: 1174 - De Nacre et d'Orient shagreen Carousel box

octagonal paneled box, with sky blue shagreen panels framed by bone, on lid and body, carved bone spherical knop, with teak wood interior and removable suede covered tray, 7 in. H., 7 in. W,

Lot: 1175 - George IV inlaid burl walnut tea caddy

circa 1800; banded and elaborate cross hatch inlay on lid and front, fitted and lidded interior, 5 in. H. , 9 in. W.

Lot: 1176 - Victorian cast iron garden urn

late 19th century; two part classical style urn, 24 in. H., 27 in. Diam.

Lot: 1177 - Classical style cast iron garden urn

with ram head handles and putti relief decoration, 27 in. H. , 17 in. Diam.

Lot: 1178 - Pair Staffordshire pearlware shaped serving dishes

second quarter 19th century; with floral transfer decoration, 10 1/2 in. L., 7 in. W. and a blue transfer child's cann " Peg and Top," 3 in. H.'

Lot: 1179 - Pair Chinese glazed terracotta elephant roof tiles

elephant figure on altar base, mounted on wood and metal double socket lamp base, 17 in. H.

Lot: 1180 - Chinese Export melon jar and bulb planter

Famille Rose melon jar with meandering garden scene with figures, phoenix and flowers, 14 in. H. , late 19th century and blue and white porcelain bulb planter, having reticulated honeycomb sides and cross hatch rim decoration, 9 in. L., 6 in. W. ,

Lot: 1181 - Victorian cast iron book press

late 19th/early 20th century; with stencil floral decoration, 18 in. H. , 21 in. W.

Lot: 1182 - Chinese fabric and gold thread robe

elaborate decoration on back with gold fabric interior

Lot: 1183 - American punched tin lantern

19th century; conical form with hinged door and wrought carrying ring handle, 17 in. H.

Lot: 1184 - Two early American lighting devices

18th century; including: wrought iron reed light on turned oak base, 9 1/2 in. H., and wrought iron reed light/candleholder, with twist handles, mounted on oak base, 12 in. H.

Lot: 1185 - Early American pigtail candlestick

18th century; spiral wrought metal candleholder on wood base, 7 in..

Lot: 1186 - George III painted mahogany tea caddy

circa 1790; lid and sides with painted putti and floral swag decoration, 6 in. H., 9 1/2 in. W.

Lot: 1187 - Regency pen work chinoiserie tea caddy

circa 1815; elaborate pen work oriental garden scenes, floral decorated interior lids on brass ball feet, 6 in. H., 8 in. W.

Lot: 1188 - George III inlaid mahogany shaped tea caddy

fourth quarter-18th century; with band and string inlay, canted corner form and lidded interior, 5 1/2 in. H., 7 3/4 in. W.

Lot: 1189 - George III octagonal mahogany tea caddy

fourth quarter-18th century; with banded inlay, 5 in. H., 8 1/2 in. W.

Lot: 1190 - Victorian rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy

mid-19th century; with elaborate mother-of-pearl vine inlay, interior with domed top tea canisters and mother-of-pearl floral inlay, and initiials "GB," and glass mixing bowl, 8 in. H., 13 1/2 in. W.

Lot: 1191 - George III satinwood tea caddy

dated 1807; banded inlay, inset metal handle with engraved initials "TED," interior with two lidded tea canisters and glass mixing bowls, piece dated by touch marks on hinges, 7 in. H., 14 1/2 in. W.

Lot: 1192 - George III Chippendale mahogany tea caddy

circa1770; with brass handle lid with bracket feet and three-compartment interior, 7 in. H., 9 3/4 in. W.

Lot: 1193 - George III inlaid mahogany tea caddy

fourth quarter-19th century; with elaborate shell, urn, string, and band inlays, double lidded interior on wood ball feet, 6 in. H., 10 in. W.

Lot: 1194 - George III Chippendale mahogany tea caddy

fourth quarter-18th century; with brass pull lid handle, and three interior compartments, 6 in. H.., 10 in. W.

Lot: 1195 - George III inlaid mahogan tea caddy

fourth quarter-18th century; with string and band inlay and three-section interior, 6 in. H., 10 1/2 in. W.

Lot: 1196 - George III inlaid pecan wood tea caddy

circa 1810; with shell and banded inlays and interior with removable sink lidded tea compartments, 6 in, H., 9 3/4 in. W..

Lot: 1197 - Victorian inlaid rosewood tea caddy

mid-19th century; sarcophagus form with elaborate floral inlay, with lidded interior on bun feet, 7 in. H. 11 1/2 in. W.

Lot: 1198 - Regency mahogany sarcophagus tea caddy

circa 1815; with banded inlay, interior with fitted compartment mixing bowl, on bun feet, 7 in. H., 12 3/4 in. W.

Lot: 1198A - Regency mahogany inlaid tea caddy

circa 1815; with banded inlay, elaborate fitted interior with two covered tea containers, covered spoon storage area, and mixing bowl, with brass ring handles, 7 in. H., 14 in. W.

Lot: 1199 - Tiffany gilt bronze Buddha bookends

first quarter-20th century; tombstone form with relief image of seated meditating Buddha on altar base, impressed "Tiffany Studios New York 1025," 6 in. H., 4 3/4 in. W.

Lot: 1200 - Large Swiss 12 air inlaid rosewood music box

fourth quarter-19th century; rosewood case with ebonized band, floral inlay, with painted image of Oktoberfest maiden, interior having 6 bells, drum and castanet, printed play list on lid interior, 12 in. H., 25 in. W., 14 in. D.

Lot: 1201 - Antoine Louis Barye. Tigre Marchant bronze

(French, 1796-1875). Modeled as prowling tiger, signed in cast "BARYE," 8 1/4 in. H., 16 1/4 in. L.

Lot: 1202 - Longman & Lukey cotillion playing cards

London, circa 1770. Comprising 33 cards, one side engraved with identified cotillion tune and inset suit, 3 3/4 in. H., 2 1/2 in. W.

Lot: 1203 - French Napoleonic Wars Jeu des Drapeaux

circa 1815. Comprising 31 hand-colored engraved cards, suits associated with military forces and identified in French - hearts for the French, spades for the English and Scottish, diamonds for the Germans, clubs for the Russians; 4 in. H, 2 1/2 in. W

Lot: 1204 - Dutch Mississippi Bubble playing cards

Circa 1720. Comprising 17 playing cards and cock title card. Satirizing John Law's Mississippi Bubble scheme, each card is a hand-colored engraving, with single suit and number, identifying specific persons and events of the scheme. 3 1/4 in. H, 1

Lot: 1205 - Longman & Lukey cotillion playing cards

London, circa 1775. Comprising 10 cards, one side engraved with cotillion tune and inset suit, 2 3/4 in. H, 4 5/8 in. W

Lot: 1206 - B.P. Grimaud Imperial and Royal playing cards

Paris, circa 1858. Comprising a complete deck of 52 hand-colored etched cards. Depicting the Imperial and Royal rulers and their consorts of France, England, Austria and Russia. Ace cards are shown with the coat of arms. Knave of clubs reads "B.P.

Lot: 1207 - French Jeu de Grotesque uncut playing card sheet

19th century, sheet comprising 32 hand-colored engraved uncut cards, depicting "grosses tete" and double sense figures, inset with suit. Sheet size, 19 3/4 in. H, 25 1/2 in.; card size 4 1/4 in. H, 2 3/4 in. W

Lot: 1208 - Collection English and Continental playing cards

Including complete Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee pack by Charles Goodall & Son, 1897, chromolithograph, 3 1/2 in. H, 2 1/2 in. W; Frommann musical card game, Darmstadt, 1880s, two cards with Italian stamps, chromolithograph, 3 1/2 in. H, 2 5/8

Lot: 1209 - Collection American and German playing cards

Including complete Art Deco "Parade" deck by E.E. Fairchild, within original box; complete deck by The U.S. Playing Card Co., the reverse decorated with Dutch folk art scene; German complete hunting theme skat deck designed by Gunter Schmitz and

Lot: 1210 - Russian playing cards

Designed by Konstantin Matveeich Gribanov, St. Petersburg, circa 1830; comprising 25 hand-colored suit cards and 12 additional; one side with provincial crest, suit, list of towns and costume portrait; the reverse with provincial map detailing

Lot: 1211 - 11 J.C. Cotta transformation cards

Tubingen, Germany; hand-colored engravings, including nine from Jeanne d'Arc, 1805; and two others, circa 1805-1806; each 3 3/4 in. H., 2 3/4 in. W.

Lot: 1212 - Large Chinese Export trumpet vase

early 19th century; "Hawthorne Pattern," with Greek Key border, 18 in. H.

Lot: 1213 - Chinese Export blue and white charger

Kang Xi, circa 1690; with floral and fan design, 14 in. H.

Lot: 1214 - Chinese Export porcelain plate

circa 1760; blue and white with Famille Rose accents, figure in boat, with Haiga Sophia cathedral in background, 8 3/4 in. Diam.

Lot: 1215 - Chinese Export porcelain Astor bowl

Kang Xi, circa 1690; with stylized blue and white flower decoration, character mark underneath, 6 in. Diam.

Lot: 1216 - Chinese Export porcelain Astor bowl

Kang Xi, circa 1690; with stylized floral decoration, 10 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1217 - Rare Chinese Export European subject plate

circa 1760; puce color decoration of European fisherman, 9 in. Diam.

Lot: 1218 - Rare Chinese Export Rose Mandarin punch bowl

circa 1820; rare and historically important bowl, with sepia pallet caricature of a British Naval officer as a game piece, in two vignettes on exterior and encircled by Sacred Carp on center of interior, exterior also having two vivid court scene

Lot: 1219 - Chinese Export porcelain platter

blue and white "Floral and Sacred Object" decoration, with cross hatch border, 14 in. L., 11 in. W.

Lot: 1220 - Six Chinese Export blue and white porcelain plates

circa 1760; all with river scene scene decoration, 9 in. Diam.

Lot: 1221 - Pair Chinese Export Famille Rose fruit bowls

circa 1770; lobed form with floral decoration and gilt spearhead border, 4 in. H., 9 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1222 - Chinese porcelain bowl in the Kang Xi manner

sepia wave decoration with blue dragons and character mark underneath, 5 in. H., 12 in. Diam.

Lot: 1223 - Chinese Export Rose Mandarin sauce tureen

circa 1835; bulbous form, floral and bat border, with scholars, 6 in. H., 8 Diam.

Lot: 1224 - Chinese blue and white porcelain vase

with character mark underneath, 14 in. H.

Lot: 1225 - Chinese Export porcelain vase

circa 1850; blue phoenix, and floral decoration on green celadon ground, 16 in. H.

Lot: 1226 - Chinese Export Famille Noir vase lamp

second half 19th century; with Famille Rose Sacred Object decoration in high relief, mounted on wood base,15 1/2 in. H. , with new shade

Lot: 1227 - Three Asian vase lamps

including; Chinese Export Famille Rose vase lamp, 20th century; 13 in. H., Japanese cloisonne enamel paneled vase, 20th century, 14 in. H. and Chinese enameled spelter panel vase, with figures in high relief, 14 in. H.

Lot: 1228 - Arts and Crafts reverse painted glass shade lamp

first quarter 20th century; enameled metal double handled candlestick form base and reverse painted glass shade, depicting forest and mountainous landscape with house and figures with horse cart, 20 in. H., shade-13 in. Diam.

Lot: 1229 - American School, early 19th century miniature

portrait of handsome young man, gouache, in leather case, 3 x 2 3/4 in

Lot: 1230 - English School, early 19th century miniature

oval portrait of handsome young gentleman, in brass and glass locket frame, 2 3/4 x 2 in.

Lot: 1231 - English School 19th century miniature

portrait of "Queen Charlotte"(1744-1818), gouache, set in lid of 20th century Georgian style brass ring box, image-2 3/4 x 2 in.

Lot: 1232 - Anglo-American early 19th century school miniature

portrait of a young boy, gouache in gilt metal locket frame, 1 3/4 x 1 1/2 in.

Lot: 1233 - Wedgwood "Londonderry" dinner service

Including 8 dinner plates, 8 salad plates, 7 bread and butter plates, 8 cups with saucers, square cake plate, coffee pot, teapot, creamer and sugar - 44 pieces total. 10 1/2 in. diam., dinner plate.

Lot: 1234 - Attributed to John Carlin, portrait E.A. Brown

(American, 1813-1891), miniature portrait of deceased child identified as E.A. Brown (1845-50), gouache, in locket case, 1 3/4 x 1 in.

Lot: 1235 - Anglo-American school late 18th century miniature

portrait of a cleric, gouache, in burnished bezel case, 1 1/2 x 1 in.

Lot: 1236 - American School 19th century miniature

portrait of a gentleman, gouache, in gilt metal case with black glass back, 2 1/2 x 2 in.

Lot: 1237 - American School 19th century miniature

portrait of a man, gouache, etched pattern on back of case, 2 1/2 x 2 in.

Lot: 1238 - American School miniature portrait

circa 1830; portrait of a young man in original locket with lock of hair, 2 3/4 x 2 in.

Lot: 1239 - American School 19th century portrait

"Aunt of General Stewart" profile portrait in watercolor and pencil on paper, in modern gilt frame, 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 in. , Identified on verso

Lot: 1240 - Anglo-American School 19th century miniature

portrait of woman in turban, gouache, in original papier-mache frame, 3 x 2 1/2 in.

Lot: 1241 - English School18th century miniature

portrait of a gentleman, gouache, in 9 karat gold broach pin, 1 1/2 x 1 in.

Lot: 1242 - American School watercolor portrait

mid 19th century; portrait of a Boston lady, watercolor and pencil on paper, framed, 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 in.

Lot: 1243 - American School miniature portrait

portrait of "Agnes and Rosa Hamilton, painted by their Mother 1847/ given to her daughter Mary/19th July 1858," gouache, 3 x 4 in. , framed

Lot: 1244 - Anglo-American School miniature portrait

circa 1825; young Masonic gentleman, gouache, possibly China Trade artist, 3 x 2 1/2 in., framed

Lot: 1245 - Pauline B. Williams, young woman miniature

(American, b.1888). portrait of young woman, gouache, signed lr, in brass locket frame, 2 3/4 x 2 in.

Lot: 1246 - American School miniature portrait of a child

circa 1840; gouache, in original case with hair reserve, 2 3/4 x 2 in.

Lot: 1247 - Continental School 18th century miniature

portrait of a gentleman, gouache, in 9 karat gold locket, 1 1/2 x 1 1/4 in.

Lot: 1248 - American School miniature portrait

early 19th century; portrait of a woman in blue dress with roses in hair, in ebonized wood frame, 2 3/4 x 2 1/2 in.

Lot: 1249 - Moses B. Russell, Samuel L. Cutter miniature

(American, 1809-1884). miniature portrait of Samuel L. Cutter of Boston, gouache, in A.P. Critchlow & Co. Daguerreotype case, mid 19th century, 2 1/2 x 1 3/4 in.

Lot: 1250 - Pair American wax profile miniatures

19th century; of a lady and gentleman, framed, 4 1/2 in. x 4 in.

Lot: 1251 - American School double sided portrait miniatures

early 19th century; portraits of youth and girl in double sided broach pin frame. gouaches, 2 1/4 x 1 3/4 in.

Lot: 1252 - Two Continental School miniature portraits

20th century; including portrait of an officer, gouache in painted wood frame, 2 1/2 in. Diam. and portrait of a 19th century beauty, gouache, set in lid of brass ring box, 1 3/4 x 1 1/4 in.

Lot: 1253 - Regency toleware box with portrait of a beauty

circa 1815; rectangular box with full figure miniature portrait of a young beauty on lid, 4 1/2 in. L. 2 3/4 in. W.

Lot: 1254 - Three Continental bead work objects

including; leather eye glasses case with beadwork flowers, anchor and lyre on both sides, initials "FJ" and dated 1842, 5 3/4 in. L., 3 1/2 in. W. , floral bead work covered matchbox holder, 2 1/4 in. L. and a floral needlepoint and beadwork domed

Lot: 1255 - English School miniature portrait

18th century; portrait of a gentleman, gouache,in brass locket frame, 1 1/2 x 1 in.

Lot: 1256 - Four continental vanity boxes

including;cut glass rouge pot with cracked ice enamel and brass lid, Capodimonte brass mounted heart shaped box and similar shaped box and a brass and slag glass bow with floral enameled edge, 1 1/4 to 2 1/4 in. W.

Lot: 1257 - Loetz silver covered glass vase

early 20th century; iridescent glass vase with etched floral silver decoration, 7 in. H.

Lot: 1258 - Chinese carved hardstone floral branch

20 in. L.

Lot: 1259 - Chinese Sang de Boeuf porcelain vase

18th century or earlier; originally mounted as lamp, 9 in. H.

Lot: 1260 - Two pair of brass candlesticks

including; pair Victorian brass candlesticks, 10 1/2 in. H., late 19th century, and a pair of French dish base brass candlesticks, 7 in. H., 4 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1261 - Dutch brass capstan candleholder

early 18th century; broad base circular candleholder, 6 in. H., 5 in. Diam.

Lot: 1262 - French brass candlestick

late 18th century; with drip pan and triangular footed base, shaft attached to base by screw and wing nut, 16 in. H.

Lot: 1263 - Two Spanish brass square based candlesticks

mid-18th century; brush foot candlestick, 8 1/2 in. H., square base capstan type candlestick, 6 in. H.

Lot: 1264 - Pair French cast brass candlesticks

19th century; pair heavy brass candlesticks, probably altar candlesticks, with capstan style bases, 14 in. H.

Lot: 1265 - Pair Gothic manner pewter chambersticks

19th century; circular base, with pierced gothic crosses, 4 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1266 - Two brass dallahs and a finjan

19th century or later; two traditional Arabian handled coffee vessels, 11 1/2 and 14 in. H., and an etched brass vessel with applied side handle, 9 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1267 - Two Arabian portable brass spice/coffee grinders

late 19th/early 20th century; both with etched decoration, 8 and 10 in. L.

Lot: 1268 - Rare pewter St. Nicholas charger

mid-18th century; border with etched foliate decoration and center with etched image of St. Nicholas dressed as bishop, with name above, unidentified tap marks underneath, 15 in. H.

Lot: 1269 - George III pewter charger

second half-18th century; with impressed armorial and initials "DR and HR," 13 in. Diam.

Lot: 1270 - Continental and English pewter flagons

18th century; one marked : "Ian Van Rees," 9 1/2 in. H. and English flagon with "Tudor" style rose mark, 10 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1271 - 15 Worcester blue and white china cups and saucers

Doctor Wall.circa 1760; including: 6 matched cups and saucers, one with tea bowl and single saucer and cup

Lot: 1272 - Assembled Meissen porcelain tea articles

19 items, including: teapot, 8 cups, 8 saucers, luncheon plate, and serving plate

Lot: 1273 - Continental brass and glass-mounted jewelry box

late 19th century; jade glass box with enameled floral decoration and inset emerald glass panel lid, 2 1/2 in. H., 5 in. W.

Lot: 1274 - Pair English double air twist glass wine stems

second half-18th century; white and red air twists with clear bowl and base, 5 in. H.

Lot: 1275 - Pair continental blown and cut glass wine stems

19th century; faceted cut glass stems with etched rims, 7 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1276 - Pair Bohemian etched air twist glass wine stems

19th century; with etched grape and vine decoration, 8 in. H.

Lot: 1277 - Two English air twist glass wine stems

second half-18th century; including; large bell shaped bowl with double air twist, 9 in. H., and large air twist with large bowl, 8 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1278 - Continental etched air twist wine stem

18th century; large trumpet form with etched armorial and flower basket, having double air twist stem, 11 in. H.

Lot: 1279 - Two large English glass wine stems

18th century; including: air twist stem, 9 1/2 in. H., and an air bubble stem, 9 in. H.

Lot: 1280 - Two Bohemian glass wine stems

18th century; large etched and faceted glass stem, 9 in. H., and a double air twist stem, 7 1/4 in. H.

Lot: 1281 - Two Continental glass wine stems

19th century; blown glass stem with applied glass dimples and border, 6 in. H., and double twist stem with air bubbles in bowl base, 7 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1282 - Three English air twist glass wine stems

18th century; two with white air twists and one clear air twist, 7 and 8 in. H.

Lot: 1283 - Four English air twist glass wine stems

18th century; one with swollen stem, 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1284 - Seven Anglo-Irish glass wine stems

early 19th century; with faceted bowl bases, 4 in. H.

Lot: 1285 - Pair Continental glass wine stems

18th century; with swelled stem and bowl base, 6 in. H.

Lot: 1286 - Three English etched glass wine stems

18th century; including: air twist stem with floral etched stem, stem with etched wreath and berry decoration, and grape vine etched stem with cut glass stem and scalloped base, 5 1/2 to 7 in. H.

Lot: 1287 - Three English glass wine stems

18th century; including: flute with cut faceted stem, wine glass with cut faceted stem and etched decorative rim, and wine glass with spiral cut stem and faceted bowl base, 6 to 7 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1288 - Three English etched glass wine stems

18th century; including: square based tem with etched vine decoration, wine stem with swirl etched stem, and flute with floral etched decoration, 5 to 6 in. H.

Lot: 1289 - Three continental glass wine stems

including: Bohemian green glass roemer, 19th century, French floral and swag etched flute with inscription "Les 'Inclinations," 18th century; and a Bohemian glass flute, 6 to 8 in. H.

Lot: 1290 - Five Bohemian etched clear glass tumblers

late 19th and 20th centuries; all with etched vignettes of castles and chateau's with their locations, all with faceted bases, 3 to 4 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1291 - Three English etched glass flip glasses

19th century; glass with etched rim and fluted base, glass with etched grape and wheat decoration, and glass with etched equestrian scene, possibly Irish, 5 to 6 in. H.

Lot: 1292 - Bohemian etched glass ice bucket

19th century; elaborate floral decoration, with castle vignettes, 7 1/2 in. H., 6 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1293 - Bohemian etched glass flagon and flip glass

19th century; flip glass with etched castle and landscape vignettes, 5 in. H., and pewter mounted flagon with applied handle and etched floral decoration, pewter lid with engraved initials "M.S.," 8 in. H.

Lot: 1294 - Three English glass wine stems

late 18th and 19th centuries; wine flute with air twist stem, wine stem with air bubble stem base, and wine stem with paneled stem, 5 1/2 to 8 in. H.

Lot: 1295 - English Delftware charger and plate

mid-18th century; Liverpool polychrome Delftware charger, 13 in. Diam, and a Bristol Delftware blue decorated plate, 9 in. Diam.

Lot: 1296 - Vienna porcelain partial tea/dessert service

painted floral decoration, 31 pieces, comprising: teapot, creamer, sugar bowl, 11 cups and saucers, and 6 dessert plates

Lot: 1297 - Thun Klosterle imperial porcelain dessert plate

early 20th century; with raised Habsburg medallion, impressed on verso "TK," 8 in. Diam.

Lot: 1298 - Rare Chinese Export Mandarin Pallet garniture

circa 1775; comprising pair ovoid vases and reverse ovoid vase, with rare turquoise chicken skin ground having raised grape leaf decoration and four over glaze enamel court scene vignettes, each 11 in. H.

Lot: 1299 - History of England, 15 vols., First Edition

De rapin Thoyras. Published by James and John Knapton London 1728-1731, 15 vols., full original calf leather with fold outs, some taping

Lot: 1300 - "Alexandria," Nuremberg Chronicle, 1493

original page from the Nuremberg Chronicle, German edition, 1493, including a panorama of Alexandria, Egypt, woodcut with old hand coloring

Lot: 1301 - Prints of Egyptian landmarks, 18th-19th c.

group of 9 old prints including the Sphinx, pyramids, and contemporaneous city views; engravings, all framed (one with two prints in one frame)

Lot: 1302 - Two 16th century maps: Egypt and Africa

two early engraved maps in octavo format: 1) After Ptolemy, "Tabula Aphricae II" showing Libya, the North African shore, and Mediterranean islands, from the Universal Geography, Cologne, Keschedt, 1597; 2) After Ortelius, "Africa," showing the whole

Lot: 1303 - Five maps of Egypt and North Africa

five 17th or 18th century maps of Egypt and North Africa in octavo format, including: P. Du Val, "Aegyptus Antiqua," about 6 1/4 X 8 1/4; A small map of the delta area with letterpress text in Italian; and a map divided into 3 vignettes: "Barbaria,"

Lot: 1304 - Mercator's map of Crete, about 1630

Gerard Mercator; "Candia Cum Insulis aliquot curia Graecium;" engraving with early coloring, 13 1/2 X 19 in., p.m.; letterpress text verso

Lot: 1305 - Jansson's map of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea

Jan Jansson, "Paascaarte van't Oostelyckste deel van de Middelandsche Zee (Amsterdam: 1652) Engraving with old hand coloring, 21 1/2 X 16 1/2, p.m.

Lot: 1306 - Three maps of Africa and Middle East

comprising: 1) Nicolas Sanson, "Haute Ethiopie …" Paris, 1655, engraving, about 16 X 20 in., p.m.; 2) after Sanson, "Description de l'Empire du Sophi des Perses," Paris, c,1730, engraving with old outline color, 15 1/2 X 20 1/2 in., p.m.; and 3)

Lot: 1307 - Ortelius: Three maps of the Near East

Three maps printed from a single engraved plate, from Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Antwerp, 1598: "'Natoliae, Quae Olim Asia Minor, Nova Descriptio;" "Aegypti Recentior Descriptio …;" "and "Carthaginis Celeberrimi Sinus Typus;" engraving with old

Lot: 1308 - Early Maps and Views of Egypt

Group of early maps and views of Egypt and the Mediterranean, including engraved views of Cairo and Alexandria from Meller's Description de l'Univers (Paris: 1683); Herman Moll, "The East Part of Barbary" from the System of Georgraphy (London:

Lot: 1309 - Ottens; "Roiaume d'Alger" about 1720

Reinier and Joshua Ottens; "Nouvelle Carte du Roiaume d'Alger, Divisee en toutes ses provinces" (Amsterdam: c.1720), engraving with old hand coloring, 17 1/2 X 22 1/4 in. p.m.

Lot: 1310 - Assorted Egyptian Maps and Views

including 5 leaves from Munster's Cosmographia (c.1550) with woodcut views of Cairo, the pyramids, and two duplicate pages with map of lower Egypt; a page from unidentified Italian incunable with map of Egypt and Arabia; and A French hand-colored

Lot: 1311 - Ortelius: Aegyptus Antiqua, circa 1585

Two fine large engraved maps, 15 1/2 X 20 3/4 in. overall, with bright old coloring, originally intended to be joined, but bound as single sheets in an atlas, with German letterpress verso; published at Antwerp, about 1585

Lot: 1312 - Two woodcut maps of northeastern Africa

Two woodcut maps of the northeastern part of Africa, including Egypt, Ethiopia, and Libya, after Ptolemy: 1) Waldseemuller, "Tertia Africae Tabula," published at Strasbourg, c. 1520, woodcut with hand coloring, 17 3/4 X 24 in. overall; 2) Servetus,

Lot: 1313 - Libya and Egypt, after Ptolemy, about 1535

Two examples of Fries, after Ptolemy, "Libyae Interioris Pars," (Vienna, 1535) woodcut, with letterpress verso (the ornaments attributed to Hans Holbein and Urs Graf), 12 X 18 in., p.m.

Lot: 1314 - Two maps of Egypt and the Sinai

1) J. Stocklein, "Land-Taffel uber Nider-Thebais," dated 1717, engraving with vignettes, 14 1/2 X 11 in., p .m.; 2) O. Dapper, "Nieuwe Kaert van Egipten (Amsterdam: 1668) engraving with colored outlines, 11 1/4 X 14 1/2 in, p.m.

Lot: 1315 - Two engraved and hand-colored maps of Egypt

1) J. Jansson; "Aegypti Recentior Descriptio …" (Amsterdam: 1666) about 16 X 20 in., p.m.; 2) J. Blaeu, "Nova Aegypti Tabula" circa 1670, about 17 1/4 X 20 1/2 in., p.m.

Lot: 1316 - Two engraved and hand-colored maps of Egypt

1) J. Blaeu, "Nova Aegypti Tabula," circa 1670, 17 1/4 X 20 1/2 in., p.m.; 2) Pierre Du Val, "Aegyptus Antiqua Divisa in Nomos," (Amsterdam: c.1660), 15 1/4 X 20 1/2 in., p.m.

Lot: 1317 - Two engraved maps of Egypt

1) The first modern map of Egypt, Paulo Forlani, "Nuova et Copiosa Descrittione di tutto l'Egitto," (Venice: 1566) 10 1/2 X 13 13/4 in., p.m.; 2) Pierre Du Val, "Aegyptus Antiqua Divisa in Nomos," (Amsterdam: c.1660), with early hand outlining, 15

Lot: 1318 - Three engraved maps of Egypt after Ptolemy

1) G. Ruscelli, after Ptolemy, "Tabula Africae III" (Venice: Ziletti, 1574) 7 1/2 X 10 1/4 in., p.m., letterpress verso; 2) Gastaldi and Valgrisi, "Egitto Nuova Tabula," (Venice: 1574) 7 1/2 X 10 1/4 in. p.m.; 3) Ruscelli, "Marmarica Nuova Tabula"

Lot: 1319 - Three engraved maps of Egypt after Ptolemy

1) Gastaldi, "Aegyptus Nova Tabula," (Venice: 1548) the first engraved map of the subject, 5 1/4 X 7, p.m., letterpress verso; 2) Gastaldi and Valgrisi, "Egitto Nuova Tabula," (Venice: 1574) 7 1/2 X 10 1/4 in. p.m.; 3) Ruscelli, "Marmarica Nuova

Lot: 1320 - Five maps of Egypt, 16th - 18th century

removed from various quarto or octavo atlases

Lot: 1321 - Four maps of Egypt, 16th - 19th century

removed from folio or quarto atlases, including: 1) "Descrittione dell'Egitto," (Venice: 1596); 2-3) Christoph Cellarius, "Aegyptus et Cyrenaica," and "Aegypti Delta et Nili Ostia" (Amsterdam: 1706); and 4) W. H. Toms, "Aegypti Delta et Nili Ostia"

Lot: 1322 - Four maps of Egypt, 18th - 19th century

including: 1) P. de la Rue. "Egypte Moderne dict Chibet, (Paris: c.1650) engraving with colored outlines; 2) "L'Egitte Antico" (Rome: 1800) hand colored engraving; and 3) C. Weigel, "Aegyptus Inferior sive Delta" (Nuremberg: 1718)

Lot: 1323 - Seven old maps of Egypt, 18th and 19th century

including maps of ancient Egypt and contemporary maps as of the late 18th and 19th century, including d'Anville and others

Lot: 1324 - Braun & Hogenberg. Birdseye View of Cairo, 1580

Braun & Hogenberg, "Cairus quae olim Babylon Aegypti Maxima Urbs" (Cologne: c.1580) engraving with early hand coloring, 13 X 19, p.m.

Lot: 1325 - Collection of Egyptian Scenic Prints

comprising about 40 engravings, including landmarks and antiquities, most removed form 18th and 19th century books

Lot: 1326 - Two framed maps, Egypt, 19th century

including: 1) "Carte du Golfe du Arabie, Depuis Suez a Bab-el-Mandeb" showing the routes of Bruce in search of the source of the Nile, engraving; and 2) "Usages, Sciences, Arts, et Monuments de l'Egypte," including a map of the Delta area, c. 1800

Lot: 1327 - Six maps of Austria and Central Europe

16th - 18th Century, including "Tabula Europae IIII" from Magini's edition of Ptolemy (Cologne: 1597); "Graecia" after Ptolemy, from the same book; "Germania," after Mercator; and "A Plan of the City of Vienna. 1771"

Lot: 1328 - Six maps of Austria and Central Europe

17th century, from octavo atlases, each framed

Lot: 1329 - Three 16th century woodcut maps

Three pages removed from early geographical works, containing maps in the text: B. Bordone, Isolario (Venice: 1528) 2nd book, f.46, with Micole and Nicaria; and two from Munster's Cosmographie: "La Descrition du pais d'Algoeuu" and Istria and part of

Lot: 1330 - Engraved View of Regensburg, late 16th century

Braun & Hogenberg, "Ratisbon" from Urbium Praecipuarum Mundi (Cologne: c.1596) engraving, 13 X 19, p.m.; framed

Lot: 1331 - Two early maps of Germany

1) S. Munster, "De Germania, Liber II: Civitas Augustana olim Vindelica …" from Cosmographia, Latin edition (Basel: c. 1552) folio, woodcut; 2) J. Russell, "Germany, divided into its great circles," from Guthrie's Geography (London: 1799) folio,

Lot: 1332 - Four Nuremberg Chronicle leaves, 1493

including a two-page spread with panorama of Salzburg; another leaf with history of the popes and several portraits; and a rare unillustrated leaf

Lot: 1333 - Group of seven leaves from various early books

including a legal commentary by A. Torresano (Venice: 1491) printed in red and black, hand-drawn blue capitals; St. Bonaventura Sermones (Reutlingen: 1484) with handwritten rubrication; a leaf from Sauer's Bibel, 3rd ed. (Germantown, PA: 1776); and

Lot: 1334 - Two Medieval Book of Hours leaves, 15th century

from two different books, one with especially nice marginal decoration; ink, tempera, and gold on vellum

Lot: 1335 - Two German Manuscript pages

1) from Simon de Cremona, Sermones, with label attribution to the Carthusian Monastery at Buxheim, 1434, ink and color on paper; 2) from an Anti-Catholic tract in vernacular German, circa 1550

Lot: 1336 - Three leaves from Italian Antiphonal, 17th c.

three large folio manuscript leaves, probably Italian, 17th century, notably a double-page folio (cxii and cxvii) the recto of first leaf with marginal illustration of cherubs and a banner

Lot: 1337 - Illustrated page from a Persian Manuscript

handwritten text with large illustration of a mounted warrior immortal combat with a mythological half-leopard being, ink and gouache on paper, framed

Lot: 1338 - Four Persian manuscript pages

18th century and earlier; various formats

Lot: 1339 - Two Arabic manuscript leaves

one from a Qur'an, probably Egypt, 16th century; the other unidentified, 18th century or earlier

Lot: 1340 - Group of fragments of a Kufic Qur'an

written on vellum in monumental script

Lot: 1341 - Four Coptic textile fragments

including two round tapestry appliques and a fragment of tapestry with human and animal figures, fragment of gold brocade, possibly Chinese, with scientific analysis of the materials, and a fragmentary drawing

Lot: 1342 - Egyptian painted wood ushabti

possibly Roman era, about 9 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1343 - Classical bronze vase, possibly Egyptian

Roman Period, 4 3/4 in. H.

Lot: 1344 - Painted earthenware jar, Indus River Valley

3rd Millennium BCE; a tan earthenware pyxis, with brown painted lions and geometric forms, 31 1/2 in. H., 6 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1345 - Indian figural base modeled as a mongoose

19th century or earlier; brass or similar copper alloy, 4 3/4 in. H., 5 3/4 in. L.

Lot: 1346 - Middle Eastern bowl with Arabic inscription

salt glazed stoneware bowl with Arabic word repeated on inner wall in brown slip, 3 3/8 in. H., 6 3/4 in. Diam., and a finely potted unglazed brown earthenware bowl, 8 in. Diam.

Lot: 1347 - Qajari etched and inlaid steel bowl, 19th c.

the exterior decorated with historical scenes and floral pattern by acid etching, with inlaid gold accents; 4 1/2 in. H., 9 in. Diam.

Lot: 1348 - Assortment of study objects

including a small jar identified as Persian, 11th century, with partial iridescent oxidation, and a terracotta figural group and various fragments

Lot: 1349 - Continental etched pewter charger

dated 1730; border with etched foliate decoration and initials "A R 1730," with etched center of peasant couple flanked by trees, possibly a marriage plate, with faint tap marks on verso, 8 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1350 - English pewter chop plate

18th century; with faint touch marks on rim, 11 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1351 - Two miniature religious portraits

including; Continental, probably Italian, fragment of "God the Father and The Holy Spirit," oil on wood, backed on tin in brass hanging frame, 18th century, 7 x 5 1/2 in., and Continental school portrait of St. Matthew, oil on small board, unframed,

Lot: 1352 - Four assorted religious articles

late 19th/early 20th century; including: cross with reliquary, 9 3/4 in. L., enamel brooch of "Sacred Heart of Mary" in gilt shadowbox frame, frame - 6 x 5 1/2 in., framed devotional showing "Instruments of the Passion," 3 3/4 x 2 3/4 in., and a

Lot: 1353 - Continental carved wax Last Supper miniature

19th century; possibly Russian, set in silver- plated frame, 4 x 2 3/4 in.

Lot: 1354 - French school 20th century miniature portrait

gouache of young Napoleon, pecan wood frame, 4 in. Sq.

Lot: 1355 - Italian School 19th century miniature gouache

peasant mother and child tondo, in circular mahogany deep well frame, image - 3 in. Diam.

Lot: 1356 - Two Continental carved wood furniture figures

19th century; two carved human figures possibly Adam and Eve, with backs to architecture, 8 3/4 and 9 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1357 - English silk needlework and stumpwork panel

17th century; large circular panel, worked in polychrome silk and gilt-metal thread, depicting two biblical figures within a landscape, on a later burgundy velvet ground, backed, 57 in. Sq. overall

Lot: 1358 - Assortment of ancient and other fragments

pottery shards and pottery pieces from various cultures and time periods

Lot: 1359 - 23 photographic images from The Great Balto. Fire

photographs showing destruction from "The Great Baltimore Fire of 1904," images glued on cardboard

Lot: 1360 - Victorian inlaid toleware tray

second half-19th century; shaped tray with bird and floral decoration and mother-of-pearl inlay, 24 in. L., 17 in. W.

Lot: 1361 - Chinese Clair de Lune monochrome porcelain vase

Qing Long, circa 1750; baluster form, with red glaze mark, 9 in. H.

Lot: 1362 - Pair Japanese Imari porcelain palace vases

20th century; with wooden stands, 36 in. H.

Lot: 1363 - Three ceramics after Pablo Picasso

quality reproductions of Picasso designed ceramics, including two "Madoura " medallions and a "Madoura" tufted bird plate, 1 3/4 and 6 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1364 - Ancient Roman blown glass beaker

reportedly early common era,3 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1365 - Continental School miniature watercolor portrait

20th century; portrait of a peasant girl, watercolor on paper, in oval gilt frame, 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 in.

Lot: 1366 - Three Venetian carnival/opera masks

molded and painted plastic, embellished with faux jewels and painted turned wood handles

Lot: 1367 - American folk art song bird in cage

painted wood and wire cage with carved and painted wood songbird, also with ceramic water dish, 5 in. H. , 7 in. L., 4 in. W.

Lot: 1368 - Capital Coffee painted wood coffee bin

late 19th century; floor storage bin with hinged lid, with stenciled lettering on three sides "Used Capital Coffee," top stenciled "The Ohio Coffee & Spice Co. Columbus, OH, 32 in. H., 21 in. W., 17 in. D.

Lot: 1369 - Folk Art style painted wood rocking horse

early 20th century; painted wood pony with leather tack on wood and metal gliding base, 35 in. H., 35 in. L.

Lot: 1370 - Disney Sericel: Cinderella & Prince Charming

13 1/2 x 16 in., in silvered wood frame

Lot: 1371 - Disney Sericel: Mickey & Pluto

13 1/2 x 16 in., in giltwood frame

Lot: 1372 - Disney Sericel: Dumbo & Timothy Mouse

13 1/2 x 16, in silvered wood frame

Lot: 1373 - Utagawa Hiroshige. Four color woodblock prints.

(Japanese, 1797-1858). Including: "Night Rain at Massaki," "Yodo River by Moon-Light," "Shono," and "Nagakabo," all framed, frames - 12 3/4 in. H., 18 in. W.

Lot: 1374 - Chinese painted pig skin dowry chest

early 20th century; hinged lid trunk style chest with painted scenes of courtesans in exotic gardens, with brass latch and handles, 14 in. H., 31 in. W., 17 in. D., with wood fitted stand

Lot: 1375 - Pair Lalique crystal songbird bookends

partially frosted crystal bookends, inscribed "Lalique, France," 6 1/4 in. H.

Lot: 1376 - Chinese embroidered silk curtain

circa 1920s; with dragon, floral, and foliate decoration with tassels

Lot: 1377 - Two pairs continental brass candlesticks

including: pair of Dutch Heemskerk candlesticks, early 20th century, 8 in. H., and pair of French brass candlesticks, 18th century, 7 in. H.

Lot: 1378 - Miniature wood and wrought iron liquor cask

19th century; wood panel cask with wrought iron straps and chain carrying handle, 9 in. H., 5 1/2 in. Diam.

Lot: 1379 - English leather jug and cask

19th century; thick leather jug with heavy stitching, 9 in. H., and similar cask with primitive etched grape decoration, 6 in. H., 7 in. W.

Lot: 1380 - Five Chinese snuff bottles

including; two carved cinnabar snuff bottles, blue lacquer figural snuff bottle of crouching man, tiger's-eye bottle and hardstone ovoid bottle, 2 1/2 to 3 1/4 in. H.

Lot: 1381 - Two Japanese color woodblock prints

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) "Autumn Moon at the Tamagawa River," 8 x 13 in. and pair of courtesans, 10 x 7 in.

Lot: 1382 - Large Von Schierholz porcelain centerpiece

first half-20th century; figural centerpiece of six putti surrounding reticulated and floral painted porcelain bowl on base, with applied flowers, 9 in. H., 15 in. L.

Lot: 1383 - Pair Sitzendorf figural/ flower laden urns

early 20th century; each urn with putti and cornucopia finial, female music maker figural handles, painted classical vignette on front and flowers on verso, with applied flower decoration throughout, 23 in. H. with matching applied flower base, 3 in.

Lot: 1384 - Von Schierholz porcelain lamp/lithophane shade

first half-20th century; four figures dancing around flower laden tree trunk and reticulated porcelain shade with applied flowers and four inset lithophane panels, having classical and floral scenes, 23 in. H., 12 in. Diam.

Lot: 1385 - Von Schierholz porcelain lamp/lithophane shade

first quarter-20th century; four children dancing around floral laden tree trunk with reticulated porcelain shade, having applied flowers and four inset lithophane panels, 20 in. H., 11 in. Diam.

Lot: 1386 - Von Schierholz porcelain center bowl

first quarter-20th century; base with four putti figures supporting removable reticulated bowl with applied flowers,10 in. H., 12 in. W.

Lot: 1387 - Mettlach pewter-mounted stoneware flagon

late 19th century; having transfer decoration of merry drinking dwarves and German mottoes, 10 in. H.

Lot: 1388 - Four German stoneware transfer tumblers

late 19th century; two Mettlach and two Geschutzt, 5 in. H.

Lot: 1389 - Three Capodimonte porcelain objects

classical style figural objects, including: ewer, compote, and crocus pot, with figure of Ceres, 9 to 11 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1390 - Chinese style terracotta elephant garden seat

Vietnamese glazed terracotta parade elephant garden seat, 18 in. H.

Lot: 1391 - Pair Kornilov Brothers porcelain beaker cups

first quarter-20th century; each cup with four painted vignettes depicting Russian literary themes with gilt accents, 4 1/2 in. H.

Lot: 1392 - Meissen style porcelain mirror

frame with elaborate applied flowers and putti figures, having three removable porcelain candle arms, 31 in. H., 16 in. W.

Lot: 1394 - Paris porcelain partial dinner service

mid 19th century; large set with blue band border and gilt initial "P," saucers having floral decoration, including; dinner plates, luncheon plates, soup plates, teacups and saucers, water pitcher, reticulated fruit compote, covered serving dishes,

Lot: 1400 - Pr. Danish Modern style teakwood armchairs, Viking

mid-20th century; upholstered backs and seats, shaped arms, straight tapered legs, 29 1/2 in. H., 27 in. W., 21 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1401 - Westnofa Danish Modern teak upholstered armchair

Ingmar Relling design, mid-20th century; upholstered back and seat with removable upholstered headrest, teakwood curved armrests connected to round straight legs, 39 in. H., 26 1/2 in. W., 22 in. D.

Lot: 1402 - Eight Danish Modern teakwood dining chairs

Koefoeds Hornslet, mid-20th century; two arm, six sides, curved horizontal back splats, upholstered seats, turned straight legs, arms: 37 1/2 in. H., 22 in. W., 17 in. D.; sides: 37 1/2 in. H., 18 1/2 in. W., 17 in. D.

Lot: 1403 - Danish Modern teakwood dining table

signed A/S Randers Mobelfabrik; mid-20th century; applied molded edge with two 21 in. draw leaves, 2 3/4 in. apron, rounded tapered legs, 28 1/2 in. H., 58 1/4 in. L., 36 3/4 in. W.

Lot: 1404 - Flemish carved walnut trunk

compartment with storage enclosed by flat lid, carved panels, flanked by iron handles, block feet, 27 in. H., 54 in. W., 23 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1405 - German inlaid walnut cabinet

late 19th century; inlaid top with canted corners; compartment and shelves enclosed by inlaid serpentine door flanked by barley twist columns, bun feet, 39 1/2 in. H., 33 in. W., 19 in. D.

Lot: 1406 - Italian carved walnut cassone

late 17th/early 18th century; compartment with storage enclosed by flat hinged top, carved front panels, paw feet, 24 in. H., 45 1/2 in. W., 22 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1407 - American vermacular cherrywood corner cabinet

19th century; flat molded cornice, painted compartment with shelves enclosed by glazed paneled doors, lower case with frieze drawer, and double paneled doors, block feet, 84 3/4 in. H., 48 1/2 in. W., 22 in. D.

Lot: 1408 - Peter Lovig Nielsen teak flip-top desk

mid-20th century; rectangular top with hinged letter box, case with two long and two short drawers with wood pulls, square legs connected by stretchers, 34 in. H., 63 3/4 in. W., 28 3/4 in. D.

Lot: 1409 - Continental inlaid walnut secretaire a abattant

circa 1850; flat tops, long drawer in frieze, compartment beneath with drawers and pigeon holes enclosed by fall front writing board, three long drawers, banded inlay overall, 62 in. H., 40 1/4 in. W., 20 in. D.

Lot: 1410 - Danish Modern teakwood sideboard

mid-20th century; flat top, three compartments with shelves enclosed by sliding panel doors, four short drawers, round tapered legs, 29 in. H., 94 1/2 in. W., 18 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1411 - Two Danish Modern teakwood side tables

Glostrup, mid-20th century; rectangular tops, round tapered legs connected by stretchers, tallest 19 in. H., 27 1/2 in. W., 19 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1412 - Bramin Danish Modern teakwood coffee table

mid-20th century; flat rectangular top, round tapered legs, 19 1/2 in. H., 52 3/4 in. W., 23 1/4 in. D.

Lot: 1413 - Chinese carved hardwood dragon armchair

early 20th century; scrolled dragon carved back, dragon carved arms, plank seat, carved and pierced seat rail, dragon carved legs, 33 in. H., 27 in. W., 18 in. D.

Lot: 1414 - Chinese carved hardwood dragon armchair

early 20th century; scroll dragon carved back, dragon carved dragon with painted stone eyes, plank seat, carved and pierced seat rail, dragon carved legs, 32 in. H., 28 in. W., 18 in. D.

Lot: 1415 - Paul Evans patchwork wall console

circa 1970; rectangular slate top, mixed metal over wood base, 6 in. H., 60 in. W., 13 in. D.

Lot: 1416 - Contemporary Barcelona style chrome & glass table

in the manner of Mies van der Rohe, mid-20th century; 36 in. Sq. glass top, X base, 16 in. H.

Lot: 1417 - Pair of concrete lions

20th century; recumbent lions on base, 12 1/2 in. H., 30 in. L., 11 in. W.

Lot: 1418 - Federal mahogany flip-top games table, Boston

early 19th century; serpentine flip top with reeded edge, ovolo corners, shaped apron, tapered reeded legs, brass cup and ball casters, 29 1/2 in. H., 35 in. W., 18 3/4 in. D.

Lot: 1419 - Louis XVI style painted & parcel-gilt armoire

signed "Alexander Hugnet," late 19th century; flat top with molded cornice with gilt egg and dart molding, center compartment enclosed by beveled mirrored glass panel door and two side sections enclosed by wired mesh doors, guilloche carved plinth

Lot: 1420 - Steinway & Sons Model M ebonized baby grand piano

circa 1930; 39 in. H., 57 in. W., 67 in. D.

Lot: 1421 - Henredon mahogany king-size bed

20th century; solid figured mahogany arched headboard with foliate carved crest, turned finals, 10 in. H. side rails, solid footboard, 89 in. H., 83 in. W.

Lot: 1422 - Italian painted commode

early 20th century; flat top with molded edge, serpentine front, compartment with shelves enclosed by panel door, cabriole legs, floral paint decoration overall, 31 in. H., 22 1/2 in. W., 11 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1423 - George III inlaid oak & mahogany tall-case clock

early 19th century; brass works with painted dial, signed 'Will M. Weston, Popler', with painted 'Tempus Fugit' tympanum enclosed by bonnet with broken arched pediment with eagle finial, tombstone glass door, and columnar supports with brass capitals

Lot: 1424 - Pair Chinese rosewood horseshoe chairs

20th century; rounded backs, curved solid back splats, flank seats, shaped aprons, straight legs connected by stretchers, 39 in. H., 26 in. W., 18 in. D.

Lot: 1425 - Pair Mid-Century modern upholstered armchairs

in the manner of Adrian Pearsall, upholstered backs and arms, loose seat cushions, molded plastic legs, 34 in. H., 31 in. W., 31 in. D.

Lot: 1426 - Broyhill Premier lounge chair & ottoman

mid-20th century; upholstered back, arms, and seat with loose back and seat cushions, aluminum swivel base, matching ottoman - 39 1/2 in. H., 32 1/2 in. W., 24 in. D.

Lot: 1427 - Chinese stained wood wedding cabinet

early 20th century; flat top, compartment enclosed by open fretworked panel doors over compartment with two drawers and open storage enclosed by solid panel doors, carved foo dogs apron, block feet, 72 in. H., 39 1/4 in. W., 21 1/4 in. D.

Lot: 1428 - American Chippendale style cherry chest-on-chest

late 18th century; flat molded cornice, three short and four long drawers in upper case, 3 long drawers in base, shallow bracket feet, 62 1/2 in. H., 37 1/2 in. W., 18 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1429 - Chinese carved parcel-gilt architectural fragment

late 19th century; five open carved panels with added painted figural back panel, carved foo dogs, dragons, phoenixes, and tassels below, 21 1/2 in. H., 75 1/4 in. W., 1 7/8 in. D.

Lot: 1430 - Regency style papier-mâché tray top

19th century oval ebonized tray with gilt anthemion border and floral painted center on 20th century ebonized base with round turned legs connected by stretchers, 18 in. H., 24 1/2 in. W., 19 1/4 in. D.

Lot: 1431 - George III Scottish mahogany tall cased clock

late18th century; works with painted calendar dial, second hand sweep and painted allegories of Britain's countries, enclosed by bonnet with broken arched pediment and eagle finial, tombstone glass door, flanked by inlaid columnar supports with brass

Lot: 1432 - Empire style mahogany brass-mounted side table

early 20th century; oval white marble top, drawer in frieze, compartment beneath enclosed by bowed paneled door, turned legs connected by stretcher shelf, turned feet, 31 1/2 in. H., 18 in. W., 14 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1433 - Louis XV style dore bronze six-light chandelier

late 19th century; pieced dore and painted body with six foliated scrolled ormolu arms, 29 in. H., 33 in. W.

Lot: 1434 - Louis XVI carved giltwood canape corbeille

circa 1775; exposed carved frame, cameo backs with carved ribbon crest rails, upholstered curved panel back and seats, carved ribbon and guilloche seat rail round tapered stop fluted legs, 47 1/2 in. H., 79 1/2 in. W., 27 in. D.

Lot: 1435 - 6 George III style mahogany straight dining chairs

20th century; two arms, four sides, surpentine crest rails, horizontal pierced back splats, upholstered saddle seats, straight legs connected by stretchers, arm; 37 in. H., 23 in. W., 21 1/2 in. D., side; 37 in. H., 21 in. W., 20 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1436 - Pair Louis XVI carved giltwood fauteuils

circa 1775; exposed carved frames, cameo backs with carved ribbon crest rails, original needleworked upholstered panel backs and seats, carved ribbon and guilloche seat rails, round tapered stop fluted legs, 40 in. H., 26 1/2 in. W., 20 in. D.

Lot: 1437 - Pair Louis XVI carved giltwood fauteuils

circa 1775; exposed carved frames, cameo backs with carved ribbon crest rails, upholstered panel backs and seats, carved ribbon and guilloche seat rails, round tapered stop fluted legs, 40 in. H., 26 1/2 in. W., 20 in. D.

Lot: 1438 - Pair Louis XV style dore bronze three-light sconce

late 19th century; foliate and foliage scrolled body and arms, 19 in. H., 15 1/2 in. W., 9 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1439 - George III style leather upholstered wing chair

20th century; upholstered back, wings, and arms, loose seat cushion, brass studs, cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, 49 1/2 in. H., 33 1/2 in. W., 26 in. D.

Lot: 1440 - George III style leather upholstered wing chair

20th century; upholstered back, wings, and arms, loose seat cushion, brass nail heads, cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, 49 1/2 in. H., 33 1/2 in. W., 26 in. D.

Lot: 1441 - George III style mahogany chest of drawers

early 20th century; flat top with reeded edge, four graduated drawers, bracket feet, 38 in. H., 43 1/2 in. W., 21 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1442 - Classical Revival mahogany bookcase

late 19th/early 20th century; flat molded cornice compartment with shelving enclosed by glazed doors, flanked by fully turned columns, paw feet, 67 in. 59 1/2 in. W., 17 1/4 in. D.

Lot: 1443 - Louis XVI style ebonized & gilt trumeau

20th century; beveled mirror plate surround by flat molded cornice, dentil molding, cross arrow and laurel leaf motif, flanked by scrolled and panel supports, plinth base, 53 in. H., 37 1/2 in. W., 5 in. D.

Lot: 1444 - George II mahogany secretary bookcase

circa 1750; flat molded cornice, compartment with shelves enclosed by double beveled mirrored paneled doors, lower compartment with pigeon holes and drawers enclosed by fall-front writing board, double side lopers, four graduated drawers, bracket

Lot: 1445 - Louis XVI style painted parcel-gilt pier mirror

early 20th century; oil on canvas trumeau painting of cherubs with garland carved frame, rectangular mirror glass panel with marble topped console shelf and mirror beneath, 95 1/2 in. H., 32 1/4 in. H., 24 in. W., 14 in. D.

Lot: 1446 - Louis XVI style painted trumeau

early 20th century; frame enclosing painted scene of lovers above rectangular mirrored panel, 61 in. H., 46 1/4 in. W.

Lot: 1447 - Eight Windsor fan-back side chairs

late 19/early 20 century; stamped "I. Rogers;" curved crest rails with scroll carved ears, plank seats, baluster turned legs connected by stretchers, 38 in. H., 24 in. W, 17 in. D.

Lot: 1448 - French Louis XV style marquetry inlaid commode

early 20th century; tan breccia marble top and molded edge, three long drawers in serpentined front with brass pulls, cabriole legs, brass sabots, 31 7/8 in. H., 48 in. W., 20 in. D.

Lot: 1449 - Dutch mahogany marquetry inlaid commode

19th century; marquetry inlaid top with banded edge, four graduated drawers, flanked by floral inlaid pilasters, rounded block foot, 40 in. H., 50 1/2 in. W., 21 3/4 in. D.

Lot: 1450 - Pair Italian Rococo style bombe commodes

19th/20th century; inlaid walnut, serpentine top with concave edge, two drawers in case, carved shell in apron, carved knees, cabriole legs, 29 3/4 in. H., 30 in. W., 13 in. D.

Lot: 1451 - Edwardian Adam style painted satinwood windowbench

early 20th century; scrolled armrest with caned panel, back, and seat, loose seat cushion, saber legs, neoclassical floral and figural decoration overall, 27 1/4 in. H., 43 3/4 in. W., 18 in. D.

Lot: 1452 - Pair Southwood Federal style armchairs

in the Massachusetts manner, 20th century; crewel upholstered backs, sides, and seats, scrolled and stop fluted arm supports, rounded tapered reeded legs, 36 in. H., 24 in. W., 22 in. D.

Lot: 1453 - Victorian inlaid walnut tilt-top breakfast table

circa 1860; 53 1/2 in. oval burl walnut top with floral, foliate, and stringer inlay, 1 3/4 in. apron, carved shaft with four scrolled legs, with carved acanthus knees, scrolled legs, 28 in. H., 39 in. W.

Lot: 1454 - Edwardian mahogany inlaid gentleman's wardrobe

dated 12/6/1907; paper label: Bedford Pantechnicon, Tottenham Court Road, London, flat dentil molded top, compartment with shelving and coat hooks enclosed by beveled mirrored glass door, flanked by inlaid paneled doors with four drawers beneath,

Lot: 1455 - Louis XV style gilt tole & iron chandelier

20th century; eight arms with tole bobeches, shaped cage with glass prisms, 36 in. H., 25 1/4 in. Diam.

Lot: 1456 - George III oak corner chair

late 18th century; horse shoe back, solid vase- form splats, slip seat, straight legs connected by stretchers; 32 1/2 in. H., 31 in. W., 24 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1457 - Regency style mahogany parti-gilt bulls-eye mirror

19th century; cresting eagle on rock formation flanked by aldine dolphins, round mirror plate, gilt iron floral and foliate arms, shell and foliate motif, 41 in. H., 38 in. W., 8 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1458 - Country Classic oil on canvas 3-panel hunt scene

early 20th century; three 22 in. W. arched panels depicting fox hunt, 72 in. H.

Lot: 1459 - Federal mahogany side chair

in the Maryland manner, late 19th century; heart shaped shield back, pierced splat, upholstered seat, straight tapered legs connected by stretchers, 36 in. H., 20 1/2 in. W., 19 in. D.

Lot: 1460 - George III style chinoiserie secretary bookcase

ca. 1930; broken arch pediment, painted compartment with shelving enclosed by double glass panel doors, lower compartment with drawers, doors, and pigeon holes, enclosed by fall-front writing board, two short and two long drawers beneath, shaped

Lot: 1461 - Niermann Weeks Neoclassical style chandelier

marked on plaque NW, 20th century; rounded gold cage, foliate top, cascading crystals onto two tiers, 12 arms with consecutive crystal swags, over down sweeping crystals, 56 in. H., 41 in. Diam.

Lot: 1462 - Federal style leather upholstered wing chair

20th century; upholstered over arched crest rail, back, wings, scrolled arms, and seat, straight tapered legs, brass studs, 43 1/2 in. H., 26 in. W., 21 1/2 in.

Lot: 1463 - Regency Adam stle painted satinwood armchair

early 19th century; flat scrolled crest rail, upholstered cushion back and seat, shaped arm with vase supports, tapered rounded feet, 32 in. H., 21 in. W., 22 in. D.

Lot: 1464 - Classical giltwood over mantel mirror

early 19th century; flat top, three mirrored glass panels with half column and foliate-applied frame, 23 1/2 in. H., 61 in. W., 4 in. D.

Lot: 1465 - Elizabethan Revival style Welsh cupboard

early 20th century; stained oak, flat molded cornice, upper section with two open shelves, base with two paneled drawers, scalloped apron, turned legs connected by stretcher shelf, 79 1/4 in. H, 48 in. W., 17 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1466 - Six George III style dining chairs

early 20th century; two arms, four sides, flat crest rails, pierced vasiform splats, slip seats, straight legs connected by stretchers, arms: 39 in. H., 24 3/4 in. W., 21 in. D., sides - 37 in. H., 19 in. W., 19 3/4 in. D.

Lot: 1467 - Mid-century upholstered Chesterfield style sofa

mid-20th century; gold crushed velvet upholstery over button upholstered back arms, and seat, 28 in. H., 100 in. W., 33 in. D.

Lot: 1468 - Federal Vernacular pine corner cupboard

early 19th century; flat molded cornice; shelves enclosed by solid panel door in top and bottom section; bracket feet, 84 in. H., 47 in. W., 23 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1469 - Federal Vernacular pine harvest table

early 19th century; multi-board top; painted straight tapered legs, 30 1/2 in. H., 59 in. L., 36 in. W.

Lot: 1470 - American Pennsylvania walnut tavern table

19th century; 3-board overhanging top; two short drawers in 7 1/2 in. apron; round tapered legs with ball feet, 30 in. H., 55 in. L., 35 in. W.

Lot: 1471 - Eight Federal style painted Windsor chairs

20th century; maker: Tubbs, Tullahoma, Tennessee; hoop backs and multiple spindles; carved plank seats; round turned legs connected by stretchers; 2 arm and 6 side chairs, 40 in. H.

Lot: 1472 - American Classical cherry and tiger maple stand

Pennsylvania/Ohio, circa 1820; cherry top with two tiger maple drawers in 9 in. apron, with pilaster supports, four round turned cherry legs, 30 in. H., 21 1/2 in. W., 20 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1473 - American Classical cherry two drawer stand

Middle Atlantic states, circa 1820; flat top with two drawers in 10 in. apron, 29 in. H., 21 in. W., 16 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1474 - Late Federal walnut stand, New York

circa 1815; flat top, one drawer in 6 3/4 in. apron, round turned legs with vasiform feet, 28 in. H., 20 1/4 in. W., 19 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1475 - American Chippendale pine mule chest

probably Pennsylvania, late 18th/early 19th century; compartment with lidded still enclosed by flat hinged lid, two medium drawers beneath, straight bracket feet, 26 1/2 in. H., 49 in. L., 21 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1476 - American vernacular pine jelly cupboard

1st half 19th century; flat top with applied edge, two short drawers with compartment beneath enclosed by double solid panel doors, round turned feet, 54 in. H., 44 1/2 in. W., 19 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1477 - Late Federal maple schoolmaster's desk

circa 1815; flat top with raised 2 in. gallery, compartment with pigeon holes enclosed by slant front lid, torus molded tiger maple drawer in case with brass ring pulls, four round turned and tapered legs, 49 1/2 in. H., 31 in. W., 23 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1478 - American Late Federal maple chest, New England

early 19th century; flat top, two short and three long graduated drawers in case, round turned legs, 47 in. H., 41 1/2 in. W., 21 3/4 in. D.

Lot: 1479 - American Vernacular pine jelly cupboard

flat molded cornice, two short drawers with double cupboards beneath enclosed by solid panel doors, base molding with plain square feet, 60 1/2 in. H., 48 in. W., 17 in. D.

Lot: 1480 - Late Federal American tiger maple chest

1st quarter 19th century; flat top with four graduated drawers in case, shaped apron, round turned legs, round plate and pull brasses, 44 in. H., 40 3/4 in. W., 20 in. D.

Lot: 1481 - American Vernacular pine and poplar pie safe

early 19th century; flat top, compartment with shelf enclosed by double pierced tin panel doors, round turned legs, 48 in. H., 42 1/4 in. W., 18 1/4 in. D.

Lot: 1482 - Late Federal mixed wood arrow back Windsor bench

probably Pennsylvania, circa 1820; flat straight crest rail with shaped maple spindles, bamboo turned arms and legs connected by stretchers, plank seat, 33 1/2 in. H., 72 in. L., 18 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1483 - American Classical cherry chest of drawers

Pennsylvania/Ohio, circa 1820; flat top with applied edge, blanket drawer in carcass with three drawers in base, fully turned columnar supports, round turned feet, 45 1/2 in. H., 42 1/2 in. W., 24 1/2 in. D.

Lot: 1484 - American Federal cherry corner cupboard

Pennsylvania, late 18th/early 19th century; flat molded cornice, compartment with shelves enclosed by double glass panel doors, compartment beneath enclosed by double solid panel doors, 83 in. H., 50 in. W., 21 1/2 in. D.




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