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Auctioneer Freeman's 215.563.9275
Auction Date Nov 15 Auction
Location
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Philadelphia, PA
Time 10:00AM
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Lot: 1 - Gold and pearl "Stuart crystal" love token/slide,

Gold and pearl "Stuart crystal" love token/slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with two applied gold cherubs holding aloft a flaming heart, above gold wire cipher, "M," all against hairwork ground, all under faceted rock crystal,

Lot: 2 - Gold "Stuart crystal" love token/slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" love token/slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with two applied angels holding aloft a bishop's mitre with crosses, above gold wire cipher, all against hairwork ground with looping gold wire border and under

Lot: 3 - Gold, hairwork and enamel mourning slide, England

Gold, hairwork and enamel mourning slide England or France, dated 1679 Of oval form, the obverse set with hair beneath crystal, the enameled reverse with flowers, inscription, "JHT. obt./ 6th Mar. 79," and loop attachments, seemingly

Lot: 4 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide converted to

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide converted to pin England, late 17th century Of oval form, with applied skeleton flanked by trumpeting cherubs, above inscription, "COME YE BLESSED," against hairwork ground with cobalt blue and looping

Lot: 5 - Gold, enamel and pearl "Stuart crystal" mourning

Gold, enamel and pearl "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with trumpeting angel flanked by two skulls, against hairwork ground, all under faceted rock crystal with seed pearl surround, the polychrome

Lot: 6 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with crowned, enameled skull and crossbones flanked by gold wire initials, "AD," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop

Lot: 7 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with crowned, enameled skull and crossbones flanked by gold wire initials, "MA," against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop

Lot: 8 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with crowned, enameled skull and crossbones flanked by gold wire initials, "MM," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop

Lot: 9 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with crowned, enameled skull and crossbones above gold wire cipher, "RMC," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop

Lot: 10 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skull and crossbones set against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop attachments and engraved initials, "MH,"

Lot: 11 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skull and crossbones above gold wire initials, "WH," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop attachments,

Lot: 12 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skull and crossbones above gold wire initials, "AH," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop attachments,

Lot: 13 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skull and crossbones above gold wire initials, "AT," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop attachments,

Lot: 14 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skull and crossbones flanked by gold wire initials, "AP," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop

Lot: 15 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skull and crossbones flanked by gold wire initials, "KJ," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse with loop

Lot: 16 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skeleton holding hourglass and arrow, against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse engraved, "William Whitemore ESV," with loop

Lot: 17 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skeleton holding hourglass and arrow, flanked by gold wire initials, "ET," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse

Lot: 18 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skeleton holding hourglass and arrow, flanked by gold wire initials, "ME," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse

Lot: 19 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with enameled skeleton holding hourglass and arrow, flanked by gold wire initials, "LP," all against hairwork ground and under faceted rock crystal, the reverse

Lot: 20 - Double-sided "Stuart crystal" mourning pendant,

Double-sided "Stuart crystal" mourning pendant England, late 17th century Of octagonal form, each side with enameled skull and crossbones flanked by gold wire initials: "MJ" & "GT," respectively, on hairwork ground, encased in faceted

Lot: 21 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, late 17th century Of oval form, with applied skull and crossbones over gold wire cipher, against hairwork ground with looping gold wire border, all under faceted crystal, the reverse with loop

Lot: 22 - Gold and crystal mourning pendant, England, dated

Gold and crystal mourning pendant England, dated 1732 Of canted rectangular form, with stacked gold wire initials "TF" and "MF" flanking applied skull and crossbones, all against hairwork ground and under faceted crystal, the reverse with

Lot: 23 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide, England,

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide England, dated 1709 Of oval form, with applied skeleton holding bow and arrow flanked by gold wire initials, "AD," against hairwork ground with looping gold wire border, all under faceted crystal, the

Lot: 24 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning pendant for Prince

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning pendant for Prince William, Duke of Gloucester (July 24, 1689-July 30, 1700) England, circa 1700 Of oval form, featuring miniature portrait of Prince William, Duke of Gloucester, with skull at shoulder beneath

Lot: 25 - Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide converted to

Gold "Stuart crystal" mourning slide converted to pendant England, early 18th century Of oval form, with applied skull and crossbones over gold wire initials, "JM," against hairwork ground with cobalt blue and looping gold wire border, all

Lot: 26 - Two matching gold and enamel mourning rings,

Two matching gold and enamel mourning rings Probably England, dated 1722 Each set with skull and crossbones beneath faceted glass stone, the band with inscription, "G: WELD. ESQr OBT. 21 JULY. 1722. AETA: 20," against black enamel ground,

Lot: 27 - Two matching gold and enamel mourning band rings,

Two matching gold and enamel mourning band rings Probably England, dated 1728 Each inscribed, "JOHN WEST AR OB FEB 1 1728 AE 40," the name preceded by a winged gold skull, all against black enamel ground, the rings fitted in later black

Lot: 28 - Two gold and enamel mourning band rings, Probably

Two gold and enamel mourning band rings Probably England, dated 1728 and 1821 The first, inscribed, "THE RT: HON: LDY: A. C. OB: 12.SEP: 1728. AE: 48," against black enamel ground, seemingly unmarked, in dark brown leather case; the second,

Lot: 29 - Two gold and enamel mourning rings, Probably

Two gold and enamel mourning rings Probably England, dated 1729 and 1756 The first, set with faceted crystal, with scrolling band with inscription, "ELIZ. WILFORD OB: 30 SEP: 1729. AE: 73," against worn black enamel ground; the second, set

Lot: 30 - Three gold mourning band rings, England or

Three gold mourning band rings England or America, 1750 and later The first, with inscription to inner band, "Rev. Mr. ...enger Ob: 30 Mar. 1750 Aet: 55," alongside maker's mark, "Hurd," in brown leather case; the second, with cast winged

Lot: 31 - Gold and enamel mourning ring, Probably Boston,

Gold and enamel mourning ring Probably Boston, MA, dated 1765 Set with skull under faceted crystal, flanked by crystal baguettes, the scrolling band inscribed, "N. LORING O.B. 15. MAY 1765. AE. 9M.," against white enamel ground, seemingly

Lot: 32 - Gold and enamel mourning ring, Probably England,

Gold and enamel mourning ring Probably England, dated 1753 Set with lozenge-shaped crystal above skull, the scrolling band with inscription, "ELIZ: FORESTER OB 26 MAR 1753 AE 46," against black enamel ground, seemingly unmarked. Ring

Lot: 33 - Two gold and enamel mourning band rings, Probably

Two gold and enamel mourning band rings Probably England, dated 1760 and 1761 Both with shaped bands; the first, with inscription, "MARTHA YATE OB: 28 APR: 1760 AE: 69," against black enamel ground, maker's mark to inner band, "JJ"; the

Lot: 34 - Gold and enamel mourning ring, Probably England,

Gold and enamel mourning ring Probably England, dated 1753 Set with faceted glass stone over skull, the scrolling band with inscription, "A:C: OB: 11 NOV: 1753," on black enamel ground, seemingly unmarked. Ring size: 6 3/4

Lot: 35 - Two gold and enamel mourning band rings, Probably

Two gold and enamel mourning band rings Probably England, dated 1785 and 1788 The first, with inscription, "ELIZ: LOVET. OB: 19. APR: 1785. AE: 66," against black enamel ground, maker's mark to inner band, "W.W"; the second, with inscription,

Lot: 36 - Gold and enamel mourning band ring, Probably

Gold and enamel mourning band ring Probably England, dated 1767 With inscription, "T* TOWNSEND* OB* 2* JAN* 1767* AE* 44," against black enamel ground, indecipherable mark to inner band. Ring size: 9 1/2 PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 37 - Two gold and enamel mourning band rings, England,

Two gold and enamel mourning band rings England, dated 1784 and 1786 The first, with inscription, "MARY. POINTER. DIED. 19. DEC: 1784. AGED. 81," against black enamel ground; the second, with inscription, "JOHN. STRETTELL. OB: 20. JULY. 1786.

Lot: 38 - Gold and enamel mourning bar pin, Probably

Gold and enamel mourning bar pin Probably England, dated 1794 With inscription, "THOS &. HANH HOPKINS, OB: 14 & 22. JUNE. 1794," against black enamel ground, the reverse with additional inscription and possible maker's mark. L: 2

Lot: 39 - Two gold and enamel mourning band rings, England

Two gold and enamel mourning band rings England or America, dated 1787 and 1807 The first with scrolling band inscribed, "SARAH. RUSSELL. OB: 24. NOV. 1787. AE: 31," all against black enamel ground; the second, inscribed, "W:L: GILMOUR ESQ:

Lot: 40 - Two gold and enamel mourning band rings, Probably

Two gold and enamel mourning band rings Probably England, dated 1771 and 1775 The first, with inscription, "RUPERT. DOVEY. GENT: OB: 10. JAN: 1771. AET: 60," against black enamel ground, partially obscured maker's mark, "T?H," to inner band;

Lot: 41 - Gold and enamel mourning band ring, Probably

Gold and enamel mourning band ring Probably Boston, MA, dated 1800 With inscription, "JONATHAN. LORING. OB: 10. MAR: 1800. AE: 55," against black enamel ground, seemingly unmarked. Ring size: 9 1/4 PROVENANCE: The Collection

Lot: 42 - Two gold and enamel mourning band rings, England,

Two gold and enamel mourning band rings England, dated 1803 and 1811 The first, with inscription, "ROBT. PARDOE. ESQ: OB: 10. APR: 1803. AE: 69," against thick black enamel band, flanked by two pairs of thinner, white enamel bands, set of

Lot: 43 - Three gold and enamel mourning band rings,

Three gold and enamel mourning band rings England, dated 1803, 1807, and 1811 The first, inscribed, "ROBT. PARDOE. ESQ: OB: 10. APR: 1803: AE 69," against black enamel ground, set of hallmarks, including maker's mark: "PB (/R)," to inner

Lot: 44 - Gold, enamel and hairwork mourning ring, Probably

Gold, enamel and hairwork mourning ring Probably England, dated 1805 Set with braided hairwork encased in oblong glazed reserve with enamel surround, the band with inscription, "WM TAYLOR. OB: 4. DEC: 1805: AE: 22 1/2," against black enamel

Lot: 45 - Gold, enamel, hairwork and pearl mourning ring,

Gold, enamel, hairwork and pearl mourning ring Probably England, dated 1806 With swivel top, one side inscribed, "JOHN/ HARR/ DIED. 11/ MAY. 1806/ AGED 79," the other side with set with hairwork in a seed pearl border; together with gold

Lot: 46 - Two gold and enamel mourning band rings, England

Two gold and enamel mourning band rings England or America, one dated 1828 The first, inscribed, "IN MEMORY OF," against black enamel ground flanked by undulating gilt foliate bands, the inner band inscribed, "Robt Braddock Obt 21 Feby 1828,"

Lot: 47 - Gold and enamel mourning pin, Probably England,

Gold and enamel mourning pin Probably England, 19th century Of square form, depicting weeping willow tree above obelisk on plinth set with crystal; together with a garnet and enameled gold ring, the band with inscription, "IN MEMORY OF,"

Lot: 48 - Gold and enamel mourning band ring, England, dated

Gold and enamel mourning band ring England, dated 1845 With inscription, "IN. MEMORY. OF," against black enamel ground, further inscribed along inner band, "James Kea(r)y Jany 8th 1845 AEt 55," alongside set of hallmarks, including 18K purity

Lot: 49 - Gold stick pin modeled as a snake, 19th century

Gold stick pin modeled as a snake 19th century The head set with two red stone eyes; together with a gold mourning ring with oval glass reserve depicting covered urn under willow tree, the reverse inscribed, "John Graves/ obt Augt 13 1818/ AE

Lot: 50 - Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings,

Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings Probably England, dated 1783 and 1787 Both of marquise form and painted en grisaille, the first, depicting female mourner lamenting beside covered and swagged urn on plinth, the black enamel surround

Lot: 51 - Two gold and ivory mourning rings, England or

Two gold and ivory mourning rings England or America, dated 1784 and 1797 Both of marquise form, the first, painted with female figure holding caduceus, the white enamel surround inscribed, "SAMUEL SYKES. OB 25. FEB: 1784. AE: 55"; the

Lot: 52 - Gold, enamel and ivory mourning ring, Probably

Gold, enamel and ivory mourning ring Probably England, dated 1790 Of oblong form, painted with female mourner beside obelisk on plinth inscribed, "REST/ IN/ PEA/ CE," white and black enamel surround, the reverse inscribed, "George/ Binks/

Lot: 53 - Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings,

Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings Probably England, dated 1772 and 1797 Both of marquise form, the first, painted with covered urn beneath flying angel holding cherub, the white enamel surround inscribed, "SAML BROMLY. ROSE. OB: 23

Lot: 54 - Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings,

Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings Probably England, dated 1791 and 1793 Both of marquise form, the first, painted with female mourner leaning beside two covered urns atop plinth inscribed, "Rest/ In/ Peace" with cherub flying

Lot: 55 - Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings,

Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings Probably England, dated 1776 and 1780 The first, with oval reserve painted with obelisk monument flanked by trees, scrolling band inscribed, "DORY GOODCHILD OB: 26. DEC: 1776 AE: 60," against white

Lot: 56 - Three gold and ivory mourning rings, England or

Three gold and ivory mourning rings England or America, dated 1773, 1774, and 1780 The first, of circular form, painted with woman leaning on covered urn, the reverse set with hair and inscribed, "Mary Paine/ ob: 1 Apr./ 1773 AE 25"; the

Lot: 57 - Two gold and ivory mourning choker clasps,

Two gold and ivory mourning choker clasps Probably England and France, mid 18th century and later Both of oval form and painted en grisaille, the first, with female figure leaning against plinth inscribed, "CH," and topped with covered urn,

Lot: 58 - Gold and ivory mourning pendant, Probably America,

Gold and ivory mourning pendant Probably America, late 18th/early 19th century Of oval form, paitned with female mourner beneath willow tree, leaning on plinth decorated with stacked urns bearing initials (from the bottom): "AC," "TC," "AC"

Lot: 59 - Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings,

Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings Probably England, dated 1773 and 1780 Both of oval form, the first, depicting covered urn beneath willow tree, the band with inscription, "SARAH. CASTLE OB: 31 OCT 1773 AE: 42," against white enamel

Lot: 60 - Gold and ivory mourning pendant, Probably England,

Gold and ivory mourning pendant Probably England, dated 1776 Of oval form, painted with female mourner holding handkerchief initialed, "MPA," and leaning on plinth topped with skull and crossbones and hung with shields bearing the initials,

Lot: 61 - Gold and ivory mourning pin, Probably America,

Gold and ivory mourning pin Probably America, possibly Boston, MA, dated 1794 Of marquise form and painted en grisaille, depicting male mourner weeping beside obelisk raised on plinth, the obelisk inscribed, "FI-/ LIAL/ PI-/ ETY," the plinth

Lot: 62 - Gold, enamel and ivory mourning ring, Probably

Gold, enamel and ivory mourning ring Probably England, dated 1781 Of oval form, depicting man lamenting beside large covered urn, the band inscribed, "MARY. KEBBELL. OB: 6; AUG: 1781. AE: 71," against black enamel ground, seemingly unmarked.

Lot: 63 - Gold and ivory mourning pin, Probably America,

Gold and ivory mourning pin Probably America, dated 1798 Of marquise form, painted with male figure weeping beside obelisk, the plinth inscribed, "David Markham/ ob. 1798," fitted with pin, seemingly unmarked. L: 1 1/2 in. (sight)

Lot: 64 - Three gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants,

Three gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants England or America, one dated 1788 All of marquise form, the first, depicting man leaning on plinth with skull and crossbones and topped with covered urn, seed pearl surround, the reverse fitted

Lot: 65 - Gold, enamel, ivory, and hairwork mourning

Gold, enamel, ivory, and hairwork mourning pendant Probably England, dated 1770 Of circular form, one side depicting urn atop plinth bearing the initials, "EDM," in landscape with flying bird, enclosed by inscription, "She Liv'd To Die And

Lot: 66 - Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings, England

Two gold, enamel and ivory mourning rings England or America, second half 18th century Both of oval form, the first, depicting female figure mourning beside urn, the plinth inscribed, "Elliot/ obt 4/ ...n 1798/ 78," the scrolling band with

Lot: 67 - Gold, enamel and ivory mourning ring, England or

Gold, enamel and ivory mourning ring England or America, dated 1778 Of oval form, with covered urn on plinth beneath weeping willow tree, the surround inscribed, "JNO PHILLIPS ARM OB: 24. OCT: 1778: AE: 4.5," against white enamel ground;

Lot: 68 - Three gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants,

Three gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants England or America, late 18th/early 19th century The first, of octagonal form, depicting female mourner lamenting by two covered urns raised on rectangular plinth inscribed, "EE/ AE," the reverse

Lot: 69 - Gold, marcasite and ivory friendship/love pendant,

Gold, marcasite and ivory friendship/love pendant Probably France, late 18th century Tear-shaped, painted with dog and seated female figure offering flowering branch to flying cupid beneath the inscription, "L'AMITIE. EST. PREFERABLE,"

Lot: 70 - Two gold and ivory love tokens/pins, England or

Two gold and ivory love tokens/pins England or America, late 18th/early 19th century The first, with oval reserve painted with woman blindfolding cupid, the reverse fixed with horizontal bar pin; the second, of marquise form, depicting couple

Lot: 71 - Gold and ivory friendship/love pendant, England or

Gold and ivory friendship/love pendant England or America, late 18th/early 19th century Of oval form, painted with woman adorning plinth with swag, two doves with outstretched wings rest atop plinth, loop attachment, seemingly unmarked.

Lot: 72 - Collection of twenty ivory miniature portrait

Collection of twenty ivory miniature portrait slivers Probably England, late 18th/early 19th century Representing various sentiments including grief, hope, friendship, innocence and love; each watercolor on ivory, some with polychrome

Lot: 73 - Gold and ivory three-dimensional mourning pendant,

Gold and ivory three-dimensional mourning pendant England or America, circa 1790 Of marquise form, painted en grisaille, depicting mourning woman seated beside a raised, open birdcage, dog at her feet, bird flying overhead; seed pearl and

Lot: 74 - Two gold and ivory mourning rings, Probably

Two gold and ivory mourning rings Probably England, dated 1793 and 1794 The first of of marquise form, painted with woman beside obelisk monument inscribed, "MS/ MAY 16/ 1793/ HIS/ EVENING/ CLOS'D IN/ PEACE," beaded gold surround, the reverse

Lot: 75 - Gold and ivory mourning pin/pendant, Probably

Gold and ivory mourning pin/pendant Probably England, dated 1786 Of elliptical form, painted with woman kneeling beside covered urn being crowned by cherub, supported on plinth inscribed, "M.M/ 23 OCT/ 1786/ AE 68," with hairwork and seed

Lot: 76 - Gold and ivory mourning pin/pendant, Probably

Gold and ivory mourning pin/pendant Probably England, early 19th century Of marquise form, painted en grisaille, depicting kneeling woman placing heart upon flaming plinth, bird with wreath flying overhead, with beaded gold surround, the

Lot: 77 - Gold and ivory double-sided mourning ring,

Gold and ivory double-sided mourning ring Probably England, dated 1782 and 1786 Of marquise form, the obverse painted with female mourner weeping beside covered urn on plinth inscribed, "MRS./ MARY ANN/ MARTYN/ OB. 17 DEC/ 1786 AE 76," the

Lot: 78 - Gold and ivory mourning bracelet, England or

Gold and ivory mourning bracelet England or America, second half 18th century With two marquise-shaped miniatures; the first, painted with female figure mourning beside raised plinth bearing the initials, "E.M & I.C" on hairwork knoll and

Lot: 79 - Group of three gold and ivory mourning pins,

Group of three gold and ivory mourning pins England or America, late 18th/early 19th century All of marquise form, the first, painted en grisaille, depicting woman weeping beside covered and swagged urn surmounting plinth inscribed, "In

Lot: 80 - Two gold and ivory mourning rings, Probably

Two gold and ivory mourning rings Probably England, dated 1785 and 1790 The first, of marquise form, painted with woman leaning on covered urn atop plinth inscribed, "TC/ ob/ 14 Sep/ 1785/ AE 74"; the second, of oval form, depicting woman and

Lot: 81 - Gold and ivory mourning pin and clasp, Probably

Gold and ivory mourning pin and clasp Probably England, late 18th/early 19th century The pin of marquise form, depicting female figure kneeling to place heart in open flame on plinth inscribed, "MC," bird holding wreath flies overhead, enamel

Lot: 82 - Three gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants,

Three gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants England or America, one dated 1789 All of marquise form, the first, painted with woman standing beside obelisk decorated with cherub's head and inscribed, "FRANCES/ DAY/ OB 10 APRIL/ 1789/ AE 15,"

Lot: 83 - Gold, ivory, and hairwork mourning ring, England

Gold, ivory, and hairwork mourning ring England or America, late 18th/early 19th century Of marquise form, depicting raised covered urn heightened with chopped hair and seed pearls, atop gilt decorated, raised plinth inscribed, "AMO," beaded

Lot: 84 - Two gold, ivory and hairwork mourning

Two gold, ivory and hairwork mourning pins/pendants Probably England, dated 1783 and 1789 The first, of marquise form, with raised hairwork urn flanked by the initials, "JS," marcasite surround, the reverse inscribed, "Jane/ Spencer/ Ob 26

Lot: 85 - Two gold mourning pins/pendants, England or

Two gold mourning pins/pendants England or America, dated 1782 and 1785 Both of marquise form, the first, with raised enamel, gilt and paste swagged urn against a cobalt ground, the reverse with inscription, "Willm. Goddard/ Ob. 25. Mar.

Lot: 86 - Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning pin/pendant,

Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning pin/pendant England or America, late 18th/early 19th century Of marquise form, painted with female mourner beside raised black plinth and obelisk with fleur-de-lis and inscription, "In/ Memory /OF A/

Lot: 87 - Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning ring, England or

Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning ring England or America, dated 1789 The oval reserve painted with female figure weeping beside raised obelisk, bearing the initials, "CL," and embellished with seed pearls and gold wire, beneath

Lot: 88 - Two gold, hairwork and ivory mourning

Two gold, hairwork and ivory mourning pins/pendants England or America, one dated 1794 The first, of oval form, painted with female figure seated beside covered urn raised on plinth inscribed, "REVD T.W/ OBT 18TH FEBY/ 1794/ AET 24," with

Lot: 89 - Gold, ivory and hairwork double-sided mourning

Gold, ivory and hairwork double-sided mourning pin/pendant England or America, late 18th/early 19th century Of marquise form, painted with trumpeting Gabriel holding tablet inscribed, "R./ WILSON," Classical rotunda in the distance, hairwork

Lot: 90 - Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning pendant, England

Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning pendant England or America, late 18th/early 19th century Of oval form, painted with female mourner weeping beside raised covered urn on rectangular plinth, the urn bearing the initials, "MA," and the plinth

Lot: 91 - Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning pendant, England

Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning pendant England or America, dated 1796 Of oval form, painted with kneeling woman looking up at winged angel emerging from obelisk monument inscribed, "MARY BOMFORD/ DIED 25 JANY 1796/ AGED 6 MONTHS," the

Lot: 92 - Ivory and hairwork mourning slice, Probably

Ivory and hairwork mourning slice Probably England, late 18th/early 19th century Of oval form, painted with woman holding scrolled parchment above monument inscribed, "SACRED to/ the MEMORY/ of my honourd/ PARENTS/ UEH," seemingly unmarked;

Lot: 93 - Gold, ivory, and hairwork mourning pin, Possibly

Gold, ivory, and hairwork mourning pin Possibly America, dated 1801 Of circular form, painted with female mourner seated beside covered urn on plinth inscribed, "E.C. OB 26/ NOV 1801/ AE 27," the reverse with hairwork fleur-de-lis

Lot: 94 - Two gold and ivory mourning pins, England or

Two gold and ivory mourning pins England or America, dated 1785 and 1791 The first, of octagonal form, painted with woman weeping beside covered urn atop plinth inscribed, "NOT LOST/ BUT/ GONE/ BEFORE," the reverse engraved, "Dor. Anne

Lot: 95 - Two gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants, England

Two gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants England or America, late 18th/early 19th century The first, of circular form, painted with woman weeping beside urn initialed, "IB," on plinth dated, "1755-1791," the reverse set with hair, loop

Lot: 96 - Gold and ivory mourning pin, Probably England,

Gold and ivory mourning pin Probably England, late 18th century Of oval form, painted with female figure lamenting beside a covered urn on plinth beneath inscription, "HEAVEN HAS IN STORE WHAT THOU HATH LOST.," the reverse with space for

Lot: 97 - Gold and ivory mourning pendant, England or

Gold and ivory mourning pendant England or America, dated 1800 Of oval form, paintd with woman holding wreath beside covered urn on plinth, house in the background; the reverse with hairwork ground with applied gold cut-foil urn and sawtooth

Lot: 98 - Gold, ivory and hairwork double-sided miniature,

Gold, ivory and hairwork double-sided miniature Probably England, late 18th/early 19th century The one side with watercolor on ivory miniature portrait of a woman, once believed to be a member of the Caspar Wistar Morris family; the other,

Lot: 99 - Gold and ivory mourning pin/pendant, Probably

Gold and ivory mourning pin/pendant Probably England, late 18th/early 19th century Of oval form, painted with female figure holding wreath above raised covered urn on raised columnar plinth, the reverse set with hair and gilt initials,

Lot: 100 - Large gold and ivory mourning pendant, England or

Large gold and ivory mourning pendant England or America, late 18th/early 19th century Of oval form, painted with female spirit escaping from raised obelisk on architectural support, heightened by seed pearls, flanking oval plaque inscribed,

Lot: 101 - Gold and ivory mourning pin, Probably England,

Gold and ivory mourning pin Probably England, late 18th/early 19th century Of rounded rectangular form, painted with female figure reclining on plinth inscribed, "S.P," ship sailing in the distance, the reverse inscribed, "Not lost but/ gone

Lot: 102 - Two gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants, England

Two gold and ivory mourning pins/pendants England or America, dated 1795 and 1855 The first, of oval form, painted with woman praying beside covered urn on plinth inscribed, "Departed/ In...," a second plinth inscribed, "W. A. M./ Ob June/

Lot: 103 - Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning pin/pendant,

Gold, ivory and hairwork mourning pin/pendant England or America, early 19th century Of octagonal form, painted with woman and two children mourning beside urn on plinth inscribed, "NOT LOST/ BUT GONE/ BEFORE," the reverse set with lock of

Lot: 104 - Gold and ivory mourning pin/pendant, England or

Gold and ivory mourning pin/pendant England or America, possibly New York, late 18th/early 19th century Of oval form, painted with man and woman leaning on plinth topped by covered urn and inscribed, "J.E./ AE. 10/ Months," an angel flies

Lot: 105 - Gold and ivory mourning pendant, England or

Gold and ivory mourning pendant England or America, dated 1793-1796 Of oval form, painted with female figure decorating plinth topped by covered urn and inscribed, "IN MEMORY OF/ T.L.S. Sproat/ W.L.M. Sproat/ Anna Sproat/ John Sproat/ LHS

Lot: 106 - Large gold and ivory mourning pendant, Probably

Large gold and ivory mourning pendant Probably England, early 19th century Of oval form, painted with veiled female mourner standing beside covered urn bearing the initials, "JM," above which hovers a crown whose five points are each topped

Lot: 107 - Five gold mourning pins/pendants, 19th century

Five gold mourning pins/pendants 19th century The first, of marquise form, with applied gilt initials, "AMW," on hairwork ground, enamel surround, the reverse set with hair, fitted with pin and loop attachments; the second, of oval form,

Lot: 108 - Group of six Victorian gold and gem-set hairwork

Group of six Victorian gold and gem-set hairwork mourning pins 19th century Two with garnet surrounds, one with oval reserve set with hair surrounding portrait of a woman's face; four with onyx surrounds: one of teardrop form, the reverse

Lot: 109 - Hairwork choker, 19th century

Hairwork choker 19th century With central gold element inscribed, "B.T. Wells," hand and whip clasp. L: 16 in. (overall) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Irvin and Anita Schorsch. Acquired circa 1970.

Lot: 110 - Four hairwork shroud pins, 19th century

Four hairwork shroud pins 19th century Each worked with variously colored hair into small floral sprigs or blossoms. L: 5 1/4 in. (longest) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Irvin & Anita Schorsch. Exhibited at the Museum of

Lot: 111 - Large group of mourning accessories and clothing,

Large group of mourning accessories and clothing American and European, 19th century Including a fan, velvet reticule, folding parasol, two bonnets, a small child's coat, black lace mitts, two net veils and a chiffon veil, mantle and a ladies

Lot: 112 - Group of ladies and gentleman's mourning costumes,

Group of ladies and gentleman's mourning costumes Second half 19th century Including a silk satin dress, a silk shawl and fringed dolman and a gentleman's mourning coat, waistcoat, shirt, tie and a pair of button-up shoes. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 113 - Beaded mourning band, Probably Boston, MA, dated

Beaded mourning band Probably Boston, MA, dated 1793 Comprised of black and white beads, arranged to read, "Mehitable H. Riley Boston April 13 1793" and "JHR SJHR MRLR + EPR PADHR JR" L: 32 in. (folded in half) PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 114 - Two printed items: Advertisement for mourning

Two printed items: Advertisement for mourning jewelry by Philadelphia jeweller Joseph Anthony and a burial invitation for Hannah Quinby 19th century The first engraved, "Orders from the Country Carefully attended to & Punctually executed

Lot: 115 - Iron and brass cemetery padlock, London, England,

Iron and brass cemetery padlock London, England, late 18th century Of heart shape with brass escutcheon and cover, marked with crown, "G T" and "Patent." L: 3 5/8 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Irvin and Anita Schorsch.

Lot: 116 - Silver coffin name plate, Continental, third

Silver coffin name plate Continental, third quarter 18th century Inscribed, "S. R. Mollin 1773." L: 4 1/8 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Irvin and Anita Schorsch. Exhibited at the Museum of Mourning Art, Drexel Hill,

Lot: 117 - Painted Papier-mâché milliner's

Painted Papier-mâché milliner's mannequin on a wooden stand Circa 1840 In the form of a female head. H: 37 1/2 in. (overall) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Irvin & Anita Schorsch. Exhibited at the Museum of

Lot: 118 - American School late 19th century, Portrait of

American School late 19th century Portrait of Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) Oil on canvas, framed. 29 1/2 in. x 24 1/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Irvin and Anita Schorsch. Exhibited at the Museum of Mourning

Lot: 119 - Five Presidential mourning ribbons, 19th century

Five Presidential mourning ribbons 19th century Including black silk mourning ribbon printed, "We Mourn our Fallen Chief, U.S. Mint" with small tintype portrait of Abraham Lincoln attached; a white silk ribbon, "In Memory of Departed Worth

Lot: 120 - Gold and enamel masonic pendant, 1874-1879

Gold and enamel masonic pendant 1874-1879 The first side inscribed, "Corinthian/ 368. 250. 53." above central roundel with enamel cross and crown inscribed, "IN HOC SIC NO VINCES," further inscribed below, "March 14 1875/ April 19th 1879";

Lot: 121 - Engraved silver masonic medal or mark jewel,

Engraved silver masonic medal or mark jewel Connecticut, late 18th century Of shield-shape, the one side engraved, "DARIUS HIGGINS FRANKLIN CHAP./ NO. 2/ NEW HAVEN beneath sun; the other side with central roundel with lamb enclosed by the

Lot: 122 - Seven commemorative or replica George Washington

Seven commemorative or replica George Washington inauguration buttons Mid 19th to 20th century Together with a white satin ribbon printed with profile of Washington and a black and white mourning cockade ribbon. Diam: 1 3/8 in.

Lot: 123 - Mourning needlework to George Washington

Mourning needlework to George Washington (1732-1799) America, early 19th century Inscribed, "G.W." and "Sacred to the Memory of the Illustrious Washington," worked with polychrome silk threads, paint and ink on a sateen ground, framed. 15

Lot: 124 - Printed cotton George Washington commemorative

Printed cotton George Washington commemorative textile Late 19th century With the figure of Washington standing by his horse within a star-filled reserve, enclosed by American shields, framed. 23 1/2 in. x 17 in. (sight)

Lot: 125 - Bonded marble bust of George Washington

Bonded marble bust of George Washington (1732-1799) Marked "Williamsburg Sculpture, Inc., John A. Lanzalotti, MD sculp. 19 98" H: 21 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Irvin & Anita Schorsch. Exhibited at the Museum of

Lot: 126 - Scrub-top tavern table with red-painted stretcher

Scrub-top tavern table with red-painted stretcher base Late 18th/early 19th century Top tilts on turned base. H: 29 in. W: 53 3/4 in. D: 28 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Irvin & Anita Schorsch. Exhibited at the

Lot: 127 - Circle of Jonathan Richardson, the Younger

Circle of Jonathan Richardson, the Younger (1691-1771) Portrait of a gentleman Oil on canvas, framed. 29 1/2 in. x 24 1/2 in. (sight)

Lot: 128 - English School 18th century, Portrait of Reverend

English School 18th century Portrait of Reverend Samuel Weller (1686-1753) Oil on canvas, framed with note on verso, "Samuel Weller LLD 40 years vicar of Maidstone - his daughter Elizabeth (1729-1802) married George May Esq of Maidstone," and

Lot: 129 - William and Mary walnut chest of drawers, Late

William and Mary walnut chest of drawers Late 18th century Rectangular top above case fitted with drawers, on ball feet. H: 42 1/2 in. W: 40 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, West Chester, Pennsylvania

Lot: 130 - English needlework sampler, First quarter 18th

English needlework sampler First quarter 18th century Inscribed, "Mary Barker Her Work in the Eleventh Year of her age October the thirteenth 1722," rows of alphabet above the ten commandments worked in polychrome silk threads on a wool

Lot: 131 - Walnut document box, Pennsylvania, late 18th

Walnut document box Pennsylvania, late 18th century Rectangular lid with applied molding on a dovetailed case, molded base raised on shoe feet. H: 10 1/2 in. W: 25 in. D: 16 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a Pennsylvania Lady.

Lot: 132 - Walnut and pine stretcher table, 18th century

Walnut and pine stretcher table 18th century Rectangular top above apron with drawer, turned legs joined by H-form stretcher. H: 26 1/2 in. L: 42 1/2 in. D: 27 in. PROVENANCE: Private Main Line Collection.

Lot: 133 - Continental School 19th century, Portrait of a

Continental School 19th century Portrait of a seated child with a violin Oil on canvas, framed. 29 in. x 24 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: From the Collection of Harvey and Helen Wedeen.

Lot: 134 - Grain-painted rush seat side chair, Attributed to

Grain-painted rush seat side chair Attributed to Nathaniel Dominy V (1770-1852), East Hampton, NY, circa 1800 With rosewood graining. H: 40 in. PROVENANCE: Private Main Line Collection.

Lot: 135 - Walnut hanging cupboard, Pennsylvania, late 18th

Walnut hanging cupboard Pennsylvania, late 18th century With molded cornice above raised panel door and thumb-molded drawer, open shelf below flanked by shaped sides. H: 38 1/2 in. W: 38 1/4 in. D: 13 1/2 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 136 - Queen Anne thirty-hour tall case clock, Joshua

Queen Anne thirty-hour tall case clock Joshua Humphreys (1743-1810), East Whiteland, PA The square brass face engraved with compass star, an applied plate inscribed, "Joshua Humphreys/East Whiteland." H: 81 1/2 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 137 - Queen Anne walnut high chest, Philadelphia, PA,

Queen Anne walnut high chest Philadelphia, PA, 18th century On cabriole legs ending in trifid feet. H: 76 1/2 in. W: 39 1/2 in. D: 24 in.

Lot: 138 - Pair of Queen Anne walnut side chairs, Attributed

Pair of Queen Anne walnut side chairs Attributed to William Savery (1750-1804), Philadelphia, PA, late 18th ry With shaped aprons and H-form stretchers, on cabriole legs ending in trifid feet. H: 39 1/2 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 139 - American School 18th century, Portrait miniature

American School 18th century Portrait miniature of Revolutionary War captain Joseph Fox (1749-1820) of the 16th Massachusetts Regiment Unsigned, watercolor on ivory, gilt metal locket case. 1 in. x 3/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE:

Lot: 140 - Needlework Fox Family register, Mary Baron Fox

Needlework Fox Family register Mary Baron Fox (1785-1837), Woodstock, CT Worked with the inscription, "The Register of Joseph Fox's family written by his daughter Mary in October 1802," silk threads on a linen ground, framed. 16 in. x 10

Lot: 141 - American School 19th century, Profile portrait of

American School 19th century Profile portrait of Major Nathaniel S. Prentice, second New Hampshire regiment, 1776 Graphite, ink and watercolor on paper, framed. 9 1/2 in. x 7 1/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Property of a New

Lot: 142 - Group of commemorative Washington and

Group of commemorative Washington and Revolutionary War items American and Continental, 18th to 20th century Including a Hubley figural cast iron bank; a Borghese gallery wax profile relief of Martha Washington; a reproduction stamped brass

Lot: 143 - Queen Anne carved cherrywood high chest of

Queen Anne carved cherrywood high chest of drawers Connecticut, circa 1780 With bonnet top and fan-carved drawer to upper and lower case, on cabriole legs ending in pad feet. H: 82 1/2 in. W: 40 3/4 in. D: 20 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 144 - Replica of the Chippendale carved mahogany and

Replica of the Chippendale carved mahogany and gilt-painted "Rising Sun" armchair Attributed to the workshop of Percy Feldenkreis, Germantown, PA, early 20th century. H: 58 in. W: 26 in. D: 22 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Private

Lot: 145 - Rembrandt Peale (American, 1778-1860), Portrait of

Rembrandt Peale (American, 1778-1860) Portrait of George Washington (1732-1799) Oil on canvas, framed. 26 1/4 in. x 22 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Eleanor Parke Custis (1779-1852), granddaughter of Martha Washington

Lot: 146 - Attributed to Rembrandt Peale (American,

Attributed to Rembrandt Peale (American, 1778-1860) Portrait of Philadelphia sea captain William Jonas Keene (1767-1809) Oil on canvas, framed. 36 3/4 in. x 26 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: By descent in the family of Keene's

Lot: 147 - Samuel Burtis Baker (1882-1967) After Charles

Samuel Burtis Baker (1882-1967) After Charles Willson Peale (1741-1827) Portrait of General John Cropper (1756-1821) Inscribed on verso, "This copy after Charles Willson Peale 1792 of Brig Gen'l John Cropper, Burtis Baker," oil on canvas,

Lot: 148 - Queen Anne carved walnut armchair, Philadelphia,

Queen Anne carved walnut armchair Philadelphia, PA, circa 1770 The crestrail centering a shell above pierced splat, arched apron, cabriole legs ending in trifid feet, originally fitted as a commode chair. H: 41 1/2 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 149 - Continental School 19th century, Three portrait

Continental School 19th century Three portrait miniatures of George Washington (1732-1799) Two of rectangular form, one signed, "Smith," framed; the third, signed,"Lesueur," set into lid of a burled walnut box, all watercolor on ivory.

Lot: 150 - Pair of Chippendale mahogany side chairs,

Pair of Chippendale mahogany side chairs Philadelphia, PA, late 18th century Each with a pierced Gothic splat above slip seat and cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet. H: 38 in. PROVENANCE: By descent in the Bacon Family

Lot: 151 - Chippendale walnut chest-on-chest, Philadelphia,

Chippendale walnut chest-on-chest Philadelphia, PA, late 18th century H: 78 1/2 in. W: 44 3/4 in. D: 23 in. PROVENANCE: According to a typed history accompanying lot, this chest-on-chest was likely given to Mary Wood Bacon

Lot: 152 - Tin-glazed earthenware plate of West Newbury,

Tin-glazed earthenware plate of West Newbury, Massachusetts interest Late 18th century Decorated with blue trellis border enclosing a blue flowerhead, with a hand-written paper note affixed to back recording ownership history; together with a

Lot: 153 - Pair of brass candlesticks and a pewter plate,

Pair of brass candlesticks and a pewter plate England, 18th and 19th century Pewter plate stamped with initials, "MB," and the numbers, "XII 29 1791." H: 9 1/2 in. (candlesticks) Diam: 9 1/2 in. (plate) PROVENANCE: By descent

Lot: 154 - Chippendale carved walnut side chair,

Chippendale carved walnut side chair Philadelphia, PA, circa 1780 With a shell-carved crestrail, shell-carved knees and ball and claw feet. H: 39 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 155 - Chippendale mahogany tilt-top candlestand,

Chippendale mahogany tilt-top candlestand Philadelphia, PA, 18th century With ball and claw feet. H: 27 in.

Lot: 156 - American School 19th century, Portrait miniature

American School 19th century Portrait miniature of Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) Initialed, "J.T.," watercolor on ivory, framed. 3 1/2 in. x 2 1/2 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady. Ex-Collection: E.B.

Lot: 157 - Chippendale mahogany and parcel-gilt looking

Chippendale mahogany and parcel-gilt looking glass 19th century Cresting ornamented with incised gilded vine and phoenix. L: 41 1/2 in. W: 23 in. PROVENANCE: From the Collection of Harvey and Helen Wedeen.

Lot: 158 - Chinese Export porcelain "Quaker Farmer" plate,

Chinese Export porcelain "Quaker Farmer" plate Early 19th century Painted en grisaille with gilt rim. Diam: 7 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 159 - Chippendale mahogany chest of drawers, Late 18th

Chippendale mahogany chest of drawers Late 18th century Rectangular top with molded edge above four graduated beaded drawers, raised on tall bracket feet. H: 33 3/4 in. W: 41 3/4 in. D: 21 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection,

Lot: 160 - William Russell Birch (1755-1834), Portrait

William Russell Birch (1755-1834) portrait miniature of bishop william white (1748-1836) Inscribed on reverse "Bishop White," enameled copper. 1 1/4 in. x 1 1/8 in. (sight) provenance: Property of a Main Line Lady.

Lot: 161 - Chippendale carved walnut armchair, Mid-Atlantic

Chippendale carved walnut armchair Mid-Atlantic states, circa 1780 With beaded crestrail and stiles, "Gothic" splat. H: 36 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 162 - Needlework Bentley Family register, Otswego

Needlework Bentley Family register Otswego County, NY, circa 1830 A strawberry border enclosing band with houses and trees, a listing of family births and deaths, and a band of spot devices below, worked in polychrome silk threads on a linen

Lot: 163 - Chippendale parcel-gilt and mahogany looking

Chippendale parcel-gilt and mahogany looking glass 18th/19th century The cresting pierced with gilt phoenix. L: 38 1/2 in. W: 23 1/4 in.

Lot: 164 - Chippendale mahogany oxbow chest of drawers,

Chippendale mahogany oxbow chest of drawers Boston, MA, circa 1790 A rectangular top with oxbow-shaped molded edge above a conforming case with four graduated drawers, raised on ball and claw feet. H: 33 1/4 in. W: 37 in. D: 21 in.

Lot: 165 - Chippendale walnut tall case clock, Jacob Hege

Chippendale walnut tall case clock Jacob Hege (active 1790-1820), Franconia Township, Montgomery County, PA, with chalked date, "1805" inside case. With carved rondels to hood, the painted face inscribed, "Jacob Hege" and decorated with

Lot: 166 - Queen Anne walnut easy chair, Philadelphia, PA,

Queen Anne walnut easy chair Philadelphia, PA, circa 1775 Arched cresting enclosed by shaped wings and outscrolled arms, the legs ending in trifid feet, originally fitted as a commode chair. H: 46 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Private

Lot: 167 - Needlework sampler, "Ann Magrath, August the 7th

Needlework sampler "Ann Magrath, August the 7th 1798" Worked with silk threads on a linen ground, framed. 18 in. x 12 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Virginia. Pook & Pook, Inc., Downingtown, Pennsylvania,

Lot: 168 - Chippendale tiger maple armchair, Pennsylvania,

Chippendale tiger maple armchair Pennsylvania, late 18th century H: 38 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 169 - American School 19th century, Pair of portraits:

American School 19th century Pair of portraits: Thomas Mace and his wife, of Luzerne County, PA Oil on canvas, framed. 13 1/4 in. x 10 3/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: By descent to their daughter Matilda Mace Hern (b. 1865), to

Lot: 170 - Chippendale turned maple couch or daybed, 18th

Chippendale turned maple couch or daybed 18th century H: 41 1/2 in. L: 72 in. W: 24 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady.

Lot: 171 - American School 19th century, Portrait of a young

American School 19th century Portrait of a young boy, purportedly a member of the Haswell family o f Philadelphia, PA Oil on canvas, framed. 20 in. x 15 1/2 in. (sight)

Lot: 172 - Painted, grain-painted and stamp-decorated blanket

Painted, grain-painted and stamp-decorated blanket chest Dauphin County, PA, early 19th century H: 21 3/4 in. W: 51 in. D: 24 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Georgia.

Lot: 173 - Pewter porringer, Attributed to Samuel Danforth,

Pewter porringer Attributed to Samuel Danforth, (1795-1860), Hartford, CT L: 7 1/2 in. Diam: 4 7/8 in.

Lot: 174 - Large turned wooden bowl, 19th century

Large turned wooden bowl 19th century Turned with incised rings, flat bottom. H: 4 in. Diam: approx. 17 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, New Jersey.

Lot: 175 - Federal walnut and figured maple serving table,

Federal walnut and figured maple serving table North Carolina, early 19th century Rectangular top above long drawer raised on turned legs ending in tall peg feet. H: 34 1/2 in. W: 41 in. D: 22 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: By descent in

Lot: 176 - American School 19th century, Pair of portraits:

American School 19th century Pair of portraits: Elizabeth Brandon (1783-1844) and Paul Barringer (1778- 1844) Oil on canvas, framed. 24 1/4 in. x 20 3/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: By descent in the Barringer Family of

Lot: 177 - Federal inlaid walnut chest of drawers,

Federal inlaid walnut chest of drawers Mecklenburg or Cabarrus County, NC, early 19th century With an arrangement of five inlaid drawers above bracket feet joined by a shaped apron. H: 41 1/4 in. W: 37 in. D: 17 3/4 in.

Lot: 178 - Full-bodied copper and zinc Hambletonian horse and

Full-bodied copper and zinc Hambletonian horse and rider weathervane 19th century With verdigris surface. H: 24 in. W: 30 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 179 - Federal figured maple one-drawer stand, Probably

Federal figured maple one-drawer stand Probably Maine, circa 1815 H: 29 1/4 in. W: 18 3/4 in. D: 18 in. PROVENANCE: Estate of Caroline Davenport Swann (1842-1938), 57 School Street, Gardiner, Maine, to grandmother of present

Lot: 180 - Fraktur: Family record of Johannes Horning and

Fraktur: Family record of Johannes Horning and Elizabeth Hall Perkiomen and Skippack Township, Montgomery County, PA, early 19th cen tury Watercolor and ink on paper, with additional hand-written page listing births of children and the

Lot: 181 - Three small slip-decorated redware plates and

Three small slip-decorated redware plates and miniature redware jug and bowl Pennsylvania, 19th century Each plate with yellow slip flourishes and coggled rim, the miniatures with Albany glaze. Diam(s): 5 1/4 in. to 8 in.; H: 2 3/4 in.

Lot: 182 - Group of miniature wooden items, 19th century

Group of miniature wooden items 19th century Including miniature bread board; cutlery box; bucket with bail handle; two small butter prints, carved with strawberry and swan; a red-stained hanging wall box bearing brand, "J. Hodson," on back;

Lot: 183 - Punch-decorated tinware coffee pot, Pennsylvania,

Punch-decorated tinware coffee pot Pennsylvania, circa 1830 Lighthouse form decorated with potted tulips, sunflowers and scroll-work. H: 12 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke,

Lot: 184 - Red-painted pipe box, Possibly Mid-Atlantic

Red-painted pipe box Possibly Mid-Atlantic states, circa 1800 With reeded sides, drawer and molded base. H: 17 1/2 in. W: 4 1/8 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia.

Lot: 185 - Painted twenty-four tube candlemold, Stenciled,

Painted twenty-four tube candlemold Stenciled, "J. Walker Livonia N.Y." Frame with book jack ends. H: 11 in. L: 13 in. D: 7 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Garth's

Lot: 186 - Group of wrought iron and wood kitchen implements,

Group of wrought iron and wood kitchen implements 18th and 19th century Including two roasting forks; spatula with shaped and decorated handle; spatula with twisted handle initialed, "M.P.G"; small spoon with twisted shaft; and a dough

Lot: 187 - Group of lighting devices, New England and

Group of lighting devices New England and Pennsylvania, 18th/19th century Including a green-painted wooden lantern with adjustable candlecup and wire bail handle; a turned maple tidy or lamp stand and iron betty lamp with swan form knop; an

Lot: 188 - Queen Anne oval top stretcher table, 18th century

Queen Anne oval top stretcher table 18th century Oval pine top on splayed baluster-turned maple legs, joined by straight stretchers. H: 25 3/4 in. W: 34 3/4 in. D: 25 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry

Lot: 189 - Attributed to William Matthew Prior (1806-1873), A

Attributed to William Matthew Prior (1806-1873) A pair of portraits: a young lady and a gentleman Oil on artist's board, grain-painted frames. 13 1/2 in. x 9 1/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry

Lot: 190 - Federal rosewood grain-painted table, Circa 1825

Federal rosewood grain-painted table Circa 1825 Rectangular top with breadboard ends, single drawer, turned legs ending in peg feet. H: 29 3/4 in. W: 36 in. D: 25 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry

Lot: 191 - Painted brace-back Windsor continuous armchair,

Painted brace-back Windsor continuous armchair New England, late 18th century Black paint over earlier red paint. H: 37 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Northeast

Lot: 192 - Brass bed warmer with turned and painted wooden

Brass bed warmer with turned and painted wooden handle New England, early 19th century With punched initials on handle, "ECM." L: 43 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia.

Lot: 193 - Painted and decorated poplar blanket chest,

Painted and decorated poplar blanket chest Attributed to Valentine Yoder (1813-1912), Sugar Creek, OH Decorated with a polychrome urn of flowers on a red-brown ground, turned feet. H: 23 1/4 in. W: 39 in. D: 18 1/2 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 194 - Painted and decorated leather fire bucket of Caleb

Painted and decorated leather fire bucket of Caleb Stimson Boston, MA, early 19th century Branded, "I Fenno," and inscribed, "Caleb Stimson 1798" and "Afflictus Consolation," polychrome decoration on a dark green ground. H: 12 1/2 in.

Lot: 195 - Painted Windsor continuous armchair, Rhode Island,

Painted Windsor continuous armchair Rhode Island, circa 1800 With remnants of black paint over apple green paint. H: 37 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Uncle Tom's

Lot: 196 - Needlework sampler, "Eliz. Ratcliff," dated,

Needlework sampler "Eliz. Ratcliff," dated, "November 24, 1797" A strawberry border enclosing rows of alphabet, numerals and decorative devices, deer, birds and flowers in urns. 16 in. x 10 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 197 - Needlework sampler, "Wrought by Mary Jane Waterman

Needlework sampler "Wrought by Mary Jane Waterman of Roxbury, MA, aged 10 yrs, 1831" Worked with silk threads on a linen ground, framed. 17 1/2 in. x 8 1/2 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry

Lot: 198 - Painted and decorated dome-top box, Probably New

Painted and decorated dome-top box Probably New Hampshire, circa 1850 Painted green and decorated with polychrome fruit and floral devices, underside of lid inscribed in graphite, "Miss Mary Jane Ricker Parsonfield...presented to her by J.

Lot: 199 - Attributed to Jacob Maentel (1763-1863), Miniature

Attributed to Jacob Maentel (1763-1863) Miniature profile portrait of a young man Watercolor and ink on paper, painted and decorated frame; together with an English School 19th century portrait miniature, inscribed on verso "Richard Ching

Lot: 200 - Green-painted comb-back Windsor armchair, Delaware

Green-painted comb-back Windsor armchair Delaware Valley, circa 1790 H: 42 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Pook & Pook, Inc., Downingtown, Pennsylvania, March 31,

Lot: 201 - Four cut paper items: Two scherenschnitte and two

Four cut paper items: Two scherenschnitte and two silhouettes American, 19th century The scherenschnitte, each with a tree with birds; the two hollow-cut silhouettes of young ladies, one heightened with graphite and ink, all framed. 4 5/8

Lot: 202 - Miniature Federal painted and stenciled Windsor

Miniature Federal painted and stenciled Windsor settee Circa 1830 Painted black with gilt stenciling. L: 15 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Northeast Auctions,

Lot: 203 - Three small painted boxes, 19th century

Three small painted boxes 19th century Including a miniature painted and decorated tool box, the underside of lid inscribed in graphite, "Oliver Whitzell," the interior fitted with till above drawers, accompanied by note, "Belonged to Mary

Lot: 204 - Jacob Eichholtz (1776-1842), Portrait miniature of

Jacob Eichholtz (1776-1842) Portrait miniature of a young lady Oil on panel, framed. 5 in. x 3 3/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Samuel Herrup Antiques,

Lot: 205 - Rufus Porter (1792-1884), Portrait miniature of a

Rufus Porter (1792-1884) Portrait miniature of a young man Watercolor on paper, églomisé mat, verso with hand-written inscription,"Mrs. Eliza Bean No. 178 if you can't get a good picture from this, don't copy get the expression of

Lot: 206 - Copper and brass money box made for Ebenezer

Copper and brass money box made for Ebenezer Clough (1767-1848) of Boston, Massachusetts Made by Coppersmith Nathan Alley, Boston, MA, circa 1820 Ledger sheet hand-written by Ebenezer Clough affixed to underside of lid with detailed

Lot: 207 - Copper hot water kettle, Bearing mark of i. babb,

Copper hot water kettle Bearing mark of i. babb, Reading, PA, circa 1815 H: 14 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia.

Lot: 208 - Fraktur: Taufschein for George Zigler,

Fraktur: Taufschein for George Zigler Timberville, Rockingham County, VA, 1814 Watercolor and ink on paper, framed. 12 1/2 in. x 14 3/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke,

Lot: 209 - Red-painted comb-back Windsor armchair,

Red-painted comb-back Windsor armchair Massachusetts, circa 1780 H: 44 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Federation Antiques, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 1, 1985.

Lot: 210 - Grain-painted poplar four-drawer chest, Possibly

Grain-painted poplar four-drawer chest Possibly workshop of Karsten Petersen (1776-1857), Salem, North Carolina With large turned black-painted feet. H: 42 1/2 in. W: 41 1/2 in. D: 17 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of

Lot: 211 - Turned and painted kettle or candlestand, Possibly

Turned and painted kettle or candlestand Possibly Virginia, late 18th/early 19th century H: 28 3/4 in. Diam: 11 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Conestoga Auctions,

Lot: 212 - Carved and painted Red Knot in fall plumage, Mason

Carved and painted Red Knot in fall plumage Mason decoy factory, Detroit, MI, circa 1905 With glass eyes. L: 10 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Russell Goldberg,

Lot: 213 - Carved and painted Premier grade Mallard drake and

Carved and painted Premier grade Mallard drake and Premier grade Pintail hen Mason decoy factory, Detroit, MI, circa 1905 The Mallard with solid body, both with scattered shot holes; together with a Widgeon drake decoy. L(s): 17 1/2 in.

Lot: 214 - Nantucket swing-handled basket, scrimshawed busk

Nantucket swing-handled basket, scrimshawed busk and carved needlecase New England, 18th to the early 20th century The basket with shaped handle and turned and incised center; the busk incised with ships, light house, trees, and two houses

Lot: 215 - Carved-coconut shell and a chip-carved ditty box,

Carved-coconut shell and a chip-carved ditty box Mid 19th century The coconut half shell carved with the Arms of Columbia, above the name "John J. McLaren"; together with a circular box pierced with slot, incised with compass-like blossom,

Lot: 216 - Fraktur: Birth record of Jacob Schultz

Fraktur: Birth record of Jacob Schultz (1788-1845) Loudoun County, VA Watercolor and ink on paper, grain-painted frame. 7 1/2 in. x 12 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke,

Lot: 217 - Six oval finger-seamed pantry boxes, New England,

Six oval finger-seamed pantry boxes New England, 19th century Including two painted dark green; one painted dark-red; one painted umber and marked, "G H" and incised with the initials "L" and TB"; a two-fingered yellow stained box, probably

Lot: 218 - Red-painted pine three-tiered hanging spoon rack,

Red-painted pine three-tiered hanging spoon rack New England, circa 1800 H: 9 in. W: 12 in. D: 7 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia.

Lot: 219 - Two fan-back Windsor side chairs, New England,

Two fan-back Windsor side chairs New England, late 18th century Black-painted chair with carved ears with Vermont family history under seat. H(s): 36 1/2 in. and 34 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry

Lot: 220 - Painted cherrywood, hanging or table-top glazed

Painted cherrywood, hanging or table-top glazed cupboard Probably Ohio, circa 1820 With ochre and umber paint. H: 28 in. W: 23 in. D: 9 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke,

Lot: 221 - Painted "keeler," four firkins, pail and two

Painted "keeler," four firkins, pail and two pantry boxes New England, 19th century "Keeler," firkins and pail of stave construction, pantry boxes with straight laps, all with original paint. H: 7 in. Diam: 12 1/2 in. (keeler)

Lot: 222 - Painted tavern table with scrubbed top, New

Painted tavern table with scrubbed top New England, 18th century Rectangular top with breadboard ends on salmon-painted base fitted with a drawer on turned legs joined by stretchers. H: 27 1/2 in. W: 46 3/4 in. D: 28 in.

Lot: 223 - Two Fraktur: Birth and Baptism records, Attributed

Two Fraktur: Birth and Baptism records Attributed to Johann Jacob Friedrich Krebs (c.1749-1815) and the Blousy Angel artist The first, printed and hand-colored birth record of Catharine Wittman, Tulpehoken Township, Berks County, born May

Lot: 224 - Miniature lift-lid pine and oak blanket chest, New

Miniature lift-lid pine and oak blanket chest New England, circa 1800 H: 8 1/2 in. W: 16 in. D: 7 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. From the Estate of George L.

Lot: 225 - Red and mustard sponge-decorated pine blanket

Red and mustard sponge-decorated pine blanket chest Mid 19th century H: 24 3/4 in. W: 41 1/2 in. D: 20 7/8 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Austin Miller, Columbus, Ohio,

Lot: 226 - Miniature Federal red-painted blanket chest and

Miniature Federal red-painted blanket chest and two small painted boxes 19th century The blanket chest with hinged lid, shaped apron, the round lapped-edge boxes painted green and yellow. H: 4 1/2 in. W: 6 1/2 in. D: 4 1/8 in. (chest) and

Lot: 227 - Miniature Federal grain-painted chest of drawers,

Miniature Federal grain-painted chest of drawers New England, early 19th century Together with a miniature split baluster pine mirror. H: 8 1/8 in. W: 9 in. D: 5 5/8 in. (chest) and 5 5/8 in. x 3 5/8 in. (mirror) PROVENANCE:

Lot: 228 - Three painted and turned tablewares, New England,

Three painted and turned tablewares New England, 18th/19th century Blue-painted turned footed bowl, white-painted turned footed salt and small green-painted plate. Diam: 5 3/4 in. (bowl) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E.

Lot: 229 - Blue-painted bentwood canteen and two painted

Blue-painted bentwood canteen and two painted pantry boxes New England, circa 1800 Canteen of "cheese box" form bearing the initials, "J. W."; together with two rounded and lap constructed pantry boxes painted red and green decorated with

Lot: 230 - Miniature red-stained box with turned feet,

Miniature red-stained box with turned feet Pennsylvania, circa 1830 With a dovetailed case. H: 14 3/4 in. W: 7 1/2 in. D: 7 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia.

Lot: 231 - Two painted and decorated patent ink stands and a

Two painted and decorated patent ink stands and a turned sander S. Silliman & Co., Chester, CT, and James L. Chappell, Buffalo, NY Ink stands bearing printed manufacturer's labels. H: approx. 2 1/8 in. Diam: 3 1/2 in.

Lot: 232 - Turned, painted and decorated saffron cup with

Turned, painted and decorated saffron cup with lid Attributed to Joseph Long Lehn (1798-1892), Lancaster County Together with a salt dish and goblet. H(s): 4 in., 2 3/4 in., and 3 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene

Lot: 233 - Three painted and one chip-carved sliding lid

Three painted and one chip-carved sliding lid boxes New England, 18th/19th century Including a shallow bittersweet-painted candlebox; a small red-painted box with slightly arched top; a small green-painted box decorated with vines with red

Lot: 234 - Four treenware covered jars, Ohio and Midwestern

Four treenware covered jars Ohio and Midwestern states, 19th century Including a Peaseware jar, attributed to David Mills Pease (1815-1890); another concentrically turned covered jar; a sponge-decorated needlebox inscribed in pencil under

Lot: 235 - Painted and decorated pine document box, New

Painted and decorated pine document box New England, circa 1835 Rectangular form with hinged lid, painted red and decorated in polychrome with swags, basket of flowers and the initials, "M.T." H: 6 1/4 in. W: 12 3/4 in. D: 6 1/4 in.

Lot: 236 - Red-stained maple Shaker candlestand, Attributed

Red-stained maple Shaker candlestand Attributed to Alfred, Maine Shaker Community, circa 1825 H: 27 in. W: 16 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Butter Churn Antiques,

Lot: 237 - Small carved and red-painted pine box, Early 19th

Small carved and red-painted pine box Early 19th century The lid carved with fans at corners and bird on branch to center, the divided interior covered in paper. H: 4 5/8 in. L: 11 1/8 in. D: 6 3/8 in. PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 238 - Painted and decorated tinware coffee pot,

Painted and decorated tinware coffee pot pennsylvania, circa 1840 H: 8 1/2 in. provenance: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Pamela P. Boynton, Groton, Massachusetts, March 19, 1989.

Lot: 239 - Painted and decorated tinware tray and two

Painted and decorated tinware tray and two document boxes 19th century 12 1/4 in. x 8 1/2 in. (tray); H: 4 1/2 in. W: 7 3/4 in. D: 4 1/2 in. and H: 6 in. W: 9 1/4 in. D: 6 in. (boxes) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E.

Lot: 240 - Four miniature dome-top toleware boxes, Mid 19th

Four miniature dome-top toleware boxes Mid 19th century Each decorated with band of leafage or berries on asphaltum ground. H: 1 7/8 in. to 2 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke,

Lot: 241 - Group of four woven baskets, Eastern Woodland

Group of four woven baskets Eastern Woodland Indian, Taconic and others The first, a small Eastern Woodland covered box decorated in polychrome with leaves and ovoid devices; the second, a small oblong open basket painted salmon; the third, a

Lot: 242 - Two painted and decorated cutlery boxes, New

Two painted and decorated cutlery boxes New England, 19th century Together with two small turned painted bowls. H: 7 in. L: 12/2 in. D: 8 3/4 in. (largest) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of

Lot: 243 - Painted hanging shelf with shaped sides, New

Painted hanging shelf with shaped sides New England, circa 1800 In grey and salmon paint. H: 27 1/2 in. W: 23 3/4 in. D: 7 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Pamela

Lot: 244 - Two painted gameboards and four turned and painted

Two painted gameboards and four turned and painted Indian Clubs Mid to late 19th century The first gameboard with applied molding painted with blue and black checkerboard; the second, of walnut, painted with mustard and black; the clubs

Lot: 245 - Small turned and painted barber pole, New England,

Small turned and painted barber pole New England, late 19th century With original paint, iron mounting. L: 24 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Martha Boynton, Groton,

Lot: 246 - "Grape Nuts" chromolithographed tin trade sign,

"Grape Nuts" chromolithographed tin trade sign Circa 1920 H: 30 in. W: 20 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Austin Miller, Columbus, Ohio, October 10, 1996.

Lot: 247 - Federal red-painted work stand, Possibly workshop

Federal red-painted work stand Possibly workshop of John Rupp, Hanover, PA, mid 19th century The underside of drawer inscribed in graphite, "Rupp," fine vase and ring-turned legs ending in ball feet. H: 30 in. W: 24 in. D: 22 3/8 in.

Lot: 248 - Fraktur: Reward with bird on branch, Probably

Fraktur: Reward with bird on branch Probably Bucks or Montgomery County, PA, 19th century Watercolor and ink on paper, framed. 6 3/8 in. x 4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of

Lot: 249 - Schwenkfelder fraktur, Probably Montgomery County,

Schwenkfelder fraktur Probably Montgomery County, PA, 1826 The hearts inscribed, "William Schultz April th. 2 1826," the same in German script, dated "1826," watercolor and ink on paper, framed. 4 3/4 in. x 7 in. (sight)

Lot: 250 - Fraktur: Book plate for "Susanna Meyer",

Fraktur: Book plate for "Susanna Meyer" Pennsylvania, dated "1830" Watercolor and ink on paper, framed. 6 5/9 in. x 8 5/8 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia.

Lot: 251 - Two carved dogs, Attributed to Aaron Mountz

Two carved dogs Attributed to Aaron Mountz (1873-1949), Carlisle, PA H(s): 4 in. and 4 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia Pook and Pook, Inc., Downingtown, Pennsylvania,

Lot: 252 - Carved and painted rooster, Attributed to Wilhelm

Carved and painted rooster Attributed to Wilhelm Schimmel, (1817-1890), Cumberland Valley, PA H: 10 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Beyond Antiques, September 21, 2003.

Lot: 253 - Miniature carved and painted rooster, Attributed

Miniature carved and painted rooster Attributed to Wilhelm Schimmel (1817-1890), Cumberland Valley, PA H: 3 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Sotheby's New York, The

Lot: 254 - Painted and decorated miniature pine box,

Painted and decorated miniature pine box Attributed to Jonas or Jacob Weber, Lancaster County, PA Decorated with polychrome flowering vines on a red ground, graphite inscription under lid, "Fanny Bucher 1856." H: 2 1/2 in. W: 4 3/4 in. D:

Lot: 255 - Carved and painted walking stick, Late 19th

Carved and painted walking stick Late 19th century Worked with a twisting snake, train, and assorted animals including rabbit, elephant, stag, pig, bird, owl, turtle, figures, moon and star. L: 36 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 256 - Three small cobalt-decorated stoneware pitchers,

Three small cobalt-decorated stoneware pitchers Mid-Atlantic states, 19th century H(s): 7 1/4 in. to 9 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Smallest pitcher: Litchfield

Lot: 257 - Eight carved butter prints and two carved cookie

Eight carved butter prints and two carved cookie rollers One cookie roller marked, "I Conger," 19th century Variously carved butter prints, including an eagle, flower and leaf, pineapple, cow, sheaf of wheat, leaves; the cookie rollers with

Lot: 258 - Three large cobalt decorated stoneware pitchers,

Three large cobalt decorated stoneware pitchers New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, 19th century One bearing impressed mark, "A.J. Butler Manufacturer New Brunswick, N.J.," another bearing the impressed marked, "Edmands & Co. 2."

Lot: 259 - Two small Queen Anne looking glasses, New England,

Two small Queen Anne looking glasses New England, 18th century The first, of mahogany with original glass and backboard; the second, of pine, retaining worn original paint, original glass and backboard. 11 1/2 in. x 6 in. and 19 1/2 in. x

Lot: 260 - Burl bowl and collection of stone fruit, Early to

Burl bowl and collection of stone fruit Early to late 19th century The bowl with a beaded rim, fruit includes apple, grapes, pear, plum, strawberries, miniature banana and three miniature peaches. H: 3 1/2 in. Diam: 11 1/2 in.

Lot: 261 - Red-painted pine hanging box with "lollipop" back,

Red-painted pine hanging box with "lollipop" back New England, late 18th/early 19th century H: 13 in. W: 12 in. D: 6 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Purchased September

Lot: 262 - American School 19th century, Pair of portrait

American School 19th century Pair of portrait miniatures: a lady and a gentleman, circa 1830 Watercolor and ink on paper, framed. 3 3/4 in. x 2 7/8 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of

Lot: 263 - Needlework sampler and family register, "Performed

Needlework sampler and family register "Performed by Lydia Bates ae 15 born dec. the 26 1812," Hanover, MA Worked with silk threads on a linen ground, framed. 18 in. x 9 1/2 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E.

Lot: 264 - Small copper weathervane of a running horse

Small copper weathervane of a running horse "Dixie" Late 19th century Of flattened full bodied form, verdigris surface. W: 24 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Patty

Lot: 265 - Needlework sampler, "Hannah Currier born January

Needlework sampler "Hannah Currier born January 2, 1799, aged 11," Newburyport, MA, 1810 Worked with polychrome silk threads on a linen ground. 8 1/2 in. x 7 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry

Lot: 266 - Painted wooden Noah's Ark toy, Germany, late 19th

Painted wooden Noah's Ark toy Germany, late 19th century With approximately sixty carved and painted animals. H: 11 1/2 in. L: 18 in. W: 6 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke,

Lot: 267 - Needlework sampler, "Sarah Elizabeth Goodson,

Needlework sampler "Sarah Elizabeth Goodson, Floyd County, VA, September 1848" Worked with polychrome silk threads on a linen ground, framed. 11 in. x 8 3/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry

Lot: 268 - Two needleworks: a sampler and a family record,

Two needleworks: a sampler and a family record Worked by sisters, Anne J. and Mercy T. Presbrey, Taunton, MA, 19th ce ntury Each worked in silk threads on a linen ground. 16 1/2 in. x 17 1/2 in. (sight) and 11 1/4 in. x 12 1/4 in.

Lot: 269 - Federal red-painted walnut and poplar chest of

Federal red-painted walnut and poplar chest of drawers Pennsylvania or Ohio, circa 1810 With five thumb-molded drawers on tall French feet. H: 44 1/4 in. W: 39 in. D: 22 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry

Lot: 270 - Painted and decorated doll's cradle, Circa 1850

Painted and decorated doll's cradle Circa 1850 Both sides inscribed, "J.E. Hale." H: 7 1/2 in. W: 5 1/2 in. L: 14 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Uncle Tom's Antiques,

Lot: 271 - Doll with painted oil cloth face, hands and feet,

Doll with painted oil cloth face, hands and feet Mid 19th century Appears to retain original clothing. H: 13 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Austin Miller, Columbus,

Lot: 272 - Child-sized Classical walnut and figured maple

Child-sized Classical walnut and figured maple chest of drawers Circa 1830 H: 17 3/4 in. W: 12 3/4 in. D: 12 7/8 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Robert Beard, February

Lot: 273 - Painted wooden model of a fire pumper,

Painted wooden model of a fire pumper Pennsylvania, late 19th century With brass trim. H: 5 1/2 in. L: 15 1/2 in. (overall) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia.

Lot: 274 - Miniature grain-painted blanket chest, New

Miniature grain-painted blanket chest New England, circa 1800 With applied molding to lid and base, shoe feet. H: 7 in. W: 12 3/4 in. D: 7 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke,

Lot: 275 - Fraktur: Schwenkfelder Vorschrift, Dated, "January

Fraktur: Schwenkfelder Vorschrift Dated, "January the 6th 1829" Watercolor and ink on paper, grain-painted frame. 7 3/4 in. x 12 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia.

Lot: 276 - Fraktur: Birth record of Susana Hoppes, September

Fraktur: Birth record of Susana Hoppes, September 15, 1796 Northampton County, West Penn Township, Schuylkill County, PA Watercolor and ink on paper, grain-painted frame. 7 1/2 in. x 12 1/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The

Lot: 277 - Federal cherrywood sugar chest-on-stand, Possibly

Federal cherrywood sugar chest-on-stand Possibly Kentucky, circa 1830 H: 36 3/4 in. W: 25 3/4 in. D: 19 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke, Virginia. Purchased in May 15, 1984.

Lot: 278 - Two pieced cotton quilts, 19th century

Two pieced cotton quilts 19th century The first, in "World Without End" pattern worked with solid red, yellow patches within a printed border, heightened with scallop quilting; the second, pieced and appliquéd with eagles enclosing a

Lot: 279 - Classical bedstead, Probably Virginia, circa 1840

Classical bedstead Probably Virginia, circa 1840 Cannonball and bell-turned posts, shaped headboard and footboard. H: 54 in. L: 80 in. W: 54 in. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Eugene E. Derryberry (1942-2007) of Roanoke,

Lot: 280 - Federal inlaid mahogany tea caddy, Circa 1800

Federal inlaid mahogany tea caddy Circa 1800 With green-inlaid swirling oak leaf, thistle, and urn motifs to both exterior and underside of lid, the brass handle inscribed, "EL"; the interior with two tea boxes flanking a cup holder,

Lot: 281 - Chinese Export porcelain "Green Fitzhugh" oval

Chinese Export porcelain "Green Fitzhugh" oval platter and mazarin 19th century L: 16 in. W: 13 in. (platter)

Lot: 282 - Chinese Export porcelain five-piece "Tobacco Leaf"

Chinese Export porcelain five-piece "Tobacco Leaf" pattern garniture 19th century Including two vases and three covered bottles. H(s): 9 1/2 in. and 11 3/8 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Virginia

Lot: 283 - DeWitt and Marie Clinton Chinese Export porcelain

DeWitt and Marie Clinton Chinese Export porcelain oval platter Circa 1800 Bearing the initials "DWMC." L: 15 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, California. Hand-written note on verso, "Belonged to Ned Floyd Jones."

Lot: 284 - Chinese Export porcelain Canton tureen with cover,

Chinese Export porcelain Canton tureen with cover 19th century H: 7 1/2 in. L: 12 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Philadelphia.

Lot: 285 - Chinese Export porcelain assorted blue and white

Chinese Export porcelain assorted blue and white tablewares for the American market Early 19th century Including a soup tureen with cover and stand, two covered sauce dishes, one with stand, five dinner plates, four coffee cups of various

Lot: 286 - Federal inlaid mahogany serpentine card table,

Federal inlaid mahogany serpentine card table Circa 1800 Bearing hand-written inscription to underside, "J.C.C. Oottserville (?). H: 29 1/2 in. W: 36 3/4 in. (closed)

Lot: 287 - Gordon Hope Grant (American, 1875-1962), "The

Gordon Hope Grant (American, 1875-1962) "The South West Wind" Signed, lower right, "Gordon Grant"; the title inscribed on verso, oil on canvas, framed. 11 3/4 in. x 15 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: Grand Central Art Galleries, New York,

Lot: 288 - Inlaid mahogany watch hutch in the form of a tall

Inlaid mahogany watch hutch in the form of a tall case clock Late 19th century H: 15 in. PROVENANCE: From the Collection of Harvey and Helen Wedeen.

Lot: 289 - Inlaid mahogany architectural form watch hutch,

Inlaid mahogany architectural form watch hutch 19th century With glazed windows backed with paper, bone pilasters flank faux door, on base fitted with drawer. H: 21 in. W: 15 in. PROVENANCE: From the Collection of Harvey and

Lot: 290 - Pair of whale bone and baleen goblets, 19th

Pair of whale bone and baleen goblets 19th century H: 6 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Virginia.

Lot: 291 - Chinese School 19th century, The Hongs at Canton

Chinese School 19th century The Hongs at Canton Oil on canvas, framed. 17 1/2 in. x 22 in. (sight)

Lot: 292 - Chinese School 19th century, View at Canton

Chinese School 19th century View at Canton Oil on canvas, framed. 18 in. x 22 in. (sight)

Lot: 293 - Large architectural form inlaid, glazed and

Large architectural form inlaid, glazed and reverse-painted mahogany watch hutch 18th/19th century The inlaid platform fitted with drawer. H: 35 in. W: 23 in. PROVENANCE: From the Collection of Harvey and Helen Wedeen.

Lot: 294 - Large group of Staffordshire Historical Blue

Large group of Staffordshire Historical Blue tablewares First half 19th century Including fourteen plates of various sizes with the following American views: Union Line; American States; City Hall New York; Landing of Gen. Lafayette at

Lot: 295 - Group of Staffordshire blue transferware, First

Group of Staffordshire blue transferware First half 19th century Including teapot, covered sugar, wastebowl, two teabowls and two saucers in "Sleighride" pattern; warming plate in "Bridge of Lacano Italy" pattern; tall mug with figure of

Lot: 296 - Elkanah Tisdale (1792-after 1834), Portrait

Elkanah Tisdale (1792-after 1834) Portrait miniature of a young lady, circa 1805 Watercolor on ivory, gilt locket case, "A Grayson" inscribed on case interior; together with an American School 19th century portrait miniature of a young man,

Lot: 297 - Cherrywood walnut candlestand, New Jersey or

Cherrywood walnut candlestand New Jersey or Pennsylvania, circa 1800 With an elongated urn-form support. Diam: 18 3/4 in. H: 27 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: By descent in the Bacon Family of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Greenwich,

Lot: 298 - James Fulton Pringle (Anglo/American, 1788-1847),

James Fulton Pringle (Anglo/American, 1788-1847) The R. Debevoise's house, Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY, 1834 Signed and dated, lower left, the reverse inscribed, "Perspective View of R. DeBevoise's Estate North Side Fulton Street, Brooklyn.

Lot: 299 - Pair of Federal carved mahogany heart-back side

Pair of Federal carved mahogany heart-back side chairs Possibly Maryland, early 19th century H: 36 in. PROVENANCE: By descent in the Barringer Family of Cabbarus and Mecklenburg Counties, North Carolina, to the present owners.

Lot: 300 - Federal inlaid mahogany and brass mounted tall

Federal inlaid mahogany and brass mounted tall case clock Simon Willard (1753-1848), Roxbury, MA, circa 1795 The painted metal face inscribed, "Simon Willard." H: 83 in. W: 19 1/2 in. D: 10 in.

Lot: 301 - William Lovett (1773-1801), Portrait miniature of

William Lovett (1773-1801) Portrait miniature of a young Boston gentleman Watercolor on ivory, reverse-painted silhouette of a gentleman on verso, gilt locket case. 1 3/4 in. x 1 1/2 in. (sight)

Lot: 302 - French School 19th century, Portrait of a young

French School 19th century Portrait of a young lady with a striped bodice Watercolor on ivory, pressed brass frame. 3 1/2 in. x 2 5/8 in.

Lot: 303 - Needlework: "In Memory of Gen Geo. Washington &

Needlework: "In Memory of Gen Geo. Washington & His Lady" Early 19th century Ink, watercolor and polychrome silk threads on a silk ground. 12 in. x 16 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Philadelphia.

Lot: 304 - Federal inlaid mahogany secretary bookcase, New

Federal inlaid mahogany secretary bookcase New England, circa 1800 In three parts, the stepped cornice with urn form finials, above a pair of glazed doors enclosing shelves and case with desk drawer and two doors on French feet. H: 93 in.

Lot: 305 - Rare Paris porcelain plate decorated with map of

Rare Paris porcelain plate decorated with map of North America Circa 1825 Inscribed, "Amérique Septentrionale" after the 1823 map published in Atlas Geographique par Vosgien, which was based on earlier copper plates of North America by

Lot: 306 - Two bronze busts: George Washington (1732-1799)

Two bronze busts: George Washington (1732-1799) and Frederic II France, circa 1790 Each raised on gray marble plinth with engraved plaque, the Washington bust plaque reads "LIBERATAS SE GEORGE WASHINGTON GENERAL EN CHEF DES ARMES DES ETATS

Lot: 307 - Intaglio seal with portrait of George Washington

Intaglio seal with portrait of George Washington (1732-1799) Early 19th century Bust-length portrait of the first President in uniform enclosed by the inscription "George Washington," mounted on a gold fob. 1 in. x 3/4 in. (seal)

Lot: 308 - Needlework register for the Colboard/Nickerson

Needlework register for the Colboard/Nickerson Family "Mary Ann Colboard her work done in the year 1821," South Carolina Panel with trees flanking a large house above pious verse and mourning scene, with family register below, worked with

Lot: 309 - Federal mahogany card table, Philadelphia, PA,

Federal mahogany card table Philadelphia, PA, circa 1815 Shaped top with reeded edge above conforming apron and ringed, reeded, tapering legs. H: 29 1/4 in. W: 36 in. D: 17 1/2 in. (closed) PROVENANCE: Private Collection,

Lot: 310 - Federal inlaid mahogany card table, Bearing

Federal inlaid mahogany card table Bearing printed paper label of Joseph Short (1771-1819), Newburyport, MA, circa 1795. H: 28 1/2 in. W: 34 in. D: 17 in. PROVENANCE: Estate of Caroline Davenport Swann (1842-1938), 57 School

Lot: 311 - Presentation needlework, Isabella Mcdonald

Presentation needlework Isabella Mcdonald (1818-1847), Philadelphia, PA, dated 1829 "To My Father and Mother" and "Isabella McDonald, aged 12 years, Philadelphia, 1829," worked in polychrome silk threads on a linen ground, framed. 22 in.

Lot: 312 - Federal inlaid walnut blanket chest with drawers,

Federal inlaid walnut blanket chest with drawers Possibly Cabarrus County, NC, early 19th century The facade inlaid, "S. McCain." H: 27 in. W: 47 3/8 in. D: 18 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: By descent in the Barringer Family of Cabarrus

Lot: 313 - Currier & Ives, publishers (1834-1895), Two

Currier & Ives, publishers (1834-1895) Two hand-colored lithographs: american fruit piece and american autu mn fruit, 1875 and 1859 Large folio, framed. 22 1/4 in. x 29 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Collection,

Lot: 314 - Two large amethyst blown glass apothecary jars,

Two large amethyst blown glass apothecary jars 19th century Each with gilt label. H: 16 in. PROVENANCE: From the Collection of James A. McGirr & Dr. Charles Lothridge, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 315 - Federal walnut candlestand, New Jersey or

Federal walnut candlestand New Jersey or Pennsylvania, early 19th century 21 3/4 in. x 18 3/4 in. (top) H: 27 5/8 in. PROVENANCE: By descent in the Bacon Family of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Greenwich, New Jersey, to the

Lot: 316 - Group of amethyst glass tablewares, England and

Group of amethyst glass tablewares England and America, 19th century Including eighteen wine glasses, including four with knopped stems and two with faceted stems; a wood and brass caddy with three liquor bottles heightened with gold and

Lot: 317 - Large group of purple glass finger bowls and

Large group of purple glass finger bowls and rinsers England, 19th century Including nineteen fingerbowls of various forms and two rinsers. H: 3 1/2 in. to 4 in. PROVENANCE: From the Collection of James A. McGirr & Dr.

Lot: 318 - Attributed to Richard Verbrick (Ohio, Indiana and

Attributed to Richard Verbrick (Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, 1784-1860) Pair of portrait miniatures: a lady and a gentleman of Cincinnati Watercolor on ivory, framed. 3 1/4 in. x 2 5/8 in. (sight)

Lot: 319 - American School 19th century, Portrait miniature

American School 19th century Portrait miniature of a lady with lace cap Watercolor on ivory, gilt locket case, woven hair inset on verso. 2 in. x 1 5/8 in. (sight)

Lot: 320 - American School 19th century, Portrait miniature

American School 19th century Portrait miniature of a young man Watercolor on ivory, gilt locket case with hair inset on verso. 2 1/4 in. x 1 1/2 in. (sight)

Lot: 321 - Hugh Bridport (1794-1832), Portrait miniature of a

Hugh Bridport (1794-1832) Portrait miniature of a young man Signed, "Bridport," watercolor on ivory, gilt locket frame. 2 5/8 in. x 2 1/8 in. (sight)

Lot: 322 - Federal mahogany astragal form sewing table,

Federal mahogany astragal form sewing table Philadelphia, PA, circa 1810 With hinged top, reeded tapering legs ending in peg feet. H: 27 in. W: 24 5/8 in. D: 12 7/8 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady.

Lot: 323 - Group of miniature sterling silver items, Most

Group of miniature sterling silver items Most William B. Meyers Co., Newark, NJ, 20th century Various forms, including chamber sticks, porringers, sauce pans, a tankard, a platter, a chafing dish, a covered tureen, a spoon, a dish, and a dog

Lot: 324 - Federal mahogany two-part dining table with leaf,

Federal mahogany two-part dining table with leaf Philadelphia, PA, circa 1815 The "D"-shaped ends on tapering reeded legs ending in brass ball form feet, with single leaf. L: 89 in. (open, without leaf) PROVENANCE: Private

Lot: 325 - Late Federal églomisé and mahogany pier

Late Federal églomisé and mahogany pier mirror Circa 1825 Églomisé panel depicting the figure of Liberty with eagle and ships at sea. L: 49 1/4 in. W: 24 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection,

Lot: 326 - Late Federal figured maple two-part dining table,

Late Federal figured maple two-part dining table Mid-Atlantic states, 19th century Each section with shaped top over conforming skirt and deep rectangular drop leaf, raised on ring-turned tapering legs, peg feet. H: 29 3/4 in. W: 35 3/4

Lot: 327 - Federal bowfront chest of drawers, Massachusetts,

Federal bowfront chest of drawers Massachusetts, circa 1815 With two bow front glove drawers above conforming case fitted with four beaded drawers, all enclosed by outset and turned corner posts raised on turned feet. H: 45 1/2 in. W: 40

Lot: 328 - Group of Pittsburgh cut-glass tablewares, 19th

Group of Pittsburgh cut-glass tablewares 19th century Comprising three pairs of decanters, two tall glasses, one tumbler, eight goblet style glasses, seven wine glasses, and one sherry glass, all cut with strawberry, diamond and fan patterns.

Lot: 329 - Group of five Pittsburgh glass compotes, Circa

Group of five Pittsburgh glass compotes Circa 1830 Four cut with a strawberry, diamond and fan pattern. H: 7 1/2 in. (tallest) PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 330 - Collection of Pittsburgh glassware, Second quarter

Collection of Pittsburgh glassware Second quarter 19th century Including four cut celery vases, two cut pitchers, a pair of pillar molded celery vases, an etched celery vase and a pressed compote; together with a two tiered syllabub stand.

Lot: 331 - James Frothingham (American, 1786–1864),

James Frothingham (American, 1786–1864) Pair of portraits: Benjamin and Lana Sprague Edmands, 1816 Inscribed in graphite on verso of lady, "James Frothingham, artist Charlestown 1816," and sitter identified, "Mrs. Lana Sprague Edmands,

Lot: 332 - 21-inch Celestial globe with Classical mahogany

21-inch Celestial globe with Classical mahogany stand Manufactured by Mewton Son & Berry, London, England, circa 1830 Cartouche inscribed, "Newton's Celestial Globe. On Which all the stars, nebular and clusters contained in the extensive

Lot: 333 - American School 19th century After Ary Scheffer

American School 19th century After Ary Scheffer (1795-1858) Portrait of the Marquis de Lafayette (1757-1834) in civilian dress Oil on panel, framed, frame retains plaque misattributing the portrait to Samuel F. B. Morse (1791-1872); the

Lot: 334 - Enamel and silver mounted "Lafayette" bonbonnier,

Enamel and silver mounted "Lafayette" bonbonnier Continental, late 18th/early 19th century With profile portrait of General Lafayette on lid. H: 2 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady.

Lot: 335 - Staffordshire Historical Blue "Lafayette at the

Staffordshire Historical Blue "Lafayette at the Tomb of Franklin" coffee pot Circa 1830 H: 12 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Estate of Caroline Davenport Swann (1842-1938), 57 School Street, Gardiner, Maine, to grandmother of present

Lot: 336 - Two papier-mâché cheroot cases and three

Two papier-mâché cheroot cases and three snuff boxes with New York views 1840-1860 The cheroot cases inscribed, "View of New York," and "View of the Distributing Reservoir-on Murray Hill-City of New York," and the boxes, "Bowery

Lot: 337 - Painted and decorated "Landscape" Fancy rush seat

Painted and decorated "Landscape" Fancy rush seat side chair New York, circa 1820 Crestrail painted with a Hudson River landscape above a pierced back rest and balloon seat, on splayed turned legs, rosewood grain-painted with gilt highlights.

Lot: 338 - Papier-mâché cheroot case with "View of

Papier-mâché cheroot case with "View of Willeston Seminary, East Hampton, Mass." Circa 1845 5 1/2 in. x 2 7/8 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady.

Lot: 339 - Papier-mâché cheroot case with Mexican

Papier-mâché cheroot case with Mexican War scene: "The Capture of Gen. Vega" Circa 1845 5 3/8 in. x 2 3/4 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady.

Lot: 340 - Papier-mâché cheroot case with "Exchange

Papier-mâché cheroot case with "Exchange and Girards Bank Philadelphia" Circa 1830 5 1/2 in. x 2 7/8 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady.

Lot: 341 - American School 19th century, Battle of Kings

American School 19th century Battle of Kings Mountain Oil on board, framed. 12 in. x 16 3/4 in. (sight)

Lot: 342 - 201st Infantry New York Volunteer Spanish American

201st Infantry New York Volunteer Spanish American War presentation drum Late 19th century Inscribed in gilt, "Presented to the 201 St. Infantry N.Y. Vol. By the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New York, 1898," with a carrying case.

Lot: 343 - Painted leather firebucket for Mousam Engine

Painted leather firebucket for Mousam Engine Company No. 3 Kennebunk, ME, circa 1865 Painted red and inscribed, "Mousam" and "3" in gold. H: 11 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady.

Lot: 344 - Hooked rug with eagle and bannerette, Late

Hooked rug with eagle and bannerette Late 19th/early 20th century Worked with polychrome wool and cotton. 31 in. x 52 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Virginia.

Lot: 345 - Attributed to William Matthew Prior (1806-1873),

Attributed to William Matthew Prior (1806-1873) Portrait of George Washington (1732-1799) Oil on canvas, framed. 24 1/2 in. x 16 3/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Georgia Collection.

Lot: 346 - Large carved and painted pine eagle, Probably

Large carved and painted pine eagle Probably Philadelphia, PA, circa 1840 Boldly carved with outstretched wings mounted on a modern base. H: 49 1/2 in. W: 32 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Found in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 347 - Large sheet copper and zinc lyre and star

Large sheet copper and zinc lyre and star bannerette weathervane Late 19th century Retains areas of gilding. H: 15 in. L: 65 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 348 - Gilded sunflower and bannerette weathervane with a

Gilded sunflower and bannerette weathervane with a "C" Circa 1875 H: 32 in. W: 30 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 349 - Carved and painted wooden eagle, Axel Gustafson

Carved and painted wooden eagle Axel Gustafson (1867-1945), Franklinville, New York Mounted on a stand. H: 27 in. L: 15 in.

Lot: 350 - Carved and polychrome painted figure of General

Carved and polychrome painted figure of General George Washington (1732-1799) Philadelphia, PA, early 20th century The figure carved in high relief and mounted on a platform. H: 66 in. (overall) PROVENANCE: According to

Lot: 351 - Copper weathervane of a quilled pen, Late 19th

Copper weathervane of a quilled pen Late 19th century Verdigris surface. L: 35 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 352 - Copper arrow weathervane, Late 19th century

Copper arrow weathervane Late 19th century With verdigris surface, mounted on a stand. L: 56 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 353 - Large molded copper and cast zinc weathervane of

Large molded copper and cast zinc weathervane of an "Ethan Allen" running horse Late 19th/early 20th century L: 37 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 354 - Rare sheet metal fox and copper goose weathervane,

Rare sheet metal fox and copper goose weathervane Circa 1880 Three dimensional goose with verdigris surface and silhouetted fox raised on scrolled post with original copper directionals. H: 8 ft. 5 in. (overall) W: 5 ft. 5 in.

Lot: 355 - Four woven coverlets, American, 19th century

Four woven coverlets American, 19th century Including a blue and white two-panel double weave worked with geometric devices; a three color coverlet with name block "Emanuel Meily 1851 Lebanon, M. Yorty"; a three color two-panel coverlet

Lot: 356 - Sheet copper and iron bannerette weathervane, Late

Sheet copper and iron bannerette weathervane Late 19th century With quatrefoil flowerheads above bannerette pierced with a circular hole, traces of gilding. H: 29 1/2 in. W: 29 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown

Lot: 357 - Flattened full-bodied copper weathervane of a

Flattened full-bodied copper weathervane of a running horse Attributed to A.L. Jewell & Co. (active 1852-1867), Waltham, MA With gold painted and boule surface. L: 29 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown

Lot: 358 - Molded copper weathervane of a running horse, Late

Molded copper weathervane of a running horse Late 19th/early 20th century Verdigris surface. L: 30 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 359 - Full-bodied copper weathervane of a game cock,

Full-bodied copper weathervane of a game cock Attributed to J. W. Fiske, New York, late 19th century With sheet copper tail, verdigris surface. H: 18 in. W: 16 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of Ann Arader, Newtown Square,

Lot: 360 - Federal walnut blanket chest with drawer, Probably

Federal walnut blanket chest with drawer Probably Kentucky, circa 1825 With raised panel above long drawer having turned pull, paneled sides, turned feet. H: 35 1/2 in. W: 48 1/2 in. D: 18 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: By descent

Lot: 361 - Needlework picture, New England, early 19th

Needlework picture New England, early 19th century Worked with polychrome silk and metallic threads and watercolor on a silk ground, framed. 9 3/4 in. x 11 1/2 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Estate of Caroline Davenport Swann

Lot: 362 - American School 19th century, Theorem: basket of

American School 19th century Theorem: basket of flowers Ink and watercolor on paper, framed. 11 1/2 in. x 14 1/2 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Collection, New Jersey

Lot: 363 - American School 19th century, Three drawings,

American School 19th century Three drawings, probably Maine, mid to late 19th century Each watercolor and ink on paper, one inscribed, "Kossuth," the three drawings framed together. H: 6 1/2 in. L: 51 in. (overall) PROVENANCE:

Lot: 364 - Blue painted hanging corner cupboard,

Blue painted hanging corner cupboard Pennsylvania, late 18th century Cornice with dentil molding above recessed panel door and drawer. H: 31 1/2 in. W: 28 in. D: 18 in.

Lot: 365 - American School 19th century, Double portrait:

American School 19th century Double portrait: Granville and Ella Jane Parks of Woburn, MA, with pe dog, circa 1850 Oil on seamed flour sacks, framed. 50 1/2 in. x 36 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: The double portrait has

Lot: 366 - Federal painted and grained tall case clock with

Federal painted and grained tall case clock with Masonic face Silas Hoadley (1786-1870), Plymouth, CT, circa 1815 The wooden face decorated with Masonic devices and inscribed, "S. Hoadley Plymouth." H: 84 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 367 - Federal painted and decorated single-drawer stand,

Federal painted and decorated single-drawer stand The top decorated with gameboard. H: 29 3/4 in. W: 18 3/4 in. D: 24 in.

Lot: 368 - Jonah and the Whale mechanical bank, Shepard

Jonah and the Whale mechanical bank Shepard hardware Co., Buffalo, NY, circa 1890 Impressed mark to underside, "Pat. July 15, 1890." L: 10 1/4 in.

Lot: 369 - "Player's Navy Cut" cigarette porcelain enameled

"Player's Navy Cut" cigarette porcelain enameled trade sign Early 20th century Diam: 24 in.

Lot: 370 - Pieced and appliquéd "Halley's comet"

Pieced and appliquéd "Halley's comet" patterned quilt Late 19th century Worked with yellow, blue, and red-printed cotton patches and heightened with diagonal line quilting. 82 in. x 81 in. PROVENANCE: Private Colorado

Lot: 371 - Painted plaster figure of a jester, 20th century

Painted plaster figure of a jester 20th century In the manner of a tobacconist figure mounted on a plinth. H: 70 1/2 in. W: 20 1/2. (at base)

Lot: 372 - American School 19th century, Pioneers and

American School 19th century Pioneers and Landscape Oil on canvas, framed. 25 3/4 in. x 30 1/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Colorado.

Lot: 373 - Late Federal painted and veneered chest of

Late Federal painted and veneered chest of drawers New England, circa 1815 Rectangular top above case with four graduated drawers, each with veneered facade, on turned feet. H: 46 in. W: 40 1/4 in. D: 18 5/8 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 374 - "Humphries Restaurant" trade sign, "Burgaw &

"Humphries Restaurant" trade sign "Burgaw & Nolting" sign painters, 20th century Oil on canvas, framed. 38 1/4 in. x 36 in. (including frame)

Lot: 375 - Carved and painted figural group of Adam and Eve,

Carved and painted figural group of Adam and Eve 20th century Indecipherable inscription on platform. H: 24 in. W: 23 1/2 in.

Lot: 376 - Amish painted wood and metal wind-up toy, Early

Amish painted wood and metal wind-up toy Early 20th century An articulated mule pulling a wagon, with articulated rider holding a lunging stick, with painted inscription to side, "John. Perhap../I. Buy. No. Gas." H: 16 1/2 in. L: 14 1/2

Lot: 377 - American School 19th century, Portrait of a little

American School 19th century Portrait of a little girl with cat Oil on canvas, framed. 34 1/2 in. x 29 1/2 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady.

Lot: 378 - Classical grain-painted chest of drawers,

Classical grain-painted chest of drawers Attributed to John Rupp (1809-1899), Hanover, PA, circa 1835 H: 45 in. W: 42 1/4 in. D: 20 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, New Jersey.

Lot: 379 - Three needlework "House" samplers, Scotland or

Three needlework "House" samplers Scotland or England, 1830s The first, inscribed,"Frances Bell wrought this sampler in the year of our Lord 1831, Aged 11 years"; the second, inscribed, "Margaret Flambe's Sampler Finished in the 8th year of

Lot: 380 - Federal mahogany two-drawer work stand, Early 19th

Federal mahogany two-drawer work stand Early 19th century With reeded tapering legs ending in peg feet. H: 28 1/4 in. W: 21 1/2 in. D: 15 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, New Jersey.

Lot: 381 - Pictorial "Lady of the Lake" needlework, Circa

Pictorial "Lady of the Lake" needlework Circa 1825 With partial name,"H. Hasb..." and verses of Sir Walter Scott's 1810 narrative poem inscribed in gilt on églomisé mat, worked with silk and chenille threads, paint and ink on silk,

Lot: 382 - Assorted Chinese Export porcelain "Rose Medallion"

Assorted Chinese Export porcelain "Rose Medallion" and "Rose Mandarin" tablewares 19th century Including a cider jug and cover, paneled pitcher, leaf-form dish, two open oval serving dishes, a covered oval serving dish, trefoil shaped tray,

Lot: 383 - Chinese Export porcelain "Rose Mandarin" punch

Chinese Export porcelain "Rose Mandarin" punch bowl Mid 19th century Diam: 16 in. PROVENANCE: Owned by well-known Philadelphia Collector, Titus C. Geesey (1893-1969), thence to his daughter, Marie Geesey Robinson, and then to

Lot: 384 - Classical mahogany breakfast table, New York,

Classical mahogany breakfast table New York, circa 1815 Rectangular top with "D"-shaped leaves on concave ends fitted with drawers, downswept reeded legs ending in cast brass paw feet on casters. H: 28 1/2 in. W: 20 1/4 in. D(s): 10 1/2

Lot: 385 - Thomas Sully (American, 1783-1872), Portrait of

Thomas Sully (American, 1783-1872) Portrait of Mrs. James Burk (1792-1873), 1862 Signed, lower left, "TS" and dated, "1862," oil on canvas, framed. 35 1/2 in. x 28 1/2 in. (sight)

Lot: 386 - Silver three-piece tea service, Fletcher &

Silver three-piece tea service Fletcher & Gardiner, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1820 Comprising a large teapot, covered sugar, and creamer, of classical form with fruiting acanthus-cast handles and anthemion borders above conforming molded

Lot: 387 - Silver pitcher, N. Taylor and Co., New York, NY,

Silver pitcher N. Taylor and Co., New York, NY, circa 1825 Of baluster form, supported on a square base with ball and claw feet, the body chased with palm frond motifs and the bands decorated with palmette and anthemion, oak leaves, acorns,

Lot: 388 - Three-piece silver tea and coffee service,

Three-piece silver tea and coffee service Thibault & Brothers, Philadelphia, PA, early 19th century Of baluster form, all decorated with repousse floral motifs; comprising a coffee pot, unmarked; a teapot and a covered compote marked

Lot: 389 - American School 19th century, Portrait of Henry

American School 19th century Portrait of Henry Clay (1777-1852) After an 1848 daguerreotype said to have been Clay's favorite, oil on canvas, framed. 27 3/4 in. x 22 3/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Pennsylvania Collection.

Lot: 390 - Blendon Reed Campbell (1879-1969), Portrait of

Blendon Reed Campbell (1879-1969) Portrait of Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) Signed and dated, lower left, "Blendon Campbell 1933," written on verso, "I used a print from Brady Neg. 1865 Abraham Lincoln," oil on canvas, framed. 29 1/2 in. x

Lot: 391 - George Edwin Bissell (American, 1839-1920), Bronze

George Edwin Bissell (American, 1839-1920) Bronze portrait bust of Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) Marked, "Geo. E. Bissell copyrighted Gorham Co. Founders," the plinth bearing plaque inscribed, "The eleventh Congress of the Commander of New York

Lot: 392 - Rare set of eight Herrick-Maynard-Hatch Gothic

Rare set of eight Herrick-Maynard-Hatch Gothic Revival carved oak dining chairs Designed by Alexander Jackson Davis (1803-1892), New York, made by Bur ns and Brother, New York, for Ericstan, Tarrytown, New York, circa 1857 Including two

Lot: 393 - Two Herrick-Maynard-Hatch Gothic Revival carved

Two Herrick-Maynard-Hatch Gothic Revival carved oak armchairs Designed by Alexander Jackson Davis (1803-1892), New York, made by Bur ns and Brother, New York, for Ericstan, Tarrytown, New York, circa 1857. H: 47 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 396 - Two Herrick-Maynard-Hatch Gothic Revival carved

Two Herrick-Maynard-Hatch Gothic Revival carved oak dining chairs Designed by Alexander Jackson Davis (1803-1892), New York, made by Bur ns and Brother, New York, for Ericstan, Tarrytown, New York, circa 1857. H: 44 in.

Lot: 397 - Eastman Johnson (1824-1906), Study of Alfrederick

Eastman Johnson (1824-1906) Study of Alfrederick Smith Hatch (1829-1904), for The Hatch Family, 1 871 Signed, "E.J." l.l., graphite and gouache on colored paper, sketch of head of unknown young man on verso, framed. 18 in. x 13 1/2

Lot: 398 - Renaissance Revival carved rosewood, ash and

Renaissance Revival carved rosewood, ash and bird's-eye maple ladies cylinder desk Attributed to Gustave Herter, (1830-1898), New York, The cylinder lid carved with the initials "TH" for Theodosia Hatch. H: 71 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 399 - Renaissance Revival inlaid, ebonized, and carved

Renaissance Revival inlaid, ebonized, and carved rosewood center table Attributed to Herter Brothers (active 1864-1906), New York, circa 1870 The top veneered and inlaid with exotic woods and mother-of-pearl, the scrolling legs carved with

Lot: 400 - Renaissance Revival carved mahogany sofa,

Renaissance Revival carved mahogany sofa Attributed to Gustave Herter (1830-1898), New York, circa 1870 H: 45 1/2 in. W: 76 in. PROVENANCE: By descent in the Hatch Family to the present owner. Made for the Park Avenue home of

Lot: 401 - American School 19th century, View of Harper's

American School 19th century View of Harper's Ferry from the Potomac side Oil on canvas, framed. 13 1/4 in. x 21 1/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Virginia.

Lot: 402 - J.P. Beaufort American School 19th century, Falls

J.P. Beaufort American School 19th century Falls of Niagara as seen from the American side Inscribed with artist and title on label verso, oil on canvas, framed. 28 3/4 in. x 39 7/8 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private

Lot: 403 - Renaissance Revival ebonized and carved mahogany

Renaissance Revival ebonized and carved mahogany armchair, two side chairs and ottoman Attributed to Gustave Herter (1830-1898), New York, circa 1870 H(s): 43 3/4 in. and 46 3/4 in. (side chairs) PROVENANCE: By descent in the

Lot: 404 - American School 19th century, Portrait of Mrs.

American School 19th century Portrait of Mrs. Amanda Gillingham Fell (1819-1900) Oil on canvas laid on masonite, framed. 29 3/4 in. x 24 1/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Easton, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 405 - Renaissance Revival carved oak tall case clock,

Renaissance Revival carved oak tall case clock Case attributed to R. J. Horner, New York, retailed by J.E. Caldwell, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1900 With Westminster chimes. H: 97 in. W: 27 1/2 in. D: 16 1/2 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 406 - Sterling silver twin-handled presentation tray

Sterling silver twin-handled presentation tray from the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition R. & W. Wilson, Philadelphia, PA, late 19th century Oval, with engraved rococo designs, flowers, and diaper-work, bearing an inscription to

Lot: 407 - Chippendale-style mahogany firescreen with

Chippendale-style mahogany firescreen with needlework depicting Old Colony Club, New York Circa 1910 H: 59 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a New York City Lady.

Lot: 408 - Sterling silver six-piece tea and coffee service,

Sterling silver six-piece tea and coffee service Mt. Vernon Silver Co., Mount Vernon, NY, early 20th century In the Lansdowne pattern, the bodies decorated with neoclassical frieze and overlapping swag and urn motif, inscribed with the

Lot: 409 - Pair of sterling silver open salts, Tiffany & Co.,

Pair of sterling silver open salts Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, late 19th century The bodies decorated with applied lobster and crab, with two seafood picks; together with an open salt with hand-hammered finish and decorated with applied

Lot: 410 - Persian style sterling silver coffee pot, Gorham

Persian style sterling silver coffee pot Gorham mfg. Co., New York, NY, late 19th century The body with hand-hammered finish, the cane-wrapped handle issuing from a dolphin-form terminus, with hinged lid. H: 12 in. Weight: 20 troy oz.

Lot: 411 - Set of four sterling silver and mixed metal open

Set of four sterling silver and mixed metal open salts Gorham mfg. Co., New York, NY, late 19th century In the Japonesque manner, with hand-hammered finish and applied fish and plant motifs. Diam: 2 1/2 in. Total Weight: 3 3/4 troy oz.

Lot: 412 - Group of three sterling silver, copper, and mixed

Group of three sterling silver, copper, and mixed metal burners Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, late 19th century Comprising a sterling silver and copper burner in the form of a mug, a sterling silver and mixed metal cigar lamp in the form

Lot: 413 - Sterling silver and 14k gold center bowl, Bigelow,

Sterling silver and 14k gold center bowl Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Boston, MA, circa 1885 The openwork rim decorated with modeled water lilies amongst flowing water, the lily pads with gold finish. Diam: 10 1/4 in. H: 3 1/2 in. Weight:

Lot: 414 - Six-piece sterling silver tea service, Bigelow,

Six-piece sterling silver tea service Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Boston, MA, late 19th century In the Japonesque manner, with hand-hammered finish and cherry blossom motif, each with a different applied insect or amphibian: beetle, fly, ant,

Lot: 415 - 'Wave Edge' pattern sterling silver flatware

'Wave Edge' pattern sterling silver flatware service Tiffany & Co., New York, NY, late 19th/20th century Extensive Tiffany 'Wave Edge' sterling service comprising fourteen blunt blade dinner knives, twelve luncheon knives, twelve butter

Lot: 416 - Samuel Yellin (1884-1940), Pair of wrought iron

Samuel Yellin (1884-1940) Pair of wrought iron two-light sconces, Philadelphia, PA, dated 1924 Each bearing stamp, "Samuel Yellin 1924," with removable tulip-form inserts. W: 14 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Made for the Morris and

Lot: 417 - Twelve wrought-iron Samuel Yellin-style brackets,

Twelve wrought-iron Samuel Yellin-style brackets Philadelphia, PA, circa 1925 Each of scrolling form with single leaf and a projecting flowerhead. L: 11 in. PROVENANCE: Made for the Morris and Alice Kaufmann House, 7910

Lot: 418 - Three Southwest Santa Clara blackware pottery

Three Southwest Santa Clara blackware pottery items Frances M. Chavarria (1906-2000), Maria (1887-1980), Santana (1909-2002), and Julian (1887-1980) Martine z Comprising two storage jars: the first, carved with geometric designs and

Lot: 419 - Two Southwest Santa Clara blackware pottery jars

Two Southwest Santa Clara blackware pottery jars and woven basket Agapita (1904-1959) and Severa (1890-1973) Tafoya The first, with carved geometric design, signed to underside "Agapita Santa Clara Pye"; the second, with black-on-black

Lot: 420 - Northwest Coast Tlingit abalone- and bone-inlaid

Northwest Coast Tlingit abalone- and bone-inlaid carved feast bowl Circa 1900 With a carved frog's head at each end. L: 16 in. W: 7 1/2 in.

Lot: 421 - Three Navajo woven rugs, Mid 20th century

Three Navajo woven rugs Mid 20th century Woven with various geometric patterns in earth tones. 52 1/2 in. x 81 3/4 in.; 37 in. x 64 in.; and 55 3/4 in. x 38 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of the Sisters of the Blessed

Lot: 422 - Three woven Navajo rugs, Mid 20th century

Three woven Navajo rugs Mid 20th century Each worked in a geometric pattern of stepped devices in shades of red, grey, brown, and natural white. 37 1/2 in. x 61 in.; 36 in. x 65 1/2 in.; and 42 in. x 90 1/2 in. PROVENANCE:

Lot: 423 - Navajo third phase chief's blanket, Circa 1900

Navajo third phase chief's blanket Circa 1900 84 1/2 in. x 58 1/2 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, Bensalem, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 424 - Hand-illustrated scrapbook catalog: The Erastus T.

Hand-illustrated scrapbook catalog: The Erastus T. Tefft Collection of Garments and Implements of the Indians of North America New York, 1904 Containing eighty-two pages, forty pages embellished with original watercolor illustrations, one

Lot: 425 - Assorted group of Native American items, Primarily

Assorted group of Native American items Primarily Alaskan, 19th and early 20th century Including two model Inuit kayaks, small seal skin bucket, bone snow goggles, carved walrus tusk figure of a bear, carved seal, small carved bone figure of

Lot: 426 - Group of Native American items, 20th century

Group of Native American items 20th century Including one Acoma polychrome pottery jar, signed on underside, "Acoma"; three clubs; bow and four arrows; two Kachina dolls; and a decorated wooden bowl, signed to underside, "Albert Slinky Navajo

Lot: 427 - Charles Henry Humphriss (1837-1934), Appeal to the

Charles Henry Humphriss (1837-1934) Appeal to the Great Spirit Inscribed, "CH Humphriss 1906," with "Gorham Co. Founders" foundry mark to base, bronze. H: 31 in.

Lot: 428 - Two Navajo woven rugs, First half 20th century

Two Navajo woven rugs First half 20th century Each woven with geometric pattern; the first, in red, pale blue-green, black and natural white; the second, in shades of red, brown, natural white and black. 36 x 58 in. and 48 1/2 in. x 71

Lot: 429 - Navajo woven dress panel, Early 20th century

Navajo woven dress panel Early 20th century L: 45 1/2 in. W: 38 in. PROVENANCE: Collection of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, Bensalem, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 430 - Six-string guitar, C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth,

Six-string guitar C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth, PA, circa 1860 Branded on the neck block and interior center brace, "C. F. Martin New York," two piece cedar neck with slotted-head, French brass-plate import tuners by Jerome, spruce top

Lot: 431 - Six-string guitar, C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth,

Six-string guitar C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth, PA, 1845-1850 Branded on neck block and interior center brace, "C. F. Martin/ New York," spruce with rosewood veneer and colored marquetry, the cedar neck with "German-silver" import

Lot: 432 - Painted leather and stitched hide Western side

Painted leather and stitched hide Western side saddle 20th century On painted wooden saddle rack. H: 45 in. (overall, on stand) PROVENANCE: Private Virginia Collection.

Lot: 433 - Group of nine Masonic medals of Philadelphia

Group of nine Masonic medals of Philadelphia interest Retailed by J.E. Caldwell & Co. and WM. F. Englehart, Philadelphia, PA , early 20th century Comprising a large enamel, gem-set, and 14k gold honorary medal, dated 1927 and

Lot: 434 - Gold medal for English Literature from Rock Hill

Gold medal for English Literature from Rock Hill College Maryland, 1876 Circular medal engraved, "Rock Hill College, MD 1876" enclosing the school's coat-of-arms; the reverse engraved, "The Bayley Medal for English Literature awarded to M.

Lot: 435 - Felix de Weldon (Austrian-American, 1907-2003),

Felix de Weldon (Austrian-American, 1907-2003) Bronze portrait bust of John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963) Marked, "Felix de Weldon 1965." H: 17 in.

Lot: 436 - Beatrice Fenton (American, 1887-1983), Fairy child

Beatrice Fenton (American, 1887-1983) Fairy child kneeling on a frog Bronze, light green patina, signed and dated in cast: "Beatrice Fenton 1923." H: 18 D: 8 1/8 in. PROVENANCE: Property of a Montgomery County Collector.




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