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Auctioneer Schwenke Auctioneers 203-266-0323
Auction Date Nov 16 Auction
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Woodbury, CT
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SCHWENKE AUCTIONEERS
November Fine Estates Auction
Thursday, November 16th 12:00 Noon
710 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798


ONLINE AUCTION WITH ABSENTEE & PHONE BIDDING
** NO LIVE AUCTION IN SALE ROOM **

Preview Times:
Sunday, November 12th from noon to 6:00pm; Monday, November 13th, Wednesday, November 15th from from 10:00am to 5:00pm, and Thursday, November 16th from 8:00am to 12:00 noon sale time. Other times by appointment. The gallery is closed from 12:00 noon on Thursday auction day.






Lot: 1 - Alexander Calder Pencil Signed Lithograph

(American, 1898-1976), "Variations" artist's proof. Framed, not examined out of frame. Toning, interior moisture affecting surface in and around black crescent. 29" high, 36 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 2 - Louis Vuitton Suitcase

with original interior label #983571, lockplate stamped #180649, with two keys. Handle, luggage tab with wear, stains, soiling; case with nicks, scratches, scuffs, edge dent to one short side, a couple small losses. 20 1/2" high, 31 5/8" wide, 6 3/4"

Lot: 3 - Plaster Portrait Bust Of Benjamin Franklin

after Houdon, impressed mark "P.P. Caproni Bros/Plastic Arts/Boston." Some scattered chips and wear, finish loss, 1/2" chip to back of head. 24" high, 15" wide, 12" deep.

Lot: 4 - Maurice Leonard, "Jeune Femme Endormie"

(French, 1899-1977), watercolor on paper, signed lower left, finished corner gold leaf frame. Framed, not examined out of frame. 17" high, 20" wide.

Lot: 5 - Copper Full Bodied Eagle Weathervane

with cast iron directionals. Wear from exposure to elements, missing fletching on arrow shaft. 87" high, 33 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 6 - Steuben Crystal 18K Gold Vermeil Ornament

"Partridge In A Pear Tree" designed by Lloyd Atkins 1968 signed "Steuben" on base, cased. 6" high, 3" wide, 2 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 7 - Art Deco Marble Inkwell Stand & Blotter

with gilt bronze mounts, purported to have belonged to Arturo Toscanini. Gilt wear, loss, small chips to glass and marble, dent to one bronze stand mount, blotter with crack to marble. Largest: 1" high, 14" wide, 8" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT

Lot: 8 - Fritz Scholder Signed Litho "Indian W/Cat"

(Native American, 1937-2005), signed, numbered in pencil "19/100". Framed, not examined out of frame. Slight toning. 35 1/2" high, 26 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 9 - Large Continental Bronze Vase

with putti decoration. 23" high, 16 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 10 - John G.F. Von Wicht, "Untitled" M/M/P

(New York/Germany, 1888-1970), mixed media on paper, signed lower right, dated and titled verso. Exhibition label verso The American Federation of the Arts, March '61-'62. Framed, not examined out of frame. Sight 19" high, 24 3/4" wide. Provenance:

Lot: 11 - McCobb Mid Century Modern Desk

a few light scuffs, scratches to drawer fronts, lower drawer top edge and sides with wear, losses. 30" high, 48" wide, 25 3/4" deep. Provenance: Property of a NY State Private Collector.

Lot: 12 - Louis Vuitton Suitcase With Removable Tray

original interior label #9494334, lockplate #1039327, lacking key. A few scuffs, three corner dents to brass.17 1/2" high, 26" wide, 8 1/2" deep.

Lot: 13 - Reginald E. Nickerson, "Nantucket" Nautical Scene

(American, 1915-1999), oil on canvas, signed lower right. A marine artist and ship painter, Nickerson painted as William C. Trenholm and Thaddeus Bannister before he signed his paintings as Reginald Nickerson. 21 1/2" high, 43 1/2" wide. Provenance:

Lot: 14 - Folk Art Watercolor Design For Bookplate

Warren Nixon (Framingham, Mass, 1793-1872), calligrapher, believed modeled after a bookplate in an 18th century book in Danforth Museum in Framingham. Framed, not examined out of frame. Toning, small stains, professionally restored at some time,

Lot: 15 - Elizabeth Willis De Huff Santa Fe Landscape

(American, B. 1892), oil on canvas, initialed lower left "E.D.H." dated 1925 verso. Small losses. 10" high, 13" wide. Provenance: Elizabeth Willis DeHuff was the wife of the superintendent of the Santa Fe Indian School in the 1920's and 30's and

Lot: 16 - Victorian Octagonal Garnkirk Pottery Chimney Pot

with impressed marks. Expected age and use wear, minor chipping, stains, wear, paint loss. 49 1/4" high, 18" diameter.

Lot: 17 - Pair Art Deco Carved Parcel Gilt Walnut Armchairs

upholstered in an Asian style fabric. Minor gilt wear, some scuffs. 34 1/2" high, 19 3/4" wide, 17 1/2" deep.

Lot: 18 - Fritz Scholder Signed Litho "Indian/Pistol"

(Native American, 1937-2005), signed, numbered in pencil "114/150". Framed, not examined out of frame. Sheet slipped in frame. 30 1/4" high, 37 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 19 - Elie Bleu, Paris Mixed Woods Humidor

with removable tray. Fading to top. 5 3/4" high, 15 3/4" wide, 9 1/2" deep.

Lot: 20 - F.C. Von Hausen, Portrait Of Gentleman

depicting seated gentleman, possibly comedian Jack Benny, in double breasted suit with red pocket kerchief, signed lower right "F.C. von Hausen '36". 40 3/4" high, 32" wide. Unframed with alligatored finish. F.C. von Hausen was perhaps the most

Lot: 21 - Jan Van Chelminski "Central Park" Pen & Ink

illustration on paper, signed, dated lower right "1885." Framed, not examined out of frame. A few small stains, small dark spots. 31" high, 39 1/2" wide. Provenance: A Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 22 - 1927 Winged Mercury Radiator Ornament

with caduceus designed by F.W. Ehrlich, stamped "Pat. Jan 18-27 DES 71865". Patina wear, loss, a few small nicks, base scratches. 4 1/4" high, 5 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 23 - Russian Lomonosov Porcelain Tea/Coffee Service

a partial service, comprising eight coffee cups and saucers, six tea bowls, creamer and two bowls. Largest: 8 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Previously Estate of David Niven.

Lot: 24 - Jose Maria Llopis de Casadosl, "Interior" O/C

Jose Maria Llopis de Casados (Spanish,Fl. early 20th C.), elaboate church interior scene, signed lower left, titled "Interior" on Panama-Pacific International Exhibition label, verso. 42" high, 33 1/2" wide.

Lot: 25 - Set 12 Danish Silver Gilt/Enamel Demitasse Spoons

in a fitted case. Gilt and enamel wear, loss, one spoon bent. 3 3/4" long, 3/4" wide. Provenance: Previously Estate of David Niven.

Lot: 26 - French Collapsible Wash Stand With Lower Drawer

wear, dents, rust, porcelain bowl a replacement, silvering wear, loss. 45 1/4" high, 20 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a NY State Private Collector.

Lot: 27 - Larry Horowitz, Pastel Of Coastal Seascape

(American, b. 1956), signed lower right. Framed, not examined out of frame. 38" high, 47 1/2" wide.

Lot: 28 - English Mahogany Campaign Medical Apothecary Case

containing fifteen "Yorkhouse" apothecary bottles, lower drawer below (unlocked by removing vertical pin), containing scale, weights, beakers, mortar and pestle and more bottles. Small chips, one mahogany divider in lower tray cracked, partially

Lot: 29 - Royal Copenhagen J. Hedegaard Stoneware Figure

depicting a woman in blue sarong, signed, numbered "21390 8/25" on base. 25" high, 6 3/4" wide, 5 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 30 - Custom Mid-Century Diamond Shaped Low Table

with walnut and rosewood veneers. Some veneer losses and minor roughness, age and use wear. 21" high, 36 1/2" wide, 23 1/2" deep.

Lot: 31 - Harriet Beecher Stowe Family Att. Hand Painted Fan

with bone sticks. Stains, soiling, small edge tears, small losses. 9" long, 16" wide (open). Provenance: purchased from Sage auctions 8/84.

Lot: 32 - James Gilray, Engraving "The Bridal Night" 1797

James Gilray (English, 1756-1815), satirical hand colored print "The Bridal Night" published May 18, 1797. Stains, tears, repairs. 16" high, 22" wide. Provenance: Property of a NYC Estate.

Lot: 33 - Chassepot Model 1866 Rifle Dated 1867

with serial #F64872. Lacking cleaning rod and needle firing pin plug in stock. Wear and oxidation consistent with age and use, including small scuffs and losses to stock. 51" long overall, barrel 31.5".

Lot: 34 - Pair Brass Ecclesiastical Altar Candlesticks

electrified. 21 3/4" high, 6 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 35 - Folk Art Ship Diorama

of an American three masted schooner, framed, not examined out of frame. Paint wear, loss, soiling, first mast lacking flag. 18" high, 26 3/4" long.

Lot: 36 - Group Nineteen Photos Of Providence RI Landmarks

reprints. Soiling, toning, stains, a few small edge tears and losses. 14" high, 11 1/8" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 37 - Group Three Wood Canes and Riding Crop

use wear, finish wear, loss. 39" long, 3/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 38 - Henry J. Park, Three Etchings Providence, RI

(American, 1880-1964), all titled, signed in pencil, comprising "The Arcade", "Dover College" and "Old Market House". Toning, small stains, corner losses. 14" high, 19" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 39 - Lithograph Civil War Scene After Thulstrup

having indistinct printers embossing lower left. Framed, not examined out of frame. Toning, a few stains, small losses. 19" high, 25 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 40 - Three Vintage Golf Clubs

comprising a transfer decorated porcelain club depicting "The Edinburgh Golfers on Musselburgh Links 1836" made in St. Andrews Home of Golf, manufactured by St. Andrews Fine Bone China Scotland, an ebony and bone inlaid club stamped "WHC" and an

Lot: 41 - Group Eight Small Ethnic Dolls

including a Seminole doll, four Russian dolls and others. Wear, soiling, stains, losses. Largest: 9 1/4" high, 3" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 42 - Group Eleven Small Ethnic Dolls

including a "Kim" Spanish doll, a pair of Czech "SLIP" dolls and others. Stains, wear, soiling, fading, losses. Largest: 11" high, 6 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 43 - Pair Grape Form Wall Pockets, Pair Tole Sconces

the tole sconces with bends to metal roof edges, chip, partial crack to one grape wall pocket verso. Largest: 10" high, 7 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 44 - John Colin Forbes, Portrait of a Gentleman O/C

(Canadian, 1846-1925), signed lower left. A few small spots, light soiling. 32 1/4" high, 27 1/4" wide.

Lot: 45 - Peruvian Lambayeque Culture Stirrup Vessel

black clay, circa 900-1000 AD. Handle with two opposing heads and incised designs. Edge chip to spout. 4 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Brooklyn NY Estate.

Lot: 46 - Bristol Glass Fluid Lamp Base

soiling, gilt, enamel wear, loss, scuffs, lacking one jewel. 13 1/2" high, 6 3/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 47 - English "Stone China" Blue And White Platter

in pattern #21. Scratches. 16 1/2" high, 21" wide. Provenance: Previously Estate of David Niven.

Lot: 48 - Alfred Meakin, Set Eight Round Audubon Plates

20th century. Some crazing, very light scratches. 9" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 49 - Two Carved Wood Figural Canes

comprising an Italian cane with double mask handle and a Continental elf handled cane. Age cracks, repair to mask handle. 4" wide, 35 1/2" long. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 50 - Group Eight Swords, Knives & Bayonets

wear, rust, dents to German sheath, split to leather sheath. Largest: 35" long, 5" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 51 - Two Small Cold Painted Bronze Items

comprising a lady with dog and a polo player. Losses. Largest: 2 1/2" high, 2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 52 - Two Folk Art Carved Wood Canes

including a Victorian shoe handled and a Mexican cane with eagle, snake, cactus and shield decoration. Age cracks to Mexican cane. Largest: 3 3/4" wide, 38 1/2" long. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 53 - Four Pair Vintage Decorative Bookends

comprising a pair of cast iron dogs, Elizabethan couple, drums and cowboy boots. Small losses, woman with base repair. Largest: 6 1/4" high, 5" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 54 - A Vintage Croupier Box

with use wear, oxidation. 4 1/2" high, 14 5/8" long. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 55 - Two Asian Urn Lamps

comprising a large porcelain urn with blue and brown enameling of a pheasant among peonies with branch form handles, seal mark on base together with an Asian japanned lacquer lamp. Crazing, crack to porcelain, lacquer lamp with damage, wear. Largest:

Lot: 56 - English Brass Fireplace Footman

with pierce decoration apron. Dents, dings, one foot repaired. 13" high, 18" wide, 17" deep.

Lot: 57 - Three Staffordshire Figures

the largest a guardian angel with Prince of Wales and Princess Royal. The largest with old repair to one wing, loss to crown at edge and tiny chip to nose. Largest: 9 1/2" high, 8" wide, 3 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Institution.

Lot: 58 - Royal Doulton Porcelain Flambe Glaze Egg & Egg Cup

with stand marked "No. 1399", cased. 5 /2" high, 2 1/4" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 59 - Pair Blown Glass Duck Figures

on wave form bases. One with chip to one wing tip. Largest: 10 1/2" high, 18 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 60 - Group Three Mantle Clocks

the dials with finish wear, loss, arch top dial with restoration, paint loss to glass panels, finish, gilt wear, loss, a few small veneer losses. Largest: 24 1/2" high, 15 1/2" wide, 4 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private

Lot: 61 - 3 Carved Wood & Possibly Bakelite & Amber Canes

comprising a parrot, hound with 8 KT gold plated collar and bulldog handled cane. Largest: 3" wide, 38 1/2" long. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 62 - Steuben Crystal Sterling & Vermeil Tortoise

with body of sterling and vermeil, emerald set eyes, stamped "Sterling", cased. 2 3/4" high, 3 3/4" wide, 5 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 63 - Brass Inlaid Rosewood Traveling Vanity Set

interior fitted with cut glass and silver plate cologne bottles and jars of various sizes and small tools. Lid interior with stationery folder and picture frame with key. Plate wear, loss, a few chips, one bottle with interior residue; veneer loss,

Lot: 64 - Pair French 18th Century Brass Candlesticks

with octagonal stepped bases. One with repairs, lead weighted in base. 9 3/8" high, 5 1/4" diameter base.

Lot: 65 - Steuben Crystal Butterfly Sculpture

signed on base "Steuben BXW 33", cased. 6" high, 4 1/4" wide, 3 1/4" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 66 - English Porcelain Transfer Decorated Mug

glaze wear, loss to rim, rim chip, base chips, hairline cracks to base. 4 1/4" high, 4 1/8" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 67 - Group Six Crystal Items

comprising three Orrefors items, an eagle by Olle Alberius, a bowl and vase, pair of unsigned obelisks and a paperweight. Base chip to one obelisk, a couple small dings to bowl. Largest: 9" high, 3 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Brooklyn NY

Lot: 68 - Pair Bohemian Cranberry Glass Vases

with bird, foliate decoration. One with tiny rim chip, minor surface wear. 12 1/2" high, 4 1/4" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 69 - Steuben Crystal 18K Gold Vermeil & Pearl Ornament

sculpture signed "Steuben" on base, cased. 5 1/4" high, 4 3/4" wide, 2 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 70 - Three Piece Transferware Porcelain Garniture

in the Chinese taste. Gilt, enamel wear, soiling, small stains. Largest: 4 5/8" high, 2 7/8" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 71 - Pair Victorian Enameled Bisque Scottish Figures

in traditional hunting attire, marked on bases with a red "X53". 10" high, 4 1/2" wide. Male figure with restored left arm, small loss to left hand.

Lot: 72 - Estate Group Russian Decorative Items

comprising a green cut and gilded glass egg, together with three Russian hand painted boxes, all signed in Cyrillic, a malachite box and two painted boxes. Tape residue to malachite box, crazing to large Russian box, edge chips to medium Russian box,

Lot: 73 - Four Embroidered Throw Pillows

comprising one small pair and a larger near pair. Largest: 20" high, 20" wide. Provenance: A Fairfield CT Private Collection.

Lot: 74 - Two Carved Ivory Animal Head Canes

each with silver mounts, comprising a hound with glass eyes and a lion with collar engraved "Presented to Mr. Tho. Dillon by his friend TA Caszenow". Age cracks, soiling, lion head slightly loose in mount. Largest: 3 3/8" wide, 34 1/4" long.

Lot: 75 - Set Nine Indian Graduated Copper/Brass Measures

manufactured by C.C. Kansara, Bombay. Use wear. Largest: 6 7/8" high, 7 3/4" diameter.

Lot: 76 - German Porcelain & Wood Two Tier Mirrored Shelf

having three shaped painted wood shelves with porcelain garlanded column form supports. Figures at top a later addition, crazing, losses to porcelain, age cracks to wood back. 23 1/2" high, 26" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 77 - Black Starr & Frost Sterling Pitcher

dents, dings. 7 1/2" high, 8 1/2" wide. Weight: 17.875 OZT. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 78 - Group Of Assorted Mostly Sterling Items

including a sterling pierced basket, pair Gorham salts, a .900 box, a silver plate jigger and other items. Use wear, dents, dings, scratches. Largest: 4 3/4" high, 5 1/2" wide. Weighable silver: 27.610 OZT.

Lot: 79 - Meriden Silver Plate Loving Cup Trophy "Won By"

A few small rim nicks; light scratches, applied plate above "Won By" possibly a later addition. 8 1/2" high, 9 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 80 - Three Navajo Silver Cuffs

use wear, light scratches. Largest: 7/8" high, 2 3/8" wide. Weight: 4.020 OZT.

Lot: 81 - Five Assorted Sterling Silver Accessory Items

including an English pierced porringer, a Metcalf Co. ruler and other items. Chips to one cobalt liner, a couple dents, dings to ruler, light scratches. Largest: 12" long, 3/8" wide. Gross weight: 6.895 OZT. Provenance: Property of a New York City

Lot: 82 - Group M. Aase .830 Silver Flatware

with two coin silver spoons. Coin spoons marked G. Fowler, B & T. Use wear, scratches. Largest: 8 1/4" long, 1" wide. Weighable silver: 8.210 OZT.

Lot: 83 - Two Sterling Portrait Rings

one with male portrait stamped "HW999", other sterling, both approximately size 8. Use wear, small nicks. Largest: 1 1/8" high, 1" wide. Weight: 1.030 OZT. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 84 - Group Small Sterling Items

including six pierced demitasse, six repousse nut dishes, and other items. One demitasse missing insert, chip to cobalt liner, use wear, scratches. Largest: 6 1/4" long, 2 1/4" wide. Weight: 20.230 OZT.

Lot: 85 - Seven Tiffany & Co. Sterling Demitasse Spoons

use wear. 4" long, 7/8" wide. Weight: 4.15 OZT.

Lot: 86 - Pair Sterling Weighted Candlesticks

with a plated pair, with dents, dings, one sterling stick with crack; plate wear, loss. Largest: 10" high, 3 1/2" wide. Gross weight sterling: 30.725 OZT.

Lot: 87 - Gorham Sterling Handled Footed Tray

with repousse floral border together with a pair of Danish Hans Jensen silverplate candelabra. Handle slightly bent, rim dent. 7" high, 9 1/2" wide. Sterling weight: 12.105 OZT.

Lot: 88 - Group Mostly Sterling Spoons, Serving Utensils

including souvenir spoons, tongs, forks together with a sterling handled server and fork, silverplate tongs, two spoons and two unmarked spoons. Use wear, bends, scratches. 5 1/2" long, 5/8" wide. Weighable silver: 11.725 OZT.

Lot: 89 - Fourteen Coin Silver "J.E. Caldwell & Co." Forks

patented 1847. Use wear, light scratches. 1" wide, 7 1/2" long. Weight: 27.265 OZT. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 90 - Group Sterling Silver Pearl Jewelry

comprising a pair of black pearl, coin pearl and white stone earrings and matching ring, together with a similar bracelet. Largest: 2" wide, 9" long.

Lot: 91 - Sterling Silver Repouse Snuff Box

with cherub figures, hallmarked on base. 7/8" high, 2" wide. Weight 1.170 OZT.

Lot: 92 - Group Mostly Sterling Flatware Items

including two Howard & Co. sterling spoons and eight tablespoons, a pierced serving spoon and other items. Use wear, scratches, edge nicks, plate wear, loss, rust. 8 7/8" high, 2 1/2" wide. Weighable silver: 42.025 OZT.

Lot: 93 - Five Vintage Pocket Watches

comprising Fearless, Waterbury, Westclox, Bulls Eye, Tip Top. Wear, scratches, losses, dents, not running. Largest: 2 1/4" high, 2 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 94 - Four Sterling Candlesticks, Hawksworth Eyre & Co.

comprising two pair, each marked “JKB” for James Kebberling Bembridge, Hawksworth Eyre & Co., Sheffield England, with knopped and faceted columns with octagonal cast iron filled bases with incurved corners and sunken circular centers;

Lot: 95 - Four Sterling Pins, Georg Jensen & Others

including a Breakell & Co. pin and others. Use wear. Largest: 2 1/8" diameter. Weight: 2.23 OZT.

Lot: 96 - Five Coin Silver Fruit Knives Marked "M. Gibney"

handles engraved "Walbridge". Use wear, light scratches, edge nicks to blades. 7 5/8" long, 3/4" wide. Weight: 8.035 OZT. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 97 - Navajo Silver/Multistone Ring & Belt Buckle

the ring partially stamped "sterling", the buckle unmarked. Gross weight 3.265 OZT. Ring approximately size 11, buckle 2 1/2" high, 3" wide.

Lot: 98 - Pair Small Similar Sterling Bud Vases

with applied floral decoration. Slight rim bend to one. 2 3/4" high, 2" wide. Weight: 3.010 OZT.

Lot: 99 - Large Gorham Sterling Flatware Service

in the "LaScala" pattern comprising thirty five dinner forks (84.608 OZT), thirty two luncheon forks (49.295 OZT), twenty seven soup spoons (44.195 OZT), eighteen fish forks (14.660 OZT), eighteen tablespoons (33.855 OZT), eighteen teaspoons (22.485

Lot: 100 - Group Nine Coin Silver Serving Spoons

comprising five berry spoons, two ladles and a pair of sugar spoons. Various marks including "F&H", "Bacon & Co. Patent 1850", one with rubbed mark, "FAE & Co", and "Canfield Bro & Co", one marked "Coin". Use wear, light scratches.

Lot: 101 - Three Vintage Pocket Watches

Elgin, J.N. Gibbs, Majestime. Wear, scratches, losses, dings, not running. Largest: 2" high, 2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 102 - Set Six Gorham Poss. Silver Pierced Lampshades

marked, with four beaded fringe liners. Bends, soiling, stains to liners. 4 1/4" high, 6 3/4" diameter. Weight: 16.410 OZT. Provenance: Previously Estate of David Niven.

Lot: 103 - Two Mexican Sterling Bracelets

including an onyx or jet inlaid hinged bangle signed with illegible hallmark. Use wear, light scratches. Largest: 3" diameter. Gross weight: 3.855 OZT.

Lot: 104 - Pair Poole Sterling Shakers

with lion head feet, and a 1911 English glass topped basket. Largest: 4 3/4" high, 2" wide. Weight: 4.87 OZT.

Lot: 105 - Five Gold and Stone Rings

comprising an 18K and pale blue stone ring, three 14K rings and a white gold and red stone ring. Approximate sizes: 6-7 1/2. Soiling, light scratches to metal. Largest: 15/16" high, 1/2" wide. Gross weight: 16.50 DWT. Provenance: Property of a CT

Lot: 106 - Six Coin Silver Teaspoons, Four Similar Sterling

all with Roman portrait medallion handles, the six marked "Coin", the four with pseudo lion passant and crowned leopard. "Patent 1867". Use wear, light scratches. Largest: 6" long, 1 1/4" wide. Weight: 6.455 OZT. Provenance: Property of a CT Private

Lot: 107 - Group Seven Sterling Tiffany Jewelry Items

including a box chain necklace and bracelet, bead bracelet, shell perfume, ring with 18K gold detail and other items. Largest: 18" long, 1/8" wide. Weight: 3.340 OZT.

Lot: 108 - Three Piece American Coin Silver Tea Set

marked "Wm. Thomson-New York", comprising a tea pot, lidded sugar bowl and a creamer. Base dent to teapot. Small dents, dings. Largest: 10 1/4" high, 11" wide. Total Weight 70 OZT. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 109 - Group of Four Sterling/900 Items

comprising three trays and a footed, scalloped dish; dish and one tray sterling, two trays .900 Mexican silver. Largest: 12" long, 7 1/2" high. Weight 40.36 OZT. Provenance: Jacob Everett Hartle (1894-1973) and his wife, Margaret Gwendolyn Wyman

Lot: 110 - Group Ten Sterling & Stone Jewelry Items

including four bangles, two link bracelets and a Novica cuff. Use wear, light scratches. Largest: 8" long, 5/16" wide. Gross weight: 4.915 OZT.

Lot: 111 - Group Nine Sterling Jewelry Items

including a Navajo bookmark, woven link necklace, hallmarked, two link bracelets and other items. Use wear, light scratches, oxidation to lily pin. Largest: 18 1/4" long, 1/4" wide. Gross weight: 7.715 OZT.

Lot: 112 - Post-War State Open Landau With Team

6 Windsor Greys, Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. (Made 1954-67). Paint loss to Landau, one wheel missing, other one in excellent paint; four postilion drivers (two detachable, two fixed), three Beefeaters (Britains

Lot: 113 - Royal Marines Marching At Slope W/Officer

eight pieces. Note that the bayonet is offset from the rifle, (Britains set 45, made 1949-68) together with complete set (7) Marines presenting arms, officer's sword held at the salute (Made 1953-1959). Some wear, losses, damage from use. Largest: 2

Lot: 114 - Lot Pre/Post War Britain's In Steel Helmets

and gas masks, including charging, crawling, bomb throwers, marching. One figure broken, some wear, losses, damage from use. From sets 1611, 1612, 1614, 1613, 258, 1615, nineteen total. Largest: 2 1/4" high, 1" wide.

Lot: 115 - John Hill Soldiers

including two mounted Hussars, marching infantry officer, three British Red Coats standing firing, two British Red Coats standing at attention, five Highlanders charging, three kneeling Highlanders, five U.S. marching Navy, six U.S. Civil War

Lot: 116 - In The Manner Of Paolo Veronese "Boy With Shield"

(Italian, 1528-1588), oil on canvas. Partial Metropolitan Museum label verso with title, artist information and owner "Mrs. H.S. Sanford". Second label: "The Page - Paul Veronese, bequested by her mother to Miss Wilhelmina Sanford". Patch verso,

Lot: 117 - Attributed To Howard Logan Hildebrandt, Landscape

(American, 1872-1958), oil on board, unsigned. Pinholes in upper corners. 13 1/2" high, 11 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 118 - Signed Watercolor Of Moored Boats

signed indistinctly "B_______ AWS". Framed, not examined out of frame. 18 1/4" high, 24 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 119 - Sally Brody "Black Narcissus" Monotype

(American, 20th century), titled, signed in pencil. Framed, not examined out of frame. 26 1/4" high, 32 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a Brooklyn NY Estate.

Lot: 120 - C. Nozeman, Birds of Holland, Pair Engravings

Cornelius Nozeman, circa 1770, "Anas Clypeata" male and female, hand colored, framed in burl custom frames with museum matting and conservation glass, not examined out of frames. Loss upper right corner of one, light toning. 28 1/2" high, 25 1/2"

Lot: 121 - Two Framed French Advertisement Lithographs

comprising Paul Cesar Helleu "Ed. Sagot" (French, 1859-1927) and Oswald Heidbrinck "Le Rire" (French, 1860-1914). Not examined out of frames. Sagot with a couple small border stains, Le Rire with toning, small border stains, repaired tear in border

Lot: 122 - Two Small Framed Artworks

comprising a pastel of a park scene signed illegibly lower left and an unsigned watercolor of a jockey mounting up. Not examined out of frames. Largest: 10 3/4" high, 12 3/4" wide.

Lot: 123 - Billy Schenck Signed Lithograph & Poster

(American, B. 1947), depicting American cowboys. Lithograph titled, signed, numbered, dated "No. 5 59/125 '80", poster titled, signed, dated "Mile High '81". Framed, not examined out of frames. Poster with a couple small spots, debris under glass.

Lot: 124 - Group Six Lithographed Advertising Posters

including "Cruwell-Tabac, Courvoisier, Verbena 1820" and others. Largest 15 5/8" high, 14" wide. Small stains, toning to some.

Lot: 125 - Georges Braque Portfolio Of Pochoir Prints

from Espaces: 13 Dessins, Lavis, Aquarelles, pub. 1957 (with preface by Andre Verdat and prints by Daniel Jacomet). Portfolio and 9 (of 13) prints only, lacks preface and clamshell case, some soiling and damage to portfolio. The plates: 16" high, 19"

Lot: 126 - Pair Handcolored Engravings/Holothuries Curieuses

and Vers Remarquables, both published 1792. Framed, not examined out of frames. Toning, stains to one. 17" high, 15" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 127 - Two R. Motherwell Mostly Mozart Festival Posters

(American 1915-1991), serigraphs printed on Arches paper in an edition of 800. 40 1/4" high, 29" wide. Provenance: From a Westchester County NY Estate.

Lot: 128 - Herbert Faulkner O/C Scene Of Venice Canal

(American, 1860-1940), inscribed, signed lower left "To the Misses Hoyt as a little souvenir of their sincere friend Herbert Faulkner". Soiling, tears. 27 1/2" high, 18 3/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 129 - Lithograph by Itzchak Tarkay "Grace III"

(Turkish, 1935-2012), numbered, titled, signed in pencil "HC 36/45". Framed, not examined out of frame. 29 1/2" high, 33 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 130 - "Washington Square Park" Lithograph

by Kathy Jakobsen (American, B. 1952), titled, signed, dated, numbered in pencil "AP 17/20 1989". Framed, not examined out of frame. Several tiny spots in margin. 27 3/4" high, 33 3/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 131 - William Mellor "Falcon Gill At Keswick," O/C

(English, 1851-1931), oil on canvas Lake District scene, signed lower left, titled verso. Craquelure, small loss to top right edge. 14" high, 12" wide.

Lot: 132 - Two Audubon Birds of America Octavo Prints

"Golden Crowned Wagtail (Thrush) No. 148", "Meadow Starling or Meadow Lark, No. 223", professionally matted and framed. Very minor toning and spots of foxing. Not examined out of frames. 20 3/4" high, 16 3/4" wide.

Lot: 133 - Janet Robson Kennedy, "Harlequin" M/M/P

(American, 1902-1974), oil and mixed media on panel, signed lower right. 50 1/2" high, 12 1/4" wide.

Lot: 134 - Frank Benson Etching "The Landing"

circa 1915 pencil signed, numbered "46/50". Framed, not examined out of frame. Toning. 13 1/4" high, 16 3/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 135 - Pastel On Paper Of Dancer

signed "Janice Desenteaux? 1965? Framed, not examined out of frame. 21 1/4" high, 25 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 136 - Ferenbach, "Coastal Seascape"

(American, 20th C.), watercolor on paper, signed and dated. Framed, not examined out of frame. 26 3/4" high, 42 3/4" wide.

Lot: 137 - After Audubon "Black Skimmer" Engraving

also "Shearwater", Peabody Museum re-strike, 1974, from the original plate. 33" wide, 31 1/4" high. Framed, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 138 - Two Audubon Birds Of America Octavo Prints

"Wood Thrush, No. 144" and "Sharp Tailed Finch, No. 174". Professionally framed and matted, not examined out of frame. Some foxing and toning. Largest: 21 1/4" high, 17 1/2" wide.

Lot: 139 - Fritz Scholder Oil/Linen Of A Native Dancer

(Native American, 1937-2005), signed lower left. Framed, not examined out of frame. Elaine Horwitch Gallery label verso. 23 3/4" high, 19 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 140 - Alexander Calder Pencil Signed Lithograph

(American, 1898-1976), "Candy Cane" signed, numbered 33/150. Framed, not examined out of frame. A couple tiny dark spots, small crack, loss to glass lower right corner. 37" high, 27" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 141 - Mixed Media Collage After Pablo Picasso

(French, 1881-1973), signed, dated lower right. Framed, not examined out of frame. Toning, creases, light soiling, pinholes at top, sheet slipped in frame. 30" high, 24" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 142 - Continental "Still Life of Flower Group" O/C

monogrammed, dated lower left "ISC? 1883." Restoration. 13 1/4" high, 11 1/4" wide.

Lot: 143 - Charles Paul Gruppe, "The Barnyard Old Lyme CT"

(Canadian American, 1860-1940), oil on panel, signed lower left, in original gilt finished frame. 19" high, 22 1/2" wide.

Lot: 144 - Alexander Calder Pencil Signed Lithograph

(American, 1898-1976), "Pyramids And Sun", numbered 93/150. Framed, not examined out of frame. 36" high, 27" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 145 - John W. Backstrom, Large WPA River Landscape 1936

(American, 1899-1983), very large artwork, most likely painted during Federal Art Project 1934-1943. Varnish drips, small losses, small areas of crazing, water stain verso lower left. 56 1/2" high, 9' long. Provenance: Property of a CT Private

Lot: 146 - Robert Verity Clem "Shore Birds In Flight" W/P

signed, dated lower right "1955." Framed, not examined out of frame. 21 1/2" high, 17 5/8" wide. Provenance: Estate of Gloria Robinson, Branford CT.

Lot: 147 - Fores, Hand Colored Engraving Fox Hunting

Plate 1 "The Meet", from Fores's National Sports. Framed, not examined out of frame. Toning, stains, a few foxing spots. 34" high, 55 " wide.

Lot: 148 - James K. Bonnar "From A Rear Window" O/C

(American, 1883-1961), signed lower right. Bethel Inn Exhibition label verso. 23" high, 27 1/4" wide.

Lot: 149 - Two Audubon Octavo Bird Prints

"Pileated Woodpecker" and "White Breasted Nuthatch", Plates 257 and 247, from the first Octavo Edition, J.T. Brown, Philadelphia after John J. Audubon. Very minor foxing. Professionally framed. Not examined out of frame. 20 3/4" high, 16 3/4" wide.

Lot: 150 - Two Framed Artworks

comprising a Vanity Fair "John Ball" chromolithograph and a James Brewer (English, 1832-1938), lithograph of cathedral interior. The John Ball framed, not examined out of frame, the Brewer lacking glass, toning. Largest: 27" high, 21 1/2" wide.

Lot: 151 - David Holleman, Mosaic Tile Panel

(American, b. 1927), depicting seven scenes of men at various pursuits enclosed within a multicolored tile ground, signed lower right with biography from the Marble Arch Gallery at the American Hotel, Miami, Fla. 72" high, 18" wide. Provenance:

Lot: 152 - Two Artworks Depicting Women

comprising a Pompeii print and a print on glass of a musical scene. A few lifting areas to glass print. Largest: 13" high, 11" wide.

Lot: 153 - Robert Verity Clem "Shorebirds Feeding" W/P

(American, 1933-2010), signed, dated lower right "1955". Framed, not examined out of frame. 24" high, 19" wide. Provenance: Estate of Gloria Robinson, Branford CT.

Lot: 154 - Group Two Prints

comprising "Point Pleasant", etching by Lionel Barrymore (American 1878-1954), and "Plowing", engraving by Frank Short (English 1857-1945), framed, not examined out of frames. Toning, small surface losses to "Plowing". Largest: 19 1/2" high, 24"wide.

Lot: 155 - Two Bernard Voichysonk Gouaches On Paper

both signed, dated lower right " '52". Smaller with superficial debris, larger with a few small losses. Largest: 27 1/4" high, 23" wide. Mr. Voichysonk was an artist and educator. He studied with Josef Albers while at Yale and later became the design

Lot: 156 - Set of Four Hand Colored Prints by R.G. Reeve

Cockfighting, 1840, titled "Fight," "Set Too," "Throat," and "Death." Framed, not examined out of frames. Toning. 10 3/4" high, 12 1/4" wide.

Lot: 157 - Audubon Octavo Print "Baltimore Oriole"

or Hang-Nest Plate 217. First Octavo Edition, J.T. Bowen, Philadelphia after John J. Audubon, together with pages 37-42 of the text and a facsimile of the title page from Vol. IV of the Birds Of America, dated 1842. Professionally matted and framed,

Lot: 158 - Charlotte G. Johnstone, O/C Still Life

(American, 20th century), signed lower right. CT Academy of Fine Arts label verso. Crazing, soiling. 20" high, 21 3/4" wide.

Lot: 159 - Victor Petit, Pair French Landscape Lithographs

(French, 1817-1871) from the series "Parcs et Jardins" by Victor Petit, museum-matted and framed to conservation standards, not examined out of frames. Scattered small spots. 21" high, 23 1/2" wide.

Lot: 160 - Two Colored Prints After Louis Leloir

(French 1883-1884), signed in print with printers' seal. Framed, not examined out of frames. Toning and some stains.14 1/2" high, 12 1/2" wide.

Lot: 161 - Group Five Small Framed Etchings

including "Almshouse St. Cross, Winchester Cathedral" by David Young Cameron (English, 1865-1945), "Tree in Snow" by Ralph Pearson, "Amiens" signed in plate lower left A. Lepere (French, 1849-1918), and "Fishing" indistinctly signed. All framed, not

Lot: 162 - Att. Jos. Hoppner, O/C Portrait Sir John Beckett

Joseph Hoppner (1758-1810), a British portrait painter, trained at Royal Academy, and in 1789 he was appointed portrait painter to the Prince of Wales (later George IV) and after the death of Reynolds, he and Lawrence were the leading portraitists in

Lot: 163 - Victorian Bronzed Metal Lamp, Tulip Decoration

patina wear, loss, oxidation, white paint spatter. Cap on top of urn slightly askew, needs readjustment. 16" high, 21 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 164 - Indian Carved Ivory & Ebonized Chess Set

comprising thirty-two carved game pieces. Light wear to some bases. Tallest: 2 5/8" high. International clients are ineligible to bid on this item. It is for sale only within the United States except not to CA, NY, NJ. It is the responsibility of the

Lot: 165 - Two Hand Colored Equestrian Engravings

framed, not examined out of frames. 28" high, 30 1/2" wide

Lot: 166 - Group Seven Incised Chinese Copper Wares

comprising six bowls and a hexagonal vase. 2" high, 4 1/8" diameter. Some oxidaton to undersides of all.

Lot: 167 - Large Chinese Carved & Polychromed Wood Panel

depicting lotus flowers and leaves among waves. Paint wear, loss, cracks, losses, worm damage. 19 3/4" high, 63" long. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 168 - Asian Cast Stone Head Of Buddha

with chip to right eyelid and neck. 10 1/2" high, 6" wide, 7" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 169 - Large Chinese Carved & Polychromed Wood Panel

depicting a phoenix amid clouds. Paint wear, loss, age cracks, small losses. 17 1/4" high, 71 1/2" long. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 170 - Chinese Embroidered Textile Panel

framed, not examined out of frame. Small stains. 17 1/2" high. 9 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 171 - Chinese Carved, Polychromed Wood Panel

depicting sparrows among cherry blossoms. Paint wear, loss, age cracks to bird's tail. 11" high, 16 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 172 - Four Framed Chinese Paintings

20th century, anonymous, four panels with birds and blossoms, color on paper, mounted, framed. 32 1/2" high, 8 1/4" wide. Horizontal creases to all. Not examined out of frames.

Lot: 173 - Japanese Woodblock Print - Geisha With Robe

signed, framed, not examined out of frame. Toning, stains. 21" high, 17" wide. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 174 - Chinese Enameled Covered Jar

with butterfly, fruit and calligraphy decoration. Slight enamel wear, small glaze chip. 8 1/2" high, 8" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 175 - Ando Hiroshige Woodblock Print

(Japanese, 1797-1858), signed. Framed, not examined out of frame. Toning, stains. 17" high, 21" wide. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 176 - Japanese Woodblock Print - Beauty In Robe

depicting a geisha. Signed, framed, not examined out of frame. Toning, stains, trimmed. 15 3/4" high, 14 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 177 - Chinese "Wahlee" Pewter Breakfast Service

for six, comprising two teapots, infuser, round tray, rectangular tray, creamer and covered sugar, six teacups and saucers, six stemmed cups. Rectangular tray with dents, break to one long side; nicks to thumb piece of infuser and small pot, dent to

Lot: 178 - Chinese Cloisonne Enamel Vase, Qianlong Mark

flattened pear form with dragon and flaming pearl amid clouds. 9" high, 7" wide, 2" deep. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 179 - Chinese Bronze Handled Footed Urn

mounted on wood base. Three mounting holes in base, small dent to lower body. 12" high, 13" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 180 - Two Japanese Imari Chargers

one fan shaped, one with floral basket decoration. Enamel, gilt wear, round charger with repairs. Largest: 14 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 181 - Chinese Porcelain Enameled Lidded Jar

enamel wear, loss. 7 1/2" high, 8 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 182 - Group Four Small Chinese Dolls

family group with soiling, wear, stains, fading, losses. Largest: 8" long, 4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 183 - Pair Chinese Carved Hardwood Arm Chairs

with pierce carved details. One backsplat with small loss, detached, present medallion, finish wear, loss, edge wear, loose joints. 38 1/4" high, 25" wide, 18 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 184 - Chinese Yixing Zisha Teapot

with jade or hardstone handle and finial. 4 1/2" high. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 185 - Chinese Blue and White Wine Cup, Qianlong Mark

depicting landscape with a man walking, four character Qianlong mark in the base. 2" high, 2 3/4" diameter.

Lot: 186 - Four Reproduction Japanese Woodblock Prints

toning, two sheets slipped in frame. Framed, not examined out of frames. 16 1/2" high, 13 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 187 - Chinese Enameled Porcelain Tea Service

for twelve, in "Thousand Butterfly" pattern, comprising two large plates, twelve small plates, twelve teacups and saucers, teapot, covered sugar and creamer, waste bowl marked "Made In China". Largest" 8" high, 8" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT

Lot: 188 - Four Japanese Woodblock Prints

with three depicting samurai and one of a geisha, all signed in plate. Framed, not examined out of frames. Geisha with stains, samurai in brown vest with a few foxing spots. 23" high, 17" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 189 - Pair Chinese Decoupaged Pith Paintings

done on mirror. Framed, not examined out of frames. Silvering loss, cracks, losses to paper. 11 3/4" high, 10" wide.

Lot: 190 - Chinese Porcelain Jar With Cover

possibly Ming dynasty, ovoid form with floral decoration. Crazing throughout, firing imperfections, 4 1/2" crack with chip at end. 6 1/2" high, 6" wide. Provenance: Dale Carnegie Collection.

Lot: 191 - Large Chinese Scholar's Rock

natural bridge form, on a hardwood stand. 9" high overall, 13 1/2" wide, 5" deep. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 192 - Japanese MOP & Shell Inlaid Ivory Parasol Handle

depicting peony and wisteria blossoms, signed in mother of pearl cartouche. Age cracks. 17 1/4" long, 1 1/4" wide. International clients are ineligible to bid on this item. It is for sale only within the United States except not to CA, NY, NJ. It is

Lot: 193 - Two Chinese Porcelain Warming Dishes/Tureens

the larger with figures in reserves on an iron red ground, the bowl with Guang Xu seal mark. Both lacking covers, wear to edges of accompanying bowls. Largest: 4 3/4" high, 7 1/2" wide. Provenance: Dale Carnegie Collection.

Lot: 194 - Large Chinese Carved & Gilt Guanyin

in seated position on double lotus base. Gilt wear, shrinkage cracks. 21" high, 11" wide. Acquired by the present owner over fifty years ago. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 195 - Chinese Porcelain Warming Dish/Tureen with Cover

having bird and blossoms decoration, Yong Zheng seal mark to underside. Very minor imperfections in glaze. 6" high, 7" diameter. Provenance: Dale Carnegie Collection.

Lot: 196 - Pair Chinese Carved Hardwood Marble Top Stands

having two tiers, with pierce carved detail. Finish wear, loss. 33" high, 16 1/2" wide, 16 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 197 - Two Chinese Ink Blocks

the larger with pine tree motif, both cased. Crazing to surface of both. The larger: 9" high, 3" wide. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 198 - Pair Chinese Porcelain Dragon & Phoenix Tureens

gilt in a blue ground, each with six character Guang Xu marks to the underside. Largest: 8 1/2" high, 8" diameter. One lacking cover, the bowl damaged and crudely repaired, the other with small chip to body (center). Provenance: Dale Carnegie

Lot: 199 - Small Asian Style Cabinet

with metal mounts, two doors and two interior drawers. Finish wear, loss, corner ding, a couple losses to veneer. 22" high, 23" wide, 14" deep.

Lot: 200 - Two Japanese Woodblock Prints

framed, not examined out of frames. Light toning, one sheet slipped in frame. 19 1/2" high, 14 3/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 201 - Chinese Porcelain Four-Tier Food Container

in famille rose pattern, each dish and cover decorated with scenes of figures. Small chip to edge of cover. 9" high, 7 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Dale Carnegie Collection.

Lot: 202 - Pair Chinese Carved Lacquered Armchairs

together with pillows. Some lacquer wear, loss. 47" high, 22" wide, 16 1/2" deep.

Lot: 203 - Three Chinese Embroidered Fan Cases & Glasses Case

wear, stains, losses. Largest: 12 1/2" high, 2 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 204 - Three Chinese Paintings On Silk

each with scenes of figures at various pursuits, comprising two landscapes and one river scene. Each with creases, scattered losses and areas of staining as shown. Framed, not examined out of frames. Largest: 15 3/4" high, 25" wide. Provenance: Dale

Lot: 205 - Asian Mother Of Pearl Ladies Inlaid Jewelry Box

with lid that lifts up to reveal multiple drawers. Small chips, losses, surface wear, age crack, loose piece taped to lid. 9" high, 11" wide, 14 1/4" deep. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 206 - Group Four Small Chinese Archaistic Bronze Vessels

various forms and sizes, all with relief decoration. Oxidation to all, the largest with damage to lip and foot. Largest: 9 3/4" high, 5" diameter. Provenance: Dale Carnegie Collection.

Lot: 207 - Large Estate Group Chinese Embroidered Textiles

comprising three Chinese embroidered silk collars, several skirt panels, and thirteen sleeve bands and hems and other textile remnants. Stains, fading, wear, tears, losses, holes, deterioration to fabric. Largest: 39" long, 28 1/2" wide. Provenance:

Lot: 208 - Chinese Porcelain Blue & White Cup w/Phoenix

decoration and six character Kangxi marks to the underside. 1 1/2" high, 3 1/4" diameter. Provenance: Dale Carnegie Collection.

Lot: 209 - Pair Asian Design Baluster Form Porcelain Lamps

lacking shades, 16" high, 8" diameter.

Lot: 210 - Chinese Jun Ware Bowl

turquoise glaze with green edge and purple streak, the base and foot unglazed. 3" high, 7" diameter. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 211 - Two Ming Style Chicken Cups

likely Republic period, with six character Changhua marks. 1 3/4" high, 3 1/4" diameter. Provenance: Dale Carnegie Collection.

Lot: 212 - Chinese Carved Hardwood 2-Tier Occasional Table

finish wear, loss. 22 1/2" high, 22 1/4" wide, 12" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 213 - Chinese Cast Bronze Censer/Immortals

with wild boar maks and eight immortals in relief, four character mark to underside, mounted on hardwood stand. 10 1/2" wide, 4 1/2" high. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 214 - Asian Turquoise Dragon Floor Vase

with a few small losses to ends of dragon "spines", small chip to one cloud, several light firing? cracks to one cloud, scuffs to body, crack to body approximately 7" long. 36 1/2" high, 13" diameter. Provenance: Property of a Pennsylvania Private

Lot: 215 - Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Charger

with scalloped edge and decorated with a peacock and flowering blossoms. 18" diameter. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 216 - Chinese Low Table

black lacquer with gold vine and leaf decoration. Cracking and losses to surface. 18 1/2" high, 60" wide, 36" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 217 - Chinese Blue and White Jar, Chenghua Mark

The exterior with four panels of "phoenix" on cloud motif, the foot ring revealing a dark brown ware partly burnt orange in the firing, base inscribed with six character mark of Chenghua within a double square. Two cracks on the rim about one inch

Lot: 218 - Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Dragon Vase

cylindrical form with five clawed dragon motif. 7" vertical crack to body. 12 1/2" high, 4 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 219 - Six Chinese Embroidered Fan Cases

each worked in various floral motifs, all in poor to fair condition with wear and losses. Largest: 24" high, 2 1/2" wide.

Lot: 220 - Chinese Porcelain Guan Ware Vase

Yuhuchunping, Song Dynasty, covered overall with a thick grayish green glaze with a network of crackles. Repaired at the neck. 5 1/2" high, 3" deep.

Lot: 221 - Chinese Rose Medallion Jardiniere

with vertical restored rim crack extending 5" downwards into pot, slight enamel wear. 8 1/2" high, 12 1/4" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 222 - Pair Chinese Hardwood Marble Low Tables

with Buddhist lion carved knees. Finish wear, loss, joint separations, a few small losses, repairs to one marble top. 19 1/4" high, 20 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 223 - Large Asian Celadon Pot

with floral decoration. Crazing, a couple scratches. 14" high, 14" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 224 - Chinese Carved Lacquer Low Table

with foliate decoration on scrolled feet. Crazing, restoration. 19" high, 59" long, 36" deep.

Lot: 225 - Chinese Carved Hardwood Marble Top Altar Table

with pierce carved detail. Finish wear, loss, three fretwork pieces missing from legs, two corner losses to marble. 32 3/4" high, 37" wide, 21" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 226 - Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Brush Pot

landscape decorated with seal marks to the underside. 5" high, 3 3/4" diameter. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 227 - Chinese Yixing Clay Teapot

with blue enameled decoration. Lid rim with chips to interior collar, white spot on pot base. 5 1/2" high, 8" wide. Provenance: Property of a Pennsylvania Private Collector.

Lot: 228 - Asian Carved Stone Fu Lion

7 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 229 - Chinese Carved Hardwood Arm Chair

with pierced carved peony and vase decorated backsplat. Finish wear, loss, joint separations. 38 1/2" high, 25 1/2" wide, 18 1/4" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 230 - Chinese Framed Enameled Porcelain Plaque

depicting a fisherman and boy at river's edge with original Bangkok receipt. Slight enamel wear. 22 3/4" high, 17 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 231 - Eight Asian Carved Ivory Figures

comprising six netsuke and two figures on stands. Polychrome wear, loss, soiling. Largest: 3 5/8" high, 1 1/8" wide. International clients are ineligible to bid on this item. It is for sale only within the United States except not to CA, NY, NJ. It

Lot: 232 - Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Table Screen

republic period, with pierce carved wood stand. 16" high, 15 1/2" wide, 5" deep. Provenance: Property of a West Coast Private Collector.

Lot: 233 - Chinese Carved Wood Stand W/Marble Top

a couple age cracks to apron. 33" high, 19" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 234 - Chinese Black Lacquer Work Table/Stand

gilt chinoiserie decoration and fitted interior above a sliding tray. The stand later, losses to lacquered surface. 25 3/4" high, 25 1/2" wide, 17 1/4" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 235 - Large Chinese Baluster Vase

with iron red fu dog decoration and calligraphy, dated 1862. Large crack at shoulder extending to the reverse of the body over 10" long with chips at edge. 17" high, 7" diameter.

Lot: 236 - Chinese Lacquer Four Panel Folding Screen

with carved and polychromed scenes of women in a garden, birds and flowers verso. Light scratches, small losses, cracks. Each panel 72 1/2" high, 18" wide, total length 72". Provenance: Estate of Gloria Robinson, Branford CT.

Lot: 237 - Group Three Asian Style Lamps

comprising Peking glass, Asian porcelain and alabaster. Porcelain lamp signed. Small chips, cracks to alabaster, rim chip to Peking glass. 23 1/2" high, 5 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 238 - Group Japanese Imari Porcelain Items

including a pair of lozenge shaped dishes, set of three graduated bowls and others. Chips, hairline cracks. Largest: 8 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Property of a Brooklyn NY Estate.

Lot: 239 - Large Chinese Carved Hardwood Palace Table

with pierce carved foliate apron, finish wear, loss, joint separations, age cracks, chips, losses, missing one pierce carved side panel. 31" high, 92 1/4" wide, 40 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 240 - Large Chinese Carved Hardwood Palace Table

with pierce carved foliate apron. Finish wear, loss, joint separations, age cracks, chips, losses, missing one pierce carved side panel. 31" high, 92 1/4" wide, 40 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 241 - Asian Blue And White Porcelain Foot Bath

late 20th century. 8 1/2" high, 20" wide. Provenance: Previously Estate of David Niven.

Lot: 242 - "Medieval Jousting Knights" Wall Panel

fiberglass and wood, signed J. Segura, with label verso "Segura Studios". 30 1/2" high, 56" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 243 - Empire Style Mahogany Sleigh Bed

with feathered mahogany veneers. 39" high, 58" wide, 84" deep. Good estate condition. Provenance: A Fairfield CT Private Collection.

Lot: 244 - Framed French Needlework "Souvenir De France"

Not examined out of frame. A few loose threads. 21 1/2" high, 24 3/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 245 - George III Bow Front Mahogany Chest

Veneer lifting front center, shrink, crack and loss to back boards, large vertical crack to right side, minor losses to top edges, replaced brasses, light scratches and chips. 40 1/2" high, 40" wide, 20" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private

Lot: 246 - Victorian Carved Velvet Upholstered Chair

having chair rail with porcelain putti medallion. Upholstery wear. 30" high, 33" wide, 17 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a NY State Private Collector.

Lot: 247 - Late Regency Mahogany Dressing Mirror

light scuffing and scratches, small chips to frame edge, later replaced plate. 32 1/2" high, 26 1/2" wide, 11" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 248 - Ansonia French Louis XVI Style Mantle Clock

dial marked "Trademark A," works marked "Ansonia Clock Co., New York." Gilt wear, loss, loss to gilt metal at top; dent, dings to back plate, not in running condition. 15 1/2" high, 9" wide. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private

Lot: 249 - Continental Mahogany & Gilt Mirror

with foliate crest over a molded frame. Cracks to crest, finish losses to frame. 33 1/2" high, 22 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 250 - Early Continental Ecclesiastical Textile Banner

suspended from a carved wood rod. Stains, wear, tears, losses. 30" long, 25" wide. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 251 - French Directoire Style Oval Upholstered Stool

wear to tufted upholstery. 20" high, 27" diameter. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 252 - Welsh David Walters Llandilo Tall Case Clock

with moon dial, in running condition. Finish wear, loss, scratches, nicks. 98 1/2" high, 20 3/4" wide, 10" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 253 - Two Brass Bouillotte Lamps

one chased and one figural. Largest: 23" high, 12 " diameter (shade).

Lot: 254 - English School, O/C Portrait Of A Lady

unsigned. Crazing, restoration. 21 1/4" high, 17 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 255 - Miniature Mahogany Chippendale Style Chest

with four drawers; each drawer with lock. Loss to top right back, lacking key, age crack to back, small losses to keyholes. 9 1/4" high, 11" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 256 - Papier Mache Serpentine Tray/Stand

antique tray on later base, some nicks and wear, minor scuffs. 19 1/2" high, 31 1/2" wide, 24" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 257 - French Provincial Dining Table

large crack and splitting to top, wear and losses to legs, alterations, stains to finish and scratches. 29 1/2" high, 49 1/2" wide, 38 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 258 - George III Carved Mahogany Tall Chest Of Drawers

in two parts, the upper case of six graduated drawers flanked by fluted quarter columns, the base with a single drawer on bracket feet. Losses to cockbeaded moldings, old break to one foot, hardware replaced. 72" high, 48" wide, 21" deep. Provenance:

Lot: 259 - Pair French Style 1920's Vintage Nightstands

of demilune shape with floral paint decoration, two drawers. 28" wide, 14" deep, 30" high.

Lot: 260 - French Metal Painted Butchers' Trade Sign

paint wear, loss, crazing, rust. 29 1/2" high, 79 1/2" long.

Lot: 261 - Set Ten Chippendale Style Mahogany Dining Chairs

light scratches, chips and dings to all surfaces. Some small stains to seats. 37" high, 22 1/2" wide, 20" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 262 - Group Four French Jespe Slip Decorated Pitchers

chips, losses, abrasions, some damage to most. Average: 8 1/2" high, 6" wide, 8" deep.

Lot: 263 - Pair Carved & Gilded Eagle Form Wall Brackets

each having a spread winged eagle perched on shell and acanthus leaf support. Gilt, gesso wear, loss, restoration. 23 3/4" high, 24 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 264 - French Decorated Gilt Barometer Form Clock

20th century. Age cracks, paint, gilt wear, loss. 40" high, 10" wide. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 265 - Regency Inlaid Mahogany Octagonal Work Table

19th century, some expected age and use wear, a few minor nicks and losses. 30" high, 22" wide, 15" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 266 - English Queen Anne Walnut Veneered Low Chest

blanket chest form, together with key. Some expected age and use wear, repairs. 34 1/2" high, 43" wide, 20" deep.

Lot: 267 - Continental Copper/Brass Covered Footed Container

with floral and lion head bosses and strapwork. One hook with repaired, detached end piece in interior, dents. 15 1/4" high, 11" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 268 - Continental Biedermeier Fall Front Secretaire

19th century, with amazing architectural interior, and fitted with multiple secret compartments. Small gouges and scratches to top, minor veneer losses. 46" high, 47" wide, 20" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 269 - Late Georgian Decorated Side Table

split to top left corner, wear and scratches to legs, old repair to drawer bottom. 27 1/2" high, 30" wide, 18 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 270 - Group Four French Jespe Slip Decorated Pitchers

small chips and imperfections. Largest: 7 1/2" high, 6 1/2" wide.

Lot: 271 - Small Carved & Gilt Baroque Mirror

minor gilt wear, loss. 22 1/2" high, 13 1/2" wide, 1 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 272 - Group Of Five Gilt Putti Figures

comprising three large composition figures and a pair of carved wood figures. Larger with breaks, losses, repairs, detached wings. Largest: 9 1/2" high, 7 1/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 273 - Swedish Mahogany & Gilt Neoclassical Sofa

19th century, with wonderful winged griffin gilt base. Wear, scratches and scuffs to arms, sides and seat rail, cracks to veneer on sides, right side finish loss, wear to feet, one mount detached. 39" high, 101" wide, 31" deep. Provenance: Property

Lot: 274 - Group Six French Jespe Pottery Items/Other Wares

chips and glaze losses to most. Largest: 8" high, 7" wide.

Lot: 275 - Two Baroque Style High Back Open Arm Chairs

age and use wear, minor repairs, scattered finish loss to the smaller. The larger: 47" high, 26 1/2" wide, 26" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 276 - Pair Regency Style Brass Mounted Candle Lamps

with cut glass shades on column form supports, marble bases. Patina wear, loss, bends to columns, one glass shade slightly taller, small marble chips. 21 5/8" high, 10" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 277 - Five English Porcelain Transferware Items

comprising a pitcher, square bowl and three plates. Glaze wear, loss, crazing, stains, chips to one black plate. Largest: 9" high, 9 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Brooklyn NY Estate.

Lot: 278 - Georgian Paint Decorated Chest, Swedish Style

small losses, some wear and stains to painted surfaces. 39 1/4" high, 43" wide, 21 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 279 - George III Inlaid Mahogany Serpentine Chest

late 18th century, with various exotic wood veneers and satinwood crossbanding, inlaid bracket feet. Some wear and minor losses. Minor scattered losses to inlays and veneers, breaks to right front foot, edge loss to lowest drawer blade. 35 1/2" high,

Lot: 280 - Group Four French Slip Decorated Pitchers

including Jespe pottery examples and others, two with marks to the underside, the others a matched pair. The pair with chipping to rim and foot, respectively. Largest: 7" high, 7" wide..

Lot: 281 - Two French Victorian Wire Garden Plant Stands

the largest on casters. Paint wear, loss, rust, bends, breaks. Largest: 39 1/2" high, 33" wide, 26" deep.

Lot: 282 - Ksenija Maric, "Napoleon and Josephine" Pair O/C

Ksenija Maric Maric (Croatian) pair portraits o/c, unsigned, commissioned, in elaborate gilt frames. Paint, crazing, lifting, losses. 54 1/2" high, 42 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 283 - English Sheraton Two Drawer Work Table

small repair to top, some staining, small scratches and cracks. 30" high, 23" wide, 17" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 284 - Continental Empire Figured Mahogany Recamier

with boldly scrolling profile on stout tapering legs. Extensive finish losses a shown. 38" high, 69" wide, 27" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 285 - George III Carved Mahogany Arm Chair

partially broken, detached right armrest, finish wear, loss, edge wear, losses, breaks, age cracks. 37" high, 21 1/4" wide, 17" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 286 - Biedermeier Mahogany Armchair

with damask upholstery, edge wear, edge chips, some overall wear. 34" high, 19 3/4" wide, 19" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 287 - Georgian Inlaid One Drawer Side Table

minor stains and light fading to top, small veneer loss to edge of drawer, few chips along edges. 28" high, 18 1/4" wide, 13" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 288 - Dutch Marquetry Tall Case Clock

with weights, pendulum, winder, key, running condition. The hood with wear below door, losses to surmount (detached). The case with cracks to door and loss to repousse medallion, inlay and veneer chips and losses to base and case. 88" high, 21" wide,

Lot: 289 - Louis XV Style Marquetry M/T Serpentine Commode

late 19th/early 20th century, with multi-colored breche d'alep marble top, kingswood parquetry veneers and floral marquetry. Some fading and wear to base, minor chips and losses. 32 1/2" high, 37 1/2" wide, 18" deep. Provenance: Property of a

Lot: 290 - Painted Wrought Iron Daybed

oxidation, paint loss, chips. 36" high, 41" wide, 22" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 291 - George III Inlaid Mahogany Linen Press

19th century, later fitted with television shelf. Expected age and use wear, minor cracking and losses, hardware replaced.. 75" high, 48" wide, 22 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 292 - Six Faux Bamboo Painted Metal Garden Armchairs

in grey paint. Paint wear, loss, rust, a couple seats with slight bends. 36 3/4" high, 22 1/4" wide, 15 1/4" deep. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 293 - Four Continental Neoclassical Style Parlor Chairs

carved oval backs with ribbon crests and floral needlepoint seats. Wear and losses to seat coverings. 38" high, 18 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 294 - Sheraton Inlaid Mahogany Card Table

age cracks, veneer cracks, restoration, scratches, dings to top, one rear leg does not touch floor, other rear leg not straight. 30" high, 35 1/2" wide, 34" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 295 - Two Early Continental Carved Architectural Panels

in oak, comprising gothic and later elements, repurposed, one frieze with date 1644. Substantial losses and damage as shown. 45" high, 39" wide, 2" deep. Provenance: Property of a New Canaan CT Private Collector.

Lot: 296 - Group Miscellaneous Decorative Items

including a pair of needlepoint pillows, French Provincial wood clock, pottery vase, Meissen partial breakfast set, Chinese porcelain bowl and other items. Wear, clock not working, chips, losses. Largest: 13 1/2" high, 13 1/2" wide. Provenance:

Lot: 297 - Scottish Inlaid Oak Tall Case Clock

with weights, winder, pendulum and door key. In running condition when removed from location. The case with cracks and some worming to panel. 83 1/2" high, 18 1/2" wide, 6 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 298 - Estate Group Three Antique Chairs

one with broken frame and wicker seat, older repairs, estate condition including minor chips and scratches. Largest: 37 1/2" high, 22 1/4" wide, 17 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 299 - French Bow Front Vitrine Cabinet

brass mounted, the single glazed door with painted panel. Minor wear, electrified. 59" high, 25" wide, 13 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 300 - Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chair

finish wear, loss, repairs. 36" high, 24" wide, 19" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 301 - French Ivory Triptych Carving Of Consort

the lady in 18th century costume opening to a relief scene of revelers. Age cracks, missing little finger left hand, hinge of right arm seized at joint, right arm partially detached, light stains and age discoloration. 8" high, 4 1/4" wide.

Lot: 302 - Two Georgian Style Carved Pie Crust Tables

small scratches, dings to top, surface wear to paw feet of one. Largest: 29" high, 21" diameter. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 303 - French Style Carved Gilt Hall Settee

gilt wear, loss, break to right arm at leg join, loose joints. 43 1/2" high, 55 1/2" wide, 21 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 304 - Small Georgian Style Two Part Corner Cabinet

finish wear, loss, loss to lower door moulding, partial break to glass moulding top right. 75" high, 28" wide, 13" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 305 - French Empire Style Pier Table/Mirror Ensemble

with bronze mounts, parcel gilt details. Expected age and use wear, loss to molded edge of mirror base. 94" high, 45" wide, 23" deep. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 306 - George III Style Carved Mahogany Library Chair

40 1/2" high, 28" wide, 24 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 307 - George III Carved Mahogany Pie Crust Urn Stand

age cracks, restoration, a few small losses. 27" high, 20" wide, 7" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 308 - Group Seven Painted Copper Propane Lanterns

comprising six post lanterns in two sizes and a ceiling fixture manufactured by Legendary Lighting, Jackson, MS. A few small bends, one broken glass panel. Post largest: 40 1/2" high, 24 1/2" wide. Post smallest: 28" high, 18" wide. Ceiling fixture:

Lot: 309 - Hepplewhite Inlaid Mahogany Demilune Card Table

stringing and inlaid fans. Dents and scrapes to top, expected age and use wear. 29" high, 34" wide, 16 1/2" deep.

Lot: 310 - Chippendale Cherry Slant Front Desk

in estate condition, please reference photos. 46" high, 36" wide, 22" deep. Provenance: Estate of Richard S. Eckstrom, Guilford CT.

Lot: 311 - Spread Wing Eagle Wall Panel

fiberglass and wood, signed "J. Segura." Soiling, fire damage, a couple scratches.18" high, 54" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 312 - Painted Country Pine Hanging Pot Rack

with iron accessory hanger, four lower drawers, remnants of red and taupe paint. Paint wear, loss, small holes, age cracks. 49" high, 40" wide, 9 1/2" deep.

Lot: 313 - Pair Framed Connecticut Silhouettes

depicting Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Churchill. Mr. Churchill was born in Wethersfield in 1757 and Mrs. Churchill was born in Rocky Hill the same year. Together with a similar silhouette, information verso. Not examined out of frames, Toning, stains.

Lot: 314 - American Queen Anne Candlestand

old scratches, edge wear to top, restoration to base. 24 1/2" high, 15" diameter. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 315 - Eastlake Mantle Clock

age cracks, finish wear, loss, stains to dial. 18" high, 10 1/2" wide, 4" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 316 - Molded Copper Fish Weathervane & Directionals

patina wear, loss; split, damage to lower tail fin; bend to "N" directional and central mounting rod. 5 1/4" high, 4 3/4" wide, 2 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 317 - Folk Portrait Of Finely Attired Woman

with tortoise hair comb, seated half-length pose; framed, unsigned. In as found condition, small tear middle left. 33" wide, 40" high. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 318 - NE Sack Back Windsor Arm Chair

paint wear, loss, age cracks, partial break to u-shaped support, wear, nicks to seat. 39 1/2" high, 25" wide, 13 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 319 - Chippendale Cherrywood Slant Front Desk

stains to top and interior, age cracks. 40 1/2" high, 39" wide, 19 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 320 - Two Late Federal Mirrors

silvering wear, loss, crack to one glass panel, one with repaint. Largest: 33" high, 17 1/2" wide, 3" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 321 - Poss. Margolis Chippendale Linen Cabinet

in the Philadelphia tradition, figured mahogany with bonnet top, inset tombstone shaped doors, fluted quarter columns and carved claw and ball feet. Finish wear, some scuffs and scratches. 70" high, 49 1/2" wide, 25 1/2" deep.

Lot: 322 - Group of Eight Folk Art Painted Post Finials

paint wear, loss, age cracks, losses. Largest: 12 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide.

Lot: 323 - Navajo Rug

in red cream and brown diamond pattern. Use wear, stains, holes, moth damage, losses, repairs. 4' 7" long, 3' 1 1/2" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 324 - American Folk Art Portrait, Gertrude Schuyler O/C

unsigned, together with a daguerreotype of sitter. Relined, restoration, a few small losses, areas of lifting paint. 35 1/2" high, 28 1/4" wide.

Lot: 325 - American School O/B Portrait Of Gentleman

unsigned. Restoration. 23 3/4" high, 19 3/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 326 - Amer. Folk Art Portrait Mother - Gertrude Schuyler

oil on canvas, unsigned, together with a daguerreotype of sitter. Relined, alligatoring of varnish, a few small losses. 32" high, 28" wide.

Lot: 327 - Chippendale Style Mahogany Corner Chair

finish wear, loss. 32" high, 30" wide, 25" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 328 - CT Cherrywood Queen Anne Tea Table

with a round top and bird cage support, urn form shaft and collared cabriole legs. Refinished, latch replaced and loose, expected age and use wear. 26" high, 32" diameter.

Lot: 329 - Hepplewhite Mahogany Inlaid Demilune Card Table

stains, marring to tops, finish wear, loss, veneer cracks, scratches, edge chips, support leg partially detached from support at top. 30" high, 32" wide, 16 1/4" deep. Open: 32 1/4" diameter. Provenance: Property of a New York City Private Collector.

Lot: 330 - Chippendale Style Camelback Sofa

edge wear, small losses to front legs, chips to back feet, shredding to upholstery at back. 36" high, 90" wide, 28" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 331 - New York Chippendale Side Chair

scratches, edge nicks, breaks to back splat. 37" high, 21" wide, 17 1/4" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 332 - Two Connecticut Hanging Wall Maps, 19th C.

Smith's wall map of Hartford County, Philadelphia 1858, and Clark and Tackabury's topographical wall map of Connecticut, Philadelphia 1860. Each in fair to poor condition with staining, discoloration, tears, cracking and losses as shown. Largest: 57"

Lot: 333 - Federal Cherrywood Candlestand

small stains to top, finish wear, loss, edge wear, edge nicks to legs. 28" high, 16 1/2" wide, 16" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 334 - Federal Inlaid One Drawer Stand

age cracks, wobbly, patches to top, finish wear, loss, a few edge chips. 27 1/4" high, 18 1/2" wide, 17 1/2" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 335 - Three Folk Art Painted Wood Game Boards

paint wear, loss, soiling, cracking, stains, losses, age crack to one. Largest: 18 3/4" high,17" wide.

Lot: 336 - Two 19th C. Hanging Wall Maps, NY & Pennsylvania

Beers Lake and Beers wall map of Columbia County, NY, Philadelphia,1858, and Smith, Gallup and Co. wall map of Northampton County, PA, Philadelphia, 1860. Each in fair to poor condition with staining, discoloration, tears, cracking and losses as

Lot: 337 - Large Federal Eglomise Mantle Clock

finish wear, loss, veneer cracks, losses. 19" high, 20" wide, 7" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 338 - Belter Style Victorian Parlor Suite

three pieces, carved walnut and rosewood, comprising a sofa and two parlor chairs, finely carved throughout with rose and trellised pierce carved crests and molded frames carved with roses and other blossoms, the shaped backs upholstered in tufted

Lot: 339 - E. Wheeler, Queen Anne Style Tiger Maple Highboy

joint separation to right side of upper case, small loss below left side of lower long drawer. 71" high, 35 1/2" wide, 20" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 340 - Early American Hooked Floral Runner

with wear, edge losses. 22 1/2" high, 5' 2 1/2" wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 341 - Primitive American Mixed Woods Candlestand

age cracks,chip to top, repairs to base, one foot. 29" high, 21" wide, 17" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 342 - American Maple Queen Anne Daybed

age cracks, edge chips, finish wear, loss, loose joints. 40" high, 26" wide, 72" long. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 343 - Pair Maps Of New England, George Willett 1821

the northern and southern parts of New England, compiled for President Dwight's travels by George Gillet with Yale College as prime meridian, framed together. Light foxing, small creases, tear upper right to larger map. Not examined out of frame. 26

Lot: 344 - Federal Cherry Octagonal Top Candlestand

small stains, edge nick to top, two legs with repairs. 28" high, 21" wide, 16" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 345 - Queen Anne Mahogany Dish Top Table

repairs to top edges, age crack to base, light stains to top. 28 1/2" high, 25 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 346 - Painted Arrowback Rocking Chair

paint wear, loss, edge wear, edge nicks to arms and seat. 44" high, 20" wide, 29" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 347 - Sheraton Style Lolling Rocking Chair

48" high, 25" wide, 40" deep. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 348 - Group Of Five Books

including "Campfire and Battlefield". Two volumes illustrated by Gustave Dore and others. Toning, soiling, wear, tears, stains, losses. Largest: 16 1/2" high, 11 1/2" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 349 - The Book Of Baseball Published by PF Collier & Son

1911, New York. Toning, soiling, wear, losses, tears to cover; small stains, toning, tear to front and end pages. Toning to interior pages, edge soiling, a few spots to some pages. 15 1/2" high, 11" wide. Provenance: Property of a CT Private

Lot: 350 - Approximately 29 Volumes General Antiques Subjects

including early American folk pottery, English cameo glass and other subjects. Use wear, light soiling, tears. Largest: 14 3/4" high, 10 3/4" wide. Provenance: Property of a Greenwich CT Estate.

Lot: 351 - Group Four Books On Fox Hunting

comprising "The Story of American Fox Hunting Vol. II" publisher Derrydale Press 1941, "Town and Country Papers" and "My Life and Times by Nimrod" publishers Wm. Blackwood & Sons Ltd., Chas. Scribners Sons, NY 1929, #115 of 125, 1927 #66 of 250

Lot: 352 - Two Small Oriental Rugs

pile wear, loss, end, side losses, larger with stains, holes. Largest: 4' 11" long, 3' 1" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 353 - Chinese Floral Carpet, French Taste

with central medallion of blossoms on a tan field. Pile wear, side wear. 49 1/2" wide, 81" long. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: A Fairfield CT Private Collection

Lot: 354 - Turkish Flat Woven Rug

use wear, end losses. 6' 10" long, 3' 3" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 355 - Sarouk Rug

in the Chinese taste. Pile wear, loss, end, side losses. 5' 4" long, 3' 3" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 356 - Oriental Rug

pile wear, loss, end losses, hole, repair. 6' 3" long, 4' 3" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 357 - Persian Gallery Rug

pile wear, loss, end losses, fading. 12' 11" long, 5' 1" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 358 - Chinese Florally Decorated Room Size Carpet

stains. 10' long, 13' 8" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 359 - Chinese Room Size Art Deco Carpet

pile wear. 9' long, 11' 8" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 360 - Chinese Art Deco Rug

pile wear, end losses. 4' 2" long, 1' 11" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 361 - Pair Chinese Art Deco Rugs

pile wear, loss, end losses, small stains to fringe ends. 4' 4" long, 2' wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 362 - Caucasian Rug

pile wear, loss, tear, losses, repairs. 6' long, 3' wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 363 - Room Size Oriental Carpet

with blue field. Edge wear, stains, pile wear, moth damage. 10' long, 7' wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 364 - Chinese Art Deco Rug, Overall Blue

stamped on end verso "Made In China By Ming Sung." Pile wear. 5' 3" long, 3' wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 365 - Tribal Rug

pile wear, loss, end, side losses, repairs. 4' 6" long, 3' wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 366 - Chinese Art Deco Rug, Floral Decoration

pile wear, loss, end losses. 4' 10" long, 3' 1" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 367 - Persian Rug

pile wear, loss, stains, hole, end, side losses. 5' 4" long, 3' 5" wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 368 - Pair Chinese Art Deco Rugs

pile wear, loss, end losses. 3' 10" long, 2' wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 369 - Oriental Gallery Carpet

fading, edge wear, stains, pile wear. 10' long, 7' wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 370 - Navajo Mat

corner losses, bleed, stains in grey ground. 33" high, 28" wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 371 - Two Chinese Art Deco Rugs

including round mat. Smaller with fringe loss, larger with pile wear, loss, stains, soiling, fading, end losses. Largest: 4' 11" long, 3' 1" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 372 - Chinese Aubusson Style Rug

pile wear, small stain in blue central field. 3' 6" long, 2' wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 373 - Indian Floral Rug

worked in floral and geometric patterns in blue, red and beige. Pile wear, edge wear. Origin label verso. 74" long, 48" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a New Canaan CT Private Collector.

Lot: 374 - Chinese Art Deco Rug

pile wear, loss, end losses. 5' long, 3' 1" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 375 - Room Size Oriental Carpet

fading, stains, minor pile wear, edge wear. 13' 8" long, 10' 2" wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 376 - Caucasian Mat

with pile wear, loss, soiling, losses. 23" high, 22" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a Brooklyn NY Estate.

Lot: 377 - Chinese Art Deco Rug

pile wear, loss, stains, end losses. 5' 1" long, 3' 1" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 378 - Chinese Art Deco Room Size Carpet

stains. 12' long, 9' wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 379 - Persian Rug

pile wear, loss, moth damage, end losses. 5' long, 3' 6" wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 380 - Chinese Art Deco Room Size Carpet

stains. 12' long, 9' wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 381 - Room Size Oriental Carpet

edge wear, fading, minor pile wear, small scattered stains.12' long, 9' wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 382 - Turkish Prayer Rug

pile wear, loss, fading, repairs, end losses. 4' 5" long, 3' 5" wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 383 - Three Chinese Art Deco Rugs

pile wear, loss, end losses. Largest 6' 5" long, 3' 11" wide. Smallest: 4' 11" long, 3' wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 384 - Chinese Deco Rug

pile wear, loss, end, side losses, stains, a few pulled threads. 4' 10" long, 3' wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 385 - Two Similar Chinese Art Deco Rugs

one stamped on end verso "Hong Made In China". Pile wear, loss, stains, end losses. 4' 1" long, 2' 11" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a CT Private Collector.

Lot: 386 - Persian Carpet

pile wear, loss, end, side losses, side repairs. 12' long, 7' wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 387 - Persian Pictorial Rug

7' 1 1/2" long, 55" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 388 - Turkish Carpet

pile wear, loss, fading, small stains, repairs. 5 1/2' long, 5 1/2' wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 389 - Persian Rug

pile wear, loss, moth damage, end losses. 7' long, 60 1/2" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 390 - Turkish Rug

pile wear, loss, end losses. 77" long, 51" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a New York State Private Collector.

Lot: 391 - Indian Rug

5' long, 37 1/2" wide. All rugs sold as is. Provenance: Property of a Westchester County Private Collector.

Lot: 392 - Swedish Hand Woven Carpet

pile wear, loss. 9' long, 6' wide. All rugs sold as is.

Lot: 393 - Persian Rug

pile wear, loss, holes, tear, end, side losses, stains. 8' 3" long, 6' 3" wide. All rugs sold as is.




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