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Auctioneer Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers (740) 362.4771
Auction Date Nov 24 Auction
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Delaware, OH
Time 10:00AM
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Lot: 1 - OGDEN FAMILY SILHOUETTES BY AUGUSTE EDOUART

OGDEN FAMILY SILHOUETTES BY AUGUSTE EDOUART (FRANCE, 1789-1861). Twelve full-length silhouettes of family members engaged in various activities including playing a piano. Placed on a faint graphite background of large sitting room complete with

Lot: 2 - FRAMED PEALE MUSEUM FAMILY SILHOUETTES.

FRAMED PEALE MUSEUM FAMILY SILHOUETTES. Ca. 1830s. Seven hollow cut portraits from the Peale Museum of a prominent Philadelphia Quaker family. Identified as Thomas Rotch and his wife Susan (nee Ridgeway) together with five silhouettes of their

Lot: 3 - TWO PORTRAITS BY JOHN RUBENS SMITH (ENGLAND/NEW

TWO PORTRAITS BY JOHN RUBENS SMITH (ENGLAND/NEW YORK, 1775-1849). Watercolor on paper, one initialed and dated "IRS 1820". Young man and woman probably done as a couple. Full-length portraits with painted backgrounds including ingrain carpeting.

Lot: 4 - SILHOUETTE OF YOUNG GIRL.

SILHOUETTE OF YOUNG GIRL. Probably American, 1st half-19th century. Full-length inked image with watercolor detail. Girl in red dress holding a sprig of flowers. Some toning. Gilt frame, 7.5"h. 6.25"w.

Lot: 5 - SILHOUETTE OF A WOMAN.

SILHOUETTE OF A WOMAN. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Cutout portrait with exceptional gold inked detail including pocket watch. Reeded frame, 6.5"h. 5.5"w.

Lot: 6 - THREE SILHOUETTES.

THREE SILHOUETTES. Probably American, mid 19th century. Two inked portraits with reeded frames. Young woman with gold highlights. Identified as "Elizabeth Atkinson Peacock 1826", 4.75"h. 3.75"w., and older gentleman, 5"h. 4"w. Together with a later

Lot: 7 - FOUR SILHOUETTES.

FOUR SILHOUETTES. Probably American, 1st half-19th century. Husband and wife in round frames identified as "Dr. Wilkins, Salem, Mass" and "Dr. Wilkins 3rd wife". Stains. 4.5"d. And an embossed three-quarter silhouette of a woman in chip carved

Lot: 8 - ENGLISH LEEDSWARE EAGLE PLATE.

ENGLISH LEEDSWARE EAGLE PLATE. Early 19th century. Blue feather edge with American eagle and shield in center. Light scratches. 8.25"d.

Lot: 9 - DELFT CHARGER.

DELFT CHARGER. Attributed to Lambeth, mid 18th century. Landscape with archer hunting deer. Worn glaze on rim with expected flakes. 14.25"d.

Lot: 10 - ENGLISH LEEDSWARE EAGLE PLATE.

ENGLISH LEEDSWARE EAGLE PLATE. Early 19th century. Blue feather edge with American eagle and shield in center. 8.25"d.

Lot: 11 - AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS HYACINTH VASE.

AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS HYACINTH VASE. Mid 19th century. Baluster form in deep cobalt. Straw marks. 8"h

Lot: 12 - THREE AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS HYACINTH VASES.

THREE AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS HYACINTH VASES. Mid 19th century. Cobalt with ribs, 7.25"h., and emerald green, 9"h. Together with a late green vase with swirled ribs, 7.5"h.

Lot: 13 - TWO AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS HYACINTH VASES.

TWO AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS HYACINTH VASES. Mid 19th century. Amethyst, the darker one has ribs and a ground rim. 7.5", 8"h.

Lot: 14 - FOUR AMERICAN DECORATED SIDE CHAIRS.

FOUR AMERICAN DECORATED SIDE CHAIRS. Mid 19th century. Spindle backs and turned legs. Original grain painting with naive grapevines on crest. Varying wear. 17.5"h. seat, 34"h. overall.

Lot: 15 - EUROPEAN DOMETOP DOCUMENT BOX.

EUROPEAN DOMETOP DOCUMENT BOX. First half-19th century, pine. Wire staple hinges, tin hasp, replaced bale handle. Original paint with flowers and bird on lid. Minor wear. 5.5"h. 10.25"w.

Lot: 16 - BOSTON QUEEN ANNE DRESSING TABLE.

BOSTON QUEEN ANNE DRESSING TABLE. Ca. 1760, mahogany with white pine secondary. Very fine dressing table with square molded top, and one over three dovetailed drawers with original brasses. Center bottom drawer has carved fan. Arcade skirt with

Lot: 17 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Impressed rectangular stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Inked label "Wood Thrush". 2.25"h.

Lot: 18 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Impressed rectangular stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Unmarked Cedar Waxwing with penciled "11". 2.5"h.

Lot: 19 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Impressed rectangular stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Faint penciled label "Bluebird, 11". 2"h.

Lot: 20 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Impressed rectangular stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Inked label "Tree Swallow". 2.5"h.

Lot: 21 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Impressed rectangular stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Inked label "Scarlet Tanger", 2"h.

Lot: 22 - AMERICAN ARROWBACK HIGHCHAIR.

AMERICAN ARROWBACK HIGHCHAIR. Mid 19th century. Turned arms and legs, plank seat. Original black paint with gold trim and eagle crest. Some wear. 22"h. seat. 33.5"h. overall.

Lot: 23 - AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS TRUMPET VASE.

AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS TRUMPET VASE. Mid 19th century. Canary vase with elongated loops. On marble base. 11.25"h.

Lot: 24 - THREE DECOYS BY GUST "GUS" NELOW.

THREE DECOYS BY GUST "GUS" NELOW. Oshkosh, Wisconsin, (1874-1962). Canvasbacks with glass eyes. One with original paint, 15.25"l., and two with old paint and stenciled owner's name "C. Hazen" on bottom. 15.5", 16"l. Working decoys with

Lot: 25 - PAIR OF BLUEBILL DECOYS BY L.J. STARK.

PAIR OF BLUEBILL DECOYS BY L.J. STARK. American, mid 20th century. Original paint and glass eyes. Working decoys with imperfections. 13.5", 14"l.

Lot: 26 - THREE AMERICAN SHOREBIRD DECOYS.

THREE AMERICAN SHOREBIRD DECOYS. First half-20th century. Yellow leg shorebirds with original paint. Carved, 11.25"h., and two tin "flatties", 9.5"h. Includes bases.

Lot: 27 - MINIATURE PAINTING OF SHIP.

MINIATURE PAINTING OF SHIP. Late 19th century, watercolor on paper. Sailing ship at sea. Gilt frame, 5" x 5".

Lot: 28 - TWO MINIATURE PORTRAITS.

TWO MINIATURE PORTRAITS. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Woman with hair comb, 3"h., and young man in blue coat, possibly a sailor. 4"h. Minor imperfections. Brass frame sizes.

Lot: 29 - PAIR OF MINIATURE PORTRAITS.

PAIR OF MINIATURE PORTRAITS. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Husband and wife in one frame. She wears gold jewelry. Cracked lens. Brass oval frame, 2"h.

Lot: 30 - AMERICAN LOW BENCH.

AMERICAN LOW BENCH. Mid 19th century, pine. Bench or pie cooler on well-turned feet. Old grey paint remains on underside. Feet have additional nails. 6.25"h. 41.5"w. 11.5"d.

Lot: 31 - AMERICAN WATERCOLOR OF GIRL.

AMERICAN WATERCOLOR OF GIRL. Ca. 1840, watercolor on paper. Full-length portrait of a young girl in white with a basket of flowers. Light stains. Worn gilt frame, 10"h. 8"w.

Lot: 32 - FIVE PIECES OF CANARYWARE.

FIVE PIECES OF CANARYWARE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. All with matching floral hand decoration. Pair of demitasse cups and saucers, waste bowl, 2.25"h., and miniature or child's size teapot, 3.5"h., and covered sugar, 3.25"h. Some

Lot: 33 - AMERICAN DECORATED BASKET.

AMERICAN DECORATED BASKET. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint. Original colored splints and stamped decoration. Minor splits. 8.5"h. 12"d.

Lot: 34 - THREE AMERICAN DECORATED CHAIRS.

THREE AMERICAN DECORATED CHAIRS. Mid 19th century. Pair of arrowback chairs with original green paint and floral crests. Impressed on the bottom "Thatcher & Wheel Warren___", 17.75"h. seats, 33"h. overall. And a fancy chair with turned legs,

Lot: 35 - AMERICAN CHALKWARE OXEN.

AMERICAN CHALKWARE OXEN. Late 19th century. Pair of spotted oxen with wood horns (one missing) and yoke. Minor wear. 6"h. 7.5"w.

Lot: 36 - HUDSON RIVER VALLEY BY CHARLES HENRY CHAPIN

HUDSON RIVER VALLEY BY CHARLES HENRY CHAPIN (AMERICAN, 1830-1889). Oil on wood panel, signed and dated lower left. Sunrise scene. Restoration. 10"h. 8"w., late gilt frame, 19.25"h. 17.25"w.

Lot: 37 - AMERICAN BASKET WITH COOKIE CUTTERS.

AMERICAN BASKET WITH COOKIE CUTTERS. Twentieth century. Rye straw basket with thirty tin cookie cutters of varying ages. Includes birds, houses, trains, and holiday related.

Lot: 38 - LANDSCAPE BY DANIEL CHARLES GROSE (DISTRICT OF

LANDSCAPE BY DANIEL CHARLES GROSE (DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 1838-1900). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. River landscape, probably Hudson River Valley. Small repair. 8"h. 12"w., late frame, 11.5"h. 15.25"w.

Lot: 39 - THREE CANARYWARE PLATES.

THREE CANARYWARE PLATES. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Hand painted floral designs. One ex Bill Samaha (Ohio). Varying wear. 8.5"d.

Lot: 40 - FOUR PIECES OF CANARYWARE.

FOUR PIECES OF CANARYWARE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Very similar floral hand decoration. Covered sugar, 6.25"h., pitcher, 7"h., creamer, 4"h., and handleless cup and saucer. Varying wear and repair on sugar.

Lot: 41 - CONNECTICUT MULE CHEST.

CONNECTICUT MULE CHEST. Guilford area, 3rd quarter 18th century, maple and pine. Unusual size with two dovetailed drawers over two, and two faux drawer fronts with replaced brasses. Rosehead and square nails. Scalloped apron. Imperfections. 50.5"h.

Lot: 42 - FOUR BIRCHBARK BASKETS.

FOUR BIRCHBARK BASKETS. Twentieth century. Rim stitches. Largest is earliest with added crayon flowers. 4"h. 12"d. Together with three rectangular baskets, 3.5"h. 8.5"w. to 2.5"h. 5"w.

Lot: 43 - BERRY BASKET AND QUILLWORK BOX.

BERRY BASKET AND QUILLWORK BOX. Late 19th-early 20th century. Covered bark box with quillwork flowers. Quillwork loss. 3"h. 8.25"w. And a rustic bentwood berry basket with sewn thread seams. Loose seams. 5"h. 5"w.

Lot: 44 - FOUR BASKETS.

FOUR BASKETS. Probably Woodlands Indian, early 20th century, woven splint and grass. Covered baskets with colored splint (faded), three with curlique splint. Minor loss. 2"h. 3"d. to 5"h. 5.5"d.

Lot: 45 - TWO AMERICAN COOKIE CUTTERS.

TWO AMERICAN COOKIE CUTTERS. Early 20th century. Standing man, 8"h., and eagle, 6"h.

Lot: 46 - TWO AMERICAN TIN COOKIE CUTTERS.

TWO AMERICAN TIN COOKIE CUTTERS. Early 20th century. Bird, 7.75"h., and bird in hand, 5.25"h.

Lot: 47 - AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE STYLE ARMCHAIR.

AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE STYLE ARMCHAIR. Twentieth century, mahogany. Carved cabriole legs. 18" seat, 41"h.

Lot: 48 - FOUR DECOYS BY JOSEF "BUCKEYE JOE" WOOSTER (OHIO,

FOUR DECOYS BY JOSEF "BUCKEYE JOE" WOOSTER (OHIO, 1934-2008). Signed and dated with notations. Original paint and glass eyes. Red breasted merganser hen and drake, 16"l. And wood duck drake, 13.5"l. Together with a blue bill duck, 7"l.

Lot: 49 - PAIR OF DECOYS BY WILLIAM GOENNE (KING CITY,

PAIR OF DECOYS BY WILLIAM GOENNE (KING CITY, CALIFORNIA). Second half-20th century. Green-winged Teal drake and hen in preening position. Branded "WRG" as well as "Hall". 12", 13.5"l.

Lot: 50 - EIGHT AMERICAN POTTERY PIGGY BANKS.

EIGHT AMERICAN POTTERY PIGGY BANKS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Daubed and running glaze. Hairline. 2.25"h. 4"l. to 4"h. 6"l.

Lot: 51 - SIX AMERICAN DECORATED SIDE CHAIRS.

SIX AMERICAN DECORATED SIDE CHAIRS. Mid 19th century. Arrowback chairs with bamboo turned legs and stretchers. Late yellow paint with fruit on crests. Minor flaking. 17.5"h. seats, 34.5"h. overall.

Lot: 52 - THREE PIECES OF AMERICAN ROCKINGHAM.

THREE PIECES OF AMERICAN ROCKINGHAM. Mid 19th century. Pitcher. Firing indentation. 6.25"h. Mug, 3.25"h., and a mermaid flask, 7.5"l.

Lot: 53 - NINE ITEMS BY TOM KING (2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY).

NINE ITEMS BY TOM KING (2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). Signed and dated. Seven pull toy carvings including Noah's ark, whale, and mythical creatures. Average 4"l. Together with a bird on branch, 4.75"h., and a miniature smoke decorated footstool or

Lot: 54 - FOUR AMERICAN PICTURE FRAMES.

FOUR AMERICAN PICTURE FRAMES. Nineteenth-20th century. Molded walnut with gilt liner, 5.5"h. 4.75"w., sheet brass, 4.5"h. 5.25"w. ,and tramp art, 8.25"h. 7"w. Together with late curly maple veneer, 7"h. 6.25"w.

Lot: 55 - AMERICAN FOLK ART WALL POCKET.

AMERICAN FOLK ART WALL POCKET. Early 20th century, pine. Cutout back with applied American Indian motifs. Old alligatored paint. Minor edge loss. 18"h. 11"w.

Lot: 56 - TWO CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN THEOREMS.

TWO CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN THEOREMS. Late 20th century, signed "V. Lawler". Oil on velvet of fruit baskets. Framed, 13.5"h. 15.5"w. and 8.5"h. 10.5"w.

Lot: 57 - NEW GENEVA TANWARE PITCHER.

NEW GENEVA TANWARE PITCHER. Pennsylvania, 2nd half-19th century. Slip decoration, applied handle. 9"h.

Lot: 58 - MINIATURE AMERICAN THEOREM.

MINIATURE AMERICAN THEOREM. Second quarter-19th century, watercolor on paper. Colorful flowers in a fanciful cornucopia vase. Framed, 7.25"h. 5.75"w.

Lot: 59 - MINIATURE AMERICAN THEOREM.

MINIATURE AMERICAN THEOREM. Second quarter-19th century, watercolor on paper. Nicely done with flowers in a glass vase. Minor fading. Gilt frame, 8.75"h. 6.75"w.

Lot: 60 - PAPER CUTOUT ATTRIBUTED TO WILHELMUS ANTONIUS

PAPER CUTOUT ATTRIBUTED TO WILHELMUS ANTONIUS FABER (PENNSYLVANIA, CA 1790-1818). Cutout floral border with watercolor detail surrounding a heart with German text. Framed, 7"h. 8.5"w.

Lot: 61 - AMERICAN FOLK ART WATERCOLOR.

AMERICAN FOLK ART WATERCOLOR. Mid 19th century, watercolor on paper. Possibly a bookplate. Green bird on delicate flower stem. Stains and minor edge loss. Late decorated frame, 12.25"h. 10.25"w. overall.

Lot: 62 - AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST.

AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, pine. Paneled sides with original flame grain decoration. Pinned construction, interior till and turned legs. Some wear, mostly on lid. 25.25"h. 37.5"w. 21"d.

Lot: 63 - FRAKTUR BY CHARLES/KARL MUNCH (PENNSYLVANIA,

FRAKTUR BY CHARLES/KARL MUNCH (PENNSYLVANIA, 1769-1833). Watercolor and ink on laid paper. Elaborate flower urns, wreaths and cornucopias in vibrant colors. Records in German the birth of Elisbeta Steinin in Berks County, 1786, to parents Friedrick

Lot: 64 - THREE-PIECE CHINESE EXPORT TEA SET.

THREE-PIECE CHINESE EXPORT TEA SET. Early 19th century. Teapot, 5.75"h., creamer and covered sugar with American eagle armorial shield. Some wear.

Lot: 65 - PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Spain or Netherlands, late 17th century. Domed bases. 9"h.

Lot: 66 - CHINESE EXPORT TEA CADDY.

CHINESE EXPORT TEA CADDY. Mid 19th century. Black lacquer and gilt caddy with melon ribbing and carved bat shaped feet. Pewter interior with additional lids. Some wear and minor edge loss. 6.25"h. 7"d.

Lot: 67 - DELFT CHARGER.

DELFT CHARGER. Eighteenth century. Hand decorated with blue floral and rock design. Yellow edge. Expected rim flakes. 13.75"d.

Lot: 68 - DELFT CHARGER.

DELFT CHARGER. Eighteenth century. Hand decorated with blue floral design. Rim chips. 14.25"d.

Lot: 69 - DELFT CHARGER.

DELFT CHARGER. Eighteenth century. Hand decorated with blue floral design. Expected rim flakes. 13.5"d.

Lot: 70 - AMERICAN STAND.

AMERICAN STAND. Ca.1810, birch, bird's-eye maple, pine and mahogany. Veneered front, one dovetailed drawer, turtle top and tapered legs. Refinished. 28.5"h. 20.25"w. 14.75"d.

Lot: 71 - AMERICAN SHERATON STAND.

AMERICAN SHERATON STAND. Probably New England, 2nd quarter-19th century, cherry and pine. Two dovetailed, beaded drawers, protruding corner columns, and reeded legs. Old surface. 29"h. 22"w. 18"d.

Lot: 72 - PAIR OF BELL METAL CANDLESTICKS.

PAIR OF BELL METAL CANDLESTICKS. Flemish or Scandinavian, ca. 1650. William and Mary dome base candlesticks with threaded posts. 9.75"h. 6.5"d.

Lot: 73 - PAIR OF DATED QUEEN ANNE BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

PAIR OF DATED QUEEN ANNE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. England, mid 18th century. Seamed construction and threaded posts. Petal bases have faint incised marks including "Alf... Mi 17-7". Wear and small hole. 7.25"h.

Lot: 74 - NEW ENGLAND SHERATON DRESSING TABLE.

NEW ENGLAND SHERATON DRESSING TABLE. Second quarter-19th century, pine with oak secondary. Turned legs, dovetailed drawer with original pulls, and scrolled crest. Original yellow paint with stenciled crest and trim. Wear and repaired crest. 34.5"h.

Lot: 75 - PAIR OF BOSTON CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIRS.

PAIR OF BOSTON CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIRS. Ca. 1765, mahogany, white pine and maple secondary. Cabriole legs with block turned connecting stretchers and ball and claw feet. Overupholstered seats, pierced splats, carved and pierced serpentine top

Lot: 76 - PHILADELPHIA CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIR.

PHILADELPHIA CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIR. Ca. 1770, mahogany with oak secondary. Serpentine carved top rail, carved and pierced Gothic splat, overupholstered trapezoidal seat, cabriole legs with water-leaf carved knees, and ball-and-claw feet. Original

Lot: 77 - AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS COVERED DISH.

AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS COVERED DISH. Possibly Pittsburgh, mid 19th century. Covered round sugar or dish with red and white looping. Imperfections. 6.75"h.

Lot: 78 - PAIR OF AMERICAN GLASS VASES.

PAIR OF AMERICAN GLASS VASES. Mid 19th century. Electric blue paneled vases with cut scalloped rims. A few small rim flakes. 8"h.

Lot: 79 - AMERICAN BUILT-IN CUPBOARD.

AMERICAN BUILT-IN CUPBOARD. Early 20th century, pine. Diminutive one-piece cupboard with barrel back top, shallow fluted columns and single paneled door. Top has deep shell carving and two butterfly shelves. Some imperfections. 74.5"h. 30.5"w.

Lot: 80 - TWO SANDWICH GLASS TRUMPET VASES.

TWO SANDWICH GLASS TRUMPET VASES. Massachusetts, mid 19th century. Ruffled edges. Canary Bigler vase, 11.25"h., and clear with hexagonal base, 12"h.

Lot: 81 - TWO AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS VASES.

TWO AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS VASES. Mid 19th century. Loop and punty design with hexagonal bases. Amethyst, 7.25"h., and canary with ruffled edge, 7.5"h.

Lot: 82 - AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS VASE WITH WITCH BALLS.

AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS VASE WITH WITCH BALLS. Possibly Pittsburgh, mid 19th century. Deep emerald green trumpet vase with flared rim. Wear. 7.75"h. And a matching green ball, 3.5"d., and a late cobalt ball, 6"d.

Lot: 83 - GLASS TRUMPET VASE AND PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS.

GLASS TRUMPET VASE AND PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS. American and English, 19th century. Opaque green vase with ruffled edge, 8"h., and a pair of green candlesticks with faceted knobs and hollow stem, 9.75"h.

Lot: 84 - TEN PIECES OF AMERICAN LACY GLASS.

TEN PIECES OF AMERICAN LACY GLASS. Mid 19th century. Clear. Covered sugar in Gothic Arch, 5.5"h.; four octagonal dishes: three in Thistle, 9"d., and one with eagle, 6"d., and two trays, 6.5"l. Together with a plate with "Deming Jarves" portrait,

Lot: 85 - AMERICAN SILHOUETTE OF ANDREW JACKSON.

AMERICAN SILHOUETTE OF ANDREW JACKSON. Ca.1829-1837. Cutout with watercolor detail and wreath and star painted liner. "Andrew Jackson, President". Gilt liner. 12.25"h. 10.25"w. overall.

Lot: 86 - NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY HEPPLEWHITE DROP LEAF TABLE.

NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY HEPPLEWHITE DROP LEAF TABLE. Early 19th century, birch. Tapered legs, rounded leaves. Old red paint, scrubbed top has been stained. 29.25"h. 36"w. 18.5"d. with 9.75" leaves.

Lot: 87 - PITTSBURGH GLASS VASE.

PITTSBURGH GLASS VASE. Mid 19th century. Clear and cobalt with applied cobalt rim, baluster stem. 10.25"h. Similar to a vase by Thomas Bovard pictured in Pittsburgh Glass by Innes, pg. 98.

Lot: 88 - AMERICAN FIERY OPALESCENT CELERY.

AMERICAN FIERY OPALESCENT CELERY. Probably Pittsburgh, mid 19th century. Eight paneled with scalloped rim. Faint straw marks. 8.5"h.

Lot: 89 - PITTSBURGH GLASS TRUMPET VASE.

PITTSBURGH GLASS TRUMPET VASE. Mid 19th century. Baluster stem, ruffled edge, and red, white and blue pulled loops. 9.5"h.

Lot: 90 - QUEEN ANNE-STYLE TABLE BY DAVID T. SMITH.

QUEEN ANNE-STYLE TABLE BY DAVID T. SMITH. Ohio, late 20th century, curly maple. Porringer top tavern table. Stamped on the underside. 26.5"h. 35"w. 22.25"d.

Lot: 91 - FOLKSY HORSE AND RIDER.

FOLKSY HORSE AND RIDER. Probably American, 2nd half-19th century. Carved wooden white horse with rider in dress clothes and top hat. Original paint. Some loss. 8"h. 8"w. overall on base.

Lot: 92 - PENNSYLVANIA TILT TOP TABLE.

PENNSYLVANIA TILT TOP TABLE. Chester County, 2nd half-18th century, walnut. Birdcage, lathe turned top, column and pad snake feet. Good dry surface. Repairs. 28"h. 22.5"d.

Lot: 93 - DELAWARE VALLEY LADDERBACK HIGH CHAIR.

DELAWARE VALLEY LADDERBACK HIGH CHAIR. Second half-18th century, maple with some figure. Shaped slats and turned finials. Rush seat. Old refinishing. 23"h. seat, 39.5"h. overall.

Lot: 94 - AMERICAN TOLE COFFEE POT AND DOCUMENT BOX.

AMERICAN TOLE COFFEE POT AND DOCUMENT BOX. Second quarter-19th century. Original decoration on black ground. Coffee pot with flower or starburst, 10.5"h., and box with flowers. Wire bale and tin hasp. 5.5"h. 8.75"w. Imperfections.

Lot: 95 - TWO AMERICAN BOOKPLATES.

TWO AMERICAN BOOKPLATES. First half-19th century, watercolor on paper. Birds. One with tulip signed in ink on back "Samuel Shundan", 5"h. 3.5"w. And one with berries signed in pencil "Bessie Emale Kleinfeltersville, Lebanon Co. Pa, 1_ years of

Lot: 96 - AMERICAN SHERATON STAND.

AMERICAN SHERATON STAND. Second quarter-19th century, curly maple with poplar secondary. Two dovetailed, bowfront drawers and turned legs. One-board top. Refinished. 28.5"h. 20"w. 19.75"d.

Lot: 97 - PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE CROCK.

PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE CROCK. Second half -19th century. Stenciled roses "James Hamilton & Co., Greensboro, Pa. 20". Double handles. Restoration. 24"h.

Lot: 98 - PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE CHURN.

PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE CHURN. Mid 19th century. Freehand and stenciled cobalt decoration "Hamilton & Jones, Greensboro, Pa. 6". Two handles. 19"h.

Lot: 99 - EIGHTEEN ENGLISH FOOD MOLDS.

EIGHTEEN ENGLISH FOOD MOLDS. Late 19th-early 20th century, copper and tin. Forms include pineapple, chains, asparagus, swirls and tiers. Two marked "Continental Club, Wilson & Son...Strand" and "Jones Bros. Down St." 2" to 8.75"h.

Lot: 100 - SURVEYOR'S CHAINS AND TOOL.

SURVEYOR'S CHAINS AND TOOL. Nineteenth century. Two lengths of chains and one group of stakes, 12"h. And a brass surveyor's protractor rule signed "S & D. Dod Mendham" in a fitted case. Case, 7" x 15".

Lot: 101 - ***AMERICAN SURVEYOR'S COMPASS.

***AMERICAN SURVEYOR'S COMPASS. Late 18th-early 19th century. Brass with cover and sighting vanes. Wooden tripod with lead weight. Cover not removable. 46"h. 14"l.

Lot: 102 - THREE SURVEYOR'S COMPASSES.

THREE SURVEYOR'S COMPASSES. American and English, late 18th century. Wooden with paper labels. Octagonal marked "D. Adams, London Fleet Street". 6"d. And one with American eagle "Callend___". With wood cover. 15"l. Together with one marked "Made

Lot: 103 - SURVEYOR'S COMPASS ATTRIBUTED TO BENJAMIN HANKS

SURVEYOR'S COMPASS ATTRIBUTED TO BENJAMIN HANKS (CONNECTICUT, LATE 18TH CENTURY). Walnut. Vernier brass compass with paper dial that has partial maker's name under engraved center, and bone sight. Engraved "CF" on the sights. Housed in a partial

Lot: 104 - AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTING OF WASHINGTON.

AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTING OF WASHINGTON. Third quarter-19th century, watercolor and ink on paper. Naive image of "General Washington" on a yellow horse. A building with the American flag is in the background. Backed with a German text Confirmation

Lot: 105 - AMERICAN SUNDIAL.

AMERICAN SUNDIAL. New England, 1st quarter-19th century, slate. Tombstone shaped slab with engraved pewter gnomon. Dated "Ano (sic) Dei 1822" with "Por Jesus Bal" at the bottom. Surface wear. 19.75"h. 13"w. Ex Sandy Jacobs Antiques, (New

Lot: 106 - AMERICAN WALLPAPER DOCUMENT BOX.

AMERICAN WALLPAPER DOCUMENT BOX. Early 19th century, basswood. Dovetailed, dome-top box with block printed wallpaper and 1802 newspaper "The Connecticut Courant" lining the interior. Leather hinges. Wear and some paper loss. 6.5"h. 11.75"w.

Lot: 107 - INLAID KNIFE BOX.

INLAID KNIFE BOX. American or English, late 18th-early 19th century, mahogany veneer. Shaped front, inlaid trim, shell patera and rayed corners. Fitted interior. Imperfections. 15"h. 12"d.

Lot: 108 - THREE AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIRS.

THREE AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIRS. Second half-18th century. Slip seats. Pair in mixed woods including walnut. Pierced splats. Repairs. 18"h. seat, 37.5"h. And single in cherry with pierced "owl" splat. 18"h. seat, 37"h.

Lot: 109 - AMERICAN INLAID SHERATON CARD TABLE.

AMERICAN INLAID SHERATON CARD TABLE. First half-19th century, mahogany with pine. Shaped top and conforming apron with inlay, reeded legs. Two-board top and leaf with swing leg. Refinished with some sun fading. 29"h. 36.5"w. 18"w., 36" open.

Lot: 110 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Impressed rectangular stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Inked label "Red Banded Woodpecker". 2.25"h.

Lot: 111 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Impressed rectangular stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Inked label "Black and White Warbler", 2"h.

Lot: 112 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Impressed rectangular stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Inked label "Balt. Oriole", 2"h.

Lot: 113 - AMERICAN TINDER LIGHTER PISTOL.

AMERICAN TINDER LIGHTER PISTOL. From Newberry, Massachusetts, Late 18th century. Flintlock with walnut grip with carved accents, compartment and candle socket. 7"l. Ex Hollis Broderick (New Hampshire).

Lot: 114 - TWO PENCILED PORTRAITS BY J.M. CROWLEY (AMERICAN,

TWO PENCILED PORTRAITS BY J.M. CROWLEY (AMERICAN, ACTIVE 2ND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY). Pencil on paper. Husband and wife identified on backing label as "Mr. Joseph Otis and Mrs. Ruby Fuller Otis. Delineator J.M. Crowley, __ Kentucky, 1836". Some

Lot: 115 - AMERICAN SACKBACK WINDSOR.

AMERICAN SACKBACK WINDSOR. Attributed to Boston, late 18th century, pine, oak, hickory and maple. Carved knuckles, second surface paint. Imperfections. 17" seat, 37.5"h. Ex Antique Associates at West Townsend (Massachusetts).

Lot: 116 - AMERICAN CANADA GOOSE CARVING.

AMERICAN CANADA GOOSE CARVING. Late 20th century. Life size with original paint. Neck has split with minor inpainting. 26"l.

Lot: 117 - TWO AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS.

TWO AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS. Second half-20th century. Working decoys with original paint and owner's painted initial "W". One in preening position. Some wear. 13.5", 16.5"l.

Lot: 118 - FOUR AMERICAN DECOYS.

FOUR AMERICAN DECOYS. Second half-20th century. Original paint. Double head Coot by Wayne Bobling, Marion, Ohio, 9"l., black duck, 13"l., Lesser Canada by M. Hudson. Surface flakes. 19"l. And a canvasback by Wallace O'Neal IV, 16"l.

Lot: 119 - TWO AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE STANDS.

TWO AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE STANDS. Late 18th-early 19th century, cherry with pine secondary. Tapered legs and single dovetailed drawers. Applied molding, refinished. Age split. 28.5"h. 18.25"w. 18"d. And hidden drawer. Stained top. 27.5"h. 16.5"w.

Lot: 120 - CANADA GOOSE BY FRANK RESOP.

CANADA GOOSE BY FRANK RESOP. Berlin, Wisconsin, 1875-1953. Original paint and glass eyes. Salmon/red ground shows through some flaking. Rare form, one of two or three known. 20"l.

Lot: 121 - OHIO SAMPLER.

OHIO SAMPLER. Chillicothe, Ross County, dated 1822, silk on linen. Bordered on three sides by floral vine, alphabet in the upper portion, partial verse mentions Indian mountains in the middle, large striped floral basket flanked by flowering trees.

Lot: 122 - CANADA GOOSE BY HENRY GEISE.

CANADA GOOSE BY HENRY GEISE. Quincy, Illinois, 1867-1961. Ca.1910-1920 cork goose with original paint and glass eyes. Wooden tail. Wear and flaking. 21.5"l.

Lot: 123 - CANADA GOOSE DECOY.

CANADA GOOSE DECOY. American, mid 20th century. Life-size decoy with original paint and glass eyes. 32"l.

Lot: 124 - AMERICAN WATCH HUTCH AND BALLOT BOX.

AMERICAN WATCH HUTCH AND BALLOT BOX. Nineteenth century, pine. Both with slide lids. Hutch with square nails and a hole in the lid carved to fit an irregular scrap of glass, ex The Marston House (Maine); 1920s pocket watch included. 5"h. 4.75"w.

Lot: 125 - AMERICAN SPENCERIAN EXERCISE PAGE.

AMERICAN SPENCERIAN EXERCISE PAGE. Second half-19th century, pen and ink on ledger paper. Double sided with varying decoration and practice words in multiples. Birds and "Thompson", "Thames", and fish and "Undermine", "United". Tape residue.

Lot: 126 - AMERICAN BROILER AND LOOM LAMP.

AMERICAN BROILER AND LOOM LAMP. Eighteenth-19th century. Substantial wrought iron trivet with central heart and extra handle. Loss from use. 28"l. From Keene, New Hampshire, ex MacKay and Field (Connecticut). And a double candle socket hanging lamp

Lot: 127 - TWO EUROPEAN TREENWARE BOWLS.

TWO EUROPEAN TREENWARE BOWLS. Nineteenth century. Wide rims. One has old red paint, one has traces of red paint. Varying wear, 18"d. Ex Miller Antiques (Wisconsin).

Lot: 128 - AMERICAN LADDERBACK ARMCHAIR.

AMERICAN LADDERBACK ARMCHAIR. Late 18th-early 19th century, mixed woods. Turned posts, finials, stretchers and arms with mushroom ends. Old, if not original, splint seat has edge damage. Old black paint has wear. 15"h. seat, 46.5"h. overall.

Lot: 129 - AMERICAN BOX AND TABLETOP DESK.

AMERICAN BOX AND TABLETOP DESK. Mid 19th-early 20th century. Walnut and poplar lift top box with two nailed drawers. Red paint. 14.25"h. 13.25"w. And a desk in walnut and pine. Six dovetailed drawers above a slant lid compartment, dovetailed case

Lot: 130 - RHODE ISLAND QUEEN ANNE PORRINGER TOP TEA TABLE.

RHODE ISLAND QUEEN ANNE PORRINGER TOP TEA TABLE. Newport, Rhode Island, ca. 1760, mahogany with pine secondary. Rectangular top with a thumb molded edge, rectangular base with a shaped skirt and four legs with a square section ending in pad feet.

Lot: 131 - AMERICAN ARCHITECTURAL CORNER CUPBOARD.

AMERICAN ARCHITECTURAL CORNER CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, cherry. Two-piece cupboard with applied spool half turnings, broken arch pediment, reeded central plinth and ogee bracket feet. Top single door with arched mullions, double doors below.

Lot: 132 - AMERICAN CUT OVERLAY VASE.

AMERICAN CUT OVERLAY VASE. Mid 19th century. White to cranberry with grapevines. Small rim flake, air bubble in base. 9.25"d.

Lot: 133 - AMERICAN GLASS COVERED COMPOTE.

AMERICAN GLASS COVERED COMPOTE. Mid 19th century. Deep cobalt. Cut scalloped rim and paneled body and lid. Pinpoint rim flakes, finial has minor grinding. 13"h.

Lot: 134 - SANDWICH CUT OVERLAY FLUID LAMP.

SANDWICH CUT OVERLAY FLUID LAMP. Massachusetts, 2nd quarter-19th century. White cut to green star and quatrefoil font with clambroth reeded column base. Some wear to gilding. 14"h.

Lot: 135 - SANDWICH CUT OVERLAY FLUID LAMP.

SANDWICH CUT OVERLAY FLUID LAMP. Massachusetts, 2nd quarter-19th century. White cut to cranberry star and quatrefoil font with opalescent reeded column base. Some wear to gilding. 13"h.

Lot: 136 - TWO LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS.

TWO LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS. Oil on canvas, "Morning Sunlight" signed J. Coneby, 1968. Courtyard gate. 13.5"h. 11.5"w. And oil on masonite of red barns. Unsigned. Partial paper label and French preparer's tag on frame. 13"h. 14.75"w.

Lot: 137 - BENNINGTON CROUP KETTLE AND MAP.

BENNINGTON CROUP KETTLE AND MAP. Vermont, ca. 1847-1858. Inhaler with Rockingham glaze. 7"h. Together with a handcolored map of New Hampshire and Vermont. Printed by S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr. 1870. Late frame, 20.25"h. 18.25"w.

Lot: 138 - TWO AMERICAN FEDERAL MIRRORS.

TWO AMERICAN FEDERAL MIRRORS. First half-19th century. Architectural mirrors with reeded columns and reverse painted panels. Curly maple with house panel. Imperfections. 30.5"h. 17.5"w. And pine with original red and grained paint. Panel of

Lot: 139 - AMERICAN REVERSE GLASS PORTRAIT OF GEORGE

AMERICAN REVERSE GLASS PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON. Attributed to William Matthew Prior (1806-1873). Framed, 27.75"h. 21.75"w.

Lot: 140 - PORTRAIT OF A CHILD.

PORTRAIT OF A CHILD. Possibly by Horace Bundy (Vermont, 1814-1883). Young child dressed in white with painted liner. Restoration. Wilton, Connecticut Historical Society Exhibition sticker from 2003. 20.25"h. 16.25"w., framed, 28.5"h. 22.5"w.

Lot: 141 - TWO PIECES ENGLISH LEEDSWARE.

TWO PIECES ENGLISH LEEDSWARE. Ca. 1800. Polychrome decoration. Teapot with vining sprigs, 6.25"h., and pitcher with flowering blossoms. 8.25"h. Imperfections.

Lot: 142 - AMERICAN FEDERAL CANDLESTAND.

AMERICAN FEDERAL CANDLESTAND. Early 19th century, curly maple. Oval top, turned urn column and spade feet. Refinished. 29.75"h. 13.75" x 19.25".

Lot: 143 - AMERICAN FEDERAL TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND.

AMERICAN FEDERAL TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND. Early 19th century, cherry. Turned post with chip carved detail, tripod base and octagonal top with bird's-eye maple veneer center. Old refinishing. 28.5"h. 13.75" x 18.75".

Lot: 144 - AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SLANT-FRONT DESK.

AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SLANT-FRONT DESK. Second half-18th century, curly maple and pine. Four graduated dovetailed drawers with replaced brasses, bracket feet and fitted interior with secret compartment. Square nails. Refinished with pieced repairs

Lot: 145 - PORTRAIT OF A MAN.

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century, pastel on paper. Profile of a man with black coat. Some staining to background. Framed under glass, 12"h. 9.5"w.

Lot: 146 - TWO SILHOUETTES OF WOMEN.

TWO SILHOUETTES OF WOMEN. Probably American, 1st half-19th century. Inked portraits. Reverse on glass. Identified as "Jane Godden's age when her likeness was taken of___ turn'd 22 years 1816". Framed, 5"h. 3.25"w. And well-done image of a seated

Lot: 147 - THREE SILHOUETTES OF WOMEN.

THREE SILHOUETTES OF WOMEN. Probably American, 1st half-19th century. Inked portrait of woman with elaborate cap, 6.5"h., hollow cut of woman with painted white cap, identified as "Grandmother Betsy Newcomb, Turo, Mass.", 7"h. 6"w., and a cutout of

Lot: 148 - FRAKTUR BY GEORGE GOTTFRIED EPHRAIM BURGER

FRAKTUR BY GEORGE GOTTFRIED EPHRAIM BURGER (PENNSYLVANIA, CA. 1818-1846). Watercolor and ink on paper. Elaborate design with tulips, wreath and architectural elements in good colors. Records 1824 birth of Lea Herold in Westmoreland County,

Lot: 149 - AMERICAN FIREBOARD.

AMERICAN FIREBOARD. Nineteenth century, pine. Two boards with original painting of a brick fireplace with kettle. Inset battens with screws. Some wear. 31.25"h. 45"w.

Lot: 150 - WHALING SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 20TH CENTURY).

WHALING SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, initialed "M". Folksy scene of harpooners and sperm whale. 22"h. 36"w., framed, 25"h. 40"w.

Lot: 151 - THREE WATERCOLORS.

THREE WATERCOLORS. Late 20th century, signed. Two by Leland McClelland (Ohio). One of a country road, framed, 22.5"h. 27"w., and one unframed under glass of industrial river. 24"h. 29.25"w. The second is back to back with fall landscape signed

Lot: 152 - PAIR OF PORTRAITS (ENGLISH SCHOOL, 2ND

PAIR OF PORTRAITS (ENGLISH SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Husband and wife with gold watch chain and gold necklace and brooch. Restoration. 17.75"h. 15.5"w., framed, 21.5"h. 17.5"w.

Lot: 153 - AMERICAN HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD.

AMERICAN HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD. Twentieth century, pine. Pennsylvania-type with shaped sides, molded cornice and bottom shelf and six glass pane door. Old red and white paint has wear. 50"h. 28.5"w. 16"d.

Lot: 154 - AMERICAN "J. BAGG'S TAVERN" SIGN.

AMERICAN "J. BAGG'S TAVERN" SIGN. Found in central Maine, late 18th, pine. Large double sided sign with name and American eagle with shield and banner. One side has original paint with red ground and some areas of overpaint. The other side has

Lot: 155 - AMERICAN THEOREM.

AMERICAN THEOREM. Oil on velvet. Inked label on the frame notes "Painted by Nancy H. Vose, Castine, Maine in 1823". Still life of fruit with parrot and butterfly. Minor stains and toning. Grain-decorated frame. 20"h. 24"w. Ex David R. Hillier,

Lot: 156 - EUROPEAN DECORATED DOME-TOP TRUNK.

EUROPEAN DECORATED DOME-TOP TRUNK. Mid 19th century, pine and sycamore. Original hand painted decoration on blue ground features several birds, crown, star flowers, tulips and draped garlands on lid and front panel in red, white and blue. Original

Lot: 157 - NEW YORK BOX.

NEW YORK BOX. Late 19th-early 20th century. Folksy box on feet with applied, ebonized heart trim and shield on lid. Divided drawer. Minor edge wear. 7.5"h. 14.5"w. 10.5"d.

Lot: 158 - MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A NAVAL CADET.

MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A NAVAL CADET. American or English, mid 19th century. Well-done image of a young man with brass buttoned coat and a telescope. In a rope twist brass frame, 3.5"h. 3"w.

Lot: 159 - MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE SLANT-FRONT DESK.

MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE SLANT-FRONT DESK. Essex County, mid 18th century, walnut and pine. Paint-decorated desk with 19th-century grain paint, four graduated drawers, applied bracket base, fitted interior, and dovetailed case and drawers.

Lot: 160 - AMERICAN REWARD DOCUMENT.

AMERICAN REWARD DOCUMENT. Twentieth century, watercolor and ink on laid paper. Image of American Indians leading a mother and daughter in captivity. "A Reward of 25 Pounds or 1 savage this value ___ for the safe return of Hannah Lyman and daughter

Lot: 161 - TWO AMERICAN PAINTED BASKETS.

TWO AMERICAN PAINTED BASKETS. Early 20th century, woven splint. Rectangular basket with rim handles and original blue paint. Found in Maine, 11"h. 18.75" x 27.5". And a gathering basket with bentwood handle and original green paint. 13"h. 17.5"l.

Lot: 162 - NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE DRESSING TABLE.

NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE DRESSING TABLE. Connecticut, ca. 1750, cherry. Rectangular molded top and one over three dovetailed, molded graduated drawers with original brasses. Shaped fan carved skirt and cabriole legs ending in pad feet. 29.5"h. 36"w.

Lot: 163 - PAIR OF PORTRAITS ATTRIBUTED TO ZEDEKIAH BELKNAP

PAIR OF PORTRAITS ATTRIBUTED TO ZEDEKIAH BELKNAP (AMERICAN, 1781-1858). Oil on board, unsigned. Husband and wife dressed in black. Restoration. Wilton, Connecticut Historical Society Exhibition sticker from 2003. 29.5"h. 24"w., late frames, 32"h.

Lot: 164 - NEW YORK CLASSICAL DROP LEAF BREAKFAST TABLE.

NEW YORK CLASSICAL DROP LEAF BREAKFAST TABLE. Ca. 1825, mahogany and mahogany veneers with cherry secondary wood and brass string inlay. School of New York City cabinetmaker, Michael Allison. Elaborately-carved pedestal base ending with animal paw

Lot: 165 - THREE AMERICAN SILHOUETTES.

THREE AMERICAN SILHOUETTES. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Three hollow cut. Man and a woman wearing a hair comb, probably husband and wife. And an inked portrait of a woman wearing a hair comb with gold inked detail. Sheet brass

Lot: 166 - AMERICAN SILHOUETTE OF A MAN.

AMERICAN SILHOUETTE OF A MAN. Possibly by the Puffy Sleeve Artist (ca.1830-1831). Hollow cut with inked clothing. Stains. Sheet brass frame. 5.25"h. 4.5"w.

Lot: 167 - AMERICAN SILHOUETTE.

AMERICAN SILHOUETTE. Second quarter-19th century. Cutwork silhouette of woman in a bonnet. Good detail. Gilt frame with black overpaint, 5.75"h. 5"w. Ex Mary Thornton, sold at Garth's, January 1976.

Lot: 168 - SILHOUETTE OF A WOMAN.

SILHOUETTE OF A WOMAN. Probably by Auguste Edouart (France, 1789-1861). Seated woman with newspaper. Pen and ink label "Mrs. Edward Bicknell, 5th April, 1938". Late oval frame, 14.5"h. 12"w.

Lot: 169 - PORTRAIT OF A MAN.

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Probably by Auguste Edouart (France, 1789-1861). Seated man with newspaper. Pen and ink label "John Ryland Esqr. Commissioner, 7th March, 1938". Late oval frame, 14.5"h. 12"w.

Lot: 170 - FOUR "MCQUEEN'S FOX HUNTINGS" PRINTS.

FOUR "MCQUEEN'S FOX HUNTINGS" PRINTS. Published in London, 1878, engraved by W. Summers after John Sturgess. Aquatints with handcoloring. Also marked Berlin, A. Stiefbold & Co. Plates 1 through 4. "A Favorite Fixture, Gone Away, Over a Stiff

Lot: 171 - PAIR OF PORTRAITS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND

PAIR OF PORTRAITS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Watercolor on heavy stock, unsigned. Distinguished husband and wife (reputedly Mr. and Mrs. Howe of New York City) seated in extensively decorated parlors. 14"h. 12.5"w., in matching

Lot: 172 - TWO MINIATURE PORTRAITS.

TWO MINIATURE PORTRAITS. Probably American, 1st half-19th century, watercolor on paper. Woman with elaborate bonnet and fur stole. 6"h. 5.25"w. And a man with white highlights in his hair. 5.5"h. 4.75"w. Ex Quinn & Sturdivant (Ohio). Papier

Lot: 173 - AMERICAN TRANSITIONAL BUTLER'S CHEST.

AMERICAN TRANSITIONAL BUTLER'S CHEST. Second quarter-19th century, curly maple with poplar secondary. Sheraton to Empire with dovetailed cockbeaded drawers and turned feet. Top opens to fitted desk interior. Original wooden pulls. Refinished, minor

Lot: 174 - FRAMED FAMILY SILHOUETTES.

FRAMED FAMILY SILHOUETTES. Probably American, early 19th century, watercolor on laid paper. Cutout portraits of husband and wife and their three children, all displayed on painted rose branches tied with bows. Glued down with light toning. Framed,

Lot: 175 - TWO SILHOUETTES BY WILLIAM HENRY BROWN (AMERICAN

TWO SILHOUETTES BY WILLIAM HENRY BROWN (AMERICAN 1808-1883). Full-length cutout portraits of Zachary Taylor and wife. Both on matching lithographic backgrounds. Taylor is signed in ink on backing paper "Wm. Henry Brown Artist, Gen. Taylor &

Lot: 176 - AMERICAN DECORATED SHERATON STAND.

AMERICAN DECORATED SHERATON STAND. Second quarter-19th century, poplar. Well-turned legs. Green vinegar sponging by "...Gus Knapp, July 1977". 28.75"h. 24"w. 17.75"d.

Lot: 177 - AMERICAN WINDSOR-STYLE ROCKER.

AMERICAN WINDSOR-STYLE ROCKER. New Hampshire, 2nd half-20th century. Impressed "D.R. Dimes". Comb-back rocker with distressed dark green paint. 16" seat, 48"h.

Lot: 178 - AMERICAN PEWTER TANKARD MUG.

AMERICAN PEWTER TANKARD MUG. Touch mark for Francis Bassett II (New York City/New Jersey, 1749-1783). Scrolled handle and thumb latch. A few faint surface dings. 7.25"h.

Lot: 179 - AMERICAN PAPER CUTOUT.

AMERICAN PAPER CUTOUT. Late 19th century. Detailed cutout of boy and deer below a tree filled with birds. Signed "Miss Anna Isaac". Light stains. 14.25"h. 10.5"w.

Lot: 180 - PAIR OF ENGRAVED ENGLISH PEWTER PLATES.

PAIR OF ENGRAVED ENGLISH PEWTER PLATES. Touches for Henry Sewdley (ca. 1738). Centers engraved with potted tulips, rims have armorial shields. Hammered booge. 9.5"d.

Lot: 181 - AMERICAN PEWTER MUG.

AMERICAN PEWTER MUG. Touch for Robert Palethorp Jr. (Philadelphia, 1817-1822). Jacobs #224. 4.25"h.

Lot: 182 - AMERICAN PEWTER MUG.

AMERICAN PEWTER MUG. Attributed to the Danforth family (Connecticut, late 18th-19th century). Scrolled handle. 6"h.

Lot: 183 - ENGLISH TULIP MUG.

ENGLISH TULIP MUG. Touch for Townsend & Compton (ca. 1784 - 1811). Also stamped "WR" with crown. 4.5"h.

Lot: 184 - AMERICAN PEWTER PLATE.

AMERICAN PEWTER PLATE. Touch for William Will (Philadelphia, 1764-1798). Jacobs #283, 8.25"d.

Lot: 185 - THREE AMERICAN PEWTER PLATES.

THREE AMERICAN PEWTER PLATES. Philadelphia, late 18th century. "Love" touch with "London" sometimes attributed to John Andrew Brunstrom. One 7.75"d., two 8.25"d.

Lot: 186 - THREE AMERICAN PEWTER PLATES.

THREE AMERICAN PEWTER PLATES. Late 18th-early 19th century. Marked. One by Frederick Bassett (New York City/Connecticut). Jacobs #24, 9"d., and two by Blakeslee Barnes (Philadelphia). J #14, 15. 8", 9"d.

Lot: 187 - TWO AMERICAN PEWTER PLATES.

TWO AMERICAN PEWTER PLATES. Late 18th-1st half 19th century. Touch for David Melville (Rhode Island, 1755-1793), Jacobs #214, 8.25"d. Ex Bette and Melvyn Wolf (Michigan). And Thomas Danforth Boardman (Connecticut), J #39, 10.75"d.

Lot: 188 - AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED CORNER CUPBOARD.

AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED CORNER CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. One-piece cupboard with old alligatored yellow, tan and green paint. Square nail construction. Two top doors with twelve panes of glass and two blind doors below. Interior shelves.

Lot: 189 - OHIO AMISH DRYSINK.

OHIO AMISH DRYSINK. Holmes County, 2nd half-19th century, walnut and chestnut. Open well with single door in base. Red paint over original yellow. 33"h. 56"w. 20.25"d.

Lot: 190 - PAIR OF DELFT CHARGERS.

PAIR OF DELFT CHARGERS. Eighteenth century. Three-color hand decoration with flower basket surrounded by insects. Varying rim chips. 13.75"d.

Lot: 191 - PENNSYLVANIA FIREBOARD.

PENNSYLVANIA FIREBOARD. Ca 1840, pine. Multiple boards with original paint of tree and stone house with rosy sky. Some edge chips. 34.5"h. 33.75"w. Ex Antique Associates at West Townsend (Massachusetts), pictured in their Maine Antique Digest ad,

Lot: 192 - AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE INLAID CHEST OF DRAWERS.

AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE INLAID CHEST OF DRAWERS. Possibly Kentucky, late 18th-early 19th century, walnut with poplar secondary. Four dovetailed drawers with cockbeading, two-board top and French feet. Inlaid vining flower pots on stiles. Refinished

Lot: 193 - PAIR OF AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIRS.

PAIR OF AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIRS. Mid 18th century, maple. Carved crests, vase splats, "H" stretchers, and pad feet. Replaced slip seats. Imperfections. 18.5" seat, 43"h.

Lot: 194 - AMERICAN BEDWARMER AND CHESTNUT ROASTER.

AMERICAN BEDWARMER AND CHESTNUT ROASTER. Nineteenth century. Brass pierced pans with turned wooden handles. 30", 42"l.

Lot: 195 - AMERICAN FEDERAL-STYLE SOFA.

AMERICAN FEDERAL-STYLE SOFA. Late 20th century. Reeded front legs and posts with scrolled arms. Carved crest. 33.5"h. 68.5"l.

Lot: 196 - CONNECTICUT QUEEN ANNE HIGH CHEST.

CONNECTICUT QUEEN ANNE HIGH CHEST. New London County, ca. 1760, maple with pine secondary. Bonnet top with broken arch pediment with carved pinwheels and carved thistle and twist finials. Three dovetailed, cockbeaded drawers, the center drawer with

Lot: 197 - AMERICAN INLAID CORNER CUPBOARD.

AMERICAN INLAID CORNER CUPBOARD. Twentieth century, mixed woods including maple and oak. Two-piece cupboard with dovetailed drawer and tombstone panel doors below and sixteen-glass pane doors above. Inlaid vining tulips. Branded "Virginia Craftsman

Lot: 198 - TWO AMERICAN BOOKPLATES.

TWO AMERICAN BOOKPLATES. First half-19th century, watercolor on paper. Baskets of flowers. One dated "1830", 5" x 5". And finely painted tulips in bright colors. 5.75"h. 3.75"w.

Lot: 199 - AMERICAN MINIATURE MEMORIAL.

AMERICAN MINIATURE MEMORIAL. Second quarter-19th century, watercolor on paper. Woman under a willow with a memorial "Mrs. Abagail, wife of Mr. Josiah Moody, died March 31st, AD 1825 in the 67th year of her age". Frame made by Tom King, 6.5"h. 6"w.

Lot: 200 - AMERICAN WATERCOLOR.

AMERICAN WATERCOLOR. Probably Pennsylvania, mid 19th century, watercolor and ink on paper. Lovebirds in heart with flowers. Framed, 7"h. 6"w.

Lot: 201 - AMERICAN WATERCOLOR PAINTING.

AMERICAN WATERCOLOR PAINTING. Mid 19th century, ink and watercolor on paper. Gathering near a stream initialed "JKN". Creases. Gilt frame, 6.5"h. 8"w. overall.

Lot: 202 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Golden amber with long neck. Light scratches, a few blisters, pinpoint potstone. 8"h.

Lot: 203 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Light amber/olive. Some light scratches, small blisters, one open. 7"h.

Lot: 204 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Golden amber. Light scratches, small blisters, one open. 7.5"h.

Lot: 205 - HUDSON RIVER VALLEY BY THOMAS BENJAMIN POPE (NEW

HUDSON RIVER VALLEY BY THOMAS BENJAMIN POPE (NEW YORK, 1834-1891). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Hudson River Valley with West Point. Sail boats in the background and a cadet with fiancee in the foreground. 12"h. 22"w., gilt frame, 16"h. 26"w.

Lot: 206 - AMERICAN BURL BOWL.

AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Large bowl with wear from use. Rim chip. 7"h. 17.5"d.

Lot: 207 - TWO AMERICAN DECOYS.

TWO AMERICAN DECOYS. Second half-20th century. Glass eyes, original paint and finely carved feather detail. Canvasback by Ken Furia, signed and dated 6/80. Label for 1980 Great Mississippi Valley Fair International Decoy Contest. 13.5"l. And

Lot: 208 - FOUR AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS.

FOUR AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS. Second half-20th century. Original paint. Two by the same hand with carved detail, 14"l., and two with faded paper labels. Mallard drake by David Martin, 15.5"l., and redhead drake from Detroit, 15"l. Imperfections.

Lot: 209 - AMERICAN WORK TABLE.

AMERICAN WORK TABLE. First half-19th century, pine. One dovetailed drawer, turned legs and feet, single board top with breadboard ends. Old red paint. 30.5"h. 50.5"w. 30.25"d. Ex Antique Associates at West Townsend (Massachusetts).

Lot: 210 - AMERICAN BOOKPLATE.

AMERICAN BOOKPLATE. Probably Pennsylvania, 1st quarter-19th century, watercolor on laid paper. Oversize bookplate with black swan, flowers and the name "Johan Jacob hain". Imperfections. Painted frame, 17.5"h. 11.75"w. Ex John Gordon (New York).

Lot: 211 - FOLK ART PAINTING.

FOLK ART PAINTING. American, early 20th century. Oil on canvas, initialed "GL". Stereotype image of African American boy and girl eating watermelon on the porch of a sharecropper's cabin. Details include skunk pelt, sunflowers, graffiti, and an

Lot: 212 - PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTUR.

PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTUR. Watercolor and ink on paper. Colorful parrots, flowers and roosters surround a center reserve with German text recording an 1817 birth in Columbia County, Miflin (sic) Township. Blanks left for later dates. Rebacked on paper,

Lot: 213 - AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST.

AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, pine. Six-board dovetailed case with original turned feet, applied reeding above base molding and dentil molding on the lid. Two iron handles. Old grain paint has crazing. Interior has wrought

Lot: 214 - LARGE AMERICAN BURL BOWL.

LARGE AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. 6"h. 18"d.

Lot: 215 - AMERICAN BURL BOWL.

AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Good figure and scrubbed surface. 3.75"h. 13"d.

Lot: 216 - AMERICAN BURL BOWL.

AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Age split in center, old refinishing. 3.5"h. 13"d.

Lot: 217 - AMERICAN BURL BOWL.

AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Thick tapered walls. Old refinishing. 4.5"h. 12"d.

Lot: 218 - PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Blue-eyed woman wearing a fancy bonnet, pearls and a lace shawl. Restoration. 34"h. 26.25"w., framed, 40.5"h. 32.75"w.

Lot: 219 - LANDSCAPE PAINTING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH

LANDSCAPE PAINTING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Hudson River Valley scene with two hunters in the foreground, one lying on the ground. Restoration. 14"h. 20"w., gilt frame, 18"h. 24"w.

Lot: 220 - AMERICAN ROCKING CHAIR.

AMERICAN ROCKING CHAIR. Mid 19th century, maple. Rope turnings, spindle back. Splint seat. 15.5"h. seat, 38"h. overall.

Lot: 221 - SHAKER SIDE CHAIR.

SHAKER SIDE CHAIR. Late 19th century. Ladderback with turned finials, splint seat with green paint and built-in tilters in the back feet. 16"h. seat, 41.5"h. overall.

Lot: 222 - MT. LEBANON SHAKER ROCKER.

MT. LEBANON SHAKER ROCKER. Late 19th century. Stenciled label "Shaker's No. 6, Trade Mark, Mt. Lebanon, NY". Turned finials, shawl bar, mushroom cap arms, and replaced tape seat. 16"h. seat, 41"h. overall.

Lot: 223 - AMERICAN THEOREM.

AMERICAN THEOREM. Mid 19th century, watercolor on paper. Bouquet of flowers with banner "Souvenir". Ex Sackheim Collection, sold at Garth's, April 1981. Framed, 9.25"h. 7.25"w.

Lot: 224 - FAMILY SILHOUETTE.

FAMILY SILHOUETTE. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Husband and wife taking tea with four children. Shiny black paper with pinprick details. Minor wear and small patches. In late smoked frame by Tom King, 14.25"h. 20.5"w.

Lot: 225 - SILHOUETTE OF A WOMAN.

SILHOUETTE OF A WOMAN. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Highly detailed inked three-quarters portrait of a seated woman with lace shawl and cap, holding a book. Unframed, 4.25"h. 3.25"w.

Lot: 226 - ENGLISH INLAID PEMBROKE TABLE.

ENGLISH INLAID PEMBROKE TABLE. Ca. 1820, mahogany with pine secondary. Oval top with bowfront dovetailed drawer. Tapered legs and brass casters. Refinished with minor surface wear. 29"h. 20.5"w. with 10.5" leaves. 33.75"d.

Lot: 227 - ENGLISH CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIR.

ENGLISH CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIR. Second half-19th century, mahogany. Ball and claw feet, carved shells on crest and knees. Minor repairs. Reupholstered slip seat. 18" seat, 39"h.

Lot: 228 - THREE PIECES OF ENGLISH LEEDSWARE.

THREE PIECES OF ENGLISH LEEDSWARE. Late 18th-early 19th century. Green feather edge plate with polychrome flowers, 8.75"d., teapot with dome lid and floral design. 10.75"h., and a covered sugar with sprigs and fans, 5.75"h. Imperfections.

Lot: 229 - NINE ENGLISH PLATES.

NINE ENGLISH PLATES. First half-19th century. Eight softpaste and one Staffordshire plate with molded rims and floral hand decoration. Three have transfer centers, including a child's verse "Obedience". Imperfections. 4" to 8.5"d.

Lot: 230 - MINIATURE BY JH GILLESPIE (UNITED KINGDOM, FL.

MINIATURE BY JH GILLESPIE (UNITED KINGDOM, FL. 1810-1838). Watercolor on paper, labeled on back. Young boy. Printed label on back "Likenesses drawn in one minute by JH Gillespie, Profile Painter". Papier mache frame, 5"h. 4"w.

Lot: 231 - MINIATURE BY JH GILLESPIE (UNITED KINGDOM, FL.

MINIATURE BY JH GILLESPIE (UNITED KINGDOM, FL. 1810-1838). Watercolor on paper, labeled on back. Gentleman identified on back as "Dr. Bowlthurst of Woodhouse___Park". Printed label "IH Gillespie Miniature Painter". Minor flaking. Papier mache

Lot: 232 - SILHOUETTES OF CHILDREN.

SILHOUETTES OF CHILDREN. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Full-length cutout figures of boy with hoop and girl with flower basket, most likely brother and sister. Gilt inked accents. Faint signature in painted landscape below "F. Et..."

Lot: 233 - REVERSE GLASS SILHOUETTE OF "THE CARY FAMILY".

REVERSE GLASS SILHOUETTE OF "THE CARY FAMILY". American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Reverse inked image of five members of the family with elaborate border. "The Cary Family, Boston, U.S.A." Framed, 12"h. 14"w.

Lot: 234 - REVERSE GLASS IMAGE OF BRITISH SAILING SHIP.

REVERSE GLASS IMAGE OF BRITISH SAILING SHIP. England, mid 19th century. Black inked image of war ship with cannons and other sailing ships. Elaborate border. "C. Hawkins...Gravesend" framer's label on back. Bird's-eye maple veneer frame, 16.75"h.

Lot: 235 - MINIATURE RELIEF PLAQUE OF LAFAYETTE.

MINIATURE RELIEF PLAQUE OF LAFAYETTE. American or European, 19th century. Well-detailed profile carving. Round frame, 3.25"d.

Lot: 236 - NEEDLEWORK AND THEOREM.

NEEDLEWORK AND THEOREM. American and European, mid 19th century. Paint on silk theorem with bright yellow basket of fruit. Some tears in silk. Framed, 9"h. 11"w. And a small silk needlework of flowers and leaves. Framed, 7.25"h. 5.75"w.

Lot: 237 - REVERSE GLASS SILHOUETTE OF "E. GIBBON".

REVERSE GLASS SILHOUETTE OF "E. GIBBON". England, 19th century. Eglomise full-length portrait with gilt accents "E. Gibbon, The Historian" with inked label on back. Bird's-eye veneer frame, 9"h. 7.5"w.

Lot: 238 - PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Mid 18th century. Petal bases, scalloped rims. 9.25"h. Ex Bill Samaha (Ohio).

Lot: 239 - PAIR OF FRENCH BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

PAIR OF FRENCH BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Second half-18th century. Seamed construction, scalloped bases, threaded posts, and paneled sockets. Engraved designs. 9.25"h.

Lot: 240 - TWO BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

TWO BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Probably Spain, late 17th century. Both have domed bases. Smaller has extractor holes and threaded post. 7.5"h. Taller has traces of seam and solder on the underside. 9"h.

Lot: 241 - THREE BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

THREE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Spain or Netherlands, late 17th century. All with square bases. Two similar with faceted knobs and threaded bases, 6.5", 6.75"h. And a single with paneled stem and soldered base. 7"h.

Lot: 242 - AMERICAN PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN.

AMERICAN PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. Second quarter-19th century, pastel on paper. Nicely done portrait of man with slight smile. Some wear. Eglomise mat and gilt frame have wear, 22.75"h. 17.75"w.

Lot: 243 - PORTRAIT OF MOTHER AND CHILD (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 1ST

PORTRAIT OF MOTHER AND CHILD (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 1ST HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Woman with ringlets and her child with coral jewelry, both dressed in lace. Restoration. Wilton, Connecticut Historical Society Exhibition sticker from

Lot: 244 - PAIR OF INKED SILHOUETTES.

PAIR OF INKED SILHOUETTES. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Inked portraits of husband and wife with some gold detail. Later penciled notations on backing for Grandpapa and Grandmama Gibson, married in 1825 and their birth and death

Lot: 245 - TWO AMERICAN CANDLE STANDS.

TWO AMERICAN CANDLE STANDS. Late 18th-early 19th century, maple. Square tops and turned columns. Curly maple with pad feet, 27"h. 16" x 16". And curly maple top, chip carved detail. 28.25"h. 15.75" x 16". Refinished with small repairs.

Lot: 246 - AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK.

AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK. Second half-18th century, cherry with oak secondary. Four dovetailed graduated drawers, ogee bracket feet and plain fitted interior. Refinished with some imperfections. 30.5" writing height. 41.75"h. 41"w.

Lot: 247 - PORTRAIT OF ZONAS COWLES BY GILBERT STUART

PORTRAIT OF ZONAS COWLES BY GILBERT STUART (AMERICAN, 1755-1828). Oil on wooden panel, unsigned. Young man with blue eyes. Age split with restoration. 30"h. 24"w., framed, 38.5"h. 34.25"w. Ex Kennedy Gallery (New York). According to a copy of a

Lot: 248 - AMERICAN DECORATED STEPBACK CUPBOARD.

AMERICAN DECORATED STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine and poplar. Two-piece cupboard with square nails, eight dovetailed drawers and two eight-pane doors above. Molded cornice, interior shelves. Original grain-painted decoration. Missing

Lot: 249 - AMERICAN THEOREM.

AMERICAN THEOREM. Mid 19th century, watercolor on paper. Basket of fruit. Minor flaking. Curly maple frame, 16.25"h. 19.25"w.

Lot: 250 - CHILDREN PLAYING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH

CHILDREN PLAYING (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. From Fall River, Massachusetts. Two children and a woman pretending to be a ghost. Restoration. Wilton, Connecticut Historical Society Exhibition sticker from 2003.

Lot: 251 - AMERICAN DECORATED TRUNK.

AMERICAN DECORATED TRUNK. Mid 19th century, pine. Dovetailed with original red flame grain paint. Iron lock and handles. Surface nicks and wear. 11.25"h. 25.5"w. 14.25"d.

Lot: 252 - TINSEL PICTURE AND NEEDLEWORK.

TINSEL PICTURE AND NEEDLEWORK. American, late 19th-early 20th century. Reverse painted floral wreath on white. Inpainting. Gilt frame. 21.25"h. 25.25"w. And needlework with raised parrot and basket of flowers in wool. Decorated frame, 18"h. 18"w.

Lot: 253 - MALLARD DUCKS BY GEORGE MAJEWICZ (GERMANY,

MALLARD DUCKS BY GEORGE MAJEWICZ (GERMANY, 1897-1973). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Mallards landing in a pond. 27"h. 24"w., framed, 35"h. 30"w.

Lot: 254 - MIRROR FRAME DECORATED BY GUS KNAPP (OHIO, 2ND

MIRROR FRAME DECORATED BY GUS KNAPP (OHIO, 2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). Mid 19th-century frame with replaced mirror. Signed and dated 1984 on back. Minor veneer loss. 22.5"h. 16"w.

Lot: 255 - VERMONT SAMPLER.

VERMONT SAMPLER. Peacham, Caledonia County, ca. 1833, silk on linen. Two-story white house surrounded by pine trees and a pair of large bluebirds, rows of alphabets and a verse. Wide floral vine border. Signed "Wrought by Betsey Lusina Harvey under

Lot: 256 - ENGLISH MELON SHAPED TEA CADDY.

ENGLISH MELON SHAPED TEA CADDY. Late 18th century. Carved elongated melon form with crosshatched end. Brass escutcheon and wooden pull. Worn paper lining. 5.25"h. 8"l.

Lot: 257 - TORTOISE SHELL TEA CADDY.

TORTOISE SHELL TEA CADDY. American or English, 1st half-19th century. Tortoise-shell veneer with button feet and two interior compartments with shell lids. Lid has silver monogrammed plaque and blue velvet lining. Faint age split. 5.25"h. 7"w.

Lot: 258 - SAMPLER.

SAMPLER. Possibly Canada, dated 1836, silk on linen. Included with rows of alphabets, trees, baskets and crowns are the words, "King Queen P's Duke Marquess". Signed by nine-year-old Mary Ann Osborn. Framed 18"h. 15"w. Note on back states

Lot: 259 - ADAM AND EVE SAMPLER.

ADAM AND EVE SAMPLER. English or American, dated 1848, silk on canvas. Adam and Eve stand under the apple tree surrounded by paired baskets and potted plants. Signed by ten-year-old Charlot Theaker. Figured maple frame, 21"h. 21.50"w.

Lot: 260 - SAMPLER.

SAMPLER. England, dated 1796, silk on wool. Minutely stitched verses, floral baskets, birds, crowns and borders. Signed by eleven-year-old Jane Harrison. Framed, 22.25"h. 16.50"w. Note on back gives her married name as Mrs James Dresser.

Lot: 261 - SEVEN CARVINGS BY DANIEL AND BARBARA STRAWSER.

SEVEN CARVINGS BY DANIEL AND BARBARA STRAWSER. Pennsylvania, 20th century, initialed and dated. Original paint. Two eagles, rooster' and an owl, 3.5" to 6.25"h., a parrot on branch, 9.25"h., and a bird tree, 24.5"h. Together with a standing militia

Lot: 262 - INLAID HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD.

INLAID HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD. Possibly Pennsylvania, 18th century, pine. Paneled door over shelf with shaped sides. Fleur-de-lys inlay. 33"h. 26"w. 11.5"d.

Lot: 263 - AMERICAN HOOKED RUG.

AMERICAN HOOKED RUG. Early 20th century. Steam locomotive and bystanders. Mounted on board, 21.5"h. 36"w.

Lot: 264 - EIGHT AMERICAN POTTERY PIGGY BANKS.

EIGHT AMERICAN POTTERY PIGGY BANKS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Varying glaze including sponging and running glaze. 2.25"h. 3.5"l. to 4"h. 6"l.

Lot: 265 - NINE AMERICAN POTTERY PIGGY BANKS.

NINE AMERICAN POTTERY PIGGY BANKS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Varying glaze including sponging and running glaze. A few hairlines. 2"h. 3.25"l. to 4.25"h. 6.5"l.

Lot: 266 - AMERICAN CAPTAIN'S CHAIR.

AMERICAN CAPTAIN'S CHAIR. Second half-19th century, pine. Original robin's egg blue paint. Wear and repair. 16"h. seat, 27.5"h. overall.

Lot: 267 - TWO AMERICAN MIRRORS.

TWO AMERICAN MIRRORS. Mid 19th century. Curly maple veneer. Similar. Replaced mirrors. 20.5"h. 16.75"w.

Lot: 268 - BARNYARD SCENE BY LESLIE COPE (AMERICAN,

BARNYARD SCENE BY LESLIE COPE (AMERICAN, 1913-2002). Oil on masonite, signed and dated 1969 lower right. Pigs and milk wagon. 12.5"h. 16.5"w., framed, 17.5"h. 21.5"w.

Lot: 269 - AMISH BUGGY BY LESLIE COPE (AMERICAN, 1913-2002).

AMISH BUGGY BY LESLIE COPE (AMERICAN, 1913-2002). Oil on masonite, signed and dated 1970 lower right. Buggy outside houses and barn. 12"h. 16"w., framed, 16"h. 20"w.

Lot: 270 - PAIR OF PORTRAITS ATTRIBUTED TO ZEDEKIAH BELKNAP

PAIR OF PORTRAITS ATTRIBUTED TO ZEDEKIAH BELKNAP (AMERICAN, 1781-1858). Oil on wooden panels, unsigned. Portraits of a husband and wife. The woman is wearing a black dress with white lace collar, a gold necklace, and a red shawl. The man is wearing

Lot: 271 - AMISH WARDROBE.

AMISH WARDROBE. Amana, Ohio, ca. 1860, walnut with pine secondary. Paneled doors, bracket feet and cove molded cornice. Interior shelf and wooden pegs. Refinished, replaced foot posts. 71.5"h. 48.5"w. 24.5"d.

Lot: 272 - AMERICAN THEOREM.

AMERICAN THEOREM. Mid 19th century, watercolor on paper. Variety of flowers in bright colors with initials "MS" below. Mahogany veneer frame, 14"h. 16.75"w.

Lot: 273 - SANDWICH TRUMPET VASE.

SANDWICH TRUMPET VASE. Third quarter-19th century. Green ruffle edge neck and base with clambroth sawtooth or mitre diamond body. 10.5"h.

Lot: 274 - SANDWICH TRUMPET VASE.

SANDWICH TRUMPET VASE. Third quarter-19th century. Blue ruffle edge neck and base with clambroth sawtooth or mitre diamond body. 9"h.

Lot: 275 - PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Young woman in green seated before an open window. Photo of Ashton and Browning Philadelphia preparer's label included. Restoration. 30.5"h. 25"w., framed,

Lot: 276 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Amber. A few light scratches and a small potstone. 9.5"h.

Lot: 277 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Honey amber. Minor imperfections. 7.5"h.

Lot: 278 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Deep amber. Surface wear. 7.25"h.

Lot: 279 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Reddish amber. Light scratches, tiny potstone. 8"h.

Lot: 280 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Pale olive. Light scratches. 7.5"h.

Lot: 281 - AMERICAN BOWBACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR.

AMERICAN BOWBACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR. Nineteenth century, mixed woods including oak. Saddle seat, bamboo turnings and exaggerated bowback. 17"h. seat, 37.25"h. overall.

Lot: 282 - THREE FRAMED FRAKTUR BY TOM KING (2ND HALF-20TH

THREE FRAMED FRAKTUR BY TOM KING (2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). Watercolor on paper. Elaborate designs, each in a hand carved frame with birds and painted decoration. Fraktur and frames signed. 11"h. 6'w., 10"h. 7"w., and 14"h. 16"w.

Lot: 283 - AMERICAN BLANKET BOX.

AMERICAN BLANKET BOX. Mid 19th century, pine. Six panel box with square nail construction and original slate blue paint. Divided interior. Edge wear. 23.5"h. 37"w. 21"d.

Lot: 284 - AMERICAN BOOKPLATE.

AMERICAN BOOKPLATE. Probably Pennsylvania, watercolor and ink on paper. Well done with German text noting this hymnal book given to "…Magdalena Burkholder…1829" and bird and tulip border. Painted frame, 7.5"h. 5.25"w.

Lot: 285 - AMERICAN WATERCOLOR.

AMERICAN WATERCOLOR. Mid 19th century, watercolor and blue ink on paper. Heart with tulip, more hearts, and "New Year, 1846". Minor imperfections. Gilt frame, 8"h. 9"w.

Lot: 286 - AMERICAN WATERCOLOR.

AMERICAN WATERCOLOR. Probably Pennsylvania, watercolor and ink on paper. Calligraphic "L" with two faint words and "1841" below. Foxing and light stains. 8.75"h. 8"w.

Lot: 287 - THREE AMERICAN FOLK ART BIRD CARVINGS.

THREE AMERICAN FOLK ART BIRD CARVINGS. Possibly Ohio, mid 20th century. Original paint and glass eyes. 6.5", 6.5", 7"h. overall.

Lot: 288 - TEN BIRD CARVINGS BY HELEN LAY STRONG (NEW YORK,

TEN BIRD CARVINGS BY HELEN LAY STRONG (NEW YORK, 1915-1994). Labeled on underside. Assorted songbirds on various driftwood bases. Paper labels include bird names. 1.25" to 4"h.

Lot: 289 - AMERICAN GRAIN DECORATED BOX.

AMERICAN GRAIN DECORATED BOX. Mid 19th century, pine. Dome top document box with brass bale handle and escutcheon. Original faux mahogany grain painting. Minor wear. 8.75"h. 18"w. 9.25"d.

Lot: 290 - SEVEN SHAKER ITEMS.

SEVEN SHAKER ITEMS. Late 19th century. Four brushes with bristles, dyed fiber and horsehair. Turned handles. Possibly Canterbury. 16" to 27.5"l. Ex Doug Towle, (New Hampshire). Peg rail section from Mt. Lebanon. Restained. 24"l. Together with

Lot: 291 - SELBY DUCK PRINT COMMON SHELL-DRAKE.

SELBY DUCK PRINT COMMON SHELL-DRAKE . Handcolored engraving on paper. Large folio signed on the plate for Prideaux John Selby (England, 1788-1867). Plate XLVIII. Some toning. Unframed, 20.5"h. 25"w.

Lot: 292 - ENGRAVED PEWTER CHARGER.

ENGRAVED PEWTER CHARGER. Probably American, early 19th century. Heavily engraved with scallops on the rim and tulips in the center. Partial crowned touch on the rim. 14.25"d.

Lot: 293 - EUROPEAN FAIENCE RING FLASK.

EUROPEAN FAIENCE RING FLASK. Nineteenth century. Blue decoration, applied strap loops. Some edge loss. 8"h.

Lot: 294 - PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK.

PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK. Third quarter-18th century, cherry with pine secondary. Four graduated, dovetailed thumbmolded drawers with replaced brasses. Fluted quarter columns and ogee bracket feet. Fitted, shaped interior with fan

Lot: 295 - SEVEN ENGLISH BIRD PRINTS.

SEVEN ENGLISH BIRD PRINTS. Eighteenth century, handcolored engravings on laid paper. Two from George Edwards' Natural History of Birds, signed and dated on the plate. "Blue Jay and ... Redbird..." 1755 and a duck of Catesby, 1745, and original text

Lot: 296 - SEVEN BIRD PRINTS.

SEVEN BIRD PRINTS. Nineteenth century. Three ornithology engravings with details of heads, beaks and feet. 24"h. 21"w. And three handcolored engravings of grouse by Rider, engraved by Lizars, 5.25"h. 8.5"w. and a Gould and Hart handcolored

Lot: 297 - AMERICAN ARMCHAIR.

AMERICAN ARMCHAIR. Second half 18th century, cherry. Chippendale armchair with stretcher base. Late upholstery. 41"h.

Lot: 298 - FOUR GERMAN KUGELS.

FOUR GERMAN KUGELS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Pale blue, green, gold and cobalt blue. Minor wear. 4.5"d.

Lot: 299 - THREE GERMAN KUGELS.

THREE GERMAN KUGELS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Pale gold/silver, medium blue and red. Minor wear. 5.5", 7", 8"d.

Lot: 300 - MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE BLOCK FRONT CHEST ON

MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE BLOCK FRONT CHEST ON CHEST. Boston or Salem, ca. 1765, mahogany and pine secondary. A very fine, rare and important chest on chest. The upper case has a swan neck pediment terminating in carved rosette and a flame finial.

Lot: 301 - BENNINGTON STAG SPILL VASE.

BENNINGTON STAG SPILL VASE. Vermont, ca. 1849-1858. Rare reclining stag with tree stump and coleslaw grass. Olive flint enamel. Well-done replacement antlers. 10.75"h. 11.5"l. See plate 365 in Bennington Pottery and Porcelain by Barret.

Lot: 302 - BENNINGTON TEAPOT.

BENNINGTON TEAPOT. Vermont, mid 19th century. Flint enamel with blue accents. Conical lid. 6.75"h.

Lot: 303 - BENNINGTON HOUND HANDLED PITCHER.

BENNINGTON HOUND HANDLED PITCHER. Vermont, mid 19th century. Rockingham glaze. Molded hunt scene and grapevines. Dog has chain link collar. 8"h.

Lot: 304 - BENNINGTON BOOK FLASK.

BENNINGTON BOOK FLASK. Vermont, ca.1849-1858. Flint enamel glaze with good color. Rare small mark "Fenton's 1849 Patented Enamel" (Barret figure IX-c). Spine stamped "Hoo Doo Bible". Repaired lip. 6"h.

Lot: 305 - PAIR OF SIGNED BOSTON BRASS ANDIRONS.

PAIR OF SIGNED BOSTON BRASS ANDIRONS. Ca. 1815-1820. Stamped "Molineux, Boston" (John Molineux). Seamed construction, cannonball finials and slipper feet. 16.75"h.

Lot: 306 - TWO SPANISH CAPSTAN CANDLESTICKS.

TWO SPANISH CAPSTAN CANDLESTICKS. Second half-17th century. Both with extractor holes and riveted posts. 4.25", 4.75"h.

Lot: 307 - BRASS INKSTAND.

BRASS INKSTAND. Late 18th-early 19th century. Base with scalloped edge, candle socket, bell hook (with bell) and four removable accessories with lids including quill holder, inks and sander. Beaded rims. Threaded posts. 7"h. 9"w.

Lot: 308 - PENNSYLVANIA HEPPLEWHITE INLAID TALL CHEST.

PENNSYLVANIA HEPPLEWHITE INLAID TALL CHEST. Late 18th-early 19th century, walnut with pine secondary. Three dovetailed drawers over five with cockbeading and replaced pulls. Figured veneer drawer fronts with line inlay, inlay on cornice and fan on

Lot: 309 - EIGHT PIECES OF CANARYWARE.

EIGHT PIECES OF CANARYWARE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. All with raised designs and floral hand decoration. Seven plates including one with shells and one with birds, 5.5" to 8"d., and a creamer with silver resist, 5.25"h. Varying wear and

Lot: 310 - SIX PIECES OF CANARYWARE.

SIX PIECES OF CANARYWARE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Floral hand decoration. Child's mug, 2.25"h., and miniature creamer, 2.75"h., both with pink luster trim. Waste bowl, 3"h., gravy, 4"h., ex Elizabeth Bradley, (Wisconsin), and a pair of

Lot: 311 - SILHOUETTE OF WOMAN.

SILHOUETTE OF WOMAN. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Cutout full-length silhouette of woman seated at a Sheraton table with sewing box. Well-done white and brown inked detail with inked background. Rosewood veneer frame, 16"h. 13.75"w.

Lot: 312 - SILHOUETTES OF COUPLE BY AUGUSTE EDOUART (FRANCE,

SILHOUETTES OF COUPLE BY AUGUSTE EDOUART (FRANCE, 1789-1861). Signed in ink "Aug. Edouart fecit Saratoga, 1840". Full-length cutout portraits on a lithograph landscape. Curly maple veneer frame, 12.5"h. 8.75"w.

Lot: 313 - SILHOUETTE OF DRUMMER BOY BY AUGUSTE EDOUART

SILHOUETTE OF DRUMMER BOY BY AUGUSTE EDOUART (FRANCE, 1789-1861). Signed and dated "A. Edouart fecit Boston, 1840". Full-length cutout of young boy glued to an inked landscape background with identification "Stephen Woodward". Late frame, 10"h.

Lot: 314 - TWO PAIR OF SILHOUETTES.

TWO PAIR OF SILHOUETTES. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Cutout portraits of young couple identified as Henry (1809-1872) and Elizabeth 1813-1877) Ditman, 6"h. 8"w., and hollow cuts of older couple with inked detail "Timothy Carter

Lot: 315 - THREE SILHOUETTES OF WOMEN.

THREE SILHOUETTES OF WOMEN. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Hollow cut portraits of two women in caps (one identified as Elinor Prior) and one with a hair comb. Eglomise and reverse painted mats. Some wear. Framed, 6"h. 5"w.

Lot: 316 - THREE BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

THREE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Spain or Netherlands, late 17th century. Square bases and threaded posts. Baluster stem with extractor hole, 6"h., knob stem, 5"h., and barley twist with imperfections. 6.5"h.

Lot: 317 - FOUR BRASS TAPER STICKS.

FOUR BRASS TAPER STICKS. American and European, 19th-20th century. Three earlier taper sticks with riveted or threaded posts. 2.75" to 4.25"h. And a late one with mid drip pan, 4"h.

Lot: 318 - TWO BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

TWO BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Probably Spain, late 17th century. Octagonal base with threaded post and extractor hole, 5.5"h., and one with a mid drip pan and threaded wrought iron rod. 10.5"h.

Lot: 319 - FOUR BRASS LIGHTING DEVICES.

FOUR BRASS LIGHTING DEVICES. American or European, 19th-20th century. Chamberstick with snuffer and scissor wick trimmers. Loss at push up. 5"h. Scissor wick trimmers and tray, and a pair of late Spanish-style candlesticks with stylized paw feet.

Lot: 320 - SAMPLER.

SAMPLER. England, dated 1815, silk on linen. Large sampler with sailing ships, buildings and figures in red and white striped trousers. The maker, Mary Brown gives her parents' names, James and Mary as well as her teacher, Sarah Pearsan. Her age

Lot: 321 - SAMPLER.

SAMPLER. Probably Scotland, early 19th century, silk on canvas. Minute stitches in rows of alphabets, proverbs and decorative bands. Signed Elizabeth Vincent. Framed, 12"h. 10"w.

Lot: 322 - SAMPLER.

SAMPLER. England, dated 1830, silk on wool. All worked in diminutive stitches, rows of alphabets, undulating floral vines, verse, stylized trees, and plump birds. Signed by nine-year-old Susanna Matilda Grego. Framed, 17.5"h 16"w. Susanna,

Lot: 323 - SAMPLER.

SAMPLER. Probably England, dated 1837, silk on linen. Nine-year-old Elizabeth Alderman included a pair of green parrots as well as baskets, crowns, potted plants and her name and date on her sampler. Matte window 11.5"h. 12.5"w., frame, 18.25"h.

Lot: 324 - PENNSYLVANIA TILT-TOP TABLE.

PENNSYLVANIA TILT-TOP TABLE. Chester County, 2nd half-18th century, walnut. Dish top, birdcage and turned column. Refinished, repairs. 29.5"h. 33.5"d.

Lot: 325 - MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE ARMCHAIR.

MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE ARMCHAIR. Ca. 1780, birch. Pierced "owl" splat, carved ears and scrolled arms. 17"h. seat, 38.5"h. overall.

Lot: 326 - NEW ENGLAND ARMCHAIR.

NEW ENGLAND ARMCHAIR. Ca. 1730. Ladderback with scrolled arms and turned finials and stretcher. Old black paint, reupholstered. Repaired arms. 16"h. seat, 43"h. overall.

Lot: 327 - AMERICAN PIPE BOX.

AMERICAN PIPE BOX. Attributed to Rhode Island, late 18th century, walnut. Shaped crest and dividers. Dovetailed drawer with scratch beading and original brass pull. 18"h. 5"w. 4.5"d. Includes three clay pipes. Ex Antique Associates at West Townsend

Lot: 328 - HANDCOLORED MAP OF "INSULAE AMERICANAE".

HANDCOLORED MAP OF "INSULAE AMERICANAE". Published in London, 1671, Montanus and Ogilby, engraving on laid paper. Shows southeast America, Gulf of Mexico, Central America, and Caribbean Islands. Late frame, 21.25"h. 24.25"w.

Lot: 329 - HANDCOLORED MAP "NOVA HISPANIA".

HANDCOLORED MAP "NOVA HISPANIA". Seventeenth century. Engraved map on laid paper by Baptista Homann. North America, Mexico, Central America, and Caribbean islands. Framed, 28.25"h. 31.75"w.

Lot: 330 - AMERICAN INLAID CHEST OF DRAWERS.

AMERICAN INLAID CHEST OF DRAWERS. Late 18th-early 19th century, mahogany with poplar secondary. Transitional with bracket feet. Two over three dovetailed drawers with inlaid fan corners and replaced pulls. Imperfections. 43"h. 38.5"w. 20"d.

Lot: 331 - AMERICAN FEDERAL MIRROR.

AMERICAN FEDERAL MIRROR. Ca. 1820s. Architectural frame with gilding, rope twist columns and ball drops. Original reverse glass panel of the 1812 battle between the ships "Constitution & Guerriere". Wear. 28.75"h. 17"w.

Lot: 332 - AMERICAN FEDERAL BANQUET TABLE.

AMERICAN FEDERAL BANQUET TABLE. Second quarter-19th century, mahogany. Two "D" shaped tables with single drop leaf each and swing legs. Reeded legs. Flame grain mahogany on apron. Sun fading. 28.75"h. 45.5"w. 21"d. with 21" leaves, 84" overall.

Lot: 333 - AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE CARD TABLE.

AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE CARD TABLE. Attributed to Benjamin Frothingham, Charlestown, Massachusetts, ca. 1745, mahogany with maple and pine secondary. Hinged opening to a fully fitted interior with a baize covered surface, blocked and shaped apron with

Lot: 334 - TWO PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

TWO PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. England, mid 18th century. Seamed construction. Petal bases and scalloped rim, 7.75"h. Ex Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Blum (Connecticut). And squared bases, 7.25"h.

Lot: 335 - ROSE MEDALLION PUNCH BOWL.

ROSE MEDALLION PUNCH BOWL. China, mid 19th century. Extended Mandarin scene around the exterior and segmented scenes on the interior. Good colors and gilding. Minor rim wear. 7"h. 16"d.

Lot: 336 - ROSE CANTON BOWL.

ROSE CANTON BOWL. China, mid 19th century. Square lobed bowl with scalloped rim. Wide gilt border with Thousand Butterflies motif. Some rim wear. 5"h. 9.5" x 9.5".

Lot: 337 - AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE CHEST OF DRAWERS.

AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE CHEST OF DRAWERS. Late 18th century, mahogany with pine secondary. Four graduated, dovetailed drawers with cockbeading and original brasses. French feet, line inlay along apron. Refinished with some sun fading. 37.5"h. 43"w.

Lot: 338 - TWO AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIRS.

TWO AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIRS. One is ca.1760, Boston area, walnut. Yoke form crest above large vase splat, shaped skirt and pad feet. 18"h. seat, 42"h. overall. Together with another chair with imperfections. 37"h.

Lot: 339 - SIMON WILLARD PRESENTATION BANJO CLOCK.

SIMON WILLARD PRESENTATION BANJO CLOCK. Massachusetts, ca.1815-1820, mahogany veneer, pine. Dial marked "S. Willard". Gilt rope twist details and drops. Original reverse painted glass panels, one marked "Patent", the other with the "Battle of

Lot: 340 - MASSACHUSETTS ARMCHAIR.

MASSACHUSETTS ARMCHAIR. First half-19th century, mixed woods. Three-slat back, turned finials and mushroom arm caps. Old splint seat. 17"h. seat, 44"h. overall. Ex David Wood (Massachusetts), ex Grace Richardson family, (Massachusetts).

Lot: 341 - INDIANA SAMPLER.

INDIANA SAMPLER. Rush County, ca.1830-1835, silk on linen. Nancy J. Tharp included her birthday and rows of alphabets and floral bands but didn't finish her sampler. In a frame, 18.5"h. 16.5"w. Nancy Jane Tharp, the 9th of 11 children born to

Lot: 342 - HEPPLEWHITE INLAID TALL CASE CLOCK BY NICHOLS

HEPPLEWHITE INLAID TALL CASE CLOCK BY NICHOLS GODDARD. Vermont, ca.1815-1820, cherry with pine secondary. Hand painted dial with moon phase marked "Nichols Goddard, Rutland No. 138". Inlaid case has French feet and fluted quarter columns, the

Lot: 343 - NEW YORK STONEWARE JUG AND CROCK.

NEW YORK STONEWARE JUG AND CROCK. Mid 19th century. Both with brushed cobalt decoration and impressed labels for "New York Stoneware Co. 3". Jug with applied handle and bird, 16"h., and a crock with two handles and floral flourish, 10.25"h. Minor

Lot: 344 - AMERICAN ROPE BED.

AMERICAN ROPE BED. Ca. 1820, curly maple and cherry. High style semi-tall post finial rope bed with robust turnings throughout. Fits 53.5"w. 73.5"l. mattress.

Lot: 345 - AMERICAN TALL CLOCK.

AMERICAN TALL CLOCK. Ca.1840, cherry and walnut with pine secondary. Wag on wall works, beaded door, heavily turned feet and low deep waist. Refinished. 88"h. 18.75"w. 11"d.

Lot: 346 - AMERICAN DECORATED BOX.

AMERICAN DECORATED BOX. Mid 19th century, pine. Dovetailed box with original paint and squiggle design. Some edge wear. 4.5"h. 10"w.

Lot: 347 - AMERICAN SHIP COMPASS.

AMERICAN SHIP COMPASS. Late 19th century. Wooden gimbal compass in pine, slide lid box. Paper dial "Thaxter & Son, 125 State St. Boston". Box has various pencil notations including "Boats Free & Easy, Amesbury, Mass. O. Boardman" and "Keep

Lot: 348 - AMERICAN CARVED EAGLE.

AMERICAN CARVED EAGLE. Attributed to Portsmouth, Maine, late 19th century, pine. Spread wing eagle on American banner and armaments. Original gilding and paint. Glued split and minor wear. 9.5"h. 17"l. Ex Dennis Raleigh American Antiques and Folk

Lot: 349 - TWO JACQUARD COVERLETS.

TWO JACQUARD COVERLETS. Mt. Vernon, Knox County, 1852, wool and cotton. Red and white two-piece tied Beiderwand. Signed Jacob and Michael Ardner, 72" x 87", and a deep red and blue with white, two-piece tied Beiderwand, eagle with olive branches

Lot: 350 - TWO JACQUARD COVERLETS.

TWO JACQUARD COVERLETS. American, mid 19th century, wool and cotton. Both are single piece tied Biederwand with indigo-dyed cotton. Red and blue, 86" x 100", and red, blue, green and mustard, 84" x 96".

Lot: 351 - PITTSBURGH PILLAR MOLD COMPOTE.

PITTSBURGH PILLAR MOLD COMPOTE. Mid 19th century. Heavy compote with thick pillars. Interior wear. 8.75"h. 9.25"d.

Lot: 352 - TWO COVERLETS.

TWO COVERLETS. American, early 19th century, wool and cotton. Red and blue overshot, 82" x 70", and a later blue and white coverlet, 62" x 80".

Lot: 353 - TWO JACQUARD COVERLETS.

TWO JACQUARD COVERLETS. American, mid 19th century, wool and cotton. Red, green and blue two-piece tied Biederwand with geometric star corner blocks, 80" x 86", and a red and blue one-piece doubleweave, 80" x 84".

Lot: 354 - AMERICAN "WOODEN DECOYS" SIGN.

AMERICAN "WOODEN DECOYS" SIGN. Late 19th century. Artist board with thick paint in wooden frame. Double sided with crazing. 23"h. 27"w. Ex Halsey Munson (Illinois).

Lot: 355 - AMERICAN ARCHITECTURAL CORNER CUPBOARD.

AMERICAN ARCHITECTURAL CORNER CUPBOARD. Attributed to Ohio, mid 19th century, cherry with pine secondary. One-piece cupboard with side pilasters, two glass paned doors with arched lights, three dovetailed drawers and two paneled doors in bottom.

Lot: 356 - PENNSYLVANIA PAINTING OF A COMET.

PENNSYLVANIA PAINTING OF A COMET. Third quarter-19th century. Scene painted on the underside of a pine lid. Shows a Federal brick building with a man and woman on the roof watching a passing comet. The cupola on the building is dated 1858. Below

Lot: 357 - AMERICAN ROCKING HORSE.

AMERICAN ROCKING HORSE. Mid -19th century, pine. Slab sided rockers with scalloped edges. Painted horse with silhouette neck and head reinforced with metal strips. Original paint. Wear from use. 32"h. 60"l.

Lot: 358 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Light olive green. Wear on the ribs, small blisters and potstones. 8"h.

Lot: 359 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Aqua. A few light scratches, blister. 7.5"h.

Lot: 360 - ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

ZANESVILLE BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Globular with twenty-four tightly swirled ribs. Light honey amber. Light surface wear, potstone, small blisters. 7.25"h.

Lot: 361 - AMERICAN SHERATON STAND.

AMERICAN SHERATON STAND. Midwestern, 2nd quarter-19th century, curly maple with poplar secondary. Turned legs, dovetailed drawer with cockbeading and replaced pull, reeded edge two-board top. Varnish has alligatored. 29.5"h. 19.25"w. 19.5"d.

Lot: 362 - AMERICAN BANISTER BACK ARMCHAIR.

AMERICAN BANISTER BACK ARMCHAIR. Eighteenth century, cherry. Scrolled arms, turned finials and stretchers. Replaced rush seat. Refinished with some imperfections. 17.5"h. seat, 50"h. overall.

Lot: 363 - AMERICAN LADDER-BACK ARMCHAIR.

AMERICAN LADDER-BACK ARMCHAIR. Eighteenth century. Turned finials and armposts. Rush seat. Old black paint. Wear. 17"h. 42"w.

Lot: 364 - PAIR OF AMERICAN BRASS ANDIRONS.

PAIR OF AMERICAN BRASS ANDIRONS. Late 18th century. Lemon top with pad feet. Seamed construction. 17.5"h.

Lot: 365 - MASSACHUSETTS QUEEN ANNE TEA TABLE.

MASSACHUSETTS QUEEN ANNE TEA TABLE. Ca. 1740, cherry with pine secondary. Cabriole legs, raised pad feet, arcaded skirt with rectangular top and shaped moldings. 26.5"h. 26.5"w. 19"d. Ex George Arons, Connecticut; Ginsburg & Levy, New York,

Lot: 366 - EAGLE IN THE MANNER OF JOHN HALEY BELLAMY.

EAGLE IN THE MANNER OF JOHN HALEY BELLAMY. Maine, late 19th century, pine. Spread wing eagle and banner plaque with original gilt, blue and red paint. Minor loss to tip. 25"l. Ex Antique Associates at West Townsend (Massachusetts).

Lot: 367 - AMERICAN DOME-TOP BOX.

AMERICAN DOME-TOP BOX. New England, early 19th century, pine. Dovetailed box with old grain paint. 12"h. 24"w. 12"d.

Lot: 368 - AMERICAN DOME-TOP BOX.

AMERICAN DOME-TOP BOX. Mid 19th century, basswood. Dovetailed with original grain paint and iron latch. Surface wear and age split. 12.5"h. 26"w. 14.5"d.

Lot: 369 - AMERICAN TRANSITIONAL CHEST OF DRAWERS.

AMERICAN TRANSITIONAL CHEST OF DRAWERS. Western Pennsylvania or Ohio, late 18th century, walnut and poplar. Chippendale to Hepplewhite chest with molded lid, applied dovetailed bracket base, four dovetailed scratch beaded drawers. Old finish and

Lot: 370 - EIGHT-PIECE ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE TEA SET.

EIGHT-PIECE ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE TEA SET. Mid 19th century. Dark blue transfer of bird in nest with transfer label "Stone China". Teapot, 6.25"h., covered sugar, 5.5"h., creamer and five handleless cups and saucers with scalloped rims. Minor

Lot: 371 - FOUR PIECES OF RAINBOW SPATTER.

FOUR PIECES OF RAINBOW SPATTER. England, mid 19th century. Assembled tea set in red and blue with teapot, 5.5"h., creamer, 4.25"h., covered sugar, and handleless cup and saucer. Sugar has glued chip.

Lot: 372 - TWO RAINBOW SPATTERWARE PLATES.

TWO RAINBOW SPATTERWARE PLATES. England, mid 19th century. Blue and red with crosses. Stains. 8.5"d. And a blue and purple/red plate with bull's eye. 8.25"d.

Lot: 373 - TWO PIECES OF SPATTERWARE.

TWO PIECES OF SPATTERWARE. England, mid 19th century. Toddy plate with purple rim and red and blue tulip center, 5"d., and a brown demitasse handleless cup and saucer.

Lot: 374 - TWO AMERICAN BUCKETS.

TWO AMERICAN BUCKETS. Nineteenth century, white pine. Firkin with original red paint with finger jointed banding. 12.5"h. 14.25"d. and a red painted sap bucket with white wash interior. 12"h. 11.75"dia.

Lot: 375 - 5TH AVE. PATIO BY DAVE TERRY (OHIO, 2ND HALF-20TH

5TH AVE. PATIO BY DAVE TERRY (OHIO, 2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 2006 lower right. Fenced patio. 8"h. 10"w., 12.5"h. 14.5"w.

Lot: 376 - GROUP OF REFERENCE BOOKS AND MAGAZINES.

GROUP OF REFERENCE BOOKS AND MAGAZINES.

Lot: 377 - AMERICAN DECORATED DOME TOP BOX.

AMERICAN DECORATED DOME TOP BOX. Mid 19th century, pine. Dovetailed case with old grain decoration and painted panel on lid. Lid has an image of a house with outbuildings and a horse and cart in front of a picket fence. Interior lined with

Lot: 378 - AMERICAN DECORATED DOCUMENT BOX.

AMERICAN DECORATED DOCUMENT BOX. Attributed to Vermont, early 19th century, basswood. Dovetailed with original brown vinegar sponging and green trim. Back has grey and black paint. Interior lift out tray. Latch marked "EW" with eagle. Wear. 6.5"h.

Lot: 379 - AMERICAN DECORATED PANTRY BOX.

AMERICAN DECORATED PANTRY BOX. Nineteenth century. Round bentwood box with lapped seams and iron tacks. Early old paint with stars, compass stars and checkerboards in red, blue and yellow on dark green. Some imperfections. 4.25"h. 9"d.

Lot: 380 - AMERICAN DESK ON CHEST.

AMERICAN DESK ON CHEST. Ca.1830, walnut, butternut and chestnut. Drop front desk with cupboard top over case with three dovetailed drawers and exaggerated turnip Empire feet. 72"h. 51.5"w. 19"d. 32" writing surface height.

Lot: 381 - AMERICAN DOME-TOP TRUNK AND WINDSOR FOOTSTOOL.

AMERICAN DOME-TOP TRUNK AND WINDSOR FOOTSTOOL. Nineteenth century. Poplar dovetailed case with iron hardware. Original blue paint. Age splits. 11.5"h. 27"l. And a Windsor footstool with oval top. Worn old black paint. 9.5"h. 15"l.

Lot: 382 - AMERICAN COURTING MIRROR.

AMERICAN COURTING MIRROR. Probably 18th century, pine. Frame carved from single board with molded edge and curved crest. Old, crusty red paint. Mirror and small reverse painting of berries have flaking. 15.75"h. 7.5"w. Ex MacKay and Field

Lot: 383 - AMERICAN MODEL OF THE STEAMBOAT "PORTLAND".

AMERICAN MODEL OF THE STEAMBOAT "PORTLAND". Second half-20th century. Nicely detailed model of the sidewheeler in wood, sheet metal, string and cloth with original paint. 16"h. 36"l. including base. The 1890 steamboat was lost in a storm in

Lot: 384 - CONNECTICUT DECORATED TALL CASE CLOCK BY RILEY

CONNECTICUT DECORATED TALL CASE CLOCK BY RILEY WHITING. Early 19th century, pine. Original red grain decoration. Cutout feet, broken arch bonnet with canvas cover. Dial with original paint and gilding with "R. Whiting, Winchester", wooden works.

Lot: 385 - TWO BUTTERPRINTS.

TWO BUTTERPRINTS. American, mid 19th century. Pineapple with foliage, 3.75"dia., and eagle with wheat, 4"dia.

Lot: 386 - TWO EAGLE BUTTERPRINTS.

TWO EAGLE BUTTERPRINTS. American, mid 19th century. Crosshatched designed neck, 3"dia., and diagonal line designed neck, 3.25"dia.

Lot: 387 - TWO BUTTERPRINTS.

TWO BUTTERPRINTS. American, mid 19th century. Pineapple, 3.75"dia., and cow with threaded handle, 4"dia.

Lot: 388 - TWO WHEAT BUTTERPRINTS.

TWO WHEAT BUTTERPRINTS. American, mid 19th century. Cased, .75"dia., and with slightly ground edge 2"dia.

Lot: 389 - TWO CASED BUTTERPRINTS.

TWO CASED BUTTERPRINTS. American, mid 19th century. Three strawberries, 1.75"dia., and flower, 1.25"dia.

Lot: 390 - ROOSTER BUTTERPRINT.

ROOSTER BUTTERPRINT. American, mid 19th century. Crowing rooster surrounded by foliage, 2.75"dia.

Lot: 391 - WALLACE NUTTING WILLIAM AND MARY-STYLE DAY BED.

WALLACE NUTTING WILLIAM AND MARY-STYLE DAY BED. Early 20th century, maple. Adjustable slat back held with chains, rush seat and boldly turned stretchers. Branded "Wallace Nutting". Split to one leg. 41"h. 68"w. 23"d.

Lot: 392 - WALLACE NUTTING SETTLE BENCH.

WALLACE NUTTING SETTLE BENCH. Early 20th century, maple and pine. Three raised panels, stretcher base and shaped arms. Dry surface. Branded "Nutting" on the back rail. 51.5"h. 58"w. 25.5"d.

Lot: 393 - TWO JACQUARD COVERLETS.

TWO JACQUARD COVERLETS. Dover, York County, Pennsylvania, 1835, red, blue and green wool and cotton. Signed in corner block by Martin Hoke, location and date. Tied Biederwand, one piece. Double borders include birds, lily wreath center, good

Lot: 394 - PIECED AND APPLIQUED QUILT.

PIECED AND APPLIQUED QUILT. Probably Midwestern, mid 19th century, cotton. Red and green "Broken Star" with floral vines borders, neatly handsewn and hand quilted in double rows, 84" x 98".

Lot: 395 - THREE AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKETS.

THREE AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKETS. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with single finger bands and bentwood swing handles. Original grain decoration. Middle one missing lid. Wear. 9.75", 11", 13.5"h.

Lot: 396 - AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR.

AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR. Mid 18th century, cherry. Vase splat, turned legs and Spanish feet. Refinished. Old rush seat has loss, pieced repair. 17"h. seat, 41.5"h. overall.

Lot: 397 - WALLACE NUTTING QUEEN ANNE-STYLE SIDE CHAIR.

WALLACE NUTTING QUEEN ANNE-STYLE SIDE CHAIR. First half-20th century. Vase splat, rush seat. Old dark brown finish. 17"h. seat, 42.5"h. overall.

Lot: 398 - TWO AMERICAN SIDE CHAIRS.

TWO AMERICAN SIDE CHAIRS. Mid 18th century. Banister-back with molded crest and turned finials. Old rush seat, 17"h. seat, 42.5"h., and Queen Anne with vase splat and turned front stretcher. Old surface and splint seat. 16"h. seat, 39.5"h. overall.

Lot: 399 - ENGLISH QUILLWORK TEA CADDY.

ENGLISH QUILLWORK TEA CADDY. Late 18th century. Oblong with detailed polychrome floral and gilt feathered designs and inlay on lid edge. Central printed fabric medallion under glass with cherubs and goat. Inlaid interior lid. Wear to lid. 5"h.

Lot: 400 - MINIATURE CHEST OF DRAWERS.

MINIATURE CHEST OF DRAWERS. Late 19th century, poplar. Two over three nailed drawers with agateware knobs. Molded trim. Original grain paint is alligatored. 10.5"h. 9.5"w. 6.5"d.

Lot: 401 - TWO MINIATURE PORTRAITS.

TWO MINIATURE PORTRAITS. Probably American, mid 19th century. Woman with gold brooch, 3.75"h. 3"w., and young man with wavy hair. 4.5"h. 4.25"w. Framed sizes.

Lot: 402 - NEW ENGLAND LIGHTING DEVICE.

NEW ENGLAND LIGHTING DEVICE. Nineteenth century, pine. Tripod base, threaded post with adjustable candle arm. Turned baluster base with turned feet. 34.5"h. Ex Antique Associates at West Townsend (Massachusetts).

Lot: 403 - NEW ENGLAND LIGHTING DEVICE.

NEW ENGLAND LIGHTING DEVICE. New Hampshire or Massachusetts, 2nd half-18th century, figured maple and hickory. Tripod base with threaded post and arm supporting two tin candle sockets. Turned shelf below. Older surface. 37.25"h. 14.25"d. Ex Halsey

Lot: 404 - AMERICAN LADDERBACK ROCKER.

AMERICAN LADDERBACK ROCKER. Eighteenth century, mixed woods. Turned posts, legs and stretcher with scrolled arms. Rush seat. Old red paint. Wear. 15.5"h. seat, 39"h. overall.

Lot: 405 - AMERICAN BANISTER-BACK ARMCHAIR.

AMERICAN BANISTER-BACK ARMCHAIR. Eighteenth century. Scalloped crest, boldly turned front stretcher and scrolled arms. Old black paint, replaced rush seat. Some imperfections. 17.5"h. seat, 44.5"h. overall.

Lot: 406 - PAINTING OF MOTHER AND CHILD.

PAINTING OF MOTHER AND CHILD. American, mid 19th century, watercolor on paper. Seated woman dressed in black with a young child on her lap. Toning. Gilt frame, 14"h. 11"w.

Lot: 407 - PORTRAIT OF A CHILD (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH

PORTRAIT OF A CHILD (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Seated child dressed in blue with landscape in the background. Restoration. 27"h. 22"w., framed, 32"h. 26.5"w.

Lot: 408 - ENGLISH HUNT PRINT THE MEET AT MELTON.

ENGLISH HUNT PRINT THE MEET AT MELTON . Aquatint with handcoloring on paper. Engraved by W. Humphrys, published 1841. Huntsmen and ladies in carriage. Framed, 31.5"h. 41.25"w.

Lot: 409 - AMERICAN WATERCOLOR.

AMERICAN WATERCOLOR. Indistinct signature with date "1800", watercolor and pen and ink on laid paper. Sphere with intricate branching flowers with distlefinks and two other birds on tulips. Central bird is possibly an eagle. Some imperfections.

Lot: 410 - AMERICAN BOOKPLATE.

AMERICAN BOOKPLATE. Probably Pennsylvania, watercolor and ink on paper. Well done with German text noting this hymnal book given to "Catharina Eannele (?) 1816" and floral border. Framed, 8"h. 5.5"w.

Lot: 411 - AMERICAN SHERATON STAND.

AMERICAN SHERATON STAND. Second quarter-19th century, curly maple with poplar secondary. Turned legs, two bowfront drawers with replaced wooden pulls, single board top. Refinished. 28.75"h. 20.5"w. 16.5"d.

Lot: 412 - AMERICAN FANBACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR.

AMERICAN FANBACK WINDSOR SIDE CHAIR. Nineteenth century. Turned spindles, legs and "H" stretcher. Small patch. 17.5" seat, 38.5"h. overall.

Lot: 413 - DELFT TOBACCO JAR.

DELFT TOBACCO JAR. Late 18th century. Blue hand decorated scene of native smoking a pipe, sailing ships, and urn marked "Manilla". Three bells mark. Crazing. 10"h. Ex MacKay and Field (Connecticut).

Lot: 414 - AMERICAN CAST IRON INDIAN.

AMERICAN CAST IRON INDIAN. First half-20th century. Standing figure with tomahawk and old paint. Round nut held an item on top, possibly an ashtray. Underside of base marked "Spencer...Conn." Some wear. 16.25"h.

Lot: 415 - AMERICAN BUTTOCKS BASKET.

AMERICAN BUTTOCKS BASKET. Late 19th century, woven splint. Bentwood handle. Minor stitch loss. 13.5"h.

Lot: 416 - JUG BY ALBERT HODGE (NORTH CAROLINA, 2ND HALF-20TH

JUG BY ALBERT HODGE (NORTH CAROLINA, 2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). Signed. Jug with snake. Alkaline glaze. 8.25"h.

Lot: 417 - TWO AMERICAN GARDEN URNS.

TWO AMERICAN GARDEN URNS. First half-20th century, concrete. Worn white paint. 13"h. 14"d.

Lot: 418 - AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE LINEN PRESS.

AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE LINEN PRESS. Late 18th-early 19th century, cherry with pine secondary. Two-piece press with blind doors and interior shelves and fluted quarter columns on top, four graduated dovetailed drawers with cockbeading and original

Lot: 419 - PAPER CUTOUT ATTRIBUTED TO WILHELMUS ANTONIUS

PAPER CUTOUT ATTRIBUTED TO WILHELMUS ANTONIUS FABER (PENNSYLVANIA, CA. 1790-1818). Bird in branch with watercolor. Reeded frame, 6.25"h. 5.25"w.

Lot: 420 - AMERICAN PAPER CUTOUT.

AMERICAN PAPER CUTOUT. Second quarter-19th century. Flower basket in reeded frame, 6" x 6".

Lot: 421 - PAIR OF FEDERAL-STYLE BRASS WALL SCONCES.

PAIR OF FEDERAL-STYLE BRASS WALL SCONCES. Twentieth century. Two candle arms with glass drip pans. 12"h.

Lot: 422 - OHIO STONEWARE PITCHER.

OHIO STONEWARE PITCHER. Stenciled label "Jas. Benjamin Stoneware Depot, Cincinnati, O." James Benjamin was a stoneware dealer in Putnam, Muskingum County, Ohio, 1860-1885, but lived for a short time during this period in Covington, Kentucky, and

Lot: 423 - THREE AMERICAN DECORATED BASKETS.

THREE AMERICAN DECORATED BASKETS. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint. Stamped basket with two rim handles. Rim break. 7.5"h. 11" x 15". Painted splints with two handles, 3"h. 8.75"w., and painted decoration signed "Maria". 1.75"h. 5" x 6".

Lot: 424 - FIVE AMERICAN BASKETS.

FIVE AMERICAN BASKETS. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint. Melon ribbed with original green paint and bentwood handle, 8.5"h. 9.5"d., round with old green paint, 4"h. 9.75"d., and three miniature buttocks baskets, 3", 4.25"h.

Lot: 425 - NEW YORK HEPPLEWHITE MIRROR.

NEW YORK HEPPLEWHITE MIRROR. Ca 1795, mahogany with pine secondary. Slender gilt swan's neck pediment, carved rosettes, gilt urn finial holding a cluster of blossoms and wheat stalks, inlaid conch shell in upper crest, gilded and carved floral side

Lot: 426 - NEW YORK SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SERVICE.

NEW YORK SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SERVICE. Hallmarked for William G. Forbes, New York, ca. 1805. Slightly bombe form with bright-cut bands at the feet, collars and lids. Bright-cut cartouches on both sides of the body, one with the name "Lawrence"

Lot: 426A - MASSACHUSETTS SHERATON WORK STAND.

MASSACHUSETTS SHERATON WORK STAND. First quarter-19th century, mahogany with pine secondary. Shaped front and top with turned biscuit corners, reeded legs and two dovetailed drawers with original lion head brasses. Original surface. 29"h. 20"w.

Lot: 426B - AMERICAN HANGING LIGHT.

AMERICAN HANGING LIGHT. Mid 19th century, ash. Pinned frame with three tin candle sockets and round mirrored tin reflector. 30.5"h. 27"w. Ex Bill Samaha (Ohio).

Lot: 426C - AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE PEMBROKE TABLE.

AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE PEMBROKE TABLE. Early 19th century, walnut. Shaped drop leaves and tapered legs. Original surface. 28.25"h. 35.5"w. 21"d. with 10" leaves. Ex Bill Samaha (Ohio).

Lot: 427 - HERIZ RUG.

HERIZ RUG. Ca 1920. Room size with graphic design on red ground with blue border. Wear and added fringe. 9'9" x 11'9".

Lot: 428 - KUBA "CHICHI" RUG.

KUBA "CHICHI" RUG. Ca 1910. Three medallion center with multiple borders. 3'11" x 4'6".

Lot: 429 - ORIENTAL RUG.

ORIENTAL RUG. First half-20th century. Floral with red ground and wide black border. 11'3" x 14'.

Lot: 430 - KERMAN RUG.

KERMAN RUG. First half-20th century. Kerman Afshani with deep rose ground and green border. 9'11" x 11'1".

Lot: 431 - PERSIAN RUG.

PERSIAN RUG. Mid 20th century. Room size with floral design on salmon ground. 7'5" x 10'10".

Lot: 432 - BIJAR RUG.

BIJAR RUG. First half-20th century. Room size with rose designs on ivory ground and blue border. 10'3" x 13'6".

Lot: 433 - BIJAR RUG.

BIJAR RUG. Mid 20th century. Red floral with black border. 4'6" x 8'.

Lot: 434 - SAROUK RUG.

SAROUK RUG. First half-20th century. Persian floral with deer on a red ground and pale blue border. 4'6" x 6'10".

Lot: 435 - ORIENTAL RUG.

ORIENTAL RUG. Ca. 1915-1935. Persian Sarouk or Melayer. Red medallion on abrash blue/brown ground. 4'3" x 6'11".

Lot: 436 - KIRMAN RUG.

KIRMAN RUG. Mid 20th century. Figural in vibrant colors with blue spandrels and ivory ground. 3'5" x 5'9".

Lot: 437 - THREE KAZAK RUGS.

THREE KAZAK RUGS. Early 20th century. Green accents, one is an eagle Kazak. Worn with imperfections. 4' x 5'7", 4'9" x 6' and 3'8" x 5'2".

Lot: 438 - KUBA RUG.

KUBA RUG. Ca. 1900 century. Blues and gold on ivory. Some wear. 4'6" x 6'5".

Lot: 439 - AFSHAR RUG.

AFSHAR RUG. Ca 1930. Flat woven ends, geometric center and multiple borders. 4'6" x 6'4".

Lot: 440 - KIRMAN RUG.

KIRMAN RUG. Iran, ca 1935. Floral design on pink ground. 2'11" x 5'.

Lot: 441 - ORIENTAL RUG.

ORIENTAL RUG. Iran, 2nd half-20th century. Deer hunt with archer on horseback. Wear. 3'3" x 4'8".

Lot: 442 - KARABA RUG.

KARABA RUG. Ca. 1910. Figural design with green medallions on blue ground. 3'3" x 5'6".

Lot: 443 - HAMADAN RUG.

HAMADAN RUG. Ca 1920. Red medallion on figured camel ground. 4'3" x 6'9".

Lot: 444 - SHIRVAN PRAYER RUG.

SHIRVAN PRAYER RUG. Ca 1910. Figural rug with ivory borders. 3'5" x 5'7".

Lot: 445 - SAROUK RUG.

SAROUK RUG. Ca 1930. Room size floral design on burgundy ground. 10' x 14'.

Lot: 446 - ROOM SIZE TABRIZ RUG.

ROOM SIZE TABRIZ RUG. Second half 20th century. Wide salmon and blue borders, pictorial center medallion, and an intricate field consisting of urns, lanterns, and peacocks. Signature cartouche. 9'4" x 12'7".

Lot: 447 - PRAYER RUG.

PRAYER RUG. Turkish, 1st half 20th century. Colorful with wide ivory border and blue and abrash green ground. 3'9" x 4'5".

Lot: 448 - SILK QUM RUG.

SILK QUM RUG. Second half-20th century. Red and black floral design with serebend elements. 3'7" x 5'7".

Lot: 449 - SHIRVAN RUG.

SHIRVAN RUG. Ca 1900. Signed with colorful medallions on ivory ground. Minor color bleeding. 3'8" x 7'.

Lot: 450 - SAROUK RUG.

SAROUK RUG. Twentieth century. Floral design on red ground with black border and camel spandrels. 3'3" x 5'.

Lot: 451 - ORIENTAL RUG.

ORIENTAL RUG. Mid 20th century. Room size Heriz with red ground and white spandrels. Hole. 9'3" x 17'10".

Lot: 452 - SAROUK RUG.

SAROUK RUG. Second quarter-20th century. Room size with floral design on burgundy ground. 9' x 12'.

Lot: 453 - GROUP OF EPHEMERA.

GROUP OF EPHEMERA. American and European, 18th-20th century. Includes two "Southwick's Almanacks" by Andrew Beers, 1803, 1816, small surveys on laid paper, a license for a public house, 1732, a document signed by Andrew Ellicott and a typed

Lot: 454 - SET OF PLAYING CARDS.

SET OF PLAYING CARDS. American or English, 19th century. Printed images on card stock. Some wear.

Lot: 455 - GENRE SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH

GENRE SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Sharecropper's cabin with a family gathered near the fire. Imperfections. Unframed, 17"h. 20"w.

Lot: 456 - NEW YORK FEDERAL DECORATED TALL CASE CLOCK.

NEW YORK FEDERAL DECORATED TALL CASE CLOCK. Ca.1795, mahogany case with poplar secondary. Hand painted floral dial with moon phases marked "Effingham Embree, New York". Inlaid case with flame mahogany veneer medallions and fluted quarter columns,

Lot: 457 - AMERICAN SILVER PORRINGER.

AMERICAN SILVER PORRINGER. Hallmarked twice for Joseph Richardson Sr. (Philadelphia, 1711-1784). Pierced handle is monogrammed "TMD". Small dents. 5"d. Ex George Horace Lorimer (Pennsylvania) and Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Nusrala (St. Louis).

Lot: 458 - AMERICAN SILVER PORRINGER.

AMERICAN SILVER PORRINGER. Hallmarked for Jesse Churchill (Boston, 1773-1819). Pierced handle is monogrammed "FC". Bowl has an engraved presentation "Abigail Cushing to Frances Cushing, 1810". Minor dings. 5"d.

Lot: 459 - COIN SILVER PORRINGER BY DAVID MOSELEY (BOSTON,

COIN SILVER PORRINGER BY DAVID MOSELEY (BOSTON, 1753-1812). Hallmarked "D. Moseley" on pierced handle. Handle inscribed "Joy". Faint dents. 5.75"d.

Lot: 460 - PAIR OF COIN SILVER SPOONS BY THOMAS REVERE

PAIR OF COIN SILVER SPOONS BY THOMAS REVERE (BOSTON, 1738-1817). Hallmarked "TR" with additional "H". Monogrammed "EAP". 5.75"l.

Lot: 461 - AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON EMBER TONGS.

AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON EMBER TONGS. Late 18th-early 19th century. Good form with scrolled handle and cast ornamentation. 19"l. Ex Mackay and Field, (Connecticut).

Lot: 462 - AMERICAN DECORATED FIRE BUCKET.

AMERICAN DECORATED FIRE BUCKET. New England, 1st quarter-19th century. Leather fire bucket with original paint. Green ground with image of Mercury and "Stephen B. Ives, Active 1824". Underside of bucket impressed "W. Osborn". Some imperfections.

Lot: 463 - THREE AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS.

THREE AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS. Mid 20th century. Mallard drake with old paint, 20.5"l., canvasback with old paint, 18"l. and an eider with worn original paint, 17.5"l.

Lot: 464 - FOUR AMERICAN MALLARD DECOYS.

FOUR AMERICAN MALLARD DECOYS. Mid 20th century. Original paint. Folksy, 10.5"l., two by Victor Animal Trap Co. (Mississippi) and one by Victor or Sperry Factory (Connecticut), all 16.5"l. Varying imperfections.

Lot: 465 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Early inked round stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Penciled label "Painted Bunting", 1.75"h.

Lot: 466 - MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER

MINIATURE SONGBIRD CARVING BY ANTHONY ELMER CROWELL. East Harwich, Massachusetts (1862-1951). Original paint. Crested bird with early inked round stamp on bottom of base "AE Crowell, Maker, East Harwich, Mass". Penciled number "13". 2.25"h.

Lot: 467 - SAMPLER.

SAMPLER. Probably England, early 19th century, silk on wool. Somber verse over pairs of elaborate baskets and potted trees, birds perch on cottage, and peacock over maker's name "Phebe Schuckler". Framed 19.50" h. 15"w.

Lot: 468 - BOSTON CHIPPENDALE BLOCK FRONT CHEST.

BOSTON CHIPPENDALE BLOCK FRONT CHEST. Ca.1760, mahogany with pine secondary. Four dovetailed, graduated drawers with original brasses, bracket feet and scrolled returns and center drop. One-board top, square and rosehead nails. Refinished with some

Lot: 469 - AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE HIGH CHEST.

AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE HIGH CHEST. Mid 18th century, maple with pine secondary. Two-piece flat top chest with three over four graduated, dovetailed drawers in the top section. Central top drawer has a carved fan. Waist molding. Base has one over three

Lot: 470 - SMALL PRINTED FRAKTUR.

SMALL PRINTED FRAKTUR. Probably Pennsylvania. Handcolored with wreath of flowers surrounding text block. Records a January 13, 1835 birth. Framed, 8.5"h. 8.75"w.

Lot: 471 - TWO AMERICAN PEWTER BASINS.

TWO AMERICAN PEWTER BASINS. Late 18th-19th century. Touch marks for Thomas Danforth Boardman, Jacobs #41, 1.75"h. 6.5"d., and Richard Austin, J #8, 2"h. 8"d.

Lot: 472 - AMERICAN PEWTER PLATE.

AMERICAN PEWTER PLATE. Touch for Samuel Pierce (Greenfield, Massachusetts, 1792-1830). Small size. Jacobs #229. 6"d. Ex Bette and Melvyn Wolf (Michigan).

Lot: 473 - FOUR PIECES OF AMERICAN PEWTER.

FOUR PIECES OF AMERICAN PEWTER. First half-19th century. Plate with mark for Thomas Danforth I, 8"d., and two plates with marks for Thomas Danforth Boardman, Jacobs # 37, 40. 6.5", 7.75"d. Together with a porringer marked for Thomas Danforth and

Lot: 474 - THREE ENGLISH PEWTER PLATES/CHARGERS.

THREE ENGLISH PEWTER PLATES/CHARGERS. Marked, with hammered booges. Two by Townsend & Compton (ca. 1784 - 1811), 12", 13.5"d., and one marked for Samuel Cocks, but possibly made by his wife Susannah after his death, 8.25"d.

Lot: 475 - TWO AMERICAN PEWTER CHARGERS.

TWO AMERICAN PEWTER CHARGERS. Touches for Thomas Badger (Boston, 1737-1815). Jacobs #12. Wear, small split. 12.25", 13.5"d.

Lot: 476 - EAGLE PLAQUE BY BOSTON ARTISTIC COMPANY.

EAGLE PLAQUE BY BOSTON ARTISTIC COMPANY. Ca. 1950. Carved wooden American eagle with shield. Old paint and braced repair. 9"h. 25"w.

Lot: 477 - WROUGHT IRON CANDLE HOLDER.

WROUGHT IRON CANDLE HOLDER. Central post on four legs with curved extending candle arm. 46.25"h.

Lot: 478 - PAIR OF SIGNED BRASS QUEEN ANNE CANDLESTICKS.

PAIR OF SIGNED BRASS QUEEN ANNE CANDLESTICKS. Birmingham, England, mid 18th century. Stylized petal form stamped on the bottom "Wm. Lee" (William Lee). Riveted posts. 8"h.

Lot: 479 - CHINESE EXPORT PITCHER.

CHINESE EXPORT PITCHER. Early 19th century. Hand decorated with flower urns and three figures with identifying text. Gilt accents. Unmarked silver lid with raised monogram "TCM". Hairline. 7.5"h.

Lot: 480 - BLUEBILL DECOY BY JOHN ROTH.

BLUEBILL DECOY BY JOHN ROTH. Oshkosh, Wisconsin, (1885-1948). Ca.1930. Original paint and glass eyes. Age split. 15.5"l.

Lot: 481 - COOT DECOY BY GUST "GUS" NELOW.

COOT DECOY BY GUST "GUS" NELOW. Oshkosh, Wisconsin, (1874-1962). Original paint and glass eyes. Minor wear 13.25"l.

Lot: 482 - COOT DECOY BY FRANK STREY.

COOT DECOY BY FRANK STREY. Oshkosh, Wisconsin, (1890-1966). Original paint and glass eyes. Impressed "Strey". Wear. 13.5"l.

Lot: 483 - COOT DECOY BY GUST "GUS" NELOW.

COOT DECOY BY GUST "GUS" NELOW. Oshkosh, Wisconsin, (1874-1962). Original paint and glass eyes. Owner's initials "FB" on bottom. Working decoy with some imperfections. 15"l.

Lot: 484 - AMERICAN AMETHYST 3-MOLD DECANTER.

AMERICAN AMETHYST 3-MOLD DECANTER. First half-19th century. GIII-5 with matching stopper. 10.25"h.

Lot: 485 - HOUSE FORM SEWING BOX.

HOUSE FORM SEWING BOX. Probably England, 2nd half-19th century. Wooden gabled house with printed exterior and fitted interior. Roof lifts and removable pin opens secret drawer. Wear. 5.5"h. 6"l.

Lot: 486 - AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST.

AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, poplar. Six-board dovetailed case with turned feet and old, vibrant grain paint. Some imperfections. 23"h. 37.25"w. 18.75"d.

Lot: 487 - AMERICAN ADVERTISING SIGN.

AMERICAN ADVERTISING SIGN. Early 20th century, pine. Single sided "Furniture and Rugs" in an Art Deco motif. Original paint. Minor wear. 14.25'h. 133"l.

Lot: 488 - FIVE PIECES ENGLISH LEEDSWARE.

FIVE PIECES ENGLISH LEEDSWARE. Ca. 1800. Polychrome decoration. Tall pot, 11.5"h., teapot with strawberries, 7"h., two creamers, one with molded figures, and a handled waste bowl. Imperfections.

Lot: 489 - FIVE PIECES ENGLISH LEEDSWARE.

FIVE PIECES ENGLISH LEEDSWARE. Ca.1800. Polychrome floral decoration. Tall pot with domed lid, 11.5"h., two creamers, one with strawberries, teapot, 6.25"h., and lidded waste bowl, .5"h. Imperfections.

Lot: 490 - ENGLISH SPINNING WHEEL.

ENGLISH SPINNING WHEEL. Nineteenth century. Castle-type with ebonized wood and bone accents. Colored in initials "BK". Some imperfections. 50"h. overall.

Lot: 491 - FOUR AMERICAN LADDERBACK SIDE CHAIRS.

FOUR AMERICAN LADDERBACK SIDE CHAIRS. Late 19th century. Four mule carved ladderback chairs in a red wash with split reed seats and overcoated finish. 16"h. seats, 34.75"h. overall.

Lot: 492 - PAIR OF HUDSON RIVER VALLEY SCHOOL LANDSCAPES

PAIR OF HUDSON RIVER VALLEY SCHOOL LANDSCAPES (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Wonderful pair of atmospheric landscapes done by the same hand. Both feature farmers and animals with a dramatic view of the river in the

Lot: 493 - DELAWARE VALLEY QUEEN ANNE DRESSING TABLE.

DELAWARE VALLEY QUEEN ANNE DRESSING TABLE. Mid 18th century, cherry and mahogany with sycamore and oak secondary. Hoof feet, cabriole legs and scalloped apron. One-board top with molded edges. Three dovetailed drawers with original brasses.

Lot: 494 - AMERICAN PEMBROKE TABLE.

AMERICAN PEMBROKE TABLE. Early 19th century, mahogany with poplar secondary. Single dovetailed drawer with incised cockbeading and original bale handle, molded legs and pierce-carved cross stretcher. Repairs to hinge rails. Refinished. 28.5"h.

Lot: 495 - AMERICAN GROTESQUE JUG.

AMERICAN GROTESQUE JUG. Second half-20th century. White glazed jug with incised signature "Riley". Imperfections. 10"h.

Lot: 496 - FRAMED PRINT AND SURVEY.

FRAMED PRINT AND SURVEY. Nineteenth century. Pen and ink survey with watercolor dated and signed June 4, 1822, Amos Palmer. Presentation at top "B. Davis to C. Williams". 9.75"h. 7.75"w. And a black and white lithograph of buildings and yard.

Lot: 497 - FAMILY RECORD FRAKTUR.

FAMILY RECORD FRAKTUR. Watercolor and ink on laid paper. Most likely by Christian Strenge (Pennsylvania, ca. 1787-1820). Delicate vining flowers and neat German script recording the births of Johannes Gottschall (1789) and his wife Magdelena (1786)

Lot: 498 - PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTUR.

PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTUR. Watercolor and ink on paper. Vining tulips and parrots surround German text recording the birth of a child (John?) to Ruben and Loweina Wehry, April 11, 1848 in Mahantongo Township, Schuylkill County. Faint signature lower

Lot: 499 - RECTANGULAR WHEAT BUTTERPRINT.

RECTANGULAR WHEAT BUTTERPRINT. American, mid 19th century. Unusual with double sheaf of wheat design, handle in lower left facing corner, and four iron nails on back. Print, 5.25"w. 3"d., 5" handle.

Lot: 500 - EAGLE BUTTERPRINT.

EAGLE BUTTERPRINT. American, mid 19th century. Crosshatch design on body and surrounded by foliage and stars, 4.75"dia.

Lot: 501 - STRAWBERRY AND THISTLE BUTTERPRINTS.

STRAWBERRY AND THISTLE BUTTERPRINTS. American, 19th century. Two butterprints, strawberry, 5"dia., and thistle with wear, 5"dia.

Lot: 502 - AMERICAN BUTTERPRINT.

AMERICAN BUTTERPRINT. Mid 19th century. Semi circular with pineapple with foliage, 7"l.

Lot: 503 - DOUBLE-SIDED BUTTERPRINT.

DOUBLE-SIDED BUTTERPRINT. American, mid 19th century. One side with compass star, 3"dia., the other with stylized eagle, 5.25"dia.

Lot: 504 - RHODE ISLAND QUEEN ANNE HIGH CHEST ATTRIBUTED TO

RHODE ISLAND QUEEN ANNE HIGH CHEST ATTRIBUTED TO CHRISTOPHER TOWNSEND. Newport, Rhode Island, ca.1745, mahogany with chestnut and pine secondary. Early flat top two-part high chest. The upper section has two over three dovetailed drawers with

Lot: 505 - TWO CHINESE LAMPS AND AN URN.

TWO CHINESE LAMPS AND AN URN. First half-20th century. Covered urns. One Rose Medallion with gilt, 16"h. including wooden base, and one with transfer dragons surrounding floral and mandarin reserves. Made into an electric table lamp. 27"h. overall.

Lot: 506 - THREE PIECES OF ROSE MEDALLION.

THREE PIECES OF ROSE MEDALLION. China, mid 20th century. Two hexagonal vases with red marks on the underside, 14.5"h., and a punch bowl, 6"h. 14.5"d. Rim wear.

Lot: 507 - THREE PEWTER PLATES.

THREE PEWTER PLATES. Late 18th-1st half-19th century. Hallmarked. Charger by Thomas Danforth Boardman (Connecticut), Jacobs # 39 and 41, 12.25"d., and plate by Thomas Danforth III (Connecticut/Philadelphia), Jacobs #118, 7.5"d. Together with a

Lot: 508 - THREE AMERICAN PEWTER POTS.

THREE AMERICAN PEWTER POTS. First half-19th century. Teapot marked for Thomas Smith (Boston), 6.5"h., coffee pot marked for George Richardson (Boston), 10.5"h. Together with an unmarked coffee pot. 10.75"h. Imperfections.

Lot: 509 - TEN PIECES OF GAUDY DUTCH.

TEN PIECES OF GAUDY DUTCH. England, 1st quarter-19th century. Three handleless cups and saucers, two saucers, and five plates, 6" to 9.5"d. Patterns include dove, grapevine, war bonnet and urn. Imperfections.

Lot: 510 - PAIR OF CAST IRON HESSIAN ANDIRONS.

PAIR OF CAST IRON HESSIAN ANDIRONS. American, 19th century. Figural andirons with original paint. Wear. 16"h.

Lot: 511 - PAIR OF AMERICAN KNIFE BLADE ANDIRONS.

PAIR OF AMERICAN KNIFE BLADE ANDIRONS. Late 18th-early 19th century. Wrought iron with heart finials and penny feet. 14.25"h.

Lot: 512 - CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN CRICKET TABLE.

CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN CRICKET TABLE. Second half-20th century. Three legs with stretcher base and flame grain paint. Some wear. 26"h. 21"d.

Lot: 513 - CONNECTICUT SHELF CLOCK.

CONNECTICUT SHELF CLOCK. Ca. 1830, mahogany veneer. Paper label for Seth Thomas. Painted dial and original reverse glass painting of stately home. Stylized paw feet. Minor wear. 27.5"h. 17"w.

Lot: 514 - CONNECTICUT PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK.

CONNECTICUT PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK. Ca. 1825, mahogany veneer. Eli Terry paper label. Glass and reverse glass painting replaced as are brass finials. 30.5"h. 16"w. Ex RH Kirchhoff, pictured in Maine Antique Digest ad November, 2002.

Lot: 515 - WALLACE NUTTING CHIPPENDALE STYLE TILT-TOP TABLE.

WALLACE NUTTING CHIPPENDALE STYLE TILT-TOP TABLE. Early 20th century, mahogany. Pie crust birdcage tilt-top tea table with ball and claw feet and carved base and columns. Impressed "Wallace Nutting" on underside. 28.5"h. 33"d.

Lot: 516 - TWO PAIR OF BRASS QUEEN ANNE CANDLESTICKS.

TWO PAIR OF BRASS QUEEN ANNE CANDLESTICKS. England, mid 18th century. Seamed construction. Scalloped bases and rims, 7.75"h. And swirl bases. Minor imperfections. 8"h.

Lot: 517 - AMERICAN CANDLE LANTERN.

AMERICAN CANDLE LANTERN. Mid 19th century. Copper with onion globe and removable candle socket base. 13"h. Ex Lombardi Gallery (New York).

Lot: 518 - AMERICAN INLAID CHEST OF DRAWERS.

AMERICAN INLAID CHEST OF DRAWERS. Ohio or Pennsylvania, cherry and poplar. Two over three dovetailed drawer configuration, vining tulip and berry inlay in columns, string inlay in scratch beaded drawers, shaped skirt and old refinish. 45.5"h.

Lot: 519 - FRAKTUR ATTRIBUTED TO CONRAD TREVITS

FRAKTUR ATTRIBUTED TO CONRAD TREVITS (PENNSYLVANIA, CA. 1790-1820). Watercolor and ink on laid paper. Tulips and birds surround a heart with text recording the 1805 birth of Henry Warner in "Heidelberg Taunschip, Bercks County..." Some tears and

Lot: 520 - FRAKTUR ATTRIBUTED TO ABRAHAM HUTH (PENNSYLVANIA,

FRAKTUR ATTRIBUTED TO ABRAHAM HUTH (PENNSYLVANIA, CA. 1807-1830). Watercolor and ink on paper. Colorful tulips and grapes surround a block with German text recording the 1825 birth of Margretha Berger in Bercks County. Foxing, stains and crease.

Lot: 521 - FOUR CARVINGS BY JOSEF "BUCKEYE JOE" WOOSTER.

FOUR CARVINGS BY JOSEF "BUCKEYE JOE" WOOSTER. Ashley, Ohio. All signed and dated 1981 or 1982. Original paint and glass eyes. Miniature swan, 10"l., Canada goose, 6"l. and loon, 6"l. Together with a mourning dove on driftwood base. 13.5"h. overall.

Lot: 522 - FIVE PIECES OF AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY REDWARE.

FIVE PIECES OF AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY REDWARE. Late 20th century, signed. Five with brown daubed glaze by Breininger (Pennsylvania, 1935-2011) including jars, creamer, and reticulated basket, 5"h. 9"d. Together with a covered jar by Turtlecreek

Lot: 523 - NINE PIECES OF REDWARE BY LESTER BREININGER

NINE PIECES OF REDWARE BY LESTER BREININGER (PENNSYLVANIA, 1935-2011). Signed and dated. Four pieces with slip decoration including bowls, tray, 8.5"l., and pie plate, 7"d. And five pieces with sgraffito designs on yellow ground. Mug, 5"h., three

Lot: 524 - THREE CONTEMPORARY DECORATED LAMPS.

THREE CONTEMPORARY DECORATED LAMPS. Second half-20th century. Wooden lamps with original paint by Gus Knapp (Ohio). Two with sponged decoration and one with carved pineapple column. 34", 35", 37"h. overall.

Lot: 525 - TWO CONTEMPORARY DECORATED CANDLE BOXES.

TWO CONTEMPORARY DECORATED CANDLE BOXES. Late 20th century. Slide lid boxes with original paint. Grain paint with "CJ Hopf" label. 4.75"h. 10"l. And folksy grapevines with heart cutout on lid. Signed "Terrence J. Graham". 5"h. 15"l.

Lot: 526 - CONTEMPORARY HANGING SHELVES AND BOXES.

CONTEMPORARY HANGING SHELVES AND BOXES. Late 20th century. Labeled for "CJ Hopf" (Massachusetts). Grain painted shelves, 13.5"h. 12"w., and five turned containers and one bentwood box, 1.5"h. 4.25"w. All with original paint.

Lot: 527 - AMERICAN FRAKTUR.

AMERICAN FRAKTUR. Watercolor on laid paper. German bible verse in double hearts with birds, dated "January the 31th (sic) 1801". Some loss. Late decorated frame, 15.75"h. 12.75"w.

Lot: 528 - AMERICAN BOOKPLATE.

AMERICAN BOOKPLATE. Probably Pennsylvania, watercolor and ink on paper. Colorful flower with heart. Minor surface wear and crease. Reeded frame, 7.75"h. 5.5"w.

Lot: 529 - AMERICAN WATERCOLOR OF CHILDREN PLAYING.

AMERICAN WATERCOLOR OF CHILDREN PLAYING. Mid 19th century, watercolor on paper. Cottage yard with inked labels "sheep", "shiderren" (sic) and "dogs is full of play". An additional notation at the bottom is illegible. Curly maple frame, 16.25"h.

Lot: 530 - AMERICAN SHERATON CONSOLE TABLE.

AMERICAN SHERATON CONSOLE TABLE. Second quarter-19th century, curly maple with poplar secondary. Shaped top and conforming apron, turned legs. Refinished. 29"h. 37"w. 18"d.

Lot: 531 - AMERICAN SHOW TOWEL AND DECORATED BELLOWS.

AMERICAN SHOW TOWEL AND DECORATED BELLOWS. Mid 19th century. Bellows with original red ground and stenciled pears. Worn. 18"l. And show towel with pink cross-stitched flowers, birds and initials. "Maria Hess 1846". Minor stitch loss. 52"l. 15"w. Ex

Lot: 532 - AMERICAN DECORATED GAMEBOARD.

AMERICAN DECORATED GAMEBOARD. Early 20th century. Single board with original checkerboard. Signed "Duco". Old grey overpaint on sides and back. Minor wear. 21.25" x 21.25".

Lot: 533 - AMERICAN FRAKTUR.

AMERICAN FRAKTUR. Printed on paper with handcoloring. Small size with colorful birds and flowers. Inked information with date April 18, 1941. Foxing and creases with small holes. Late reeded frame, 9" x 9".

Lot: 534 - THREE AMERICAN WATERCOLORS.

THREE AMERICAN WATERCOLORS. Mid 19th century, watercolor and ink on paper. Basket of fruit theorem, 6.5"h. 8"w., and shepherdess in a field, 5.5"h. 6.75"w. Together with a miniature bouquet dated and initialed "CM 25/6/27" (June 25, 1827). 2.75"h.

Lot: 535 - BOSTON CHIPPENDALE REVERSE-SERPENTINE SECRETARY

BOSTON CHIPPENDALE REVERSE-SERPENTINE SECRETARY BOOKCASE. Third quarter-18th century, mahogany with pine secondary. Three-piece bookcase with removable closed bonnet crest with old flame finials. Top has two blind doors with scalloped molding and

Lot: 536 - MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF CHILD.

MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF CHILD. First half-19th century. Dressed in blue and wearing coral jewelry. Papier mache frame, 4.25"h. 3.5"w. Ex Patricia Stauble Antiques & Associates (Maine).

Lot: 537 - MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF YOUNG MAN.

MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF YOUNG MAN. Second half-19th century. Dressed in blue with blue eyes. Minor surface wear. Papier mache frame, 5"h. 4"w.

Lot: 538 - ENGLISH NEEDLEWORK PANEL.

ENGLISH NEEDLEWORK PANEL. Early 19th century. Silk on silk of flowering tree in pastel shades. Inlaid frame, once part of a fire screen. 17"h. 19"w.

Lot: 539 - AMERICAN TEXTILE PRINT OF THE DECLARATION OF

AMERICAN TEXTILE PRINT OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. Ca. 1830 by the "Boston Chemical Printing Company". Rare print of the Declaration in black on a piece of linen. In addition to the text there are the signers' names, a printed article by

Lot: 540 - CHIPPENDALE TALL CASE CLOCK ATTRIBUTED TO EGERTON

CHIPPENDALE TALL CASE CLOCK ATTRIBUTED TO EGERTON FAMILY. New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2nd half-18th century, mahogany. Fluted quarter columns with rope twist columns on the base. Cove molded waist, shaped door and applied panel on base, and ogee

Lot: 541 - AMERICAN HOOKED RUG.

AMERICAN HOOKED RUG. Early 20th century. Sailing ship at sea. Mounted on stretcher. 27.5"h. 50"w.

Lot: 542 - CANVASBACK DECOY BY JOHN ROTH.

CANVASBACK DECOY BY JOHN ROTH. Oshkosh, Wisconsin, (1885-1948). Signed in pencil. Working decoy with original paint and glass eyes. Wear from use. 19"l.

Lot: 543 - CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY BY FRANK STREY,

CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY BY FRANK STREY, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, (1890-1966). Working decoy with original paint and glass eyes. Age splits and some shot scars. 17.5"l.

Lot: 544 - CANVASBACK DRAKE BY FRANK STREY.

CANVASBACK DRAKE BY FRANK STREY. Oshkosh, Wisconsin, (1890-1966). Typed label on underside. Original paint and glass eyes. Surface wear. 19.25"l.

Lot: 545 - AMERICAN DOUGH BOX.

AMERICAN DOUGH BOX. Mid 19th century, pine. Square nails, canted sides and turned legs. Old red paint. Age split. 27.5"h. 42"w. 19.5"d.

Lot: 546 - AMERICAN CHEST OF DRAWERS.

AMERICAN CHEST OF DRAWERS. Second half-19th century, mixed woods including walnut, maple and poplar. Four dovetailed drawers with replaced wood pulls and flame grain veneer. Peaked crest and turned feet. 43"h. 36.5"w. 18"d.

Lot: 547 - EUROPEAN BED STEPS.

EUROPEAN BED STEPS. Nineteenth century, mahogany veneer. Three steps with leather insets and rope twist carved moldings. Dovetailed drawer in the side, carved floral legs. Refinished. 27"h. 22.5"w. 33"d.

Lot: 548 - AMERICAN SHAVING MIRROR.

AMERICAN SHAVING MIRROR. Mid 19th century, mahogany with poplar secondary. Two dovetailed drawers with rounded fronts and carved leaves on sides. Turned posts support rounded frame mirror. Refinished. 36"h. 23"w. 10"d.

Lot: 549 - TWO PAIR QUEEN ANNE BRASS CANDLESTICKS.

TWO PAIR QUEEN ANNE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. England, mid 18th century. Seamed construction. Petal bases and scalloped rims, 7.75"h., and paneled bases, 7"h. Some imperfections.

Lot: 550 - CHIPPENDALE MIRROR.

CHIPPENDALE MIRROR. American or English, 3rd quarter-18th century, mahogany veneer. Scrolled frame and liner with phoenix crest and applied garlands. Refinished with regilding. Old mirror. 48"h. 22"w.

Lot: 551 - MINIATURE PORTRAITS OF NAPOLEON AND JOSEPHINE.

MINIATURE PORTRAITS OF NAPOLEON AND JOSEPHINE. Mid 19th century. Well-done profiles, both artist signed "Lenoir" and "Chorly". Round horn frames with silver and mother-of-pearl inlay, 3.25"d.

Lot: 552 - AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE TILT-TOP STAND.

AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE TILT-TOP STAND. Mid 18th century, mahogany. One-board dish top, slender column and pad feet. Top repairs. 27"h. 20"d.

Lot: 553 - CONNECTICUT SHELF CLOCK.

CONNECTICUT SHELF CLOCK. Ca. 1830. Paper label for M & E Blakeslee. Original stencil decoration on case, applied half pilasters and stylized paw feet. Painted dial and original reverse painted panel. 29"h. 17.5"w.

Lot: 554 - AMERICAN PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK.

AMERICAN PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK. Second half-20th century, curly maple. Brass finials, modern paper Eli Terry label, hand painted dial and reverse glass panel. 31.5"h. 16.5"w.

Lot: 555 - AMERICAN MODEL OF A BALTIMORE CLIPPER SHIP.

AMERICAN MODEL OF A BALTIMORE CLIPPER SHIP. Attributed to New England, ca. 1880. Hand made with wooden hull and masts and string rigging. Original paint with name "Harriet Jane". 25"h. 28.5"l. including base.

Lot: 556 - THREE AMERICAN LACY GLASS SALTS.

THREE AMERICAN LACY GLASS SALTS. First half-19th century. Two boats. Opalescent blue by Boston & Sandwich BT4a (very rare), 3.5"l., and cobalt blue BT9, 3.75"l. Together with cobalt blue Boston & Sandwich salt SN1b (rare), 3"l.

Lot: 557 - FOUR PIECES OF AMERICAN GLASS.

FOUR PIECES OF AMERICAN GLASS. Mid 19th century. Paneled. Three salts, probably Pittsburgh. Footed in amethyst (chips), and violet blue, 3"h. and a cobalt arch or loop, 1.75"h. Together with an amethyst inkwell with copper cap, 2"h.

Lot: 558 - KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK RIFLE BY CHRISTIAN BECK.

KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK RIFLE BY CHRISTIAN BECK. Upper Susquehanna School, late 18th century. Curly maple full stock with octagonal barrel signed "C. Beck" for Christian Beck, Jr. (Pennsylvania, 1750-1806). Lock faintly marked, appears to be original.

Lot: 559 - KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK RIFLE.

KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Late 18th-early 19th century, Curly maple full stock with octagonal barrel initialed "GS" possibly for George Smith (Union County, Pennsylvania). Lock marked "C. Bird & Co., Philada. Warranted". Scroll carving in

Lot: 560 - KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK RIFLE.

KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Reading School, ca.1800. Attributed to Wolfgang Haga (Berks County, Pennsylvania). Curly maple full stock with octagonal barrel. Original lock has faint mark "__apper & Co." Incised scroll carving behind, under and in

Lot: 561 - KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK RIFLE.

KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK RIFLE. Late 18th century, Curly maple full stock with octagonal barrel initialed "WL". Unmarked converted lock. Incised line on stock. Brass patchbox and trigger guard. Eleven silver inlays including hands and man in the moon as

Lot: 562 - TANSEL POWDER HORN.

TANSEL POWDER HORN. Ohio or Indiana, dated 1844. Carved spout end with elaborate colored engraving by Timothy Tansel. Includes American eagle and American Indian hunting a running deer with bow and eagle. The end cap is inset with print under glass

Lot: 563 - AMERICAN ENGRAVED POWDER HORN.

AMERICAN ENGRAVED POWDER HORN. First half-19th century. Compass stars near the wooden end. Carved spout. 9.5"l.

Lot: 564 - THOUGHTS ON THE KENTUCKY RIFLE IN ITS GOLDEN AGE.

THOUGHTS ON THE KENTUCKY RIFLE IN ITS GOLDEN AGE. By Joe Kindig. Hardcover with slipcase. Number 198 of 200, signed by all the authors.

Lot: 565 - EUROPEAN POCKET.

EUROPEAN POCKET. Early 19th century. Cloth pocket with inked quotes from Chaucer and floral designs on both sides. One side with basket of flowers has the name "Walthea D___ Duxsburg, September 19th, 1814". Framed between glass. 22"h. 20.5"w.

Lot: 566 - AMERICAN BURL BOWL.

AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Oblong with carved cut out handles. Good figure. Old refinishing with replaced bottom. 8"h. 18"l.

Lot: 567 - ENGLISH TURNED BOWL.

ENGLISH TURNED BOWL. Nineteenth century. Oak burl. Refinished. 5"h. 17"d.

Lot: 568 - AMERICAN PIE SAFE.

AMERICAN PIE SAFE. Mid 19th century, mixed woods including maple. Turned legs, incised cockbeaded doors and interior shelves. Sides and doors have punched tins with stars and pinwheels. Cleaned down. 52.5"h. 40.75"w. 18.25"d.

Lot: 569 - TWO AMERICAN LADDERBACK SIDE CHAIRS.

TWO AMERICAN LADDERBACK SIDE CHAIRS. Second half-19th century, curly maple. Turned finials, replaced rush seats. Shorter has old worn red paint, the other is refinished. 16.5h." seat, 39"h. and 17"h. seat, 43"h. overall.

Lot: 570 - TWO AMERICAN PANTRY OR SEED BOXES.

TWO AMERICAN PANTRY OR SEED BOXES. Nineteenth century. Round bentwood, natural surfaces, iron tacks. Lapped seams with black painted compass star on lid. Wear. 2.25"h. 4"d. And single fingers on lid and base. Minor edge loss. 1"h. 2"d.

Lot: 572 - TWO AMERICAN TIN LANTERNS.

TWO AMERICAN TIN LANTERNS. Mid 19th century. Candle lanterns. One with reflector door and three glass panes, 17"h., and one with traces of original japanning and wire guards over glass panes. Imperfections. 15.5"h.

Lot: 573 - RHODE ISLAND QUEEN ANNE HIGH CHEST.

RHODE ISLAND QUEEN ANNE HIGH CHEST. Possibly by Abram Utter, Hopkinton, Rhode Island, ca. 1725, curly maple, maple with pine secondary. A very fine, early and rare flat top two-part high chest. Top has fine crest molding and two over three

Lot: 574 - TALL CASE CLOCK BY JOEL CURTIS.

TALL CASE CLOCK BY JOEL CURTIS. Cairo, New York, ca. 1825-26, pine. Old alligatored brown paint over red ground. Painted floral dial, gooseneck bonnet with freestanding columns and turned finials. Case has turned feet and chamfered edges with

Lot: 575 - SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY JOSEPH FARR (MASSACHUSETTS,

SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY JOSEPH FARR (MASSACHUSETTS, 1775-1845). Brass with silvered dial and inclinometer marked "J. Farr...No. 37". Wooden tripod. On a custom base with surveying box. 63"h. overall. 13"l.

Lot: 576 - SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY JOHN DUPREE (MASSACHUSETTS,

SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY JOHN DUPREE (MASSACHUSETTS, MID 18TH CENTURY). Wood with worn paper label "Made & Sold by John Dupree, Boston" and wood sighting vanes. Wooden tripod in custom base. 53.5"h. 12"l. Ex John J Hayes (Pennsylvania).

Lot: 577 - SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY ANDREW NEWELL

SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY ANDREW NEWELL (MASSACHUSETTS, 1749-1798). Brass and silvered dial marked "A. Newell, Boston". Wooden tripod with custom base. 45"h. 14"l.

Lot: 578 - SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY JOSEPH FARR (MASSACHUSETTS,

SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY JOSEPH FARR (MASSACHUSETTS, 1775-1845). Brass with silvered dial marked "J. Farr, Manlius Village". Gear driven Vernier compass with replaced sighting vanes and inclinometer with levels. Wooden pole. 63"l. overall. 16"l.

Lot: 579 - SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY DAVID MAIN, JR.

SURVEYOR'S COMPASS BY DAVID MAIN, JR. Connecticut/Massachusetts, late 18th-early 19th century. Rare brass and silvered dial with inclinometer, marked "David Main Jr. June 24, 1800". Engraved dove detail on face. Wooden tripod with custom base.

Lot: 580 - GERMAN NOAH'S ARK.

GERMAN NOAH'S ARK. Attributed to Erzgebirge Germany, last quarter-19th century. Hand painted wooden ark with sixty-eight animals and people. Interesting mix of animals including moose, rhinos, dog, elephant, anteater, monkey, several birds and

Lot: 581 - EARLY QUILT.

EARLY QUILT. Probably American, early 19th century, glazed cotton prints. Blue floral basket and ferns design reverses to bars of matching stylized leaf pattern, one in pink, one in mustard yellow. Neatly handsewn and quilted in one inch diamonds,

Lot: 582 - HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATTER.

HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATTER. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. "Landing of Gen. Lafayette" in dark blue transfer with floral border. Impressed "Clews Warranted...". Small flake and minor edge wear. 13" x 17".

Lot: 583 - ENGLISH LEEDSWARE PLATTER.

ENGLISH LEEDSWARE PLATTER. Early 19th century. Blue feather scalloped edge with polychrome floral sprays. Lewis Scranton Collection sticker. 11.5" x 15.5".

Lot: 584 - PAINTED EAGLE BUTTERPRINT.

PAINTED EAGLE BUTTERPRINT. American, mid 19th century. Butterprint with unusual off center eagle and original paint decorated rim, wear to handle and small insect hole in print. 5"dia.

Lot: 585 - TWO BUTTERPRINTS.

TWO BUTTERPRINTS. American, 19th century. Cow with missing handle, 2.5"dia., and flower with leaves, 2"dia.

Lot: 586 - TWO COMPASS STAR BUTTERPRINTS.

TWO COMPASS STAR BUTTERPRINTS. American, mid 19th century. Round with circle decoration and wear to handle, 4"dia., and oval 5"l.

Lot: 587 - TWO AMERICAN BUTTERPRINTS.

TWO AMERICAN BUTTERPRINTS. Mid 19th century. Both with crosshatch foliate design, 4.5"dia., and 4.25"dia.

Lot: 588 - SEMICIRCULAR BUTTERPRINT.

SEMICIRCULAR BUTTERPRINT. American, mid 19th century. Sheaf of wheat surrounded by foliage, 7"l.

Lot: 589 - THREE BUTTERPRINTS.

THREE BUTTERPRINTS. American, mid 19th century. Heart surrounded by geometric design, 3.75"dia., and eagle with star, 3.5"dia. Together with oval compass star, 5.25"l.

Lot: 590 - SAN ILDEFONSO BOWL BY MARIA AND JULIAN MARTINEZ.

SAN ILDEFONSO BOWL BY MARIA AND JULIAN MARTINEZ. First half-20th century. Signed "Maria & Julian" (1887-1980 and 1879-1943). Black on blackware with geometric design. Surface wear. 2.5"h. 5.75"d.

Lot: 591 - SAN ILDEFONSO PLATE BY MARIA AND SANTANA MARTINEZ.

SAN ILDEFONSO PLATE BY MARIA AND SANTANA MARTINEZ. Second half-20th century. Signed "Marie & Santana" (Maria and Santana Martinez (1887-1980 and 1909-2002). Black on blackware plate with feather design. 6.25"d.

Lot: 592 - SANTA CLARA POT BY HELEN SHUPLA.

SANTA CLARA POT BY HELEN SHUPLA. Second half-20th century. Signed "Helen Shupla, Santa Clara Pueblo", (1928-1985). Blackware with raised avanyu figure. 2.5"h. 4.5"d.

Lot: 593 - SAN ILDEFONSO BOWL BY BLUE CORN.

SAN ILDEFONSO BOWL BY BLUE CORN. Second half-20th century. Signed "Blue Corn, San Ildefonso Pueblo". Crucita Calabaza, "Blue Corn" (1921-1999). Geometric pattern on shoulder. 2"h. 3.5"d.

Lot: 594 - THREE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS.

THREE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS. Second half-20th century. Blackware. Two signed by "Celia Lopez" with tooled rims. Raised snake, 6.25"h., and lizard, 6"h. Together with an incised design signed "Tavo Silveria". 6.25"h.

Lot: 595 - THREE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS.

THREE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS. Second half-20th century. Black on blackware. Two signed by Manuel Corona, 7"h. Worn. And one by Roberto Banuelos, 4"h. 8"d.

Lot: 596 - TWO AMERICAN INDIAN POTS.

TWO AMERICAN INDIAN POTS. Second half-20th century. Black on blackware with raised lizard designs. One signed "Manuel G. Quezada", 6.75"h. 8.5"d., and one "Jose L. Quezada", 5.5"h. 8"d.

Lot: 597 - FOUR AMERICAN INDIAN POTS.

FOUR AMERICAN INDIAN POTS. Twentieth century. Two black on blackware, the smaller attributed to the Martinez family, 3.5"h. 5.25"h., San Ildefonso slipware, 3"h., and one signed "Javier Corona" 8.5"h. Imperfections.

Lot: 598 - FOUR AMERICAN INDIAN POTS.

FOUR AMERICAN INDIAN POTS. Mid 20th century. Slipware. Hopi, 4"h., and Acoma including a bowl with spirit line, 4.5"h. 8"d. Other two pots, 7.5"h. 6"d.

Lot: 599 - FOUR CASA GRANDE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS.

FOUR CASA GRANDE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS. Mid 20th century. Slipware on buff ground. The largest signed "Genoveva Sandoval". 5", 5.75", 7.25", 10"h.

Lot: 600 - FIVE AMERICAN INDIAN ITEMS.

FIVE AMERICAN INDIAN ITEMS. Twentieth century. Three scoops. One refinished curly maple, with paper label "Chippewa", 6.5"l., and two Hopi pottery. Signed "Bertha Kinale Walpi Village", 5.25"l., and flower for Spring Flower, 6"l. Together with an

Lot: 601 - THREE BLACKWARE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS.

THREE BLACKWARE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS. Mid 20th century. Signed. Two from San Ildefonso, Plate by "Florence". Chip. 8"d. Bowl by "Lupita Martinez", 1.5"h. 4.25"d., and a pot signed in chalk "Cactus Flower, Santa Clara Pueblo". 4.25"h. 6.5"d.

Lot: 602 - TWO ACOMA POTS.

TWO ACOMA POTS. Mid 20th century. Slipware. Both marked "Acoma, N. Mex". Ruffled rim, 6.5"h., and one with birds, 3.5"h.

Lot: 603 - THREE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS.

THREE AMERICAN INDIAN POTS. Mid 20th century. Slipware. "Hopi", 3.5"h. and one signed with an ear of corn, 2.5"h. 5.5"d. Together with a small Zuni pot with a deer with heartline, 2.25"h. 3.5"d.

Lot: 604 - NAVAJO RUG.

NAVAJO RUG. Second half-20th century. Black, browns and natural with spirit line. 41" x 53".

Lot: 605 - INUIT CARVING OF AN EAGLE.

INUIT CARVING OF AN EAGLE. Twentieth century. Two-tone carving in hardstone of eagle on a rock. Signed on the bottom "Cline (?) 787". Damage to wings. 12"h.

Lot: 606 - TWO INUIT STONE CARVINGS.

TWO INUIT STONE CARVINGS. Twentieth century. Waterfowl, 3"h., and flying bird, 3.25"h. Tail on bird has been reworked. Both have faint markings on the underside.

Lot: 607 - PAIR OF WOODLANDS INDIAN BEADED MOCCASINS.

PAIR OF WOODLANDS INDIAN BEADED MOCCASINS. Twentieth century. Leather with single stitched floral beaded cuffs and vamps. Minor wear and loss. 10.5"l.

Lot: 608 - PAIR OF PLAINS INDIAN BEADED MOCCASINS.

PAIR OF PLAINS INDIAN BEADED MOCCASINS. First half-20th century. Leather with overall all lazy stitched beadwork, geometric designs on a blue ground. Wear and some loss. 9"l.

Lot: 609 - LARGE AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET.

LARGE AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET. Late 19th-early 20th century. Impressive size and tightly woven with spiraling geometric bands. Old inked label (illegible). Some stitch loss and rim break. 8"h. 20.25"d.

Lot: 610 - TWO ACOMA AMERICAN INDIAN POTS.

TWO ACOMA AMERICAN INDIAN POTS. First half-20th century. Slip decoration, the smaller having flowers. Bottle bottoms. Wear and edge flakes. 6", 7"h.

Lot: 611 - AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET.

AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET. First half-20th century. Narrow neck. Finely woven with diamond bands around the circumference. Minor stitch loss on the rim. 4.5"h. 8.25"d.

Lot: 612 - NORTHWEST COAST AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET AND HAT.

NORTHWEST COAST AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET AND HAT. Mid 20th century. Yurok basket with stepped designs. Minor stitch loss. 3.5"h. 5.25"d. And a hat with triangular designs, 3.5"h. 7.25"d.

Lot: 613 - HOPI POT BY FANNIE NAMPEYO.

HOPI POT BY FANNIE NAMPEYO. Second half-20th century. Signed "Fannie Nampeyo" (1900-1987). Feather design. Small nick on underside. 2.5"h. 4.25"d.

Lot: 614 - TWO ZUNI OWL FIGURES.

TWO ZUNI OWL FIGURES. Mid 20th century. Pottery figures, smaller marked "NB Zuni". 3.5"h.

Lot: 615 - FIVE NORTHWEST COAST AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETS.

FIVE NORTHWEST COAST AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETS. Mid 20th century. All with lids and colored designs of ducks and birds. Some splits and fading. 2"h. 2.75"d. to 3.5"h. 5.5"d.

Lot: 616 - NORTHWEST COAST AMERICAN INDIAN COVERED BASKET.

NORTHWEST COAST AMERICAN INDIAN COVERED BASKET. Mid 20th century. Probably Yurok with triangular design. Some edge loss. 5.5"h. 5.5"d.

Lot: 617 - TWO NAVAJO RUGS.

TWO NAVAJO RUGS. Mid 20th century, wool. Small saddle blanket in red, natural and brown. 18.5" x 38". And a diamond pattern rug in natural and shades of brown. 4' x 6'11". Some stains and color bleeding.

Lot: 618 - NAVAJO RUG.

NAVAJO RUG. Mid 20th century, wool. Stepped diamond design in red, browns and natural. Stains. 3'10" x 6'.

Lot: 619 - AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET.

AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET. Early 20th century. Possibly Apache. Large basket with woven figures including turtles and lizards. Wear with some missing stitches. 11"h. 14.5"d.

Lot: 619A - NORTHWEST KAYAK MODEL WITH FIGURE.

NORTHWEST KAYAK MODEL WITH FIGURE. North American, 20th century. The kayak and Inuit figure within both hide covered in dark brown, with wood. Double sided oar with bone tips carved separately. 26"l.

Lot: 619B - BEADWORK SASH.

BEADWORK SASH. Twentieth century. The full length completed with blue and white cylindrical glass beads. 36.5"l., plus fringe.

Lot: 619C - NATIVE AMERICAN NECKLACE.

NATIVE AMERICAN NECKLACE. North American, 20th century. A double strand necklace of blue, red and brass beads, separating the long bone beads. 28"l.

Lot: 619D - TWO MATA ORTIZ POTTERY JARS.

TWO MATA ORTIZ POTTERY JARS. Mid 20th century. Slip decorated. One signed "Miquel Bugarini", 8.5"h. 10"d. and one signed "Yolanda S." (Soto). Hairline. 9"h. 11"d.

Lot: 620 - AMERICAN DANCING MAN TOY.

AMERICAN DANCING MAN TOY. Found in Maine, early 20th century. Carved wooden, articulated man in officer's uniform. Original paint has wear. 12.5"h. Ex Halsey Munson, (Illinois).

Lot: 621 - AMERICAN BASKET.

AMERICAN BASKET. Early 20th century, woven vines. Two lift lids and bentwood handle. Patriotic paint scheme in the form of two bull's eyes around the handle. 15"h. 19.5"l.

Lot: 622 - FOUR AMERICAN FANCY SHERATON CHAIRS.

FOUR AMERICAN FANCY SHERATON CHAIRS. Ca. 2nd quarter-19th century. Two sides and two armchairs with turned legs with reeded front legs and crisscross backs. Old green paint with pineapple stencils. Stuffed rush seats appear original. 17" seat,

Lot: 623 - FOUR FRAMES OF HANDCOLORED BIRD PRINTS.

FOUR FRAMES OF HANDCOLORED BIRD PRINTS. American and English, 19th century. Engravings of four geese from Rev. Morris' "A History of British Birds", 22"h. 26"w., bird and plant "Oenanth Americana", 25"h. 21.5"w. and "Rail and Woodcock" engraved by

Lot: 624 - AMERICAN COUNTRY DESK ON FRAME.

AMERICAN COUNTRY DESK ON FRAME. Mid 19th century, pine. Slant front dovetailed desk with dovetailed gallery and interior open well with shelf. Turned leg base with "H" stretcher. Old red paint. Some wear. 38"h. 28.5"w. 21"d.

Lot: 625 - AMERICAN CHANDELIER.

AMERICAN CHANDELIER. Found in Vermont, 19th century. Wooden with old grey paint and scrolled tin arms and candle sockets. Age splits. 14"h. 21. 5"d. Ex Halsey Munson (Illinois).

Lot: 626 - TWO OVERSHOT COVERLETS.

TWO OVERSHOT COVERLETS. American, 1st half-19th century, wool and cotton. Red, green and natural with elaborate fringe, 78" x 96", and red, green, blue with natural, 82" x 90".

Lot: 627 - "NEW MAP OF THE ENGLISH EMPIRE IN AMERICA", JOHN

"NEW MAP OF THE ENGLISH EMPIRE IN AMERICA", JOHN SENEX. Printed in London, 1719, engraving on laid paper. Shows the East Coast and Atlantic ocean. Minimal handcoloring. Imperfections. Modern frame, 28"h. 30.5"w. Ex Kurt Gippert, Americans

Lot: 628 - AMERICAN TIN LANTERN.

AMERICAN TIN LANTERN. Mid 19th century. Lantern with three glass panes and a mirrored reflector on the back. Oil font has threaded neck. Old black paint. Imperfections. 14.5"h.

Lot: 629 - BARN LANTERN.

BARN LANTERN. American or European, 19th century. Candle lantern in mortised pine frame with original red paint. Tin "air tubes" and wrought iron handle. 10"h. without handle.

Lot: 630 - PORTRAIT OF YOUNG BOY (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND

PORTRAIT OF YOUNG BOY (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Full-length portrait of boy with whip and dog on a colorful ground. Restoration. 38.25"h. 27.75"w., strip frame, 38.75"h. 28.25"w.

Lot: 631 - AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK.

AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK. Second half-18th century, maple with some figure, pine secondary. Four dovetailed, graduated drawers with original brasses, bracket feet and plain fitted interior. Refinished with some pieced repairs, age

Lot: 632 - AMERICAN MODEL OF FARMSTEAD.

AMERICAN MODEL OF FARMSTEAD. Maine, late 19th century. Hand made of wood, printed paper labels and original paint. Well done. Includes farm house, barn with cupola, 25"h. 20"w., corn crib, well, and weathervane, 25"h. Some loss and wear.

Lot: 633 - AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST.

AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, poplar. Six-board dovetailed case, bracket feet and till. Original flame grain paint. Wear. 20.25"h. 37.5"w. 18"d.

Lot: 634 - TWO AMERICAN FOLK ART PENGUINS.

TWO AMERICAN FOLK ART PENGUINS. Twentieth century. Original paint. One made from a bowling pin, 14.75"h., and one carved from one piece of wood, 15.5"h.

Lot: 635 - ROCKING HORSE.

ROCKING HORSE. From Leominster, Massachusetts, late 19th century. Carved horse with glass eyes. Surface cleaned down, replaced ears and horsehair mane and tail. On glider base with original red paint. Paper label "Whitney and Reed Co., Leominster,

Lot: 636 - PAIR OF AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS VASES.

PAIR OF AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS VASES. Possibly New England Glass Company, mid 19th century. Loop pattern with ruffled edge in emerald green. Attached to marble bases. Straw marks. 11"h.

Lot: 637 - PAIR OF AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS VASES.

PAIR OF AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS VASES. Possibly New England Glass Company, mid 19th century. Loop pattern with ruffled edge in violet blue. Attached to marble bases. Bubbles. 9.75"h.

Lot: 638 - PENNSYLVANIA CRADLE.

PENNSYLVANIA CRADLE. Nineteenth century, mixed woods including pine. Shaped edges, slat bottom and acorn finials. Refinished. 24"h. 43.5"w.

Lot: 639 - PORTRAIT OF A MAN SIGNED "FROST" (ENGLISH SCHOOL,

PORTRAIT OF A MAN SIGNED "FROST" (ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Young man in brass buttoned coat. Surface wear. 30"h. 25"w., framed, 35.5"h. 31.5"w.

Lot: 640 - PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN WESLEY

PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN WESLEY JARVIS (AMERICAN, 1780-1840). Oil on wood panel, unsigned. Young woman in white, Eliza Van Wyck. Restoration. 30"h 25"w., framed, 37.25"h. 29.75"w. From the Ann Stone Estate (Redding, Connecticut).

Lot: 641 - PORTRAIT OF A MAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND

PORTRAIT OF A MAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Oil on wooden panel, unsigned. Reputedly a Maine ship captain. Gentleman seated in a chair. Some restoration. 30"h. 25"w., framed, 36"h. 30.5"w.

Lot: 642 - CURRIER AND IVES RACING PRINT.

CURRIER AND IVES RACING PRINT. Published by Currier & Ives, 1878, printed by Heppenheimer & Maurer. Color lithograph signed on the stone "Thos. Worth". Large folio "A Disputed Heat, Claiming a Foul", C# 1587. Some restoration. Framed, 32"h.

Lot: 643 - CURRIER AND IVES RACING PRINT.

CURRIER AND IVES RACING PRINT. Published by Currier & Ives, 1878, printed by Heppenheimer & Maurer. Color lithograph signed on the stone "Thos. Worth". Large folio "Ready for the Trot, Bring up your Horses", C# 5084. Some restoration and

Lot: 644 - AMERICAN STONEWARE CROCK.

AMERICAN STONEWARE CROCK. Mid 19th century. Elaborate brushed cobalt flower. Impressed "5" with two applied handles. Chips. 16"h.

Lot: 645 - OHIO STONEWARE WATER JUG.

OHIO STONEWARE WATER JUG. Mid 19th century. Brushed cobalt design with incised script "Wm. Rowby Manufactor Middleton, O." Two applied handles and bung hole. Stains. 21.5"h.

Lot: 646 - ***AMERICAN HORSE WEATHERVANE.

***AMERICAN HORSE WEATHERVANE. Possibly Harris & Co., Boston, late 19th century. Full-bodied running horse with cast zinc head. Verdigris patina. Imperfections. 29.5"h. 33.5"l. including modern base.

Lot: 647 - AMERICAN HUTCH TABLE.

AMERICAN HUTCH TABLE. First quarter-19th century, pine. Scrub top, dovetailed drawer in base, old surface on base and turnip feet. Imperfections. 30"h. 54.25"w. 43"d.

Lot: 648 - TWO AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKETS.

TWO AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKETS. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with single finger wood bands and bentwood swing handles. Old paint. Blue, 12.75"h., and green, 12"h. Wear and age split.

Lot: 649 - FOUR REDWARE PIE PLATES BY LESTER BREININGER

FOUR REDWARE PIE PLATES BY LESTER BREININGER (PENNSYLVANIA, 1935-2011). Signed and dated. Slip decorated with wavy lines, splatters and feather design. 10.5"d.

Lot: 650 - THEOREM BY DAVID ELLINGER (PENNSYLVANIA,

THEOREM BY DAVID ELLINGER (PENNSYLVANIA, 1913-2003). Oil on velvet, signed. Large basket of fruit with butterfly. Grain decorated frame, 17.5"h. 22.25"w.

Lot: 651 - THEOREM BY DAVID ELLINGER (PENNSYLVANIA,

THEOREM BY DAVID ELLINGER (PENNSYLVANIA, 1913-2003). Oil on velvet, signed lower left. Bird on basket of strawberries. Decorated frame, 17.75"h. 17.5"w.

Lot: 652 - PAIR OF AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE CHILD'S CHESTS.

PAIR OF AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE CHILD'S CHESTS. Attributed to McFadden, Ohio, 20th century, curly maple with pine secondary. Four graduated dovetailed drawers with cockbeading, French feet and scalloped apron. 26.75"h. 27.25"w. 15.75"d.

Lot: 653 - NINE PIECES OF CONTEMPORARY REDWARE.

NINE PIECES OF CONTEMPORARY REDWARE. Pennsylvania, 20th century. Seven by Lester Breininger (Pennsylvania, 1935-2011) including miniature basket, birdbath, belsnickle, and bird house, 10.5"h. Together with a chamberstick, 6"h., and bird, 4.5"h. by

Lot: 654 - FIVE PIECES CONTEMPORARY REDWARE.

FIVE PIECES CONTEMPORARY REDWARE. Pennsylvania, 20th century, signed and dated. Four pieces of sgraffito ware by Lester Breininger (Pennsylvania, 1935-2011). Jar, 4.75"h. and charger, 15.25"d., with black ground, and two plates with green ground,

Lot: 655 - TEN PIECES CONTEMPORARY REDWARE.

TEN PIECES CONTEMPORARY REDWARE. Pennsylvania, 20th century. Nine are signed and dated by Lester Breininger (Pennsylvania, 1935-2011). Covered jar, 5"h., and the rest are sgraffito plates and loaf pans. Together with a cream glazed plate, 8"d.

Lot: 656 - THREE AMERICAN DECOYS.

THREE AMERICAN DECOYS. Second half-19th century. Original paint and glass eyes. Two small decoys by the same hand, 12"l., and one signed "Russ Will", 12"l.

Lot: 657 - TWO DECOYS BY CHARLES MOORE.

TWO DECOYS BY CHARLES MOORE. American, 2nd half-20th century, signed and dated 1992. Carved wing details and glass eyes. Original paint. 16.5". 19.5"l.

Lot: 658 - AMERICAN SWAN CARVING.

AMERICAN SWAN CARVING. Late 20th century. Life-size carving with original paint and glass eyes. Some seam separation with flaking and inpainting. 31"l.

Lot: 659 - AMERICAN COUNTRY STEPBACK CUPBOARD.

AMERICAN COUNTRY STEPBACK CUPBOARD. First half-19th century, pine. One-piece cupboard with an open cant-back top and two shelves. Two interior shelves, door and cutout front feet. "H" hinges, rosehead and square nails. Old red paint with edge wear.

Lot: 660 - SEVEN AMERICAN BIRD CARVINGS.

SEVEN AMERICAN BIRD CARVINGS. Second half-20th century. All signed. Duck by Waterfield, two songbirds on driftwood by RP Coburn, 3.5"h., and two songbirds on driftwood wall mounts by Judy Townsend (New York), 6", 7"h. Together with an illegibly

Lot: 661 - SIX AMERICAN CARVED BIRDS.

SIX AMERICAN CARVED BIRDS. Second half-20th century. Signed. Two ducks by Larry Tawes, 6.5", 7"l., hooded merganser by Rick Reschke, 8"l., woodcock by Rubolino, and bird by Jim Walker. Together with a robin on base by Essex. 8"h. overall.

Lot: 662 - SEVEN AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED BIRDS.

SEVEN AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED BIRDS. Early 20th century. Original paint. Four on branches, 4.5" to 9"h. overall. and two on branches by the same maker, 7"h. Together with a bird on plinth, 5.5"h. Varying wear.

Lot: 663 - AMERICAN POSTER BED.

AMERICAN POSTER BED. Ca. 1830-1840, walnut and poplar. Rope twisted columns and blanket rail, urn and flame finials. Replaced side rails. 76"h. 57"w. 74"l.

Lot: 664 - AMERICAN POSTER BED.

AMERICAN POSTER BED. Ca. 1820-1840, mahogany. Reeded tall post bed with shaped headboard, urn finials and tester. Bed bolt covers. Sunfading and reworked side rails. 88"h. 58.75"w. 75"l.

Lot: 665 - TWO INDIANA JACQUARD COVERLETS.

TWO INDIANA JACQUARD COVERLETS. Richmond, Wayne County, 1846, wool and cotton. Center seam doubleweave in blue and white. Trademark eagle corner block for Matthew Rattray, 78" x 86", and a blue and white center seam, doubleweave coverlet with eagle

Lot: 666 - TWO PIECED QUILTS.

TWO PIECED QUILTS. American, 2nd half 19th century, cotton. Blazing Star in pinks and tans, handpieced and hand quilted in diamonds, 80" x 84", and blue and white Pickle Dish variation, handpieced and hand quilted, 70" x 82".

Lot: 667 - OHIO JACQUARD COVERLET.

OHIO JACQUARD COVERLET. Somerset, Perry County, 1853, wool and cotton. Blue and white two-piece doubleweave. Attributed to Frederick A. Hess, corner blocks states "Chestnut Leaf Sumerset 1853", and the pattern is of leaves with a bird border, 78" x

Lot: 668 - INDIANA JACQUARD COVERLET.

INDIANA JACQUARD COVERLET. Greensburg, Decatur County, 1860, wool and cotton. Two-piece doubleweave in dark blue, corner block reads "W. Craig / W V / Greensburg / DC / IA 1860" for William Craig Sr. 80" x 88".

Lot: 669 - PIECED QUILT.

PIECED QUILT. American, 3rd quarter-19th century, cotton prints. Sawtooth bars in pink and green with plaid backing. Neatly hand quilted in rows. 82" x 88".

Lot: 670 - OVERSHOT COVERLET.

OVERSHOT COVERLET. Found in Ohio, 1st half-19th century, wool and cotton. Center seam, red and blue with natural cotton, elaborate fringe. Pattern similar to "Monk's Belt" in Burnham and Burnham's "Keep Me Warm One Night", page 185. 77" x 92".

Lot: 671 - TWO CONNECTICUT BANISTER BACK SIDE CHAIRS.

TWO CONNECTICUT BANISTER BACK SIDE CHAIRS. Mid 18th century, mixed woods. Shaped crests, turned stretchers and replaced rush seats. Refinished, shorter has traces of red paint and nailed repair. 16"h. seat, 43"h. and 19"h. seat, 47"h. overall.

Lot: 672 - AMERICAN BLANKET CHEST.

AMERICAN BLANKET CHEST. Ca. 1830, walnut and pine. Black paint decorated chest with dovetailed case, dovetailed bracket base and faux flame mahogany. 20.5"h. 37.75"w. 18.75"d.

Lot: 673 - TWO THEOREMS BY TERRY J. GRAHAM (AMERICAN, LATE

TWO THEOREMS BY TERRY J. GRAHAM (AMERICAN, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Oil on velvet, signed. Basket of fruit, 19"h. 23"w., and rooster, 25"h. 25.5"w. Both in decorated frames with applied hearts.

Lot: 674 - SIX AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE-STYLE CHAIRS.

SIX AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE-STYLE CHAIRS. Late 20th century. Four matching sides with pierced "owl" splats. Minor wear. 18" seat, 38"h. And a matching armchair and side chair with shell crests and ball and claw feet. 18" seat, 39"h. Blue upholstery.

Lot: 675 - NEW YORK STONEWARE JUG.

NEW YORK STONEWARE JUG. Mid 19th century. Cobalt flower and impressed label "Lehman & Reidinger, Poughkeepsie, NY 2". Applied handle. 12.25"h.

Lot: 676 - PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE JUG.

PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE JUG. Mid 19th century. Impressed label "James Ryan, Pittston, Pa" with script cobalt merchant's label "Casey Bros, Scranton, Pa". Applied handle. Copy of Casey receipt taped to jug. 11"h.

Lot: 677 - TWO CARVED AMERICAN FOLK ART FIGURES.

TWO CARVED AMERICAN FOLK ART FIGURES. Twentieth century. Pennsylvania Dutch woman, 11.5"h., and a mid century carving of a man with a ball cap. Original paint. 13.5"h.

Lot: 678 - TWO LARGE GERMAN KUGELS.

TWO LARGE GERMAN KUGELS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Silver, 10.5"d., and medium blue, 11"d. Some wear.

Lot: 679 - TWO LARGE GERMAN KUGELS.

TWO LARGE GERMAN KUGELS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Silver. Worn, 9.5"d. And green, 11.5"d.

Lot: 680 - NEW YORK DECORATED BLANKET CHEST.

NEW YORK DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, pine. Six-board dovetailed case with original paint. Till with secret compartment. Imperfections. 17.5"h. 43"w. 18.5"d.




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