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Auction Date Apr 28 Auction
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Downingtown, PA
Time 10:00AM
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Americana & International Auction
Saturday, April 28 at 10am

Exhibition
Saturday, April 21 - 9am to 1pm
Wednesday, April 25 - 10am to 4pm
Thursday, April 26 - 10am to 4pm
Friday, April 27 - 10am to 4pm
Saturday, April 28 - 8am to 10am

Breakfast Reception
Saturday, April 28, 2018: 8am - 10am
rsvp to info@pookandpook.com

Press Release – Pook & Pook’s April 28, 2018 Americana & International Auction in Downingtown, PA

Even as chilly winter weather persists, Pook & Pook, Inc. is looking to heat things up with their ever-popular annual spring Americana & International auction. On April 28th at 10am just over 500 lots are set to cross the auction block. Bidders young and old are invited to shake off that winter weather funk and discover a new bit of history to breathe fresh air into their collection.

Saturday morning’s auction draws its strength from a group of devoted collectors who have sustained the past in their finely-curated estates and cherished family heirlooms. Fine art, folk art, furniture, and ephemera from a number of important estates create the bulk of this sale, featuring items from The Estate of Dorothy Burkholder, Huntington Beach, CA, The Estate of Charles R. McCrae, Berwyn, PA, The Estate of Robert S. Knox, New Oxford, PA, The Collection of Bruce Linder, Bel Air, MD, The Transferware Collection of Benjamin and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, PA, and The Estate of Larry Dumont, Easton, PA.

Highlights from this sale include an Ammi Phillips portrait ($12000-18000) descended from the family of the sitter, a sought-after blue Berks County painted dower chest c. 1775 ($80000-120000) with a high quality of remaining paint, and a banjo clock ($1500-2500) by Massachusetts clockmaker and convicted murderer Elmer Stennes. Other interesting and exciting items offered in this sale include a diverse assortment of cast iron door stops, Pennsylvania Chippendale furniture, and an exceptional late 19th c. gilt sheet copper ice skate weathervane plucked from a Vermont workshop ($6000-9000).

Pook & Pook, Inc.’s sale will begin with an assortment of fine art. A winter landscape by pioneer of American Impressionism, Charles Morris Young, decommissioned from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, will be the first item to cross the block. Following in sale are a vast assortment of oil paintings featuring farm scenes, equestrian themes, maritime motifs, and Pennsylvania landscapes. A painting by Ben Austrian, renowned painter of poultry, is expected to do very well in sale and carries an estimate of $15,000-$20,000. Other paintings worthy of mention include a John Folinsbee ($3000-4000), a Fern Coppedge ($4000-6000), and a meticulously detailed bird’s eye view of a Berks County farm by “Pennsylvania Almshouse Painter” Charles Hofmann ($20000-40000). The late addition of an impressive pair of Rembrandt Peale portraits rounds out Pook & Pook’s offering of exceptional paintings.

Folk art will follow in sale and features items such as an eight gallon crock marked Eberhart & Williams ($3000-5000), from the short-lived 1866-1870 partnership of Adolph Eberhart and J.G. Williams. Very few pieces are known to exist with this inscription. A number of lots featuring Native American beaded bandolier bags will invite competition amongst bidders, as well as several Native American pipe tomahawks. A Hattie Brunner watercolor and gouache winter landscape ($800-1200) will sit comfortably among other Lancaster County treasures, and the unique Arts and Crafts walnut dresser box, attributed to Daniel Pabst ($400-700) will undoubtedly attract the eye of many interested collectors. One lucky baseball fan will hit a home run winning a Louisville Slugger baseball bat made for President Ford signed by forty members of the Baseball Hall of Fame ($3,000-5,000).

George Washington, founding father of the United States, is present throughout the sale with a number of items featuring his image and even his hand. Such items include a portrait by Jane Stuart, after her father Gilbert Stuart’s iconic Athenaeum portrait, ($8000-12000) and an impressive collection of twenty-four Currier color lithographs of U.S. Presidents and historical figures ($1000-2000). Perhaps the most exciting inclusion of General Washington are three lots featuring his signature. A signed letter discussing British troop movements from 1779 ($20000-30000) is an excellent historical document of the American Revolutionary War and will be offered alongside other lots of letters, including those by Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson.

The transferware collection of Susan and Ben Ventresca is a great complement to this auction, featuring over seventy pieces of highly sought-after Historical blue Staffordshire including items stamped Stevenson, Ridgway, Clews, and E. Wood.  While amassing their collection, Ms. Ventresca has said that her personal “white whale” was the Arms of Pennsylvania platter, a most desirable piece that she acquired from Pook & Pook in 2010 for a record-breaking price. The Ventrescas are ready to share the joy of collecting antique transferware with others; the Arms of Pennsylvania platter will be making another appearance at Pook & Pook for this sale ($15000-25000).

A special addition to the sale are one hundred items from the Dumont Estate of Easton, Pennsylvania. An outstanding Walter Emerson Baum painting ($8000-12000) starts the collection. Also included is a massive weathervane, featuring a double ball and bannerette decoration, topping out at a staggering 140 inches ($1000-2000) accompanied by a newspaper photo of the lot in situ on the church from which it was removed. Rounding out this collection of trade signs, hooked rugs, weathervanes, furniture, fraktur, whirligigs, and quilts is a Canadian painted pine Dutch cupboard from the early 19th c. ($3000-5000) and an outstanding English crewelwork panel measuring 108” long ($500-1000).

Saturday’s sale will wind down with a collection of silver, both American and English. These items lead into a small grouping of International offerings, including those of European and Asian interest.

Interested bidders are encouraged to contact Pook & Pook, Inc. at info@pookandpook.com or (610) 269-4040 with questions regarding condition reports, online, in-house, phone or absentee bidder registration, or to purchase a printed catalog for the sale. Gallery exhibitions for the Americana and International sale are scheduled for Saturday, April 21st from 9am to 1pm, Wednesday, April 25th 10am-4pm, Thursday, April 26th at 10am-4pm, and Friday, April 27th at 10am-4pm. On the morning of Saturday, April 28th, reception will begin with breakfast at 8am (rsvp toinfo@pookandpook.com). Bidding for the Americana & International auction will open at 10am. Online bidding will be available on Bidsquare at www.bidsquare.com.

 

1001.   Charles Morris Young (American 1869-1964), oil on canvas winter landscape with fox hunt, titled Brown's Meadow, signed lower left and dated 1932-1941, with a Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts stamp on stretcher, 25" x 30". Exhibited 1932 Los Angeles Olympics. Provenance: A Delaware Collection.       Est. $20,000-30,000

 

1002.   Allen Cochran (American 1888-1971), oil on board winter landscape, titled Red Barns at Hemlock Hollow, signed lower right, 16" x 20".           Est. $800-1,200

 

1003.   Christopher Willett (American b. 1959), two small oil on board winter landscapes, both signed lower right, 5" x 4" and 4" x 5".         Est. $300-500

 

1004.   Walter Emerson Baum (American 1884-1956), oil on board winter landscape, inscribed verso 1938, signed lower right Baum, 16" x 20". Provenance: Collection of John J. and Elizabeth Dau, Pottstown, Pennsylvania.  Est. $2,000-2,500

 

1005.   George Gardner Symons (American 1863-1930), oil on canvas landscape, probably California, signed lower left, 50" x 40".   Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1006.   American oil on canvas landscape, 19th c., with Indian encampment, 15 1/2" x 26".       Est. $500-1,000

 

1007.   Marianna Sloan (American 1875-1954), oil on canvas titled Church in the Valley, signed lower right, 24" x 30".          Est. $500-1,000

 

1008.   Frank Knox Morton Rehn (American 1848-1914), oil on board landscape, signed lower right, 12" x 18".      Est. $400-800

 

1009.   Giovanni Martino (American 1908-1997), oil on canvas river landscape with sluice, signed lower right, 25" x 30".          Est. $800-1,200

 

1010.   John Folinsbee (American 1892-1972), oil on board landscape signed lower right, 7 1/2" x 9 3/4".            Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1011.   Fern Coppedge (American 1883-1951), oil on canvasboard autumnal Bucks County landscape, signed lower right, 12" x 10". Est. $4,000-6,000

 

1012.   Alexander John Drysdale (American 1870-1934), watercolor southern bayou landscape, probably Louisiana, signed lower right and dated 1916, 15" x 20".      Est. $1,500-2,000

 

1013.   Charles Rosen (American 1878-1950), oil on canvas titled Clay Pit, signed lower right, 25" x 30". Provenance: descended in the family of the artist to the present owner.       Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1014.   Charles Rosen (American 1878-1950), oil on canvas ship portrait, titled The Ida, signed lower left, 25" x 30". Provenance: descended in the family of the artist to the present owner.  Est. $4,000-7,000

 

1015.   George Phinney (American late 19th/early 20th c.), oil on canvas sunset coastal scene, signed verso, 7" x 9". Est. $300-500

 

1016.   Arthur Small (American 1885-1958), oil on canvas of the ship Staghound at Singapore, signed lower right and dated 1940, 21" x 27".           Est. $500-1,000

 

1017.   Elisee Maclet (French 1881-1962), oil on canvas of Sieck Island, signed lower left, 19 3/4" x 29". Provenance: Gallery of Modern Art, New York; Private Collection, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.  Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1018.   Frederic Rondel (American 1826-1892), oil on canvas seascape with ships, signed lower left, 24" x 40". Provenance: A New York collection.      Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1019.   Carl Philipp Weber (American 1849-1922), oil on canvas coastal scene, signed lower left, 12" x 20".      Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1020.   Selden Gile (American 1877-1947), oil on board coastal scene with sailboat, signed lower left, 7" x 9 1/4".     Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1021.   George Glenn Newell (American 18701947), oil on canvas landscape with cows, signed lower left, 48" x 52".        Est. $500-1,000

 

1022.   Henry Alken (British 1810-1894), two watercolor fox hunting scenes, both signed lower right, 10" x 14" and 10" x 13".       Est. $400-700

 

1023.   Henry Alken (British 1810-1894), three watercolor fox hunting scenes, two titled Breaking Cover and Long Leap, all signed lower right, 8" x 10 1/4", 7" x 10 1/4" and 7 1/2" x 10 1/2".       Est. $400-700

 

1024.   Henry Alken (British 1810-1894), three watercolor fox hunting scenes, one signed, 5 1/4" x 6 3/4".            Est. $300-500

 

1025.   John McAuliffe (American 1830-1900), oil on canvas of a horse and sulky, inscribed Victor sired by Gen. Knol 2:23, 24" x 36".     Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1026.   James Pollard (British 1792-1867), oil on canvas coaching scene, signed lower right, 27 3/4" x 35 1/2". Provenance: New Jersey Estate. Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1027.   Ben Austrian (American 1870-1921), oil on canvas hen and chicks, signed lower right, 18" x 24". Provenance: Estate of James Logan, Mount Holly, New Jersey.       Est. $15,000-20,000

 

1028.   Jean Cosson (French 1887-1956), oil on canvas of ballerinas in a foyer, signed lower left, 23 1/2" x 29". Provenance: Private Collection, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.   Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1029.   Jean Cosson (French 1887-1956), oil on canvas titled The Opera, signed lower right, 29" x 36". Provenance: Private Collection, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.           Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1030.   Louis Monzies (Italian late 19th c.), oil on canvas interior scene of a woman with a mandolin, signed lower left and dated '73, 21" x 10 3/4".          Est. $400-700

 

1031.   Charles Dickinson Langley (British 1799-1873), oil on canvas interior scene with a mother and four children, signed lower right and dated 1843, 28" x 36 1/2". Provenance: New Jersey Estate.          Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1032.   Gary Butson (American 20th/21st), oil of a sleeping nude, titled Summer Sleep, signed on backing, 13" x 18".        Est. $500-800

 

1033.   Gary Butson (American 20th/21st), oil of a woman on a couch, titled Sunday Afternoon, signed on backing, 7" x 10".       Est. $400-700

 

1034.   Gary Butson (American 20th/21st), mixed media female nude, 28" x 21".           Est. $400-700

 

1035.   Gary Butson (American 20th/21st), oil still life of grapes, signed on backing, 11" x 19". Est. $400-700

 

1036.   Gary Butson (American 20th/21st), oil still life with pears, signed on backing, 15" x 22".           Est. $400-700

 

1037.   Robert Vonnoh (American 1858-1933), oil on canvas landscape, signed lower right, 8" x 10".   Est. $800-1,200

 

1038.   Annie Snyder (American 1852-1927), oil on canvas still life with fruit, signed lower right, 15" x 24".            Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1039.   Attributed to Severin Roesen (American 1815-1872), oil on canvas still life with fruit, 30" x 25". A nearly identical work was sold at Sotheby's, December 3, 2008, lot 158.     Est. $8,000-12,000

 

1040.   Henry Gasser (American 1909-1981), watercolor street scene, titled Early Morning, Paris, signed lower right, 14 1/2" x 21 1/2".            Est. $500-1,000

 

1041.   Val Bertoia (American b. 1949), beryllium copper sound sculpture, #B-2088, 22 1/2" x 28 1/8". Est. $3,000-4,000

 

1042.   Lancaster County, Pennsylvania ink and watercolor fraktur birth certificate for Susana Herr, b. 1814, 9 1/2" x 7 1/2".  Est. $400-800

 

1043.   Philadelphia William and Mary ladderback armchair, mid 18th c., with scalloped slats, retaining an old Spanish brown surface.            Est. $800-1,200

 

1044.   Two Stiegel type enamel decorated bottles, 19th c., 6" h. Est. $200-300

 

1045.   Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., attributed to Diehl pottery, with yellow and green slip tulip decoration, 8" dia.       Est. $400-600

 

1046.   Southern hard pine diminutive corner cupboard, late 18th c., with a raised panel door, retaining an old layered paint history, 42" h., 26 1/2" w.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1047.   Continental bentwood bride's box, 19th c., with polychrome floral decoration, the lid with a man and woman, 6 3/4" h., 18 3/4" w., 12" d.       Est. $500-1,000

 

1048.   Philadelphia William and Mary ladderback armchair, mid 18th c., with scalloped slats, retaining a later blue surface by Peter Deen. Provenance: Skip Chalfant.        Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1049.   American oil on canvas folk portrait, ca. 1840, of a boy with a horse pull toy, 11 1/2" x 9 1/2". Est. $400-600

 

1050.   American oil on canvas portrait of a gentleman, ca. 1830, 30" x 25".      Est. $800-1,200

 

1051.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut dressing table, ca. 1770, with shell carved cabriole legs terminating in trifid feet, 28 1/2" h., 35" w.   Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1052.   Attributed to Waldo & Jewett (American 19th c.), pair of oil on panel portraits of Lyman Rundell and Varesta Parcill, 30" x 22 3/4". Provenance: Illinois Estate.        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1053.   Pennsylvania painted pine tavern table, late 18th c., retaining and old red surface, 28 1/2" h., 58 1/2" w., 30 3/4" d. Provenance: Private Bucks County, Pennsylvania Collection.    Est. $800-1,200

 

1054.   Childs appliqué album quilt, mid 19th c., with floral and eagle panels, inscribed Elizabeth Walker, 48" x 35".        Est. $800-1,200

 

1055.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut chest on frame, ca. 1770, 70" h., 41" w.        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1056.   Pennsylvania walnut schrank, late 18th c., the molded cornice over raised panel doors with original wrought iron H hinges, resting on a base with three drawers, 81 1/2" h., 72" w. Provenance: A New York State collection. Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1057.   American hooked rug, early/mid 20th c., with barn, 27" x 43".     Est. $300-500

 

1058.   American hooked rug with horse, dated 1913, 29 1/2" x 50".       Est. $400-600

 

1059.   Maine Frost pattern hooked rug with lions, late 19th c., 30 1/2" x 58 1/2".        Est. $500-1,000

 

1060.   American hooked rug with roosters, early 20th c., 34 1/2" x 46".            Est. $800-1,200

 

1061.   Rare Western Pennsylvania eight-gallon stoneware crock, ca. 1870, inscribed Eberhart & Williams, with freehand cobalt decoration, 19 1/4" h. The inscription may refer the the partnership of Adolph Eberhart and J.G. Williams who purchased the Dilliner pottery in New Geneva in 1866 and sold it a few years later in 1870 to Alexander Conrad. Few pieces are known from this partnership all being marked A. Eberhart & Co. Provenance: Massachusetts Collection.    Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1062.   Charles Henry Miller (American 1842-1922), oil on canvas Hudson River view, with artists stamp verso, 25" x 30".         Est. $500-1,000

 

1063.   American oil on canvas primitive river landscape, 19th c., 18" x 24".    Est. $400-600

 

1064.   Redware jug, 19th c., with green glaze and orange splotches, 11" h., together with a redware pitcher, 7 1/2" h.          Est. $500-800

 

1065.   New England Queen Anne diminutive pine blanket chest, 18th c., 34" h., 29 1/2" w.    Est. $400-700

 

1066.   Painted gameboard, late 19th c., with checkers and cribbage on front and backgammon verso, stamped Patented May 27, 1873, 15 1/4" x 15".        Est. $300-500

 

1067.   American primitive pastel and pencil landscape, with river and train bridge, signed G. Tucker 1856, 12" x 16".        Est. $300-400

 

1068.   American oil on canvas mountain landscape, 19th c., with a Native American on a rocky outcrop, 15" x 22".        Est. $300-500

 

1069.   Philadelphia copper kettle, 19th c., impressed D&J Bentley Phila., 13 1/2" h.     Est. $300-400

 

1070.   Pennsylvania rye straw basket, 19th c., with a bentwood handle, 14" h., 16 1/2" w.        Est. $200-400

 

1071.   Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut blanket chest, late 18th c., retaining its original wrought iron hardware and brasses, 30" h., 46" w.  Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1072.   Cast iron George Washington with sword doorstop, early 20th c., 13 3/4" h.    Est. $300-500

 

1073.   Scarce cast iron Boston Terrier wedge doorstop, early 20th c., 8 3/4" l. Est. $300-500

 

1074.   Unusual cast iron English Setter pointer in grass doorstop, early 20th c., 5 1/2" h.      Est. $400-600

 

1075.   Two Hubley cast iron horse doorstops, early 20th c., to include a dappled grey Percheron, 8" h. and a brown show horse, 6" h.      Est. $300-400

 

1076.   Sculptured Metal Studios cast iron cat licking paw doorstop, early 20th c., 10 5/8" h. Est. $600-800

 

1077.   Unusual cast lead comical puppy doorstop, 8" h.  Est. $300-400

 

1078.   Rare cast iron chicken doorstop, early 20th c., 3" h.         Est. $200-400

 

1079.   Hubley cast iron purple irises doorstop, early 20th c., 10 3/4" h. Est. $300-400

 

1080.   Cast iron wicker basket of mixed flowers doorstop, early 20th c., 10 3/4" h.     Est. $200-300

 

1081.   Bradley and Hubbard cast iron wild turkey doorstop, early 20th c., 12 3/4" h. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1082.   Cast iron butler doorstop, early 20th c., in red jacket with green vest, 12 5/8" h. Est. $300-400

 

1083.   Scarce cast iron whimsical walking duck doorstop, early 20th c., 7 1/4" h.        Est. $500-800

 

1084.   Two cast iron cottage doorstops, early 20th c., to include a red roof cottage with birdhouse, 7 1/4" h. and a cottage with a thatched roof and fence, 4 7/8" h.      Est. $300-400

 

1085.   Three cast iron doorstops, to include a Judd Co. American clipper ship, 5 1/4" h., a Captain John Parker civil war monument, 6" h., and an old salt, 5 3/4" h. Est. $300-400

 

1086.   Cast iron fire hydrant doorstop, early 20th c., inscribed L-S, 6" h.          Est. $300-400

 

1087.   Rare cast iron dachshund doorstop, early 20th c., 7 3/4" h.         Est. $500-800

 

1088.   Two cast iron doorstops, to include a Hubley Jill holding a pail, 8 3/4" h. and an Albany Foundry minstrel playing an instrument, 7 1/4" h.       Est. $300-500

 

1089.   Two cast iron Sarah Symonds doorstops, early 20th c., to include a Cape Cod cottage, 4 1/2" h. and the doorway and front steps of the Nichols house, 6 1/2" h.  Est. $200-300

 

1090.   Two cast iron doorstops, to include a marching band drum major, 13" h. and a pirate girl, 13 1/2" h.            Est. $300-400

 

1091.   Two Judd Co. cast iron flower doorstops, early 20th c., to include a poinsettia in an urn, 10" h. and a fruit basket, 10" h.    Est. $400-600

 

1092.   Scarce cast iron crow doorstop, early 20th c., with glass eye, 5" h.          Est. $300-500

 

1093.   Cast iron owl on a branch wedge doorstop, early 20th c., 11 1/4" h.       Est. $600-800

 

1094.   Two cast iron doorstops, early 20th c., to include a girl in a hoop skirt with bouquet of flowers wedge, 8 1/2" h. and a girl holding a fruit basket, 12" h.       Est. $200-400

 

1095.   Unusual solid cast iron basket of roses doorstop, early 20th c., with a painted wood base, 7 1/4" h.            Est. $300-400

 

1096.   Cast iron British soldier at attention doorstop, early 20th c., 13 1/4" h.  Est. $300-400

 

1097.   Four cast iron floral doorstops, early 20th c., to include C. H. F. Co. cast iron poppies in a modernistic basket, 10 1/2" h., a basket of tulips, 9" h., a basket of mixed flowers with winged angel, 11 1/2" h., and a floral basket with four roses, 10 1/4" h.      Est. $300-500

 

1098.   Cast iron King Charles Spaniel doorstop, early 20th c., 9" h.      Est. $200-300

 

1099.   Attributed to Otto Muhlenfeld, (American 1871-1907), oil on canvas of a steamship, late 19th c., 27" x 40". Provenance: The Collection of Bruce Linder, Bel Air, Maryland.           Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1100.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne Chippendale walnut tall chest, ca. 1770, 59" h., 37 1/4" w. Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1101.   Jane Stuart (American 1812-1888), oil on canvas portrait of George Washington, after her father Gilbert's iconic Athenaeum portrait, 30" x 25". Provenance: The Collection of Paul and Carol Pickering, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.           Est. $8,000-12,000

 

1102.   Charles Hofmann (American 1821-1882), oil on canvas view of Daniel B. Lorah's Farm In Unter Heidelberg Township Berks County PA, 1872, the house, barn, and outbuildings at center surrounded by white picket fenced fields with livestock and Blue Mountain in the distance, signed middle left, signed on the tall tree C. Hofmann Painter 1872, 20" x 28". Provenance: Ohio gentleman. Inherited from his father who received the painting as payment, ca. 1950.      Est. $20,000-40,000

 

1103.   Tin chandelier, 19th c., with three candlearms and three lower dished candlecups, 23 1/2" h. Provenance: Private collection, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.          Est. $1,500-2,000

 

1104.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut bible box, ca. 1760, probably Chester County, the front inlaid with the initials M.E., 9 1/2" h., 20" w., 14" d.          Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1105.   Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany easy chair, ca. 1780, with outward scrolling arms and bold Marlborough feet. Provenance: Joseph Shein; Robert Carlen.           Est. $2,000-10,000

 

1106.   Pennsylvania painted pine and poplar two-part Dutch cupboard, 19th c., retaining its original ochre grain decoration, 85 1/2" h., 50" w.      Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1107.   Painted pine stepback cupboard, 19th c., retaining an old scrubbed red surface, 70 1/4" h., 52 1/4" w.        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1108.   Pennsylvania painted dower chest, dated 1773, initialed IHC, retaining its original sponge decoration with star panels, 25" h., 50" w.     Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1109.   Pennsylvania silk on linen sampler dated 1829, wrought by Rose Abbott, 17" x 16". Provenance: Birdsboro, Pennsylvania estate.          Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1110.   Centre County, Pennsylvania Federal walnut desk and bookcase, ca. 1820, with an architectural molded cornice above two paneled doors, resting on a base with a fall front and four drawers supported by flared French feet, one secret compartment inscribed Bought at Sam'l Krapes sale, G.A. Harter, Centre County near Coburn, several interior drawers also bear names from the Dinges family, 86 1/2" h., 47 1/2" w.  Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1111.   Arthur Burdett Frost (American 1851-1928), oil on canvas portrait of George Washington dated 1869 on frame plaque, 30" x 25".       Est. $500-1,000

 

1112.   Large Pennsylvania silk on linen sampler, dated 1831, wrought by Elizabeth Cooper, 21 3/4" x 21".            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1113.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut dressing table, ca. 1760, with a single drawer and stocking drake feet, 29 1/4" h., 36 1/2" w.      Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1114.   Engraving after Benjamin West, titled William Penn's Treaty with the Indians, pub. 1775 by John Boydell, 16 3/4" x 23 1/4". Provenance: The Collection of Paul and Carol Pickering, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Est. $300-500

 

1115.   Delaware Valley ladderback armchair, 18th c., retaining an old black surface.   Est. $500-1,000

 

1116.   Pieced quilt with potted tulips, late 19th c., 82" x 84".      Est. $300-500

 

1117.   Three Western Pennsylvania stoneware crocks, 19th c., inscribed Hamilton & Co. Greensboro, Pa, Fine Maccoboy, and A. Conrad New Geneva Fayette Co., PA, all with cobalt stenciled decoration, 9 3/4" h., 9 1/2" h. and 10 1/4" h.          Est. $400-600

 

1118.   Three Western Pennsylvania stoneware and tanware flowerpots, 19th c., with albany slip floral decoration, 5 3/4" h., 6 1/4" h. and 6 1/2" h.  Est. $400-700

 

1119.   Pennsylvania painted poplar dough table, early 19th c., retaining an old painted surface, 28" h., 40 1/4" w., 21" d. Est. $400-800

 

1120.   Western Pennsylvania six-gallon stoneware crock with lid, 19th c., inscribed Excelsior Works Isaac Hewitt, Jr. Rices Landing, PA, with freehand cobalt floral decoration, 18 1/2" h.      Est. $800-1,200

 

1121.   Philadelphia Queen Anne mahogany high chest, in two parts, ca. 1755, the upper section with three over four drawers, resting on a base with five short drawers with scalloped skirt and Spanish feet, 71 3/4" h., 39 3/4" w. The chest remains in a wonderful state of preservation with its original brass hardware. Provenance: The Collection of Paul and Carol Pickering, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.            Est. $8,000-12,000

 

1122.   Christian Gullager (American/Danish 1759-1826), oil on canvas portrait of a woman, 28" x 24 1/2". This portrait was catalogued and photographed as part of the Winterthur Museum Belknap Research Library and documented in the Kennedy Galleries (1966) as owner. Provenance: The Collection of Paul and Carol Pickering, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.          Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1123.   Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut dining chair, ca. 1770, with four shells and ball and claw feet, retaining an old dark surface. Est. $3,000-4,000

 

1124.   American oil on canvas portrait of a gentleman, ca. 1840, purportedly James or John Hull, both Philadelphia sea merchants, 36" x 28".          Est. $400-800

 

1125.   Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut dining chair, ca. 1770, with four shells and ball and claw feet.            Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1126.   Pair of Philadelphia Sheraton mahogany card tables, ca. 1815, 29 1/2" h., 36" w.        Est. $500-1,000

 

1127.   Pennsylvania Chippendale cherry tall chest, ca. 1770, 61" h., 41" w.      Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1128.   John James Audubon color lithograph, titled Californian Hare, 20 1/2" x 26 1/2".         Est. $500-1,000

 

1129.   Pennsylvania Chippendale mahogany dining chair, ca. 1770, with carved crest and ball and claw feet.     Est. $500-1,000

 

1130.   Six English Queen Anne brass candlesticks, 18th c., tallest - 9 1/4".        Est. $500-800

 

1131.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne mahogany candlestand, ca. 1770, with birdcage and suppressed ball standard, 29" h., 21 1/4" w.    Est. $400-800

 

1132.   Pair of Federal brass and iron knife blade andirons, late 18th c., 26" h. Est. $800-1,000

 

1133.   Pennsylvania painted pine two-part Dutch cupboard, ca. 1780, with raised panel doors and fluted quarter columns, retaining a later blue surface by Peter Deen, 88 1/2" h., 69" w.    Est. $3,000-4,000

 

1134.   Swell bodied copper running horse weathervane, 19th c., retaining an old weathered gold over verdigris surface, 18 1/2" h., 26 1/2" w. Provenance: The Collection of Paul and Carol Pickering, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1135.   Mahantongo Township, Pennsylvania, ink and watercolor fraktur birth certificate for Jesaias Wehry b. 1848, 12" x 14 1/2".           Est. $400-700

 

1136.   American oil on canvas farmscene, 19th c., 15" x 23".      Est. $400-800

 

1137.   Pine mule chest, 19th c., with later decoration by Peter Deen, 41" h., 41 1/2" w.   Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1138.   Important Berks County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chest, ca. 1775, the lid with central ivory star medallion flanked by ivory panels, with tulip trees above a façade with rampant unicorns and horse and riders, with vibrant blue surround featuring tulip vines and birds, over two drawers with soldiers holding tulips, resting on feet with rampant lions, 30" h., 49" w.    Est. $80,000-120,000

 

1139.   Historical blue Staffordshire Cadmus plate, 19th c., impressed E. Wood & Sons, 10 1/8" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.            Est. $200-300

 

1140.   Two Historical blue Staffordshire plates, 19th c., depicting Trenton Falls and Vevay, 6 3/8" dia. and 6 5/8" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Est. $200-300

 

1141.   Historical blue Staffordshire United States Hotel, Philadelphia soup bowl, 19th c., impressed Tams & Anderson, 10 1/4" dia.          Est. $300-500

 

1142.   Historical blue Staffordshire City of Albany, New York plate, 19th c., impressed E. Wood, 10" dia.            Est. $200-300

 

1143.   Historical blue Staffordshire plate and soup bowl, 19th c., depicting Library of  Philadelphia and Staughtons Church, 8 1/4" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.   Est. $300-500

 

1144.   Historical blue Staffordshire America & Independence pitcher, 19th c., 6 3/4" h.        Est. $400-600

 

1145.   Historical blue Staffordshire Landing of Lafayette shallow bowl, 19th c., impressed Clews, 7 1/2"dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Est. $150-250

 

1146.   Historical blue Staffordshire Washington at Mount Vernon teapot and sugar, 19th c., 6 1/2" h. and 5 1/2" h. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Est. $400-700

 

1147.   Historical blue Staffordshire Landing of Lafayette cup plate and custard cup, 19th c., 3 3/8" dia. and 2 3/4" h. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Est. $200-400

 

1148.   Historical blue Staffordshire Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb shallow bowl, 19th c., 8 1/4" dia. Est. $200-300

 

1149.   Historical blue Staffordshire Esplanade and Castle Garden, New York fruit bowl, 5" h., 10" w.            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1150.   Historical blue Staffordshire Mount Vernon N'r Washington covered vegetable, 19th c., inscribed I & W Ridgway, 6 1/4" h., 11 1/4" w.   Est. $400-800

 

1151.   Historical blue Staffordshire teapot and gravy boat, 19th c., depicting Commodore Macdonnough's Victory and naval scene with shell border, 7 1/2" h. and 4 1/2" h. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.           Est. $300-400

 

1152.   Historical blue Staffordshire sauce tureen and gravy boat, 19th c., depicting Upper Ferry Bridge over the River Schuylkill and Catskill Mountains Hudson River, 6" h., 8" w. and 5" h., 7 1/4" w. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.            Est. $300-500

 

1153.   Two Historical blue Staffordshire plates, 19th c., depicting Columbia College and Church in the City of New York, 7 5/8" dia. and 6 1/4" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.          Est. $200-400

 

1154.   Two Historical blue Staffordshire plates, 19th c., depicting Mount Vernon and The Capitol Washington, 6 1/2" dia. and 7 1/2" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.         Est. $200-300

 

1155.   Historical blue Staffordshire plates, 19th c., depicting Chief Justice Marshall Troy and Nahant Hotel near Boston, 8 1/8" dia. and 8 3/4" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.          Est. $300-500

 

1156.   Two Historical blue Staffordshire cup plates, 19th c., depicting Woodlands Near Philadelphia and Staughtons Church, 3" dia. and 4 1/8" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.         Est. $300-500

 

1157.   Historical blue Staffordshire platter 19th c., depicting Christiansburg Danish Settlement on the Gold Coast of Africa, 16" l., 20 3/4" w.         Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1158.   Rare Historical blue Staffordshire Louisville, Kentucky soup tureen and cover, 19th c., 10 3/4" h., 15" w.        Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1159.   Historical blue Staffordshire fruit bowl, 19th c., the interior depicting Commodore MacDonnough's Victory, the exterior with Dixcove on the Gold Coast of Africa, 5 1/4" h., 10 3/8" dia.       Est. $1,500-2,000

 

1160.   Two Historical blue Staffordshire plates, 19th c., depicting City Hall New York and Upper Ferry Bridge over the River Schuylkill, 9 3/4" dia. and 8 3/4" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.    Est. $200-400

 

1161.   Three Historical light blue Staffordshire cup plates, 19th c., depicting View of Newburgh, Columbus Georgia, and Residence of the Late Richard Jordan, 4" dia. and 3 3/4" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.           Est. $200-300

 

1162.   Two Historical light blue Staffordshire gravy tureens and undertrays 19th c., to include Residence of the Late Richard Jordan and Newburgh/Race Bridge, 6" h., 8 1/2" w. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.           Est. $300-500

 

1163.   Historical blue Staffordshire St. Paul's Church New York toddy plate, 19th c., mismarked Comubia College, 5 3/4" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.   Est. $200-400

 

1164.   Historical blue Staffordshire Bank of the United States Philadelphia plate, 19th c., 10" dia.  Est. $200-300

 

1165.   Historical blue Staffordshire wash bowl, 19th c., depicting Upper Ferry Bridge over the River Schuylkill, 4 1/4" h., 12 1/2" w.         Est. $200-400

 

1166.   Historical blue Staffordshire Niagara plate, 19th c., with four portrait medallions, 10" dia.       Est. $400-700

 

1167.   Historical blue Staffordshire Mendenhall Ferry toddy plate, 19th c., 5 1/8" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.           Est. $400-600

 

1168.   Historical blue Staffordshire America & Independence platter, 19th c., impressed Clews, 14" l., 16 3/4" w.       Est. $800-1,200

 

1169.   Historical blue Staffordshire platter, 19th c., depicting Winter View of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, marked Clews, 12 1/4" l., 14 1/2" w.  Est. $400-700

 

1170.   Historical blue Staffordshire Landing of Lafayette platter, 19th c., impressed Clews, 13" l., 17" w.            Est. $400-600

 

1171.   Historical blue Staffordshire State House, Boston fruit bowl 19th c., 5" h., 11 3/8" w., 9 1/4" d.            Est. $500-1,000

 

1172.   Two Historical blue Staffordshire plates, 19th c., depicting Gilpin's Mills on the Brandywine Creek and A View Near Philadelphia, 9" dia. and 10" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.   Est. $200-300

 

1173.   Historical blue Staffordshire Catholic Cathedral gravy boat, 4 1/4" h., 7 3/4" w. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.           Est. $300-500

 

1174.   Historical blue Staffordshire eagle and shield cup plate, 19th c., 3 7/8" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.           Est. $400-600

 

1175.   Historical blue Staffordshire Welcome Lafayette pitcher, 19th c., 5 5/8" h.       Est. $300-400

 

1176.   Historical blue Staffordshire cup plate, 19th c., depicting Holliday Street Theatre Baltimore, 3 1/2" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Est. $200-300

 

1177.   Historical blue Staffordshire America & Independence open vegetable, 19th c., impressed Clews, 2 3/8" h., 10 1/2" w., 8" d.      Est. $300-400

 

1178.   Two Historical blue Staffordshire cup plates, 19th c., depicting Winter View Pittsfield Mass and ship at anchor, 3 7/8" dia. and 3 5/8" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.         Est. $200-300

 

1179.   Historical blue Staffordshire plate, 19th c., depicting Water Works, Philadelphia, 10" dia.        Est. $200-300

 

1180.   Historical blue Staffordshire reticulated undertray, 19th c., depicting Woodlands Near Philadelphia, 8" l., 10 1/2" w. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.   Est. $400-700

 

1181.   Historical blue Staffordshire Alms House, New York plate, 19th c., impressed A. Stevenson, 9 7/8" dia.      Est. $200-300

 

1182.   Important Historical blue Staffordshire Arms of Pennsylvania platter, 19th c., impressed T Mayer, 16" l., 21" w. Widely considered the most desirable piece to collectors, the present platter was sold at Pook & Pook; Property of a Pennsylvania Educational Institution January 15, 2010 lot 173 for a record setting $30,420. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.            Est. $15,000-25,000

 

1183.   Four Historical blue Staffordshire cups and saucers, 19th c., to include Washington at tomb, Lafayette at Franklin's tomb, Virginia Church, and eagle in urn. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.   Est. $400-600

 

1184.   Two Historical blue Staffordshire Baltimore & Ohio Railroad plates, 19th c., incline and level, impressed E. Wood, 9" dia. and 10" dia.        Est. $500-800

 

1185.   Pair of Historical blue Staffordshire plates, 19th c., depicting the Dam and Water Works, Philadelphia, 10" dia. Est. $400-700

 

1186.   Blue Staffordshire platter and open vegetable, 19th c., depicting Erith on the Thames, impressed Wood, 10 1/4" l., 12 7/8" w and 9 1/4" l., 11 1/2" w. Est. $200-400

 

1187.   Four blue Staffordshire Quadrupeds plate, together with a soup bowl, 19th c., to include an antelope, a mastiff, an otter, a hyena, and a musk deer, 4"- 10" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.          Est. $400-800

 

1188.   Blue Staffordshire Quadrupeds reticulated tray, 19th c., with fox and rooster, inscribed J Hall, 8 1/2" l., 12 1/4" w.        Est. $400-600

 

1189.   Blue Staffordshire from the Quadrupeds series, 19th c., to include a rabbit sauce tureen, fox and rooster undertray, and a wolf sauce boat, all inscribed J Hall. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.          Est. $300-500

 

1190.   Blue Staffordshire open vegetable, 19th c., with polar bear, inscribed J Hall, 2" h., 9 1/2" w., 9 1/2" d.         Est. $300-400

 

1191.   Two blue Staffordshire Quadrupeds bowls, 19th c., to include a large circular serving bowl with lion and a footed fruit bowl with Newfoundland, 2 3/8" h., 10 5/8" dia. and 4 1/4" h., 10" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.            Est. $300-500

 

1192.   Blue Staffordshire soup tureen, 19th c., with camel and attendant, the lid with a rabbit, 10 1/4" h., 13 5/8" w.       Est. $800-1,200

 

1193.   Blue Staffordshire Quadrupeds platter, 19th c., with rhinoceros, inscribed J Hall, 13 1/2" l., 17" w.            Est. $400-700

 

1194.   Blue Staffordshire Quadrupeds platter, 19th c., with moose, 13" l., 16" w.        Est. $200-400

 

1195.   Two Staffordshire Caledonia two-color pitchers, 19th c., 5 1/2" h. and 7 7/8" h. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.           Est. $200-400

 

1196.   Historical red Staffordshire platter, 19th c., depicting Military School, West Point, N.Y., 14 1/2" l., 17 1/2" w. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Est. $300-500

 

1197.   Two pieces of Historical red Staffordshire, 19th c., to include a Harpers Ferry platter, 13" l., 15 3/8" w. and a Girard's Bank Philadelphia plate, 6 1/4" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.   Est. $300-500

 

1198.   Five Historical sepia and grisaille plates, 19th c., to include Race Bridge Philadelphia, Fairmont Waterworks on the Schuylkill, Schuylkill Waterworks, The Water Works Philadelphia, and Dumb Asylum, 7 7/8" - 9 1/4" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.   Est. $300-500

 

1199.   Historical Staffordshire plate and canary child's cup, 19th c., with transfer busts of Washington and Lafayette, 6 1/4" dia., 2 1/2" h., together with a copper lustre pitcher with Lafayette and Cornwallis, 4 1/2" h. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.            Est. $300-500

 

1200.   Staffordshire cup plate, 19th c., with transfer bust of Andrew Jackson, impressed Wood, 3 5/8" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Est. $200-300

 

1201.   Five pieces of canary Staffordshire, 19th c., to include a small pitcher with farmers, 4 5/8" h., a waste bowl, and three children's cups. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.         Est. $200-400

 

1202.   Pearlware well and tree platter, 19th c., with polychrome floral decoration and scrolled branches, 18 3/4" l., 15 3/4" w.   Est. $300-500

 

1203.   Pearlware 5 color pitcher and basin, 19th c., with polychrome floral decoration, pitcher - 9 1/4" h., basin - 4 3/4" h., 11 3/4" dia.  Est. $500-1,000

 

1204.   Pearlware pitcher and basin, 19th c., with polychrome floral decoration, pitcher - 8 3/4" h., basin - 4" h., 12 1/4" dia.        Est. $300-500

 

1205.   Pearlware pitcher and basin, 19th c., with polychrome floral decoration, pitcher - 8 1/4" h., basin - 4 1/2" h., 12 1/4" dia.     Est. $300-500

 

1206.   Three polychrome pearlware pitchers, 19th c., with relief decoration of peacocks, children, and floral spray, 7 1/2" h., 7" h. and 5 3/4" h. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.         Est. $200-400

 

1207.   Three pieces of feather edge pearlware, 19th c., to include a green shallow bowl, a blue plate, and a blue toddy plate with peafowl, 10"dia, 7 3/4" dia. and 4 1/8" dia. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.          Est. $300-500

 

1208.   Group of pearlware, 19th c., to include a pitcher inscribed Jonney Rider, a Kings Rose plate, two cups and saucers, a sugar, a lustre pitcher, and a serving bowl. Provenance: The Transferware Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania.          Est. $200-400

 

1209.   Three Gaudy Dutch cups and saucers, to include war bonnet, carnation, and sunflower. Est. $300-500

 

1210.   Liverpool Herculaneum pitcher, early 19th c., with transfer decoration of American ships, 11 1/4" h.         Est. $800-1,200

 

1211.   Liverpool Herculaneum pitcher, dated 1804, with transfer decoration of an American eagle and American ship, inscribed Success to Trade and Abbas and Abra, 10" h.      Est. $400-700

 

1212.   Liverpool Herculaneum pitcher, early 19th c., with transfer decoration of Apollo, and state's wreath with verse, and Washington and Franklin, 10" h.      Est. $800-1,200

 

1213.   Liverpool Herculaneum pitcher, early 19th c., with transfer decoration of an American eagle, a ship, and Success to America, 10" h.  Est. $800-1,200

 

1214.   Impressive collection of twenty-four Currier color lithographs, most housed in period frames, to include US Presidents George Washington, John Adams, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, etc., as well as two of Henry Clay, who lost the election to Jackson in 1832. Provenance: The Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania         Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1215.   Pennsylvania cherry two-part corner cupboard, ca. 1800, retaining its original H hinges and allover line inlay, 83 1/2" h., 49 1/2" w. Provenance: Garths Auction, July 21-22, 2000, lot 576; The Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania           Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1216.   Cushing & White full bodied copper horse and sulky weathervane, 19th c., retaining its original makers plaque and old weathered surface, 14 1/2" h., 26" w.            Est. $4,000-6,000

 

1217.   Painted butternut two-part cupboard mid 19th c., retaining its original sponge and grain decoration, 83 1/2" h., 44 1/4" w.       Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1218.   Set of eight Pennsylvania birdcage Windsor chairs, ca. 1820, to include two armchairs and six side chairs, retaining old black surfaces. Provenance: Prominent Delaware Collection.  Est. $500-1,000

 

1219.   Dimock Gould & Co. Manf'rs painted fiber Eureka bucket, with patent date of Feb. 22, 1881, retaining a bold yellow geometric and lakeside scene with a bale handle, 8 3/4" h., 11 1/2" dia.    Est. $300-500

 

1220.   S. Patterson's, Newark New Jersey carved walnut marble game, late 19th c., with white porcelain tack accents, 12" h., 26 1/2" w.          Est. $300-400

 

1221.   New England painted pine dresser box, mid 19th c., retaining its original polychrome surface, 5" h., 9 1/2" w.         Est. $200-400

 

1222.   Pine and maple tavern table, early 19th c., with a later red surface by Peter Deen, 29" h., 47 1/2" w., 33 3/4" d.        Est. $800-1,200

 

1223.   New York three gallon stoneware crock, 19th c., impressed F.A. Gale Gales-ville N.Y., with cobalt eagle decoration, 13 1/2" h.    Est. $400-600

 

1224.   Five carved butterprints, 19th c., to include three eagles, a cow, and flower, largest - 4 3/4" dia.            Est. $300-500

 

1225.   Miniature painted pine drysink, 19th c. retaining the original red and black grained surface with shaped cut-out ends, 11 1/2" h., 21 3/4" w.    Est. $800-1,200

 

1226.   Pennsylvania painted pine and poplar hanging spice cabinet, late 19th c., retaining its original ochre swirl decoration, 19 1/4" h., 10" w.      Est. $500-1,000

 

1227.   Carved cherry springerle board, 19th c., 4 3/4" x 7 1/8".  Est. $200-400

 

1228.   Queen Anne walnut valuables chest, dated 1765, the front initialed IFW, the interior retaining its original wrought iron hardware with engraved date, swags and dolphin head terminals, 12 1/2" h., 18" w. Provenance: Titus Geesey; Frank Ewing, Wilmington, Delaware 1955.  Est. $800-1,200

 

1229.   Anthony Baecher, Winchester Virginia, redware birdhouse dated 1881, with mottled cream and brown glaze and applied birds and mouse, signed and dated on underside, 6 1/2" h.           Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1230.   Pennsylvania redware figural whistle of a man playing the bass, ca. 1900, 8" h.           Est. $3,000-4,000

 

1231.   Marquis de Lafayette signed letter from Camp, 13th of August, 1781, the body probably written by James McHenry. It reads Capt. Gaines (probably James Taylor Gaines) carries important dispatches for General Greene and as we have not a __ horse fit for the journey. I beg to recommend him to your orders, 8 3/8" x 6 5/8". This letter comes at a time when the British fleet and the army under Cornwallis had landed at Yorktown and had begun fortifying the town and Gloucester Point on the other side of the York River. Just one week after this letter, Lafayette would contact Washington with his desire to see the General at Yorktown with their combined forces under his command, trapping Cornwallis. Unbeknownst to Lafayette, Washington had already embarked for Yorktown, with the siege and surrender of Cornwallis coming shortly thereafter on October 19th. Provenance: Estate of Robert S. Knox, New Oxford, Pennsylvania.          Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1232.   Thomas Jefferson signed letter as Secretary of State under Washington, July 9, 1792, written by an aide to Mr. George Hammond apologizing for not having answered Hammond's request, 9 1/4" x 7 1/2". On July 5th Hammond penned a letter to Jefferson saying in part "some persons, acting under the authority of the State of Vermont have attempted to exercise legal jurisdiction within districts now occupied by the King's troops, and have committed acts of violence on the persons and property of British subjects." Jefferson responds that he has written to the Governor of Vermont. Provenance: Estate of Robert S. Knox, New Oxford, Pennsylvania.          Est. $4,000-7,000

 

1233.   George Washington signed appointment, dated January 20, 1776 to Daniel Waters, putting him in command of the "armed schooner Lee" in the service of the United Colonies, written from Head Quarters at Cambridge, countersigned by Stephen Moylan. In November 1775 the vessel, now known as Lee, took her first prize, the sloop Polly, 12 1/4" x 7 7/8". During the course of the war numerous ships found a similar fate including the brig Nancy, the Concord, Rainbow, Susannah, and Stokesby. Stephan Moylan held several positions in the Continental army and is credited with the earliest use of "United States of America" in a letter he wrote in January of 1776. Provenance: The Estate of Robert S. Knox, New Oxford, Pennsylvania. Est. $10,000-15,000

 

1234.   George Washington signed letter to Henry Lee from Head Quarters, West Point, July 25th 1779, discussing British troop movements, positions, and strength. He specifically requests I must also request you will endeavor to obtain the most precise ideas of the situation of affairs at Stoney Point and later in the post script I beg also that you will hire some intelligent person to cross the river and discover what corps lie at Phillips & mile square. 13 1/8" x 8 1/8". Early in 1779 British General Sir Henry Clinton was tasked with forcing his way up the Hudson River, in the hopes of driving Washington out of his West Point stronghold. The first offensive was to take the posts of Verplank and Stoney Point just outside of Manhattan. On May 31st the British forces landed at Verplank and Stoney Point and within a day secured them both, in part due to the retreat of the American forces at Stoney Point. In the subsequent weeks, as the British fortified their position, Washington sent "Lig            Est. $20,000-30,000

 

1235.   George Washington and Thomas Jefferson signed three language ship's papers, May 21st 1794, issued in English, French, and Dutch to George Smith, master and commander of the Schooner Hector, traveling from Salem to Curacao, countersigned by Josua Hiller, 15 7/8" x 12 5/8". Another ship's papers issued to George Smith was sold at Heritage Auctions, November 4, 2015, lot 49100. Provenance: the estate of Robert S. Knox, New Oxford, Pennsylvania.        Est. $10,000-15,000

 

1236.   Painted Uncle Sam display figure, early 20th c., 63" h.    Est. $400-600

 

1237.   Carved and painted patriotic tree, ca. 1900, purportedly from Columbia, Pennsylvania, retaining its original red, white, and blue, surface, 82" h.  Est. $500-1,000

 

1238.   Turned and painted barber pole, ca. 1900, 43" h. Est. $300-500

 

1239.   Turned and painted barber pole, ca. 1900, 61 1/2" h.       Est. $300-500

 

1240.   Gustav Dentzel carved and painted carousel chariot side panel, 35" h.  Est. $300-500

 

1241.   Trudo Manufacturing, Waltham, Massachusetts Everlasting Comfort patio suite, early 20th c., to include love seat, rocker, two foot rests, chaise chair, side table, and two lounge chairs. Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1242.   Caribbean carved mahogany tall post bed, early 19th c., the headboard with central cornucopia flanked by serpents, 95" h., 79" w., 66" d. Provenance: A Lancaster County Collection; sold at Pook & Pook Auction, April 26, 214, lot 798. Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1243.   Hawaiian Koa wood poi bowl, 19th c., 7 3/4" h., 16" w. Provenance: Collection of Bruce Linder, Bel Air, Maryland. Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1244.   Arts and Crafts walnut dresser box, attributed to Daniel Pabst, with wrought iron hardware and panels with interlacing gold designs, 12" h., 13" w. Provenance: Collection of Bruce Linder, Bel Air, Maryland.        Est. $400-700

 

1245.   After Paul Troubetzkoy (Russian/American 1866-1938), patinated bronze Indian Chief, signed on base and inscribed Roman Bronze Works N.Y., 18 1/4" h. Provenance: A New Jersey Estate.         Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1246.   Mahantongo Valley style painted blanket chest, the case by Andersen and Stauffer, the decoration by Peter Deen, 23 3/4" h., 41 3/4" w. Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1247.   Painted hanging corner cupboard, by Peter Deen, 37" h., 22" w. Est. $400-700

 

1248.   Combback Windsor armchair by Peter Deen.      Est. $400-800

 

1249.   Native American Chippewa beaded bandolier bag, 41 1/2" x 14 1/4".    Est. $500-1,000

 

1250.   Native American Great Lakes beaded bandolier bag, 36 1/2" x 10 1/2". Est. $400-700

 

1251.   Native American Chippewa beaded bandolier bag, 41 1/2" x 11 1/2".    Est. $400-700

 

1252.   Native American Great Lakes beaded bandolier bag, 44 1/2" x 14".       Est. $400-700

 

1253.   Native American Great Lakes beaded bandolier bag, 38 1/2" x 10 1/2". Est. $400-700

 

1254.   Native American Chippewa beaded bandolier bag, 47 1/2" x 15 1/2".    Est. $800-1,200

 

1255.   Native American Great Lakes beaded bandolier bag, 33" x 15 1/2".       Est. $400-700

 

1256.   Native American Chippewa beaded bag face, 19 1/2" x 12 1/4".  Est. $200-300

 

1257.   Four Native American beaded items, to include two pouches, a bracelet, and a small sash.         Est. $300-500

 

1258.   Navajo rug, early 20th c., 72" x 49 1/2". Provenance: Skip Chalfant.        Est. $500-1,000

 

1259.   Plains Indian pipe tomahawk, 19th c., the brass head with iron blade and engraved decoration of an American eagle, the reverse with bow and quiver, the tiger maple handle with brass and pewter inlays, 18 1/2" l.         Est. $5,000-8,000

 

1260.   Plains Indian pipe tomahawk, dated 1805, with burned maple handle and iron head, with inlaid brass date and wrigglework decoration, 16 3/4" l.     Est. $3,000-4,000

 

1261.   Canadian Huron pipe tomahawk, late 18th c., the brass head with iron blade and crown and cross cap, the ash handle with sawtooth pewter collar, 16 1/4" l.   Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1262.   Plains Indian tomahawk, 19th c., with brass head and tiger maple handle, 17 1/2" l.        Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1263.   Plains Indian pipe tomahawk, stamped 1798 BQ, with brass head, walnut handle, and bone mouthpiece, 15 3/4" l. Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1264.   Ammi Phillips (American 1788-1865), oil on canvas portrait of Ann R. Seward (1778-1868), seated in a black dress with embroidered white shawl, holding a copy of Cowpers Task, 30" x 24". Provenance: The Estate of Robert Knox, New Oxford, Pennsylvania.          Est. $12,000-18,000

 

1265.   Rembrandt Peale (American 1774-1825), pair of oil on canvas portraits of Dr. William Barrow and his wife Eliza Brower Barrow of New Jersey, 30" x 25". The Barrow's moved to the Mansion in Jersey City in 1837. It was one of the twin mansions built by Eliza's brother-in-law, Cornelius Van Vorst, who owned much of the land in Jersey City. Provenance: Sold at Sotheby's, April 29, 1976; Collection of John J. and Elizabeth Dau, Pottstown, Pennsylvania.        Est. $7,000-10,000

 

1266.   Painted oak step ladder, ca. 1900, retaining its original green surface, 48" h.       Est. $400-700

 

1267.   Four slip decorated redware plates, 19th c., 6"-9 3/4" dia.           Est. $400-600

 

1268.   Cleveland appliqué street scene wall hanging, 1929, worked by Frances Fenton and Annette Doller, 34 1/2" x 62 3/4". Accompanying this lot is the 1929 award of the Eleventh Annual Exhibition of Works by Cleveland Artists and Craftsmen.  Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1269.   Pennsylvania punched tin coffee pot, 19th c., with potted tulip and pinwheel decoration, 11 1/2" h.            Est. $500-1,000

 

1270.   Large Western Pennsylvania tanware flowerpot, 19th c., with albany slip floral decoration, 8 1/2" h. Provenance: A New York collection.         Est. $500-1,000

 

1271.   Wilhelm Schimmel (Cumberland Valley, Pennsylvania 1817-1890), carved and painted eaglet, 5" h. Provenance: California collection.  Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1272.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut dressing table, ca. 1770, probably Chester County, with four drawers and shaped skirt supported by cabriole legs terminating in trifid feet, 30 1/4" h., 34 3/4" w. Provenance: descended in the Sharpless family of Radley Farm, Birmingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania to the present owner.  Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1273.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut semi-tall chest, ca. 1760, with arched upper drawers and herringbone inlays, 58 1/4" h., 38 3/4" w. Provenance: A Lancaster County collection; sold at Pook & Pook, Inc., October 12, 2015, lot 568.            Est. $4,000-8,000

 

1274.   Norristown, Pennsylvania painted pine and plywood Apex Dart baseball game board, early 20th c., with instruction sheet on verso, 34" x 33 1/2".      Est. $500-800

 

1275.   Pennsylvania painted hard pine spice cabinet, late 18th c., retaining an old scrubbed green surface, 19 1/4" h., 13 3/4" w.  Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1276.   William and Mary walnut tavern table, ca. 1750, 27" h., 29 1/4" w., 22 3/4" d.  Est. $400-800

 

1277.   Philadelphia braceback Windsor armchair, ca. 1780, retaining an old black surface with gold highlights.       Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1278.   Pennsylvania appliqué table cover, inscribed Mary D. Johnson 1849, 28" x 28".            Est. $300-500

 

1279.   Painted sheet iron Indian with bow and arrow, ca. 1900, 17" h.  Est. $400-700

 

1280.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut dressing table, ca. 1750, with three drawers and Spanish feet, 28" h., 33 1/4" w.        Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1281.   Hattie Brunner (Pennsylvania 1889-1982), watercolor and gouache winter landscape, signed lower left, 6" x 8". Provenance: Birdsboro, Pennsylvania estate.    Est. $800-1,200

 

1282.   Pennsylvania walnut slide lid box, 19th c., the lid with a potato stamp decoration, 2 3/4" h., 8 1/4" w., 5 1/2" d.    Est. $200-400

 

1283.   Pennsylvania walnut slide lid box, early 19th c., with a six compartment interior, retaining an old dry surface, 3 1/4" h., 9" w., 6 1/2" d. Est. $300-500

 

1284.   Pennsylvania or Maryland redware mixing bowl, 19th c., with yellow slip decoration, 4 1/4" h., 14 1/2" dia.          Est. $300-500

 

1285.   Pennsylvania William and Mary walnut gateleg table, ca. 1740, 29" h., 20 1/2" w., 45 3/4" d. Est. $800-1,200

 

1286.   Pennsylvania walnut hanging salt box, 19th c., 16 1/2" h., 10 1/2" w.      Est. $300-500

 

1287.   Pennsylvania ladderback armchair, 18th c., purportedly York County, retaining an old brown over red surface.      Est. $400-800

 

1288.   Carved pine spoon rack, 19th c., profusely decorated with pinwheels, tulips, and ships, retaining traces of its original blue surface, 19 1/2" h., 11 1/4" w. Provenance: A Bucks County Estate.       Est. $800-1,200

 

1289.   Carved and painted folk art figure of a seated woman, ca. 1900, in a blue dress clutching a purse, 4 3/4" h. Est. $500-1,000

 

1290.   Unusual carved letter opener, late 19th c., of a slender woman holding a snake around her waist, 14 1/2" l.  Est. $300-500

 

1291.   American hooked rug runner, early 20th c., 21'8" x 1'10".           Est. $400-800

 

1292.   Pennsylvania floral appliqué quilt, late 19th c., with floral and foliate trailing vine border, 88" x 88".      Est. $300-500

 

1293.   Pennsylvania painted pine cupboard, ca. 1790, with four paneled doors and fluted quarter columns, retaining an old blue surface, 78" h., 63 1/2" w. Provenance: Bucks County collection.      Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1294.   Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut high chest, ca. 1770, 92 1/2" h., 40 1/4" w.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1295.   Steinway Model L baby grand piano. Provenance: Saucon Valley Estate.           Est. $4,000-7,000

 

1296.   Walter Emerson Baum (American, 1884-1956), oil on canvas titled The Creek Sellersville, signed lower left and dated verso 1925, 32" x 40".   Est. $8,000-12,000

 

1297.   Painted hollow bodied iron horse, 19th c., retaining an old white surface, 18 1/4" h., 23" w.      Est. $500-1,000

 

1298.   Painted pine and poplar kindling box, 19th c., retaining an old dark green surface, 20" h., 65" w.            Est. $400-700

 

1299.   Cast iron rooster windmill weight, 12" h.   Est. $300-500

 

1300.   Swell bodied copper running horse weathervane, 19th c., retaining an old gilt and verdigris surface, 15" h., 25 1/2" w.        Est. $800-1,200

 

1301.   Silk on linen house sampler dated 1828, wrought by Sarah Ann Rundell, 16" x 16 1/2". Est. $400-800

 

1302.   Painted pine and sheet iron Valley Hotel trade sign, early 19th c., also inscribed J. Hagerman, purportedly removed from Turbotville, Pennsylvania, 38 1/2" x 42".           Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1303.   Large copper spread winged eagle weathervane 19th c., retaining an old yellow surface, 26" h., 37" w.        Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1304.   American hooked rug, dated 1925, 16" x 32 1/2".  Est. $200-300

 

1305.   American hooked rug, ca. 1900, depicting two women in a kitchen, 29" x 40".    Est. $800-1,200

 

1306.   Large American hooked rug, ca. 1900, with interior hearth scene, inscribed Our Welcome Home, 36" x 77".        Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1307.   Cast iron stable boy hitching post, late 19th c., 45 1/2" h. Est. $500-1,000

 

1308.   Cast iron stag garden sculpture, late 19th c., 62" h., 47 1/2" w.   Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1309.   American abstract hooked rug, early 20th c., 34" x 35".   Est. $300-500

 

1310.   American geometric hooked rug, early 20th c., 28" x 51 1/2".      Est. $300-500

 

1311.   American geometric hooked rug, early 20th c., 36" x 47".            Est. $300-500

 

1312.   Large Grenfell hooked rug of Newfoundland, 42 1/2" x 32 1/2". Est. $500-1,000

 

1313.   Painted trade sign for A.H. Dumont, early 20th c., 10" h., 74 1/2" w.        Est. $200-300

 

1314.   Large carved and painted pocket knife trade sign, early/mid 20th c., 62" l.      Est. $400-800

 

1315.   Carved hard pine architectural transom, ca. 1800, with angel and scroll design, 11 1/2" x 92". Est. $400-800

 

1316.   Cast metal sea gull architectural pediment, early 20th c., 19 1/2" h., 61 1/2" w. Est. $800-1,200

 

1317.   Painted pine tympanum panel, 19th c., 38" h., 75" w.       Est. $400-800

 

1318.   Painted tin downspout late 19th c., with embossed floral decoration and serpent tail drain, 47" h.            Est. $400-700

 

1319.   Painted pine barn hex sign, ca. 1900, 79" x 57".     Est. $400-800

 

1320.   Painted pine fireplace insert, 19th c., the center with a large spaniel with stick and small figure seated on a stump within a faux marble surround, 32 1/4" h., 31 1/2" w.      Est. $800-1,200

 

1321.   Large painted pine double sided gameboard, late 19th c., 25" x 30".      Est. $400-600

 

1322.   Painted pine parcheesi gameboard, 19th c., 21" x 20 3/4".           Est. $500-1,000

 

1323.   Painted sheet iron horse and rider weathervane, late 19th c., retaining an old gray/blue surface, 30" h.  Est. $800-1,200

 

1324.   Zinc leaping stag weathervane, mid 20th c., 33 1/2" h., 60 1/2" w.           Est. $400-700

 

1325.   Attributed to John Arnold (American 1812-1865), pair of oil on canvas portraits of a husband and wife, 30" x 25".           Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1326.   Painted pine display cabinet, early 19th c., retaining its original blue surface, 60 3/4" h., 31 1/4" w.            Est. $500-1,000

 

1327.   Carved and painted whirligig, early 20th c., of a man in uniform, 19 1/4" h.       Est. $300-500

 

1328.   Carved and painted whirligig, early 20th c., of a black man with a top hat, 31 3/4" h.    Est. $400-700

 

1329.   Painted pine eight drawer chest, 19th c., retaining an old worn mustard surface, 33" h., 52" w.  Est. $500-1,000

 

1330.   Sheet iron bull weathervane, late 19th c., 17" h., 36 1/2" w.         Est. $400-700

 

1331.   Johann Adam Eyer (Southeastern Pennsylvania 1755-1837), Northampton County ink and watercolor fraktur for Jacob Meirsell, dated 1814, 7 3/4" x 6 1/4".   Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1332.   Massive copper and iron bannerette and double ball weathervane, 19th c., 140" h.     Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1333.   Diminutive painted pine desk and bookcase, early 19th c., retaining an old light green surface with ivory door, 87 1/2" h., 20" w. Est. $800-1,200

 

1334.   Pieced and appliqué alphabet quilt, dated 1901, 77 1/2" x 87".    Est. $400-800

 

1335.   Pieced alphabet quilt, early 20th c., 79" x 67".       Est. $600-1,000

 

1336.   Mid-Atlantic painted pine pie safe, 19th c., with punched tin panels, retaining an old red surface, 50 3/4" h., 37 1/2" w.       Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1337.   Virginia carved walking stick dated 1927, inscribed Jos. Reid Flint Hill Rappahannock County VA., the shaft with verse and spiraling vine, 50" l. Est. $300-500

 

1338.   Carved folk art cane dated 1879, inscribed William Stretch, the grip carved in an amusing caricature of a man with a copper cap, the shaft with various animals and vines, 38" l.            Est. $200-400

 

1339.   Carved pine allegorical figure, 18th/19th c., 31 1/2" h.     Est. $500-1,000

 

1340.   Pair of carved articulated figures of a man and woman, 19th c., each holding an umbrella and standing beside a spaniel, the gentleman with a bird in opposite hand, the woman with a monkey, 10" h.         Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1341.   Wallace sterling silver Stradivari pattern flatware service for twenty-four, 134 pcs., 169 ozt.            Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1342.   Set of eight Lancaster Pennsylvania painted plank seat chairs, 19th c., retaining their original floral decoration on a salmon ground, one chair inscribed A.K. Hoffmere Maker 26 E King St.      Est. $400-800

 

1343.   Painted candle dryer, 19th c., retaining its original blue/gray surface, 30" h.        Est. $200-400

 

1344.   New England cherry and birch candlestand, early 19th c., with an unusual tobacco leaf carved standard, 28" h., 14 3/4" w., 21 3/4" d.          Est. $400-600

 

1345.   Heriz carpet, early 20th c., 11'10" x 8'4".    Est. $500-1,000

 

1346.   Hamadan carpet, ca. 1930, 6'5" x 5'.           Est. $300-500

 

1347.   English pine bench, 19th c., 17 3/4" h., 51 1/4" w.  Est. $200-300

 

1348.   Pine and sycamore chair table, 19th c., with a scrubbed gray top and red base, 28 1/2" h., 64 1/4" w., 40 1/2" d.        Est. $400-800

 

1349.   American oil on panel folk portrait of a gentleman, ca. 1840, 28" x 18".            Est. $400-800

 

1350.   American primitive oil on canvas farmscene, ca. 1900, 27" x 32".           Est. $500-1,000

 

1351.   Full bodied zinc pigeon weathervane, 19th c., retaining an old white surface, 27 1/2" h., 31 1/2" w.            Est. $800-1,200

 

1352.   Carved and painted pine bust of a woman, ca. 1900, possibly Native American, 15 1/2" h. Accompanying this lot is a newspaper photo of the weathervane in situ on the church where it was removed from, page 112.        Est. $800-1,200

 

1353.   New England pine tavern table, ca. 1800, 27" h., 44" w.   Est. $400-600

 

1354.   Carved and painted tympanum panel, 19th c., with scroll and tulip design, 26 3/4" x 130".       Est. $500-1,000

 

1355.   New England Chippendale maple slant front desk, ca. 1770, retaining an old Spanish brown surface, 41" h., 35 3/4" w.      Est. $1,500-2,500

 

1356.   Full bodied zinc cockerel, 19th c., 11 1/2" h., 14 1/2" w.    Est. $400-800

 

1357.   Carved limestone mantel clock, ca. 1900, probably Ohio, with rooster, bell, and key decoration, 12" h., 12" w.        Est. $400-800

 

1358.   Southwest coiled basketry olla, ca. 1900, 13 3/4" h.           Est. $400-600

 

1359.   Painted pine bench, early 19th c., retaining its original blue/gray surface, 17 3/4" h., 78 1/2" w. Est. $400-800

 

1360.   English redware loaf dish, 19th c., with a yellow slip floral tree, 16" h., 21" w.   Est. $400-600

 

1361.   Swell bodied copper running horse weathervane, 19th c., retaining an old gilt and verdigris surface, 15" h., 25 1/2" w.        Est. $400-800

 

1362.   Appliqué table throw, late 19th c., with meandering vine border, 27" x 22".        Est. $300-500

 

1363.   Folk art painted stand, 19th c., retaining an old green surface, 28" h., 15 3/4" w. Est. $300-500

 

1364.   Painted pine architectural fragment of blind justice, 19th c., 18" h.       Est. $300-500

 

1365.   Massive English redware pitcher, 19th c., with relief figural decoration, 18 1/4" h.         Est. $400-800

 

1366.   English tuckaway table, 19th c., 26" h., 31" w.       Est. $200-400

 

1367.   Pair of cast iron anchor andirons, 20th c., 27" h.  Est. $300-500

 

1368.   New England painted pine one-piece corner cupboard, 19th c., retaining its original blue surface, 85 1/2" h., 31" w.        Est. $500-1,000

 

1369.   Three carved and painted model heads, ca. 1900, tallest - 7".      Est. $200-400

 

1370.   Carved and painted whirligig, 19th c., of a man in top hat, 10" h. Est. $200-300

 

1371.   Pennsylvania chalkware bulldog, late 19th c., 9 1/4" x 10 3/4".    Est. $400-800

 

1372.   Pennsylvania painted walnut and poplar slide lid box, 19th c., retaining its original red and black decoration, 3 3/4" h., 12" w., 8" d.     Est. $400-800

 

1373.   New England painted pine firkin, 19th c., retaining an old teal surface, 12" h.    Est. $200-300

 

1374.   Painted pine firkin, 19th c., retaining an old ivory surface, 9 1/2" h.          Est. $200-400

 

1375.   Large New England appliqué wall hanging, 19th c., of an urn of flowers, 64" x 66".      Est. $800-1,200

 

1376.   Massachusetts oil on velvet memorial to Jonathan Shipley (1766-1814) and Mary Shipley (1771-1812), 14 1/2" x 20". Provenance: Collection of Isabel Carleton Wilde.      Est. $300-500

 

1377.   New England painted pine jelly cupboard, 19th c., retaining an old blue surface with a fall front writing surface, above two drawers and two cupboard doors, 54 1/2" h., 40 3/4" w.            Est. $800-1,200

 

1378.   David Guilmet chalkware cat, 15 1/2" h.    Est. $200-400

 

1379.   David Guilmet carved and painted bird tree with hanging cherries. 20 1/2" h. Est. $500-1,000

 

1380.   Woodlands painted lidded basket, late 19th c., 10" h., 23" w.      Est. $200-400

 

1381.   Carved and painted whirligig, early/mid 20th c., with four men on horseback, 11 1/2" h., 23 1/2" w.            Est. $400-700

 

1382.   Woodlands painted lidded basket, late 19th c., 12" h., 15 1/2" w.            Est. $200-400

 

1383.   Large New England lift lid blanket box, 19th c., retaining its original yellow wash surface, 28" h., 80 1/4" w.       Est. $500-1,000

 

1384.   Swell bodied copper running horse weathervane, 19th c., retaining an old gilt over green surface, 16" h., 28 1/2" w.        Est. $700-1,000

 

1385.   Carved and painted eagle pediment, 19th c., retaining an old ivory surface, 19 3/4" h., 24 3/4" w.            Est. $500-1,000

 

1386.   Hudson River oil on canvas landscape, 19th c., 26" x 35".            Est. $500-1,000

 

1387.   New England painted pine lock box dated 1832, retaining its original blue surface with yellow pinstriping, 5 3/4" h., 12" w.  Est. $200-400

 

1388.   New England painted basswood mule chest, ca. 1830, retaining its original sponge decoration, 50" h., 54" w.        Est. $500-1,000

 

1389.   Two Woodlands painted lidded baskets, late 19th c., the larger signed on underside Maria Scarborough Oak Hill, 12" h. and 10 1/2" h. Est. $200-400

 

1390.   Two Nantucket lightship baskets, late 19th c., with swing handles, the smaller branded Asa Brown, 6" h., 14" w. and 4 1/2" h., 6 3/4" w.  Est. $300-500

 

1391.   Canadian painted pine Dutch cupboard, early 19th c., with raised panel doors and semi-circle pie shelf, resting on a base with cupboard doors flanked by six short drawers, retaining an old light green surface, 85 1/2" h., 69 3/4" w. Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1392.   English painted pine dedication panel to William Crow and Elizabeth Smith for their donations to the Parish of St. Ann's London, frame - 29" x 48".    Est. $400-800

 

1393.   Pieced memorial quilt dated 1907, inscribed This quilt was made 5/2 1907 by Mary R. Fisher 87 years old for remembrance to John R. Shaner the tailor, 79" x 80". Est. $500-1,000

 

1394.   Pair of Plateau beaded hide gauntlets, 14 1/4" l., together with a beaded bag, 11 1/2" l., 9 1/2" w,            Est. $300-500

 

1395.   Large English crewelwork panel, 19th c., 108" x 48".       Est. $500-1,000

 

1396.   Three pieces of Pennsylvania chalkware, 19th c., to include a stag, a rooster, and a bird, tallest - 5 3/4".     Est. $300-500

 

1397.   Pennsylvania painted poplar miniature blanket chest, 19th c., retaining its original red grain decoration, 10 1/2" h., 15 3/4" w.       Est. $400-600

 

1398.   Carved and painted soldier whirligig, 19th c., 9 1/2" h.    Est. $400-700

 

1399.   New England Shaker painted bentwood box, 19th c., retaining its original green surface, 2" h., 6" w.        Est. $600-900

 

1400.   American miniature watercolor on ivory portrait of a gentleman, ca. 1830, the reverse with a lock of hair, 2 1/2" x 2".     Est. $300-500

 

1401.   Pennsylvania floral appliqué quilt, late 19th c., with floral and foliate spray border, 91" x 88". Est. $300-500

 

1402.   Appliqué cockscomb quilt, ca. 1900, 75" x 72".      Est. $300-400

 

1403.   Blue painted carrier, late 19th c., with bentwood handle, 7 1/4" h., 10 1/2" w., 9" d.       Est. $200-300

 

1404.   Sackback Windsor chair, ca. 1790, with knuckled arms, retaining an old black surface.  Est. $400-600

 

1405.   Pennsylvania stoneware pitcher, 19th c., with cobalt floral decoration, 10 3/4" h.           Est. $400-600

 

1406.   New England painted birch candlestand, early 19th c., retaining an old salmon surface, 27 1/4" h., 19 1/2" w.       Est. $400-800

 

1407.   Miniature watercolor on ivory portrait of a gentleman, mid 19th c., 2 1/2" x 2".          Est. $200-300

 

1408.   Miniature watercolor on ivory portrait of a gentleman, ca. 1830, the reverse with another miniature of a woman with wreath within a reverse painted surround, 2 1/4" dia.   Est. $400-600

 

1409.   Miniature watercolor on ivory portrait of a young woman, 19th c., 2 3/4" x 2 1/4".      Est. $300-500

 

1410.   Rare full plate daguerreotype by Jacob Byerly of Frederick Maryland, probably Patrick Street, retaining its original case, 6 1/2" x 8 1/2".     Est. $3,500-5,500

 

1411.   Egbert Clark (American 1872-1942), watercolor, gouache, and pencil illustration of the Welcoming of Lafayette into Utica New York during his 1824 tour, signed lower right, 18" x 14 1/2". Est. $800-1,200

 

1412.   Oil on canvas interior, 19th c., of a young girl with a doll, 21 1/2" x 15 3/4".       Est. $800-1,200

 

1413.   Victorian patinated iron and lead terrarium, 47 1/2" h., 34 1/2" w.        Est. $800-1,200

 

1414.   Louisville Slugger baseball bat Made Especially For President Gerald R. Ford, signed by the president and by forty members of the Baseball Hall of Fame, to include Brooks Robinson, Bob Gibson, Don Drysdale, Willie Stargell, Ernie Banks, Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle, Harmon Killebrew, Stan Musial, Yogi Berra, Buck Leonard, etc.      Est. $3,000-5,000

 

1415.   Pennsylvania Sheraton cherry dressing cabinet, ca. 1825, with broken arch bonnet, a mirrored door with three drawer interior and turned feet, 22 1/2" h., 11 3/4" w.      Est. $400-800

 

1416.   Two Hepplewhite mahogany tea caddies, late 18th c., with shell inlay, 7 3/4 h., 6" w. and 5 3/4" h., 7 1/2" w.         Est. $300-400

 

1417.   Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut drop leaf dining table, ca. 1770, with stocking trifid feet, 28 1/2" h., 18 1/4" w., 42" d.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1418.   Pair of large Chippendale andirons, late 18th c., with faceted brass finials and flame, 25 1/2" h.            Est. $800-1,200

 

1419.   Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany dining chair, ca. 1770, with a plume carved crest and ball and claw feet.        Est. $800-1,200

 

1420.   Pennsylvania pine hanging cupboard, late 18th c., 36 1/4" h., 28" w.      Est. $800-1,200

 

1421.   English carved and painted jack tar figure, ca. 1900, 34" h.        Est. $400-800

 

1422.   Three pieces of anniversary tin, to include a mirror, 18 3/4" x 14 1/2". Est. $300-500

 

1423.   Blue spatter tulip plate, 19th c., 9 3/8" dia. Est. $200-400

 

1424.   Pennsylvania painted Sheraton one drawer stand, ca. 1830, retaining its original red grain decorated surface, 28 3/4" h., 22" w.  Est. $300-500

 

1425.   Pennsylvania miniature walnut blanket chest, 18th c., with two drawers and bun feet, 15 1/2" h., 23 3/4" w. Est. $800-1,200

 

1426.   Turned and painted barber pole, ca. 1900, 24 1/2" h.       Est. $200-400

 

1427.   Pennsylvania mahogany candlestand, early 19th c., with a dish top, birdcage and ball turned standard, 25 1/2" h., 22 1/4" w.          Est. $400-700

 

1428.   Wrought iron six-arm chandelier, 19th c., 35" h., 26" w. Est. $400-700

 

1429.   Appliqué Whig Rose quilt, late 19th c., 88" x 86". Est. $300-500

 

1430.   Painted bentwood brides box, 19th c., the lid decorated with three figures, 6 3/4" h., 19" w.       Est. $400-800

 

1431.   New England tiger maple Sheraton sewing stand, ca. 1815, with schoolgirl decoration, 29" h., 19 3/4" w. Est. $300-500

 

1432.   Dutch Delft charger, 18th c., with polychrome bird and floral decoration, 14" dia.           Est. $200-400

 

1433.   Patriotic carved cane by Thomas Jefferson Craddock, detailing the life and achievements of Thomas Jefferson, ca. 1890, 36" l. Craddock served in the 5th Virginia cavalry of the Confederates States under the leadership of Thomas L. Rosser.      Est. $500-1,000

 

1434.   New England Queen Anne tiger maple high chest, ca. 1765, with fan carved drawer, 72 1/4" h., 37 1/4" w. Est. $5,000-8,000

 

1435.   New England oil on canvas river landscape, 19th c., inscribed verso Alonzo ___ Cambridgeport Mass., 14" x 10".         Est. $400-600

 

1436.   Full bodied copper pike fish weathervane, late 20th c., 35 1/2" l. Provenance Sydney Gecker.  Est. $2,000-2,500

 

1437.   Pennsylvania painted buttocks basket, late 19th c., retaining its original green surface, 12 1/2" h., 16" w. Est. $300-500

 

1438.   Connecticut redware charger, 19th c., with slip inscription Cheap, 12" dia.        Est. $400-700

 

1439.   Walnut sawbuck table, 19th c., 29 1/4" h., 60" w., 29 3/4" d.        Est. $400-800

 

1440.   Three graduated stoneware jugs, 19th c., impressed Norton & Co. Bennington VT, with cobalt bird decoration, 15 1/2" h., 13 1/4" h. and 11" h.  Est. $800-1,200

 

1441.   Massachusetts Federal lyre-form striking banjo timepiece, ca. 1815, the dial signed Aaron Willard Boston, 38" h. Provenance: Sotheby's, The Collection of Stanley Sax, January 16, 1998, lot 435. (pictured with its original eglomise panel)     Est. $3,000-6,000

 

1442.   Middletown, Connecticut ink and watercolor family register for the Tibbals family, ca. 1830, 26" x 18".   Est. $400-800

 

1443.   New England ladderback armchair, ca. 1750, retaining an old red surface. Provenance: Private Bucks County, Pennsylvania collection.        Est. $800-1,200

 

1444.   Redware loaf dish, 19th c., with profuse yellow slip decoration, 9" h., 12 5/8" w. Est. $400-600

 

1445.   Collection of nine painted bentwood pantry boxes, 19th c., largest - 4 1/8" h., 10" w.    Est. $800-1,200

 

1446.   Carved and painted figure of a running dog, retaining an old yellow surface, 35" l.       Est. $800-1,000

 

1447.   Turned and painted barber pole, ca. 1900, 35" h. Est. $300-500

 

1448.   New England maple tavern table, late 18th c., 26 3/4" h., 46 1/2" w., 29 3/4" d. Est. $500-1,000

 

1449.   Six Shaker bentwood boxes, 19th c., all of lapped finger construction, two marked Elisha Beal and L. Mulford, stack - 16 3/4" h. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1450.   Exceptional New England gilt sheet copper ice skate weathervane, late 19th c., purportedly off a Hardwick, Vermont workshop of a gentleman who made and sharpened ice skates, retaining a nice weathered gilt surface, 28" h., 36" l.  Est. $6,000-9,000

 

1451.   Three New England redware jugs, 19th c., probably Maine, tallest - 8 1/4".        Est. $400-600

 

1452.   New England painted pine lock box, 19th c., retaining its original green surface, the lid with an oval reserve with a woman in a landscape, 7 3/4" h., 15" w., 9 1/4" d.     Est. $400-800

 

1453.   New England Chippendale pine blanket chest, ca. 1775, retaining and old red surface, 34 1/2" h., 35 1/2" w.       Est. $400-800

 

1454.   New England redware jug, 19th c., possibly Gonic, 10" h. Est. $400-800

 

1455.   New England redware crock, 19th c., possibly Gonic, 8 1/2" h.    Est. $300-500

 

1456.   Elmer Stennes, Weymouth, Massachusetts banjo clock, the mahogany case with an eight-day movement and eglomise panels, 45" h.          Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1457.   New England Queen Anne cherry dressing table, ca. 1765, probably Connecticut, with a fan carved drawer, 30 3/4" h., 35" w., 20 1/4" d. Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1458.   Set of six New England sackback Windsor armchairs, ca. 1790. Est. $2,000-4,000

 

1459.   Historical blue Staffordshire platter, 19th c., depicting the Almshouse, New York, marked R & W Ridgway, 12 5/8" l., 16 5/8" w.          Est. $400-800

 

1460.   Historical blue Staffordshire soup tureen, 19th c., depicting N.W. View of La Grange the Residence of the Marquis Lafayette, together with a grapevine pattern ladle, 11 1/4" h., 15" w.     Est. $500-1,000

 

1461.   Blue Staffordshire English scenery pitcher and basin, 19th c., pitcher - 8 3/4" h., basin - 4" h., 11 7/8" dia.          Est. $300-500

 

1462.   Swell bodied copper running horse weathervane, 19th c., stamped Harris & Co Boston, retaining an old gilt and verdigris surface, 19 3/4" h., 32 1/4" w.         Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1463.   Massachusetts mahogany banjo timepiece, ca. 1835, attributed to Horace Tift, 33" h.    Est. $400-500

 

1464.   Boston Queen Anne walnut dining chair, ca. 1760, with a shell carved crest, compass seat and trifid foot. A matching chair is illustrated in New England Furniture at Winterthur Queen Anne and Chippendale Periods, fig. 25. Est. $800-1,200

 

1465.   American oil on canvas portrait of Julia Lockwood Leeds (1828-1874), wife of Rev. Samuel Leeds, minister at Dartmouth College, 30" x 24 1/2". Provenance: The Estate of Robert S. Knox, New Oxford, Pennsylvania. Est. $400-600

 

1466.   Two New England sackback Windsor chairs, ca. 1790.    Est. $500-800

 

1467.   Large redware crock and lid, 19th c., with manganese splash decoration, 12" h. Est. $400-600

 

1468.   American William and Mary maple top table, mid 18th c., 25 1/2" h., 17 3/4" w. Provenance: Titus Geesey.           Est. $800-1,200

 

1469.   Continental bentwood bride's box, 19th c., with floral decoration on a vibrant blue ground, the lid with lithograph scene of circus performers, 7 1/2" h., 20" w., 13" d. Est. $400-700

 

1470.   Pair of cast iron Hessian andirons, retaining an early polychrome decorated surface, 19 1/4" h. Est. $300-400

 

1471.   Lancaster, Pennsylvania coin silver cream pitcher and sugar tongs, ca. 1825, bearing the touch of George Franciscus Jr., 6" h., 7.4 ozt.  Est. $400-800

 

1472.   Philadelphia coin silver sugar tongs, ca. 1820, bearing the touch of Fletcher & Gardiner, together with a ladle by Joseph Rice, Baltimore, Maryland or Savannah, Georgia, and eight teaspoons by Samuel Kirk, Baltimore, Maryland, 11.8 ozt. Provenance: The Collection of Paul and Carol Pickering, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.    Est. $300-400

 

1473.   Philadelphia coin silver covered sugar and creamer, ca. 1820, bearing the touch of Edward Lownes, with engraved armorial of a stag inscribed True, 8 1/2" h. and 6" h., 23.4 ozt. Provenance: The Collection of Paul and Carol Pickering, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.     Est. $400-700

 

1474.   Philadelphia coin silver teapot, ca. 1820, bearing the touch of Amable Brasier, 10" h., 29.4 ozt. Est. $400-800

 

1475.   Philadelphia five-piece coin silver tea and coffee service, ca. 1826, bearing the touch of R. & W. Wilson, neoclassical style, each piece inscribed on underside Julia C. Mayer, wife of the Hon. George May Keim of Reading Pennsylvania From her mother Mrs. Christopher Mayer of Lancaster 1826, coffeepot - 12" h., 118.6 ozt.  Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1476.   Philadelphia silver cream pitcher, ca. 1820, bearing the touch of Chadron's and Rasch, 5 3/4" h., 9.4 ozt.      Est. $150-250

 

1477.   Philadelphia coin silver covered sugar, ca. 1815, bearing the touch of D.B. Cummings, with relief leaf decoration, 7 1/4" h., 22.4 ozt.    Est. $400-700

 

1478.   Extensive Poole sterling silver tea and coffee service with candelabra in the Old English pattern, to include a teapot, coffeepot, kettle on stand, creamer, sugar, pitcher, and a pair of candelabra, 15 1/2" h., 321 ozt.      Est. $4,000-6,000

 

1479.   Sterling silver centerpiece bowl, with repousse floral decoration, 11 1/2" h., 13 1/2" dia., 44 ozt.            Est. $500-1,000

 

1480.   Tiffany & Co. sterling silver English King pattern tasting spoon, 18" l., 3.4 ozt.           Est. $150-250

 

1481.   Reed and Barton three-piece sterling silver tea service in the Colonial Manor pattern, 42.9 ozt.            Est. $500-800

 

1482.   Tiffany & Co. sterling silver Neoclassical water pitcher, 8 1/2" h., 30.8 ozt.      Est. $400-800

 

1483.   Large English repousse silver kettle on stand, 1831-1832, bearing the touch of J. Charles Edington, 15 3/4" h., 129 ozt.     Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1484.   English silver tea service, 1923, bearing the Crichton Brothers touch mark, to include a tray, 19 1/2" l., 30 1/4" w., a hot water kettle, a coffeepot, a teapot, a chocolate pot, a sugar, a creamer, a waste bowl, and two tea strainers, 284.8 ozt.           Est. $4,000-6,000

 

1485.   Four Chinese silver scroll weights with relief decoration of mythical animals and zodiac signs, 17.3 ozt., three - 3 7/8" x 2 1/8" and one - 3 3/4" x 2".      Est. $400-500

 

1486.   English silk on linen sampler dated 1821, wrought by Louisa Callaway, 16" x 12 1/2".   Est. $300-500

 

1487.   Attributed to James Ward (British 1769-1859), oil on canvas portrait of a woman, identified verso as M.M. Preston (1791-1829), 13 3/4" x 10 3/4".      Est. $300-500

 

1488.   Set of six George III mahogany dining chairs, ca. 1770, to include two armchairs and four side chairs, each with a Gothic splat, a slip seat and square legs.  Est. $2,000-2,500

 

1489.   Pair of English silver chambersticks and snuffers, 1788-1789, bearing the touch of Smith & Sharp, 3 3/4" h., 17.9 ozt.      Est. $500-1,000

 

1490.   George II oak and burl veneer spice cabinet, ca. 1740, 15" h., 14" w. Provenance: The Collection of Ben and Susan Ventresca, West Chester, Pennsylvania         Est. $300-500

 

1491.   Brass trumpet candlestick, 17th c., with ringed post and mid drip, 6" h. Provenance: Titus Geesey.            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1492.   George III mahogany tea caddy, ca. 1770, 6 1/2" h., 9" w. Provenance: The Collection of Paul and Carol Pickering, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Est. $200-300

 

1493.   Charles Walter Simpson (British 1885-1971), oil on canvas horse portrait, identified verso as Sir Alfred Akroyd's Nimrod, signed lower right, 18" x 24".         Est. $800-1,200

 

1494.   Dutch brass six-arm chandelier, 18th c., 20" h., 23" w.     Est. $800-1,200

 

1495.   French Empire slate and ormolu mounted portico clock, 19th c., 19 3/4" h. Provenance: Estate of Robert S. Knox New Oxford, Pennsylvania.  Est. $500-1,000

 

1496.   Patinated bronze Roman Imperial on horseback, late 19th c., 16 1/2" h.           Est. $500-1,000

 

1497.   R. Bartoletti (Italian late 19th c.), patinated bronze man and woman on horseback, 22" h.          Est. $500-1,000

 

1498.   Vassili Yacovlevitch Grachev, (Russian 1831-1905), bronze of a coach embracing a woman, 9 1/2" h. Provenance: A New Jersey Estate. Est. $500-1,000

 

1499.   A.M. Bonegor (Russian late 19th c.), bronze of two Cossacks on horseback, 11 1/2" h. Provenance: A New Jersey Estate.  Est. $400-600

 

1500.   Eugene Lanceray (Russian 1875-1946), patinated bronze woman with cows and dog, signed on base and inscribed F. Chopin, 11" h. Provenance: A New Jersey Estate.  Est. $2,000-3,000

 

1501.   Welsh oak pewter cupboard, late 18th c., 81 1/2" h., 55 1/2" w.   Est. $500-1,000

 

1502.   Thai carved and painted temple figure, 19th c., 28 1/2" h.           Est. $500-1,000

 

1503.   Pair of Japanese Meiji period carved and painted ivory figures of a woman with fan and a man wearing a mask, 9 1/2" h. and 8 3/4" h.          Est. $1,000-1,500

 

1504.   Seven Japanese carved figural netsukes, early 20th c., to include figures with instruments. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.        Est. $300-500

 

1505.   Eight Japanese carved figural netsukes, early 20th c., to include a mask, men playing go, man with dragon, etc. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate. Est. $300-500

 

1506.   Eight Japanese carved figural netsukes, early 20th c., to include a Buddha, figure with a teapot, a stretching man, etc. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.           Est. $300-500

 

1507.   Four Japanese carved and painted ivory netsukes, early 20th c., together with another netsuke of a man with a drum and a manju netsuke. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.     Est. $300-500

 

1508.   Eight Japanese carved figural netsukes, early 20th c., to include a woman with an octopus, figures wrestling, etc. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.        Est. $300-500

 

1509.   Group of thirteen Japanese carved ivory animal netsukes, early 20th c., to include a leopard, a monkey, a foo lion, etc. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.     Est. $400-700

 

1510.   Pair of Chinese carved ivory masks, ca. 1900, of an Emperor and Empress, 9" h. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.         Est. $500-1,000

 

1511.   Japanese Meiji period carved ivory fishmonger, 17" h.    Est. $400-800

 

1512.   Chinese carved ivory crab basket, ca. 1900, 8" l.   Est. $200-400

 

1513.   Pair of Chinese carved ivory figures, of an Emperor and Empress seated in their thrones, 14 3/4" h., 11 1/2 w.         Est. $1,000-1,200

 

1514.   Large Chinese carved ivory Lohan, ca. 1900, 19 1/4" h.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1515.   Large Chinese carved ivory immortal, ca. 1900, 18 1/2" h.          Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1516.   Large Chinese carved ivory immortal, ca. 1900, 18 1/4" h.          Est. $1,000-2,000

 

1517.   Chinese carved ivory figural group, ca. 1900, with scholars and servants, 8 3/4" h. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.         Est. $400-600

 

1518.   Two Chinese carved spinach jade bi-disc plaques, 12 3/4" h. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate. Est. $400-700

 

1519.   Chinese carved spinach jade tower, 5 1/2" h., together with a pair of cups. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate. Est. $300-500

 

1520.   Chinese carved ivory figural group, ca. 1900, with fisherman and boys, 7 1/2" h. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.         Est. $300-500

 

1521.   Chinese carved ivory vase, late 19th c., 10" h. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.  Est. $300-500

 

1522.   Chinese carved ivory Empress, ca. 1900, 10 3/4" h. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.     Est. $400-800

 

1523.   Chinese carved Mastodon tusk, the boulder with grapevine and animals, 11" h. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.         Est. $400-600

 

1524.   Chinese carved jade foo lion, 5 3/4" h., 9 1/2" w. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.          Est. $400-700

 

1525.   Chinese carved jade foo lion, 4 1/2" h., 5 1/2" w. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.          Est. $300-500

 

1526.   Chinese carved spinach jade hatchet, 12" l. Provenance: A Lancaster Estate.      Est. $200-400

 

1527.   Heriz carpet, ca. 1940, 12'4" x 9'8". Est. $1,200-1,800

 

1528.   Heriz carpet, ca. 1940, 12'3" x 9'4". Est. $1,200-1,800




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