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  • Lot# 1 - 14K GOLD LOCKET PAINTED DOG

    Lot# 1 - 14K GOLD LOCKET PAINTED DOG

  • Lot# 2 - 14K GOLD FILLIGREE BANGLE

    Lot# 2 - 14K GOLD FILLIGREE BANGLE

  • Lot# 3 - 14K GOLD FILLIGREE RING

    Lot# 3 - 14K GOLD FILLIGREE RING

  • Lot# 4 - ROLEX PERPETURAL DATE WATCH

    Lot# 4 - ROLEX PERPETURAL DATE WATCH

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1 - 14K GOLD LOCKET PAINTED INTAGLIO GLASS TERRIER 14K GOLD LOCKET PENDANT PAINTED INTAGLIO GLASS TERRIER: 1.75"h x 1.125"w (without bail), unmarked but tests as 14k gold, 27.77g, 17.86dwt.

2 - 14K GOLD FILLIGREE BANGLE BRACELET WITH AMETHYST 14K GOLD FILLIGREE BANGLE BRACELET WITH AMETHYST: Antique filigree bangle bracelet set with three faceted amethyst stones (center: 10mm, flanked by two 9mm), box closure and safety chain. Stamped 14k, dimensions: .5"w x 7" inside circumference, 24.63g, 15.83dwt.

3 - 14K GOLD FILLIGREE RING WITH AMETHYST 14K GOLD FILLIGREE RING WITH AMETHYST: Antique filigree ring set a large faceted amethyst (18mm x 12mm), Stamped 14k, size: 5.5, 8.02g, 5.16dwt.

4 - ROLEX PERPETURAL DATE WRISTWATCH ROLEX PERPETURAL DATE WRISTWATCH / CHRONOMETER: Movement: Perpetual, Self Winding Chronometer Dial: “Champagne” gold dial with applied gold indexes Case Material: Stainless Steel Bezel: Fluted Bezel in 18K Yellow Gold Bracelet Materials: Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold Bracelet: Two-toned, Jubilee Rolesor Crystal: Acrylic Crystal with Cyclops lens over the date Crown: Rolex Screw-Down Lock Case Size: 24mm Length: 6.75" inside circumference Inscriptions: Engraved, 'Con todo mi amore - Fred Guatemala 1982".

5 - THEA SNAKESKIN PYTHON HOBO SATCHEL TOTE PURSE THEA SNAKESKIN PYTHON HOBO SATCHEL BAG: In the style of Devi Kroell, Lightly iridescent python snakeskin satchel, suede lined interior with interior zip pouch and two pockets, concealed magnetic closure at top, 12"h x 18"l with a 10" drop. PROVENANCE: Rare-Era.com is honored to represent this piece on behalf of Personalized Estate Liquidation Benefiting Youth, Inc. (P.E.L.). P.E.L. is a volunteer organization boasting 50 plus dedicated volunteers and experts. The company hosts gallery sales within their 9,400-square foot showroom facility in Sarasota, Florida. Sale proceeds generated at P.E.L support causes dedicated to at risk youth throughout Sarasota County, Florida. To date, their volunteers have given over $300,000 in educational scholarships and have raised over $1.2 million.

6 - PHILIPPE CHARRIOL 18K & DIAMOND CABLE NECKLACE PHILIPPE CHARRIOL 18K & DIAMOND CELTIC NOIR CABLE NECKLACE: Philippe Charriol 18K yellow gold, diamond and black cable necklace. The necklace centered by three oval bosses in 18k yellow gold, each mounted with thirteen pave diamonds and gold end-caps which are attached to curving, black double cable links, Charriol maker's mark throughout and on safety clasp with 750, 16"l.

7 - 14k GOLD AND DIAMOND PENDANT DROP NECKLACE 14k GOLD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE: Hand soldered gold links support a centerpiece of six, brilliant, round diamonds (Color Grade J, Clarity Grade VS, Estimated Mass .64, largest: 4x4x2mm, others average 3x3x2mm), 16"l with a latching box closure, impressed "14K" and with illegible maker's marks, 10.91g, 7.02dwt.

8 - VALERIE THORNTON CHARTRES CATHEDRAL ETCHING VALERIE THORNTON CHARTRES CATHEDRAL INTAGLIO ETCHING: Valerie Thornton (1931 - 1991, British), titled, 'Chartres Cathedral' numbered 2 of 50, framed: 26.75"h x 22"w x 1.25"d.

9 - 1965 CHAGALL LITHOGRAPH L'OPERA DE PARIS 1965 CHAGALL LITHOGRAPH L'OPERA DE PARIS: Chagall (1885 - 1985, Russian - French), title, "Le Plafond de l'Opera de Paris (The Ceiling of the Paris Opera House)", frontispiece "Das Deckengemalde des Opernhauses von Paris", Jacques Lassaigne, Editor: Andre Sauret 25cm x 32cm (9.84" x 12.59"), Mourlot 434, framed: 15.75" x 12.5" x 1.5".

10 - MIRIAM SCHAPIRO SCREEN PRINT HANDKERCHIEF MIRIAM SCHAPIRO SCREEN PRINT, COLLAGE HANDKERCHIEF: Miriam Schapiro (American, b.1923 - d. 2015)title, "Una Furtivo Lacrima (A Stolen Tear)", screen-print in colors on rag paper. Each of the twelve handkerchiefs were from Schapiro's personal collection, they were photographed, reproduced as twelve individual silkscreens which were assembled via collage onto rag paper. Titled, signed and numbered 27 out of 40, by the artist in the margins, 43.25" x 33"w.

ABOUT THE BERGHOFF-COWDEN EDITIONS COLLECTION:The Berghoff Art Gallery first opened in the 1980Â’s as Soho South Gallery in Safety Harbor, Florida. In 1988, Lois Berghoff and Dorothy Cowden evolved the Gallery into the Berghoff-Cowden Editions, a collaborative, screenprint workshop first located in a converted warehouse by the University of Tampa, Florida and ultimately settling in New Port Richey, Florida.

The workshop specialized in publishing unique and small editions of hand-pulled screen-prints and monoprints. The environment created within this experimental workshop inspired artists to innovate conventional screen printing techniques in a creative manner never seen before or since. Their editions included hand-painting, collage, flocking, cutting and stitching, paper manipulation such as folding, layering and cutting as well as the incorporation of exotic fabrics and layered Japanese papers. The eclectic creative-processes of the workshop attracted a diverse, global group of renowned artists working in several movements including abstraction, expressionism, realism, sculpture and pattern and decoration.A partial roster of artists who create exceptional works in this space includes: Miriam “Mimi” Schapiro (Canadian, American, b. 1923 – d. 2015), Brad Davis (American, b. 1942), Frank Faulkner (American, 1946), Sam Gilliam (American, b. 1933), Roberto Juarez (American, b. 1952), George Sugarman (American, b. 1912 – d. 1999) and Robert Rahway Zakanitch (American, b. 1935). The workshop also invited Italian artists Marilu Eustachio (Italian, b. 1934), Oliviero Rainaldi (Italian, b. 1956) and Cloti Ricciardi (Italian, 20th / 21st centuries).Recognizing the importance of this collaboration, The Polk Museum of Art in Lakeland, Florida, curated and exhibited a collection of these works from the collection of Dorothy Mitchell entitled, “Expanding Expressions” this exhibit was supported by the Polk Museum of Art, Florida Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Arts Council and was exhibited throughout the United States at several prominent museums from 1997 until early 2000. Rare-Era is honored to offer hand-selected pieces from this magical time directly from the Berghoff Personal Collection, these choice examples of the editions have never been offered publicly!Refs. 1.) Lois & Linda Berghoff. 2.) Bennett, Lennie. “Paper as a Malleable Medium,” St. Petersburg Times. Published July 13, 2003, http://www.sptimes.com/2003/07/13/news_pf/Floridian/Paper_as_a_malleable_.shtml, accessed: October 28, 2017. 3.) Bennett, Lennie. “The Leepa-Rattner Msueum of Art Reinvents its Space and its Collection,” Tampa Bay Times. Published November 12, 2011. http://www.tampabay.com/features/visualarts/the-leepa-rattner-museum-of-art-reinvents-its-spaceand-its-collection/1200603 , accessed: October 28, 2017. 4.) Schroeder, Ivy. “Expanding Expressions: Contemporary Master Prints, UM St. Louis’ Gallery 210,” Riverfront Times. Published December 15, 1999, https://www.riverfronttimes.com/stlouis/expanding-expressions-contemporary-masterprints/Content?oid=2475571, Accessed: October 28, 2017.BIOGRAPHY: MIRIAM “MIMI” SCHAPIRO (Canadian, American, b. 1923 – d. 2015) Miriam Schapiro is known as one of the leaders of the pattern and decoration and the feminist art movement. She was born in Canada and raised in Brooklyn; while in High School, Schapiro studied at the Museum of Modern Art and the Federal Art Project the visual arts extension of the Great Depression-era Works Progress Administration. She attended college at the State University of Iowa, where she received three degrees between 1945 and 1949, a B.A., M.A. and M.F.A. She went on to teach in several locations including: State University of Iowa; Parsons School of Design, New York City; University of California, Berkeley; University of San Diego; California Institute of the Arts, Valencia; and the Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia.It was while teaching at CalArts in 1970 that Schapiro and Judy Chicago taught a co-directed a course on feminism that led to the creation of the Feminist Art Program. Part of this program involved a collaborative project called “Womanhouse” which involved several female artists who exhibited in an old house and presented works dealing with feminist issues. Schapiro exhibited a doll house, each room symbolically built to represent her own female world. This piece is now held in the Smithsonian Museum of American Art, 1997.112A-B. Author Elise LaRose comments about "Womanhouse:" "A decade of personal and political struggle with feminist issues crystallized in (Schapiro's) pioneering and collaborative involvement. Co-directing, with Judy Chicago, the Feminist Art Program at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, California, they started off the school year by involving their students in a project which would allow them to project all their dreams and fantasies by creating an exclusively female environment in an old house. After renovating the house, they transformed it with performance and art works that dealt with specifically feminist issues. They used this explorative process as a means of restructuring their identities as women artists in a patriarchal (art) world...""Since then, Miriam Schapiro has been giving the history of women's 'covert' art a brightly lit showcase. The once-tabooed scraps; sequins, buttons, threads, rick rack, spangles, yarn; silk, taffeta, cotton, burlap, and wool, were excavated from the musty attics and dredged from the dark closets of art history. Now, they are assembled and coordinated with emotional and creative thought into 'femmages.' Having taken embroidered upholstery out of the parlor, quilts off beds, clothing off hangers, scrapbooks out of trunks, and tapestries from beneath our feet, Schapiro re-educates us about a history of buried art, women's art." After this project, she created paintings incorporating handkerchiefs, lace and other fabrics in metaphorical statements of liberation. As the leading member of the Pattern and Decoration Movement (or P & D) of the mid '70s, Schapiro incorporated dress, costume, and decorative patterns into her art. This art movement challenged traditional Western European art by featuring decorative patterns and textiles from other cultures such as Chinese, Indian, Islamic, and Mexican. The use of textiles also served symbolically of feminine labor. Schapiro's collages, or "femmages," as she sometimes calls them, included the needlework of other, perhaps long forgotten women. Schapiro has attempted to break the barrier between art and craft by reintroducing pattern and decoration into the modernist art world."Femmage," stands for the female laborer's hand-sewn work (such as embroidery, quilting, cross-stitching, etc.) that rivals and precedes the "high-art" collage. Her work, The Poet #2, combines pattern with painting. Schapiro comments, "I felt that by making a large canvas magnificent in color, design, and proportion, filling it with fabrics and quilt blocks, I could raise a housewife's lowered consciousness." Her involvement with consciousness-raising efforts, for which she traveled nationwide encouraging women to form support groups and emerge from isolation, earned her the nickname "Mimi Appleseed." Schapiro received six honorary Doctorate degrees, Grants from the Rockefeller Foundation, a grant for artists in residency at Bellagio Study Center in Bellagio, Italy; the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship; the Djerassi Foundation Residency in Woodside, CA; Atlantic Center for the Arts Residency - Master Class; a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship; Ford Foundation Grant at Tamarind; the Honors Award, The Woman's Caucus for Art; N.Y. State Teacher's Assn. Certificate of Recognition; N.Y. State NARAL, 25th Anniversary; a Yaddo Fellowship.Schapiro’s work is held in numerous museums which include: In New York - Brooklyn Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Jewish Museum, Guild Hall Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art; National Gallery of Art, Whitney Museum of Art; In Washington D.C. - Hirshhorn & Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Museum of American Art, D.C.; In Florida - Orlando Museum of Art, Polk Museum of Art, Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art; Allen Memorial Art Museum on Oberlin, Ohio; Missoula Museum of Arts, Montana; Harvard University’s Fogg Museum; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, New York; Peter Ludwig Collection, Aachen, Germany; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sidney, AustraliaRef: Biography courtesy of: http://www.askart.com/auction_records/Miriam_Mimi_Schapiro/100044/Miriam_Mimi_Schapiro.aspx, https://www.goshen.edu/news/2001/11/12/miriam-schapiro/, http://www.matrixpress.org/miriam-schapiro.html.

11 - TADEO ZAVALETA ACRYLIC ON CANVAS PAINTING TADEO ZAVALETA ACRYLIC ON CANVAS PAINTING: Tadeo Zavaleta, 20th - 21st century, acrylic on canvas, "Tocando el Cielo (Touching the Sky)", depicting lovers embracing, (20.5" x 20.5", housed in a shadowbox frame, 22.5" x 22.5".

12 - IMPORTANT NASA APOLLO 11 ANSCO PHOTOGRAPH ARCHIVE Important NASA Apollo 11 Photographic Archive A unique archive of photographs images which has been assembled by Mr. Philip B. Jewell Sr. Mr. Jewell had a seventeen-year career with G.A.F Corporation and retired as a Senior Research & Development Technician. G.A.F Corp. was a contractor in Binghamton, N.Y. who supplied NASA with high-speed, high resolution films for print, slides and color print paper. In this capacity they were the first to receive undeveloped rolls of film directly from the Space Missions. The G.A.F Corp.’s liaison with NASA was Philip M. Mikoda, a marketing specialist from the GAR Industrial Photo Division, and an advisor to the International Space Agency on photography in the Manned Space Program. Mr. Mikoda’s secretary Shirley was Mr. Jewell’s wife and from this position enjoyed an warm relationship with Mr. Mikoda. Mr. Jewell’s dedication the NASA contract and friendship with Mr. Mikoda rewarded him and his family with opportunities related to NASA and Ansco. For example, the NASA contract required specially developed film emulsions which Mr. Jewell had the opportunity to name, choosing Linphi and Phillin (after his children, Linda and Philip Jr.). He was able to print and keep the first set of 8” x 10” photos printed from the NASA supplied, undeveloped film of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. And his family benefited with the gift of an Ansco 8mm movie camera and the opportunity for his son to appear in a LIFE Magazine print advertisement. The ad introduced G.A.F/Ansco amateur color negative film and announcing their color negative product as the one used in Space Exploration. The assembled archive includes the following items relating to the Apollo 11 Mission. Nine 8” x 10” images of the Apollo 11 Mission which are stated by Mr. Jewell to be the first to be printed from the G.A.F color negative films made by G.A.F for NASA. These have been printed on experimental Ansco paper and as such, bear no watermark. These images were processed and printed by Mr. Jewell. Also included are eleven 3.5” x 3.5” photographs of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, these were printed by Mr. Jewell from G.A.F/NASA film on an auto printer. The dates on the face refer to the date the photograph was printed from the negative, and the dots are for the auto cutter to cut to size. A photograph autographed by Astronaut Tom Stafford taken in 1966 and dedicated to Shirley, Mr. Jewell’s wife and Mr. Mikdoa’s secretary. NASA Official portrait photographs of Gordon Cooper, Donn F. Eisle (pilot), Walter Schirra Jr., Cmdr. Walter Cunningham and Virgil “Gus” Grissom who was Commanding Pilot of the Gemini-Titian 3. NASA Manned Spacecraft Center Stamp Club First Day of Issue Apollo 11 Moon Landing stamp and envelope. Given to our consignor by Phillip B. Mikoda in return for his service. Mr. Mikoda told Mr. Jewell these this was one of six first day cover envelopes he possessed which were hand cancelled on the moon. Depicting the "First Man on the Moon", a .10 cent stamp affixed to an envelope with an illustration, in color depicting Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon, cover measures 6.5" x 3.75". The archive is housed in a large binder and each component includes a statement of provenance and description written by Mr. Jewell. The specifics are as follows: 1. NASA Official portrait L. Gordon Cooper taken September 10, 1964. 2. NASA Official portrait 1st manned Apollo Mission, Donn F. Eisle (pilot), Walter Schirra Jr. and Cmdr. Walter Cunningham. 3. NASA Official Portrait Tom Stafford taken 1966 autographed to Shirley, Mr. Mikdoa’s secretary and our consignor’s wife. 4. NASA Official portrait “Gus” Grissom Commanding Pilot Gemini-Titian 3 taken February 25, 1965. 5. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 - Launch 1969. 6. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 - Space Capsule leaving Earth on its way to the moon, July 1969. 7. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 - Lunar Lander on its way to the moon with men and equipment. 8. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 - The view of Earth from Space. 9. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – Close view of Lunar Rover Vehicle 10. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – The Lunar Rover 11. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – Lunar Service Vehicle and Lunar Rover together on the moon. 12. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – Lunar Rover and astronaut with a Moon Boulder. 13. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – An astronaut digs samples of Moon rocks. 14. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – Astronaut, Rover and the landscape of the Moon. 15. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – Splashdown, the return of the capsule to Earth. 16. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – Lunar stones / Moon Rocks. 17. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – 11 @ 3.5” x 3.5” photographs – Philip Mikoda, GAF/NASA liaison officer, photograph taken Jan 1969, pre-Apollo 11 launch, descent to the moon, Lunar Lander descent, first footprint on the Moon, Lunar Lander set-up, first Lunar footprint, Neil Armstrong walks on the moon, placing test equipment, working with devices. all dated August 1969. 18. G.A.F/Ansco NASA film Apollo 11 – NASA Manned Spacecraft Center Stamp Club First Day of Issue stamp and envelope. Given to our consignor by Phillip B. Mikoda in return for his service. Purported by Mikoda to be one of six first day cover envelopes which were hand cancelled on the moon. Depicting the "First Man on the Moon", a .10 cent stamp affixed to an envelope with an illustration, in color depicting Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon, cover measures 6.5" x 3.75".

13 - HUGO PORCARO WARHOL POP ART OUTSIDER PAINTING HUGO S. PORCARO, JR.: WARHOL POP ART / OUTSIDER ART PAINTING ON WINDOWPANE: 2008, Hugo S. Porcaro, Jr. (St. Petersburg / Gulfport, Florida, American) Paint on wood and glass window frame depicting Campbell's Soup Cans in a style inspired by Andy Warhol. Signed and dated on the wood frame/pane by the artist. Measures: approx. 33.25-inches H x 1.50-inches W x 28.50-inches H.

14 - 3 AFTER ANDY WARHOL ICONIC COLLECTION SKATEBOARDS 3 AFTER ANDY WARHOL ICONIC COLLECTION SKATEBOARD DECKS: Produced by Alien Workshop for the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, from the Iconic Collection, Jason Dill, Anthony van Engelen and Omar Salazar. 1.) Depicting the screen printed image of cows on one side and reverse the lettering OMAR SALAZAR and portraits of Warhol and Salazar in brick red and yellow, "Andy Warhol," 7.75" x 31.25". 2.) van Engelen with the image of a skull, with original promo sticker sheet under the shrink-wrap, 7.75" x 31.25". 3.) Dill with image in from Warhol's, "Electric Chair" lithograph in red and black, with original promo sticker sheet under the shrink-wrap, 7.75" x 31.25".

15 - COACH HERITAGE LTD ED WARSTIC BASEBALL BAT - NWT COACH HERITAGE LTD ED WARSTIC BASEBALL BAT: Includes Coach burlap presentation bag & Original COACH Sku-Tag. COACH + WARSTIC HAND-DIPPED BLUE BASEBALL BAT LIMITED-EDITION - COACH + WARSTIC Hand-Dipped Blue Baseball Bat Limited-Edition – with Burlap Coach Bag: from the Coach Heritage Baseball Collection, with a Limited Run for Father’s Day in 2013 (no longer available). Made in USA. In 2013 for the Father’s Day Season, and as part of it’s Heritage Baseball Collection, COACH partnered with Warstic Wood Bat Company to offer a Limited-Run of Coach+Warstic 33-inch Wooden-Bats made of American Maple - each dip-dyed by hand and wrapped with artisan leather at the handle. Bat offered here is NEW in Original Bag and has never been used or displayed publicly (remaining in private collection; till offered here at Auction for the first time). COACH: Coach is a design house of modern luxury accessories and lifestyle collections which started in 1941 as a family-run workshop in New York City. The original American house of leather during the second half of the 20th Century – now with over 1000 locations worldwide - COACH brings international relevance to an American leather goods brand. WARSTIC: Warstic Sports Inc. is an independent, Dallas, Texas based sporting goods company focused on the “Art of Hitting”. Warstic Wood Bat Company was founded by entrepreneur & designer Ben Jenkins; now in partnership with MLB-player Ian Kinsler of the Detroit Tigers along with Jack White of Third Man Records, formally founder of the bands - The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather. Nashville mayor Karl Dean awarded White the title of "Nashville Music City Ambassador" in 2011. Warstic Wood Bats are designed and built to the highest allowed performance ceiling standards, and made to last. “The "warstripes" emblem on each bat represents the struggle between past and future; this symbol as a focusing tool, reminds us to see the space between the lines and through meditation, this brings perspective, and a grateful, calm spirit”. https://warstic.com/blogs/news/warstic-coach-collaboration

16 - ANDY WARHOL X WESC CAMOUFLAGE SKATEBOARD DECK ANDY WARHOL CAMOUFLAGE SKATEBOARD DECK: 2015. Skateboard deck after Andy Warhol, released as a collaboration between the Andy Warhol Foundation and Swedish clothing brand WeSC (We are the Superlative Conspiracy), as a limited edition collaboration titled, "Warhol Conspiracy by WeSC". The design is based off patterns from Warhol’s Camouflage series, the final body of work that Warhol published before his death, 8"w x 31.25"l

17 - T. L. LANGE MIXED MEDIA & COLLAGE ABSTRACT T. L. LANGE MIXED MEDIA & COLLAGE ABSTRACT: T.L. Lange (1965 - 2002, America), Expressionistic and surrealistic image created in collage and mixed media on archival paper with, pen and ink, charcoal, acrylic, and watercolor on heavy paper and applied Wall Street Journal and Classified Newspaper clippings. Unsigned but with a copy of the Certificate of Authenticity from Hospitality Galleries, who sold several of his pieces. Deckled paper edge float farmed on linen, paper: 16”h x 22”w, 40.64cm x 55.88cm. Archivally framed: 29”h x 24”w, 73.66cm x 60.96cm. Purchased from Hospitality Galleries, Orlando, FL circa 1998. BIOGRAPHY: T. L. Lange (Anthony Leo Lange). Lange was born in Pennsylvania but moved progressively southward, studying painting and drawing at Winthrop College, South Carolina and eventually moving to Atlanta, Georgia for a brief period and then moving back to Atlanta. His paintings are characterized by deeply saturated color sometimes with fully abstract compositions and some with suggested figures. They invite narrative but offer none as the viewer is encouraged to create a personal narrative. In his brief career Lange had several shows 2005 Mason Murer Fine Art, Atlanta GA. PROVENANCE: Purchased c. 1998 from Hospitality Galleries, Orlando Florida by the consignors. This piece is from the private archive collection of Smith Earnest Interiors Inc., design firm run by Jeffry Smith and Olen Earnest for over 20 years. The firm specializes in custom interior design for estates, homes and yachts throughout the United States. Their designs have been featured in USA Today, House Beautiful Houses and Plans, Christies Great Estates, Florida Architecture, Florida Design, Orlando Magazine, Orlando Home Design and Women’s Day Kitchen and Baths to name but a few. Their designs have taken numerous awards, some of which include the prestigious Best in America Living Award from the NAHB (National Association of Home Builders) for the ‘Best One of a Kind Spec House in the United States’ in 1997 and more recently, two Aurora Awards in 2003 for the best $3,000,001 and over One of a Kind Custom Home and also the $2,000,000 - $3,000,000 One of a Kind Custom Home.

18 - BJORK LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH SET BJORK LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH SET: 8 Characters, limited edition eight 12" x 12" lithographic reproductions of Bjork photographs, each numbered 582 of 1000 and each with tissue guards. Included are: 1993 Debut; 1997 Post; 2001 Vespertive; 2007 Volta; 2011 Biophilia; 2015 Vulnicura, with hand-numbered title page. Housed in a presentation box with the original plastic wrap.

19 - FRENCH HOUR LAVIGNE A PARIS MANTLE CLOCK FRENCH HOUR LAVIGNE A PARIS MANTLE CLOCK: 20th Century French Hour Lavigne a Paris Depuis 1848 Gilt Metal Clock. The lyre form is supported on gilded metal bun feet and a marble plinth the lyre form clock is surmounted by a mask of Apollo crest; German Quartz movement protected by a metal back-plate, 13.375”h.

20 - BRAD DAVIS SCREENPRINT BAMBOO & ROCK DIPTYCH BRAD DAVIS SCREENPRINT BAMBOO & ROCK DIPTYCH: Brad Darius Davis (American, b. 1942), screen print on rag paper depicting bamboo and rock, signed and numbered, "Brad Davis Bamboo and Rock '93 22/28," embossed Berghoff-Cowden Editions stamp, image: 50" x 38", archivally framed: 53.875" x 42". ABOUT THE BERGHOFF-COWDEN EDITIONS COLLECTION The Berghoff Art Gallery first opened in the 1980’s as Soho South Gallery in Safety Harbor, Florida. In 1988, Lois Berghoff and Dorothy Cowden evolved the Gallery into the Berghoff-Cowden Editions, a collaborative, screenprint workshop first located in a converted warehouse by the University of Tampa, Florida and ultimately settling in New Port Richey, Florida. The workshop specialized in publishing unique and small editions of hand-pulled screen-prints and monoprints. The environment created within this experimental workshop inspired artists to innovate conventional screen printing techniques in a creative manner never seen before or since. Their editions included hand-painting, collage, flocking, cutting and stitching, paper manipulation such as folding, layering and cutting as well as the incorporation of exotic fabrics and layered Japanese papers. The eclectic creative-processes of the workshop attracted a diverse, global group of renowned artists working in several movements including abstraction, expressionism, realism, sculpture and pattern and decoration. A partial roster of artists who create exceptional works in this space includes: Miriam “Mimi” Schapiro (Canadian, American, b. 1923 – d. 2015), Brad Davis (American, b. 1942), Frank Faulkner (American, 1946), Sam Gilliam (American, b. 1933), Roberto Juarez (American, b. 1952), George Sugarman (American, b. 1912 – d. 1999) and Robert Rahway Zakanitch (American, b. 1935). The workshop also invited Italian artists Marilu Eustachio (Italian, b. 1934), Oliviero Rainaldi (Italian, b. 1956) and Cloti Ricciardi (Italian, 20th / 21st centuries). Recognizing the importance of this collaboration, The Polk Museum of Art in Lakeland, Florida, curated and exhibited a collection of these works from the collection of Dorothy Mitchell entitled, “Expanding Expressions” this exhibit was supported by the Polk Museum of Art, Florida Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Arts Council and was exhibited throughout the United States at several prominent museums from 1997 until early 2000. Rare-Era is honored to offer hand-selected pieces from this magical time directly from the Berghoff Personal Collection, these choice examples of the editions have never been offered publicly! Refs. 1.) Lois & Linda Berghoff. 2.) Bennett, Lennie. “Paper as a Malleable Medium,” St. Petersburg Times. Published July 13, 2003, http://www.sptimes.com/2003/07/13/news_pf/Floridian/Paper_as_a_malleable_.shtml, accessed: October 28, 2017. 3.) Bennett, Lennie. “The Leepa-Rattner Msueum of Art Reinvents its Space and its Collection,” Tampa Bay Times. Published November 12, 2011. http://www.tampabay.com/features/visualarts/the-leepa-rattner-museum-of-art-reinvents-its-spaceand-its-collection/1200603 , accessed: October 28, 2017. 4.) Schroeder, Ivy. “Expanding Expressions: Contemporary Master Prints, UM St. Louis’ Gallery 210,” Riverfront Times. Published December 15, 1999, https://www.riverfronttimes.com/stlouis/expanding-expressions-contemporary-masterprints/Content?oid=2475571, Accessed: October 28, 2017.

21 - ROBERT ZAKANITCH MONOPRINT SPORTSMAN SERIES ROBERT ZAKANITCH MONOPRINT WITH HAND-PAINTING SPORTSMAN SERIES: Robert Rahway Zakanitch (American, b. 1935), Monoprint and hand-painting, unique variation on the artist's "Platter" series, depicting whimsical versions fly fishing lures on French, Limoges Platters, signed "Robert Rahway Zakanitch "Clay Skin" - Plate (Sportsman Series) '92," and with embossed Berghoff-Cowden Editions stamp, image: 50" x 38", archivally framed: 53.875" x 42". ABOUT THE BERGHOFF-COWDEN EDITIONS COLLECTION The Berghoff Art Gallery first opened in the 1980’s as Soho South Gallery in Safety Harbor, Florida. In 1988, Lois Berghoff and Dorothy Cowden evolved the Gallery into the Berghoff-Cowden Editions, a collaborative, screenprint workshop first located in a converted warehouse by the University of Tampa, Florida and ultimately settling in New Port Richey, Florida. The workshop specialized in publishing unique and small editions of hand-pulled screen-prints and monoprints. The environment created within this experimental workshop inspired artists to innovate conventional screen printing techniques in a creative manner never seen before or since. Their editions included elements of hand-painting, collage, flocking, cutting and stitching, and paper manipulation such as folding, layering and cutting as well as the incorporation of exotic fabrics and layered Japanese papers. The eclectic creative-processes of the workshop attracted a diverse, global group of renowned artists working in several movements including: abstract, abstract expressionism, realism, sculpture and pattern and decoration. A partial roster of artists who created exceptional works in this space includes: Miriam “Mimi” Schapiro (Canadian, American, b. 1923 – d. 2015), Brad Davis (American, b. 1942), Frank Faulkner (American, 1946), Sam Gilliam (American, b. 1933), Roberto Juarez (American, b. 1952), George Sugarman (American, b. 1912 – d. 1999) and Robert Rahway Zakanitch (American, b. 1935). The workshop also invited Italian artists Marilu Eustachio (Italian, b. 1934), Oliviero Rainaldi (Italian, b. 1956) and Cloti Ricciardi (Italian, 20th / 21st centuries). Recognizing the importance of this collaboration, The Polk Museum of Art in Lakeland, Florida, curated and exhibited a collection of these works from the collection of Dorothy Mitchell entitled, “Expanding Expressions” this exhibit was supported by the Polk Museum of Art, Florida Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Arts Council and was exhibited throughout the United States at several prominent museums from 1997 until early 2000. Rare-Era is honored to offer hand-selected pieces from this magical time directly from the Berghoff Personal Collection, these choice examples of the editions have never been offered publicly! Refs. 1.) Lois & Linda Berghoff. 2.) Bennett, Lennie. “Paper as a Malleable Medium,” St. Petersburg Times. Published July 13, 2003, http://www.sptimes.com/2003/07/13/news_pf/Floridian/Paper_as_a_malleable_.shtml, accessed: October 28, 2017. 3.) Bennett, Lennie. “The Leepa-Rattner Msueum of Art Reinvents its Space and its Collection,” Tampa Bay Times. Published November 12, 2011. http://www.tampabay.com/features/visualarts/the-leepa-rattner-museum-of-art-reinvents-its-spaceand-its-collection/1200603 , accessed: October 28, 2017. 4.) Schroeder, Ivy. “Expanding Expressions: Contemporary Master Prints, UM St. Louis’ Gallery 210,” Riverfront Times. Published December 15, 1999, https://www.riverfronttimes.com/stlouis/expanding-expressions-contemporary-masterprints/Content?oid=2475571, Accessed: October 28, 2017. BIOGRPAHY: Robert Rahway Zakanitch (American, b. 1935) is a New Jersey artist known for crossing several genres ranging from Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, Pop Art and Pattern and Decoration. He has shown in New York since 1968. Zakanitch has said of his own work that it is positive and he doesn't want, "any dehumanization in my work. I am more interested in planting the seeds of healing and civility." His work can be found in the permanent collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Pennsylvania, Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art and Hudson River Museum in New York and the Polk Museum of Art and Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art in Florida. Biography paraphrased from: http://www.askart.com/artist/robert_rahway_zakanitch/34536/robert_rahway_zakanitch.aspx?stm=zak.

22 - CUSTOM 18K GOLD RING 6.14 CARAT BLUE GEMSTONE \CUSTOM 18K GOLD RING 6.14 CARAT BLUE GEMSTONE: 18k Gold, custom mount ring mounted with a marquise cut stone (aquamarine, blue topaz or spinel), estimated 6.14 carats, stamped with Birmingham assay mark and maker's mark on band, size 5.5. Total weight 4.19g (2.69 dwt)

23 - EARRINGS TAHITIAN PEARL AND DIAMOND 14K GOLD EARRINGS TAHITIAN PEARL AND DIAMOND 14K GOLD: Black Tahitian pearl drop earrings in 14k yellow gold mounts attached to 14k brushed white gold mounts, each with three accent diamonds, each pearl 7mm, total length, 1", total weight: 3.41g, 2.19dwt, unmarked but tested.

24 - ITALIAN 14K YELLOW GOLD LINK BRACELET ITALIAN 14K YELLOW GOLD LINK BRACELET: with a thumb-press, locking clasp, 6.75"l, 13.34g, 8.58dwt.

25 - RING 14K GOLD FLOWER BOUQUET 14K YELLOW GOLD FLOWER BOUQUET RING: Vintage dome ring hand worked with reticulated floral blooms, Size:6.5, 3.52g, 2.25dwt.

26 - VINTAGE BRACELET 14K YELLOW GOLD AND PEARLS VINTAGE BRACELET 14K YELLOW GOLD AND PEARLS: twenty-six 6mm pink hued pears attached to a rope bracelet with a box clasp, stamped "14k 585" and with maker's mark, 7"l, 13.89g, 8.93dwt.

27 - RING 14K YELLOW GOLD AMETHYST AND DIAMOND RING 14K YELLOW GOLD AMETHYST AND DIAMOND: Amethyst measures 13x7mm, size 7, 4.58g, 2.94dwt.

28 - WWI LOVE LETTERS FROM PATTERSON TO ALTHA WWI LOVE LETTERS FROM A. R. PATTERSON TO ALTHA: 3 WWI love letters from Alexander Robertson Patterson Sgt. 1st Class U.S. Army on Knights of Columbus Army of Occupation stationary to his sweetheart Altha Polkinghorn, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, some notes 1918- "Yesterday the entire 3rd division 30,000 men was inspected by General Pershing and the commanding General of the 3rd army"... and I am surely glad it is over, once in a lifetime is sufficient.... The division was in place at 10:00am and we 1919- "Already 67 men have been shot only with hypodermic needles, however that is almost as bad a heavy artillery gun"... "Until tomorrow, I'll tell you everything you ask and again, "I love you" and am living only to come back to you. Good-Nite - Your Alex". These were the parents of Judge William A. Patterson (d. 2008)

29 - CIVIL WAR DISCHARGE PAPER PRIVATE CHARLES SCOVILL CIVIL WAR DISCHARGE PAPER PRIVATE CHARLES SCOVILL: signed by Leonard Parker Luce (1839 - 1921) Of company F, 3rd Regiment of Wisconsin Cavalry, Service noted - Moved to St. Louis, MO., March 26–28, 1862, and duty at Benton Barracks, MO., until May 23. Moved to Fort Leavenworth, Kan., May 23–27. Assigned to frontier and provost duty in Kansas until September 1862, moved to Fort Scott, Kan., June 12–17. Details on his service can be found here: https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-soldiers-detail.htm?soldierId=E0CB2FCE-DC7A-DF11-BF36-B8AC6F5D926A. In black ebonized wood frame 11.75" x 9".

30 - LARGE HAND WOVEN NATIVE AMERICAN LIDDED BASKET LARGE HAND WOVEN NATIVE AMERICAN LIDDED BASKET HIDE BASE: 9.25"h x 15.25"d.

31 - GEORGE JENSEN STERLING BRACELET #3 GEORGE JENSEN STERLING BRACELET #3: 7"l x .625"w, Five links, each mounted with a dark blue sodalite cabochon and attached by double, soldered links, weight: 24.57g, 15.8dwt.

32 - 5 LARGE ANTIQUE CAST IRON SKELETON KEYS FRAMED GROUP OF 5 LARGE ANTIQUE SKELETON KEYS: Largest 6.875l. PROVENANCE: From the mass international collection of the living estate of a former Executive for Levi Strauss International, who traveled the world for the firm buying and shipping denim before retirement and as a Broker of Real Estate in San Francisco, Maine and Florida. He received a B.A. from the University of Omaha, and remains a lead Donor of their Alumni Association today; he earned his Master's Degree at Ohio State where he served on the Dean's Staff. He was a Vice-President, 3-term President and served on the Board of Directors for the Lee Memorial Auxiliary. He was a Director on the Board for the Fort Myers Community Concert Association and Sponsor of Southwest Florida Symphony. He is also the Benefactor of Healthcare Educational and Endowment Grants - with a specific generosity for patients of HIV/AIDS, healthcare workers, & of volunteers for the sick and under-privileged.

33 - ROBERT STURM ARTS AND CRAFTS OHIO STERLING CHARGER ROBERT STURM CINCINNATI OHIO STERLING CHARGER: American, Arts & Crafts era, sterling silver, double-handled charger by Cincinnati, Ohio silver-smith Robert Sturm. The round body with hand-hammered finish and a turned-in lip, handles to either side with harebell flowers and scrollwork, in the style of Georg Jensen. The base with impressed maker's hallmarks "ROB'T STURM CIN.O" and "STERLING" on the base, 14.875" x 12.125", 90.1g

34 - SIGNED ZUNI STERLING INLAY BLUEBIRD NECKLACE SIGNED ZUNI STERLING INLAY BLUEBIRD NECKLACE: A signed vintage (c. 1950s), museum quality Zuni concho (a.k.a concha) necklace. This piece features a large center disc (2.98"d) and six smaller discs (each 1.75"d) inlaid with the image of a bluebird and flowers. The inlay consists of turquoise, coral, onyx, mother of pearl and tortoise shell hand set into flattened discs which have been strung onto a necklace with 104 handmade silver beads. Each disc is etched with the initials G. L. and bears and undeniable similarity to the work of the Edaakie family, 28"l. The necklace weighs 234.5g. This piece includes a third party insurance appraisal of $4600.

35 - MEXICAN TAXCO STERLING SILVER JEWERY COLLECTION MEXICAN INCLUDING TAXCO STERLING SILVER JEWERY COLLECTION: 1.) Taxco brooch, stamped, " TP-68 925 MEXICO", 3.25"l. 2.) Pendant brooch mounted with abalone, stamped, "PA MEXICO (rest is illegible)". 3.) Pendant with oval chrysocolla, 3.5"l x 1.625"w, stamped "925 MEXICO". 4.) Bypass ring, stamped "925 MEXICO", size 8. 5.) Taxco pendant with a blue stone, stamped "TZ-17 MEXICO 925"m 1.5"h x .75"w, with an 18" sterling necklace. 6.) ATI Sand Dollar pendant on a blue cord necklace, pendant 2.25"l x 1.5"w, stamped "925 ATI MEXICO". 7.) Peruvian drop earrings with French wire hooks, stamped "925 PERU" and with maker's mark, 2.5"l.

36 - VINTAGE NAVAJO SILVER BELT BUCKLE & PENDANT VINTAGE NAVAJO SILVER BELT BUCKLE: 1.) Sterling silver pendant cast with a feather, bear claw and applied beading around a cabochon stone, stamped "KS", 1.75"l x 1". 2.) Buckle with an applied design of a corn surrounded by a border of geometric, 2"h x 2.875"l, tests as coin silver not sterling.

37 - JAY KING DESERT ROSE TRADING NECKLACE JAY KING DESERT ROSE TRADING NECKLACE: Necklace with natural green turquoise discs, sterling end caps, 17.75"l. Desert Rose Trading is owned by Jay King, the host of HSN's long running "Jay King Mine Finds" show.

38 - JAY KING DESERT ROSE STERLING BRACELET AND RINGS JAY KING DESERT ROSE STERLING BRACELET AND RINGS: 1.) Adjustable cuff bracelet with a large azurite cabochon, 5.75" inside circumference, 26.54g, 17.17dwt. 2.) Cigar band ring with azurite cabochon, size 7, 6.07g, 3.9dwt. 3.) Ring with butterscotch amber cabochon, size 8, 8.95g, 5.74dwt.. Each piece stamped DRT 925. Desert Rose Trading is owned by Jay King, the host of HSN's long running "Jay King Mine Finds" show.

39 - MARTIN LEISSER AND WALTER SHIRLAW DRAWINGS MARTIN LEISSER SKETCH BOOK & WALTER SHIRLAW DRAWING AND LETTER: Martin Leisser (American, b. 1846 - d. 1930) Sketchbook, graphite and white chalk on paper 1876. No less than fifteen drawings depicting landscapes and portraits including views of: Lemon Hill, Philadelphia; Smithsonian Institute, 1876; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania harbor,1876; Sketches of artists Walter Shirlaw (Scottish-American, b. 1838 - d. 1909) and Charles Stanley Reinhart (American b. 1844 - d. 1896) playing pool, most initialed by the artist, also including a sketch of Lessier by Walter Shirlaw (signed) and letter from Walter Shirlaw to Martin Leisser upon the passing of Mrs. Leisser. Sketchbook approximately 5" x 3.5".

40 - HENRY CHARLES FOX ENGLIGH WATERCOLOR GILDED FRAME HENRY CHARLES FOX ENGLIGH WATERCOLOR ORIGINAL GILDED FRAME: Henry Charles Fox (1860-1929, English), watercolor on paper depicting two people riding a , 14" x 22", housed in the original Arts & Crafts gilded wood frame, 19.75" x 27"l.

41 - 1821 AVALONIAN GUIDE TO GLASTONBURY & ENVIRONS TITLE: The Avalonian Guide to the Town of Glastonbury and Its Environs. AUTHOR: -. PUBLISHER: Bristol: Mary Byron & Co., 1821. – Printed for and sold by J. Wakefield at the White Hart Inn, Glastonbury. NOTES: Black leather binding, impressed and gilded double-line border and scrolling foliage decoration on front and back cover, spine with raised bands and impressed and gilded lettering and decoration, impressed and gilded top edge and turn-in, marbled paste-down and endpapers, dedicated in three places on the interior including the title page, 7”h x 4.5”w.

42 - DOULTON LAMBETH CERAMIC FIREPLACE TONGS AND POKER Matched Pair of Rare Doulton Lambeth Fireplace Tongs & Poker. Doulton Lambeth stoneware handles connected to metal fittings, poker 27 1/2"' and tongs 26 3/4"l. Condition: Poker handle has small stoneware chip measuring 3/8" x 1/8", tongs have old metal repair, but tell me.... where have you seen another? This could be the only known example - our research has never uncovered another such example having ever existed!

43 - DOULTON LAMBETH BURLSEM ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPHS DOULTON LAMBETH BURLSEM ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPHS: English, five lithographs on paper images advertising Doulton Burslem, and Doulton Lambeth; later Royal Doulton, printed through: Checkmate Litho, London. 1.) 2 @ Gold and green advertisements for Doulton & Co. General & Art Potteries listing the outlets throughout the UK their wares were made and sold, 25" x 16". 2.) 2 @ 1901 Doulton, Burslem New Center Art Wear, 25" x 31". 3. ) Gold on laid purple paper advertising, Doulton, Lambeth, 25" x 16".

44 - GROUP OF GILDED PORCELAIN INC TOBY JUG GROUP OF GILDED PORCELAIN: 18th - 19th century, English or Continental. An unusual decorative toby jug pitcher depicting a seated man drinking. He is dressed in 18th c. garb and his long braid becomes the handle, 4.5”h x 6”l x 5.5”w. Matching coffee pot and cream pitcher with Rococo and chinoiserie style design elements, 6.5”h x, 3.5”h Pin tray or underplate with foliate edge, 4.5”h. each with single handle and Rococo style Lidded coffee pot, 6.5”h.

45 - 2 LAZARUS STRAUS & SONS CERAMIC CHARGERS 2 CARLSBAD AUSTRIA PORCELAIN CHARGERS WITH SHEEP 7 LANDSCAPE: c. 1900, L. S. & S Carlsbad Austria (Lazarus Straus & Sons) gilded porcelain chargers, each with matching gilded rims, both with center image (about 4"x5" transfer print and the remainder painted by hand. 1.) Grazing sheep, after R. K. Beck, hand-painted over transfer print, signed in the print, 1.75"h x 13"w. 2.) Depicting a moonlight night scene. In the distance a train can be seen crossing a bridge as it leaves a castle high on a mountain. In the foreground a river rushes by a set of cottages surrounded by landscape, signed Horhe, 1.75"h x 13"d.

46 - 2 LIMOGES PORCELAIN QUEBEC & GLEN ELLEN FALLS 2 LIMOGES PORCELAIN PAINTED COMPOTES SIGNED EFH: H. & Co., Limoges, c. 1880. Both hand-painted with gilded details by EFH in the aesthetic style showing Japanese influences in overall composition of pictorial elements, central images likely inspired by postcards or photographs. 1.) Titled "Bonne St. Anne's", depicting a steamship taking pilgrims to the healing shrine of Sainte Anne de Beaupre, in the village of Montmorency co., Quebec, Canada on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River and surrounded by flowering vines and butterflies, 3"h x 8.75"d. 2.) Depicting the waterfall at Glen Ellis Falls, New Hampshire and surrounded by blooming red flowers, 4.875"h x 8.75"d.

47 - GEORGES BRASSEUR MINIATURE PORTRAIT PAINTINGS GEORGES BRASSEUR MINIATURE PORTRAIT PAINTINGS: Georges Brasseur (1880 - 1950, Belgium), a pair of watercolor on ivory portraits, most likely marriage portraits of someone attached to his immediate family, each signed on the face and housed in gilded ebony frames with tortoise shell veneer, portraits: 3.375"h x 2.5"w, framed: 5.25"h x 4.5"w. BIOGRAPHY: Georges Brasseur (1880 – 1950, Belgium) was a highly-accomplished painter, craftsperson and designer who was equally at home painting young society girls as he was designing stained glass for Belgian churches. Motivated to learn his craft, Brasseur took evening courses in painting and decorating while working for 11 years as a craftsman at a decorator’s workshop where he designed stained glass and ornaments for churches. In 1905 left the workshop to work independently. Brasseur had enjoyed previous patronage from the Duke of Arenberg who acquired Brasseurs paintings and employed him to design tapestries and other decorative items and in 1910 awarded him the opportunity to decorate the main hall of the Palace of the Duke of Arenberg with battle scenes. At this time, he also completed commissions for churches as he continued to attend classes. In 1914, WWI began and Germany invaded Belgium, a neutral country; by January of 1918 Brasseur was captured, arrested and accused of espionage by the Germans. His sentence was 15 years’ hard labor and he was housed in the Prison de St. Gilles, Saint-Gilles, Belgium. He attained his liberty in 1918 at the end if the war and was heralded a hero. He spent the next 8 years successfully showing his work and painting portraits and landscapes throughout Belgium. In 1926 Brasseur was hired as the Director of the School of Painting and Sculpture at the Institute of Fine Arts of Medellín, Colombia. Once arriving, her found that the position, location and resources did not suit him and in 1927 he went to Bogota, from there, North America to Venezuela and finally to Caracas as a professor of drawing. By 1934 he was again in Belgium where he exhibited in Brussels with Galerie des Artistes Francais, led by Isy Brachot and Paul André. In 1946 he returned to Bogota, Colombia and had a massive exhibition at the National Library sponsored by the Ministry of National Education, through the Department of Cultural Extension and Fine Arts. Two years later he returned to Medellín and hung a series of landscapes, still-life paintings and portraits in the Museum of Zea. In 1950, he returned to Brussels in 1950 where he passed unexpectedly. Refs. Most of this biography has been paraphrased from: Van Broeck, Anne Marie. “Georges Brasseur: a Belgian Painter in Colombia.” Credential Historia, no. 95, Nov. 1997, https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=es&u=http://www.banrepcultural.org/node/32852&prev=search. Accessed 15 Dec 2016. Van Broeck cites an impressive bibliography used for her publication which includes: 1.) Dictionanire Biographique illustrate des artistes in Belgique depuis 1830. 2.) "The exhibition of the National Library: Georges Brasseur and his work". Cromos, Bogotá, 1946. 3.) BENEZIT, E. Dictionnaire critique et documents des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessineurs et Graveurs de tous les temps et de tous les pairs for a group of French writers and ethicists. Volume 2, Paris: Gründ, 1976. 4.) CARDENAS, JORGE and TULIA RAMIREZ DE CARDENAS. Evolution of Painting and Sculpture in Antioquia. Museum of Antioquia, Medellín, 1986. 5.) Directorate of Cultural Extension. The Art in Antioquia. Volume 3. Medellín, 1991, pp. 9-10. 6.) GOOVAERTS, A. "Georges Brasseur". Progreso, Medellín, 1926, N. 1. 7.) HARDY, ADOLPHE. "Georges Brasseur Sa vie et son oeuvre". Savoir et Beauté Revue Interprovincile d'Art et d'Enseignement, Brussels, 1938, 3, pp. 95-100. 8.) Page 1 "The Belgian painter Georges Brasseur and his Colombian work". In: Chromos, No. 722 (1930). 9.) LONDON VELEZ, SANTIAGO. History of painting and engraving in Antioquia. Medellín: Universidad de Antioquia, 1995, pp. 165, 170 and 203. 10.) MASSE, JUDITH. "Georges Brasseur". Brabant, tourisme (September 1991), pp. 7-16. 11.) MOLINA LONDOÑO, LF "Agustín Grovaerts, representative of modernist architecture in Colombia". Cultural and Bibliographic Bulletin, 34, 1993, pp. 3-33. 12.) Museum of Antioquia, works of his collection. Volume 1. Medellín, Colina, 1994. PROVENANCE: Descended by inheritance to the artist’s grandson.

48 - GEORGES BRASSEUR GRAPHITE PORTRAIT MRS JEANETTE GEORGES BRASSEUR GRAPHITE PORTRAIT 1901: Georges Brasseur (1880 – 1950, Belgium), graphite and chalk portrait of Mrs. Jeanette on Watman Board, named on verso, housed in the original gesso, gilded wood frame: 11"h x 9.125"w. BIOGRAPHY: Georges Brasseur (1880 – 1950, Belgium) was a highly-accomplished painter, craftsperson and designer who was equally at home painting young society girls as he was designing stained glass for Belgian churches. Motivated to learn his craft, Brasseur took evening courses in painting and decorating while working for 11 years as a craftsman at a decorator’s workshop where he designed stained glass and ornaments for churches. In 1905 left the workshop to work independently. Brasseur had enjoyed previous patronage from the Duke of Arenberg who acquired Brasseurs paintings and employed him to design tapestries and other decorative items and in 1910 awarded him the opportunity to decorate the main hall of the Palace of the Duke of Arenberg with battle scenes. At this time, he also completed commissions for churches as he continued to attend classes. In 1914, WWI began and Germany invaded Belgium, a neutral country; by January of 1918 Brasseur was captured, arrested and accused of espionage by the Germans. His sentence was 15 years’ hard labor and he was housed in the Prison de St. Gilles, Saint-Gilles, Belgium. He attained his liberty in 1918 at the end if the war and was heralded a hero. He spent the next 8 years successfully showing his work and painting portraits and landscapes throughout Belgium. In 1926 Brasseur was hired as the Director of the School of Painting and Sculpture at the Institute of Fine Arts of Medellín, Colombia. Once arriving, her found that the position, location and resources did not suit him and in 1927 he went to Bogota, from there, North America to Venezuela and finally to Caracas as a professor of drawing. By 1934 he was again in Belgium where he exhibited in Brussels with Galerie des Artistes Francais, led by Isy Brachot and Paul André. In 1946 he returned to Bogota, Colombia and had a massive exhibition at the National Library sponsored by the Ministry of National Education, through the Department of Cultural Extension and Fine Arts. Two years later he returned to Medellín and hung a series of landscapes, still-life paintings and portraits in the Museum of Zea. In 1950, he returned to Brussels in 1950 where he passed unexpectedly. Refs. Most of this biography has been paraphrased from: Van Broeck, Anne Marie. “Georges Brasseur: a Belgian Painter in Colombia.” Credential Historia, no. 95, Nov. 1997, https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=es&u=http://www.banrepcultural.org/node/32852&prev=search. Accessed 15 Dec 2016. Van Broeck cites an impressive bibliography used for her publication which includes: 1.) Dictionanire Biographique illustrate des artistes in Belgique depuis 1830. 2.) "The exhibition of the National Library: Georges Brasseur and his work". Cromos, Bogotá, 1946. 3.) BENEZIT, E. Dictionnaire critique et documents des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessineurs et Graveurs de tous les temps et de tous les pairs for a group of French writers and ethicists. Volume 2, Paris: Gründ, 1976. 4.) CARDENAS, JORGE and TULIA RAMIREZ DE CARDENAS. Evolution of Painting and Sculpture in Antioquia. Museum of Antioquia, Medellín, 1986. 5.) Directorate of Cultural Extension. The Art in Antioquia. Volume 3. Medellín, 1991, pp. 9-10. 6.) GOOVAERTS, A. "Georges Brasseur". Progreso, Medellín, 1926, N. 1. 7.) HARDY, ADOLPHE. "Georges Brasseur Sa vie et son oeuvre". Savoir et Beauté Revue Interprovincile d'Art et d'Enseignement, Brussels, 1938, 3, pp. 95-100. 8.) Page 1 "The Belgian painter Georges Brasseur and his Colombian work". In: Chromos, No. 722 (1930). 9.) LONDON VELEZ, SANTIAGO. History of painting and engraving in Antioquia. Medellín: Universidad de Antioquia, 1995, pp. 165, 170 and 203. 10.) MASSE, JUDITH. "Georges Brasseur". Brabant, tourisme (September 1991), pp. 7-16. 11.) MOLINA LONDOÑO, LF "Agustín Grovaerts, representative of modernist architecture in Colombia". Cultural and Bibliographic Bulletin, 34, 1993, pp. 3-33. 12.) Museum of Antioquia, works of his collection. Volume 1. Medellín, Colina, 1994. PROVENANCE: Descended by inheritance to the artist’s grandson.

49 - EUGENE BLOT FRENCH TERRACOTTA FIGURAL GROUP EUGENE BLOT FRENCH TERRACOTTA FIGURAL GROUP: Eugene Blot (French, 1830-1899), titled "Pecheur" and "Pecheuse de Crevettes", terracotta sculptures, each with incised signature and title on base. Companion sculptures of a fisherman and fisherwoman, each depicted standing on a rocky naturalistic base. Woman modeled with her hand on her hip and opposite hand around a fishing net. She wears a scarf around her head tied at the neck, jacket and skirt with bare feet. Her companion is a bearded man with his arms crossed in front of him and crossed legs. He wears a knotted scarf at neck, broad brimmed hat, and high wading boots. At his feet is a full basket of fish, each approximately 10.5"h.

50 - GILDED PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP: c. 1900, four piece group, in the style of German and Italian potters, in gilded white porcelain, maker's mark on base, 6.5"h X 11"l x 5"d.

51 - GEORG ROESSLER GERMAN OIL PAINTING FINE WINE GEORG ROESSLER GERMAN GENRE OIL PAINTING GENTLEMAN EXAMINING FINE WINE: (German, 1861 - 1925), Oil on wood panel depicting a man admiring the wine held in a German glass roemer, signed on the face of the panel, 8.5" x 6.25", unframed.

52 - GERMAN CERAMIC FIGURAL COURTING COUPLE GROUP GERMAN CERAMIC FIGURAL COURTING COUPLE GROUP: attributed to Volkstedter, circa 1900, depicting a courting couple under a tree playing music and singing, 5"h x 3.25"w x 3"d, a similar group also produced by Rudolstadt.

53 - FRENCH LIMOGES PORCELAIN PLATES PAINTED ACORNS FRENCH LIMOGES PORCELAIN PLATES PAINTED WITH ACORNS: A set of six porcelain plates by LaSeynil, Limoges PandP, each painted with a ring of acorns highlighted in gilding, 9.5"d. 2.) Serving plate by Thomas Bavaria for F. R. Cross, Chicago.

54 - GERMAN WILHELM SCHILLER & SONS MAJOLICA CHARGER GERMAN WILHELM SCHILLER & SONS MAJOLICA CHARGER: Germany, 19th century, WS&S Wilhelm Schiller & Son Austria, Cast with a relief design of scrolling grotesques and foliage, 18.25" high x 17" wide x 2" deep.

55 - LARGE VINTAGE SIGNED JEWELRY & 925 COLLECTION LOT Dealer's personal collection of vintage costume jewelry. While what is contained is more than listed, here is a sample of what is included: VINTAGE HONG KONG: Vintage necklaces one with pink plastic flowers one in gold-tone metal VINTAGE JAPAN: Nine-strand necklace in gold-tone with faux pearls, Clip on earrings – gold-tone chain and faux pearls, silvertone with pink faux pearls, BRACELETS: 1.) Kiam Family: Multi-strand bracelet. 2.) Swarvoski gold-stone bangle with crystals. 3.) Mexican Alpaca silver cuff bracelet with acrylic inlay. 3.) Miraim Haskell style couble chain link bracelet with milky blue glass and case gold-ton tassels. NECKLACES: 1.) Razza: Goat head pendant and necklace. 2.) Blue bohemian glass bead necklace. 3.) Knotted faux pearl necklace, 30”. 4.) Opera length necklace of high quality light60”l. green-gold faux pearls, 10mm, 60”l. 5.) Necklace with an Egyptian scarab and lapis lazuli beads and gold beads. PENDANTS: 1.) Lapis lazuli turtle-form pendant. 2.) Peacock pendant and necklace. 3.) Rosary with red beads. BROOCH / PIN: 1.) Pell: silver-tone palette shaped pin mounted with rhinestones. 2.) Les Bernard: Brooch with faux tortoise cabochon in gold-tone setting, 2.5” x 1.75”. 3.) Richelieu: Heart shaped pin with rhinestones and faux pearls. 4.) .900 Sterling Silver, Mexican butterfly inlaid with abalone. 5.) Giovani rose pin. 6.) Thailand mask pin. 7.) Seven panel folding fan from Spain. EARRINGS: 1.) Paolo – two pairs of gold-tone clip-on earrings. 2.) Several pairs of clip-on earrings with crystals, gold and silver-tone. STICK PINS IN CASE: 1.) Fish form with enamel on sterling silver, Bermuda. 2.) Gold plated with red stone and seed pearl. 3.) Gold plated with photograph inset VINTAGE RHINESTONES & GLASS BEADS: 1.) Three brooches / pins, 2.) Square, clip-on earrings with lavender glass, ring, 3.) Kramer of New York - Clip on blue rhinestone ‘flower’ earrings with blue and clear rhinestones. 4.) Republique Francaise cast medallion surrounded by rhinestones. 5.) Silver-tone ‘Bow’ brooch with clear rhinestones. 6.) Adjustable ring with faceted pink glass stone surrounded by clear stones. 5.) Adjustable ring with cast cameo. 7.) Miriam Haskell style necklace and bracelet suite with white glass beads and adorned clasps JKS Imports, Dutch – Scarf Clip STERLING: Everything pictured in the cedar chest, heart pendant and necklace, rings, a Mexican butterfly pin inlaid with abalone and signed by the artist, cups and a candle holder is sterling silver. MISC: Vintage Belgian purse exterior with adorned with glass beads and crewel-work design, boy scout star pin, merit pin from Palmer Method Honor Writing, 1968 Mattel Hot Wheels pin back, Lane, Miniature Advertising-ware Cedar Chest, Beatles 3-D Glasses, Two David Yurman jewelry bags from the 1990s, each degraded.

56 - WEDDING JEWELRY FROM INDIA NECKLACES RINGS WEDDING JEWELRY FROM INDIA NECKLACES RINGS: Gilded metal with faceted red and green faceted glass embellishments and some enamel accents,including 1.) Post back chandelier earrings, 2.375"l. 2.) Choker necklace with five dangling gold pendants. 3.) Anklet or bracelet with enamel hears and a central adornment with crystals and enamel. 4.) Bracelet with prong and channel set crystals. 5.) Two rings, each with prong set red, green and clear crystals. 6.) Necklace and earrings suite with gilded pendant drops mounted with crystals. Necklace with a pendant on a nine-strand black glass and gold bead necklace, adjustable 12.5" - 14"l. Earrings 1.5"l. 7.) Triangular pendant with prong set red, green and clear crystals and threaded freshwater pearls, 3.25"l x 2"l.

57 - VINTAGE BRACELET 14K GOLD, PEARLS AND GEMSTONES VINTAGE BRACELET 14K GOLD, PEARLS AND GEMSTONES: Triple strand pearl bracelet, thirty-three, 6mm pearls attached to a 14k yellow gold flori-form box clasp with prong set sapphires and rubies, stamped "14K" and with maker's mark, 7"l, 29.57g, 19.02dwt.

58 - VINTAGE NUDE NORMA JEAN PHOTOGRAPH VINTAGE NUDE NORMA JEAN PHOTOGRAPH: While unsubstantiated, the family lore of our consignor is that this is an image of Norma Jean, later to become Marilyn Monroe. It was obtained by the consignor's father in a poker game, 4.625" x 2.875".

59 - GORHAM SILVER & ENAMEL DAFFODIL BIBELOT CACHEPOT GORHAM SILVER & ENAMEL DAFFODIL BIBELOT CACHEPOT: 1980s. Gorham’s 'Fleurs des Siècles' line designed by Jane Hutcheson. Enameled daffodils bloom from a gold over sterling silver planter, base impressed, GORHAM STERLING, 5.5"h x 4"l, 169.g.

60 - 4 PC. STERLING LOT- GORHAM, REED & BARTON 4 PC. STERLING LOT- GORHAM, REED & BARTON: 1.) Empire weighted sterling candle sticks, 616, 4.5"h. 2.) Reed & Barton weighted tazza with floral decoration, 3.857"h. 3.) Gorham Weighted Hurricane Lamp with Blue-Green Glass Shade, 9.5"h.

61 - CUFF BRACELET SILVER, 14K GOLD, FOSSILIZED IVORY CUFF BRACELET STERLING SILVER 14K GOLD AND FOSSILIZED IVORY: Rectangular cabochon is afized to sterling mount with a 14k gold rivet, 5.75" inside length

62 - STERLING SILVER AQUAMARINE BRACELET AND RING STERLING SILVER AQUAMARINE BRACELET AND RING: Modernist, freeform design, each piece mounted with a rectangular, faceted gemstones. 1.) Adjustable cuff bracelet 1.5" x 5" inside circumference, unmarked, 39.92g, 25.66dwt. 2.) Matching ring, size 6, stamped, STERLING TJM, 11.56g, 7.43dwt.

63 - STERLING SILVER JEWELRY COLLECTION STERLING SILVER JEWELRY COLLECTION: 1.) Bangle bracelet with amethyst, stamped "925". 2.) Pendant with amber cabochon, 2.5"l x .75"w. 3.) Pendant with bone cabochon and faceted amethyst mounted in the bail, stamped "925", 2.5"l x 1.25"w. 4.) Bracelet with seven links, each with an amber cabochon set in sterling, with safety chain and lobster clasp, stamped, "925", 7.5"l. 5.) Circular pendant with a cabochon stone, stamped "DP 925 INDIA". 2.75"l x 2.25"w. 6.) Bracelet with shell, sand dollar and starfish shaped links, stamped "925", 7.5"l. 7.) Ring with pink abalone, size 6. 8.) Antique sterling ring set with translucent agate, stamped "STERLING" and with maker's marks, size 7.25. 8.) Sterling silver and 14k yellow gold 'teardrop' ring, size 8.

63a - STANHOPE PENDANTS SAN FRANCISCO & LORDS PRAYER STANHOPE PENDANTS SAN FRANCISCO & LORDS PRAYER: 1.) Sterling silver cable car with stanhope (peephole) viewer depicting the Golden Gate Bridge, made in France. 2.) Stanhope viewer cross with an image of the Lord's Prayer (missing some rhinestones)

64 - KEVIN MCPHERRIN ORIGINAL PAINTING TOUCANS KEVIN MCPHERRIN ORIGINAL PAINTING TOUCANS & TROPICS: 20th c., Kevin McPherrin. Acrylic on canvas painting depicting a tropical scene of toucans amongst tropical foliage. Signed "SUDAR SA. KEVIN MCPHERRIN" on the face of the canvas, canvas 32"x48", framed: 44"h x 56"w x 1.5"d. BIOGRAPHY: Kevin McPherrin’s art was infused by a two year Asian adventure in the early 1970’s. Sailing his own boat from port to port, he studied watercolor in Singapore, batik in Java and traditional painting in Bail. Between ports, the pristine beauty of primitive areas like Sumatra, Borneo and Riau Islands inspired the jungle themes that still dominate his work. In Australia, Kevin built up a body of work, including mosaics, watercolors, and serigraphs. For the next ten years, Kevin studied between Australia, England and Bali, running a series of businesses while pursuing his art. Returning to America in 1986, Kevin devoted himself to art full time, creating his own work and promoting the work of a number of talented international artists. He exhibited in both group and one man shows both in the United States and overseas. Kevin’s technique is controlled by watercolor. The composition is rendered and shaded in ink then; color is added in watered acrylics. rEFS. http://posterperfection.com/item.php?id=2761, http://www.kevinmcpherrin.com/. PROVENANCE: Rare-Era.com is honored to represent this piece on behalf of Personalized Estate Liquidation Benefiting Youth, Inc. (P.E.L.). P.E.L. is a volunteer organization boasting 50 plus dedicated volunteers and experts. The company hosts gallery sales within their 9,400-square foot showroom facility in Sarasota, Florida. Sale proceeds generated at P.E.L support causes dedicated to at risk youth throughout Sarasota County, Florida. To date, their volunteers have given over $300,000 in educational scholarships and have raised over $1.2 million.

65 - OWEN HUNT WATERCOLOR PAINTING OWEN HUNT WATERCOLOR PAINTING: Portrait of the artist's wife and family (note on verso reads Kyoko Seiko, Reika), signed in graphite on the face, framed: 22.25"h x 29.25"l BIOGRAPHY: Owen Hunt (b. 1941, America) studied painting and printmaking in Kyoto, Japan and works primarily in oil and watercolor depicting figures and landscapes of Japans and the U.S. Hunt has pieces in the permanent collections of: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; and The British Museum, London. Hunt graduated from the University of Arkansas additionally studying in Kyoto, Japan from 1975-1980 with a Japanese Art Studies Program. He completed his M.Ed. from University of Southern Queensland, 2001 Biographical information from the artist’s websites: http://huntgallery.homestead.com/the_studio.html and https://www.saatchiart.com/othunt.

66 - 1974 MURANO ART GLASS SNAIL SIGNED MAESTRO VINTAGE MURANO GLASS SNAIL SIGNED MAESTRO: Dated: 13-7-74, Murano, Italy. Larger than life snail with a translucent violet body supporting a swirled shell in green and blue, 7"h x 12"l x 4.5"w, etched into base: 13-7-74 (Murano) Maestro Bortocco (?),

67 - 3 BRIONI ART GLASS CHAMPAGNE FLUTES AND GOBLET 3 BRIONI FIGURATIVE ART GLASS CHAMPAGNE FLUTES: Each champagne flute blown in glass with with floral and figurative decorative elements, largest: 13.25"h

68 - SIGNED 1986 MONOPRINT EXPRESSIVE PORTRAIT SIGNED 1986 MONOPRINT EXPRESSIVE PORTRAIT: 1986, monoprint lithograph depicting a portrait, signedand dated on the face of the paper, float framed: 23.5"h x 17.75"w. Framed: 32.25"h x 25."w. PROVENANCE: Rare-Era.com is honored to represent this piece on behalf of Personalized Estate Liquidation Benefiting Youth, Inc. (P.E.L.). P.E.L. is a volunteer organization boasting 50 plus dedicated volunteers and experts. The company hosts gallery sales within their 9,400-square foot showroom facility in Sarasota, Florida. Sale proceeds generated at P.E.L support causes dedicated to at risk youth throughout Sarasota County, Florida. To date, their volunteers have given over $300,000 in educational scholarships and have raised over $1.2 million.

69 - 1945 SIGNED EXPRESSIONIST LANDSCAPE PAINTING 1945 SIGNED EXPRESSIONIST PAINTING: 1045, American, watercolor, graphite and ink on buff paper, depicting a townscape, signed and dated on the face, by the artist, 11.75"h x 8.75"l

70 - AFTER GIACOMETTI LITHOGRAPHS AFTER GIACOMETTI: Descriptions forthcoming "17"h x 18"w and 15.5"h x 22"w.

71 - GERRY SPARKS LARGE ANGELS ACRYLIC CANVAS PAINTING GERRY SPARKS LARGE ANGELS ACRYLIC CANVAS PAINTING: BIOGRAPHY: Gerry Sparks is a mural painter and completed several on-site commissions such as a balloon in a tree for Joe Kittinger and designer Hillary Cohen, of Trent Clark

72 - 1997 LTD. ED. LENCI ITALIAN FELT PINOCCHIO DOLL 1997 LTD. ED. LENCI ITALIAN FELT PINOCCHIO DOLL: Italian, 1977, limited edition, hand-painted Pinocchio felt doll with a removable 'lying nose', approximately 18", produced in a limited, numbered edition, this being number 25. Inclusive of all paperwork and hang-tags this piece has always been stored in its box and is in as new condition.

72a - LATTICINO GLASS AND CERAMIC MARBLE COLLECTION ANTIQUE GLASS & CERAMIC MARBLE COLLECTION: 26 glass and ceramic / clay/ china marbles, 2 peppermint twist, several German latticino, painted clay and china. Largest of group: 30mm and smallest: 10mm (largest latticino: 2 @ 20mm).

73 - 3 19TH C CARVED WOOD WEAVERS DISTAFFS 3 19TH C CARVED WOOD WEAVERS DISTAFFS: 19th c. 1.) Carved with a figure having chip carved details, 34.25"l. 2.) Green painted distaff carved with a heart and chip carved details, initialed OEM and dated 1880, 39"l. 3.) Lightwood distaff with chip carving details, 32"l, with repair at top. PROVENANCE: Rare-Era.com is honored to represent this piece on behalf of Personalized Estate Liquidation Benefiting Youth, Inc. (P.E.L.). P.E.L. is a volunteer organization boasting 50 plus dedicated volunteers and experts. The company hosts gallery sales within their 9,400-square foot showroom facility in Sarasota, Florida. Sale proceeds generated at P.E.L support causes dedicated to at risk youth throughout Sarasota County, Florida. To date, their volunteers have given over $300,000 in educational scholarships and have raised over $1.2 million.

74 - FRENCH INTAGLIO REVERSE PAINTED DEVOTIONAL GLASS FRENCH INTAGLIO REVERSE PAINTED DEVOTIONAL GLASS: 19th - 20th century, French and German, French reverse painted pilgrimage pendants, one the Virgin Mary, the other a Cathedral, a miniature German gilded metal figure of the Virgin Mary holding a cross, French reverse painted glass paperweight of the Virgin Mary holding the Christ Child and a rhinestone mounted cross.

75 - HANDMADE CELTIC LEATHER MARY JANE CLOG SHOES HANDMADE CELTIC LEATHER MARY JANE CLOG SHOES: Irish or Scottish, with a rubber sole, wood base and red leather body which has a Celtic knot-work design, copper toe and nails, approximately size 8 -8.5, 10.5"l x 4"w.

76 - GOLD SILVER US AND WORLD COINS GOLD SILVER US AND WORLD COINS: 1.) John F. Kennedy $10 'Republic of Liberia', gold coin, 2000. 1776-1976 Bicentennial Proof Coin Set. 3.) 1986 Liberty Half-Dollar Proof. 4.) 2 @ 1936 Buffalo Nickel. 5.) Buffalo Nickel, 1929, 1937. 6.) 2 @ Liberty Head 'V' Cent, 1911, 1910. 7.) Indian Head Penny, 1903, 1907. 8.) Wheat Pennies, 1928, 1940, 1957D, 1945, 1950D, 1949. 8.) Missouri Sales Tax Token. 9.) One Cent Liberty Head, 1849. 10.) Miss-strike penny. WORLD COINS EARLY 19TH - 20TH CENTURIES: 1) 1846 Republic of Haiti 2.) 2 Heller. 1912. 3.) Canadian One Cent, 1919. 4.) Napoleon III, 1854. 5.) Mexican Centamos

77 - 3 @ GRAND TOUR WATERCOLOR PAINTINGS VENICE & PARIS 3 @ GRAND TOUR WATERCOLOR PAINTINGS VENICE, PARIS: 20th century Grand Tour souvenirs depicting the canals and gondoliers found throughout Venice, Italy, c. 1960. each are signed illegibly, each measure: 10.25"h x 6.5"w. SIGNED WATERCOLOR NOTRE DAME, PARIS FRANCE: 1961 Grand Tour souvenir, watercolor and ink painting depicting the cathedral of Notre Dame from across the River Seine, signed and dated on the face and on verso, 8.625"h x 12"l. PROVENANCE: Selected from the hand-curated, personal collection of Erin-Marie Wallace, MA, AU, which has been sourced via a lifetime of international travel and scholarly study. In addition to being a practicing artist, Ms. Wallace is a USPAP-Compliant Appraiser, CEO of E. M. Wallace Auctions & Appraisals, Associate to Lofty.com, Instructor with the U.K. firm LearningWithExperts.com thru MyAntiqueSchool; and also Founder of Rare-Era.com and SellandBidWell.com.

78 - 2 CHINESE NECKLACES JADE PENDANTS & TIGER'S EYE 2 CHINESE NECKLACES JADE PENDANTS & TIGER'S EYE: China, 20th c. 1.) Knotted silk cord necklace with a translucent green jade bead center pendant carved on both sides with a mythical bird amongst flowers (1.625"l x 1.25"w x .375"d). This is surrounded by 9 quilted and melon ribbed carved tiger's eye beads woven into the necklace, 26"l. 2.) Gourd shaped white jade toggle pendant, 1.75"l.

79 - CHINESE WHITE METAL FOO DOG SEAL CHOP STAMPS CHINESE WHITE METAL FOO DOG SEAL STAMPS: China, white metal / paktong. Matched, opposing pair of male and female foo dogs on square bases with applied images of immortals riding kylin, each approximately 1.75"h

80 - ANTIQUE CHINESE CARVED IVORY CENSER ANTIQUE CHINESE CARVED IVORY CENSER: Chinese. The polychrome, footed censer decorated with pierced flowers supporting a body carved with archaic symbols and fret-work borders, the dragon-form handles and associated creatures all with decorative rings. Lid carved with the images of two dragons chasing the pearl of wisdom and supporting additional creatures with rings, base of censer and base of lid carved with characters, 9.75"h X 8"w x 7.5"d.

81 - JAPANESE GINBARI CLOISONNE VASE WITH FLOWERS JAPANESE GINBARI CLOISONNE VASE WITH FLOWERS: Cloisonne flowers reserved on a red ground, 5"h.

82 - SIGNED JAPANESE CARVED IVORY HORSE NETSUKE SIGNED JAPANESE CARVED IVORY HORSE NETSUKE: 3"l x 1"h. Provenance: Our consignor's father was a medic sent to Japan after the bombing of Nagasaki. One of the patients he treated rewarded the kindness by sending annual gifts, of which this was one.

83 - 2 @ CHINESE BUTTERFLY & INSECT ON SILK PAINTINGS 2 @ CHINESE BUTTERFLY & INSECT ON SILK PAINTINGS: A pair of Chinese silk paintings, each depicting several realistic butterflies and insects on a white background, the border lined with pale green silk and mat, framed: 14.75"h x 18.75"w. PROVENANCE: directly from the lifetime collection and estate inventory of second generation, distinguished world-wide collectors and esteemed New England Antique Dealers from Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

84 - 5 ASIAN LANDSCAPE & BIRD WOODBLOCK PRINTS 5 ASIAN LANDSCAPE & BIRD WOODBLOCK PRINTS: Chinese or Japanese Five framed Japanese woodblock prints, each in two parts on laid paper depicting foliage interspersed with birds, sight size: 9.25"h x 10.75"w, framed: 13.875"h x 14.75"w. PROVENANCE: Directly from a second generation collection and estate inventory of distinguished world-wide collectors, travelers and esteemed New England Antique Dealers from Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

85 - 2 SIGNED MIXED MEDIA CLASSICAL ALLEGORY PAINTINGS 2 SIGNED MIXED MEDIA CLASSICAL ALLEGORY PAINTINGS: 1.) Leda and the swan, housed in a gilded frame, 12.5" x 12.25", opening: 5" x 3.75". 2.) Possibly after a figure painted by Michelangelo on the ceiling, depicting a man in profile, 7.125" x 5.25", matted: 14.25" x 13". Both signed by the artist.

86 - AFTER GREUZE FRENCH MINIATURE LITHOGRAPH PORTRAIT MINIATURE LITHOGRAPH PORTRAIT ON TIN AFTER GREUZE: After Jean Baptiste Greuze (French, b. 1725 - d. 1805) painting titled, "La Cruche Cassee (The Broken Pitcher)", framed 5.75"h x 4.5"w.

87 - NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE LTD ED SIGNED GICLEE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SIGNED GICLEE: 20th/21st centuries, giclee on paper after the original watercolor, signed on the face by the artist, Framed 25.5" x 22.5".

88 - DAVID BAKER MIXED MEDIA FIGURATIVE PAINTING DAVID BAKER MIXED MEDIA FIGURATIVE PAINTING: David Baker (American, b. 1915 - d. 1919), with artist biography and original purchase receipt from the artist's studio, signed and dated by the artist, 1971, panel 7.5" x 5.25", framed 12.75" high x 8.75" wide x 1" deep.

89 - SIGNED SHOPPING WATERCOLOR INK ILLUSTRATION SIGNED SHOPPING INK ILLUSTRATION: American, early 20th century, watercolor and ink on paper, signed on the face, Panel 6" x 4", framed: 10.5" high x 8.25" wide x 1.5" deep.

90 - WATERFORD CRYSTAL LIQUOR DECANTER WATERFORD CRYSTAL LIQUOR DECANTER: 13"h, acid etched hallmark.

91 - AMBER HAND BLOWN CUT GLASS FOOTED PITCHER 12"H AMBER HAND BLOWN CUT GLASS FOOTED PITCHER 12"H: Czechoslovakian, possibly Moser, amber hand-blown glass pitcher with cut neck and applied handle, 12"h. and in the style of Moser. PROVENANCE: from distinguished gentleman's living estate, former renowned Antiques Dealer, and world-wide Collector of valued Fine-Art, extensive Antiques (w/ an expertise in Asian, European and Americana).

92 - ART DECO STYLE ART GLASS PORTRAIT CHARGER ART DECO STYLE ART GLASS PORTRAIT CHARGER: Deeply reversed sandblasted portrait, 10.5"d

93 - SEANA MERCEDES MULLEN BAHRAINI ARTIST AP ETCHING SEANA MERCEDES MULLEN BAHRAINI ARTIST AP ETCHING: Seana Mercedes Mallen (20th c, Bahraini), "Girls Before Swine" etching on paper, AP example, dated 1979, 24 3/4"h x 30 3/4"w.

94 - VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH OF POLICEMEN VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH OF POLICEMEN HORSING AROUND: Depicting Bill Myers and Harry Myers as one playfully points a finger gun at the others head, 5"x7"




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