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Auctioneer Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates 540-434-3939
Auction Date Jun 23 Auction
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Mt. Crawford, VA
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Lot: 1001 - ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately three-gallon capacity, bold ovoid form with grooved arched handles, heavy beaded neck ring, and a medium collar with plain rim. Brushed and slip-trailed

Lot: 1002 - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND OR STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND OR STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER, salt-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, ovoid form with incised shoulder and neck ring, strap handle, and beaded foot. Brushed cobalt dropped flower

Lot: 1003 - NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ATTRIBUTED EARTHENWARE / REDWARE HANDLESS CUP, manganese- and lead-glazed, delicately thrown modified London shape with everted rim, raised on a slight foot. Possibly John Brouse (a.c. 1805 to 1811),

Lot: 1004 - STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED

STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER, salt-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, ovoid body with two incised shoulder rings, tall neck with beaded base and two incised rings, small strap handle, and slight foot.

Lot: 1005 - STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED

STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE LARGE CAKE CROCK, salt-glazed, "4" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with squared rim and arched handles. Brushed cobalt dropped-flower and -feather decoration repeated twice on each

Lot: 1006 - NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE TOBACCO OR CANNING JAR, lead-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, bell form with deep galleried rim, fully glazed under base. Probably John G. Coffman (1803-1889), New Market,

Lot: 1007 - NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE PITCHER, lead glazed, approximately one-quart capacity, ovoid form with a beaded rim and foot, and strap handle with a heavy medial ridge and lower thumb impression, partially glazed

Lot: 1008 - STAMPED "MT. CRAWFORD / VA.", SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF

STAMPED "MT. CRAWFORD / VA.", SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JUG, salt-glazed, "1" gallon capacity mark, slight ovoid form with ringed mouth and strap handle. The shop of George W. Duey (1831-1903) and James Madison Shinnick (1813-1881).

Lot: 1009 - STAMPED "MT. CRAWFORD / VA", SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF

STAMPED "MT. CRAWFORD / VA", SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE CANNER, salt-glazed, approximately one-quart capacity, semi-ovoid form with flared cork mouth and incised ring below the plain rim. The shop of George W. Duey (1831-1903) and James

Lot: 1010 - NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE CROCK, lead-glazed with iron-oxide speckles, approximately half-gallon capacity, semi-ovoid form with squared rim and bevel-edge foot, fully glazed under base. Probably John G. Coffman

Lot: 1011 - EMANUEL SUTER, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY

EMANUEL SUTER, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE CANNING / PRESERVE JAR, salt-glazed, "1/2" gallon capacity mark, ovoid form with deeply grooved wax-seal rim. Together with an earthenware/redware wide-mouth crock with

Lot: 1012 - NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE CROCK, lead-glazed interior with unusual repeated dots, approximately one-gallon capacity, wide-mouth form with incised shoulder ring and grooved, squared rim, clamshell-pattern cut-off

Lot: 1013 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE /

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE DIMINUTIVE JAR, copper- and lead-glazed, approximately one-quart capacity, cylindrical form with an incised shoulder ring and delicate flat-top rim, light cut-off lines under base. Glaze with

Lot: 1014 - STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE FLOWER POTS, LOT OF TWO, one with white slip wash, each conical form with a double pie-crimp rim, one having attached saucer with pie-crimp rim, each with punched drain hole. Probably the

Lot: 1015 - STAMPED "J.MILLER", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA OR

STAMPED "J.MILLER", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA OR GEORGETOWN, DC DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER, salt-glazed, approximately one gallon capacity, finely potted ovoid form with incised ring on shoulder and below rim, strap handle with light medial groove,

Lot: 1016 - STAMPED "H.C. SMITH / ALEXA / D.C", ALEXANDRIA,

STAMPED "H.C. SMITH / ALEXA / D.C", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "1/2" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with two incised shoulder rings and rounded rim. Brushed cobalt horizontal floral decoration on front and four

Lot: 1017 - STAMPED "H.SMITH & CO", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

STAMPED "H.SMITH & CO", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "1 1/2" gallon capacity mark, ovoid form with a single incised shoulder ring, rounded rim, and undersized slightly arched tab-like handles, straight cut-off lines

Lot: 1018 - STAMPED "B.C MILBURN / ALEXA.", ALEXANDRIA,

STAMPED "B.C MILBURN / ALEXA.", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity mark, slight ovoid form with incised shoulder ring, arched handles, collared neck, and rounded rim, straight cut-off lines under base. Bold

Lot: 1019 - STAMPED "J.MILLER", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA OR

STAMPED "J.MILLER", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA OR GEORGETOWN, DC DECORATED STONEWARE JUG, salt-glazed, crude "2" gallon capacity mark, ovoid form with grooved mouth. Brushed cobalt floral decoration below capacity mark, additional cobalt encircling the

Lot: 1020 - STAMPED "B.C MILBURN / ALEXA", ALEXANDRIA,

STAMPED "B.C MILBURN / ALEXA", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with collared, squared rim and two arched handles. Benedict Calvert Milburn (1805-1867), Wilkes Street pottery, Alexandria, VA.

Lot: 1021 - STAMPED "B.C MILBURN / ALEXA", ALEXANDRIA,

STAMPED "B.C MILBURN / ALEXA", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA STONEWARE JUG, salt-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, cylindrical form with rounded shoulder, ringed mouth, and strap handle with medial groove. Benedict Calvert Milburn (1805-1867),

Lot: 1022 - DOUBLE STAMPED "E.J. MILLER / ALEXA." AND "S.C.

DOUBLE STAMPED "E.J. MILLER / ALEXA." AND "S.C. MILBURN.", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "1" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with beaded neck rim and squared rim ring, straight cut-off lines under base. Made for Elisha

Lot: 1023 - STAMPED "J.SWANN / ALEXA.", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

STAMPED "J.SWANN / ALEXA.", ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, slightly tapered cylindrical form with single incised shoulder ring and angled rim. John Blake Swann (1789-aft. 1831), "Stone-Ware

Lot: 1024 - STAMPED "P. HISER & SONS / WASHINGTON, D.C.",

STAMPED "P. HISER & SONS / WASHINGTON, D.C.", DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, cylindrical form with squared rim. Brushed cobalt three-petal leaf repeated three times below shoulder.

Lot: 1025 - JAMES RIVER, VIRGINIA ATTRIBUTED DECORATED

JAMES RIVER, VIRGINIA ATTRIBUTED DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, brushed "6" gallon capacity under each handle, ovoid form with collared, squared rim and applied arched handles. Brushed cobalt four-feather garland draped between handles on both

Lot: 1026 - STAMPED "T R WADDELL / VA", ALLEGHANY CO., VALLEY

STAMPED "T R WADDELL / VA", ALLEGHANY CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, ovoid form with plain rim and arched handles. Thomas Waddell's pottery on Christley's Run, near Boiling Spring.

Lot: 1027 - SCHERMERHORN POTTERY, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA DECORATED

SCHERMERHORN POTTERY, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE CHURN, salt-glazed, "4" gallon capacity, unusual tall cylindrical form with two pairs of incised shoulder rings and grooved, arched handles. Brushed cobalt "4" above a line and J on each

Lot: 1028 - STAMPED "KEESEE & PARR / RICHMOND", VIRGINIA

STAMPED "KEESEE & PARR / RICHMOND", VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity mark, shouldered cylindrical form with bead below the collared, square rim, applied arched handles. Brushed cobalt upright tulip and foliage

Lot: 1029 - STAMPED "E. W. MORT / ALUM WELLS VA", VALLEY OF

STAMPED "E. W. MORT / ALUM WELLS VA", VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "1" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with bead below the collared, square rim. Edward W. Mort (1853-1923), Alum Wells, Washington Co., VA.

Lot: 1030 - VIRGINIA MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

VIRGINIA MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-and-half-gallon capacity, cylindrical form with beaded shoulder and rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "I. H. PLECKER / STAUNTON, VA.", with

Lot: 1031 - MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER

MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER, salt-glazed, "I" mark for one-gallon capacity, ovoid body with beaded shoulder ring, two incised neck rings, double-beaded rim, strap handle with beaded sides, and heavy, double-beaded foot. Unusual brushed

Lot: 1032 - STAMPED "H. MYERS", BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED

STAMPED "H. MYERS", BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE DIMINUTIVE PITCHER, salt-glazed, approximately one-quart capacity, truncated baluster form with incised ring below the plain rim, strap handle, and pronounced ringed foot. Brushed cobalt

Lot: 1033 - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER, salt-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring and rim, and strap handle with medial ridge. Brushed cobalt tulip and leaf decoration below spout, dropped feather

Lot: 1034 - MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE JAR

MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "4" gallon capacity mark, ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring, collared, squared rim, and grooved, arched handles. Brushed cobalt dropped flower and feather decoration both sides, additional cobalt

Lot: 1035 - MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE JAR

MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity mark, ovoid form with arched, tab handles, incised shoulder ring, rounded rim, and double-beaded foot. Brushed cobalt feathered swag draped from handles on each side, additional

Lot: 1036 - MID-ATLANTIC EARTHENWARE / REDWARE HANDLESS CUPS /

MID-ATLANTIC EARTHENWARE / REDWARE HANDLESS CUPS / BEAKERS, SET OF FIVE, lead- and manganese-glazed, each conical form with plain rim. Probably Pennsylvania.

Lot: 1037 - MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE MILK PAN

MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE MILK PAN, salt-glazed, "1 1/2" gallon capacity mark, conical form with arched handles and collared, squared rim. Brushed cobalt horizontal flower design repeated three times on each side, additional cobalt at and

Lot: 1038 - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE JAR

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity mark, tall ovoid form with arched handles, incised shoulder ring, and squared rim. Brushed cobalt horizontal flower and foliage decoration repeated twice on each side,

Lot: 1039 - MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO

MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each approximately half-gallon capacity, cylindrical forms with squared rims. Brushed cobalt decoration, one having a scrolling, flowering vine and the other dropped feather decoration.

Lot: 1040 - MARYLAND MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE CROCK

MARYLAND MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, wide-mouth form with incised ring below the squared rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "Chas. H. Torsch & Co. / Baltimore, Md.".

Lot: 1041 - PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed with uneven slip wash, "1 1/2" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with two incised shoulder rings and collared, squared rim, brown-slip glazed interior. Brushed cobalt horizontal

Lot: 1042 - PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE DIMINUTIVE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring and everted flat-top rim, brown-slip glazed interior. Brushed cobalt three-petal flower with leaves

Lot: 1043 - PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR

PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, semi-ovoid form with collared, squared rim, and arched tab handles, brown-slip glazed interior. Brushed cobalt upright foliate decoration each side, additional

Lot: 1044 - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE MILK PAN

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE MILK PAN, salt-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, tapered form with squared rim and pour spout. Brushed cobalt three-petal leaf decoration repeated four times. Together with a similar undecorated

Lot: 1045 - SLIP-DECORATED EARTHENWARE / REDWARE DISH

SLIP-DECORATED EARTHENWARE / REDWARE DISH, lead-glazed, conical form with delineated foot rim, fully glazed on exterior. Brushed copper- and yellow-slip wavy lines to inner shoulder, additional copper-slip to rim and circle in center.

Lot: 1046 - AMERICAN MOLDED EARTHENWARE / REDWARE INKWELL

AMERICAN MOLDED EARTHENWARE / REDWARE INKWELL, lead- and mottled manganese-glazed, oval form with ribbed sides, chain design around rim and base, top with large center hole flanked by two quill holes on each end.

Lot: 1047 - AMERICAN / BRITISH REGIONAL DECORATED EARTHENWARE

AMERICAN / BRITISH REGIONAL DECORATED EARTHENWARE / REDWARE BOWL, lead-glazed, hump/slump molded semi-hemispherical form with a tooled inner rim and rounded bottom. Manganese-slipped squiggle decoration to interior.

Lot: 1048 - PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE CAKE CROCK WITH

PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE CAKE CROCK WITH COVER, salt-glazed, "1" gallon capacity mark, truncated cylindrical form with incised ring below the squared rim, and arched handles, well-fitting cover with button-like finial. Brushed cobalt

Lot: 1049 - AMERICAN EARTHENWARE / REDWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF

AMERICAN EARTHENWARE / REDWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, lead-glazed, comprising a conical dish with sponged manganese decoration to exterior, and a diminutive ovoid jug with incised shoulder rings, grooved strap handle, and beaded foot. Pennsylvania and

Lot: 1050 - STAMPED "JOHN W. BELL / WAYNESBORO, PA",

STAMPED "JOHN W. BELL / WAYNESBORO, PA", PENNSYLVANIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE URN, unglazed, large ovoid form with flared neck and plain rim, stamped under base. John W. Bell (1828-1895) at the pottery of John B. Bell (1800-1880), Waynesboro, PA.

Lot: 1051 - BELL FAMILY, WAYNESBORO, PENNSYLVANIA EARTHENWARE

BELL FAMILY, WAYNESBORO, PENNSYLVANIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a lead-glazed diminutive crock stamped "JOHN W. BELL / Waynesboro, Pa." and an unglazed chimney thimble stamped "JOHN BELL / WAYNESBORO". John B. Bell

Lot: 1052 - PENNSYLVANIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE JAR

PENNSYLVANIA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE JAR, lead-glazed with iron-oxide spotting, approximately half-gallon capacity, ovoid form with two incised shoulder rings, short neck with incised ring and plain rim, two applied arched handles, and a pronounced

Lot: 1053 - ASSORTED MID-ATLANTIC POTTERY ARTICLES, LOT OF

ASSORTED MID-ATLANTIC POTTERY ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, comprising a Shenandoah Valley of Virginia lead-glazed earthenware/redware diminutive crock, a Virginia salt-glazed stoneware ovoid jar with heavy double-beaded foot, and a lead-glazed

Lot: 1054 - MID-ATLANTIC EARTHENWARE / REDWARE PORRINGER

MID-ATLANTIC EARTHENWARE / REDWARE PORRINGER, lead- and manganese-glazed, large cup form with everted rim, pour spout, and strap handle with slight medial ridge and thumb-print lower terminal. Possibly Hagerstown, MD.

Lot: 1055 - WEST VIRGINIA STENCILED STONEWARE LARGE JAR

WEST VIRGINIA STENCILED STONEWARE LARGE JAR, salt-glazed, "10" gallon capacity, cylindrical form with heavy beaded neck ring, arched handles, and collared, flat-top, rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "A. CONRAD. / SHINNSTON,

Lot: 1056 - WEST VIRGINIA MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE JUG

WEST VIRGINIA MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE JUG, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity, semi-ovoid form with ringed mouth and strap handle. Stenciled cobalt "C. WELTY & BRO. / WINES & LIQUORS. / No. 118 MAIN ST. / WHEELING, W. VA", additional

Lot: 1057 - JANE LEW, WEST VIRGINIA ATTRIBUTED DECORATED

JANE LEW, WEST VIRGINIA ATTRIBUTED DECORATED STONEWARE CHURN, salt-glazed, "6" gallon capacity, cylindrical form with three incised shoulder rings, arched handles, and wide collar below the galleried rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Brushed cobalt

Lot: 1058 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, semi-ovoid body with tall neck having lower beaded ring, incised ring below rim, and strap handle. Stenciled cobalt "HAMILTON / AND / JONES. /

Lot: 1059 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "8" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with arched handles, heavy beaded neck ring, and rounded flat-top rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "R. T. WILLIAMS" above an

Lot: 1060 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "6" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with arched handles, heavy beaded shoulder ring, and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "T. F. REPPERT. / SUCCESSOR

Lot: 1061 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "5" gallon capacity, cylindrical form with arched handles, heavy beaded neck ring, and rounded flat-top rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "WILLIAMS & REPPERT /

Lot: 1062 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring, arched handles, and rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "HAMILTON & JONES. / GREENSBORO, / PA.",

Lot: 1063 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring, arched handles, and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "JAS. HAMILTON & CO. /

Lot: 1064 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JUG

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JUG, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with ringed mouth and strap handle. Stenciled cobalt "WILLIAMS & REPPERT / GREENSBORO, PA.", additional stenciled central decorative device, and

Lot: 1065 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring, arched handles, and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "HAMILTON & JONES. / STAR

Lot: 1066 - PRUNTYTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR

PRUNTYTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, brushed "4" over incised "6" gallon capacity, tall semi-ovoid form with broad collar below the flat-top rim, large arched handles with unusually long terminals, Albany-slip glazed

Lot: 1067 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE CROCK

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity, cylindrical form with arched handles, and collared, rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "WILLIAMS & REPPERT / GREENSBORO, PA.", additional

Lot: 1068 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with beaded neck ring, and rounded flat-top rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "WILLIAMS & REPPERT / GREENSBORO, PA.", additional

Lot: 1069 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "4" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with arched handles, beaded neck ring, and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "T. F. REPPERT / GREENSBORO, / PA.",

Lot: 1070 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring, arched handles, and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "HAMILTON & JONES" above a

Lot: 1071 - PENNSYLVANIA MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE JUG

PENNSYLVANIA MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE JUG, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with ringed mouth and strap handle. Stenciled cobalt "??? / FAMILY / GROCERIES / ??? / LIBERTY ST", probably Pittsburgh, brushed cobalt vine above

Lot: 1072 - OHIO MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

OHIO MERCHANT'S STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring, arched handles, and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "John Bergundthal / Powhatan / Ohio",

Lot: 1073 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity, wide-mouth form with rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Brushed cobalt scrolling vine above lines and dashes framing the capacity designation. Probably Hamilton

Lot: 1074 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "HAMILTON & JONES. / GREENSBORO, /

Lot: 1075 - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA STENCILED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity, slightly ovoid form with beaded shoulder ring and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Stenciled cobalt "JAS. HAMILTON / & CO. / GREENSBORO, / PA.",

Lot: 1076 - OHIO DECORATED STONEWARE JUG

OHIO DECORATED STONEWARE JUG, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, beehive form with collared mouth and strap handle, Albany-slip glazed interior. Brushed cobalt naïve snowball bush decoration outlined with heavy dots.

Lot: 1077 - STAMPED "HAXSTUN & CO. / FT. EDWARD, N. Y.", NEW

STAMPED "HAXSTUN & CO. / FT. EDWARD, N. Y.", NEW YORK DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, "4" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with arched handles and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Slip-trailed and brushed cobalt

Lot: 1078 - NEW YORK DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK

NEW YORK DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with arched handles and flat-top rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Slip-trailed and brushed cobalt bird on branch decoration. Probably Brady &

Lot: 1079 - STAMPED "NEW YORK / STONE WARE CO. / FORT EDWARD,

STAMPED "NEW YORK / STONE WARE CO. / FORT EDWARD, N.Y." DECORATED STONEWARE VESSELS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, comprising a "3" gallon capacity cylindrical crock with arched handles, and a "5" gallon capacity beehive-form jar with arched handles and

Lot: 1080 - ASSORTED AMERICAN / CANADIAN DECORATED STONEWARE

ASSORTED AMERICAN / CANADIAN DECORATED STONEWARE CROCKS, LOT OF THREE, salt-glazed, one-gallon and "2" gallon capacities, each cylindrical form with arched handles, marked for N. A. White & Son, Utica, NY, S. L. Pewtress & Co., New Haven, CT,

Lot: 1081 - AMERICAN STONEWARE OVOID VESSELS, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN STONEWARE OVOID VESSELS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, comprising a "4" gallon capacity jug with collared mouth and strap handle, and a jar with "4" incised over "3" gallon capacity mark, arched handles, Albany-slip glazed interior, and brushed

Lot: 1082 - AMERICAN DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each approximately one-gallon capacity, one semi-ovoid form with beaded neck ring and flat-top rim, other wide-mouth form with plain rim and two arched handles, each with Albany-slip glazed

Lot: 1083 - SIGNED LANIER MEADERS (1917-1998) GEORGIA

SIGNED LANIER MEADERS (1917-1998) GEORGIA STONEWARE FACE JUG, mottled green alkaline glaze, inset ceramic eyes, applied ears, nose, eyebrows, and white clay teeth. Incised "Lanier / Meaders" on base. Lanier Meaders (1917-1998), White Co., GA.

Lot: 1084 - SIGNED BURLON CRAIG (1914-2002), NORTH CAROLINA

SIGNED BURLON CRAIG (1914-2002), NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE FACE JUG, mottled green alkaline glaze, double handles, inset ceramic eyes, applied ears, nose, eyebrows, and white ceramic teeth, incised sine wave on shoulder. Stamped "B. B. CRAIG / VALE,

Lot: 1085 - CATAWBA VALLEY, NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE JAR

CATAWBA VALLEY, NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE JAR, alkaline-glazed with blue rutile glaze runs and speckling, incised "3" gallon capacity, ovoid form with thin, flat-top rim and lug handles. Possibly by Sylvanus Leander Hartsoe (1850-1926), Lincoln

Lot: 1086 - NORTH CAROLINA EARTHENWARE APOTHECARY / SNUFF JAR

NORTH CAROLINA EARTHENWARE APOTHECARY / SNUFF JAR, copper-, manganese-, and lead-glazed, diminutive churn-form with applied handles and flaring, galleried mouth. Probably Owen family, Seagrove, NC.

Lot: 1087 - SOUTHERN STONEWARE CHURN

SOUTHERN STONEWARE CHURN, alkaline-glazed, "5" gallon capacity mark, tall, slightly ovoid form with thin, arched handles and deep galleried rim with inner seat. Georgia or North Carolina.

Lot: 1088 - ENGLISH SGRAFFITO SLIPWARE HARVEST JUG

ENGLISH SGRAFFITO SLIPWARE HARVEST JUG, lead-glazed, approximately two-gallon capacity, ovoid form with short, ringed neck and strap handle. Floral decoration on both sides and around neck.

Lot: 1089 - ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY EARTHENWARE /

ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY EARTHENWARE / REDWARE BIRD WHISTLE, lead- and manganese-glazed over a slip wash, modeled as a pigeon on a branch, above a flaring cylindrical base, with smaller birds modeled to either side and to the lower branches of

Lot: 1090 - AMERICAN DECORATED STONEWARE VESSELS, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN DECORATED STONEWARE VESSELS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, comprising an approximately one-gallon jug stamped "WHITE'S UTICA" above slip-trailed cobalt decoration, and an approximately two-gallon ovoid jar with two arched handles and Albany-slip

Lot: 1091 - RARE AND HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT AMERICAN

RARE AND HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY FLAG BANNER, cotton, powerful flag form, canton with stenciled eagle retaining penciled outlining, "NO UNION WITH SLAVERY" motto, and 23 stars (excluding Secessionist states at the time), fly with

Lot: 1092 - CIVIL WAR ERA 36-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

CIVIL WAR ERA 36-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, machine- and hand-sewn, hoist inscribed "Whitman Home Guards / 1st Reg", bold, oversized, double-appliqued cotton stars on a navy blue wool two-piece canton, 13 red and white wool stripes, applied fringe

Lot: 1093 - 1860 BELL-EVERETT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG

1860 BELL-EVERETT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG BANNER, printed glazed cotton, rare size and format with canton upper left and names at right. Housed in a modern frame.

Lot: 1094 - 18-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

18-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, wool, navy blue canton with double-appliqued cotton stars in unusual 4-3-4-3-4 pattern, sewn canvas hoist retaining likely original rope, inscribed "DOROTHY HALL / W. J. ROBERTSON" and bearing stenciled 10" x 6" mark.

Lot: 1095 - 13-STAR AMERICAN FLAG BANNER

13-STAR AMERICAN FLAG BANNER, silk, fine vertical format featuring rich blue canton with applied stars in an unusual 5-3-5 pattern, braided gold tassels. Archivally mounted in a custom frame. Probably Centennial.

Lot: 1096 - 1844 HENRY CLAY PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG BANNER

1844 HENRY CLAY PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG BANNER, printed cotton, a rare and exceedingly large example, retaining two original ties. Archivally mounted in a custom frame. Reserve.

Lot: 1097 - HAND-SEWN CIVIL WAR PERIOD 35-STAR WEST VIRGINIA

HAND-SEWN CIVIL WAR PERIOD 35-STAR WEST VIRGINIA STATEHOOD AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, navy blue wool canton with single-appliqued cotton stars, 13 red and white wool stripes, sewn linen hoist fitted with two brass grommets, retains old label inscribed

Lot: 1098 - 1844 HENRY CLAY PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG

1844 HENRY CLAY PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG BANDANNA, printed silk, featuring 13-star canton and legend "THE SAME OLD COON / HENRY CLAY AND FRELINGHUYSEN" centering an image of a comical raccoon and verse below. Housed in a custom frame.

Lot: 1099 - 13-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

13-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, deep blue wool canton with double-appliqued linen stars in a 3-2-3-2-3 pattern, heavy linen hoist with two brass grommets and stenciled mark "ANNIN & CO. NY 8". Archivally mounted in a custom frame. Probably

Lot: 1100 - 39-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG

39-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, printed cotton, 4-3 pattern, hemmed upper and lower edges. Unframed.

Lot: 1101 - 48-STAR WHIPPLE PATENT PARADE PENNANT

48-STAR WHIPPLE PATENT PARADE PENNANT, small patent ink stamp to stripes, hemmed edges. Archivally mounted in a custom frame.

Lot: 1102 - HAND-SEWN 17-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

HAND-SEWN 17-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, linen, light blue canton exhibiting unique double-appliqued medallion pattern with large central star within wreath and corner stars, one star possibly added shortly after creation, unusual eight-stripe fly

Lot: 1103 - HAND-SEWN 19-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

HAND-SEWN 19-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, slate blue wool canton with double-appliqued linen stars arranged in an unusual 5-4-1-5-4 pattern, machine-sewn linen hoist. Archivally mounted in a custom frame. Possibly made to commemorate Indiana

Lot: 1104 - 46-STAR OKLAHOMA STATEHOOD AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

46-STAR OKLAHOMA STATEHOOD AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, cotton, large form featuring double-appliqued linen stars on an unusual dark gray-blue wool canton. Archivally mounted in a custom two-sided frame.

Lot: 1105 - 1896 MCKINLEY AND HOBART PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN

1896 MCKINLEY AND HOBART PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG BANNER, machine-sewn cotton, vertical format of impressive size, 39-star double-wreath canton and bold stitched brown lettering in horizontal bands running perpendicular to stripes. Unframed.

Lot: 1106 - 35-STAR NEW YORK CIVIL WAR VETERAN'S PARADE FLAG

35-STAR NEW YORK CIVIL WAR VETERAN'S PARADE FLAG, printed muslin cotton, rare double-wreath pattern in canton, commemorating the efforts of the 71st New York Volunteer Infantry, denoting significant battles "BULL RUN / FREDERICKSBURG /

Lot: 1107 - 1884 JAMES BLAINE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG

1884 JAMES BLAINE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG BANDANNA, printed cotton, rare 39-star large vertical format. Housed in a modern frame.

Lot: 1108 - HAND-SEWN 31-STAR CALIFORNIA STATEHOOD AMERICAN

HAND-SEWN 31-STAR CALIFORNIA STATEHOOD AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, two-piece navy blue wool canton with double-appliqued linen stars arranged in "Great Star" or "Great Luminary" pattern, resting on "blood stripe", linen hoist with likely original rope.

Lot: 1109 - 1868 GRANT AND COLFAX PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG

1868 GRANT AND COLFAX PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG BANNER, printed glazed cotton, rare format and size featuring 36-star canton and lettering to right. Archivally mounted in a custom frame.

Lot: 1110 - CIVIL WAR PERIOD 35-STAR WEST VIRGINIA AMERICAN

CIVIL WAR PERIOD 35-STAR WEST VIRGINIA AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, wool, medium blue canton with double-appliqued linen stars arranged in five rows of seven each, gold metallic fringe, sewn linen hoist retaining likely original red, white, and blue silk

Lot: 1111 - 52-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

52-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, navy blue wool canton with appliqued cotton stars in unique pattern, red and white wool stripes, sewn cotton hoist with three brass grommets. Archivally mounted in a custom frame.

Lot: 1112 - HAND-SEWN 21-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

HAND-SEWN 21-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, linen, medium-blue canton with single-appliqued stars surrounding a large central star. Archivally mounted in a custom frame. Reserve. Possibly a Civil War period exclusionary flag.

Lot: 1113 - CIVIL WAR PERIOD HAND-SEWN 24-STAR AMERICAN

CIVIL WAR PERIOD HAND-SEWN 24-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, likely an exclusionary example, showing signs of extended use, possibly in battle, dark-blue wool canton with double-appliqued cotton stars, sewn-over cotton hoist retaining original loops,

Lot: 1114 - 1844 HENRY CLAY PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG BANNER

1844 HENRY CLAY PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN FLAG BANNER, printed cotton, canton featuring bust portrait of the candidate surrounded by 26-star wreath, blue and white stripes. Archivally mounted in a custom frame.

Lot: 1115 - 36-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG

36-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, printed glazed muslin, a vibrant Civil War era example. Unframed.

Lot: 1116 - 48-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

48-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, machine- and hand-sewn cotton, double-applique stars to canton resting on "blood" stripe, sewn-over hoist retaining heavy cord. Unframed.

Lot: 1117 - 22-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

22-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, dark-blue wool canton with double-appliqued cotton stars, fly with linen cotton white stripes and unusual wool-cotton blend red stripes, blue cotton binding, likely later canvas hoist. Unframed. Possibly made to

Lot: 1118 - UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS / UCV REUNION PARADE

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS / UCV REUNION PARADE FLAG, cotton, 3rd National pattern with double-appliqued stars and hemmed edges. Archivally mounted in a custom frame.

Lot: 1119 - UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS / UCV ARMY OF NORTHERN

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS / UCV ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA REUNION FLAG, machine-sewn, 13 double-appliqued linen stars on a dark blue wool cross with cotton outlining set against a red wool field, sewn linen hoist retaining heavy braided cotton rope

Lot: 1120 - UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS / UCV REUNION PARADE

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS / UCV REUNION PARADE FLAG, printed cotton, retaining likely original wooden dowel (now detached). Unframed.

Lot: 1121 - 13-STAR BICENTENNIAL AMERICAN FLAG

13-STAR BICENTENNIAL AMERICAN FLAG, machine- and hand-sewn cotton, "76" within star arch in canton. Unframed.

Lot: 1122 - 37-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG

37-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, printed silk, Unframed.

Lot: 1123 - WOODROW WILSON PRESIDENTIAL FLAG BANNER

WOODROW WILSON PRESIDENTIAL FLAG BANNER, printed cotton, featuring bust portrait within oval surround. Archivally mounted in a custom frame.

Lot: 1124 - 45-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG

45-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, printed linen, 8-7-8-7-8-7 star pattern, faint "C. L. H" pencil inscription, retaining likely original wooden dowel. Unframed.

Lot: 1125 - 42-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG

42-STAR AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG, printed silk, rare star count, in existence for only nine months due to Idaho's inclusion as the 43rd state in the summer of 1890, sewn linen hoist with brass ring hangers. Unframed.

Lot: 1126 - 45-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG

45-STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, printed linen, unusual 7-8-8-8-8-6 star pattern, currently mounted on a wooden dowel.

Lot: 1127 - WEST VIRGINIA STATE FLAG

WEST VIRGINIA STATE FLAG, wool, retains original manufacturer's label for "STERLING / ANCO DYED FAST COLOR / ALL WOOL DOUBLE WRAP". Unframed.

Lot: 1128 - FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PRESENTATION CHRISTMAS BOOK

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PRESENTATION CHRISTMAS BOOK GIFT, "Inaugural Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States", Washington: The White House, Christmas 1943, First edition, #21 of 100, 8vo, half vellum, marbled boards, leather

Lot: 1129 - FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PRESENTATION CHRISTMAS BOOK

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PRESENTATION CHRISTMAS BOOK GIFT, "Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States from July 19, 1940 to January 20, 1941", Washington: The White House, Christmas 1941, First edition, #20 of 75, 8vo, half

Lot: 1130 - HARRY HINES WOODRING (1887-1967) POLITICAL

HARRY HINES WOODRING (1887-1967) POLITICAL ARCHIVES AND RELATED MATERIAL, including the 1937 Presidential appointment of Woodring as Secretary of State signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt, a Harris & Ewing photo of Roosevelt at his desk signed "to

Lot: 1131 - COOLIDGE FAMILY, MASSACHUSETTS ARCHIVAL LOT

COOLIDGE FAMILY, MASSACHUSETTS ARCHIVAL LOT, mostly pertaining to Senator Marcas Allen Coolidge, including a 1916 telegram from President Woodrow Wilson inviting Mr. & Mrs. Coolidge to dinner at the White House, a photograph of Woodrow Wilson's

Lot: 1132 - AMERICAN ETCHED CRYSTAL PRESIDENTIAL CHAMPAGNE

AMERICAN ETCHED CRYSTAL PRESIDENTIAL CHAMPAGNE GLASSES, PAIR, colorless, each shallow bowl etched with the Great Seal of the United States within a decorative band, raised on a plain stem and foot. Said to have been used during the Franklin D.

Lot: 1133 - STUFFED DONKEY TOY, FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT GIFT

STUFFED DONKEY TOY, FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT GIFT, velveteen with flop ears, button eyes, and remnants of saddle.

Lot: 1134 - LARGE ALASKAN GOLD NUGGET

LARGE ALASKAN GOLD NUGGET, as-found in original quartz matrix. Total weight: 134.3 grams/86.2 dwt.

Lot: 1135 - ALASKAN GOLD NUGGET

ALASKAN GOLD NUGGET, free form, on a gold-filled necklace. Nugget weight: 18 grams/11.5 dwt.

Lot: 1136 - NORTHWEST COAST NATIVE AMERICAN HAIDA CARVED AND

NORTHWEST COAST NATIVE AMERICAN HAIDA CARVED AND POLYCHROME-PAINTED CEDAR TOTEM POLE, depicting three animal figures, slightly hollowed out back. Excellent old patina.

Lot: 1137 - NORTHWEST COAST NATIVE AMERICAN HAIDA CARVED

NORTHWEST COAST NATIVE AMERICAN HAIDA CARVED ARGILLITE TOTEM POLE, depicting three animal figures, slightly hollowed out back, raised on a rectangular base.

Lot: 1138 - TINO COSTA (RUSSIAN / AMERICAN, 1891/2-1947)

TINO COSTA (RUSSIAN / AMERICAN, 1891/2-1947) PORTRAIT OF HELEN COOLIDGE WOODRING (MRS. HARRY HINES WOODRING), oil on canvas, three-quarter depiction of Mrs. Woodring standing wearing a white dress and coral jewelry, holding a small album bearing her

Lot: 1139 - VAL-KILL INDUSTRIES WALNUT LOW STOOL, ELEANOR

VAL-KILL INDUSTRIES WALNUT LOW STOOL, ELEANOR ROOSEVELT GIFT, overhanging molded-edge top raised on well-turned splayed legs, stamped "VAL-KILL", "40F" and "ARN" to underside of skirt. Excellent original surface. Val-Kill Industries, Hyde Park, NY.

Lot: 1140 - LUCIUS C. "LUTE" PEASE (AMERICAN, 1869-1963) WORLD

LUCIUS C. "LUTE" PEASE (AMERICAN, 1869-1963) WORLD WAR TWO / WWII POLITICAL CARTOON, inscribed "Swinging the Puppet / Puppet Journalism" in lower margin, signed lower right. Housed in a double-sided frame, sketch visible verso with editor's ink

Lot: 1141 - ASSORTED KATZENBACH FAMILY MATERIAL, LOT OF 14

ASSORTED KATZENBACH FAMILY MATERIAL, LOT OF 14 PIECES, including a Vietnam war editorial cartoon by Isadore Parker (1919-2004) of the Washington Post inscribed to Undersecretary Katzenbach, a cartoon of Katzenbach by Paul Duncan, a Relide battery

Lot: 1142 - KENNEDY FAMILY POLITICAL VOLUMES, LOT OF NINE

KENNEDY FAMILY POLITICAL VOLUMES, LOT OF NINE, including Robert F. Kennedy, "Just Friends and Brave Enemies", 1962, stated first edition, inscribed "For Nick / With the esteem of his friend / Bob Kennedy"; Robert F. Kennedy, "The Pursuit of Justice",

Lot: 1143 - UNITED STATES PRESIDENTIAL MEMORABILIA, LOT OF

UNITED STATES PRESIDENTIAL MEMORABILIA, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a patinated plaster bust of John F. Kennedy after Robert Berks (1922-2011) with plaque for the 65th Anniversary Convention, I.L.G.W.U., Miami Beach, May 1965, a patinated plaster bust of

Lot: 1144 - UNITED STATES POLITICAL SCIENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF 16

UNITED STATES POLITICAL SCIENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF 16, including presentation copies to Nicholas Katzenbach from Tom Wicker and Michael Beschloss. All hard cover.

Lot: 1145 - UNITED STATE POLITICAL MEMORABILIA, LOT OF FIVE

UNITED STATE POLITICAL MEMORABILIA, LOT OF FIVE, comprising an enameled "ROOSEVELT" compact by Volupte, a Page badge for the 1952 Democratic Convention, Chicago, a Delegate badge with original box for the 1956 Democratic Convention, Chicago, and two

Lot: 1146 - UNITED STATES PRESIDENTIAL MEMORABILIA, LOT OF

UNITED STATES PRESIDENTIAL MEMORABILIA, LOT OF EIGHT, including four photos of President Lyndon B. Johnson meeting with Nicholas Katzenbach, two signed "To Nick / My Best / LBJ", a photo of Vice President Hubert Humphrey with Nicholas and Lydia

Lot: 1147 - NORTH CAROLINA COLONIAL CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF

NORTH CAROLINA COLONIAL CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF SIX, each with Dec. 1771 date, comprising two Two Pounds, a One Pound, a Thirty Shillings, a Ten Shillings, and a Five Shillings, each inscribed with serial number and appropriate signatures, various

Lot: 1148 - FRANKLIN INSTITUTE SILVER AWARD MEDAL FOR

FRANKLIN INSTITUTE SILVER AWARD MEDAL FOR PHOTOGRAPHY, obverse with embossed "FRANKLIN INSTITUTE OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA" encircling a bust of Benjamin Franklin signed for Christian Gobrecht (American, 1785-1844) with "1824" below, reverse

Lot: 1149 - GETTYSBURG 75TH ANNIVERSARY UCV / GAR REUNION

GETTYSBURG 75TH ANNIVERSARY UCV / GAR REUNION COMMISSIONER'S BADGE, gilt brass, sterling silver, and enamel, engraved on verso for the Honorable Harry H. Woodring. Together with the Presidential appointment signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt for Harry

Lot: 1150 - VIRGINIA WASHINGTON FAMILY GOLD MOURNING BROOCH

VIRGINIA WASHINGTON FAMILY GOLD MOURNING BROOCH, tested 14K and rose gold, oval form with frame lettered "NATHANIEL TOWNSHEND WASHINGTON", set with white and black enamel, surrounding woven hair under glass, solid back with pin.

Lot: 1151 - ABRAHAM LINCOLN WAX PROFILE BUST

ABRAHAM LINCOLN WAX PROFILE BUST, high relief, lightly colored. Housed under glass in velvet-lined shadowbox frame. Note taped to back indicates ownership by Judge Clarence W. Taylor, Wilmington, DE.

Lot: 1152 - NEW JERSEY NAPOLEON / MCKINLEY TOBY CERAMIC JUG /

NEW JERSEY NAPOLEON / MCKINLEY TOBY CERAMIC JUG / PITCHER, molded in the form of a squat Napoleon-looking figure with black tricorn hat, hand-painted facial details, and gilding. Having "Napoleon Jug / Pat Apl For / Alfred B. Evans / Phila PA"

Lot: 1153 - GEORGE PATTON (ABT. 1822-1857), WASHINGTON, DC,

GEORGE PATTON (ABT. 1822-1857), WASHINGTON, DC, BRASS COMPASS / SURVEYOR'S VERNIER, dial engraved "George Patten / Washn City.", level to one arm, two uprights and connectors, and fixed mount in the original dovetailed walnut fitted case. Original

Lot: 1154 - WILLIAM THEODORE GREGG (ABT. 1818-1887), NORWICH,

WILLIAM THEODORE GREGG (ABT. 1818-1887), NORWICH, NEW YORK, BRASS COMPASS / SURVEYOR'S VERNIER, dial engraved with fleur-de-lis and "Wm. T. Gregg / Norwich N.Y.", level to both arms, two uprights and connectors, and separate swivel mount, in the

Lot: 1155 - CASED SHIP'S COMPASS

CASED SHIP'S COMPASS, gimball mounted in a walnut slide-top nailed box, unmarked paper dial.

Lot: 1156 - NATHANIEL CURRIER (AMERICAN, 1813-1888) WILLIAM

NATHANIEL CURRIER (AMERICAN, 1813-1888) WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON MEMORIAL PRINT, hand-colored lithograph, depicting a gentleman beside a tomb inscribed "TO THE / Memory of / Wm. H. HARRISON / BORN FEBRUARY 9th 1773 / Inaugurated President of the United

Lot: 1157 - AMERICAN HISTORICAL "THE APOTHEOSIS OF FRANKLIN"

AMERICAN HISTORICAL "THE APOTHEOSIS OF FRANKLIN" PRINTED FABRIC PANEL, red and white, depicting Franklin and Liberty under the motto "Where Liberty Dwells, There is My Country", and George Washington driving a leopard-drawn chariot in which sits an

Lot: 1158 - GASPARD BAILLEUL (FRENCH, 1703-1781) MAP OF THE

GASPARD BAILLEUL (FRENCH, 1703-1781) MAP OF THE AMERICAS, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in upper left corner lettered in part "L'AMERIQUE / DIVISEE EN SES PRINCIPALES PARTIES / ou sont ditingues les unos des aurtres / LES ESTATS / selon quils

Lot: 1159 - WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU (DUTCH, 1571-1638) OR HEIRS

WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU (DUTCH, 1571-1638) OR HEIRS MAP OF VIRGINIA, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "NOVA VIRGINIAE TABULA", with inset scene upper left depicting Powhatan's lodge interior, lettered "STATUS REGIS POWHATAN / quando prefectus Smith

Lot: 1160 - HERMAN MOLL (ENGLISH, C. 1654 TO 1732) MAP OF

HERMAN MOLL (ENGLISH, C. 1654 TO 1732) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "VIRGINIA AND / MARYLAND / By H. Moll, Geographer" to box in upper left corner. Unframed.

Lot: 1160A - JODOCUS HONDIUS (DUTCH. 1563-1612) MAP OF VIRGINIA

JODOCUS HONDIUS (DUTCH. 1563-1612) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND THE SOUTHEAST, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche to upper left corner "VIRGINIAE / Item et / FLORIDAE / Americae Provinciarum, nova / DESCRIPTIO", flanked by depictions of Native

Lot: 1161 - WILLIAM HEATHER (ENGLISH, 1766-1812) MAP OF

WILLIAM HEATHER (ENGLISH, 1766-1812) MAP OF CHESAPEAKE BAY AND THE ATLANTIC SEABOARD, on laid paper, lacking title, most likely a companion or continuation of William Heather's "A New Chart of America with the Harbors of New York, Boston &c.",

Lot: 1162 - GUILLAUME DELISLE (FRENCH, 1675-1726) MAP OF

GUILLAUME DELISLE (FRENCH, 1675-1726) MAP OF CANADA, on laid paper with watermark, title in cartouche to upper left corner, lettered in part "CARTE / DU CANADA / OU DE LA / NOUVELLE FRANCE / et des Decouvertes qui y ont ete faites" and "Par Guillaume

Lot: 1163 - CORNELIUS WYTFLIET (FLEMISH, C. 1555 TO 1597) MAP

CORNELIUS WYTFLIET (FLEMISH, C. 1555 TO 1597) MAP OF THE ATLANTIC SEABOARD, on laid paper, titled in upper left corner "NORUMBEGA / ET/ VIRGINIA / 1597". Unframed.

Lot: 1164 - PIETER VAN DER AA (DUTCH, 1659-1733) MAP OF

PIETER VAN DER AA (DUTCH, 1659-1733) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, titled "d'Engelze Volkplanting / in / VIRGINIE / door / IOHAN SMITH / Bezogt en verder uytgeset" to cartouche in lower right quadrant, with a depiction of Captain John Smith being

Lot: 1165 - ROBERT DE VAUGONDY (FRENCH, 1686-1766) MAP OF

ROBERT DE VAUGONDY (FRENCH, 1686-1766) MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "NOUVELLE ANGLETERRE / N'LLE YORK, N'LLE JERSEY, / PENSILVANIE, MARILAND / et VIRGINIE / Par le Sr. Robert de Vaugondy Fils / de MR. ROBERT, Geog. ordin.

Lot: 1166 - JOHANNES JANSSONIUS (DUTCH, 1588-1664) MAP OF

JOHANNES JANSSONIUS (DUTCH, 1588-1664) MAP OF VIRGINIA, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche to upper left quadrant, lettered in part "VIRGINIAE / partis australis / et FLORIDAE partis / orientalis", with scale to bottom right. Unframed.

Lot: 1167 - JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN (GERMAN, 1664-1724) MAP OF

JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN (GERMAN, 1664-1724) MAP OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche to lower left corner "TOTIUS / AMERICAE / SEPTENTRIONALIS ET MERIDIONALIS / NOVISSIMA REPRESENTATIO / quam ex singulis recentium

Lot: 1168 - LOUIS BRION DE LA TOUR (FRENCH, 1756-1823)

LOUIS BRION DE LA TOUR (FRENCH, 1756-1823) AMERICAN REVOLUTION ERA MAP, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in upper right corner "SUITE / DU THEATRE DE LA GUERRE / dans L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE / y compris le GOLFE DU MEXIQUE / Par M. Brion de la

Lot: 1169 - GIOVANNI MARIE CASSINI (ITALIAN, 1745-1824) MAP OF

GIOVANNI MARIE CASSINI (ITALIAN, 1745-1824) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche to lower right corner "GLI / STATI UNITI / DELL' AMERICA / Delineati sulle ultime Osservazioni. / TERZO FOGLIO / che comprende /

Lot: 1170 - FRENCH / DUTCH MILITARY ENGINEERING AND

FRENCH / DUTCH MILITARY ENGINEERING AND FORTIFICATION DIAGRAM, hand-colored, on laid paper, title along top edge in French "CARTE QUI REPRESENTE TOUTES LES PIECES QUI SONT COMPRISES DANS L'ARCHITECTURE MILITAIRE, OU L'ART DES FORTIFICATIONS", and

Lot: 1171 - HENRICUS HONDIUS (DUTCH, 1563-1611) OR HEIRS MAP

HENRICUS HONDIUS (DUTCH, 1563-1611) OR HEIRS MAP OF AMERICA, hand-colored on laid paper, titled in cartouche to lower left corner "AMERICAE / DESCRIPTIO", lettered in lower right corner "AGoos sculpsit" for engraver Abraham Goos (Dutch 1590-1643),

Lot: 1172 - ANTONIO ZATTA (ITALIAN, 18TH CENTURY) MAP / ATLAS

ANTONIO ZATTA (ITALIAN, 18TH CENTURY) MAP / ATLAS OF NORTH AMERICA, SET OF 12, hand-colored, on laid paper, comprising title page lettered in part "LE / COLONIE UNITE / DELL' / AMERICA SETTENTR'LE." and "VENEZIA 1778 / PRESSO ANTONIO ZATTA", with

Lot: 1173 - AFTER JOHN THORNTON (ENGLISH, 1641-1708) MAP OF

AFTER JOHN THORNTON (ENGLISH, 1641-1708) MAP OF NORTH AMERICAN COAST, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche to upper left corner "A CHART / of the SEA COAST of / NEW FOUNDLAND / NEW SCOTLAND / NEW ENGLAND / NEW YORK / NEW JERSEY with /

Lot: 1174 - MARK TIDDEMAN (ENGLISH, 18TH CENTURY) MAP OF

MARK TIDDEMAN (ENGLISH, 18TH CENTURY) MAP OF EASTERN VIRGINIA, hand-colored, on laid paper, cartouche in lower left corner lettered "A Draught of / VIRGINIA / from the Capes of YORK in YORK RIVER and / to Kuiquotan or Hamton in JAMES RIVER / by Mark

Lot: 1175 - PIETER VAN DER AA (DUTCH, 1659-1733) MAP OF

PIETER VAN DER AA (DUTCH, 1659-1733) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, cartouche in upper left corner lettered "VIRGINIE / Grande Region de l' / AMERIQUE / SEPTENTRIONALE / avec tous ses Bourgs, Hameaux, Rivieres / et Bayes, suivant les recherches

Lot: 1176 - JOHN FILSON (AMERICAN, 1747-1788) KENTUCKY /

JOHN FILSON (AMERICAN, 1747-1788) KENTUCKY / WESTERN VIRGINIA HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY VOLUME, "Histoire de Kentucke, Nouvelle Colonie a l'ouest de la Virginie", 1785, French, title page including "Traduit de l'Anglois, de M. JOHN FILSON; / PAR M.

Lot: 1177 - PIERRE MORTIER (DUTCH, 1661-1711) MAP OF EASTERN

PIERRE MORTIER (DUTCH, 1661-1711) MAP OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled to upper margin "CARTE PARTICULIERE DE VIRGINIE, MARYLAND, PENNSILVANIE, La Nouvelle JARSEY Orient et Occidentale", with scale in lower left corner

Lot: 1178 - J.H. COLTON (AMERICAN, 1800-1893) MAP OF THE

J.H. COLTON (AMERICAN, 1800-1893) MAP OF THE UNITED STATES, hand-colored, titled ""MAP OF THE / UNITED STATES / OF / AMERICA, / The British Provinces, Mexico, the West Indies and Central America, with parts of New Granada and Venezuela", above "NEW

Lot: 1179 - LOUIS BRION DE LA TOUR (FRENCH, C. 1743 to 1803)

LOUIS BRION DE LA TOUR (FRENCH, C. 1743 to 1803) AMERICAN REVOLUTION ERA MAP, hand-colored, on laid paper, cartouche in lower right corner lettered "CARTE / DU / THEATRE DE LA GUERRE / ENTRE LES ANGLAIS / ET LES AMERICAINS / Dressee / d'apres les

Lot: 1180 - AFTER NICOLAS SANSON (FRENCH, 1600-1667) MAP OF

AFTER NICOLAS SANSON (FRENCH, 1600-1667) MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche to upper left corner lettered "NORTH AMERICA / Divided into it's Principall Parts / where are distinguished the severall STATES / which

Lot: 1181 - AFTER JOHN SPEED (ENGLISH, 1552-1629) MAP OF

AFTER JOHN SPEED (ENGLISH, 1552-1629) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND, on laid paper, title cartouche in upper right corner "A MAP OF / VIRGINIA / AND / MARYLAND / Sold by Thomas Basset in Fleet Street / and Richard Chiswell in St. Pauls / Church yard",

Lot: 1182 - JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN (GERMAN, 1664-1724) MAP OF

JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN (GERMAN, 1664-1724) MAP OF LONDON, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche to lower left quadrant, lettered in part "VRBIUM / LONDINI et WEST-MONA- / STERII nec non Suburbii SOUTHWARK" with date "A. 1736", and German

Lot: 1183 - AFTER JOHN SMITH (ENGLISH, 1580-1631) MAP OF

AFTER JOHN SMITH (ENGLISH, 1580-1631) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, titled "VIRGINIA" to top center, with inset scene upper left depicting Powhatan's lodge interior, depiction of a Native American to upper right edge, scale at bottom center-right

Lot: 1184 - FRENCH HISTORICAL TRAVEL VOLUME

FRENCH HISTORICAL TRAVEL VOLUME, Chretien-Louis-Joseph de Guignes (French, 1759-1845), "Voyages a Peking, Manille et L'ile de France, faits dans L'Intervalle de Annees 1784 a 1801", 1808, Imperiale, Paris, one volume, containing 98 total plates,

Lot: 1185 - MATTHIAS QUAD (DUTCH, 1557-1613) MAP OF NORTH

MATTHIAS QUAD (DUTCH, 1557-1613) MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, on laid paper, titled to lower margin "NOVI ORBIS PARS BOREALIS, AMERICA SCILICET, COM- / PLECTENS FLORIDAM, BACCALAON, CANADAM, TERRAM CORTE" with additional descriptive text in Latin; likely

Lot: 1186 - AFTER AUGUSTINE HERMAN (BOHEMIAN / CZECH, C. 1621

AFTER AUGUSTINE HERMAN (BOHEMIAN / CZECH, C. 1621 TO 1686) MAP OF VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, PENNSYLVANIA, AND NEW JERSEY, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche to upper left corner "A NEW MAP / of / VIRGINIA / MARY-LAND / And the Improved Parts

Lot: 1187 - AMERICAN HISTORICAL ATLAS VOLUME

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ATLAS VOLUME, the so-called "Carey's General Atlas", or "A General Atlas; Being a Collection of Maps of the World and Quarters, Their Principal Empires, Kingdoms, &c.", 1816, M. Carey and B. Warner, Philadelphia, 52 total

Lot: 1188 - ETIENNE CLAUDE VOYSARD (FRENCH, 1746-1812) MAP OF

ETIENNE CLAUDE VOYSARD (FRENCH, 1746-1812) MAP OF NORTH AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche to upper left corner "CARTE DETAILLEE DES / POSSESSIONS ANGLOISES / dans l'Amerique Septentrionale / Construite d'apres

Lot: 1189 - BISHOP JAMES MADISON (AMERICAN, 1749-1812) MAP OF

BISHOP JAMES MADISON (AMERICAN, 1749-1812) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, lettered to upper right corner "Copy Right Secured. / Richmond Published 4th March 1807. / By the Proprietors." and to lower right corner margin "Drawn by Wm. Davis"; from "A

Lot: 1190 - HERMAN MOLL (ENGLISH, C. 1654 TO 1732) MAP OF

HERMAN MOLL (ENGLISH, C. 1654 TO 1732) MAP OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in rectangular cartouche to top center "A New and Exact MAP of the DOMINIONS / of the KING of GREAT BRITAIN / on ye Continent of NORTH AMERICA /

Lot: 1191 - HENRICUS HONDIUS (DUTCH, 1597-1651) OR HEIRS MAP

HENRICUS HONDIUS (DUTCH, 1597-1651) OR HEIRS MAP OF VIRGINIA, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "NOVA VIRGINIAE TABULA", with inset scene upper left depicting Powhatan's lodge interior, lettered "Status Regis Powhatan / quando praefectus Smith

Lot: 1192 - ROBERT DE VAUGONDY (FRENCH, 1686-1766) MAP OF

ROBERT DE VAUGONDY (FRENCH, 1686-1766) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND, hand-colored, on laid paper, cartouche lower right lettered "CARTE / DE LA VIRGINIE ET / DE MARYLAND / Dressee sur la grande carte Angloise de M'rs Josue / Fry et Pierre Jefferson,

Lot: 1193 - AMOS LAY (AMERICAN, 1765-1851) FOLDING MAP OF NEW

AMOS LAY (AMERICAN, 1765-1851) FOLDING MAP OF NEW YORK STATE, hand-colored, titled "Map / OF THE / NORTHERN PART / of the / State / of / NEW YORK / Compiled from actual Survey / By Amos Lay 1812", divided into sections for folding, on period canvas

Lot: 1194 - JOHN SENEX (ENGLISH, 1678-1740), MAP OF NORTH

JOHN SENEX (ENGLISH, 1678-1740), MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in cartouche in upper left corner, lettered in part "NORTH / AMERICA / CORRECTED FROM THE OBSERVATIONS / COMMUNICATED TO THE ROYAL SOCIETY / AT LONDON, AND THE

Lot: 1195 - WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU (DUTCH, 1571-1638) OR HEIRS

WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU (DUTCH, 1571-1638) OR HEIRS MAP OF BERMUDA, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in central cartouche "Mappa AESTIVARVM Insularum / alias BERMVDAS dictarum, ad Ostia / Mexicani aestuary jacentium in latitudine Gra: / duum 32

Lot: 1196 - NICOLAS VISSCHER (DUTCH, 1618-1679) MAP OF NORTH

NICOLAS VISSCHER (DUTCH, 1618-1679) MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, title and description to top margin "NOVA TABULA GEOGRAPHICA COMPLECTENS BOREALIOREM AMERICAE PARTEM; IN QUA EXACTE DELINEATAE SUNT / CANADA SIVE NOVA FRANCIA,

Lot: 1197 - FIELDING LUCAS (AMERICAN, 1781-1854) NAUTICAL

FIELDING LUCAS (AMERICAN, 1781-1854) NAUTICAL CHART / MAP OF THE CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE BAYS, titled "A Chart / OF THE / CHESAPEAKE / AND / DELAWARE / Bays" in upper left corner, with "COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY FIELDING LUCAS, JUN'R", above applied

Lot: 1198 - JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN (GERMAN, 1664-1724) MAP OF

JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN (GERMAN, 1664-1724) MAP OF VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, AND CAROLINA, title in cartouche to bottom right corner "VIRGINIA / MARYLANDIA / et / CAROLINA / IN AMERICA SEPTENTRIONALI / Britannorum Industria Exclutae", hand-colored. Under

Lot: 1199 - SAMUEL AUGUSTUS MITCHELL (AMERICAN,1790-1868)

SAMUEL AUGUSTUS MITCHELL (AMERICAN,1790-1868) FOLDING MAPS OF THE UNITED STATES, SET OF TWO, one hand-colored, comprising "Mitchell's National Map of the American Republic", full title "MITCHELL'S National Map of the AMERICAN REPUBLIC or UNITED

Lot: 1200 - J.H. COLTON AMERICAN WESTERN STATES TRAVEL VOLUME

J.H. COLTON AMERICAN WESTERN STATES TRAVEL VOLUME, Richard S. Fisher, ed., "Colton's Traveler and Tourist's Guide-Book Through the Western States and Territories, Containing Brief Descriptions of Each, with the Routes and Distances on the Great Lines

Lot: 1201 - GIACOMO GASTALDI (ITALIAN, 16TH CENTURY) MAP OF

GIACOMO GASTALDI (ITALIAN, 16TH CENTURY) MAP OF THE WORLD, on laid paper, titled across the top margin "CARTA MARINA NOVA TABULA", Latin text to one half of reverse, with header "DELLA CARTA MARINA / universale", and possible page or plate number

Lot: 1202 - EDWARD WELLS (ENGLISH, 1667-1727) MAP OF NORTH

EDWARD WELLS (ENGLISH, 1667-1727) MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, cartouche in upper left corner lettered in part "A New Map of NORTH AMERICA / Shewing its Principal Divisions, Chief / Cities, Townes, Rivers, Mountains, &c. /

Lot: 1203 - JOSEPH T. SCOTT (AMERICAN, 18TH/19TH C.) MAP OF

JOSEPH T. SCOTT (AMERICAN, 18TH/19TH C.) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, titled "VIRGINIA" in upper left corner, above scale; printed for "The New and Universal Gazetteer".

Lot: 1204 - JOHN REID (AMERICAN, 18TH/19TH CENTURY) MAP OF

JOHN REID (AMERICAN, 18TH/19TH CENTURY) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, title in oval cartouche to upper left corner "the STATE of / VIRGINIA / from the best Authorities / 1796", above "Published by John Reid, N. York", scale, "B. Tanner, sculp't",

Lot: 1205 - CLEMENTE NOGUERA (SPANISH, 19TH CENTURY) MAP OF

CLEMENTE NOGUERA (SPANISH, 19TH CENTURY) MAP OF CHESAPEAKE BAY AND THE ATLANTIC SEABOARD, on laid paper, title to upper left corner, lettered in part "CARTA ESFERICA / DE LAS COSTA ORIENTALES / DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOES / EN LA AMERICA SETENTRIONAL" and

Lot: 1206 - FRANCOIS SANTINI (ITALIAN, ACTIVE 1776-1784) MAP

FRANCOIS SANTINI (ITALIAN, ACTIVE 1776-1784) MAP, hand-colored on laid paper, title in cartouche to top center, lettered "CARTE / DES / NOUVELLES DECOUVERTES / AU NORD DE LA MER DU SUD, / Tant a l'Est de la SIBERIE / et du KAMTCHATKA, / Qu' a l'Ouest

Lot: 1207 - JOHANNES CLOPPENBURG (DUTCH, 17TH CENTURY) MAP OF

JOHANNES CLOPPENBURG (DUTCH, 17TH CENTURY) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND THE SOUTHEAST, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "VIRGINIAE / Item et / FLORIDAE / Americae Provinciarum, no- / va / DESCRIPTIO" to cartouche in upper left corner. Unframed.

Lot: 1208 - ALAIN MANESSON MALLET (FRENCH, 1630-1706) MAP OF

ALAIN MANESSON MALLET (FRENCH, 1630-1706) MAP OF EASTERN VIRGINIA, on laid paper, title in cartouche to upper right corner "VIRGINIE", top margin lettered "DE L'AMERIQUE / FIGURE CXXV" and numbered 289.

Lot: 1209 - JACQUES NICOLAS BELLIN (FRENCH, 1703-1772) MAP OF

JACQUES NICOLAS BELLIN (FRENCH, 1703-1772) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND, hand-colored, on laid paper, title to cartouche in lower right corner "CARTE / DE LA / VIRGINIE / MARI-LAND", with scale, upper right corner margin lettered "TOME I. No. 35"; in

Lot: 1210 - HERMAN MOLL (ENGLISH, C. 1654 TO 1732) MAP OF

HERMAN MOLL (ENGLISH, C. 1654 TO 1732) MAP OF ENGLAND AND WALES, hand-colored, on laid paper, title to cartouche in upper right corner of map image, lettered in part "The SOUTH PART of / GREAT BRITAIN / called / ENGLAND and WALES.", with cartouche in

Lot: 1211 - JOSEPH DE LA PORTE (FRENCH, 1714-1779) MAP OF

JOSEPH DE LA PORTE (FRENCH, 1714-1779) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "CARTE / de la / VIRGINIE / et du / MARILAND" to cartouche in lower right corner, scale to lower left corner. Unframed.

Lot: 1212 - MATHEW CAREY (IRISH / AMERICAN, 1760-1839) MAP OF

MATHEW CAREY (IRISH / AMERICAN, 1760-1839) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, titled "VIRGINIA" to upper left corner, above scale, lettered "W. Baker, sculp." to lower right corner margin; after work of Joseph T. Scott, printed for "Carey's American

Lot: 1213 - JOHN LOW (ENGLISH / AMERICAN, 1763-1809) MAP OF

JOHN LOW (ENGLISH / AMERICAN, 1763-1809) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, title in oval cartouche to upper right corner "The STATE of / VIRGINIA / from the best Authorities. / 1799", above scale and simple key for "Court Houses", lettered to bottom

Lot: 1214 - SAMUEL LEWIS (C. 1782 TO 1865) MAP OF VIRGINIA

SAMUEL LEWIS (C. 1782 TO 1865) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, title in octagonal cartouche to upper left corner "VIRGINIA", above "S. Lewis, del." and scale, lettered "Tanner, Sc." to lower right corner margin; printed for Aaron Arrowsmith (English,

Lot: 1215 - AFTER JOHN W. HILL (AMERICAN, 1812-1879) BOSTON,

AFTER JOHN W. HILL (AMERICAN, 1812-1879) BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS PRINT, title "BOSTON" to bottom center margin, depicting Boston Harbor busy with sailing vessel and steamships, lettered under lower right corner of image "ENGRAVED BY G. MOTTRAM" and

Lot: 1216 - LAURIE & WHITTLE BRITISH 18TH CENTURY MAP OF NORTH

LAURIE & WHITTLE BRITISH 18TH CENTURY MAP OF NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, title in cartouche to upper right corner "A NEW AND CORRECT MAP / OF THE / BRITISH COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA / Comprehending / EASTERN CANADA with the PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, /

Lot: 1217 - ANTONIO ZATTA (ITALIAN, 18TH CENTURY) MAP OF

ANTONIO ZATTA (ITALIAN, 18TH CENTURY) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND, hand-colored, on laid paper, title and plate number to top margin "FOGL. VIII. IL MARYLAND, IL JERSEY MERIDIONALE, LA DELAWARE, E LA PARTE ORIENTALE DELLA VIRGINIA, E CAROLINA

Lot: 1218 - HECTOR GAVIN (SCOTTISH, 1738-1814) MAP OF VIRGINIA

HECTOR GAVIN (SCOTTISH, 1738-1814) MAP OF VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "A Map of / VIRGINIA / and / MARYLAND" to cartouche in lower right corner, and lettered "H. Gavin, Sc." underneath; in the style of the Fry-Jefferson

Lot: 1219 - JEAN BAPTISTE NOLIN (FRENCH C. 1657 TO 1725) MAP

JEAN BAPTISTE NOLIN (FRENCH C. 1657 TO 1725) MAP OF VIRGINIA / NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "LA / VIRGINIE, / PENNSILVANIE, / Nouvelle Angleterre, / et autres Payssesant partie / des Possessions Angloises, / en Amerique. /

Lot: 1220 - MATHEW CAREY (IRISH / AMERICAN, 1760-1839) MAP OF

MATHEW CAREY (IRISH / AMERICAN, 1760-1839) MAP OF VIRGINIA, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "A / Correct Map of / VIRGINIA" in upper right quadrant with scale; printed for Carey's "General Atlas". Unframed.

Lot: 1221 - DAVID H. BURR (AMERICAN, 1803-1875) MAP OF

DAVID H. BURR (AMERICAN, 1803-1875) MAP OF VIRGINIA, hand-colored, on laid paper, titled "VIRGINIA" above scale, and lettered to bottom margin "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1834 by Thomas Illman in the Clerks Office of the

Lot: 1222 - ABRAHAM ORTELIUS (DUTCH / FLEMISH, 1527-1598) OR

ABRAHAM ORTELIUS (DUTCH / FLEMISH, 1527-1598) OR HEIRS MAP OF THE HOLY LAND AND ENVIRONS, hand-colored on laid paper, title in cartouche to top center "GEOGRAPHICA SACRA", with inset map of the world within cartouche bottom center, and cartouche to

Lot: 1223 - THOMAS JEFFERYS (ENGLISH, C. 1710 TO 1771) MAP OF

THOMAS JEFFERYS (ENGLISH, C. 1710 TO 1771) MAP OF HONDURAS, hand-colored, on laid paper, lettered to upper margin "The BAY of HONDURAS. By Tho.s Jefferys Geographer to His Majesty", and to lower margin "London. Printed for Rob.t Sayer, Map and

Lot: 1224 - JOHANNES JANSSONIUS (DUTCH, 1588-1664) MAP OF THE

JOHANNES JANSSONIUS (DUTCH, 1588-1664) MAP OF THE HOLY LAND, title to top margin "Pars maxima TRIBUS IUDA Versus orientem", depicting the southern end of the Dead Sea, with inset map to upper right corner "ITINERA / ET MANSIONES DESERTI". Mounted

Lot: 1225 - AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MAP

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MAP, title in lower right "THE / HISTORICAL / WAR MAP" with American flag image, above "ASHER & CO. / Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1862 by ASHER & CO., / in the Clerk's Office of the District Court, for

Lot: 1226 - CARL FERDINAND WEILAND (GERMAN, 1782-1847) MAP OF

CARL FERDINAND WEILAND (GERMAN, 1782-1847) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, titled "Geographisch-statistiche und historische Charte van Virginia" to top margin, map inset, titled to upper right quadrant "VIRGINIA" above scale, with geographical

Lot: 1227 - CHARLES SMITH (ENGLISH, 1768-1854) MAP OF THE

CHARLES SMITH (ENGLISH, 1768-1854) MAP OF THE WORLD, hand-colored, depicting the Western and Eastern hemispheres, title centered above "The / WORLD / Engraved for Smith's Atlas", and centered below "Published / BY CHAS. SMITH / No. 172, Strand /

Lot: 1228 - FRENCH 18TH CENTURY MAP OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

FRENCH 18TH CENTURY MAP OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, on laid paper, title in top center "PLAN DE BOSTON", most likely Georges-Louis Le Rouge (French, c. 1712 to 1790), probably after John Bonner (English/American, c. 1643 to 1726), very similar to the

Lot: 1229 - OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS HISTORICAL AMERICAN

OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS HISTORICAL AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS MAP, title in circular cartouche to lower right corner "MAP / SHOWING / INDIAN RESERVATIONS / WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE / UNITED STATES / COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE / Hon. T. J.

Lot: 1230 - AFTER SEBASTIAN MUNSTER (GERMAN, 1488-1552) CITY

AFTER SEBASTIAN MUNSTER (GERMAN, 1488-1552) CITY VIEW OF WITTENBERG, GERMANY, hand-colored, on laid paper, the image titled "Wittenberg in Obern Sachsen" (sic), and having "WITTENBVRG" (with reverse N) in image, placed in the upper half of the page

Lot: 1231 - GIOVANNI MANGINI (ITALIAN, 1555-1617) OR HEIRS MAP

GIOVANNI MANGINI (ITALIAN, 1555-1617) OR HEIRS MAP OF INDIA, on laid paper, title in center top margin "TABULA ASIAE XI", after the work of Claudius Ptolemy, most likely from a Giovanni Mangini (Italian, 1555-1617) Latin edition of Ptolemy's

Lot: 1232 - CONRAD MALTE-BRUN (DANISH / FRENCH, 1775-1826) MAP

CONRAD MALTE-BRUN (DANISH / FRENCH, 1775-1826) MAP OF VIRGINIA / NORTH AMERICA, hand-colored, on laid paper, title in octagonal cartouche to upper left corner "THE MIDDLE STATES / MARYLAND & VIRGINIA", lettered to bottom margin "J.H. Young, Sc."

Lot: 1233 - SAMUEL AUGUSTUS MITCHELL JR. (AMERICAN, 1826-1882)

SAMUEL AUGUSTUS MITCHELL JR. (AMERICAN, 1826-1882) MAPS OF THE UNITED STATES, hand-colored, including "PLAN OF / CINCINNATI / AND VICINITY", "PLAN OF BALTIMORE", "PLAN OF PHILADELPHIA", "PLAN OF NEW YORK &c.", and "PLAN OF BOSTON", most likely

Lot: 1233A - SAMUEL AUGUSTUS MITCHELL (AMERICAN,1790-1868) WALL

SAMUEL AUGUSTUS MITCHELL (AMERICAN,1790-1868) WALL MAP OF THE UNITED STATES, title in lower right quadrant "MITCHELL'S / REFERENCE & DISTANCE MAP / OF THE / UNITED STATES / BY. J. H YOUNG. / PUBLISHED BY S. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL." and lettered below

Lot: 1234 - FRENCH 18TH CENTURY MAP OF RIO DE JANEIRO

FRENCH 18TH CENTURY MAP OF RIO DE JANEIRO, on laid paper, title in cartouche to upper right corner "Esquisse / DE LA VILLE / ET DU PORT / DE / RIO DE JANEIRO" and lettered within cartouche border "Grave par Tardieu l'aine, Rue de Sorbonne, No.10",

Lot: 1235 - THEODOR DE BRY (DUTCH, 1528-1598) MAP OF VIRGINIA

THEODOR DE BRY (DUTCH, 1528-1598) MAP OF VIRGINIA, on laid paper, title to top margin "Anglorum in Virginiam aduentus", image to top half of article, bottom half with Latin text. Under glass in modern gilt frame.

Lot: 1236 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE/WALKING

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE/WALKING STICK, diamond willow, fine, robust form, featuring two snakes running the length of the shaft with spotted running dog at center. Retains metal ferrule and original paint-decorated and varnished

Lot: 1237 - SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK

SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK, serpent-entwined knotty shaft with carved-bone fist handle, snake with inset glass eyes. Possibly original surface.

Lot: 1238 - VIRGINIA FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

VIRGINIA FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, maple, plain handle incised with crescent moons, shaft featuring clasped hands, turtle, snakes, lizard, and hand clutching a guitar/fiddle. Retains original polychrome paint-decorated

Lot: 1239 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, maple, finely executed example of African-American interest, featuring faceted-knob handle, bust portraits of man and woman, and four snakes entwining lower shaft. Retains collection sticker

Lot: 1240 - FOLK ART SCRIMSHAW CANE / WALKING STICK

FOLK ART SCRIMSHAW CANE / WALKING STICK, carved bone serpent handle which screws into the plain tapering cylindrical shaft fitted with metal ferrule.

Lot: 1241 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, diamond willow, whimsical form featuring perched owl, mouse, and squirrel. Retains large metal ferrule and original polychrome paint-decorated and varnished surface.

Lot: 1242 - SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, bold alligator handle, shaft with whimsical pairs of birds, running cats and dogs, and another alligator at base, figures with jeweled eyes. Retains metal ferrule and original polychrome

Lot: 1243 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK, finely carved fist handle over a shaft depicting various creatures, including crabs, insects, and stylized human faces. Retains likely original varnished surface.

Lot: 1244 - AMERICAN CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK

AMERICAN CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK, likely a Civil War Veteran example, the natural form inscribed "POW / 1842 / TP" with images of buildings and a bust portrait. Retains likely original varnished surface.

Lot: 1245 - AMERICAN CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK

AMERICAN CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK, likely a Civil War Veteran example, the natural form inscribed "POW / 1842" with lady's boot handle, snake-entwined upper shaft, and sabre-form lower shaft. Retains collection sticker and likely original

Lot: 1246 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK, knotty natural shaft, bust-style handle with stylized face and head. Retaining collection sticker to lower shaft and likely original varnished surface.

Lot: 1247 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK, finely delineated seated-dog handle, plain shaft. Retains metal ferrule and likely original varnished surface.

Lot: 1248 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, expressive form of African-American interest, featuring an enigmatic pair of figures below ball handle, plain shaft. Retains collection sticker and probably original painted and varnished

Lot: 1249 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, double serpent-entwined shaft, each chasing a single lizard below plain handle, figures with tack eyes. Retaining metal thimble ferrule (with collection sticker) and original paint-decorated

Lot: 1250 - SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, maple, sterling handle, shaft with finely carved alligator and scene of hounds chasing a buck, applied bone tip. Retains likely original painted and varnished surface.

Lot: 1251 - FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK

FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK, vigorously executed example, featuring bust handle, inscribed "A Present" below, shaft with multiple figures, including Punch and Judy, cricket player, and rugby player. Retains metal ferrule with collection

Lot: 1252 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, unusual crutch-form handle embellished with whimsical faces, plain shaft. Retains likely original spiked ferrule, painted and varnished surface.

Lot: 1253 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED PUZZLE CANE / WALKING

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED PUZZLE CANE / WALKING STICK, bold curved handle with Masonic symbol, shaft dated "1924" above alligator and snake. Retains dry, original surface. Together with a baton-style example inlaid with canons, sabers, hearts, stars,

Lot: 1254 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, faceted knop handle with inlaid metal arrow, shaft entwined with single black snake. Retains metal thimble ferrule and likely original surface. Together with another snake cane of simple

Lot: 1255 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANES / WALKING STICKS,

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF TWO, each with snake-entwined shaft and likely original surface.

Lot: 1256 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK, a puzzle form with faceted-knop handle, alligator and snake to lower shaft. Original dry, natural surface. Together with a black-painted snake cane having pewter knop handle. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1257 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, serpent-entwined shaft and plain handle. Original black-painted and varnished surface.

Lot: 1258 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE / WALKING STICK

AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE / WALKING STICK, serpent-entwined shaft and baton-style handle. Original black-painted and varnished surface. Metal ferrule.

Lot: 1259 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANES / WALKING STICKS,

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF TWO, diamond willow, each with simple handle and snake-entwined shaft, old surface.

Lot: 1260 - SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE /

SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANE / WALKING STICK, serpent-entwined knotty shaft with turned baton-style handle. Original black-painted surface.

Lot: 1261 - STIREWALT FAMILY, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

STIREWALT FAMILY, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, PAINT-DECORATED YELLOW PINE DIMINUTIVE BOX, the hinged rectangular lid (retaining remnants of original leather hinges) over a rectangular case of dovetailed construction, raised on four turned and

Lot: 1262 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVED CANE / WALKING STICK, expressive abstract handle featuring multiple faces in polychrome painted surface, knotty natural shaft with metal ferrule, signed and dated "JL

Lot: 1263 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, with polychrome painted surface, Leap Year Baby, depicting an older man carrying a teddy bear in one hand and wearing a sweatshirt bearing the motto "I'M LOST AND DON'T

Lot: 1264 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, with polychrome painted surface, Portrait of Di-Ann, pregnant woman wearing striped dress, hands held loosely together in front of her in a contemplative gesture, signed

Lot: 1265 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, with polychrome painted surface, Apple For The Educator, being a whimsical depiction of a mountain man elf figure wearing buckskin shirt and kepi-style hat, holding a

Lot: 1266 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, with polychrome painted surface, Ivan Frederick Boesky, whimsical elderly figure wearing green jacket and holding cane, his tongue protruding from his mouth, signed and

Lot: 1267 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, collaboration with D. P. Hand, From Sleep to Reason, mounted as a brooch, sterling silver with 14K gold, turquoise, and moonstone, signed "JL HEATWOLE / VA".

Lot: 1268 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, collaboration with D. P. Hand, mounted as a brooch/pendant, sterling silver with 14K gold and moonstone, signed "JL HEATWOLE / VA".

Lot: 1269 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, collaboration with D. P. Hand, mounted as a brooch/pendant, sterling silver with 14K gold and moonstone, signed "JL HEATWOLE / VA".

Lot: 1270 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, composite, Gypsy Witch Talisman bird head, skull incised with gypsy runes, signed "JL HEATWOLE".

Lot: 1271 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, composite, Dragon’s Claw, signed and dated "JL HEATWOLE VA '85". Retains a custom wooden stand for display.

Lot: 1272 - JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

JOHN L. HEATWOLE (SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, 1948-2006) FOLK ART CARVING, composite, Fossilized Crab Claw, signed "JL HEATWOLE". Mounted on a custom wooden stand for display.

Lot: 1273 - SILON AMOS HENKEL (NEW MARKET, VIRGINIA,

SILON AMOS HENKEL (NEW MARKET, VIRGINIA, 1813-1844), ATTRIBUTED, FOLK ART MINIATURE PORTRAIT, charcoal and pencil on paper, depicting an older man seated in a paint-decorated side chair, not signed.

Lot: 1274 - VIRGINIA-ASSOCIATED MOLDED-COPPER SPREAD-WING

VIRGINIA-ASSOCIATED MOLDED-COPPER SPREAD-WING EAGLE ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENT, impressive form of fine detail with verdigris patination.

Lot: 1275 - VIRGINIA PAINTED WOOD LIVERY STABLE TRADE SIGN

VIRGINIA PAINTED WOOD LIVERY STABLE TRADE SIGN, yellow pine, depicting a horse in the center, was found in an old barn outside of Edinburg, the grandfather was a blacksmith.

Lot: 1276 - AMERICAN FOLK ART TRADE SIGN

AMERICAN FOLK ART TRADE SIGN, "BELLFRED" gold lettering on a black sand-painted ground with red border. Likely original surface and hanging hooks.

Lot: 1277 - AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIGURAL WINDMILL WEIGHT

AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIGURAL WINDMILL WEIGHT, depicting a seated squirrel with upright tail, delineated eye on one side, on original box cover. Remnants of old white paint. Attributed to the Elgin Wind Power and Pump Co., Elgin, Illinois.

Lot: 1278 - AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIGURAL WINDMILL WEIGHT

AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIGURAL WINDMILL WEIGHT, highly stylized full-body depiction of a rooster with rainbow tail. Remnants of old white paint. Mounted on an iron base for display. Attributed to the Elgin Wind Power and Pump Co., Elgin, Illinois.

Lot: 1279 - AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIGURAL WINDMILL WEIGHT

AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIGURAL WINDMILL WEIGHT, depicting a standing bob-tail horse, delineated mane on one side, raised "58G" on one side, with mounting holes. Mounted on an iron base for display. Attributed to the Dempster Mill Mfg. Co., Beatrice,

Lot: 1280 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CUT-OUT SHEET-IRON CAVALRY

AMERICAN FOLK ART CUT-OUT SHEET-IRON CAVALRY FIGURE WEATHERVANE, holding large flowing flag on rearing horse. Retains traces of painted decoration. Now mounted on a custom black metal stand. Reserve.

Lot: 1281 - FOLK ART CUT-OUT SHEET-IRON WEATHERVANE

FOLK ART CUT-OUT SHEET-IRON WEATHERVANE, depicting a trotting horse with sulky and driver, horse with pierced eye and mouth, punched and incised detailing, two mounting brackets to one side. Outstanding old patina.

Lot: 1282 - FOLK ART FULL-BODY MOLDED-COPPER COW WEATHERVANE

FOLK ART FULL-BODY MOLDED-COPPER COW WEATHERVANE, with traces of verdigris patination. Together with a full-body molded-copper fish weathervane, lacking fins. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1283 - FOLK ART CARVED HOLLOW-BODY NODDING DONKEY

FOLK ART CARVED HOLLOW-BODY NODDING DONKEY CAROUSEL FIGURE, whimsical small form, head and neck mounted to torso with counterweight. Retains old park-painted surface. Reserve. Probably French.

Lot: 1284 - HOWARD FREEMAN SPRAGUE (AMERICAN, 1871-1899)

HOWARD FREEMAN SPRAGUE (AMERICAN, 1871-1899) PAINTING OF THE GREAT LAKES TUG "J. S. BLAZIER", oil on canvas, dynamic depiction with vivid coloration, signed lower right. Housed in a modern frame.

Lot: 1285 - JOHN T. DODGE (AMERICAN, 19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART

JOHN T. DODGE (AMERICAN, 19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PAINTING OF THE "JOHN F. PEARSON", watercolor and ink on paper, finely detailed depiction of a clipper ship under full sail off the coast, signed and inscribed in lower margin "JT Dodge / "John F.

Lot: 1286 - FREDERIC TANQUERAY ANDERSON (ARKANSAS/LOUISIANA,

FREDERIC TANQUERAY ANDERSON (ARKANSAS/LOUISIANA, 1846-1926) FOLK ART PAINTING OF THE STEAMBOAT "PELICAN", watercolor on paper, finely detailed depiction of a paddlewheeler at dock loading bales of cotton, signed and dated "1918" lower left, period

Lot: 1287 - FREDERIC TANQUERAY ANDERSON (ARKANSAS/LOUISIANA,

FREDERIC TANQUERAY ANDERSON (ARKANSAS/LOUISIANA, 1846-1926) FOLK ART PAINTING OF THE STEAMBOATS "ROBERT E. LEE" AND "REPUBLIC", watercolor on paper, finely detailed depiction of a paddlewheeler at dock loading bales of cotton, signed and dated "1918"

Lot: 1288 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED SHIP DIORAMA

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED SHIP DIORAMA, clipper ship under full sail, painted background, dovetailed case.

Lot: 1289 - NEW YORK FOLK ART MEMORIAL WITH VIRGINIA INTEREST

NEW YORK FOLK ART MEMORIAL WITH VIRGINIA INTEREST, watercolor and ink on paper, depicting two urn-top monuments beneath two weeping willow trees, one inscribed "Brewster Cleaves was drowned at Richmond, Nov. 20, 1826", the other "In memory of Betsey

Lot: 1290 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) MARINE PAINTING

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) MARINE PAINTING, oil on canvas, ship in distress, no signature located, NY canvas stamp verso for "S. N. DODGES / ARTIST & PAINTERS / SUPPLY STORE". Housed in a 19th-century gilt frame.

Lot: 1291 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART MEMORIAL /

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART MEMORIAL / MOURNING DRAWING, watercolor and ink on paper, depicting a ship out to sea, weeping willow tree, and a grave marked 1821. Housed in original frame.

Lot: 1292 - JAMES SHARPLES (BRITISH / AMERICAN, 1751-1811)

JAMES SHARPLES (BRITISH / AMERICAN, 1751-1811) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, pastel on paper, silver-haired figure in profile against a blue background, no signature located. Housed under glass in a period frame. Discovered in Virginia.

Lot: 1293 - MANUEL CIL (SPANISH / AMERICAN, 19TH CENTURY) FOLK

MANUEL CIL (SPANISH / AMERICAN, 19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A MAN, watercolor, finely dressed subject with blue overcoat seated in a Classical side chair, signed at lower left edge. Unframed.

Lot: 1294 - AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART

AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART FAMILY GROUP OF FIVE MINIATURE PORTRAITS, watercolor on paper, mother, father, two girls, and one boy, no signature(s) located. Each housed under glass in possibly original rosewood frame, liner with

Lot: 1295 - NATHANIEL ROGERS (NEW YORK, 1788-1844),

NATHANIEL ROGERS (NEW YORK, 1788-1844), ATTRIBUTED, MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A MAN, watercolor, bust-length, sitter in partial profile, face turned toward the viewer, no signature located. Housed under glass in original frame, woven-hair memento visible

Lot: 1296 - MICAH WILLIAMS (AMERICAN, 1783-1837), ATTRIBUTED,

MICAH WILLIAMS (AMERICAN, 1783-1837), ATTRIBUTED, FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF A MAN, oil on canvas, figure in a late Windsor side chair, seated at a table with book in hand, no signature located. Housed in an old molded-wood frame.

Lot: 1296A - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST, watercolor and pencil on laid paper, vibrant depiction, possibly a self portrait, of a young man holding an artist's brush and seated in a blue fancy chair in a room with paint-decorated

Lot: 1297 - AUGUSTE EDOUART (FRENCH / AMERICAN, 1789-1861)

AUGUSTE EDOUART (FRENCH / AMERICAN, 1789-1861) CUT-AND-PASTED BALTIMORE FAMILY GROUP SILHOUETTE, subjects identified as members of the Thomas Swan family, signed, inscribed, and dated "Aug. Edouart fecit / Baltimore / Dec 11th 1840". Housed under

Lot: 1298 - WILLIAM HENRY BROWN (AMERICAN, 1808-1883)

WILLIAM HENRY BROWN (AMERICAN, 1808-1883) CUT-AND-PASTED SILHOUETTE OF A MAN, full-length depiction of a portly, slightly stooped figure wearing top hat, retains an old typed label with erroneous artist attribution attached verso, identifying the

Lot: 1299 - AMERICAN FOLK ART HOLLOW-CUT SILHOUETTE OF A MAN

AMERICAN FOLK ART HOLLOW-CUT SILHOUETTE OF A MAN, laid paper and fabric background, faint pencil embellishment, inscribed "W. C. H" at lower edge. Housed in period, possibly original molded gilt pine frame.

Lot: 1300 - PAIR OF PEALE'S MUSEUM HOLLOW-CUT SILHOUETTES

PAIR OF PEALE'S MUSEUM HOLLOW-CUT SILHOUETTES, a man and woman, he with embossed mark to paper, inscribed "Uncle Joshua". Each housed under glass in a later frame.

Lot: 1301 - ENGLISH / FRENCH PAINTED SILHOUETTE OF A MAN

ENGLISH / FRENCH PAINTED SILHOUETTE OF A MAN, on paper, possibly depicting Benjamin Franklin, no signature located. Housed in period, possibly original molded-wood frame with gilt liner. Fragments of printed British broadside backing paper included.

Lot: 1302 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY)

AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PAIR OF MINIATURE PORTRAITS, watercolor on paper, bust-length profile depictions of a man and woman, she with lace bonnet and blue gown, no signature(s) located. Each housed in a modern frame

Lot: 1303 - AMERICAN OR CANADIAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK

AMERICAN OR CANADIAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN, watercolor, stylized depiction of an extremely thin-waisted sitter with black off-the-shoulder gown, no signature located. Housed in an old gilt-metal frame.

Lot: 1304 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF A MAN, pastel on paper, stylish figure wearing a blue jacket and a white ruffled shirt, no signature located. Housed in an old frame, possibly original.

Lot: 1305 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY) PORTRAIT OF A

AMERICAN SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, oil on canvas, according to family tradition, the subject is Joseph Kellogg (New York/Massachusetts, 1691-1756), no signature located. Housed in an early painted frame with gilt

Lot: 1306 - AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN SCHOOL (17TH CENTURY)

AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN SCHOOL (17TH CENTURY) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, oil on canvas, according to family tradition, the subject is Simon Deeder (Dutch/American, 1624-1697), an important early settler of New York, who arrived in New Amsterdam in 1652.

Lot: 1307 - JAMES ALEXANDER SIMPSON (GEORGETOWN D.C.

JAMES ALEXANDER SIMPSON (GEORGETOWN D.C. 1805-1880) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, oil on canvas, purportedly a depiction of Dennis Johnston (1788-1852), prosperous Fairfax Co., VA resident. Housed in a 19th-century molded giltwood frame.

Lot: 1308 - AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK

AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF A CHILD, oil on canvas, sitter wearing black gown with ruffled collar, holding a small basket of fruit in one hand with bird perched on the other, no signature located. Housed in an old

Lot: 1309 - VALLEY OF VIRGINIA FOLK ART PORTRAIT

VALLEY OF VIRGINIA FOLK ART PORTRAIT, oil on canvas, depicting Dr. Alexander R. Preston (1805-1874), who was born at "Locust Hen", Abingdon, VA.

Lot: 1310 - ROBERT STONE BIDDLE (PHILADELPHIA, ABT. 1806-1858)

ROBERT STONE BIDDLE (PHILADELPHIA, ABT. 1806-1858) MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A BOY, watercolor and pencil on paper, delicately rendered, sitter wearing a blue jacket, signed "R. S. Biddle Fecit" along lower edge of jacket, penciled "R. ?. Lewis / 1835 /

Lot: 1311 - BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART MINIATURE

BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A GIRL, watercolor, sitter in profile wearing coral beads and Empire-style gown, no signature located, inscribed verso "Elizabeth Fryer / Born 1810 / Elder sister of Alfred Fryer /

Lot: 1312 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT

AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF ROBERT E. LEE, oil on canvas, bust-length depiction of the General in uniform, signed indistinctly lower left, portrait of a man on canvas verso. Housed in a gray-painted frame.

Lot: 1313 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) PORTRAIT OF A

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, oil on canvas, smiling, bearded gentleman, no signature located, on likely original stretchers. Housed in a period molded giltwood frame. Discovered in Richmond, VA.

Lot: 1314 - WILLIAM PITT THE YOUNGER WAX PORTRAIT

WILLIAM PITT THE YOUNGER WAX PORTRAIT, waist-length, wearing a dark cloak highlighted with gilding, holding a scrolled document in left hand, background with gilt inscription "The Right Honorable William Pitt". Hounded under glass in the original

Lot: 1315 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF A LADY, oil on canvas, she with elaborate bonnet, lace collar, and brooch, no signature located. Housed in a period molded giltwood frame.

Lot: 1316 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF A MAN, oil on canvas, seated figure with crossed arms and austere gaze, inscribed verso "WALTER S. BURGES - ORIGINAL BY JAMES S. LINCOLN / COPY BY A. W. HEINTZELMAN". Housed in a 19th-century molded

Lot: 1317 - AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)

AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A GIRL, watercolor, soft palette, sitter with ringlets and off-the-shoulder white gown, no signature located. Housed in likely original ebonized frame.

Lot: 1318 - AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART

AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A BOY, watercolor, figure with black bow and white collar, no signature located, inscription identifying sitter verso. Housed in a gilt frame.

Lot: 1319 - AMERICAN / ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) MINIATURE

AMERICAN / ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, watercolor on paper, well rendered depiction of a young man in a black suit, short black hair and sideburns, no signature located. Housed in a period, possibly original

Lot: 1320 - AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART

AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A BOY, watercolor and pencil on paper, bust-length depiction of sitter in profile wearing blue coat with brass buttons, no signature located. Housed in likely original ebonized

Lot: 1321 - AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART

AMERICAN OR BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A BOY, watercolor and pencil on paper, sitter wearing blue and white striped gown, no signature located. Housed under glass in a figured birdseye maple frame.

Lot: 1322 - AMERICAN FOLK ART FRAKTUR-STYLE DRAWING

AMERICAN FOLK ART FRAKTUR-STYLE DRAWING, ink on paper, depicting three eagles with arrows in talons, two roosters, flowers, geometric designs, and the sun above two crescent moons. Housed in modern frame, appears to retain inscriptions verso.

Lot: 1323 - LANCASTER CO., PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTUR BOOKPLATE

LANCASTER CO., PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTUR BOOKPLATE BIRTH RECORD, watercolor and ink on paper, for Maria Ziegler (1828-1909), born September 22, 1828 in Rapho Township, signed "J. W. Feb. 18th AD 1840", all within a zig-zag border. Housed under glass in a

Lot: 1324 - PENNSYLVANIA FOLK ART FRAKTUR DRAWING

PENNSYLVANIA FOLK ART FRAKTUR DRAWING, watercolor and ink on laid paper, depicting tulips and a center heart with the inscription "William Bentz Amen Jan 26th, 1801". Housed under glass in a period painted frame. Possibly Johaness Zug Lancaster, PA.

Lot: 1325 - AMERICAN FOLK ART FRAKTUR DRAWING

AMERICAN FOLK ART FRAKTUR DRAWING, watercolor on paper, depicting a mermaid and a long-neck bird flanked by stylistic trees with bulls-eye bases. Probably Ohio or Pennsylvania.

Lot: 1326 - WATERVILLE, MAINE FOLK ART HAND-DRAWN FAMILY

WATERVILLE, MAINE FOLK ART HAND-DRAWN FAMILY RECORDS, LOT OF TWO, pencil with applied gilt diecuts on paper, Erastus Osgood Wheeler (b. 1798) and Ruth Bates Marston (b. 1813), married March 7, 1830, and Sumner Augustine Wheeler (1800-1887) and Jane

Lot: 1327 - MASONIC FOLK ART DRAWING

MASONIC FOLK ART DRAWING, ink on paper, for "Stafford Lodge No. 29", featuring typical imagery and officer names in calligraphic script. Housed under glass in a 19th-century molded-walnut frame with gilt liner.

Lot: 1328 - PAINTED MIXED-WOOD MINIATURE CHAIRS, LOT OF TWO

PAINTED MIXED-WOOD MINIATURE CHAIRS, LOT OF TWO, comprising an armchair with cut-out three-spindle back, woven seat, and original paint-decorated surface, and a plank-seat side chair with five spindle back and Spanish-brown painted surface.

Lot: 1329 - SOUTHERN CARVED AND PAINTED FOLK ART WHIMSY IN A

SOUTHERN CARVED AND PAINTED FOLK ART WHIMSY IN A BOTTLE, multi-piece fence-like ornament in a quart bottle. Original polychrome painted decoration on a white-painted ground. Found in Alexander Co., North Carolina.

Lot: 1330 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED BURLWOOD BUST

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED BURLWOOD BUST OF A NATIVE AMERICAN, figure retaining likely original painted and varnished surface, mounted on a wooden base.

Lot: 1331 - CHIP-CARVED WOOD FIGURAL DIMINUTIVE SLIDE-TOP BOX

CHIP-CARVED WOOD FIGURAL DIMINUTIVE SLIDE-TOP BOX, in the form of two stacked books, "I - K" carved to underside. Dry original surface.

Lot: 1332 - CONTINENTAL FOLK ART PAINTED PINE MINIATURE

CONTINENTAL FOLK ART PAINTED PINE MINIATURE BLANKET CHEST, molded and panelled cotterpin-hinged lid concealing a paint-decorated interior with lidded till and original working spring lock, case with two front sliding panels concealing lower secret

Lot: 1333 - AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTED HOUSE MODEL

AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTED HOUSE MODEL, likely a Sears & Roebuck Bungalow example, with working lights.

Lot: 1334 - TENNESSEE FOLK ART CARVED BUST OF A LADY

TENNESSEE FOLK ART CARVED BUST OF A LADY, walnut, highly stylized depiction of a lady with hair in a bun, signed on reverse "L. D. PUGH / MONTEREY, TENN. / R#1 B. 100". Natural surface.

Lot: 1335 - ASSORTED WALLPAPER-COVERED BOXES, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED WALLPAPER-COVERED BOXES, LOT OF TWO, each pasteboard, comprising a large dome-top example with hinged lid bearing French hatter's label, and a small circular example lined with newspaper.

Lot: 1336 - AMERICAN FOLK ART INLAID DIMINUTIVE BOXES, LOT OF

AMERICAN FOLK ART INLAID DIMINUTIVE BOXES, LOT OF TWO, each with hinged lid, comprising a walnut nailed example with opposing hearts to top and "A D" to front, and a cherry dovetailed example with geometric decoration to top and two five-point stars

Lot: 1337 - FOLK ART CHIP-CARVED BEECH SLIDE-TOP BOX

FOLK ART CHIP-CARVED BEECH SLIDE-TOP BOX, rectangular form made from a solid block, top slides into half-dovetail groove on each side, fully carved with triangles and rosettes, four additional rosettes to underside of base. Excellent original dry

Lot: 1338 - AMERICAN PAINTED FOLK ART HAT BOX

AMERICAN PAINTED FOLK ART HAT BOX, oval paper on pasteboard with chrome yellow ground, featuring a top hat on both sides of box and the lid, with some decoration around the rim, plain interior.

Lot: 1339 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVING OF A WOMAN

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVING OF A WOMAN, body carved from the solid, applied arm, the commanding one-armed figure with finger pointed. Retains an untouched dry surface with warm color.

Lot: 1340 - FORREST KING MOSES (AMERICAN, 1893-1974) FOLK ART

FORREST KING MOSES (AMERICAN, 1893-1974) FOLK ART SUMMER LANDSCAPE, oil on masonite, a verdant farm scene with figures working in the many fields, signed lower right, retains remnants of old gallery label verso. Housed in possibly original frame.

Lot: 1341 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) FOLK ART

AMERICAN SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) FOLK ART WORLD'S FAIR / EXPOSITION LANDSCAPE PAINTING, oil on canvas, oblique bird's-eye view of a midway with strolling fairgoers and structures flying American flags, probably a depiction of the 1907 Jamestown

Lot: 1342 - JOHN WILLIAM "UNCLE JACK" DEY (RICHMOND, VA

JOHN WILLIAM "UNCLE JACK" DEY (RICHMOND, VA 1912-1978) OUTSIDER ART PAINTING, model airplane enamel on board, a fantastical nocturnal scene with vivid coloration, inscribed "VOODOO ZOMBIE'S (sic)" at lower edge and signed "UNCLE JACK" lower right.

Lot: 1343 - PAIR OF BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART

PAIR OF BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART FARM SCENE PAINTINGS, oil on canvas, charming depictions of mischievous animal activity in the yard, both signed and dated "1880". Each on likely original stretcher, canvas bearing London merchant's mark

Lot: 1343A - AMERICAN SCHOOL FOLK ART GENRE SCENE PAINTING

AMERICAN SCHOOL FOLK ART GENRE SCENE PAINTING, oil on canvas, depicting three young boys at play, church in the background. Housed in a period frame, with a board added.

Lot: 1344 - AMERICAN FOLK ART HAND-DRAWN MAP OF THE WORLD

AMERICAN FOLK ART HAND-DRAWN MAP OF THE WORLD, ink and watercolor on laid paper, titled "A New and Correct Map of the World, by Francis Hoskins "Oct. 13th, 1814", "According to the latest Discoveries", Washington Academy. Housed in a period frame.

Lot: 1345 - AMERICAN FOLK ART HAND-DRAWN MAP OF THE WORLD

AMERICAN FOLK ART HAND-DRAWN MAP OF THE WORLD, ink and watercolor on laid paper, titled "A New and Correct Map of the World, by W.G. Krebs "Oct. 18th, 1814", "According to the latest Discoveries", Washington Academy. Housed in a period frame.

Lot: 1346 - JEANNE DAVIES (AMERICAN, B. 1936) FOLK ART FARM

JEANNE DAVIES (AMERICAN, B. 1936) FOLK ART FARM SCENE, oil on canvasboard, a family at work haying in the field, possibly Amish, signed lower left. Housed in a blue-painted frame.

Lot: 1347 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART GENRE

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART GENRE PAINTING, oil on canvas, after Edwin Landseer (British, 1802-1873), featuring a distraught young girl stranded on a rocky beach with her faithful Newfoundland dog, no signature located. Housed in likely

Lot: 1348 - AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED FOLDING GAME BOARD

AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED FOLDING GAME BOARD, double-sided, with yellow and Spanish brown checkers/chess board to exterior, and red, yellow, and black backgammon board to interior, sponge-decorated outer edges, original brass hinges. With 12 black and

Lot: 1348A - PENNSYLVANIA PAINTED FOLK ART GAME BOARD FOLDING

PENNSYLVANIA PAINTED FOLK ART GAME BOARD FOLDING TABLE, rectangular top painted with a depiction of a nautical scene and checkboard flanking a four-line verse, raised on four hinged legs secured with a center spring slat. Retains original yellow

Lot: 1349 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART DRAWING

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART DRAWING, charcoal and graphite on paper, large depiction of a church and graveyard, no signature located. Housed under glass in an old oak frame.

Lot: 1350 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY)

AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY) FOLK ART FARM SCENE, oil on artist's board, house and large barn by a country road, no signature located. Housed in an old oak frame.

Lot: 1351 - GEORGE EDWARD CARMICHAEL (LYNCHBURG,

GEORGE EDWARD CARMICHAEL (LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA,1940-1989) FOLK ART GENRE PAINTING, oil on canvasboard, a nostalgic rural scene, featuring various African-American figures on a farm, signed lower right. Housed under glass in a molded-wood frame.

Lot: 1352 - AMERICAN REVERSE PAINTED AND TINSEL FOWL

AMERICAN REVERSE PAINTED AND TINSEL FOWL PORTRAITS, LOT OF TWO, each depicting a different rooster against a black ground. Housed in partial painted and gilded frames.

Lot: 1353 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PAINTING

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PAINTING OF A MILKMAID, oil on canvas, figure in red dress and white apron with cattle in a mountain valley pasture, signed "A. J. T." lower right. Unframed, likely original stretcher.

Lot: 1354 - CHALKWARE SQUIRREL FIGURE

CHALKWARE SQUIRREL FIGURE, hollow form of a seated squirrel eating a nut. Original painted decoration.

Lot: 1355 - BLACK / WHITE AMERICANA TOPSY TURVY CLOTH DOLLS,

BLACK / WHITE AMERICANA TOPSY TURVY CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF THREE, each with handstitched facial features including one with some additional paint decoration, cotton print dresses and matching bonnets.

Lot: 1356 - BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY" STYLE CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF

BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY" STYLE CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF THREE, comprising two examples with handstitched facial features and remaining with adhered facial features, each fitted in a cotton print dress with white aprons, each with a bandana and earrings,

Lot: 1357 - BLACK AMERICANA CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF TWO

BLACK AMERICANA CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF TWO, each with cloth hair, comprising an example with button eyes and handstitched facial features, pinstripe dress with red ribbon; and remaining with painted and handstitched facial features, green skirt and

Lot: 1358 - BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY"-STYLE BOTTLE DOLLS, LOT OF

BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY"-STYLE BOTTLE DOLLS, LOT OF TWO, comprising an example with button eyes and handstitched facial features, cotton floral dress with white apron, blue bandana, fitted on a weighted glass bottle; remaining example with a

Lot: 1359 - BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY"-STYLE BOTTLE DOLLS, LOT OF

BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY"-STYLE BOTTLE DOLLS, LOT OF TWO, comprising an example with button eyes and handstitched facial features, cotton floral and blue pin-striped dress with white apron, matching bandana, fitted on a weighted glass bottle; remaining

Lot: 1360 - BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY"-STYLE BOTTLE DOLLS, LOT OF

BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY"-STYLE BOTTLE DOLLS, LOT OF TWO, each with button eyes and handstitched facial features, cotton dresses with white aprons, one with matching patterned bandana, each fitted on a weighted glass bottle.

Lot: 1361 - BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY"-STYLE BOTTLE DOLL

BLACK AMERICANA "MAMMY"-STYLE BOTTLE DOLL, button eyes, beaded teeth and handstitched facial features, ring earrings, yellow cotton dress with red print, black hat with later decoration, fitted on a weighted square-form glass bottle.

Lot: 1362 - BLACK AMERICANA CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF THREE

BLACK AMERICANA CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF THREE, each with handstitched facial features, comprising two female examples, including one in a red dress with matching cap and remaining in a white floral print dress with undergarments; and a male example

Lot: 1363 - ARTHUR J. SUSSEL (PHILADELPHIA, 1889-1958)

ARTHUR J. SUSSEL (PHILADELPHIA, 1889-1958) AMERICANA COLLECTION AUCTION CATALOGUES, PARTS ONE, TWO, AND THREE, 1958 and 1959, Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York, featuring rare Pennsylvania folk art including the Sussel-Washington fraktur (lot

Lot: 1364 - MINIATURE PAINTINGS REFERENCE VOLUME

MINIATURE PAINTINGS REFERENCE VOLUME, by Daphne Foskett, "Miniature Dictionary and Guide", 2000, Antique Collectors' Club, Woodridge, Suffolk. Hard cover with dust jacket.

Lot: 1365 - CLARK MADARA (PITMAN, NEW JERSEY, 1883-1953),

CLARK MADARA (PITMAN, NEW JERSEY, 1883-1953), ATTRIBUTED, CARVED AND PAINTED BROADBILL DRAKE DECOY, graceful hollow-body form with tack eyes, original lead weight. Likely original surface.

Lot: 1366 - JOHN "DADDY" HOLLY (HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND,

JOHN "DADDY" HOLLY (HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND, 1818-1892), ATTRIBUTED, CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY, finely crafted solid-body form with sculptural neck and head, original rigging and lead weight. Old working surface.

Lot: 1367 - WILLIAM DUGAN (MARTHA'S VINEYARD, 1892-1955),

WILLIAM DUGAN (MARTHA'S VINEYARD, 1892-1955), ATTRIBUTED, CARVED AND PAINTED BLUEBILL HEN DECOY, robust hollow-body form with painted eyes, lacking weight, retaining worn, likely original surface.

Lot: 1368 - AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED CANADA GOOSE DECOY

AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED CANADA GOOSE DECOY, hollow-body form with canvas covering, inset head and neck, glass eyes, retains possibly original lead weights attached to underside of base, marked "WD" in period black paint, and numerous collection

Lot: 1369 - AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF

AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF TWO, one with likely original painted surface, the other with later surface.

Lot: 1370 - BEN DYE (PERRYVILLE, MARYLAND, 1827-1896),

BEN DYE (PERRYVILLE, MARYLAND, 1827-1896), ATTRIBUTED, CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY, sculptural hollow-body form with tack eyes, likely original lead weight and rigging. Possibly original surface.

Lot: 1371 - JAMES CURRIER (HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND,

JAMES CURRIER (HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND, 1886-1969), ATTRIBUTED, CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY, hollow-body form with boldly-shaped neck, head, and "Roman nose" bill, painted eyes, possibly original lead weight. Old working surface.

Lot: 1372 - AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED BRANT DECOY

AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED BRANT DECOY, hollow-body form, lacking weight, retaining an old working surface.

Lot: 1373 - CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD DUCK DRAKE DECOY

CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD DUCK DRAKE DECOY, tack eyes, stamped "WHITE" to underside of base, original paint. Together with an as-found early 20th century Redhead decoy, purportedly from Back Bay, Virginia, in old working surface. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1374 - AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY

AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY, solid-body form with painted eyes, original rigging, lacking lead weight. Old working surface. Possibly Samuel Barnes, Havre de Grace, MD.

Lot: 1375 - AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED SCAUP DECOY

AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED SCAUP DECOY, hollow-body form, possibly original lead weight marked "W. C." Old working surface. Possibly New Jersey.

Lot: 1376 - AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK HEN DECOY

AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK HEN DECOY, solid-body form with painted eyes, original rigging and lead weight. Old repainted surface, purportedly by Madison Mitchell. Possibly Samuel Barnes, Havre de Grace, MD.

Lot: 1377 - AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY

AMERICAN CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY, exaggerated solid-body form with sweeping neck and large bill, painted eyes, likely original lead weight and rigging. Old working surface. Possibly John Glen, Rock Hall, MD.

Lot: 1378 - ELIZABETH A. RITICOR (LOUDOUN CO.,

ELIZABETH A. RITICOR (LOUDOUN CO., VIRGINIA,1843-1908) PICTORIAL NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, silk on linen, four lines of letters and numbers above "Elizabeth A Riticor Age 15 yrs", lower panel with central two-story house flanked by a picket fence and

Lot: 1379 - JULIA MITCHELL, NORTH CAROLINA ATTRIBUTED

JULIA MITCHELL, NORTH CAROLINA ATTRIBUTED NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, silk on linen, seven lines of letters and numbers above "God Is Love", a row of flowers and trees, and "Julia Mitchell 1859", all within a simple berry and vine border. In a later molded

Lot: 1380 - JANE STEWART, TENNESSEE ATTRIBUTED NEEDLEWORK

JANE STEWART, TENNESSEE ATTRIBUTED NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, silk on linen, four lines of letters and numbers above a six-line verse and "Jane Stewart August 1848", all within a simple line border. In a later grain-painted frame. A folder of research work

Lot: 1381 - ENGLISH STUMPWORK NEEDLEWORK PICTURE

ENGLISH STUMPWORK NEEDLEWORK PICTURE, depicting a Georgian flat-roof manor house flanked by trees, a peacock in the foreground flanked by urns of flowers and fountains. Housed under glass in a period, possibly original gesso and gilt frame.

Lot: 1382 - AMERICAN FOLK ART FIGURAL HOOKED RUG

AMERICAN FOLK ART FIGURAL HOOKED RUG, ducks and cattails in a wetland landscape with striated background, professionally mounted for display.

Lot: 1383 - AMERICAN FOLK ART HOOKED RUG

AMERICAN FOLK ART HOOKED RUG, mixed fabrics on a burlap ground, shirred polychrome abstract curvilinear designs centering a hooked rectangular bar, professionally mounted for display.

Lot: 1384 - AMERICAN FOLK ART PICTORIAL HOOKED RUG

AMERICAN FOLK ART PICTORIAL HOOKED RUG, depicting a large stag and doe flanked by trees, blue cottage in background.

Lot: 1385 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN RAG RUNNERS,

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN RAG RUNNERS, LOT OF THREE, earthtone colors.

Lot: 1386 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN RAG RUNNERS,

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN RAG RUNNERS, LOT OF TWO, earthtone colors.

Lot: 1387 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN RAG RUNNERS,

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN RAG RUNNERS, LOT OF TWO, earthtone colors.

Lot: 1388 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN UNCUT RAG

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN UNCUT RAG RUNNER, light green with dark green and red stripes.

Lot: 1389 - PENDLETON CO., WEST VIRGINIA WOVEN UNCUT RAG

PENDLETON CO., WEST VIRGINIA WOVEN UNCUT RAG RUNNER, earthtone colors.

Lot: 1390 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA HOMESPUN WOOL

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA HOMESPUN WOOL BLANKET, dyed light to medium purple, in two joined panels. Probably Rockingham or Shenandoah Co., VA.




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