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Lot: 501 - ATTRIBUTED TO CORNELIS PIETERSZ DE MOOY, Dutch,

ATTRIBUTED TO CORNELIS PIETERSZ DE MOOY Dutch, 17th Century A Dutch warship. Unsigned. Provenance: A Cape Cod, Massachusetts Estate. Oil on panel, 6.25" x 9". Framed 15" x 17.5".

Lot: 502 - ABRAHAM HULK I, Dutch, 1813-1897, Heading out to

ABRAHAM HULK I Dutch, 1813-1897 Heading out to the boats. Signed lower right "A. Hulk". Oil on canvas, 16" x 24". Framed 21" x 29".

Lot: 503 - ABRAHAM HULK I, Dutch, 1813-1897, Fishing boats

ABRAHAM HULK I Dutch, 1813-1897 Fishing boats unloading their catch onshore. Signed lower right "A. Hulk". Oil on canvas, 16" x 24". Framed 21" x 29".

Lot: 504 - CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19th Century, A steam-sail

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL 19th Century A steam-sail vessel at sea. Signed illegibly lower right. Oil on canvas, 14" x 21.5". Framed 17.5" x 25".

Lot: 505 - JEAN BAPTISTE ISABEY, French, 1767-1855, A view of

JEAN BAPTISTE ISABEY French, 1767-1855 A view of the coast. Signed lower left "J. Isabey". Oil on panel, 8.5" x 13.75". Framed 14" x 19".

Lot: 506 - THEODORE ANTOINE THEODORE GUDIN, French,

THEODORE ANTOINE THEODORE GUDIN French, 1802-1880 On the coast. Signed faintly lower left. Oil on canvas, 10.5" x 14". Framed 20" x 24".

Lot: 507 - WILLIAM KIMMINS MCMINN, California/United Kingdom,

WILLIAM KIMMINS MCMINN California/United Kingdom, 1820-1898 The three-masted barque Orkney Lass in two positions off Liverpool. Unsigned. Provenance: Christie's, London/South Kensington, 2003, Lot #574. Oil on canvas, 23.75" x 36.75".

Lot: 508 - WILLIAM KIMMINS MCMINN, California/United Kingdom,

WILLIAM KIMMINS MCMINN California/United Kingdom, 1820-1898 The barque Margaret Longton at anchor off Liverpool. Unsigned. Illustrated: Marine Art & Liverpool: Painters, Places, & Flag Codes 1760-1960 by A.S. Davidson (1986), p. 83.

Lot: 509 - ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th Century, Two ships off a

ENGLISH SCHOOL 19th Century Two ships off a coast. Unsigned. Watercolor, 9" x 11.5" sight. Framed 13" x 15.5".

Lot: 510 - BRITISH SCHOOL, Late 19th/Early 20th Century, A

BRITISH SCHOOL Late 19th/Early 20th Century A British clipper ship off the coast. Watercolor and gouache on paper, 6.5" x 9.75" sight. Framed 19" x 24".

Lot: 511 - ENGLISH SCHOOL, Circa 1905, The Royal Naval

ENGLISH SCHOOL Circa 1905 The Royal Naval Frigate H.M.S. Amphihite. Note affixed verso inscribed "H.M.S. Amphihite painted by Captain Hereford R.N. from a sketch by Harry Hayd Mdm for Charles D. Inglis Mdm now Captain Charles D. Inglis R.N.

Lot: 512 - ANTONIO DE SIMONE, Italian, 1851-1907, Two views

ANTONIO DE SIMONE Italian, 1851-1907 Two views of the sailing yacht Thistle. Both signed lower right "De Simone" and titled lower left "S.Y. Thistle". Gouaches on paper, 17.75" x 23.75". Unframed.

Lot: 513 - THOMAS WHITCOMBE, English, c. 1760-1824, Dutch

THOMAS WHITCOMBE English, c. 1760-1824 Dutch shipping in the channel. Signed lower right "Th. Whitcombe". Oil on canvas, 15" x 23.5". Framed 21" x 29".

Lot: 514 - THOMAS BUTTERSWORTH, English, 1768-1842, A ship of

THOMAS BUTTERSWORTH English, 1768-1842 A ship of the line headed out with the fleet. Signed lower left "T. Buttersworth". Oil on canvas, 14" x 17.5". Framed 19" x 24".

Lot: 515 - ITALIAN SCHOOL, 19th Century, The American ship

ITALIAN SCHOOL 19th Century The American ship Philena in the Bay of Naples. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 20.5" x 26.75". Framed 25" x 31".

Lot: 516 - WATERCOLOR PORTRAIT OF THE EAGLE "Eagle of

WATERCOLOR PORTRAIT OF THE EAGLE Circa 1858 "Eagle of Liverpool, John Evans Master Entering Naples, January 31, 1858". Provides a side view of the ship with Naples and an erupting Mount Etna in the background. Possibly the work of Michele Funno

Lot: 517 - BRITISH SCHOOL, 19th Century, Pair of watercolors

BRITISH SCHOOL 19th Century Pair of watercolors on paper: 1) A three-masted British ship with lighthouse and sailing vessel off her bow. 2) A two-masted sailing ship with smaller sailing vessel in tow. Provenance: Estate of Captain Green,

Lot: 518 - TWO WORKS ON PAPER DEPICTING SHIPS 1) Double-sided

TWO WORKS ON PAPER DEPICTING SHIPS 19th Century 1) Double-sided watercolor. Obverse depicts a British 120-gun ship. Upper left corner with index pertaining to the ship's rigging. Dated "6 Jan. 1866" upper right corner. Reverse depicts a clipper

Lot: 519 - JAY ARNOLD, Massachusetts, 1890-, "Down Channel",

JAY ARNOLD Massachusetts, 1890- "Down Channel", a portrait of the clipper ship Georg Stage. Signed lower right "J. Arnold". Inscribed lower left "Down Channel". Watercolor on paper, 15.5" x 24" sight. Framed 35" x 40".

Lot: 520 - SAMUEL WALTERS, English, 1811-1882, The American

SAMUEL WALTERS English, 1811-1882 The American packet Vanguard off Point Lynas, England. Signed and dated lower left "S. Walters 1850". Oil on canvas, 28" x 44". Framed 36" x 54".

Lot: 521 - DANISH SCHOOL, Mid-19th Century, Rare period work

DANISH SCHOOL Mid-19th Century Rare period work depicting a Danish ship from the African slave trade. A note verso indicates this painting was a gift for teacher Amos J. Blake from the 1858 school class of Cavendish, Vermont. Watercolor on

Lot: 522 - JACOB PETERSEN, Danish, 1774-1855, The brig

JACOB PETERSEN Danish, 1774-1855 The brig Charlotte of Boston off Kronborg Castle. Signed lower right "Drawn by J. Petersen 1838". Inscribed lower left "Charlotte of Boston ... passing the Sound". Housed in a frame with a contemporary

Lot: 523 - ATTRIBUTED TO MICHELE RENAULT, Italian, 19th

ATTRIBUTED TO MICHELE RENAULT Italian, 19th Century "Bark Morgan Dix C.W. Hamilton Commander Leaving Leghorn Jan, 7 1848". Unsigned. Watercolor and gouache, 11.5" x 17" sight. Framed 19" x 24.5".

Lot: 524 - WILLIAM HOWARD YORKE, Canadian/English, 1847-1921,

WILLIAM HOWARD YORKE Canadian/English, 1847-1921 The Canadian Ship Monrovia of New Brunswick. Signed lower right "W.H. Yorke". Oil on canvas, 23.75" x 35.5". Framed 31" x 42.5".

Lot: 525 - RICHARD BARNETT SPENCER, English, fl. 1840-1874,

RICHARD BARNETT SPENCER English, fl. 1840-1874 The ship Hercules. Signed lower left "R.B. Spencer". Oil on canvas, 23" x 37.25". Framed 31" x 44.5".

Lot: 526 - WILLIAM HOWARD YORKE, Canadian/English, 1847-1921,

WILLIAM HOWARD YORKE Canadian/English, 1847-1921 "Maria Margreth of Temra". Signed lower left "W H Yorke". Titled along lower margin. Oil on canvas, 20" x 30". Framed 24" x 33".

Lot: 527 - THEODORE VICTOR CARL VALENKAMPH,

THEODORE VICTOR CARL VALENKAMPH Massachusetts/Sweden, 1868-1924 Moonlit ship under full sail. Signed lower right "T.V.C. Valenkamph 1905". Oil on canvas, 22" x 36". Framed 24.5" x 38.5".

Lot: 528 - CASED TWO-DAY MARINE CHRONOMETER By John Moncas,

CASED TWO-DAY MARINE CHRONOMETER Circa 1830 By John Moncas, Liverpool (1788-1853). Brass case with silvered dial engraved "Moncas, Liverpool." and "9633" and marked with Roman numeral hour dial and Arabic numeral subsidiary dials. Dials with gold

Lot: 529 - RARE PAIR OF BRONZE BOOKENDS MOUNTED WITH A

RARE PAIR OF BRONZE BOOKENDS MOUNTED WITH A CHELSEA CLOCK AND BAROMETER Circa 1930 Bookends in the form of dories on waves. Clock and barometer cases with ship's wheel surround. Heights 4.75". Lengths 5.5". Crystal diameters 2.75". Bezel diameters

Lot: 530 - CHELSEA SHIP'S CLOCK MADE FOR THE U.S. MARITIME

CHELSEA SHIP'S CLOCK MADE FOR THE U.S. MARITIME COMMISSION Circa 1942 Brass case. Nickel face with Arabic numeral dial and is marked "Chelsea Clock Co. Boston U.S. Maritime Commission Ser. No. 9420". Dated April 12, 1942. Matching case and movement

Lot: 532 - CHELSEA SHIP'S CLOCK Brass footed case. Steel face

CHELSEA SHIP'S CLOCK Brass footed case. Steel face with Roman numeral dial and is marked "Frederic A. Ryer". Works marked. Crystal diameter 8". Bezel diameter 10.75".

Lot: 533 - CHELSEA SHIP'S BELL CLOCK AND BAROMETER Brass

CHELSEA SHIP'S BELL CLOCK AND BAROMETER 20th Century Brass cases. Clock with Arabic numeral dial and is marked "Chelsea Ship's Bell". Serial number 826964. Barometer face marked "Chelsea". Face diameters 5.5". Overall diameters 7.25".

Lot: 534 - CHELSEA SHIP'S BELL CLOCK AND BAROMETER Both with

CHELSEA SHIP'S BELL CLOCK AND BAROMETER 20th Century Both with brass cases and wooden stands. Clock with Arabic numeral dial and is marked "Chelsea Ship's Bell". Serial number 799246. Barometer face marked "Chelsea". Heights 9.25". Diameters 7.25".

Lot: 535 - CHELSEA SHIP'S BELL CLOCK AND BAROMETER SET Brass

CHELSEA SHIP'S BELL CLOCK AND BAROMETER SET 20th Century Brass cases. Mounted to a mahogany plaque with an inclinometer. Plaque marked "Wellcraft Marine Corp." with the company logo. Plaque 12" x 12.25". Crystal diameters 3.5". Bezel diameters

Lot: 536 - CHELSEA SHIP'S BELL CLOCK AND BAROMETER MOUNTED

CHELSEA SHIP'S BELL CLOCK AND BAROMETER MOUNTED DESK SET, MADE FOR TIFFANY & CO. 20th Century Brass cases with bronze and brass ship's wheel surrounds. Bronze base. Height 8.5". Width 14.75". Crystal diameters 3.5". Bezel diameters 4.75".

Lot: 537 - CHELSEA BANJO BAROMETER Mahogany case fitted with

CHELSEA BANJO BAROMETER 20th Century Mahogany case fitted with a thermometer, a Chelsea key-wind clock, a barometer and a humidity gauge. Height 38.75".

Lot: 538 - BOXED DECK WATCH AND A SMALL BULKHEAD CLOCK Deck

BOXED DECK WATCH AND A SMALL BULKHEAD CLOCK American, Early 20th Century Deck watch with white enamel face with Roman numerals, a wind-down dial below the "XII" and a subsidiary seconds dial above the "VI" and is marked "Elgin National Watch Co.".

Lot: 539 - BRASS DESK CLOCK IN THE FORM OF A SHIP'S WHEEL

BRASS DESK CLOCK IN THE FORM OF A SHIP'S WHEEL English, First Quarter of the 20th Century Oval base with rope edge. Height 7.5". Width 7.5".

Lot: 540 - RARE U.S. LIGHT HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT STOPWATCH

RARE U.S. LIGHT HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT STOPWATCH Late 19th/Early 20th Century White porcelain dial marked "M.W. Galt Bro & Co., Washington, D.C.". Nickel case engraved on back "U.S. Light House. Establishment." Case diameter 2.13".

Lot: 541 - RARE LODESTONE A piece of magnetite bound in

RARE LODESTONE Continental, Possibly 15th or 16th Century A piece of magnetite bound in silver. Includes a carved wooden fish with a small amount of iron inset in head, which is used with the lodestone to find magnetic north. Lodestone length

Lot: 542 - CIVIL WAR PERIOD POCKET WATCH AND CHAIN OF NAVAL

CIVIL WAR PERIOD POCKET WATCH AND CHAIN OF NAVAL INTEREST Circa 1860 Silver plated case engraved with two Civil War soldiers on front cover, and with a steam-sail sidewheeler on back cover. Paper label on interior back cover for "D. Jones, Clock,

Lot: 543 - RARE ART DECO CAPTAIN'S CABIN BUNK LAMP Mahogany

RARE ART DECO CAPTAIN'S CABIN BUNK LAMP Mahogany case fitted with brass shaded lamp, a brass-cased clock and a brass-cased barometer. Clock by Mercer of England, with maker's mark on dial. Includes original key. Case height 10.5". Width 19.25".

Lot: 544 - CHARLES W. KENNARD & CO. TROPHY WALL CLOCK Brass

CHARLES W. KENNARD & CO. TROPHY WALL CLOCK Dated 1878 Brass case inscribed at top "Beverly Yacht Club Regatta Won By 'Mirage' Sept. 9 1878.". Enameled Roman numeral dial signed "Chas. W. Kennard & Co. Boston". Overall diameter 5.5".

Lot: 545 - CASED HAMILTON NAVAL CHRONOMETER WATCH MODEL 22

CASED HAMILTON NAVAL CHRONOMETER WATCH MODEL 22 WWII-Era Mounted in a brass gimbal. Face marked "Hamilton Lancaster, PA., U.S.A." Case height 6". Width 6". Depth 6".

Lot: 546 - GILDED FIGUREHEAD IN THE FORM OF A MERMAID

GILDED FIGUREHEAD IN THE FORM OF A MERMAID Probably from the American steam yacht Hi-Esmaro, circa 1929. A high-style and elegant figurehead in which the mermaid's head and torso would project from the bow and her long hair and tail would wrap

Lot: 547 - ROUND NANTUCKET LIGHTSHIP BASKET BY DAVID E. RAY

ROUND NANTUCKET LIGHTSHIP BASKET BY DAVID E. RAY Circa 1870 Beautifully shaped oak swing handle retains its original brass ears. Rim, base plate and ribs made from oak. Ribs with chamfered sides and delicate taper. Top of base plate carved with

Lot: 548 - "HOME SWEET HOME" SHELLWORK VALENTINE Composed of

"HOME SWEET HOME" SHELLWORK VALENTINE Barbados, Circa 1880 Composed of various multicolored shells. Left side with central heart within concentric circles. Right side with "Home Sweet Home" within a circle. Shell patterns are divided with pieces of

Lot: 549 - WATERCOLOR PORTRAIT OF THE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION A

WATERCOLOR PORTRAIT OF THE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION A port view of the ship flying multiple flags, including a long pennant from the center mast and an American flag off the stern. Two additional sailing vessels, one flying a large American flag, are

Lot: 550 - RARE HAND-COLORED CURRIER & IVES PRINT "THE STAR

RARE HAND-COLORED CURRIER & IVES PRINT "THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER" Depicts Lady Liberty. Fully titled "The Star Spangled Banner. O! long may it wave, O'er the land of the free, And the home of the brave." 13.25" x 9.5" sight. Framed 17.5" x 14".

Lot: 551 - BOXED POCKET DRY CARD COMPASS Hinged hardwood case

BOXED POCKET DRY CARD COMPASS Late 18th/Early 19th Century Hinged hardwood case with faint star and circle decoration on lid. Dial printed with a polychrome compass rose. Marked "T. Nealley" on underside of box. Box height .75". Top 3" x 3".

Lot: 552 - CHINA TRADE PAINTING DEPICTING WHAMPOA ANCHORAGE A

CHINA TRADE PAINTING DEPICTING WHAMPOA ANCHORAGE Chinese, Circa 1840 A beautifully rendered scene of Whampoa, where traders were required to anchor their ships to load and unload cargo that would be ferried to Canton. In the foreground eleven ships

Lot: 553 - LARGE CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN VASE

LARGE CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN VASE First Half of the 19th Century In baluster form with ribbed cylindrical neck and gilt dragons about the shoulder. Finely enameled figural and floral cartouches on a gilt and green scrolled ground,

Lot: 554 - PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN

PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN COVERED VASES Mid-19th Century In baluster form. Decorated with figural reserves. Conforming domed covers with gilt foo dogs on red brocade balls. Heights 20".

Lot: 555 - CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN PLATTER

CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN PLATTER Last Half of the 19th Century Decorated with six alternating figural and bird, fruit and flower cartouches on a mostly green and gilt ground. Length 16.5". Mounted on a wooden base for hanging.

Lot: 556 - PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN

PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN BOUGH POTS First Half of the 19th Century Lids and sides with figural court decoration separated by raised gilt vines. Lids and bases of pots with intricate floral borders. Pots with gilt rope-turned

Lot: 557 - CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN

CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE Late 19th Century Decorated with alternating figural and floral panels with matching floral borders. Height 13". Diameter of top 14".

Lot: 558 - LARGE CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN

LARGE CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN PUNCH BOWL First Half of the 19th Century Exterior with six alternating figural and floral cartouches on a fine gilt and green scrolled ground. Interior with ten similar cartouches on the same ground.

Lot: 559 - THREE CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN

THREE CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN PLATES Mid-19th Century Largest with finely enameled central decoration of courtesan in a landscape. Rim with delicate bird, flower and butterfly decoration on a white ground. Diameter 10". The other

Lot: 560 - CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN COVERED

CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN COVERED TUREEN AND UNDERTRAY Mid-19th Century Tureen with finely enameled decoration of birds, flowers and figures on a gilt butterfly and green vine ground. Salmon red entwined handles at sides. Conforming

Lot: 561 - CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION ON CELADON PORCELAIN

CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION ON CELADON PORCELAIN DISH First Half of the 19th Century Finely detailed central figural court decoration surrounded by a flower and butterfly border. Height 2". Length 8".

Lot: 562 - SQUARE CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN

SQUARE CHINESE EXPORT ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN DISH First Half of the 19th Century Central figural decoration of figures around a table. Finely enameled border of chrysanthemums, bats and fruit on a scrolled green and gilt ground. Height 2". 9" x

Lot: 563 - CHINESE SCHOOL, 19th Century, "Ship Renown Otis

CHINESE SCHOOL 19th Century "Ship Renown Otis White Master Entering Hong Kong Feb. 8th 1860". Magnificent example of a China Trade ship portrait depicting the American clipper ship Renown off the coast of Hong Kong. A tremendous amount of shiping

Lot: 564 - CHINESE SCHOOL, 19th Century, "Ship Ringleader

CHINESE SCHOOL 19th Century "Ship Ringleader John P. White Master Entering Hong Kong Feb. [?] 1860". Unsigned. Housed in its original Chinese Chippendale frame. The Ringleader was built in Medford, Massachusetts for the firm of Howes &

Lot: 565 - BRASS-BOUND CAMPHORWOOD CHEST Dovetail

BRASS-BOUND CAMPHORWOOD CHEST 19th Century Dovetail construction. Lid with double locks. Brass bail handles at sides. Height 18". Width 39". Depth 19.5". Provenance: John Newton Marine Antiques, Maine.

Lot: 566 - RARE CHINESE EXPORT CARVED WOODEN EAGLE PLAQUE

RARE CHINESE EXPORT CARVED WOODEN EAGLE PLAQUE MADE FOR THE AMERICAN MARKET Circa 1840 Central medallion with carved and gilt American eagle clutching a polychrome American shield and three arrows. Intricately carved leaf and vine border with

Lot: 567 - CHINA TRADE CAMPHORWOOD CHEST WITH SECRETARY Made

CHINA TRADE CAMPHORWOOD CHEST WITH SECRETARY Circa 1860 Made in two parts, each with brass bail carrying handles mounted to sides. Wonderfully figured camphorwood with ebonized trim on top, sides and front. Sides of chest made from a single board.

Lot: 568 - CHINESE SCHOOL, 19th Century, An American clipper

CHINESE SCHOOL 19th Century An American clipper in heavy seas, believed to be the Empire of Boston, built at Kennebunkport in 1870. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 26" x 35". Framed 32.5" x 41.5".

Lot: 569 - CHINESE SCHOOL, 19th Century, Tea cultivation

CHINESE SCHOOL 19th Century Tea cultivation scene with figures sorting leaves. Unsigned. Originally part of a larger set made for the American and European market. Watercolor on paper, 14" x 19" sight. Framed 17.5" x 23".

Lot: 570 - CHINESE SCHOOL, 19th Century, Portrait of the

CHINESE SCHOOL 19th Century Portrait of the four-masted barque Susquehanna. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 26" x 35". Framed 30" x 39".

Lot: 571 - LESLIE ARTHUR WILCOX, English, 1904-1982, "The

LESLIE ARTHUR WILCOX English, 1904-1982 "The American Clipper Highflyer 1195 Tons at Whampoa". Signed and dated verso "L.A. Wilcox '74". Titled on frame plaque, which also indicates the Highflyer was built by Currier & Townsend of

Lot: 571A - SCHOOL OF TINGQUA, Chinese, Circa 1850, Set of

SCHOOL OF TINGQUA Chinese, Circa 1850 Set of five exceptional gouaches of Chinese ports. Includes: "Hong Kong", "Whampoa from Dane's Island", "The Pria Grande, Macao", "Bogue Forts, Canton", and "Factories at Canton Before Destruction by a Chinese

Lot: 571B - CHINESE SCHOOL, 19th Century, A view of Whampoa

CHINESE SCHOOL 19th Century A view of Whampoa Anchorage. Made for the China Trade. Provenance: Christies, January 20, 2004, Lot #360. From an Important Private Collection, Greenwich, Connecticut. Oil on canvas, 17.5" x 30.75". Framed

Lot: 571C - CHINESE SCHOOL, 19th Century, Pair of Chinese

CHINESE SCHOOL 19th Century Pair of Chinese harbor views: "The Praya Grande at Macao" and "The Bund at Shanghai. For the China Trade. Unsigned. One with label verso for Jules Lebouco, Paris. Provenance: Northeast Auctions, August 20-21, 2011,

Lot: 571D - CHINESE SCHOOL, 19th Century, Pair of reverse

CHINESE SCHOOL 19th Century Pair of reverse paintings on glass depicting domestic scenes. Made for the China Trade. From an Important Private Collection, Greenwich, Connecticut. 18" x 13.25" sight. Framed 22.5" x 17.5".

Lot: 571E - RARE AND IMPORTANT SET OF FOUR CHINA TRADE

RARE AND IMPORTANT SET OF FOUR CHINA TRADE MINIATURE PAINTINGS OF PORTS 19th Century One depicts Canton, one depicts both the inner and outer harbors of Macao, one is a very rare view of Penang, and one is an equally rare view of Saint Helena.

Lot: 571F - JOSEPH HEARD, British, 1799–1859, The Owen

JOSEPH HEARD British, 1799–1859 The Owen Potter in two positions. Circa 1850. Signed faintly lower right. Provenance: Christie's, February 17, 1998, Lot #236. From an Important Private Collection, Greenwich, Connecticut. Oil on

Lot: 571G - WILLIAM JOHN HUGGINS, British, 1781-1845, "The

WILLIAM JOHN HUGGINS British, 1781-1845 "The Frigate H.M.S. Curagos Under the Command of Captain Tower off Toulon, 1812 in a Squall". Signed lower right "Wm Huggins". Handwritten label affixed to stretcher describes the scene. From an Important

Lot: 571H - THOMAS BIRCH, Pennsylvania, 1779-1851, "A

THOMAS BIRCH Pennsylvania, 1779-1851 "A Treacherous Cove". Circa 1830. Signed and dated indistinctly lower right "T. Birch 18...". Titled on frame plaque. Provenance: Collection of Mrs. George Arden, New York. Christie's, Sale 1257, July 29,

Lot: 571I - AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19th Century, The schooner Polly

AMERICAN SCHOOL 19th Century The schooner Polly Lewis homeward bound, with a view of Boston in the background. Unsigned. Ship identified on frame plaque. Housed in a Guido of Boston frame. Provenance: Northeast Auctions, August 21-22, 2010,

Lot: 571J - MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF THE SCHOONER POLLY

MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF THE SCHOONER POLLY LEWIS American, Circa 1860 Built in twelve lifts and built-up gunwale. "Polly Lewis" marked on the aft quarter. Brass plaque affixed to backboard indicates the 566-ton Polly Lewis was built in Calais,

Lot: 571K - MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF THE SLOOP JOLLY ROGER

MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF THE SLOOP JOLLY ROGER American, 19th Century In 2-block construction. Bottom with keel, skeg and rudder painted green. Topsides finished bright. Brass plaque attached to the backboard indicates the yacht name. Backboard

Lot: 571L - LARGE CLASS A POND MODEL Hull built up in

LARGE CLASS A POND MODEL American, Early 20th Century Hull built up in plank-on-frame construction. Deadwood keel fitted with lead ballast, keg and brass rudder. Veneer deck with king plank and incised planking. Fitted with jib tack adjuster, jib

Lot: 571M - NATHANIEL LIVERMORE STEBBINS, American, 1847-1912,

NATHANIEL LIVERMORE STEBBINS American, 1847-1912 Five yachting photographs. Includes views of the Mayflower rounding the lightship, the Mayflower winning her race and the Saracen at the finish. All believed to have Stebbins marks that are

Lot: 571N - GROUP OF FIVE BEKEN & SONS YACHTING PHOTOGRAPHS

GROUP OF FIVE BEKEN & SONS YACHTING PHOTOGRAPHS British, 19th and 20th Century Views include Sir Thomas Sopwith's Tomahawk at Cowes, 1939, the Saharet, the Norlanda at Cowes, the Amphitrite and the Norada. Each signed "Beken & Son

Lot: 571O - ALBERT COOK CHURCH, American, 1880-1965, Pair of

ALBERT COOK CHURCH American, 1880-1965 Pair of America's Cup yachting photographs: "Downwind - America's Cup Race 1934", depicting Rainbow and Endeavour, and "1937 America's Cup Challenger Endeavour II". Both signed with indicia lower right

Lot: 571P - MICHAEL WHITEHEAD, British, b. 1941, "Shamrock,

MICHAEL WHITEHEAD British, b. 1941 "Shamrock, Westward, Britannia off the Needles". Signed and dated lower left "M. Whitehead 94". Titled lower left. From an Important Private Collection, Greenwich, Connecticut. Oil on canvas, 38" x 59".

Lot: 571Q - ANTHONY D. BLAKE, New Zealand, b. 1951, Shamrock

ANTHONY D. BLAKE New Zealand, b. 1951 Shamrock II tacks just ahead of Columbia during the America's Cup, Race 2, October 3, 1901. Signed lower right "A.D. Blake". Provenance: J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Fairfield, Connecticut. Bonhams,

Lot: 571R - WHALEMAN-MADE SEWING BOX WITH SURMOUNTED SWIFT

WHALEMAN-MADE SEWING BOX WITH SURMOUNTED SWIFT 19th Century Two-tier two-drawer mahogany box with turned whale ivory finials, baluster-form corner supports, drawer knobs, and turned feet. Top of each tier with ebony banding and lighter wood string

Lot: 571S - E. CAMILLAT, Turkish, 19th Century, The brig

E. CAMILLAT Turkish, 19th Century The brig Palestine of Boston off Smyrna. Circa 1830. From an Important Private Collection, Greenwich, Connecticut. Watercolor on paper, 16.5" x 22" sight. Framed 24" x 30".

Lot: 571T - AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19th Century, Miquelon of Salem,

AMERICAN SCHOOL 19th Century Miquelon of Salem, outward bound. From an Important Private Collection, Greenwich, Connecticut. Oil on panel, 21" x 27.5". Framed 25" x 32".

Lot: 571U - ITALIAN SCHOOL, 19th Century, A British ram bow

ITALIAN SCHOOL 19th Century A British ram bow paddlewheeler off the coast of Naples. Unsigned. From an Important Private Collection, Greenwich, Connecticut. Oil on canvas, 9.5" x 13". Framed 12" x 15.25".

Lot: 571V - PAIR OF FRENCH NAVAL ENGRAVINGS "Combats Navals"

PAIR OF FRENCH NAVAL ENGRAVINGS 19th Century "Combats Navals" and "Representation De Toute Sorte De Batimens De Guerre". On paper, 23" x 28.5" sight. Framed 28" x 33.5". From an Important Private Collection, Greenwich, Connecticut.

Lot: 571W - VERNIER "HEART PATTERN" SEXTANT BY HEATH & CO.,

VERNIER "HEART PATTERN" SEXTANT BY HEATH & CO., LTD. London, Circa 1912 Black oxidized brass heart-shaped frame with brass arc. Fitted with automatic clamp, telescope support, two mirrors, seven shades and wooden handle. Signed on arch. Vernier

Lot: 571X - THREE-RING BRASS "HUSUN" SEXTANT BY HENRY HUGHES &

THREE-RING BRASS "HUSUN" SEXTANT BY HENRY HUGHES & SON, LTD. London, Circa 1925 No. 46980. Blackened brass frame with 6" radius arc and inlaid steel scale. Complete with additional lenses and filters. Signed on arc. Includes original wooden box

Lot: 571Y - A-1 WALKER HARPOON SHIP'S LOG BY THOMAS WALKER &

A-1 WALKER HARPOON SHIP'S LOG BY THOMAS WALKER & SON, LTD. Birmingham, England, 19th Century An early example of a Walker log, with brass shaft, tow rope, five-fin rotating impeller, stabilizer fins, enamel-faced log, three indicators and oil

Lot: 572 - IMPORTANT SHADOW BOX DIORAMA OF PILOT BOAT NO. 8

IMPORTANT SHADOW BOX DIORAMA OF PILOT BOAT NO. 8 ESCORTING A SHIP INTO STATEN ISLAND Dated 1869 A rare and early signed and dated example. Depicts the famous and celebrated Pilot Boat No. 8 approaching a square-rigged American merchant ship in New

Lot: 573 - SHADOW BOX MODEL OF AN AMERICAN CLIPPER SHIP

SHADOW BOX MODEL OF AN AMERICAN CLIPPER SHIP HEADED TO NORWAY American, Early 20th Century Ship under full sail detailed with masts, rigging and sails. Set in a molded and painted sea. Painted sky background. Oak frame with gold liner. Height

Lot: 574 - CASED MODEL OF A STEAM-SAIL VESSEL Ship set into

CASED MODEL OF A STEAM-SAIL VESSEL Early 20th Century Ship set into rippled water. Case height 28". Length 40". Width 10".

Lot: 575 - SHADOW BOX MODEL OF THE BARK SALLY MEETING A PILOT

SHADOW BOX MODEL OF THE BARK SALLY MEETING A PILOT BOAT Late 19th/Early 20th Century Vessels set into simulated white caps. Painted sky background. Height 16.25". Width 24". Depth 5.5".

Lot: 576 - SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A BRITISH SHIP With smaller

SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A BRITISH SHIP 19th Century With smaller vessels off her bow and stern. Set into rough seas. Case height 21". Length 35". Width 9".

Lot: 577 - SHADOW BOX DIORAMA OF A HARBOR SCENE A

SHADOW BOX DIORAMA OF A HARBOR SCENE Belgian, Late 19th Century A three-masted ship, a schooner and a steam tug, each well-rigged and detailed, set in a molded and painted sea. Painted background. Molded harbor entrance with lighthouse and flags.

Lot: 578 - SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A THREE-MASTED SHIP Ship

SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A THREE-MASTED SHIP American, Early 20th Century Ship painted white and rigged with sails and rigging. Set into a paper sea. Painted background. Shadow box height 17". Width 12.5". Depth 4.5".

Lot: 579 - SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A FOUR-MASTED SHIP Depicted

SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A FOUR-MASTED SHIP American, Late 19th Century Depicted approaching a point of land. Ship painted white and rigged with sails. Set in a molded sea. Shadow box height 19.75". Width 22.5". Depth 4.75".

Lot: 580 - SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A TWO-MASTED VESSEL Nicely

SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A TWO-MASTED VESSEL 19th Century Nicely painted backdrop of a coastal scene with dunes and other ships. Shadow box height 12". Width 20". Depth 7".

Lot: 581 - SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A BRITISH STEAM-SAIL VESSEL

SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A BRITISH STEAM-SAIL VESSEL 19th Century Painted sea and landscape background. Shadow box height 11". Width 18.75". Depth 6.5".

Lot: 582 - SHADOW BOX MODEL OF AN AMERICAN SHIP Set in heavy

SHADOW BOX MODEL OF AN AMERICAN SHIP 19th Century Set in heavy seas. Shadow box height 25". Width 30.5". Depth 6".

Lot: 583 - SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A FRENCH SHIP Wonderful

SHADOW BOX MODEL OF A FRENCH SHIP 19th Century Wonderful painted background depicts a sidewheeler and other ships. Shadow box height 21". Width 30". Depth 7.25".

Lot: 584 - FRENCH SCHOOL, Late 18th Century, Portrait of a

FRENCH SCHOOL Late 18th Century Portrait of a sea captain in naval dress of the day and with a dress sword at his side. He is holding and is surrounded by tools of the trade including calipers, charts, an octant and a telescope. Unsigned.

Lot: 585 - REVERSE-PAINTED PORTRAIT OF THE 101-GUN H.M.S.

REVERSE-PAINTED PORTRAIT OF THE 101-GUN H.M.S. ROYAL ALBERT British, 19th Century Executed in black and gold. Housed in its original maple frame with gold liner. 12.25" x 14.5" sight. Framed 18" x 20.5".

Lot: 586 - SET OF TWELVE BOOK ENGRAVINGS OF DUTCH SHIPS

SET OF TWELVE BOOK ENGRAVINGS OF DUTCH SHIPS Housed in identical frames. 5.5" x 6.75" sight. Framed 11" x 13".

Lot: 587 - CARVED WOODEN SAILOR'S WHIMSY In the form of a

CARVED WOODEN SAILOR'S WHIMSY Mid-19th Century In the form of a linked chain surrounding a ball in cage. Height 12.5". On a contemporary stand. Provenance: John Sylvia Antiques, Nantucket, Massachusetts.

Lot: 588 - SET OF THREE GRADUATED COPPER HAYSTACK RUM

SET OF THREE GRADUATED COPPER HAYSTACK RUM MEASURES First Half of the 19th Century All stamped with seals from 1826. Largest two engraved with capacity "1 Gallon" and "1/2 Gallon". Heights from 7" to 10".

Lot: 589 - SEAMAN'S BRASS TOILETRY SET Includes a washbowl, a

SEAMAN'S BRASS TOILETRY SET 19th Century Includes a washbowl, a pitcher, a small footed bowl, a soap dish with insert and an oval covered box. Pitcher height 13.5".

Lot: 590 - BRASS GIMBALED WHALE OIL LAMP With double drop

BRASS GIMBALED WHALE OIL LAMP 19th Century With double drop burner. Height 6". Provenance: Chuck DeLuca Auction.

Lot: 591 - BRASS-BOUND TWO-PART CAMPAIGN CHEST In mahogany.

BRASS-BOUND TWO-PART CAMPAIGN CHEST Mid-19th Century In mahogany. Upper case with two half drawers over a full-width drawer. Lower case with two full-width drawers and turned feet. Height 41". Width 38". Depth 18".

Lot: 592 - TWO-PART CAMPAIGN CHEST WITH PULLOUT SECRETARY In

TWO-PART CAMPAIGN CHEST WITH PULLOUT SECRETARY English, Circa 1860 In mahogany. Both parts with brass bail carrying handles mounted to sides. Upper section with a pullout secretary drawer flanked on both sides by two small drawers, all above a

Lot: 593 - EIGHT-SPOKE SHIP'S WHEEL In mahogany with brass

EIGHT-SPOKE SHIP'S WHEEL 19th Century In mahogany with brass hub and ring, and two braided rope wraps on one spoke. Diameter 60".

Lot: 594 - PAIR OF SAILOR-MADE ROPEWORK BECKETS Painted green

PAIR OF SAILOR-MADE ROPEWORK BECKETS 19th Century Painted green and white. Lengths 11".

Lot: 595 - CARVED WOODEN BILLETHEAD With deeply carved

CARVED WOODEN BILLETHEAD Third Quarter of the 19th Century With deeply carved foliate design. Under old paint. Retains old label marked "Billethead from the schooner 'Ann Edmonds' 1874". Also marked "MDCCCLXXIV". Height 6.5". Length 19.5". Width

Lot: 596 - CARVED PINE YACHT BILLETHEAD With carved foliate

CARVED PINE YACHT BILLETHEAD 19th Century With carved foliate and cornucopia design. In its natural unpainted finish. Never mounted. Height 10.25". Length 14.5". Width 7".

Lot: 597 - SHIP FIGUREHEAD'S HEAD OF A MAN Believed to be off

SHIP FIGUREHEAD'S HEAD OF A MAN Early 19th Century Believed to be off the H.M.S. Leander, a fourth rate frigate in service from 1813 to 1830, serving during the Napoleonic Wars, the War of 1812 and the Barbary Wars. Figurehead was probably modeled

Lot: 598 - CARVED AND PAINTED WOODEN COPY OF A FIGUREHEAD In

CARVED AND PAINTED WOODEN COPY OF A FIGUREHEAD First Half of the 20th Century In the form of a black-haired woman wearing a blue hat and dress adorned with red flowers. Height 31".

Lot: 599 - ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS CHAMBERS, New York/England,

ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS CHAMBERS New York/England, 1808-1866 English warship at sea. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 25" x 36". Framed 29" x 40".

Lot: 600 - PAIR OF MINIATURE REPLICAS OF 19TH CENTURY BRITISH

PAIR OF MINIATURE REPLICAS OF 19TH CENTURY BRITISH NAVAL CANNONS 20th Century With tapered brass barrels with touch holes, and fitted with draw-back rigging, loading rams and other details. Mounted on oak carriages with oak wheels. Both displayed

Lot: 601 - U.S. NAVAL SWORD WITH LEATHER AND BRASS SCABBARD

U.S. NAVAL SWORD WITH LEATHER AND BRASS SCABBARD Third Quarter of the 19th Century Engraved on scabbard "Presented to Hugh Sinclair by His Friends on the USS Philadelphia". Sword etched with anchor and shield design. Overall length 35.75". Includes

Lot: 602 - U.S. NAVY CUTLASS Brass and copper hilt pierced

U.S. NAVY CUTLASS 19th Century Brass and copper hilt pierced "USN". Leather-wrapped handle. Blade stamped "Made by Ames Mfg. Co. Chicopee Mass." on one side and "1862" on the other side. Blade length 26". Overall length 31.5". Includes contemporary

Lot: 603 - BRITISH NAVAL SWORD Stamped on blade with crown

BRITISH NAVAL SWORD Early 19th Century Stamped on blade with crown over "GR". Overall length 33". Provenance: J. Kochan Fine Arts and Antiques.

Lot: 604 - DECAGONAL TELESCOPE By Ayscough, London. Mahogany

DECAGONAL TELESCOPE Circa 1750 By Ayscough, London. Mahogany barrel. Singe-draw tube with five lenses. Both lens covers present. Optics in working order. Length closed 50".

Lot: 605 - DECAGONAL ONE-DRAW TELESCOPE By Dollond of London.

DECAGONAL ONE-DRAW TELESCOPE Late 18th Century By Dollond of London. Reverse-tapered hardwood tube, probably walnut. Signed on draw "Dollond London". Optics in working order. Length closed 25". Provenance: John Newton Marine Antiques, Maine.

Lot: 606 - DAY/NIGHT SINGLE-DRAW TELESCOPE By Dollond of

DAY/NIGHT SINGLE-DRAW TELESCOPE First Half of the 19th Century By Dollond of London. Mahogany tube with brown leather wrap. Optics in working order. Length closed 20.25".

Lot: 607 - DRY CARD COMPASS The personal compass of Captain

DRY CARD COMPASS 19th Century The personal compass of Captain Peter Gartland. Walnut case. Case height 1". Width 4". Depth 4". Provenance: Barbara Johnson Whaling Collection (retains auction label Lot #462). West Sea Company, California.

Lot: 608 - BOXED DRY CARD COMPASS Mounted in box on a gimbal.

BOXED DRY CARD COMPASS Second Half of the 19th Century Mounted in box on a gimbal. Box with paper label on side for C.R. Sherman Navigation Store, New Bedford, Massachusetts. Box height 5". Box width 7". Depth 7".

Lot: 609 - CASED HADLEY QUADRANT By J. Gaitskill of London.

CASED HADLEY QUADRANT Late 18th Century By J. Gaitskill of London. Fine stepped wedge-shaped oak case painted black and marked "J. Martin" on top. Case height 4". Width 14.5". Depth 17". Provenance: John Newton Marine Antiques, Maine.

Lot: 610 - TEN-SIDED ONE-DRAW TELESCOPE With walnut case and

TEN-SIDED ONE-DRAW TELESCOPE English, Late 18th/Early 19th Century With walnut case and brass fittings. Unmarked. Length closed 38.25".

Lot: 611 - BACKSTAFF QUADRANT FRAME Unknown maker and age.

BACKSTAFF QUADRANT FRAME Unknown maker and age. Painted degree scale. Length 26.5". Width 18".

Lot: 612 - RARE AMERICAN GIMBALED STICK BAROMETER Retains

RARE AMERICAN GIMBALED STICK BAROMETER Mid-19th Century Retains label for C. Tabor & Co., New Bedford. Barometer with engraved degree scale plates and a whale ivory adjustment knob. Height 37". Provenance: John Newton Marine Antiques,

Lot: 613 - CASED OCTANT Ebonized wood frame with ivory degree

CASED OCTANT 19th Century Ebonized wood frame with ivory degree scale and ivory plaque for maker H. Whemann Vecesack. Paper label for retailer S. Thaxter & Son, Boston affixed to interior of wedge-shaped oak case. Case height 4". Length 13".

Lot: 614 - CASED PANOGRAPH By F. West Co. of London. Used to

CASED PANOGRAPH Early 19th Century By F. West Co. of London. Used to enlarge ship building and other plans. Brass frame with maker's mark. Arms marked with measurements. Maker's original paper label affixed to interior of wedge-shaped mahogany

Lot: 615 - DECAGONAL SPY GLASS Walnut tube with brass

DECAGONAL SPY GLASS Late 18th/Early 19th Century Walnut tube with brass fittings. Includes unusual fine-focus threaded lens. Optics in working order. Length closed 46.5".

Lot: 616 - ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN, New York/New

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN New York/New Jersey/Denmark, 1850-1921 The Bermuda, a two-masted black-hulled steam-sail vessel. Most of her sails are raised and she is flying the American flag from the foremast, her house flag from the rear mast

Lot: 617 - ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN, New York/New

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN New York/New Jersey/Denmark, 1850-1921 The S.S. Mineola at sea. Signed, dated and inscribed lower right "A. Jacobsen 1893 705 Palisade Av. West Hoboken NY". Further inscribed along the bottom "Chas. R. Malcolm

Lot: 618 - ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN, New York/New

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN New York/New Jersey/Denmark, 1850-1921 A steam-sail vessel with a pilot boat approaching. Signed, dated and inscribed lower right "Antonio Jacobsen N.Y. 1886 257 8th Av." Oil on canvas, 22" x 36". Framed 27.25" x

Lot: 619 - ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN, New York/New

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN New York/New Jersey/Denmark, 1850-1921 The Black Ball Line packet ship Fidelis. Signed and dated lower left "Antonio Jacobsen 1916". Provenence: Kennedy Galleries, Inc., New York. Oil on masonite, 17.75" x

Lot: 620 - ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN, New York/New

ANTONIO NICOLO GASPARO JACOBSEN New York/New Jersey/Denmark, 1850-1921 The Hudson River paddlewheel steamer C.W. Morse under moonlight with her bow searchlight lit and numerous figures on deck. Signed lower right "Antonio Jacobsen West Hoboken

Lot: 621 - ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH WALTER, British, 1783-1856,

ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH WALTER British, 1783-1856 The ship Jamaica in two positions off the coast of Dover. Unsigned. Identified on frame plaque. Oil on canvas, 28" x 47". Framed 33" x 52".

Lot: 622 - REGINALD EUGENE NICKERSON, Massachusetts,

REGINALD EUGENE NICKERSON Massachusetts, 1915-1999 Ship Princeton. Signed lower right "RE Nickerson". Oil on canvas, 24" x 38". Framed 28" x 42".

Lot: 623 - REGINALD EUGENE NICKERSON, Massachusetts,

REGINALD EUGENE NICKERSON Massachusetts, 1915-1999 Ship Star King. Signed lower right "RE Nickerson". Oil on canvas, 20" x 27". Framed 22.5" x 30.5".

Lot: 624 - WILLIAM EDWARD NORTON, Massachusetts/United

WILLIAM EDWARD NORTON Massachusetts/United Kingdom, 1843-1916 "Gloucester Harbor". Signed lower right "W.E. Norton". Titled on gallery label verso. Provenance: Richard York Gallery, New York. Oil on canvas, 20" x 30". Framed 26" x 36".

Lot: 625 - EDWARD MORAN, Pennsylvania/New York, 1829-1901, A

EDWARD MORAN Pennsylvania/New York, 1829-1901 A ship in distress. Monogrammed lower left "EM". Oil on canvas, 15" x 25". Framed 22" x 32".

Lot: 626 - ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD MORAN, Pennsylvania/New York,

ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD MORAN Pennsylvania/New York, 1829-1901 Pair of seascapes. Unsigned. Oils on board, 2.5" x 5". Framed 3.5" x 6".

Lot: 627 - ATTRIBUTED TO J. HANSEN, New York, Late 19th

ATTRIBUTED TO J. HANSEN New York, Late 19th Century New York Pilot Boat #15, the John D. Jones. Housed in a fine bird's-eye maple frame. The John D. Jones was run down in a storm the night of March 18, 1871 by the Inman Line steamer City of

Lot: 628 - JAMES GALE TYLER, Connecticut/New York, 1855-1931,

JAMES GALE TYLER Connecticut/New York, 1855-1931 "Norman's Woe". Signed and dated lower right "James G. Tyler 1888". Titled on label verso. Norman's Woe is a rock formation off Gloucester, Massachusetts that has claimed many ships over the

Lot: 629 - ELISHA TAYLOR BAKER, New York/Connecticut,

ELISHA TAYLOR BAKER New York/Connecticut, 1827-1890 "Sloop Yacht Below Hudson Highlands". Signed lower left "E.T. Baker". Titled on frame plaque. Provenance: Quester Gallery, Connecticut. Private Collection, Connecticut. Oil on canvas, 24"

Lot: 630 - EDMUND DARCH LEWIS, Pennsylvania, 1835-1910,

EDMUND DARCH LEWIS Pennsylvania, 1835-1910 Newport, Rhode Island. Signed and dated lower right "Edmund D. Lewis 1887". Watercolor and gouache on paper, 9" x 20" sight. Framed 16" x 27.25".

Lot: 631 - EDMUND DARCH LEWIS, Pennsylvania, 1835-1910,

EDMUND DARCH LEWIS Pennsylvania, 1835-1910 Beavertail Light, Jamestown, Rhode Island. Signed and dated lower right "Edmund D. Lewis 1888". Watercolor and gouache on paper, 9" x 20" sight. Framed 16" x 27.25".

Lot: 632 - EDMUND DARCH LEWIS, Pennsylvania, 1835-1910, "The

EDMUND DARCH LEWIS Pennsylvania, 1835-1910 "The Yacht Kael". Signed and dated lower left "Edmund D. Lewis 1889". Titled lower right. Provenance: The personal collection of the late Lewis "Julian" Kotekas, Manchester, New Hampshire.

Lot: 633 - WILLIAM PIERCE STUBBS, Maine/Massachusetts,

WILLIAM PIERCE STUBBS Maine/Massachusetts, 1842-1909 A three-masted ship leaving port, with a gaff-rigged sloop off her starboard and numerous sailing vessels in the distance. Signed lower left "Stubbs". From the Claflin Estate in Marion,

Lot: 634 - XANTHUS SMITH, Pennsylvania/Maine, 1839-1929, A

XANTHUS SMITH Pennsylvania/Maine, 1839-1929 A view of Edge Hill and the Brandywine River, 1881. Signed and dated verso "Xanthus Smith Edge Hill 1881". Additional inscriptions, some illegible, also on reverse. Provenance: A Montana Estate.

Lot: 635 - CASED PRESENTATION DAY/NIGHT ONE-DRAW TELESCOPE By

CASED PRESENTATION DAY/NIGHT ONE-DRAW TELESCOPE Third Quarter of the 19th Century By Dollond of London. Believed to be a German silver tube with leather wrap. Tube engraved with inscription "Carl Norges og Sverige Konge til Capitain A. C. Hawkins

Lot: 636 - RARE CASED QUADRANT Descended in the family of

RARE CASED QUADRANT Early 19th Century Descended in the family of Captain Richard W. Card, born in Summerville, Nova Scotia in 1810; family history on three paper notations affixed to the interior lid of the case. Quadrant with ebony frame, ivory

Lot: 637 - EARLY AMERICAN COMPASS Drycard compass with

EARLY AMERICAN COMPASS 18th Century Drycard compass with markings for Benjamin King of Newport, Rhode Island. Housed in a hardwood case with arms for sites and an oak cover that attaches to case with a leather strap. Handwritten paper label with

Lot: 638 - LARGE PAIR OF BRASS PARALLELS Marked "Kelvin &

LARGE PAIR OF BRASS PARALLELS Late 19th Century Marked "Kelvin & Hughes Ltd. Made in Great Britain". Length 24". Width 3.25".

Lot: 639 - VOLUME ON NAVIGATION Norie, John W., A Complete

VOLUME ON NAVIGATION Norie, John W., A Complete Epitome of Practical Navigation, and Nautical Astronomy, .... London: W.H. Rosser edition, published by Norie and Wilson, 1889. Marked with owner and ship information. Q. Calf binding.

Lot: 640 - RARE MAGNIFYING DEVICE USED TO READ CHARTS Three

RARE MAGNIFYING DEVICE USED TO READ CHARTS Early 19th Century Three glass plates set into a triangular wooden frame with knob handles at both ends. Frame under period gray paint. Height 3.25". Length 12.5". Width 3.25".

Lot: 641 - CASED DOUBLE T-FRAME OCTANT By Spencer Browning &

CASED DOUBLE T-FRAME OCTANT Circa 1840 By Spencer Browning & Co., London. Complete with all filters, sighting tubes and degree scale. Mahogany wedge-shaped case with paper label on interior for F.W. Lincoln, Jr. & Co., Boston. Case height

Lot: 642 - CASED COMPASS Octagonal mahogany case houses a

CASED COMPASS Late 19th Century Octagonal mahogany case houses a gimbaled brass compass. Card marked "S.A.W." and "Right-On Polarus." Case height 9". Width 14.5". Depth 14.5".

Lot: 643 - CASED HOLOSTERIC POCKET BAROMETER Made for the

CASED HOLOSTERIC POCKET BAROMETER French, 19th Century Made for the British market. Silvered face marked "Stormy Rain Change Fair Very Dry" in English. Also marked "Dr. A. Chevalier 158 Palais Royal Paris". Hinged red leather case. Dial diameter

Lot: 644 - CASED ARTIFICIAL HORIZON By George Stebbing of

CASED ARTIFICIAL HORIZON Early 19th Century By George Stebbing of Portsmouth. Brass and wooden instrument with stamped maker's mark. Mahogany dovetail box. Box height 5". Width 7.75". Depth 5.5".

Lot: 645 - CASED DOUBLE FRAME SEXTANT Ebonized metal frame

CASED DOUBLE FRAME SEXTANT Early 20th Century Ebonized metal frame with brass degree scale. Degree scale marked "Heath & Co. Ltd., Crayford, London". Mahogany case height 5.5". Width 10.75". Depth 10".

Lot: 646 - CASED TELESCOPE WITH TRIPOD By Bardou & Son,

CASED TELESCOPE WITH TRIPOD Second Half of the 19th Century By Bardou & Son, Paris. Brass telescope with maker's mark. Fitted mahogany case also contains mahogany tripod. Case height 5.25". Length 40.5". Depth 9.25". Tripod leg length 52".

Lot: 647 - COMPLETE SET OF THE VOYAGES OF CAPTAIN COOK IN

COMPLETE SET OF THE VOYAGES OF CAPTAIN COOK IN EIGHT VOLUMES, PLUS ATLAS VOLUME A uniformly bound set, all Q with three-quarter calf bindings with marbled boards and morocco spine bands, save for the larger folio atlas volume bound in a similar

Lot: 648 - ORIGINAL ADMIRALTY DRAWINGS FOR THE SWAN CLASS

ORIGINAL ADMIRALTY DRAWINGS FOR THE SWAN CLASS SLOOP OF WAR HORNET Circa 1775 Inscribed "Navy Office 13th Novr. 1775 A Draught for Building a Sloop of 144 Carriage Guns by Messrs Perry & Co. in pursuance of an Order from the Right Hon. the

Lot: 649 - VOLUME OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURE PLATES Includes

VOLUME OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURE PLATES Early 19th Century Includes thirty-nine numbered folding plates, all titled "Naval Architecture, Plate __", providing various construction plans for a multitude of ships and boats including an 80-gun ship, a

Lot: 650 - TWO VOLUMES ON SHIPS 1) Culver, Henry B., The Book

TWO VOLUMES ON SHIPS 1) Culver, Henry B., The Book of Old Ships. Garden City Publishing, 1926(?). 2) Culver, Henry B., Contemporary Scale Models of the Vessels of the 17th Century. N.Y.: Payson & Clarke, 1926. From an edition limited to

Lot: 651 - TWO ITEMS MADE FROM THE WRECK OF THE ROYAL GEORGE

TWO ITEMS MADE FROM THE WRECK OF THE ROYAL GEORGE Early 19th Century A circular mahogany box, diameter 3.5", and a cased carving set. Carving set includes a steel carving fork and knife with bone handles. Knife blade stamped with information about

Lot: 652 - BRITISH NAVY CANTEEN Wooden canteen under old

BRITISH NAVY CANTEEN Wooden canteen under old green paint. Carved on side "DW 1791". Diameter 8". Width 5". Provenance: Opfer Auctions. Kochan Collection. William Guthman Collection.

Lot: 653 - VOLUME PHYSICIAN FOR SHIPS Parsons, Usher, M.D.,

VOLUME PHYSICIAN FOR SHIPS Parsons, Usher, M.D., Physician for Ships; Containing Medical Advice for Seamen and Other Persons at Sea, on the Treatment of Diseases, and on the Preservation of Health in Sickly Climates. Boston: Charles C. Little and

Lot: 654 - WOODEN BOX FILLED WITH SAILMAKER SUPPLIES Includes

WOODEN BOX FILLED WITH SAILMAKER SUPPLIES 19th Century Includes needles, a sailmaker's palm, wax, twine, an awl, etc. Box height 4.75". Width 10.25". Depth 5.25".

Lot: 655 - COLLECTION OF SIX NAUTICAL REFERENCE BOOKS

COLLECTION OF SIX NAUTICAL REFERENCE BOOKS Includes The Making of a Sailor by Harlow, Ships' Figureheads by Norton, Sailing Ships of the Maritimes by Armour & Lackey, Book of the Seven Seas by Freuchen, American Nautical Art and Antiques

Lot: 656 - CAST IRON ARMADA CHEST With painted decoration of

CAST IRON ARMADA CHEST Continental, 17th Century With painted decoration of figural landscapes and flowers. Interior fitted with locking compartments. Height 18.5". Width 31".

Lot: 657 - SHIP'S WARRANT FOR THE SLOOP LOIS OF SANTO DOMINGO

SHIP'S WARRANT FOR THE SLOOP LOIS OF SANTO DOMINGO Dated August 1685. Provenance: Louis Joseph Auction Galleries, Boston, May 1975, Lot #325A.

Lot: 658 - MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF A LATE 18TH CENTURY

MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF A LATE 18TH CENTURY THREE-MASTED WARSHIP 19th Century Model with single row of cannons and upper deck guns. Hardwood backboard painted black. Backboard 7.75" x 35.75".

Lot: 659 - CASED MODEL OF THE H.M.S. BOUNTY Copper label

CASED MODEL OF THE H.M.S. BOUNTY Copper label affixed to base of case marked "H.M.S. Bounty Armed Transport 1787 Model Scale 3/16" = 1 Foot Researched & Built By Lewis Shafer". Beautifully detailed model. Drawer in base of case contains

Lot: 660 - MODEL OF THE 18TH CENTURY BRIG CABOT Hull with

MODEL OF THE 18TH CENTURY BRIG CABOT First Half of the 20th Century Hull with natural plank bottom and black and white upper stripes. Fitted with ten deck guns. Mounted on a wooden platform to fit in a case; case not present. Model height 27.5".

Lot: 661 - MODEL OF THE H.M.S. BOUNTY Hull built up in

MODEL OF THE H.M.S. BOUNTY American, 20th Century Hull built up in plank-on-frame construction, with the lower portion of the hull left unplanked to show the frame construction, and then planked above the waterline in basswood with a mahogany

Lot: 662 - EXHIBITION STANDARD MODEL OF THE AMERICAN FRIGATE

EXHIBITION STANDARD MODEL OF THE AMERICAN FRIGATE CONFEDERACY By Frank W. Gaskill (American, 20th Century). Built up in plank-on-frame construction, left unplanked on the bottom and planked above the stained ebony waist. Fitted with gunports and

Lot: 663 - SAILOR-MADE MODEL OF THE AMERICAN FRIGATE U.S.S.

SAILOR-MADE MODEL OF THE AMERICAN FRIGATE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION American, Early 20th Century Hull built up from the solid with a painted copper bottom, black topsides, and white waist. Waist cut and pierced for forty-eight guns. Detailed with

Lot: 664 - SCALE MODEL OF THE AMERICAN SHIP OF THE LINE

SCALE MODEL OF THE AMERICAN SHIP OF THE LINE COLUMBUS American, Circa 1920 Hull built up from wood and finished with a copper bottom and topsides painted black with white gunport bands cut and pierced for sixty-two lower deck guns. Stern fitted

Lot: 665 - WELL-DETAILED MODEL OF THE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION

WELL-DETAILED MODEL OF THE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION WITH ALL BUILDING DOCUMENTATION 20th Century Hull with copper painted bottom, black topsides and scored veneer deck. Deck detailed with headrails, pin and fife rails, stovepipe, capstan, ship's boats

Lot: 666 - SHIP'S LIQUOR CHEST Iron-bound oak chest with iron

SHIP'S LIQUOR CHEST 19th Century Iron-bound oak chest with iron bail handles. Painted on cover "JB Hull USN Derby Comd". Includes six liquor bottles, two tumblers and two stemmed port glasses. Glasses fitted within a tray that lifts to reveal an

Lot: 667 - SIX ITEMS PERTAINING TO THE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION A

SIX ITEMS PERTAINING TO THE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION 19th and 20th Century A papier-mâché snuff box depicting Isaac Hull, two framed prints of the Constitution, a framed period newspaper article about the Constitution's victory over the

Lot: 668 - OVAL PAPIER-MÂCHÉ TRAY DECORATED WITH

OVAL PAPIER-MÂCHÉ TRAY DECORATED WITH BATTLE SCENE OF THE U.S.S. CONSTITUTION AND H.M.S. JAVA American, Circa 1900 Titled "1812 Constituion and the 'Java'" in gilt lettering surrounding a central painted naval battle scene. Lip with

Lot: 669 - WILLIAM GILKERSON, Wisconsin, b. 1936, Close

WILLIAM GILKERSON Wisconsin, b. 1936 Close Action -- the battle between the H.M.S. Guerriere and the U.S.S. Constitution. Signed and dated lower right "WG - 97". Watercolor on paper, 13.5" x 19.5". Framed 23.5" x 29.25".

Lot: 670 - WILLIAM GILKERSON, Wisconsin, b. 1936, "U.S.S.

WILLIAM GILKERSON Wisconsin, b. 1936 " U.S.S. Constitution Off Sausalito, California, December 1845", with "Mad Jack" Percival disembarking in a boat. Signed and dated lower left "WG 96". Titled on label verso. Exhibited: U.S. Naval Academy

Lot: 671 - WILLIAM GILKERSON, Wisconsin, b. 1936, "U.S.S.

WILLIAM GILKERSON Wisconsin, b. 1936 "U.S.S. Constitution's last capture -- the American schooner H.N. Gambrill, taken off the Angola coast Nov. 3, 1853". Signed lower right "WG". Inscribed and signed "Wm Gilkerson" along bottom. Exhibited:

Lot: 672 - BRIAN BUCHEL, American, 20th Century, Old

BRIAN BUCHEL American, 20th Century Old Ironsides. Old Ironsides Signed lower right "Buchel". Provenance: Wiener Gallery, New York. Oil on board, 15" x 20". Framed 17" x 22.25".

Lot: 673 - REVERSE-PAINTING ON GLASS "CONSTITUTIONS-ESCAPE"

REVERSE-PAINTING ON GLASS "CONSTITUTIONS-ESCAPE" American, Circa 1820 7" x 9". Framed 12.5" x 14.5".

Lot: 674 - LIVERPOOL PITCHER Obverse with polychrome

LIVERPOOL PITCHER English, Early 19th Century Obverse with polychrome depiction of the three-masted ship "Ophelia" at sea, flying a long red, white and blue pennant from the central mast and an American flag off the stern. Reverse with grisaille

Lot: 675 - LIVERPOOL PITCHER Obverse with polychrome

LIVERPOOL PITCHER English, 19th Century Obverse with polychrome depiction of a three-masted vessel at sea under full sail, flying a long red, white and blue pennant from the center mast and an American flag off the stern. Reverse with grisaille

Lot: 676 - LIVERPOOL PITCHER With grisaille decoration.

LIVERPOOL PITCHER English, 19th Century With grisaille decoration. Obverse depicts an oval patriotic montage of the bust of George Washington surrounded by Lady Justice, a cherub, a liberty cap, an American flag, Lady Liberty, etc. Lobed border

Lot: 677 - LIVERPOOL PITCHER With grisaille decoration.

LIVERPOOL PITCHER English, 19th Century With grisaille decoration. Obverse depicts a three-masted ship flying a long pennant from the center mast and an American flag off the stern. Reverse depicts "Peace, Plenty and Independence." surrounded by

Lot: 678 - LIVERPOOL PITCHER With grisaille decoration.

LIVERPOOL PITCHER English, Early 19th Century With grisaille decoration. Obverse depicts a three-masted ship flying an American flag. Reverse depicts an oval vignette of figures surrounding a monument bordered by a ribbon marked with the names of

Lot: 679 - LIVERPOOL JUG Both sides with polychrome

LIVERPOOL JUG English, 19th Century Both sides with polychrome decoration. Obverse depicts a three-masted clipper ship under full sail and flying an American flag. Reverse depicts a two-masted pilot boat under full sail and flying an American flag.

Lot: 680 - HERCULANEUM OR LIVERPOOL SHALLOW BOWL Grisaille

HERCULANEUM OR LIVERPOOL SHALLOW BOWL 19th Century Grisaille decoration of a three-masted ship at sea at center and a floral border. Diameter 10.13".

Lot: 681 - CARVED AND PAINTED TRADE SIGN HEAD OF JACK TAR

CARVED AND PAINTED TRADE SIGN HEAD OF JACK TAR British, 20th Century Made for the Dutch market. Head with round sailor's hat, facial details, beard and ropework collar. Mounted on a circular base painted black and inscribed "Steunt het

Lot: 683 - MONTAGUE DAWSON, British, 1890-1973, "In Narvik

MONTAGUE DAWSON British, 1890-1973 "In Narvik Fjord". Signed lower left "Montague Dawson". Provenance: A New England Institution. The Battles of Narvik were fought from April 9 to June 8, 1940 as both naval and land battles during the

Lot: 684 - ATTRIBUTED TO CARL FREDERIK SORENSEN, Danish,

ATTRIBUTED TO CARL FREDERIK SORENSEN Danish, 1818-1879 The Battle of Lissa, 1866. Signed illegibly lower left. Provenance: A New England Institution. The Battle of Lissa, or the Battle of Vis, was a naval action fought between a British

Lot: 685 - ROY CROSS, British, b. 1924, "A Frigate of the

ROY CROSS British, b. 1924 "A Frigate of the Swedish Navy". Signed lower right "Roy Cross". Titled verso. Watercolor and gouache, 21" x 29.5". Framed 31" x 39.5".

Lot: 686 - HENRY SCOTT, British, 1911-2005, "Burying the

HENRY SCOTT British, 1911-2005 "Burying the Rail". Signed lower right "Henry Scott". Titled on frame plaque. Oil on canvas, 20" x 30". Framed 26" x 36".

Lot: 687 - MONTAGUE DAWSON, British, 1890-1973, The Night

MONTAGUE DAWSON British, 1890-1973 The Night Ferry. Signed lower left "Montague Dawson". Provenance: Frost & Reed, London, stock #46055. E.A. Cole, United Kingdom (acquired from the above in 1972). Thence by descent. Bonhams, Sale

Lot: 688 - MONTAGUE DAWSON, British, 1890-1973, "The Wind's

MONTAGUE DAWSON British, 1890-1973 "The Wind's Highway - The 'Bonita' of Boston". Signed lower left "Montague Dawson". Provenance: George Thomas Keating (1892-1976), New York and California. By descent to the present owner. The Huckins

Lot: 689 - REYNOLDS BEAL, Massachusetts/Rhode Island/New

REYNOLDS BEAL Massachusetts/Rhode Island/New York, 1866-1951 "East Harbor, Block Island". Unsigned. Provenance: Sandra B. Lepore, Inc. Private Collection, Massachusetts. Watercolor on paper, 7" x 9" sight. Framed 14.5" x 16.5".

Lot: 690 - REYNOLDS BEAL, Massachusetts/Rhode Island/New

REYNOLDS BEAL Massachusetts/Rhode Island/New York, 1866-1951 "Hedge Fence, Light Vessel Aug 13, 1910". Unsigned. Provenance: Sandra B. Lepore, Inc. Private Collection, Massachusetts. Watercolor on paper, 7.5" x 9". Framed.

Lot: 691 - FREDERIC SCHILLER COZZENS, New York, 1846-1928,

FREDERIC SCHILLER COZZENS New York, 1846-1928 The U.S.S. Kearsarge underway. Signed and dated lower left "Fred. S. Cozzens. 17". Watercolor on paper, 9.75" x 15.75" sight. Framed 16.5" x 22.5".

Lot: 692 - ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th Century, A bearded gentleman

ENGLISH SCHOOL 19th Century A bearded gentleman in a top-hat sitting by a harbor. Unsigned. Artist supply label verso for "Lechertier, Barbe & Co. 60 Regent Street, W." Provenance: Private Collection, Nantucket, Massachusetts. Oil on

Lot: 693 - HENRY SCOTT, British, 1911-2005, Clipper ship

HENRY SCOTT British, 1911-2005 Clipper ship under full sail. Signed and dated lower right "Henry Scott '65". Stamped label for London canvas preparer verso. Gallery label also on reverse for P. Polak, King Stret, London. Provenance:

Lot: 694 - HENRY SCOTT, British, 1911-2005, "Sunset off of

HENRY SCOTT British, 1911-2005 "Sunset off of Land's End - The Cutty Sark". Signed lower left "Henry Scott". Oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Framed 26.5" x 30.5".

Lot: 695 - ANTON OTTO FISCHER, New York/Germany, 1882-1962,

ANTON OTTO FISCHER New York/Germany, 1882-1962 Furling the sails. Signed lower left "Anton Otto Fischer". Oil on canvas laid down on board, 32" x 24". Framed 35" x 27".

Lot: 696 - ANTON OTTO FISCHER, New York/Germany, 1882-1962,

ANTON OTTO FISCHER New York/Germany, 1882-1962 "The Solar Star Leonard Half Out of Water ...". Signed and dated lower right "Anton Otto Fischer '27". Original illustration for The Saturday Evening Post, reproduced in the January 5, 1929 edition,

Lot: 697 - GORDON HOPE GRANT, New York/California/United

GORDON HOPE GRANT New York/California/United Kingdom, 1875-1962 "Bon Voyage". Depicts a tug escorting a three-masted schooner. Signed and dated lower right "Gordon Grant 1950". Titled on frame plaque. Watercolor and gouache, 20" x 27" sight.

Lot: 698 - GORDON HOPE GRANT, New York/California/United

GORDON HOPE GRANT New York/California/United Kingdom, 1875-1962 "The Blackball Packet". Signed lower left "Gordon Grant". Titled on frame plaque. Oil on canvas, 27" x 34". Framed 31" x 39".

Lot: 699 - CLIFFORD WARREN ASHLEY, Massachusetts, 1881-1947,

CLIFFORD WARREN ASHLEY Massachusetts, 1881-1947 Freighter under colorful skies. Signed and dated lower left "C.W. Ashley 16". Oil on canvas, 26" x 30". Framed 33.5" x 37.5".

Lot: 700 - CHARLES "FRAN" KENNEY, Massachusetts, 1919-2014,

CHARLES "FRAN" KENNEY Massachusetts, 1919-2014 "Time to Head for Home". Signed lower left "Charles F. Kenney ASMA". Titled on label verso. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Framed 22.5" x 26.5".

Lot: 701 - EXCEPTIONAL COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS ASSOCIATED

EXCEPTIONAL COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS ASSOCIATED WITH THE AMERICA'S CUP YACHT RESOLUTE Circa 1920 The Resolute, designed and built by Nathanael Greene Herreshoff for a syndicate of New York Yacht Club members, was launched in 1914 and won the

Lot: 702 - PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM PERTAINING TO THE 1930 AMERICA'S

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM PERTAINING TO THE 1930 AMERICA'S CUP RACE Circa 1930 A wonderful collection documenting an America's Cup race, album includes seventy-seven black and white photographs of the race between the American yacht Enterprise, designed by

Lot: 703 - SET OF TEN REPRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHS OF EARLY

SET OF TEN REPRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHS OF EARLY YACHTS AND EXCURSION BOATS All matted and shrink-wrapped. Images approx. 7.5" x 9.75". Matted 14" x 16".

Lot: 704 - FOUR WOOL YACHT FLAGS 1) 48-star American Jack.

FOUR WOOL YACHT FLAGS 1) 48-star American Jack. 28" x 43". 2) Yacht ensign. 22" x 34". 3) Burgee with white "C.N.Y.Y.R.A." on a bright yellow ground. Marked on hoist "1st Ithaca July 29, 1934". 12" x 19". 4) First Place burgee with white "1" on a

Lot: 705 - THREE SAILOR-MADE ROPEWORK LANYARDS AND TWO

THREE SAILOR-MADE ROPEWORK LANYARDS AND TWO BOSUN'S WHISTLES Two white lanyards and one black. One whistle is sterling silver, the other is silver plated. Provenance: The estate of U.S.S. Arizona survivor Raymond Haerry. When Haerry died in

Lot: 706 - AMERICA'S CUP BROADSIDE "See the America Cup Yacht

AMERICA'S CUP BROADSIDE Circa 1962 "See the America Cup Yacht Races U.S. vs. Australia Newport, R.I. Beginning Sept. 15 On the S.S. Potomac ..." in red and blue lettering surrounding a photographic image of the spectator boat Potomac. The race was

Lot: 707 - CURRIER & IVES LARGE FOLIO COLORED LITHOGRAPH "THE

CURRIER & IVES LARGE FOLIO COLORED LITHOGRAPH "THE SCHOONER YACHT MAGIC OF THE NEW YORK YACHT CLUB" Published 1870. Image approx. 18" x 27". Framed 26" x 34".

Lot: 708 - CURRIER & IVES LARGE FOLIO COLORED LITHOGRAPH

CURRIER & IVES LARGE FOLIO COLORED LITHOGRAPH "REGATTA OF THE NEW YORK YACHT CLUB, THE START" In need of restoration. Image size approx. 17.5" x 28". Framed 31" x 39.5".

Lot: 709 - CURRIER & IVES LARGE FOLIO COLORED LITHOGRAPH

CURRIER & IVES LARGE FOLIO COLORED LITHOGRAPH "MAYFLOWER SALUTED BY THE FLEET" "Crossing the bow of 'Galatea' in their first race for the 'America Cup' over the inside course New York Bay, Sept. 7th, 1886". Image approx. 22.25" x 28". Framed.

Lot: 710 - AFTER JAMES EDWARD BUTTERSWORTH, American/English,

AFTER JAMES EDWARD BUTTERSWORTH American/English, 1817-1894 "The American Yacht 'Puritan'". Published by Currier & Ives, 1834-1901. Provenance: Richard A. Bourne Company Auctions. Lithograph on paper, 12.5" x 18.5" sight. Framed 18" x

Lot: 711 - SILVER YACHTING TROPHY Engraved "Bensonhurst Yacht

SILVER YACHTING TROPHY American, Circa 1910 Engraved "Bensonhurst Yacht Club Cruising Races 1910 Class X Presented by C.L. Atkinson". Inscription surrounds an applied red and white striped burgee.

Lot: 712 - REPRODUCTION HERRESHOFF BRONZE SALUTING CANNON .10

REPRODUCTION HERRESHOFF BRONZE SALUTING CANNON Mid-20th Century .10 ga. Set on a teak carriage. Includes a brass-bound cherry case. Length of cannon 14.5". Case height 8.5". Width 17.75". Depth 11.5".

Lot: 713 - STEERING STAND FROM THE YACHT FANITA Together with

STEERING STAND FROM THE YACHT FANITA Late 19th Century Together with a sterling silver pitcher engraved with crossed yacht club flags over "Fanita" and inscription "To Com. J.B. Simpson from his friends ... July 1896". Finely carved mahogany

Lot: 714 - WATERLINE MODEL OF THE SCHOONER YACHT FLEET WING

WATERLINE MODEL OF THE SCHOONER YACHT FLEET WING Circa 1890 Solid hull. Well-detailed with masts, spars, sails, rigging, etc. Set in a velour sea and displayed in the original oak case. Case height 25.25". Length 34.5". Depth 10.75". The

Lot: 715 - FINE SCALE MODEL OF A SLOOP YACHT Possibly a Swan

FINE SCALE MODEL OF A SLOOP YACHT 20th Century Possibly a Swan design. Painted bottom and top sides. Deck and deckhouse painted white. Rigged with standing and running rigging, brass mast and boom, ventilators, winches, etc. Displayed on an oak

Lot: 716 - CASED MODEL OF THE SLOOP VICTORINE Case height

CASED MODEL OF THE SLOOP VICTORINE 20th Century Case height 27". Length 26". Width 8.5".

Lot: 717 - JOHN MECRAY, Rhode Island/Pennsylvania, 1939-2017,

JOHN MECRAY Rhode Island/Pennsylvania, 1939-2017 Pencil sketch of the yacht Enterprise. A cut-off view of the hull, boom and lower portion of mast and sails, typical of Mecray's work. Seventeen figures on deck, including a group of sailors

Lot: 718 - BARLOW MOORE, British, 1834-1897, "The Finishing

BARLOW MOORE British, 1834-1897 "The Finishing Line". Depicts yachts of the Royal Thames Yacht Club coming up to the finish line. Signed lower right "Barlow Moore". Titled on mat and on label verso. Watercolor on paper, 13.25" x 21.5" sight.

Lot: 719 - FIVE BLUEBACK CHARTS BY E. & G.W. BLOUNT, NEW YORK

FIVE BLUEBACK CHARTS BY E. & G.W. BLOUNT, NEW YORK 1) Sheet No. 1 - Point Judith to Cape Lookout, with additions. 1865. Folded. 47" x 32.5". 2) Sheet No. 2 - Cape Lookout to Cape Canaveral. 1860. 47.5" x 32.25". 3) "A Chart of the South

Lot: 720 - CHART OF LONG ISLAND SOUND BY GEORGE ELDRIDGE,

CHART OF LONG ISLAND SOUND BY GEORGE ELDRIDGE, BOSTON "Chart of Long Island Sound, from Newport to New York Retailed by S. Thaxter & Son, Boston". 1885. 27.25" x 105".

Lot: 721 - CHART OF VINEYARD SOUND BY GEORGE ELDRIDGE, BOSTON

CHART OF VINEYARD SOUND BY GEORGE ELDRIDGE, BOSTON Chart "C" - Vineyard Sound Lightship to Chatham. 1897. Signed upper left "Geo. W. Eldridge". 29" x 49".

Lot: 722 - SMALL BOAT'S CHART BOX Made to fit into a specific

SMALL BOAT'S CHART BOX Late 19th/Early 20th Century Made to fit into a specific hull. Mahogany top and sides, and galvanized metal bottom. Two-part hinged top. Interior painted gray. Height 6.5". Width 24". Depth 9".

Lot: 723 - FRAMED CHART OF BASS STRAIT Dated 1843. Marked

FRAMED CHART OF BASS STRAIT Dated 1843. Marked "Surveyed by Commander J.L. Stokes and the Officers of H.M.S. Beagle." Completed during the third survey voyage of the Beagle, 1837-1843. Framed 31" x 43".

Lot: 724 - TWO BLUEBACK CHARTS PUBLISHED BY RICHARD H.

TWO BLUEBACK CHARTS PUBLISHED BY RICHARD H. LAURIE, LONDON 1) "A General Chart of the Coasts of Brasil, & c. From the River Para to Buenos Ayres With Additions and Corrections". Circa 1842. 38.5" x 77". 2) "The Southern Part of the North Sea".

Lot: 725 - CHART OF BOSTON BAY PUBLISHED BY THE HYDROGRAPHIC

CHART OF BOSTON BAY PUBLISHED BY THE HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE OF THE U.S. NAVY "Coast Chart #109 - Boston Bay and Approaches with the Coast from Cape Ann to Cape Cod". 1898. 33.25" x 41.25".

Lot: 726 - CHART OF THE NEW ENGLAND COAST PUBLISHED BY THE

CHART OF THE NEW ENGLAND COAST PUBLISHED BY THE HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE OF THE U.S. NAVY "A General Chart of the Coast - No. VI. Quoddy Head to Cape Cod". 1895. 33.25" x 43.5".

Lot: 727 - CHART OF MAINE RIVERS PUBLISHED BY THE

CHART OF MAINE RIVERS PUBLISHED BY THE HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE OF THE U.S. NAVY "A Chart of the Kennebec and Sheepscot Rivers, Maine". 1868. 40" x 25.25".

Lot: 728 - * QUEEN ANNE-STYLE CANDLESTAND WITH NANTUCKET

* QUEEN ANNE-STYLE CANDLESTAND WITH NANTUCKET BASKET TOP Attributed to Bobby Marks of Oak & Ivory (Osterville, Massachusetts, Contemporary). Basket has wooden swing handle with ivory overlay; overlay engraved with a shell and seaweed design.

Lot: 729 - WILLIAM HOME LIZARS, Scottish, 1788-1859, Twelve

WILLIAM HOME LIZARS Scottish, 1788-1859 Twelve book plates of saltwater fish depicted against maritime-themed landscapes. Housed in a pair of matching frames. Each 4" x 6" sight. Framed 21.5" x 21.5".

Lot: 730 - SAILOR'S SHELLWORK OF AN AMERICAN EAGLE Composed

SAILOR'S SHELLWORK OF AN AMERICAN EAGLE Circa 1900 Composed of various multicolored shells. Depicts an eagle with an American shield at its breast at center and a rose in each corner. Housed in a painted box. Box 8.25" x 12.5". This piece is

Lot: 731 - DOUBLE SAILOR'S VALENTINE Composed of multicolored

DOUBLE SAILOR'S VALENTINE Late 19th Century Composed of multicolored shells. Left side with "Love Me", four flower blossoms and geometric design. Right side with heart and flower blossoms. Octagonal hinged walnut case. Each side 9" x 9".

Lot: 732 - DOUBLE SAILOR'S VALENTINE Composed of multicolored

DOUBLE SAILOR'S VALENTINE Late 19th Century Composed of multicolored shells. Left side with "Home Sweet Home" surrounded by a geometric design. Right side with flower blossom and double heart design. Octagonal hinged walnut case. Each side 9" x 9".

Lot: 733 - DOUBLE SAILOR'S VALENTINE Composed of multicolored

DOUBLE SAILOR'S VALENTINE Barbados, 19th Century Composed of multicolored shells. Left side with a pink and green heart within a white circle surrounded by flower and geometric designs. Right side with "Home Again" in white and brown surrounded by

Lot: 734 - EXCEPTIONAL DOUBLE SAILOR'S VALENTINE Composed of

EXCEPTIONAL DOUBLE SAILOR'S VALENTINE 19th Century Composed of multicolored shells. Left side with a heart, star and geometric design. Right side with a flower, star and geometric design. Octagonal hinged wooden case. Each side 13.5" x 13.5".

Lot: 735 - CIRCULAR SAILOR'S VALENTINE Composed of

CIRCULAR SAILOR'S VALENTINE 19th Century Composed of multicolored shells. Design of a central heart surrounded by circles and overlapping squares. Housed in a wooden frame. Diameter 20".

Lot: 736 - SAILOR'S SHELLWORK VALENTINE FOR "LOTTIE" Composed

SAILOR'S SHELLWORK VALENTINE FOR "LOTTIE" Barbados, Late 19th Century Composed of various multicolored shells and dried sea grass. Depicts a basket of flowers with "Lottie" spelled out on the basket. Housed in a wooden frame. Framed 18" x 14".

Lot: 737 - SHELLWORK GEOMETRIC DESIGN Offset triangular

SHELLWORK GEOMETRIC DESIGN Late 19th or Early 20th Century Offset triangular pattern composed of various types and colors of shells. Housed in an veneered octagonal hinged covered box with inlaid geometric border. Box height 3.5". Width 11".

Lot: 738 - MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF THE JAVELIN Hull built

MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF THE JAVELIN Late 19th/Early 20th Century Hull built up from the solid with a white painted bottom, black topsides and gold cove stripe. Deck in mahogany veneer and detailed with modeled deckhouses. Mahogany backboard

Lot: 739 - MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF A SLOOP Detailed deck.

MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF A SLOOP Circa 1880 Detailed deck. Oak backboard 8.5" x 36".

Lot: 740 - HALF MODEL OF A WIANNO SENIOR Built by Crosby

HALF MODEL OF A WIANNO SENIOR 20th Century Built by Crosby Yacht Yard. Painted green, red and white. Signed on reverse "1910 1977 M. Crosby". Length 21.5". John F. Kennedy raced a Wianno Senior named Victura , which was purchased for him in 1932

Lot: 741 - SIGNED HALF HULL MODEL OF A WIANNO, JR. Wooden

SIGNED HALF HULL MODEL OF A WIANNO, JR. 20th Century Wooden hull painted green and white. Signed on back "Malcolm M. Crosby 1980 Wianno Jr.". Length 13".

Lot: 742 - MOUNTED BUILDER'S LAMINATED HALF HULL MODEL,

MOUNTED BUILDER'S LAMINATED HALF HULL MODEL, PROBABLY A SCHOONER 19th Century With nine lifts and attached bowsprit, skeg and runner. Wooden backboard painted green. Backboard 8.75" x 41.75".

Lot: 743 - MOUNTED BUILDER'S HALF HULL MODEL OF THE SHIP

MOUNTED BUILDER'S HALF HULL MODEL OF THE SHIP GEORGE T. HAY Last Quarter of the 19th Century With ten lifts. Stenciled on backboard "A.E. Schofield 36 Mugford St. Marblehead, Mass". Rectangular pine backboard with cut corners. Backboard 12" x 48".

Lot: 744 - MOUNTED BUILDER'S HALF HULL MODEL OF AN AMERICAN

MOUNTED BUILDER'S HALF HULL MODEL OF AN AMERICAN PILOT BOAT Last Half of the 19th Century With seven lifts and applied bowsprit, skeg, rudder and mast stubs. Hull painted black with gold bottom. Backboard painted to simulate the ocean. Backboard

Lot: 745 - BUILDER'S HALF HULL MODEL OF A PACKET SHIP With

BUILDER'S HALF HULL MODEL OF A PACKET SHIP 19th Century With eleven lifts. Mounted on a later pine backboard. Backboard 16.75" x 75.5".

Lot: 746 - MOUNTED BUILDER’S HALF HULL MODEL OF THE

MOUNTED BUILDER'S HALF HULL MODEL OF THE IRON-HULLED SHIP CLUNY CASTLE British, circa 1883 Hull built up in lifts, with a painted rust red bottom and black and white topsides. Veneer deck with the planking lines drawn in India ink. Fitted with

Lot: 747 - MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF A "NAPTHA LAUNCH"

MOUNTED HALF HULL MODEL OF A "NAPTHA LAUNCH" Laminated model with five lifts. Label verso with handwritten inscription "Naptha Launch built for Mr. Bongs?, Lubec, Me., signed & built by [?] Stevens, Steuben, Me. before 1900". Pine backboard

Lot: 748 - WILLIAM HENRY COFFIN, Nantucket, 1812-1898, A

WILLIAM HENRY COFFIN Nantucket, 1812-1898 A brigantine and American schooner under full sail off Boston Light. Signed faintly lower left "W.H. Coffin". Oil on board, 34" x 54". Framed 37" x 57".

Lot: 749 - SCHOOL OF CLEMENT DREW, American, 19th Century, An

SCHOOL OF CLEMENT DREW American, 19th Century An American ship in a storm. Unsigned. Contemporary handwritten note verso: "From estate of Captain Sears -- His home and grave is on 6A just beyond Brewster line on Cape Cod -- he was shunned by his

Lot: 750 - AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19th Century, "China of Salem off

AMERICAN SCHOOL 19th Century "China of Salem off Cape Good Hope". Unsigned. Titled lower center. Provenance: Quester Gallery, Stonington, Connecticut. Watercolor on paper, 15" x 20 sight. Framed 23.25" x 29.25".

Lot: 752 - CHARLES HENRY GIFFORD, Massachusetts, 1839-1904,

CHARLES HENRY GIFFORD Massachusetts, 1839-1904 "Fishing Shanties". Possibly depicts the fishing shanties on No Man's Land off Martha's Vineyard. Signed lower right "C.H. Gifford". Provenance: Private Collection, New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Lot: 754 - AFTER JAMES EDWARD BUTTERSWORTH, Mid-19th Century,

AFTER JAMES EDWARD BUTTERSWORTH Mid-19th Century "Clipper Ship 'Flying Cloud'". Published by N. Currier, New York, 1852. Marked "E. Brown, Jr. DEL.". Conningham #114. Hand-colored lithograph, 23" x 31" sight. Framed 27" x 35".

Lot: 755 - AFTER WALTER DUBOIS RICHARDS, Connecticut/Ohio, b.

AFTER WALTER DUBOIS RICHARDS Connecticut/Ohio, b. 1907 Fog at Green's Ledge. Signed in margin lower right "Walter DuBois Richards". Numbered 20/58. Lithograph, 8.75" x 14.25" sight. Framed 13.75" x 19.5".

Lot: 756 - JOHN STOBART, Massachusetts/Florida, b. 1929,

JOHN STOBART Massachusetts/Florida, b. 1929 Pencil sketch contained within a catalog of his paintings. Sketch depicts a stern view of a three-masted sailing ship being towed by a tug. Signed and dated lower right "John Stobart Georgetown, Aug 10,

Lot: 757 - WILLIAM R. DAVIS, Massachusetts, b. 1952, "Tugboat

WILLIAM R. DAVIS Massachusetts, b. 1952 "Tugboat Narragansett Off Point Judith". Signed lower right "William R. Davis". Titled and signed verso. Label also on reverse for Roger King Gallery, Newport, Rhode Island. Oil on panel, 18" x 30". Framed

Lot: 758 - WILLIAM R. DAVIS, Massachusetts, b. 1952, "Last

WILLIAM R. DAVIS Massachusetts, b. 1952 "Last Light". Signed lower left "W. Davis". Titled verso. Provenance: Tree's Place Gallery, Orleans, Massachusetts. Private Collection, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Oil on board, 6" x 8". Framed 12" x

Lot: 759 - RYAN COOPER, Massachusetts/California, b. 1945,

RYAN COOPER Massachusetts/California, b. 1945 "Nantucket Cats". Signed and dated lower right "R. Cooper 17". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 15" x 27". Framed 19.5" x 31.5".

Lot: 760 - CAROLINE THURBER, Massachusetts/Washington,

CAROLINE THURBER Massachusetts/Washington, D.C./Ohio/France, 1864-1950 "Cutting In The Whale -- From the Log Book of the Charles Phelps". Signed lower left "C Thurber". Titled on handwritten label verso. Oil on canvas, 18" x 24". Framed.

Lot: 761 - AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19th Century, Portrait of a

AMERICAN SCHOOL 19th Century Portrait of a ship's captain holding a telescope. Inscribed lower left. Mixed media on paper, 27" x 18.5" sight. Framed 33.5" x 25.5".

Lot: 762 - WILLIAM G. MULLER, New York, b. 1937, "Bound for

WILLIAM G. MULLER New York, b. 1937 "Bound for Fall River Steamer 'Providence' Passing Under the Brooklyn Bridge, 1885". Signed and dated lower right "W.G. Muller A.S.M.A. '80". Titled verso. Oil on canvas, 26" x 38". Framed 31" x 43".

Lot: 763 - WILLIAM G. MULLER, New York, b. 1937, Bow view of

WILLIAM G. MULLER New York, b. 1937 Bow view of the steamboat Robert Fulton with her captain standing at the rail. Signed and dated lower right "W.G. Muller 1/63". Oil on masonite, 30" x 24". Framed 38.25" x 32.25".

Lot: 764 - WILLIAM G. MULLER, New York, b. 1937, The steamer

WILLIAM G. MULLER New York, b. 1937 The steamer Mary Powell. Captioned lower center "Steamer 'Mary Powell' rounding Dunderberg Mtn. while southbound for Manhattan on a summer morning in 1895". Signed lower right "Muller". Inscribed verso "William

Lot: 765 - AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19th Century, "Quincy School".,

AMERICAN SCHOOL 19th Century "Quincy School". Depicts an American eagle with flag and banner, a two-masted ship and "Quincy School" surrounded by an elegant border and flanked by anchors. Watercolor on paper, 16" x 12.5" sight. Framed 18" x 15".

Lot: 766 - LOG BOOK OF THE BRIG CLARA PICKENS OF PROVIDENCE,

LOG BOOK OF THE BRIG CLARA PICKENS OF PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND Commanded by Joseph B. Rogers. Contains entries from April 19, 1870 to July 8, 1871 on voyages from New Orleans to Boston to New Orleans to Italy, to Messina, to New York, to New

Lot: 767 - TWO RECORD BOOKS FROM THE SHIP HELLESPONT OF

TWO RECORD BOOKS FROM THE SHIP HELLESPONT OF BOSTON Primarily kept by Martin Sampson in 1833 and 1834, but includes entries in other hands and at least one dated 1832. Records the loading and unloading of goods including rice, molasses, corn and

Lot: 768 - LOG BOOK OF THE SCHOONER JASON OF MACHIAS

LOG BOOK OF THE SCHOONER JASON OF MACHIAS Commanded by Stephen E. Sawyer. Covers several shipping voyages circa 1873-1875. Kept in a folio pre-printed ledger with paper boards. Includes a contemporary slipcase with interior watercolor of a

Lot: 769 - STEAMSHIP CITY OF RICHMOND SILVER PRESENTATION CUP

STEAMSHIP CITY OF RICHMOND SILVER PRESENTATION CUP Circa 1852 An early artifact relating to the American merchant steam-sail era. Engraved on one side with presentation inscription "To Thomas C. Dudley Purser of Steamship City of Richmond From his

Lot: 770 - TWO-PART DROP-LEAF TABLE FROM THE S.S. GOVERNOR

TWO-PART DROP-LEAF TABLE FROM THE S.S. GOVERNOR COBB OF THE EASTERN STEAMSHIP LINE Early 19th Century In mahogany. Rectangular molded-edge top fitted with recessed covered pen and ink holders and a pair of double brass and glass candleholders.

Lot: 771 - ALBUMEN PHOTOGRAPH DEPICTING THE LAUNCH OF THE

ALBUMEN PHOTOGRAPH DEPICTING THE LAUNCH OF THE SIX-MASTED SCHOONER GEORGE W. WELLS The George W. Wells was the first six-masted schooner. She launched in Camden, Maine on August 4, 1900 and had a home port of Boston. She was lost September 3,

Lot: 772 - N.L. STEBBINS ALBUMEN PHOTOGRAPH OF THE SIX-MASTED

N.L. STEBBINS ALBUMEN PHOTOGRAPH OF THE SIX-MASTED SCHOONER GEORGE W. WELLS UNDER FULL SAIL Early 20th Century Impressed Stebbins signature lower right. 6.75" x 9.25" sight. Framed 12.25" x 15.25".

Lot: 773 - TWELVE PHOTOGRAPHS PERTAINING TO THE CONSTRUCTION

TWELVE PHOTOGRAPHS PERTAINING TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SEVEN-MASTED SCHOONER THOMAS W. LAWSON Official photographs taken in 1901 and 1902 showing the schooner in various stages of construction. Most dated and marked "F.R.S.& E. CO." (Fall

Lot: 774 - TWO SHIPPING LISTS FROM NOVA SCOTIA Dated 1883 and

TWO SHIPPING LISTS FROM NOVA SCOTIA Dated 1883 and 1885. Framed 29.25" x 21" and 28.25" x 22".

Lot: 775 - TWO SHIP'S DOCUMENT BOXES Together with John Alden

TWO SHIP'S DOCUMENT BOXES American, Mid-19th Century Together with John Alden yacht blueprints. Both boxes under deep blue paint. One with "S.D.D. 1850" in yellow lettering. The other with "S.D.D. & Son 1853" in yellow lettering. Heights 10".

Lot: 776 - THREE NAVAL DOCUMENTS 1) U.S. Naval Academy

THREE NAVAL DOCUMENTS 20th Century 1) U.S. Naval Academy diploma awarded to Francis Edward Clark. Dated June 3, 1937. Signed by assorted Academy staff and affixed with seal. Text flanked by assorted maritime and patriotic vignettes including

Lot: 777 - WELL-DETAILED MODEL OF THE CLIPPER SHIP ANN MCKIM

WELL-DETAILED MODEL OF THE CLIPPER SHIP ANN MCKIM American, 20th Century Hull built up from wood and finished with a copper bottom. Hull painted black with white topsides. Pierced with twelve gun ports and fitted with brass deck guns. Stern with

Lot: 778 - CASED MODEL OF THE PILOT BOAT MARY TAYLOR Plaque

CASED MODEL OF THE PILOT BOAT MARY TAYLOR 19th Century Plaque on base engraved "Pilot Boat Mary Taylor 1842". Case height 18.5". Length 19.5". Width 4.5".

Lot: 779 - WORKING MODEL OF THE TUGBOAT TITAN OF LE HAVRE

WORKING MODEL OF THE TUGBOAT TITAN OF LE HAVRE 20th Century Pre-formed wood hull with painted red bottom and black and blue topsides. Deck with bow bumper, anchor windlass, bollards, deck hatch, main deck house with windows and doors, railings,

Lot: 780 - LARGE FRAMING MODEL OF A MOTOR YACHT Could be

LARGE FRAMING MODEL OF A MOTOR YACHT Circa 1910 Could be converted for use as a table. Height 16". Length 101". Width 26.5".

Lot: 781 - MODEL BUILDER'S CHEST Includes numerous templates

MODEL BUILDER'S CHEST Late 19th / Early 20th Century Includes numerous templates for building half hulls as well as two partially completed hulls. Chest height 11". Width 31". Depth 12.5".

Lot: 782 - LIFE SAVING SERVICE BOAT MODEL Model of a style of

LIFE SAVING SERVICE BOAT MODEL American, Circa 1920 Model of a style of lifeboat designed in the 1920s by George F. Hall, a prominent Rhode Island architect. Model under original gray paint. Wheels with brass rims and brass geared retracting posts.

Lot: 783 - SMALL CASED MODEL OF A THREE-MASTED SAILING SHIP

SMALL CASED MODEL OF A THREE-MASTED SAILING SHIP Early 20th Century Case height 11.75". Length 15.5". Width 7.5".

Lot: 784 - TWO MARITIME ITEMS 1) Small hanging shadow box

TWO MARITIME ITEMS 1) Small hanging shadow box diorama of a four-masted sailing ship off a lighthouse. Height 3.5". Width 7.5". 2) Carved wooden sailing ship at drydock, with base simulating water. Underside of base depicts five whale stamps.

Lot: 785 - COLLECTION OF EIGHT SHIPS IN BOTTLES With varied

COLLECTION OF EIGHT SHIPS IN BOTTLES With varied styles of sailing vessels. Largest with three ships. Lengths from 2.75" to 13.5".

Lot: 786 - MODEL OF THE EMMA C. BERRY Built up wood hull with

MODEL OF THE EMMA C. BERRY American, 20th Century Built up wood hull with a painted red bottom, white waterline and black topsides. Vessel's name lettered in gold on either side of the bow and transom. Veneer decks scored to replicate planking and

Lot: 787 - MODEL OF THE YACHT ALCEST Hull built up in wood,

MODEL OF THE YACHT ALCEST Continental, Late 19th Century Hull built up in wood, with a painted black bottom and bright finished topsides. Detailed with decorative carvings, applied window frames and scroll motifs, affixed leeboards and floats, and

Lot: 788 - MODEL OF THE 16-GUN BRIG FAIR AMERICAN Black hull

MODEL OF THE 16-GUN BRIG FAIR AMERICAN 20th Century Black hull with white bottom. Detailed with rigging, deck grates, figurehead, etc., and with a flag flying off the stern. Displayed on a contemporary wooden cradle. Height on cradle 24.25".

Lot: 789 - BUILDER'S PRESENTATION MODEL OF AN ORE/OIL SHIP By

BUILDER'S PRESENTATION MODEL OF AN ORE/OIL SHIP By Christopher Stuhrmann, Hamburg, for A.G. Weser, Bremen, 1956. Built in 1:100 scale. Hull built up in wood and painted with a red bottom, blue waterline and gray topsides. Detailed with anchors,

Lot: 790 - SIGN AND OTHER MEMORABILIA COMMEMORATING THE

SIGN AND OTHER MEMORABILIA COMMEMORATING THE DISCOVERY OF THE WRECK OF THE TITANIC Circa 1985 Sign marked "R/V Knorr Agor-15 Voyage 115-3 Operation Titanic Aug. 15-Sept. 9, 1985 W.H.O.I. IFREMER" surmounted by a plexiglass sign with Office of

Lot: 791 - MAHOGANY AND BRASS SHIP'S BAROMETER Marked on face

MAHOGANY AND BRASS SHIP'S BAROMETER 20th Century Marked on face "J.J. B.L.M.16 a 22 R.N. Desterro Lisbon". Includes brass gimbal mount. Length 37".

Lot: 792 - CASED CELESTIAL SEXTANT By Husun. Retailed by H.

CASED CELESTIAL SEXTANT First Half of the 20th Century By Husun. Retailed by H. Hughes & Son Ltd., London. Ebonized metal frame with brass degree scale. Maker's original paper label in brass frame on interior of mahogany case. Case height

Lot: 793 - CASED YACHT BINNACLE Mahogany case with compass

CASED YACHT BINNACLE Late 19th Century Mahogany case with compass marked "D. Baker" and brass sidelight by Dietz. Height 13.5". Width 16". Depth 14.75".

Lot: 794 - CASED STATION POINTER With brass measuring wheel

CASED STATION POINTER First Half of the 20th Century With brass measuring wheel and brown metal arms. Central arm marked "Troughton & Simms London". Instruction booklet affixed to interior lid of mahogany case. Case height 2". Width 19.25".

Lot: 795 - SPUN BRASS DESK BOX IN THE FORM OF A WINCH Gold

SPUN BRASS DESK BOX IN THE FORM OF A WINCH Early 20th Century Gold and enameled mount on cover marked "US Naval Academy ...". Height 6". Diameter 7".

Lot: 796 - TIDE CLOCK AND BAROMETER SET With brass cases and

TIDE CLOCK AND BAROMETER SET 20th Century With brass cases and silvered dials marked "Time & Tide". Mounted together on a wooden backboard with rope embellishment. Dial diameters 3.5". Backboard 9.25" x 19".

Lot: 797 - CASED U.S. NAVY SPY GLASS Spy glass with brass

CASED U.S. NAVY SPY GLASS 20th Century Spy glass with brass mounts and leather wrap. Fitted oak case with label marked "Beck-Lee Corporation 10-Power Officer-Of-The-Deck Spyglass". Case height 3.75". Length 24.75". Width 3.75".

Lot: 798 - CASED U.S. NAVY SPYGLASS Spyglass with ebonized

CASED U.S. NAVY SPYGLASS 20th Century Spyglass with ebonized fittings and twine-style tube. Fitted oak case with label marked "U.S. Navy Spyglass Quartermaster Mark II 16 Power". Case height 4.5". Length 32.5". Width 4.75".

Lot: 799 - COPPER AND BRASS INSTRUMENT CASE For a Welch Fixed

COPPER AND BRASS INSTRUMENT CASE First Half of the 20th Century For a Welch Fixed Cistern barometer. Case with glass panel and brass mounts. Retains manufacturer's label marked "W.M. Welch Scientific Company". Height 42.5". Width 6.25". Depth 5.5".

Lot: 800 - U.S. NAVY BRASS BAROMETER Made by W.N. Welch

U.S. NAVY BRASS BAROMETER 20th Century Made by W.N. Welch Manufacturing Company. Mounted to a wall plaque. Brass manufacturer's label on plaque. Plaque height 42.5". Width 7".

Lot: 801 - PAIR OF STIDD LOW-BACK ADMIRAL CHAIRS Used on a

PAIR OF STIDD LOW-BACK ADMIRAL CHAIRS American, Circa 1990 Used on a custom-built Shelter Island Runabout but now mounted for residential use on custom teak bases with inset wheels. Original pale green upholstery with navy blue piping and

Lot: 802 - SHIP'S WHEEL DINING TABLE Made from a large Late

SHIP'S WHEEL DINING TABLE Made from a large Late 19th Century mahogany nine-spoke ship's wheel with brass banding set on a contemporary capstan-style base. A true statement piece in any maritime collector's home. Height 26.5". Diameter 76".

Lot: 803 - PATRIOTIC PAINTING Depicts an eagle grasping an "E

PATRIOTIC PAINTING American, Early 20th Century Depicts an eagle grasping an "E Pluribus Unum" banner in its beak, an American shield, arrows and an American flag. Mixed media and gouache with applied feathers, 12.75" x 15.5" sight. Framed 15.5" x

Lot: 804 - WALNUT EIGHT-SPOKE SHIP'S WHEEL With iron hub and

WALNUT EIGHT-SPOKE SHIP'S WHEEL Late 19th/Early 20th Century With iron hub and brass ring. Diameter 50.25".

Lot: 805 - SHIP'S DEADEYE Retains original iron hook and

SHIP'S DEADEYE Last Half of the 19th Century Retains original iron hook and braided leather strap. Length 17". Width 6.5".

Lot: 806 - PAIR OF COPPER MASTHEAD LIGHTS Semi-circular

PAIR OF COPPER MASTHEAD LIGHTS Early 20th Century Semi-circular copper bodies with bail handles, hinged flues, post mounts and sliding backs. Fresnel lenses. Electrified. Heights 23". Widths 12". Depths 12".

Lot: 807 - DOCKING LANTERN Used to guide vessels into a slip.

DOCKING LANTERN Last Quarter of the 19th Century Used to guide vessels into a slip. Under brick red paint. Marked "S.G. & L. Co. Syracuse, N.Y." and stenciled "Marine Signal No. 2". Unusual Fresnel lens with oval bull's-eye at front. Retains

Lot: 808 - BRASS ONION LAMP Labeled "R.C. Murray & Co.

BRASS ONION LAMP Last Half of the 19th Century Labeled "R.C. Murray & Co. Glasgow". Retains old brass burner, probably not original. Height 14.25".

Lot: 809 - YACHT BINNACLE Hexagonal glass cover encloses an

YACHT BINNACLE Late 19th/Early 20th Century Hexagonal glass cover encloses an unmarked drycard compass. Hexagonal walnut base with brass ring handles mounted to sides and applied moldings forming geometric and diamond designs on each face. Height

Lot: 810 - AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19th Century, A yacht race., Oil

AMERICAN SCHOOL 19th Century A yacht race. Unsigned. Wonderfully active scene with numerous yachts on tack and paddlewheelers ferrying onlookers. Oil on canvas, 27.5" x 47.5". Framed 29.5" x 50.5".

Lot: 811 - PAIR OF WOODEN DECK CHAIRS Each with brass labels

PAIR OF WOODEN DECK CHAIRS Mid-20th Century Each with brass labels inscribed "Queen Mary" and "1st Class Only" affixed to foot rails. Back heights 35.5". Lengths 56.5".

Lot: 812 - SILVER PLATED COFFEE SET FOR THE UNITED STATES

SILVER PLATED COFFEE SET FOR THE UNITED STATES Includes a coffepot, creamer and sugar bowl, each with an enameled red, white and blue burgee of the United States. Marks for Smith Silver Co., Bridgeport, Connecticut. Coffeepot height 8.5".

Lot: 813 - SET OF NINE MINTON PORCELAIN PLATES FOR THE UNITED

SET OF NINE MINTON PORCELAIN PLATES FOR THE UNITED STATES Rims with "United States" above the red, white and blue burgee of the vessel. Gilt borders. Retailer's mark for Davis Collamore & Co., New York. Diameters 9". Provenance: New

Lot: 814 - HORACIO GARCIA, American, 1878-1942, "The

HORACIO GARCIA American, 1878-1942 "The passenger ship S.S. Fresia headed out to sea". Signed and dated lower right "H. Garcia 1923". Provenance: Richard A. Bourne Company Marine Auction, August 5, 1986. Oil on canvas, 32" x 45". Framed 39"

Lot: 815 - JEROME HOWES, New York/Massachusetts/Vermont, b.

JEROME HOWES New York/Massachusetts/Vermont, b. 1955 Whaleships Essex and Chili of Nantucket at anchor. Signed lower right "Jerome Howes". Oil on canvas, 30" x 40". Framed 36" x 46".

Lot: 816 - JEROME HOWES, New York/Massachusetts/Vermont, b.

JEROME HOWES New York/Massachusetts/Vermont, b. 1955 Sailboats off the coast. Signed lower right "Jerome Howes". Oil on masonite, 16" x 20". Framed 20" x 24".

Lot: 817 - VERNON GEORGE BROE, Maine/Illinois, 1930-2011,

VERNON GEORGE BROE Maine/Illinois, 1930-2011 Catboats under sail. Signed lower right "Vern Broe". Oil on canvas board, 18" x 28". Framed 22" x 32.25".

Lot: 818 - T. BAILEY, American, Late 19th Century, The ship

T. BAILEY American, Late 19th Century The ship J.H. McClellan. Signed lower right "T. Bailey". Oil on canvas, 23" x 32". Framed 28" x 37".

Lot: 819 - JAMES GALE TYLER, New York/Connecticut, 1855-1931,

JAMES GALE TYLER New York/Connecticut, 1855-1931 A tug passing ships at dock. Signed lower left "J.G. Tyler". Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Oil on canvas, 22" x 18". Framed 33" x 29".

Lot: 820 - PERCY A. SANBORN, Maine, 1849-1929, A steamer off

PERCY A. SANBORN Maine, 1849-1929 A steamer off a rocky coast. Signed lower left "Sanborn". Oil on canvas, 9" x 14". Framed 16.5" x 21.5".

Lot: 821 - PERCY A. SANBORN, Maine, 1849-1929, Ship Glory of

PERCY A. SANBORN Maine, 1849-1929 Ship Glory of the Seas under full sail. Signed lower right "Percy Sanborn". Inscribed along bottom center "Ship Glory of the Seas; J. Knowles, Master. Built by Donald McKay, East Boston, 1869." Oil on canvas,




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