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Auctioneer Bourgeault Horan Antiquarians 603-433-8400
Auction Date Aug 18 Auction
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Lot: 1 - AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD FULL STOCK

Characteristic of Worcester County, Massachusetts long guns; stock with raised carving around trigger guard and lock with beaver tail.Note: The 1790 Federal Census lists both William Ayres and William Ayres, 2nd, as heads-of-households in Brookfield,

Lot: 2 - KENTUCKY FLINTLOCK RIFLE WITH CURLY MAPLE STOCK

Half octagonal and smooth bore. Barrel length 39 3/4 inches.

Lot: 3 - PENNSYLVANIA KENTUCKY RIFLE WITH EARLY FLINTLOCK

With fancy brass furniture, elaborately carved cheek piece, tiger maple stock and oval inlays on forestock. Barrel length 39 3/4 inches.

Lot: 4 - NEW YORK CHERRY STOCK LONG GUN MARKED "J.M.

With proof marks on barrel, smooth bore, three ramrod pipes, and brass furniture. Barrel length 45 inches.

Lot: 5 - BOY'S PERCUSSION LONG GUN WITH FIGURED WALNUT

With brass furniture, double set triggers, carved cheek piece, and smooth bore, length of barrel 29 1/4 inches.

Lot: 6 - PENNSYLVANIA TIGER MAPLE STOCK OCTAGONAL LONG GUN

With percussion lock, brass furniture, and double set triggers marked "CF" in script. Interesting repair to patch box and rifled bore. Barrel length 43 1/2 inches.

Lot: 7 - SPRINGFIELD 1845 MILITARY MUSKET IN THE BLACK.

Percussion lock stamped "SPRING/FIELD/ 1845/ U.S." Barrel length 41 3/4 inches.

Lot: 8 - PERCUSSION PISTOL WITH 8 INCH HALF-OCTAGONAL BRASS

With engraved iron lock and furniture and silvered escutcheon. Includes some alterations.

Lot: 9 - EIGHTEENTH CENTURY FRENCH FLINTLOCK PISTOL WITH 8

Carved walnut stock and steel engraved furniture.

Lot: 10 - FLINTLOCK PISTOL STAMPED "EXTRA SHARPE PROOF" WITH

With silvered escutcheon on walnut stock engraved "JH" and "Sharpe" stamped on lock.

Lot: 11 - FRENCH MILITARY MODEL 1733 DRAGOON FLINTLOCK

With brass furniture; Armory Crown mark on lock and proof marks on barrel.

Lot: 12 - FLINTLOCK PISTOL MARKED "LONDON" WITH 9 3/4 -INCH

With brass hardware and lock marked "PHILLIPS."

Lot: 13 - PERCUSSION PISTOL MARKED "LONDON WARRANTED" WITH 5

With curly maple stock and octagonal bore.

Lot: 14 - SHARPES 1859 PATENT FOUR BARREL DERRINGER WITH

Partial visible mark "&CO /Philada P.A." and "C. PATENT 1859" on obverse, barrel length 3 inches.

Lot: 15 - ENGLISH STEEL FLINTLOCK TINDER PISTOL WITH WALNUT

With sideplate stamped "TROM" and side compartment for tinder and candle. Overall length 8 1/2 inches.

Lot: 16 - FRENCH FLINTLOCK EPROUVETTE POWDER TESTER WITH

Walnut stock and engraved steel, overall length 10 inches.

Lot: 17 - ENGLISH ENGRAVED STEEL FLINTLOCK POWDER TESTER

The walnut stock with marker's mark, overall length 7 inches.

Lot: 18 - AMERICAN MILITIA DRUM WITH EAGLE AND SHIELD

Handwritten interior label "Nathan Darling, Groton," inside of drum. Height 17 inches, diameter 17 inches.

Lot: 19 - LARGE AMERICAN DRUM, THE BANDS PAINTED IN RED,

Now fitted with a glass top. Height 20 inches, diameter 30 inches.

Lot: 20 - CIVIL WAR THIRTEEN-STAR BATTLE FLAG FROM A UNION

Purportedly from Wyandotte, Michigan. 26 1/2 x 67 1/2 inches. The flag encased in a modern frame with an acid-free mat and note regarding provenance inscribed, "This flag was given to my father Geo W. Marshall when but a lad of nine by a Civil War

Lot: 21 - WHEN THIS YOU SEE, DRINK TO ME ENGRAVED HORN

Lengths 4 3/4, 11 3/4, and 12 1/2 inches. The second found in Allentown area, Berks County.

Lot: 22 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD ARTICULATED

Height of figure 11 1/4 inches.

Lot: 23 - ABBOTT FULLER GRAVES (AMERICAN 1859-1936). READY

Oil on canvas, 34 1/4 x 21 1/2 inches. Signed "Abbott Graves" l.r. Handwritten letter reads, "Dear Dr. Unity - Your letter was received by me a couple of weeks ago in N.Y. & and I have delayed answering till now - The picture you speak of "Ready

Lot: 24 - AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTING OF 'OUR COUNTRY'

Oil on canvas, 19 x 15 inches.

Lot: 25 - LATER ENGRAVED NEW YORK MAP POWDERHORN OF "LT

Engraving 20th century, length 12 1/2 inches.

Lot: 26 - LATER ENGRAVED CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA MAP

Engraving 20th century, "R.S. Boylston, Aiken SC" engraved around base rim, length 15 1/4 inches.

Lot: 27 - MAKE READY PRESENT / FIRE LATER ENGRAVED

Engraving 20th century, length 12 1/2 inches.

Lot: 28 - PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF FRENCH ADMIRAL FRANCOIS

PAINTED BY MONSIEUR GESLAIN (FRENCH, ACT. CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, 1796, 1802). Of oval form, watercolor on ivory, 2 x 1 3/4 inches. Signed "Geslain fecit" c.l. In a brass bezel and wood frame, 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches. The reverse with an

Lot: 29 - CHARLES WILLSON PEALE (AMERICAN 1741-1827).

Watercolor on ivory, 1 3/8 x 1 inch. The young blue-eyed woman wearing a rose pink gown with pearl jewelry and hair ornaments. The miniature surrounded by a border of plaited light blonde hair and mounted in a pendant rose-colored brass case, 2 1/4 x

Lot: 30 - GOLD AND ANIMAL HOOF PIPE TAMPER INSCRIBED "NS/ I

Fitted in a cylindrical carved horn case. Length of tamper 2 1/2 inches. James Birkett, originally from Lancaster, England, emigrated to the British West Indies as part of a missionary effort to establish Quakerism in Antigua and Tortola. A prominent

Lot: 31 - RARE WALNUT CARVED PRESENTATION CUP OF A HUNTER

Height 6 inches.

Lot: 32 - LARGE BRASS SALUTE CANON, THE STRONG MFG. COMPANY,

Breach loading with a shell ejector on a mahogany carriage. Length of barrel with partial maker's mark, 29 1/2 inches, overall length 39 inches.

Lot: 33 - ENGRAVED MAP OF THE MID-ATLANTIC AND NEW ENGLAND

Sheet size, 20 3/4 x 24 1/2 inches; frame 23 1/4 x 27 inches.Double-page handcolored engraving including a large inset view of New Amsterdam, the third known engraved view of New York City, with a key to the buildings below the image.

Lot: 34 - A MAP OF LOUISIANA AND OF THE RIVER MISSISSIPPI,

19 1/4 x 23 inches, sight. Double-page engraved map after Delisle with partial handcoloring in outline.

Lot: 35 - CHINESE CLOISSONNE VASE WITH CROSSED AMERICAN AND

Height of vase 8 1/2 inches. Provenance: According to family tradition, these pieces were presented to Charles Wilson Eliason, U.S. Navy Captain and Paymaster aboard the U.S. Battleship Louisiana, when the ship visited China. The Louisiana was one of

Lot: 36 - FORTY-FIVE STAR U.S. NAVY JACK/ UNION JACK, FLOWN

Machine stitched wool bunting with double-sided hand appliqued cotton stars, the header stencilled "U.J. No.4" and forming a casing for a cord with wooden handle, 57 x 81 inches. Provenance: Charles Wilson Eliason (1871-1945) of Richmond, Virginia,

Lot: 37 - AMES M1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER'S SWORD.

Brass hilt with pierced scrollwork, steel blade with "US" and "AMES MFG CO/CHICOPEE/MASS.," steel scabbard with original blueing, blade length 30 1/2 inches.

Lot: 38 - 'THE CONSTITUTION IN CLOSE ACTION WITH THE

Each view inscribed "Bentley Wear & Bourne Engravers & Printers Shelton Staffordshire." Height 8 inches.Literature: This jug is discussed and illustrated in S. Robert Teitelman, Patricia A. Halfpenny and Ronald W. Fuchs II, "Success to

Lot: 39 - 'UNION TO THE PEOPLE OF AMERICA, CIVIL AND

Height 10 1/2 inches. Robert H. McCauley, "Liverpool Transfer Designs on Anglo-American Pottery," pp. 123-124, n. 202 and pl. XXIX; and p. 91, n. 66.

Lot: 40 - 'MAP OF THE EAST COAST OF NORTH AMERICA' AND

Height 9 3/8 inches. Literature: This jug is discussed and illustrated in S. Robert Teitelman, Patricia A. Halfpenny and Ronald W. Fuchs II, "Success to America: Creamware for the American Market featuring the S. Robert Teitelman Collection at

Lot: 41 - 'MAP OF THE EAST COAST OF NORTH AMERICA,' 'SUCCESS

Height 10 inches. Literature: This jug is discussed and illustrated in S. Robert Teitelman, Patricia A. Halfpenny and Ronald W. Fuchs II, "Success to America: Creamware for the American Market featuring the S. Robert Teitelman Collection at

Lot: 42 - 'JANE GOODWIN, BOSTON' AND 'BOSTON LIGHTHOUSE,'

Height 9 inches. Literature: This jug is discussed and illustrated in S. Robert Teitelman, Patricia A. Halfpenny and Ronald W. Fuchs II, "Success to America: Creamware for the American Market featuring the S. Robert Teitelman Collection at

Lot: 43 - 'SUCCESS TO AMERICA WHOSE MILITIA IS BETTER THAN

Height 8 3/8 inches. Probably printed by F. Morris, Shelton.Literature: This jug is discussed and illustrated in S. Robert Teitelman, Patricia A. Halfpenny and Ronald W. Fuchs II, "Success to America: Creamware for the American Market featuring the

Lot: 43A - 'PICTURESQUE VIEW OF THE STATE OF THE NATION FOR

Diameter 9 3/4 inches.Literature: This jug is discussed and illustrated in S. Robert Teitelman, Patricia A. Halfpenny and Ronald W. Fuchs II, "Success to America: Creamware for the American Market featuring the S. Robert Teitelman Collection at

Lot: 44 - SOUTHWEST NATIVE AMERICAN COILED BASKET WOVEN WITH

Height 14 inches.

Lot: 45 - PAIR OF MASSACHUSETTS LEATHER FIRE BUCKETS.

Height 12 inches. One marked "Hydrant 1, Milton, 1846," the other "Milton 1, H & L."

Lot: 46 - LEATHER FIRE BUCKET "GROTON (MASSACHUSETTS) FIRE

Overall height 19 inches.

Lot: 47 - TWO SCRIMSHAW WHALE'S TEETH, MID NINETEENTH

Lengths 6 1/4 inches and 4 1/4 inches. The first with a sailor and a lady under a palm tree and a sailor holding a duffle bag and an American flag on the reverse.The second with two sailing ships approaching a lighthouse and a village scene on the

Lot: 48 - HARRY VREELAND (AMERICAN, 1908-1982), GREENLAWN,

With brass plaque inscribed "Green-Winged Teal/ H.W. Vreeland." Imperfections. Height 26 1/2 inches, width 19 inches, depth 10 inches.

Lot: 48A - TWELVE-INCH TERRESTRIAL TABLETOP GLOBE, JOSIAH

The handcolored engraved paper gores with Loring's cartouche and date "1859" below, the papered horizon ring with zodiac figures and months of the year. On a turned maple stand, height 19 inches, diameter 16 3/4 inches.

Lot: 49 - THE REVEREND STEPHEN BATCHELDER'S FAMILY FRESIAN

Height 9 1/2 inches, width 4 3/4 inches, depth 2 inches. The box has a wonderful early, if not original surface. On the side of the box is a crudely carved date 165?. An article “Historic Hampton” in “The Granite Monthly” for

Lot: 50 - RARE NEW HAMPSHIRE ENGRAVED SILVER SUGAR NIPPERS,

Length 4 1/2 inches.Literature: The Decorative Arts of New Hampshire 1725-1825, Currier Gallery of Art, Illustrated no.96.

Lot: 51 - SEA FENCIBLES OF PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE LARGE

Length 20 inches.

Lot: 51A - AMERICAN THIRTEEN STAR NAVAL FLAG.

Hand sewn wool bunting, the canton with double-sided appliqued cotton stars, the header with hand sewn grommets, 37 x 67 inches. Provenance: The Batchelder family of Portsmouth, New Hampshire; probably acquired at a Portsmouth Naval Shipyard event.

Lot: 52 - NEW HAMPSHIRE QUEEN ANNE BIRCH OVAL DROP LEAF TEA

For tables with similar legs, see Brock Jobe, Portsmouth Furniture, pp. 243-244. Provenance: Batchelder Family.

Lot: 53 - PORTSMOUTH SHERATON MAHOGANY SOFA WITH VENEERED

The arched back with downward sloping sides joining turned and reeded arm supports continuing to conforming legs. Height 37 inches, width 78 inches, depth 21 inches. Literature: Brock Jobe, Portsmouth Furniture p. 378.

Lot: 54 - PORTSMOUTH SHERATON MAHOGANY AND BIRD'S EYE MAPLE

Height 28 1/2 inches, top 16 1/4 x 16 inches. Literature: Brock Jobe, Portsmouth Furniture p. 270.

Lot: 55 - IMPORTANT PORTSMOUTH MAHOGANY AND FLAME BIRCH

This form is considered one of the most desirable of all Portsmouth Federal furniture. Height 37 inches, width 40 1/2 inches, depth 21 inches. Literature: Brock Jobe, Portsmouth Furniture p. 113-115.

Lot: 56 - NEW HAMPSHIRE HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY AND FLAME BIRCH

Restoration to feet. Height 36, width 41, depth 19 3/4 inches.

Lot: 57 - GOVERNOR JOHN AND ELIZABETH LANGDON'S SILVER PUNCH

The rim edge surrounded by a husk border, engraved with the initials "IE/ L" beneath the bowl, the turned fruitwood handle affixed to a divided mount, marked "Minott" in a rectangle beneath the bowl. 1.75 oz. Length 12 1/2 inches.

Lot: 58 - PHILIP CARRIGAIN 1816 MAP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, WITH

Published in Concord, New Hampshire, 60 x 48 inches (six 20 x 24 inch squares).Philip Carrigain (1772-1842), a lawyer who graduated from Dartmouth College in 1794 and who served as New Hampshire's Secretary of State from 1805 to 1808, contributed a

Lot: 59 - LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE FROM CENTER HARBOR, NEW

Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches.

Lot: 60 - PAIR OF PORTSMOUTH CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY SIDE

Height 37 1/2, seat height 18 inches.Provenance: Dudley House, Exeter, N.H. Literature: Brock Jobe, Portsmouth Furniture, p. 55.

Lot: 61 - NEW ENGLAND HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY DESK AND

In two parts, the upper section with diamond glazed doors above cupboard doors, the lower section with fold-out writing surface above four graduated drawers on French feet. Height 47 1/2 and 34, width 42 1/2 inches, 19 1/2 inches.

Lot: 62 - PAIR OF PORTSMOUTH CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIRS

Each with a serpentine crest rail above a pierced splat over an over upholstered seat on frontal square legs with beaded edge. Height 37 3/4 inches, seat height 18 inches, seat 22 x 16 1/2 inches. Literature: Brock Jobe, Portsmouth Furniture, p.

Lot: 63 - PORTSMOUTH TILTING SERPENTINE TOP MAHOGANY

Branded J.S. Davis (1775-1843) for Portsmouth Sea Captain. 28 1/4 inches, top 21 1/2 x 21 inches. Literature: Brock Jobe, Portsmouth Furniture, p. 428.

Lot: 64 - PAIR OF PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE LEATHER FIRE

Some later painting for second owner. Overall height 18 inches.

Lot: 65 - NEW ENGLAND FEDERAL MAHOGANY AND FLAME BIRCH

In two parts, the upper section with three short drawers over cupboard doors, the lower section with fold-out writing surface above four graduated drawers on flaring French feet. Height 56 3/4 inches, 41 1/2 inches, depth 21 inches.

Lot: 66 - PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE FEDERAL MAHOGANY WING

Height 46 inches. See Brock Jobe, Portsmouth Furniture, p. 374.

Lot: 67 - NEW ENGLAND PINE SHOE-FOOT HUTCH TABLE WITH

Height 29 inches, diameter 47 inches.

Lot: 68 - PILGRIM CENTURY SPINDLE-BACK ARM CHAIR, PROBABLY

Legs pieced. Height 49 inches.

Lot: 69 - MASSACHUSETTS PILGRIM CENTURY WALNUT CHEST OF

Restoration. Height 33 1/4 inches, top 38 x 21 inches.

Lot: 69A - RARE HUTCH TABLE OF LARGE SIZE AND IN RED PAINT.

The octagonal scrubbed top tilting on brackets of Gothic tracery, above a panelled bombe-form base with lollipop hand-holds, lift-top seat and on shoe feet. Height 28 1/4 inches, top 44 1/2 inches x 46 1/2 inches. MacKay-Field Collection. Literature:

Lot: 70 - PAIR OF PRIOR-HAMBLIN SCHOOL PORTRAITS.

Each oil on artist board in original period frames, 13 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, sight; frame 20 1/4 x 16 1/4 inches.Provenance: Acquired from Duxbury, Massachusetts antiques dealer, Mr. Fraser, in 1910 by Rea Estes of Mansfield, Massachusetts. According

Lot: 71 - TWO AMERICAN PAINTED AND DECORATED DOME TOP BOXES,

Lengths 27 inches.

Lot: 72 - NEW ENGLAND DIMINUTIVE PINE SETTLE WITH SHAPED

Early added bracket feet. 54 1/2 x 38 x 17 inches.

Lot: 73 - NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE MAPLE RED-PAINTED DROP-LEAF

With shaped apron and pad feet. Height 26 1/2 inches, length 42 1/2 inches, depth 15 1/2 inches.

Lot: 74 - **FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING MIRROR WITH

Height 20 3/4 inches, width 20 inches, depth 9 inches. The oval adjustable mirror above a case of three drawers with bow front and three small ivory fittings.

Lot: 75 - PAIR OF AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY CARD

Height 29 1/2, width 35 1/2, depth 17 3/4 inches.

Lot: 76 - MAHOGANY TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND.

Possibly New Hampshire.

Lot: 77 - CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY DISH-TOP TILT-TOP

Height 27 1/2 inches, diameter 20 3/4 inches. The circular dish-top tilting on a bulbous standard and raised on cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet.

Lot: 78 - TWO EARLY AMERICAN CHERRY CANDLESTANDS WITH SHAPED

Heights 25 and 27 inches. (One illustrated.)

Lot: 79 - PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE CHERRY ONE-DRAWER

With serpentine cross stretcher. Height 28 3/4 x width 31 x depth 20 1/2 inches.

Lot: 80 - ETHAN ALLEN GREENWOOD (AMERICAN 1779 - 1856). PAIR

Each oil on canvas, his portrait, 26 x 19 3/4 inches; hers, 25 3/4 x 19 1/2 inches and signed "Greenwood/1812" l.r. Each in their original lemon-gold frames.

Lot: 81 - CONNECTICUT QUEEN ANNE CARVED CHERRYWOOD

Height 88 1/2 inches, width 42 1/2 inches, depth 20 1/4 inches. Provenance: Acquired from William Samaha, who said the highboy descended in the Buckingham family.

Lot: 82 - THE HENRY GARDNER MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE CARVED

The lid opening to an elaborate interior with three carved shells above a case of four long graduated drawers on a molded base with ball and claw feet and central fan carved drop. Height 44 inches, width 44 inches, depth 23 inches.Provenance: Henry

Lot: 83 - MASSACHUSETTS OR NEW HAMPSHIRE FEDERAL INLAID

Height 29 inches, top 22 x 14 3/4 inches.

Lot: 84 - MASSACHUSETTS HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY TURTLE

Height 28 1/4 inches, top 16 x 20 inches.

Lot: 85 - MASSACHUSETTS OR NEW HAMPSHIRE FEDERAL INLAID

Height 27 3/4 inches, top 21 x 14 inches.

Lot: 86 - DIMINUTIVE AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE INLAID FLAME

Height 41 1/4 inches, width 60 1/4 inches, depth 22 3/4 inches. Provenance: Sumpter Priddy, Alexandria, Virginia.

Lot: 87 - PAIR OF MASSACHUSETTS HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY

Each with a diamond pierced splat, over upholstered seat and frontal square tapered legs. Height 37 1/2 inches, seat height 18 inches, seat 22 x 18 1/2 inches.

Lot: 88 - NEW YORK HEPPLEWHITE PEMBROKE TABLE WITH BOOKEND

Height 27 3/4 inches, length 33 1/4, width closed 19 3/4 inches.

Lot: 89 - MASSACHUSETTS FEDERAL MAHOGANY LOLLING CHAIR WITH

Height 43 inches.

Lot: 90 - FOUR NEW YORK FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY ARCADED BACK

Comprising a pair of arm chairs and a similar pair of side chairs. Height 36 1/2 inches, seat height 20 inches, seat 22 1/2 inches x 18 inches.

Lot: 91 - PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS

Height 40 1/2 inches, width 43 inches, depth 22 inches.

Lot: 92 - NEW ENGLAND CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY SERPENTINE FRONT

Height 35 inches, width 39 1/2 inches, depth 21 1/4 inches.

Lot: 93 - WALLACE NUTTING IMPORTANT GODDARD-TYPE CARVED

In two parts, the upper section with bonnet top, flame and urn finials and central carved shell drawer, the lower block front section with ogee bracket feet, rectangular branded stamp on several drawers. Number 1000 in Nutting Catalog. Height 90

Lot: 94 - NEW HAMPSHIRE CHIPPENDALE MAPLE CHEST ON CHEST.

In two parts with bracket base and central fan drop. 79 1/2 x 38 x 30 1/2 inches.

Lot: 95 - NEW ENGLAND CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY SERPENTINE

Height 43 3/4 inches, overall width 44 inches, overall width 22 1/2 inches.

Lot: 96 - NEW ENGLAND CARVED MAHOGANY BLOCK FRONT SLANT LID

Having a blocked lid and ball and claw feet, alterations and restorations. Height 43 3/4 inches, width 44 inches, depth 24 inches.

Lot: 97 - GILBERT STUART (AMERICAN 1755-1828). PORTRAIT OF

Oil on canvas mounted to a wood panel, 28 3/4 x 23 3/4 inches. The sitter's son, David Sears II (1787-1871), was a prominent Boston landowner, merchant and philanthropist. Responsible for developing the Longwood section of Brookline, he was a

Lot: 98 - ITALIAN NEOCLASSICAL BLACK-PAINTED AND GILT

Height 36 inches, length 56 inches, depth 26 inches.The rectangular inset veined grey marble top above the frieze edged with leaftip and bead-and-reel borders, applied with medallions suspending laurel leaf swags enclosing demi-flowerheads, raised on

Lot: 98A - LOUIS XV STYLE FRUITWOOD AND KINGWOOD PARQUETRY

Height 31 inches, width 71 inches, depth 37 inches. Together with a companion chair. (Not illustrated.)Provenance: Henry Cabot Lodge, Massachusetts. The rectangular brass-bound top above three aligned shaped drawers, the sides with similar mounts,

Lot: 99 - PAIR OF AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE BRASS ANDIRONS.

Each with an urn top above a column form standard on a plinth base with spurred cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet. Height 23 inches.

Lot: 100 - NEW ENGLAND CANDLESTAND WITH HEXAGONAL TOP,

Height 28 1/4 inches, top 16 3/4 x 17 inches.

Lot: 101 - PAIR OF ENGRAVED BRASS OR BELL METAL NEOCLASSICAL

Height 23 1/2 inches. Provenance: Jim Pratt, Charleston, South Carolina.

Lot: 102 - MASSACHUSETTS QUEEN ANNE WALNUT AND WALNUT VENEER

The top with molded edge above a case of an arrangement of four drawers over a shaped apron joining cabriole legs, some restoration. Height 30 1/2 inches, top 33 x 19 3/4 inches.

Lot: 103 - MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TEA

The serpentine top with molded edge above an urn turned standard with cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet. Height 27 1/4 inches, top 30 1/4 x 33 inches.

Lot: 104 - GILBERT STUART (AMERICAN 1755-1828). MR. BARNEY

Each oil on panel, his portrait 39 x 29 1/4 inches; her portrait, 36 1/2 x 26 1/2 inches. The reverse of each inscribed with several family notes and affixed with various museum, gallery and exhibition labels. Barney Smith (1763-1828), a merchant

Lot: 105 - MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE CHEST OF FOUR GRADUATED

Height 31 1/2 inches, width 36 1/2, depth 20 1/2 inches.

Lot: 106 - 'SIGNALS AT PORTLAND OBSERVATORY' AND 'AMERICAN

Height 9 inches. Printed and heightened in enamels on one side with a view of the observatory at Portland, Maine, flanked by the inscriptions "WESTERN STAFF" and "EASTERN STAFF," each above twelve numbered signal flags, and titled beneath the

Lot: 107 - T. WHITTAKER (AUSTRALIAN, ACT. MID-NINETEENTH

Oil on canvas, 24 1/4 x 20 1/4 inches. Signed "T. Whittaker" and dated 1865, l.l. The title inscribed in pencil on the stretcher and on the reverse of the canvas, "T. Whittaker/ Wilson Place/ Port Broughton." Provenance: Collection of J. Welles

Lot: 108 - THE CLIPPER BARK "EDWARD KIDDER" UNDER THE COMMAND

Oil on canvas, 26 x 40 inches. Inscribed "entering Boston Jany 14th, from Calcutta 120 days," l.l. and signed indistinctly "Hacker (?)" l.r. The canvas stamped on verso, "Sold by/ Wadsworth Bros & Howland/ Boston... ." The "Edward Kidder" was a

Lot: 109 - CLEMENT DREW (AMERICAN 1806-1889). SHIP "FEARLESS"

Oil on canvas. 22 x 30 inches. Signed l.r. and on the reverse inscribed "Ship off Cape Horn." Provenance: Northeast Auctions, August 20, 2000, lot 970.

Lot: 110 - MARIE-EDOUARD ADAM (FRENCH, NINETEENTH CENTURY).

Oil on canvas, 25 x 36 inches. Signed l.r. dated 1877 and inscribed "Havre." Provenance: Northeast Auctions, August 20, 2000, lot 583.

Lot: 111 - CHINA TRADE PAINTING OF THE AMERICAN CLIPPER SHIP

Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches. In a Chinese "Chippendale" frame. Built at East Boston by Robert E. Jackson in 1856, the "Endeavor" was owned by Thomas S. Hathaway & Co. of New Bedford and New York.Provenance: Roland Hammond, North Andover,

Lot: 112 - CHINA TRADE PAINTING OF THE AMERICAN SHIP "INDIA."

Oil on canvas, 18 x 23 1/2 inches. In a Chinese "Chippendale" frame. Provenance: Estate of Albert Goodhue, Jr., Marblehead, Massachusetts, sold by Northeast Auctions, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, November 7, 1992, lot 107.

Lot: 113 - CHINA TRADE PAINTING OF THE AMERICAN BARK "JAMES

Oil on canvas, 18 x 23 1/2 inches. In a Chinese "Chippendale" frame. Provenance: Estate of Albert Goodhue, Jr., Marblehead, Massachusetts, sold by Northeast Auctions, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, November 7, 1992, lot 106.

Lot: 114 - THE BRIG "MAGNET" OF BOSTON, LOTT DOANE,

Watercolor and gouache on paper, 19 x 26 inches.

Lot: 115 - WILLIAM PIERCE STUBBS (AMERICAN 1842-1909). AN

Oil on canvas, 22 1/4 x 28 inches. Signed "W.P. Stubbs" l.l.

Lot: 116 - JOHN F. LOOS (BELGIAN, ACT. 1861-1895). THE SHIP

Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 3/4 inches. Signed "John Loos, Antwerp" and dated 1874, l.r.

Lot: 117 - CHINA TRADE PORTRAIT OF AN AMERICAN CLIPPER SHIP

Oil on canvas, 18 x 23 3/4 inches.

Lot: 118 - LAI FONG (INDO/ CHINESE, ACT. 1870-1900). PORTRAIT

Oil on canvas, 23 1/2 x 30 3/4 inches. The reverse with remnants of a printed label for Lai Fong, Portrait Painter.

Lot: 119 - CHINA TRADE PAINTING OF AN AMERICAN BARK OFF THE

Oil on canvas, 20 1/2 x 26 inches. The vessel flying the house flag of George Howes & Co. of New York and San Francisco.

Lot: 120 - PAIR OF CHINA TRADE PAINTINGS OF A CHINESE SCHOLAR

Each oil on canvas, 17 3/4 x 13 1/2 inches. In their original gilt Chinese "Chippendale" frames.

Lot: 121 - WILLIAM PIERCE STUBBS (AMERICAN 1842-1909). THE

Oil on canvas, 22 x 36 inches. Signed and dated "Stubbs 1881" l.l.The Taria Topan was launched from South Salem yard on April 2, 1870 and built by the esteemed Salem shipbuilder, Edward F. Miller, for trade with the east coast of Africa, Zanzibar,

Lot: 122 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE 'DOMESTIC

Diameter of bowl14 1/2 inches.

Lot: 123 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE 'DRAGON

Height 18 inches.

Lot: 124 - WATERCOLOR OF THE SHIP "LADY FRANKLIN" OF BATH,

Watercolor on paper, 21 3/4 x 29 inches. Depicted in broadside view with a French steamship and yacht in the background. The 549-ton ship Lady Franklin was built by William M. Reed under Clark & Sewall of Bath, Maine in 1853.

Lot: 125 - WATERCOLOR OF THE THREE-MASTED SHIP "N. BOYNTON"

Watercolor on paper, 25 3/4 x 35 inches.

Lot: 126 - DIRK ANTOON TEUPKEN (DUTCH 1801-1845). H.M. BRIG

Watercolor on paper, 20 x 27 3/4 inches. Signed "door D.A. Teupken te Amsterdam, 1836" l.c. Frame 23 x 31 inches.

Lot: 127 - DIRK ANTOON TEUPKEN THE YOUNGER (DUTCH 1828-1859).

Watercolor and gouache on paper, 17 3/4 x 24 1/2 inches, sight. Signed "door D.A. Teupken, te Amsterdam" l.l. Frame 25 x 32 1/4 inches. Depicted in broadside view, the brig Clarissa Ann was built in 1824 by Levi Houghton of Bath, Maine and named

Lot: 128 - LAI FONG (INDO/ CHINESE, ACT. 1870-1900). PORTRAIT

Oil on canvas, 25 3/4 x 34 3/4 inches. Signed "Lai Fong/ Calcutta 1893" l.r. The Woolton was launched from Liverpool in 1885 and engaged primarily in the Indo-China trade routes before disappearing on a voyage from Newcastle, New South Wales to

Lot: 129 - THE BRIG "ESTHER" OF SALEM.

Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 inches. In a wood frame with raised corner blocks. The 135-ton brig, owned by Charles H. and Benjamin Fabens, made several voyages from Salem to Cayenne, French Guiana between 1847 and 1849.

Lot: 130 - RARE AND IMPORTANT HISTORICAL PAINTING OF NAVASSA

Oil on canvas, 22 1/4 x 36 inches. In a grain-painted frame with raised corner blocks. Depicting two vessels, one the Brig "Romance," at anchor off the island with an American settlement located near the shore, while mining activity takes place at

Lot: 131 - JAMES BARD (AMERICAN 1815-1897). THE HUDSON RIVER

Oil on canvas, 30 x 50 inches. Signed "J. Bard Painter N.Y." and dated 1872-73, l.r.Built in 1861, the "Mack" as it was referred to, was owned by the Catskill Evening Line and ran evenings between Manhattan, Coxsackie and Hudson, New York. Note the

Lot: 132 - JAMES BARD (AMERICAN 1815-1897). THE STEAMBOAT

Oil on canvas, 31 x 52 inches. Inscribed "Engine Built by Messrs. Harison & Flechers" l.l. Signed and dated "Picture Painted by James Bard N.Y. 1861/ 162 Perry St." l.r. Built in 1861 for the run from Manhattan to Poughkeepsie, the "Isaac Smith"

Lot: 133 - JAMES BARD (AMERICAN 1815-1897). THE SIDEWHEEL

Oil on canvas, 29 x 49 inches. Signed and dated "Drawn and Painted by James Bard N.Y. 1864/ 162 Perry St." l.r. The reverse with museum and gallery labels.Provenance: Joseph T. Mendelson; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Private Collection, Los

Lot: 134 - JAMES BARD (AMERICAN 1815-1897). THE PADDLEWHEEL

Watercolor, gouache and graphite on paper, 21 1/4 x 37 1/2 inches. Signed "J. Bard N.Y." and dated 1880, l.r. The reverse with collection and gallery labels. Built in 1846 in Hoboken, New Jersey, the "Princeton," a double-ended ferry with twin pilot

Lot: 135 - JOHN AND JAMES BARD (AMERICAN, ACT. 1827-1849).

Watercolor and gouache on paper, 22 3/4 x 33 1/2 inches, sight. Signed "J & J Bard Painters," l.r. and lettered "Peoples Line" l.c. margin. The "North America," built in 1840, was the first of the Hudson River steamers running between New York

Lot: 136 - FRED PANSING (AMERICAN 1844-1912). THE STEAMSHIP

Oil on canvas, 30 x 60 inches. Signed "Fred Pansing" l.l.The "City of Lowell" was a passenger steamer built by Bath Iron Works and delivered in 1894 to the Norwich & New York Transportation Co. for use on Long Island Sound. Providing overnight

Lot: 137 - ANTONIO JACOBSEN (AMERICAN 1850-1921). THE TUGBOAT

Oil on canvas, 22 1/4 x 36 1/4 inches. Signed and dated " A. Jacobsen 1888/ 705 Palisade Av West Hoboken NJ," l.r.Built in 1875 at Philadelphia, the Husted, whose home port was New York, was named for a Speaker of the New York State Assembly known as

Lot: 138 - ANTONIO JACOBSEN (AMERICAN 1850-1921). THE TUGBOAT

Oil on canvas, 21 1/2 x 35 inches. Signed and dated "A. Jacobsen 1890/ 705 Palisade Av. West Hoboken NJ" l.l.Built in 1880 by Ward, Stanton & Co. of Newburgh, New York, the E. Luckenbach was frequently used to tow competitors to the starting

Lot: 139 - ANTONIO JACOBSEN (AMERICAN 1850-1921). THE PILOT

Oil on canvas, 22 x 36 inches. Signed and dated "A. Jacobsen 1898/ 31 Palisade Av West Hoboken NJ" l.r.The screw pilot boat "New York" was built by Harlan & Hollingsworth at Wilmington, Delaware for the New York & Sandy Hook Pilots in 1897.

Lot: 140 - ANTONIO JACOBSEN (AMERICAN 1850-1921). THE

Oil on canvas, 30 x 50 inches. Signed and dated "Antonio Jacobsen 1888/ 705 Palisades Av West Hoboken NJ," l.r.Built in 1888 at Glasgow for the Inman Line, the triple-masted and funnel stacked "City of New York" was designed, along with her sister

Lot: 141 - ANTONIO JACOBSEN (AMERICAN 1850-1921). THE SAIL

Oil on canvas, 22 x 36 inches. Signed and dated "Antonio Jacobsen NY 1877/ 257 8 Av" l.r.The "Arragon," built in 1869 at Glasgow by Barclay, Curle & Company, was put into service between Bristol and New York and eventually owned by the Great

Lot: 142 - ANTONIO JACOBSEN (AMERICAN 1850-1921). THE

Oil on canvas, 22 x 36 inches. Signed and dated "A. Jacobsen, 1899/ 31 Palisade Av, West Hoboken, N.J." l.r. Frame 29 1/4 x 43 1/4 inches. Depicting the piers of the Maine Steamship Company, the "Horatio Hall's" owner, in the background. Provenance:

Lot: 143 - CINDY PROCIOUS (AMERICAN B. 1965). "PENSIVE

Oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches. Signed "C. Procious" l.r. Frame 26 x 22 inches. Provenance: Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts.

Lot: 144 - RICHARD K. LOUD (AMERICAN B. 1942). "SUMMER

Oil on canvas, 12 x 10 inches. Signed "R. Loud" l.r. Frame 20 x 18 inches. Provenance: Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts.

Lot: 145 - LUCIEN HILBER (CONTEMPORARY, FRENCH). THE BOSTON

Watercolor on paper, 18 x 25 inches, sight. Signed "L. Hilber de Alberg" l.r. Titled "Jason of Boston Captain Nathan Sheppard" in lower margin. Frame 28 1/2 x 35 inches. Provenance: Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts.In the style of Antoine

Lot: 146 - LUCIEN HILBER (CONTEMPORARY, FRENCH). THE

Oil on canvas, 21 1/4 x 29 1/4 inches. Titled in lower margin, signed "L. Hilber de Alberg" l.r. After an original watercolor by Antoine Roux (French 1765-1835) painted in 1804. Provenance: Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts.

Lot: 147 - ROY CROSS, R.S.M.A. (BRITISH B. 1924). THE

Watercolor and gouache on paper, 21 1/2 x 30 inches, sight. Signed and dated "Roy Cross / 2007" l.l. Frame 30 x 39 inches. The Spartan with raised red and white checkered vessel flag was active from 1821 to 1863 and is depicted entering the busy

Lot: 148 - SALVATORE COLACICCO (ITALIAN B. 1938). THE

Oil on panel, 24 x 36 inches. Signed "Salvatore Colacicco" l.l. Title inscribed on reverse. Frame 33 1/4 x 45 1/4 inches.Provenance: Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts.

Lot: 149 - SALVATORE COLACICCO (ITALIAN B. 1938). THE

Oil on panel, 24 x 36 inches. Signed "Salvatore Colacicco" l.l. Frame 32 x 44 inches. Provenance: Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts.

Lot: 150 - ROY CROSS, R.S.M.A. (BRITISH B. 1924).

Watercolor and gouache on paper, 11 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches, sight. Signed and dated "Roy Cross / 2001" l.r. Frame 22 1/4 x 28 1/4 inches. The scene off Governor's Island, New York, depicts the two sloop-rigged yachts sailing past a local ferry on the

Lot: 151 - TERRY BAILEY, R.S.M.A. (BRITISH, B. 1941). BATTLE

Oil on canvas, 30 x 48 inches. Signed and dated "Terry Bailey/ 2009" l.r. Frame 41 x 59 inches. Provenance: Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts.

Lot: 152 - RICHARD K. LOUD (AMERICAN B. 1942). THE BLACKWALL

Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches. Signed "R. Loud" l.l. Frame 38 1/2 x 48 1/2 inches.Provenance: Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts.

Lot: 153 - NATHANIEL WALES (ACT. 1803-1815). PAIR OF

Oil on canvas, 24 1/2 x 21 inches. Her portrait signed "N.F. Wales Pinxt/ AE 58, l.l." Nathan Sage was a Connecticut privateer during the American Revolution. The reverse of each portrait with an MFA Boston exhibition label. Nathan Sage (1752-1834)

Lot: 154 - NEW ENGLAND SHERATON CANOPY BEDSTEAD IN ORIGINAL

Height 75 inches, width 51 3/4 inches, length 75 1/2 inches. Includes the white tied fishnet canopy. Quilt not included.

Lot: 154A - NEW HAMPSHIRE HEPPLEWHITE ONE-DRAWER STAND IN

Height 29 inches, width 18 inches, depth 17 1/2 inches.

Lot: 154B - AMERICAN COTTON APPLIQUE RED AND GREEN 'FLOWER

Worked in a pattern of four central stylized sprays of coxcomb, each side bordered with a basket of meandering budding coxcomb stems. 86 3/4 x 84 1/2 inches.

Lot: 154C - NICHOLS & BOYNTON SALTGLAZE STONEWARE COBALT

Height 14 inches.

Lot: 154D - EARLY AMERICAN SMALL WATERCOLOR, BASKET OF

Frame 12 x 11 inches.

Lot: 155 - STAFFORDSHIRE IRONSTONE 'ADAMS ROSE' PATTERN PART

One platter, the covered dish, plates, saucers impressed "ADAMS." Height of coffeepot 10 1/2 inches. Comprising 2 platters, 1 covered dish, 4 soup plates, 8 salad plates, 3 dinner plates, 10 honey dishes, 1 covered coffeepot, 1 pitcher, 1 cream jug,

Lot: 156 - AMERICAN HOOKED RUG WITH BLOOMING RED ROSES ON A

54 1/2 x 77 inches.

Lot: 157 - AMERICAN HOOKED RUG DEPICTING A CENTRAL BOUQUET

41 x 83 inches.

Lot: 158 - AMERICAN HOOKED RUG WITH CENTRAL PINK ROSES

32 x 62 inches.

Lot: 159 - J. & E. NORTON SALTGLAZE STONEWARE COBALT

Height 15 3/4 inches.

Lot: 160 - EDMANDS & CO. SALTGLAZE STONEWARE COBALT

Height 15 1/2 inches.

Lot: 161 - PAIR OF AMERICAN CLASSICAL ENGRAVED BRASS URN-TOP

Height 23 inches, width 18 1/2 inches.

Lot: 162 - ROSEWOOD-GRAINED THREE-TIER HANGING SHELF WITH

Height 30 inches, width 27 inches, depth 7 inches.

Lot: 163 - GROUP OF STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE TABLEWARES

Height of jugs 4 1/2 inches. (16 pieces).Comprising a 'Farmer's Arms' jug and a mug; a jug painted with a ship flanked by anchors; a 'Pineapple' pattern sugar bowl; a handleless cup and saucer and a saucer, each painted with a view of a bridge; a mug

Lot: 164 - IN MEMORY OF EDWARD LARKIN BY SOPHIA DEAN, NEW

With view of Yale University in background. Watercolor on paper, 20 x 16 1/4 inches. Provenance: Sotheby's New York, Collection of Edgar W. and Bernice Garbisch, Part III, November 12, 1974, lot 22.

Lot: 165 - TWO SMALL TURNED BURL BOWLS, A SMALL STAVED BUCKET

Diameter of largest bowl 9 1/2 inches.

Lot: 166 - NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY CHIPPENDALE GRAIN-PAINTED

Height 24 inches.

Lot: 167 - PENNSYLVANIA SLIP-DECORATED GLAZED REDWARE DISH

Diameter 14 inches.

Lot: 168 - NEW ENGLAND RED-PAINTED SLANT-BACK CUPBOARD WITH

Height 54 inches, width 48 inches, depth 15 inches.

Lot: 169 - WHITE'S SALTGLAZE STONEWARE COBALT BLUE-DECORATED

Height 7 inches.

Lot: 170 - WHITE'S SALTGLAZE STONEWARE COBALT BLUE-DECORATED

Height 9 1/2 inches.

Lot: 171 - SALTGLAZE STONEWARE COBALT BLUE-DECORATED 'CHICKEN

Height 10 1/2 inches.

Lot: 172 - A. B. WHEELER & CO. SALTGLAZE STONEWARE COBALT

Height 14 inches.

Lot: 173 - FLACK & VAN ARSDALE SALTGLAZE STONEWARE COBALT

Height 11 inches.

Lot: 174 - SALTGLAZE STONEWARE COBALT BLUE-DECORATED

Height 14 inches.

Lot: 174A - AMERICAN WOOL CREWELWORK WINDOWPANE BED COVER, NEW

77 x 81 inches. Cream-colored homespun wool woven in an indigo square pattern and embroidered with geometric motifs in pale blue and gold yarns worked in herringbone, satin, cross, and chain stitches. Provenance: Judy Lennett, Ridgefield,

Lot: 175 - DUTCH SILVER SUGAR SCOOP, ADRIANUS KOEKEBAKKER,

Lengths 7 1/2 and 15 1/2 inches. The scoop marked on the back of the ferule and interior of the bowl; the ladle marked on the back of the bowl.

Lot: 176 - NEW ENGLAND MAPLE SAUSAGE-TURNED CORNER CHAIR WITH

Height 29 inches, seat height 16 1/2 inches.

Lot: 177 - PAIR OF D.R. DIMES REPRODUCTION BAMBOO-TURNED

Height 36 inches, seat height 17 inches.

Lot: 178 - PHILADELPHIA MAHOGANY DISH-TOP TILT-TOP BIRDCAGE

Height 29 inches, diameter 20 3/4 inches.

Lot: 179 - MASSACHUSETTS MAHOGANY TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND,

Imperfections. Height 28 1/2 inches, top 23 1/2 x 13 inches.

Lot: 180 - MASSACHUSETTS MAHOGANY TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND,

Height 27 inches, top 22 x 15 1/2 inches.Provenance: Israel Sack, Inc.

Lot: 181 - SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS MAHOGANY SERPENTINE TILT-TOP

Height 28 1/2 inches, top 33 x 34 inches.

Lot: 182 - D.R. DIMES REPRODUCTION CONNECTICUT QUEEN ANNE

Height 27 3/4 inches, width 33 inches, depth 18 12 inches.

Lot: 183 - ROSEWOOD-GRAINED PINE TWO-PART CAMPAIGN CHEST ON

Height 38 inches, width 34 1/2 inches, depth 16 1/4 inches.

Lot: 184 - NEW HAMPSHIRE DUNLAP SCHOOL CARVED TIGER MAPLE

Height 38 inches, width 41 inches, depth 21 1/2 inches.

Lot: 185 - PAIR OF STATE OF MAINE ROSEWOOD GRAIN AND

Height 33 inches, seat height 16 inches.

Lot: 186 - FIVE BLOWN MARBRIE GLASS WITCH BALLS, SEVEN

Diameter of bowl 17 inches.

Lot: 187 - PAIR OF GEORGE III BRASS CANDLESTICKS, AND TWO

Height of pair 7 1/4 inches.

Lot: 188 - THEOREM OF A BOUNTIFUL BASKET OF FRUIT, CIRCA

Watercolor on paper with applied gold foil, frame 14 1/4 x 17 1/4 inches.

Lot: 189 - NEW ENGLAND THEOREM OF A FRUIT-FILLED BASKET, BLUE

Watercolor on paper, frame 19 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches. Provenance: Harry Hartman.

Lot: 190 - NEW ENGLAND THEOREM OF A BLUE-DECORATED OVAL BOWL

Watercolor on paper, the reverse with old newsprint. In a grain-painted frame, 14 1/4 x 16 1/4 inches. Provenance: Sotheby's New York, Collection of Stewart E. Gregory, January 27, 1979, lot 80.

Lot: 190A - NEW ENGLAND THEOREM OF A CHEVRON-DESIGN BASKET

Watercolor on paper in a grain-painted frame, 18 x 21 1/4 inches. Provenance: Sotheby's New York, Collection of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch, Part III, November 12, 1974, lot 157.

Lot: 191 - PAIR OF GEORGE III BRASS SHELL-BASE CANDLESTICKS,

Height 8 1/2 inches.

Lot: 192 - TWO EARLY DARK GREEN MOLDED GLASS 'ONION' BOTTLES.

Height of tallest 8 inches.

Lot: 193 - PAIR OF GEORGE III BRASS SCALLOP-BASE

Height 8 inches.

Lot: 194 - LONDON DELFT POLYCHROME RUM BOWL, CIRCA 1750; TWO

Diameters 7 5/8, 7 1/2, 8 7/8 and 8 3/4 inches.The bowl painted around the sides with three groups of an insect hovering under a demi-sunflower within leaves trailing blossoms, pale blue glaze, diameter 7 5/8 inches; the first plate London or

Lot: 195 - VINTAGE LARGE OLIVE GREEN MOLDED GLASS DEMIJOHN

Capacity number "25L" impressed under the base. Height 18 inches.

Lot: 196 - LONDON DELFT POLYCHROME CHARGER, 1765-75; AND A

Diameters 13 1/2 and 10 1/8 inches. The charger painted in blue, green, iron-red and yellow with a Chinese man seated before a rock, flowering plant and small fence in a hilly landscape, the rim surrounded by sgraffito-decorated leaftips suspending

Lot: 197 - EARLY CUT-GLASS DECANTER AND NINE BLOWN AND

Height of decanter 8 1/2 inches.

Lot: 198 - SMALL FLUTED DECANTER, THREE WINE GLASSES AND AN

Height of decanter 8 inches.

Lot: 199 - EARLY AMERICAN SEA GREEN BLOWN GLASS BOWL WITH

Diameter of bowl 8 1/4 inches.

Lot: 200 - JAMES BROWN/ J. BROWN (ACT. 1803-1808). PAIR OF

Each oil on canvas, 26 x 23 inches. The reverse of his portrait affixed with a handwritten note providing information on the sitters; the reverse of her portrait with a typed label belonging to a Niagara Falls, New York, conservator dated

Lot: 201 - NEW ENGLAND WILLIAM AND MARY GRAIN-PAINTED OVAL

Height 24 inches, width 24 inches, depth 34 inches.Provenance: David Schorsch, Woodbury, Connecticut.

Lot: 202 - NEW HAMPSHIRE CHIPPENDALE BIRCH CHEST OF DRAWERS

Height 36 inches, width 41 1/2 inches, depth 20 inches. The top with molded edge, the base with shaped apron and bracket feet.

Lot: 203 - PENNSYLVANIA PINE LONG BUCKET BENCH OF MORTISE

Length 81 1/2 inches, depth 14 inches, height 19 inches.

Lot: 204 - NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE BLACK-PAINTED MAPLE

Height 26 1/2 inches, width 36 inches, depth 13 inches.

Lot: 205 - NEW ENGLAND RED-PAINTED WORK TABLE WITH BREAD

Height 26 inches, width 42 inches, depth 27 1/4 inches.

Lot: 206 - STATE OF MAINE ROSEWOOD-GRAINED AND YELLOW-STRIPED

Height 37 1/2 inches, width 38 1/2 inches, depth 19 inches.

Lot: 207 - STATE OF MAINE RED-PAINTED AND ROSEWOOD GRAINED

Height 25 1/2 inches, width 47 inches, depth 19 inches.

Lot: 208 - STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE 'PEAFOWL' PATTERN DISH

Fine Collection. Diameter 13 inches. Provenance: 'Americana from the Collection of M. Austin and Jill R. Fine,' Sotheby's, New York, January 30, 1987, lot 767.

Lot: 209 - THREE STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE 'PHEASANT' AND

Diameter of pair of plates 8 3/4 inches.

Lot: 210 - STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE 'PEAFOWL' PATTERN

Fine Collection. Length 16 inches. Provenance: 'Americana from the Collection of M. Austin and Jill R. Fine,' Sotheby's, New York, January 30, 1987, lot 768.

Lot: 211 - STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FIGURE OF A SOLDIER

Imperfections. Height of first 7 3/4 inches.

Lot: 212 - TWO STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE 'PEAFOWL' PATTERN OVAL

Lengths 8 3/8 and 8 5/8 inches.Provenance: 'Americana from the Collection of M. Austin and Jill R. Fine,' Sotheby's, New York, January 30, 1987, lot 766.

Lot: 213 - SEVEN STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE TABLEWARES PAINTED

Comprising a variant 'Willow' pattern chinoiserie bowl, circa 1815, diameter 7 1/4 inches; a loving cup painted with a wide border of upright leaves, stalks and berries, height 4 3/8 inches; a bowl painted with a vine bearing flowers and berries,

Lot: 214 - GREEN AND RED-PAINTED 'FOX AND CHICKENS' CIRCULAR

Diameter 12 inches.

Lot: 215 - GROUP OF EARLY BRASS TABLE OBJECTS COMPRISING A

Length of tray 12 1/2 inches.

Lot: 216 - TWO PAIRS OF ENGLISH PEWTER PUSH-UP CANDLESTICKS

Height of tallest 12 inches.

Lot: 217 - 'LANDING OF LAFAYETTE AT CASTLE GARDEN, NEW YORK,'

The bowl impressed "CLEWS" on the inside of the foot, the stand printed in underglaze-blue with the title within a foliate-edged shield. Lengths 11 and 11 1/8 inches.The view of the Battle of Bunker Hill was drawn by John Ritto Penniman and engraved

Lot: 218 - 'SHIP OF THE LINE IN THE DOWNS,' STAFFORDSHIRE

9 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches.

Lot: 219 - 'BEAUTIES OF AMERICA SERIES: ST. PAUL'S CHURCH,

Length 9 1/2 inches, diameter 12 inches. Each with printed factory and title mark in underglaze-blue.

Lot: 220 - 'CITY HALL, NEW YORK' AND 'INSANE ASYLUM, NEW

Heights 6 3/4 inches and 5 7/8 inches. The jug with printed title in underglaze-blue. The pattern on the jug incorporates two of the three different views of the Erie Canal found on wares produced by Enoch Wood & Sons: 'Entrance of the Erie Canal

Lot: 221 - TWO 'LANDING OF LAFAYETTE AT CASTLE GARDEN, NEW

Impressed factory marks. Lengths 9 3/4 and 11 3/4 inches.

Lot: 222 - 'CHANCELLOR LIVINGSTON,' STAFFORDSHIRE DARK BLUE

Diameter of bowl 6 1/4 inches, length of platter 10 3/4 inches. The platter with impressed factory mark. The "Chancellor Livingston" was built by Robert Fulton in 1816, after the "Clermont." Both vessels took part in the landing of General Lafayette

Lot: 223 - 'THE LANDING OF THE FATHERS AT PLYMOUTH DEC. 22

Height of first 6 1/2 inches, length of second 11 5/8 inches.

Lot: 224 - 'WHICH IS THE BEST: BRITISH LIBERTY

Height 7 1/4 inches. The two views on this jug are after the engraving "The Contest" by Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827), printed in 1792 after the September Massacres and the arrest of King Louis XVI of France (r. 1774?92). The print illustrates two

Lot: 225 - 'MY FAVORITE SON, IMMORTAL WASHINGTON' AND

Height 8 1/4 inches. Robert H. McCauley, "Liverpool Transfer Designs on Anglo-American Pottery," p. 85, n. 54A and pl. III.

Lot: 226 - 'SUCCESS TO THE LADY ANNA, CAPT. P.C. HUILMAND,'

Diameter 10 1/2 inches. Literature: This jug is discussed and illustrated in S. Robert Teitelman, Patricia A. Halfpenny and Ronald W. Fuchs II, "Success to America: Creamware for the American Market featuring the S. Robert Teitelman Collection at

Lot: 227 - WASHINGTON IN GLORY, AMERICA IN TEARS,' 'PEACE,

PROBABLY HERCULANEUM POTTERY, 1800-07.

Lot: 227A - 'CONNECTICUT CHARTER OAK,' ENGLISH CREAMWARE BLACK

Height 6 1/2 inches.

Lot: 228 - 'A PRESENT FROM ISAAC HOWLAND TO JOHN AND MARY

Height 10 3/8 inches. Literature: This jug is discussed and illustrated in S. Robert Teitelman, Patricia A. Halfpenny and Ronald W. Fuchs II, "Success to America: Creamware for the American Market featuring the S. Robert Teitelman Collection at

Lot: 228A - 'WHEN THE FIRST SEA STRUCK HER...THE SECOND' AND

Height 8 3/4 inches. Literature: This jug is one of a pair, both discussed and illustrated in S. Robert Teitelman, Patricia A. Halfpenny and Ronald W. Fuchs II, "Success to America: Creamware for the American Market featuring the S. Robert Teitelman

Lot: 229 - BENNINGTON FLINT ENAMEL 'SCALLOPED RIB' PATTERN

Height 7 1/2 inches, length over handles 16 1/2 inches. Restorations.

Lot: 230 - BENNINGTON FLINT ENAMEL FIGURE OF A LION, 1849-58.

Facing left, coleslaw mane. Height 7 1/4 inches, length 10 inches. Restorations.

Lot: 231 - ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL INCLUDING BENNINGTON.

Cow creamer, small pitcher, two lion inkwells, Uncle Sam bank, bureau bank, two teapots and a food mold. Height of tallest, 6 1/2 inches. Some damage and minor restoration.

Lot: 232 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Including a coffee urn, coffee pot, teapot and two tiles, some with 1849 mark, height of tallest 16 inches. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 233 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Including a washbasin, two tobacco jars, diamond pattern pitcher and four tie backs, two with 1849 mark. Height of pitcher, 9 inches. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 234 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Three graduated alternate rib pitchers and teapot, all with 1849 mark. Height of tallest, 11 inches. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 235 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Pitcher and bowl set, slop jar and chamber pot. Two with 1849 marks. Height of tallest, 13 1/2 inches. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 236 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Including three tulip vases, four candlesticks and three bowls, the bowls with 1849 mark. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 237 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Including four candlesticks, two pippins and two pie plates with 1849 mark. Height of tallest, 10 inches. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 238 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Four tulip and heart pitchers of graduated heights, two with 1849 marks. Height of tallest, 11 inches. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 239 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Two "Departed Spirits" book flasks. Height of largest 8 inches. Minor restoration.

Lot: 240 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Two coachman bottles and two Toby snuff jars. Height of tallest, 10 inches. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 241 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Two hound handled pitchers and a marked Norton and Fenton pitcher. Height of tallest, 11 1/2 inches. Imperfections and restoration.

Lot: 242 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Including three Toby pitchers and two coachman bottles. Largest coachman with 1849 mark. Height of tallest, 10 1/2 inches. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 243 - BENNINGTON ROCKINGHAM AND FLINT ENAMEL.

Including a General Stark Toby, three pitchers, bowl with pouring spout and an oval baking dish. Bowl and dish with 1849 mark. Height of tallest, 9 inches. Imperfections and restorations.

Lot: 244 - THREE BENNINGTON FLINT ENAMEL 'ALTERNATE RIB'

Each with 1849 mark. Height of tallest, 8 3/4 inches.

Lot: 245 - DUTCH DELFT BLUE AND WHITE CHARGER, DEPICTING A

Some touch-ups to the rim edge. Diameter 13 1/2 inches.

Lot: 246 - ENGLISH BRASS WAX JACK WITH HEART PIERCED BASE.

Height 5 1/2 inches.

Lot: 247 - SET OF SEVEN AMERICAN PAINTED AND DECORATED FAUX

Probably from a fraternal lodge. Height 34 1/2 inches.

Lot: 248 - PAINTED SILHOUETTE OF A STANDING WOMAN WITH PLANT

Frame 12 1/2 X 10 1/2 inches.

Lot: 249 - PAINTED SILHOUETTE OF A SEATED WOMAN AND TRIPOD

Frame 12 1/2 x 12 inches.

Lot: 250 - PAINTED SILHOUETTE OF A SEATED WOMAN AT A READING

Frame 12 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches.

Lot: 250A - AMERICAN TROPICAL FRUIT STILL-LIFE WITH PINEAPPLE

Gouache on heavy paper, in a grain-painted frame. Frame 22 1/4 x 26 1/4 inches.

Lot: 251 - ALBERT VAN NESSE GREENE (AMERICAN 1887-1971). GRAY

Oil on canvas 25 1/2 x 32 inches. Signed "AVan Nesse Greene" l.l.

Lot: 252 - THOMAS DOUGHTY (AMERICAN 1793-1856). HUDSON RIVER

Oil on panel, 11 1/2 x 17 3/4 inches. Unsigned. The reverse with printed label for Kleemann Galleries, 38 East 57th St., New York, listing artist and title.

Lot: 253 - GEORGE HENRY HALL (AMERICAN 1815-1913). MIRANDA.

Oil on canvas, 19 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches.

Lot: 254 - PEASANT WOMAN FEEDING CHICKENS. ITALIAN SCHOOL,

Oil on canvas, 25 x 18 inches. Signed indistinctly l.l.

Lot: 255 - GERTRUDE JAMESON BARNES (AMERICAN 1865-1939).

Oil on canvas, 12 x 16 inches. Signed "G Barnes" l.r.

Lot: 256 - GEORGE LORING BROWN (AMERICAN 1814-1889).

Oil on canvas, 10 1/2 X 14 1/2 inches. Signed "Geo. L. Brown / 1875" l.r. The reverse inscribed, signed and dated ""Afternoon"/ On the Intervale Pemigewasset valley/ from nature by/ Geo. L. Brown/ 1875."

Lot: 257 - ROBERT SPEAR DUNNING (AMERICAN 1829-1905). SUNSET

Oil on mahogany panel. 8 x 6 inches. Signed "R.S. Dunning" l.l. The reverse signed and dated in pencil "R.S. Dunning 1870."Provenance: Questroyal Fine Art, New York.

Lot: 258 - EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT (AMERICAN 1842-1904).

Oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches. Signed "E.C. Leavitt" and dated 1885, l.r. In a gilt and grain-painted molded frame. Provenance: Rockwell Gardner, Stamford, Connecticut.

Lot: 259 - LUIGI LUCIONI (AMERICAN 1900-1988). STILL-LIFE

Oil on canvas, 23 x 27 inches. Signed "Luigi Lucioni" and dated 1969, l.l. Provenance: Descended in the family of Adaline Havermeyer Frelinghuysen (1884-1963), to her grandson, Richard H. Carleton, Jr. and to the present owner.

Lot: 260 - VIEW OF THE TOWN OF GLOUCESTER, MASS. AFTER FITZ

Fitz Henry Lane's first lithographic view of Gloucester, drawn from nature and on stone by F.H. Lane, Pendleton's Lithography, Boston, 1836. sheet size 14 1/2 x 20 3/4 inches, sight. Frame 21 1/2 x 27 1/2 inches. (Inventory #437). Literature: For a

Lot: 261 - VIEW OF GLOUCESTER, MASS. AFTER FITZ HENRY LANE

Colored lithograph after a painting by F.H. Lane, L.H. Bradford & Co. Lithography, published by Proctor Brothers, Gloucester, 1859. Sheet size 25 1/4 x 38 1/4 inches, sight. Frame 34 x 47 inches. (Inventory #446). Provenance: The Old Print Shop,

Lot: 262 - VIEW OF GLOUCESTER, FROM ROCKY NECK. AFTER FITZ

Lithograph on tinted paper drawn and published by Fitz H. Lane, Lane & Scott's Lithography, Boston, 1846. Sheet size 19 1/4 x 26 inches, sight. Frame 21 3/4 x 28 1/2 inches. (Inventory #92). Together with a bookplate "View of the Old Fort and

Lot: 263 - VIEW OF NEWBURYPORT, FROM SALISBURY. AFTER FITZ

Lithograph with handcoloring drawn by F.H. Lane from a sketch by A. Conant, Lane & Scott's Lithography, Boston, published by A. Conant, 1846. Sheet size 17 3/4 x 25 3/4 inches, sight. Frame 25 3/4 x 33 1/4 inches. (Inventory #440). Provenance:

Lot: 264 - VIEW OF NEW BEDFORD, FROM THE FORT NEAR FAIRHAVEN.

Lithograph with handcoloring, drawn by F.H. Lane from a sketch by A. Conant, Lane & Scott's Lithography, Boston, published by A. Conant, 1845. Sheet size 18 1/2 x 26 1/4 inches, sight. Frame 27 x 34 1/2 inches. (Inventory #439). Literature:

Lot: 265 - VIEW OF NEW BEDFORD, FROM THE FORT NEAR FAIRHAVEN.

Lithograph printed in color and finished by hand, drawn by F.H. Lane from a sketch by A. Conant, Lane & Scott's Lithography, published by A. Conant, Boston, 1845. Sheet size 19 1/4 x 26 1/2 inches. Unframed. (Inventory #439). Literature:

Lot: 266 - VIEW OF THE BATTLE GROUND AT CONCORD, MASS. AFTER

Lithograph drawn by F.H. Lane, B.W. Thayer Lithography, Boston, 1840. Sheet size 16 1/4 x 20 3/4 inches, sight. Frame 25 1/4 x 29 3/4 inches. (Inventory #438). Provenance: The Old Print Shop, New York.Literature: Illustrated in Georgia B. Barnhill

Lot: 267 - VIEW OF NORWICH, FROM THE WEST SIDE OF THE RIVER.

Sketched from nature by F.H. Lane, lithograph printed in colors by Sarony & Major, New York, published by A. Conant, 1849. Sheet size 13 3/4 x 17 1/4 inches, sight. Frame 19 1/2 x 23 inches. (Inventory #454). Provenance: The Old Print Shop, New

Lot: 268 - AUXILIARY PACKET SHIP MASSACHUSETTS. AFTER FITZ

Lithograph drawn by F.H. Lane, printed by Lane & Scott's Lithography, Boston, 1845. Sheet size 11 1/4 x 15 inches, sight. Frame 18 1/4 x 22 inches. (Inventory #442). Literature: Illustrated in Georgia B. Barnhill and Melissa Geisler Trafton,

Lot: 269 - STEAM PACKET SHIP MASS. IN A SQUALL, NOV. 10,

Lithograph drawn by F.H. Lane, Lane & Scott's Lithography, Boston, 1845-46. Sheet size 11 1/2 x 16 inches, sight. Frame 21 1/2 x 26 inches. (Inventory #443). Literature: Illustrated in Georgia B. Barnhill and Melissa Geisler Trafton, "Drawn from

Lot: 270 - DEPARTURE OF THE JAMESTOWN, FOR CORK, IRELAND,

Lithograph drawn by F.H. Lane, Lane & Scott's Lithography, Boston, 1847. Sheet size 5 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches, sight. Frame 10 x 12 3/4 inches. (Inventory # 475). Literature: Originally published as the frontispiece for Robert Bennet Forbes' book,

Lot: 271 - RARE AND UNRECORDED LITHOGRAPHIC PRINT "THE

Tinted lithograph, "drawn and published by F.H. Lane" (as indicated below the image), Boston, printed by John C. Sharp, circa 1843. Sheet size 12 x 15 3/4 inches. Frame 18 1/4 x 22 inches. Provenance: Northeast Auctions, Portsmouth, New Hampshire,

Lot: 272 - BOWDOIN COLLEGE, BRUNSWICK, ME.

Lithograph by Lane & Scott's Lithography, Boston, published by J. Griffin, circa 1848-49. Sheet size 7 1/2 x 12 1/4 inches. (Inventory #441). Literature: Originally published as the frontispiece for "Bowdoin Poets," edited by Edward P. Weston,

Lot: 273 - SEVEN PIECES OF SHEET MUSIC WITH COVERS ATTRIBUTED

Each cover a lithograph with multiple pages, approximately 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches.Including "The Mad Girl's Song," "The Maniac," "The Nahant Quadrilles," "The Old Arm Chair," "The Loved One Was Not There," "He Doeth All Things Well," and "On Ellen's

Lot: 274 - ENCAMPMENT AT BARNSTABLE, SEPT. 1839. AFTER FITZ

Lithograph with handcoloring, drawn by F.H. Lane, printed at T. Moore's, Boston, 1839. Sheet size 6 3/4 x 10 inches. (Inventory #477). Showing the New England Guards at Barnstable to participate in the town's bicentennial celebrations. The image was

Lot: 275 - FIVE FRAMED SHEET MUSIC COVERS OF MILITARY QUICK

Each a lithograph drawn by F.H. Lane, four frames approximately 18 x 14 1/4 inches; one 16 1/2 x 14 inches.Including two copies of "Captn. E.G. Austin's Quick Step...Boston Light Infantry," "Lawrence Quick Step... New England Guards," "Salem Mechanik

Lot: 276 - EIGHT PIECES OF SHEET MUSIC WITH COVERS ATTRIBUTED

Each cover a lithograph with multiple pages, approximately 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches.Including "Lawrence Quick Step," "The Mariner Loves O'er the Waters to Roam," "Song of the Fisher's Wife," "Sicilian Matins," "Sicilian Vespers," "The Pesky Sarpent: A

Lot: 277 - FIVE FRAMED SHEET MUSIC COVERS, AFTER FITZ HENRY

Each a lithograph drawn by F.H. Lane, each frame 16 1/2 x 14 inches.Including "The Pesky Sarpent: A Pathetic Ballad," "Song of the Fisher's Wife," "The Mariner's Return: A Song of the Sea," "The Mariner Loves O'er the Waters to Roam: A Duet," and

Lot: 278 - JAMES BRADE SWORD (AMERICAN 1839-1915). MARBLEHEAD

Oil on canvas, 14 x 22 inches. Signed "J.B. Sword" l.l.

Lot: 279 - GIANNI CILFONE (AMERICAN 1908-1992). GLOUCESTER

Oil on canvas, 16 x 20 inches. Signed "G. Cilfone" l.r.

Lot: 280 - HARRY AIKEN VINCENT (AMERICAN 1864 - 1931).

Watercolor on paper, 24 x 32 inches. Signed "H.A. Vincent" l.l. Exhibited: Rockport Art Association, "Henry Aiken Vincent and His Contemporaries," October 6 - November 12, 2006.

Lot: 281 - OTIS PIERCE COOK, JR. (AMERICAN 1900-1980). THE

The net menders (Rockport Harbor). Oil on canvas, 25 x 30 inches. Signed "Otis Cook" l.l.

Lot: 282 - GERRIT A. BENEKER (AMERICAN, 1882-1934).

Oil on board, 16 x 12 inches. Signed "Gerrit A. Beneker" and dated '28, l.r. The reverse inscribed in several places with title, 1928 and "Truro, Mass."

Lot: 283 - HARRISON BIRD BROWN (AMERICAN 1831-1915). SHIPS IN

Oil on canvas, 25 x 48 inches. Signed "H.B. Brown" in l.l.

Lot: 285 - CARL PHILIPP WEBER (AMERICAN 1849-1922). GRAND

Oil on canvas, 18 x 30 inches. Signed "Phlipp Weber" and dated 1878, l.r.

Lot: 286 - CHARLES HUBBARD (AMERICAN 1801-1876). THE WRECK OF

Oil on canvas mounted to board, 22 1/4 x 30 inches. Signed at one time "Charles Hubbard" l.l. The stretcher with old label inscribed with title and "... Painted on the spot by Charles Hubbard of Beacon St., Chelsea, Mass."Provenance: The reverse with

Lot: 287 - CODFISH SHOP SIGN, FULL BODIED PATINATED HEAVY

Length 36 1/2 inches.

Lot: 288 - C. MYRON CLARK (AMERICAN 1858-1925). THE U.S.S.

Oil on canvas, 20 x 26 inches. Signed "C. Myron Clark" l.l.

Lot: 289 - FEDERICO ROJO (SPANISH SCHOOL, NINETEENTH

Each oil on panel, 8 1/4 x 18 1/4 inches. Signed "Fco. Rojo M." (One illustrated.)

Lot: 290 - GRENFELL WOOL AND COTTON HOOKED RUG DEPICTING A

Possibly depicting the vaccine run to Nome, mounted within black borders on a wood support. Mat 37 x 24 1/4 inches, overall 42 1/2 x 32 inches.

Lot: 291 - GRENFELL WOOL AND COTTON HOOKED RUG DEPICTING

Mounted within black borders on a wood support. Rug 50 3/4 x 37 3/4 inches, overall 55 1/2 x 42 1/2 inches.

Lot: 292 - A CHART OF PART OF THE SOUTH COAST OF

Engraving on paper, three joined sheets 25 1/4 x 67 1/4 inches, sight, with a 7 1/2 x 8 inch sheet extending Fortune Bay. Frame 31 x 81 inches.From The North-Atlantic Pilot for Newfoundland, Labradore, the Gulf and River St. Laurence. London: Printed

Lot: 293 - LOUIS ORR (AMERICAN 1879-1961). EIGHT "PORTS OF

Depicting Hampton Roads, Savannah, New Orleans, Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo, Duluth, and San Francisco. Each print on card stock titled and signed in pencil lower margin. Largest plate size 7 1/2 x 10 1/4 inches. Provenance: Francis P. Garvan

Lot: 294 - THE FRIGATE "ARBELLA" OF SALEM. AMERICAN SCHOOL,

Ink and watercolor on paper, 15 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches, sight. Identified on the bow and titled, l.l.

Lot: 295 - CURRIER & IVES. THE GRANDEST PALACE DRAWING ROOM

Sheet size 25 1/2 x 35 1/4 inches, sight. Frame 35 1/2 x 44 1/4 inches.Large-folio color lithograph, sketched and drawn by Charles R. Parsons, published by Currier & Ives, New York, 1878. Conningham 2541.Provenance: Wunderlich & Company, New

Lot: 296 - THOMAS WORTH (AMERICAN 1834-1917). TWO WORKS: "NO

Each watercolor on paper, 11 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches, sight. Signed "Thos. Worth" l.r. Each frame 20 x 15 1/4 inches.

Lot: 297 - SHADOWBOX MODEL OF A TWO-MASTED CLASSIC YACHT WITH

22 x 32 1/2 inches.

Lot: 298 - SHADOWBOX MODEL OF THREE-MASTED SCHOONER "ELSIE

20 1/2 x 26 1/2 inches.

Lot: 299 - SHADOWBOX DIORAMA OF A BUSY HARBOR SCENE WITH THE

12 1/2 x 39 x 10 inches.

Lot: 300 - SHADOWBOX MODEL OF A THREE-MASTED SHIP WITH CARVED

23 1/2 x 33 inches.

Lot: 301 - SHADOWBOX MODEL OF THE SWEDISH FOUR-MASTED

24 x 38 inches.

Lot: 302 - THOMAS WILLIS (AMERICAN 1850-1912). STEAMSHIP

Oil on canvas with silk thread. Signed l.r., T. Willis, 22 x 36 inches.

Lot: 303 - SAILOR'S GEOMETRIC INLAID VALUABLES BOX WITH

Height 6 1/2 inches, top 17 x 13 inches.

Lot: 304 - SHADOWBOX MODEL OF A ROYAL NORWEGIAN NAVAL BARK IN

17 x 20 inches.

Lot: 305 - SHADOWBOX MODEL OF THE PADDLEWHEEL STEAMER

17 x 25 inches.

Lot: 306 - SHADOWBOX MODEL OF THE SHIP-OF-THE-LINE

18 x 28 inches.

Lot: 307 - SHADOWBOX MODEL OF A THREE-MASTED SHIP-OF-THE-LINE

15 1/2 x 24 inches.

Lot: 308 - PRIMITIVE PAINTING OF THREE SAILORS ON SHORE

Oil on canvas, 15 x 11 1/4 inches.

Lot: 309 - FRANZ XAVER BERGMAN (AUSTRIAN 1861-1936). VIENNA

Bergman foundry mark of a "B" within an amphora vase. Height 6 3/4 inches.

Lot: 310 - PRIMITIVE PORTRAIT OF A FULLY RIGGED AMERICAN SHIP

Oil on canvas, 22 1/2 x 27 inches. With printed "WORCESTER" sternboard.

Lot: 311 - BOOKLET "THE WIDE, WIDE SEA: BEING A COLLECTION OF

Handwritten and hand-drawn listing of vessels with descriptions of rigging and sail configurations. Pen and ink on lined paper, 22 pp., 6 1/4 x 3 3/4 inches. Illustrating various types of vessels in colored ink with descriptions in English, the

Lot: 312 - PAIR OF ENGLISH BRASS TAVERN OR SHIP'S

Height 12 1/2 inches.

Lot: 313 - BRIGANTINE "MARGARET" IN HEAVY SEAS. EUROPEAN

Watercolor on paper, 15 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches, sight. Provenance: Childs Gallery, Boston.

Lot: 314 - NEW ENGLAND SHERATON MAHOGANY AND FLAME BIRCH

Height 29 1/4 inches, width 36 1/2 inches.

Lot: 315 - PHILADELPHIA CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY CARD TABLE,

Height 30 inches, width 36 1/4 inches, depth 18 inches. The top with inlaid half circle of pie-shaped veneer above an elaborately carved pedestal on a plinth base with wing tipped carved paw feet. See Alexandra Kirkley, "Philadelphia Classical

Lot: 316 - NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY

Height 27 inches, diameter 31 1/2 inches. The dish-top tilting above a column-turned pedestal, raised on cabriole legs ending in claw feet. An early attached label inscribed "pie crust from Nightengale home Prov. R.I."

Lot: 317 - CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY CHEST OF GRADUATED DRAWERS ON

Height 23 3/4 inches, width 35 1/2 inches, depth 20 inches.

Lot: 318 - NEW ENGLAND HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY BOW FRONT CHEST,

Some veneer loss. Height 36, width 39, depth 21 inches.

Lot: 319 - NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY TILT-TOP HUTCH TABLE AND FIVE

Table height 29 1/2 inches, top 49 x 64 inches.

Lot: 320 - YOUNG BOY HOLDING A WHIP AND SEATED WITH HIS DOG

Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 inches. In a bird's-eye maple frame.

Lot: 321 - PENNSYLVANIA TWO-PART STEP BACK CUPBOARD.

The upper section with glazed doors, the lower section with drawers and cupboard doors. Alterations. Height 93 inches, width 67 1/2 inches, depth 21 1/2 inches.

Lot: 322 - PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT TALL CHEST OF

Having an arrangement of graduated drawers and raised on ogee bracket feet, some imperfections. Height 72 1/2 inches, width 44 inches, depth 24 inches.

Lot: 323 - NEW ENGLAND MAHOGANY CORNER CHAIR.

With vasiform splats and slip seat.

Lot: 324 - PRIMITIVE AMERICAN WATERCOLOR OF "FRINKS LOCKS,

In Chester County, Pennsylvania. Frame 17 x 20 inches.

Lot: 325 - AMERICAN CHERRY TRAY-TOP CANDLESTAND WITH DRAWER

Height 27 1/4, top 17 inches square.

Lot: 326 - COMB BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR IN OLD OLIVE GREEN

The seat now neatly fitted as a commode chair.

Lot: 327 - QUEEN ANNE WALNUT IN PARCEL GILT WALL MIRROR WITH

Height 28 inches.

Lot: 328 - NEW ENGLAND WRITING ARM WINDSOR CHAIR.

With bamboo turnings.

Lot: 329 - AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE TIGER MAPLE TWO-DRAWER WORK

27 1/2 x 19 1/2 x 19 inches.

Lot: 330 - RURAL PENNSYLVANIA MAPLE SPLAYED LEG ONE-DRAWER

With molded edge top. 26 x 24 x 17 inches.

Lot: 331 - NEW ENGLAND SHERATON TIGER MAPLE ONE-DRAWER STAND

Height 26 inches, top 17 x 16 1/2 inches.

Lot: 332 - GROUP OF PAINTED STONE AUTUMNAL FRUIT GATHERED IN

Diameter of bowl 13 1/2 inches.

Lot: 333 - AMERICAN TIGER MAPLE CHEST.

With four reverse graduated drawers. Height 39 1/2 inches, top 41 x 17 1/3 inches.

Lot: 334 - FEDERAL FIGURED MAHOGANY SECRETARY WITH EAGLE

Height 73 inches, width 42 inches, depth 18 1/2 inches.

Lot: 335 - AMERICAN NEEDLEWORK AND PAINTED SILK "SCENE IN A

16 x 19 1/2 inches, sight. A similar example is in the Collection of Sturbridge Village. Provenance: The Saltonstall Family, Temple Pond; Estelle Glavey Antiques.

Lot: 336 - AMERICAN NEEDLEWORK FAMILY REGISTER.

26 x 21 inches, sight. The family of John A. Thomas, born April 14, 1774 and Susan Munn Thomas, born October 22, 1801.

Lot: 337 - LADY OF THE LAKE NEEDLEWORK AND TEMPERA SCENE

Signed under the Knight of Snowdoun's hand, "Helen Cuthberth" and dated 1816. Frame 22 x 28 inches.

Lot: 338 - NEEDLEWORK AND WATERCOLOR ON SILK SCENE OF A BIRD

Frame 25 x 28 1/2 inches.

Lot: 339 - PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT SLANT LID DESK

Height 47 inches, width 42 inches, depth 20 inches.

Lot: 340 - PENNSYLVANIA FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY TALL CHEST

Height 50 1/2 inches, width 46 inches, depth 22 1/2 inches.

Lot: 341 - ENGLISH THREE-QUARTER LENGTH PORTRAIT OF AN

Oil on canvas, 23 1/2 x 24 1/2 inches. Three-quarter length portrait in a green velvet coat within a deep red swag curtain.

Lot: 342 - UNUSUAL SCRUBBED PINE FIVE-TIER HANGING SHELF OF

Height 46 inches, width 36 inches.

Lot: 343 - PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN IN BLACK DRESS, WEARING

Oil on canvas, 26 x 22 inches.

Lot: 344 - SMALL EARLY AMERICAN RED PAINTED BUCKET BENCH WITH

45 x 31 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches.

Lot: 345 - GEORGE J. ROBERTSON (BRITISH 1810-1894). PORTRAIT

Oil on canvas, 39 x 33 inches. Inscribed "Francis C. Bain, Age 21 mo., Kenosha, Wis., Feb. 9, 1851, G.J. Robertson Pinxt" on verso. Fogg Art Museum Loan label on stretcher, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Frances Cecilia Bain (b. 1849)

Lot: 346 - ENGLISH PAINTED METAL DOUBLE-SIDED TAVERN SIGN

Overall 42 1/2 x 30 inches.

Lot: 347 - ENGLISH PORTRAIT OF A GIRL IN WHITE DRESS HOLDING

Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 inches.

Lot: 348 - PRIMITIVE PORTRAIT OF A SEATED YOUNG MAN WITH HIS

In a primitive, make-do frame. Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 inches.

Lot: 349 - AMERICAN PRIMITIVE PORTRAIT OF A SEATED WOMAN WITH

Oil on canvas, 28 x 24 inches.

Lot: 350 - PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE CHERRY CORNER CUPBOARD.

The architectural crest above two glazed doors, two drawers and two panel doors. Height 88 1/2 inches, width 52 1/2 inches, depth 26 inches.

Lot: 351 - PENNSYLVANIA FEDERAL STEP-BACK CUPBOARD WITH PANEL

The upper section with candle drawers, the lower section with bracket feet. Height 85 inches, width 58 1/4 inches, depth 17 1/4 inches.

Lot: 352 - EARLY PRIMITIVE INLAID PINE TRIPLE SLATE.

16 x 13 1/2 inches.

Lot: 353 - EARLY AMERICAN HARDWOOD SLOPE-SIDED SPICE BOX WITH

Height 13 x width 11 1/2 x depth 10 1/2 inches.

Lot: 354 - MINIATURE HEPPLEWHITE WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS.

Height 9 1/2 inches.

Lot: 355 - HANDCRAFTED REPRODUCTION FEDERAL INLAID WALNUT

24 1/2 x 22 x 12 inches.

Lot: 356 - AMERICAN CLASSICAL PERIOD MAHOGANY CHEST OF

Height 15 1/4 inches.

Lot: 357 - AMERICAN FEDERAL MAHOGANY SMALL CABINET, POSSIBLY

The case with two drawers over two cupboard doors on turned legs. 20 1/2 x 20 x 12 1/2 inches.

Lot: 358 - BURL WOOD TWO TIERED HANGING SHELF WITH SCALLOPED

Height 20 inches, width 25 1/2 inches, depth 7 1/2 inches.

Lot: 359 - PENNSYLVANIA DOUBLE-LIDDED KNIFE BOX OF DOVETAILED

Length 16 3/4 inches. Provenance: H. William Koch Collection, Ephrata, Pennsylvania.

Lot: 360 - EARLY AMERICAN CARVED WOODEN DIPPING LADLE

Length of ladle 11 1/2 inches.

Lot: 361 - MINIATURE CHIPPENDALE BLANKET BOX.

Of dovetailed construction with molded base and bracket feet.

Lot: 362 - SPANISH BROWN PAINTED CANDLEBOX WITH SPOON RACK

Height 12 1/2 inches.

Lot: 363 - PENNSYLVANIA WALNUT SLAW GRATER WITH HEART

Height 24 inches.

Lot: 364 - AMERICAN CLASSICAL MINIATURE WALNUT THREE DRAWER

Height 12 1/2 inches.

Lot: 365 - **ENGLISH RECTANGULAR TEA CADDY WITH SHELL AND

Length of first 7 1/2 inches.

Lot: 366 - TWO ENGLISH RECTANGULAR TEA CADDIES WITH SHELL AND

Length of largest 8 inches.

Lot: 367 - TWO INLAID ENGLISH RECTANGULAR TEA CADDIES, ONE

Length of largest 7 1/2 inches.

Lot: 368 - CANTON SOUP TUREEN WITH UNDERPLATE TOGETHER WITH

Length of largest underplate 14 inches.

Lot: 369 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN BLUE FITZHUGH SHAPED

Diameter 11 inches.

Lot: 370 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN BLUE FITZHUGH PLATTER

Length 17 inches.

Lot: 371 - FIVE CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE TRENCHER SALTS.

Minor professional repairs to rims.

Lot: 372 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN PUNCH BOWL, PAINTED WITH

Recent professional restoration. Diameter 12 1/2 inches.

Lot: 373 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN MADAME DE POMPADOUR

Diameter 13 3/4 inches. Recent professional restoration.

Lot: 374 - CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE

Recent professional restoration to the stem. Height 8 inches.

Lot: 375 - AMERICAN MARKET CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN CIDER

Museum loan number 37.3.1970 A. Height 8 3/4 inches. On bottom, some loss to gold, primarily on cover, 3 /4 inch firing crack on upper rim of jug over eagle.

Lot: 376 - AMERICAN MARKET CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN TEAPOT

Museum loan number 37.4.1970 A&B. Height 6 inches.

Lot: 377 - EN SUITE WITH PROCEEDING LOT, COFFEE POT, TEAPOT,

Vase with museum loan number 37.1.1970. Wear to eagles and various damages. Not illustrated, no absentee bids, must be viewed in person.

Lot: 378 - NEEDLEWORK ON SILK DEPICTING COUNTRY LANDSCAPE.

According to tradition, painted by Susanna Kinsman of Plainfield, Connecticut. Frame 19 x 16 inches.

Lot: 379 - BIRDSALL "BUDGE" RIDGWAY (AMERICAN 1912-1982),

The first signed "B. RIDGWAY" in black paint, length 17 3/4 inches; the second with indecipherable signature, length 14 1/4 inches.

Lot: 380 - 'THE RICH WIDOW-THE FORTUNE HUNTER' AND 'SUCCESS

Height 5 inches, diameter 6 3/4 inches.

Lot: 381 - SPODE PORCELAIN 'RED TRADE WINDS' EXTENSIVE DINNER

Each form with gilt rim, the service with various patterns - comprising twelve 10" dinner plates, twelve 10" soup plates, twelve 8" plates, twelve 6" plates, twelve coffee cups, twelve coffee saucers, twelve cans, twelve small saucers, four coffee

Lot: 382 - AMERICAN TIN NINE-LIGHT CHANDELIER, NINETEENTH

Of two-tier construction with double cone finial and pendant. Height 25 inches, diameter 21 inches.

Lot: 383 - TWO LONDON DELFT BLUE AND MANGANESE PURPLE SPONGED

TOGETHER WITH A LIVERPOOL DELFT BLUE AND WHITE 'THE TEMPTATION' TILE, CIRCA 1765; AND A DUTCH DELFT BLUE AND WHITE 'MERMAID' TILE, 1650-80.

Lot: 384 - COLLECTION OF BOOKS.

Miscellaneous titles, mostly on the subject of Delft.

Lot: 385 - SPODE PORCELAIN 'RED TRADE WINDS' TEA AND COFFEE

Two coffee pots, two teapots, helmet creamer, drum-shaped creamer, sugar bowl, twelve coffee cups and saucers, twelve tea plates (43). (Part illustrated.)

Lot: 386 - TWENTY-FOUR SPODE PORCELAIN 'RED TRADE WINDS'

Twelve 10" and twelve 8". (Part illustrated.)

Lot: 387 - SPODE PORCELAIN 'RED TRADE WINDS' DINNER SERVICE.

Each form with gilt-rim, the service with various patterns - twelve 10" dinner plates, twelve 8" plates, covered soup tureen, two large platters, small platter, two oblong serving dishes, and a sauce boat with attached undertray (31). (Part




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