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  • MARGUERITE KIRMSE (CT/UK1885-1954) DOG

    MARGUERITE KIRMSE (CT/UK1885-1954) DOG

  • BRONZE DOG HEAD INKWELL

    BRONZE DOG HEAD INKWELL

  • (3) VIENNA BRONZE ANIMALS

    (3) VIENNA BRONZE ANIMALS

  • (2) VIENNA BRONZE ANIMALS

    (2) VIENNA BRONZE ANIMALS

Lot: 3001 - MARGUERITE KIRMSE (CT/UK1885-1954) DOG SCULPTURE

Seated Scottie, bronze sculpture, signed "M. Kirmse" on base, Gorham Foundry mark, 1 1/2" high, 3" x 1 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3002 - BRONZE DOG HEAD INKWELL

19th c. Cold Painted Bronze Figural Inkwell, in the form of a Jack Russell Terrier with collar, hinged opening just below collar, mounted on round rolled shoulder oak base, 5 1/4" high, 6 3/8" diam. Minor paint losses.

Lot: 3003 - (3) VIENNA BRONZE ANIMALS

Group of (3) Early 20th c. Austrian Cold Painted Bronzes, incl: Standing cat, marked 'Geschutzt', 1 7/8" high, 3 3/4" wide; Standing dog, unmarked, 1 7/8" high, 3 1/4" wide; and Standing pug dog, unmarked, 1 1/8" high, 2" wide. Paint losses.

Lot: 3004 - (2) VIENNA BRONZE ANIMALS

Group of (2) Early 20th c. Austrian Cold Painted Bronzes, incl: Rat, marked '1064', 1 1/8" high, 4" wide; and Guinea pig, stamped "Geschutzt", 1 1/8" high, 1 1/4" wide. Paint losses.

Lot: 3005 - (5) VIENNA BRONZE BIRDS

Collection of (5) Early 20th c. Austrian Cold Painted Bronze Bird Figurines, incl: Cockatiel, marked 'Geschutzt', 3 1/2" high, 3 1/2" x 1 1/2"; Parrot, marked 'Geschutzt', 2 1/4" high, 3" x 1 1/4", small underside tail chip; (3) Woodpeckers, in graduated sizes, 1 1/8", 1 1/2" and 2 5/8" high. Paint losses.

Lot: 3006 - (8) ANIMAL FIGURES

Lot of (8) Assorted Animal Figurines, incl: 19th c. Cold painted spelter inkwell in the form of a standing Kingfisher, 3 3/4" high, 4 1/2" x 2"; Painted spelter seated dog with head bandage, 2 7/8" high; Painted spelter two dogs chained together, 1 3/4" high; Standing duck and frog, in painted metal, 2" high; Small painted metal bird, 7/8" high; Two rats in painted metal, 1/2" high; Ceramic goose with metal legs, 1 1/2" high; and Ceramic seagull with metal legs, 1 1/4" high, beak chip. Paint losses.

Lot: 3007 - VIENNA BRONZE BIRDS

Group of (3) Late 19th - Early 20th c. Cold Painted Bronze Bird Figures, with delicately sculpted feathers, all unmarked but likely from the foundry of Franz Xavier Bergman (Austria, 1861-1936), incl: Kingfisher, 2 1/2" high, 2 1/2" x 1 1/8"; Canary, 2 1/2" high, 4" x 1 1/2", paint losses; and Parrot, 1 1/2" high, 1 7/8" x 3/4".

Lot: 3008 - (7) PAINTED METAL BLACK AMERICANA FIGURES

Collection of (7) Cold Painted Metal Figures, incl: Two men on a bench, one smoking a cigar, 2 1/4" high; Two children on a bench, boy trying to kiss girl, 1 1/2" high; Kneeling woman, 1 1/2" high; Man pushing a figure on a cart, 1 1/4" high; (2) Standing women, 1 5/8" and 1 3/8" high; and Little seated girl with arms extended, 1/2" high. Paint losses.

Lot: 3009 - BRONZE BIRD SCULPTURE

Figure of a Heron Catching a Frog, probably a clock mount, most likely Continental, but unsigned, circa 1880, roughly 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 4 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3010 - ELI HARVEY (NY/CA, 1860-1957)

Bear Balancing on a Sphere, bronze sculpture, signed and dated 1909, set on a square base with wood lining, base edge marked "B. Zoppo Foundries, N.Y." with green verdigris patina, 6" high, 3 3/4" x 2 7/8". Good condition.

Lot: 3011 - 19TH C. BRONZE FOX INKWELL

Depicting a Fox-headed Man, seated in an armchair and preparing to soak his feet, attired in a tailcoat and sleeping cap, bucket in front, mounted on a stone base, with hinged head, 4 1/4" high, 4 5/8" x 3 1/2". Repaired base break.

Lot: 3012 - TIM COTTERILL (UK, 1950- ), AKA "FROGMAN"

"Cromwell", limited edition bronze sculpture, #342/450, incised "Frogman" and signed "2012, Tim", depicting a standing owl extending his taloned foot, mottled surface with polished ears and talons, 6 ¼" high, 9 ½" x 10". Good condition.

Lot: 3013 - GLENN HINES (CONTEMPORARY MAINE)

Recumbent Moose, limited edition bronze sculpture, #4/25, monogrammed and dated "GH, '91" top of base, 17 ¾" high, 23" x 13 ½". Good condition.

Lot: 3014 - CHARLES GREENOUGH "CHIPPY" CHASE (ME, 1908-1988)

"Common Eider", carved wood sculpture, signed and inscribed on base "Charles Greenough Chase, Common Eider, Somateria Mollissima, No. 344, Sept. 1984", depicting a standing eider searching for mussels amid rocks and seaweed, on carved integral base. Comes with three personal notes from Chase, information about the artist, and an invitation to a 1983 New York exhibition of his bird sculpture where this piece was purchased (including receipt from down payment), 12" high, 25 1/4", 15 1/2". Sun fading and dryness to one side, edge shrinkage cracks.

Lot: 3015 - RALPH N. HURST (FL/IN, 1918-2003)

Pink Stone Sculpture of a Fish, signed and dated 'Hurst, 88' on underside, mounted on black base with integral turntable, 7" x 10 1/4" x 4" overall, good condition.

Lot: 3016 - RALPH N. HURST (FL/IN, 1918-2003)

Grey Stone Sculpture of a Tern, signed and dated 'Ralph Hurst, N-1-80' on lower back of tail, mounted on black base with integral turntable, 7 3/4" x 7 3/4" x 5 1/2" overall, good condition.

Lot: 3017 - CIRCA 1920S BAVARIAN CARVED FIGURAL SCULPTURE

Male Alpine Mountain Climber with rope and pick, carved wooden sculpture, unsigned, a well-executed depiction of a young man atop a rock, assessing the next leg of his climb. 13 3/4" high, 5 3/4" x 4 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3018 - ALABASTER BUST SCULPTURE, ART NOUVEAU ERA

Dante's Beatrice, in carved alabaster with gold painted detail, on integral shaped and panelled base, 10" x 10" x 5", good condition.

Lot: 3019 - PR ARMOR BRONZE "SKULL ON BOOKS" BOOKENDS

Pair of Early 20th c. Bronze Clad Bookends, depicting human skulls on books, by The Armor Bronze Corporation, New York City, with green felted base and affixed Armor Bronze labels, 5 1/2" high, 3 7/8" x 4 3/4". Paint losses to skulls.

Lot: 3020 - AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS (NY/NH/MA/FRANCE, 1848-1907)

"NIKH-EIPHNH" (Peace - Victory), circa 1900, cast and patinated bronze with artist's monogram lower right, 9" diam. Fine condition.

Lot: 3021 - HANS STOLENBERG-LERCHE (GERMANY, 1887-1920)

'Woman', cast bronze, signed on base, mounted on marble plinth, ca. 1900. 22" tall overall. Bronze is fine, cracked marble, verdigris patina.

Lot: 3022 - VERY RARE SIGNED CALDWELL ROMAN REVIVAL GILDED BRONZE AND ROUGE MARBLE FONT

Magnificent Large Centerpiece with turned Rouge du Roi marble bowl supported by mercury gilt figures of kneeling Satyrs, on a trifid matching marble base resting on gilt bronze acanthus leaf peg feet, marked with the 'C' within diamond mark on the underside of one foot. 13 1/4" x 15" diam. Fine condition.

Lot: 3023 - DAHLOV IPCAR (ME/VT, 1917 - 2017)

"Fish", a soft sculpture, circa 1970s-80s, signed by thread under tail, made of the brightly colored geometric textiles of the era, some batik that may be unique, stuffed with soft filler, buttons for eyes, 17" long. Good condition.

Lot: 3024 - DAHLOV IPCAR (ME/VT, 1917-2017)

"Zebra Hillside", oil on Belgian linen, signed lower right and dated 1992; label verso from her Bath, Maine studio, giving title, original price of $3,500. In teak slat frame with black shadowline, OS: 31 1/4" x 19 1/4", SS: 30" x 18". Fine condition.

Lot: 3025 - DAHLOV IPCAR (ME/VT, 1917-2017)

"Dryland Dusk", a woodland landscape with antelope, coyote and hares, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1980, with the artist's label verso giving the title and an original price of $700. Housed in the original barnwood frame with linen liner, OS: 23 1/2" x 27 1/2", SS: 15 1/2" x 19 1/2", painting is fine, water stains to liner.

Lot: 3026 - MAURICE 'JAKE' DAY (ME, 1892-1983)

Castles in the Sky, gouache on illustration board, signed lower left, in gilt molded frame, matted and glazed, OS: 25 3/4" x 21 3/4", SS: 16 1/2" x 13 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3027 - BERNARD LANGLAIS (ME/NY, 1921-1977)

"Golden Head", wood relief construction on panel, various woods and finishes, late 1950s, titled verso, also inscribed verso "Bernard Langlais, 212 W. 28 St., NYC". 14 1/4" x 40 1/2". Good condition. Accompanied by Feb 10, 1987 letter of evaluation from Midtown Galleries of NYC for $8,000; other correspondence, show catalogs, newspaper clippings and hardcover copy of the Colby College book. For similar pieces, see pps 98-100 of this book.

Lot: 3028 - STEPHEN MORGAN ETNIER (ME/CA, 1903-1984)

"Boy on Bicycle", oil on masonite, signed lower right, also signed verso and titled, having notation "1st Version, 2nd Version in Dallas with hat". Depicting a young African-American boy astride his bike on a deserted beach, red and white striped lighthouse in distance. Housed in an artist made white linen plank frame, OS: 28 3/4" x 32", SS: 20 1/2" x 24". Good condition.

Lot: 3029 - JAY CONNAWAY (ME/AZ/IN, 1893-1907)

"Sunset, Monhegan", oil on hardboard, signed lower right, titled on label verso, in a Dutch gold molded frame, OS: 27 1/2" x 32 1/2", SS: 23 1/4" x 28 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3030 - ALBERT RUSSELL FULLER (ME/CA,1899-1980)

"Maine Shore", oil on canvas, the painting itself unsiged, but signed and titled verso on the stretcher, marked Monhegan Maine, in modern gilt Arts & Crafts molded panel frame, OS: 18 1/2" x 22 1/2", SS: 11 1/2" x 15 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3031 - JAMIE WYETH (PA/ME/DE, 1946 - )

"Olsen's", watercolor/gouache on half sheet of cotton rag paper, unsigned, circa 1965, his name and title in pencil on backing board, consigned by a family friend, depicting the Cushing, Maine farmhouse made famous by his father's widely reproduced "Christina's World", a work of 1948. The son's version from another view, housed in a dark grey wood frame. This piece done in the artist's youth, c. age 19, already demonstrating great skill and vision. Signed, matted and glazed, OS: 31 3/4" x 28 3/4", SS: 14" x 21 1/2", fine condition.

Lot: 3032 - CARL SPRINCHORN (NY/ME/SWEDEN, 1887-1971)

Sunset Cove, watercolor on Arches paper, signed lower right and dated 1947, in mitered barnwood frame, matted and glazed, OS: 20" x 24", SS: 11" x 14 3/4", good condition.

Lot: 3033 - WALDO PEIRCE (NY/ME/MA, 1884-1970)

The Circus is in Town, stone lithograph, executed in crayon and litho pencil on paper, initialed lower right, unframed, shrink-wrapped in ruled mat, OS: 17" x 22", SS: 10 3/4" x 15 3/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3034 - WALDO PEIRCE (NY/ME/MA, 1884-1970)

"Two Bathers by the Sea, '67", oil on linen, initialed and dated lower right, titled, signed and dated verso, in gold molded panel frame, OS: 36" x 30", SS: 29 1/2" x 23 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3035 - WALDO PEIRCE (NY/ME/MA, 1884-1970)

"Peter Webb with Guitar, Searsport, Sept 65, for Karen Peirce", oil on linen, inscribed lower right "For Karen, Papa, Sept. '65", signed, titled and dated verso, in gold molded panel frame, OS: 36" x 28", SS: 29 1/2" x 21 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3036 - WALDO PEIRCE (NY/ME/MA, 1884-1970)

"Ellen and Her Searsport Stonehenge", oil on canvas, marked "For Kai", initialed and dated '68 lower right; signed, titled and dated verso, dated Aug 68, inscribed "for Kai Larsen, from W", depicting a woman painting at a stone wall among birches, her canvas propped up on a red chair; housed in a gold molded black panel frame, OS: 24 1/2" x 20 1/2", SS: 19 1/2" x 15 1/2". Very good condition.

Lot: 3037 - WALDO PEIRCE (NY/ME/MA, 1884-1970)

"Young Bathers", oil on canvas, initialed and dated '68 upper left, signed, titled and dated Sept. 68 verso, a waist length portrait of a youngish semi-nude red haired woman emerging from a pond, housed in a gold matched corner molded panel frame, OS: 31" x 25", SS: 23 1/4" x 17 1/4". Very good condition.

Lot: 3038 - NILES SPENCER (NY/RI, 1893-1952)

Autumn Hillside with Buildings, watercolor on paper, signed lower left, in birdseye maple ogee frame, matted and glazed, OS: 22 1/2" x 26", SS: 14 1/2" x 18", good condition.

Lot: 3039 - SEARS GALLAGHER (MA, 1869-1955)

Log Cabin on Maine Inlet, (possibly Monhegan), watercolor on paper, signed lower right, in bleached oak frame, under French ruled mat, glazed, OS: 19 1/4" x 21 3/4", SS: 11 3/4" x 14 1/2", good condition.

Lot: 3040 - CHARLES FABENS KELLEY (IL, 1885-1960)

Eastport, Maine, watercolor on paper, signed lower left, circa 1930, in gilt oak domed frame, French-ruled mat under glass, OS: 29" x 23 1/2", SS: 19" x 14 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3041 - HARTWELL LEON WOODCOCK (ME/MA/FRANCE, 1853-1929)

Nassau, Bahamas, watercolor on board, signed lower left and dated 1908, in modern faux rosewood ogee frame under UV plexiglass, OS: 19 3/4" x 25 3/4", SS: 13 1/2" x 19 1/2". A few chafed spots in sky.

Lot: 3042 - ANNIE E. HARDY (NAIVE MAINE ARTIST)

"Coombs Point, Islesboro, Long Island, Penobscot Bay, Maine", oil on academy board, signed and titled verso, circa 1910, in simple gold cove frame, OS: 14" x 17", SS: 8 3/4" x 11 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3043 - CHARLES E. WILLETTE (ME, 1899-1979)

"Home in Hampden, Maine", oil on plywood, signed lower left, titled on tag verso, housed in a Folk Art white painted frame, OS: 23 3/4" x 29 3/4", SS: 17 1/2" x 23 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3044 - VIVIAN AKERS (MAINE/NORWAY, 1886-1966)

Ancient Pines in the Mountains, oil on panel with integral gilt frame, initialed on back, 5 1/2" x 5". Good condition.

Lot: 3045 - FRANCIS H. MCKAY AKA HJALMAR "CAPPY" AMUNDSEN (ME/NY/MA, 1911-2001)

"End of the Village", oil on canvasboard, signed lower left, signed and titled verso, in weathered gold frame with whitewash, white liner, OS: 21 1/2" x 17 1/2", SS: 15 1/4" x 11 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3046 - CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY (ME/MA, 1864-1940)

"Two Red Caps in Narrow Cove", oil on canvas on upson board, unsigned, titled in artist's hand verso and numbered 195, having his estate stamp, housed in a Guido (South Boston) 22/23 k gold water gilt frame in Whistler style, OS: 20 x 24 1/2, SS:12 1/4" x 17", good condition.

Lot: 3047 - NEIL WELLIVER (ME, 1929-2005)

"Fall Brook", 1996, monumental oil on canvas, titled and dated verso on stretcher in the artist's hand, label from Marlboro Gallery of 40 W. 57th St, NYC. Second label from Nassau County Museum of Art, from the exhibition "The Seasons", Nov 2019 to March 2020, lent by Alexandre Gallery at 25 E 73rd St, NYC; in maple box frame, OS: 74 1/2" x 74 1/2", SS: 72" x 72", fine condition.

Lot: 3048 - CHARLES WILDER OAKES (ME, 1956- )

"Wink", oil on driftwood board, signed "Oakes" lower right, titled and signed "Wildman" verso, a boldly stated and charming nocturnal depiction of an owl, tree line and mountain lake, unframed, 12" x 11 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3049 - CHARLES WILDER OAKES (ME, 1956- )

"Galactic Knights", acrylic on driftwood board, signed "Oakes" lower right, also signed verso "Wilder Oakes", depicting three owls fronting a Maine seaside landscape with lighthouse, under full moon, unframed, 15 1/4" x 24 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3050 - ERIC HOPKINS (ME/CT, 1951 - )

"Clouds from the Beach", graphite and watercolor on paper, signed and titled at the bottom, in black metal box frame, matted under UV glass, OS: 17" x 20 1/2", SS: 11" x 14 3/4", very good condition.

Lot: 3051 - JOHN GABLE

"Accents", 1988, watercolor on paper, depicting the red awnings of a brick front building, signed lower right, titled and dated on Barridoff Galleries of Portland, Maine label verso, in oak box frame, matted and glazed, OS: 18 3/4" x 22 3/4", SS: 7 3/4" x 11 3/4", good condition.

Lot: 3052 - DEWITT HARDY (ME/MO, 1940-2017)

Room Interior with Plants, watercolor cutout collage, signed lower left, in quarter round birch frame, matted and glazed, OS: 24" x 22 1/2", SS: 16 1/2" x 15", good condition.

Lot: 3053 - PHILIP BARTER (ME/CA, 1939 - )

Geometric Image, oil on board, signed lower right "Philip", mounted on a matte black painted panel, in an unstained wooden frame, OS: 15 1/4" x 17 1/4", board: 12 3/4" x 14". Paint losses, esp. at lower and right edges.

Lot: 3054 - BARBARA APPLEGATE (CONTEMPORARY MAINE)

"Sunflowers", oil on canvas, signed lower right, in gold shallow cove frame with black liner, OS: 36 1/4" x 30 1/4", SS: 29 1/2" x 23 1/2", fine condition.

Lot: 3055 - BRAD BETTS (CONTEMPORARY MAINE)

Schooner Heeling in Rough Seas, oil on canvas, signed lower left, in gilt molded deep cove frame, OS: 24" x 28", SS: 15 1/2" x 19 1/2", fine condition.

Lot: 3056 - BARBARA SULLIVAN (CONTEMPORARY MAINE)

Cooking while Chatting, (8 pc) egg tempera on raised plaster over wood, signed and dated '99 on the hem of her skirt at center, depicting a woman at a stove, kicking the front closed while on the phone, two pots bubbling away under a cloud of steam, roughly 50" x 66" x 8" deep. Good condition.

Lot: 3057 - NEAL HUGHES (CONTEMPORARY NEW JERSEY)

Owls Head Light, oil on canvas, signed lower left, in a gold molded panel frame, OS: 35 1/2" x 45 1/2", SS: 29 1/4" x 39 1/4", fine condition.

Lot: 3058 - TODD RIEFERS (CONTEMPORARY INDIANA, 1948)

"Vinalhaven", depicting a boatyard, oil on canvas, signed lower left, titled on frame tag, in gold molded frame, OS: 24 1/2" x 28 1/2", SS: 19 1/4" x 23 1/4", fine condition.

Lot: 3059 - ROBERT SPRING (20TH C. MAINE)

Purple Lupines, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in pale gold molded panel frame, OS: 21 3/4" x 17 3/4", SS: 15 1/4" x 11 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3060 - ROBERT SPRING (20TH C. MAINE)

White Heron in Wetlands, watercolor on paper, signed lower left and dated '97, inscribed verso by the artist as a gift to 'Frank', housed in a gilt molded frame, matted and glazed, OS: 26" x 38", SS: 15" x 27". Fine condition.

Lot: 3061 - ROBERT SPRING (20TH C. MAINE)

Yellow Primrose, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in a tan overgilt replica Impressionist frame, OS: 17" x 15", SS: 9" x 7". Fine condition.

Lot: 3062 - ROBERT SPRING (20TH C. MAINE)

Storm over Rocky Pine Fringed Cove, watercolor on paper, signed lower left, in silver bullnose frame, matted and glazed, OS: 25" x 32", SS: 20" x 27". Fine condition.

Lot: 3063 - ROBERT SPRING (20TH C. MAINE)

Rocky Ledge with Buoys, Sailboat in Fog, watercolor on paper, signed lower left, in silver bullnose frame, matted and glazed, OS: 25" x 31 1/2", SS: 20" x 26 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3064 - ROBERT SPRING (20TH C. MAINE)

Misty Summer Flower Garden, oil on canvas, signed lower left, in substantial ornate deep cove gold frame, OS: 34 1/2" x 46 1/2", SS: 23" x 35". Fine condition.

Lot: 3065 - ROBERT SPRING (20TH C. MAINE)

Wind Whipped Waves, oil on canvas, signed lower left, in a substantial gilt molded cove frame, OS: 38 1/2" x 44 1/2", SS: 29 1/4" x 35 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3066 - SUSAN HEADLEY VAN CAMPEN (CONTEMPORARY MAINE)

(3) Studies of Roses in Water Glasses, watercolor on paper, all pencil signed and titled, on deckled edge rag paper, in bleached birch slat frame floated within mat, glazed, OS: 16 3/4" square, sheet size: 9 1/4" square, fine condition.

Lot: 3067 - TIFFANY STUDIOS "GRAPEVINE" BOOK RACK

Early 20th c. Bronze and Caramel Slag Glass Adjustable Book Rack by Tiffany Studios, New York, Grapevine pattern, #1027, with glass lined square hinged end panels. Bronze has reddish patina, the base stamped "Tiffany Studios, New York, 1027", closed: 6 1/2" x 13 7/8", open: 6" high, base can expand to 23" long. One glass panel has two cracks; some surface wear, particularly to base.

Lot: 3068 - TIFFANY STUDIOS BRONZE TABLE LAMP WITH SHADE

Circa 1910 Tiffany Studios Lamp, with patinated bronze base #28619, and Jeweled Dragonfly leaded glass shade, triple socket fixture, with original bronze cap, shade interior edge stamped "Tiffany Studios, New York", lamp base stamped "28619, Tiffany Studios, New York", 25 1/2" high, 20 1/2" diam. Good condition.

Lot: 3069 - TIFFANY & CO. STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS

Set of (4) Tiffany & Co. Column Form Candle Holders, 1907-1947 date mark, #15893B, with square tops and cylindrical shafts, set on stepped square bases, weighted base, each with engraved OMS monogram, bases stamped "Tiffany & Co., 15893B, Makers, 4380, Sterling Silver, 925-1000, M", 7 3/4" to 8" high, 3 5/8" sq. base.

Lot: 3070 - PR TIFFANY & CO. STERLING OVAL HANDLED TRAYS

Pair of Sterling Silver Oval Trays, c. 1870-1891 date mark, with intricate floral and berry repousse decorated edge, grapevine form handles, undersides stamped "Tiffany & Co., 3915, Makers, 1669, Sterling Silver, 925-1000, M", 16" x 10", 54.17 ozt tw. Good condition.

Lot: 3071 - CASED SET OF TIFFANY & CO. "HAMPTON" FLATWARE

(88) Pieces of Sterling Silver Flatware by Tiffany & Co., Hampton pattern, service for twelve, purchased in 1970, with original Tiffany & Co. flatware brochure, incl: (12) Dinner knives; (12) Dinner forks; (12) Salad forks; (15) Teaspoons; (12) Butter spreaders (hollow handle); (12) Cream soup spoons; (2) Vegetable spoons; (1) Cold meat fork; (1) Gravy ladle; (1) Sugar tongs; (2) Demitasse spoons; (3) Seafood forks; (1) Sauce ladle; (1) Cake server; (1) Cheese server; 135.27 ozt tw.; PLUS a felt lined wooden lift top bowfront silver case with drawer; 6 1/4" high, 16 1/2" x 11 1/8". Good condition.

Lot: 3072 - PAIR OF CARTIER SILVER CANDELABRA

Pair of French 950-Silver Louis XV Style Six-Light Candelabra, 20th c., with removable bobeches, tops remove to create single candlesticks, each part stamped with Minerva head 950-silver mark, bases and one bobeche stamped "Cartier", bobeches also stamped "Made in France", 13 1/2" high, 12 3/8" diam., 173.97 ozt tw. Missing one bobeche.

Lot: 3073 - FRANTZ HINGELBERG DANISH SILVER COFFEE SET

(3) Piece Sterling Silver Beverage Set, designed by Svend Weihrauch (1899-1962) for Frantz Hingelberg, Aarhus, all pieces stamped "Sterling, Denmark, H. Hingelberg, Aarhus, 925S" with crown mark, incl: Coffee Pot, with bone handle and lid finial, 9 1/2" high, 9 3/4" x 6 1/2"; Sugar bowl, 3" high, 5 3/4" x 4 3/4", small side dent; and Cream jug, 3 1/4" high, 5 1/4" x 4"; 58.14 ozt tw. Good condition, except as noted.

Lot: 3074 - MIES VAN DER ROHE (IL/GERMANY, 1886-1969) MR10 SLING LOUNGE CHAIRS

Group of (6) Vintage Bauhaus Cantilever Chairs, designed by architect and designer Mies van der Rohe, circa 1930s, with chrome tubular frames, belting leather sling form backrests and seats, four in black and two in brown, unmarked, 31" high, 17 1/2" x 27", 17 1/2" high seat. Brown leather chairs have torn/dry cracking seats; some color loss and minor deterioration to black leather seats; losses to underside seat supports.

Lot: 3075 - VICKE LINDSTRAND (SWEDEN, 1904-1983) KOSTA BODA GLASS WHALE SCULPTURE

Artist Signed Swedish Art Glass Sculpture, depicting Jonah and the whale, in clear and etched glass, signed "V. Lindstrand, Kosta 6276". The piece is 7" high, 16 3/4" x 2 1/4". Base scratches.

Lot: 3076 - CHRISTO & JEAN-CLAUDE (NY/BULGARIA, 1935 - 2020/2009)

"Two Lower Manhattan Wrapped Buildings" (State Str. and Broadway, 20 Exchange Place, N.Y. City), lithograph, mixed media, 1980, pencil signed and numbered 36/99, title given on label verso from The Uptown Gallery, 1194 Madison Ave., New York, NY; Printer: La Poligrafica, Barcelona; Publisher: Ediciones Poligrafa, Barcelona; housed in a silver and gold molded frame with crackled cream panel, glazed, OS: 31 1/2" x 25 1/4", SS: 27 1/2" x 21 1/4". Includes appraisal for $7,000 from the gallery. Fine condition.

Lot: 3077 - MID-CENTURY MODERN LUCITE CUBE WITH BRUTALIST FORMS, UNIDENTIFIED ARTIST

Geometric Forms of red, blue and lavender, suspended within a 12" cube of solid lucite, with expected internal imperfections, webbing. Unsigned. Good condition. Very heavy.

Lot: 3078 - CAROL LEVIN (CONTEMPORARY)

A large abstract painting of a woman in a short dress kneeling among various potted plants in white frame. Signed “Levin” in bottom right corner. Image and frame in overall good condition. OS: 47 ¾" x 45 ¾"

Lot: 3079 - ANTONIO VOLPE "EGG SHAPED" RECLINING ROCKING CHAIR

Black Lacquered Bentwood Chaise Form Rocker, No. 267, mid to late 20th c., designed in 1922 and made by Italian maker Societa Anonima Antonio Volpe (Udine), with adjustable back and foot rest, sheet caned seat and back, 44 1/4" high (seat back fully erect), 60 1/2" wide (fully reclined), 28 1/2" wide. Caning losses/tears, minor paint losses.

Lot: 3080 - CAROL LEVIN (CONTEMPORARY)

Painting of two women with a tall orange vase with flowers in the foreground, signed upper left. In white painted wooden frame. Overall good condition. OS: 29 3/4" x 31 1/2".

Lot: 3081 - CHARLES DORMAN DAVID (TX, 1927-2013)

"Lady Egypt", a jugate portrait, carved from mastodon ivory, on a tigerwood display block, marked with his fishhook mark and dated '85 on the underside of the ivory, 3" figure, 2" cube base. Very good condition.

Lot: 3082 - VELOY VIGIL (NM/CO, 1931-1997)

"Village Sentinel", monumental acrylic on canvas, signed lower right, titled by artist on stretcher and marked #705, also with label from Carlson-Rowe Galleries of Taos, NM, giving title, medium and original price of $3,000. In a mahogany slat frame with domed gold front edge, OS: 61 1/4" x 61 1/4"; SS: 60" x 60". Light scuff on center left, tiny specs of white paint.

Lot: 3083 - LIMITED EDITION EDUARDO PAOLOZZI FOR WEDGWOOD PLATE SET

Cased Set of (6) Wedgwood "Variations on a Geometric Theme" Plates, #193 from limited edition of 200, designed by Eduardo Paolozzi (UK, 1924-2005), circa 1970, each with cotton sleeve, in original Wedgwood plastic case and outer cardboard case with paper inserts, plates: 10 1/2" diam., case: 3 1/4" high, 11 3/8" sq. Good condition.

Lot: 3084 - CAROL LEVIN (CONTEMPORARY)

Painting depicting a simplified view of snowcovered backlot at nightfall with office buildings and fire escape behind. Signed lower right and mounted in black and gold frame. Overall good condition. OS: 39 1/4" x 55 1/2"

Lot: 3085 - LEO E. OSBORNE (OR/WA, 1947 - )

"Whistling St. Francis", solid bronze with patination, signed on base, numbered 16/20 The Saint of Assisi who preached to 'his flock' is depicted with a bird on his shoulder, his hands clasped in prayer, 13" tall. Fine condition. Gallery price was given at $1,620.

Lot: 3086 - PR OF WILLY BECK STOOLS

Designed by Aksel Bender Madsen and Ejnar Larsen for Willy Beck, Denmark. 1950s. Teak and rattan. 18 1/2" x 16" x 21 1/2". Rattan repairs.

Lot: 3087 - CAROL LEVIN (CONTEMPORARY)

Oil on canvas painting of a nude female form lying among pillows with a cabinet in the background with a vase and chessboard on top, signed “Levin” in lower left. Overall good condition. OS: 25 ¾" x 21 ¾".

Lot: 3088 - HANNA STIEBEL (CA/ISRAEL,1923 -2005 )

"Man and Woman", maquette in bronze with gilt bronze, signed on integral base, circa 1980, possibly for a competition for a piece resting in the sculpture courtyard of the Detroit Historical Society, 19" x 3 1/8" x 2 3/4". Good condition. Stiebel, born in Tel Aviv, studied at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, earning an MFA in sculpture. Includes July/Aug 1986 issue of "The Michigan Woman", wherein she is the cover story.

Lot: 3089 - BEN SHAHN (NY, 1898-1969)

"Young Man Playing Double Oboe", 1969, life-sized litho, edition of 120, printed by Mourlot of Paris, inscribed in pencil at bottom "Signed for Ben Shahn by Bernarda B. Shahn" (his wife), numbered 120/125, & "Mourlot Lith." Housed in a black box frame, the 41" x 26" sheet floated over linen, OS: 45 3/4" x 31 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3090 - VINTAGE MID-1960'S ROCKER DESIGNED BY HANS JORGENSEN WEGNER (COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, 1914-2007)

Model J16 Rocker in satin cream painted beechwood, having a paper cord woven seat, produced by Fredericia of Denmark, purchased by the consignor in 1966. 16" seat, 25" arms, 42" back, 25" x 34". Some wear, stains to cording.

Lot: 3091 - KEES (CORNELIS THEODORUS MARIA) VAN DONGEN (NETHERLANDS/FRANCE, 1877-1968)

Girl with a Flower in Her Hair, oil on paper, signed upper left, rendered in Fauvist palette, housed in a vintage gold molded frame with scrollwork painted corners, matted and glazed, OS: 26" x 23 1/2", SS: 11 1/2" x 9 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3092 - ARNOLD ZIMMERMAN (NY/PORTUGAL, 1954-2021)

"Saltador", glazed ceramic tile in segments, numbered on back, 83" tall (6'-11"). Fine condition. Appeared on cover and as figure 3 in "Arnold Zimmerman: Ceramicas", catalog for the May-July 1992 exhibition at Museo Nacional do Azulejo, Portugal.

Lot: 3093 - MID 20TH C. CAMPAIGN/SAFARI CHAIR MADE IN PAKISTAN

M. Hayat Brothers, Ltd. of Peshawar, Pakistan, in teak with black belting leather slings, cotton cording, made to disassemble with mortise and tenon joinery, brass hardware, 16" seat, 24" arms, 31" back, 22" x 23". Good condition.

Lot: 3094 - KIRK MANGUS (PA/OH, 1952-2013)

"Femme", 1986-87, large scale pottery figure with experimental slip and salt glazes, signed lower back, 52 1/2" x 21" x 17". Fine condition. Mangus was Head of Ceramics at Kent State University from 1985 till his death in 2013 and also taught at Alfred University Summer School, Cleveland Institute of Art, and Cranbrook Academy of Art. See "Kirk Mangus: Things Love" page 17, plate 2; pps 122-123.

Lot: 3095 - JAMES MAKINS (PA/JAPAN, 1946 - )

"Tray with Bottles", ceramic sculpture of four bottles loose on tray, matte polychrome, signed on bottom of one bottle, 14 1/2" x 18" diam. Fine condition. Makins currently teaches at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia and maintains studios in New York City and Japan. He is the recipient of the Fulbright Fellowship Award to Japan (1993) and the Japan Fellowship Foundation (2000).

Lot: 3096 - KAREL CHRISTIAAN APPEL (NETHERLANDS/SWITZERLAND, 1921-2006)

Portrait of a Woman with Two Heads, gouache on paper, signed lower right, also signed verso and with studio stamp, in a modern gold molded frame with linen liner, glazed, OS: 16" x 13", sheet size: 11 3/4" x 8 3/4". Good condition, the sheet is not laid down and has a varnished back.

Lot: 3097 - VINTAGE WALL HANGING WIRE SCULPTURE, CURTIS JERE FOR ARTISAN HOUSE, 1972

Urban Park Scene mixed metal wall sculpture by C. Jere for Artisan House, circa 1972, unsigned, depicting a boy sitting on park bench with birds in flight, a fence, two trees and second bench. Roughly 22" x 48" x 8". In very good condition and has an attractive patina.

Lot: 3098 - SOL LEWITT (NY/CT, 1928-2007)

"Brushstrokes in All Directions", 1994, serigraph, pencil signed and dated, numbered AP4/25, in glossy black bullnose frame, floated within mat under UV plexi, OS: 28 1/2" x 28 1/2", sheet size: 19 3/4" x 19 3/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3099 - TIM VAN CAMPEN (CONTEMPORARY MAINE)

"Arizona Felt", monumental acrylic on canvas, abstract in pale blue, green and pink with a gold border, signed and titled verso, dated '84, unframed, painted edges, 60" x 48". Good condition.

Lot: 3100 - FREDE VIDAR (MI/CA/DENMARK, 1911-1967)

"Lady of Athos", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on label verso, a jewel-colored profile view of a female figure within an exotic 'hot house' environment with a receding rank of other women, having a purposeful impasto application of pigment, housed in a weathered oak mitered frame with linen liner, OS: 26 1/2" x 22 1/2", SS: 19 1/2" x 15 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3101 - MARK CHRISTIAN WEHTLI (NY/ME, 1949 - )

"Portal", 1999, oil on linen, signed verso, also titled and dated on label verso from Koplin Gallery of Los Angeles, a white on white near abstraction of a doorway, in a white painted shadowline box frame, OS: 331/2" x 21 1/2", SS: 32" x 20", good condition.

Lot: 3102 - RICHARD DE MENOCAL (MA/NY, 1919 - 1994)

Christ Easel, pastel on paper, signed lower left and dated '75, marked June 1975 verso, in mahogany mitered frame, matted and glazed, OS: 31 1/2" x 25", SS: 23 1/2" x 17 1/2". Drawing condition is fine, light stain to linen mat.

Lot: 3103 - BRUNO MUNARI (ITALY, 1907-1998)

Composition in Red and Black, ink and gouache on paper, signed lower right and dated 1982, in a ribbed rosewood frame, matted and glazed, OS: 18" x 15", SS: 12 1/4" x 9 1/4". Lightly rippled.

Lot: 3104 - JACK ROCKEFELLER (CONTEMPORARY)

Abstract painting of a house approximating a marine light, organic elements within a geometrically abstract scheme. Illegibly signed in lower right and mounted in a recessed frame. Overall good condition. OS: 55 1/2" X 44 3/4"

Lot: 3105 - LEO FRANKLIN TWIGGS (SC, 1934 - )

"Observer", oil on paper, laid to masonite, waxed, signed lower right; signed, dated 1957 and titled verso, with medium notations, in mahogany slat frame, OS: 36 3/4" x 59", SS: 36 1/4" x 58 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3106 - JACK ROCKEFELLER (CONTEMPORARY)

An abstract portrait of a standing figure, head bowed slightly, with vague details in the face, in a white recessed frame. “Afrique” is written in the bottom right corner of the canvas and the artist’s signature is in verso. Overall good condition for the image and frame. OS: 25 ¼" x 24 ¼"

Lot: 3107 - SHLOMO KOREN (GERMANY/ISRAEL, 1932 - 2013)

"Zonder Titel", mixed media on paper, in lexan box frame, 16" x 17 1/2", toned.

Lot: 3108 - JOAN MIRO (FRANCE/SPAIN, 1893-1983)

"Obra Inedita Recent 1964 HS", lithograph on paper, pencil signed and numbered 73/100, in maple box frame with French-ruled grey mat, glazed, OS: 21 1/2" x 26 1/2", SS: 12" x 17". Light dimple lower center edge. Not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3109 - GARRY NASH (AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND, 1955- ) GLASS

Flattened ovoid vase with tree and mountains, blown art glass, etched signature and date at base edge 'G. Nash, 01', rolled rim, 18 1/4" high, 13" x 4". Good condition.

Lot: 3110 - SALVADOR DALI (FRANCE/SPAIN, 1904-1989)

"Les Cavaliers Bleu" (The Blue Horsemen), two-color etching on paper, signed and dated 1969 in plate, also pencil signed, numbered 36/140, COA verso from Fine Arts Gallery of Lancaster, PA, dated 1985; housed in a glossy black domed frame, floated over black within a linen mat, glazed, 18 3/4" x 23 1/4" sheet size. Very good condition.

Lot: 3111 - SALVADOR DALI (SPAIN/FRANCE, 1904-1989)

"Agati", ink marker on paper, signed and titled, featuring a skull delineated by numbers, a haloed (?) figure behind, in chrome box frame with linen mat, under UV plexi, OS: 17 1/4" x 16 1/4", SS: 11 3/4" x 10 3/4", good condition. Agati are the four 'wrong paths' in Buddhism: the paths of greed (chanda), of hate, of delusion, and of cowardice (bhaya).

Lot: 3112 - JOSE CLEMENTE OROZCO (MEXICO, 1883-1949)

Reclining Nude Woman, charcoal and gouache on paper, signed lower right, in gold molded reverse ogee frame, matted and glazed, OS: 35 3/4" x 28 3/4", SS: 25 1/2" x 17 3/4". Scratches, smudge under signature.

Lot: 3113 - EARLY OAXACA MEXICO CARVED AND PAINT DECORATED MIXTECA WEDDING CHEST

Painted pine, having a gabled hinged top with dotted black on red decoration, dovetailed five plank case having shallow chip carved decoration on the front only, featuring a pair of cats flanking a double-headed Eagle Heraldic shield (Toledo, Spain?), primitive stemmed whorl glyphs below, flanked by repeating geometric pattern fields. 21" x 33" x 17 1/2". Lock removed, wear.

Lot: 3114 - FLORENCIO MOLENA CAMPOS (CA/ARGENTINA, 1891-1959)

Un Gaucho, gouache and colored pencil on paperboard, signed upper right and dated 1956. Depicts a cowboy on horseback with his dog in the lead, a pair of oxen behind, traveling a desolate landscape, along a barbed wire fence line. In a black painted carved wood Mexican frame, matted, under plexi, OS: 27 1/2" x 36 1/2", SS: 16 1/4" x 25 1/4", fine condition.

Lot: 3115 - HECTOR ORTEGA (VENEZUELA, 20TH C.)

Approach to Merida los Nevados, Venezuela, oil on canvas, signed lower right, an Impressionist view of the famous mountain town, SS: 20 1/4" x 30 3/4". Cleaned.

Lot: 3116 - DOMINGO CANDIA (ARGENTINA, 1896-1976)

Still Life of Orange Blossoms in a Glass Bottle, impasto oil on board, signed lower left, housed in a gold beaded frame and a linen liner, OS: 23" x 20", SS: 17 1/4" x 14 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3117 - KARL GRIESBAUM BIRD IN CAGE AUTOMATON

Vintage German Mechanical Singing Bird, in brass cage set on a heavy enameled brass footed base, 9" high, 4 3/4" sq. Missing wind key, not observed operating.

Lot: 3118 - OLYMPIA MUSIC BOX WITH STAND & (19) DISCS

Rare Olympia Two-Piece Music Box with Shelved Cabinet, circa 1890s, by F.G. Otto & Sons (Jersey City, NJ), with embossed pinwheel design red mahogany case, double combs, cabinet doors open to expose twelve slots for 15" discs, music box: 12 1/2" high, 21" x 19", stand: 33" high, 23 1/2" x 21 1/2", 45 1/2" high overall; PLUS (19) Discs. Music box in working condition, case in pristine condition.

Lot: 3119 - 15 1/2" MIRA MUSIC BOX WITH (20) DISCS

Early 20th c. Cherry Cased Countertop Swiss Made Music Box, #89, by Mermod Freres, with original Mira decal inside lid, double comb mechanism, with side crank, 13 1/2" high, 27 3/4" x 21", in fine original working condition; PLUS (20) 15 1/2" diam. discs.

Lot: 3120 - 1920S SELMER PARIS ALTO SAXOPHONE, SILVER-PLATE, MADE IN PARIS, WITH ORIGINAL CASE

Henri Selmer Modele 26 "largebore" Eb Alto Saxophone in silver-plate over brass, having gold washed bell, s/n 11187 (mfg. 1929), in the original case with original neck and vintage bakelite mouthpiece (worn). Good replaced leather pads, some tarnishing, includes modern padded neck strap and many reeds. 6" x 24" x 10 1/2" Conn vintage hardcase with green lining, outside worn.

Lot: 3121 - MUSIC BOX ON CABINET

Counter-Top Regina Disc Music Box on string inlaid mahogany case embellished with column corners and domed top, ser. no. 55100, 1896 patent on litho card inside lid; PLUS Matching Cabinet with drawer above vertical disc storage, comes with (17) discs, raised on legs, 34" x 23" x 21 1/4". 13 1/2" x 21" x 18 1/2". Includes crank, good spring tension, movement needs cleaning.

Lot: 3122 - BLUTHNER KAISER WILHELM II PARLOUR GRAND PIANO, ROYAL PRESENTATION PIECE, BUILT IN 1902, LEIPZIG, GERMANY

Black Lacquered Model 4, 210 cm (6'-10", serial number 60339, with turned legs. Per the former owner Emile Buzaid, Danbury, Connecticut (family shop open since 1952); "This instrument, completed in 1902, was a Royal Presentation Piece. The mate to this piano is to be found in The National Museum of Vienna. It was originally included in the Imperial Art Collection of Austria, prior to World War I." Overall 40" x 58" x 82". Fine condition. Includes concert bench.

Lot: 3123 - STEINWAY MODEL A-1 SALON PIANO

Steinway Model A-1 Baby Grand piano, straight bridge, short scale, mahogany case. No 1958, c. 1905-1906. Recently tuned. 6'2". Lead photo is for reference only. Located in storage. Piano is not currently assembled. Additional photos online.

Lot: 3124 - 1969 WALNUT STEINWAY & SONS 'F' CONSOLE PIANO

Beautiful walnut cabinet plus the original matching bench. Smaller in size and bigger in sound, this diminutive piano will fit into most spaces in the home, but has a full and impressive tone belying it’s compact size. Currently in storage. s/n F 413970, case Y2156. Accelerated action, Hexagrip pin block, Diaphragmatic soundboard. 42" X 58" X 23 3/4". Sold as is, where is.

Lot: 3125 - WURLITZER SPINET PIANO WITH MATCHING BENCH

Pecan Sheraton Style Case with matching bench, having tapered reeded legs, beaded applique panels, lower corner vent, side-hinged molded top. S/N 915161 (1970). Piano is 42" x 58" X 24", bench is 18 1/2" x 32 3/4" x 14 1/2", very good condition, new felts.

Lot: 3126 - RUSSIAN CARVED STONE CAT FIGURE

Carved Pink Chalcedony Seated Persian Cat, set with gold mounted red cabochon jewel eyes, in a velvet lined fitted wooden box marked in Cyrillic letters "Emperatorskaya, St. Petersburg", figure: 2 1/4" high, 2 3/4" x 2 1/2", box: 3 1/2" high, 4 1/2" x 3 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3127 - RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT & CLOISONNE ENAMEL CIGARETTE CASE BY KHLEBNIKOV

Late 19th c. 88-Silver Hinged Case by Ivan Petrovich Khlebnikov (Russia, 1819-1888), with Moscow city assay mark (illegible date and assayer mark), engraved CM monogram, case with raised and enameled scrolled decoration in blues, white, red and black, gilt washed interior, push button clasp, 3 3/4" x 2 1/8" x 7/8", 4.78 ozt. Interior cloth strap ends detached.

Lot: 3128 - RUSSIAN GUILLOCHE ENAMEL EGG PENDANT

Faberge Pink Guilloche Enamel Pendant, with 14K yellow gold mount and hanging loop, loop containing Cyrillic "Faberge" and AH maker's stamp (for August Holmstrom), egg: 7/8" long (1 1/8" with loop), 3/8" wide; 2.1 dwt tw. Good condition.

Lot: 3129 - RUSSIAN SILVER & CLOISONNE ENAMEL SPECTACLES CASE

Late 19th - Early 20th c. Finely Crafted Russian Case, with Kokoshnik mark for 1896-1908, Moscow assayer Ivan Lebedkin, Cyrillic maker's mark "VR" (unrecorded), with overall raised and enameled floral and scroll decoration, gilt washed interior surfaces, 5 1/2" long, 1 5/8" x 1/2", 4.5 ozt. Gilding losses to interior edges.

Lot: 3130 - US NAVY SHIP'S BELL

WWII Era Nickel-Plated Bronze Bell, with original acorn nut and clapper, impressed 'U.S.N', some green surface patina, 9 3/4" diam., 10 1/2" high. Nickel-plating losses.

Lot: 3131 - PAINT DECORATED SEA CHEST

19th c. Green Painted Pine Sea Trunk, lid painted with three-mast ship surrounded by rope twist stencil border, molded edge lift lid, exposed dovetailed case, original rope beckets, iron hinges and lock, interior with lidded ditty box, applied molded edge base, 16 1/2" high, 40 1/4" x 17 1/2". Paint losses, surface wear.

Lot: 3132 - SHIP MODEL OF RACING YACHT "AMERICA"

Painted wood with mahogany deck and coppered hull, full sails set, mounted on stand. 41" x 49" x 8", fine condition. Per Wiki: "America was a 19th-century racing yacht and first winner of the America's Cup international sailing trophy. On August 22, 1851, America won the Royal Yacht Squadron's 53-mile regatta around the Isle of Wight by 18 minutes. " Built by George Steers & Co for $30,000, launched in May of 1851.

Lot: 3133 - VINTAGE LIGHTHOUSE LAMP

Vintage Chrome Plated Brass Table Lamp, in the form of a lighthouse perched atop a rocky outcrop, mounted on a round wooden base, 12" high. Switch is jammed, otherwise good condition.

Lot: 3134 - GORDON HOPE GRANT (NY/CA/UK, 1875-1962

"Down East", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on Wiscasset Bay Gallery of Maine label verso, in replica gilt Arts & Crafts frame, 20" x 24", SS: 13 1/2" x 17 1/2", good condition.

Lot: 3135 - PINE HALF HULL MODEL ONCE BELONGING TO FRANK MAXWELL

Single Piece Spruce Schooner Half Hull on pumpkin pine plate with gold edge. Maxwell association from the consignor. Frank Maxwell (1849-1929), was a Sea Captain from Brunswick ME. 8" x 37" x 5" overall. Good condition.

Lot: 3136 - JEROME HOWES (NY/MA/VT, 1955 - )

"The Steamship 'Reindeer'", a port broadside view with land and lighthouse behind, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in silver and black mitered frame, OS: 22" x 32", SS: 19 1/2" x 29 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3137 - 20TH C. SCHOONER FORM WEATHERVANE

Entirely of copper, fully dimensional, with cast brass directionals, mounted on a pipe, 29" x 31" x 5 1/2" boat, 18" directionals, 75" overall, including pole.

Lot: 3138 - 19TH C. AMERICAN BANJO FORM BAROMETER

Mahogany cased, with silvered face barometer, thermometer, damp/dry dial and level, plus a small round mirror, no maker's mark, 40" x 1" x 2 1/2", missing adjustment knob.

Lot: 3139 - 19TH C. MAINE SAILOR'S CHEST

Six-Plank Pumpkin Pine Flat Top Chest, the lid with breadboard ends, friction fit edging, exposed dovetail case corners, having wooden brackets for hemp rope ring handles, 18" x 4" x 21" overall. Very good condition, clean interior.

Lot: 3140 - SHIP MODEL OF AUXILIARY SCHOONER "MALABAR X"

Made by "Art of the Sea" of South Thomaston, Maine, with their brass tag, having a black and green hull, mahogany deck, full sail set, mounted on stand. Engraved tag reads: "Auxiliary Schooner 'Malabar X', Designer: John Alden; Builder: Hodgdon Brothers; Launched East Boothbay, Maine, 1930; Length 58.3; Draft 8.1; Beam 14.4; Tonnage: 24. 39" x 37" x 8 1/2". Malabar X won the Bermuda Race in 1932. Fine condition.

Lot: 3141 - MAHOGANY HALF HULL YACHT "VERENA", DORCHESTER YACHT CLUB

Model of a Championship Racing Yacht, in layered mahogany for strike lines, on gold edged mahogany backing, having engraved silver plaque that reads "Verena, 17 June, 1889-1st Prize-Dorchester Yacht Club; 4 July, City of Boston; 5 Sept, Eastern Yacht Club", 9 3/4" x 37 1/4", 4 3/4" deep. A few small scratches.

Lot: 3142 - JEROME HOWES (NY/MA/VT, 1955 - )

"The Steamship 'Katama'", a port broadside view with land and lighthouse behind, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in gold and black molded frame, OS: 22" x 32", SS: 19 1/2" x 29 1/2". Fine condition. This ship was a walking beam sidewheeler, built in 1854 for the New England Steam Ship Co. of Bath, Maine.

Lot: 3143 - SHIP'S DRUG SAFE, BRITISH MERCHANT NAVY, "OXFORDSHIRE", 1912, "COCAINE"

Heavy Tin Box in forest green paint, white lettering on top reads "H&W Oxfordshire/Bibby Line/1912/8,646 T./474 ft.", painted label on front in black on gold with red underlining reads "Cocaine". 9" x 14" x 10". Fine condition. Tag reads "Oxfordshire, Bibby Line, Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast Ireland, 1912. Twin screw, 15 knots. Four masts and one funnel, 210 passengers. 190 crew. Renamed Safina E-Arab, 1951. Sold to Karachi shipbreakers in 1958."

Lot: 3144 - MODEL OF 380 HP TWIN SCREW TUG BOAT "CAPT. TOM"

Folk Art Model of the Tug 'Capt. Tom', scratch-built by Robert Alvarez. Painted wood with metal detailing, 29" x 38" x 11", good condition. Built in 1969, by Diamond Manufacturing Incorporated of Savannah, Georgia (hull #311) as the "Capt. Tom" for Gallup Marine Incorporated of Wakefield, Rhode Island. In 2010, she was acquired by the H and L Towing Company of Port Jefferson, New York. and was renamed as "Manhasset Bay."

Lot: 3145 - REPLICA HALF HULL

"Empress", 1897, East Yorkshire Steam Trawling Co., on a blue plaque with white lettering, 8 1/2" x 43". Good condition.

Lot: 3146 - SEAHORSE COPPER SAILING SHIP LANTERN

Vintage Oil Burning "Not Under Command" Mast Lantern, by Seahorse of Great Britain, sn 47714, with Fresnel lens, red painted copper body, with interior burner, two detachable swing handles, 18 1/2" high, 10 3/4" diam. Surface wear.

Lot: 3147 - STAN STOKES (CONTEMPORARY)

"Clipper 'Midnight' at Boston, circa 1855", oil on canvas, signed lower right; also signed verso, titled and dated 2008, unframed, 29 3/4" x 40". Fine condition.

Lot: 3148 - REPLICA HALF HULL

"Heron" Wool Clipper, brass plaque reads "T.F. Manning & Sons, 1850. 12 3/4" x 58 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3149 - SHIP'S DRUG SAFE, BRITISH MERCHANT NAVY, "NOVA SCOTIA", 1926, "LAUDENUM"

Heavy Tin Box in black paint, white lettering on top reads "Warren Line/ 1926/ S.S. Nova Scotia/ Furness and Whitby/ 6796T./ 406'." Painted label on front in black on gold with red underlining reads "Laudanum", 7" x 14" x 9 1/2". Fine condition. Tag reads "S.S. Nova Scotia, 1926. Built for Warren Line by Vickers, Armstrong, Newcastle, England. 6,796 tons, 406' x 55'. Twin screw, 15 knots. Quadruple expansion engines, two masts and one funnel. 105 in cabin and 80 third class. Torpedoed and sunk off Lorenco Marques, Mozambique, December 4, 1942 with heavy loss of life. Had on board at time of sinking over 300 Italian prisoners of war."

Lot: 3150 - ENGINE ROOM TELEGRAPH, 1930S VINTAGE, PROBABLY USED IN WWI

Massive Iron Engine Room Telegraph Stanchion, with heavy brass cowling and three knob revolutions readout, the remainder in thickly painted battleship grey, no maker's tag or USN BU TAG, all glass is red, 55" x 16" x 15", extremely heavy. Good condition.

Lot: 3151 - SHIP MODEL OF 1934 AMERICA'S CUP YACHT "RAINBOW"

Sleek White Hulled Yacht displaying full sail, made by "Art of the Sea" of South Thomaston, Maine, with their brass tag, having another tag giving this information: "1934 America's Cup Yacht 'Rainbow'; Designer: W. Sterling Burgess; Builder: Herreshoff Company; Owner: Harold S. Vanderbilt; Length: 126.7 ft; Draft: 14.6 ft; Beam: 21 ft; Tonnage: 147.1; Sail Area: 7535 sq ft", attached to stand, 69" x 48" x 8", fine condition.

Lot: 3152 - JEROME HOWES (NY/MA/VT, 1955 - )

"Cat Boat", oil on masonite, signed lower left, depicting the sailboat pleasure craft coasting with two others, in modern gold molded cove, OS: 21" x 25", SS: 15 1/2" x 19 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3153 - CASED SHIP MODEL OF THE RMS 'QUEEN MARY' BY RAFFAELE CAPURSO

Circa 1940s, Scratch Built with addition of commercially fabricated accessories, appraised by R. Michael Wall, Director and Appraiser for the American Marine Model Gallery of Gloucester, Mass. for $2,500. In maple framed molded base case, the vessel on fabric 'waves', wired and working interior lighting (cord should be replaced). 10 1/2" x 37" x 10". Good condition.

Lot: 3154 - KARL BOSTWICK (20TH C. MA)

"The Day Everything Changed - March 9, 1862: Merrimac, Monitor, Minnesota", 1994, oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right, titled on frame tag, in gold molded frame with linen liner, OS: 33 1/2" x 43 1/2", SS: 29 1/2" x 39 1/2", good condition. The title refers to this moment: the advent of the armored warship with turreted guns.

Lot: 3155 - FRANK JOSEPH HENRY GARDINER (UK, 1942 - )

"The Clipper 'Chariot of Fame'", watercolor on paper, signed and dated '85 lower left, captioned on mat with title and "2050 tons; Built by Donald McKay at East Boston 1853 for Enoch Trains Boston and Liverpool Packet Line, she also made a number of fast voyages to Melbourne". Housed in a gold molded panel frame, under French-ruled mat, glazed, OS: 22" x 28 3/4", SS: 14 1/2" x 21". Good condition.

Lot: 3156 - PR OF 19TH C. SOLID COPPER SHIP MAST LANTERNS, ELECTRIFIED

Round Lanterns with domed tops, bowed pale green glass, rod cage, falling loop handle, no maker's mark, 22 1/2" x 10" diam. Multiple dents, wear, glass is intact.

Lot: 3157 - FREDERICK TEMPLE WEST (AUSTRALIA, ACTIVE 1895-1910)

"The 'Battle Abbey' Under Full Sail, black and white oil on academy board, signed lower right, titled on Wiscasset Bay Gallery of Maine label verso, housed in a deep cove gilt frame, OS: 22 1/2" x 17 1/2", SS: 17" x 12", good condition. The iron barque "Battle Abbey", 1643 tons with three mast rig built in 1875 by T. Roydon & Son, Liverpool. Owners James Poole & Co. Caught fire and abandoned Dec 30, 1913 bound from Newcastle to Vancouver.

Lot: 3158 - 19TH C. SHIP'S BINNACLE WITH COMPASS

Tagged "Compensation Binnacle Type MBF, The Lionel Corporation, New York, NY, s/n 11847", mahogany stanchion with brass cowling and base plate, containing an 8"gimbaled wet compass by "Kelvin & Wilfrid O. White Co. of Boston & New York", black painted iron magnetic spheres on brass brackets, brass cowling with sealed round port, 50" x 36" x 19". Good condition.

Lot: 3159 - UNIDENTIFIED AMERICAN MARINE ARTIST

Ships in New York Harbor at Sunset, oil on hardboard, unsigned, housed in a deep cove molded gold frame, OS: 17" x 19", SS: 10" x 12", good condition.

Lot: 3160 - (4) 19TH C. LARGE SHIP'S LANTERNS (A PAIR AND 2 SINGLES)

Including: Pair of Half Round Heavy Tin with brass fittings, round clear globes, "Masthead" brass tags, swing handle at top, mounting rings, now wired for electric, 20 1/2" x 14" x 10 1/2", remnants of red and green paint, no maker's mark; PLUS Single "Perko" half round in solid brass with rigid handle, mounting rings, cracked clear Fresnel lens, otherwise very good, 19" x 14" x 13"; PLUS quarter round Red Painted Port Light with clear Fresnel lens, not electrified but lacking burner, swing handle, no ring mounts, 20 1/2" x 10" x 10", good condition.

Lot: 3161 - SALVATORE COLACICCIO (CAN/UK/ITALY, 1935 - )

The Steam / Sail Ship "Nautilus" underway, oil on panel, signed lower left, signed and titled verso, in replica gold molded cove frame, OS: 16" x 20", SS: 11 1/2" x 15 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3162 - 19TH C. SHIP'S BINNACLE, LACKING COMPASS

Mahogany Base Binnacle with brass cowling and base plate, red and green painted magnetic iron spheres on brass brackets, missing oil lamp burner, 48" x 19" x 26". Good condition.

Lot: 3163 - 19TH C. BINNACLE COWLING (ONLY)

Brass and Copper, in tapered form with one lantern intact, two doors (one with window, lacking glass), porthole glass cone form top. 11 1/2" x 15" x 11". Good condition.

Lot: 3164 - A.E. DOWN, NAIVE PAINTING OF SAILING SHIP IN STORM

"Off Hatteras", oil on canvas, titled on back and marked "Painted by A.E. Down, 1885", framed in a flat oak panel frame, OS: 25 1/2" x 39 1/2", SS: 21 1/2" x 35 1/2". Water stained, flaking on right.

Lot: 3165 - 19TH C. SHIP'S WHEEL HELM WITH BINNACLE MOUNT (LACKING COMPASS)

Mahogany Based Binnacle with walnut 8-spoke wheel, brass round top cowling, black painted iron flange base, brass label from John Hand & Son of Philadelphia, 49" x 14" binnacle, 36" wheel. Good condition.

Lot: 3166 - LLOYD THOMAS (MAINE, 1910-1990)

Painted Bas Relief of an American Clipper Ship, oil on wood, carved from one piece, signed lower right, signed and inscribed verso "Early American Clipper Carved and Painted by Lloyd H. Thomas, 1936", 10" x 8". Good condition.

Lot: 3167 - BRASS BOUND MAHOGANY SHIP'S WHEEL

Vintage Mahogany Ship's Wheel, with brass hub, eight turned spokes, brass inlaid outer rim, 31 3/4" diam. Surface wear.

Lot: 3168 - JAMES WEBB (UK, 1825-1895)

19th c. British Sailing Ship Portrait, oil on canvas, signed in waves center right and dated '68. Early inked note verso reads "The Frigate 'Bermuda Countess' by J. Webb. Her Majesties Ship 'Bermuda Countess' on the maiden voyage from Howe on August 27th, 1868, last two days to Mendes, France" (?). In oak cove frame with gold gesso borders, OS: 22" x 27", SS: 16" x 21". Heavily crazed, tear lower left.

Lot: 3169 - 19TH C. BOSTON HARBOR SCENE

20th c. rendering of 19th c. approach to the Charlestown Navy Yard from Boston Harbor, oil on board, unsigned, with four ships moored away, some hanging sail to dry, the monument and statehouse silhouetted to the left, in combed gold cove frame with linen liner, OS: 20 1/2" x 27 1/2", SS: 14" x 21". Good condition.

Lot: 3170 - RAY CRANE (CONTEMPORARY MASS)

"Night Owls, Owl's Head", oil on canvas, signed lower left, signed and titled verso, in gold molded panel frame, OS: 14" x 20", SS: 7 1/2" x 13 1/2", fine condition.

Lot: 3171 - PAUL TIMOTHY STUBING (ME, 1927-2011)

"Clearing Weather Passing Mark Island Light, Winter Harbor, Maine, Aug. 1893", watercolor on paper, signed lower right and dated '80, titled verso, in golden oak frame, matted and glazed, OS: 25 1/2" x 30 1/2", SS: 17 1/2" x 23", very good condition. Note verso explains: The Schooner is the Pinky 'Trumpet'. Sailing in company with the 'Trumpet' is a MacLean-built Friendship Sloop, owned by the Torreys of Winter Harbor. Both vessels are bound out haking".

Lot: 3172 - PATRICK TACCARD (NY, 1879-1942)

"No. 8, Montauk Point, 1938", oil on board, signed lower right, a primitive scene with passing ocean liners and yacht, by a "garageman" from Liberty, NY, who had adopted painting as a hobby. (A passing motorist arranged a show in NYC that had some success, but Taccard died shortly afterwards). Housed in a grey painted oak frame, 24" x 27 1/2", SS: 19" x 23". Good condition.

Lot: 3173 - (10 PC) RENAISSANCE REVIVAL DINING SUITE

Late 19th c. Dining Set by Rockland Standard Furniture Co. (Rockford, IL, founded 1887), with intricate inlaid decoration, front medallions, shaped and carved aprons, baluster legs and urn embellished stretchers, incl: China cabinet, 79" high, 51" x 19"; Sideboard, 38 1/2" high, 84" x 23 1/2", minor surface scratches; Server, 34" high, 49" x 22", minor surface scratches; Table, 31" high, 46" x 70"; (2) Armchairs, 46" high, 30" x 20"; and (4) Side chairs, 44" high, 22" x 19". With pads. All in overall good condition other than minor wear at feet.

Lot: 3174 - LARGE AUBUSSON STYLE NEEDLEPOINT RUG, 20TH C.

Aubusson Design Multi-Colored Floral Wool Needlepoint Flat Pile Area Rug with a buff field, center dark green medallion, surrounded by 10 rose cartouches in a wine band, the brackets having pale green scrollwork, wine and pale green borders. 160" (13" - 4") x 120" (10'-0"), good condition.

Lot: 3175 - (8) MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE CHAIRS

(6) Side chairs having nicely carved ribbon and leaf piercework backs, upholstered slip seats, ball and claw cabriole legs in front, shaped back legs, turned stretchers. The side chairs have 18' seat, 38" back, 23" x 21". Good condition.

Lot: 3176 - INDIA MADE "PEACE" RUG

A rust-red field filled with seven columns of religious symbols, including the Muslim crescent moon and stars; Christian crosses; Jewish Menorahs; Hindu Om symbol; and Buddhist Dharma wheels, plain small abrashed brown border, 3' x 5'. Good condition.

Lot: 3177 - DUNCAN PHYFE DOUBLE PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

19th c. Two-Part Mahogany Dining Table, with three leaves, reeded edge, set on turned tripod pedestals with three curved legs capped with paw form casters, with leaf connection hardware, 28 1/2" high, 47 1/2" x 63" (fully extends to 9' 3" leaves), two leaves are 12" wide and one is 24" wide. Surface wear.

Lot: 3178 - CHI CHI RUG

Staggered rows of octagons in tan, gold, red, Persian blue and green on the midnight blue field, tan 'snow flake' border, 3'-3" x 4'-10". Extensive wear, selvage damage.

Lot: 3179 - SHERATON DINING CHAIRS

(6) Piece Set of Mahogany Chairs, c. 1930s, (2) arm and (4) side, oval backs with pierced and carved splats depicting a torch motif, curved and carved armrests, serpentine seats with peach velvet upholstery, set on round tapered legs with acanthus leaf carved tops and turned feet, 40" high, armchairs: 24 3/4" x 20", side chairs: 22 1/2" x 18 1/2", 18" high seats. Upholstery stains, surface wear, old repairs.

Lot: 3180 - HENRY RODMAN KENYON (MA/LA/RI, 1861-1926)

High Clouds over Summer Farm, oil on hardboard, signed lower right, in carved gold cove frame with linen liner, OS: 16 3/4" x 19 3/4", SS: 10 1/4" x 13 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3181 - SHERATON SIDEBOARD

Mahogany Bow Front Sideboard, c. 1930s, with ovolo corner overhanging top, having a central felt-lined cutlery drawer with interior dividers, flanked by two short drawers, below is a central two-door cabinet with two interior felt-lined drawers, flanked by wine drawers and end cabinets with open interiors, oval brass drawer pulls, brass escutcheons with key, 39" high, 68 1/2" x 25 1/4". Top surface crack at front edge, surface wear and scratches, top finish wear.

Lot: 3182 - HENRY RODMAN KENYON (MA/LA/RI, 1861-1926)

Pastoral Landscape with Stream, Two Trees and a Distant Farmhouse, oil on hardboard, signed verso and dated June 16, 1919, in gilt cove frame, OS: 12 1/2" x 14 1/2", SS: 7 1/2" x 9 1/2". Good condition, minor loss to frame gilding.

Lot: 3183 - MAHOGANY SERVER

Sheraton Style Bow Front Mahogany Server, circa 1930s, top with ovolo corners, single drawer with inlaid lock escutcheon and oval brass pulls, acanthus carved corners, lower shelf, set on round tapered legs with turned feet, 37" high, 42" x 21 3/4". Surface wear and minor scratches.

Lot: 3184 - HENRY RODMAN KENYON (MA/LA/RI, 1861-1926)

Pastoral Scene with Single Autumn Tree, oil on hardboard, unsigned but found with others by Kenyon, in a gilt cove frame with beaded liner, OS: 16" x 19 1/4", SS: 10" x 13 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3185 - AMERICAN EMPIRE MAHOGANY CHEST

Early 19th c. Three over Four Dresser, with scrolled backsplash, flame mahogany veneered drawer fronts and mushroom form wooden pulls, top with three glove drawers, four graduated case drawers below flanked by barley twist carved side columns, set on turned legs, pine secondary wood, 49 1/2" high, 42 1/4" x 19 3/4". Veneer losses, shrinkage crack to one side, surface wear.

Lot: 3186 - WILLIAM JURIAN KAULA (MA, 1871-1953)

"End of Day", oil on canvasboard, signed and titled verso, and marked "Fenway Studios, Boston, Mass.", in black and gold frame with linen liner, OS: 15" x 17 1/2", SS: 9 1/2" x 12". Foxing to liner.

Lot: 3187 - CUSTOM CARVED QUEEN ANNE WING CHAIR

Mahogany Wing Chair, with arched back and outswept arms, fancy bird and foliage tapestry upholstery with self cording and brass nail head trim, set on cabriole legs and pad feet, 52 1/2" high, 37" x 24". Upholstery tears and losses.

Lot: 3188 - WILLIAM STERNA BARRETT (NY/ME, 1854-1927)

"Maine Coast", oil on canvas, signed lower right, in deep cove matched corner frame with linen liner with name tag, OS: 18 1/2" x 22 1/2", SS: 11 1/2" x 15 1/2". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 3189 - CUSTOM MAHOGANY WING CHAIR

Chippendale Style Upholstered Wing Chair, with curved back, outswept arms, upholstered in green hops vine on tan tapestry fabric with self cording, set on cabriole legs with carved eagle head knees and ball and claw feet, 49" high, 28 3/4" x 28 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3190 - EURILDA LOOMIS FRANCE (NY/CT, 1865-1931)

A Brace of Trees on a Summer Shoreline, oil on canvas, signed lower left, housed in the original Newcomb-Macklin (NY) hand carved gilt matched corner frame, OS: 21 1/2" x 25 1/2", SS: 15 1/2" x 19 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3191 - CUSTOM CHIPPENDALE SETTEE

Circa 1900 Mahogany Framed Floral Brocade Upholstered Settee, camel back, having a leaf carved frame without setback padded arms, self-corded single loose seat cushion, gimp with brass tacking at arms and skirt, front legs are leaf carved cabriole, the back legs are shaped, 19" seat, 25" arms, 43" back, 58" x 32". Good condition.

Lot: 3192 - CHAUNCEY FOSTER RYDER (NY/NH, 1868-1949)

"Wilton, NH, end of Summer", oil on board, signed lower left, signed and titled verso and dated 1938, in gilt Impressionist frame with linen liner, OS: 14" x 16", SS: 7 1/2" x 9 1/2", goo condition, spotting to linen liner.

Lot: 3193 - WILLIAM ST. GEORGE (MA, 1939-2015)

"Vermont Countryside Village", 1993, oil on plywood, signed lower right, signed and titled verso by the artist, dated 1993, a brightly colored fall leaf display, housed in a gilt Arts & Crafts style molded panel frame, OS: 26 1/2" x 30 1/2", SS: 19 1/4" x 34 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3194 - 12' CONFERENCE ROOM OR LIBRARY TABLE

Circa 1890 American Renaissance Revival Table in walnut finished oak, with heavy molded edge top resting on ornately carved trestle base, 30 3/4" x 41 1/2" x 144" (12'-0") long. Two holes drilled in top for electric lamp cords.

Lot: 3195 - WARD MANN (NY/MA/MI, 1921-2005)

"Hauling In", 1979, oil on masonite, signed and dated lower right, depicting a fisherman working in his slickers, housed in a large dull gold molded frame with linen liner, OS: 32" x 38", SS: 23 1/2" x 30 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3196 - CUSTOM WING CHAIR

Chippendale Style Mahogany Wing Chair, custom made by Gimbal Brothers, New York, with olive green damask velvet upholstery and self cording, having a serpentine back and outswept wings, seat cushion, and set on ball & claw feet, 43 1/2" high, 31 1/2" x 25 1/2". Minor wear.

Lot: 3197 - KENNETH J. (KEN) KNOWLES (MA, 1968 - )

"Wagon in Winter", oil on hardboard, signed lower right, also signed verso and dated 2010, depicting a two horse team on a snowy road, in silver leaf Arts & Crafts style molded panel frame, OS: 25" x 29", SS: 19 1/2" x 23 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3198 - PR MAHOGANY OGEE MIRRORS

Pair Beveled Mirrors, in fancy 19th c. frames, with flame mahogany veneered inner lip, OS: 18 1/4" x 16 3/4". Surface wear.

Lot: 3199 - KENNETH J. (KEN) KNOWLES (MA, 1968 - )

"Cornish Hills, NH", oil on canvas, signed lower right, signed and titled verso, dated '07, housed in a quality gilt Arts & Crafts style molded panel frame, OS: 25" x 29", SS: 19 1/4" x 23 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3200 - L & JG STICKLEY ROCKING CHAIR

Arts & Crafts Period Quarter Sawn Oak Rocker, by L & J.G. Stickley, early 20th c., with original leather seat and back cushions, four-slat back, sides with five vertical slats, rectangular "The Work of L & J.G. Stickley" decal under left arm rest, 37" high, 30" x 36". Surface wear and scratches; losses, dryness and wear to leather cushions.

Lot: 3201 - ERIK KOEPPEL (NH, 1980 - )

"Steep Falls (North Newry, Maine), oil on masonite, signed lower left, with original receipt giving title, in replica gilt Victorian frame, OS: 16" x 19", SS: 8 1/2" x 11 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3202 - FRANCIS X. WEST (RI, 1881-1971)

Old Jamestown Waterfront, oil on masonite, signed lower right and dated 1954, in fatigued molded frame, OS: 29" x 44", SS: 25" x 40". Good condition.

Lot: 3203 - ROBERT LEBRON (NY/PR, 1928-2013)

Ships in Harbor, oil on canvas, rendered in impasto, signed lower right, in hand carved black and gold frame with linen liner, OS: 22 1/2" x 52 1/2", SS: 14 1/2" x 44 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3204 - CHARLES C. GRUPPE (CT, 1928-2019)

Boats in a Misty Morning Harbor, oil on masonite, signed lower left, studio card mounted verso, in faux barnwood frame with linen liner, gold lip, OS: 36 1/2" x 30 1/2", SS: 29 1/2" x 23 1/2". Flaking at bottom.

Lot: 3205 - JEAN PARRISH (NH/NM, 1911-2004)

"Ranchitos", oil on masonite of an autumna New Mexica landscape with cumulus cloud, signed lower right and dated 1979, titled verso with an original price of $450. In gilt oak frame with linen liner, OS: 18 3/4" x 21 3/4", SS: 10 1/2" x 11 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3206 - MICHAEL GRAVES (MA, 1952 - )

"View from Newagen", oil on canvas, signed lower right, depicting a two-mast schooner hugging the shoreline with distant islands, in gilt molded pane frame, OS: 18" x 22", SS: 11 1/2' x 15 1/2", good condition.

Lot: 3207 - HENRY JAMES SOULEN (PA/ME, 1888-1965)

Prince Valliant, Knight of the Round Table, with the love of his life, Aleta, Queen of the Misty Isles, on horseback together, oil on canvas in mosaic style texture, signed lower right, in white painted rectangular tombstone top frame with artist textured spandrel, 37" x 33", SS: 30 1/2" x 27", good condition.

Lot: 3208 - SHANG DING (CA/CHINA, 1954 - )

"Ballet Class #2", oil on canvas, signed lower left in English and Chinese, dated 1992, in near profile a lovely and focused young blonde dancer in black, housed in a gold cove frame with linen liner, OS: 18" x 18", SS: 11 1/2" x 11 1/2". Good condition (frame damaged).

Lot: 3209 - FRANK GERVASI (NY,1895-1986)

"Catskills in Winter", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on label verso, depicting a snowy mountain landscape with a single deer in the middle distance, housed in a grey barnwood carved frame with a gold band, OS: 30 1/2" x 35 1/2", SS: 24 1/2" x 29 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3210 - DAVID HALBACH (AZ/CA, 1931 - )

California Barnyard with Eucalyptus Trees, watercolor on paper, signed lower left and dated 1972, in molded walnut frame with linen panel, glazed, OS: 20 1/2" x 24 1/2", SS: 11 1/2" x 15 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3211 - WILLIAM LESTER STEVENS, N.A., A.W.S. (MA, 1888-1969)

"Church in Springtime", watercolor on paper, signed lower right, in a modern gold molded frame, matted and glazed, OS: 22" x 29", SS: 14 1/4" x 21 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3212 - MORRIS BLACKBURN (PA/NM, 1902-1979)

Lime Kiln Ruins, Rockport, Maine", ink on paper, signed lower right, depicting the archaic looking shell of the furnaces, built of stone and iron, the second largest industry after shipbuilding in the late 19th c. Housed in a fatigued molded frame, matted and glazed, OS: 33" x 41", SS: 22" x 30". Drawing in good condition, foxing to mat.

Lot: 3213 - MORRIS BLACKBURN (PA/NM, 1902-1979)

Ship Yard, Rockport, Maine, black ink on paper, signed lower right, in weathered grey molded frame, dimensional cream mat, OS: 32 1/2" x 40 1/2", SS; 21 1/2" x 29 1/2". Good condition. Inscribed verso "Lent by Mrs. Horace Pettit, Bear Point, Rockport, Maine."

Lot: 3214 - ANTOINE OBIN (HAITI, 1929-1991)

"Va et Vient des marchandes, Cap-Hatien" (Coming and Going of the Merchants), oil on hardboard, signed lower right, titled lower left, in fatigued mahogany panel frame with stepped white liner, OS: 26" x 30 1/4", SS: 19 1/2" x 23 1/2". Painting is good, flaking to white liner.

Lot: 3215 - LATE 19TH C. ANONYMOUS VIEW OF LANDMARK WESTERN MOUNTAIN

"Mount of the Holy Cross", Northern Sawatch Range, Rocky Mountains, Colorado, oil on canvas, unsigned, circa 1890, in lemon gold panel frame, OS: 39 1/2" x 27 1/2", SS: 35 1/2" x 23 1/2". Two repaired punctures.

Lot: 3216 - CHARLES GORDON HARRIS (RI, 1891-1963)

"Stowe, Vermont, from the Road to Stowe Hollow", oil on canvas, signed lower right, also artist signed and titled verso, a winter landscape, housed in a modern muted gold molded frame, OS: 23 1/2" x 29 1/2", SS: 17 1/2" x 23 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3217 - JAMES HENRY HAGAMAN (NY/MI, 1866-1946)

Pastoral Landscape with Cows, oil on linen, signed lower right, in gold carved edge panel frame, OS: 18" x 23", SS: 11 1/2" x 16 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3218 - AMERICAN PASTORAL LANDSCAPE PAINTING, CIRCA 1880

Small Farm with Figures, distant village and mountains, oil on canvas, unsigned, in gold gesso frame, OS: 23" x 31", SS: 17 1/2" x 25 1/2", several small punctures, scuffs, fine craquelure, loss to frame.

Lot: 3219 - JESSE CARL HOBBY (IL, 1871-1938)

"Spring Thaw", oil on canvasboard, signed lower left, depicting sloped banks of stream having emerging green grass under snow, in a molded Dutch gold frame, OS: 20 1/2" x 23 1/2", SS: 17 1/2" x 20 1/2". Fine craquelure.

Lot: 3220 - JOSEPH FLOCH (NY/AUSTRIA, 1895-1977)

Rocky Coast with Summer Cottages, oil on masonite, signed lower right, unframed, 20" x 24". Repaired upper right, cleaned, minor touch-up.

Lot: 3221 - VICTORIAN GOLD MOUNTED RED CORAL TUXEDO SET

Set of (4) Carved Housefly Form Tuxedo Buttons, unmarked, 1/2" x 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3222 - MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN IN STERLING SILVER, ENAMEL AND RUBY FRAME ON VELVET STANDING PLAQUE

Oval, with hanging loop, unsigned, unmarked, late 19th c., 3 3/4" x 2 1/8"; PLUS 5" x 4 1/2" wine velvet easel stand. Fine condition.

Lot: 3223 - 14K SHELL CAMEO TRIPLE PORTRAIT BROOCH

Vintage Art Nouveau period cameo brooch of a trio of young women, with 14K gold framework. 1 1/16" x 1 5/8".

Lot: 3224 - RARE THREE COLORED OVAL CAMEO

Female portrait hardstone cameo in a 14K Yellow Gold setting with 23 pearl surround and set with multiple mine cut diamonds. Measures 3" high x 1 1/2" wide.

Lot: 3225 - HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT GOLD LINK BRACELET

Mid-19th c. 14K Yellow Gold Framed Family Memorial Bracelet, with nine engraved links containing woven hair and documenting the Boston family of George and Sarah ("Sally") Darracott, largest link is engraved: "GD, Obt. July 13th 1865, George Darracott, Born 1794; Sally Clark, Born 1787; United in Marriage, 1807, SD, Obt. June 16th 1859"; eight smaller links are engraved with birth dates of their fifteen children (and death dates for those who predeceased their parents); with safety chain, 6 1/4" long, 22.1 dwt tw. One link slightly dented.

Lot: 3226 - GOLD MOUNTED MEMORIAL BROOCH

Victorian 14K Yellow Gold Brooch, containing woven hair, surrounded by seed pearls and black jet beads, with engraved George & Sarah Darracott memorial inscription to back: "George Darracott, Died July 13, 1865, aged 80 yrs. 9 mos., Sarah Darracott, Obt. June 16, 1859, Aged 71 years", 1 1/4" x 1 1/2", 7.7 dwt tw. Missing some jet beads.

Lot: 3227 - MARY GAGE (2 PC) STERLING & TURQUOISE JEWELRY SUITE

Arts & Crafts Design Brooch and Earrings, by silversmith and jewelry artisan Mary Gage (1898-1993), in silver and turquoise; brooch comprised of two chased lily pads and applied silver beads, centered by a bezel set polished natural shape turquoise stone, back stamped "Sterling, Mary Gage, Handwrought", one lily pad stamped "Mary Gage", 1 5/8" x 7/8"; and matching pair of earrings, for pierced ears, with silver beads and bezel set polished turquoise stones, unmarked, 5/8" x 1/2"; 0.41 ozt tw. Good condition.

Lot: 3228 - MARY GAGE 14K GOLD BROOCH

14K Yellow Gold Pin, by silversmith and jewelry artisan Mary Gage (1898-1993), naturalistic design of beads and vines, stamped 'Mary Gage, 14K' verso, 1/2" x 1 1/2", 2.7 dwt. Good condition.

Lot: 3229 - 19TH C. LADY'S PERFUME BOTTLE

Traveling enamel on gold perfume bottle in a custom fitted leather case. Depicts Cupid urinating in a stream. 5/8" diameter x 2 1/4" high. Missing interior stopper.

Lot: 3230 - LADIES ROLEX WRISTWATCH

18K White Gold Rolex Datejust with gold Rolex embossed dial, set with diamonds in original box. Fine running condition. 49.7 dwt, including movement.

Lot: 3231 - LADIES STAR SAPPHIRE RING

Vintage 14K White Gold Ring, set with a natural bluish gray star sapphire in the center surrounded with (12) round brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 1.0 ct. Clarity SI1-I1, color G, gold weight 5.8 dwt. Size 4. With GIA appraisal, replacement cost $6,200.

Lot: 3232 - LADIES VINTAGE DRESS WATCH

Vintage platinum and diamond watch, 17 jewel Swiss movement. Marked Pery #43153. Set with (9) round diamonds on either side of head. 10.6 dwt without movement. Band is set with (38) small round diamonds in square links. May need to be serviced. Has been stored in safety deposit box for many years.

Lot: 3233 - LADIES VINTAGE DRESS WATCH

Hamilton watch with a platinum head set with (6) diamonds on either side with a Speidel expansion band.

Lot: 3234 - VINTAGE 14K GOLD & DIAMOND RING

Vintage Diamond Ring in 14K yellow gold, centered with(1) 0.50 ct. old European cut diamond in six prong gypsy mount. Size 6 1/2.

Lot: 3235 - DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

Vintage handmade 14K yellow gold bangle bracelet set with 15 round European cut, bezel set diamonds. hinged. 2 3/8" dia. 17.2pwt.

Lot: 3236 - 14K GOLD LAYERED DIAMOND RING

Two Layer Diamond Chip Ring in 14K yellow gold, each layer set with (3) rows of diamond chips. Size 6.

Lot: 3237 - RUBY AND MIKIMOTO PEARL EARRINGS

Vintage handmade 18K yellow gold and platinum clip back flower form earrings. Center pearl set with small diamond in center, each set with 30 rubies on petals. Maker initial "W", Wood & Son. 1" dia. 18.6pwt. With appraisal.

Lot: 3238 - LADY'S DIAMOND & SAPPHIRE RING

Lady's 18K White Gold Ring, set with an emerald cut diamond flanked by trillion cut blue sapphires, marked '18K', 2.4 dwt tw. Size 6. Good condition.

Lot: 3239 - 14K GOLD WOVEN NECKLACE

Woven Form Necklace in 14K yellow gold, 31.7 dwt. 15" long, 1/2" wide.

Lot: 3240 - DIAMOND AND BURMA SAPPHIRE RING

18K White Gold and unheated and untreated Burma blue sapphire (10.68ct) and diamond princess cluster style ring. The halo style mounting is set with alternating marquise shape and (8) round brilliant cut diamonds. Approximate diamond weight 1.0ct. Clarity VS1-SI1, Color F-G. Ring size 7 1/2. With GIA certification appraisal.

Lot: 3241 - 18K GOLD PALOMA PICASSO FOR TIFFANY & CO. BRACELET

18K Yellow Gold Daisy Bangle Bracelet, single bar design with fastening hook, signed 'Paloma Picasso', 'Tiffany & Co', and stamped '750', inner dimensions: 2 3/8" x 2", daisy: 1/2" diam., 5.8 dwt. Good condition.

Lot: 3242 - DIAMOND CIRCLE BROOCH

Handmade vintage 14k white gold Diamond circle brooch measuring approx. 28.2mm in diameter, set with (20) Round Brilliant Cut natural Diamonds weighing approx 0.06-0.07ct each. Appox total Diamond weight 1.20-1.30ct, Clarity SI1-SI2, Color G-H. Gold weight 5.3 gr. With appraisal by GIA certified appraiser. Retail Replacement Cost: $2,500.

Lot: 3243 - 14K GOLD CHAIN NECKLACE

Italian 14K Yellow Gold Herringbone Link Necklace, graduated width, marked 'Italy, 14K' and '585', 17" long, 3/8" wide at center, 12.8 dwt. Good condition.

Lot: 3244 - LADIES VINTAGE PEARL & DIAMOND RING

18K Yellow and White gold. Set with a 6 1/2 mm pearl and approx. 1ct diamond. Band set with (28) diamond mieles. Size 6 1/2. With appraisal.

Lot: 3245 - HANDMADE DIAMOND CHANDELIER NECKLACE

Antique platinum necklace set with (15) "chandelier" style links, each centered with an old mine cut diamond, with one larger diamond drop at the bottom set in a Tiffany style six prong setting. Larger diamond measures 3.1ct (approximately). Clarity S-12, Color K-L. Measures 16" long. Replacement cost $25,500. With appraisal.

Lot: 3246 - VINTAGE PLATINUM AND DIAMOND LADIES RING

Stamped with "Peacock" logo. Bypass design set with a center round brilliant European cut diamond, weighing approx. 0.33ct. Clarity CS2, Color F. Set in bypass are (7) Old Mine cut and Old European cut diamonds (mixed), graduating in size from 0.03ct to 0.10ct. Approx. total weight 1.0ct. Clarity VS2-11, Color F-G. Platinum weight 3.90dwt. Ring size 7. Replacement cost $5,200.00. Like new condition.

Lot: 3247 - GOLD, SAPPHIRE & DIAMOND NECKLACE

14K White Gold Necklace, with square blue sapphire & diamond set pendant, on a 16" long snake chain, pendant: 5/8" x 3/8", 3.8 dwt tw. Good condition.

Lot: 3248 - VINTAGE LADIES PLATINUM RING

Set with a 4ct round faceted Moissanite stone, flanked on either side by (5) diamond baguettes. Size 6 1/2.

Lot: 3249 - CARTIER BROOCH

18K Two Tone Gold bow form brooch, set with (4) channel set blue sapphires and (5) small round diamonds. Serial #5677. In original box.

Lot: 3250 - HANDMADE 14K GOLD & DIAMOND RING

Handmade Contemporary Design 14K White Gold and Diamond Ring, in the center are (2) round brilliant cut diamonds, one weighs approx 0.55 ct. with Clarity Grade VS2 and Color G (there are two chips in crown and one under prong, could be recut and still remain a full half carat), the other is a round brilliant cut diamond weighing approx 0.68 ct. with Clarity Grade VVS2 and Color H-I, on each side are two crescent shaped tiers set with full and single cut diamonds, the first tier has six diamonds, the second tier with four diamonds, with total of twenty diamonds approx 0.85 ct tw, size 5. Good condition, with appraisal (2006) value of $7,275.00.

Lot: 3251 - VINTAGE CARTIER 18K GOLD EARRINGS

Vintage hammered, ribbed 18K gold cartier clip form earrings. 7/8" x 1". 14.7pwt.

Lot: 3252 - ANTIQUE PLATINUM AND DIAMOND LADIES RING

Open lace design with hand engraving and an octagon set top, with (1) round brilliant cut European diamond, weighing approx. 0.30ct, Clarity VS1, Color F. "Birks" stamped inside shank. Platinum weight 7.70dwt. Ring size 7.5. Replacement cost $2000.00. Excellent condition.

Lot: 3253 - PEARL NECKLACE

Strand of 8 to 8-1/2 mm pearls, with 14K gold clasp. 18" long.

Lot: 3254 - LADIES 18K WHITE GOLD RING

Ladies Vintage 18K white gold solitaire ring with traditional Tiffany style six prong setting and a Round Brilliant Cut Diamond measuring approx 6.71 x 6.60 x 4.02mm. Actual weight 1.11ct, Clarity I1, color L, Top Top Light brown. Cut is Excellent. 60% depth. Gold weight 1.7dwt. Size 6 1/4. With appraisal from certified GIA appraiser. Retail Replacement Cost: $6,000.

Lot: 3255 - PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EARRINGS

Stud earrings, each set with central oval ruby, surrounded by (11) small round diamonds. 3/8" high x 3/8" wide

Lot: 3256 - 14K GOLD, DIAMOND & GARNET RING

Ring in 14K yellow gold, set with (1) rectangular garnet and (3) small diamonds, stamped 'S/J'. Size 3 1/4.

Lot: 3257 - PAIR OF DIAMOND EARRINGS

Antique 14K Yellow Gold, rare 7 prong Tiffany style settings with screw post and backs. Set with old European cut diamonds. Approximately 3ct. Clarity SI1, Color H. Both diamonds have small chips on the girdle. Replacement cost $20,000.00. With appraisal.

Lot: 3258 - NATURAL FORM AUSTRALIAN OPAL PENDANT

Set in 18K Yellow Gold, on a 14K Yellow Gold flat link chain. Pendant measures 1/2" wide x 1 1/2 long. Chain is 20" long, 4.5 dwt. Fine condition.

Lot: 3259 - 18K GOLD FIVE-STRAND NECKLACE

18K Yellow Gold Necklace, consisting of five link chains centered by small pendants, joined by triangular openwork end pieces, 14 1/2" long, 45.6 dwt. Good condition.

Lot: 3260 - PAIR OF TIFFANY & CO CUFFLINKS

18K Yellow Gold and Sterling monkey fist form cufflinks. 1/2" diameter.

Lot: 3261 - CARVED GREEN JADE PENDANT

Chinese carved green jade fruit form pendant. 14K Yellow Gold mount. 2 1/4" high x 1 1/2" wide.

Lot: 3262 - 14K GOLD, PLATINUM AND PEARL BANGLE BRACELET

Vintage handmade 14K gold and platinum bangle bracelet set with 7 6mm pearls, 12 smaller pearls, and 16 round Diamond with filigree sides; hinged lock. 2 1/2" dia. Total weight: 13.6pwt.

Lot: 3263 - DIAMOND ART DECO RING

Vintage handmade platinum ring set with emerald cut diamond, 1.61 ct (approx), Clarity VVS2, Color J. Set with (6) side baguettes, Clarity VVS1, Color G. Ring size 6 1/2. With appraisal.

Lot: 3264 - OVAL SILVER FRAMED MIRROR

Most Unusual 19th c. Continental Silver Framed Mirror, frame is likely Hanau/German, with intricate floral and leaf repousse decorated rim and molded edge interior, period beveled glass insert, single mahogany backboard, silver back stamped with illegible hallmarks, 25 1/2" high, 21 1/2" wide.

Lot: 3265 - SILVER PUNCH BOWL WITH ETON STEEPLECHASE TROPHY PRESENTATION

English Sterling Silver Footed Punch Bowl by John & Frank Pairpoint, London, 1900, applied grapevine decorated rim, fluted base and foot, with engraved presentation "R.G.H. Howard-Vyse, Winner of Steeplechase, Second in Mile and Half-Mile, Eton, 1901", with engraved crests of the Howard family (motto: Virtus Mille Scuta - virtue is worth a thousand shields), and Eton College (motto: Floreat Eton - may Eton flourish), 5 3/4" high, 8 1/2" diam., 27.66 ozt. Good condition.

Lot: 3266 - PR ENGLISH STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS

Pair of Victorian Corinthian Column Form Weighted Candleholders, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co., Ltd., Sheffield, 1888, with removable bobeches, 11" high, 4 3/8" sq. Good condition.

Lot: 3267 - PR TIFFANY & CO. SILVER CLAN MACPHERSON ARMORIAL PLATES

Pair of Tiffany & Co. Sterling Bread Plates, #20198, circa 1925, with engraved crest of the Clan Macpherson, with motto "Touch Not the Cat bot a Glove", stamped "Tiffany & Co, Makers, 20198 3269, 925-1000, M", 6 1/4" diam., 11.26 ozt tw. Surface scratches.

Lot: 3268 - PR GERMAN SILVER SWEETMEAT DISHES

19th c. Hanau Hammered 812-Silver Serving Vessels, probably by B. Neresheimer & Sohne, having an oval shape with reeded rim and side handles, set on a rectangular pierced edge base with ball form feet, each with engraved crest depicting a wolf rampant with oak branch and motto "In Deo et Veritate Fido" (for God and Truth), each with Hanau marks at base edge, 7 1/4" high, 8 3/8" x 3 3/8", 19.79 ozt tw. Good condition.

Lot: 3269 - GERMAN SILVER MOUNTED COBALT GLASS CENTERPIECE BOWL

19th c. Baroque Style Cobalt Glass and 800-Silver Compote, with shaped and gilded rim, surrounded by a silver grapevine band, mounted atop a square scroll design foot with repousse scenes of putti on each side, weighted base, 9 5/8" high, 8 1/4" diam. Gilding losses, otherwise good condition.

Lot: 3270 - PR ENGLISH SILVER-PLATE CANDELABRA

Pair of Late 19th c. Silver Plated Four-Arm Five-Light Candelabra, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co., Sheffield, with beaded edges and detachable bobeches, Corinthian column form reeded stems, set on square stepped bases, each has removable top section to convert to single socket candlestick, felted bases, 20 3/8" high (single candlestick is 13" high), 13" diam. Good condition.

Lot: 3271 - WILLIAM SPRATLING SILVER BELL

Mexican Sterling Silver Bell, by Taxco maker William Spratling, 1940-46, with ball form finial and turned wooden handle, 4" high, 1 7/8" diam., 1.95 ozt tw. Good condition.

Lot: 3272 - (4) SILVER ACCESSORIES

Group of (4) Assorted Silver Smalls, incl: Continental 800-silver tea strainer, with fleur-de-lis form handle, fancy pierced rim, 6 1/4" x 3 3/8", small bowl dent; Sterling tea infuser by Wm. B. Kerr & Co., #854, with chain and applied leaf decoration, 1 3/4" x 2" (without chain); Sterling grape shears, 6 3/4" x 2 3/8"; and 830-Silver grape shears, 6" x 2 1/8"; 9.09 ozt tw. Good condition, except as noted.

Lot: 3273 - CASED SILVER-PLATE DESSERT CUTLERY SET

(24) Piece English Mother-of-Pearl Handled Dessert Set, by Allen & Darwin, Sheffield, including: (12) Knives, 8" long; and (12) Forks, 6 1/4" long; in a wooden velvet lined fitted case with brass lid plaque and lock (with key), case: 2 1/2" high, 12" x 10". Minor case surface wear.

Lot: 3274 - (4 PC) STERLING & TORTOISESHELL DRESSER SET

Early 20th c. (4) Piece English Deco Design Dresser Set, in sterling silver and tortoiseshell, by Percy James Finch, Birmingham, 1923, incl: Mirror, 10 3/8" x 5 1/4"; Hairbrush, 9 3/4" x 3"; and (2) Clothes brushes, 6 5/8" x 1 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3275 - (7) SMALL SILVER & SILVER-PLATE ACCESSORIES

Group of (7) Assorted Items, incl: Sterling whiskey decanter label, by A. Marston & Co., Birmingham, 1938, rectangular shape with chain, 1 1/4" x 1 7/8"; (3) Silver-plate liquor decanter labels by Delli Silver Plate, including Gin, Vodka and Port, with chains, 1 1/4" x 2 3/8"; Sterling handle seal, 3 1/4" long; Weighted sterling silver pepper shaker, by Saart Bros. Co. (Attleboro, MA), 5 1/4" high, surface stains and corrosion; and Dutch Pako Rhenen BV silver-plate tea caddy shovel, 1970s, 4 1/2" long. Good condition, except as noted.

Lot: 3276 - VICTORIAN WALNUT TURTLE TOP CENTER TABLE

19th c. Carved Walnut Marble Top Table, shaped beveled edge white marble top, base section frieze, legs and stretcher with ornately carved fruit and foliate decoration, 29 3/4" high, 41 1/4" x 28 1/2". Marble stains, scratches and hairline cracks; small edge chips to frieze.

Lot: 3277 - A.L.P. SKILLINGE (FEMALE AMERICAN REGIONALIST ARTIST, MAINE & NEW YORK)

"Coming to the Point", oil on canvas, signed lower right, dated 1866, depicting two men having a whittling contest in a farmyard, the horse of the visitor tied up behind the two, in the original gilt gesso frame, OS: 25 1/2" x 29", SS: 18" x 21 1/2". Good condition. Label verso this is a copy from an original by William Sidney Mount, in a gallery in New York.

Lot: 3278 - FRENCH STONE AND BRONZE INKSTAND

Napoleon III Desk Standish, 19th c., with carved black marble base, two cut crystal bottles, and centered by a bronze cupid making arrows with hammer and anvil, one bottle lid topped with his quiver and the other with his torch, 7" high, 13" x 6 3/4". Base scratches, otherwise good condition.

Lot: 3279 - DELBERT DANA COOMBS (ME, 1850-1938)

A Favorite Cow from Poland Spring Farm, oil on canvas laid to cardboard, signed lower left and dated 1907, 'Poland Spring Farm' marked lower right, unframed, 10" x 14". Good condition.

Lot: 3280 - AESTHETIC MOVEMENT DESK WITH SHAKESPEAREAN MINTON TILES

Circa 1875 Walnut Cabinet Desk having a spindled gallery with cannonball finials, peaked ends with conical stops; the two doors over two shelves and five cubbies having inset aqua Minton tiles depicting scenes from "Troilus & Cressida" and "Romeo & Juliet", the upper cabinet, with fancy brass binding, is raised on matching spindles above ring pull fold-out red felt writing surface, single shallow drawer below, resting on two setback shelves tied by columns, the entirety resting on protruding raked square framed legs, 30 1/2" to writing surface, 62" x 27" x 19 1/2" overall.

Lot: 3281 - DELBERT DANA COOMBS (ME, 1850-1938)

Cows and Calves at Pasture Stream, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1920, housed in the original gold gesso cove frame, OS: 22" x 30", SS: 15 1/2" x 23 1/2". Painting is in good condition, area of outer frame gesso missing..

Lot: 3282 - ENGLISH VICTORIAN DISPLAY STAND WITH LOWER DRAWER & CABINET, CIRCA 1860

Whatnot in Mahogany, Two-Tiered Display Stand, with finials at top of Doric column supports, the lower cabinet containing a single drawer having a mushroom knob, single panel door over open cabinet, resting on squat turned legs with brass cup casters, 63" x 20" x 17 1/2". Very good condition.

Lot: 3283 - 19TH C. FRENCH WOODEN PANEL OF GAME

Relief Sculpture Panel of Game, Birds and a Rabbit, in black walnut, an arched top molded panel with bold scrollwork crest, 24" x 18" x 4". Shrinkage crack at top.

Lot: 3284 - ROBERT ATKINSON FOX (PA/IL/CAN, 1860-1935)

Statue of Liberty with Manhattan and Departing Ocean Liner Behind, a Biplane Above, oil on canvas, signed lower right, unframed, 26" x 18". Cleaned and relined.

Lot: 3285 - HERTER BROTHERS INLAID GAMING TABLE

Late 19th c. Ebonized Rosewood Rectangular Games Table, with burlwood inlaid top, legs and base, hinged swivel top with applied bullnose edge, folds open to a green tooled leather surface, open storage compartment below. Has a frieze with gilded and pierced bronze mounts inset with floral painted Paris porcelain plaquettes, set on turned and reeded legs, with base comprised of inlaid arched end frames with flared feet and double turned stretchers. The piece is impressed 'Herter Bro's N.Y.' to underside top between legs, 30 1/4" high, 35 3/4" x 17 1/2". Edge veneer losses, top shrinkage cracks, top slightly warped, top edge separation, missing one side and corner frieze base molding.

Lot: 3286 - 19TH C. GERMAN WANUT ARCHITECTURAL PHOTO FRAME WITH TEN ANCESTORS

Circa 1890s Carte de Visite Wall Hanging Photo Frame in the form of a Neo-Classical Architrave, the upper obelisks having initials "R.S" and signed verso "R. Stein, 1894, Mannerheim". 25" x 18" x 4". Some bits of molding missing, tips of crest urn and one obelisk.

Lot: 3287 - PAUL KIRK MIDDLEBROOK THOMAS (PA, 1875-1962)

Portrait of Emily Drayton Taylor, life-sized waist length, depicting a woman in black, with a white scarf, black broad brimmed hat having feathers (circa 1905), her left hand on her belt clutch, her right hand on a long silver eyeglass chain, with frame tag naming subject and artist and giving her birth date as April 14th, 1860, housed in a gold deep cover frame with gesso edge, OS: 53 1/2" x 33 1/2", SS: 47 1/2" x 27 1/2". Good condition. Emily Drayton Taylor (Mrs. J. Madison Taylor) 1860 - 1952 was a miniature painter from Philadelphia. Awarded gold medal, Earl’s Court, London, 1900, Charleston Exposition, 1902; silver medal, San Francisco Exposition, 1915; medal, Miniature Society of Pennsylvania; Medal of Honor, 1919; Charles M. Lea money prize. Academy Fine Arts, miniature exhibition, 1920. Painted portrait of Cardinal Mercier, 1924, and awarded special money prize by Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts for same.

Lot: 3288 - VICTORIAN PARLOR SIDE CHAIRS ATTRIBUTED TO J & J MEEKS

American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood "Stanton Hall" Pattern, by J. and J.W. Meeks, New York, mid-19th c., with reticulated floral crests, and side frames, carved hip-rests, cabriole legs, 18" seats, 40" backs, 20" x 26". Good condition, slightly different needlepoint coverings.

Lot: 3289 - VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD & SATINWOOD PRESENTATION MALLET FOR MINISTERY PARLIAMENT

English Inlaid Rosewood Mallet, with inset engraved round silver plaque that reads: "To Sir Thomas Fermor-Hesketh, Bart. M.P., RWPGM, on the occasion of laying the foundation stone of All Saints Church, Old Swan, Jan. 8th 1872", 7 3/4" high, 3 3/4" diam. Shrinkage cracks around plaque. Sir Thomas Fermor-Hesketh, 5th Baronet (1825-1872), was a Conservative party politician who sat in the House of Commons (representing Preston) from 1862-1872. All Saints Church (Broadgreen Road, Old Swan, Lancashire) was established in 1875, and operates today with the Church of England Diocese of Liverpool.

Lot: 3290 - WILSON HENRY IRVINE (IL/CT, 1869-1936)

"Knife's Edge", oil on hardboard, signed lower left, titled on tag verso, depicting a rocky geographical feature in highlands, in a modern gold cove frame, OS: 23 1/2" x 27 1/2", SS: 19 1/2" x 23 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3291 - UPHOLSTERED WINDOW SEAT

Wide Padded Bench, with Flemish style openwork carved wooden base and scrolled feet, leopard pattern fabric seat cover, 17 5/8" high, 49" x 19". Abrasions and losses at one end.

Lot: 3292 - JACOBEAN REVIVAL STYLE FIREPLACE FENDER

Heavy Brass and Cast Iron Fender, c. 1870, with open scrollwork design set in a frame with stacked square corner posts, 10 1/2" high, 64" x 16 1/2". Minor surface rust.

Lot: 3293 - ANTEBELLUM OVAL PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL IN A MAGNIFICENT FRAME

Blue Eyed Blonde Girl in bottle curls, wearing a white dress with blue ribbon belt, leaning on a cranberry colored upholstered chair in a undefined, darkening landscape, back stenciled by "H.L. & G. Drake, Artist Depot, Troy, NY" (in business 1850-56). In a deep relief gilt gesso oval frame, OS: 34" x 29", SS: 23" x 19". Scratch at bottom, light craquelure, minor frame loss.

Lot: 3294 - LATE GRAND TOUR BRONZE FLOOR URN

Grecian Style Urn with warrior in portico on sides, portrait handles ending in ram's horn brackets, unmarked, 24 1/2" x 10". Good condition.

Lot: 3295 - WILSON HENRY IRVINE (CT/IL, 1869-1936)

Autumn River Lane, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in hand carved Arts & Crafts gilt frame, circa 1910, OS: 19" x 24", SS: 12 3/4" x 17 3/4". Cleaned and relined. Includes book: "Wilson Henry Irvine and the Poetry of Light" by Harold Spencer, Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, Connecticut, 1998.

Lot: 3296 - NEOCLASSICAL STYLE PEDESTAL

Green Onyx and Wooden Pedestal, with painted wood Corinthian capital style top and stepped square base, cylindrical stone pedestal with metal support bands, 52 1/2" high, 13 1/2" sq. base. Repaired stone break near top.

Lot: 3297 - VICTORIAN BRASS SWING HANDLE COAL BUCKET

19th c. English Brass Coal Scuttle, with copper riveted handle, applied pierced and rosette decoration, and set on three paw form feet, 19 3/4" high, 10" diam. A few minor dents.

Lot: 3298 - VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD ETAGERE

19th c. Four-Shelf Display Stand, having turned finials and barley twist side posts, shaped shelves with carved beaded edges, paneled back, 40 3/4" high, 39" x 13 1/2". Small shrinkage crack to second shelf left edge.

Lot: 3299 - FREDERICK JUDD WAUGH (NJ/MA, 1861-1940)

Open Sea, Whitecaps; oil on hardboard, signed lower right, in an artist decorated blue and white frame, tan velvet liner, OS: 23" x 27", SS: 15 1/2" x 19 1/2". Painting good, worn frame edges.

Lot: 3300 - CARVED FIGURAL PICTURE FRAME

Vintage Exotic Hand Carved Mahogany Photo Frame, in the form of a staircase and stage, frame opening flanked by standing nudes, slide in photo holder with cannonball finials and glass panel with reverse painted mirrored oval mat, frame only: 5 1/2" x 3 3/4", OS: 10" high, 10" x 5". Foot loss and chip to one nude; mat silvering losses.

Lot: 3301 - WALNUT SIDE TABLE

Early 19th c. Square Table, with diamond point apron corner moldings, bulbous topped round tapered legs, 28 3/4" high, 20" x 19". Edge abrasions, top stains, shrinkage between top boards.

Lot: 3302 - TOD LINDENMUTH (MA/FL, 1885-1976)

"Lifting Fog", oil on masonite, signed lower left, titled verso, with artist's name and 'Provincetown, Mass.'. Depicts three men in two skiffs in the foreground, a cluster of fishing boats gathered behind for safety, in silver painted ogee frame, OS: 37 1/2" x 32 1/2", SS: 33 1/2" x 27 1/2". Flaking in sky.

Lot: 3303 - GOTHIC STYLE VICTORIAN CARVED CHAIR WITH "WRH" MONOGRAM

Black Walnut Entry Chair with fully reticulated tall arched back of entwined grapevine bearing fruit, elongated monogram lower center, finials at top of block and urn turned stiles, hip braces in the form of recumbent sea dragons, worn brocade seat raised on tapered octagonal legs ending in ring topped peg feet, 18" seat, 44" back, 19" x 19". Old repairs.

Lot: 3304 - ANTEBELLUM PORTRAIT OF WOMAN

Raven Haired Young Woman with blossom adorned bottle curled hair, black silk dress having drop shoulders, silver buckle at waist, pearl necklace around neck, gold earrings; drape, lattice and sky behind her, oil on panel, unsigned, unframed, 30" x 20 3/4", repaired crack top to bottom at center, alligatoring at her left eye.

Lot: 3305 - OLD HICKORY CENTER TABLE

1940s Era Octagonal Oak Table by Old Hickory Furniture Co., Martinsville, IN, base with four double legs united by a cross stretcher, underside branded "Old Hickory, Martinsville, Indiana", 26" high, 24" x 24". Surface wear.

Lot: 3306 - ALS CIVIL WAR FIELD REPORT FROM BRIG. GEN. SAMUEL W. CRAWFORD

Report of engagement on Feb. 3rd. He refers to his men as the Bucktails, that fought "one brigade of Confederate Gen. Hood's division," in thick woodland, captured 80-90 prisoners, along with a Napoleon cannon and two caissons, colors of the 15th Georgia and 1,000 stands of small arms. Graphic. Entirely in his hand. Framed.

Lot: 3308 - CIVIL WAR SWORD & SCABBARD, WITH PROVENANCE, CARRIED AT GETTYSBURG

High Quality Sword belonging to Col. Francis E. Heath, Commander of the 19th Maine Volunteer Infantry, with fancy gilt brass fittings, shagreen grip, scabbard engraved with US & patriotic scenes, the hilt engraved with his initials. Retains original gold bullion ribbon and pommel. The 30 1/2" blade has fancy etching as well, and is marked "Iron Cutter: Schuyler, Hartley & Graham, New York". 38 1/2" long overall. Includes original 1977 purchase receipt for $510, a copy of Heath's July 4, 1863 report, a framed reprint photo and a copy of his service record.

Lot: 3309 - CIVIL WAR 1863 CONTRACT SPRINGFIELD MUSKET BY SAVAGE

1863 Contract Springfield Rifled Musket manufactured by Savage R.F.A Co. Overall excellent condition with expected but minimal wear to metal and furniture. Lock functions normally, nipple is not mushroomed and seems unobstructed and rifling is in excellent condition with no apparent corrosion at the breech block. Butt plate is marked at heel 'US' with rack number '2 D 3.' Includes original ramrod. Caliber: .54 Cal. Black Powder, BBL: 40", OAL: 56".

Lot: 3310 - POCKET MIRROR OF KNOWN CIVIL WAR CONNECTICUT 25TH OFFICER

Home Made Pocket Mirror with swing lid (partially gone), inked inside the lid "This pocket-mirror the property of John S. Ives. --Master 25th C.V. was carried -- the engagements --d on the (re)verse". Unidentified symbol on front of cover. Reverse lists "Baton Rouge; Donaldsville; Thiteruax (?); Bayou Boeuf; Bullshear City; Vermillion Vullevue Bayou; Appalousas; Irish Bend; Alexandria; Semmes Port; Bayou Sara; Port Hudson". 4 1/2" x 2 3/4".

Lot: 3311 - SCARCE US CIVIL WAR MODEL 1840 C&J (CLEMEN & JUNG) HEAVY CAVALRY SWORD WITH SCABBARD

US Civil War Model 1840 Clemen & Jung Heavy Calvary Sword, with ricasso stamped "C & J". Leather grip wrap is complete and the twisted brass wire is intact. The pommel cap and knuckle guard are discolored and soiled with rubs and scuffs. The blade hasn't been sharpened, surface rust with some light pitting, clip point tip, 36" blade, 43" overall. Scabbard has light surface rust overall, scuffs and scratches.

Lot: 3312 - BRITISH MADE CIVIL WAR ERA DOCTOR'S PHARMACOLOGY CASE

Locking Brass Bound Mahogany Case, fitted with flush mount brass ring pull and side lifts, British made brass lock, (no key), the upper portion partitioned, having padded blue velvet lid interior to trap bottles from shifting; the lower portion having a drawer containing two front compartments with sliding covers, writing compartments behind for pens and bottles. 8 3/4" x 10 1/4" x 7 1/2". Shrinkage crack on one side, good condition.

Lot: 3313 - LARGE CIVIL WAR NAVAL EXPLODING CANNONBALL, ENCRUSTED

Naval Cast Iron Exploding Shell, in heavy gauge with hole for missing fuse, the interior empty, in obviously water salvaged condition, extremely corroded, 9" diam. Includes mahogany plate display stand.

Lot: 3314 - ARTS & CRAFTS REVERSE PAINTED TABLE LAMP

1920s Era Lamp, attributed to Pittsburgh Lamp Co., having a "chipped ice" textured six-panel glass shade with reverse painted floral decoration, in a copper and green painted metal frame, set on a painted spelter base, double socket fixture with chain pulls, unsigned, 22" high, 16 1/2" diam. Replaced sockets and cord.

Lot: 3315 - GREEN SLAG GLASS TABLE LAMP

Circa 1920 American Arts & Crafts Cast Metal Table Lamp, having a metal framed shade fitted with eight slag glass panels, patinated reeded and leaf decorated stem and hexagonal shape dished base with relief molded leaf edge decoration, double socket fixture with chain pulls, with original cap and flame form finial, cloth covered cord, unmarked, 23 1/2" high, 19" diam. Fraying cord.

Lot: 3316 - REVERSE PAINTED RIBBED GLASS PANEL TABLE LAMP

Circa 1920 Arts & Crafts Design Lamp, having a spelter shade fitted eight with ribbed glass panels - each with painted floral and scrolled decoration, set on a cast spelter reeded and bellflower decorated base, flower form finial, double socket fixture with chain pulls, unmarked, 21 1/2" high, 16 1/2" diam. Paint losses to one shade panel; minor gilding losses.

Lot: 3317 - HANDEL BRONZE FLOOR LAMP WITH LUNDBERG STUDIOS ART GLASS SHADE

Early 20th c. Handel Style Yoke Form Bronze Floor Lamp, with contemporary iridescent dome form Dore art glass shade by Lundberg Studios (Davenport, CA), shade with etched 'Lundberg Studios' signature to interior below rim, note: lamp is missing base cover plate where maker's mark would have been stamped, lamp: 56 1/4" high, 9" diam. at base, shade: 5 5/8" high, 10 1/8" diam. Lamp base scratches and surface wear, shade in good condition.

Lot: 3318 - ALABASTER SCULPTURAL TABLE LAMP WITH PUTTI

Italian Art Nouveau Carved Alabaster Figural Lamp, early 20th c., with two-part spherical top, drilled for lamp fittings, depicting two putti amid grapevines, 29" high, 9 1/2" diam. Lid crack, rim chip near base.

Lot: 3319 - ROCOCO STYLE CHANDELIER

19th c. Gilded Cast Bronze Six Light Hanging Fixture, electrified with candle bulb sockets, scrolling leaf form design frame, with candle sleeves, 30" high, 16" diam. Candle sleeve creases/losses.

Lot: 3320 - PAIR OF CHANDELIER-FORM TABLE LAMPS

A matching pair of three-tiered chandelier form table lamps with teardrop and chrysanthemum form glass baubles. The lamps also have four faux-candle light sockets. Both lamps are in overall good condition with no missing baubles or other damage, however the electrical cords are both missing plugs and neither lamp has been observed working.

Lot: 3321 - LARGE HEISEY GLASS BANQUET LAMP

Circa 1900 Banquet Oil Lamp with pressed bullseye pattern, square foot, crystal prism drops suspended from a central umbrella, round font with lobed crests rising from the bullseyes, nickel-plated fittings having duplex wicks, retaining the original chimney and frosted glass sunburst cut ball shade, 33" tall, 8" shade. Good condition, scratch to top of font, light scratches on the underside of the foot, as often seen.

Lot: 3322 - VICTORIAN ART GLASS LIGHT FIXTURE

Pull-Down Hanging Lamp, with quilted cranberry and opalescent glass shade, not electrified, repousse copper pull-down fittings, fixture: 11 1/2" high, 6 3/4" diam., ceiling cap: 4 3/4" diam. Missing font, chain surface rust, water stain to ceiling cap.

Lot: 3323 - BOSTON & SANDWICH VASELINE GLASS CANDLESTICKS

Lot of (4) 19th c. Hexagonal Base Flint Glass Candlesticks, hollow stems, single step bases, 7 3/4" high, 4" diam. Frits and roughness to top rims and bases.

Lot: 3324 - LARGE VIENNA REGULATOR CLOCK

Austrian Bank Clock, having a solid oak case in walnut veneer, ebonized trim, peaked gable, exposed weight driven two-week duration works, powered with pinwheel deadbeat escapement, dial having brass bezel and silvered brass roman numeral chapter ring, center sweep second hand, circa 1890, 69" x 19" x 10 1/2", fine condition.

Lot: 3325 - GRAND CARVED TALL CLOCK BY G.W. RUSSELL OF PHILADELPHIA, CA 1905

Architectural Walnut Case with tower style bonnet having a crenelated top, gabled, with roof tiling, tombstone door, glass sides with fretwork, the dial in painted metal with Arabic numbers, seconds bit, date sweep painted with anthropomorphic moon phases, the case heavily molded with three columns at corners, middle case with lap leaf mitered edge, engraved sides, the lower case with relief classical panel, resting on cannonball stack feet, 98" (8'-2"0) tall, 24" x 14" at bonnet, includes original brass weights and pendulum, winder and key. Not observed running. Loss to side fretwork on bonnet.

Lot: 3326 - FOLK ART CUCKOO CLOCK

Cuckoo Clock featuring three oversized American Eagles, carved by Morton Riddle (KY/CA, 1909-1992), a retired watchmaker from Peastick, Kentucky who was discovered by Liz Blackman of the 'Outside-In' Gallery of LA in 1970. 34 1/2" x 29" x 13", includes pendulum. Good condition.

Lot: 3327 - INLAID FRENCH PORTICO CLOCK

Rosewood Mantel Clock, with gilded brass mounted columns and dial surround, floral design boxwood inlay and stringing, silvered dial with black Roman numerals, 8-day time and strike movement (with key), fancy repousse decorated gilded brass pendulum, 15 3/4" high, 8 1/2" x 4 1/2". Veneer area loss to top right side, minor foot losses, not observed running.

Lot: 3328 - WALTHAM BANJO CLOCK

Circa 1930 Painted Wall Clock by Waltham, 8-day time only movement (with key), painted metal dial marked "Waltham", bezel with convex glass panel, reverse painted throat glass with American eagle and shield, door panel with American sailing ship flanked by torches, gold and green crackle painted case with acorn finials, brass side panels, 41 1/2" high, 10 3/8" x 3 3/4". Missing pendulum, repaired base, paint losses, not observed running.

Lot: 3329 - BANJO CLOCK WITH NAUTICAL THEME

Early 19th c. Mahogany Banjo Clock with lower eglomise glass panel of the War of 1812 victory of the USS Constitution over the RMS Guerriere, centered on an American shield, the throat having gilt scrollwork eglomise, no maker's mark, complete with original pendulum, weight, finial and crank. 33" x 10" x 3 1/2". Very good condition, missing one bit of molding.

Lot: 3330 - SETH THOMAS CRYSTAL REGULATOR

Brass Cased Mantel Clock by Seth Thomas, 8-day time and strike movement, with faux mercury pendulum and key, beveled glass front, back and side panels, hinged front and back doors, white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and pink & green floral decoration, gilded brass case, movement marked "Made in U.S. America", "ST, USA" and "A-48-N", 10 3/4" high, 6 7/8" x 5 1/2". Case scratches and gilding losses, not observed operating.

Lot: 3331 - LARGE REGULATOR CLOCK (LACKING WEIGHTS)

Molded Crown Walnut Cased Regulator Office Clock by Sessions Clock Co. of Forestville, Conn. Includes original pendulum and key, no weights, 38 1/2" x 18" x 5 1/2". Very good, clean condition.

Lot: 3332 - WILLIAM ARBER BROWN KIRKPATRICK (MA, 1880 - ?)

Still Life of a Bowl of Nasturtiums, oil on canvas, signed lower right, housed in a gold painted oak panel frame with gesso outer edge, OS: 14 3/4" x 18 3/4", SS: 8 1/4" x 12 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3333 - AUGUST LAUX (NY/GERMANY, 1853-1921)

Still Life of Dahlias with a bronze inkwell and embroidered drapery, signed lower left, unframed, 20 1/4" x 30 1/4", dimpled, impressions upper right. Multiple repaired punctures and tears.

Lot: 3334 - AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH C., SIGNED 'B. FORD'

Still Life of Oranges and Nuts in a Glass bowl, oil on canvas, signed lower right, housed in the original lemon gold molded frame, OS: 17 1/4" x 21 1/2", SS: 11 1/4" x 15 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3335 - GEORGE HENRY HALL (NY/NH, 1825-1913)

Still Life with clusters of green and red grapes and a ripe pear, oil on canvas laid to hardboard, signed lower right and dated 1868, housed in what may be the original lemon gold bullnose gesso frame, OS: 12 1/2" x 16 3/4", SS: 7 1/2" x 11 3/4", cleaned, good condition.

Lot: 3336 - GEORGE FORSTER (NY/GERMANY, 1817-1896)

Still Life with Peaches, Grapes, Plums and Raspberries, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1876, housed in what may be the original lemon gold molded frame, OS: 19" x 16", SS: 16 1/4" x 13 1/4", two small repaired punctures, cleaned, fine craquelure on the edges.

Lot: 3337 - 19TH C. STILL LIFE SIGNED 'M.H. KELLER'

Tabletop Still Life with white tablecloth, fruit in a tipped splint basket, oil on canvas, signed lower right, circa 1870, in vintage deep lemon gold molded frame, OS: 23" x 26", SS: 14 1/2" x 17 1/2". Cleaned and relined, minimal frame loss.

Lot: 3338 - EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT (RI, 1842-1904)

Still Life of Peeled Fruit with Silver Compote, oil on linen laid to panel, signed lower left and dated 1868, in a hand carved Dutch gold Arts & Crafts frame, with name tag, OS: 22 1/2" x 36 1/2", SS: 15 1/2" x 29 1/2". Cleaned.

Lot: 3339 - PERCY SANBORN (ME, 1849-1929)

A Bowl of Roses, oil on board, signed lower left, circa 1900, in a gold gesso edged frame with linen liner, OS: 14" x 16 3/4", SS: 8 1/2" x 11 1/2". Good condition, minor frame loss.

Lot: 3340 - CLARA WELLES LATHROP (MA/NY, 1853-1907)

Still Life of White Carnations in a Glass Pitcher, oil on canvas, signed lower right "C.W. Lathrop" and dated 1881, in a fancy gilded Victorian replica frame, OS: 31 1/2" x 24 1/2", SS: 24 1/2" x 17 1/2". Under glass, small puncture upper center.

Lot: 3341 - ROBERT JOHNSON, ARTS & CRAFTS ERA STILL LIFE OIL PAINTING

Floral Still Life, oil on canvas, signed lower left "Robt. Johnson", depicting a pewter pitcher of flowers, a pewter charger, plate of fruit and candlestick on a purple cloth, in a carved gilt molded frame, OS: 37" x 31", SS: 33 1/2" x 27 1/2". Small puncture on left, scuffs, minor loss to frame gilding.

Lot: 3342 - ROBERT HOLDEN (CONTEMPORARY NY)

An Array of Fruit with Bowl and Linen Towel on Stone top Table, oil on canvas, signed lower center, rendered in the Dutch style, housed in a gilt Arts & Crafts panel frame by Peter Miller, 21 1/4" x 35 1/4", SS: 13 1/2" x 27 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3343 - MARK S. JOFFE (NY/RUSSIA, 1864-1941)

Life sized Still Life of Potted Zinnias on a Green Wicker Table, oil on linen, signed lower center, in an Arts & Crafts Dutch gold molded frame, OS: 37 1/2" x 29 1/2", SS: 32 3/4" x 24 3/4". Repaired puncture lower center.

Lot: 3344 - LOUIS VAN DER STEEN (NETHERLANDS, 1891-1954)

A Glass Vase of Flowers, oil on linen, signed lower right, in modern gold molded frame, OS: 26" x 22", SS: 23" x 19". Small repaired tear at center.

Lot: 3345 - VICTORIAN FLORAL STILL LIFE SIGNED "F.C. SMART"

A Spread of Lilacs, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated '93, in the original gilt gesso cove frame, OS: 24 1/2" x 46 1/2", SS: 19 1/2" x 41 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3346 - ROBERT BRACKMAN (NY/CT, 1898-1980) (ATTRIBUTED)

Tabletop Still Life with Flowerpot and Fruit on a grey blanket, oil on canvas, unsigned, in gold Arts & Crafts style molded frame, OS: 31" x 29", SS: 23 1/2" x 21 1/2". Repaired punctures at bottom, overall craquelure.

Lot: 3347 - LOUISE UPTON BRUMBACK (NY/NJ/MA, 1867-1929)

Vase of Flowers, oil on coarse linen, signed lower left, in a white painted bullnose frame, OS: 28 3/4" x 33 3/4", SS: 24 3/4" x 29 3/4". Good condition, single small puncture center left, flaking to frame.

Lot: 3348 - GEORGE E. OHR (MS, 1857-1918) ART POTTERY VASE

Barrel Form Vase, glazed earthenware, with incised script signature "G. E. Ohr" on base, surface with deep brown mottled glaze, having a narrow neck tapering to wide body with incised rings at top and base edge, centered with band of incised vertical lines, 9 1/2" high, 5" diam. Stilt marks on base, otherwise good condition.

Lot: 3349 - ART NOUVEAU FOLEY "INTARSIO" POTTERY MANTEL CLOCK

Circa 1900 English Ceramic Cased Clock, designed by Frederick Rhead (1856-1933) for Wileman & Co., with 8-day Swiss made wind-up clock with black Arabic numerals, set in a case with canted and gabled top decorated with images of young maidens, flowers, sailboats, and the rising sun, case surface with painted words "Carpe Diem" and "Dies Nox", case stamped with maker's mark, Rd. no. 342574, and '3160', 11 3/4" high, 11" x 4 3/4". Replaced clock, wind mechanism doesn't turn.

Lot: 3350 - JOHN BENNETT (NY/NJ/UK, 1840-1907) ART POTTERY

Circa 1880 Glazed Pottery Jar, signed 'JB ENNETT' on base, having a globular shape decorated with Primrose Yellow Dendrobium orchids on a yellow ground, blue and white spatter interior, base with underglaze hand painted 'Dendrobium primulium' (sic) flower species name, 5 1/2" high, 7 3/4" diam. Good condition.

Lot: 3351 - ALBERT ROBERT VALENTIEN (OH/CA, 1862-1925) ROOKWOOD POTTERY VASE

Large 1889 Rookwood Red Clay Globular Vase, shape 516, decorated by Albert Robert Valentien, with mahogany glaze and hand painted geranium decoration, craquelure texture, impressed 'RP' with three flames, '516', incised 'ARV/D', and painted marks 'P. 3735' on base, 10 1/2" high, 10" diam. Good condition.

Lot: 3352 - FIGURAL PORCELAIN PEDESTAL JARDINIERE

Finely Crafted Floor Standing Decorative Planter, having a pierced top with applied and painted floral decoration, tapered pedestal surrounded by standing female musician figures, on a square cut corner stepped base with molded and painted floral motifs, with four gilded scroll form feet, unmarked but probably German, 29 1/4" high, 14 1/2" diam. at top. Good condition.

Lot: 3353 - AMERICAN ARTS & CRAFTS POTTERY VASE

Early 20th c. Matte Green Glazed Squatty Vase, probably by Merrimac Pottery (Newburyport, MA, 1897-1908), bulbous form with shaped rim, unmarked base but with separate partial paper label from the Merrimac Ceramic Company, 4" high, 3 1/2" diam. Good condition.

Lot: 3354 - WELLER LOUWELSA VASE BY HESTER PILLSBURY (OH, 20TH C.)

Early 20th c. Weller Louwelsa Art Pottery Vase, tapered cylindrical shape with hand painted floral decoration by Hester Pillsbury, painted HP monogram, base impressed 'Weller' with semi-circular 'Louwelsa' mark above, also impressed K, 11 5/8" high, 4 1/4" diam. Good condition.

Lot: 3355 - CONTINENTAL ART NOUVEAU ENAMELED PANEL

Early 20th c. Cloisonne Enameled Iron Panel, likely French or Belgian, possibly an architectural or furniture adornment, with polychrome decoration of chickens, flowers and greenery, 30 3/4" x 27 3/4". Enamel losses at edges, surface rust to back.

Lot: 3356 - MEISSEN PORCELAIN STANDING LIONESS

Large German White Glazed Porcelain Lion Figure, circa 1930s, designed by sculptor August Gaul (Germany, 1869-1921), modeled by Max Esser, Model A 1054, on a rectangular base, base top edge embossed 'A. Gaul', impressed crossed swords mark and "Weiss" to underside and at one end of base, incised model # on underside, 12 1/4" high, 4 5/8" x 14 1/2" long. Good condition.

Lot: 3357 - SEVRES CHATEAU DE FOUNTAINBLEAU PLATES

(12) 19th c. French Porcelain Salad Plates, having intricately decorated rims with vines and flowers interspersed with birds and animals, three oval medallions with musical motifs, and three diamond-shaped panels with the cipher of Louis-Philippe; gilded star form center and edging; bases stamped with round blue 1840 Sevres mark, red stamped crowned mark of "Chateau de F. Bleau" (Fountainbleau), and green 'S.46' in oval; 8 7/8" diam. Minor gilding losses, otherwise good condition.

Lot: 3358 - SEVRES CHATEAU DE FOUNTAINBLEAU PLATES

(8) 19th c. French Porcelain Dinner Plates, having intricately decorated rims with vines and flowers interspersed with birds and animals, three oval medallions with musical motifs, and three diamond-shaped panels with the cipher of Louis-Philippe; gilded star form center and edging; bases stamped with red stamped crowned mark of "Chateau de F. Bleau" (Fountainbleau), and green 'S.46' in oval, some have the blue 1840 Sevres mark (and some have the maker's mark covered in gold), some are also marked 'France'; 10" diam. Minor gilding losses, otherwise good condition.

Lot: 3359 - FRAMED PORCELAIN PLAQUE SIGNED V. GOSSENS

Continental Painted Porcelain Panel, late 19th - early 20th c., with transfer printed and painted image depicting a fisherman greeting his family on shore, signed lower right "V. Gossens", in a gilded and black painted wooden frame with brass plaque printed "Porcelain by V. Gossens", OS: 29 7/8" x 22", SS: 23" x 15 1/4". Line form stain upper right edge (not a crack); over-painted left side frame edge chip.

Lot: 3360 - WEDGWOOD FAIRYLAND LUSTRE HUMMINGBIRD BOWL

Circa 1920 English Octagonal Bowl, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, exterior with gilded images of birds in flight on a mottled cobalt lustre ground, interior with flying geese rim and centered with gilded hummingbird on an orange lustre ground, base stamped with gold printed Portland vase Wedgwood mark, 2 3/4" high, 4 3/4" diam. Good condition.

Lot: 3361 - BRONZE MOUNTED GLASS COCKATIEL JAR

Standing Bird Form Blue Crackle Glass Jar, with gilded hinged lid and feet, unmarked, 9 1/4" high, 4" x 3 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3362 - PR OF GILDED BRONZE TAZZAS ON MARBLE BASE

(2) Matching gilded bronze tazzas on turned columns, white marble base with octagonal foot. 8 1/2" x 7" x 6". Minor wear to gilded finish. One screw on top has been replaced.

Lot: 3363 - LARGE BLUE GLASS APOTHECARY JAR LABELED "COCAINE"

Broad-mouthed Cobalt Jar with black on gilt label having a red underline, 15 1/2" x 9". Fine condition.

Lot: 3364 - HAND PAINTED ADVERTISING SIGN: "LITTLE SILVER STATION - JERSEY CENTRAL RR"

Tombstone top, molded edge sign with inset slate chalkboard, faux grained with black frame, gold pinstriping, inscribed "Little Silver Station, Jersey Central Lines: Cocktail Lounge, Guinness on Tap; Jersey Central R.R., Open from 5 till late". 49" x 34". Minor flaking.

Lot: 3365 - MEDIUM BLUE GLASS APOTHECARY JAR LABELED "COCAINE"

Broad-mouthed Cobalt Jar with flared rim, having black on gilt label having a red underline, 7 3/4" x 8 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3366 - HAND PAINTED ADVERTISING SIGN "TOWN END HATS"

Gilt Lettering on solid mahogany panel, with black and gold molded frame, having an applied dove grey top hat, inscribed "Thos. Townsend & Company, Estd. 1778; Hat, Cap and Umbrella Manufacturers including our renowned Felt and Pith Helmets for Tropical Climates, 110 Oxford St., London". 48" x 22". Good condition.

Lot: 3367 - CARVED GILTWOOD TABLE FISH, OVERSIZED

Replica Ornamental Cod Fish in carved and gilt pine, depicted with tail raised and mouth agape, having two built-in pulleys, 18" x 42" x 16". Repaired ventral fin.

Lot: 3368 - CUSTOM TRADE SIGN CARVED BY MASTER SIGN CARVER CHUCK DORR, OF ROCKPORT, MAINE, WITH 24K GOLD LEAF

Oval Wall Mount Sign with a gold quill resting on an open book, "Simoneaux, Norton, Masters & Alex: Certified Public Accountants". 28" x 54" x 6". Good condition. The business was on the Main St. of Rockland, Maine.

Lot: 3369 - GROUP OF (3) 19TH C. CHINESE WALKING STICKS/CANES

Including: British Colonial Canton Rosewood Cane with silver wire inlay, tapered hooked tip, the silver in fine scrollwork patterns with a single solid ring, 35 1/2"; PLUS Tapered Rosewood Walking Stick with alabaster knobbed top, 35 1/2"; PLUS Plain Tapered Rosewood, un-decorated, (more for defense), 34", all in good condition.

Lot: 3370 - (13) ANTIQUE WALKING STICKS

Including: Wooden stick topped with carved standing woman in a rabbit costume, 34 1/4" long; President Benjamin Harrison campaign figural cane, with white metal top, badge affixed below marked 'Pat'd Sept. 27, 1887', 34 1/2" long; Natural form wooden stick topped with carved alligator, 35 3/4" long; Bamboo stick topped with carved horn bird head, inset glass eyes, 34 1/2" high; Carved bamboo stick with carved alligator top, 33 3/4" long; Whale vertebrae cane with carved monkey top, 34" long, bent shaft, cracked bone; Whale bone cane with carved faceted die form top, 30 1/2" long; Cane with curved horn top, sterling collar, 33 1/2" long; Mexican carved wooden walking stick, with incised bird and figural decoration, 36 1/4" long; (2) Ivory ball top canes, 32 3/4" and 35 1/2" long; Bamboo walking stick with figural carved horn top, 35 1/4" long, top detached from shaft; and Bamboo cane with carved ivory top, 35" long, cracked shaft. Surface wear.

Lot: 3371 - (2) EDWARDIAN WALKING STICKS

Including: Sterling silver mounted whale's tooth topped ebony stick, hallmarked London 1903 by Swaine & Adeney Ltd., 34 3/4" long; and Boar tusk and vertebrae topped burlwood stick, silver mounted with elephant head tip with amethyst eyes, unmarked, 34 1/2" long. Minor surface wear.

Lot: 3372 - (3) WALKING STICKS

Including: Stick topped with a carved dog head, with sterling silver mount marked '9 23' and with 'JTP' monogram, 30 1/4" long, small chips to dog ears; Stick with fancy gold plated top and RD monogram, pyrography textured shaft, 34 1/2" long; and Horn topped cane, having a pierced silver collar with cherubs and unmonogrammed central cartouche, 34 1/2" long, surface wear and finish losses.

Lot: 3373 - (2) VICTORIAN WALKING STICKS

Lot of (2) 19th c. Walking Sticks, incl: Ebonized wooden stick with gold filled fancy knob top with foliate decoration, engraved 'John F. Hurley, Jan. 1st '88', 35" long; and Ebonized wooden cane, sterling silver L-shaped handle with niello scrolled decoration, tip with engraved 'Z', 35 1/2" long. Both with surface wear commensurate with age and use.

Lot: 3374 - FOLK ART CARVED WALKING STICK HANDLE

19th c. Carved Ivory Top, depicting a hand holding a ball or sphere, with attached screw, 4 1/4" long (5" including screw), 2" wide. Shrinkage cracks.

Lot: 3375 - HUBLEY FISH CAST IRON DOUBLE FOOTMEN DOORSTOP

Circa 1930 Painted Cast Iron Figural Doorstop by Hubley and designer Anne Fish, depicting two English footmen at attention, stamped "FISH" with copyright mark to front of base, and impressed '248' to backside, original painted surface, 12" high, 8 1/2" x 2". Minor paint losses.

Lot: 3376 - A.M. GREENBLATT STUDIOS "PUP WITH DUCK" DOORSTOP

Cast Iron Doorstop by A.M. Greenblatt Studios, Boston, #11, copyright 1924, original painted surface, 9 3/4" high, 8 1/2" x 2 3/8". Paint losses

Lot: 3377 - ALBANY FOUNDRY BOY WITH TEDDY BEAR DOORSTOP

Early 20th c. Cast Iron Figural Doorstop, by Albany Foundry Co. (Albany, NY), c. 1925, depicting a standing child holding a teddy bear, original painted surface, 5 1/2" high, 3 1/4" x 2 7/8". Paint losses.

Lot: 3378 - CAST IRON MOSLER OFFICE SAFE

Circa 1900 Safe by The Mosler Safe Co., on wheels, black surface with gold painted 'J.D. Hallenback', 'The Mosler Safe Co.', and 'New York' on door, with combination, 22 1/2" high, 15 1/2" x 16". Paint losses and surface wear.

Lot: 3379 - LEADER SEWING MACHINE

Late 19th c. Stenciled Iron Sewing Machine, from the Leader Sewing Machine Company (Cleveland, OH, c. 1870-1899), with crank handle, marked 'Leader' and 'Made in USA', comes with pages from original instruction manual (toned and with losses), 12 3/4" high, 16" x 7 1/2". Surface wear, and minor paint losses, minor surface rust.

Lot: 3380 - MINIATURE CHEST WITH SHELL COLLECTION

Four-Drawer Walnut Collector's Cabinet, each drawer with glass insert and organized group of approx. 145 specimen Florida land snails, many identified, 12" high, 12" x 8 3/4". Minor surface wear.

Lot: 3381 - SIX VOLUME SET STEREOVIEW CARDS OF WWI BY UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD FOR KEYSTONE

Six-volume set of Keystone "World War through the Stereoscope", 300 real photo card set in three double-book form cases. Arched-top photos on curved cards. With accompanying 442 page book having folding map at back and a simple oak and tin hand-held viewer. Good condition, bindings slightly worn, book spine cover off from front hinge, contents clean. In two trays.

Lot: 3382 - 1941-46 "SILVER ROOK" TROPHY

"Emblem of the New England Chess Championship, Donated by Robert H.W. Welch, Jr.", (actually in pewter), with the names of the six winners engraved at the top: Milton Kagan, Weaver W. Adams, Anthony B. Santasiere, Joseph A. Fliegel & Robert Byrne. 20" x 11 1/2" diam. The trophy is not attached to the black base. Multiple dings and scratches.

Lot: 3383 - ROYAL NAVY WWI SILHOUETTE RECOGNITION KIT, PATCHES, A CAP, MEDAL RIBBONS, BUTTON SETS, (3) BOOKS

Including: "HMS LOWKO: Navies of the World, Registered Design, The Grand Fleet, Box No. 191, Made in England", lead ship recognition models, in 14" x 33 1/2" x 2 11/4"; PLUS 'HMS' Cap with no ship name on ribbon, size 6 5/8"; PLUS (2) Sets Gilt Brass Royal Navy Buttons; PLUS (9) Rolls of Ribbon for Medals (no medals); PLUS Buff Webb Belt with brass fixtures; PLUS (8) Blue on White Summer Ratings Patches; PLUS (9) Red on Blue Ratings Patches; PLUS (8) Gold on Blue Unit Patches; PLUS (4) Bullion Crowns; PLUS Jan 1919 Synod Hall, Edinburgh for film "Surrender of the German Fleet"; PLUS (3) Books: "Warship Identification" by Talbot-Booth and Greenman, Ian Allan, London, 1971; "Warships of World War I" by LeFleming, Ian Allan Ltd, London, ca. 1965; "All the World's Fighting Fleets" by Talbo-Booth, London, Sampson, Low, Marston & Co. Ltd., circa 1938.

Lot: 3384 - (3) HAND FORGED 19TH C. OR EARLIER OVERSIZED JAIL OR CASTLE KEEP KEYS, ONE IS A NOVELTY

Ranging in size from 8 1/2" to 6 1/4", each of a different pattern, the largest having a central articulated rod that turns half the paddle with a thumbscrew at the end. Varying degrees of corrosion.

Lot: 3385 - (5) 35 MM CAMERA LENSES IN SHOULDER BAG

Including: Nikon NIKKOR 50 mm 1:1.8 s/n 3265384, in case; PLUS Nikon NIKKOR 35mm 1:2.8, s/n 374048, in case; PLUS TAMRON SP, 28-80mm, 1:3-4.2 CF MACRO 75-30 degree BBAR MC s/n 513093; PLUS TAMRON, 28-70mm, 1:3.5-4.5 CF MACRO 75-34 degree BBAR MC s/n 696715; PLUS Tokins 80-200mm 1:4.5, s/n 8633508. Very good condition. In Tenba bag.

Lot: 3386 - LEICA LEITZ 35MM CAMERA WITH ACCESSORIES

Leica Leitz IIIf s/n 790204 (mfg 1955), with a screw mount Leitz Wetzlar Summarit f=5cm1:1.5 lens nr. 1298813 with cap and leather case & strap; PLUS Leitz Wetzlar Hektor (S-chrome) mfg 1966; f:13.5 cm 1:45 Nr. 1347711 lens in case with cap; PLUS Leitz Wetzlar Summaron f=3.5cm 1.35 s/n 1283816, (M) mfg 1955, in case; PLUS Retina-Curtar-Xenon red C f:5,6/35mm Schneider-Kreuznach s/n 5044251 in case; PLUS Leitz Wetzlar UVa filter in case. PLUS in the original brown leather accessories case: Leitz Wetzlar VIOOH 3.5-13.5 Multi-Viewfinder, s/n 84878; PLUS Leitx folding flash unit; PLUS (4) filters; PLUS Summarit Hiid & Elmar Hood, PLUS Leitz bulk film cannister; PLUS (7) Booklets; PLUS (5) original red boxes.

Lot: 3387 - ZINC PELICAN GARDEN STATUE, CIRCA 1920

Full-round Figure, cement filled, depicted with beak down at chest, roughly 19 1/2" x 12" x 7". Weathered, nice patina.

Lot: 3388 - VICTORIAN CAST IRON GARDEN BENCH

Ornate Two-Seater Bench in old white paint, having a square back with palmette crest, scrolled leaf rail, five-panel back with alternating leaf and blossom design, scrolled arms, pierced gothic lattice seat, branch form legs with pad feet, arched side stretchers, 17" seat, 22" arms, 37" back, 34" x 24". Some rust.

Lot: 3389 - CATTAIL SCULPTURE

Floor Standing Iron Sculpture, with black surface, set in a rectangular metal base, unsigned, 67 1/2" high, base is 12" x 18" x 1" thick. Surface rust.

Lot: 3390 - PR IRON FLOOR STANDING CANDELABRA

Pair of Circa 1900 Wrought Iron Pricket Form Two-Tier Candelabra, each with seventeen lights (nine on top tier, eight on lower tier), each with scroll decorated arms, lily pad form drip pans, twist stem, and scroll form base, 73" high, 28" diam. Surface rust.

Lot: 3391 - BRONZE GARDEN FROG FOUNTAIN

Unmarked Aquascape of Frogs Cavorting on a Stalk of Water Lilies, two large and two small frogs, the water sprays from the stamen of the lotus blossom, roughly 17" x 13" x 10". Good condition, verdigris patina.

Lot: 3392 - PR OF FRENCH WIRE PLANT STANDS

Black Painted Crimped Wire Pair of Atrium Stands having single pot crown pedestal at one end, two graduated horseshoe shaped crenellated shelves below around decorative stepped center, the two legs on the round ends with sunray brackets, roughly 54" x 36" x 24" each. Good condition with minor corrosion, sturdy.

Lot: 3393 - (2 PC) LEAD GARDEN PUTTO WITH SEPARATE LEAD BASIN

Early 20th c. (2) Piece Cast Lead Garden Sculpture, depicting a smiling, nude wingless cupid pouring from a vessel, once tubed as a fountain (now sealed), 18 3/4" high, 13" x 9 1/2", surface wear; plus basin, 8" high, 19" x 15 1/2", side repairs.

Lot: 3394 - TROY-BILT STORM 2660 SNOWBLOWER

A Troy-Bilt 2-stage 26" snowblower with 208cc engine and pull-cord start. Features include self-propelled drive with 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds, adjustable extended chute, in-dash headlight, and adjustable polymer skids. Includes all original paperwork including manuals and product registration card. Like new condition.

Lot: 3395 - (4) TEAK FOLDING CHAIRS

Set of (4) Vintage Indoor-Outdoor Chairs, with vertical slat design, open: 38" high, 19 5/8" x 23". Surface wear; two have greyed/weathered surface.

Lot: 3396 - PR OF BRONZE ASIAN THEMED SPHERICAL OUTDOOR WALL-MOUNT ELECTRIC LIGHTS

Pierced Spheres decorated with Irises in relief, having scattered touches of cloisonne, cylindrical interior milk glass sleeve (one broken), 12" spheres, 18" suspension arms. Great verdigris patina.

Lot: 3397 - 19TH C. BIG GAME THEMED INLAID TILT TOP LAMP STAND

Shaped Molded Top Mahogany with Hunting Theme of Deer or Elk in four cartouches around a larger central image, all rendered in inked boxwood, with other exotic woods creating a delicate surround of floral vines, having a conforming molded skirt (some areas missing), tilt top with wooden slide lock, raised on leaf and blossom urn form pedestal resting on well carved tripod ending in back-scrolled feet, 28 1/2" x 29 1/2" x 21". Some loss, needs refinishing.

Lot: 3398 - VIGGO JASTRAU (DENMARK, 1857-1946)

Copenhagen Waterfront Warehouse, seen possibly from the elevation of a bridge (now the Admiral Hotel), watercolor and pastel on paper, signed lower center and dated 1914, in gilt molded frame with palmettes, under old glass, OS: 28 1/4" x 23 3/4", SS: 23" x 18 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3399 - BRITISH MAHOGANY PORTABLE DESK BOX

Brass Bound Box with typical interior slant surface having wine leather writing surface with storage compartments underneath, lock with brass escutcheon (and key), bottle and pen compartments (need reassembly, all parts present). Engraved brass plate "Thomas Sproule". 6" x 20" x 10" box, shrinkage cracks; with custom stand in mahogany, 12" tall.

Lot: 3400 - ROY NOCKOLDS (UK, 1911-1979)

Spaniel Flushing a Pheasant, oil on linen, signed lower left, in carved matched corner gold frame, OS: 29 1/2" x 41 1/2", SS: 23 1/2" x 35 1/2". Good condition, one chip to frame.

Lot: 3401 - CIRCA 1900 MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID LOUIS XIV STYLE CENTER TABLE

Figured Mahogany Molded Turtle Top with complex inlay of boxwood and mother-of-pearl, no drawer, conforming skirt with shaped edge and matching inlay, raised on delicate cabriole legs having gilt ormulu classical portrait mounts, 30 1/4" x 26" x 40 1/2". Scratches, minor losses to inlay, needs refinishing.

Lot: 3402 - PIERRE BOMPARD (FRENCH, 1890-1962)

French Riviera, oil on canvas of the shoreline seen laterally in a wintery morning light, signed lower left, in fatigued gold frame with white liner. SS: 12" x 23", OS: 17" x 28 1/2". Rippled.

Lot: 3403 - TROMPE L'OEIL PAINTED TWO-PART BOMBE SECRETARY BY JOHN R. HUNT (LATE 20TH C. UK)

Completely painted with faux wood graining as a ground for collected trompe l'oeil objects, oil painting, signed by the artist on the side of the lower cabinet. The upper case has a molded split arch crown, the single door over two shelves (also fully grain-painted), having a map of Scandinavia on the interior of the door. The face of the cupboard is painted with books, a flute, sheet music, a brass candlestick, a blue and white vase of flowers, a smoking pipe and match holder, an alarm clock suspended from a ribbon and a small portrait of Lincoln. The sides feature a canteen and a powder horn. The lower case with slant front over three serpentine drawers resting on a molded bracket base. The slant is painted with an imitation of the actual fitted interior of drawers, having a small portrait of Washington, books with a pair of 19th c. eyeglasses, percussion pistol and pewter powder flask; playing card (three of hearts) and fireplace bellows on the right side, horseshoe and letter signed by the artist with the address of "John Hunt, 15 Winthrop Ave, New Haven, Conn". Drawer fronts have a faux lock and key (real keys to door and slant included); and an early Cincinnati, Ohio newspaper. The ledge top of the serpentine front (which supports the slant front when open) has a real overpainted stamp, the writing surface features an piece of obsolete American $5 currency, along with three wood stick matches (two are burnt). 28" to the working surface, 83" tall (6'-11") x 31" x 21". Fine condition.

Lot: 3404 - KARL THEODOR BOEHME (GERMANY, 1866-1939)

"Lago S. Donato, Tenerife" , oil on canvas, signed and titled lower right, in tan painted matched corner gesso frame, OS: 23" x 28", SS: 17" x 21". Good condition.

Lot: 3405 - FRENCH GILT BRONZE & PALE GREY MARBLE GUERIDON

Pedestal Table, Louis XVI Style, circa 1880, typically meant to hold a candelabrum, this example with neoclassical inspiration, the round marble top having a reticulated gallery, supported by scrolls ending in blossoms, having acorn pendants, the intermediate feature of floral swags, set on scroll foot acanthus leaf decorated tripod base. Rests on a matching molded marble base with urn feet, 26 1/2" x 12 3/4" diam. Good condition.

Lot: 3406 - AUGUSTE (JULES MARIE) LEROUX (FRANCE, 1871-1954)

The Flamenco Dancer at a Mirror, oil on wood, unsigned but with his estate stamp lower left; PLUS another painting verso of a nude woman seated on a bed, marked '091 NOV' lower left, in mahogany and gold molded frame with linen liner, OS: 14" x 12", SS: 9" x 7". Good condition.

Lot: 3407 - LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED FOLDING SCREEN

Late 19th c. Wood & Fabric Three-Panel Floor Standing Screen, having an intricately carved walnut frame with cornucopia, ribbons and bows, and with green silk damask fabric behind openwork carving, center panel fitted with oval mirror with floral swag carved surround, 66 1/2" high, side panels: 15" wide, central panel: 18 1/4" wide. Good condition.

Lot: 3408 - LOUIS COUTRAUX (FRANCE/RUMANIA, 1923 - )

Continental Village Street Scene of an overcast morning view down a village lane punctuated by two saplings and rhythmic windows, oil on linen, signed lower right, bio of artist verso from Daniel Rees, Fine Art Dealer, Jackson, Michigan. Housed in a gold gesso French Impressionist frame, OS: 29 1/2" x 45 1/2", SS: 23 1/2" x 35 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3409 - (SET OF 6) CUSTOM FRENCH PROVINCIAL RUSH SEATED AND UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIRS BY BAKER FURNITURE

White Painted Frame with blue cotton upholstered half length back having arched top, shallow wings resting on top of the open arms, turned armrests and legs ending in urn feet, with loose foam seat cushions, 17" seat, 25" arms, 40" back, 25" x 27". Some slightly loose arms. Baker brass tags on the underside of the frames.

Lot: 3410 - GUGLIELMO INNOCENTI (ITALY, 1871-1961)

"The Coquette", oil on copper, unsigned, depicting a dimuative man imploring a buxom tavern maiden, housed in a handsome original scrafitto gilt frame, OS: 15 1/2" x 13 1/4", SS: 10" x 7 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3411 - THONET CANED BENTWOOD ROCKER

Bent Mahogany Frame with caned tall lozenge shaped back and seat, scrollwork arms, long runners, marked on the back of the seat frame, 20" seat, 26" arms, 40" back, 20 1/2" x 41". Minor wear.

Lot: 3412 - OSVALD RASMUSSEN (DENMARK, 1885-1972)

Cottages with Chickens, oil on canvas, signed lower right, depicting a late spring view of two cottages with thatched roofs, chickens in the foreground, a windmill in the distance beneath scudding cumulus clouds, in a molded and gilded wooden frame, OS: 31 3/8" x 43 1/4", SS: 25 3/4" x 37 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3413 - BURLWOOD DROP LEAF TABLE

English Rectangular Table, with burl veneered surface and crossbanding, each side with double swing leg supports, set on turned legs with central stretcher base, set on ball form feet with casters, 29" high, 32" x 6" (closed), 20 1/2" leaves. Sunstruck top, veneer losses and lifts, top scratches and stains.

Lot: 3414 - REGINALD ST. CLAIR MARSTON (UK, 1886-1943)

"View of Ben Nevis", oil on canvas, signed verso, numbered 8187, title from consignor, housed in an Impressionist matched corner tan painted frame with areas of gesso loss, OS: 33 1/2" x 29", SS: 26" x 21 1/2". Good condition. Ben Nevis is the tallest mountain in the UK, located in Scotland, above Fort William, southwest of Inverness (HIGHLANDS).

Lot: 3415 - ANTAL NEOGRADY (HUNGARY, 1861-1942)

Woman with Geese Passing an Old Mill, oil on canvas, signed lower right, in modern fancy reticulated gold frame, OS: 34 1/2" x 46 1/2", SS: 26 1/2" x 39". One repaired puncture.

Lot: 3416 - TREVOR CHAMBERLAIN (UK, 1933 -)

"Over the Rooftops", oil on canvas, signed and titled verso, along with the artist's Hertford, Herts address. In a molded mahogany frame with linen and gold liner, OS: 20 1/2" x 24 1/2", SS: 15 1/2" x 19 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3417 - AFTER EDWIN HENRY LANDSEER (UK, 1802-1873)

"The Ptarmigan Hill", engraved by Thomas Landseer, printed by Holgate Bros., London. Monumental stipple engraving of Two Hounds and Alpine grouses in a craggy landscape, in oak panel frame with gilt liner, glazed, OS: 37 1/2" x 50", SS: 21" x 35", good condition.

Lot: 3418 - (15) ORIGINAL BRITISH WATERCOLORS & DRAWINGS CIRCA 1830-45, DEPICTING SEASHELLS, BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES & FLOWERS

Including: watercolor Group of Summer Blossoms, 4 1/2" x 5 1/2"; PLUS watercolor Butterfly with Grass, marked "Grailing", 7" x 5"; PLUS watercolor Single Butterflies on individual cards, roughly 2 1/2 square each; PLUS (5) watercolor Single Birds on individual cards, 2 1/2" x 3" to 3" x 4 1/2", stains; PLUS (6) watercolor Seashells, 1 1/2" x 2" to 2 1/2" x 4", toned.

Lot: 3419 - (5) ORIGINAL WATERCOLORS & DRAWINGS CIRCA 1830-45, PLUS (1) ENGRAVING,DEPICTING HISTORIC EVENTS

Including: Watercolor Plan View of "The New Strand Subscription Theatre, May 1832, RB Schnebblie", 8 3/4" x 6 1/4"; PLUS ink drawing of a Brougham Carriage design "Bought of W. Jones, Coach Builder & Harness Maker to His Royal Highness, the Duke of Sussex, Above Bar, Southampton, inscribed at top "W. McAdam, Esqr. Bath, Decr. 1837, 5" x 8", toned; PLUS Old Master ink drawing of an Angel Upbraiding a Woman in the courtyard of a mansion, 2 3/4" x 4"; PLUS ink drawing of a Napoleonic French Cavalry Officer on foot, marked "Dismounted", 4 3/4" x 3"; PLUS Miniature calligraphy "Affection", three stanzas in tiny cribbed hand, 2 1/4" diam.; PLUS Engraved label from C.W. Coard, Heraldic, Cap, Ornamental and General Engraver, 13 Warwick Court, Gray's Inn, London, Plain, waved tints & Water for Maps ruled", 2 1/2" x 3 1/2", inked verso "Turkish Caique for Dear Gatico ?, May, 1865".

Lot: 3420 - (7) ORIGINAL WATERCOLORS & DRAWINGS CIRCA 1830-45, DEPICTING HISTORIC BUILDINGS, LANDSCAPES

Including: graphite "Chapel at Worthing", inscribed verso "Belonged to Miss Tylney Long of Madehurst Lodge & probably drawn by her", 5 3/4" x 6"; PLUS graphite Woodland Road on paper with pre-embossed border, 7" x 8"; PLUS graphite Country Cottage on River, inscribed on mount "by Hamilton", 4" x 4 3/4", toned; PLUS ink English Country Manor inscribed "Hill Ash", 3" x 5 3/8", light stains; PLUS watercolor of Manor Home, 4" x 6", toned; PLUS ink drawing "Capel", 2" x 3", toned; PLUS watercolor Coastal Scene with two fishermen, marked on back "July 16th, '35", 2" x 3", good condition.

Lot: 3421 - MORGAN DENNIS (NY/CA/FL/MA, 1892-1960)

(4) Portraits of Scottie Wire Haired Terriers etchings in one frame, each signed in plate and pencil signed, in separate mats, mounted on board under glass, in mahogany stick frame, OS: 21 1/4" 15 1/4", impressions: 5" x 3 1/2" each. Toned.

Lot: 3422 - DAVID FRASIER DRIESBACH (IL/WI, 1922-2019)

"The First One I Ever Made", color etching , pencil signed and titled, a pseudo-One Dollar bill, with a portrait of the artist instead of Washington, his wife Doris signing as Secretary of the Treasury, with label from the 160th Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in 1965. Unframed, matted, tipped in by hinges, OS: 14 1/2" x 19", impression: 3 1/2" x 8". Good condition.

Lot: 3423 - SEARS GALLAGHER (MA, 1869-1955)

"The Paul Revere House, Boston", etching on paper, pencil signed, in a gilt stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 14" x 11 1/2", impression: 6 5/8" x 4 1/2". Edge toned.

Lot: 3424 - JAMES WELLS CHAMPNEY (NY/MA, 1843-1903)

Woman in Bathing Costume on Beach, drypoint on buff paper, in gilt ribbed stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 8 1/4" x 7 1/4", SS: 4 1/2" x 3 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3425 - LUIGI LUCIONI (NJ/NY/VT/ITALY, 1900-1988)

"The Nestled Barns", etching on paper, pencil signed, an un-numbered but limited edition for Associated American Artists, unframed, in the original paper mat with printed caption tag, sheet size: 13" x 16", impression: 8 3/4" x 11 7/8". Lightly toned.

Lot: 3426 - ROCKWELL KENT (NY, 1882-1971)

"Eskimo Mother and Child", lithograph, 1937, pencil signed, in modern black box frame, matted and glazed, OS: 18" x 22", image: 9 1/2" x 13", fine condition, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3427 - EDWARD ARTHUR WILSON (NY/MA, 1886-1970)

"The Propeller", lithograph, pencil signed, 1941, edition of 200, in modern black box frame, matted and glazed, OS: 17" x 21", image: 9" x 12 3/4", fine condition, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3428 - FRANK WESTON BENSON (MA, 1862-1951)

Five Canada Geese in Flight, drypoint on paper, pencil signed, not numbered, in black stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 18" x 23", impression 10" x 15". Good condition.

Lot: 3429 - WILL BARNETT (PA/CA, 1918-1992)

"August", black and white aquatint etching, circa 1979, portrait of a young mother in a straw hat, pencil signed and titled, label verso from the 'Talent Tree Gallery of Augusta, Maine', in silver molded frame, matted and glazed, OS: 19" x 15 1/2", SS: 10 3/4" x 8 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3430 - JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER (UK/MA/FRANCE, 1834-1903)

"Portrait of Drouet", drypoint of the French sculptor Charles Drouet (1836-1908), signed and titled in plate and dated 1859, second state, in a mahogany and gold stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 17 1/4" x 13 3/4", impression: 8 7/8" x 5 7/8". Edge toned, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3431 - LEONARD BASKIN (MA/NY, 1922-2000)

Screaming Man with Crow, woodcut on paper, tombstone format, pencil signed, indicated as artist's proof, in off-white box frame, floated on board and glazed, OS: 23" x 17", sheet size: 19 1/2" x 13 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3432 - LEONARD BASKIN (MA/NY, 1922-2000)

Big Shouldered Green Crow, etching on paper, pencil signed, numbered 15/25, in off-white box frame, floated on board and glazed, OS: 34" x 26", sheet size: 30" x 22", impression: 23 1/2" x 17 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3433 - LEONARD BASKIN (MA/NY, 1922-2000)

Horned Owl, Black and Red, etching on paper, printed a la poupee, signed and dated 1990 in plate, pencil signed, numbered 34/50, in off-white box frame, floated on board and glazed, OS: 23" x 27", sheet size: 20" x 24", impression: 11 3/4" x 17 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3434 - LEONARD BASKIN (MA/NY, 1922-2000)

"The Day Owl", etching on paper, signed and dated 1990 in plate, pencil signed, marked as artist's proof, inscribed "for Phil F. from Leonard", in off-white box frame, matted and glazed, OS: 25" x 32", impression: 17 1/2" x 23 1/2". Fine condition.

Lot: 3435 - ROBERT KIPNESS (NY, 1931 - ) FRAMED PRINT & BOOK

Tree/Grass; black & white mezzotint, pencil signed and marked as the artist's "bon a tirer" proof, in black box frame, floated over white board under glass, OS: 16 3/4" x 15 3/4", sheet size: 14 3/4" x 13 3/4". Very good condition. Includes an inscribed and signed copy of book "Robert Kipness, a working artist's life" by Robert Kipness, University Press of New England, Hanover & London, 2011.

Lot: 3436 - STOW WENGENROTH (NY/MA, 1906-1978)

"Manhattan Gateway, (Brooklyn Bridge, Night)", stone lithograph on paper, pencil signed and marked 'Ed/60', in gold molded frame, green mat, glazed, OS: 20 1/2" x 24 1/2", impression: 9 1/2" x 18". Edge toned, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3437 - STOW WENGENROTH (NY/MA, 1906-1978)

"The Fog Bell" (Marshall Point Lighthouse, Port Clyde, Maine), 1954, stone lithograph, pencil signed, edition of 60, housed in barnwood mitered frame, OS: 16 1/2" x 22", impression: 10" x 15 3/4". Toned, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3438 - STOW WENGENROTH (NY/MA, 1906-1978)

"Home Port", depicting fishing boats in dry dock, stone lithograph, November 1936, preliminary drawing done in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Edition of 60. In mahogany panel frame, matted and glazed, OS: 14 3/4" x 19 3/4", impression: 8 1/4" x 13 1/2". Edge toned, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3439 - STOW WENGENROTH (NY/MA, 1906-1978)

"Shipyard (Gloucester Harbor)", 1935, stone lithograph, signed lower right, edition of 60, with inscription "To Carl Kamphausen, from Stow Wengenroth", in birdseye ogee frame, matted and glazed, OS: 18 1/4" x 24 1/4", impression: 8" x 15 1/4". Toned, lightly rippled, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3440 - STOW WENGENROTH (NY/MA, 1906-1978)

Stormy Sea Viewed from Granite Maine Coast, stone lithograph, pencil signed, edition of 65, in black and gold stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 17 3/4" x 23 1/2", impression: 9 3/4" x 16". Toned, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3441 - STOW WENGENROTH (NY/MA, 1906-1978)

"Quiet Day", 1939, stone lithograph, signed lower right, edition of 50, with inscription "To Hetty with best wishes, from Stow Wengenroth", in birdseye ogee frame, matted and glazed, OS: 18 1/4" x 24 1/4", impression: 8" x 15 1/4". Toned, lightly rippled, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3442 - STOW WENGENROTH (NY/MA, 1906-1978)

Lobster Shanties, lithograph on paper, signed and indicated as artist's proof, in black stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 17" x 23", SS: 10 1/4" x 16 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3443 - ISABELLE S. WENGENROTH (NY/OH, 1875-1962)

"Distant Great South Bay", watercolor on paper, signed lower left, titled verso on vintage tag from a "Pen and Brush" show at 18 East 10th Street, New York, in a teak stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 14 3/4" x 18 3/4", SS: 7" x 11". Good condition.

Lot: 3444 - ISABELLE S. WENGENROTH (NY/OH, 1875-1962)

Still Life of Pink Roses with Cinnabar Box and Silver Pitcher, signed lower right, inscribed lower left "With Love to Hetty", in a vintage lemon gold molded cove frame, glazed, OS: 24" x 20 1/2", SS: 21" x 17 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3445 - RARE LIMITED EDITION PORTFOLIO 9/500 OF LITHOGRAPHS BY ANDRE VERDET (FRANCE, 1913-2004)

"Andre Verdet: Fragments d'une Memoire d'Exil" (Fragments of a Memory of Exile). CA : Editions du Trouvere, 1992. Book. Illus. by Latana. With cover print by Lantana numbered 9/26. Clamshell case. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Portfolio is 34 unbound sheets 29 x 40.5 centimeters with text in a handmade tray case of Japanese cloth.

Lot: 3446 - SALVADOR DALI (FRANCE/SPAIN, 1904-1989)

"Autumn" sanguine etching on paper, signed in print lower right, circa 1970, (Albert Field 70-2), in gold slat frame, matted and glazed, OS: 19 1/4" x 15 1/4", plate impression: 10 1/2" x 7 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3447 - WILLIAM LEE HANKEY (UK, 1869-1952)

"Sympathy", drypoint, signed and with artist's blind stamp in the lower margin, in gold stick molded frame, matted and glazed, OS: 15" x 16 1/2", plate size: 6 3/8" x 8 1/4". Fine condition.

Lot: 3448 - EDMUND BLAMPIED (UK, 1886-1966)

"Market Argument", drypoint on paper, signed in plate and dated 1929 at top, pencil signed, numbered 86/100 in lower margin, in black stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 20" x 16 1/2", impression: 10 1/2" x 10 1/2". Toned. Original label verso from J. Assenheim & Son of 37 New Street, NY. Plus note from owner indicating he purchased this for $60 on 12/8/30 as well as bill of sale from J. Assenheim & Son corroborating.

Lot: 3449 - LOUIS ICART (NY/FRANCE, 1888-1950)

Woman with a Pair of Doves, color aquatint etching on paper, pencil signed and numbered 261, marked upper right "Copyright 1926 by les Graveurs Modernes, 194 Rue de Rivoli, Paris", in gold painted stick frame with black eglomise mat, OS: 15" x 15", SS: 10 1/4" x 10 1/2".

Lot: 3450 - JEAN-FRANCOIS MILLET (FRANCE, 1814-1875)

"Lo Coseuse" or "A Woman Sewing", 1855-56, etching on paper, first state, KM 101.511, unsigned, inscribed in margin "To Anna Parsons, Barbizon, le 2 Juillet, 1897, F.M. Chesterfield", in gold stick frame, no mat, glazed, OS: 11 1/4" x 9", impression: 4 1/8" x 2 7/8". Good condition, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3451 - JEAN-FRANCOIS MILLET (FRANCE, 1814-1875)

"Man Leaning on Spade", sepia etching, unsigned, in half round gold frame French-ruled mat, glazed, OS: 10 1/2" x 9", impression: 2 5/8" x 3 3/8". Good condition, not examined out of frame.

Lot: 3452 - JACQUES CALLOT (ITALY/FRANCE, 1592-1635)

La Ronde (The Round Dance), from "Les Caprices" Series A, The Florence Set 1617. Etching on paper, in gold oval gesso frame, matted and glazed, OS: 12 1/2" x 14 1/2", SS: 2 1/8" x 3 1/8". Thread margins, repair lower left edge, light bend upper right edge.

Lot: 3453 - ANDERS LEONARD ZORN (IL/SWEDEN, 1860-1920)

"The Omnibus", etching on paper, pencil signed, in mahogany stick frame, matted and glazed, OS: 20 1/2" x 16", impression: 11" x 7 3/4". Toned. Includes receipt and exchange of letters with Kleeman-Thorman Galleries, Ltd., Five-Seventy-Five Madison Avenue, NY, dated April, 1931.

Lot: 3454 - JEAN MAURICE EUGENE CLEMENT COCTEAU (FRANCE/BELGIUM, 1889-1963)

"L'oreillet de la Provocateur" (The Provocateur's Carnation), marker on paper, signed center right and dated 1962, titled in pencil at bottom edge, depicting a Matador receiving a single blossom, in gold cove frame, matted and glazed, OS: 25 1/2" x 20 1/2", SS: 14" x 9 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3455 - KYFFIN (SIR JOHN) WILLIAMS (UK, 1918-2006)

Female Model Disrobing, graphite and watercolor on paper, initialed "KW", in silver gesso frame, matted and glazed, OS: 21" x 17", SS: 14 1/2" x 11". Light bends.

Lot: 3456 - GUY WILLIAMS (ME/NY, CONTEMPORARY)

Jack-O-Lantern, oil on linen applied to wood panel, signed and dated 2020 lower right, in a black painted wood frame with gilded inner lip, OS" 29 3/4" x 25 3/4", SS: 23 1/4" x 25 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3457 - ELDRED WHEELER TIGER MAPLE CHEST

Hand Crafted Chippendale Style Tall Chest, top with exposed dovetails and applied molded edge, six graduated drawers with brass batwing drop bail pulls, top drawer with fan carved center and Eldred Wheeler label affixed to interior, set on a shaped bracket base, 54" high, 36 5/8" x 19 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3458 - KENT R. WALLIS (UT, 1945 - )

"Summer Shower", oil on canvas, signed lower right, depicting three women window-shopping in a light rainfall beneath a striped awning, titled on old hang tag verso giving an original price of $1,400, in gilt Impressionist matched corner frame with linen liner, OS: 40 3/4" x 34 3/4", SS: 29 3/4" x 23 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3459 - ELDRED WHEELER TIGER MAPLE STAND

Hand Crafted Hepplewhite Style Side Table, single cockbeaded edge drawer with brass pull and mahogany crossbanding, Eldred Wheeler label affixed to interior, set on square tapered legs, 27 1/2" high, 18 3/4" x 17 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3460 - RICHARD ANDREW CHASE (IL/KS, 1892-1985)

"Fresh Snow", oil on masonite, signed lower left, titled on label verso, depicting a snowy valley divided by a curving stream, a bridge crossing and blanketed hills in the distance partially screened by bare trees, in a nice replica gold Arts & Crafts frame, OS: 22 1/2" x 26 1/2", SS: 15 1/2" x 19 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3461 - ELDRED WHEELER SIDE TABLE

Bench Made Queen Anne Style Cherry Stand, with overhanging molded edge top, shaped apron, round tapered legs, and set on pad form feet, maker's label affixed to base, 25" high, 26" x 18 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3462 - BERNARD COREY (MA, 1914-2000)

"Fall Glow", oil on hardboard, unsigned, Certificate of Authenticity verso from Royka's Fine Art and with estate stamps, in gold molded panel frame, OS: 15 1/2" x 21 1/2", SS: 9 1/2" x 15 1/2". Good condition, spots to frame.

Lot: 3463 - ELDRED WHEELER CHERRY STAND

Hepplewhite Style One-Drawer Stand, with overhanging top, cockbeaded edge drawer with birdseye maple inlaid panel and round brass pull, Eldred Wheeler paper label affixed to drawer interior, set on four square tapered legs, 27 1/2" high, 18 3/4" x 17 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3464 - BERNARD COREY (MA, 1914-2000)

"Stone Bridge", oil on canvas, signed lower right, in a gilt deep cove frame, OS: 15" x 19", SS: 9 3/4" x 10 3/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3465 - ELDRED WHEELER CHERRY STAND

Custom Queen Anne Style Side Table, with rectangular molded edge top, single drawer with brass pull, Eldred Wheeler label affixed to drawer interior, shaped apron, set on round tapered legs with pad form feet, 27" high, 26" x 18 1/4". Good condition.

Lot: 3466 - STANLEY WINGATE WOODWARD (1890-1970)

"When the Wind Blows West", oil on canvasboard, signed lower left, depicting whitecaps on a rocky shore, also signed and titled by the artist verso, with an inscription note: "To Dudley Bostwick, with very best wishes, Stanley Woodward". In a dark blue frame with white and gold mat liner, OS: 20 1/2" x 24 1/2", SS: 11 1/2" x 15 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3467 - KING SIZE BED & TRUNDLE BY LEONARDS NEW ENGLAND

Sheraton Style Melon and Chip Carved Four Poster King Size Bed, by Leonards New England (Seekonk, MA), in Spanish cedar, with bulbous melon carved finials, retails for $6,100.00, 65" high, 82" x 87 1/2"; PLUS twin size sideloader maple trundle bed, retails for $2,200.00, 10" high, 39" x 74". Good condition.

Lot: 3468 - J. WINTHROP ANDREWS (MA/NY/BERMUDA, 1879-1964)

"Grafton, Vermont", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on Yonkers Art Association label verso, housed in the original silver leaf molded Newcomb-Macklin frame, OS: 28 1/4" x 34 1/4", SS: 23 1/2" x 29 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3469 - WONDERFUL CUSTOM CHERRY HIGHBOY WITH WYETH ASSOCIATION

Impressive Solid Cherry Two-Part Chippendale Highboy, handmade by D.W. Rockwell, cousin of Andrew Wyeth. Made over the course of about five years, while caretaker of the landmark Olson House that appeared in "Christina's World", with his brand at the back of the top center drawer. The upper cabinet has a tall broken pediment with three flame finials, three drawers at top with center fan, conforming side drawers, over four graduated molded edge drawers, all having butterfly brasses, the lower cabinet has a molded receiver, single shallow drawer over three deeper drawers, the center fan carved, above a shaped skirt with acorn drops, resting on tall cabriole legs ending in Queen Anne feet, 83" x 38" x 21" (at knees). Good condition.

Lot: 3470 - VLADAN STIHA (NM/YUGOSLAVIA/BRAZIL, 1908-1992)

"First Snow in Taos", oil on canvas, signed lower right and on back of canvas, dated 1979, titled on label verso from his Santa Fe studio, depicting a Pueblo family working their way through an arroyo, in gold carved frame with linen liner, 31 1/2" x 37 1/2", SS: 23 1/2" x 29 1/2". Good condition.

Lot: 3471 - JAPANESE MIXED METAL SNUFF BOX

Exquisitely Crafted Meji Period Bronze Drum Form Lidded Box, with gold and silver inlaid flowers and butterflies, inlaid maker's mark on base, 3/4" high, 2 1/4" diam. Interior water stains.

Lot: 3472 - 18TH C JAPANESE IVORY NETSUKE OF A TIGER

Edo Period, unsigned, with bead inset eyes, 1 1/2" long. Very good condition, worn from use.

Lot: 3473 - 17TH C. JAPANESE OKIMONO

Carved Ivory Figure of a Seated Woman, delicate features and draped robe, braided hair, 4 1/4" tall. Missing right hand, shrinkage cracks and yellowing, but still have a dignified presence and wonderful character.

Lot: 3474 - ROSEWOOD DISPLAY CABINET

Chinese Display Case, with glass paneled front doors and sides, mirrored back, Asian door latch, staggered interior shelves, set on a footed base, 38 1/4" high, 27 1/4" x 8 3/4". Crack in left side glass panel.

Lot: 3475 - GRAND TOUR ERA JAPANESE WHALEBONE MOUNTED KATANA SWORD AND SCABBARD

Meiji Period, brass bound having the Toyo clan mon, with bronze tsuba, seven relief decorated sections on the scabbard and two on the handle, all featuring groups of figures all the way around, 23 1/2" blade, 42 1/2" overall. Loss to bone on handle, (unsigned) blade scoured.

Lot: 3476 - LATE EDO JAPANESE GILT POLYCHROMED BUDDHA ALTAR

Tokugawa Shogunate Era (1853-1867) Two-Part Carved Wood Lacquered and Gilt Siddhartha Buddha seated on an ornate lotus throne with fancy octagonal base, the figure of the buddha in gold, with coiffed hair and crown, hands in shunya mudra (heavenly peace), one finger missing, wearing a kashaya robe, lap dished at crossed legs having wear from venerable offering. 25 1/2" tall, 15" wide at base; repairs.

Lot: 3477 - PR OF EARLY 20TH C. JAPANESE PAINTED SCROLLS, FRAMED

A Study of Summer Flower Bouquets & Two Sparrows in an Ancient Pine, both in gouache on silk, signed with seals, in matching black wood faux bamboo frames with linen liner, celadon green mats, under glass, OS: 54 3/4" x 24 3/4", SS: 46" x 15 1/2". Good condition, light rippling.

Lot: 3478 - 19TH C. JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO, SIGNED

Capped Man Selling Fruit, appears animated by apparent twisting motion captured in part by raised foot, flared sleeve, and facial concentration. Signed on underside, 5" tall. Old repairs, separating at arm.

Lot: 3479 - JAPANESE LACQUER LIDDED BOX IN PAULOWNIA TOMBAKO

Finely Crafted Meiji Period Rectangular Lacquer Box, with lift-out tray, exterior with raised images of swimming eels amid sea grasses, with subtle impressions of moving water, black lacquer interior; box is packed inside of a paulownia wood case with Japanese calligraphy to lid exterior, interior with three painted characters and red seal stamp, with attached tie ribbons, 5 1/4" high, 12" x 9 3/4". Base section top rim chip near one corner, interior tray rim deformation at one corner.

Lot: 3480 - JAPANESE BRONZE BOWL

Meiji Period Bronze Footed Bowl, in the form of a lotus flower supported by three standing frogs, 3 3/4" high, 5" diam. Interior wear.

Lot: 3481 - 20TH C. LARGE FRAMED JAPANESE PAINTING ON SILK

Birds in Flowering Branches, Momoyama style, Kyoto, having pairs of quail, pheasant, sparrows and other songbirds, unsigned, in a gold bullnose frame, under plexiglass, OS: 50 1/2" x 36", SS: 47" x 33". Light rippling, clean and bright.

Lot: 3482 - 19TH C. JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO, SIGNED

A Cartman Knocks an Old Lady Asunder, on a large base plate, signed on underside, 3 3/4" x 3 1/2" diam. Old repairs, woman missing one foot.

Lot: 3483 - JAPANESE IMARI DISHES

Group of (23) Pieces of Hand Painted Imari Porcelain, incl: (1) Oval platter with scalloped rim, 13 1/4" x 11"; (9) 8 1/2" diam. plates; (10) Bowls, 2" high, 6" diam.; and (3) Rice bowls, 2 1/2" high, 4 3/4" diam. Minor gilding losses.

Lot: 3484 - PR JAPANESE BRONZE MIXED METAL DRAGON VASES

Pair of Meiji Period Bottle Form Vases, each encircled by a gold three-toed dragon, unsigned, 12" high, 5" diam. Surface wear.

Lot: 3485 - JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD OKIMONO FROM LENGTH OF TUSK

Farmer Plowing with Ox, upended basket, chickens with chicks and crawling child trailing behind him, signed on the underside, 17" long. Fine condition.

Lot: 3486 - JAPANESE BRONZE LIDDED CENSER

Large Meiji Period Bronze Koro, with carved relief chrysanthemum decoration to lid and body, pierced lid, hinged side handles and tripod base, unmarked, 9 1/2" high, 13" diam. Surface wear.

Lot: 3487 - 19TH C. JAPANESE CARVED IVORY BOX

Oval Keepsake Box decorated with multiple writhing dragons, domed oval lid with spherical knop, also with dragon, looping dragons provide reticulated feet, 3 1/2" x 3 3/4" x 3", good condition, all but one of inlaid eyes gone.

Lot: 3488 - EARLY 20TH C. JAPANESE WATERCOLOR, FRAMED

A Pair of Snowy Heron, sumi ink on silk, unsigned, in bronze painted frame, matted and glazed, OS: 29" x 24", SS: 20" x 16". Good condition.

Lot: 3489 - 19TH C. JAPANESE IVORY PARASOL HANDLE WITH MICE

Parasol Upper Handle Segment with two red signature blocks, having bas relief carving of a Four-Mouse Musical Band on one side and full covering of flowers on the other, by two different artists, 9 1/2" long. Light shrinkage cracks.

Lot: 3490 - JAPANESE STONEWARE VASE

Ovoid Glazed Art Pottery Jar, having brown glazed neck and shoulder with three applied mask form shoulder lugs, painted floral medallions, off-white craquelure textured body with three enameled floral medallions, painted artist signature on base, 12" high, 7 1/2" diam. Mid-body firing flaw, surface wear.

Lot: 3491 - JAPANESE OJIME BEAD NECKLACE WITH NETSUKE

Meiji Period Carved Bead Necklace, c. 1900, with wooden and stone ojime beads, plus a charming carved tagua nut netsuke depicting two puppies, 24 1/2" long, netsuke: 1 5/8" x 1 5/8". Good condition.

Lot: 3492 - JAPANESE SWORD TSUBA IN BOX

Iron and Gold Tsuba or hilt depicting sparrows in flight, along with a pair of bronze seppa, or spacers, in a wooden box with signed label, wrapped in signed silk cloth, 2 3/4" x 2 1/2". Light corrosion.

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