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  • Lot# 1 - Lemuel D. Eldred (1848-1921, MA

    Lot# 1 - Lemuel D. Eldred (1848-1921, MA

  • Lot# 2 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-190

    Lot# 2 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-190

  • Lot# 3 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-190

    Lot# 3 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-190

  • Lot# 4 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-190

    Lot# 4 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-190

VIEWING: Thursday, May 2, 10am-5pm & Friday May 3, 10am-5pm Limited viewing: Sat 8am-9:30am or by Appointment LOCATION: 13 Atlantis Drive, Marion, MA ARTWORK: Lemuel D. Eldred, 4 by Charles Henry Gifford, Chauncey F. Ryder, Felix Ziem, William Trost Richards (attrib), Thomas Sully (attrib.), C.E.L. Green, Ludolf Liberts, Arturo Ceiro, Mahonri MacKintosh Young bronze boxers, Piranesi, Louis Icart & more. SILVER: Tiffany Bamboo (100 plus pcs), Arthur Stone, Mexican-Vigueras, sterling Yachting trophies, Cartier, Georg Jensen, Gorham Narragansett, Whiting, coin silver lots Frederick Marquand, Savannah GA & more. JEWELRY: gold, silver, diamonds, Jose de Rivera, COINS: gold & silver coins CLOCKS: Aaron Willard, Kelley & Shepherd, Elmer Stennes FURNITURE: 18th century to mid-century modern, Laverne table, Stickley, 50 rare pieces of American wicker EPHEMERA: Early illuminated manuscripts, Weld family library, George Catlin, Sporting & Fishing, Maps, Port of Boston 1750, Civil War battle maps, historical documents, Japanese woodblocks RUGS: Caucasian and Herez MISC: Ship models, Victorian Aviary, weathervanes, folk art Cigar Store Indians, decoys-Shorty Burr, military buttons & military metals, lead soldiers, Lionel trains, vintage toys, wooden signs, vintage French copper cookware, decorated stoneware, redware from Southeastern, MA, Chinese export, historic blue transferware in large lot, samplers, Native American baskets, Dedham pottery, Royal Bayreuth lobster collection, Murano glass, early glass & so much more. Large dealer lots. Over 650 lots, mostly unreserved. For full descriptions and photos, visit our website and on-line catalog: www.marionantiqueauctions.com Live bidding: liveauctioneers.com & invaluable.com In person bidding. Accepting absentee bids & phone bids until 5pm on Friday, May 3rd. Call Frank at 508-498-7136 or email Nick at nick@marionantiqueauctions.com

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1 - Lemuel D. Eldred (1848-1921, MA) Naushon Island. Late 19th / early 20th century. Oil painting on canvas coastal beach scene with figures and ships. Signed lower left and identified as Naushon Island. Set in a carved gilt frame. Sight size 9" x 17 1/2", overall 16" x 24". Shows very minor in painting in sky the frame shows minor loss to gilding. From an old Westport, MA estate.

2 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-1904, MA) Pulling the Dory Ashore. Circa 1893. Watercolor on paper. Signed and dated lower left. Framed and glazed. Sight size 5" x 14", overall 13 1/4" x 22". Not removed from frame. Appears to be in good condition. Provenance: Eliot S. Knowles Collection. Literature: The Magazine Antiques, November 1986. The "Little Gems" of Charles Henry Gifford. By John I. H. Baur. Pg. 1035. Comes with magazine.

3 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-1904, MA) Fishermen on the Shore. Circa 1889. Oil painting on canvas coastal beach scene with, ships, and a luminous sky. Signed and dated lower left. Set in a carved and gilded frame which appears to be original. Sight size 8 1/4" x 13 3/4", overall 15 1/2" x 20 3/4". Shows minor loss to gilding.

4 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-1904, MA) Sunset on the Coast. Circa 1877. Oil painting on canvas coastal beach scene at sunset. Signed and dated lower left. In a modern carved and gilded frame. Sight size 7 1/5" x 13", overall 13" x 18 1/4". No signs of inpainting. Good overall condition.

5 - Charles Henry Gifford (1839-1904, MA) Sailboats Under a Darkening Sky. Circa 1880. Oil painting on canvas coastal seascape painting with ships. Signed and dated lower right. In a modern high quality carved and gilded frame. Sight size 13 1/4" x 18", overall 21" x 26". Approximately 1 1/2" of inpainting in the sky, otherwise good condition.

5a - Book titled Artists of New Bedford by Mary Jean Blasdale. New Bedford Whaling Museum published, 1990. Signed by the author and dated 12/6/90. Original dust jacket. Light scuffing and wear to jacket edges, and a bit of light staining to back top edge. Interior text is in nearly unused condition. 9" x 11 1/2".

6 - Chauncey Foster Ryder (1868-1949, NY, NH) Day at the Beach. Late 19th/early 20th century. Oil painting on artist board painting of figures on a beach. American Impressionist. Signed lower left. Framed and glazed. The frame appears to be original. Sight size 7 1/4" 10", overall 10 1/4" x 13 1/2". Good condition. Displayed at the Ogunquit Museum of Art. Label on the verso.

7 - William Wright Stewart (1865-?, PA) Etretat. Dated 1894. Oil painting on canvas coastal scene in France. Signed and dated lower left. Housed in an ornate carved and gilded frame. Sight size 10 1/2" x 14", overall 16 3/4" x 20". Shows no sign of inpainting. Gilding on frame has been touched up.

8 - Charles Edwin Lewis Green (1844-1915, MA) Fishing Shanties. Late 19th century. Oil painting on board painting of fishing shanties. Possibly New Bedford. A long whaling lance appears to be leaning against a building. Housed in a modern gild frame. Signed lower right. Sight size 9 1/4" x 12", overall 12" x 14 3/4". Good overall condition.

9 - Ludolfs Lieberts (1895-1959, NY) Garden Folly. 20th century. Oil painting on artist board landscape painting of a whimsical garden with figure in an impressionist style. Signed lower right. Sight size 18" x 24", overall 22 1/2" x 28 1/2". Good condition.

10 - Arturo Cerio (1868-1931, Italy) Terrace on Capri. Late 19th/early 20th century. Oil painting on canvas bucolic landscape identified as Capri. Signed lower right. Housed in a period carved and gilded frame. Frame was made by Charles E. Cobb of Boston. Sight size 15" x 23", overall 21 1/2" x 29". Good overall condition.

11 - Felix Francois Georges Philibert Ziem (1821-1911, France) Venetian Scene. 19th century. Oil painting on canvas laid down on board. Venetian canal with gondolas and palaces at twilight. Signed lower left. In an ornate carved and gilded period frame. It has a Paris makers stamp. Sight size 17 3/4" x 25 1/2", overall 30" x 38". It shows craquelure and moderate in painting under UV light.

12 - Attributed to William Trost Richards (1833-1905, PA, RI) View of Grandfather's House. Circa 1870. Mixed media on paper landscape of a house. Inscribed on verso in old script View of Grandfather Mahacks House opposite W.T. Richards. Unsigned. Framed and glazed. Sight size 7 1/4" x 5 1/2", overall 13 3/4" x 12".

13 - Ferdinand Worms (1859-1939) Commonwealth. Late 19th century. Oil painting on canvas portrait of the Fall River Line paddle-wheeler under steam. Possibly in Narragansett Bay. Signed lower left. In a period gilded frame. Sight size 23 1/2" x 35 3/4", overall 29" x 41". Shows minor areas of inpainting in sky.

14 - Chinese School. 19th century. Oil painting on canvas portrait of a Chinese dragon boat. Framed and glazed. Sight size 9 1/2" x 13", overall 12 1/2" x 16 1/2". Shows moderate craquelure.

15 - Chinese School. An Inland Waterway Near Canton. Early 19th century. Oil painting on board landscape with figures and a canal. Black lacquer frame with gold liner. Vose Gallery label on verso. Sight size 16 1/2" x 22", overall 19 1/2" x 25 1/4". Shows some small areas of inpainting and craquelure.

16 - American Reverse Painting on Glass of Ship. Early to mid-19th century. A (3) masted ship with American flag under full sail. Unsigned. In a period gilded frame with an old pine back. Sight size 19 3/4" x 30 1/2", overall 23 1/2" x 34 1/2". Some minor paint loss.

17 - Hugh Morris. Yacht Race. 21st century. Oil painting on canvas seascape of a yacht race in choppy seas. Signed lower right. In a carved gilded frame. Sight size 23" x 35 1/2", overall 31 1/2" x 43 1/2". Good condition.

18 - Attributed to Thomas Sully (1783-1872, UK, PA) Portrait of Jacob Schweighauser Otto, early 19th century. Oil painting on canvas portrait of a seated man holding what appears to be a surveying tool. Unsigned. Original carved and gilded frame retains the original makers label of Marinus W. Pike of Philadelphia. Label on verso of Hoddicks Fine Art Store in Buffalo, NY. Marked on verso: 169 College W.E. Otto. Sight size 35" x 26", overall 46" x 37". Shows craquelure, some in painting and paint loss. Jacob S. Otto (1778-1827) was the son of Dr. Bodo Otto Jr. He graduated from Princeton in 1797 and became a lawyer and merchant in Philadelphia. In 1821 he joined the Holland Land Company, replacing Joseph Ellicott, as principal land agent. Jacob Otto died in 1827 when he contracted pneumonia after officiating the opening of the Eerie Canal. The towns of Otto and East Otto, NY are named after Jacob Otto as is Otto Street in Buffalo, NY. William E. Otto (1864-1950) of Buffalo, NY was the grandson of Jacob S. Otto.

19 - Fall River School Still Life. Late 19th century. Oil painting on canvas still-life of apples in a carved and gilded frame. Unsigned. Sight size 28" x 36", overall 38 1/2" x 46 1/4". Shows old repair 3" x 5" in upper left corner. Overall good condition.

20 - Fall River School Still Life. Late 19th century. Oil painting on canvas under glass still life of fruit. It is unsigned but marked on the verso Sturbridge. Sight size 9" x 12", overall 14 1/2" x 17 1/2". Good original condition.

21 - George W. Whitaker (1841-1916, RI, NY, MA) Still-Life. Late 19th century. Oil painting on canvas. Signed G. W. Whitaker lower right. In an ornate carved and gilded frame. Sight size 25 1/2" x 31 1/2", overall 34" x 40". Shows some loss to frame and craquelure to the painting. Little to no inpainting.

22 - George Arthur Hays (1854-1945, MA, RI) Sheep Springtime. Circa 1909. Oil painting on canvas painting of sheep dated on verso 1909. Signed G.A. Hays lower right. In a period carved gold frame. Sight size 20" x 28", overall 28" x 36". Shows no inpainting or repairs.

23 - Gorham Coin Silver Presentation Pitcher. Dated 1868. Presented to Abbie F. Shurtleff from mother. The picture has a Greek key and engraved design with a figural head handle. Made by Gorham in Providence, Rhode Island. 11 1/4" high. Good condition. 35.13 ozt. Provenance: William Savery estate, South Carver, MA. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

24 - Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Presentation Bowl. Dated 1922. A large silver footed bowl with figural tiger handles. Presented to Eugene L. Maxwell and Sylvia A. Maxwell from the section of Ivy, Princeton Eating Club, which includes club members names. 43.55 ozt. 6" high x 8 1/2" diameter. Very good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

25 - Embossed Sterling Silver Bowl and Underplate. Made by George Shiebler. Engraved Eugene Maxwell, March 3, 1899. 13.3 ozt. Bowl is 2" high, 4 1/2" diameter. 7 1/2" diameter plate. Good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

26 - English Sterling Weighted Candlesticks. Circa 1917. Made by Goldsmiths & silversmiths Company 112 Regent St. W. Fluted shaft and scalloped base. 11 1/2" high. Engraved on base I. S. L. June 1st 1917. The candlesticks were owned by Isabel Stevens Lathrop. She was a noted American singer and member of the French Legion of Honor for her hospital and reconstruction work in Paris during World War I. Very minor dings on edge of base. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

27 - Coin Silver Sugar Bowl. Early 19th century. The bowl once belonged to William Makepeace Thackeray. Made by Merriman & Bradley of New Haven, CT. Scrolled handles, acorn finial, gadrooned borders with engraved family crest and a later engraved presentation to Isabel Stevens Lathrop in 1916. 6 1/2" high, 8" wide. 16.6 ozt. Accompanying the lot are 3 letters, with history and provenance. The bowl was given to Isabel Lathrop by Lady Anne Thackeray Ritchie, noted author and daughter of William Thackeray. Isabel Lathrop was a noted American singer and member of the French Legion of Honor for her hospital and reconstruction work in Paris. It was given in appreciation for her work she was doing in England before she left for France during World War I. There is a typed and signed letter from Lady Anne Thackeray Ritchie as well as a handwritten letter given to Isabel Lathrop. Please note: this lot must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

28 - Coin Silver Presentation Pitcher, ca. 1830. Made by William F. Ladd of New York. It is heavily embossed with grapes and vines. Engraved A.A. Richie to George E. Kilham. 12 1/2" high. 38.8 ozt. Some small dents on the base. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

29 - Arthur Stone Sterling Silver Bowl. Early 20th century. Arts and Crafts style, hand wrought silver, embossed rib and floral design/made in Arthur Stone Associates workshop by holloware specialist Herbert A. Taylor. Berry in calyx design. Signed on bottom. 37.21 ozt. 5" high x 10" wide. Light surface scratches but overall good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

30 - (5) Piece Silver Set by Frank M. Whiting. Early 20th century. A sterling tea and coffee service. Coffee pot 12" high. Teapot 11" high. Covered sugar bowl 8 1/2" high. Cream pitcher 7" high. Open sugar bowl 5 1/2" high. Along with a similar sugar bowl by Whiting 3" high. English sterling silver sugar shell. 101.2 ozt. Good overall condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

31 - Vigueras Sterling Silver Pitcher. 20th century. Handmade in Mexico. Figural scrolled handle. Marked .925, 46.1 ozt. 9 1/2" high x 9" wide. Some small dents. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

32 - Vigueras Sterling Silver Tray. 20th century. Hand made in Mexico. Footed with ornate border. Marked .925. 2" high x 14" diameter. Approximately 58.97 ozt. Good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

33 - Vigueras Silver Bowl. 20th century. Handmade in Mexico sterling footed bowl with handles and ornate border. 6 1/2" high, 24 1/2" wide, 10" deep. Marked .925 silver, 95.338 ozt. Good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

34 - Pair of Francis I silver candelabras. Mid-20th century. Made by Reed & Barton, ornate embossed fruit design. Weighted base. Convertible in 2 parts. Marked on base X569. 8" high x 13" wide. One is slightly bent. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

35 - Sterling Silver Flatware Set. 20th century. Made by Dominick & Haff, pointed antique pattern. Service for 12. 132 total pieces. Twelve 7 1/4" dinner forks. Twelve 6 1/4" salad forks. Eight 5 1/4" oyster forks. Twenty-four 6" teaspoons. Twelve 6 3/4 soup spoons. Five 8 3/8 tablespoons, two 8" serving forks. Three 8 1/4" serving spoons with open work bowls, nine 1/4" salad fork and spoon, two 6 1/4" ladles, 5 1/4" ladle, one 7 3/4" tomato server, one 6 1/2" sugar shell, one 6 1/2" jelly server, two 5 3/8" pickle forks, one 6" teaspoon, two 5" serving spoon and shovel, twelve 9" silver handle dinner knife, twelve 6 1/4" butter knives, eight silver handled 8 1/4" steak knives, two 7" cheese knives, twelve 1/2" serrated knife with silver handle, two 10 1/2" silver handled cake servers, two-piece silver handled and plastic, salad set 11 1/2". one 7" silver handled butter spreader. 128.47 weighable ozt plus 40 handles. Good overall condition. Includes fitted mahogany case. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

36 - (5) Piece Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver, Bamboo pattern. Mid-20th century. Tea and coffee service. 10 1/2" coffee pot #25200. 7" high teapot. 3" high cream pitcher. 2 1/2" high sugar bowl. 2 1/2" high waste bowl. 86.81 ozt. Excellent condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

37 - Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Bamboo Pattern Flatware Set. Mid 20th century. (181 total pieces). To include: thirty-six 7 1/4" dinner forks, twenty-four 6 3/4" salad forks, thirty-six 5 3/4" teaspoons, twenty-four 7 1/4" soup/table spoons, thirty-six 9 1/4" dinner knives with silver handles, twelve 5 1/4" butter knives, A pair of 6 1/2" tongs, two 7 1/2" ladles, a 7 1/4" ladle, pair of 4" tongs, four 8 3/4" serving spoons, one 8 7/8" serving fork, one 10" silver handled pie server, one 6" shot measure, and one handled corkscrew. Complete with original Tiffany bags. 300.9 ozt plus 38 handles. Excellent condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

38 - Continental Silver Christmas Reindeer Set. Early 20th century. Set of (9) reindeer with gold wash sleigh. Marked .800. 43.38 ozt. 4" high x 22" wide x 2" deep. Good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

39 - (80) Piece Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Pyramid Pattern Flatware Set. 20th century. Eight 7 1/8" dinner forks, eight 6 1/4" salad forks, eleven 5 3/4" teaspoons, eight 6 1/4" soup spoons, eight 6 3/4" table spoons, eight 3 3/4" demitasse spoons, eight 5 1/2" butter knives, eight 7 3/4" silver handled knives, eight 8 7/8" dinner knives, three 7 7/8" serving spoons, one 7" serving spoon, one 7 7/8" cake server, one 9 3/4" pie server. 97.06 ozt. Good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

40 - (5) Piece Gorham Narragansett Pattern Sterling Silver. Late 19th century. To include: A pair of shell form footed master salts 5/8" x 2 1/4" w, oyster form salted almond dish 1" h x 4 7/8" w, 5 1/2" cocktail fork, a 5" spoon with crab. 4.5 ozt. Very good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

41 - (3) Tiffany Sterling Silver Serving Pieces. Late 19th / 20th century. Heavily engraved pasta server with 1880s style handle 11 1/4", small bend on tooth. Together with matching pie server 9" monogrammed. A monogrammed Olympian pattern fish server 11 3/8". All marked Tiffany. 12.04 ozt. Good condition. Please note this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

42 - (31) Pieces of Sterling Silver Medallion Pattern Flatware. Late 19th century / early 20th century. To include: seven 8 1/2" tablespoons by Gorham, six 5 3/4" teaspoons by Gorham, ten 7 1/2" forks by Gorham, eight 7 1/4" English silver forks. 53.17 ozt. Good overall condition except for damage to one tablespoon. Monogrammed with an H. Provenance: Originally owned by Dr. Elias Braman Harris (September 13, 1824, Richfield Springs, NY- August 7, 1900, San Francisco, CA). Dr. Harris arrived in San Francisco in 1850, and operated several businesses including a medical practice, hotel, mill, and mine in Amador County, CA. He was also a personal physician to the bonanza kings. Harris served in the United States Navy during the Civil War. In 1865 he married Anna Isabella Stevens (August 14, 1828, New York, NY- July 18, 1908, Mill Valley, Marin, CA) Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

43 - (21) Silver Forks by Frederick Marquand. Early 19th century. Marquand (1799-1882) lived and worked in Savannah, GA and New York City. The forks are marked as made in Savannah. Engraved with fleurs-de-lis marked with pseudo-English makers marks. 8" 58 ozt. Good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

44 - Russian Silver Candlestick. 19th century. Made by J. Ehrlich. Embossed with swans, fish, and floral design. 13 3/4" high x 6" diameter. 12.31 ozt. Good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

45 - Elmer O. Stennes Shelf Clock. 20th century. Mahogany shelf clock made in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Weight driven, brass eagle finial, shaped crest fretwork, painted and gilt dial, veneered base with French feet. The case is stamped, M.C.I.P. (Massachusetts Correctional Institute Plymouth) 39" high x 13 1/4" wide x 6" deep. Shows cracking to veneer on front. Stennes was famous for reproducing classic American clocks from 1940 to 1970. He is also known for murdering his wife and subsequently committing suicide.

46 - Aaron Willard Shelf Clock. Early 19th century. Aaron Willard (1757-1844) eight-day time only, weight driven. Brass finial, leaf shaped crest, convex painted metal dial, reverse painted door marked Aaron Willard Boston, reverse painted panel classical scene, ending in brass animal feet. Mahogany case with original finish. 36" high x 13" wide x 6 1/2" deep. Unknown working condition. Minor loss to fretwork. Comes with 1933 work receipt note mentioning the weight cord was replaced.

47 - A Rare Kelley and Shepherd Alarm Shelf Clock. Early 19th century. Made in New Bedford, Massachusetts. An (8) day weight driven shelf clock with a beautiful mahogany case and reverse painted glass door. It also features an alarm that is constructed in between the frame or plates. The clock is signed faintly on the concave iron dial. 31" high x 13 1/2" wide x 6" deep. Very good condition. It is currently working but not guaranteed. Ezra Kelley and Nathaniel Shepherd both worked in Dartmouth and New Bedford in 1820 through 1823 and then together again in 1833 through 1835.

48 - Connecticut Chest on Stand. 18th century. Queen Anne style chest with 2 drawers over 4 graduated and one drawer base. Pegged and dovetailed construction made of cherry and pine secondary wood, old refinished condition. 62" high x 39" wide x 19" deep. Shows some restoration to drawer lip and slight cracking to side. Old replaced brass hardware.

49 - American Running Horse Weathervane. Late 19th century. Ethan Allen, possibly made by J.W. Fiske. Zinc head, full bodied, old patina with old gilding. 15" high x 26" wide. Shows some dents and a repair to tail.

50 - Victorian Banner Weathervane. Late 19th century. Copper with nice patina, with number 338. On modern metal base. 23" high x 21" wide. Overall good condition. Some bullet marks.

51 - Folk Art Horse Weathervane. Late 19th century. Black painted finish, sheet metal, riveted construction. On contemporary metal base. Shows numerous bullet holes 28" high x 39" wide.

52 - Eagle on Orb Weathervane. Late 19th / early 20th century. Full bodied, copper, mounted on modern metal stand. 13 1/2" high x 21" wide x 9 1/2" deep.

53 - Rooster Weathervane, late 19th century. Mounted on a modern metal base. 18" high x 15" wide. One foot slightly bent. Some seams are separated. Shows age-appropriate wear.

54 - Eagle on Orb Weathervane. Early 20th century. Mounted on modern wood base. Rich green patina. 20" high x 23 1/2" wide x 13" deep. Shows seams splitting and small holes.

55 - Folk Art Rooster. 19th century. Possibly part of an old sign. Carved wood sheet metal tail. Old painted surface. 24" x 25". Comb shows bend, body shows old repair.

56 - Rare Incised Ovoid Stoneware Jar. Late 18th / early 19th century. Attributed to the Corlius family of New York. Incised floral design with incised leaves. Verso shows blue tree design, crock out of shape. Shows an in-firing dent on side. 13" high x 10 1/2" diameter. Age-appropriate wear. Minor chip to base and slight hairline crack to base.

57 - Rare Seagull Design Stoneware Crock. 19th century. 2 gallon handled crock made in Ogdensburg, NY made by W. Hart. Blue decoration. 11 1/2" high x 8 1/2" diameter. Good overall condition. From the collection of George & Helen Van Kennen Collection.

58 - (2) Stoneware advertising Jugs. 19th century. To include: M. A. Ingalls Liquor Dealers Little Falls NY, 14" high x 9" diameter. Good condition. Half gallon jug marked John H. Sheehan Wholesale & Druggist Utica, NY, 9 1/2" high x 6" diameter. Chips to rim.

59 - Large Stoneware Jug. 19th century. Blue bird decoration stamped S. Hall Fulton. 16" high x 11" diameter. Good overall condition.

60 - (2) Stoneware Crocks. 19th century. Blue bird decoration 2 handles impressed #2, one marked N. White & Co. Binghamton, 11" high x 8" diameter, shows very slight hairline. The other is 10 1/2" high x 8 1/2" diameter, no visible damage.

61 - Large Stoneware Pitcher. 19th century. 3 gallons made in Pennsylvania, blue floral spray paint design, impressed with #3. 15" high x 10" diameter. Shows in-firing dent on side, overall good condition.

62 - (2) Pennsylvania Stoneware Pitchers. 19th century. Blue paint, wreath and floral design 10 3/4" high x 8" diameter. Good condition. The other stamped G.L. Williams New Geneva, PA 11" high x 7" diameter. Good condition.

63 - (2) Stoneware Jugs. 19th century. Blue bird decorations. One stamped Haxton, Ottman & Co. For Edward, NY. 12" h x 6 3/4" diameter. Good condition. The other stamped White's Utica. 11" h x 7" diameter. Good condition.

64 - (3) Pennsylvania Stoneware 19th century. To include: 1) revolving free form floral design two handles 13" x 9" diameter crock. Good overall condition. 2) Pitcher with floral and berry design 9" high x 6" diameter. Minor chips to rim. 3) Revolving free floral design 3-gallon pitcher with handle.… Stamped #3 15 1/4" high x 10" diameter. Shows chips to rim.

65 - Painted bucket bench. 19th century. American, pine with old blue painted surface, cut out ends, step back form with two shelves. 48" high, 42" wide, 11 3/4" deep.

66 - (2) stoneware crocks with blue decoration. 19th century. One is by Whites, Utica, with bird decoration, applied handles, impressed. 11" high, 8 1/2" diameter, good condition. Also, a two-gallon crock with handles, unusual blue bird decoration, two rim chips. 12" high, 8 3/4" diameter.

67 - Large stoneware churn. 19th century. Applied handle, incised band with blue decoration, along with blue bird and blue tree design. Several old rim chips, two small chips on the base. Slightly out of shape. 16 3/4" high, 9 1/4" diameter.

68 - Ovoid stoneware jar. Early 19th century. Attributed to Corbus, Manhattan, NY. Shows roughage to the rim, some glaze loss. 10 1/4" high, 7 1/2" diameter.

69 - (2) Early blown chestnut glass bottles, olive green, rough pontil, applied lip. Good condition. 5 1/2" and 5 3/4" high; 3 1/2" and 3 3/4" wide.

70 - (2) Large demijohn glass bottles, 18th-19th c. Olive green, very good condition. One shows interior residue. Both are 17" high, and 13"-17" wide.

71 - Flintlock pistol. 18th century. Carved and inlaid walnut stock, engraved butt plate, trigger guard and lock. Gold inlaid barrel stock shows some damage at the end. Working condition. 14" long.

72 - Primitive sheep portrait. 19th century. Oil on board depicting a sheep, titled and signed lower left. Good overall condition, frame shows some loss to gesso. 8 3/4" x 11" sight size, overall with frame 11 ?" x 13 ?".

73 - Painting of puppies. 19th century. Oil on canvas. Unsigned. Original, untouched condition. Walnut frame with gold liner. Sight size 10" x 20", overall 15 1/4" x 25 1/4". Small scrape in background.

74 - Dovetailed wall hanging slide lid box. Early 19th century. Chestnut with original painted finish, hand wrought nails. 25" high, 7 1/4" wide, 5 1/4" deep.

75 - (2) large painted wooden bowls. 19th century. One is 6 1/2" high and 19-20" diameter, original blue painted surface, some wear to the paint. The other is 6 1/2" high, 19 1/2" diameter, traces of old yellow worn paint, maple.

76 - Candle mold with 24 tube-form redware sections. 18th / 19th century. Pine holder with cut out ends, old brown finish which shows age-appropriate wear. 14" high, 24" wide, 8 ?" deep.

77 - (2) Folk Art Cigar Store Indians. Circa 1920. Old painted finish. 62" h x 19" w x 14" d. The paint shows chipping and wear including one headdress. There are also age cracks and old repair to wrist. Age appropriate wear.

78 - (2) swing handle buckets with metal bands. 19th century. One has old blue paint. 10 1/2" x 12" diameter, good condition. The other has old yellow paint advertising Chicopee Products, clear vinegar. 7 1/2" high, 11 1/2" diameter, shows minor wear and chipping.

79 - Pine painted wooden tub. Early 19th century. The tub has iron bands and original green painted finish. 15" high, 23" wide, 20 1/4" deep.

80 - American (2) door corner cupboard, early 19th century, flat panel door, old red painted surface, gray green painted interior, applied molding and cut out base. Poplar wood. 78" high, 39" wide, 21" deep. Good overall condition, one piece of molding loose.

81 - Large Rose Medallion punch bowl, 19th century. Chinese export porcelain with figures and floral design, 6 3/4" high, 15 3/4" diameter. Wear to paint on rim, otherwise in good condition.

82 - (5) pieces of Rose medallion porcelain, to include: a large baluster form vase, 18" high, 7 1/2" diameter, has a faint long hairline crack approximate 8" long. An oval platter 13 1/2", good condition. An 11" oval platter in good condition. A 9 1/4" rectangular platter marked made in China. A 3 1/4" x 7 3/4" bowl with minor rim roughness.

83 - (29) pieces of Rose Medallion porcelain, late 19/early 20th century. Chinese export porcelain. To include a handled gravy boat 3 3/4" x 8", minor glaze loss to rim. A pair of shaped serving dishes 8 3/4" x 10 1/2". A tea pot with bamboo handle, 6 3/4" high x 5" deep, handle as is condition. A teapot with cover, 7" high, 8" wide. Four plates, 8" diameter. Five 7" plates. Seven 5 1/2" saucers, one has slight roughage. Two cups and saucers. Two demitasse cups and one saucer. One odd lid, 5 1/4", minor paint loss.

84 - (8) pieces of Famille Rose porcelain. 19th c. Chinese export porcelain. To include: 1) an 11" covered vegetable dish, 2) a 9 1/2" covered vegetable dish, 3) an 11 1/2" oval platter, 4) a 9 3/4" round plate, 5) two 8" octagonal plates, 6) two 9 3/4" soup bowls, one has a chip.

85 - Pair of demilune tables. Early 20th century. Hepplewhite style, with bold tiger maple tops, maple base with tapered legs. Old finish. 29" high, 39 3/4" wide, 19 1/4" deep.

86 - (10) pieces of Chinese export porcelain. Late 18th / early 19th century. To include: 1) a large blue and white strap handle mug (6" high, 4 1/2" diameter), 2) a strap handle teapot (5" high, 9" wide), 3) three strap handle teapots (5 1/2" - 6 1/2" high) with floral decoration, 4) a 5 1/2" high tea caddy with cover, floral and shield design, 5) two strap handle covered sugar bowls ( 5 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide), 6) a 5 1/2" high helmet shaped cream pitcher, 7) a 6" high handled teapot with scholar design. Some show professional restoration to handles, etc.

87 - (41) pieces of Chinese export porcelain. Late 18th / early 19th century. To include: 1) five strap handle teapots (5 1/2" to 6" high), show professional restoration, 2) two helmet creamers (5 1/2" high) one has chips, the other shows restoration. 3) a strap handle sugar bowl (5 1/2" high) shows restoration. 4) twelve 5 1/2" high saucers, some with minor damage. 5) eleven handless cups, some with chips. 6) armorial cup and saucer. 7) three small, handled cups, two show restoration. 8) two tea caddies, 6" high, both show restoration. 9) a 7 1/2" diameter plate. 10) two 9" diameter plates, one with chips.

88 - (34) pieces of Chinese Canton porcelain. 19th century. To include: 1) a 9 1/4" vegetable dish. 2) two 4" creamers. 3) two teapots, 6" and 7". 4) a 10" diameter warmer dish. 4) a 10 1/2" covered vegetable dish. 5) a 5" strap handle sugar bowl. 6) a 16 1/4" oval platter, shows chips. 7) two 3" egg cups. 8) a 9" diameter bowl with scalloped edge. 9) two 10 1/4" plates. 10) three 8 1/2" plates. 11) one 9" plate. 12) three 9" bowls. 13) a 7 1/4" bowl with rough edges. 14) five 6" plates. 15) two 7 1/2" plates, one is damaged. 16) four 5 3/4" shallow bowls.

89 - Queen Anne candle stand. 18th c. Shaped dish top. Mahogany with secondary Chestnut support. Turned urn shaped shaft. Cabriole style legs with pad feet. Probably Rhode Island origin. 28" high, 19" diameter. Old refinished condition. Top of shaft shows old repair.

90 - Mahogany weight driven banjo clock. Early 20th c. Original reverse painted glass doors and throat. Door has ship motif. Original finish. Brass trim. Eagle finial. 40" high, 10 1/2" wide, 4 1/4" deep. Unknown working condition. Not guaranteed to work.

91 - Arnold E. Turtle (1892-1954, Illinois, Louisiana). The Red Skirt. Unsigned but comes with estate affidavit on verso. Depicts an attractive lady in pensive pose. Handled by R H Love Gallery, Chicago. Appears to be in original frame. 25" x 30" sight size. Overall size 35 1/2" x 30 1/4". Good overall condition.

92 - Set of (6) early Dedham pottery lobster plates. 7 1/2" diameter.

93 - (3) early Dedham pottery rabbit figural knife rests. 2 3/4" high, 3 1/2" wide.

94 - (4) early Dedham pottery items. To include tapestry lion plate, 8 1/4"; a dolphin border plate, 10 1/4"; a rabbit design covered jar with attached base, 5" high, approx. 5" diameter, exhibited at Dedham Historical Society, 1968; and a figural boot toothpick holder, 2 1/2" high.

95 - (8) early Dedham pottery rabbit pieces. To include: (6) pitchers 3 1/8" to 7" high. Minor glaze imperfections. A teapot which shows crack, 6" high, 8" wide. A covered coffee pot, 8" high, 6" wide. Many of the pieces display Dedham Historical Society exhibition labels.

96 - (5) piece Alfredo Sciarrotta sterling silver nut set. Mid 20th century. Consisting of bowl 9" wide, 5" deep, 2 1/2" high. (4) small nut dishes 3 1/4" wide, 2 1/4" deep, 3/4" high. 14.6 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

97 - (3) pieces of Alfredo Sciarrotta sterling silver. Mid 20th century. To include: (2) leaf shaped dishes. The first is 7 3/4" long, 3" wide, 1 3/4" high. The other is 12 1/2" long, 5 1/2" wide. 3 1/2" high. The ladle is 13" long. 20.08 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

98 - N.W.A.S. Co. Slag Glass lamp. Early 20th c. Northwest aluminum specialty company slag glass, caramel and blue slag bent panels. Poly chrome decorated cast metal panels with swan and bird designs, cornucopia of fruit, garlands of flowers, urns etc. Lights top and bottom. 27" high, 21" diameter. Working condition.

99 - Leo Mol (Leonid Molodozhanyn, 1915-2009, Canada, Ukraine). (2) kneeling female nudes. One dated 1951. Signed and dated on back foot. Guss Strehle, Neuotting Foundry. Foundry mark on calf. 12" high by 10" wide by 7" deep. The other dated 1955. Signed and dated on back end. Guss Strehle, Neuotting Foundry. Foundry mark on underside. 10" high by 5 1/2" wide by 6" deep.

100 - Mahonri MacKintosh Young (1877-1957, New York, Utah, Connecticut). Right to the Jaw. Bronze sculpture or statuette of two shirtless men boxing on a rectangular base, dark patina. Modeled in 1926. 14" high, 19 3/4" wide, 8" deep. Inscribed on top of base Mahonri No. 3. Stamped on edge A. Valsuani Cire Perdue. Seal of the noted Paris foundry Valsuani. The foundry also casted sculptures for Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Francois Pompon, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Honore Daumier, Paul Gauguin, Auguste Rodin, Charles Despiau, and more. The piece is in good overall condition. It comes with a painted wood plinth base. For a similar example see Brooklyn Museum, object # 28.422. Mahonri Young was the grandson of Mormon leader Brigham Young.

101 - Clayton E Fuller (1916-2014, Massachusetts) sculpture. Depicting young female gymnast. Bronze figure on a wooden balance beam. The bronze size is 25" high, 15 1/2" x 15 1/2". The overall length of the beam is 36 1/2" and 9" wide at base. Fuller executed many public sculptures including the bronze Native American woman overlooking Onset Harbor and the Korean War Memorial sculpture located in the Capitol in Hartford, CT. He studied at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and studied with Joyce Johnson founder of Castle Hill Arts Center on Cape Cod. Provence: From artist's daughter.

102 - Hippolyte Moulin (1832-1884, Portugal, France) Bronze bust of Libertine. Signed H Moulin, dated 1867. 10 1/2" high, 5 1/4" wide, 4 1/4" deep.

103 - Bronze figure of Napoleon Bonaparte. Late 19th century. Signed A. Maton. 9 3/4" high, 3" diameter at base.

104 - Charles Dater Weldon (1844-1935, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Japan). Old Dresses. Oil on canvas painting. Signed lower left. Sight size 30" x 43 1/2". Artist label on verso with title and owner's name (Thomas Hitchcock). In later carved and painted frame. Frame is 38 3/4" x 51 3/4". Shows small oval repair on the back and has minor paint loss in several places.

105 - Aldo Londi for Bitossi. Pesce vase. 1950s. Rimini Blue series. Fish ceramic vase. 17" high, 5 1/2" diameter. Made in Italy.

106 - Philip and Kelvin LaVerne Chan coffee table. Mid-20th c. Mid-century modern acid etched brass over pewter over wood. Patinated brass with acid etched signature in the top. 17 3/4" high x 47 3/4" diameter. From a South Florida estate. Shows some minor chips and cracks on underside of table and some minor scuffing to edge. Good overall condition.

107 - Jean Pierre Bernard (20th century Haiti), for Harvey Probber torch-cut, welded and chased steel cubes. One is signed. Made in Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti, circa 1960's to 70's. Made of recycled steel drums. Typical of Haitian folk art, these cubes feature lions, birds, foliage, horses and people. Signed Jn P. Bernard. These pieces were acquired by Harvey Probber Furniture directly from the artist in Haiti. Later they were acquired by the consignor from their factory in Fall River upon its closure. 15 1/2" cube.

108 - (4) Milo Baughman style armchairs. Mid-20th century. Art Deco style chrome cantilever. Brown velvet upholstery. Each chair measures 37" high, 19 1/4" wide, 22" deep. Seat height 19". Age-appropriate wear. Minor pitting to chrome. Minor wear to velvet. One chair is missing the rear plug.

109 - Attributed to Massimo Vignelli pair of pendant lamps. Mid-20th c. Possibly model 4035 for Venini. Wired for American use. The shade is 19" high by 5" diameter. Overall 48" high. Shows no cracks or chips. No visible damage.

110 - Arthur Stone (1847-1938) sterling silver monumental yachting trophy, urn form. From the Eastern Yacht Club Cruise, 1913. Prize for the first-class schooner, won by Elena, which was owned by Morton Plant: a railroad baron, philanthropist, and avid yachtsman. He was a member of the New York Yacht Club and became known as Commodore Plant, and commissioned Nathaniel Herreshoff to build a yacht that "could win": the 136 ft Elena. Plant was also known for a famous trade with Pierre Cartier where Plant traded his Fifth Avenue home in New York city to Cartier for a double strand of pearls. At the time, they were both valued at 1 million dollars. Plant gave them as a gift to his young wife, Maisie. The trophy is in a classical design with a wave and shell rim, flared body with a galleon at sea. Wreath designs, base has fish tail supports and a shell and wave design. Gold wash interior. 11 1/2" high, 12 1/2" diameter. 91.94 ozt. Made in Arthur Stone workshop by holloware specialist Herbert A. Taylor. Marked on bottom. Provenance: consigned by Plant's great grandson. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

111 - German 800 silver yachting trophy awarded to the yacht Ingomar in the 1904 Kiel-Trauemunde Race in which the Ingomar won and defeated Kaiser Willhelm's yacht. The Ingomar was owned by Morton Plant, American Railroad baron, industrialist, philanthropist, and yachtsman. Plant was a member of the New York Yacht Club. Large covered and footed presentation trophy in the Art Nouveau style. Unusual, stylized finial with sails. Both top and bottom marked 800. 24" high, 9 3/4" diameter. Provenance: directly from Morton Plant's great-grandson. 66.10 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

112 - Scandinavian 800 silver yachting trophy made by J. Wagner and Sohn. Marked 800, no. 152725 for the yacht Ingomar, which was awarded the Krump Memorial Prize in a sea race, 1904. Shows a fully rigged Scandinavian style sailboat with a lone sailor riding on a crested wave. The Ingomar was owned by Morton Plant, American railroad baron, philanthropist, industrialist, and yachtsman. Plant was a member of the New York Yacht Club. Mounted on a custom mahogany base with an English silver plaque. It has a worn gilded finish. 20 3/4" high, 22" wide, 10 1/2" deep. The base is 3 1/2" high, 20" x 12 3/4". Approximately 9 lbs total, or 13.1 ozt. Provenance: directly from Morton Plant's great grandson. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

113 - Rare and Important Silver Cann. Late 18th century. Raised bulbous bellied cann or mug with scored, flared rim and rounded bottom on a cast, flared and molded circular foot; hollow, double C-scroll handle has a waterleaf on upper terminal and a split scroll lower terminal, both with short oval struts and attachments. Front of body is engraved with a large crest of a collared owl on a heraldic wreath above "TMF" in conjoined scrolling script. Centerpunch on bottom underside. Engraved on side: This mug was the property of Theodosius and Maria Fowler: the great great grandparents of Sylvia Alexander Lathrop. 5 1/8" high x 4 7/8" wide x 3 1/4" diameter. Good condition with some minor dents. Along with an 1859 published memoir of Theodosius Fowler. There is an identical silver cann in the collection of the Smithsonian, (object # DL.308963.01). Theodosius Fowler (1753-1841) was a Brevet Major in the American Revolution and served in the 2nd New York Regiment of the Continental Army among others. He saw combat at the battles of Long Island, Saratoga, Monmouth, Newtown, and Yorktown. He also survived the winter at Valley Forge. He married Maria Steele Fowler (1760-1842) at Trinity Church on lower Broadway in Manhattan in 1784. After the war Fowler prospered as a wealthy merchant and land speculator. He was a known business associate of Alexander Hamilton. The town of Fowler, New York is named after him. In 1793 he became the first treasurer of the New York chapter of the Society of Cincinnati. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

114 - Georgian sterling silver footed tray by Hannah Northcote, 1804-05. Engraved with Fowler monogram (Theodosius and Maria Fowler of New York).The bottom is engraved with dates and initials of family members ownership. M.S.F. 1760 Maria Steele Fowler, M.F. 1788 Maria Fowler, A.I.S. 1828 Anna Isabella Stevens, I.S.H. 1869, Isabel Stevens Harris, S.A.L. 1899, Sylvia Alexander Lathrop, S.A.M.M. 1927, Sylvia Alexander Maria Maxwell. 1" x 5". 3.65 ozt. Comes with note on provenance. Theodosius Fowler (1753-1841) was a Brevet Major in the American Revolution and served in the 2nd New York Regiment of the Continental Army among others. He saw combat at the battles of Long Island, Saratoga, Monmouth, Newtown, and Yorktown. He also survived the winter at Valley Forge. He married Maria Steele Fowler (1760-1842) at Trinity Church on lower Broadway in Manhattan in 1784. After the war Fowler prospered as a wealthy merchant and land speculator. He was a known business associate of Alexander Hamilton. The town of Fowler, New York is named after him. In 1793 he became the first treasurer of the New York chapter of the Society of Cincinnati. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

115 - (6) American coin silver tablespoons, late 18th-early 19th c. To include: John Vernon, New York 1761-1842, William Terry, Enfield, Connecticut 1790-1805, William Homes 1714-1783 Boston, Anthony Rasch 1778-1858 Philadelphia & New Orleans. 7 3/4" - 9 3/4". Good condition, some are engraved. 11.92 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

116 - (20) pieces of Paris porcelain, 19th c., gold gilt and pink border bearing the owl Fowler family crest (Theodosius & Maria Fowler, NY). To include: six 9 1/4" soup bowls, good condition. Six 7 3/4" luncheon plates, one shows chip & hairline crack, slight wear to gold. Eight 9 1/4" dinner plates, one with hairline crack, one has restoration to footed base, some gold loss. Theodosius Fowler (1753-1841) was a Brevet Major in the American Revolution and served in the 2nd New York Regiment of the Continental Army Among others. He saw combat at the battles of Long Island, Saratoga, Monmouth, Newtown, and Yorktown. He also survived the winter at Valley Forge. He married Maria Steele Fowler (1760-1842) at Trinity Church On lower Broadway in Manhattan in 1784. After the war Fowler prospered as a wealthy merchant and land speculator. He was a known business associate of Alexander Hamilton. The town of Fowler, New York is named after him. In 1793 he became the first treasurer of the New York chapter of the Society of Cincinnati.

117 - Preben Fabricius (1931-1984) and Jorgen Kastholm (1931-2007) three model Fk84 armchairs, Denmark. Designed 1965. Labeled on bottom. Aluminum, matte chrome plated steel, and black leather. 32" high, 28" wide, 20" deep, 16 1/2" seat height. Minor wear and scratches to upholstery. Age-appropriate wear.

118 - Herbert Fish (1855-1932, Massachusetts) Cows in stream landscape. 19th c. Oil on canvas painting. Signed lower right, "H. A. Fish, 1890(?)". Contemporary gold gilt frame. Some slight loss to gilding. 16" x 12" sight size. 22" x 18" overall. Good overall condition.

119 - Frank V. DuMond (1865-1951, New York, California) William Keith, A character study. Portrait of the head of a man. Graphite on paper. Signed with initials. Comes with estate stamp. Exhibited at Art Students' League of New York, October to November, 1987. Framed under glass.

120 - American Studio Craft armchair. Late 20th c. Laminated and carved cherry. Biomorphic or organic form. In the style of Wendell Castle and Micheal Coffey. Unsigned. 32" high, 21 1/2" wide, 22 deep. Seat height 17". Minor surface scratches and wear. Provenance: Purchased at New York Pier Show, 1994.

121 - American Studio Craft table. Late 20th c. Laminated and carved cherry. Biomorphic or organic form. Jointed construction. In the style of Wendell Castle and Micheal Coffey. Unsigned. 35" high, 12" wide, 14" diameter. Minor surface scratches and abrasions. Good overall condition. Wear consistent with age and use. Provenance: Purchased at New York Pier Show, 1994.

122 - Rare Rutherford B. Hayes oyster plate. Circa 1880. Designed by Theodore Russell Davis (1840-1894). Made by Haviland & Co, Limoges. Marked on underside with United States seal, FABRIQUE PAR HAVILAND & CO d'apres les dessin D E (in red), Theodore Davis printed signature, DESIGN PATENTED AUGUST 10th 1880, and H & Co over L. from the white house service. 8 3/4" diameter. Very good condition.

123 - Scrimshaw walking stick. 19th century. Made of whalebone, lignum vitae, rosewood shaft, 36" long, excellent condition.

124 - Joseph Goodhue Chandler (1813-1884, MA, NY) Portrait of Daniel Webster. Circa 1840s. Oil painting on canvas. Signed lower left. In a period carved walnut frame. Sight size 36" x 28 1/2", overall 41 1/2" x 34". Shows paint loss on edges, otherwise good condition. Provenance: Christie's New York, American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture. 09/22/1993. Lot 61.

125 - Harvey Ellis Stickley dining table and (6) chairs. Contemporary. Oak with Ellis style inlay. Pieces are signed "Stickley Handcraft Craftsmen, Manlius, New York". Brass plate displaying a joiner's compass as well as a burnt in Stickley mark. Six dining chairs, two with arms. Upholstered slip seats with craftsman style upholstery. The chairs are 40 1/2" - 42" high, 17 1/2" - 24" wide, 17" - 19" deep. Seat height 17 1/2". Original finish. Excellent condition. Rectangular dining table with inlaid top, signed on verso, has three 12 7/8" leaves. Table measures 30 3/4" high, 44" wide, 72" long. Excellent condition. Comes with three custom pads.

126 - Stickley oak breakfront china cabinet with Harvey Ellis style inlay on bottom doors. Contemporary. Top has three leaded glass panels. Two drawers over three cabinet doors. Original finish. 82 1/4" high, 58 1/4" wide, 20" deep. Good condition.

127 - Victorian wicker etagere probably Heywood Brothers Wakefield Company, late 19th century. Ornate mirrored crest, curlicue trim, six maple shelves, bird cage columns, and unusual inset ship-wheel design. Cabriole curlicue legs. Older natural finish. 70 1/2" high, 37 1/2" wide, 17" deep. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate. One of the finest pieces known to exist.

128 - Rare wicker art deco server with backsplash, probably Heywood Brother Wakefield Company, circa 1920, natural finish, wicker and mahogany. 48" wide, 46" high, 16" deep. Good overall condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

129 - Victorian wicker photographer's bench, probably Heywood Brothers Wakefield Company, circa 1898, ornate curlicue design, one arm and reclining bench seat, old white painted finish, 38" high, 36" wide, 17" deep. Good condition. Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

130 - Wicker center table. Late 19th century. Probably Wakefield Rattan Company. Extremely elaborate stick-and-ball galleries, curlicue trim with bird cage design on sides and legs. Oak top. Newer white painted finish. 30 1/2" high, 26" square top. Excellent condition. One of the most elaborate tables from the Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

131 - Wicker hanging shelf. Circa 1880. Original natural finish. Japonisme style. Two oak shelves with reed back and sides. 38" high, 25" wide, 8 1/2" deep. Overall very good condition. Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

132 - A fine Victorian wicker theme backed rocker. Circa 1890. Unknown maker. Original natural finish with unusual star cane sailboat design in back. Pressed cane seat 37" high, 25" wide, 27" deep with rocker. Seat depth 18". Very good condition. Pictured in the Smithsonian book "American Wicker" by Adamson, page 75. From the Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

133 - Rare wicker lamp table. Circa 1890. Unknown maker. Probably Massachusetts. Original natural finish. It has a maple top with a roll beaded edge. Extremely elaborate stick-and-ball sides. Unusual cabriole legs. 29" high, 31" wide, 22" deep. Very good condition. Maple 3-board top shows shrinkage and age separation. From the Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

134 - Victorian wicker stool. Circa 1890. Unknown maker. Original natural finish. Rolled edge with spiral turned legs. 9" high, 15" diameter. Excellent condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

135 - Art Deco wicker floor lamp. Circa 1920. Original factory paint. Probably Heywood Wakefield Company, Gardner, MA. It has a removable dome shaped shade. New appropriate electrical fixtures and cord. 75" high, 21" shade diameter, 14" square base. Excellent condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

136 - (3) Victorian wicker small hanging shelves. To include: A natural one tier shelf, maple with reed. Circa 1880. Original finish. 10" high, 12" wide, 6" deep. Excellent condition. A natural corner shelf, maple with reed. Circa 1880. Original finish. Excellent condition. 20" high, 12" wide, 9" deep. A corner shelf. Circa 1890. Curlicue and bead design. Three tiers. Old worn painted finish. 29" high, 18" wide, 12" deep. Good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

137 - A natural Victorian wicker music stand. Heywood Bros Wakefield Co. Circa 1898. Pictured in their 1898-99 catalog, No. 6437. It has three maple shelves. Curlicue and bead design. Polychrome green and brown paint highlights. Retains remnants of original label on bottom shelf. 37" high, 17" wide, 13" deep. Very good condition with age-appropriate wear to finish. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

138 - (5) Victorian wicker wall hanging pockets. 1) elaborate curlicue design and old white and gold paint. 16" high, 14" wide, 5" deep. 2) raffia with two individual pockets. Circa 1880. Original natural finish. 13 1/4" high, 10 1/4" wide, 4" deep. Overall good condition with some minor breaks on corner. 3) raffia and turned wood. Circa 1880. Original natural finish. Scroll design. 13" high, 11" wide, 4" deep. 4) also raffia. Circa 1880. Original natural finish. 15" high, 5" wide, 4" deep. Very good condition. 5) also raffia. Circa 1880. Original natural finish with green painted highlights. 12" high, 9" wide, 4 1/2" deep. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

139 - Rare wicker floor lamp. Circa 1910. Old white painted finish. Rare pagoda form removable shade. Newer electrical fixture and wiring. 72" high, 34" shade diameter, 16" base diameter. Good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

140 - Rare Victorian wicker hanging shelf. Circa 1890. Curlicue and bead design. Two small oval shelves over one large rectangular shelf. Newer white painted finish. 16" high, 48" wide, 10" deep. Good condition, some minor chipping to paint. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

141 - (2) rare Victorian wicker waste baskets. Circa 1898. The first, a curlicue and pinwheel design. Has original Heywood Bros Wakefield Co. label on bottom. Old original painted finish. 19" high, 15" wide, 11" deep. Shows minor scuffing and imperfections. Overall good condition. The second, an unusual woven heart motif design, surrounded by curls and beads. Original green factory paint. Remanent of old Heywood Bros Wakefield Co. label on bottom. 19" high, 15" wide, 11" deep. Minor cane loss and imperfections. Overall good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

142 - Extremely rare Victorian wicker etagere. Circa 1890. Original worn natural finish. It has four scalloped maple shelves of lyre design in the central crest, bird cage legs. Probably Massachusetts origin. 66" high, 31" wide, 18" deep. Overall good condition with some wear to finish. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

143 - Highly unusual Victorian wicker sewing basket. Retains Heywood Wakefield celluloid maker's label. Marked on bottom with Heywood Bros Wakefield Co. label. Has an unusual heart shaped top and bottom shelf. Original natural finish. 29" high, 18" wide, 18" deep. Overall good condition with minor imperfections. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

144 - Victorian wicker what-not stand. Circa 1890. Original natural finish. Has four maple shelves in an unusual woven ball-shaped top with bird cage legs. 59" high, 17" square at top. Shows minor losses to wicker and caning on feet. Brass caps from feet are missing. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

145 - (5) piece Victorian wicker parlor set. To include: A (4) piece parlor set. Heywood Bros. Wakefield Co. Circa 1898. Older green factory paint. To include: Shell backed settee with curl and bead design, pressed cane seat. 42" high, 41" wide, 18" deep. No. 6068F in the 1898-99 Heywood Bros Wakefield Co catalog. In excellent condition. A gentleman's armchair, shell shaped back, curl and bead design, pressed cane seat, 41" high, 26" wide, 19" deep. No. 6068A in the 1898-99 Heywood Bros Wakefield Co catalog. Good condition with minor reed losses. A rocker, 42" high, 26 1/2" wide, 34" deep. No. 6068D. Good condition. Next, a lamp table with woven table with curlicue design on legs. Has original Heywood Bros Wakefield Co label on bottom shelf. 27" high, 24" wide, 19" deep. Shows minor wear and scuffing. Along with a non-matching wicker bar or tea cart. Circa 1898. Has Heywood Bros Wakefield Co label on bottom, lift out glass tray, three tiers and wooden spoke wheels. Original green factory paint. 35" high, 40" wide, 22" deep. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

146 - (7) piece Art Deco wicker set. Circa 1910-12. By Merikord, the American Chair Company. Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Metal label attached to chaise. Constructed from a fiber material and has a very rare fan back design. In original factory paint. Orange paint with black trim and green highlights with newer upholstered seats. Consists of a chaise lounge which is 41" high, 36" wide, 72" long. It has an inset spring unit and foam cushion. Excellent condition. Oval center table with maple top which is 30" high, 51" wide, 24" deep. Excellent condition. End table with kidney shaped maple top and bottom wooden tier. 25" high, 29" wide, 15" deep. Very good condition. A large gentlemen's rocker. Also signed on back with metal label. It's 42" high, 37" wide, 33" deep with rocker. Excellent condition with minor wear to paint. A love seat measuring 45" high, 56" wide, 23" deep. Excellent condition with minor wear to paint. A low-end table with kidney shaped top measuring 8 1/2" high, 24" wide, 13" deep. Good condition, slight wear to paint. A gentlemen's armchair measuring 45" high, 35" wide, 23" deep. Very good condition, minor wear to paint. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

147 - Arts and Crafts style wicker center table. Circa 1910. Can also be used as a small dining table. Original natural finish. Quarter sawn octagonal oak top. Measures 29 1/2" high, top is 38" x 38". Excellent condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

148 - Unusual wicker floor lamp. American. Circa 1910. Removable scalloped shaped shade. Base comes apart in two pieces for convenience of shipping. Has original orange and black factory paint. Newer wiring. 70" high, 18" x 18" base. Shows loss to wrapping cane. Finial on cap has been repaired. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

149 - Victorian wicker rocker. Circa 1880. Heywood Bros & Co. Original natural factory finish with highlights in polychrome green paint. Retains original label on bottom. 39" high, 22" wide, 33" deep with rocker. Minor imperfections and cane loss. Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

150 - Rare Victorian wicker frame, circa 1890. Crown pediment, curlicue and star design. Old grey and black painted finish. Interior displays a broadside for the play Storm King. 42" high, 37" wide. Good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

151 - (2) Victorian wicker frames, circa 1890. Both are in original natural finish, the first sports a photograph of four gentlemen and has a curlicue design. 19" x 14", good condition with minor breaks on bottom right corner. The other contains an engraving by Phil de le Roche, 19" x 15 1/2", titled "Moses in the Bull Rushes". Several minor breaks in the edges. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

152 - Extremely rare Victorian wicker mirror, heart shaped with engraved glass floral and leaf design. R. H. engraved in the bottom of the mirror, more than likely the owner. 17 1/2" x 17". Good condition in original natural finish. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

153 - Rare Victorian wicker and gesso frame, circa 1890, in original gold paint with a central roundel displaying a gouache of a sailboat before a moonlit sky. Signed lower right M. de Graff. 27 1/2" x 27". Good condition with minor paint and gesso loss. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

154 - (2) matching rare wicker Victorian frames, circa 1890. Oak, wicker, and gesso trim. Both display pastel landscapes. 22 3/4" x 36 1/2". Overall very good condition. One or two trim beads missing, some scuffing. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

155 - Rare Victorian wicker frame, circa 1890. Oak, wicker, and gold gesso trim. Original natural finish. Frame houses a pastel lake landscape with a single figure in a boat. Signed illegibly lower left. 23" x 37". Good condition.

156 - Steuben crystal sculpture entitled Sancta Virgo by Donald Pollard, Intaglio cut sculpture with winged angels and Madonna, signed Steuben, 1965, 9" high, 7" wide, along with custom wooden stand. Comes with a custom fitted red leather case and a leather bound portfolio dedicating this piece to Janet Barton Morgan with a photo of her inside.

157 - Japanese bronze articulated lobster, 19th century, Meiji period, Okimono, unsigned, fully jointed and movable, missing one leg. 2 1/2" high, 15 1/2" long, 6" wide.

158 - (84) Copeland Spode India Tree pattern service for 12, shaped edges, to include: 12 10 1/8" dinner plates, 12 7 7/8" salad plates, 12 6 5/8" bread plates, 12 6" saucers, 1 with chip, 12 8" soup bowls, 12 5 1/4" dessert bowls, 1 with chip, 12 3 1/2" diameter cups. Some show interior crazing.

159 - Pair of continental baroque brass sconces, 18th century, embossed floral design with 3 candlestick arms. Two-part construction, 41" high, 20 1/2" wide.

160 - Continental Baroque fruitwood cabinet. 17th century. Carved molded top, doors over drop-front panel flanked by 2 small doors evolving in carved shoe feet. Original painted finish, old iron locks. Shows old insect damage, age-appropriate wear. 33 3/4" high, 36 1/4" wide, 12" deep.

161 - (2) yellow slip decorated redware trenches. Late 18th/early 19th c. Similar decoration. Shows chipping to rims. Crimped edge. Some scratching. No cracks. 3" high, 16 1/4" wide and 10 3/4" deep.

162 - (1) redware yellow slip glazed bowl. Late 18th/early 19th c. Possibly New Jersey. In good overall condition. 2 1/4" high, 12 1/4-1/2" diameter.

163 - (2) redware yellow slip decorated bowls. Late 18th/early 19th c. The first is trencher style. 3" high, 16 1/2" wide, 11" deep with crimped border. Shows chips to rim. Repeating S and stripe design. The second is a round bowl with a line design. 2 7/8" high, 8 1/2" diameter. No visible damage.

164 - (3) redware yellow slip glazed bowls. Late 18th/early 19th c. 2" - 21/4" high, 11 3/4" - 12" diameter. Two with crimped borders. Both show some roughage to rim. Some glaze loss and scratching.

165 - Painted pine bucket shelf. 19th century. Mortise and tenon construction. Two shelves. Back splash. Cut out ends. Greenish grey paint. 43 3/4" high, 47 3/4" wide, 15 1/2" deep.

166 - A collection of (5) redware yellow slip glazed bow 18th/early 19th c. Various geometric designs. 8" - 8 1/2" diameter. Crimped rims. Three with slight rim chips. Good overall condition.

167 - (4) redware slip glazed bowls. 18th/19th century. (3) with crimped borders. 1" to 1 1/2" high, 9" to 11" diameter. All have some roughage to borders/ rims. No cracks. One from Huntington, Long Island. The other from Pennsylvania.

168 - (6) redware storage jars. Early 19th century. Graduated size. 6 1/2" to 10" high, 3 5/8" to 5 7/8" diameter. Some show minor roughage to rims. Good overall condition.

169 - Redware barrel-form brandy keg. 19th century. Band design with two holes. 13 3/4" high, 10" diameter. Good overall condition.

170 - (8) similar Rhode Island William & Mary side chairs. Early to mid-18th century. Chestnut and maple yoke and banister back chairs. Old refinished condition. Replaced rush seats. 38"-39" high, 19 1/2" wide, 15" deep. Seat height 15 1/2" to 16" seat height. Condition consistent with age and use. Some chairs are loose. Provenance: From Tiverton, RI estate of C. Hazard Durfee (1917-2003) by descent in the Durfee and Hazard family.

171 - (3) redware handled ovoid crocks. Early 19th century. 9" with stamped design border. Shows minor chipping to rim and base. 9 1/2" with incised rim and minor roughage to rim. 11" with cover, crimped ring design. Very minor roughage to rim and base.

172 - (4) redware items. Early 19th century. To include: 8" handled pitcher. Slight roughage to rim. 8 1/2" handled ovoid jar. Crimped and incised ring design. Slight roughage to rim. 10" storage jar. Some glaze loss. Chips to rim. Incised ring design. 12 3/4" storage jar. Chip to base. Scratching to glaze.

173 - Redware ovoid covered jar. 18th/ 19th century. Possibly made in Bristol County, Massachusetts. 10 1/4" high, 8" diameter. No visible damage.

174 - (2) redware handled pitchers. Early 19th century. Strap style handles. Black glaze. 11 1/2" high pitcher shows some glaze loss to rim and small chip to base. 10 1/2" pitcher shows chips to rim and base.

175 - Pine long bench. 19th century. Cutout ends and shaped front. Old red and green painted surface. Mortise and tenon construction. 18" high, 103" long, 20 1/4" deep.

176 - (3) redware banks. 19th century. (2) marked Savings Bank. Some slight roughage to glazing. 6 3/4" to 7" high, 6 7/8" to 7" wide, 4" deep. Another with turned column front on turned legs. Shaped top. Top shows large chip to corner and three knobs as is. Graniteware finish. 7 1/2" high, 7" wide, 3 1/4" deep.

177 - Redware harvest jug. Early 19th century. A glazed jug with handle and two spouts. Possibly made in New Bedford, Massachusetts. 9" high, 6" diameter. Minor chipping to base, smaller spout restored.

178 - (2) blown glass storage jars. Early 19th century. Both with open pontils. To include: 9" high amethyst jar, 3 3/4" x 4 1/2". A 9 1/2" pale yellow, 4 1/4" x 4 1/4" with crack.

179 - A tall tapered bucket/ churn. 19th century. Old blue-green painted finish. Iron band supports. Two bands missing. 21" high, approx. 13" diameter.

180 - Hepplewhite farm table. Early 19th century. Two board scrub top. Red painted peg base, tapered legs. 30" high, 64" wide, 33" deep.

181 - Collection of stone fruit with painted trencher. Early 19th century. A carved wood painted trencher with approximately 50+ pieces of painted and carved stone fruit, nuts, figs, peaches, lemons, plaster melon, and wood nut. 5" high, 27" wide, 11 1/2" deep.

182 - New England theorem, early 19th century, oil painting on cloth, basket of fruit, old gilt frame. Unsigned, but old paper on back identifies the painter as being Belindy Herbert Seavey in the year 1821, when she was 16 years old. 17 1/2" x 19 3/4", overall.

183 - Grain painted dome top box, 19th century, dovetailed pine construction, original lock. Split to top, otherwise good overall condition. 12 1/4" high, 26 1/4" wide, 13" deep.

184 - (4) English Delft plates, 18th century, to include a polychrome 8" plate with bird decoration, a polychrome plate with Asian design, 9" diameter, has crack, a polychrome bowl floral design, chip, 8 3/4" diameter, and a monochrome bowl with floral center, shows chips and restoration, 8 7/8" diameter. From the Gauthier collection.

185 - (6) New England fan back Windsor side chairs, assembled set, 7-spindle back, turned splay legs, old refinished condition. 36 1/2" high, 22 1/2" wide, 18" deep, 17 1/2" seat height. Average condition, some show repairs, several need tightening up.

186 - (6) wrought iron lighting devices, 18th/19th century, to include a rare hanging ratchet trammel pushup candlestick rush light 26 3/4", 42" high, two adjustable trammel candleholders, 15" to 23" high, two hanging candlestick holders, 13" to 15" high, along with a hanging Betty lamp, 15 1/2" high, 4 1/2" x 4 3/4".

187 - Figural cherry candlestand, 18th century, turned top and shaft, snake legs, old refinished condition, 29 1/2" high, 17 1/2" diameter top.

188 - (2) blue painted items, 19th century, to include a stool with "H" stretcher base, 19" high, 14 1/2" x 14 1/2" and handled berry scoop with wood tines, 7 1/2" high, 11" wide, 13 3/4" deep, crack to base of tines.

189 - Masonic firing glass, early 19th century, gilt masonic design, 3 1/2" high, 2 5/8" diameter at base, blown with rough pontil.

190 - Painted pine bucket bench/dry sink, 19th century, nailed construction, cut-out book-jack ends, old grayish dry painted finish. Dry sink top over shelf. Good condition. 38" high, 36" wide, 18" deep.

191 - Chinese export porcelain dinner service, blue and white, 56 pieces, early 19th century, floral designs, to include twelve 8 3/4" bowls, fourteen 7 1/2" plates, eighteen 9" plates, four platters, 7" x 10 1/4", four platters 8 1/4" x 11 1/2", four platters 9 3/4" x 12 3/4". Minor rim roughage. One bowl, 1 large plate and 1 small plate all have hairline cracks.

192 - Mezzotint titled "America", early 19th century published August 14, 1801, Saffron Hill, London, old frame, 16 1/4" x 12 1/4" overall.

193 - Cast iron coffee grinder, double wheel #7 by Enterprise, 19th century, original wooden drawer and worn painted finish, 21 1/2" high, 17 1/2" wide, 17" deep. Missing its finial.

194 - (3) Chinese export porcelain plates. Late 18th/ early 19th century, 2 Famille Verte with Chinese fir tree centers, 8 7/8" diameter. Along with a shaped armorial plate, floral design border, 9 1/2" diameter. One with small chip.

195 - Exceptional Roxbury tall case clock. Late 18th century. Unsigned, arch top, restored fretwork, overlapping husk inlay plinths, painted iron dial with shields, moon phase, brass 8 day works, mahogany case with satinwood inlaid quarter columns, door with inlaid feather motif and floral and band inlays, base with oval urn inlay. Door with repair history dating to 1832. Ogee bracket feet with spur, original finish, weight driven, brass finials. The finely inlaid case is attributed to Elisha Cushing, Jr. of Hingham, Massachusetts. The dial was probably painted by Nolen & Curtis of Boston, MA. Descended through a Massachusetts family. 92 1/2" high, 19 1/4" wide, 9 3/4" deep.

196 - Needlework Sampler by Sarah Berry, 19th century, worked in her 11th year of her age, July 8th, 1819, 2 verses, angels, baskets of fruit, potted flowers, trees, animals, floral border. 16" x 16" sight size, 19" x 19 1/4" overall. Good condition.

197 - Tavern table, 18th/19th century, molded square legs, pegged walnut base, pine one board bread band top has split. Old refinished condition. 28" high, 40 1/2" wide, 26 1/2" deep. Overall good condition.

198 - (2) Needlework samplers, early 19th century, dated 1827 and 1828, both by Martha Purchase, One with triple alphabet and numbers, floral designs, dated September 25, 1827, in later walnut frame, 13 3/4" x 12" sight size, overall 19" x 17". The other needlework on silk has 2 verses, floral border, house trees, urns and baskets with fruit and flowers, birds, etc., dated October 8, 1828, shows loss to borders, color bleed, 13" x 13" sight size, overall 17" x 17", in split column wooden frame.

199 - (2) Needlework samplers, 19th century, two alphabets and numbers by Mary Randall, 8 3/4" x 8 3/4" sight size, overall 12" x 12" in wooden frame. Along with an unframed sampler by Mary Jane Gerrard, aged 12 years, June 14, 1867, double alphabet, unfinished, 17" high, 8" wide.

200 - Queen Anne flat top highboy. 18th century. Figured maple and cherry. Dovetail construction. Double arch molded drawers. 67" high, 38 1/4" wide, 19 1/4" depth overall. The case is 34 3/4". Older refinished condition. Base shows restoration. Old replaced brass. Some loss to drawer edges, and one acorn drop-finial missing.

201 - (5) painted tole ware tin boxes, 19th century, ranging from 2" to 6 3/4" high by 3" to 9 1/4" wide by 2" to 5" deep. Original paint. Boxes show some wear and paint loss, but overall good condition.

202 - (2) iron bound kegs, in old blue painted finish, 19th century. One measures 3 1/2" diameter, 5 1/4" long, the other is 7 /4" diameter, 12" long. Shows age appropriate wear, good overall condition.

203 - (2) painted gameboards. One is double sided. 19th century. Each measure 18 1/4" x 18 1/4". One is green, red and white, other side is blue, red and yellow. Other is red, black and natural wood.

204 - (6) wallpapered hatboxes, early to mid-19th century, to include a small oval wooden box, dated 1822, 3" high, 7 1/4" wide, a cardboard box, dated 1838, 6 1/2" high, 14 1/4" wide, a cardboard box, 10" high, 15" wide, a cardboard box, dated 1864, 10 1/2" high, 16" wide, a wooden box, oval, dated 1838, 10 1/2" high, 18 1/2" wide, and a 1867 cardboard box, 12" high, 18" wide.

205 - Carved wooden painted figural head, possibly a woman, 19th century, possibly off a ship, remnants of original paint as well as some repaint, 11" high, 9" deep, 6" wide. Shows substantial loss to neck.

206 - Carved wooden head of a gentleman, 19th century, original paint, approximately 10 1/2" high, 5" wide, 7 1/2" deep. Possibly a milliner's head. Good overall condition, some paint loss and denting.

207 - Ship diorama. 19th/ 20th century. Four masted vessel under sail. Quality painted background. Background painted with island, ships, light house etc. Comes with glass front, not shown. 24" high, 45 1/4" wide and 10 1/4" deep. Overall good condition.

208 - William C Ehrig (1892-1969, Maine) coastal seascape painting. Oil on canvas. Rocky shore seascape. 28" x 38" sight size. 35 1/2" x 45 1/4" overall. Signed lower right,

209 - Scrimshaw busk. Early 19th c. Sailor made whalebone. Heart shaped top with various trees and plant designs. 11 1/4" high x 1 5/8" wide.

209a - Scrimshaw busk. 19th c. Has a geometric star and shield design. Sailor made whalebone. 13 1/2" long. 1 3/4" wide. Shows two small age cracks to the upper right corner. Nice color.

210 - Sailor's Valentine in a rectangular gilt frame. With hinged frame front. 12" x 19" sight size. Floral heart and anchor designs. Case is 3" deep. In embossed in gold gilt gesso frame 17" x 24".

211 - Nantucket Lightship basket, 19th century, round with swing handle, original label. Made by Captain Andrew J. Sandsbury, 1830-1902. Made onboard South Shoal Lightship. Sold by George R. Folger, 18 Pearl Street, Nantucket. 9 1/2" high, overall 9 3/4" diameter. Rim wrap and minor loss to caning.

212 - Cased Azorean whale boat model under sail with complete rig. 20th century. Original painted finish, 15" high, 19" wide, 4" deep. Case size 17 3/4" high, 24 1/2" wide, 11 1/2" deep.

213 - Model sailing yacht, 19th/20th century, mahogany plank construction, original cloth sails, 39" high, 37" long, 10 1/2" deep. Mounted on base, natural finish.

214 - Whaling aquatint, Page, William (American, 1811-1885), Hulsart, Cornelius B. Capturing a Sperm Whale. Print is respectfully inscribed by Cornelius B. Hulsart, who lost an arm on board their ship Superior while engaged in the whale fishery in the Pacific Ocean. Hand colored aquatint by John Hill (1770-1850). After painting by Page, this is believed to be 1st American made whaling prints. Some toning, no margins visible. Sight size 9" high x 12 3/4" wide. Nicely framed and under glass, overall 18" high x 22" wide. Deaccessioned from the New Bedford Whaling Museum.

215 - George III mahogany writing table, inlaid lift-top, fitted interior with lift-tops, old finish, original brass pull. 28 1/2" high, 31 3/4" wide, 21" deep.

216 - Charles Russ (1825-1920) oil painting on canvas, river landscape, sight size 18" x 30", signed lower right and dated 1875. In a beaded gilt gesso frame, 21 3/4" x 33 1/2", has been lined, UV light shows some inpainting, approximately 10% inpainted. Provenance: The Collection of Frederic and Jean Sharf.

217 - Brass Honesty tobacco box, 19th century, English, 1850, coin operated, double sided, ball-foot, brass handle. 6 1/2" high, 9" wide, 4 1/4" deep. Needs adjustment.

218 - (10) English Delft plates and bowl, 18th century tin glazed earthenware with blue and white decoration. Most from Gauthier collection, London. 8 1/2" to 9" diameter. Some edges show chipping and restoration.

219 - Alpine Landscape. 19th century. Oil painting on paper of a landscape with goat herder, goats and rustic buildings, unsigned, sight size 5 3/4" x 7 3/4". In a 19th century walnut frame 10 1/4" x 12". This highly detailed painting resembles the work of the noted German artist Heinrich Burkel who is known for his very detailed mountain landscapes.

220 - George III mahogany 1 drawer table, Queen Anne style legs, oak secondary, old brasses, old refinished condition. 27 3/4" high, 30" wide, 18 3/4" deep.

221 - 14kt and 10kt 12 piece gold jewelry: to include 14kt bird bar and brooch pins, 3/4" to 2 1/4" wide, 1 1/8" high cross, etc. 23 dwt total weight. Along with 3 pieces of 10kt gold to include bar pin, collar button and pendant, 1/2" to 1 1/2" long. 1.3 dwt total weight. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

222 - Pair of 14kt gold Wall Street Bull & Bear cufflinks, with ruby eyes. 19.72 grams. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

223 - (16) sterling silver pendants by Flora, Fauna & WO, naturalist nautical designs, 1 1/4 to 3" long. Shells, fish, seahorse, duck, etc. Tag included with 7 of them. Total weight 7.49 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

224 - Jose de Rivera (1904-1985) stainless steel pin, 4 1/2" wide. Signed on verso.

225 - Everett MacDonald (Laguana Beach, CAL) sterling and 14kt with cultured pearl ring, size 2 1/4. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

226 - Navajo sterling and turquoise squash blossom necklace. 20th century. 25" long. Total weight 5.99 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

227 - Sterling and spiney oyster bracelet by John Renner, and E & C Fierro. 2" high, 2 1/2" wide. Total weight 4.13 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

228 - (3) piece Bobby Thompson Navajo turquoise and red coral set to include a necklace, bracelet and matching ring. 20th century. Ring is size 4, bracelet 2 1/4" wide, necklace approximately 17" long, signed. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

229 - 14kt diamond solitaire ring, size 5. Approximately 2 carat diamond. Total weight 2.9 grams. Not GIA certified. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

230 - 12kt white gold diamond and emerald necklace/brooch. Four large diamonds, approximately 33 small diamonds, facetted treated emeralds, has removable necklace section transforming into a brooch. Probably custom made in Guatemala. 2" high, 3/4" wide. Necklace is 15" long. The small chain is gold filled. Total weight 13.8 grams. Not GIA certified. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

231 - 18kt diamond and pink sapphire lady's ring, size 6 1/2. Total weight 5.8 dwt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

232 - 18kt gold ring, size 7 3/4, with garnet and topaz stones. Total weight 10 grams. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

233 - 18kt gold unusual shape designer ring, size 7 1/2, 6.72 grams. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

234 - 14kt white gold tested, diamond and sapphire ring, size 6 3/4. Total weight 5.2 grams total weight. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

235 - (2) 14kt gold cocktail rings, one size 6 3/4, the other size 7. One is moissanite and garnet, the other pink sapphire and amethyst. Total weight 13 grams. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

236 - Vintage platinum diamond and sapphire bracelet, approximately 20 diamonds, clean with good color, 4 plus carat total diamond weight. 7" long. Total weight 18.54 grams. Not GIA certified.

237 - 18kt white gold diamond and emerald lady's ring. Size 7. Square cut emerald surrounded by 2 rings of diamonds. Not GIA certified. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

238 - 14kt gold (tested) hard stone cameo ring. Size 7 1/4. Cameo measures 7/8" diameter. Total weight 9.7 grams. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

239 - Pair of heavy 14kt gold Houston Astrodome cufflinks. Inscribed John C. Storey. 30.71 grams. The cufflinks are small scale models of the Astrodome. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

239a - Houston Astros memorabilia circa 1960's, to include copper Astrodome box with cork lining, 3 piece brass Astrodome cufflinks and Astrodome tie clips, along with Astro World tie clip and a 1967 MLB All Star game press pin for the Angels, and a key to the City of Houston, Louie Welsh Mayor. 1 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide, 4" deep.

240 - 14kt gold open face pocket watch, 17 jewels, by Hodgson Kennard & Co. Boston, in original leather box. Box has broken hinge. Monogrammed HFS, 1 3/4" diameter. Total weight 52.69 grams. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

240a - (3) 5 dollar gold Indian Head coins, 1908, 1909, 1912 AU/UNC condition, not professionally graded. Each weigh 8.3 grams. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

240b - (2) 5 dollar gold Liberty Head coins, 1886S, 1898, AU/UNC condition, not professionally graded. Weigh 8.3 grams each. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

241 - (3) Massachusetts bank notes to include 1833 Taunton Bank one dollar, The Mattapan Bank 1849 three dollar note and 1863 Northampton one dollar bill, framed. Bill size 6 1/2" to 7" wide, 2 3/4" to 3" high. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

242 - McKinley National Currency Series 1902, Taunton Blue Ten Dollar Seal Note, together with Taunton postcard, good overall condition, 3 1/8" high, 7 1/4" wide. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

243 - 1981 Belize $100 Franklin Mint gold coin, 6.21 grams of 500/1000 gold in original vinyl case with paperwork. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

244 - (2) 22 kt gold coins to include a 1982 and a 1984 Canadian $100 proof coins in original cases and paperwork. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

245 - Columbian Quincentenary 3-coin proof set to include $5 gold, $1 silver and 1/2 dollar clad, in original box with paperwork. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

246 - 1897 Liberty head double eagle $20 gold piece, xf/au. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

247 - (2) Commemorative Olympic coins to include 1988 $5 gold piece along with 1992 3-piece Olympic coin set to include a $5 gold piece, a silver dollar and a clad 1/2 dollar. Both in original cases with paperwork. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

248 - (9) U.S. silver dollars, 6 Morgans to include 1900-O, 1896, 1890, 1885, 1880, 1879, and 3 Peace dollars to include 1925, (2) 1924, all in circulated condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

249 - $150 face value 1964 Kennedy half dollars in uncirculated rolls. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

250 - A spectacular aviary. 19th c. In the form of a grand Chateau. 57" high x 54" x 40". It is very unique in that it consists of four separate cages within one large aviary. The impressive four large turrets are designed to spin allowing seed and water to be added without disturbing the beautiful, winged tenants. Also, the house is uniquely designed allowing the center sections the ability to be removed allowing the birds visitation privileges. The design also includes four screened doors for easy placement and removal of the tenants as well as decorative faux painted attic doors. Supposedly this beautiful home at one point also had decorative awnings. This is an incredibly unique one-of-a-kind item for the bird enthusiast or simply as a beautiful designed architectural model of the period for one's home or garden. Has some minor wear and imperfections. This antique piece is in fair to good condition and has been in storage for over twenty-five years.

251 - (86) pieces of Sterling silver. To include 57 piece Wallace flatware partial set, Grand Colonial consisting twelve 6" teaspoons, twelve 7" spoons, twelve 7 1/4" forks, seven 6 1/2" forks, twelve 9" weighted dinner knives, two 6 1/4" weighted handle butter knives, also Gorham King George pattern pieces to include six 7" forks, six 7 1/8" spoons, monogrammed, six Reed & Barton La Splendide 4 1/8" demitasse spoons, six 6" oyster forks, an Alvin Orange Blossom demitasse spoon, damaged, Alvin nut spoon 4 3/4", hand hammered 8" knife, two Napier bottle labels 2 1/2" wide. Total weighable silver 86.09 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

252 - (2) Gorham silver mugs, 19th century to include a 3 1/2" high sterling mug with dedication, 6.54 ozt and a coin silver mug 3 1/4" high, monogrammed Maria Fowler Harris, 3.14 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

253 - (2) silver items to include a Georgian berry spoon, 8 5/8" long, William Gley, 1801, together with unmarked engraved 6 1/2" goblet with basket of flowers designs, engraved S. Bowen Evans. Total weight 7.16 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

254 - Henrik Moller (1858-1937) figural silver master salt, stylized dragon design, marked H. Moller, 830 Trondjem, 2 1/8" high, 4 3/4" long, 2" deep. 1.96 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

255 - (45) American coin silver spoons. 19th century. To include 38 teaspoons, approximately 6" long, a 6 3/4" sugar shell, a 6" sugar shovel, a 5" sauce ladle, 4" and 4 1/2" salt spoons, two 8 1/2" tablespoons. 23.81 ozt total weight, various makers. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

256 - Joseph Morris Raphael (1869-1950, Calif, Europe), still-life, skull, book and candle, 16" x 24", unframed. Live, studied San Francisco School of Design, some inpainting (approximately 15% inpainted).

257 - Rare cast iron lobster doorstop, 1920's, original paint, 13" high, 6 1/2" wide, 3" deep. Age appropriate wear.

258 - Rare cast iron lobster doorstop, 1920's, original paint, 13" high, 6" wide, 2 1/2" deep.

259 - Oversized cast iron turkey doorstop, 1920's original paint, good condition, 12" high, 11" wide, 3 1/4" deep.

260 - George III bow front mahogany server with two drawers. Old refinished condition. Tapered legs. 37" high, 40 1/2" wide, 20 1/2" deep. Age-appropriate wear. Top shows repair to veneer.

261 - Room size floor rug, Herez. Early 20th c. Rug measures 9' 8" x 12' 8". Shows overall even wear and several low spots.

262 - Cast iron figural doorstop, after 1920s, crouching Asian man, rare form, old retouched painted surface, 9" high, 7 1/2" wide, 5" deep.

262a - The Old Salt doorstop. Circa 1910. A vintage cast iron doorstop. Retouched paint. 11 1/2" high.

263 - Oriental rug, silk, 20th century hexagonal center medallion, floral border, signed on border, 5' 3" x 3' 2". Good overall condition.

264 - Oriental rug, Caucasian scatter rug, circa 1910, rectangular geometric design flanked by floral borders, some minor wear, 5' 2" x 3' 2".

265 - Oriental rug, antique Caucasian, three hexagonal central medallions with geometric borders, geometric camels, 5' 1" x 2' 11". Shows areas of wear to center and edges.

266 - Oriental rug, semi-antique mahal, blue field with floral designs, 6' 7" x 4' 5", shows light overall wear, unraveling to border.

266a - Oriental Akstafa rug, semi-antique Caucasian, unusual geometric block design, stylized animals in border, 6' 3" x 3' 8". Overall even wear.

267 - Vintage Concord chronograph wristwatch, Swiss made, 17 jewels, retailed by Brooks Brothers. Ticks for 15 seconds then stops. 1 3/8" diameter, circa 1947, stainless steel case. Some scratches to back, light surface pitting. Missing wristband. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

268 - (2)14kt gold watches, Waltham open face pocket watch, 19 jewels, not working missing crystal and hands, monogrammed, 1 3/4" diameter, along with lady's white gold and diamonds, wristwatch by Eloga, 17 jewels, Swiss, 1", not working. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

269 - Ebel stainless steel lady's watch with gold finished face, 18kt gold trim, Swiss made, currently not working. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

270 - 14kt gold Cartier Concord gold wristwatch round, white, black Roman numeral markers, Swiss made, genuine lizard band. 32 mm. Jeweled winder. Currently working but not guaranteed. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

271 - Rolex oyster perpetual datejust 36 mm watch, circa 1969. Self-winding, stainless steel. Currently working but not guaranteed. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

272 - 14kt gold men's watch LeCoultre Master Mariner, Roman numerals, day and date, self-winding, 1 5/16 diameter, black leather strap. Currently working but not guaranteed. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

273 - 14kt gold Tiffany & Co. men's Atlas watch, French made, self-winding, 1 5/16" diameter. Tiffany brown leather strap. Currently working but not guaranteed.

274 - 18kt gold Movado men's watch with Roman numerals, Swiss made, old leather band. 17 jewels, manual wind, 1 1/4" diameter. Currently working but not guaranteed. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

275 - (2) silver crabs. One is sterling, 1" high x 3" wide, marked 999, Englehard, Spain, with a gold washed interior, 1.67 ozt. The other box is an articulated crab 3" high, 6 1/2" wide, 3 1/2" deep, hinged top opening to original paper labels. Marked Sevilla 1966. Marked 710 with star touch mark, jointed with movable parts. 4.15 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

276 - .800 silver lobster form bottle opener, finely detailed. In custom fitted Italian leather case. 5 1/2" long. 3.37 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

277 - Cartier Sterling Silver Christmas ornaments to include a drum, a French horn, trombone, banjo, trumpet, a harp and a bell. Approximately 1 1/2" to 4" long. Total weight 6.32 ozt. Trumpet is weighted. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

278 - (12) pieces of Sterling silver, to include: four 1 3/8" high shakers, 5 3/4" diameter footed bowl, 6 1/4" shell dish, 12" wide Gorham bread tray, 3" wide coasters, 6" diameter dish with liner, 2 porringers (4" x 4 1/2" diameter) 37.28 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

279 - (3) pieces of Tiffany sterling silver, to include: a 2 3.4" baby mug with dents, 6 5/8" shoe horn, 7 7/8" tongs with bird talon grips. Good condition. 10.35 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

280 - (32) pieces of sterling silver flatware, to include: 17 matching ( 8 forks, 2 tablespoons, 7 teaspoons), set of 6 monogrammed teaspoons, 4 matching teaspoons, 2 tablespoons (monogrammed) 2 matching engraved, one odd fork. 47.35 ozt. Good condition, but many are monogrammed. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

281 - (56) pieces of sterling silver, to include: 16 souvenir spoons, 6 engraved teaspoons, tablespoons, 3 ladles, sugar shell, 5 forks, etc. Some show dents and monograms. 34 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

282 - (6) sterling and coin silver salts, to include: a pair of Gorham coin master salts, with medallion head design, 2 1/4" high. Two sets of English sterling silver open salts, 1 1/4" high, and two pepper shakers, 4" high. 11.8 ozt. Gorham salts show wear and are slightly bent. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

283 - (57) piece Reed & Barton Francis I pattern flatware set, service for 8+. To include: eight 7" dinner forks, eight 6" salad forks, nine 6" soup spoons, nine 6" teaspoons, nine 5 7/8" butter knives, eight 9 1/4" silver handled dinner knives, one 9" serving fork, one 6 1/2" ladle, one 6 1/4" sugar spoon, one 8 1/4" tablespoon, one 8 1/4" cranberry jelly server, one 10" silver handled cake knife. No monograms, good overall condition. 72.69 ozt, plus 9 handles. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

284 - (158) piece Dominick and Haff sterling silver flatware set, in the Queen Anne pattern, most pieces are monogrammed with a script monogram. To include: twelve 7 1/2" dinner forks, twelve 6 3/4" luncheon forks, twelve 6" salad forks, twelve 6 3/4" soup spoons, thirteen 6" teaspoons, twelve 5 3/4" butter knives, twelve 5 1/4" bouillon spoons, eight 5 3/8" ice cream spoons, nine 5 1/2" cocktail forks, eight 5 3/4" dessert forks, ten 4 1/2" demitasse spoons, three 8" tablespoons, one 8 1/2" serving spoons, one 8" serving spoon, one 6" sugar spoon, one 6" ladle, one 4 1/2" sugar tongs, one 5 3/4" fork, one 10 3/4" fish knife, one 9 3/4" carving knife, one 10 1/2" carving knife, two 9" carving forks, twelve 8 1/2" silver handled knives, twelve 9 1/4" silver handled knives. 147.05 ozt, plus 29 handles. In a large fitted mahogany case. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

285 - Heirloom sterling silver flatware set, (66) pieces in the Damask Rose pattern. To include: eight 7" dinner forks, eight 6 1/2" salad forks, fifteen 6" teaspoons, eight 7 1/2" ice teaspoons, eight 6 1/2" soup spoons, four 8 1/4" tablespoons, one 6 3/4" butter spreader, one 6" sugar spoon, eight 8 3/4" silver handled knives, one 8 3/4" silver handled carving form. 62.69 ozt, plus 9 handles. Good condition. Comes in a fitted wooden case. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

286 - (85) piece Reed & Barton sterling silver flatware set in the Marlborough pattern. To include: fifteen 5 3/4" butter knives, five 8 1/8" tablespoons, fifteen 7" dinner forks (6 are monogrammed), fourteen 6" salad forks (6 are monogrammed), sixteen 5 3/4" teaspoons (6 are monogrammed, one is bent and has scratches), six 5 3/4" soup spoons, fourteen 9" silver handled dinner knives. 84.30 ozt pluz 14 handles. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

287 - (43) piece sterling silver flatware set, Reed & Barton autumn leaves pattern, to include: ten 7 1/2" sinner forks, ten 6 3/4" salad forks, eight 6" teaspoons, three 8 1/2" tablespoons, one 7 1/4" silver handle butter spreader, two 6 3/4" butter knives, nine 9" silver handle dinner knifes. 44.56 ozt. Very good condition, come with a fitted oak case. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

288 - (65)-piece coin silver spoon lot, to include: 50 teaspoons, 15 tablespoons. Some of the makers include M. Harding, Adams and Farnsworth, R. Beauvais Saint Louis, Palmer and Bachelders, and D. Blake & Co Providence, and others. Mostly 19th c. 50.02 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

289 - Samuel Kirk, 16 coin silver tablespoons, 8 1/2" - 9" long, marked SK 11 oz. 53.33 ozt, monogrammed on verso. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

290 - Italian sterling silver 3-piece smoking set, to include: a lighter, cigarette holder, and ash tray, (3) knives. Marked Italy, 925. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

291 - (6) piece sterling silver lot. 20th century. To include: Cartier drum form whiskey tumbler box with tumbler, 3 1/2" high. Cartier tongs, 18th c. style, 5 1/2" long. Cartier wine bottle coaster, grape design, turned wooden base, 2 1/2" high, 6" deep. Wooden handled gravy boat, 4" high, 7" wide. English silver drum-form shaker, 1 1/2" diameter, 1 1/4" high. Shell form hinged box, 1 1/2" long. 16.17 ozt, which includes the gravy boat with the wooden handle but does not include the coaster with the wooden base. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

292 - (36) Reed & Barton Francis I sterling silver flatware, to include: eight 7 1/4" dinner forks, eight 6 1/8" salad forks, eight 5 3/4" teaspoons, one 6 1/4" sugar spoon, one 8" serving fork, one 7" silver handle butter spreader, one 6 1/2" butter knife. Eight 9" silver handle dinner knives. 40.09 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

293 - Gorham (39) piece partial sterling flatware set in the Buttercup pattern. To include: 1) two 7 1/2" long forks, 2) five 7" long forks, 3) eight 6 1/4" long salad forks, 4) six 6 1/4" long soup spoons, 5) one 5 7/8" long teaspoon, 6) one 4 3/4" long nut spoon, 7) one 6" long sugar spoon, 8) one 5 1/2" long sauce ladle, 9) one 6 1/4" long gravy ladle, 10) one 8 1/2" long serving spoon, 11) twelve 8 3/4" long handled dinner knives. 33.7 total ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

294 - Mexican Vigueras sterling silver bowl with a grape motif border. 2 3/4" high, 7 1/4" diameter. Good condition with monogram. 15.46 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

295 - (6) sterling silver serving pieces to include: two Gorham serving forks, Rondo pattern, 9" long. Two Mexican sterling serving pieces (fork and spoon) 8 3/4" long. An ornate pie server, 10 1/2" long, slightly bent handle. A fork with an ornate floral design, 8 3/4" long. 20.89 total ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

296 - Georgian silver asparagus tongs, marked R. C. with lion passant and monarch's head. 10 1/2" long. 4.98 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

297 - (3) sterling silver serving pieces, to include: 1) a large Reed and Barton "Les Six Fleurs" spoon, 9 3/4" long. 2) a Reed and Barton openwork serving fork in the l'Elegante pattern, 9 3/8" long. 3) Gorham pasta server in the Lovecaster pattern, 8 1/8" long. 11.31 total ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

298 - (10) piece sterling silver dresser set with embossed nautical scenes, showing cherubs riding a dolphin, seahorse, and fish. Also shows art nouveau style women and herons. To include a glove stretcher, shoehorn, file, nail trimming knife, button hook, three brushed, a buffer, and a mirror. Very minor denting. 4 1/4" x 10". Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

299 - S. Kirk, sterling silver repousse footed sauce dish with ladle and underliner. Good condition. 3" high, 6 1/4" diameter. 5 1/4" long ladle. 9.67 ozt. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

300 - Howard & Co., NY, sterling silver bowl. Floral repousse design, dated 1895. 3" high, 9" diameter. 15.1 ozt. Good condition. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

301 - (8) piece Royal Crown Derby porcelain tea set with tray, 19th century, Imari pattern with gold gilt highlights, 5 1/2" high tea pot, 3 3/4" high covered sugar bowl, 3 1/4" high creamer, two 2 1/4" high cups, two 5" diameter saucers, 19" x 12 1/2" tray. Tray shows area of slight discoloration.

302 - T&V Limoges porcelain fish set, large platter with 12 plates, late 19th/early 20th century, hand painted fish design. Platter measures 24 1/2" x 10", plates 9" diameter. Slight wear to the gold trim. Tiny underside rim chip to platter.

303 - Oval porcelain plaque with hand painted scene with hunting dogs and peasants.. Continental, late 19th century. 8 1/2" x 13 1/4" sight size, in gold gilt frame 12 1/4" x 17 1/4". Unsigned. Good condition.

304 - (11) pieces of blue and white Chinese export porcelain, 19th century, to include a set of eight 7 1/2" floral decorated luncheon plates, two 10" Canton style trays with open work borders, and an 8" bowl with two figures. Good overall condition.

305 - Lowestoft Chinese export porcelain oval platter, late 18th/early 19th century, classical Asian floral design, 18 3/4" x 16". Excellent original condition.

306 - Italian Murano glass vase, Latticino with ruffled top, early 20th century, 12" high, 7" diameter. Very good condition.

308 - Kazian pedestal paperweight, blue ground with gold flakes, center flowers, marked with a small "K", 1 3/4" high, 1 5/8" diameter.

309 - Pairpoint engraved footed console bowl, foliate and scroll designs, 4 1/4" high, 16 1/2" diameter. Excellent condition.

310 - Wrought iron and green marble top console table. 20th c. Scroll work and swag designs. 34" h, 62" wide, 18" deep. Marble shows repair.

311 - Lead standing garden rabbit, gray patina, 22" high, 6 1/2" wide, 10" deep. Shows scuffing to feet.

312 - Chinese birthday banner, 19th/20th century, metal needlework on silk, shows lions, bats, urns, flowers, etc. Sight size 27 1/2" high, 64 1/4" wide, overall 31" high, 68 1/2" long, framed. Glass shows crack.

313 - Japanese needlework on silk, Bird of Prey and small Birds in Flowering Tree, late 19th century. Shows areas of separation, framed and under glass, 35 1/2" x 21 3/4" sight size. Overall 39 1/2" x 25 1/2".

314 - (4) Connecticut Woodland baskets, early 19th century. Probably made by Pequot, Mohegan, and Paugussett people. Rectangular with polychrome geometric designs, to include small handled basket 3" high, 6" wide, 4" deep, small piece of wrap missing. Rectangular handleless splint basket, 3 3/4" high, 7 1/2" wide, 6" deep, good condition. Rectangular handled basket, 5 1/2" high, 10 3/4" wide, 8 1/4" deep, slight wrap loss. Large rectangular basket, as is condition, 6 3/4" high, 14" wide, 9 3/4" deep, 1 handle missing, roughness to corners.

315 - Cast cement garden chair. Early 20th c. Winged female figural front curved back. 24" high, 26" wide, 18" deep. Old outdoor finish.

316 - (4) blown Italian glass figurines, 11 3/4" - 12 3/4" high, probably Murano, 20th century, no damage.

317 - Venetian blown glass, 3 piece console set with blue rim and fruit design, pair 12" candlesticks and 7 1/2" high, and 9 1/4" diameter compote. 20th century.

318 - (6) pieces blown Italian glass, to include pair Murano dove bowls 4 1/2" high, 6 1/2" wide, a dog 6 1/4" high, a fish 9 1/2" high, an owl form flambe pitcher 5" high, owl figure 5" high. 20th century.

319 - (9) pieces of Italian glass to include two pairs of candlesticks 6" and 9 1/4" high, a pair of 3 1/2" high tazzas, 5 3/4" diamond covered dish, 3 1/2" vase with swans, 4 1/4" cordial. 20th century.

320 - Ornate cast iron garden chair. "Summer". Grape and floral designs. White painted finish. Ram's head finials. 37" high, 23 1/2" wide, 25" deep. 17 1/2" seat height.

321 - (9) pieces of blown Italian glass to include bowls and vases, mortar and pestles, 20th century, 1 3/4" to 4 1/2" high, 3 1/4" to 6 1/2" wide.

322 - (4) Italian blown glass bowls to include 2 shell-shaped 5 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide, a bowl with fruit finial 7 3/4" high, 11" wide, 8" deep and a swirl design bowl 4 3/4" high x 7 3/8" wide, 6 3/8" deep.

323 - (6) pieces of Studio art glass to include Eickholt paperweight, 5 1/2" high, small chip to base, a Vandermark bottle with threaded design, nick to thread, 4" high, C.C. Walters vase 6 3/4" high and a paperweight 2 1/2" high, both dated 85. An unsigned 6 1/2" bowl, oval bowl with swirl designs, signed illegibly, 4" high, 13" wide, 8" deep.

324 - (4) cheese baskets, 19th century, in old white over blue/green paint, 16 1/2" to 23 1/2" diameter, all show damage.

325 - (7) splint handled baskets, 19th century, one is round with square bottom, double wrapped rim, 9 1/2" high, 9" diameter, minor damage. One is round double wrapped rim in good condition, 14" high, 11" diameter. One is rectangular 14 1/4" high, 19" wide, 11" deep, double wrapped rim, shows some slight damage. One is a large rectangular gathering basket 14" high, 28 1/2" wide, 17 1/2" deep, good condition overall. Next are two splint buttocks baskets 10 1/2" high, 13 1/2" wide, 10" deep, good condition. A flat buttocks basket, 10 1/2" high, 14" wide, 10" d., minor roughage. All in original natural finish.

326 - Illuminated manuscripts, 2 pages probably from the Book of Hours, 15th/16th century, framed on vellum or parchment. The first one is probably the "Annunciation states onto mana tekysima to mina intercede for us", 6" x 4 1/4", great color with gold highlights. The second page states "Virgin will Listen to God". Also has great color with gold highlights, 6" x 4 1/4". Housed in a folding frame 6 3/4" x 5". We did not remove from the frame.

327 - Illuminated manuscript page probably the Book of Hours, 15th/16th century. Text states I will Give You My Lord, My Lord, etc. Sight size 3 1/4" x 2 1/2". Framed and matted 10 1/2" x 8 1/2". We did not remove from the frame.

328 - (2) illuminated manuscripts Book of Zephaniah, circa 1170-1180 A.D., Latin, Hebrew God Guards. It consists of the denunciation of Judah for idolatry and wealth, sight size 9 1/4" x 6 1/4". In a Victorian gilt frame 12 1/2" x 9 1/2", probably on vellum or parchment with some light foxing. We did not remove from the frame along with a circa 1300 A.D. page in Latin on vellum or parchment numbered in the upper right corner #146, sight size 9 1/4" x 6 1/2". Shows some staining. In a gold gilt 6frame 11 1/2" x 9 3/4". Text is written in single column, 23 lines in Gothic book hand in black and red ink. There are 6 large letters in blue and gold.

329 - (9) remnants from the Books of Hours, France, circa 1300 A.D. in Latin, housed in two contemporary frames each measuring 10" x 12 1/2". The pages and partial pages show tears and staining.

330 - (4) illuminated manuscripts to include a circa 1400 A.D. Two pages in Latin with exceptional gilt and colored lettering on vellum or parchment, sight size 7 1/2" x 5 1/2". In a double-sided gilt frame 8 1/2" x 6 1/4". Two framed Psalms from the Book of Hours, France, circa 1100 A.D. in Latin, on vellum or parchment, sight size 4 1/2" x 3 1/4", with wooden frame 8 1/4" x 10". Shows minor paper loss and age appropriate wear.

331 - (2) Persian watercolors, 18th century. Circa 1750, the first depicts a group of warriors charging into battle on horseback over the body of a dead soldier. Sight size 7" x 5 3/4" with frame, 13" x 9 3/4". Very good condition with great color and gold highlights. Circa 1750, the second is a watercolor portrait of a dignitary, 12" x 8 1/4" with modern frame, 13 1/2" x 9 1/2", good condition. Has not been removed from frame.

332 - (3) leaves of prayer readings from a Persian manuscript believed to be circa 1570-1600. Two rendered in ink, watercolor and gold, sight size 11" x 6", with modern frames 16 3/4" x 11 1/4". They appear to be in very good condition but have not been removed from the frames. The third prayer leaf is 9" x 9 1/2" sight size, with frame 13 1/2" x 14 1/4". It is rendered in red and black ink, watercolor and gold. Appears to be in good condition.

333 - (3) Latin manuscript leaves to include a circa 1450 verse from the Benedictus which is sung at Laudes. In ink, watercolor and gold on vellum or parchment, sight size 7 1/2" x 5", overall with frame 13 1/4" x 10", good condition with light staining, has not been removed from frame. Next is a circa 1500 Gregorian chant in ink and watercolor, sight size 7" x 6", overall with frame 13 3/4" x 12 1/2", good condition. Third is Anaphora leaf, circa 1500, ink, watercolor and gold on vellum or parchment, 7" x 6" sight size, overall with frame 13 3/4" x 12 1/2". Appears to be in good condition, has not be removed from frame.

334 - Large vellum prayer leaf The Annunciation. Spanish, probably circa 1500, rendered in ink, watercolor and gold. Colorful floral border with a round portrait of the Virgin and an angel, Sight size 20" x 14 3/4" with frame 27 1/4" x 20 3/4". Good condition, has not been removed from frame.

335 - Illuminated manuscripts, 3-piece Book lot to include a book titled The Belles Heuras of Jean Duke of Berry, with introduction by James Rorome, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1958, Octavio, with 32 beautiful colored illustrations. Reproduced from the celebrated Books of Hours, excellent condition with original slipcase. Next is The Hours of Catherine of Cleves by John Plummer, George Braziller, New York, 196, octavo, limited edition, containing 160 colored plates, original slipcase, excellent condition. Last is The Book of Kells described by Sir Edward Sullivan, third edition with 24 colored plates, The Studio Limited, 1928, brown cloth boards and spine which shows wear and staining. Interior has some light tanning, one loose page.

336 - Fran Kraynek pine needle basket, 20th century with label, Torrey Pine basket. 5 1/2" high, 8 1/2" diameter.

337 - Korean Joseon painted Taegeuk Buch Re Hand Fan, warped rib construction, lacquered and painted. 15 1/2" high, 11 1/2" wide, minor damage.

338 - (2) Khmer carved stone heads, Buddhist Deities, elongated ears, approximately 11 3/4" high, on 5 3/4" mahogany pedestals, 17 1/2" overall height.

339 - (4) vintage paperweight probably French or Italian, one has a compact millefiori design, 2 3/4" diameter, 1 1/4" high, one has concentric millefiori design 3" diameter, 1 1/4" high, one has concentric millefiori design, 3 2/4" diameter, 1 1/4" high, last one has unusual tall cane design, 3" diameter, 2" high. All in good condition.

340 - (11) pieces of historic blue Staffordshire. Early 19th century. Made by Clews and Enoch Woods, to include 10" plate View of the Cadnus, 4" high creamer Landing of Lafayette, 4 1/2" plate Landing of Lafayette, 6 3/4" plate Landing of Lafayette, two handle less cups and saucers both 2 1/2" high, one with small nick and saucers Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb, 6 1/2" shallow bowl with small nick Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb, and a large handle less cup & saucer, Washington, cup shows restored crack, cup 2 3/4" high, saucer 6 3/4" diameter.

341 - (17) pieces of historic blue and red Staffordshire. Early 19th century. To include blue 7 1/2" high transfer pitcher Lafayette at Franklin's tomb, crack with old staple repair, a blue platter State House Boston with eagle border cracked with staple repair, 14 1/2" wide, a blue 10 1/8" plate, Park Theatre, NY, blue railroad plate 10 1/4" broken with staple repair, a blue 8 3/4" Thirteen Colony plate, a blue 8 1/2" plate Erie Canal, blue 9 1/4" plate Lafayette's French home, a blue 6 1/2 plate American Villa, a red 7 3/4" Hancock House Boston, a blue 6 3/4" Pittsfield, MA plate, a blue 4 1/2" Pittsfield plate, a blue 4" cup plate South Carolina, blue 3 5/8" cup plate U.S. Navy Port. Also, a 9 3/4" City Hall NY plate. A 10 1/4" Fairmount near Philadelphia plate. A 9 3/4" Capitol building plate. An 8 3/8" capitol building plate, shows roughage to glaze in front and back.

342 - (16) pieces of early blue Staffordshire. Early 19th century. All with floral designs to include 6 creamers 5" to 5 3/4" high, 7 covered sugar bowls, some with handles 5 1/2" to 6 1/2" high, 4 have chips, 1 is restored, 2 tea pots 6" to 9" high, tallest tea pot shows old crack to handle, and a 10" plate.

343 - (8) pieces blue Staffordshire to include a large bowl with castle and landscape scene, 4 3/4" high, 13 1/4" diameter, a flared bowl with castle, boat and people, 4 1/2" high, 9 3/4" diameter, a platter with Bywell Castle, 13 1/2" x 10 3/4", a small shaped tray with Death of Punch, 10" x 6", light blue platter with Olympic Games, 13" x 15 1/2", some staining, 3 cup plates to include 4" with Hyena, 3 5/8" with house, 3 3/4" with bridge, chipped.

344 - (16) pieces of English historic blue Staffordshire pottery. Early 19th century, woods, etc. To include: 8 sugar bowls, 6 creamers, gravy boat and bowl, pair of 5 3/4" sugar bowls with covers, a fishing scene with chip, sugar bowl with a hunting dog (6 1/2") and a creamer (5 1/2"). Sugar has glued finial. Two sugars and creamers with oriental style buildings, 6"-7". Creamer shows wear to glaze. 3 creamers depicting abbey ruins, 4 1/2" high, and two others 4 1/2" - 4 3/4" high. Gravy boat, 7 1/2" long, small hairline. Sugar bowl, 7" high, lid and bowl show chips. 3 similar stone china pieces including a 5 1/4" creamer, wear to glaze. A 6" sugar bowl, chips to cover. A 4 1/2" sugar bowl with bird handles, missing cover and shows chips to interior rim. Bowl with a building, 2 7/8" high, 4 3/4" diameter, chips to base.

345 - Historic English Staffordshire plates and bowl by Enoch Woods, Adams, Ridgeway, Longport, etc. To include: Twelve 9 3/4" to 10" plates, four 9 1/4" plates, and a 9 1/4" bowl. All show various English and other scenes, such as the Welsh Llanarth Court, Guy's Cliff, Gulford Hall, Wardour Castle, Fonthill Abbey, Pains Hill, Faulkbourne Hall, Writtle Lodge, Moulin sur la Marne, pastoral scene, Hanover Lodge, etc. One plate shows a chip.

346 - (52) pieces of Staffordshire historic blue porcelain. Early 19th century. To include: eight 8 3/4" plates, two 8" plates, four 7 1/2" plates two 7 7/8" plates, four 6 1/2" plates, six 2 1/2" high handless cups, nine 2 1/2" handleless cups, two 2 5/8" handleless cups, a 2 1/2" cup and 6" diameter saucer (zebra and rider design), a 2 1/2" high x 5" diameter bowl, five 5 1/2" saucers. Seven 5 5/8" saucers, some with matching cups. Various castle, people, floral, and other designs. Several plates show very minor roughage.

347 - (13) Staffordshire Harvard college plates and bowl. 19th century. Four blue 10" plates, a blue 10" bowl, green 10 1/4" bowl, two brown 10 1/2" plates, two red 7" plates, a black 7" plate, a purple 7" plate, 2 black and brown 4 1/4" plates. Good overall condition. One blue plate shows a crack.

348 - (4) Harvard transferware items, to include: two 19th c. gravy boats, one purple 4 1/4" x 6 1/2", and one brown 4 3/4" x 7". Early 19th c. Harvard college platter, brown transfer, 14" x 16 3/4". Along with a 20th c. Wedgewood platter, Harvard University, 1941, 17" x 19 1/4". Blue and white.

349 - Miniature portrait of a young gentleman. Early 19th century. 3" x 2 1/4". Good condition. In a partial leather case frame which is damaged.

350 - George III Mahogany chest. Two over two bracket base. Old finish. Old replaced brasses. Veneer patches to top. 34" high, 37" wide, 20 1/2" deep.

351 - (3) Staffordshire cow creamers. Early 19th century. Spongeware decoration. (2) with milking figures, 4 1/2" - 5 1/2" high, 6" - 6 3/4" wide. Black, brown, green, and yellow. All covers present. Overall good condition.

352 - Fall River School Still Life. Late 19th c. Depicting apples and grapes in a basket. Unsigned. Sight size 14" x 18 3/4". In an exceptional carved gilt gesso frame. 20" x 24 3/4". Frame shows very minor losses to gesso. Otherwise, exceptional condition. Appears to be untouched.

353 - A William and Mary Side Chair. Late 17th / early 18th century. Possibly made in Boston. Block and urn turnings. Turned front stretcher. Turned finials. 19th-century painted finish. 43 1/2" high, 19" wide, 15 1/2" deep. 16" seat height. Good overall condition.

354 - A copper doofpot or coal canister bucket. 18th century. Dovetail construction. Hand wrought handles and feet. 17" high, 13" diameter.

355 - William "Bill" Veasey (1932-2022) Clapper Rail shore bird carved sculpture, 7 1/2" high, 15 1/4" long, 11" deep. Life-like carved and painted sculpture on natural hard wood base, signed on base. Shows chip to one feather.

356 - Carved and painted Mallard Drake black duck, possibly Mason Factory, Detroit, MI, glass eyes, early 20th century. 7" high, 15 1/2" long, original paint, crack to body.

357 - Early carved and painted Golden Eye Drake decoy, in as found condition, cracks, missing eyes, 7 1/2" high, 14" long, 6" wide. Formerly attributed to Shorty Burr, Hingham, MA.

358 - (2) carved wooden golden eye decoys Drake and Hen circa 1930, slight loss to neck, 7" high, 13" long. One has 2 eyes missing and paint loss. The other has a crack to neck. Age appropriate wear. Both are stamped on the bottom R. S. Whitney, Dedham, MA. Formerly attributed to Shorty Burr, Hingham, MA.

359 - (2) carved wooden golden eye decoys Drake and Hen, circa 1930, 7" high, 13" long, 5" to 5 1/2" wide. Original worn painted finish, one shows crack, both stamped R. S. Whitney, Dedham, MA. Formerly attributed to Shorty Burr, Hingham, MA.

360 - (2) carved wooden decoys to include, Green Winged Teal bufflehead white dot face, well used condition, partial beak missing, 5" high, 9 3/4" long, 4 1/2" wide. Along with a turned head Maine teal, 6 1/2" high, 9 1/2" long, 4 1/2" wide.

361 - (2) painted canvas decoys. Early 20th century. Midwest, one possibly Texas, 18" high, 25" long, and 18", 26". Age appropriate wear with some imperfections.

362 - (4) carved shore birds. To include two curlews, carved and painted, 16 1/2" and 17" high, 7 1/2" to 15" wide. Two yellow legs with unusual burl root bases, 13 3/4" to 14 1/4" high, 9" to 9 1/2" wide. All measured with the stands.

363 - (4) carved and painted shore birds to include a Harry Monk with glass eyes, 6 1/2" high, 5" long, a Kent Harris, from Vestal, NY, glass eyes, 8 3/4" high, 11 1/2" wide. Also, two yellow legs, one from Newbury, MA, metal eyes, possibly by Stevens, 11" high, 7 3/4" wide, and another with eye missing, 11 1/2" high, 7 1/2" wide.

364 - Carved crow decoy, Illinois River, worn painted finish, glass eyes, missing partial beak, on iron rod and wooden base, 18 1/2" high, 13" long, early 20th century, cracking to body.

365 - Brant carved decoy, Virginia body with a Maine or Canadian maritime head, early 20th century, old painted surface, 9" high, 19 1/2" long, 6 1/2" wide, some cracking, horseshoe weighted base. Age appropriate wear.

366 - High head brant Canadian maritime decoy, early 20th century, worn painted finish, 11 1/2" high, 18" long, 7 1/2" wide, some cracking to body.

367 - Maine carved scoter or eider sea duck, probably Cape Elizabeth, circa 1900, original finish with age appropriate wear. Tack eyes. 8" high 17 1/2" long, 8" wide.

368 - (2) carved and painted decoys by Holger Smith, Mattapoisett, MA, circa 1970. Ruddy Duck Hen, 7 1/2" high, 13 1/2" long. Hen Surf Scoter, 7" high, 12" long. Excellent condition.

369 - (2) carved and painted decoys by Holger Smith, Fairhaven Road, Mattapoisett, dated 1973, to include a Red Head Drake and a Red Head Hen. Both signed on bottom. Each 7" high, 13 to 14" long. Excellent condition.

370 - Unusual Highland Vegetable Garden wooden sign. Early 20th century 30 1/4" wide, 66 3/4" high. Cream color with dark green border, and black and red lettering. Original flaking paint decoration.

371 - Painted wooden sign N. Coolidge, 19th century, 17" x 94". Original worn condition with age appropriate wear. Some cracking to wood.

372 - (2) signs to include a wooden wagon sign, By the Moore & Ross Improved Platform Wagon Owego, NY, 5 1/2" x 58 1/4". The other sheet steel Fire School sign with painted arrow, 12" x 36". Good to fair condition.

373 - (2) wooden signs to include doubled sided Eat Pure Honey arrow shape 10" x 34 1/2". An ice cream sign, 20 1/4" x 35". Early 20th century. Age appropriate wear. Partial molding missing on ice cream sign.

374 - (3) wooden signs, late 19th century, to include a painted sign Quant's, 9 1/2" x 24", "Bus" Lake with raised letters, 5 1/4" x 19", and an oval sign with gilt letters Lightfoot, 6" x 14 3/4".

375 - (3) painted professional signs to include J. T. Pease Law Office, tin mounted on wood, 5" x 18". Three-sided wooden Optician 800 sign, 24" x 1 3/4" x 3". A two-sided wooden sign Lillard Cox Manager Trainer, 7 1/4" x 12". Early 20th century. All show age appropriate wear.

376 - First Spiritualist Church wooden sign with tombstone shaped top, 19th century, old black finish with gold leaf letters, 49" high, 22 3/4" wide. Very good condition with age appropriate wear.

377 - (2) double sided wooden signs. Late 19th/early 20th century. Ashley's Home Cooking, sign is missing an end molding, 14" x 31 1/2". Other sign is titled Heated Cabin, 9 1/4" x 28", shows cracking.

378 - Triangular wooden sign 1896 M. Hellen Rising Sun, most likely a Boarding House sign, 23" high, 49 1/2" wide. Possibly repainted.

379 - Wooden old gilt sign for Nashawena, late 19th century. Nashawena Island is one of the Elizabeth Islands in Buzzards Bay, Mass. 10" x 36". Overall good condition.

380 - Two-sided wooden arrow form sign Garden Seeds, early 20th century. 11 1/2" high, 46" wide. Excellent condition.

381 - (3) dressmaking advertising signs to include Martins for Silk, which is a 2-sided wooden sign, 8 1/4" x 19 1/4". Painted tin sign Mrs. C. F. Paul Dressmaker, 7 1/4" x 20 3/4". Framed sign on artist board Hemstitching Picoting and Pleating in wooden frame, 12 1/2" x 16 1/2".

382 - (2) enamel railway express signs, late 19th century. One is Railway and measures 5" x 35 1/2". The other is express 5" x 39 1/4". Shows loss to enamel on mounting holes.

383 - Litho tin Drink Grape Ola soda sign, embossed letters and grapes. Made by W. F. Robertson Steel & Iron Co, Springfield, Ohio. Early 20th century. 19 1/2" x 27 1/2". Good overall condition with age appropriate wear.

384 - (7) piece toy soda fountain lot. Kool-Aid dispenser in original box, glass jar with plastic base, toy size 11 1/4" x 7" x 7". Andy Gard soda fountain toy in as is original box, toy size 9" x 4 1/2" x 5 1/2". Home plastic soda fountain dispenser 12" x 10" x 7 1/2", no box. Metal soda fountain toy 9" x 10" x 7 1/2", no box and 3 additional bottles.

385 - Fada Catalin Butterscotch bullet radio, 1946, model #1000, Art Deco design. 6 1/4" high, 11 1/2" wide, 5 1/2" deep. Not working, dial knob not working, case is in excellent condition, no cracks.

386 - (6) vintage Batman collectibles. Consisting of Kenner Hall of Justice Super Powers collection, never unpacked. Box measures 18", 25 3/4", 8". A litho tin battery operated Batmobile, excellent overall condition 3" x 9 3/4" x 3 3/4". Official Batman Batcopter, circa 1974 in original package. 11" x 7 1/4". Litho vinyl Batman pencil holder, 10" x 4". Litho vinyl 3 ring binder, 12" x 10 1/4", fair condition. Batman vs. Penguin paperback #4. 7" x 4 1/4".

387 - Marx electric Robot & Son with original plastic screwdriver and original box, adjustable antenna. Circa 1950. Shows some wear. Discoloration to the box. 14 1/2" high, 7 1/4" wide, 6" deep.

388 - Unique Art litho tin wind-up toy Lincoln Tunnel, 1930's, 3" high, 24" long, 3 1/2" deep. In working condition. Very good overall condition.

389 - "Man from U.N.C.L.E." lunch box, 1966, tin litho, with original thermos. 7" high, 8 1/2" wide, 4" deep. Overall light wear.

390 - Walnut and glass floor standing display case. Late 19th century. Curved glass ends. Mirrored doors. Old finish. Lead glass shelves. 36" high, 70 1/2" wide, 19" deep. Good overall condition.

391 - Pepsi Cola vintage neon sign by Transco Inc., 19 1/2" x 25 1/4", approximate 6 1/2" deep. In working condition.

392 - Pair of Art Deco teardrop apothecary bottles with stoppers. Cast aluminum stands. 23 1/2" high, approximately 10" diameter. One stopper is stuck.

393 - Ko-Pak-ta 10 cent peanut warmer, made by Cebco Products. Mid-20th century. Chrome top and bottom, glass cylinder with silhouettes of dancing children. 17 1/2" high, 11 3/4" diameter. Needs to be rewired.

394 - Mill's 1 cent Little Perfection flat-top trade simulator with 2 keys, 1920's, oak case, original decals on both sides. 16" high, 11" wide, 9 1/2" deep. In original worn finish and in working condition. Replaced back cash door.

395 - Coca-Cola clock, 1960's, green with red fishtail design. 15 1/4" x 15 1/4". In working condition but not guaranteed to work.

396 - Coin operated cigar store trade simulator by Griswold Rock Island, ILL. Circa 1905, oak case with eglomise glass face painted. "You also got 1 cigar with a nickel and 2 if you landed a lucky number". Overall height 17 1/2", 15 1/4" wide, 5 1/4" deep. In working condition, original finish.

397 - Coca-Cola advertising clock. Metal with masonite wings, circa 1948. Possibly Kaye Manufacturing Inc. 36" wide, 18 1/2" clock diameter. Masonite shows small break. Shows minor dents, pitting and abrasions. Seems to be running, not sure it is accurate.

398 - (2) Hobart electric coffee grinders, supermarket model. Mid-20th century, cast iron and aluminum. 33" high, 10" wide, 16" deep. Older red paint. Both are currently in working condition, but not guaranteed to work.

399 - White enameled lollipop standing penny weight scale, early 20th century. Honest weight 1 cent scale by the Bradford Scale Company Providence RI. With "Did you weight yourself today" sign. With tiled enamel platform. 67 1/2" high, 19 1/2" wide, 23 1/2" deep. Comes with a key. Currently in working condition.

400 - Hepplewhite style mahogany breakfront cabinet, 20th century with satinwood inlay, molded top. 4 glass fours with individual panes, 4 inlaid drawers over 4 more inlaid doors. Good condition. 85" high, 94" wide, 16" deep.

401 - Hepplewhite style mahogany style sideboard with satinwood inlay. 20th century. Serpentine front with six drawers, brass hardware, two doors. With backsplash. 45" high, 72" wide, 26 1/2" deep. Excellent condition.

402 - Split column over-mantle mirror. 19th century. Original gold gilt finish. 3-section mirror. Carved corner plinths. 27" high, 67" wide, 5 1/2" deep at top. Overall good condition.

403 - (2) painted metal signs. 20th century. Win-Grove Farm, Farm Produce and Cord Wood, Grove Street, Framingham. One sign shows loss to paint on sides. Early 20th century. Each 24" x 16".

404 - Harvard Glee Club Meeting sign, signed by members, Russell Stiles, Donald Nichols Tweedy, Frank Roland Hancock, 16 1/2" x 24 1/2" overall, framed and under glass.

405 - Custom mahogany Federal style chest of drawers. 20th century. Mahogany with satinwood inlay. Bow front. Cookie corners. Floral acanthus carved and ending in turned and reeded feet. 40" high, 40 3/4" wide, 21 1/2" deep. Made by Henry F Miller Furniture Company, Cambridge. Good overall condition.

406 - (2) dog sculptures. 19th century. One is bronze by Prosper Lecourtier. It depicts a dog and rooster. 6" high, 6" wide, 3" deep. Removeable head is missing pin. Finish shows wear and oxidation. The other is a seated metal dog with a bronze finish. 4" high, 5" wide, 3" deep. Hole in marble base.

407 - (7) Farm signs. Early 20th century. To include 4 similar wooden signs to include a Fresh Vegetables sign, a String Beans sign, a Summer Squash sign, a Sweet Corn double sided 3" x 20", a Sweet Corn 15 cents dozen sign 6 1/2" x 18" single sided, a round metal sign 20 cents including 3 cents tax 6" diameter, metal ice sign double sided 4" x 6". 20th century.

408 - Louise Kalish (1914-1998, Quincy, MA) oil painting on masonite, abstract, entitled Blue Bottles, signed lower left. Sight size 23 1/2" x 25 1/4", overall 25 1/4" x 27".

409 - Columbian Exposition Airship perfume bottle. Circa 1892. Made by Philadelphia Novelty and Perfume Co. Hot air balloon form, blown glass balloon, silver plated wire work and basket, partial label. Originally available for purchase at Chicago World's Fair, which offered hot air balloon rides. 6" high.

410 - Attributed to Alexander Francis Harmer (1856-1925, California, New Jersey) Portrait of an African American. Dated 1886. Oil on canvas painting, most likely a study. Signed with initials and dated lower right. Initialed on verso AFH. In an old gilt oak frame. Sight size 13" h x 9" w. Overall 17 1/2" h x 13 1/4" w. Overall good untouched condition.

411 - (2) pieces of pre-Columbian Incan pottery to include: a Chimu scene bottle, features the face and torso of a man, with handle. 9 1/2" high, 7 1/2" wide. Has minor chips to spout, otherwise good condition. Along with a figural vase of a woman, 7 1/4" high, 2 3/4" base diameter, minor chipping to top rim.

412 - Louis F. Berneker (1876-1937, New York) oil painting on board, titled "Lobster Dock". Original Salmagundi Club Exhibition label. Signed lower right. Sight size 8" x 10", overall with carved driftwood frame 14" x 16". Original untouched condition.

413 - Latin American Mate Items. 20th century. To include a silver-plated cup and chain engraved design, embossed heads and snake handle. 5 1/2" h. Good condition. (13) Alpaca Eberle yerba mate nickel silver bombilla straws. 8" long. Good condition.

414 - Collection of Latin American stirrups. 19th century. To include: a pair signed F. Quintera, gold inlay, wrought iron engraved with foliate designs, 5 1/2" high, 4 1/2" wide. An unsigned pair, engraved floral design, 3 3/4" high, 3 5/8" wide. A single slipper form stirrup, engraved and applied floral design, missing one petal, approximately 4 1/2" high, 7 1/2" wide, 4 1/4" deep.

415 - French Gouache Portrait of a girl and dog. Dated 1855. Young girl wearing a large floral hat with her dog. She holds a pair of glasses on the dog. Signed illegibly and marked Paris dated 1855. 8 1/2" h x 6 3/4" w. Overall 9 3/4" h x 7 3/4" w. Good overall condition.

416 - Francis McKay (1911-2001, ME, NY, MA) oil painting on canvas board, depicting a village scene with figures. Signed lower right. Sight size 8" x 10", in carved and gesso frame 12" x 14". Shows 4 very small holes.

417 - Emily Hortense Budell (1884-1991, NY, PA, France) oil painting on canvas depicting a country landscape with mountains, barn. Signed lower right. Unframed. 12" x 16".

418 - Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778), engraving titled "Veduta della Fonte e delle Spelonche", depicting Italian ruins. Signed lower left Cavalier Piranesi F. Sight size 16 1/4" x 27", overall in modern gilded frame 26 1/4" x 37". Has not been removed from frame. Along with "Veduta del Tempio, detto della Tosse". Signed lower left Piranesi F. Has been trimmed on the bottom and both sides; has been removed from its frame. Comes with a modern frame. Sight size 17 1/2" x 21 3/4".

419 - Large Georgian embroidery. Late 18th / early 19th century. Done on silk and linen in silk and metallic bullion thread. 71" x 48" wide. Shows minor fabric loss to right top corner, some small splits as well as edge fraying. Embroidery is done in couchwork and satin stitch. Foliate and hanging basket design. Backed in cotton for greater stability.

420 - Tapestry in wool. 19th century. Depicting a romanticized peasant scene. Swans in a stream in the foreground, figures, village homes, and a man on a wagon in the main field and background. Shows some vertical splits. 77 1/2" x 73". Rings affixed to the upper portion for ease in hanging.

421 - (2) Ecclesiastical altar cloths or hanging. 19th century. Probably French. One with the crown of the infant, utilizes brightly colored silk thread on a silk faille ground, as well as light sequin and beadwork. Along with another banner depicting lilies among other florals and Maltese crosses. Both are 52" long and 35" wide. Great condition, very slight areas of color transfer, loose threads.

422 - 45-star American flag, officially recognized July 4,1896 with the addition of Utah, and the flag used during the Spanish American War. Machine sewn, loosely woven wool-cotton blend. 93" x 58". Shows some slight staining, a split seam, and several small holes.

423 - Oversized 45-star American flag, officially recognized July 4, 1896 with the addition of Utah, and the flag used during the Spanish American War. Belonged to E. L. Parrish according to the name inscribed on the border. 10' 11" x 7' 8". Old machine sewn repairs with some hand-mended darns.

424 - (3) Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints. 19th century. To include: one print from the "On Top and Beneath Ryougoku Bridge" series of 6 by Utamaro, published 1795-96, sight size 13 3/4" x 9 1/4", overall with frame 21" x 17". Another depicting a scene from the Kabuki performance of Gishiden (or the 47 Ronin) by Toyokuni III/Kunisada, sight size 14" x 9 1/2", overall with frame 20 3/4" x 15 1/2". Finally, "Boat on Yodo River" from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo by Hiroshige (1818-1858), sight size 13 3/4" x 9 1/2", overall with frame 19 3/4" x 15 1/4".

425 - Jacobean Lift-top blanket box. 17th c. Carved oak with later carved design featuring figures, shells and scrolls. Dated 1659. Cut out ends. Wrought iron hardware. 18" high x 42" wide x 14" deep.

426 - Set of (4) Georgian style candlesticks. Early 20th century. Silver on copper. 10" high.

427 - Early Eastern Orthodox Icon called St. Nicholas. Painted on wooden panel. Marked on the back, "St. Nicholas, 17th c." in pencil. Has an embossed brass front. Age-appropriate wear. 8 1/2" x 6 3/4".

428 - A needlework on silk. Early 19th c. Biblical scene. In a period molded and gilt frame. Eglomise. Silk shows tear. Roughly 17" diameter. Sight size 26" x 26" overall.

429 - (2) redware bowls. 19th c. To include: milk bowl measuring 3" high, approx. 11 3/4" diameter. A flared bowl measuring 5" high, 11" diameter. Large bowl shows some glaze flaking.

430 - (2) brass bound camphor chests. 19th century. Lift-top. Natural finish. Both with handles. The smaller chest is 10" high, 24 3/4" wide, 12" deep. Shows staining and minor wear. The other is 17" high, 36" wide, 19" deep. Also shows some staining, discoloration and minor cracks.

431 - (2) Majolica figural lobster serving pieces. A covered lobster dish on a leaf shaped tray. The lobster is approx 4" high, 9 1/4" wide, 16 1/4" long. The tray is 2" high, 11" wide, 20" long. Chip to horn above eyes on left side of lobster. With a (3) section figural lobster serving dish. 3 1/4" high, 10" wide, 12" long. No visible chipping.

432 - (54) pieces of Royal Bayreuth and German porcelain figural lobster dinnerware. (2) serving bowls, one with three lobsters and the other with four. Approx 4" high, 9 1/2" diameter. The three-lobster bowls show small glaze flake to top. (4) oval platters with lobsters on lettuce design background. 13" to 14 1/2" long, 6 1/2" to 8 3/4" wide. Small trays show large chips. Medium tray shows hairline crack. Large tray shows several small chips and loss to finish. (2) nappies 6 1/4 to 7 1/2" long. (2) 3 3/4" Royal Bayreuth lobster creamers, one with chip to spout. (1) small 2 3/4" H.W. Germany creamer. A pair of 3 1/4" salt and pepper shakers. A 4" high covered mustard pot with ladle with a 5 1/2" underliner with chip. (3) sauce bowls with spouts measuring 2" to 2 3/4" high, 4" to 5 1/2" wide. No visible damage. A covered gravy boat measuring 3" high, 6 3/4" wide. Shows minor nicks. A serving dish measuring 2" high, 10" wide. Shows large chip. (4) shaped 5 3/4" plates. One missing partial tail. (6) 7 1/2" plates with three-lobster design. One with chip to rim. Some show wear to paint. A matching 5 3/8" plate. (23) 7 1/4" plates. Seven with minor to moderate chips. Some plates show loss to paint.

433 - (9) pieces of Royal Bayreuth figural lobster serving pieces. (2) 7" pitchers, one with minor glaze loss. A cracker jar measuring 7 1/2" high. Top shows old professional repair. A pair of open bowls approx. 5" high, 8" long. A serving tray measuring 2 1/2" high, 12 1/2" long. Salt and pepper shakers, 3" high. A claw shaped drawn butter dish, 6 1/2" long.

434 - Vintage Steiff lobster (Crabby Hummer / Crabby Lobster), with tag and button, #2328,00, circa 1963-1965. 8" wide, 11" long (28 cm). Excellent condition except possibly some fading.

435 - A large blown Murano art glass bowl. Blue to amber shade. 5 1/2" high, 12 3/4" long, 8 3/4" deep. Shows minor roughage to tip.

436 - An Iberian hunting knife. 19th century. Steel and silver niello inlay. Marked on top of blade, Munoz Aquena Zigorio Lopez Luebua, 1836. 13 3/8" long, 8" blade.

437 - A primitive American landscape. 19th c. Oil on canvas. Possibly Rhode Island. Appears to be in original gold leaf frame. Old label. Some loss to gesso. 6" x 8" sight size. 10 1/2" x 12" overall.

438 - Karl Zerbe (1903-1972, Massachusetts, Florida). A gouache 1934. Still life of flowers in a bottle. Roughly 14" x 9" sight size. Simple gold frame. 19 1/4" x 14 1/2".

439 - (4) pieces of American wrought iron. 18th century. To include: (3) ratchet trammels 11", 14" and 36". Largest one with ornate scroll work. An unusual 4 3/4" hanging hook.

440 - Oval painting on porcelain, young girl sewing, 19th century, brass frame with ribbon design, sight size 2 1/4" x 1 7/8", overall 3 3/4" x 3".

441 - French evening bag, early 20th century brass frame with embossed and enamel design, cut steel with gold and red colored geometric designs, lined interior with original mirror and label, 6 1/2" high, 4 3/4" wide, with original box.

442 - Altrincham England Thornton-Pickard, brass bound camera, 8" x 6 1/2", bellows in good condition, plates 5" x 6 1/2" with tripod, missing tripod connection, 4 plate holders. Appears to be working but not guaranteed.

443 - Miniature blanket box, pine, old chrome yellow paint, early 19th century, molded base and top, old hardware, 9" high, 16 1/2" wide, 10 1/4" deep. Wear and paint loss, lock inset missing.

444 - Luella Thibault (late 19th c./ early 20th c.) Still Life. Fall River School. Oil painting on canvas. Sight size. 9 1/2" h x 13" w overall 13 1/2" h x 17 1/2" w. Slight paint loss upper middle. Frame shows some paint loss.

445 - (2) Pauline M. Colyar (1873-1928, California, West Virginia, Massachusetts) watercolors. To include: windmill landscape, 3 1/2" x 13 1/2" sight size. In a simple gold frame. 9" x 19". Together with seascape with gulls and ship. Roughly 8" x 20 1/2" sight. In a simple thin wooden frame, 14 1/4" x 26 1/2". Shows foxing.

446 - N.E. Buck. Oil on canvas. Man on a country road with house. Signed lower right "N E Buck". On verso "N Evelyn Buck, 1895". 11 1/2" x 19 1/2" sight size. Molded and gesso frame. Shows some loss to gesso. 18" x 26". Fall River School.

447 - Herbert Cash (1864-1914, Massachusetts) To include: small oil on board sailing ship at night. 4" x 4 3/4" sight size. In a carved modern frame. 17 3/4" x 8 3/4". Together with watercolor on paper depicting houses on a marsh. Fall River School. 8 3/4" x 18 1/2" sight size. Old oak frame. 15 1/4" x 25 1/8". New mat. Age-appropriate wear.

448 - Herbert A. Fish (1855-1932, Massachusetts) still life of flowers. Oil on canvas. Signed lower left. Fall River School. 6 1/4" x 12" sight size. In a period carved and gold painted frame. 10 1/2" x 16 1/4".

449 - Lilian F. Wilbur (1868-1951, Little Compton/ Fall River School) (2) watercolors. One titled, "The Beach - Little Compton". 5 3/4" x 9" sight size. Gold painted gesso frame, 13 1/4" x 16 1/2". Some loss to gesso. Together with a still life of peaches and grapes. 6" x 10" sight size. In a quality modern frame. 14" x 17 1/2".

450 - (2) green cut overlay glasses with square bases to include a 6" goblet, and a 5" wine. Thistle design. 20th century.

451 - Victorian wicker Turkish bench. Circa 1890. Also known as a photographer's chair. Curlicue and bead design, woven seat. Modern white painted finish. 24" high, 27 1/2" wide, 16" deep. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

452 - Rare wicker floor lamp, circa 1910, original dark brown natural finish. Original octagonal shaped shade with beaded scalloped border. Hexagonal lamp base. Wicker appears to be in very good condition, wiring appears to be original and should be rewired. Approximate 78" high, the shade is 30" diameter, base diameter is 17". Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

453 - Rare wicker lingerie chest. Circa 1920. Woven top and sides, applied garland decoration. 6 drawers, original glass pulls. 41" high, 17" wide, 17" deep. Very good condition, original finish. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

454 - Wicker floor lamp. Circa 1915. Original natural finish. Pyramid form shade, tiered base. 64" high, shade is 25" square. Good original condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

455 - Victorian wicker music stand. Original natural finish. Circa 1898. Three maple shelves. Heywood Bros. Wakefield Company. 47" high, 19" wide, 15" deep. Shows some areas of professionally rewrapped cane and some minor loss to back braided trim. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

456 - Wicker table lamp. Circa 1910. Original natural finish. Eiffel tower style base. 26" high, 17" square shade. Good condition, new wiring. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

457 - (2) nearly identical Victorian wicker hanging shelves, circa 1880. Original natural finish. Japonisme design. 26" high, 21" wide, 9" deep. Good overall condition, shows some old minor repairs. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

458 - Victorian wicker theme back rocker, circa 1880. Heywood Bros. & Co., Gardner, Mass. Retains original maker's label on base. Rare star design. Old white painted finish. 37" high, 23" wide, 18" seat depth, overall 30" deep. Overall good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

459 - Victorian wicker loveseat, circa 1890. Woven diamond panels in back, beadwork. Pressed cane seat. Older white painted finish. 43" high, 52" wide, 22" deep. Overall good condition. 1898 catalog #6011. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

460 - Victorian wicker shell back settee, Heywood Bros. Wakefield Co., 1898 catalog #6068. 42" high, 42" wide, 18 1/2" deep. Older white painted finish, good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

461 - Victorian wicker shell back rocking chair, Heywood Bros. Wakefield Co. 1898 catalog #6068. 37" high, 26" wide, 19" seat depth, 33" overall depth. Older white painted finish. Good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

462 - Victorian wicker settee, circa 1890, braided garland design, pressed cane seat. Old white painted finish. 34" high, 39" wide, 17" deep. Good overall condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

463 - Victorian wicker rocker, scrolled and chevron woven design, circa 1890. Old white painted finish. 37" high, 27" wide, 19" seat depth, 33" rocker depth. Good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

464 - Pair of Victorian wicker parlor tables, circa 1890, probably Heywood Bros. Wakefield Co. Oak top and bottom shelves, rolled edges, beaded gallery, curlicue design. 29" high, 26" top diameter, 30" overall diameter at base. White painted finish, good original condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

465 - (4) piece Victorian wicker parlor set, circa 1890. Consisting of: a settee, 37" high, 44" wide, 21" deep, good condition. A rocker, 36" high, 29" wide, 16" seat depth, 32" overall depth, good condition. An armchair, 34" high, 28 1/2" wide, 16" seat depth, 20" overall depth, good condition. A side chair, 37" high, 19" wide, 17" deep, good condition. Older white painted finish. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

466 - Rare set of (4) Victorian wicker dining chairs, circa 1885. Natural finish, replaced cane seats. 36" high, 15 1/2" wide, 14" deep. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

467 - Victorian wicker birdcage and stand, natural finish, circa 1890's. Pagoda form cage, wicker bird inside. 71" high, the cage is 13" square and 16" high. Good condition, one minor damage to cage (hole about 1 1/2" wide). Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

468 - Rare Victorian wicker easel, sunburst design, wicker and turned oak, brass arms. Circa 1890. 65" high, 20" wide. Good condition, natural finish. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

469 - Wicker table lamp, circa 1910, old white painted finish. Originally kerosene, has been converted to electricity and has modern wiring. 22" high, 17" diameter at widest point. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

470 - Wicker coat tree, circa 1910. Original natural finish. Four branches with turned wooden knobs. 72" high, 22" at widest point. Very good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

471 - Rare Victorian wicker footed jardiniere or planter. Original natural finish with polychrome painted highlights. Heywood Bros. Wakefield Co., 1898. 17" high, 18" diameter. Very good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

472 - Victorian wicker hanging corner shelf, curlicue design, three maple tiers beaded trim. Original natural finish, circa 1890's. 31" tall, 15" wide, 11" deep. Good original condition, missing one curlicue. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

473 - Rare Victorian wicker hanging corner shelf. Original natural finish, circa 1890's. Two oak tiers with overall elaborate curlicue design. 35" high, 20" wide, 14" deep. Good original condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

474 - Wicker bedside storage chest with bombe front and sides. Circa 1915. Brass hardware. 18" high, 25" wide, 15" deep. White painted finish. Good condition. Celluloid Heywood Wakefield Co. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

475 - A wicker roundel frame. 1920s. Original gold paint. Contains a period photograph of a young African American gentleman seated in a wicker photographers chair. 32" diameter. Frame is in very good condition, the photograph shows a 4 1/2" tear. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

476 - Rare Victorian wicker roundel mirror, circa 1890. Beveled glass mirror, curlicue trim, beaded border. 31" diameter. Original silver gilt painted finish. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

477 - Victorian wicker shell back side chair, circa 1890. Spider weave cane back panel, pressed cane seat, rolled scallop top. 38" high, 23" wide, 16 1/2" seat depth. Newer white painted finish, very good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

478 - Victorian wicker table, circa 1898, oak top and bottom shelf. Curlicue design. Older white painted finish. 30" high, top is 25 1/2" square. Good original condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

479 - Exceptional Victorian wicker (5)-piece parlor set, circa 1885. Oversized petal design comprised of curlicues. Original natural finish, newer pressed cane seats. To include: a settee, 39" high, 46" wide, 20" deep, 16" seat height, good condition. Four side chairs, 37" high, 20" wide, 16" deep, good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

480 - Large Victorian wicker handled basket, circa 1890. Original natural finish, urn-form. 26" high, 14" base diameter. Very good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

481 - Victorian wicker sewing basket, circa 1898, #6431 in the Heywood Bros. Wakefield Co. Catalog. Original natural finish. Swing handle, 31" high, top is 17" x 14". Good original condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

482 - Victorian wicker stool, rolled seat, circa 1890s, old white paint. 22 1/2" high, 15" diameter. Good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

483 - Victorian wicker settee, circa 1890. Old white painted finish. Elaborate curl and bead design. Interesting front cabriole legs. 39" high, 36" wide, 21" deep. Good overall condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

484 - Victorian wicker hanging magazine rack. Original natural finish, elaborate curlicue design, circa 1890s. Rolled edges. 29" high, 19" wide, 5 1/4" deep. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

485 - (2) antique wicker serving trays, circa 1920. The first is for drinks and hors d'oeurves, oval with handle. Circular center compartment with a metal liner for ice, four wicker cup holders. Comes with an odd wicker coaster. Original natural finish. 4" high, 26 1/2" x 18". Along with a wicker bed tray with lift-out tray with side compartments and drink holder. Original natural finish. 9 1/2" high, 30" wide, 16" deep. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

486 - (8) small wicker baskets and 2 wall pockets, late 19th - early 20th century. Ranging in size from 14" high to 6 1/2" high. Most are in good condition, showing age appropriate wear. One has a slightly damaged cover. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

487 - Victorian wicker and oak framed mirror, circa 1890. Ornate gesso trim, curlicue wicker design. Oblong inset mirror. 35" high, 22 1/4" wide. Original natural finish. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

488 - Victorian wicker frame, circa 1890s. Old painted finish. Ornate gesso-work border. Contains a colored lithograph, 1899 Sands of Time calendar. 29 1/2" x 19 1/2". Very good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

489 - Wicker frame. Circa 1900. Original natural finish. Contains a modern print depicting the discovery of Columbus. 29" x 24". Good condition, small break at top trim. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

490 - Wicker frame. Circa 1900. Old white painted finish. 1914 Charles A. Horn January calendar with a woman in repose. 24 1/2" x 29". Good condition. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

491 - Circa 1900 wicker frame, old brown painted finish. Rope twist motif border. Houses a diptych of a colored lithograph from the Ladies Home Journal "The School of Fish". 31 1/2" x 36". Shows chipping to paint and a little gesso loss. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

491a - (6) piece Art Deco wicker bedroom set, circa 1920, to include: a pair of twin beds 53 1/2" high, 42" wide, 80" long, a low chest with mirror 64 3/4" high, 43" wide, 22" deep, original glass pulls, a bow-front tall chest 72 3/4" high, 33 1/2" wide, 20 1/2" deep, glass pulls, a vanity with 3 section mirror, glass pulls, 56 1/2" high, 49" wide, 18 3/4" deep, and a night stand with door 27 1/2" high, by 14 1/4" square. All in old white painted finish, good condition with mirror paint and cane loss. Provenance: Mary Jean McLaughlin estate.

491b - Important Arts & Crafts wicker desk, circa 1910, 3 drawers, pigeon-hole interior, original green factory paint, 57" high, 47 1/2" wide, 25" deep. Good condition with minor cane loss to corner and some paint loss. Provenance: James Julia Auctions, August 1980.

491c - Victorian wicker etagere, very elaborate bead and curl design, circa 1890's, multi-tiered, newer white paint, 71" high, 34" wide, 19" deep.

491d - Arts & Crafts wicker breakfast table, circa 1910, quartersawn oak top and bottom shelf, 30" high, 41 1/2" diameter with octagonal top. Good condition.

491e - Wicker dining table and (6) chairs, circa 1915. Lattice work base with hexagonal oak top. 32" high, 65" diameter. Condition: minor cane loss, top has been refinished, braid on edge replaced, natural finish. The chairs have cane seats and are in overall good condition with minor losses to wrapping cane, original natural finish. 36 3/4" high, 17 1/4" wide, 15" deep, 18 1/4" seat height.

491f - Antique child's wicker wardrobe chest, circa 1920's, old white painted finish with applied floral garlands. 43 1/2" high, 37" wide, 17 1/2" deep. Very good condition.

491g - Wicker What-not shelf, circa 1890, Heywood Bros & Co. with original label in bottom, newer white painted finish. 39 1/2" high, 20 1/4" wide, 16 1/2" deep. Overall good condition.

491h - Art Deco wicker two-door cupboard with 3 interior shelves, 1920's, older white paint, gallery top. 58 1/2" high, 41" wide, 15" deep. Good condition.

491i - (3) piece Art Deco wicker parlor set to include two chairs with magazine baskets with diamond design woven in back, old white paint. The sofa is 40 3/4" high, 73" wide, 29 1/2" deep. Good condition with some paint loss. The chairs are 43" high, 33" wide, 29" deep. Good condition with minor cane loss to feet. This oversized set is sturdy and comfortable.

492 - (5) piece Lionel Standard Gauge train set, locomotive #392E, tender, 3 Stephen Girard cars, Liberty Bell, Coral Isle, 424,425,426, mint condition. All with Lionel tags.

493 - (7) piece Lionel Standard Gauge train set, #384T tender, #511 flat car with lumber, #512 Gondola car, #517 Caboose, #10 engine. 20th century. All in very good condition.

494 - (8) Lionel Standard Gauge trains, #50 New York Central Lines engine, NY Central Pullman, NY Central, U.S. Mail Railway Post Office, #114 CM & ST P Box car, #113 Open Box car, #112Gondola NY & NH & H RR coal car, #117 Caboose. Good condition.

495 - (2) Lionel buildings: Lionel City 8 1/2" high, 19 1/2", 8 1/2" deep and Power Station 10 1/2" high, 7 5/8" wide, 9 1/4" deep. Both in excellent condition. Some very slight surface rust.

496 - (97) piece lot Lionel Standard Gauge track, transformer, streetlights, bridges, gate crossing signals, 4 #222 and #223, track switches, 11 lead figures and dolly, 4 wooden model A style cars, 30 14" straight track, 20 curved track, 4 11" tracks, 2 14" track with bumper, 2 14" bridges, 4 7 1/2" street lights, #77 gate, #78 signal, 10" high, 9" railroad. Good overall condition. Transformer in unknown working condition.

497 - American Flyer 2 1/4" Standard Gauge train set, 1928, #4644 engine, American passenger car, Pleasant View passenger car, 20 pieces track, 2 switch track, Lionel #78 signal, wooden fence surrounded with 8 lamps with fence posts, several wooden village buildings, old Christmas lights several as is cardboard buildings, 1928 and 1929 Lionel catalogs, pocket edition. American Flyer manuals and catalogs, 1928 through 1953. 2 Ives train catalogs, circa 1929, transformer, etc. 36 pieces, original box. Transformer unknown condition.

497a - (9) piece Toy Train lot. To include Lionel train set in original boxes, litho tin cars, probably pre-war, 1688E engine, 2689 T tender, 2652 Gondola, 2680 Tank car, 2679 box car Baby Ruth, 2682 Caboose, #1019 track control, #1045 operating watchman, #1029 Lionel 027 transformer, 2 Lionel catalogs, mint condition together with Marx 13 pieces litho tin set, wind-up engine, no key, 7 cars, Union Station, Search, Signal and street light in original boxes and Wabash train bridge, all in excellent condition.

498 - Large collection of buttons. 19th century. Approximately 115 buttons, including a card of buttons with mother of pearl inlay, as well as a card with mostly brass and steel buttons. Along with a small collection of clear cut glass buttons. The mother of pearl buttons feature interesting designs and shapes, show some wear and loss to inlay. The metal buttons feature detailed foliate designs and are in very good condition. Ranging in size from 1/2" and 1 1/4" diameter.

499 - A large collection of artist paperweight glass buttons. Mostly 19th century. 73 total buttons. One is signed Hanson, one signed Gentile. One Group of 4 is from South Jersey, 1885. Ranging in size from approximately 1/4" diameter to 3/4" diameter. Comes with a handwritten letter and receipt from the New England Glass Co., dated September 6, 1849.

500 - (20) World War II cap badges. One set of pilot wings, several are sterling silver or gold-plated. Condition very good.

501 - (48) World War II era pin badges, many are sterling silver. One is brass and enamel, condition excellent, some are unused. Some are scarce.

502 - (50) World War II era military pins and badges, several are sterling silver. Condition is excellent, some are unused.

503 - (67) World War II era and later military pins and badges, several are sterling silver including several scarce with enamel. Condition is excellent, several are unused.

504 - (4) British Front plate helmet trim from the Boer War era including items from the 17th Lancers Division of South African Service, along with a 19th century French front plate helmet trim and 19th century pair of epaulets.

505 - Large lot of over 150 military unfirm buttons, mostly 20th century, US Marine Corp, several US Navy, excellent condition. Some unused.

506 - (77) British military uniform buttons from the late 19th century into the early 20th century, some scare examples.

507 - Large lot of military buttons, badges, and other uniform insignias from the US military and some British military, mostly 20th century. Excellent condition.

508 - Large lot of 17 cards of military buttons, mostly US military, sorted by different makers, all in very good to excellent condition.

509 - Box lot of carded military pins from WWII era, some are later, also includes US Army Air Force leather pouch and scare British Medal of Valor. Generally very good condition.

510 - (2) boxes of carded military buttons from US military, British military, Canadian military, Australian military, plus Railroad, Police and some GAR buttons. Very nice condition.

511 - (3) boxes of carded military buttons, 20th century, from US military and British military includes Royal Air Force, and the Royal Marines, very good condition. With identification.

512 - of British military pins, insignias, cap, belt, and other ornaments from the 17th Lancers Division and an early Victorian military buckle. Very nice condition, some unused.

513 - A bronze Olympic medal. Dated 1896. A participation medal from the first modern Olympic games in Athens in 1896. 2" diameter.

514 - V.D. Brenner - 1905 James McNeill Whistler plaque in silvered bronze inscribed "James McNeill Whistler, painter, etcher, author" with an image of Whistler with his hands on his hips and a butterfly logo. Signed V.D. Brenner upright corner. On the verso is the image of a peacock also signed V.D. Brenner. 2 1/2" high, 3 1/2" wide. Also includes a first day stamped cover envelope dated 1934 with two postage stamps depicting Whistler's mother. Also a two-cent stamp with Whistler's image and a 1909 copper penny. All are encased in custom-made plexiglass case.

515 - A lot of (3) bronze medals. To include: Benjamin Franklin by Augustin Dupre (1748-1833). Depicts a bust of Benjamin Franklin on the front and is dated 1784. On the verso it has Angel Lightning. 1 3/4" diameter. The second, "the Piped Piper" by Karl Perl (early 20th c., Vienna). Depicts the piper in a jester outfit with rats dangling from it. He is playing the pipe and leading five children away. In the border below "Der Rattenfanger von Hameln". Signed in field. 2" x 3". The last is by Karl Perl (early 20th c., Vienna) Austrian bronze. Circa 1920. Depicts a bearded man in boots, tunic, holding knife, bending towards seven little children who are pleading in despair. From Grimm's Fairytale. It's engraved "Der Kleine Daumling". Signed lower right. 3" wide, 2" high.

516 - (5) bronze medals. To include: Robert Merignac fencing plaque. French. Inscribed "Le Salut des Armes". 2" x 3 1/4". A small fencing plaque signed Codrey, measures 2 1/2" x 1 3/4". A fencing plaque by E. Robert Merignac. Inscribed "La Lecon D'Armes". 2" x 2 1/4". A fencing medal signed Bronze. 2" diameter. A bronze medal depicting a marathon scene with three nude athletes. Inscribed "The Joy of Effort". 3" diameter.

517 - A gilded bronze medal by Donald Delue. Titled "Bursting the Bonds". A rare square shape. Signed Delue lower left. It depicts a nude man escaping bondage. Dated August 1985. 3" x 3".

518 - (3) bronze medals. Foulop O. Beck (1873-1945) medal circa 1910. Signed lower right. Depicts four naked musicians in concert. 2 1/2" x 3 1/4". A bronze Leon Claude Mascaux (b. 1882, France). medal early 20th c. Titled "Pan with pipes and a female dancer". In the art deco style. 2" diameter. Signed middle left. August Party (1855-1930) bronze medal titled "Dedalus and Symbols of Flight". Medal dated 1885. Inscribed "Persistence conquers all, this way to the stars". Also inscribed "Balloons. Dirigeables. Experiences a l'establissment. De chalais Mevdon. 1885. 2 3/4" diameter.

519 - (2) bronze medals from the Society of Medalists. The first is by Janet De Coux, 1942. It is a reclining robed woman, asleep. Engraved THOV SLVCCARD. 25th issue. The back depicts three large ants and is inscribed "Go to the ant. Consider her ways and be wise." 3" diameter. The second is the 92nd issue, Oct 1976. Artist Bruno Lucchesi. Also signed by artist middle right. The medal depicts a raised embossed mother and child on one side. A young couple embracing romantically on the other side. 2 3/4".

520 - (2) sporting books, to include: The American Sportsman: Containing Hints to Sportsman and Notes on Shooting by Elijah J. Lewis, MD. J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, 1874. 8vo, brown embossed cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. 510 pages. Good condition with age appropriate wear, numerous interesting engraved illustrations of wildfowl, etc. Along with The Land - Birds - and Game - Birds - of New England, with descriptions of the birds, their nests and eggs, their Habits and Notes by H. D. Minot. Published by the Naturalist's Agency, Salem, MA 1877. 8vo. Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering. 456 pages, shows minor scuffing to spine and boards. First edition. Both have owner's inscription and note on frontispages.

521 - (2) leather bound books, to include: The Current Gold and Silver Coins of All Countries: with Facsimiles of the Coins and their Value in English Money by Leopold C. Martin & Charles Trubner, published by Trubner & C0., London, 1863. 8vo, 140 numbered pages. Binding shows minor splitting to the spine and scuffing to the edges. Has some shadow staining from the coin images to the neighboring text pages. Along with Across the Plains and Among the Diggings by Alonso Delano, Wilson - Erickson, Inc., NY, 1936. Interesting chronicle of mining in the Western USA. Numerous photographic illustrations. 192 pages, minor foxing. Gilt leather boards and spine, marbleized end papers. Minor scuffing to edges.

522 - The Sailing Boat by Henry Coleman Folkard, Esq. London, 1901, Edward Stanford, 5th edition. 4to. Leather spine and corners, cloth boards, 555 pages, as well as advertising for Folkard's other book, The Wild Fowler. Some brown staining, only on outer page edges, interior is in good condition. Haddon Library, Cambridge stamp.

523 - (5) railroad schedule broadsides, to include: 1) Holiday Service to New Bedford, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket Steamboat Line, April 1936, paper, 21 3/4" x 14", shows minor staining and chipping to edges. 2) Change in Train Service between Boston and Braintree, Brockton to Middleboro, Hyannis to Woods Hole, 1941, paper, 21 3/4" x 14", minor edge chipping. 3) Change in Train Service Providence to Boston, Northeastern to Canton, November 1940, cardstock, 22 1/4" x 14", minor wear to corners. 4) Change in train Service between Boston and Needham Heights, June 1940, cardstock, 22 1/4" x 14". 5) Change in Train Service between Boston and Whitman-Plymouth, August 1942, cardstock, 22 1/4" x 14", minor wear to edges.

524 - Collection of yachting magazines. Dating from 1927 and 1928. 1927 includes the months of July, August, September, October, November, and December. 1928 includes the months of January, February, March, April, May, and June. Magazines measure 12" x 9 1/4" and are housed in custom cloth bound book-form cases.

525 - (6) Civil War CDV's, 4" x 2 1/2". To include: 1) Isaac Osar Simpson of Mattapoisett, MA. He was born February 6, 1845, and died April 3, 1865. He served in the US Navy in the Civil War. Light foxing. 2) Lieutenant Spaulding, taken by J. Black, Washington & Boston, slight bending to top corners. 3) Union soldier by George A. Lenzi, Morristown, PA. 4) Union infantryman with rifle and bayonet by Hills Photographic Studio, New Bedford, MA. 5) Captain Charles O. Brigham, 1st Connecticut, Heavy artillery. Light foxing. 6) Naval cadet or officer, taken by N. S. Bowdish, US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.

526 - (6) Civil War CDVs, 4" x 2 1/2". To include: 1) Civil War soldier, Albert Ashley, seated, taken by O. J. Smith, Union photograph Rooms, Newbern, North Carolina. Slight bending to corner. Albert B. Ashley (1839-1916 of Middleborough and Freetown, Massachusetts sailed on two whaling voyages out of New Bedford between 1854 and 1857 on the ships Peri and Admiral Blake. A short biography published in 1906 stated the following: Ashley, Albert B., Freetown; 24. A natural orator, with great magnetic powers. Shipped in United States Navy May, 1861. Served on United States Frigate Mississippi, Gulf Squadron, Lieutenant Dewey (now Rear Admiral), executive officer. Participated in capture of New Orleans. Discharged from Navy, June, 1862. Enlisted in Company A, Third Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. Mustered out with regiment. Re-enlisted. Orderly sergeant, Company B, Fourth Massachusetts Cavalry from August, 1863, to March, 1865. Commissioned lieutenant in Twenty-first United States Colored Troops, March, 1865. Mustered out May, 1866. Went West, 1869. Manager of several coal mines and coal companies for twenty-two years. Grand Lecturer, State of Illinois, for sixteen years. Owner and manager of Ashley Heights since 1892. A man of wealth and influence. Popular with the mystic orders. Post Office (Summers). Ashley Heights, Lake Huron, Mich. (Winters), La Grange, Ill. 2) General McClellan with his wife. 3) Major General P. H. Sheridan. 4) Illustration of camp life by Matthew Brady, Washington, DC, 1862. Shows crease through the center. 5) Lieutenant Steven F. Spaulding. 6) General McClellan and his wife.

527 - (8) CDVs, 4" x 2 1/2", Civil war era, all related to President Lincoln. 1) "Abraham Lincoln, the Late President" shows chipping to the edges. 2) Abraham Lincoln in an oval window. 3) Lincoln, shows foxing. 4) Lincoln taken by Clifford & Shapleigh, Boston. 5) Lincoln and son, Tad. 6) Lincoln, his wife Mary, and son Tad. Slightly bent corners. 7) Lincoln, one spot in the top left. 8) Lincoln by G. H. Plimpton, Foxboro, MA.

528 - "President's Message from the New Bedford Mercury & Courier Offices" December 5, 1828. The two page speech was given on December 2, 1828 by John Quincy Adams. He mentions being favored by healthful seasons and abundant harvests. He also discusses tariffs, post offices, and the census.

529 - (12) stereoviews of Native Americans. Circa 1899. 11 are signed T. W. Ingersoll, one is by the Atlas View Co. Truman Ward Ingersoll (1862-1922) was a western photographer in Montana and Yellowstone. The images picture the Sioux, Blackfoot, and Crowfoot people, and one of Cable Road, Mt. Lowe, California. All of the cards are titled in the lower right and are in good condition. 11 measure 3 1/2" x 6", and one measures 3 1/2" x 6 3/4".

530 - (32) Native American and Canadian postcards. 28 are colored. They depict mostly Native American chiefs including Geronimo, Josephi, Rain in the Face, No Neck, Short Bull, etc. There are also images of women, Sioux, Blackfoot, and Seminole tribes. Good condition.

531 - Henry James, (4) first editions, to include: 1) "Confidence" Boston, Osgood & Co. 1880, 8vo. Red pebbled cloth, gilt lettering on spine. Ownership signature and purchase information inscribed in pencil. Light wear to the top and bottom of spine. Paper loss to the upper right corner of the back first page due to a sticker removal. Limited to 1500 copies. 2) "Terminations" London, William Heinmann, 1895, 8vo. Blue cloth boards, gilt lettering, embossed flowers on front board. Ownership signature on front page in ink. Hand cut pages, light wear and scuffing to extremities. 3) Two volumes of "William Wetmore Store and his Friends" Edinburgh and London, 1903, 8vo. Gilt lettering on spine. Some light foxing on frontispages and minor staining to the bottom page edges. Light wear to extremities. Ownership signature on title page of page 1 in ink.

532 - Maritime Photography. Early 20th century. Images of yachting and warships from the collection of Llewellyn Howland, Historian, author, and rare book dealer. Boston Camera Club, 24 glass negatives depicting sailing and steam powered yachts, many of them taken by W. H. Russell and one by J. F. Bacheller. Some subjects include the steam yacht Sagamore, the yacht Lagoda at West Point on the Hudson, the deck of the US Naval vessel Atlanta, US Galatin, US Chicago, Tom Cat, etc. All measure 4" x 3 1/4" and appear to be in good condition. There are 3 black and white photos of the battleships Iowa, Maine and Massachusetts, 3" x 5 1/4". Photograph of the Naval College, a CDV of Charles Cook and a tintype of 2 couples, one is possibly of a young Charles Cook.

533 - White Star and Cunard Line, 37 page scrap book, ca. 1905, with approximately 170 black and white photographs taken by F. W. Davis on a European trip from NY to Constantinople, September 9, 1905 to November 7, 1905. The book contains the White Star Line's Passenger List booklet. Many black and white photographs were taken onboard the RMS Lucania of the Cunard line. It starts off with views in Paris, including Versailles, then onto Cologne, Verona, Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples, Pompeii, Palermo, Greece and the Parthenon, Constantinople, Winsor Castle, etc. There is a full page map which outlines the ports, of the trip. They arrived back in the US Jun 17, 1906. The book is filled with many wonderful period images depicting luxury travel in the early 20th c.

534 - Omoo, A Narrative of Adventures in the South Seas by Herman Melville, London, 1847, First Edition, original maroon cloth binding, 321 pages, very good condition, some spine fading. Provenance: Weld family library.

535 - Typee or A Narrative of a Four Months Residence among the natives of the Marquesas Islands or a Peep at Polynesian Life by Herman Melville, London, 1847. First Edition, 12 vo, 301 pages, original maroon cloth binding, spine fading. Good to very good overall condition. Dedication to Lemuel Shaw. Provenance: Weld family library.

536 - North American Indians by George Catlin, octavo, 2 volumes, London, 1841, second edition, full leather with 400 illustrations and maps. All edges gilt. Very good overall condition with some wear on edges of bindings. Handwritten dedication to Adora Julia Letheridge from her grand-mama, 1841. Provenance: Weld family library.

537 - Scare Lives of the Admirals and other Eminent British Seamen by John Campbell, 1742, London, 4 volumes. Full leather, First Edition. Very good condition with additional rare engravings of Spanish, Armada and British Navy. Along with A Text Book of Naval Architecture by J.J. Welch, London, 1891, some scuffing to binding and toning to pages. Overall good condition. Provenance: Thomas Weld library, Lulworth Castle.

538 - The Day's Work by Rudyard Kipling, 1898, gilt stamped, First Edition, in custom blue cloth and blue leather clamshell and slipcase. Very fine condition. Provenance: Weld family library.

539 - The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, London. George Harrap & Company, 1928, 1/2 leather, pictural end papers and 8 color illustrations and numerous black and white designs. Large octavo, very good overall condition. Provenance: Weld family library.

540 - The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles Dickens, in the original 6-part blue paper, 1870 edition complete with numerous advertising in a custom made red clamshell case. Additional paperwork from binder. Very good condition. Provenance: Weld family library

541 - The Works of William Shakespeare, 1844, 8 volumes, London, 1/2 maroon leather octavo, marbled edges and end papers. Very good condition with an additional letter that describes getting the dean of Harvard College drunk. Provenance: Weld family library.

542 - Famous etchings from Durer to Whistler, folio size, 12 Photogravure plates, published by Halton and Truscott Smith Limited in London. Brown paper covered boards, chips on spine. Plates are in very good condition. Provenance: Weld family library.

543 - Rare History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset by John Hutchins, 2 volumes, London, 1774, First edition with all maps and engravings, published by Bowyer and Nichols. Full leather folio size, loose boards, contents complete and in very good condition. Provenance: Weld family library.

544 - Rare Plates of the Louterell Psalter, plates XX to XXV, 1839, London. Large folio in red cloth boards with fading and wear, some toning to the text. Provence: Weld family library.

545 - Miniatures: An Essay of Portrait Miniatures, 1930 Limited to 200 copies. This copy #43, a gift to William Weld from Alyn Williams, President of the Royal Society of Miniature Painters. Provenance: Weld family library.

546 - 1608 edition of The English Martyrologue, extremely rare and important, small octavo in original vellum binding, complete on 356 pages including the Alphabetical Table of Martyred Saints. Very good condition. This copy is from the famous Weld Library at Lulworth Castle and is one of a handful of copies known in North America. Other copies are in the Boston Athenium, Harvard University, the Folger Museum and the Huntington Library.

547 - 1604 edition The Third Part of a Treatise by N.D., the Three Conversions of England, rare and important, small octavo, original vellum binding. Binding is rough condition, pages are in near perfect condition, some light staining on first few pages.

547a - History of Roman Catholic Families of England. 1887. A rare and important complete set of Genealogical Collections Illustrating the History of Roman Catholic Families of England. Folio size boards and spine shows use, some loose pages and boards. Contents in very good condition. Limited private printing. Provenance: Weld family library.

548 - The Novels of Victor Hugo, 1892, Holland Paper Edition, 14 volumes, published by George Barrie, Philadelphia, small folio. Hundreds of engravings. Full leather with custom gilt decorative bindings made for W. George Weld. Each volume with his initials stamped in gold. Beige gros grain silk end papers, binding having numerous scuffs at corners and chips on several spines. From the Weld family library.

549 - (2) copies of Salvage from the Wreck by Father Galley, S.J., 1889, London with 18 portraits and a 1903 edition with book sellers paperwork. Both in a red cloth hard clamshell case, bearing the bookplate of William Geoge Weld. Both volumes are rated good condition. Case is near new condition.

550 - 1790 Map of Dorsetshire, unframed hand colored, good condition. 19" x 24", some toning and chips along with edges.

551 - (2) Cummings Gentleman's Useful Memorandum book for the Year 1773, small leather bound volumes. Used by Edward Weld with many handwritten entries. In custom slipcase. Very good condition, along with a small 2 1/2 x 3 1/2" leatherbound volume of Key to Heaven, late 19th century Philadelphia publication. Both are part of the Weld's Lulworth Castle family library.

552 - (4) volumes to include First Edition Sporting Prints by F. Gordon Roe, 1927, Connoisseur Ltd, quarto, London, half red leather binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, in slipcase. A second volume of Sporting Prints, very good condition, by Roe, regular trade, First Edition, 1927. Game Birds by Hugh Pollard, illustrated by Philip Rickman, 1929, London, First Edition quarto, green cloth, near fine condition with gilt decoration with dust jacket. Plus a copy of My Hunting Sketch Book written and illustrated by Lionel Edwards, R.I., London, 1928, First Edition, half red leather binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, quarto, excellent condition with custom slipcase. From the Weld family library.

553 - (4) volumes to include Pen Drawing and Pen Draughtsmen by Joseph Pennell N.A., quarto, 1921, London, First Edition, beige buckram binding, cracked front hinge, overall very good condition. A copy of The Adventures of an Illustrator by Joseph Pennell N.A., 1925, Boston, quarto, beige buckram gilt stamped about fine condition with very good dust jacket and good original slipcase. A copy of A London Reverie by Joseph Pennell N.A., London, 1928, First Edition, small quarto, 56 illustrations, beige buckram gilt decoration, fine condition with good as is dust jacket, plus a copy of Some Dorset Manor Houses by Sidney Heath and W. de C. Prideaux, 1907, London, 40 illustrations, quarto, maroon buckram with gilt decoration, some foxing throughout, overall condition is good plus. From the Weld family library.

553a - History and Antiquities of Dorset by John Hutchins M.A. Westminster, 4 volumes, 1861, 1863, 1868, 1870, small folio, 3rd edition. Hundreds of charts, maps, engravings, full textured calf bindings. Very good condition, all four volumes bearing the bookplate of William George Weld. Nearly 3,000 pages. The definitive tome on the history of Dorset County in England. An exceptional set.

554 - 92 stereoptic viewer cards, World War I related. Standard size 3 1/2" x 7". Including interesting views of trench warfare, field hospitals, and aviation. Comes in a custom fitted case, book form, gilt lettering. Appear to be in almost unused, mint condition.

555 - 92 stereoptic viewer cards, ethnographic. Standard size 3 1/2" x 7". Includes interesting views of various Swahili speaking groups in Africa, Egyptian mummy, people of the Middle East and India, and other fascinating subjects. Come in a custom fitted base, book form, gilt lettering. Appear to be in nearly mint, unused condition.

556 - 146 stereoptic viewer cards, comic, romantic, and Victorian interior subject matter. Some are by B. W. Kilburn. Many are black and white, some are colored. Some show age appropriate wear and foxing, but most are in good condition.

557 - 181 stereoptic viewer cards, containing images of worldwide subjects (South Africa, Singapore, Japan, India, Cuba, Hawaii), US subjects (Niagara Falls, Colorado, Railroad, Massachusetts, etc), and other interesting scenes. Most are in fair to good condition, some show wear and fading. A mix of black and white, and colored images.

558 - Collection of early photography, including 5 daguerreotypes and 2 ambrotypes. Daguerreotypes including: 1) by W. I. Trexel from a lithograph of George Washington by Rembrandt Peale, 3 3/4" x 3" closed, embossed leather case, in a modern shadowbox. 2) depicts a family seated while one woman holds a prayerbook, 3" x 3 3/4" closed in leather embossed case. 3) depicts a young gentleman, Thomas Robinson Harris, 4 3/4" x 3 3/4" closed in a leather embossed case, great condition. 4) taken from a painting of a gentleman, 4 3/4" x 3 3/4" closed in a leather embossed case, case shows some wear. 5) taken from a painting of a young lady, 6" x 5" closed in an embossed leather case, taped spine. The ambrotypes include: 1) depicting the residence of Mr. Luther Johnson, Hampstead, NH, interior note states it was taken May 16, 1859, by L. M. Emery, 4 3/4" x 3 3/4" closed in a leather embossed case. 2) depicting Mrs. Luther Johnson, holding a book, 3 3/4" x 3 1/4" closed in a leather embossed case.

559 - (14) Victorian Photographs. 19th century, depicting people of various ages. Mostly ambrotypes. In period gilt metal frames. Range in size from 2 1/2" x 2" to 3 1/4" x 2 3/4". Most are missing the covers to their fitted cases, or the cases entirely. In a modern glass front case.

560 - Clifford Ashley (1881-1947, New Bedford artist) 3-piece lot to include: The Ashley Book of Knots by Clifford W. Ashley. Doubleday, Doran & Co., NY, 1944. 4to, blue cloth boards, spine and edges show wear and fading. Interior is in very good condition. Signed Clifford Ashley, Westport, May 5, 1944. Remarked "These are the gifts of art and art thrives most where commerce has enriched the busy coast. - Couper" Along with two mixed media sketches depicting African women, one is titled "High Point Crib" Sight size 4 3/4" x 4". The other is titled "Light Trailer", signed lower left CWA, sight size 5" x 7". Both are in black carved frame with matting, 8 1/2" x 10 3/4".

561 - Daguerreotype portrait of Dr. Elias Braman Harris (September 13, 1824, Richfield Springs, NY- August 7, 1900, San Francisco, CA). Portrait by Jacob Shew (1826-1879) Sacramento, CA. Jacob Shew was the brother of noted photographer William Shew. Dr. Harris arrived in San Francisco in 1850, and operated several businesses including a medical practice, hotel, mill, and mine in Amador County, CA. He was also a personal physician to the Bonanza Kings. Harris served in the United States Navy during the Civil War. In 1865 he married Anna Isabella Stevens (August 14, 1828, New York, NY- July 18, 1908, Mill Valley, Marin, CA) Overall 5 1/2" x 4 1/4".

562 - Collection of 40 primarily fishing, 19th c. engravings and etchings, to include: "Lover's Leap", 5 3/4" x 8 1/4". "The Angler", some coloring, 10" x 8 1/4". "Rural Subjects, New Hampshire", some coloring, 6 3/4" x 8 1/2", shows foxing. "Punt Fishing", 4 1/4" x 6 3/4". "Amusement", 10 1/4" x 7 1/2", some foxing. "La Peche", large folio, foxing and some tears, 19" x 25". "La Peche Interressant", 14 1/2" x 19", some discoloration. "Worm Fishing", heavy foxing, 9 1/2" x 13". Nature scene, 10" x 15". Fishing scene signed Charles Whynper, Print seller's association embossed stamp, 14" x 18 1/2". Douglas Adams, pencil signed fishing scene, 9" x 12". 12 3/4" x 9 1/4". Boy fishing, some spotting, 10" x 8". " Imp. Roret. Hautefeuille 12", 12" x 9 1/2". "Les Pecheurs Falamands", 10 1/2" x 14". "Vue Ditalie", 9 1/4" x 12". "Peche des thons a Cadix", 6 1/4" x 7 1/8". "Le Prince delinauit", 11" x 7 1/2". " Vue du Port et Golfe de Calvi Dans L'Isle de Corse", 9 3/4" x 11 3/4". "Vue du Golfe et Port de St. Florent dans l'Isle de Corse", 10" x 11 1/2". " A Monsieur de Marcenay de la Brauce Ecuyer", 10 3/4" x 12". Woman with fly rod and binoculars, 15 3/4" x 11". "Veduta dei Castelli di Canero sul Lago Maggiore", 11 1/2" x 15 1/4". "Le retour de la Peche", 6" x 8". Men fly fishing, 12 1/2" x 9 1/2". Young boys fishing, 12" x 9 1/2". Man fishing, 12" x 9 1/2". Douglas Adams signed fly fishing, 8 3/4" x 12". Pike fishing, 5 1/4" x 9". "La Cantine des Pecheurs", 11 1/2" x 14 1/4". Fishing in a cave, 11" x 7 1/2". "La Peche", 9 1/2" x 12 3/4". Couple fishing, 8" x 4 1/2". "Claude Lorraine", colored, 12 1/2" x 15 3/4". "Peche au Saumon", 15 1/2" x 18 1/2". "La Peche", 20" x 14 3/4". "Patience in a Punt", 10 1/2" x 14 1/4", colored. "Prospect of a Costum House", 1" tear at bottom margin, colored, 16 3/4" x 22 1/2". "The Enthusiast", 17" x 24. Untitled fishing at a mountain lake, colored, 19" x 24". "Le Pecheur", 13" x 17 1/2". All measurements given are of sheet size. Comes in a fitted period case, worn condition.

563 - J. Gould & H. C. Richter, hand colored lithographs, mid-19th c. Depicting birds. One is titled Platycercus pennantii, measuring 21 1/2" x 14 1/2", good condition. The other is "Cacatua leadbeateri: wagl." shows some tanning and foxing, also 21 1/2" x 14 1/2".

564 - Engagement between the Chesapeake and the Shannon, aquatint by Jeakes. Captain Brooke commanded the Shannon, while the American frigate Chesapeake was commanded by Captain Lawrence. The Chesapeake was boarded and taken in sight of Boston Harbor in 1813. Sight size 18" x 22", overall in a 19th c. oak frame and under glass. This rare colored print shows damage in the form of a repair to the left and right corners, several larger tears, and some staining and discoloration.

565 - 1858 ship's insurance policy, Brig John Walsh of Newport, built at Prescott, ME, 1846. Previously enrolled in Charleston, SC in 1848. The owners were George Munro, William Munro, and Josiah Munro of Newport. The Master was Benjamin Melville, Newport. Framed and matted. Custom house embossed stamp as well as a Washington Internal Revenue stamp. Sight size 17" x 10 1/2".

566 - Barry Smith, colored lithograph titled "Tomorrow's Birds". 1,587/47,000. Pencil signed lower right. Sight size 18 1/2" x 22", nicely framed and matted overall 27" x 31".

567 - (3) duck stamp prints to include The First of the Nation, Costa Rica, 1992-1993, Gerardo Valerio, pencil signed and numbered 1372/6000 with four stamps. Nicely framed 19 1/2" x 17" overall. United Kingdom, Julian Norwood, pencil signed lower right, colored print Ducks in Flight #372/925. United Kingdom First of Nation duck stamp colored print 1991, pencil signed #372/950, comes with a matching signed mint stamp, an unsigned mint stamp gold plated artist signed medallion and a First Day cover, framed 19 1/2" x 17" overall.

568 - (2) Massachusetts duck stamp prints. One is Bob Piscatori (20th/21st century), Green-wing Teal Drake by Joseph Lincoln, pencil signed lower right, edition #3/35, Duck Unlimited with 2003 state duck stamp., nicely framed and matted, 17 1/2" x 19 3/4". The other is Virginia Freyermuth (20th/21st century), Stephen Badlam, Old Squaw Hen Decoy, 1999, pencil signed lower right, edition #3/50 with a 1999 state duck stamp, nicely framed, 18" x 19 3/4".

569 - (2) duck stamp prints to include Andre Buzin (Belgium), The European Teal, signed in pencil lower right, edition #3071/4000, 1999-2000. Includes signed mint stamp and unsigned stamp as well as a First Day over, nicely framed. 21 3/4" x 17 1/4". Along with Magyar Vadvilgret (Hungarian), Ducks, signed lower right, edition #2514/3350. Includes signed mint stamp and unsigned stamp, also First Day cover, nicely framed, 21 1/2" x 17". Good condition with light foxing on mat.

570 - Map of Lake Winnipesaukee and vicinity reached by the Boston & Maine, and Steamer Mount Washington by Rand, Avery Supply Company Engravers and Printers, Boston, sight size 16" x 11", with frame 21 1/2" x 17 1/2". Good condition.

571 - White Mountains, (3) framed prints to include an 1838 View of Meredith, New Hampshire, colored engraving by Bartlet, sight size 5" x 7", minor foxing. Early 19th century engraving black and white of Centre Harbour, Lake Winnipesaukee by W. H. Bartlett, sight size 4 1/2" x 7", light foxing on border. Last is The Profile Rock, The Old Man of the Mountain, Franconia, NH, J. H. Bufford lithograph, 1847, sight size 9" x 12 1/2", with frame 13" x 17".

572 - White Mountain area engraving, 19th century, with maps and images of Conway Centre, Sandwich Centre, South Wolfboro, Madison, Ossipee, etc. Sight size 25" x 16" wide frame, 32" x 23". Good condition with crease in center.

573 - White Mountains, Currier, colored lithograph, Village View with Mountains in the distance after Franny Palmer (1812-1876), sight size 15" x 20", with frame 22 1/2" x 28 1/2". Mat is covering the title. Has not been removed from frame. Light foxing on mat.

574 - French and Indian War period map Port of Boston, circa 1750, Carta Rappresentante il Porto di Boston. Engraved by G. M. Terreni, signed lower left, hand colored. The title is printed in a banner design across the top of the map. It appears to be in excellent condition but has not been removed from the frame. Sight size 8 1/2" x 7", with frame 4 3/4" x 13 1/2". Provenance: George Morgan acquired in 1972 from Parker House, London.

575 - George Hubel engraved map of Suffolke, described and divided into Hundreds. Hand colored, also shows parts of Essex and Norfolke. Additional displays of the coats of arms of Earles and Dukes of Sufefolk on both boarders. The back lists named and divisions. Sight size 15" x 20", with frame overall 16 1/2" x 21 3/4". Appears to be in good condition but has not been removed from the frame.

576 - John Stockdale, 1805, (2) English maps. The first is of Suffolk, engraved by I. Cary, hand colored. Sight size 16" x 20 1/4", with frame it is 21 1/4" x 27 1/2". Light foxing and tanning. The second map is of Devonshire also engraved by Cary, hand colored. Sight size 17" x 19", with frame 21 1/4" x 27 1/2". Shows some light foxing. Maps have not been removed from the frames.

577 - Map of Macedonia, "Macedonia Epirus et Achaia". Cartographer J. Bleau, circa 1690-1700. Hand colored. Sight size 16 1/4" x 19 3/4", with frame 22 1/4" x 25 3/4". Good condition but has not been removed from the frame.

578 - (2) maps of England, to include: a Britannice Insule "British Isles", 1778, with observations of Robert de Vaugondy, Par p. Santini and Chez MM. Remondini, engraved and hand colored. Sight size 19" x 22", with frame 21 3/4" x 29 1/2". Along with an engraved hand colored map, probably 17th century, titled Engalond Anglia Annglo Saxonum Heptarchia - Land of weapons and might spirits. Sight size 11" x 13", with frame 13 1/4" x 16". Shows tanning and some staining. Maps have not been removed from frames.

579 - Illuminated antiphonary, framed leaf, France, probably 13th-14th century on vellum with black gothic lettering and floral design in watercolor. Very large. Sight size 30 1/2" x 23 1/4", with frame 33 1/2" x 26 1/2". Shows wrinkling and age-appropriate wear.

580 - Harvard University, 1815 diploma for a Bachelor's degree award to Thomas Pratt on parchment in Latin. Engraved by T. Wightman with attached Harvard seal. Sight size 12 1/2" x 15 1/2", with frame 16" x 20". Good condition with minor staining.

581 - "The Last Words and Dying Speech of Robert Young" printed broadside by the Printing Office Worcester. Young was executed on March 11, 1779 for the rape of the 11 year old child of Jane Green in Brookfield, Worcester County on September 3. At the top there is a detailed engraving of the hanging. There is an account of Young's wild escapades in England and Canada while in the British Army, and finally in Massachusetts. Sight size 6 1/2" x 14", with the frame it 7 1/2" x 15". Shows a 6" x 1" repair to the right margin and a 1 1/2" tear to the lower left corner.

582 - George Orwell, "Animal Farm", 1st American edition. Published by Harcourt and Brace, 1946. 118 pages with original dust jacket. 8vo. Dust jacket shows wear to the edges and slight chipping at the top and bottom of the spine. Inside corners are clipped. Black cloth boards with gilt lettering. Book is in good to very good condition.

583 - (3) etchings and (1) engraving. 1) "California Coast" by William C. Ostrander. Sheet size 9 1/8" x 11 1/2". Signed lower right and titled lower left in pencil, very good condition. 2) "Up the Hill" by James D. Smillie, 1833-1909, USA and Great Britain. Sheet size 15" x 10 3/4". Signed in plate, very good condition. 3) William P. Robins, British 1882-1959, signed in pencil lower right and titled, 8" x 10 3/4". 4) Engraving titled "Southern Side of Willamette Falls". Signed in plate Bobbett. 12 1/2" x 9 1/4". Shows tanning to edges.

584 - "The Republic Daily" Washington newspaper containing bound editions starting June 14, 1850 and going until December 11, 1850. Approximately 128 issues. Some days are missing. Sight size 23 1/4" x 17 3/4". Overall fair condition. Boards show extreme wear and loss. Some of the papers show tears and staining.

585 - Peter Moran (1841-1914, USA, Great Britain). Three unframed etchings. 1) "The last Hope", depicting hunting dogs chasing a large hare or rabbit, signed in plate lower right. Published by George Barrie. Sheet size 12" x 17", good condition. 2) "Ocean Ploughing", 1886, signed lower right in plate. Published by George Barrie, sheet size 12 3/4" x 17". Shows minor tanning on edges. Otherwise good condition. 3) "The Last Hope" drypoint after Ronner, George Barrie publisher. Signed in plate lower right. 11 1/4" x 13 1/4" sheet size. Very good condition.

586 - Louis Icart (1888-1950) "On the Quay", Paris. Etching and aquatint with some hand coloring. Signed lower right with windmill stamp lower left. Also titled in pencil at bottom. Sight size 13 1/4" x 6 1/4". In a period carved and gilded frame 20" x 12 3/4". Good condition with light tanning to the upper right corner.

587 - Louis Icart (1888-1950) "Place Vendome", etching and aquatint with some hand coloring. Signed lower right with embossed windmill stamp lower left. Titled at bottom in pencil. 13 1/4" x 6 1/4". In period carved and gilt frame 20" x 12 3/4". Shows some light staining.

588 - (2) etchings by Leroy Yale (1841-1906, Martha's Vineyard and Nonquitt summer resident). One etching is titled "Barney's Joy", 1881, signed lower right. Sight size 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", with frame 11 1/4" x 15". The other is "Quissett", September 12, 1890. Signed lower left in plate. Sight size 6 3/4" x 11", overall with frame 14 1/4" x 18". Shows light staining under glass, frame corner has a small chip/

589 - Harpers Weekly, vol. 5, 1861, Civil War January 5, 1861- December 28, 1861. Numerous interesting illustrations. Front page, February 2, has Homer illustration, also M. Nevin, Chapin, Homer, May 26, 1861. Homer, June 29, 1861, front page, etc. 439 pages. 16 1/2" x 11 1/2". Binding in poor condition, spine covering is missing. Boards show extreme wear. Text is in overall fair condition with some torn pages and some staining.

590 - The illustrated London News, two bound volumes. The first runs from July to December 1856. 686 pages with numerous interesting illustrations, some by Dore. 16" x 11". Cloth and leather boards in poor condition. Boards are detached. Interior of book is in good condition with a few tears and some light staining. The second runs from January to June 1860, 614 pages. 16" x 11". Leather and cloth binding shows substantial wear. The first 11 pages show damage (holes caused by silver fish). The rest of the 603 pages are in good condition.

591 - Henry Bostwick, 1827, bound atlas "A Historical, Chronological and genealogical Chart" exhibiting maps of "Ancient Countries, as well as a new scale of time charts" developed by Bostwick including countries in the Mediterranean, Greece, France, and Germany. 18" x 14". Marbleized boards show wear and scuffing, leather spine missing. Several pages show tears to the corners. On hand laid watermarked paper. Fair to good condition.

592 - The National Aegis, Worcester, MA by Hector Ironside, published by Robert Johnson, 1801. The bound volume contains approximately 82 issues of this newspaper running from Wednesday, December 9, 1801 to November 23, 1803. It appears to have been a weekly publication, some weeks are missing. 19" x 12". The boards and spine show wear. Some staining and tanning on the interior, 4-5 pages have tears. Shows age appropriate wear.

593 - Red Sox poster, "Ted Williams and Friends" signed by Bobby Doerr, Johnny Pesky, Ted Williams, Eddie Pellegrini. Dom DiMaggio is pictured but he did not sign. This poster commemorates Ted Williams' final time at bat at Fenway when he hit a 450 ft home run, the 521st of his career. The poster is additionally signed lower left James M. Amore, 90. Sight size 19 3/4" x 15 1/2", with frame 24" x 20". Along with a book titled "The Teammates", 2003, 8vo. Signed on the title page Bobby Doerr, Dom DiMaggio, and Johnny Pesky, as well as the author, David Halbestan. Original dust jacket. Provenance: the estate of John D. Gibbons, Mattapoisett. Comes with a photograph of Dom DiMaggio shaking hands with John D. Gibbons. They were close personal friends and lived in adjacent towns. Good condition.

594 - Josiah Burchett, "A Complete History of the Most Remarkable Transactions at Sea, from the Earliest Accounts of Time to the Conclusions of the Last War with France" in fine books, London, 1720. Printed by W. B. J. Walthol. 4to, leather binding with marbleized end papers. 800 pages and index. This is the first general naval history written in the English language. Overall good condition with minor foxing, some scuffing.

595 - (40) prints related to fishing, 18th/19th century prints and etchings and lithographs, some are colored. Some titles include Bieselinger, On the Wye, Angling 1810 by William Byrne, Bark Lack Kentucky by Frankenstein, Vue des Environs de Boston by Regona, Anglers by Atken, Rural Delights, Cotton's Fishing House London, Angling at Sadler's Wells dated 1796 by Woodward, Palazzo E. Giardano by Krieger, Le Lune Cachee by Vandreneer, The Trout Stream by Archer, Pike Fishing by W. Smith, Trying the Tackle by Westley, River Fishing, The Royal Anglers on Virginia Water by Dean & Co. All housed in hinged matting which measure 14 1/4" x 19 1/2". They are not glued down but mounted with archival tape at top. Unframed. All in cloth portfolio case.

596 - (12) Japanese Ukiyo-e prints, colored woodblocks, early 20th century, matted and have hinged archival tape, some laid down. Four by Utagawa Hiroshige II, Heiken Temple, sight sizes are 14 1/2" x 9 3/4", View of Famous Place in Edo, 14 1/4" x 10", Akabane, 14 3/4" x 10", good condition, Snow scene, 13 1/4" x 10 3/4", laid down on blue paper, good condition. Four by Touohara Kunichika to include 36 Enchanting Flowers, 13 1/2" x 8 3/4", minor chipping to edge and small water stain to right corner, The Wife of Tsunayoshi, 13 3/4" x 9 1/4", laid down on brown paper, good condition, The Midaidokoro of Lenari, 13 3/4" x 9 1/4", small tear to lower corner, Lady Tsukiyama, 14" x 9 1/4", slight tear to upper left corner. One by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Girl Doing Laundry, 13 1/4" x 8 3/4", laid down on brown paper, good condition. One with 2 Geisha women, 14 1/2" x 9 1/2", laid down on brown paper. One of 3 Geisha women, 14" x 9 1/4", laid down on brown paper. One with 13 seated noblemen, 15" x 10", good condition. With the matting they measure 20" x 16" overall.

597 - Robert Swain Gifford (1840-1905, New Bedford, MA & NY) etching, signed in pencil lower right and in the plate. After a painting by Dwight Tryon. Depicts cows grazing. Sight size 6 1/4" x 8 1/4", overall 13 3/4" x 16 1/2", in frame. Good condition.

598 - Collection of (31) Civil War battle maps. Published by the authority of the Honorable Secretary of War. To include: 1) four Atlantic Campaign maps for a battle which took place in 1864, published in 1874, 1876, and 1877, 25 1/2" x 26 1/2". 2) Port Hudson and vicinity 1864, published 1875. 3) Battlefield of Bull Run Virginia, 1861, published in 1877. 4) Military Defenses of Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport 1872, published in 1877. 5) Battle of Iuka, Mississippi 1862, published 1876. 6) Military operations in front of Atlanta, Georgia 1864, published 1875. 7) Campaign map of the army of the Potomac, undated. 8) Appomattox River, undated. 9) Army of the Cumberland, undated. 10) Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tennessee 1864, published in 1874. 11) The Defenses of Charleston City and Harbor 1863 & 1864, no publication date. 12) The Siege of Yorktown, VA 1862, no publication date. 13) Plan of Fort Donalson, published in 1875. 14) Cumberland Gap, TN 1862, published in 1877. 15) Map of the Action at Drainville, VA 1861, published in 1875. 16) Siege Operations at Spanish Fort, Mobile Bay 1865, no publication date. 17) Map of the Battlefield near Belmont, Missouri 1861, published in 1876. 18) The Plan of Fort Henry, published in 1875. 19) Campaign Maps, Army of the Potomac, Williamsburg to the White House, not dated. 20) Battlefield in front of Franklin, TN 1864, published in 1874. 21) Military Reconnaissance in the Vicinity of Gauley Bridge 1861, published in 1879. 22) Central Virginia showing Lt. General U. S. Grant's Campaign 1864-64, no publication date. 23) Map Illustrating the Defense of Savannah, GA 1864, no publication date. 24) Map of the Battlefield of Chattanooga, 1864, published in 1875. 25) Map of the Battlefield of Five Forks, not dated. 26) Approaches and Defenses of Knoxville TN 1863-64, no publication date. 27) Fort Sumpter 1865, no publication date. 28) Map of the Country between Milliken's Bend, LA and Jackson, Miss, 1863, no publication date. Ranges in size from 15" x 13 1/2" to 26 1/2" x 37 1/4". Overall fair condition, shows appropriate wear from use and age, some staining and foxing throughout as well as chipping and paper loss to some corners. Along with a colored military map of middle and southern states, showing the "Seat of War During the Great Rebellion", published in NY by W. Schaus, Broadway, shows discoloration, chipping and paper loss to borders, 28" x 35 1/2"

598a - Wallace Nutting, (26) books to include: "England Beautiful" with dust jacket (tears), "Ireland Beautiful" with dust jacket, "New York Beautiful" with dust jacket, "New Hampshire Beautiful" with dust jacket, two "Vermont Beautiful" with dust jackets, "Connecticut Beautiful" with dust jacket, "Pennsylvania Beautiful" with dust jacket. Four "Massachusetts Beautiful" with dust jackets, "Pennsylvania Beautiful" without dust jacket, "Connecticut Beautiful" without dust jacket, "Virginia Beautiful" without dust jacket, two "Massachusetts Beautiful" without dust jacket, "Vermont Beautiful" without dust jacket, "Furniture Treasury" with a torn dust jacket. "Furniture of the Pilgrim Century" vols i & ii, four price guides to Wallace Nutting pictures, one "Collector's Guide to Wallace Nutting Furniture" and 3 blank checks from the Wallace Nutting Picture Co. Also a pine board with the Nutting Furniture stamp.

599 - Vintage Beverwyck Beer advertising sign for Irish Brand Cream Ale, Beverwyck Breweries Inc., Albany, NY. Sight size 16 1/2" x 13 1/2", overall with frame 18 1/2" x 15". Good condition.

599a - (5) books by MFK Fisher, to include: 1) "Dubious Honors" North Point Press, 1988, 8vo with original dust jacket, good condition. 2) "To Begin Again: Stories and Memories" 1908-1927, first edition, Pantheon Books, San Francisco & New York 1992, 8vo. Original dust jacket, good condition. 3) "Consider the Oyster" Duell, Sloan, and Pearse, New York 1941. 1st edition, original dust jacket which shows scuffing and small tears, text is in good condition. 4) "The Gastronomical Me" Duell, Sloan & Pearse, NY 1943. 1st edition, original dust jacket shows extensive wear and paper loss. Book has minor staining on some bottom edges of pages and some scuffing to corner boards. Tear to spine at top. 5) "The Art of Eating" The Macmillan Co., NY, 1954, original dust jacket shows tears, slight foxing on top edges of pages.

600 - Vintage movie poster, Hamilton Powell's production of "Little Peggy O'Moore: The Adventures of a Little Irish Girl". Acme production Co. Sight size 27 1/2" x 20", overall with frame 29" x 21 1/2". Small water stain in bottom margin.

600a - Collection of approximately 75 indenture documents on vellum, to include: 1) two 1865 land leases to Ebenezer Evans from the Ball family. 2) 1859 assignment lease for Mr. Wimbush & John Allen to Henry Lownds, Parish of Westminster, Middlesex Couty. 3) 1876 down payment by James Eaves to the London Suburban land and Building Company for a plot in Middlesex County. 4) 1883 release from mortgage of Mr. Firth and Mallaby. 5) 1874 lease from Mr. Webber and Mr. Hewitt to Mr. James and Josiah Goodman. 6) 1888 lease by G. H. Pargeter esq. To R. W. Chamney, esq., later surrendered in 1895. 7) 1900 lease by Charles Henry Simmons esq. To Mr. H. W. Apsed. 8) 1895 marriage between John Bourke Massy Leech esq to the widow Mrs. Ola Helena Swinburne. 9) 1887 lease by Mr. Tomas Field to Mr. James Lovesley. 10) 1895 assignment of leasehold on Dennis St in Islington by the Borough of Finsbury Permanent Investment Building Society to Frederick Spicer, Esq. 11) a record of an indenture of mortgage paid in parts from 1859 to 1899. 12) 1878 mortgage by Mr. John Fowle to Mr. A. E. Painter. 13) 1883 Assignment of leasehold between Mr. T. L. Worth and r. J. H. Pontifex. 14) 1871 deed of Dissolution and Receivership between Benjamin Gray and James Berry. 15) 1900 lease between Charles Henry Simmons to Mr. H. W. Apsed. 16) 1891 mortgage paid to Mr. Thomas Field by Samuel Leake Worth, esq. 17) 1892 Abstract of the Title of the Executors of the late Augusta Mary Lady Hampton to debt of £8,695. 18) 1871 mortgage between Mr. F. & M. Frances to Miss Agnes Burton. As well as many others.

601 - Pair of Regency-revival sconces. Early 20th century. Carved wood and gesso with a gilt finish, and metal components. Arrow, bow, and laurel motifs. 30 1/2" long, 11" wide, 6 1/2" deep. Good overall condition.

602 - An armchair and side table. Early 20th century marble top stand, classical design. Inset marble top. 20" tall, 15" top diameter. Repainted gray finish. Good overall condition, minor chipping to marble edge. Together with Louis XVI style oversized armchair, 20th century. Faded and stained toile upholstery, old distressed painted finish. Sturdy and comfortable. 44" high, 31 1/2" wide, 26" deep.

603 - Cast brass magazine holder. 20th century. 17" high, 19 1/2" wide, 11 3/4" deep. Missing some small screws.

604 - Mid-century leaded cut prism dome shade, probably for a hanging lamp. Gilded highlights. 9 1/4" high, approximately 16 1/2" diameter. Shows age-appropriate wear.

606 - Fredric Borgellia (1833-1901, France) oil on panel. Bohemian female dancer. 22" x 18 3/4". Unframed. Shows some paint loss.

607 - Robert Swain Gifford (1840-1905, New Bedford, Nonquitt artist). An etching titled "Nonquitt, Sept 1878". Signed lower left in the plate. Depicts the cliffs at Nonquitt overlooking Buzzard's Bay. Sight size 6 3/4" x 3 3/4". Modern frame and mat. 14 1/4" x 11 1/4".

608 - Robert Swain Gifford (1840-1905, New Bedford, Nonquitt artist). A Hudson River Tow. Signed lower right in the plate and dated 1879. 6 1/4" x 8 1/4" sight size. Frame is 12" x 14 3/4".

609 - Morris Rosenfeld (1885-1968, USA, yachtsman and yachting photographer). A 20th c. yachting photo. 16" x 12 1/2". Frame and mat 21" x 16 3/4".

610 - (2) similar advertising signs. Compliments of Promotion Wine and Liquor Company Inc., San Francisco, California. Colored lithographs on canvas mounted on board. They each depict a group of five men engaged in a card game and inviting in a large bottle of wine. 20 1/2" x 35 3/4" sight size. With the frame, 24" x 39 1/2". One shows scratches and one small gouge. The other shows small slight scratches and a tiny hole.

611 - Edward R. Sisson (1828-1919, New Bedford, Massachusetts artist) watercolor depicting a seaside village, probably Southeastern Mass. Signed lower right ER Sisson. Dated 1895. He was an instructor at Swain School of Design. Sight size 9 1/2" x 20 3/4". Overall size 21 3/4" x 33 1/2". The watercolor appears to be in very good condition. The matting has heavy tanning. The gesso shows numerous losses to gesso.

612 - N. E. Buck, Fall River School artist. Landscape painting. A woodland river scene. Signed lower right N E Buck. Sight size 13 1/2" x 15 1/4". Overall size 19" x 20 1/2". In a carved gesso gilt frame. Frame shows loss to gesso.

613 - N. E. Buck, Fall River School artist. A river front landscape titled "Orland, ME". Signed lower right N E Buck 06". Sight size 6" x 10 3/4". Overall frame size 13 3/4" x 18 1/4". In a silver gilt frame. Frame shows small chips to edges.

614 - George B. Sherman, watercolor, Stone Bridge Dartmouth, MA, early 20th century, sight size 5" x 8", 12 3/4" x 17 3/4" overall with gilt frame.

615 - (2) oil paintings to include one by Robert Sleicher (1927-2017 Providence Art Club, RI, painted with C. Gordon Harris), signed, titled near Bennington, VT. 9 3/4" x 11" sight size, overall 12" x 13 3/4". Along with painting by Hazel Allard (1921-1992 Pawtucket, RI, won a number of awards), signed lower right, Spring landscape with river and rowboat, 16" x 20" sight size, 19 1/2" x 23 1/2" overall.

616 - Large group of lead toy soldiers, late 19th/early 20th century, acquired in Germany. 112 pieces to include 16 Prussian 1870/1871 artillery troops including campfire and artillery, carriage, 14 British Colonials including artillery cannon and cannon emplacement, 11 British Infantry drill parade, 1912, made by Schildkroet, circa 1940. 24 Swedish infantry regiment 1730, includes 4 officers on horseback, flag bearer and 19 foot soldiers, 5 Chinese gun crew with cannon, 6 Colonial German soldiers in Africa, 1914, 4 soldiers and 2 horses. 14 French Infantry and Artillery, 1742, 11 soldiers, 1 flag bearer, cannon, 1 cannonball, 9 Russian military band of Prince August, 8 hand made Prussian Imperial Calvary Cuirassiers, 1900-1914, made by GPL Germany from Resin. All ranging in size from 2" high to 4 1/2" high. All in excellent condition possibly never played with except one Colonial German has a bent gun. This lot comes with five unidentified soldiers, one on horseback in used condition.

617 - 1871 map of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island drawn and engraved W. Gamble, Philadelphia. Sight size 11 3/4" x 14", with frame 19 3/4" x 22". Map is in good condition. There is some foxing on mat and some on underside of glass.

618 - Pond model, early 19th century handmade with original paint and rigging. The boat is 11 1/2" high, 40" long, 9" wide. The mast is approximately 54" high. Good condition with age appropriate wear. Shows minor loss to bowsprit.

619 - Henry Leon Sanger (1892-1949, Fall River school), oil painting on canvas, still-life of roses and ewer, signed lower right H. L. Sanger, sight size 18" x 24", with frame 21 3/4" x 27". One small repair in background.

620 - (7) fluid lamps. 19th century. To include: 9" reeded bell flower with an opalescent base. 9" lamp with opalescent base. 7 1/2" lamp with cut overlay font and brass and marble base. 17 1/4" lamp with thumbprint pattern font, opalescent base, and an unusual burner with rectangular chimney, Bridgeport brass company made burner. 12" lamp with oil guard, dated 1870, stepped milk glass base with berry design. 8" lamp, cut font, stepped milk glass base with berry design. 9" whale oil lamp, acanthus leaf milk glass font, brass and marble base. 9" lamp, pressed font, as-is brass collar, on an opalescent milk glass base.

621 - (10) clear glass lamps. 19th century. To include 8 finger lamps ( 2 3/4" to 5 3/4" high. In patterns such as peanut, "wide awake", etc. Two with applied handles.) Along with an 8 1/2" whale oil lamp, bullseye and plume design. A 9 1/2" bullseye and plume fluid lamp with brass and marble base.

622 - French sterling silver pitcher, 19th century, wooden handle, spout has wreath design, 6 1/2" high, 4 1/2" wide, 8.51 ozt., marked with a man's head. Please note: this must be paid for by wire transfer, known check, or cash. Items will be shipped or sent to shipper once payment clears.

635 - Hammered Vintage French copper daubiere or braising pan. Marked E. Dehillerin Paris. Brass handles. Welded seams. 11" high, 20" wide, 11 1/2" deep. 24" wide with handles. Lid weighs 7.36 lb. Pan by itself weighs 31.27 lbs. Shows some staining and verdigris.

636 - (2) Vintage French copper roasting pans. 20th c. Lightly hammered. Both with brass handles. One marked Williams Sonoma France. 3.25" high without handles, 16" wide, 12" deep. 11.6 lbs. The other marked Made in France. 3" high without handles, 14" wide, 10" deep. 7.5 lbs. Copper showing in both pans. Surface scratches throughout. Minor staining and discoloration.

637 - (6) Vintage French copper cocottes or dutch ovens with lids. (4) round and (2) oval. The smallest round cocotte is 2 1/2" high without lid, 4 7/8" diameter, stamped Made in France, 1 lb without lid. Knob finial. Surface scratches. Discoloration and minor staining throughout. The next largest is hammered on the bottom. Stamped Havard, Made in France. 3" high without lid, 6 3/8" diameter, 1.6 lbs without lid. Brass handles. Copper showing on bottom. Minor dents. Surface scratches and staining. The next largest is hammered on the bottom. Stamped Havard, Made in France. 3 7/8" high without lid, 7 7/8" diameter. 2.87 lbs without lid. Surface scratches and staining. The largest round cocotte is stamped Made in France. 5" high without lid, 10" diameter. 5.41 lbs without lid. Surface scratches and staining. The smaller oval cocotte is stamped on the bottom Made in France. 4" high without lid, 6 1/2" wide, 9 1/2" long. 3.44 lbs without lid. Surface scratches and staining. The larger oval cocotte is hammered and unmarked. 4 7/8" high without lid, 8 3/4" wide, 12" long. 5.14 lbs without lid. Surface scratches and staining.

638 - (2) Vintage French hammered copper pots. 20th c. (1) Soup pot stamped Williams Sonoma France. Brass handles. Brass knob finial lid. Lid not hammered. 10" high without lid, 8" diameter. 8.21 lbs without lid. Minor dents, surface scratches, discoloration and staining. (1) Stock pot with Matfer toque stamp. Lid not hammered. Brass handles. 10 3/4" high, 11 1/4" diameter. 13.17 lbs without lid. Minor dents, surface scratches, discoloration and staining.

639 - (2) Vintage French copper pots. 20th c. (1) Hammered stock pot with partial Williams Sonoma France stamp. Brass handles. Lid not hammered and does not sit flat. 9 1/2" high without lid, 9 1/2 diameter. 8.16 lbs without lid. Minor dents, surface scratches and light discoloration. (1) Two-part steamer stamped Made in France on steamer and base pan. Brass handles. 8" high without lid, 9 1/2" wide. 8.88 lbs without lid. Good condition. Minor surface scratches and discoloration.

640 - (15) Vintage copper pots and pans. To include: (4) saucepans with lids. Copper stainless steel lined, brass handle, stamped Made in France. 3 3/4" high without lid x 7 1/4" diameter. 2.53 lbs without lid. Good condition, minor scratches and staining. The next is hammered and stamped Havard, Made in France. Brass handle. 3 1/2" high without lid x 7 1/2" diameter. 2.5 lbs without lid. Staining, discoloration, and surface scratches. The next is stamped Havard, Made in France with cast iron handle. Hammered bottom. 3 1/2" high x 7 1/4" diameter. Staining, discoloration, surface scratches and minor dents. 2.9 lbs. The largest is stamped Made in France with brass handle. 4 1/8" high without lid x 9" diameter. 4.29 lbs. Minor dents, surface scratches and discoloration. (1) Splayed saute or windsor pan stamped Williams Sonoma France. Cast iron handle. 3 1/2" high x 9 1/2" diameter. 5.95 lbs. Good condition, surface scratches and discoloration. (1) Oval hammered fish pan stamped Havard, Made in France with brass handle. 1 3/4" high, 12" wide, 8" deep. 1.92 lbs. Good condition, surface scratches and discoloration. (1) Crepe pan stamped Lamalle New York City, Made in France. Brass handles. 1 1/2" high, 12" diameter. Surface scratches and discoloration. 2.87 lbs. (4) frying pans or skillets to include: The largest stamped Havard, Made in France, hammered, brass handle. 2" high, 10 1/2" diameter. 2.31 lbs. The next, stamped Havard, Made in France, hammered on bottom, cast iron handle. 2" high, 9 1/2" diameter, 2.14 lbs. The next stamped Duparquet 18 Imperial Pl-PVD R.I., with cast iron handle. 1 1/2" high, 9" diameter, 2.87 lbs. The last, stainless steel lined Mauviel Made in France, 1 1/2" high, 8 1/4" diameter. Brass handle. Good condition. 2.29 lbs. (2) colanders stamped Cobre Made in Chile. 4" to 5 1/2" high, 9" diameter. (1) hammered gratin pan with brass handles stamped Villedieu ML France. 1 1/4" high x 4 3/4" diameter. (1) butter pan with cast iron handle stamped Villedieu. 2 1/4" high x 4 1/4" diameter. (1) copper piece stamped Made in France with long cast iron handle. 4 3/4" diameter.

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