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LotPictureDescription (Sporting Lots 1-50)Estimate
1 Stevens M67 Buck Gun 12g. 2-3/4" and 3". The barrel measures 21" with a cylinder choke and open sights. The finish is blued with plain stock and fluted grip. A great slug or brush gun. Some very light in use wear, overall very good condition. #E210941 100 - 200
2 Savage Mod 19 N.R.A. Bolt Action Target rifle in 22 cal. The barrel measures 25" with detachable magazine and military stock with pistol grip and metal butt plate. The barrel is tapped for a scope and comes with a Red field receiver sight. The outside barrel may have been polished to a rich satin luster with bright bore. A well built 22 target rifle in a traditional military style. #51652 300 - 400
3 Mossberg Targo Mod340TR 22cal smooth bore. The barrel measures 24" and marked smooth bore with open sights and tapped for a receiver sight. There are two screw in tubes, one is smooth and the other is rifled. The clip holds seven rounds. Walnut stock with solid Mossberg butt plate. A neat all around 22, in very good to excellent condition. NSN 100 - 300
4 Remington Hepburn No.3 rifle in 45-70 cal. The half round/half octagon barrel measures 30" and marked E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, N.Y. the numbers 40.2-1/2 ahead of the forend cap. The action and remaining hardware have all been re-case colored. There are no visible markings on the receiver. The vernier tang peep sight along with the front hooded sight might have been replaced. The stock and forend have been refinished and a repaired stress line is visible on the left side of the forend. The reblued barrel has a satin dull finish. The consignor said the barrel was relined to accept a 45/70 cartridge. In very good to excellent refinished condition. #6125 1,000 - 2,000
5 Stevens Favorite in 32 Rimfire. The barrel is half round/half octagon and measures 22 with tang sight and tip up front sight. The bore and metal have pitting and the overall condition is fair to good. #175 100 - 150
6 Remington Model 541T Bolt action rifle in 22cal. This was an upscale model which resembled the model 700 deluxe. The wood has figure, cut checkering, with a pistol grip cap, black forend tip and solid butt plate. The barrel measures 24" inches nicely blued finish. These rifles have no sights and were fitted to accept a scope. The rifle has Bushnell wide angle high power 4x12 variable scope. Comes with two detachable magazines. In excellent overall condition. #A1124403 400 - 500
7 Remington Model 1100 Special Order 28g. with two barrels. The original factory vent rib barrel measures 25" and marked MOD. The second vent rib barrel has been shortened to 20-3/4" with a choked tube. The better grade wood is hand checkered with a straight English grip and an LOP of 15-1/8" and 13-3/4" to the wood butt. There is a chip in the stock on the left side where is joins the receiver, just above the trigger guard. Overall in very good to excellent condition. #R010707J 400 - 500
8 Beretta Model 686 "Special" O/U 20g. Fully refinished and restocked at Beretta. The vent rib barrels measure 28" with five choke tubes and marked 2-3/4" & 3". This desirable shotgun has been restocked with EELL grade walnut in oil finish, comes with two pads of different thickness and a fitted Beretta case. In as new condition. #L26833B 1,500 - 2,500
9 Francotte Boxlock side by side in 12g. 2-3/4". Sold through VL&D New York. The barrels measure 28" inches with very light choking. The receiver is scroll engraved with a coin finish. The gun has double triggers, extractors, and long tang trigger guard. The straight stock is well figured in an oil finish. The receiver plates are checkered and a wooden plug has been applied. The LOP is 14-1/2" ending in a solid horn plate. This Francotte has been professionally restored to a classic finish and is in excellent condition. #33700 1,000 - 2,000
10 Ruger M77 Bolt Action rifle in 243 Win. with Leupold m8-4x scope. The barrel measures 22" and did not come with sights, rather integral base mounts for scope. The pistol grip and forearm are checkered and finished with a Ruger solid pad. Overall to very good condition. #772-08189 400 - 500
11 Winchester M97 Standard grade Takedown in 16g. The round barrel measures 28" and marked full. The plain walnut stock has a pistol grip and Pachmayr rubber pad. The forearm is grooved. The shotgun appears to be in very good original condition. #916445 300 - 500
12 Barnett Ghost 350 Crossbow. New with paperwork. Bow shoots 350 FPS with 116 FT pounds of energy. This bow is built in the USA and used both for big and small game depending on arrow tips. New and unfired. SN221155 400 - 600
13 RWS DIANA Grade Air rifle in 177 cal., made in Germany, model 48/52. The barrel is 17" with side lever cocking. The target style stock has a Monte Carlo comb and recoil pad. There is a BSA Deerhunter scope with a variable 3 x 9 setting. In excellent condition, a true tack driver. 350 - 450
14 Austin Halleck, Weston, Missouri, Contemporary 50cal. Blackpowder Flintlock. The octagon barrel measures 32". The half stock is well figured with a crescent butt plate. Comes with double set triggers and buck horn rear sight. New in box. 300 - 500
15 L. Hemenway Kentucky style percussion half stock smooth bore. The half round half octagon barrel measures 28-1/2". The maker's name is on the top barrel flat. The hardware is brass and the lock and hammer are engraved. Wood has repaired age cracks. Great early display fowler. NSN 200 - 400
16 FRANK BENSON (American, 1862-1951), group of (2) etchings, to include: "Over Currituck Marshes", pencil signed, plate 7"h, 11-3/4"w, and "Tired Geese", pencil signed, plate 6"h, 8"w. 300 - 500
17 FRANK BENSON (American, 1862-1951), group of (3) etchings, to include: "On Redhead Grounds", pencil signed, plate 10"h, 7-3/4"w (light mat burn); "Evening Flight", pencil signed, plate 8"h, 10"w; and "The Darkening Sky", pencil signed, plate 5"h, 6-1/2"w (framed). 500 - 700
18 ROLAND CLARK (American, 1874-1957), group of (3) etchings, to include: "Redheads", pencil signed, plate 15"h, 12"w (unframed, toning); "Little Bluebills", pencil signed and titled, plate 8"h, 9-4/5"w (light crease); and "Ducks Unlimited 1942" Dinner event, pencil signed, plate 9-1/2"h, 7-1/4"w (laid to board, toning). 300 - 500
19 ROLAND CLARK (American, 1874-1957), group of (3) etchings, to include: "Canada Geese", pencil signed, plate 12-3/4"h, 9-1/4"w (framed), "Susquehanna Waters", pencil signed, plate 14-3/4"h, 12"w (light toning), and "Vanguard", pencil signed, plate 14-3/4"h, 12"w (light toning, foxing, and mat burn). 250 - 450
20 ROLAND CLARK (American, 1874-1957), group of (2) etchings, to include: "A Mallard Trio", pencil signed, plate 5-3/4"h, 4-3/4"w (adhesive staining top margin), and "Rain", pencil signed, plate 10"h, 8"w. 200 - 300
21 FRANK BENSON (American, 1862-1951), group of (3) etchings, to include: "Startled Ducks", unsigned, plate 8"h, 5-3/4"w (mat burn); "Shoveler Drake", pencil signed, plate 10"h, 8"w (minor buckling and creasing); and "Swinging In", pencil signed, plate 8"h, 11-3/4"w (minor toning to sheet). 400 - 600
22 ROLAND CLARK (American, 1874-1957), pen and ink with white gouache, unsigned, for the titled page of "Roland Clark's Etchings". Sheet 10-1/4"h, 11-3/4"w. Matted, minor toning and buckling, light foxing to matting. 600 - 800
23 HENRY WILKINSON (British, 1921-2011), group of (4) etchings of sporting dogs, to include: shorthaired pointers, lab and pheasant, golden and teal; and black and yellow labs, all pencil signed. Plate 9-1/2"h, 13-3/4"w. Unframed, two matted, light toning. 100 - 150
24 CHET RENESON (American, b.1934), group of (2) prints, pencil signed, copyright 1971, to include: duck hunting and grouse shooting. Image 15-1/2"h, 23-1/2"w. Unframed. 100 - 200
25 Group of (2) etchings, to include: G. ALLEN, "Lady June", plate 3-3/4"h, 4"w; and EDITH WILSON, "American Made", plate 8"h, 5"w. 100 - 200
26 DOUGLAS ALLEN (American, b.1935), group of (3) works on paper, to include: "Prairie Dog", lithograph, signed in image, sight 4-1/2"h, 7-1/4"w (light toning); coyote sketch for "Game Animals of North America", graphite, sight 9-3/4"h, 7-1/4"w; and Pronghorn Antelope "New Born", ink and wash, signed lower left, sight 9-1/2"h, 8"w. 200 - 400
27 DOUGLAS ALLEN (American, b.1935), "Study Drawing for Harper's Sportsman Book, Chapter on Bass Fishing", graphite, signed and titled at bottom. Sight 6-3/4"h, 10-1/2"w. Toning, minor foxing. 200 - 300
28 ROLAND CLARK (American, 1874-1957), group of (2) etchings to include: "Broadbill Flight", pencil signed, plate 8-3/4"h, 12"w (light toning); and "Flock of Canvas Backs", pencil signed, plate 12"h, 14-3/4"w (unframed, small tears to edges, crease at top). 150 - 300
29 Group of (2) Frank Lowe color lithographs, to include: "Seclusion" after Roland Clark, image 14"h, 18-1/4"w (unframed, toning, water damage and creasing in margins); and "Reflections" after J. Knapp, image 14-3/4"h, 20-1/4"w (unframed, toning, crease). 150 - 250
30 WALTER E. BOHL (American, 1907-1990), group of (4) etchings, all pencil signed, to include: "Woodland Prince", plate 12"h, 9-3/4"w; "Winging In", plate 10"h, 12"w; "Pronghorns", plate 10"h, 11-3/4"w; and "Wood Ducks", plate 9-3/4"h, 11-3/4"w. 200 - 300
31 A. EAST (19th/20th century), pair of hunting dog drawings, pencil and watercolor, signed lower left. Sight 8"h, 10-1/2"w. Toning, foxing. 200 - 300
32 PAUL BROWN (American, 1893-1958), "Sportsman's Bag", lithograph, signed in image at bottom. Sight 11-1/2"h. 15-1/2"w. Toning, repaired tear upper right, light soiling in margins and to bottom right corner. 200 - 300
33 A. KNOPP (19th century), folky hunting scene, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1863 lower right. Canvas 18"h, 23-1/2"w. Craquelure, patched repairs, inpaint, minor losses. 250 - 450
34 After GERARD HARDENBERGH (American, 1855-1915), pair of game bird chromolithographs, signed in image. Sight 14-3/4"h, 19-3/4"w. 100 - 200
35 CODY HOUSTON (American, 20th century), "Good Day in the Field", bronze on wood base, signed, dated 1998, and numbered 15-55 on bronze base, titled on plaque. 11"h excluding base. 400 - 500
36 Group of (2) Long Island Black ducks with heads attributed to Gene Wells. The bodies are made of balsa and covered with ground cork. A flat piece of lead is nailed to the bottom. Both show some light handling wear otherwise very good overall condition. 200 - 300
37 Pair of Green Wing Teal by WildFowler, Pt. Pleasant, N.J., not stamped. Both were never gunned over. The drake is missing the keel. Both in very good condition. 200 - 300
38 Group of (2) Wildfowler decorative decoys, includes: Drake Green Wing Teal and Drake Bufflehead. Both have detailed painted feathering and no keels. Both have cracks to eyes with light cleaning and handling nicks. 200 - 300
39 Pair of life size Wood Ducks by Capt. Fred Muhs. Carved in 1999. The Drake is branded and the hen is signed. Both in excellent condition. Capt. Fred Muhs was a world class carver. Some of his ducks are displayed at the Ward Museum. He won several prizes at the World and National competitions. He has recently passed away. He has had a strong following by Long Island collectors. 600 - 1,000
40 Pair of life size decorative Pintail by Capt. Fred Muhs. Carved in 1999 and signed on bottom. Both in excellent condition. Capt. Fred Muhs was a world class carver. Some of his ducks are displayed at the Ward Museum. He won several prizes at the World and National competitions. He has recently passed away. He has had a strong following by Long Island collectors. 600 - 1,000
41 Pair of life size decorative Mallards by Capt. Fred Muhs. The drake was carved in 1995 and the hen was carved in 1996. Both are signed and dated and in excellent condition. Capt. Fred Muhs was a world class carver. Some of his ducks are displayed at the Ward Museum. He won several prizes at the World and National competitions. He has recently passed away. He has had a strong following by Long Island collectors. 600 - 1,000
42 Pair of life size Broad Bill by Capt. Fred Muhs. Carved in 1999 and signed on bottom. Both in excellent condition. Capt. Fred Muhs was a world class carver. Some of his ducks are displayed at the Ward Museum. He won several prizes at the World and National competitions. He has recently passed away. He has had a strong following by Long Island collectors. 600 - 1,000
43 Pair of life size decorative Red Breasted Mergansers by Capt. Fred Muhs. Carved in 1992 and signed on bottom. Both in excellent condition. Capt. Fred Muhs was a world class carver. Some of his ducks are displayed at the Ward Museum. He won several prizes at the World and National competitions. He has recently passed away. He has had a strong following by Long Island collectors. 600 - 1,000
44 Decorative Black Duck by Capt. Fred Muhs, Hampton Bays, Long Island. Carved in 1994 and signed on bottom. One tiny chip on tail feather tip. Exquisite life size carving. Capt. Fred Muhs was a world class carver. Some of his ducks are displayed at the Ward Museum. He won several prizes at the World and National competitions. He has recently passed away. He has had a strong following by Long Island collectors. 400 - 800
45 Pair of life size decorative Hooded Mergansers by Capt. Fred Muhs. Carved in 1993 and signed on bottom. Both in excellent condition. Capt. Fred Muhs was a world class carver. Some of his ducks are displayed at the Ward Museum. He won several prizes at the World and National competitions. He has recently passed away. He has had a strong following by Long Island collectors. 600 - 1,000
46 Pair of miniature Prairie Chickens by world class carver Jim Hazeley of Lancaster, PA. Both birds are in excellent condition. 300 - 500
47 Pair of miniature Wild Turkey by world class carver Jim Hazeley of Lancaster, PA. The bodies are carved from tupedo, which is his wood of choice. The feet appear to be resin. the top beak on one turkey is chipped, the same bird is missing a toe and back nail, otherwise in excellent condition. 300 - 500
48 PATRICK S. BIDDLE (American, 20th century), pair of 1/4 size pintails in flight, attached to driftwood. 300 - 500
49 Giant Bluefin Tuna carved by Capt. Fred Muhs in 1996. Signed and dated on tuna belly and stand. A couple of rub marks, otherwise in excellent condition. 200 - 300
50 English taxidermy fish diorama, labeled upper right "Tench, caught by Mr. H. Brown, at St. Ives, June 5th 1907, weight 5lbs 1oz.", labeled upper left "Preserved by Fred Hudson, London". 14-1/2"h, 25"w, 7"d. Minor losses to display case surface. 100 - 150
51 Bronze signal cannon with painted red iron wheels, unmarked. Cannon 6"l. Some dents and wear to paint. 100 - 200
52 Civil War drum with applied eagle emblem to side and star punched leather tighteners. 9-1/2"h, 16"dia. Missing some leather tighteners, some metal loops loose, one missing, repairs to string. 300 - 500
53 Group of three cannonballs and stone bullet mold. Largest cannonball 5"dia. 150 - 200
54 Argentinian steel blade sword with bronze guard, marked "Provincias Del Rio De La Plata", handle with eagle head and inset wood, blade engraved on both sides with illegible maker's mark, cannon, wreath and flowers. Overall 35-1/4"l. 200 - 400
55 Iron horse bit with silver inlay, 18th/19th century. 5"w across. 100 - 200
56 Mettlach Villeroy & Boch "E Pluribus Unum" plaque shaped as shield, signed on back and marked "U.S. 1290 Geschutzt". 13"h, 11"w. Some crazing and glaze losses around edge. 150 - 250
57 Small portrait of George Washington (American School, 19th century), oil on oval canvas, unsigned, inscription to verso "George Washington, copied from Gilbert Stuart, by Louis C. D--". Canvas 10"h, 8-1/4"w. Craquelure, minor losses, light dirt and grime. 200 - 300
58 "Declaration of Independence" and original signers snuff box, c.1825, fifty year anniversary of the signing, commemorative paper mache snuff box with the full text of "The Declaration of Independence" printed in full with signers, decoupage to top and base. 3-1/2"dia. Wear to edges. 300 - 500
59 Group of (4) Colonial/early American newspapers, to include: The Pennsylvania Gazette, 1732, printed by Benjamin Franklin, single page, 11"h, 8-1/4"w (as found with staining, tears, creasing, and worn text); Gazette of the United States, 1802, includes article about Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr, 20-1/2"h, 13"w (as found with tears and losses to edges, staining, creasing); Columbian Centinel, 1799, includes a new law published by the fifth congress at the third session in Philadelphia, regulating the collection of duties on imports and tonnage, 19"h, 12"w,(minor tears and wear to edges, minor foxing and staining); and Massachusetts Spy, or Worcester Gazette, 1805, includes article about the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase, 19"h, 12-1/4"w (minor wear and tears to edges, trimmed along bottom, light foxing and staining). 300 - 400
60 Inventory and Appraisement of Florida estate with listed slaves, 1832, belonging to John Martin of Gadsden County, Middle District of Florida, includes five slaves: "Negro man Tom,... Woman Chaney,... Girl Lishy,....Boy Peter,... Girl Beck". Sheet 12"h, 8"w. Toning, creasing, minor tears to edges. 150 - 200
61 P.J. SPETH (American, 20th century), "Ex-Slave, Liverpool Hazard", gelatin silver print laid to larger board, signed and titled at bottom, inscription to verso about the subject. 13-1/2"h, 9-1/2"w. Losses to larger board, silvering. 150 - 200
62 Albumen print of seated African American man (19th century), unidentified, unsigned. Image 7"h, 5"w. Toning. 150 - 250
63 "Atlas of Long Island New York", Beers, Comstock & Cline, New York, 1873, complete with title page, table of contents, and (98) maps. 16"h, 13"w. Minor staining, foxing, toning, front cover detached, back cover split, tears and creasing to few maps. 400 - 600
64 "History of Kings County, Including the City of Brooklyn, N.Y., 1683 to 1883", in two volumes, by Henry Reed Stiles, W.W. Munsell & Co: New York, 1884, with gilt lettering and edges. Volume II 12-1/4"l, 10"w, 3-3/4"d. Spine covers partially detached, water stains to pages, front flyleaf to Vol I removed, overall wear. 200 - 300
65 "Map of Suffolk County, L.I., New York, From Actual Surveys", hand colored lithograph wall map on four joined sheets, by A. Chace Jr., published by John Douglass, Philadelphia, 1858. 48"h, 60-1/2"w. Unframed, linen backed and laid to board, losses, creasing, dirt and grime. 400 - 600
66 Ship model depicting PT-11 Patrol Torpedo Boat, built by HC Henderson, JR, Huntington, Long Island, New York, having title plaque, in glass display case. Overall 9-1/2"h, 19"w, 8"d. Case with cracks to top glass panel. 350 - 450
67 Group of (8) antique woodworking tools: William Marples ultimatum brass framed brace with ebony knurl and infill, and brass cap, 13-1/2"l; Tidgewell set square; and (6) marking gauges (two repaired). 250 - 550
68 Large group of antique tools: (2) spoke shaves; (8) chisels (Thos Ibbotson & Co, Isaac Reaves, JB Addis, John Sorby, Ward); (3) planers, two marked "A Mess Brim"; panel plane with brass fitting, unmarked; (4) brass or iron set plough planes (Moseley & Son, Ward, and others); and (5) hand saws (Atkins No. 65 Perfection reproduction, and others). 150 - 250
69 Nine volume set "Le Grand Dictionnaire Historique ou Le Melange Curieux de L'Histoire Sacre et Profane...", Louis Moreri, Published by Basel, Jean Louis Brandmuller, 1740, including Volumes I-VI and "Supplement au Dictionnaire Historique, Geographique, Genealogique, &c., des Editions de Basle de 1732. & 1733.", Volumes I-III, 1743; bound in full calf with raised bands, gilt spines, title label in leather with gilt lettering, edges painted red. 14-1/2"h, 9-1/2"w. Wear to covers, some insect damage, water stains, and waving. 800 - 1,200
70 "Avodat Yom HaKippurim", textile depicting the Yom Kippur service during the Franco-Prussian War, printed in red and black on cotton, 1870. Sight 25-1/2"h, 26"w. Minor stains/discoloration, light creasing. 800 - 1,200
71 19th century French nobility family tree, ink and gouache on unbound linen backed sheets, geneology dating from 1091 to 1882, family names include: Olivier de Faudoas de la Mothe St Estephe, Catherine de Tivras, and Marguerite de Serillac, includes: (11) ink and gouache folio sheets, with crests and names; along with (2) sheets of 18th century engravings of family trees, one sheet partially filled in with crests in gouache. 26"h, 20"w. 1,000 - 2,000
72 Illuminated incunabula leaf, from Anton Koberger's Nuremberg bible, 1483, printed in double columns with handpainted and gilt decoration. Sheet 13-1/4"h, 10-1/4"w. Trimmed to edge of text along bottom and lacking corner of lower right margin with additional small tear, foxing. 200 - 300
73 WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU (Dutch, 1571-1638), "Tabula Islandiae Auctore Georgio Carolo Flandro", map of Iceland, hand colored engraving on laid paper, English text to verso. Sheet 16-1/4"h, 21-1/4"w. Minor tears to corners and edges, toning, light foxing, staining, repair top center. 200 - 300
74 GEORG PENCZ (German, 1500-1550), portrait engraving of John Frederick Duke of Saxony, printed title reads "Spes Mea in Deo Est Johannes Fridericus Dei Beneficio Saxoniae Dux, ...", and initialed "GP" and dated 1543 in print, handwritten inscription reading "dec. 1554 Q2 S1" at bottom. Sheet 15-3/4"h, 11-7/8"w. Unframed, edges trimmed, repairs, small tear at left edge. 300 - 400
75 BERNARD PICART (French, 1673-1733), group of (16) engravings from "Ceremonies et Costumes Religieuses...", float mounted in two frames. Each sheet approx. 7"h, 9"w, overall frames 24"h, 45"w. Minor waving and toning. 200 - 300
76 "Sa Famille" (Continental School, Old Master), sepia ink on laid paper, unsigned, collector's mark lower right, pencil titled to matting bottom center. Sheet 7-3/4"h, 10-1/4"w. Float mounted, toning, foxing. 400 - 600
77 Courtyard (Italian School, Old Master), sepia chalk on laid paper, unsigned. Sheet 10"h, 7-1/2"w. Float mounted, toning, foxing. 200 - 300
78 Miniature portrait of Cardinal (Italian School, 16th/17th century), oil on card, pencil inscribed to verso "Cardinal Borebia, par Bonifazio Veneziano, 1550". Card 4-1/4"h, 3-1/2"w. Unframed, craquelure, losses, inpaint. 400 - 600
79 Landscape with figures on mountain road (Continental School, Old Master), oil on panel, unsigned, bears remnants of wax stamp to verso. Panel 8-1/2"h, 13"w. Minor craquelure, inpaint, cleaned. 500 - 700
80 Angel and seated figure (Italian School, Old Master), oil on slate, unsigned, bears Dominici Giuseppe, Venezia label to verso. Slate 9-1/2"h, 12"w. Losses, surface accretions. 300 - 500
81 Neoclassical Continental console table. 35-3/4"h, 51-1/2"w, 25-3/4"d. Restorations and regilding. 400 - 600
81APair 18th/19th century Continental ornately carved dining chairs. 51"h, 22"w, 22"d. Losses and repairs. 150 - 250
82 17th/18th century armchair with carved lion arm rests and barley twist stretchers, upholstered with tooled leather. 34-1/2"h, 25-1/2"w, 20-1/2"d. Restorations throughout, leather with tears and losses. 75 - 150
83 Pair of 19th century French gilt bronze three light candelabra, floral bouquets over urn stem and column base, on three feet, unmarked. Approx 15"h. 150 - 250
84 Pair of French bronze and marble six light candelabra, having five arms coming from animal mouths, on tripod animal base with paw feet, on trefoil stepped slate base. 24"h (excluding fixture). Small chip to one base and one column at top, missing one faux candle, electrified. 400 - 600
85 Tiffany & Co. gilt bronze Cartel clock, porcelain dial signed "Tiffany & Co.", gilt pierced hands; movement signed "Samuel Marti", in a gilt bronze case with ribbon at the top. 16"h, face 5"dia. Residue inside back door. 600 - 800
86 19th century Continental mirror in gilt gesso frame, having lute at top with flowers, tassels, and beaded border. Overall 32-1/2"h, 17-1/2"w. Repairs and losses. 100 - 200
87 French Louis XVI barometer by Sormany and Berida, gilt frame, carved garland motif with eagle at top, painted face, containing mercury vial in spiral design. Overall 37"h, 27"w, 24"dia. Restoration. 800 - 1,200
88 French carved giltwood Foulon barometer having eagle in wreath at top, painted face marked "Foulon/Rue Galande". Overall 34"h, 19"w, 16"dia. Restoration. 800 - 1,200
89 Large Rococo style giltwood mirror with shell and scroll decoration. 71"h, 43"w. 150 - 250
90 VILHELM KARL FERDINAND ARNESEN (Danish, 1865-1948), harbor scene, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1915 lower left. Canvas 39"h, 58-1/4"w. Light craquelure. 3,000 - 4,000
91 Portrait of woman (Spanish School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, illegible inscription on verso. Canvas 14"h, 12"w. Craquelure, losses and inpaint along bottom. 300 - 400
92 CARL OSTERSETZER (German, 1865-1914), group of (2) interior scenes, oil on panel, each signed and inscribed "Munchen" lower left. Panels 10"h, 8"w. Light dirt and grime, minor scattered inpaint. 300 - 500
93 ANTONIO BIGNOLI (Italian, 1812-1886), tavern scene, watercolor on paper laid to card, signed lower left, after the painting by Francesco Vinea. Sight 6-3/4"h, 9-1/4"w. Light toning. 300 - 400
94 Farm house with figures in mountain landscape (Italian School, 19th century), oil on canvas laid to board, signed spuriously lower left, framer label to verso. Canvas 10"h, 13"w. Restorations with inpaint. 400 - 600
95 19th century Continental trunk decorated with painted panels depicting landscapes with architectural ruins, on with carved lion paw feet. 24-1/2"h, 48-3/4"w, 20-1/4"d. Repairs and losses, some scratches to paintings. 400 - 600
95APair 19th century gentleman and lady open armchairs with carved lion head armrest and carved lion paw feet. Gentleman's armchair 42''h, 26''w, 23''d. Upholstery with stains and wear. 200 - 400
96 French provincial fruit wood table, 19th century, with carved skirt, single drawer and pullout work surface. 28-1/2"h, 67"w, 27-1/2"d. Stains to top. 500 - 700
97 Set (9) French provincial fruit wood dining chairs to include five open armchairs and four side chairs. Armchair 34-1/4"h, 21"w, 22-1/2"d. Numerous repairs, small losses, needs reupholstering. 200 - 400
98 19th century Continental fruitwood stand with tambour slide and drawer. 28-1/4"h, 18-1/4"w, 13-3/4"d. 100 - 200
99 Pair of carved folding Savonarola armchairs with leather and fabric upholstery, having foliate and rosette decoration. 30-1/2"h, 34-1/2"w, 20-1/2"d. Staining and minor losses. 800 - 1,200
99AContinental chest with iron mounts and line inlay. 22-1/4"h, 43"w, 23"d. Restorations and modifications. 100 - 200
100 Carved wood box as hen with swing lid, marked "Bessans 1912". 11"h, 14-1/2"l. 100 - 200
101 Blown-molded green glass bottle with painted ship at sea, unsigned. 11-1/2"h. Some losses to painting. 200 - 300
102 Set of (3) French Gazogene Briet seltzer bottles mounted as lamps, 19th century, glass globes covered in cane webbing, dispenser lever stamped "Gazogene Briet", on white porcelain bases. Tallest 19"h. One with chips at top, one missing knob, minor cane loss. 400 - 600
103 Silk embroidered textile depicting moose in forest, unsigned. 30"h, 40"w. Unframed. 100 - 200
104 Silver atarah, Poland, weaved from silver strands. 34"l, 4-1/2"w. Wear and losses to edges. 100 - 200
105 Pair of French porcelain lidded urns, having hand painted scenes of courting couple in garden, each illegibly signed by artist at bottom, with landscape cartouches to backs and overall gilt decoration, set as lamps with two bronze handles, on brass stepped bases. 17"h from floor to top of porcelain. One with minor chip to edge of lid. 600 - 800
106 19th century Royal Vienna covered urn, having hand painted scenes of amorous couple and putti on porpoise, signed "Newmann", marked on bottom with beehive. 7-1/2"h. 150 - 250
107 KPM porcelain plaque of Baby Moses, in carved giltwood tabletop frame with Egyptian motif, unsigned, KPM and sceptor incised marks to verso. Plaque 5-1/4"h, 7"w, frame 13"sq. Minor losses around edges, adhesive to edges and verso of plaque, repairs to frame. 800 - 1,000
108 KPM hand painted porcelain plaque depicting a full length portrait of Queen Louise, signed lower right, KPM and scepter incised marks to verso. Plaque 8-1/2"h, 5-3/4"w. Few small surface scratches. 1,200 - 1,800
109 Limoges enamel on copper portrait of woman in red cape on the beach, monogrammed lower right, signed G. Verre to verso. Plaque 9-3/4"h, 7"w. Few very small surface scratches. 500 - 700
110 Limoges enamel on copper wine tasting scene, titled "La Belle Cantiniere D'apres Vinca" lower left, signed "A. Mayre" lower right, inscribed "France" to verso. Plaque 4-1/2"h, 6-1/4"w. 500 - 700
111 Limoges circular enamel on copper portrait, "Fabiola", monogrammed and signed "D'apres Henner" lower right. Plaque 3"dia. Light dust and grime around edges. 200 - 400
112 Dutch Delft tile picture (19th/early 20th century), composed of twenty tiles in blue and white, depicting farm landscape scene after Fredericus Jacobus du Chattel, signed "F.J. du Chattel" lower left. 31"h, 24-1/2"w. Craquelure, several chips. Provenance: Edward F. Searles (1841-1920); heir to the Pine Lodge Estate of Edward F. Searles, Methuen, Massachusetts; by descent to the present owner. 400 - 600
113 Dutch Delft tile picture (19th/early 20th century), composed of twenty tiles in blue and white with street scene after Cornelis Springer, signed "C. Springer" lower right. 30"h, 24"w. Craquelure, one tile with multiple cracks, another tile with repaired chip. Provenance: Edward F. Searles (1841-1920); heir to the Pine Lodge Estate of Edward F. Searles, Methuen, Massachusetts; by descent to the present owner. 300 - 500
114 Group of (4) painted porcelain teacups and other items: Sevres footed teacup with painted portrait of Dsse. de Crequi, signed "Marin", with Sevres stamp to bottom, with matching saucer; Rudolstadt cobalt blue teacup and saucer, each with hand painted interpretation of Bouguereau's "Psyche et l'Amour", unsigned, with Rudolstadt marks on bottom; handled egg cup with lid, on three paw feet, having painted scene of two figures, unmarked, 4"h; cobalt and gilt saucer with beehive mark and illegible mark; and Dresden cobalt teacup with two painted courting scenes. 100 - 200
115 Group of (3) porcelain figurines: pair of Hochst musician figurines, signed, taller 7"h (one drumstick repaired); and Derby figurine of gentleman drawing in nature, signed on bottom. 150 - 250
116 Bronze hand bell with figural handle of man with ruffled collar, body with relief band of interior and battle scenes. 8"h. 75 - 150
117 Cast iron chalice with molded Gothic decoration, on octagonal base. 9-1/2"h. 75 - 150
118 17th/18th century oval brass tobacco box, depicting erotic couple in tavern to bottom, erotic scene to lid, unmarked. 5"l. Small split to lid edge, hinge with early repair. 200 - 300
119 17th/18th century oval brass tobacco box, lid with etched decoration depicting family crests, bottom depicting flanking trick image heads which can be viewed from either direction, marked on inside with Roman numerals XXXVI. 5"l. 200 - 300
120 Round turned burl wood snuff box, 19th century. 1"h, 3"dia. 100 - 150
121 Ottoman soldier (20th century), white metal, unsigned. 11"h excluding base. Light surface wear, rifle slightly bent. 300 - 400
122 BOGDAN MISCEVIC (Serbian, b.1936), winter scene with villager and horse, oil on masonite, signed lower right. Board 10"h, 8"w. Light dirt and grime. 150 - 250
123 ERWIN HENNING (German, 1901-1993), "Street Scene, Riga", watercolor, signed lower right, label to verso with title. Sight 16-1/2"h, 22"w. Light toning. 300 - 400
124 French street scene (20th century), oil on canvas, signed illegibly to verso, in collaged frame. Canvas 13-3/4"h, 10-1/2"w. Minor craquelure, dirt and grime. 200 - 400
125 After RAOUL DUFY (French, 1877-1953), group of (2) woodcuts, to include: "L'amour" and "L'danse", pencil numbered 192/220 and 148/220 respectively, both stamped "Atelier Raoul Dufy" at bottom, both accompanied by purchase receipts from Edition Graphiques, London, WI, 1973. Image 12-1/4"sq, sheet 19-1/2"h, 26"w. Mat burn, toning. 400 - 600
126 ADOLPHE PETERELLE (French, 1874-1947), figures, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 25-3/4"h, 21-1/2"w. Craquelure, dirt and grime. 300 - 400
127 DAVIDE BATTISTIN (Italian, b.1970), "Torso", chalk study on paper, signed and dated 2003 lower right. Sight 27"h, 36"w. Pinholes to upper right corner, light creasing and waving. Provenance: Galerie Pelar, Greenport, L.I., NY. 150 - 250
128 SENAKA SENANAYAKE (Sri Lankan, b.1951), deer, etching in colors, pencil signed and dated 1969 lower right. Plate 12"h, 14-3/4"w. Light toning and waving. 200 - 400
129 ROBERTO VARGAS (Peruvian, 20th/21st century), water caves, watercolor, signed and dated 1991. Sight 21"h, 28"w. 200 - 300
130 ROBERTO VARGAS (Peruvian, 20th/21st century), lagoon, watercolor, signed and dated 1991 lower right. Sight 21-1/2"h, 29"w. 200 - 300
131 ARTEMIO SEPULVEDA (Mexican, b.1937), portrait of man reading, ink and wash, signed, dated '67 and inscribed "Para Carol y Lewis con mi amistad y carino. Artemio" lower left. Sight 8-1/2"h, 5-3/4"w. Light toning. 150 - 200
132 Carved burl wood box having band of jungle animals, unmarked. 5-1/2"h, 6"dia. 100 - 200
133 Chinese famille rose porcelain charger, having hand painted peacocks in garden, with butterfly border, impressed and hand painted signatures. 18"dia. 200 - 400
134 Imari blue and white glaze porcelain bowl, 18th century, having painted landscape, signed on bottom. 15"dia. Repaired rim chip. 200 - 300
135 Japanese Imari porcelain umbrella stand with orange and blue floral decoration, late 19th century. 25"h. Minor pitting to glaze, hairlines to base. 200 - 300
136 Asian celadon glazed porcelain bowl, ribbed with pattern of impressed marks, signed on bottom. 7-1/2"h, 10-1/2"dia. 150 - 250
136APalace size Asian porcelain vase with blue floral decoration. 36"h. Appears to be cut down. 300 - 500
137 Large gong on carved wood stand, with strike. Gong 17"h, stand 32-1/2"h, 28"w. Repair to strike hook on stand. 200 - 400
138 Chinese rug. 13'9"l, 7'2"w. 300 - 500
139 Group of (2) silk rugs. Larger 5'l, 3'1"w. Wear and loss of fringe. 100 - 200
139AOriental runner. 10'4"l, 2'6"w. Wear from use. 150 - 250
140 Oriental rug. 11'7"l, 8'9"w. Some wear. 450 - 550
141 Georgian mahogany linen press with line inlay decoration, figured sunken panel doors over five drawers on bracket base. 81"h, 46-1/2"w, 20-1/2"d. Some minor restoration, minor loss to veneer. 800 - 1,000
142 English mahogany bow front four drawer chest, early 19th century. 35-1/2"h, 40-3/4"w, 21-1/4"d. 200 - 400
143 English mahogany tilt top tea table with round figured top, carved turned standard on tripod base. 28-1/4"h, 28-1/2"dia. Top reset, split to top, and loss to one baton. 150 - 250
144 Mahogany pot cabinet with marble top. 28"h, 16"dia. Repairs to veneer. 75 - 150
145 19th century English love seat with leaf carved cabriole legs. 37"h, 45"w, 31"d. Upholstery faded. 150 - 250
146 Regency mahogany cellaret, canted case with lion handle on carved paw front feet. 18"h, 28-1/2"w, 20-1/2"d. Repairs and molding loss, upholstered top and silk lined. 300 - 500
147 English rosewood veneered drop leaf sofa table with two drawers opposing two false drawers on quadruple pillar supports, platform base and four out swept legs ending on brass paw feet on casters. 27-3/4"h, 34-1/2"w, 26"d. Restorations, refinished. 350 - 550
148 Pair of bronze three light lamps with red and gilt tole shades, 20th century. 28"h overall. 200 - 400
149 Pair of tole garnitures, footed egg shaped boxes with lion head and loop handles, unmarked, 20th century. 11-1/4"h. 100 - 200
150 Group of (2) brass trivets, one with turned handle. Taller 12-1/2"h, 9-3/4"w, 6-1/4"d. Losses and break to top on one. 75 - 125
151 Brass coachman with scalloped apron and cabriole legs. 11-1/2"h, 19"w, 16"d. 50 - 75
152 Group of (3) candlesticks: brass candlestick, hallmarked "SB" with crown and "No.4" on bottom; bronze chamberstick; and wide copper candlestick, 4"h, 7-1/2"dia. Wear from age and use. 100 - 200
153 Bronze lectern having adjustable base and etched quatrefoil decoration, unmarked. Surface 11"h, 13-1/4"w. Lacking book ledge. 100 - 200
154 18th century wood lectern having shaped ledge. 15"h, 15-1/2"w. Some repairs, loss to back foot. 75 - 150
155 18th century English burlwood veneered chest on stand having six drawer upper section over a single drawer base on cabriole legs. 56-1/2"h, 38"w, 23"d. Restorations and replaced legs. 700 - 900
156 19th century English oak lowboy with three drawers and shaped apron on cabriole legs. 28"h, 31"w, 20"d. Repair to back foot. 150 - 200
157 19th century English oak one drawer table. 27-1/4"h, 29"w, 20"d. Some restorations, wear. 100 - 200
158 Diminutive mahogany two part campaign chest with brass mounts. 36-3/4"h, 36"w, 17-1/2"d. Some repairs. 250 - 450
159 Diminutive English oak gateleg table, 19th century, with drop leaf oval top on cork screw legs and turned feet. 26-3/4"h, 10-3/4"w(closed), 27-3/4"w(open), 24"d. Top repinned, wear from use. 150 - 200
160 Oak Welsh cupboard having an open three shelf top over three drawer base. 86-1/4"h, 71"w, 19-3/4"d. Top unassociated and of later period, several repairs and losses. 400 - 600
161 JOHN WALLACE TUCKER (British, 1808-1869), "Exeter from Exwith Hills", oil on board, unsigned, titled by plaque on frame. Board 10"h, 14"w. Craquelure, minor dent in sky, light abrasion to edges from frame. 400 - 600
162 BERNARD EVANS (British, 1848-1922), cattle at the stream, watercolor, signed lower right, bears two old handwritten labels with artist's name and with faint title to verso. Sight 16"h, 30-1/2"w. Light toning, foxing. 300 - 500
163 WILLIAM R. STONE (British, 19th century), Black Horse tavern, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Canvas 18"h, 32"w. Relined, craquelure with minor losses along bottom, scattered inpaint. 500 - 700
164 WILLIAM HENRY WILLIAMSON (British, 1820-1883), pair of coastal seascapes, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Canvas 10"h, 18"w. Craquelure, light inpaint. 1,200 - 1,800
165 "H.M.S. Immortalite" British ship (19th century), low relief needlework, unsigned, on stretcher bars. 14-3/4"h, 20-1/4"w. Toning. 200 - 300
166 EMILY SCOTT (British, fl.1826-1855), "Miss Wilson, Maid of honour to Queen Adelaide", watercolor on card, sitter and artist information inscribed to verso. Sheet 15-3/4"h, 11-1/2"w. Toning, adhesive staining at top and around edges, light bubbling lower right. 150 - 250
167 GEORGE MOUTARD WOODWARD (British, 1760-1809), "The Prim Lovers", ink and watercolor on laid paper, pencil inscribed with titled, artist, and dated c.1785 in bottom margin. Sheet 8-3/4"h, 6-3/4"w. Laid to mat board, few tears to edges, toning, staining. 300 - 400
168 JOSEPH ALFRED TERRY (British, 1872-1939), "The Dansant", oil on panel, unsigned, bears Christie's stamps to verso from "Joseph Terry Studio Sale, July 3rd 1986" and gallery label from David Messum, The Studio, Fine Art. Panel 6-1/4"h, 9-3/8"w. Minor dirt and grime. 400 - 600
169 After JOHN GOULD (British, 1804-1881), group of (2) hand colored lithographs, to include: "Falco Peregrinus" and "Falco Candicans, images by J. Wolf, lithographed by H. C. Richter. Sight 20"h, 13"w. Mat burn, toning, light foxing. 100 - 200
170 After MARK CATESBY (British, 1682-1749), group of (2) hand colored engravings, from the Seligmann Edition of "The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands", includes: "Accipiter Piscatorius" and "Accipiter Palumbarius". Plates 7-3/4"h, 11-1/4"w. Toning, mat burn, foxing. 100 - 200
171 After JOHN GOULD (British, 1804-1881), group of (2) hand colored lithographs, to include: "Tetrao Urogallus" and "Euplocomus Swinhoii", lithographed by H.C. Richter. Larger sight 20"h, 14"w. Toning, mat burn, minor buckling, small tears to edges. 100 - 200
172 After JOHN GOULD (British, 1804-1881), group of (4) hand colored lithographs, to include: "Marsh Sandpiper", "Green Shank", "Bartram's Sandpiper", and "Semipalmated Sandpiper", printed by C. Hullmandel. Sight 14"h, 17-3/4"w. Toning, mat burn, light foxing. 100 - 200
173 After JOHN GOULD (British, 1804-1881), group of (3) hand colored lithographs, to include: "Botaurus Stellaris", "Ardetta Minuta", and "Glottis Canescens", lithographed by H.C. Richter. Approx sights 14"h, 18"w. Mat burn, toning, minor buckling to edges. 100 - 200
174 Waltham 14k gold hunt cased pocket watch with Keystone Watch Co works, 15 jewels. 1-7/8"dia overall. Approx 41.3 dwt overall including works. Does not function. 350 - 450
174AMicromosaic crucifix having four architectural image cartouches, one floral image cartouche, framed relic above brass figure, set in silverplated brass cross. 9-1/2"h, 5-3/4"w. 250 - 450
175 Sterling silver mounted snuff mull, having engraved shield, reading "To Mr. James, From The 3rd Caith. R.V. 1877". 3-1/2"l overall. 400 - 600
176 Silver fruit shaped box with bird in nest on lid, hallmarked "900" inside bottom. 3"h. Approx 3.2 troy oz. 150 - 200
177 Pair of English sterling silver candlesticks by James Robinson, London, 1948. 7-1/2"h. Total approx weight 34.5 troy oz. 500 - 700
178 18th/19th century armorial Sheffield silver-plate ice bucket in urn form with two handles, having inset etched silver crest with double crown, unseen hallmark inside base. 10-1/2"h. Some plate loss, dent to side of body. 150 - 200
179 Sterling silver trophy, Lewy Bros, having three handles with repousse decoration to body, engraved "Club Champion, Class A, William Feldman", with enamel emblem for The Seawane Club, marked on bottom. Bottom with solder marks from having been mounted. 12-3/4"h. Approx 51.6 troy oz. 1,000 - 1,500
180 Reed & Barton silverplate pitcher with double sided face of John Barleycorn, signed on bottom. 6-3/4"h. 600 - 800
181 Tommi Parzinger brass ice bucket with mercury glass liner, lid engraved "The Creek 1955", maker's mark on bottom. 11-1/2"h. Minor surface wear from use. 200 - 300
182 Georg Jensen sterling silver flatware service in Cactus pattern, total of (89) pieces to include: (7) sterling handle dinner knives; larger sterling handle knife; (12) dinner forks; (11) salad forks; (8) cocktail forks; (18) fruit spoons; (8) fish knives; (8) sterling handle fruit knives (one with small dent to handle); (6) bouillon spoons; tablespoon; (2) serving spoons; small ladle; sterling handle carving fork and knife; sterling handle cake knife; cheese scoop; butter dish; and caviar spreader with horn blade; in mahogany chest. Dinner forks 7-1/4"l. Total approx weight excluding sterling handle items 102.4 troy oz. Accompanied by original Georg Jensen order form, dated August 1967. 2,000 - 3,000
183 Holger Rasmussen Art Deco sterling compote with lid, Denmark, having two handles and elaborate handle to lid, signed on bottom. 6-1/2"h, 13"w with handles. Approx 54.3 troy oz. 800 - 1,200
184 International Sterling silver flatware service for twelve in Masterpiece pattern, 85 pieces to include: sterling handle dinner knives; dinner forks; salad forks; appetizer forks; (10) table spoons; (24) teaspoons; serving fork; serving spoon; and sterling handle cake server. Dinner forks 7-1/2"l. Total approx weight 93 troy oz. excluding sterling handle pieces. 1,500 - 2,000
185 Group of (2) silver overlay bud vases: art glass vase with pulled decoration, numbered "60" on bottom and silver hallmarked for Alvin, 999 Fine Silver; and porcelain vase in multi color glaze, unmarked. Approx 5-1/2"h. 100 - 200
186 Tall Galle cameo glass vase with oak leaves and acorns, France, signed Galle on body. 17-1/2"h, 6-1/4"dia at bottom. 1,000 - 2,000
187 Daum Nancy diminutive acid cut and enamel decorated glass vase, hand painted enamel winter landscape with black birds in trees, enamel signed "Daum Nancy" with Cross of Lorraine on bottom. 6-3/4"h. 800 - 1,200
188 Set of (7) LC Tiffany favrile flutes on round foot, each signed "L.C.T." or "7870H (or 7872 or 7874) L.C. Tiffany Favrile". 6"h. 1,000 - 2,000
189 Group of (6) Louis Comfort Tiffany small art glass objects: set of (4) Favrile iridescent hurricane shades, each with etched signature along bottom, 3-3/4"h (some chips to bottoms, light surface wear); salt cellar with pulled swirling decoration, signed on bottom, 2"dia; and square tile with impressed maple leaf, 3"sq (some small chips to edges). 200 - 400
190 Group of (2) art glass bud vases: Galle cameo glass bud vase, narrow neck and flaring rim, amber color cameo cut leaf pattern over colorless background, cut signature "Galle" on side and hand marked "IIx" on bottom, 5-1/2"h (crazing, rim chips); and Aurene tree stump vase in iridescent blue, signed and numbered on bottom, 6-1/2"h. 150 - 250
191 Diminutive Zsolnay vase having floral design in iridescent glaze, Hungary, signed on bottom with dotted five-tower and impressed Zsolnay Pecs trademarks. 3-3/4"h. Fleabite to side. 200 - 400
192 Lamartine diminutive painted cameo glass vase depicting field with trees, signed near bottom and numbered 327/685 on bottom. 4-1/4"h. 300 - 500
193 Set of (6) glass trumpet shades in heart and vine design, with iridescent interiors and shaped edges, four signed Quezal, one signed Lustre Art, one possibly Quezal with signature rubbed off. 5-1/2"h, 5-1/4"dia at edges. Two with flea bites to rims. 500 - 700
194 Baccarat two light candelabra, "Les Enfants" figural base in frosted glass, signed on bottom. 18"h. Some chips to crystals. 200 - 400
195 Bohemian cut glass tall vase, white to rose with alternating panels of intricate checker pattern and painted flowers. 16-1/2"h. 150 - 200
196 Pair of colored air twist glasses with red and white ribbons. 6-3/4"h. 200 - 400
197 Group of (3) pressed glass items: Carlisle table lamp in yellow and colorless glass, 9"h; milk glass dish in flower form; and Greentown holly amber creamer, 4"h (small fracture at foot). 200 - 300
198 Pair of Art Deco milk glass double tier lamps. 18"h. 100 - 150
199 Carved alabaster table lamp, seated bather, unmarked. 12-1/2"h overall. Repairs to lamp post. 100 - 200
200 Art Nouveau figural table lamp, white metal figure mounted on iron base with shade, unmarked. 11"h overall. Minor surface wear. 150 - 200
201 JAMES COIGNARD (French, 1925-2008), figure, glass, signed and dated 1997 on base. 30"h. 300 - 500
202 RUTH BROCKMANN (American, 1955-2013), "Kingfisher Spirit", fused and slumped glass with fired gold, signed along edge and dated 2010, label to verso with title. 17-1/2"h, 18"w. 600 - 800
203 PETER MAX (American, b.1937), "Better World III", mixed media, acrylic over lithograph, signed at bottom, 1999. Sight 23-1/2"h, 17-1/2"w. 1,200 - 1,500
204 PETER MAX (American, b.1937), "The Grammy", serigraph, signed in white pencil lower right. Sheet 40"h, 32"w. Waving lightly. 1,000 - 1,500
205 PETER MAX (American, b.1937), "New York Flower Show", mixed media, acrylic over lithograph, signed at bottom, 1999. Sight 23-1/2"h, 19"w. 800 - 1,200
206 SYD SOLOMON (American, 1917-2004), "City River", oil on paper, signed bottom center, inscribed to verso with title, artist, and dated 79. Sheet 10-3/4"h, 14"w. Uneven top edge, tape residue along right edge. Provenance: gift from artist to present owner. 800 - 1,200
207 JEAN MIOTTE (French, 1926-2016), abstract, lithograph in colors, pencil signed and numbered at bottom. Sheet 29-1/2"h, 21"w. Float mounted, light waving. 200 - 300
208 LUCERO GONZALEZ JAMESON (20th century), two figures, oil on canvas, unsigned, 40"h, 30"w. Provenance: purchased directly from the artist. 300 - 400
209 BERNARD SIMON (American, 1896-1980), stone bust with double-sided faces, on marble base, signed on neck. 13-1/2"h excluding base. 300 - 400
210 JORGE NOCEDA SANCHEZ (Dominican/American, 1931-1987), "Ritual", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on frame plaque, signed and dated May 28, '63 to verso. Canvas 16-1/4"h, 20"w. Craquelure center, dust and grime. 300 - 500
211 PAUL HUNTER (American, 20/21st century), "Reflected Landscape", oil and gold leaf on board, signed, titled, and dated 1991 to verso. Board 47"h, 48"w. Unframed. 400 - 800
212 RUDOLPH CARL GORMAN (American, 1931-2005), "Mystic Mesa", lithograph in colors, signed, dated 1991, and numbered VII/XX at bottom. Sheet 31"h, 39"w. Float mounted. 800 - 1,200
213 RUDOLPH CARL GORMAN (American, 1931-2005), "La Chilera", lithograph in colors, pencil signed, dated 1990, and numbered 173/225. Sheet 30"h, 39"w. Float mounted. 800 - 1,200
214 EDWARD JOHN STEVENS JR (American, 1923-1988), "Still Life with Lemons", gouache, signed and dated 1946 at bottom, label to verso with title. Sight 21-3/4"h, 18"w. Waving. 300 - 500
215 EDWARD JOHN STEVENS JR (American, 1923-1988), "The Tropics: a Moonlight Journey", gouache, signed lower right, also signed, titled, and dated 1946 in bottom margin. Sheet 19-1/2"h, 23-1/2"w. Laid to board along top margin, pin holes in margins. 300 - 500
216 Harbor scene (French School, 20th century), oil on masonite, signed illegibly lower left. Board 19-1/2"h, 24"w. Craquelure, light dirt and grime, minor surface abrasions. 300 - 500
217 HOWARD BEHRENS (American, 1933-2014), "Recollections of Lake Como", serigraph, pencil signed and numbered 26/300 at bottom. Image 30"h, 40"w. 200 - 300
218 ENRICO CARUSO (Italian tenor, 1873-1921), autographed photograph by Caruso, the A. Dupont image depicting the artist seated, signed in black ink; accompanied by brochure about Caruso from the Museo Teatrale Alla Scala. Photograph 8"h, 6"w. 200 - 300
219 LASZLO WILLINGER (Hungarian/American, 1906-1989), "Clark Gable", offset lithograph, pencil signed and numbered 115/325 at bottom. Image 18"h, 21-1/4"w. 100 - 200
220 PETER BEARD (American, b.1938), "Fifty Years of Portraits" book, inscribed and dated '99 by Peter Tunney, collaged with postcards and polaroid. 10-1/4"h, 8-1/4"w. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist. 400 - 500
221 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Wheelock House" (Variant), gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #260, and dated November 10, 1937 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, light wear to edges. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (North of 59th) plate 23. 800 - 1,200
222 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Wheelock House", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #261, and dated November 10, 1937 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, light wear to edges. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (North of 59th) plate 25. 800 - 1,200
223 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Jefferson Market Court, 647-661 Sixth Avenue", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #L-32, and dated Nov 10 1938 in pencil. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, uneven margins, light toning and yellowing. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Greenwich Village) plate 30. 800 - 1,200
224 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Patchin Place with Jefferson Market Court in Background", gelatin silver print, numbered 268 in the negative bottom left, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #268, and dated November 24, 1937 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, wear and creasing to edges with loss to bottom left corner, few light surface scratches. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Greenwich Village) plate 32. 500 - 700
225 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "St. Luke's Chapel", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #21, and dated Oct 21, 1935 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, light wear to edges, crease to bottom left corner, light surface marks upper right. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Greenwich Village) plate 12. 700 - 900
226 "Broadway North from Exchange Place laying of the Broadway Cable - 1885", gelatin silver print, unsigned, laid to board with inscribed title in lower margin. Image 8-3/4"h, 7-1/4"w. Toning, light silvering to edges. 100 - 150
227 VADIM CHERNOFF (American, 1888-1954), pair of stained glass designs presumably for church windows, pencil, ink, watercolor and gouache, each signed lower right, artist's name and address to verso. Sight 34"h, 20-3/4"w. Minor toning. 300 - 350
228 ALBERT HIRSCHFELD (American, 1903-2003), Mae West, etching, pencil signed and numbered 15/150 along bottom. Plate 14-1/2"h, 19"w. 250 - 450
229 GEORGE GROSZ (German/American, 1893-1959), "The Police Reporter Drinks", ink drawing on paper, ink and charcoal on paper, signed at bottom, pencil titled along bottom, bears Soufer Gallery label to verso. Sight 23"h, 17-1/2"w. Light toning and buckling. 2,000 - 4,000
230 CHARLES HUGHES (American, 20th century), "L'Enfant Prodigue", oil on canvas, signed and dated 1943 lower left. Canvas 40"h, 30"w. Craquelure, minor losses, light dirt and grime. 300 - 500
231 RICHARD WILLIAM DICUS (American, 1901-1973), girl in green, oil on masonite, signed and dated '36 upper left. Board 16"h, 12"w. 200 - 400
232 CARL OSCAR AUGUST ERICKSON (American, 1891-1958), woman in hat, ink and gouache on paper, signed and dated 44 lower right. Sheet 18"h, 12"w. Unframed, mat burn, toning. 300 - 400
233 WILLIAM HASKELL COFFIN (American, 1878-1941), portrait of woman reflected in trompe l'oeil jewels, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 28"h, 22"w. Relined, craquelure, scattered inpaint. 600 - 800
234 Sheraton five drawer chest having two short drawers over three long drawers, on splayed legs. 39-1/2"h, 45-1/4"w, 22"d. Scratches to top, minor repairs to feet. 300 - 400
234AVictorian carved mahogany sewing stand with lyre side panels. 30"h, 21-1/2"w, 19"d. Repairs, upholstery needs replacing. 200 - 300
235 Pair of brass candlesticks with hand blown amethyst glass hurricanes, having folded rims. Candlesticks 8-1/2"h, hurricanes 14"h. 200 - 400
236 18th century hand blown glass hurricane with folded rim and painted gilt foliate decoration. 21"h. Rim chip. 75 - 150
237 American cherry split banister back side chair, 19th/20th century, with ornately carved crest rail, rush seat, turned stretchers and Spanish feet. 45"h. 75 - 125
238 American cherry tripod candlestand with spider legs. 27-1/4"h, 18-1/4"w, 17-1/2"d. Top rotated and reset. 100 - 200
239 Chippendale mahogany mirror. Overall 37-1/4"h, 19"w. Repairs. 75 - 125
239AMahogany Chippendale style side chair with upholstered seat. 37''h. 50 - 75
240 Pair of brass sconces with hand blown globes, electrified. 20"h overall with globes. Minor chips to rims. 150 - 250
241 LOUIS M. EILSHEMIUS (American, 1864-1941), "Diana at the Pool", oil on board, signed lower right, titled on label to verso, also bears Babcock Galleries label to verso. Board 8-1/4"h, 6-1/4"w. Minor craquelure, small loss center. 700 - 900
242 ASA CASSIDY (American, 20th century), Continental landscape with swans, mixed media on board, signed lower left. Sight 23-1/4"h, 15"w. Toning, waving. 200 - 300
243 HELENE DUBON HYDE (American, 1899-1988), still life, oil on canvas board, signed lower right, estate stamp to verso. Board 16"h, 12"w. Wear to edges of board, light dirt and grime. 200 - 300
244 Mountain landscape (American School, 19th/20th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Canvas 8-1/4"h, 12-1/2"w. Craquelure, dirt and grime, minor inpaint to small loss upper right. 150 - 250
245 ADELAIDE LAWSON GAYLOR (American, 1889-1986), industrial landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 29-3/4"h, 40-1/4"w. Unframed, loose on stretcher, abrasions and wear around edges, tears lower left and top center. 200 - 400
246 ADELAIDE LAWSON GAYLOR (American, 1889-1986), rural landscape with houses, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed lower right. Canvas 18"h, 24-1/4"w. Unframed, canvas loose, minor craquelure and losses left side. 200 - 300
247 ADELAIDE LAWSON GAYLOR (American, 1889-1986), red industrial building, oil on canvas, unsigned. Canvas 24"h, 29-1/4"w. Unframed, minor surface abrasions and dents, creasing to left side corners, scattered inpaint, restretched. 200 - 400
248 FANNY BLOCK (American, b.1914), "Playground", oil on canvas, label to verso with artist and title. Canvas 23-3/4"h, 30"w. Minor craquelure, surface scratch left side, light dirt and grime. 200 - 300
249 EDWIN ANTHONY CADOGAN (American, 1908-1993), rooftops, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Canvas 28-1/2"sq. Small dent upper right. 150 - 250
250 JUSTIN C. GRUELLE (American, 1889-1978), mountain road with figures, oil on canvas, signed, dated 1954, and inscribed "Balsom, N.C." lower right. Canvas 20"h, 27"w. Small tear upper left, craquelure with water spots center, dirt and grime. 300 - 500
251 Diminutive New England Sheraton mahogany two drawer server on turned and reeded legs. 28-3/4"h, 36-1/2"w, 11-3/4"d. Repairs, replaced hardware, loss of veneer. 800 - 1,200
252 19th century brass six light chandelier, electrified. 28"h, 23"dia. Loss to one scroll, minor dents. 150 - 250
253 Pair of federal style three light brass sconces. 15-1/2"h, 15"w. 150 - 250
254 Lot (2) country spindle chairs in black paint with stencil decoration, armchair and side chair with rush seats, 19th century. 34-1/2"h, 20"w, 16"d. 50 - 75
255 Mahogany pembroke table with single drawer on straight tapering legs with cross stretcher. 28-3/4"h, 21-1/4"w (closed), 29-1/2"d. Wear and scratches to top. 150 - 250
256 Oriental rug. 15'6"l, 9'w. Some wear and loss. 400 - 600
257 Federal style giltwood over-mantle three panel mirror, with rosette block corners, and half turned column decoration. 33"h, 65"w. 150 - 250
258 Large stoneware crock, "W-A-Lewis, Gale's-ville-NY 96", with painted flower. 12-1/2"h, 13-1/2"dia. 200 - 400
259 Group of (2) stoneware items: 3 gallon jug and crock, each marked "Wm. E. Warner, West Troy" with painted foliate decoration. Crock 10"h, 11"dia. Crock with hairline from rim. 200 - 300
260 Group of (2) 2 gallon stoneware jugs with painted flowers: "E. Norton & Co, Bennington, VT" (hairline from bottom); and "FB Norton & Co, Worcester, Mass" (rim chip). Taller 14"h. 100 - 200
261 Group of (2) stoneware crocks: "White's, Utica", 4 gallon with painted bird (small chip to ear); and "West Troy NY Pottery", with painted flower (large vertical crack). Larger 11-1/2"h, 11-1/2"dia. 100 - 200
262 4 Gallon stoneware crock, "Adam Caire Po'keepsie, NY", with painted bird. 8-1/2"h, 13"dia. Minor wear from use. 100 - 200
263 3 Gallon stoneware crock, "New York Stoneware Co", with painted bird. 10-1/2"h, 10-1/2"dia. Light wear from use. 100 - 200
264 Group of (2) stoneware items: 3 gallon jug "F...Norton & Co, Worcester Mass", with painted feather, 15-1/2"h (hairline to handle few dings); and 6 gallon crock "AK Ballard, Burlington, VT", with painted feather (light hairline, minor chip). 100 - 200
265 2 Gallon stoneware jug "John B. Caire & Co, Main St. Po'keepsie, NY". 13"h. Rim chip, large chip to back bottom. 100 - 200
266 Stoneware jug, "Fletcher & Norton, Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Groceries & C., Westfield, Mass.", having elaborately painted scroll decoration. 14-1/2"h. Small rim chip. 150 - 250
267 Durham Mustard wood canister with original lithographed label. 12-1/2"h, 10-3/4"dia. Some wear and small losses to label. 100 - 150
268 Star Ships Compass Makers advertising sign, painted wood with star at center having copper face and painted ship at center. 25"dia. Some wear and minor losses. 300 - 500
269 Painted wood "Notary Public" sign. 6"h, 20"w. Some wear. 100 - 200
270 Group of (3) bronze trade signs: "Abrahams"; "Harry P. Loomer, MD, Physician & Surgeon"; and "F.B.D.". Longest 22-1/2"l. 100 - 200
271 New York City subway roll sign, "Coney Island"/"Rockaway Pkwy". in original casing with brass crank. Overall 6"h, 27"w, 7-1/2"d. 200 - 300
272 New York City subway roll sign, "Eastern P'kwy", Brooklyn, in original casing with brass crank. Overall 6"h, 27"w, 7-1/2"d. 200 - 300
273 New York City subway sanitation code porcelain sign "No Smoking Spitting, Sanitary Code", double sided. 20-1/2"h, 27"w. 200 - 400
274 "8th St. & 3rd St." New York City porcelain enamel subway sign. 8-1/4"h, 57"w. 250 - 350
275 Group of (3) New York City subway signs, double sided: "Lexington Ave. Express", Manhattan; "6th Ave. Express"; and "3d Ave. Local Exp.". Longest 4-3//4"h, 25-1/2"w. 200 - 400
276 Group of (3) Queens, New York street signs: "Rockaway Av" and "Lefferts Av", each 4"h, 22"w; "Woodhaven Blvd", 12"h, 10"w. 150 - 250
277 Group of (3) New York signs, double sided: "Atlantic Ave. B'klyn"; "Chatham Sq."; and "Eastern P'kway". Longest 4"h, 26"l. 150 - 250
278 Group of (2) New York City subway porcelain enamel pillar signs: "Times Sq." (restored); and "34" for 34th Street. Larger 9"h, 12"w. 100 - 200
279 "2nd Ave. & E. 106 St." New York City porcelain enamel street sign in original bracket, Spanish Harlem, double sided. Overall 13"h, 24"w. 200 - 400
280 "E. 57 & Madison Ave" New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Manhattan, double sided. 11-3/4"h, 22"w. 200 - 300
281 "Rivington St. & Attornery St." New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Lower East Side, double sided. 12"h, 22"w. 200 - 400
282 "Rivington St & Chrystie St" New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Lower East Side, double sided. 11-3/4"h, 22"w. 200 - 400
283 "E. 12St. & Av. K." New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Brooklyn, double sided. 12"h, 22"w. 150 - 250
284 Group of (2) New York City porcelain enamel street signs, Brooklyn: "22 Av" double sided; and "20 Ave". Longer 6"h, 24"w. 100 - 200
285 "E. 204 & Jerome Ave." New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Bronx, double sided. 11-1/2"h, 22"w. 150 - 250
286 "Van Cortlandt Park E. & E. 233 St." New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Bronx, double sided. 11-3/4"h, 22"w. 150 - 250
287 "Huxley Ave. & W. 259 St." New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Bronx, double sided. 11-3/4"h, 22"w. Small iron loss at edge. 100 - 200
288 "Westchester Ave & Glebe Ave" New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Bronx, double sided. 11-3/4"h, 22"w. 100 - 200
289 "Eastern Blvd & Baychester Ave" New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Bronx, double sided. 11-3/4"h, 22"w. 100 - 200
290 Group of (2) Bronx street signs: "180th St. Bronx Pk.", 4-1/2"h, 25-1/2"w; and Cross Bronx Expwy", 9"h, 37-1/2"w including bracket. 100 - 200
291 "Locust Ave. & E. 134 St." New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Bronx, double sided. 11-3/4"h, 22"w. 100 - 200
292 "Sutphin Blvd." New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Queens, double sided. 7"h, 22"w. 100 - 150
293 "St. Lawrence Ave. & E. 177 St." New York City porcelain enamel street sign, Bronx, double sided. 11-3/4"h, 22"w. 100 - 200
294 DEBORAH DORSEY (American, 20th/21st), New York cafe, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 16"h, 20"w. 200 - 300
295 DOMINICK DI LORENZO (American, Long Island, b.1947), SoHo street scene, oil on unstretched canvas, signed lower left. Sight 8-1/2"h, 11"w. Light waving. 200 - 300
296 EDWIN OMAN (American, 1905-1985), Central Park ice skating, watercolor, signed lower left. Sight 13"h, 16-1/2"w. Light toning and mat burn, minor staining at top. 200 - 300
297 ERNEST FREDERICK MEYER (1863-1952), group of (2) New York City scenes, oil on board, signed lower right. Larger board 8"h, 9-1/2"w. Light dirt and grime. 200 - 400
298 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), tree on rocky hillside, oil on panel, unsigned. Panel 14"h, 10"w. Board with vertical split lower left edge to center, surface accretions to tree. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 150 - 200
299 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), skyline with clouds, oil on panel, signed verso. Panel 12-1/4"h, 16"w. Board split horizontally in two and warped, additional split upper left. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 125 - 175
300 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), "The Sooty Shop", etching, pencil signed and titled along bottom. Sheet 11-8/4"h, 8"w. Unframed, foxing. 100 - 150
301 GEORGINE WETHERILL SHILLARD (American, 1874-1955), park with fountain, oil on canvas board, unsigned, bears label to verso with artist and partial title and dated 1938. Board 12"h, 16"w. Provenance: acquired through descent to present owner. 100 - 150
302 19th century American grain painted jelly cupboard with two top drawers over two sunken panel doors. 51"h, 46-1/2"w, 20"d. Wear and minor loss to bottom of one door, top with stains. 300 - 500
302AAmerican country ladder back armchair rocker. 45-1/4"h. Restorations, top back splat with splits. 75 - 150
303 Turned and painted wood five light chandelier. 7"h, Approx 24"dia. Paint loss. 75 - 125
304 Group of (3) Niloak Mission swirl pottery vases, taller with impressed marks on bottom. Taller 8-1/2"h. 100 - 200
305 Wood cutlery box with shaped edge. 5"h, 14-1/4"w, 9"d. Wear from age. 75 - 125
306 18th century small American blanket chest with two false drawers over single drawer. 34-1/2"h, 38"w, 17"d. Replaced hardware and refinished. 200 - 400
307 Pair of portraits (American School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Canvas 38"h, 30"w. As found, with craquelure, repairs, tears, losses, inpaint. Provenance: Sag Harbor, NY estate. 200 - 400
308 Theorem on velvet (19th century), compote with fruit, unsigned. Sight 15-1/2"h, 18-1/2"w. Toning, staining, foxing. 200 - 300
309 Group of (3) small theorems (19th century) to include: flowers, on velvet; fruit, on velvet; and fruit in basket, on paper, all unsigned. Largest sight 6-1/2"h, 8"w. Toning. 150 - 250
310 JAMES DEL GROSSO (American, b.1941), "Red Grapes with Leaves", oil on canvas, signed, titled, and dated 1990 verso. Canvas 32"h, 52"w. Craquelure, small loss bottom right. 800 - 1,200
311 E. GROSS (American Folk Art, 19th/early 20th century), "Chrystenah" paddleboat, oil on board, signed lower right, label and photograph of paddleboat to verso, in original folk art frame. Board 10"h, 17"w. Minor craquelure, surface darkening with light dirt and grime. 200 - 400
312 AUGUST LAUX (American, 1847-1921), kittens, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 10"h, 14"w. Minor loss with inpaint top center. 400 - 600
313 HUDSON KITCHELL (American, 1862-1944), moonlight landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 22"h, 30"w. Craquelure, scattered inpaint. 400 - 600
314 Landscape with waterfall (American School 19th/early 20th), oil on canvas, unsigned. Canvas 24"h, 20"w. Craquelure, wear to canvas from stretcher, scattered inpaint, minor dents. 200 - 300
315 Southwestern scene with tents and train (American, early 20th century), oil on canvas board, signed illegibly lower left. Board 10"h, 14"w. Light dirt and grime. 150 - 250
316 LUCIAN ARTHUR GERALDI (American, 1923-2005), winter ski lodge, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 9"h, 12"w. Light craquelure, minor inpaint upper left. 200 - 300
317 WILLIAM HURD LAWRENCE (American, 1866-1938), landscape with trees, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 26"sq. Craquelure, small dent with losses upper right, small loss lower left. 400 - 600
318 EUGENE LA FORET (French, b.1931), autumn landscape, oil on canvas laid to board, signed lower right. Board 5-3/4"h, 8"w. Minor craquelure. 200 - 300
319 PERCY SANBORN (American, 1849-1929), coastline, watercolor on paper, signed lower left. Sight 7-1/4"h, 9-1/4"w. Light toning, light foxing center. 300 - 500
320 SAMILLA LOVE JAMESON HEINZMANN (American, 1881-1965), harbor scene, oil on canvas board, signed lower right. Board 16"h, 20"w. Light dirt and grime. 250 - 450
321 W. KNOTWELL (American, 19th/20th century), sailboats, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1895 lower right. Canvas 34"h, 24"w. Craquelure, patched repairs, scattered inpaint. 150 - 250
322 FREDERIC S. COZZENS (American, 1846-1928), "Rounding the Light Ship", chromolithograph, signed in image lower left. Sight 14"h, 20-1/4"w. Light toning and foxing. 250 - 350
323 LOUIS PAPALUCA (The Younger) (American, 20th century), tall ship, oil on canvas laid to board, signed lower right. Board 18-1/4"h, 23-3/4"w. Craquelure, inpaint. 150 - 250
324 ROBERT GORSUCH HART (American, 19th/20th century), "Tall Ship and Fishermen", oil on canvas board, signed and dated '43 lower right and to verso with title. Board 17-3/4"h, 23-3/4"w. Board warped with canvas lifting from board, minor inpaint. 200 - 300
325 MARIAH HEMPT KALBACH (American, 20th century), sailboat, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Canvas 16"h, 14"w. Craquelure, inpaint, lifting and minor losses. 100 - 200
326 M. RINALDI (American, b.1919), "Adriatic Sea", oil on canvas, signed lower left, signed and titled to verso. Canvas 16"h, 20"w. Craquelure. 200 - 300
327 FRANK SCHNEIDER (American, 1881-1935), ship in moonlight, oil on masonite, signed lower right. Board 9"h, 12"w. Light dirt and grime. 200 - 300
328 Group of (5) Sailors' valentines shell encrusted objects: hand mirror; sewing box with inset print of ship to lid; heart shaped trinket box; vase; and picture frame, 7"h, 4-3/4"w; accompanied by research book "Neptune's Treasures". Some small losses. 200 - 400
329 Pair of portraits (American, school, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Canvas 31-1/2"h, 27"w. Relined, cleaned, craquelure, restorations. Provenance: Purchased by present owner at Christie's, January 2000. 800 - 1,200
330 ANDREW BASCOM (American, 19th century), "Portrait of Amey Ann Haskel", oil on canvas, inscription to verso "AJ Bascom pinx, 1839, For Amey Ann Haskel, in her 24th year", also bears hand written label to verso with information about sitter. Canvas 26"h, 23"w. Patched repair, craquelure, inpaint, dirt and grime, wear to canvas from stretcher. 200 - 300
331 19th century mahogany drop front clerk's desk. 59"h, 39-1/2"w, 18"d. Repairs, wear from use. 400 - 600
332 American cherry one drawer stand on turned tapering legs. 28-1/2"h, 19-1/2"w, 16-1/2"d. Top repinned, wear from use. 150 - 200
333 Salesman sample Chippendale wall mirror with eagle emblem at top. Overall 14-1/2"h, 7-1/2"w. 50 - 75
333AMahogany serving table. 30-1/4''h, 36-1/4''w, 23-1/2''d. 100 - 200
334 Bronze standing column lamp having marble and bronze stem and base with leaf and berry motif. Overall 66"h. Loss to top finial. 150 - 250
334AEmpire mahogany doll's sleigh bed. 18"h, 35"l, 18-1/2"w. Some wear from use, fabric needs replacing. 75 - 100
335 Child's barber shop booster seat, iron and leather. Seat 10"dia. Wear and rust. 100 - 200
336 Full body painted weathervane as running horse, with stand. 17-1/2"h, 29"w. As found with repair to tail and losses. 250 - 450
337 Group of (2) painted cast iron doorstops: seated black cat; and fisherman; unmarked. Cat 9-1/0"h. Minor wear to paint. 100 - 200
338 Polychromed cast iron cat doorstop. 8-1/2"h. 50 - 75

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