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LotPictureDescription (SPORTING LOTS: 1 - 50)Estimate
1 Winchester Model 94 Carbine in 32 Win Special. The round barrel measures 20" with open sights. The pain walnut stock ends in a metal butt plate. Overall very good condition with light spots of oxidation from being stored in closet. #1912006 300 - 400
2 Marlin Model 1894S in rare 41 Rem. Mag. The round barrel measures 20" with adjustable open sights and front sight cover. Appears unfired, as new with Marlin Target tag. #13056271 300 - 400
3 Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle in 25-20 WCF. The octagon barrel measures 24" with a clean bore and fixed open sights. The stock is worn with crescent butt plate. Forend is grooved and missing some part of the right side top just above the groove. Overall good condition with clean bore. #412702 400 - 500
4 Remington Model 1100 LT-20 Special in 20g 2-3/4". The "Special Field" has a 21" vent rib barrel with Remington choke. The English straight stock has cut checkering and is fitted with a rubber pad and spacers to 15-1/4" LOP. A great light weight field gun in very good to excellent condition. #P204218K 500 - 700
5 Winchester Model 1897 Take-Down Pump shotgun in 12g. The round plain barrel measures 32" and marked Full. The plain wood field stock has a pistol grip and solid Winchester butt plate. The forearm is grooved. The gun shows normal in use wear but bore is clean and functions well. Classic early repeating duck gun. #493002 300 - 400
6 Bretton Baby Deluxe Sliding breech O/U 12g. The lightest 12g on the market. The divided barrels measure 26-1/2" to breach and chokes are plus or minus imp-cyl and imp-modified, with extractors and double trigger. The gun is made of aluminum alloy with an engraved coin finish. Great field gun. NVN 700 - 1,000
7 U.S. Model 03-M3 by Smith Corona. This is a very fine condition full stock 03 in the M3 later production case. Excellent example. #3693256 400 - 600
8 U.S. Springfield Model 1884 Trap Door in 45-70 cal. the round barrel measures 32-1/2" with very bright bore. Attached round bayonet and flip up adjustable rear sights. The stock has inspector's cartouche. The metal butt plate is marked U.S. 74 with trap door for cleaning rod. Some age browning to metal but overall very good. #539177 400 - 600
9 German Mauser MOD 98 Marked dot 1944 8mm. This rifle appears to have seen very little or no field use. The metal is very good plus with excellent color. The stock appears to be laminated and marked 5213. A very clean example of a late Model 98. #24516 500 - 700
10 U.S. Model M1 Carbine built by Blue Sky Arlington, VA. The metal is in good to very good condition. The bayonet lug has been removed. The wood is in fair to poor condition, no clip. #1379291 300 - 400
11 Greifelt & Co. military flare pistol, German (WWI) 9" barrel. Light surface rust. #13994 200 - 300
12 Dutch flintlock navel sea service pistol. 150 - 250
13 Custom made gun case, holds six guns over base with four drawers. A group of shooting plaques and patches decorate the interior. Well constructed with double locks. 87-1/2"h, 25-1/2"w, 15-3/4"d (at base). 200 - 400
14 SANDERS (American, early 20th century), brook trout, oil on canvas, signed to stretcher. Craquelure, small tear upper right, dirt and grime. Canvas 28"h, 18"w. 300 - 400
15 DICK LEYDEN (American, 20th century), fish on line, lithograph, signed in image lower right. Matted. Sight 10-1/4"h, 13-1/4"w. 75 - 125
16 SHERMAN DENTON (American, 1856-1907), fly fishing for bass, lithograph in colors, copyright 1890 by Bradlee Whidden. Minor toning and mat burn. Image 18"h, 12"w. 100 - 200
17 OGDEN PLEISSNER (American, 1905-1983), "Gray Morning Downs Gulch", lithograph in colors, pencil signed lower right, printed for Anglers Club of New York 1952, with Angler Club stamp. Toning, minor foxing in margins. Image 18-1/2"h, 23"w. 300 - 400
18 Penn - Fin-Nor Big Game Outfit: Penn International 30 and Fin-Nor "AHAB" 20-40 class Grand Prize/Stand Up rod. Both in very good condition. 150 - 250
19 Penn 80 International on a custom Johnny's Tackle Shop Montauk L.I. Rod, AFTCO Reel seat, the classic offshore big game rig. 250 - 350
20 Group of (3) Penn Trolling Reels. Model 113 4/0 Senator, Model 112H 3/0 Senator, and Model 112H 3/0 (needs work). 50 - 75
21 Group of (2) salt water Spinning Outfits, to include: Shakespeare "Ugly Stik" 10', 2pc. with Penn 650SS High Speed Reel with extra spool; and Sheakespeare "Ugly Stik" 10' 2pc. with Penn 7500SS High Speed Reel with extra spool. Both in very good condition. 100 - 200
22 Group of (3) Penn Spinning Reels, to include: (2) Model 704Z and (1) Model 5500SS. All are made in USA. The classic Penn Spinning Reels, in very good condition. 100 - 150
23 Group of (2) reels, to include: 1) AVET MXL 5.8 Lever Drag, aluminum frame, stainless ball bearings, made in USA, excellent in box; and 2) Penn No. 49 Super Mariner Trolling reel in excellent, as new condition in 49C box. 150 - 200
24 Group of (4) Penn reels, to include: 1) GT Level Wind 321 GT2, as new in box; 2) Battle BTL 2000, excellent in box; 3) Penn Jigmaster No.501 in box, very good condition; and 4) Penn Peer No.209, no box, very good condition. 100 - 200
24AGroup of (2) salt water outfits, to include: 10 Shakespeare "Ugly Stik Tiger" Spinning Rod 7' 1pc. with Penn 6500SS Reel; and 2) Shakespeare 7' 1pc, casting rod and Penn Squidder No.140. Both in very good to excellent condition. 100 - 150
25 FRANK BENSON (American, 1862-1951), "The Start", etching, pencil signed lower left, Paff 211. Plate 5"h, 3-3/4"w. 500 - 1,000
26 ROLAND CLARK (American, 1874-1957), ducks over the bay, etching, pencil signed lower right. Minor toning. Plate 7"h, 9-3/4"w. 200 - 400
27 LYNN BOGUE HUNT (American, 1878-1960), "Scared Blackduck", oil on canvas, signed lower right, studio label to stretcher with title. Craquelure and stretcher marks, minor inpaint. Canvas 24"h, 17"w. 2,000 - 4,000
28 P.C. WHARTON (American, b.1880), geese in flight, gouache, signed and dated 1919 lower right. Foxing, toning, mat burn. Sight 9-1/2"h, 11-1/2"w. 100 - 200
28AP.C. WHARTON (American, b.1880), group of (2) hand colored lithographs: "To Miss is Mystery" and "To Hit is History", both signed in image and titled at bottom. Toning, light staining, minor tears. Sight 19"h, 13"w. 100 - 150
29 Group of (3) sporting prints, to include: DON SHOFFSTALL (American, 20th century), "Gene Wild", etching, pencil signed, plate 6"h, 8"w; BENSON B. MOORE (American, 1882-1974), ducks in flight, hand colored etching, pencil signed, plate 6-3/4"h, 5-3/4"w (toning); and JAMES E. ALLEN American 1894-1964), deer in winter, lithograph, pencil signed lower right, image 9-1/4"h, 13"w (unframed). 100 - 150
30 CURRIER & IVES (American, 19th century), pair of hand colored lithographs, to include: "Ruffed Grouse" and "Wood-Ducks", small folio. Toning, mat burn, foxing, tears to edges of Wood Ducks. 8-1/2"h, 12-1/2"w. 100 - 150
31 Daniel DeMott (1847-1930) Oceanside, Long Island "Old Squaw". The paint appears original with areas of light wear. The eyes are glass with square lead belly weight. A very light coat of dull wax appears to have been applied. This is an excellent example of DeMott's talent. 2,000 - 4,000
32 Mason glass eye Blackduck. This decoy appears to be in original paint with a wonderful patina. Some craquelure to the paint, overall very good condition. 75 - 125
33 Early CT Wildfowler Blackduck. This bird has a recessed head with glass eyes and feathering. There is a single small ding to back, otherwise a very good original Wildfowler. 200 - 300
34 Wildfowler Point Pleasant H.J. Brandt. The bird has been repainted and has the name "Jon" branded on bottom. The decoy is stamped with Pt. Pleasant brand. 100 - 150
35 Wildfowler Old Saybrook CT oversized Blackduck. Balsa body with glass eyes and Old Saybrook brand. Shows light in use wear otherwise very good overall. 75 - 125
36 Havre de Grace Maryland Mitchell style Blackduck. Appears to be original paint with scratch feathering. Some wear to head paint, overall very good. Has a small brand (1/4" x 1") marked F.T. Chambers stamped on middle of back. 100 - 150
37 Capt. Fred Muhs Hampton Bays N.Y. Drake Broadbill Sleeper, 1978. The bird is Muhs' "Shinnecock Bay Gunning Stool". The bottom is branded and signed. 150 - 250
38 Upper Chesapeake Bay Drake Broadbill. Body retains flaking old paint with some possible head restoration. 100 - 150
39 Upstate New York Drake Broadbill, maker unknown. Majority of paint appears original with some areas of light touch up. The base has a layer of over paint, a hair line neck crack is visible, but does not encircle the neck. 175 - 250
40 "Prisoner of War" Drake Broadbill. These decoys were carved and painted by WWII German POWs. An article in Decoy Magazine Jan./Feb. 2002 shows three examples of similar decoys. The intent was to keep the POWs busy and supply the Georgetown, Delaware camp doctor with a supply of shooting stool. Craquelure to paint, which appears to be original. 100 - 125
41 Long Island South Shore Drake Broadbill. The body is made of natural cork with a wood bottom and tail. The extended swimming head is recessed into the body. A piece of cork is missing which covers a small section of tail, otherwise a solid early Broadbill. 75 - 125
42 Midwest Hen Mallard, maker unknown. The paint is original with feathering and glass eyes. The head has a slight turned attitude. Overall conditional is very good. 150 - 200
43 Midwest Mallard Drake, maker unknown. The body is solid in original paint. A couple of stress cracks run across the back. The head has glass eyes and a carved bill line where it connects to the head. 100 - 150
44 New Jersey Hollow Hen Broadbill, from the Noyes Museum. There are areas of early over paint and the base is branded Sexton and FWN 0704. An early stress crack is visible in neck, otherwise very good overall condition. 100 - 150
45 Shorebird by Hurley Conklin, Manahawkin, NJ. Excellent condition with H.C. brand. 100 - 200
46 Mason Glass Eye Drake Canvasback. This bird appears to have all original paint with in use wear and missing neck filler. The back has a couple of age cracks and is branded H.C.F. 75 - 125
47 Early Holly Drake Broadbill Veteran with E. Thorne brand. This bird has seen it all, paint wear, shot, and age cracks, sometimes referred to as character. 75 - 125
48 Green-winged Teal Drake by Bob Hand, "Took 3rd place in Professional Class, Chincoteague, Virginia 1978". Nice little bird except for a few puppy chew marks on head and wing tip. 75 - 125
49 Group of (2) heads, attributed to Bill Joeckel. Canada Goose and Brandt both have glass eyes and a few areas of paint wear. Both have snakey head positions. 175 - 250
50 ALEXANDER POPE, JR. (American, 1849-1924), pair of chromolithographs, "Green Wing Teal" and "Valley Quail", published by Armstrong & Co, Boston. Waving, foxing, toning. Sight 13-3/4"h, 19-3/4"w. 150 - 250
51 "The Springer Spaniel" embossed and painted molded advertising sign, marked with logo at top "Froedtert Grain & Malting Company". 13-3/4"h, 20"w. 100 - 200
52 Tech Beer lithographed tin advertising sign, "Too Good To Forget Tech Beer", with hunting scene by Hy Hintermeister. 18-1/2"h, 26-1/2"w. 100 - 200
53 Sporting supply trade sign "Richland Shooters Supplies", hand painted wood, double sided. Some paint loss and touch up. 31-1/2"h, 24"w. 100 - 200
54 Farmingdale Sportsmen's Club hand painted tin sign, "Private-Property No Trespassing, Farmingdale Sportsmen's Club Inc.", with stickers in bottom corners. 17-1/4"h, 23"w. 100 - 200
55 Tenth Annual Decoy & Wildlife Art Show Clayton, New York poster, with A.A. Knapp "Whistler" illustration. Unframed, creasing and pinholes to corners. Sheet 22"h, 14"w. 75 - 125
56 "Ouananiche" 3D cut-out advertisement for Maple City Outboard LTD., Bob & Jim Rule Chatham, Ontario. 6-1/2"h, 8"w overall. 75 - 100
57 "Duquesne Pilsner" advertising sign, embossed wall plaque with lithograph background, supporting mounted painted chalkware bear head, made by Embosograf Co. of Illinois. Light surface wear. 12"h, 9-3/4"w. 100 - 200
58 Rheingold porcelain sign, "Pick Up, Rheingold Extra Dry Lager Beer, We Deliver". Minor porcelain loss at corner. 19"h, 23"w. 150 - 250
59 Coca Cola tin sign "Take Home a Carton." Light corrosion and surface wear. 18"h, 54"w. 400 - 600
60 Coca Cola double sided tin advertising sign "Take a case home Today, Coca Cola, Delicious and Refreshing". Some expected wear, one side with scratches, scuffs and paint loss. 27-3/4"h, 19-3/4"w. 100 - 200
61 "Fatima The Turkish Blend" porcelain sign with thermometer and barometer, 1915 patent date mark. 27"h. 100 - 200
62 Model porcelain sign "Yes, I Said Model Smoking Tobacco". Some porcelain loss. 12"h, 36"w. 200 - 400
63 "Druggist's Straight Five Cigars" painted tin sign by Parker & Granville Signs, Ithaca, N.Y., in wood frame. Weathered. 13"h, 48-1/2"w. 300 - 500
64 "Empire Nosegay Tobacco" porcelain sign. Some porcelain loss, slightly misshapen. 10"h, 18"w. 100 - 200
65 Porcelain restaurant sign "Rose's Restaurant, 2nd & 4th Mon. 7PM", double sided. Some porcelain loss. 8"h, 24"w. 100 - 200
66 Dubrow's Cafeteria tray and worker's hat, from King's Highway, Brooklyn. Tray 18"l, 14"w. 100 - 200
67 License plate topper "Drive Carefully 'I Do'". Minor wear. 7-1/2"h, 15"w. 200 - 300
68 "That Good Gulf Gasoline" porcelain sign. Minor wear. 10-1/2"dia. 200 - 300
69 "Flying A Gasoline" porcelain sign. Scuffs and losses, dents. 11-3/4"dia. 100 - 200
70 Tin belt display sign, "US Royal V-Belts", having sliding sizer. Some corrosion. 30"h. 100 - 200
71 "US Royal Soles Heels", porcelain door push bar sign. 3"h, 32"l overall. 50 - 100
71A"Your Bank Americard Welcome Here" double-sided metal sign. Corrosion and wear to one corner. 18"h, 26"w. 100 - 150
72 GUY ARNOUX (French, 1886-1951), "Les Vins de Bourgogne", lithograph poster, published by Devambez, Paris. Restorations, linen backed, toning. Sight 46-3/4"h, 30-3/4"w. 200 - 300
73 P. CARRERE (French, 20th century), "Reveil Economique: Le Monopole est la cause de la Crise du Tabac", lithograph poster, c.1930. Some buckling, linen backed, restorations. Sight 30-1/2"h, 45-1/2"w. 150 - 200
74 "Recueil de Planches, Sur Les Sciences, Les Arts Liberaux, et Les Arts Mechaniques...", Vol VIII, 1776, Chez Briasson: Paris. Wear to spine, some pages loose. 16"h. 100 - 200
75 "Sports et Jeux D'Adresse", Henry Rene D'Allemagne, no date, Librairie Hachette & Cie: Paris. Lacking prints to front and back sheet folios. 13-1/2"h. 200 - 300
76 "Sporting Anecdotes; Original and Select; Including Characteristic Sketches of Eminent Persons..."; by An Amateur Sportsman, 1807, Albion Press Printed, for J. Cundee: London. Foxing. 7-1/4"h. 150 - 250
77 "The Book of Sport", W. Patten, 1901, J. F. Taylor & Company: New York, limited edition number 32/1500. Overall wear from age and use. 14-1/2"h. 150 - 250
78 "The American Traveller; or Guide Through the United States", by H. S. Tanner, Philadelphia, 1836, with fold out hand colored engraved map "The Traveller's Guide or Map of the Roads, Canals & Rail Roads of the United States..." (framed), book includes four city maps and four engraved plates, 144 pages. Book binding loose, stained, and torn, losses to printed title, dampstaining to pages, foxing and mat burn to map. Book 6"l, 3-3/4"w; map sight 18-1/2"h, 22-1/2"w. 300 - 500
79 Group of (16) early photographs of New Jersey schooners on the Maurice River, schooners include: "Florence Errickson", "Walter Bateman", "Harry & Willie", and "Emma L. Evans", c.1925. All unframed, previously mounted with paper and adhesive residue to edges. Largest 3-1/4"h, 4-1/4"w. 75 - 100
80 "Southold" catboat, (19th century) albumen print, inscribed with title and dated "August 27, 1889" at bottom. Toning, foxing. Sight 9-1/2"h, 11-1/2"w. 100 - 150
81 New York Yacht Club Black, Starr & Frost trophy tankard, of copper and pewter, engraved "Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, Special Memorial Day Race...Won by Alera", dated 1909. 6-1/4"h. 200 - 300
82 Group of (2) swordfish bills. One fitted with wood sword guard but lacking grip, losses to tips. 31"l and 38"l. 75 - 125
83 Scrimshaw tooth depicting masted ships on each side and tree along edge. 6"l. 100 - 200
84 "Admiral Boscowen's Action - Burning of the Prudent and Taking the Bienfaisant in Louisburg Harbour, July 26th 1758", (British School, 18th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, after the original by Richard Paton, bears label to stretcher from Edwin Parson & Sons, London, also bears handwritten label attributing the work to Richard Paton. Wax relined, craquelure, inpaint. Canvas 24"h, 36"w. 2,000 - 3,000
85 PIERRE CHARLES CANOT (French, c.1710-1777), "To the Captains, Other Officers, & Seamen, who ... Burnt the Prudent & Took the Bienfasant in Louisbourgh Harbour...", engraving, after the original painting by Richard Paton, published 1771. Toning, foxing, minor tears to margins. Sheet 17-3/4"h, 25"w. 150 - 250
86 Ships offshore in calm seas (British School, 18th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, patched repair, inpaint. Canvas 24"h, 26-1/4"w. 1,000 - 2,000
87 "H.M.S. Harrier Leaving Portsmouth" (British, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, attributed to Augustus Frederic Shawe, midshipman aboard the Harrier from 1835 to 1840, handwritten labels to verso with artist information and history. Craquelure, inpaint. Canvas 18"h, 27"w. 1,200 - 1,800
88 Group of (3) hand held brass telescopes, 19th/20th century, one with leather grip, one with rope grip, all unmarked. Largest missing objective lens slide cover, all with dents and wear. Largest 19-1/4"l (closed). 150 - 250
89 "Admiral Fitzroy's Barometer" in cottage oak frame, hand colored lithograph backing with explanatory text, housing barometer, thermometer and hygrometer side by side under glass. Water staining to backing. Overall 41-1/2"h, 10"w. 300 - 400
90 Group of (2) small ship's compasses in gimbaled wood boxes: Star Boston brass compass, serial #45426, 2-3/4"dia, box 3-1/2"h, 4-1/2"sq; and Wilcox Crittenden compass, box lid labeled "Adabelle Lykes". 100 - 200
91 Group of (3) nautical instruments, to include: Brevete, Paris, hanging brass aneroid baromter, 6-3/4"dia (as found with crack to glass, broken centigrade thermometer, mechanism loose in case, dents); Naudet Pertuis Hulot Barometres brass holosteric barometer and fahrenheit thermometer, retailed through Aitchison & Co NY, 4-1/2"dia (dents); and gimbaled small compass mounted on round mahogany base, marked "Made in France", 2"dia. (corrosion). 200 - 300
92 Large brass compass in wood case, marked "Made in Japan" on dial. Splits to wood lid. Box 4-1/2"h, 7-1/2"w, 8"d. 150 - 200
93 Set of two Aug. Schatz & Sohne brass instruments: "Ship's Bell" 8 day, 7 jewel clock; and "Holosteric Compensated Barometer". Barometer glass with stress crack near knob, missing side screws to wall mounts. Faces 4-1/2"dia. 75 - 125
94 Seth Thomas ship's clock in nickel over brass casing. Plating worn. Face 7" dia. 150 - 200
95 Wood Freeman gimbaled compass on brass stand with turning rod, labeled "Cig Control Compass, Wood Freeman Auto Pilot, serial 69-0805". Plexiglas scratched. Compass face 6-1/2" dia. 75 - 125
96 J. Adams, New York, hydrometer, in copper case with compartment holding gauge. Tube and backing damaged, glass cracked. 11"h overall. 50 - 100
97 Pair of port and starboard running lanterns, marked "Geo. B. Carpenter & Co., Ship's Chandlers, Chicago." 14"h. 150 - 250
98 Pair of port and starboard running lanterns, Brooklyn Flint Glass Co, one marked "Wm Porter" and other "Gillilands". Some chips to glass, cages with breaks, dents. Approx 17"h. 100 - 200
99 FRATELLI ALINARI (Italian, 19th century), the Coliseum, albumen print, blind stamped lower right. Toning, yellowing, light foxing. Sight 12-3/4"h, 16-3/4"1. 200 - 300
100 CORELLI (Italian, 19th/20th century), pair of landscapes, Bay of Naples at sunset and in moonlight, gouache on paper, signed lower right. Minor yellowing. Sight 6-1/4"h, 8-1/2"w. 200 - 300
101 Grand Tour bronze Winged Victory statue, marked "France" on back. 7"h overall. 150 - 250
102 Grand Tour bronze sphinx on base with hieroglyphic border. 5-1/4"h, 8-3/4"l. 150 - 250
103 18th/19th century polychromed and gilt carved wood cherub head and wings. Repairs. 6-1/2"h, 14-1/2"w. 75 - 150
104 Pair of 18th century carved giltwood candlesticks, foliate form above tripod scroll base, electrified. Some gilt loss and touchups. 23"h. 75 - 125
105 17th century oak armchair with carved detail embellishments, 17th century. Some restorations and replacements. 39-3/4"h, 29-1/2"w, 19-3/4"d. 100 - 200
106 Pair of 18th century Continental carved high backed walnut side chairs, in yellow upholstery; along with additional matching chair in as found condition. Worm damage, losses and repairs. 43"h, 18"w, 15"d. 100 - 200
107 Carved marble head of a young woman, mounted on wood base. Sculpture fragment. 14-1/2"h. 200 - 300
108 JOHN GOULD (British, 1804-1881) and H.C. Richter, pair of hand colored lithographs, to include: "Excalfatoria Chinensis," and "Excalfatoria Minima,", on wove paper, from "Birds of Asia". Minor buckling, toning, and foxing, text bleed. Sight 12-1/2"h, 18-1/2"w, sheets 14-1/2"h, 21-1/2"w. 150 - 200
109 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (American, 1785-1851), "Republican Cliff Swallow", hand colored engraving and aquatint, Havell Edition. Margins trimmed, toning. Plate 19-3/4"h, 12-1/4"w, sheet 26-1/2"h, 18"w. 250 - 350
110 HENDRIK REEKERS (Dutch, 1815-1854), pair still lifes, roses and carnations, watercolor and colored pencil on paper, artist's name inscribed on mat and to verso. Minor toning. Each sheet 17-3/4"h, 13-3/4"w. Provenance: purchased Sotheby's, NY, 1995; previously George Mayer, Paris. 400 - 600
111 JOHANN WILHELM WEINMANN (German, 1683-1741), pair of botanical hand colored engravings, on laid paper. Foxing, minor toning. Sight 13-1/2"h, 8-3/4"w. 150 - 250
112 After ANTHONY VAN DYKE (Flemish, 1599-1641), "Prince Rupert von der Pfalz", miniature watercolor, signed "G. Wagner, Wien" lower right. Small loss center. Sight 6-1/4"h, 3-3/4"w. 200 - 300
113 JEAN BAPTISTE COENE (Belgian, 1805-1850), landscape with waterfall, oil on panel, signed lower right. Minor craquelure, splits to panel with inpaint. Panel 10-3/4"h, 15-1/2"w. 700 - 900
114 Lake view Alps landscape (20th century), oil on board, signed illegibly lower right. Craquelure, dirt and grime, scattered inpaint. Board 23-3/4"h, 31-1/2"w. 150 - 200
115 ALBERT MARQUET (French, 1875-1947), "Le Treport", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled and dated to verso, bears label to verso from Plaza Art Galleries, NY. Minor craquelure, small loss upper left. Canvas 10-3/4"h, 13-3/4"w. 20,000 - 30,000
116 LEO HUBER (Swiss/American, b.1886), pair of landscapes, oil on masonite, signed lower left. Minor craquelure, minor losses around the edges. Board 10"h, 8"w. 200 - 300
117 Oversized Imari porcelain bowl having painted figures and cranes, signed with single blue ring on bottom. Chip to foot and hairline from rim. 4-1/2"h, 18"dia. 150 - 250
118 Set of (9) Chinese export dishes, including (3) bowls and (6) plates, each painted with birds in tree, surrounded by rose garland, unsigned. Rim chips. Approx 9"dia. 150 - 250
119 Group of (5) Chinese export porcelain items: covered two handle bowl (rim chips); (2) bowls, larger 3-1/2"h, 9"dia; and (2) plates with shaped rims (rim chips). 150 - 250
120 Group of (4) armorial porcelain dishes: large center bowl with hand painted ships and courting scenes, signed on bottom, 5"h, 12"dia (repairs); plate with gilt borders and hand painted crest of lion heads (repaired rim chips); and pair of oval plates painted with crests of boars, ribbon reading "Sit Ordo In Omnibus". 150 - 250
121 Chinese export set of (15) porcelain dishes, including (12) plates with shaped rims; and (3) serving platters in graduated size. Some rim chips. Plates 9-1/2"dia, largest platter 15-1/2"l, 12-1/2"w. 200 - 400
122 Chinese rug. Some areas of wear. 9'w, 11'7"l. 150 - 250
123 Large Asian lacquered paper mache box in red paint, with gilt decoration of phoenix and flowers. 16-1/2"h, 19"w, 17"d. 100 - 200
124 Chinoiserie three panel dressing table mirror with relief figures and flowers, each with beveled glass, center panel hinged on sides. Some losses and paint touch-ups. Overall 20"h, 33"w. 75 - 150
125 Georgian walnut chest on chest having a five drawer upper section decorated at top with inlay and a three drawer bottom section on a bracket base. Restorations. 74-1/2"h, 44-3/4"w, 21-3/4"d. 400 - 600
126 Regency mahogany sofa table with rounded drop leaves, two drawers to one side and two false drawers to the other, raised on splayed legs ending on casters. Repairs, losses and wear to surface. 27-1/2"h, 36-1/2"w (closed), 27"d. 250 - 450
127 Georgian burl wood veneered slant front desk with fitted interior over three graduated drawers on bracket base. Some repairs and loss to veneer, base with replacements, later hardware. 38-1/2"h, 33-3/4"w, 19-1/4"d. 400 - 600
128 Two drawer letter holder, hand marked on bottom "Made in England". One drawer lock detached. 14-1/2"h, 12-1/2"w, 7-3/4"d. 50 - 100
129 Set of four pairs (8) English brass candlesticks in varying size, some marked on bases "England, Rd 223580", 19th/20th century. Tallest 10"h. 100 - 200
130 Mahogany tilt top tea table on tripod base. Repairs. 25-1/2"h, 33"dia. 200 - 400
131 Mahogany tea caddy with inlay decoration, two interior compartments. Some minor veneer losses. 4-1/2"h, 8"w, 4-3/4"d. 100 - 200
132 Georgian mahogany tea caddy with inlaid vignettes of flowers, and seashell under lid. Some losses of inlay and veneer, repair to seashell. 5-3/4"h, 8-1/2"w, 5-1/2"d. 100 - 200
133 Metal bucket, hand painted with masted ship portrait, initialed "VR" on back, and bucket with relief mark "NG LTD 1963". 10"h, 12-1/2"dia. Some dents. 150 - 250
134 North Gloustershire metal fire bucket, with painting of soldier, signed "MM", reverse with painted crown and initials "GR IV"; along with two early 19th century fireplace tools. Bucket 18"h. 100 - 200
135 English carved oak hall table, apron with rosette decoration, canted sides and bottom shelf, 17th century. Wear and losses consistent with age. 28-3/4"h, 30-1/4"w, 17-1/2"d. 200 - 400
136 "Robt Burns, Aged 9, Jan 1768" (British School, 18th/19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Relined, craquelure, restorations with inpaint. Canvas 24"h, 20"w. 300 - 500
137 "Rose and Crown" polychrome trade sign, 20th century. Warping and separation to boards. 26-3/4"h, 27"w. 100 - 200
138 Mahogany cheese wheel stand, 19th century. Two feet and two button decoration replaced. 6-1/2"h, 17-1/4"w, 10-3/4"d. 100 - 200
139 English Regency mahogany veneered oval cellaret with fluted top, brass lion head handles, slotted tin lined interior, on shaped reeded legs with casters. Splitting to sides, molding and veneer losses. 26"h, 29-1/2"w, 19-1/2"d. 1,500 - 2,000
140 Pair of Georgian mahogany knife boxes with inlay decoration and slotted interior. In as found condition with splitting, lifting and losses to veneer. 15-1/4"h, 9"w, 11-1/4"d. 300 - 500
141 Mahogany drop leaf dumb waiter having two levels and covered cup finial, 19th century. Repair to base with repinned legs. 47"h, 22"dia(open). 150 - 200
142 Pair of gilt federal pier mirrors having shell and porpoise decoration, late 19th century. Restorations, losses. 58-1/2"h, 31-3/4"w, 5-1/2"d 1,000 - 2,000
143 Small mahogany four level stepped bookshelf. Splits, losses and repairs. 34-3/4"h, 40"w, 8-1/4"d. 100 - 200
144 Pair of diminutive mahogany fern stands each having shaped top, turned and carved tapered hexagonal column and tripod base. Several repairs. 36"h, 9-1/2"w, 9-3/4"d. 200 - 300
145 19th century English mahogany tambour roll top desk having a fitted interior with leather covered pullout writing surface, adjustable reading stand, and three faux drawers, all set over two long drawers, on square tapering legs ending in spade feet. Wear and minor losses, leather distressed, supports for adjustable reading stand damaged. 40"h, 43"w, 28-1/2"d 300 - 500
146 Large 19th century carved pine mantel having central rams head surrounded by foliate decoration, flanked by double fluted columns. Minor repairs and losses, stripped. 64-1/4"h, 103"w, 17-1/2"d. Opening 50"h, 60-1/2"w. 1,500 - 2,000
147 Diminutive English mahogany veneered four drawer chest, 19th century. Veneer with losses, splits and repairs, sun bleached finish especially to top. 30-1/4"h, 25-1/4"w, 18-3/4"d. 150 - 250
148 Le Coultre Atmos brass cased mantel clock, 15 jewels. 9-1/4"h, 8-1/4"w, 6-1/4"d. 300 - 400
149 French brass regulator clock, works marked S. Marti, with beveled glass. 10-3/4"h, 7"w, 5-1/2"d. 100 - 200
150 19th century Russian brass footed samovar having Cyrillic marks and impressed seals. Dents, top rim misshapen. 20"h. 75 - 150
151 Group of (2) 17th century Dutch tobacco boxes: copper and brass box etched with Psalm to lid and bottom, sides with running deer; and brass box etched with suns to lid and "OOSAa" on bottom. Expected wear from age and use. 6-1/2"l. 200 - 300
152 Royal Crown Derby oversize porcelain mug, having hand painted hunting scene of greyhounds and hare, gilt decoration of wheat swag, faint mark to bottom. 5-1/4"h, 4-3/4"dia. 100 - 200
153 Meissen porcelain charger with raised gilt floral border on cobalt blue ground, the center with hand painted flowers, marked on back with crossed swords. 11-1/2"dia. 75 - 150
154 Early Venetian Murano glass set, deep pinch bottle decanter with applied glass rosettes and painted details, having pair of matching cordials. One glass with chip to applied detail, the other with one detail missing. Decanter 11-1/2"h. 75 - 150
155 P. Rigual Art Nouveau polychromed white metal vase with applied decoration of iris and leaves, signed on body. Some surface loss, punctures to bottom, was mounted as lamp. 25"h. 200 - 400
156 Pair of EDWARD T. HURLEY (American, 1869-1950), bronze two-light seahorse candelabra, signed on bottom. 13-1/2"h. 800 - 1,200
157 Tiffany Studios desk lamp, bronze base marked "Tiffany Studios, New York, 569", with bronze shade having pierced decoration with green glass backing. Some scuffs to shade patina. 18"h overall, shade 10"dia. 1,000 - 2,000
158 Group of (2) Tiffany & Co Makers sterling silver round trophy plates: "Rochester Retriever Club", 1953; commemorative plate monogrammed at center and dated 1950 surrounded by various signatures. Larger 12"dia. Total approx weight 42.3 troy oz. 400 - 600
159 Set of (12) Tiffany & Co Makers sterling silver bread plates, monogrammed. 6-1/4"dia. Total approx weight 54 troy oz. 600 - 800
160 Tiffany & Co sterling silver flatware service for six in Olympian pattern, total (72) pieces: sterling handle dinner knives; dinner forks; lunch forks; dessert spoons; salad forks; oyster forks; sterling handle butter knives; soup spoons; teaspoons; (2) pastry forks; (2) sterling handle pastry knives; (3) demitasse spoons; ladle; sterling handle cake server; salad serving fork and spoon with gold wash; (3) serving forks; (2) serving spoons; and sterling handle two piece carving set. Dinner forks 8"l. Total approx weight 127.8 troy oz. 2,000 - 3,000
161 Tiffany and Co. sterling silver set of (14) salts and (12) spoons, (26) pieces total. Salts 1"h, 2"dia. Total approx weight 12.1 troy oz. 200 - 300
162 Tiffany & Co pair of English sterling silver owl shakers, with glass eyes, hallmarked on bottom and back, London, 20th century. 3"h. Total approx weight 7.4 troy oz. 150 - 250
163 Tiffany & Co sterling silver strawberry basket, engraved. 3-1/2"h, 5-1/2"sq. Approx 27.4 troy oz. 250 - 450
164 Very large Tiffany & Co vermeil sterling silver table mirror, beveled oval glass in repousse frame of flowers, having monogram flanked by putti, on scroll feet, signed on stand bracket. 23"h overall, 17"w. 3,000 - 5,000
165 Large sterling silver mounted cut crystal dresser box, hallmarked on back near hinge "C.F.M. Co". Few minor flea bites. 3-1/2/"h, 7-1/2/"dia. 150 - 250
166 Tiger's eye dresser box with hinged lid. 1-3/4"h, 6"w, 4"d. 300 - 500
167 Group of (3) sterling silver personal accessories: Tiffany & Co Makers sewing kit with modeled tassel to lid; French powder shaker with tooled decoration (dents to foot); and sterling mounted double glass perfume bottle, Simons Bros. Tiffany kit 2-3/4"h. 150 - 200
168 Continental 900 silver box with filigree floral decoration to lid and lavender guilloche enamel to all sides, hallmarked on lever "JT". Minor surface wear. 1/2"h, 3-1/8"w, 2"d. Approx 3.5 troy oz. 75 - 125
169 Group of (7) sterling silver guilloche enameled compacts and pill boxes: Austrian compact with yellow enamel and inset floral bouquet to lid, 2-1/4"dia; 935 silver purple box, hallmarked "TF"; English round box with blue lid, Crisford & Norris, Birmingham; English oval box with stars around border, S. Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Chester, 1909; lavender compact, Theodore Foster & Co (light wear to enamel); black enamel compact with inset floral bouquet to lid, unmarked; and Thomae Co round vignette. Total approx weight 9.1 troy oz. 200 - 400
170 English sterling silver and guilloche enamel seven piece dresser set, Clifford Bros, Birmingham, 20th century, including hairbrush, clothing brush, buffer, and (4) bottles and jars. Some minor enamel wear to bottles and jar. Brush 7-1/4"l. 150 - 250
171 Group of (4) sterling mounted vanity accessories with enamel decoration: Mappin & Webb atomizer, London (possible repair to nozzle); cut glass bottle with vertical stripes, French sterling silver screw top lid; French sterling jar with sterling lid; and perfume bottle with sterling hinged lid, hallmarked "MM" (lacking stopper). Some minor flea bites from use. Atomizer 6-1/2" overall. 100 - 200
172 Elaborate silver chatelaine, 900 silver scroll and foliate clip with German hallmarks, having (9) sterling and 800 silver charms, including whistles, snuffs, compacts, and personal tools. Overall 13-1/4"h. Total approx weight 6.3 troy oz. 200 - 300
173 Mario Buccellati, Italian, 800 silver box, having etched snowflakes to lid. 3/4"h, 5"w. Approx weight 7.8 troy oz. 150 - 200
174 Mario Buccellati hammered 800 silver bowl, Italy. 3"h, 7-1/4"w. Approx 9.2 troy oz. 150 - 250
175 Early American silver wax jack with snuffer on chain, unmarked. Base misshapen. 7"h. Approx 8.0 troy oz. 200 - 400
176 Group of (4) silver desk accessories: sterling mounted cut glass inkwell, lid with repousse iris, Wm B Kerr; English sterling mounted cut glass inkwell with filigree wrap, William Comyns & Sons, London, 1899; silverplate inkstand on paw feet, Harrods, London; and three panel sterling mounted glass heat shield, Lebkuecher for Bigelow-Kennard &Co, 16-3/4"w overall. 150 - 200
177 George Adams, London, silver mounted drafting set, having (10) tools, including silver ruler, in silver mounted shagreen covered wood case. Missing one tool, loss to parallel rulers. Overall case 6-3/4"h. 150 - 200
178 Group of (5) sterling mounted flasks and cups: three bottle set with sterling caps, hallmarked with star, in fitted leather travel case; Gorham sterling mounted 1/4 pint glass flask with leather casing and screw top lid; English sterling mounted cut glass flask, hallmarked "NB", London, 1911; Alvin sterling mounted glass flask (lid does not open); and Whiting sterling travel cup in fitted case, 2-3/4"h. Overall light wear from use, some wear to cases. Tallest bottle 7-1/2"h. 150 - 250
179 Silverplate mounted deer hoof smoking stand, engraved and dated 1893. Lacking ash tray. 4"h excluding stand. 150 - 250
180 English sterling silver playing card deck case, William Grey, 1899, having inset glass panels to four sides, encasing chromolithograph playing cards, interior with spring release for two deck card slot. Dent to corner of lid. 4"h, 2-1/2"sq. 150 - 250
181 Group of (2) silver accessories: English silverplate toast rack in Polo theme, hallmarked on bottom (one mallet set loose); and sterling silver handle cork screw and bottle opener as riding boot, R. Blackinton & Co. Toast rack 6"h, 6-1/2"l. 75 - 125
182 English silverplate nautilus chiller, Hukin and Heath, hallmarked on bottom. Plate loss to lid. 6"h. 150 - 200
183 Wang Hing, Chinese silver four piece tea set having intricate repousse decoration of foliate and birds, hallmarked on bottom, to include: teapot; sugar; creamer; and round tray. Teapot with small dent at bottom. Teapot 5-1/4"h, tray 13-1/4"dia. Total approx weight 60.9 troy oz. 1,500 - 2,500
184 Wang Hing Chinese export silver bowl with relief cranes under tree and flowers, hallmarked on bottom. 2-1/2"h, 4"dia. Approx 6.4 troy oz. 300 - 400
185 Group of (6) Chinese export silver salts: round and quatrefoil salts with glass liners, hallmarked "KMS"; Wang Hing footed salt with shaped rim and glass liner; Wang Hing egg shaped shaker on tripod feet, 2"h (one foot slightly bent); and pair of hexagonal salts with foo dog handles, illegibly hallmarked (one missing glass liner). Minor chips to glass liners. Total approx weight excluding glass liners 4.9 troy oz. 300 - 500
186 Group of (14) Russian 875 silver items: set of (8) teaspoons, Moscow, 1892; pair of teaspoons, 1886; single tablespoon, Moscow, 1893; footed dish, 1861, hallmarked "Malcz"; small cup, illegibly hallmarked on bottom; and purse with etched decoration and blue cabochon, 5"w (leather interior worn). Total approx weight 12.9 troy oz. 200 - 300
187 German 800 silver flatware service, Ruckert, total (134) pieces to include: (20) silver handle dinner knives; (18) dinner forks; (18) luncheon knives; (18) luncheon forks; (18) tablespoons; (11) fish forks; (7) silver handle fish knives; (17) teaspoons; pair of olive forks; serving spoon; silver handle carving fork and knife; and pair of silver handle spoons with gold wash in fitted case. 8"l. Total approx weight excluding silver handle pieces 134.4 troy oz. 1,500 - 2,500
188 Set of (4) Georgian Sheffield silverplate candlesticks, having garland decoration around each level, with ram's heads at corners and engraved crest to base. Plate loss, one with repair at shoulder. 11-1/2"h. 200 - 400
189 Pair of Sheffield silverplate covered vegetable dishes assembled with warming stands, lids etched with crest and inscription to banner "Qui Invidet Minor Est", stands etched with crowned lion crest, unmarked, 18/19th century. Some plate loss, warming stands lacking ball feet. Overall 8"h, 14"w. 200 - 400
190 Pair of Christofle silverplate dish covers having finials with pheasants in the round, engraved and beaded borders, marked on rims. Minor dents from use. Approx 7-1/2"h, 10-1/2"dia. 800 - 1,200
191 Christofle silverplate condiment stand having two glass bowls, on ball feet, marked on bottom. Minor ding to one glass bowl. 8"h, 7"w. 100 - 200
192 Pair of Gorham sterling silver Narragansett dishes, oyster shells with barnacles and applied shell feet, hallmarked on bottom. Minor dents, one foot slightly misshapen. 5"l. Total approx weight 4.4 troy oz. 300 - 500
193 Gorham sterling silver pudding spoon in bird's nest pattern, handle having nest with eggs and bird, in fitted silk and leather case. 9"l. Approx 2.1 troy oz. 400 - 500
194 Gorham sterling silver loving cup, engraved to Dr. Charles Briddon of New York Presbyterian Hospital, 1901. 8-3/4"h. Approx 48.9 troy oz. 800 - 1,200
195 Newell Harding & Co coin silver ladle, Boston, Massachusetts, 19th century, in Medallion pattern, having etched ivy decoration, marked "N. Harding & Co., pure coin", engraved "F. to R." 13''l. Approx 7.2 troy oz. 150 - 250
196 English sterling silver footed cake stand with reticulated bowl having flower and fruit decoration, hallmark for William Comyns & Sons, London, 1912, and "For Theodore B. Starr, New York". Repair to one foot, base slightly misshapen. 6"h, 11"dia. Approx 25.3 troy oz. 700 - 900
197 Set of (3) Whiting sterling silver serving items in Louis XV pattern, including ladle, fork and spoon. Serving fork 12"l. Total approx weight 10.9 troy oz. 150 - 250
198 Sterling silver five piece tea set, monogrammed, by Towle Silversmiths, 19th/20th century, to include: teapot, coffee pot, lidded sugar, creamer and waste bowl. Coffee pot 8"h. Total approx weight 111.2 troy oz. 800 - 1,200
199 Early Murano art glass bowl, layered opposing sunburst patterns, unsigned. 3-3/4"h, 12-1/2"w, 9"d. 150 - 200
200 Livio Seguso Murano glass sculpture, egg form with air bubbles, on textured block base, signed on bottom of base. Overall 12"h. 75 - 125
201 CARLO MORETTI (Italian, b. 1934), art glass decanter in olive green with gilt speckle, on applied spiral foot, with matching stopper having shot glass finial, signed near base. 15-1/2"h. 150 - 250
202 CARLO MORETTI (Italian, b. 1934), art glass decanter in cobalt blue with gilt speckle, on applied tripod foot, with matching stopper, marked with sticker on foot. 16-1/2"h. 150 - 250
203 K. Engman for Kosta Boda glass block sculpture of two fish, signed on bottom "Kosta 98407 Engman". 3-1/2"h, 7"w, 1-3/4"d. 100 - 200
204 Seguso art glass covered urn, with Seguso sticker on bottom, unsigned. Rim chips to urn. Overall 15-1/2"h, 12"dia. 200 - 300
205 Mid-Century modern teak wood center tray by Jens Quistgaard for Mutenye Dansk, c.1960, branded manufacturer's mark to underside. 20-1/2"sq. 200 - 300
206 "Strike Zone", two player pinball machine, Williams Electronic Mfg. Corp., Chicago, Illinois, serial 74944. Does not function. 300 - 500
207 PETER MAX (American, b.1937), "Sunset Sail", mixed media on board, signed upper left. Board 11"sq. 800 - 1,200
208 AL HIRSCHFELD (American, 1903-2003), "Jane Fonda", etching, pencil signed and numbered 109/150 at bottom. Minor toning, waving. Plate 10-1/4"h, 8-3/4"w. 150 - 200
209 Joe Columbo table night light in yellow, with secondary interior swivel shade. 7-1/2"h. 100 - 200
210 Charles and Ray Eames mid-century Hang-It-All wall mounted coat rack for Hermann Miller, painted wood balls on metal frame, unmarked. Some paint loss. 15"h, 20"w. 150 - 200
211 CURTIS JERE (American, 1917-2007), perched owls wall sculpture, enamel on metal, signed on largest owl lower right. 12-1/2"h, 41-1/4"w. 300 - 500
212 CURTIS JERE (American, 1910-2008), San Francisco Botanical Garden Greenhouse wall sculpture, mixed metal, signed upper right. 33-1/2"h, 68"w. 100 - 150
213 CURTIS JERE (American, 1910-2008), tree wall sculpture, mixed metal, signed on lowest leaf. 56"h, 30-1/4"w. 100 - 150
214 SILAS SEANDEL (American, b. 1937), mushroom coffee table, round glass top supported by sculptural metal base of mushrooms, signed on bottom. Few scratches and chip to edge of glass top, three losses to base. 15-3/4"h, 32-1/2"dia (glass). 400 - 600
215 COSTANTINO NIVOLA (American, 1911-1988), seated female nude, terracotta, signed to bottom, dated 70, and later numbered "D281" with marker. 3-1/2"h, 5"l, 2-3/4"w. Provenance: gift from Ruth Nivola to present owner. 700 - 800
216 ANTHONY KRIKHAAR (Danish, b.1940), "Sea and Shore", oil on board, monogrammed and dated 88 lower left, signed, titled, and dated to verso. Float mounted, minor craquelure. Board 12"h, 10"w. 200 - 300
217 JEAN-MICHEL CORREIA (French, b.1958), abstract, mixed media on canvas, signed lower right and to verso. Canvas 39-1/2"sq. 1,200 - 1,500
218 Large American mahogany veneered sideboard having two pedestals with drawers and bottom cabinet flanking a bowed front center with drawers and a recessed cabinet, 19th century. Some repairs and losses, top with splits. 52-1/2"h, 79"w, 26-1/2"d. 500 - 600
219 Queen Anne-style mahogany wing chair on cabriole legs. Needs reupholstering, arched crest damaged and loose. 47"h, 30-1/2"w, 28-1/2"d. 75 - 125
220 Pair of brass candlesticks, with blown colorless glass hurricane shades with folded foot. One candlestick with repair to base, hurricanes with minor rim chips. Candlesticks 6"h. Hurricanes 10-1/2"h. 75 - 125
221 Copeland Late Spode English transferware table service, having various landscape decorations in black, total of (114) pieces, to include: (19) dinner plates, 10"dia; (17) lunch plates, 9"dia; (7) salad plates; (8) bread plates; (10) soup bowls (one with small rim chip); (4) two handle coffee cups and (5) saucers; (10) two handle teacups and (8) saucers; (9) demitasse cups and (11) saucers; (2) vegetable dishes; small oval platter; and (2) large platters, 17-1/2"l. 200 - 400
222 American mahogany pembroke table with cross stretchers. Split to top, repairs to stretchers. 29-1/4"h, 18-1/2"w (closed), 31-1/4"d. 75 - 150
223 Small shaped maple four level bookshelf with fretwork detail. Some repairs. 36"h, 26-1/2"w, 8"d. 100 - 200
223AFederal gilt mahogany mantel mirror with brass swing out candle holders. Some repairs and minor losses. 23-3/4"h, 48"w. 150 - 250
224 Pair of salon chairs with double lyre back splat, 19th/20th century. Need to be reupholstered. 34-1/4"h. 75 - 150
225 Empire mahogany veneered marble top table with shaped marble and apron over heart cut out base. Small losses to veneer and chips to marble edge. 27-1/4"h, 32"w, 24-1/2"d. 75 - 150
226 Three panel room divider with landscape block print. Some losses and scuffs. Each panel 60"h, 17-1/2"w. 100 - 150
227 MAURICE KISH (Russian/American, 1895-1987), "The Barn", oil on canvas board, signed lower left, title on label to verso. Minor craquelure, dirt and grime, minor inpaint lower left. Board 12"h, 16"w. 300 - 500
228 ARTHUR HOEBER (American, 1854-1915), hillside with tree, watercolor on paper laid to board, signed lower left. Unframed, toning, mat burn. Sheet 11-3/4"h, 8"w. 300 - 500
229 HIRAM PEOBODY FLAGG (American, 1859-1937), "Autumn", oil on canvas laid to board, signed and dated 1914 lower left, signed, titled, and dated to verso. Dirt and grime. Board 10"h, 8"w. 200 - 300
230 ALICE B. DOUGHTEN (American, 1880-1969), ship builder, oil on canvas board, signed lower right. Board lightly warped. Board 17-3/4"h, 12"w. 400 - 600
231 ADELAIDE LAWSON GAYLOR (American, 1889-1986), "Capri", oil on canvas, signed lower right and lower left, titled to stretcher. Minor surface scratches, small hole upper left, small puncture lower left. Canvas 22-1/4"h, 28"w. 200 - 300
232 ADELAIDE LAWSON GAYLOR (American, 1889-1986), "Sunset", oil on canvas, signed lower left, titled to verso. Unframed, wear and losses to canvas around edges, small hole upper right. Canvas 18"h, 30"w. 200 - 300
233 After FREDERIC S. REMINGTON (American, 1861-1909), "The Bronco Buster", bronze, signed and inscribed Roman Bronze Works on base. 22-3/4"h, 17"l, 10"w. 1,000 - 2,000
234 TOM TALBOT (American, 1936-2009), "Encore", oil on masonite, signed lower left, titled to verso, bears label from Alexander Gallery, NY. Board 8"h, 10"w. 300 - 400
235 ANDRE GISSON (French/American, 1921-2003), fountain in park, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Minor craquelure. Canvas 24"h, 30"w. 1,000 - 1,500
236 ANDRE GISSON (French/American, 1921-2003), still life with flowers, oil on canvas, signed upper left. Canvas 12-1/4"h, 9"w. 400 - 600
237 ANDRE GISSON (French/American, 1921-2003), still life with fruit, oil on canvas, signed upper right. Minor stretcher marks. Canvas 9"h, 12"w. 400 - 600
238 CHARLES LEVIER (French/American, 1920-2004), harbor scene, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Varnish yellowed, minor losses and inpaint. Canvas 20"h, 24"w. 400 - 600
239 FRANCIS REVESZ FERRYMAN (Hungarian/American, 20th century), harbor town, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1949 lower right. Minor dirt and grime. Canvas 28"h, 34"w. 200 - 300
240 GERALD FAIRCLOUGH (American, b.1946), mother and child at the museum, oil on paper, signed and dated 1986 lower right. Waving lightly. Sight 12"h, 17"w. 200 - 300
241 GERALD FAIRCLOUGH (American, b.1946), horseback rider on trail, oil on paper, signed and dated 1986 lower left. Waving lightly. Sight 11"h, 15"w. 200 - 300
242 BENJAMIN D. KOPMAN (Russian/American, 1887-1965), profile of a woman, mixed media on paper, signed and dated '54 lower right. Waving lightly. Sight 15-1/2"h, 12-3/4"w. 300 - 400
243 ABRAHAM BAYLINSON (American, 1882-1950), nude, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1939 lower right, dated to verso. Craquelure, canvas waving lightly, small dent lower left. Canvas 18"h, 12"w. 800 - 1,200
244 ARTHUR B. DAVIES (American, 1862-1928), nude, charcoal and chalk on gray paper laid to board, unsigned. Sight 14"h, 9-1/2"w. Provenance: Castellane Gallery, NY; previously A.B. Davies estate. 150 - 250
245 FRANCISCO MASSERIA (Argentinean, 1927-2002), profile of girl in tears, oil on canvas, signed upper right, signed and dated 1967 to verso. Light dirt and grime. Canvas 20"h, 16"w. 300 - 500
246 FRANCESCO MASSERIA (Argentinean, 1927-2002), portrait of man in hat, oil on canvas, signed lower right, and inscribed "Roma '65" lower left, signed and dated to verso. Canvas 19-1/2"h, 16"w. 300 - 500
247 American mahogany veneered bow front chest with four graduated drawers, remnants of paper makers label in top drawer, "William Si...". Provenance: Florian Papp, New York, N.Y. paper label affixed to back. Several losses and repairs to veneer, portion of base replaced at back. 37-1/2"h, 41"w, 22-1/2"d. 200 - 400
248 Pair of 19th century brass candlesticks with hand blown colorless glass hurricanes with folded rims. One hurricane with flea bites to foot rim. Candlesticks 10"h, hurricanes 14"h. 100 - 200
249 Tiger maple window bench with upholstered drop seat. Repinned at seat. 31-1/2"h, 45"w, 14-3/4"d. 150 - 250
250 Victorian rosewood slotted letter box with inlaid mother of pearl decoration and labels "Answered" and "Unanswered", interior lined with gilt patterned paper. Expected wear from age, small veneer losses and repair to back. 4"h, 9"w, 4"d. 150 - 200
251 Small American country one drawer table with gentle dish edge top, early 19th century. Shows wear from use and age. 26-1/4"h, 24-1/2"w, 21-3/4"d. 100 - 200
252 American country open top pine corner cupboard in cherry stain having three shelves over two cabinet doors, 19th century. Some pieced out repairs to shelves. 81"h, 46"w, 22-1/4"d. 300 - 500
253 Large carved burlwood bowl. 5-1/2"h, 16"w, 11"d. 150 - 250
254 Six gallon stoneware crock, New York Stoneware Co. Fort Edward, NY, with blue painted bird on leaf. Chips. 13-1/2"h, 13-1/2"dia. 300 - 500
255 Group of (2) tole items: waste basket with hand painted landscape, surrounded by gilt grapevine decoration; and two handle tray, stenciled with flower decoration. Both with some dents and wear. Tray 26-1/2"l, 20"w, basket 14-1/4"h. 100 - 200
256 Black lacquered paper mache tray, stenciled with red and gilt flowers, 19th century. Some minor wear and losses. 24-1/2"l, 18"w. 100 - 200
257 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Commerce Street, nos. 39-41", gelatin silver print, numbered 196 in margin top left, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #196, and dated February 2, 1937 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, light wear to edges, minor abrasions. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Greenwich Village) plate 18. 800 - 1,200
258 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "William Goldberg", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #239, and dated May 7, 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, (Greenwich Village) plate 40. 1,000 - 2,000
259 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Drug Store: Whelan's", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #67, and dated February 7, 1936 in ink. 8"h, 10"w. Unframed but matted, light wear to edges and corners, light creasing top right corner. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Middle West Side) plate 30. 800 - 1,200
260 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Oliver Street, nos. 13 1/2-29", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #220, and dated March 30, 1937 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, light wear to edges, minor abrasions lower right. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Lower East Side) plate 17. 600 - 800
261 Fulton fish market (20th century), etching, unsigned. Toning. Plate 11"h, 6-3/4"w. 100 - 150
262 New York harbor at sunset (American School, 20th century), oil on panel, unsigned. Light dust and grime. Panel 8-1/4"h, 9-3/4"w. 150 - 250
263 PETER MASLAKOVS (Long Island, 20th/21st century), "Greenport", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled, signed, and dated 2002 to verso. Canvas 24"h, 30"w. 200 - 400
264 PETER SCHNORE (American, b.1939), "Montauk Fishermen", acrylic on canvas laid to panel, signed lower left, labels to verso with title and artist information. Canvas 9-3/4"h, 14"w. 300 - 500
265 JOSEPH BECKWITH HARTRANFT (American, Long Island, 1890-1982), pair of small landscapes, coastline and harbor, oil on masonite, signed at bottom. Board 5-1/4"sq. 200 - 300
266 Huntington, NY alphabet sampler (early 19th century), by Lavenia Gould. Toning, minor staining. Sight 8-3/4"h, 7-1/4"w. 75 - 125
267 1822 pictorial sampler by Hannah Heaton, depicting flowers, trees, and building, with family initials. Toning, staining. Sight 18-1/2"h, 21"w. 200 - 300
268 Pictorial needlework with fruit basket and squirrel (19th century), unsigned. Toning, tears, losses to right side border. Sight 16-1/4"h, 15-3/4"w. 300 - 400
269 18th century quill-work tea caddy, canted corner case with fine polychrome and gilt quill-work flowers and berries, barber pole inlaid edges, hinged lid, with hand written label under lid. Some quill losses. 5"h, 5"w, 4"d. 200 - 400
270 TERRENCE GRAHAM (American Folk Art, 20th century), "Harvest Basket" theorem on velvet, signed lower left, in original carved polychromed folk art frame, titled to verso. Yellowing to velvet. Sight 15-1/4"h, 19-1/4"w. 300 - 500
271 Portrait of a woman (American School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Unframed, craquelure, minor losses and inpaint. Canvas 23"h, 16-1/2"w. 250 - 450
272 Portrait of young gentleman (19th century), oil on cradled panel, "John S. Copley" inpainted right center. Vertical splits to panel, inpaint, craquelure. Board 21"h, 18"w. 200 - 300
273 Early 19th century German-American miniature folk portrait, "Meine Urgrossmutter", oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, losses with inpaint, stretcher marks. Canvas 5-1/4"h, 4-1/4"w. 250 - 450
274 Small walnut bookcase having two sliding glass doors opening to three shelves, one side with three glass panes, 19th century. Stripped. 36-1/2"h, 49-1/2"w, 12-1/2"d. 100 - 200
275 English pine two drawer sideboard, 19th century. Stripped, wear from use, back legs pieced. 30-1/4h", 66"w, 18"d. 100 - 200
276 Painted country settee with rush seat, in floral decorated mustard yellow having top back slats with oval figural scenes flanked by birds. Paint distressed, armrests repaired. 44-1/2"h, 61-1/4"w, 21-1/2"d. 200 - 400
277 Large 19th century work bench having two wood vises with dovetail joints, tool slots and sunken trayed back, set on mortise and tenon base. Well used. 31-3/4"h, 87"w, 34-1/2"d. 800 - 1,200
278 Pair of 19th century mirror back barn sconces. Some rust, one with cracks and small losses. 12"dia. 75 - 150
279 Set of (4) Old Hickory side chairs with open cane weave seat and back, each with "Genuine Old Hickory" label. 35-1/2"h. 300 - 400
280 Rattan patio set (7) in pale green, 19th/20th century, to include: settee; two small side tables; club armchair; canted corner game table; and a pair of armchairs. Loss of reed to club chair and settee, table with splitting and lifting of top. Table 24-1/4"h, 24-1/2"sq. Settee 35-1/4"h, 47-1/2"w, 34"d. 400 - 600
281 Large art pottery two handled vase in drip glaze and relief band of decoration around shoulder, unmarked. Surface scuffing. 20"h. 150 - 250
283 Cast iron marble top side table with gilt highlights, 19th/20th century. Small chips to marble edge. 22-1/4"h, 25"w, 13"d. 100 - 150
284 Group of (2) bronze sundials, larger inscribed "HBP, Fecit 1743, Salem" with crown; smaller marked "1705, Bright Hours". Larger 9-1/2"sq. 100 - 200
285 Small full bodied eagle weathervane, gilt copper eagle with zinc head, perched with spread wings on ball above arrow and directionals. Some gilt loss, arrow lacking feathers. Eagle 11"h, wingspan 18"w. 200 - 400
286 Cast iron school bell, unmarked. Bell 5-1/2"h, 9"dia. 100 - 200
287 Cast iron boot scrape in tray base, unmarked. 5"h, 11-1/2"l. 50 - 100
288 Three piece Victorian cast iron garden set in fern pattern having a settee and two armchairs. Chairs with repairs and one leg broken. 35-1/4"h, 58"w, 22-3/4"d. 800 - 1,200
289 Pair of cast aluminum alloy garden armchairs in fern pattern. 29-1/2"h, 22-1/4"w, 21"d. 100 - 200
290 Wrought iron patio table with metal grill top. Small loss to top grillwork. 28-1/4"h, 36"w, 21-1/4"d. 50 - 100
291 Three level demilune wirework plant stand with tin pan bottoms. Some misshaping. 36"h, 52-1/2"w, 26-1/2"d. 75 - 150
292 American Victorian cast iron garden bench by John McLean, New York, in grape pattern. 30-3/4"h, 35"w, 22"d. 100 - 200
293 Set of (2) wrought iron patio glass top tables with ivy leaf decoration. Some loss to leaf decoration, rust. Larger 29-1/2"h, 48-1/2"w, 28-1/2"d. 100 - 200
294 Iron folding patio armchair with rose decorated center medallions. Surface rust. 37-1/4"h, 23-1/2"w, 24-1/2"d. 75 - 125
295 Wrought iron patio bench with wirework sides. Lacking cushion. 27-3/4"h, 46-1/4"w, 14-1/4"d. 75 - 125
296 Wrought iron glass top patio dining table. 29-1/4"h, 60-1/2"w, 32-3/4"d. 100 - 200
297 Group of (3) wirework garden items, to include: oblong plant stand, single pot stand, and small tuteur with finial. Larger plant stand 32-1/2"h, 35-1/2"w, 13"d. 75 - 125
298 Set of (3) cast concrete figural fountains of putti holding ovoid jar. Weathered. 19-1/2"h. 150 - 200
299 Group of (3) cast iron garden urns, 20th century. Tallest 22-1/2"h. 100 - 200
300 Set of two wrought iron plant stands with textured cast cement bowls, 20th century. Taller 62"h. 75 - 150
301 Three piece cast aluminum alloy garden set, 20th century. Settee 33-1/2"h, 42-1/2"w, 23-3/4"d. 100 - 200
302 Pair of contemporary wrought iron swivel bar stools with ivy decoration in white crackle paint. 49"h. 75 - 125
303 Cast concrete figural garden statue of girl in bonnet. Repairs. 25"h. 50 - 75

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