SOUTH BAY AUCTIONS, INC.

FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION
Saturday, June 24th, 2017
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LotPictureDescriptionEstimate
1 Ruger M 77/22 Bolt Action Rifle in 22 L.R.. The barrel measures 20" with open sights and scope mounts. The walnut stock has a checkered pistol grip with cap and solid butt plate. In excellent overall condition. #700-20658 200 - 300
2 Ruger 10/22 Carbine 22 cal. The barrel measures 18-1/2" with walnut stock and metal butt plate. Overall very good condition. #110-37170 100 - 150
3 Custom Mauser BRNO by Piscitelli's Hamden, CT in 25-06, with Nikon scope. The tapered "MEC J5L3" barrel measures 26" and marked 25-06. The stock is finely shaped with large roll over cheek piece, rosewood forearm and pistol grip caps, and recoil pad. The Jaeger trigger is adjustable. A fine custom rifle in a very fast cartridge. #175L3 500 - 700
4 Ceskoslovenska/A.S.BRNO Model 98 dou 45. The barrel measures 24" with bright bore, adjustable rear sight and bayonet lug. The stock is laminated with metal butt plate and marked TA 431. Overall very good condition. #903K 300 - 400
5 Remington M700 in 7mm Rem. Mag. with Nikon 3x9 scope. The satin finish tapered barrel measures 26". The synthetic stock has a recoil pad and web sling. This is an all around go anywhere hunting set up in a powerful big game cartridge. #66552174 400 - 600
6 Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action rifle in 32W. The octagon barrel measures 24" with full length round magazine. Top of frame is marked Marlin Safety. The walnut straight stock ends in a crescent butt plate and forearm cap. Case color still remains but darkened. Comes with a tang mounted Lymann rear peep sight and blade type front sight. Overall very good plus condition with bright bore. #129322 500 - 700
7 Cimarron F.A. MFG Co. Texas reproduction model 1873 Winchester Long Range Rifle. The octagon barrel measures 30" with full length magazine. The frame is case colored with tang mounted peep sight. The stock has a pistol grip with cut checkering and crescent butt plate. The checkered forearm has a blued end cap. Appears to be the high grade model with fine detail to the finish. As new, built in Italy, a very fine high grade rifle. CAI 5990 800 - 1,000
8 KBI Inc. Harrisburg, PA, built by "Baikal" Russia Couch Gun SxS 12g. Most likely used for "cowboy action" events. The barrels measure 18-3/8". The receiver is marked 1ZH 43 with light bird engraving. The pistol grip and beaver tail forearm have cut checkering and a Baikal solid butt plate. In very good to excellent condition. #9310907 250 - 350
9 Remington M870 with Buck barrel 12g. The Buck barrel measures 20", with a smooth bore and sights. The stock has a pistol grip with end cap and Remington recoil pad. The forearm has checkering with a fleur de lis pattern. A few handling marks to the stock, otherwise very good overall condition. #1281451V 125 - 175
10 Beretta Silver Pigeon S with exquisite well figured wood in 20g. 3" & 2-3/4". The barrels measure 28", with Beretta screw in chokes MOD, IM, and (2) Carlson extended skeet tubes. This gun has ejectors, single selective trigger, and wood similar to the EELL models. This is not to be confused with a 686 Silver Pigeon, the S model was a higher grade with finer detail. The LOP is 14-5/8, 14 to end of the wood. The gun is in excellent overall condition. #U66552B 1,500 - 2,500
11 Parker DHE 1-1/2 Frame 12g. The barrels measure 28" and marked "Titanic Steel" and choked IC/MOD. The receiver is fully engraved in D pattern with 3/4 case colors, with double triggers, and ejectors. The straight English stock is in very good condition with strong checkering and with a 14" L.O.P. ending in a Skeleton butt plate. A classic Parker DHE. In overall very good condition. #172147 2,000 - 4,000
12 Greifelt & Co. SUHL marked Von Lengerke & Detmold of NY 12g. 2-5/8" O/U. The solid rib barrels measure 26". Choked +- IC/IM. The fully engraved crescent receiver shows waterfowl, floral, and scroll decoration. Action has a crossbolt, ejectors, and double triggers. All metal surfaces are engraved with a gold filled safety. The figured walnut stock has a round knob grip with solid red pad and three piece forearm. The L.O.P. is 15-3/8". The stock appears refinished. The forearm has a small hairline from the receiver to the checkering. The bluing and case colors are excellent. A very high quality German shotgun. #30845 2,000 - 3,000
13 Felix Sarasqueta sold by Universal Sporting Goods Model 7912 O/U 12g. The vent rib barrels measure 28" with ejectors. Chokes MOD/FULL. The receiver has gold inlaid side plates with full scroll engraving and mechanical single selective trigger. The stock has a pistol grip with end cap and recoil pad to 14-3/8 L.O.P. The narrow forearm is checkered and the metal is engraved. In overall excellent condition. #B7893 600 - 1,000
14 Winchester "Speed Pump" M1300 in 2-3/4" & 3". The vent rib barrel measures 24" with WIN choke tube IMP/CYL. The straight grip stock has cut checkering and a solid Winchester pad. The forearm is a narrow cigar shape with cut checkering. Overall condition is excellent as-new. #L3610872 200 - 300
15 LLOYD R. JONES (American, 1890-1934), reeling in the catch, watercolor, signed lower right. Matted but unframed, toning. Sheet 13-1/2"h, 21-1/4"w. 200 - 300
16 DIMITRI ROMANOVSKY (Russian/American, 1887-1971), fly fishing, oil on canvas, signed lower right, inscribed on verso. Unframed, tear center left, wear to edges. Canvas 24"h, 20-1/4"w. 500 - 700
17 Custom Big Game Rod & Reel. The rod appears to be on a Shakespeare blank and marked "Ron Swabb" to AFTCO roller guides and metal butt. The reel is a 3/0 H Special Senator. In excellent condition. 75 - 100
18 Wicker trout creel, with leather and metal latch strap as fish. Wear from use. 8"h, 13-3/4"w, 8"d. 50 - 75
19 Suffolk County Beagle Club double-sided polychromed hanging wood sign. Surface wear, split on top of arrow, minor losses around edges. 33-1/2"h, 30-1/2"w. 150 - 250
20 Group of (9) game calls, to include: "Scotch Duck Call" in original box, model no. 1401; "Alaskan Deer Call" Western Call and Decoy Co. in original box; "Champion Calls Faulk's" in original box, no. Q-20; "Dixie Mallard Call" Chick Majors; "Art Beauchamp" World's Champion, Flint, Michigan; "Duck Commander"; "Southern Game Call"; turned wood game call, unmarked; handmade horn whistle, unmarked. 100 - 200
21 Pair of Wildfowler Quogue Widgeon, both with Quogue brands. They both show some in use wear, but still a rare species. 150 - 250
22 Verity Family Flatty Shorebird. The eyes are carved and the bill is replaced. Paint appears original with light in use wear. 75 - 125
23 Cast iron duck wing weight, painted as a mallard. 5"h, 13"l, 5-3/4"w. 50 - 100
24 Group of (4) Hollow Body Ducks attributed to P.J. Topping, Bridgehampton, NY. The bodies are carved then hollowed using a brace and bit. The bottom board remains flat on the sides which do not maintain the curve of the body. The ballast weights are a swing design with leather line tie. The birds have a coat of working over paint. 300 - 400
25 Drake Canvasback in the style of Madison Mitchell. The neck is cracked, with some overpaint to the body. A large X is on the bottom. 75 - 125
26 Group of (2) decoys, to include: Black Duck with cork body, glass eyes, and plywood bottom, in the style of McCormick; and Wildfowler Babylon, NY Drake Canvasback, with hollow cedar body, in original paint, with glass eyes and Wildfowler stamp. 75 - 125
27 Pair of mounted roebuck antlers on heart shaped wood plaques. Overall 9"h. 75 - 150
27AGroup of (2) Martindale machetes, Birmingham, England, "No. 175" and "No. 175H" with wire wrapped mahogany handles with inlay decoration. One blade tip straightened, minor loss of inlay. Each 32-1/2"l overall, blade 26-1/4"l. 100 - 200
28 Group of (2) longbows, to include: one stamped L.E. Stemmler, Manorville, NY, #25; and one labeled Woodcraft Equipment Co., Independence, MO., also labeled "'Midge' Ketcham", fabric cover inscribed "Midge Allison Ketcham". Minor wear. Stemmler 62-1/2"l, Woodcraft 64-1/4"l. 75 - 150
28ACavalry sword with shagreen wrapped handle, 19th century. Blade 30-1/2"l. 200 - 300
29 Civil War era copper and brass black powder flask with dispenser cap, having raised shell design, stamped for American Flask & Cap Co., Conn. Wear from age and use, minor dents, lacking internal spring for dispenser. 8-1/4"l overall. 150 - 200
30 Group of (8) CDV's of Civil War officers, includes two collage cards of (12) officers, one individual card identifies sitter as James Fisk Jr., (4) cards labeled Charles D. Fredricks & Co., New York. Toning, minor surface soiling. Largest 4-1/4"h, 2-1/2"w. Provenance: Stony Brook, Long Island, N.Y. estate. 200 - 300
31 Civil War Lieutenant Colonel John J. Elwell group of (2) items: large plaster relief painted gold, (surface losses) 26-1/2"dia.; and painted pine foot locker trunk with stencil lettering "Lt. Col. J.J. Elwell, Q.M.D., U.S.A.", 21-3/4"h, 40"w, 23"d. Note: Lieutenant Colonel John J. Elwell (1820-1900) was a Union Army Officer and known for his relationship with Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross and volunteer in the Civil War. 200 - 400
32 American folk art painting(19th century) after "The Soldier's Dream of Home" by Currier & Ives, oil on board, unsigned, in ornate gilt wood frame encased in shadow box. Board lightly warped, minor foxing. Board 16"h, 20-1/4"w, Shadow box 24"h, 28"w. 200 - 400
33 American Folk Art portrait of soldier (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Patched repairs, craquelure with minor flaking, inpaint. Canvas 27"h, 22-1/4"w. 300 - 500
34 JULES EDOUARD ROINE (American 1857-1916), Abraham Lincoln bust in profile, bronze plaque mounted on oak board, signed "J.E. Roine", marked Gorham Co. on back of board and on hanger. Some scuffing to surface. Plaque 7"dia., board 11-1/2"h, 9"w. 300 - 500
35 1865 Abraham Lincoln Emancipation of Slavery bronze medal by Hugues Bovy. 60mm dia. 150 - 250
36 Lincoln bronze mourning medal, by W.H. Key, dated 1865. 50mm dia. 250 - 450
37 Group of (6) silver Abraham Lincoln medals: .999 silver presidential medal designed by Ralph Menconi, The Medallic Art Co., N.Y., # 1357, 32mm dia; sterling memorial medal, Schwaab, Milwaukee, created to fund the Lincoln Memorial Homeschool and Zoo, approximately 35mm dia; sterling medal from the 1965 CSNS convention, reverse with Civil War events listed, 40mm sq.; sterling 1971 Town of Lincoln Rhode Island centennial medal, 35mm dia.; sterling 1920 Lincoln Memorial Essay Competition medal, 34mm dia; and sterling Gettysburg Address medal, marked sterling, 39mm dia. 300 - 400
38 .999 silver Victor David Brenner commemorative medal by The Metal Arts Co., Rochester N.Y., high relief depicting Mercury with reverse having log cabin and busts of "Abraham and Victor", #582. 76mm dia., 6.7 troy oz. 150 - 250
39 1927 gold Lincoln token by Thomas Elder. 15mm dia., 2.4g. 100 - 200
40 Group of (2) silver Lincoln coins: 1882 Lincoln and Garfield Martyred medal, 19mm dia; and 1918 Illinois Commemorative Half Dollar, 31mm dia. 150 - 250
41 Group of (3) Lincoln bronze medals: 1865 oval morning medal by Hugues Bovy, "Martyr to Liberty " on reverse; 1906 Golden Jubilee Convention of the National Republican League, reverse with the Musical Fund Hall in Philadelphia, 38mm dia; Civil War Army Campaign medal with relief bust of Lincoln with quote, reverse "Civil War 1861-1865", rim marked "M No. 6134", 33mm dia. 200 - 400
42 Large group (9) Lincoln bronze medals by Metallic Art Co., New York: 1909 Jules Edouard Roine Centennial, 32mm dia; 1954 Republican Centennial, 64mm dia; 1971 Victor Davis Brenner Centennial, 64mm h, 48mm w; 1965 Ralph J. Menconi "Devotional Service", 70mm dia; Charles Calverley, 69mm dia; 1970 Charles Calverley Lincoln Heritage Trail, 39mm dia; 1963 Anthony de Francisci Hall of Fame, 44mm dia; Ralph Menconi, 33mm dia; and National Park Society, 33mm dia. 250 - 450
43 Group of (5) Lincoln medals: 1909 Centennial Celebration, silvered, "The Whitehead & Hoag Co.", 51mm dia; 1909 Centennial looped pendant, silvered, "The W&H Co.", 25mm dia; 1909 Pittsfield, Mass. "Lincoln Day" Centennial looped pendant, silvered, "The W&H Co.", split from edge, 25mm dia; 1860 Campaign Token, "The Rail Splitter of the West", worn, 28mm dia; 1909 Lincoln Essay Award by Public Ledger to Herman Silverman, made by J.E. Caldwell & Co., 34mm dia. 150 - 250
44 Group of (4) Lincoln medals: 1909 Grand Army of the Republic Centennial, "Copyright Davison's Sons Phila.", 76mm dia; 1909 Bela Lyon Pratt Centennial, bronze, monogram for Whitehead Hoag & Co., 41mm dia; 1909 Bela Lyon Pratt Centennial, looped, silvered, marked "W.H.Co", 25mm dia; Gettysburg Address commemorative with profile right and entire Address on reverse, silvered, Diane Studios, Bela Cynwyd, PA, 36.5mm dia. 150 - 250
45 18th century New York ledger of loans made to many accounts, to include the following names: Benjamin Hicks, Barnum, Prat, Lansing, John Young, Samuel Adams, Samuel Dulittle, John Adams, John Quackenbos, Joseph Brewster, Abraham and Jacob Degaremo, Abraham Gardiner, etc. Top board detached, lacking spine cover, few loose pages, some foxing and staining to pages. 19"l, 7-1/2"w, 3"d. 300 - 400
46 Long Island wood document box, 19th century, with metal latch, inscribed to inside of lid "John H. Kershaw, Manhasset, L Island". Craquelure, surface wear, loss to front bottom edge. 6-3/4"h, 14-3/4"w, 11-1/2"d (excluding latch). 150 - 250
47 HENRY KURT STOESSEL (American, 1909-1984), group of (9) illustrations depicting Colonial-era New York, created for The Hudson Historical Bureau, gouache on board, all but one signed, (5) bear labels to verso from their direct sale to the National City Bank of New York, copyright 1933. Boards approx. 12"h, 27"w. Unframed, wear to edges of boards. 400 - 600
48 Group of (2) early enlarged photographs of "New Shoreham" and "Conanicut" ferry boats, unsigned. Lacking glass, laid to board, toning, staining, minor surface abrasions. Boards 18"h, 25"w. 150 - 250
49 Carved wood relic stand made from a stairway spindle, inscribed on bottom "...from S.S. Leviathan". Overall 24"h. 100 - 200
50 19th century painted sea captains chest with rope handles and canvas covered top. Canvas torn at corner, wear to paint, missing till lid. 16-1/4"h, 34-1/4"w, 18"d. 100 - 200
51 John Bliss & Co. ships log, to include: white porcelain face log with three enclosed dials, marked "311" on bottom and 'fish' with attached cord, fins stamped "John Bliss & co.". Wear from use. Log 9-3/4"h, 2-1/4"w. 100 - 200
52 Pair of brass ships lanterns, by Holder Stroud, Sydney, 1941. Minor dents and wear from use. 16"h. 150 - 200
53 GEORGE MARTIN OTTINGER (American, 1833-1917), group of (3) arctic marine studies, grisaille ink and wash on paper, one signed and one monogrammed. Toning. Largest sight 8-1/2"h, 13"w. 200 - 400
54 Ships in battle (19th century), miniature pencil and wash, heightened with white, unsigned. Laid to board, repaired tear upper right side. Sight 3-3/4"h, 5-1/2"w. 150 - 200
55 MILES BIRKET FOSTER (British, 1825-1899), "Longfellow - Building of the Ship", pencil and wash, heightened with white, titled lower right, bears Davis Galleries NY label to verso with artist and title. Toning. Sight 3-3/4"h, 4-1/4"w. 150 - 200
56 "Jamestown" harbor (19th century), oil on panel, signed illegibly and titled lower left, inscribed "E. Baker Jamestown" to verso. Unframed, minor wear to edges. 3-3/4"h, 7-1/2"w. 100 - 150
57 Village courtyard with figures (Italian School, Old Master), grisaille watercolor, unsigned. Minor foxing and staining. Image 6-1/4"h, 8-3/4"w. 150 - 250
58 Large cast iron shield shaped plaque, relief decorated with Renaissance style scenes. 22-1/2"dia. 150 - 200
59 Group of (2) brass alms plates having relief portraits of Giovanni Contarini and Pietro D Tribuno, surrounded by four figures. Approx. 16-1/2"dia. 150 - 250
60 Pair of grisaille classical scenes in hand painted frames (early 20th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, surface abrasions, patched repairs and tears, scattered inpaint. Canvas 22-1/2"h, 30"w. 400 - 600
61 Grand Tour relief wood carving of Lion of Lucerne. Minor wear. 7-1/2"h, 8-3/4"w. 150 - 200
62 Continental 18th/19th century, large carved, gilt and gesso lock escutcheon depicting figure with attributes. Small losses. 10-3/4"h, 8-1/2"w. 150 - 200
63 Group of (2) small oval icons, tempera and gilt on wood panel with velvet cases, 18th/19th century. Craquelure, minor losses, velvet worn. Larger 5"h, 3-1/2"w. 200 - 300
64 Russian Icon depicting St. Seraphim of Sarov, tempera and gilt on panel. Split, losses, craquelure. 8-3/4"h, 7"w, 3/4"d. 500 - 700
65 19th/20 century Icon depicting saint holding book, church, and banner, oil on panel, unsigned. Craquelure, losses along bottom. 10-1/4"h, 7-1/2"w. 200 - 300
66 Continental hanging corner cabinet with polychromed rounded doors depicting figures in courtyard scene, 19th century. Surface with some losses and flaking. 36-1/4"h, 23-1/4"w, 16-1/4"d. 150 - 250
67 Still life with peaches, grapes and berries (Continental School, 18th/19th century), oil on panel, unsigned, partial Amsterdam gallery label to verso. Repaired split to board, light scattered inpaint, fine craquelure, few light accretions. Panel 18-3/4"h, 15"w. 400 - 600
68 Landscape with figures (Continental School, 18th/19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. As found, relined, flaking with losses, craquelure, inpaint. Canvas 20"h, 25-1/2"w. 200 - 300
69 ANTON BRAITH (German, 1836-1905), cows with shepherd, pencil drawing on paper, pencil signed and dated 94 lower right. Laid to matting, toning, foxing and water damage to matting. Image 5-1/2"h, 4-1/2"w. 200 - 300
70 Rooftops (Continental School, 19th century), small oil on panel, unsigned. Minor surface abrasions, dirt and grime. 4-1/2"h, 5-1/2"w 75 - 125
71 After ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT (German, 1769-1859), "Le Chimborazo vu Depuis le Plateau de Tapia", hand colored engraving and aquatint, from "Vues des Cordilleres, et Monuments des Peuples Indigenes de l'Amerique". Minor foxing, toning, center crease. Image 15-3/4"h, 24"w, sheet 22"h, 31"w. 150 - 250
72 SALVATORE PETRUOLO (Italian, 1857-1946), "Naples", watercolor, signed, titled, and dated 1908 lower left. Toning, mat burn. Sight 13-1/2"h, 21"w. 500 - 700
73 MICHELLE CAPUANO (Italian, 19th century), Naples street scene, watercolor, signed lower right. Minor toning. Sight 8-3/4"h, 12-1/4"w. 150 - 200
74 LUIGI OLIVETTI (Italian, 1856-1941), group of (2) watercolors, to include: girl carrying water and boy carrying flowering branch, both signed and dated at bottom. Girl unframed. Sheets 21-1/4"h, 14-1/2"w. 800 - 1,200
75 ROBERTO GIGLI (Italian, 1846-1922), two figures on road, watercolor, signed lower right. Foxing in sky. Sheet 17-1/4"h, 11-1/2"w. 200 - 400
76 Amalfi coastline (19th/20th century), gouache on paper, signed "F. Anivitti" lower left. Light toning and discoloring to edges. Sheet 15"h, 10-1/4"w. 200 - 300
77 MILAN V. PETROVIC (American, 1893-1978), Venice, watercolor on board, signed and dated illegibly lower left. Minor foxing. Board 22"h, 30"w. 200 - 300
78 REGINALD BARRATT (British, 1861-1917), Venice, watercolor, signed and dated 1912 lower left. Foxing, light toning. Sight 20-1/2"h, 12-1/2"w. 250 - 400
79 DOMENICO PENNACHINI (Italian, 1860-1910), courtyard with young woman at spinning wheel, watercolor on paper, signed and dated "Roma 1882" lower left. Toning, acid burn. Sheet 29-3/4"h, 22"w. 400 - 600
80 HERMANN OTTOMAR HERZOG (German/American, 1832-1932), Alps, black and white chalk, signed and dated 69 lower right. Matted but unframed, toning, minor stains and foxing, surface scratch upper right. Sheet 20-1/4"h, 15-1/2"w. 300 - 500
81 KNUT E. LINDGREN (Swedish, 20th century), landscape with water view, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, dents to canvas, minor surface scratches, dirt and grime. Canvas 25-3/4"h, 27-1/2"w. 300 - 400
82 VIKTOR OLGYAI (Hungarian, 1870-1929), winter landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, dirt and grime, patched repair. Canvas 23"h, 31"w. 200 - 400
83 Franz HECKENDORF (German, 1888-1962), "Ragusa", gouache, signed, titled, and dated 23 lower right. Tear lower left, minor buckling. Sight 10-1/4"h, 14-1/4"w. 300 - 500
84 Little girl with caught stocking in coastal landscape (Continental School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Relined, craquelure, surface heat treated, minor losses, inpaint. Canvas 12"h, 9-3/4"w. 200 - 400
85 Gypsy woman (Continental School, early 20th century), oil on canvas, signed lower left. Scattered inpaint, craquelure. Canvas 34"h, 27-1/2"w. 200 - 400
86 PAUL PASCAL (French/American, 1832-1903), shepherds at sunset, gouache on board, signed and dated 1900 lower left. Minor waving and toning. Board 13"h, 19"w. 250 - 350
87 JOHANNES SCHIEFER (Dutch/American, 1896-1979), "Vue la Petite Chappel, de Cagnes sur Mer, France", oil on masonite, signed lower left, titled upper right. Minor dirt and grime. Board 8"h, 10"w. 200 - 300
88 JEAN LEPORT (French, 20th century), "Pont Neuf", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled lower left. Minor dent upper right. Canvas 13"h, 16-1/4"w. 200 - 400
89 THEODORE FORT (French, 1810-1896), horses, watercolor, signed lower left. Toning. Sight 8-1/2"h, 13"w. 100 - 150
90 H. PASQUIER (French, 19th/20th century), dance hall, pastel, signed lower right. Small tear upper right. Sight 13-1/2"h, 16-1/2"w. 300 - 500
91 Carved mahogany chaise lounge in blue upholstery. 33-1/2"h, 73-1/2"w, 28"d. 75 - 150
92 English 19th century oak one drawer table. Some restorations. 28"h, 30"w, 19-1/2"d. 150 - 250
93 Diminutive English oak slant front desk, opening to a fitted interior, over four graduated drawers. Age cracks, losses to molding, minor repairs. 40-1/2"h, 30"w, 18-1/2"d. 300 - 400
94 H. LLOYD (British School, 19th century), "Warwick Castle", watercolor, signed lower right, titled to verso. Unframed, foxing, toning. Sheet 9-1/4"h, 14-1/4"w. 150 - 250
95 MARY SOMERVILLE ELWES (British, 1879-1961), group of (2) watercolors, to include: "Polish Tower and Water Lily" and garden landscape, both signed at bottom. Toning, light mat burn. Sight 13-1/4"h, 9-1/4"w. 150 - 250
96 CHARLES WALTER SIMPSON (British, 1885-1971), horse race, gouache on paper laid to board, signed lower right. Adhesive residue around edges, scattered losses with flaking, light damp staining. Sight 20-1/4"h, 28-3/4"w. 400 - 600
97 JOHN FREDERICK HERRING Sr. (British, 1795-1865), "The Brighton-London Coach on the Open Road", watercolor with gouache and gold, signed and dated 1831 lower left, Sotheby's labels to verso. Minor mat burn, toning, foxing. Sight 13-1/2"h, 18"w. Provenance: Arthur Ackerman & Son, NY; formerly in the Estate of George Headley III. 300 - 500
98 Limoges enamel on copper plaque with two cavaliers outside tavern, monogrammed FC lower left, monogrammed "Ed L" and inscribed "L'apres Meissonier" lower right. Dirt and grime. Plaque 6-1/2"h, 5"w. 200 - 300
99 Dutch girl (Continental School, 19th/20th century), bronze, signed on base, on marble base. Rake slightly bent. 8-3/4"h. 150 - 250
100 Austrian bronze depicting blacksmith, marked "Austria". Repair to shoulder seam. 7-3/4"h excluding wood base. 150 - 250
101 DAVID BACKHOUSE (British, b.1941), nude torso, bronze, signed and numbered "13". Light wear and surface accretions. 6"h, 14"l, 7-1/2"d. 800 - 1,200
102 Bust of African man, bronze, inscribed "Moussa Bemlssr, Neer 1880", mounted on marble base. 8-1/2"h excluding base. 150 - 250
103 Japanese bronze hawk (late 19th century), signed "Takaharu" on belly. Loss to one foot and repairs to legs, on newer base. 6-1/4"h. 600 - 800
104 Japanese articulated copper crayfish, signed on bottom, 11-1/2"l (loss to one antenna); along with mixed metal insect sculpture, unmarked, 5"l. 200 - 300
105 Pair of bronze covered urns with bacchus and goat finials over cylinder body decorated with grapevines and bacchanal scenes with goat heads as handles. One lid rim slightly misshapen and possible repairs to one. 12-1/2" overall. 250 - 450
106 Pair of bronze covered urns with lids converting to candlestick holders having vine decoration on body flanked with anthropomorphic faces over marble base, separated by bronze frieze with putti and animal scenes. Lids with minor dents. 10-1/2"h. 250 - 450
107 After AUGUSTE MOREAU, pair of two light figural metal candelabra in green patina, Paris foundry stamp. Wear to patina, switches removed. 10-3/4"h. 150 - 250
108 HELGE CHRISTOFFERSON (Danish, 1925-1965), nude with scarf and shawl, partially glazed earthenware, monogrammed to bottom and signed to back of base. Possible repair to neck. 19-3/4"h. 150 - 250
109 Pair of polychrome iron boudoir lamps with glass shades decorated with parrots, unmarked. Minor chips to glass rims, minor loss to bottom rim of one base. 12"h overall. 150 - 250
110 Weller, LaSa vase decorated with palm tree landscape, unsigned. Minor surface wear. 6-1/4"h. 100 - 200
111 Set of (14) Christian Dior ebony glasses, to include: (12) wine glasses and (2) water goblets. Two fleabites, minor wear to gilding. Largest 8-1/4"h, 3-1/2"dia. 600 - 800
112 Set of (26) Baccarat glasses, to include: (15) highball glasses, stamped on bottom, (5-1/2"h) and (11) tumblers, stamped to bottom (4-1/8"h). 400 - 600
113 Set of (23) Baccarat glasses to include: (10) white wine, two with flea bites; (7) red wine, 6-3/8"h; and (6) cordial, one with flea bite. 300 - 500
114 Continental grape motif claret jug with ornate grape vine silver plate spout and handle on etched crystal decanter body. Minor nicks to star cut bottom. 11-3/4"h. 250 - 450
115 Gorham group of (2) sterling table items: crystal jam jar and spoon having a molded glass body with pineapple form top and finial, spoon with pineapple finial, 5-1/2"h; and a square calling card tray having applied detail to border, monogrammed. Total sterling weight 8.6 troy oz. 150 - 250
116 Set of (4) Pairpoint silver-plate candlesticks, stamped Pairpoint Mfg. Co., New Bedford Mass., quadruple plate, patent #6125. Some wear. 9"h. 150 - 250
117 Group of (9) silver tablespoons, to include: (4) American coin silver tablespoons, by Pelletreau & Richards, marked "W.S.P.", two with wheat sheaf to handles, two plain fiddle pattern, approx. 9"l; one spoon by Edward Benjamin, Connecticut; one spoon marked "P. Sayre"; and two by Wood & Hughes, New York; one spoon marked "J. Herrick". All monogrammed, two Pelletreau spoons slightly bent, overall wear. Each approx. 9"l. Total approx. weight 15.45 troy oz. 150 - 250
118 Gorham sterling silver flatware service for six in the Cromwell and Chantilly patterns, total of (71) pieces: sterling handle dinner knives; dinner forks; sterling handle lunch knives; lunch forks; table spoons; fish forks; butter knives; bouillon spoons; demitasse spoons; (6) teaspoons in Cromwell pattern; (6) teaspoons in Chantilly pattern; and (5) appetizer forks. Dinner forks 7-3/4"l. Total approx. weight 71 troy oz. excluding sterling handle knives. 1,000 - 1,500
119 Reed & Barton silverplate pitcher with double sided face of John Barleycorn, marked on bottom. 6-3/4"h. 300 - 500
120 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
121 Brass horse fence pipe stand with seven pipe capacity. 8"h, 13-1/4"w, 2-3/4"d. 150 - 250
122 Pair of Tiffany Studios Venetian pattern bronze blotter ends, stamped "Tiffany Studios New York 1696". 19-1/2"l. Minor gilt loss. 100 - 200
123 Chinese export porcelain tray with clipper ship flying American flag. Minor wear. 1-1/2"h, 7-3/4"w, 7"d. 300 - 500
124 Pair of large Imari bottle vase lamps, 19th/20th century. Minor wear to gilt surface. Vase only 24-1/2"h. 300 - 500
125 Palace size Imari floor vase with birds of paradise and dragon design. Spider crack to bottom and minor wear to surface. 42-1/2"h. 300 - 500
126 Asian red lacquer cabinet-on-stand, decorated with figures. Some loss and cracking to surface, lacking latch. 56-1/2"h, 39-1/2"w, 15-1/4"d. 150 - 250
127 Indo-Asian painted counter top writing desk. Wear from use. 13"h, 25"w, 19"d. 100 - 200
128 Art Deco Chinese rug with landscape. Wear and small stains. 11'9"l, 9'1"w. 450 - 650
129 Oriental rug. 13'4"l, 13'w. 4,000 - 5,000
130 Oriental rug. 14'9"l, 11'2"w. 2,800 - 3,200
131 ANTONIO VASQUEZ PARRA (Mexico, 20th century), hillside village, oil on canvas, signed upper right. Canvas 12"h, 8"w. 150 - 200
132 ANDRE BEAUDIN (French, 1895-1979), profile and crescent moon, pencil and watercolor on paper, ink signed and dated 1943 lower left. Mat burn, toning, foxing. Sight 21"h, 17-1/2"w. 200 - 400
133 "Still life Organisation" (20th century), gouache on board, monogrammed and dated 1923 lower left, titled and dated in lower left margin. Unframed, wear and tears to edges of board, foxing, surface soiling, surface abrasions with minor losses. Board 20"h, 15"w. 100 - 200
134 ROY DAVIS (American, 20th century), group of (2) figure drawings of women, pencil with watercolor on paper, signed and dated at bottom. Toning, light water staining to one, minor foxing. Larger sight 7-3/4"h, 3-1/2"w. 200 - 400
135 DAVID ITCHKAWICH (American, b.1937), group of (3) etchings, to include: "Members of Special Group D", pencil signed and titled at bottom, plate 5"h, 6-3/4"w (mat burn); "A Few of the Hundreds Who Visit Our New Capital Every Day", pencil signed and titled at bottom, plate 5-1/2"h, 8"w; and "After the Appointment Near Kerb", pencil signed and titled at bottom, plate 4"h, 6"w, print is within the book "When Men Were Animals and Animals Were Men: A Study of the Graphic Work of David Itchkawich", by John Mattingly, numbered 84/100 copies with an original etching, also signed in the back by David Itchkawich, printer Dennis J. Grastorf and author John R. Mattingly, Angelica Press, New York, 1976 (light wear to slip case box). 100 - 200
136 DAVID ITCHKAWICH (American, b.1937), group of (3) etchings, pencil signed and titled, to include: " A Really Big One at Jeu D'Orange Table", plate 5"h, 6-1/2"w; "Representatives of the Various Factions", plate 5"h, 6-1/2"w; "Dobson's Return to El Barhomn", plate 4-1/2"h, 6"w. 100 - 200
137 GIUSEPPE GAMBINO (Italian, 1928-1997), "Roma, Ponte Umberto", oil on canvas, signed lower right, signed and titled to verso. Canvas 18-3/4"h, 23-1/2"w. 300 - 500
138 SALVADOR DALI (Spanish, 1904-1989), "L'Academie des Beaux Arts", etching on Japan paper, pencil signed and numbered at bottom. Plate 16-3/4"h, 23-1/2"w. 200 - 300
139 After ROY LICHTENSTEIN (American, 1923-1997), "Big Little Painting", serigraph on canvas, unsigned. Dirt and grime, foxing. 41"h, 48"w. 800 - 1,200
140 WALTER HENRY WILLIAMS (American, 1920-1998), "Eagle Eating Heart/Chicken", woodcut, pencil signed, titled and dated 1960 at bottom. Waving. Image 25-3/4"h, 21-3/4"w. 200 - 300
141 CHUCK CONNELLY (American, b.1955), abstract figures, acrylic on canvas, unsigned. Unframed, mold evidence. Canvas 48-1/4"h, 48"w. Provenance: purchased from James Salomon Gallery by present owner. 2,000 - 4,000
142 CHUCK CONNELLY (American, b.1955), figure on red background, acrylic on canvas, unsigned. Unframed. Canvas 48-1/4"h, 48"w. Provenance: purchased from James Salomon Gallery by present owner. 1,500 - 2,500
143 BERENICE D'VORZON (American, Long Island, 1932-2014), "Drip Series, Small Dark Center", oil on canvas, signed, titled, and dated 1980 to verso. Canvas 50-1/4"h, 36-1/4"w. 300 - 500
144 SALLY ANDERSON (American, b.1942), abstract, acrylic on canvas, signed lower right. Surface loss lower left. Canvas 20"h, 24"w. 200 - 300
145 IGAEL TUMARKIN (Israeli, b.1933), "Bomb", serigraph, titled and pencil signed at bottom. Waving, minor foxing. Sheet 10-1/2"h, 29-1/2"w. Provenance: acquired directly from the artist. 200 - 400
145ASHEPPARD CRAIGE (American, b. 1942), still life with skull and metal objects, oil on canvas, signed and dated on verso "Craige, '75", label from Channel 13 Auction, New York. 50"h, 42"w. 800 - 1,200
146 NORMAN MERCER (American, Long Island, 1916-2007), crescent form sculptural vase, lucite, monogrammed and inscribed 9/90. Few surface scratches, minor damage top left corner. 5-3/4"h, 9"w, 2-1/4"d. 200 - 400
147 Set of (2) Ken Benson amethyst cameo cut glass vases with leaf design. Largest 13-1/2"h. 100 - 200
148 LEO TOYE (Irish, b.1940), hillside with bridge, oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left. Pin sized hole center. Canvas 19-3/4"h, 30"w. 500 - 700
149 PETER MAX (American, b.1937), "Flowers in Brown", lithograph in colors, pencil signed, dated 1978, and numbered 199/300 at bottom. Waving lightly. Image approx. 21-1/4"h, 17"w. 300 - 500
150 M. PAGOLA (20th century), group of (2) paintings: apples and oranges, signed, titled, and dated to verso. Apples unframed with few surface scratches. Canvas 29-1/4" sq. 200 - 300
151 Pair of Alfred Homann & Ole Kjaer copper sconces, executed by Louis Poulsen. Some weathering. Overall 9"h, 12-1/4"w, 17"d. 1,500 - 2,500
153 Art Deco mahogany display cabinet with burlwood veneer and gold and black painted highlights, two glass doors over a long drawer. Scratches and wear, some areas of varnish surface loss. 63-1/2"h, 35-3/4"w, 15"d. 100 - 200
154 Art Deco mahogany sideboard with burlwood veneer and gold and black painted highlights, two long drawers flanked by cabinets. Scratches and wear, some areas of varnish surface loss. 38"h, 59-3/4"w, 20"d. 100 - 200
155 Art Deco mahogany dining set with burlwood veneer and gold and black painted highlights: six chairs, including one armchair, 38-1/2"h; and canted corner dining table with butterfly leaf, 30"h, 58-1/2"w, 40"d. Set has scratches and wear, small losses to veneer, some areas of varnish surface loss, chairs missing some plugs. Table has glass top (fits when not using leaf.) 150 - 250
156 Small Art Deco mahogany two door cabinet with burlwood veneer and gold and black painted highlights. Scratches and wear, some areas of varnish surface loss. 35-1/2"h, 34"w, 17"d. 75 - 125
157 Oriental rug with black ground, late 20th century. 9'10"l, 8'w. 800 - 1,200
158 Oriental rug with red ground, late 20th century. 9'2"l, 6'1"w. 600 - 800
159 Oriental rug. Wear and loss to fringe. 4'10"l, 2'10-1/2"w. 100 - 200
160 Pair of hand blown etched hurricane shades with floral decoration. 16"h. 100 - 200
161 19th century carved mahogany cathedral chair, on casters. Loss of molding at finials, minor split to back. 45"h. 100 - 200
162 19th Century, small mahogany oval drop leaf table with band and line inlay, having one drawer with opposing false drawer, and bottom shelf. Lost to inlay, repair to shelf, drawer missing dividers. 28-1/4"h, 16-1/2"w. 150 - 250
163 19th century American mahogany step-back chest of drawers with two small recessed drawers over four long drawers, on later ball and claw feet. Loss of veneer and molding. 43"h, 39"w, 19-1/2"d. 100 - 200
164 19th century mahogany bed steps with lift top compartment and slide-out drawer and lift top for chamber pot. Leather needs replacing, slide sticks, losses to veneer. 26"h, 15-1/4"w, 30-1/2"d. 150 - 250
165 American mahogany pembroke table with shaped leaves, single drawer opposing a false drawer, line inlay decoration, 19th century. Loss of inlay. 28-1/2"h, 21-1/4"w(closed), 32"d. 150 - 250
166 ROBERT M. DECKER (American, 1847-1921), autumn forest landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Uneven varnish, light craquelure. Canvas 20-1/4"h, 23"w. 800 - 1,200
167 ROBERT M. DECKER (American, 1847-1921), panoramic landscape with shoreline, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Craquelure. Canvas 10"h, 28-1/4"w. 800 - 1,200
168 HENRY DUESSEL (German/American, 1858-1919), landscape with river, oil on canvas, signed lower right. As found with tears, repairs, inpaint. Canvas 19"h, 29"w. 200 - 400
169 KARL TERMOHLEN (Danish/American, 1851-1938), moonlight landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Unframed, relined, patched repairs, scattered inpaint with strengthened signature. Canvas 20-1/4"h, 26"w. 300 - 500
170 CORREDOYRA (20th century), small tonalist landscape with trees, oil on cigar box lid, signed lower left. Unframed, repaired split, dirt and grime. Panel 8"h, 5-1/2"w. 100 - 200
171 PAUL FJELLBOE (Norwegian/American, 1873-1946), Utah landscape with mountains and stream, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Minor dirt and grime. Canvas 16"h, 22"w. 500 - 700
172 PAUL FJELLBOE (Norwegian/American, 1873-1946), Utah landscape with valley road, oil on masonite, signed lower right. Minor dirt and grime. Board 10"h, 14"w. 200 - 300
173 F.J. VOHSING (American, 20th century), winter landscape with bridge, oil on masonite, signed and dated 1935 lower right. Unframed, craquelure, minor dirt and grime. Board 17-3/4"h, 22"w. 200 - 400
174 BERTRAM HARTMAN (American, 1882-1960), cows in pasture, watercolor, signed and dated 1941 lower right. Waving. Sight 15"h, 22-1/4"w. 200 - 400
175 JOSEPH R. BARR (American, 20th century), cottage in the woods, oil on canvas board, unsigned, inscribed to verso: "Painted by Joseph R. Barr, given to Francis T. Christy by the artist" and "Studio of Hobart Nichols". Minor craquelure. Board 12"h, 16"w. 200 - 300
176 LUIS MEZZADRA (20th century), "El Potrillo", oil on board, signed lower right, signed and titled to verso. Minor dirt and grime. Board 9-1/2"h, 11-3/4"w. 150 - 200
177 After FREDERIC S. REMINGTON (American, 1861-1909), (4/8) color lithographs from "A Bunch of Buckskins" portfolio, to include: "A Cheyenne Buck", "A Breed", "An Army Packer", and "An Arizona Cowboy", includes portfolio cover, titled page, and introductory note by Owen Wister, published by Robert Howard Russell, 1901. Lithographs unframed, (3) laid to matting, minor loss to Cheyenne Buck top margin, toning, foxing, some water damage, portfolio cover and text pages as found. Sheets 20"h, 15"w, portfolio 26-1/2"h, 20"w. 2,000 - 3,000
178 EDWARD S. CURTIS (American, 1868-1952), "The Vanishing Race-Navaho", restrike photogravure, printed by John Andrew & Son. Waving, minor foxing. Sheet 19"h, 23-1/2"w. 200 - 300
179 EDWARD S. CURTIS (American, 1868-1952), "Ready to Throw the Harpoon", photogravure, on Van Gelder Zonen watermarked wove paper. Minor mat burn and toning, adhesive stains in margins. Image 5-1/2"h, 7-1/2"w, sheet 9-1/2"h, 12-1/2"w. 150 - 250
180 New England tiger maple flat top highboy, top and bottom unassociated. Restorations. 72-1/2"h, 38-1/4"w, 21"d. 700 - 900
181 18th century American country banister back chair with rush seat. Small repair to crest rail, seat with losses. 34"h, seat 19"h. 100 - 200
182 Group of (2) early American rocking chairs: Windsor comb back, painted black with line decoration, one arm pinned at back, 41-1/2"h, 20-1/2"w, 26-1/2"d; small spindle thumb back having back splat with star and foliate decoration. 100 - 200
183 Mahogany round tilt top tea table, 18th/19th century. Restorations and losses to foot. 28-3/4"h, 34"dia. 300 - 500
184 Portrait of a lady in blue dress (18th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, "Museum of Fine Arts Boston" loan label to verso. Craquelure, scattered inpaint, minor losses. Canvas 30-1/2"h, 27-1/4"w. 300 - 500
185 Portrait of a gentleman (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, relined, scattered inpaint. Canvas 28-1/2"h, 23"w. 200 - 300
186 M. LEONE BRACKER (American, 1810-1890), mother and child, charcoal and chalk, signed lower right. Toning, small tear lower left. Sight 29"h, 21-3/4"w. 200 - 400
187 THERESA FERBER BERNSTEIN (American, 1890-2002), "The Waiting Room", ink on paper, signed lower right, signed, titled and dated 1917 to verso. Unframed, light toning. Sheet 18"h, 23-3/4"w. 600 - 800
188 Folk Art family portrait (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. As found, unframed, relined with canvas lifting, losses, inpaint, craquelure. Canvas 30"h, 25"w. 200 - 400
189 ALLEN SMITH (American, 1810-1890), "The Apple Orchard", oil on canvas, inscribed to verso with titled, artist, and "after a picture by George Morland...Cleveland O. 1852". Craquelure, patched repair, inpaint. Canvas 30"h 25"w. 300 - 500
190 GEORGE G. FISH (American, c.1820-1880), portrait of woman holding feather fan, pastel, signed lower right. Restoration, tears, laid to board. Sight 20-1/2"h, 17-1/4"w. 300 - 400
191 Sailors shellwork box with mirror and pin cushion top, 19th/20th century. Some damaged shells and reglue repairs. 4"h, 6"w, 4-1/4"d. 75 - 150
192 American alphabet sampler on burlap, signed "Frances Pole, March 29 1797". Minor repairs, toning. Sight 12"h, 9-1/2"w. 150 - 200
193 Centennial needlepoint with eagle, "1776, 1876, United We Stand". Some fading. 7-3/4"h, 19-1/2"w. 100 - 200
194 19th century folky oval watercolor of cow in landscape with flower border. Water stains, tears and fading. 15-1/2"h, 19-3/4"w. 100 - 200
195 Polychrome chalkware dove bank, unmarked, 19th/20th century. Surface abrasions with dirt and grime and losses to paint. 10-3/4"h. 150 - 200
196 19th century American painted box with floral decoration and monogrammed "J.S.T.". Surface loss, lacking hinges. 10-1/2"h, 19"w, 13-3/4"d. 200 - 300
197 Set of (4) American country plank seat chairs, decorated with fruit compote stenciled and sponge paint. Small repairs. 36"h. 150 - 200
198 American red painted country step-back jelly cupboard, two upper doors open to olive green painted shelves, over long drawer, 19th century. 77-1/2"h, 36-1/2"w, 16"d. 300 - 400
199 Richard Remmey highly decorated three gallon crock, incised "3" in circle below ear handle. Chip to one ear and inside rim. 13-1/4"h, 10-1/4"dia. 300 - 500
200 19th century dated five gallon jug with cobalt blue flower decoration, dated and inscribed "Aug. 20, 1889, New Pottery". Hairline to handle side. 18-1/2"h, 12"dia. 200 - 400
201 19th century incised flower decorated crock. Flakes to bottom rim. 11"h, 9-3/4"dia. 100 - 200
202 Blue decorated ovoid jug, 19th century. Chip to base rim. 15"h, 10"dia. 100 - 200
203 Three gallon "bee-sting" jug, marked with impressed "H" at bottom under handle. 14-3/4"h. 100 - 150
204 Pair of Bennington tulip vases with flint enamel glaze. Few minor flakes to one, other with hairline and flake. 9-3/4"h. 600 - 800
205 Group of (11) Roseville Juvenile line dinnerware in standing rabbit pattern, to include: (2) plates, teacup and saucer, egg cup, large and small bowls, custard cup, mug, and (2) creamers, some numbered to bottom. Fleabites to saucer and large plate, some crazing, and surface wear. Large plate 8-1/4"dia. 200 - 300
206 Group of (10) Roseville Juvenile line dinnerware in standing rabbit pattern, to include: plate, small teacup and saucer, chamber pot and lid, (2) small high-rimmed bowls, baby's plate, and (3) small pitchers, some numbered to bottom. Some fleabites, some crazing, surface wear, rim chip to baby's plate. Chamber pot 4-1/2"h, 7-3/4"w, 6"dia. 200 - 300
207 Black Americana carved ebony wood articulated doll with glass eyes. Repairs. 13"l. 150 - 200
208 Group of (2) early cardboard and metal articulated shadow puppets: farm hog and figure of man in jacket with coattails. Craquelure to surface, figure's leg bent, wear from age and use. Figure 18"h overall. 100 - 200
209 Painted horse race game wheel with stenciled images. Some surface loss. 35-3/4"dia. 400 - 600
210 "What the Bard of Avon Knew About the Game of Draw-Poker" (early 20th century), assemblage with various playing card hands accompanied by Shakespeare quotes, and hand painted book cover with title at center, unsigned, housed in shadowbox frame, possibly after an original artwork by C. Aaron Sawyer in 1911. Toning, craquelure and minor losses to paint. Sight 13-3/4"h, 17-3/4"w. 300 - 500
211 19th century American gameboard with inlay. Minor losses and repairs. 17"h, 28-1/2"w. 150 - 250
212 18th century American country ladder back highchair. Loss and wear with remnants of green paint. 36-3/4"h. 50 - 100
213 19th century child's red painted drop leaf table with one drawer. Loss to knob. 16-3/4"h, 12-3/4"w(closed), 17-3/4"d. 100 - 200
214 Sponge painted salesman sample chest with three drawers and scalloped base. 10-1/4"h, 14"w, 8-3/4"d. 150 - 250
215 Diminutive three drawer chest in mustard paint, constructed of old wood crates, 20th century. Wear from use. 24"h, 25-1/2"w, 11"d. 100 - 200
216 After WILLIAM SIDNEY MOUNT (American, Long Island, 1807-1868), "Catching Rabbits", hand colored lithograph, published by Goupil & Co, NY. Minor soiling and acid burn in margins, light foxing. Image 14-3/4"h, 18-3/4"w. Provenance: Stony Brook, Long Island, N.Y. estate. 700 - 900
217 CURRIER & IVES (American, 19th century), "View on the Hudson River, from Ruggles House, Newburgh", hand colored lithograph. Toning, laid down with staining. Image 8-1/2"h, 12-1/2"w. 200 - 300
218 Autumn landscape (Hudson River School, 19th/20th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, dirt and grime. Canvas 16"h, 20"w. 300 - 500
219 Group of (2) Hudson River School landscapes (19th/20th century), to include: river with figures on shoreline, oil on canvas, unsigned, (varnish yellowed, minor inpaint), canvas 5-14"h, 13-1/4"w; and landscape with figure in canoe, oil on board, unsigned, (wear around edges, minor loss center left, minor inpaint), canvas 6"h, 13-1/2"w. 200 - 400
220 LEON DOLICE (American, 1892-1960), "NY Harbor", etching, pencil signed, titled and dated 1925 at bottom. Light foxing, waving, toning, and staining in margins. Plate 5-3/4"h, 7-1/2"w. 75 - 125
221 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Immigration Building, Ellis Island", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #L-12, and dated May 31, 1938 in ink. Unframed, wear and creasing to edges and corners. 10"h, 8"w. 800 - 1,200
222 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Jay Street, #115", gelatin silver print, numbered 90 in the negative at lower left side, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #90, and dated May 22, 1936 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed but matted, light wear to edges and corners. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Outer Boroughs, Brooklyn) plate 29. 800 - 1,200
223 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Fifth Avenue Theatre Interior: Twenty-Eighth Street Lobby", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #310, and dated Nov 2, 1938 in ink. 8"h, 10"w. Unframed, light wear to edges, small crease to bottom 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 13. 600 - 800
224 Group of (7) Long Island photographs: (6) landmarks, one photo of rendering of landmark. Unframed, yellowing, toning. Largest 8"10". 100 - 200
225 JAMES MCMULLAN (American, b.1934), Palisades, watercolor, signed lower right. Float mounted. Sheet 3"h, 9"w. 200 - 400
226 BORIS VASSILOFF (Russian/American, 1901-2000), St. Patrick's Cathedral, gouache on board, signed, dated 1964, and inscribed "New York" lower right. Foxing, minor surface soiling. Sight 20-1/4"h, 14-1/4"w. 150 - 200
227 CHARLES M. WEISSMAN (American, 20th century), "The Bridge", watercolor, signed, titled, and inscribed "Central Park, NY, April -1942" lower right. Toning. Sight 18"h, 22-3/4"w. 200 - 400
228 MILAN V. PETROVIC (American, 1893-1978), "Hampton Bays", watercolor, signed and titled at bottom. Minor toning and foxing. Image 5"h, 7-1/2"w. 200 - 300
229 FLORENCE BRASDHSAW BROWN (American, b.1870), "Home Sweet Home", woodcut, pencil signed, titled, and inscribed "John Howard Payne House - East Hampton - Long Island" at bottom. Waving, light foxing. Image 3-3/4"h, 5-1/2"w. 100 - 150
230 WANDA HAZEL GAG (American, 1893-1946), "Airtight Stove", woodcut, pencil signed, titled and dated 33 along bottom. Matted but unframed, laid down with scattered bubbling, light toning. Image 5"h, 3-1/2"w. 300 - 400
231 MARIE-LOUISE D'OTRANGE MASTAI (American, Long Island, 20th century), landscape with view of water, oil on board, signed lower right, dated July 27, 1961 to verso. Unframed, minor surface scratches. Board 18-1/4"h, 22"w. 150 - 200
232 MARIE-LOUISE D'OTRANGE MASTAI (American, Long Island, 20th century), sunflower, oil on masonite, signed lower right. Minor craquelure, light dirt and grime. Board 32"h, 22-1/2"w. 200 - 400
233 CAROLINE M. BELL (American, Long Island, 1874-1970), winter landscape, oil on board, pencil signed lower left. Minor abrasion top center. Board 12"h, 15-1/2"w. 200 - 300
234 CAROLINE M. BELL (American, Long Island, 1874-1970), river bank landscape, oil on canvas board, pencil signed to verso. As found with buckling and cracks to canvas board, minor craquelure, dirt and grime. Board 16"h, 20"w. 300 - 400
235 WHITNEY M. HUBBARD (American, Long Island, 1875-1965), docks, oil on canvas, monogrammed lower left. Dirt and grime. Canvas 20"h, 16"w. 600 - 800
236 WHITNEY M. HUBBARD (American, Long Island, 1875-1965), house in moonlight, oil on board, pencil signed lower right double-sided with still of potato on verso. Minor surface abrasions, minor losses to verso. Board 6-1/4"h, 9-1/4"w. 100 - 200
237 WILLIAM HURD LAWRENCE (American, 1866-1938), church goers, oil on canvas laid to board, signed and dated 1899 lower left. Possibly cut down along top, craquelure, scattered inpaint. Board 10"h, 14-1/2"w. 300 - 500
238 RODMAN PELL (American, Long Island, 1909-1995), "Claudios Whalers Wharf", Greenport, Long Island, N.Y., oil on canvas, signed, titled, and dated 1972 lower right. Unframed. Canvas 24"h, 36"w. 200 - 400
239 JOSEPHINE BROOKS (American, Long Island, 1910-2002), sailboat, oil on canvas board, signed lower right. Minor craquelure lower left. Board 14"h, 10"w. 100 - 200
240 HAYLEY LEVER (American, 1876-1958), floral still life, watercolor, monogrammed at bottom. Minor toning. Sight 12-3/4"h, 9-1/2"w. 150 - 250
241 WILLIAM OBERST (American, Long Island, 20th/21st century), group of (4) figure studies, watercolor on paper, signed and dated '97 lower right. Float mounted with deckled edges. Sheets approx. 14-1/2"h, 10"w. 200 - 400
242 MARGARET VAN PELT (American, 20th century), sailboats in Long Island Sound, oil on canvas board, unsigned, inscribed "By Mrs. Van Pelt" to verso. Minor dirt and grime, minor foxing. Board 9"h, 12"w. 150 - 250
243 REYNOLDS (American, Long Island, 20th century), Senix Creek Moriches, Long Island, oil on masonite, signed and dated 1963 to verso. Few surface scratches. Board 20"h, 24"w. 150 - 250
244 Long Island painted blanket chest, two sunken panels over two long drawers, sides having iron handles, in later red paint over earlier blue paint, later feet. Top warped and worn. 38-3/4"h, 42-1/4"w, 19-3/4"d. 300 - 500
245 18th century American pine blanket box in pale green paint, inside top inscribed "Hannah L. Tyler". Wear, additional hinges added. 16"h, 44-1/4"w, 17-1/4"d. Provenance: Stony Brook, Long Island, N.Y. estate. 150 - 250
246 19th century grain painted ballot box, illegibly inscribed and dated 1872 on bottom. Lock removed, wear and losses. 8-1/2", 10"w, 10"d. Provenance: Stony Brook, Long Island, N.Y. estate. 100 - 200
247 New England fan-back Windsor armchair, inscribed on bottom "for Charlotte S. Clapp". Refinished, replaced leg, other small repairs. 44-1/4"h, 24-1/4"w, 23"d. 250 - 450
248 American Windsor armchair in later paint. Small repaired split to bow back. 36-3/4"h, 23-1/4"w, 22"d. 100 - 200
249 Table top display case with nine glazed glass panels. 6-3/4"h, 31"w, 25-1/4"d. 100 - 200
250 "W.R. Soper & Co's" pickle firkin from East Northport, N.Y., painted red and blue with black stenciling, "Extra spiced homemade, pickles & chow chow", 19th/20th century. Minor paint wear. 10"h(excluding wire handle), 11"dia. 150 - 250
251 Group of (3) graduated painted American firkins with handles, 19th/20th century. Largest missing cover band, medium with replaced top. Largest 14"h(excluding handle). 75 - 150
252 American gray blue painted firkin. 14"h excluding handle. 50 - 100
253 Early wrought iron lighting device. 17-3/4"h. 150 - 250
254 18th century waffle iron, dated and initialed, "R.V., 1742". Loss to corner of press. Press 4-1/2"h, 7-1/2"w, overall 33-1/4"l. 75 - 125
255 Dated waffle iron with ship, "HAD, GHH, 1838". Disc press 5-7/8"dia, overall 34"l. 75 - 150
257 Painted cottage commode disguised as a small chest of drawers on bun feet, lift top and front panel, reveals a curved back. Lacking inside seat, losses to edging and wear to paint. 27-3/4"h, 24-1/4"w, 20-1/2"d. 75 - 150
258 19th century diminutive American green painted country hanging wall shelf. Surface wear. 23-1/2"h, 15"w, 4"d. 50 - 75
259 18th/19th century American pine blanket box in gray blue paint, iron handles. Wear. 17-3/4"h, 42"w, 19"d. Provenance: Stony Brook, Long Island, N.Y. estate. 200 - 300
260 Adirondack birch bark and twig mirror by Jerry Farrell, signed and inscribed "Sidney Center N.Y." on verso. 25-1/2"h, 19-1/2"w. 150 - 250
261 CARL BROEMEL (American, 1891-1984), "Menemsha" harbor, watercolor, signed, dated 43, and titled lower right. Mat burn, minor foxing and toning. Sight 14-1/2"h, 19-1/2"w. 200 - 300
262 HERB MOTT (American, b. 1923), shoreline with lighthouse, oil on masonite, signed and dated 64 lower right. Surface soiling and minor scratches. Board 22"h, 26"w. 200 - 300
263 RALPH C. SCOTT (American, b.1896), "Surf", oil on canvas, signed lower right, label to verso with title. Unframed, patched repair, craquelure, dirt and grime. Canvas 25"h, 30"w. 200 - 300
264 SAUL SCHARY (American, 1904-1978), "Morning Light", oil on canvas board, signed lower right, signed and titled to verso. Board lightly warped, minor craquelure, small loss lower left. Board 13-3/4"h, 17-1/4"w. 200 - 300
265 J.D. TAYLOR (19th century), shoreline with clammers, oil on canvas, signed lower right. As found with tears, minor losses. Canvas 16"h, 24"w. 200 - 300
266 WESLEY LEA (American, 1914-1981), "Wild Primrose", oil on canvas, signed and dated 49 lower right, partial label to verso with artist and title. Craquelure with minor shrinkage, minor losses center right. Canvas 21"h, 26-1/4"w. 200 - 400
267 American Folk Art town landscape of Deerfield, Mass. (20th century), oil on canvas, monogrammed "JKH", dated '66 lower right, label to verso with building identification. Unframed, craquelure, dirt and grime, varnished yellow. 24"h, 30"w. 150 - 250
268 Portrait of two dogs (19h century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Relined, craquelure, restoration with inpaint. Canvas 16"h, 24"w. 200 - 300
269 Folk Art portrait of seated woman (Central/South American School), oil on arched tin sheet, unsigned. Unframed, surfaces abrasions and losses, craquelure, dirt and grime. Sheet 27-3/4"h, 19"w. 150 - 250
270 FREDERICK AUGUST VOLKHARDT (American, 1868-1956), portrait of "Clarence Dolman", oil on canvas, signed lower left, titled to verso of frame. Minor craquelure. Canvas 30"h, 25"w. 300 - 500
271 Full bodied gilt spread wing eagle weathervane. Some gilt loss and misshaping. Overall 25-3/4"h, 25"w, 13-1/4"d. 300 - 500
272 Full-bodied copper rooster weathervane, 20th century. Separating and warped at base. 20-1/2"h. 75 - 125
273 Sheet metal weathervane of jumping horse, with directional's. Paint loss. Overall 62-1/2"h, horse 15-1/2"h, 24"l. 100 - 200
274 Painted sheet metal weathervane of woman with telescope standing on an arrow, second half 20th century. 35-1/2"h. 300 - 500
275 "Trilby", lithograph poster, by Strobridge Lith Co, 1895, printed in three sheets. Creasing with small tears to folds, toning, minor staining lower right corner. Overall 83-1/2"h, 38-1/2"w. 100 - 200
276 "Dick Tracy's Dilemma", offset lithograph poster, by Morgan Litho Co. Creasing with small tears to folds. Sight 40-1/2"h, 26-1/4"w. 75 - 125
277 "Peg of the Pavement", David Allen & Sons lithograph poster. Restorations with inpaint and losses, creasing. Sheet 58"h, 38"w. 75 - 125
278 GASTON GIRBAL (French, 1888-c.1978), "Zibral", lithograph poster, Linen backed, restoration with losses at bottom, minor toning. Sheet 47-1/4", 31-3/4"w. 200 - 400
279 "White Bros., The Tip-Top Boys, The Only Act of Its Kind" lithograph circus poster, 1922, printed in four sheets. Linen backed, restorations, toning, creasing, bubbling. Sight 52-1/2"h, 36-1/2"w. 150 - 250
280 "The Great 'Kar-Mi" Troupe", lithograph circus poster with over-pasted "See Kar-mi" title. Creasing, repaired tears. Sight 40"h, 27"w. 150 - 250
281 "Alexander, The Man Who Knows", lithograph magic poster. Creasing and buckling, minor surface abrasions to corners. 42"h, 28"w. 200 - 400
282 W. ROTH (20th century), circus performers, mixed media on board, signed and dated '45 lower left. Craquelure, waving. Board 29-3/4"h, 19-1/4"w. 100 - 200
283 JINDRA HUSARIKOVA (Czech, 1931-2016), circus performers, oil on oval board, pencil signed lower right. Sight 23"h, 27"w. 600 - 800
284 RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955), "Circus Elephants", oil on board, unsigned, titled to verso. Unframed, wear and losses to edges, dirt and grime, few surface scratches. Board 21-3/4"h, 29-3/4"w. Provenance: Purchased from the estate of the artist in 1978. 300 - 500
285 FRED G. JOHNSON (American, 1892-1990), "Worlds Smallest Married Couple", oil on canvas circus banner, signed lower right and inscribed "O'Henry Tent and Awning Co., Chicago-40-166." Wear from use, a few tears. 92"h, 113"w. 1,000 - 2,000
286 "Professor of Ventriloquism", oil on canvas circus banner, inscribed "O'Henry Tent and Awning Co., Chicago-40-166." As found with tears and wear, some brittle areas. 116"h, 117"w. 800 - 1,200
287 "Stage Entrance" painted tin sign. Loss of wood frame and surface. 15"h, 20-1/4"w. 200 - 400
288 Painted sheet metal amusement park entrance sign, "All Rides Limited to Children Under the Age of 12". 16"h, 24"w. 75 - 125
289 Double sided painted tin tourist sign, "Clauverwie House, Tourists, F. Ebersbach", 20th century. Paint loss. 25-3/4"h, 38"w. 75 - 150
290 Painted wood double-sided "Tourists" sign. Minor losses, split to one side. 11-1/2"h, 54"w. 100 - 200
291 Large painted plywood advertising sign, "Budget Plan, $60.00 Down". 24"h, 65-1/4"w. 75 - 150
292 Sand painted tin trade sign with gilt lettering, "Adolph Koch & Son", wood framed, early 20th century. Surface loss. 11-3/4"h, 71"w. 150 - 200
293 Attorney wood trade sign, painted black with gilt lettering, "Law Offices, of, R.J. Hawlins", 19th/20th century. 13-3/4"h, 44"w. 200 - 400
294 Sand painted tin chiropractor trade sign with gilt lettering, "M.H. Robinson D.C., Chiropractor", wood frame. 14-3/4"h, 36-3/4"w. 100 - 200
295 "Lenz & Riecker, Inc. Printers" double-sided painted wood sign with breadboard ends, early 20th century. Losses to surface and chipped bottom corners. 12"h, 24"w. 100 - 200
296 Painted wood "Drugs" trade sign, double sided with knockout lettering, 20th century. Wear from use. 14-3/4"h, 46-1/4"w. 200 - 400
297 Mazda GE paper mache light bulb trade sign. Repairs and losses. 30"h, 16"dia. 600 - 800
298 Hanging leather shoe trade sign. Some wear. 15-1/2"l. 100 - 200
299 Group of (4) porcelain signs from General Store, Stony Brook, Long Island, N.Y., to include: "Ivory Soap" white lettering on blue ground; "Sensation Cut Plug" white letters on blue ground, Balto Enamel & Nov. Co.; "Just Suits Cut Plug" red letters on white ground, Balto Enamel & Nov. Co.; "Spratt's Puppy Cakes" white letters on green ground. Minor crazing and accretions. Longest 24"l. Provenance: Stony Brook, Long Island, N.Y. estate. 300 - 500
300 1963 TruAde self framed metal advertising sign, marked "AM 1-63". Some fading and wear. 12"h, 28"w. 100 - 200
301 B-1 Lemon-Lime Soda embossed tin advertising sign. Surface scratches and wear, edges with bends. 16"h, 33-1/4"w. 100 - 200
302 Large 1957 porcelain Coca-Cola button sign, marked "A-M 1-57". Scratches and loss of surface. 36"dia. 250 - 450
303 Coca Cola wire store display rack with metal sign "Take Some Coca Cola Home Today", price card slot. Wear. 33-3/4"h. 75 - 150
304 Coca Cola double signed sheet metal advertising sign, "Take a Case Home", marked "R.S. Co. 8-48". 27-1/2"h, 19-1/2"w. 150 - 250
305 1951 "Drink Coca-Cola", self-framed metal sign with bottle illustration, stamped "Robertson 1-51" lower right. Slightly misshapen, surface wear, crease to center. 18-1/4"h, 54"w. 200 - 400
306 Pepsi-Cola Bigger Better '5 cent' embossed metal sign, marked "40-15" at bottom. Misshapen, extra holes through center and sides, dents, surface wear. 49-1/4"h, 16"w. 200 - 400
307 RC Cola advertising illustration (20th century), acrylic on board, signed Erb Goff and dated '62 lower right. Unframed, minor soiling in margins. Image 13-1/2"dia, board 17"h, 15"w. 100 - 150
308 Cliquot Club wall clock, marked "Cliquot-7 Telechrom Inc." 14-3/4"dia. 200 - 400
309 1963 Williams Major League Pitch and Bat pinball machine by Williams Electronic Manufacturing Corp. In as found condition with losses and touchups, missing glass cover. 73-1/2"h, 24-1/4"w, 65-1/4"d. 200 - 300
310 Willaims "Magic City" pinball machine by Williams Electronic Inc. Wear and losses. 69"h, 22-1/2"w, 52"d. 200 - 300
311 "Egyptienne Straights Cigarettes" color lithograph poster, early 20th century. Restoration with inpaint. Sheet 28"h, 20-3/4"w. 200 - 300
312 "Signal For Kool Cigarettes" cardboard sign with "Buy US War bonds" along bottom. Unframed, overall wear with pin holes, toning, staining, tear to upper right edge. 30"h, 20"w. 75 - 150
313 "William Hickey, For Sale" metal sign, Mastic, Long Island, N.Y. Wear, paint loss to edges. 13-1/4"h, 19-1/4"w. 100 - 200
314 "Bathe for Clean-ness", 1932, Character-Culture-Citizenship Guide color lithograph poster. Minor toning. Sheet 16"h, 12"w. 75 - 125
315 Sharples Tubular Separator advertising color lithograph poster. Tear left center, minor toning. Sight 26"h, 40"w. 200 - 400
316 "Penn Yan Boats" large embossed metal sign, c.1950. Wear. 32"h, 56-1/4"w. 300 - 500
317 Carved and painted "Seafood" trade sign. Loss to one end. 7"h, 36-3/4"w. 50 - 100
318 Large bronze crab, in green patina. 12"h, 14"w, 11-1/2"d. 100 - 200
319 Large hammered copper cauldron with wrought iron handle. Repair. 15-1/2"h(excluding handle), 23"dia. 100 - 200
320 Bronze hall mirror with gilt highlights and marble shelf. Small chip to marble shelf. 27"h, 9-1/2"w, 7"d. 100 - 200
321 Venetian tole painted metal floor lamp with pierced cylinder shade and foliate decoration on marble base. Small repairs and losses, paint loss. 69-1/2"h. 200 - 400
322 Large imari style footbath with floral and bird decoration, marked on bottom. 8-1/4"h, 22-1/2"l including handles, 15"w. 75 - 125
323 20th century Italian glazed terra cotta patio table with floral decoration and wrought iron scrolled base. Crazing and minor chipping to bottom rim. 19"h, 31-1/2"dia. 100 - 200
324 Group of (3) wrought iron patio trellis panels. Each 75-1/4"h, 37"w. 75 - 150
325 Set of (2) iron branch form baskets with applied painted iron birds. Largest 26"l. 100 - 200
326 Wrought iron snake form stand. 24-1/4"h. 50 - 100
327 Reed covered single drawer table in black paint, having geometric design, late 20th century. Some wear to surface. 28"h, 36"w, 30"d. 350 - 450
328 Wicker chaise lounge painted white, 20th century. 33"h, 37-1/2"w, 63"d. 75 - 125
329 Carved spiral grapevine pedestal with round top and square base, painted white. Some paint loss. 48-3/4"h. 150 - 250
330 Small wrought iron planter with flowers over lattice work. Some rust. 19-3/4"h, 21"w, 9"d. 50 - 75
331 Cast cement figural fountain of classical woman with water jug and urn, midcentury. Remnants of paint. 38"h. 100 - 200
332 Cast iron boot scrape set in stone. Loss to stone. Overall 11-1/2"h, 8"w, 6-3/4"d. 75 - 125
333 Gilded cast iron eagle architectural element with added bracket stand. Paint loss. 18"h, 27"w, 9-1/2"d. 100 - 200
334 Cast iron eagle with spread wings, mounted to wood base, 19th century. Repainted. Overall 14"h. 75 - 150
335 Cast iron horse head hitching post, unmarked. 6 1/2"h. 150 - 250
336 Water pump fixture, marked "The Deming Co." Base with crack. 33"h. 50 - 75
337 Brass fire truck hose nozzle, marked "New York Belting & Packing Co". Dents. 29-1/2"l. 750 - 125
338 Tin firehouse wall plaque with card/sign holder. Paint loss and rust. 21-1/2"h, 14"w, 1-1/2"d. 100 - 200
339 Group of (3) iron plant stands. Rust. Largest 31"h. 50 - 100
340 Pair of iron wirework demilune plant stands with three levels. One foot missing on each, some detached solder points. 35"h, 53'w, 26"d. 75 - 150
341 Group of (4) outdoor items: pair of painted rocking chairs by Tyndall Creek, some paint loss, 44"h, 25-1/4"w, 32-1/2"d; small painted wood side table; bird house with metal roof by Lazy Hill Farm Design. 100 - 200
342 Jones Beach, New York, cotton beach umbrella with wood pole, orange, black, green stripes. Minor hole repairs. 82"h, 72"dia. 100 - 200
343 Pair of large white polymer planters with finials, by Walpole Outdoors. 29"h, 24-3/4"sq. 100 - 200
344 Pair of Chinese 20th century bronze garden temple guardians. Losses and repairs to feet, sand fill coming out. 21"h. 200 - 400
345 Pair of cast cement artichoke finials. Weathered. 14-1/2"h. 50 - 100
346 Cast cement frog fountain head. Weathered. 7-1/2"h, 7-3/4"w, 12"d. 75 - 125
347 Cast cement frog fountain head. Weathered. 7-1/2"h, 7-3/4"w, 12"d. 75 - 150
348 Cast cement cat. Weathered. 9-3/4"h, 10-1/2"w, 8-1/2"d. 50 - 75
349 Cast cement hawk. Weathered. 20-1/2"h. 75 - 125
350 Cast cement figural statue of cupid on pedestal, late 20th century. Remnants of paint, arrow detached at one end. 46-1/4"h overall. 100 - 200
351 Group of (6) garden cast cement garden ornaments, late 20th century: cherub group, 20-1/2"h; watering can planter by Campania; three artichoke finials, 14-3/4"h; and cube base. 100 - 200
352 Group of two carved stone garden ornaments: frog fountain head; and turtle. Both weathered, frog with repair at neck. Frog 10-1/4"h. 75 - 125
353 Group of (3) cast cement garden ornaments: mushroom with a frog at top and two baby bunnies at base, 12-1/4"h, 10"dia; and two frogs. Weathered. 50 - 75
354 Carved crushed stone fish garden ornament. As found, weathered with losses. 13"h, 23"w, 9"d. 50 - 75
355 Cast iron cat doorstop in white. Early repaint, some paint loss. 10-1/2"h. 75 - 125

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