SOUTH BAY AUCTIONS, INC.
FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION
Saturday, September 16th, 2017
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LotPictureDescription (Sporting Lots 1 - 30)Estimate
1 Marlin model 39-A lever action take-down rifle in 22c. The heavy tapered barrel measures 24" with Marbles rear sight and full length magazine. The stock has a pistol grip and semi-beavertail forearm. The receiver is blued with long tang and single screw to top action. Gun shows some in use wear overall very good condition. #P22970 Requires FFL. 300 - 400
2 Marlin Model 1895 LTD-II in 45-70 cal. The octagon barrel measures 24" with full length tubular magazine. The walnut stock has a pistol grip with cut checkering and solid butt plate. The solid top receiver is factory tapped for a scope with push button safety. A well made big game lever-action rifle in as new condition. LTD00364 Requires FFL. 400 - 600
3 Stevens Model 311A SxS in 12g. The barrels measure 28" choked Mod/Full. The full case colored receiver is marked Stevens Model 311 Savage Arms Corp. Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A. with double triggers and extractors. The stock and forearm are not original with cheek piece and figured walnut. Metal is in very good to excellent condition with full color. #537 Requires FFL. 250 - 400
4 Colt Lightning Slide Action Medium Frame Rifle in 32 cal. The octagon barrel measures 26" with full length 15 shot tube magazine and bright bore. The bluing is worn to an overall brown patina. The straight grip walnut stock has nice figure but needs finish and ends in a crescent butt. The forearm is checkered and retains original finish. In overall good condition. #51361 Requires FFL. 1,000 - 1,500
4AColt Lightning Slide Action Small Frame Rifle in 22 cal. The round barrel measures 24" with tubular magazine and fixed open sights. The bore is fair to good. The straight walnut stock has no checkering with Colt hard rubber butt plate. The forearm is checkered with chip at base and full length hairline which has been repaired. The metal has an overall brown patina and the gun would rate overall good condition. #9068 Requires FFL. 800 - 1,200
5 Winchester Model 1873 Third Model Sporting Rifle in 32-20. The octagon barrel measures 24" with adjustable rear sight and fair bore with pitting. The walnut straight stock has a crescent butt plate and capped forearm. The overall metal has a brown patina with light scratches on the receiver. The stock has a couple of gauges on the left side but overall good solid condition. #563 225 B Requires FFL. 800 - 1,200
6 Stevens No.14-1/2 "Little Scout" in 22 L.R. The round barrel measures 18" with fixed open sights and take down screw. Bore is fair. The stock is two piece with metal butt plate. The frame is case colored retaining about 60% color. The stock shows some in use wear which will clean up. NSN, Requires FFL. 200 - 300
7 Remington Model 550-1 Autoloader in 22 S, L, & LR. The barrel measures 24'' with tubular magazine. The floating chamber allows the use of all three 22c. sizes. The stock is plain with a pistol grip and solid Remington butt plate. In overall very good condition. NSN, Requires FFL. 150 - 300
8 Winchester M12 Pump in 16g. 2-3/4". The plain barrel measures 28" and marked Mod. The stock is plain with a pistol grip and grooved forearm. The length of pull is 13-1/4" ending in a solid "Decelerator" pad. Some light in use wear to wood, otherwise overall very good. #1715045 Requires FFL. 300 - 400
9 Remington Model Argentine 1879 Rolling Block Military Rifle. The round barrel measures 36", with good bore and held by three barrel bands. The Remington markings appear behind the hammer on top tang. The "Modello Argentino 1879 E.N." is stamped on the top flat above the chamber and RA proof is on right side. Overall metal condition is good with brown patina. The wood shows overall wear. #1234 Sold as antique. 200 - 300
10 German Model 71 Bolt Action Military Rifle. This was the first German cartridge rifle in 11x60RMM. The barrel measures 33-1/2" with blade front and adjustable rear sights. The back of the barrel is octagon with Amberg Crown along with gothic letter and crown proofs. The barrel is held by two bands and a front cap with bayonet lug. The metal has a brown patina with matching serial numbers. The stock shows overall wear with dings and scratches. #61001 Sold as antique. 300 - 500
11 Schmidt-Rubin Model 1911 in 7.5mm. The barrel measures 23" with bright bore and 6 shot magazine. The full length stock has a pistol grip held by two barrel bands with side sling mounts. The number 37 is below the serial number on the forward action. Overall very good condition with matching serial numbers. #119886 Requires FFL. 200 - 300
12 Replica H&R Model 1873 Cavalry Model Saddle Ring Carbine in 45-70 cal. The round barrel measures 22" with adjustable rear sight. The stock is held by a single barrel band and ends in a case colored butt plate. This rifle is as new and shoots modern ammunition. #2697 Requires FFL. 400 - 600
13 Replica Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver in 36 cal. in wood case. The octagon barrel measures 7-1/2" marked 36 Navy Model - Made in Italy. The frame is brass with wooden grips. Overall in very good plus condition. #26201 Black Powder only, sold as antique replica. 200 - 300
14 Replica Colt Navy Model 36 cal. The octagon barrel measures 5" with Italian proof marks. The frame is brass and the cylinder has a roll Navy engagement scene. The overall condition is very good to excellent. #19172 Black Powder only, sold as antique replica. 150 - 250
15 Replica Colt Pocket Revolver 31 cal. The octagon barrel measures 4" with Italian proof marks and under barrel marked "Black Power Only". The frame is brass and the cylinder has a rolled stagecoach hold-up scene. The pistol grip frame is marked FIE Italy on brass base. Overall very good condition. #11660 Black Powder only, sold as antique replica. 150 - 250
16 Replica Remington New Model Army Revolver in 44 cal. The octagon barrel measures 8" and marked 44 cal. New Army Model Made in Italy by Euroarms-Bresica-Italy. Wooden grips, blue finish, brass trigger guard and case colored trigger. In excellent condition. #5489 Black Powder only, sold as antique replica. 200 - 400
17 Replica Colt Navy Model 36 cal. The octagon barrel measures 7-1/2" and marked "Cal.36 Navy Model - Made in Italy ". The frame is brass with walnut grips. The barrel has some scratches, about 2" from cylinder, otherwise very good overall condition. #26226 Black Powder only, sold as antique replica. 200 - 300
18 Group of (2) replica flintlock musket and pistol. The musket has a 33" octagon blued barrel with fixed open sights. The lock is case colored with scroll deep engraving. The stock appears to be made of maple with brass hardware. The pistol has a 10" octagon blued barrel with scroll engraving and case colored lock and brass hardware. The wood appears to be stained maple. The grips shows indentations on bottom. Both firearms are marked Spain and show little wear. Sold as antique replicas. 200 - 400
19 Belgian unmarked percussion single shot pistol. The round screw off barrel measures 1-5/8", the overall length is 6-1/8". The frame has floral engraving with Belgian proof marks. The grip is fully checkered with folding trigger which is concealed until cocked. A quality small percussion pistol. In very good condition. Sold as antique. 400 - 500
20 Officer's sword or rapier, unmarked. The blade measures 32" with a brass guard and shagreen and braided wire handle. The scabbard has two suspension rings. Overall brown patina. 150 - 250
21 German artillery officer's saber marked Lorenz Stanko Munchen. The curved blade measures approx. 31" with etched floral design marked "In Treue Fest". The guard appears to be nickel plated (with light oxidation) and the handle is shagreen with braided wire. The scabbard is finished in black with some oxidation at base and a single ring. 200 - 300
22 Japanese cavalry saber type 32, circa 1899. The blade measures 30-1/4" and has #129992 at base with arsenal stamps on the guard. The wood grips are checkered. The scabbard is steel with single ring. The sword is in very good condition. The scabbard has surface oxidation. 200 - 400
23 HENRY KOEHLER (American, Long Island, b.1927), "George & Jane at Dumbleton", oil on paper, signed, titled, and dated 2002 at bottom, also titled, dated, and inscribed on artist's label to verso. Sight 8"h, 15-1/2"w. 800 - 1,200
24 FRANK BENSON (American, 1862-1951), "Three Geese" 1918, drypoint, pencil signed, paff 135. 8-1/8"h, 14-3/4"w. 200 - 400
25 JOYCE HAGERBAUMER REED (American, b.1945), "Grouse Head", pencil drawing, signed and dated 1965. 10"h, 8"w. 100 - 150
26 Group of (2) Frank Lowe color lithographs, to include: "Seclusion" after Roland Clark, (unframed, toning, water damage and creasing in margins), image 14"h, 18-1/4"w; and "Reflections" after J. Knapp, (unframed, toning, crease), image 14-3/4"h, 20-1/4"w. 100 - 150
27 COLIN GRAEME (British, 1858-1910), fox and pheasant, oil on canvas, signed lower right, canvas with Windsor Newton stamp. Unframed, varnish yellowed, few minor losses. Canvas 16"h, 22"w. 300 - 500
28 JERRY GADD (American, 20th century), "Canada Geese", watercolor, signed and dated 1986 lower right. Sight 17-1/2"h, 23"w. 200 - 300
29 Ducks Unlimited logo prototype, gouache on card laid to board, unsigned. Sight 12-1/4"h, 11-1/4"w. Mat burn, toning. Provenance: From the estate of Arthur M. Bartley, Bluepoint, L.I. 200 - 300
30 "The Geographical Distribution of the Family Charadriidae, or the Plovers, Sandpipers, Snipes, and Their Allies", H. Seebohm, Henry Sotheran & Co: London, having 20 hand colored plates (lacking Plate IV). 13"h, 10-1/2"w. Binding loose, spine torn, browning. Provenance: From the library of Carl L. Muller, Long Island sportsman and carver. 250 - 350
31 Large American alligator head with felt covered bottom, 19th century. Some chip and losses. 22"l, 11"w. 200 - 300
32 Brown grizzly bear rug, felt and burlap backed, 19th/20th century. 70"l, 66"w. Some repairs and small losses. Provenance: Third generation by descent. 1,000 - 1,500
33 Group of (5) Native American accessories, to include: three (3) pairs of children and adult beaded moccasins; beaded and fringe pouch in black with draw string; and round beaded pin. Minor bead loss. Largest Moccasin 8-1/4"l, 3-1/2"w 300 - 400
34 Plains beaded tobacco bag decorated with geometric motifs. Some minor wear. Overall 32"l, 7-1/4"w (includes fringe). 200 - 300
35 Native American small beaded woven basket with geometric designs. 2-1/2"h, 4-1/4"dia. 100 - 200
36 Group of (7) Native American woven baskets, to include: plaited splint bowl with porcupine twist motif, inscribed in ink to interior "Oct. 11th 1886/Indian Basket", illegibly inscribed on bottom; large coil basket; basket with woven star to center; two (2) seed baskets with geometric designs to body, (wear); miniature trinket basket with handle, (handle broken); and small covered basket with woven blue decoration to center and rim, (minor fraying). Largest basket 4-1/4"h, 10-1/2"dia. 150 - 250
37 Casas Grandes polychromed pottery jar with rounded bottom and geometric design. Surface wear and small chip to rim. 8-3/4"h, 9-1/2"dia. 300 - 400
38 Group of (2) Native American clay bowls with hand painted floral and bird designs. Surface wear. Larger bowl 4-1/2"h, 9"dia. 200 - 300
39 Group of (2) San Ildefanos blackware pottery bowls, to include: MARIA MARTINEZ (1887-1980), ovoid bowl signed "Marie", (surface wear), 4-3/4"h, 7"w; and DESIDERIA MONTOYA (1889-1982), small vase, signed "Desideria", (minor surface scratches and wear), 4-1/4"h, 4"dia. 500 - 700
40 Group of (6) black on black pottery items, to include: Mata Ortiz large ovoid bowl, signed "Sanbe"; Mata Ortiz wedding vase, signed and dated "Maricopa Indians, 1932" (surface wear); Santa Clara carved bowl with wave and half circle decoration, signed and inscribed "Ramona, Santa Clara" (Ramona Sisneros), (minor surface wear); two (2) small bowls one with geometric pattern, both unmarked, (one chip to one rim, surface wear); and small Dona Rosa three footed dish with shaped rim and foliate decoration to bowl, signed and inscribed "Coyotepec, Oax", (repaired). Large Mata Oritz bowl 6-1/2"h. 8-1/4"dia. 300 - 400
41 Group of Native American items, to include: (88) arrowheads, (10+) stone tools; pair of earrings depicting Native American head made from nickel; (3) pipes, including (2) carved pipes and one calinite ceremonial "T" pipe, (loss to one pipe); carved buttons, and numerous stone, bead and, shell artifacts and fragments. Calinite pipe 4-1/4"h, 8-1/4"w. 100 - 200
42 MARSHALL MITCHELL (American, b. 1917), "Broken Treaty", bronze, signed on base and numbered 7/35. 28"h (excluding base). 250 - 450
43 18th century Pennsylvania-Dutch carved wood canteen with iron bands, having incised date and decoration with "1749" and Latin text on one side and flower on verso. Surface losses and wood splits. 8-1/2"h, 7-1/4"w, 4"d. 600 - 800
44 American folk art wood drum paint decorated with roping and "G.A.R." monogram ("Grand Army of the Republic"), used as table. Paint and wood loss, some inpainting. 20"h, 23"dia. 150 - 250
45 Middletown, NY Fire Department Certificate (19th century), engraving with inked calligraphy, presented to Emmett A. Tire, dated 1877. Toning, light acid burn. Sheet 17"h, 19-3/4"w. 100 - 200
46 English leather fire bucket decorated with red and gold crest, stamped "Made in England" to bottom. Leather strap broken. 12"h, 10"dia. 150 - 250
47 Long Island Fireman's leather helmet with shield "Captain Hose, 1, BFD", (possibly Bridgehampton Fire Department), makers label for Carnes and Brother Inc., and original owners label, "Cook", affixed to back of brim. Wear from use. 15"l. 200 - 400
48 Fireman's hat birdhouse, painted composition in red and white with hinged top. 5-1/4"h, 9-1/4"w, 11-1/2"d. 150 - 250
49 "FCH Long Island Ducks" trademark decorated silverplated box for the Long Island Packers Inc., Eastport, N.Y. ; along with (4) yellow "FCH" tags. Wear to plating. 3-1/4"h, 6-3/4"w, 4-1/2"d. 75 - 125
50 Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club sterling silver and mixed metal two handled trophy cup, engraved "Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, July 4, 1903, Won by Nathalie", hallmarked and marked. Small dent and surface wear. 4-1/2"h, 3-5/8"dia. 75 - 125
51 19th century masthead ships lantern with bracket, painted green. Wear from use, electrified. 24-3/4"h 11-3/4"w. Provenance: Purchased from the home of Captain Jeremiah Hedges (1803-1880), Sag Harbor, N.Y. 150 - 250
52 Large copper and brass Anchor ship's lantern, 20th century. 19-3/4"h, 11-1/4"w. 100 - 200
53 CHARLES MAASS (American, 20th century), "Flying Cloud" tall ship at sea, oil on masonite, signed lower right, titled lower left. Light surface soiling, minor loss to edges and corners. Board 24"h, 36"w. 200 - 300
54 JOHAN JENS NEUMANN (Danish, 1860-1940),ships at sea, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, heavy inpaint. Canvas 17-1/4"h, 26-1/2"w. 200 - 300
55 JOHAN JENS NEUMANN (Danish, 1860-1940), ships near Kronborg castle, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1930 lower left. Light dirt and grime. Canvas 26-1/2"h, 39"w. 300 - 500
56 Interior scene with men in boat cabin (19th century), oil on canvas, signed illegibly lower right. Craquelure, water damage with minor losses along right side. Canvas 21"h, 16-3/4"w. 200 - 300
57 MOGENS EGE (Danish/American, 1892-1946), tall ship at sea, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, minor loss top center, dirt and grime. Canvas 21-1/2"h, 25-3/4"w. 200 - 400
58 Ship diorama of the "Aurora", unsigned, inscribed "Made in 1900" lower right. 19"h, 31"w, 5"d. 300 - 500
59 Yellow gas engine powered model plane, with applied labels "Pat Andy Sue" and "NY7046" to wings. Small tear to bottom. Wingspan 46"w. 150 - 200
60 Lionel Train Set, to include: (7) train cars in original boxes including, "The Right Way" model 64643 75; "Leigh Valley" model 641751; "Lionel Lines" model No. 3461; "Automobile Car" model X2458; "Operating Cattle Car" model 3656; "Automatic Refrigerated Milk Car" model 3462; one coal car model 2426W and the locomotive model 773, both without boxes; "Multi Control TrainMaster Type ZW Transformer" and "O Gauge Remote Control Track Set" model UCS-6 with original box; nine (9) K-Line train tracks; (6) brown Lionel tracks with no rubber platform; ten (10) curved K-Line tracks; track with house; and miscellaneous Lionel Train items. Shows wear from use, original boxes with tears and breaks. Locomotive train 14-1/2"l. 200 - 300
61 Lionel train and track mounted table lamp with "Lionel Standard" locomotive "Bild-A-Loco, No. 384E" and tender "No. 390-T". Overall 28"h, 16-1/2"w. 200 - 300
62 After KARL P. KOWALCZEWSKI (Polish, 1876-1927), "Mousse Siffleur", bronze, titled on front of base, with foundry stamp "Bronze Garanti au Titre L.V. Deposee" and numbered "A1070" to side of base. 17-1/4"h. 300 - 500
63 ARINA HUGENHOLTZ (Dutch, 1848-1934), couple walking on road, watercolor, signed lower right. Toning, yellowing along top. Sight 15-1/2"h, 20-3/4"w. 200 - 400
64 MAXIMILLIENNE GUYON (French, 1868-1903), garden picnic, watercolor, signed lower right. Toning, two small water spots left side, minor foxing. Sight 11-1/2"h, 18"w. 200 - 300
66 Woman on steps (early 20th century), watercolor on board, pencil signed illegibly lower right. Toning. Sight 24"h, 18"w. 150 - 250
67 HERNI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (French, 1864-1901), "Frontispiece (Yvette Guilbert)", lithograph printed in violet, with red Lautrec stamp lower left, published by Leicester Galleries with blind stamp lower right. Toning, light crease lower right corner. Sheet 13-3/4"h, 10-1/2"w. 300 - 500
68 Pair of Venetian brass sconces in harp form with foliate decorated pierced panels. Some mishaping. 26-1/2"h, 12-1/4"w, 6"d. 150 - 250
69 Brass mounted mahogany cylinder desk opening to a fitted interior with pull out writing surface, over a single drawer on tapering round fluted legs. Missing some brass hardware and trim. 45-1/4"h, 35"w, 20"d. 150 - 250
70 Pair mirrored three light sconces with etched floral decoration above three bronze candle holders with crystal drops, 19th/20th century. Loss of silvering, few minor chips, backing slightly bent at arms. 19"h (excluding drops). 400 - 600
71 Pair of bronze and porcelain mounted oval side tables having tilt tops with transfer decorated porcelain plaques depicting floral and classical scenes, supported by brass column atop spread eagles seated on tripod base with paw feet, 20th century. Losses and repairs. 25"h, 23-3/4"w, 16-1/4"d. 800 - 1,200
72 Carved Chinese alter table fitted with drawers, 19th century. 33-1/2"h, 42-3/4"w, 29-1/2"d. 200 - 400
73 Oriental rug. 12'9"l, 9'6"w. 5,000 - 6,000
74 Oriental rug. 8'l, 5'11"w. 500 - 600
75 Oriental rug. 20'2"l, 12'5"w. 5,000 - 6,000
76 Farmers in the field (Continental School, 19th/20th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Restoration with minor inpaint, small patched repair top center, craquelure with some paint shrinkage. Canvas 28-1/4"h, 36-1/4"w. 1,200 - 1,800
77 Pair of harbor scenes (Italian School, 18th/19th century), oil on canvas laid to board, unsigned. Craquelure, dirt and grime. 6-1/2"h, 9"w. 200 - 400
78 Dutch shoreline (19th/early 20th century), oil on canvas laid to masonite, unsigned. Scattered inpaint. Canvas 24"h, 36"w. 200 - 300
79 Harbor with dry docked boat (20th century), oil on canvas, monogrammed JCS lower right. Craquelure, dirt and grime. Canvas 31"h, 38-1/2"w. 150 - 250
80 ARNOLD MAC GORTER (Dutch, 1866-1933), river landscape with windmill, watercolor, signed lower right. Toning, light foxing. Sight 8-1/2"h, 12"w. 300 - 500
81 ILIO GIANNACCINI (Italian, 1897-1968), "Vesuvio" landscape with huts, oil on canvas, signed and titled lower left. Canvas loose, dirt and grime, small surface scratch bottom center. Canvas 27-3/4"h, 39-3/4"w. 300 - 500
82 Portrait of woman in red cape (Continental School, 18th/19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Unframed, relined, restorations with inpaint, craquelure. Canvas 32-1/4"h, 27"w. 300 - 500
83 CHARLES F. SHUCK (American, 1867-1896), Dutch girl with goose, watercolor, signed lower left. Sight 16-3/4"h, 12-3/4"w. 200 - 300
84 RONALD OSSORY DUNLOP (Irish, 1894-1973), "Andrew in Blue Cap", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled and dated 1954 on J. Leger & Son label on verso. Canvas loose, minor losses and flaking along bottom, repair lower left. Canvas 20"h, 16"w. 600 - 800
85 MICK CAWSTON (American, 1959-2006), terrier, pastel, signed at bottom, with ink wash vignettes of terriers on matting. Light toning, pastel sheet waving. Pastel sight 12"h, 10"w; mat sight 19-1/4"h, 15"w. 400 - 600
86 Boy playing with dog (early 20th century), oil on canvas, signed "Wittkowski" lower left. Light craquelure, scattered inpaint. Canvas 20"h, 14"w. 400 - 600
87 Portrait of ship captain (British School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Wax relined, craquelure, inpaint. Canvas 36-1/4"h, 29"w. 300 - 500
88 British School, 19th century, View of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, England, oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, dirt and grime. Canvas 16"h, 22"w. 800 - 1,200
89 WILLIAM JAMES FERGUSON (British, 19th/20th century), landscape with church, watercolor, signed lower left. Toning, pin holes to corners. Sight 15-1/4"h, 22"w. 200 - 300
90 DAVID MUIRHEAD BONE (British, 1876-1953), "Cathedrals and Bishops Palace, Zamora", ink and watercolor, signed lower right, titled on label to verso. Toning, waving. Sheet 4-1/4"h, 5-1/2"w. 300 - 400
91 English 19th century mahogany faux book front cabinet, having two large doors decorated with book spines, over a large bottom drawer, in two parts. Wear and minor repairs, lacking interior shelves. 73-1/2"h, 50-1/2"w, 24-1/4"d. 800 - 1,200
92 Large 19th century carved giltwood mirror framed with pierced scrollwork and flower heads against rocaille trim, with a phoenix bird flanked by putti. Repairs and reinforced backing. 82-3/4"h, 45-1/2"w. 1,000 - 2,000
93 Pair Neoclassical gilt bronze five light figural candelabra on trefoil base. 28-3/4"h, 9-1/2"w. 800 - 1,200
94 English rosewood veneered writing desk with leather top and three drawers on turned legs, 19th century. Wear and loss to veneer. 30-1/4"h, 49-1/2"w, 24"d. 200 - 400
95 19th century English mahogany shepherds crook armchair in green velvet upholstery. 36-1/4"h, 24-1/2"w, 25-1/2"d. 100 - 200
96 19th century round oak side table on three triangular splayed legs with shelf. Shows wear, some minor loss to feet. 28"h, 25"dia. 100 - 200
97 Tambour roll-top travel desk with a slotted interior and drawers. Wear with scratches from use and age. 8"h, 15-3/4"w, 11-1/2"d. 150 - 200
98 19th century Black Forest carved table clock with foxes and game birds surrounded by leaf and flower forms, with applied blue enamel Roman numerals to face. Minor losses including one bird beak. 22-1/4"h, 17"w. 2,500 - 4,500
99 Black Forest carved seated gnome on branch table barometer, labeled "Sturmisch Regen Veranderlich Schon S. Trocken". Repair to hand, age splits and barometer loose. 14"h, 9"w. 400 - 600
100 Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co. brass mantel clock with porcelain face and four sided beveled glass panels. 9-1/2"h, 6-1/2"w, 5-1/4"d. 150 - 250
101 Group of (2) French carriage clocks, to include: Richard & Co. filigree decorated brass case with fold-down handle, 5"h; 2-1/2"w; small silver plated clock marked "Made in France", (back door does close completely, plate loss, chips to corners of glass), 3"h, 2-1/4"w. 150 - 250
102 Pair of painted bronze Tiffany bookends in the Zodiac pattern, stamped "Tiffany Studios New York 1091". Crazing. 6"h, 5-1/4"d. 300 - 400
103 Bronze dresser box with hinged lid, inset mother of pearl to lid and all sides, having decorative mounts and four scroll feet, overall tooled decoration, unmarked. Silk lining worn, wood base detached from bronze. 4-1/2"h, 5-1/2"w, 4-3/4"d. 150 - 200
104 Group of (3) hand painted portraits on oval porcelain plaques, all unsigned, larger marked "K13", smaller two marked "15". Unframed, few small surface scratches. Largest 4-3/4"h, 3-1/2"w. 100 - 200
105 Set of (13) hand painted Dresden fashion plates, to include: twelve (12) dinner plates and one charger, all marked and signed "German Fashions in 1500-1550" on bottom. Minor wear, firing crack to back of plate. Charger 13-1/2"dia, dinner plate 10-1/4"dia. 150 - 250
106 Meissen porcelain figural group, having flute players surrounded by four figures holding garland, signed underneath. Some repairs and losses. Overall 17"h. 400 - 600
107 Lladro porcelain figure "Far Away Thought", stamped on bottom and signed "Esculp. J. Coderch, Decor. P. Perez, No. 479". Minor losses to flower pedals. 13-1/2"h, 13-3/4"w. 500 - 700
108 Vista Alegre Portuguese porcelain chess set, "Moors vs. Christians", with hand painted chess pieces, chessboard and case, all pieces stamped on bottom, 20th century. Repairs and chips to pieces and case. Board 18-1/4"l, 13-1/2 w. Largest chess piece 4-1/4"h. 500 - 1,000
109 Boxed set of (12) Russian 875 silver spoons having cloisonne decoration and twisted handles and Moscow's delta assay mark below turned head of import, early 20th century, in fitted case labeled "Muir & Meribis". 5-3/4"l. Total approx weight 10.5 troy oz. 1,000 - 1,500
110 Bruckmann & Sohne German 800 silver oval centerpiece with cut crystal shaped rim liner, having full bodied putti playing horns seated on ornate scroll handles, with engraved crests on central cartouches to front and back of body, supported by four scroll feet, hallmarked and marked. Chips to liner rim. 7-3/4"h, 20"w, 9"d. Total approx weight 48.4 troy oz (excluding liner). 1,500 - 2,500
111 Pair of Bruckmann & Sohne, German 800 silver two-handled oval sweet meat dishes, on four scroll feet, with scroll and cartouche decorations, marked, with later glass liners. Slightly misshapen. Silver base 3"h, 10-1/4"w, 7"d. Approximate weight 15.3 troy oz. excluding liners. 600 - 800
112 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. 500 - 600
113 Georgian three piece sterling silver tea set by McHattie & Fenwick, Edinburgh, 1802, to include: teapot with ebonized handle, creamer, and two handled sugar bowl, all monogrammed, hallmarked. Repair to teapot seam above spout, dents. Total approx. weight 27.6 troy oz. 300 - 400
114 Set of (6) Baltimore Silversmith's Manufacturing Co. sterling silver footed cups, all monogrammed "R" and marked on bottom. 6-3/4"h, 4-3/4"dia. Total approximate weight 48.1 troy oz. 500 - 600
115 Set of (6) Daniel Hedges Jr., East Hampton, New York, 18th/19th century, teaspoons, monogrammed, all marked on bottom. 5-1/2"l. Total approx weight 2.8 troy oz. 100 - 200
116 J.C. Klinkosch, Austrian silver seven piece dresser set, to include: (2) glass cologne bottles with silver tops; (2) oval glass boxes with silver lids; handheld taper with leaf form finger ring; bell; and weighted candlestick; all hallmarked and marked. One bottle with damage to top. Candlestick 8-1/4"h, 5"w. Total approx. weight 21.1 troy oz (excluding weighted candlestick and glass). 200 - 300
117 Pair of Ahrendt and Kautzman sterling silver flasks in original leather case, makers mark on bottom. Case as found with detached sides and cover flap. Each flask 9"h, 5-1/4"w, 1-1/2"d. Total approximate weight 45.9 troy oz. 400 - 500
118 Lalique "Esterel" ovoid vase, signed on bottom. Minor chip to inner rim, small polished area on outer rim. 6-1/4"h, 6-1/2"dia. 500 - 700
119 Pair of Lalique "Dampierre" footed vases, signed on bottom. 4-7/8"h, 4-1/2"dia. 200 - 400
120 Lalique "Rosine" small footed vase, signed on bottom. 5"h, 4"w. 100 - 200
121 Pair of Lalique "Femmes" whiskey tumbler glasses, signed to bottom. One rim slightly uneven. 3-3/4"h, 3-3/8"dia. 150 - 200
122 Set of (6) Baccarat brandy glasses, stamped on bottom, in original box. 4-1/2"h, 3-1/2"w. 100 - 200
123 Group of (2) Baccarat rose swirl decanters, to include: decanter with stopper, unmarked, (chips to bottom of stopper), 10"h, 5-1/2"w; cologne bottle with stopper, unmarked. 5-3/4"h. 3-3/4"w. 150 - 200
124 Tiffany Studios gold Favrile glass footed bowl, signed "L.C. Tiffany Favrile 1702". Minor flea bite to rim. 4"h, 10-5/8"dia. 300 - 500
125 Tiffany Studios gold Favrile glass floriform footed compote with intaglio ivy decoration, signed "L.C.T. - Favrile" and numbered 2984. Minor flea bites to bottom edge of foot. 4"h, 7-3/4"dia. 300 - 500
126 Tiffany Studios Favrile gold ribbed floriform vase, signed and marked "8267 H, L.C. Tiffany - Favrile". 6-7/8"h, 2-3/4"w. 500 - 700
127 Tiffany Studios gold and purple Favrile glass footed cup, signed "L.C. Tiffany 3017". 5-3/8"h, 4-1/2"dia. 150 - 250
128 Tiffany Studios gold Favrile glass vase, signed on bottom "L.C. Tiffany Favrile 6170". 4-1/4"h, 4-1/4"w. 100 - 200
129 Group of (2) Durand vases with leaf and vine pattern and applied gilt threading, unsigned. Loss to threading. Larger vase 8-1/2"h, 3-3/4"dia. 200 - 300
130 Durand glass vase in King Tut pattern, unsigned. 7"h, 4-1/2"dia. 300 - 400
131 Emile Galle cameo art glass iris vase. Drilled for lamp, surface scratches. 16-1/2"h, 6-1/2"dia. 150 - 250
132 Daum pate de verre sculpture, "Torse de Roche", signed "Frydman", also marked "Daum", "France", and numbered 88/200. Minor fleck to top. 9"h. 200 - 400
133 WERNER DREWES (German/American, 1899-1985), "Sunset", engraving and softground etching, pencil signed lower right. Plate 4-3/4"h, 10-1/4"w. 300 - 500
134 ART BRENNER (American, 1924-2013), abstract rooftops, gouache, unsigned. Light toning and mat burn, pin holes and tears in margins. Sight 20"h, 14"w. 300 - 500
135 ART BRENNER (American, 1924-2013), abstract with green triangle, ink and watercolor, pencil signed and dated '45 lower left. Light mat burn and toning. Sight 15-1/4"h, 12"w. 300 - 500
136 PETER MAX (American, b.1937), "Liberty Head", collage mixed media with acrylic over print. Float mounted. Sheet Image 14"h, 12"w. 300 - 400
137 JOHN F. PUSKAS (American, 1917-2001), abstract, enamel on copper plate, signed, dated 1952, and inscribed lower right. Lightly warped, float mounted. Plate 11-1/4"h, 9"w. 200 - 400
138 JOHN F. PUSKAS (American, 1917-2001), small abstract, mixed media, signed and dated '61 lower right. Craquelure. Sight 5-1/4"h, 3"w. 150 - 250
139 R.N. RAVAL (20th century), abstract figures, oil on canvas, signed lower right and on verso. Craquelure. Canvas 27-1/2"h, 27-1/4"w. 400 - 600
140 JOHN F. PUSKAS (American, 1917-2001), cubist musician, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1949 lower left. Craquelure with minor paint shrinkage. Canvas 15"h, 20-1/4"w. 200 - 400
141 PAUL LLUIS FORNES (Spanish, 1930-2006), two reclining figures, oil on canvas, signed and dated 57 lower left. Two small holes, minor craquelure, wear at edges of canvas. Canvas 26-1/4"h, 39-1/4"w. 600 - 800
142 CATHERINE FOLATRE (French/American, b. 1955), "Naif", oil on board, signed and dated 68 lower right, titled and dated to verso. Craquelure with paint shrinkage. Board 25-1/2"h, 20"w. 200 - 300
143 VIRGINIA WYLIE (American, Long Island, 1918-1999), abstract landscape, oil on canvas, unsigned. Minor surface soiling. Canvas 24"h, 20"w. 300 - 500
144 JOAN NELSON (American, b.1958), small landscape with tree and bird, encaustic on wood block, signed, inscribed "For Jeanne with love & gratitude", and dated 1996 to verso. Wood block 3"h, 4"w, 1-1/2"d. Provenance: gift from the artist and thence by descent, piece is accompanied by letter from the owner detailing provenance. 1,000 - 2,000
145 HEIDI ENDEMANN (American, 20th/21st century), agave plant and lizards, watercolor and gold leaf on paper, monogrammed lower right "HE". Sight 38-1/4"h, 29"w. 1,000 - 1,500
146 CURTIS JERE (American, 1910-2008), Chinese junk polychromed mixed metal wall sculpture, signed on lower right. 28-1/4"h, 32-1/4"w. 150 - 200
147 CURTIS JERE (American, 1917-2007), steamboat "Dixie", polychromed mixed metal wall sculpture, signed. Minor paint loss, few misshapen wires. 19"h, 47-1/2"w. 150 - 250
148 ROBERT S. GREENBURG (American, 20th/21st century), driftwood mobile, monogrammed and dated '05. Repair. 44"h, 78"w. 300 - 500
149 ED MELL (American, b.1942), "Three Sisters", lithograph in colors, signed and numbered 94/100 lower right. Sheet 17"h, 24-3/4"w. 400 - 600
150 CONRAD MARCA-RELLI (American, 1913-2000), circus tent in moonlight, oil on masonite, signed lower left. Craquelure with paint shrinkage, minor inpaint, light dirt and grime, minor surface scratch lower left. Board 24"h, 28"w. 4,000 - 6,000
151 CONRAD MARCA-RELLI (American, 1913-2000), "Summer Afternoon", oil on canvas board, signed and dated 3-43 lower right, titled on Niveau Gallery label to verso. Craquelure, inpaint, losses, dirt and grime. Board 16"h, 20"w. 3,000 - 5,000
152 IVAN KURACH (Ukranian, 1909-1968), landscape, oil on paper, pencil signed lower right. Sight 13-1/4"h, 18"w. 300 - 500
153 DENISE REGAN (American, 20th/21st century), "Flowers in Vase", mixed media on paper, signed lower right, label to verso with artist, title, and date. Sheet 21"h, 19-1/4"w. 800 - 1,200
154 VIRGINIA WYLIE (American, Long Island, 1918-1999), still life with teapot and masks, oil on canvas, signed lower right and to verso. Light dirt and grime. Canvas 24"h, 30"w. 300 - 400
155 VIRGINIA WYLIE (American, Long Island, 1918-1999), still life with table and fruit, oil on canvas, signed lower right and to verso. Minor craquelure, light dirt and grime. Canvas 24"h, 30"w. 300 - 400
156 Early large iridescent drip and crackle glaze vase, unsigned. 12-1/2"h, 15"w. 200 - 400
157 JEAN GERBINO (French, 1876-1966), group of (2) Vallauris vases, stamped on bottom. Hairline to taller vase. Taller 16-1/4"h. 400 - 500
158 DOUG IRISH-HOSLER (American, b. 1942), group of (2) hand painted pottery bowls, both signed and dated "1986" on bottom. Larger vase 5-1/2"h, 10-1/4"dia. 200 - 300
159 Pair of large Saturday Evening Girls candlesticks, marked on bottom. 3-1/4", 7-1/4"w. 100 - 150
160 Group of (6) early Rookwood tableware pieces in "Blue Ship" pattern, all marked on bottom, to include: dinnerware charger, (surface wear), 13-1/2"dia; teapot with lid, 4-1/8"h; small hot plate, (minor surface wear), 6"dia; two handled sugar bowl, (lacking lid), 2-3/4"h, 2"dia; teacup, 2-3/8"h, 3-1/2"dia; and espresso cup, 2"h, 2-1/4"dia. 200 - 300
161 Pair of Fulper spiral form candlesticks with yellow and green glaze. Crazing. 14-1/4"h. 150 - 250
162 Van Briggle Native American head pottery vase in blue, signed. Crazing. 12-1/2"h, 5-1/2"dia. 200 - 300
163 Van Briggle figural pottery vase depicting Native American woman, signed to bottom. 7-3/4"h, 5"w. 100 - 200
164 Green glazed pottery vase, 20th century, stamped and signed on bottom. 7-1/2"h, 7"w. 100 - 200
165 Small Gustav Stickley oak sideboard with dish rack, having a long top drawer over three central drawers flanked by two cabinet doors, 1912-1916 Craftsman Workshops paper label and burned mark on drawer side. Repair to front leg. 45"h, 48"w, 18-3/4"d. 400 - 600
166 Gustav Stickley oak dinner gong, 1912-1916 burned in mark. Replaced gong, lacking hammer. 30-3/4"h, 31"w, 12"d. 500 - 700
167 Arts and Crafts wrought iron six light chandelier. 33-1/2"h, 31"dia. 200 - 300
168 L & JG Stickley round oak expandable dining room table with drop down legs on pedestal base, 1912-1920 burned in mark, "The Works of L & JG Stickley", along with (5) leaves. Wear from use. 29-1/2"h, 54"dia, each leaf 11-1/4"w. 1,200 - 1,800
169 Set of (6) Arts & Crafts dining room chairs, including one armchair, with brown velvet upholstered dropseats, each with Quaker Mission Craft decal. Minor repair to armchair. Armchair 37-1/2"h, 25"w, 19-1/2"d. 700 - 900
170 Oriental rug. 14'7"l, 10'8"w. 2,500 - 3,500
171 Oriental rug. 9'4"l, 6'1"w. 1,500 - 2,500
172 Arts and Crafts oak square pedestal. 34-1/4"h, 13"sq. 50 - 100
173 Set of (4) Arts & Crafts armchairs by the Sikes Chair Company, each with Quaker Mission Craft decal as well as the Sikes paper label. One seat needs reupholstery. 39-3/4"h, 26-1/2"w, 24-1/2"d. 400 - 600
174 Limbert Arts & Crafts oak rocking chair, with brand mark. 32-1/2"h, 27-1/4"w, 28-1/4"d. 150 - 250
175 Stickley footstool newly upholstered in leather, 1912-1916 burned in mark. Missing some tacks. 15"h, 20"w, 16"d. 75 - 150
176 Arts and Crafts hanging light with mica shade. One strap joint detached. 18-1/4"h, 9"w. 100 - 200
177 L & JG Stickley round oak tea table having thru-post construction above a lower shelf, bottom with stenciled "508". Wear from use. 24"h, 24"dia. 300 - 500
178 Small three light brass and iron chandelier with yellow glass scalloped shades. Some chips to shades. 16-1/4"h. 100 - 200
179 Arts and Crafts hexagonal hanging tole lantern with mica shade. Some scrolls bent. 18"h, 10"w 100 - 200
180 Stickley small brass rectangular stamp box, stamped to lid. Slightly misshapen. 1-1/2"h, 3-1/2"w, 1-3/4"d. 75 - 125
181 Pair of Arts and Crafts hammered copper bookends, monogrammed "G" to center. 5-1/2'h, 8-1/2"w 100 - 200
182 Group of (2) Roycroft items, to include: copper basket with spiral handle and scalloped edge, marked to bottom. 7"h, 8"dia; and silver plated hammered copper bread tray, marked to bottom, (surface loss), 14-1/2"l, 5-7/8"w. 150 - 250
183 HOWARD RUSSELL BUTLER (American, 1856-1934), "Mount Rincon from Eucalyptus Point", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled and dated 1907 on label to verso. Craquelure, dirt and grime, canvas waving lightly. Canvas 25"h, 32"w. 1,000 - 2,000
184 ARCHIE DUGAL (CAPTAIN) MACINTYRE (American, 1890-1953), desert mountains, oil on canvas board, signed lower right. Minor dirt and grime. Board 6"h, 8"w. 300 - 500
185 MARY NICHOLENA MACCORD (American, 1864-1955), Panama-Pacific International Exposition Center, San Francisco, gouache, signed lower right. Minor inpaint at top. Sight 9-1/2"h, 7-3/4"w. 300 - 500
186 EDWARD BRUCE (American, 1879-1943), canyon river through the trees, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Light craquelure. Canvas 18"h, 14"w. 200 - 300
187 After ALBERT BIERSTADT (American, 1830-1902), "The Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak", engraving, by James Smillie. As found with tears to outer edges of image, sheet laid down around edges. Image 16-3/4"h, 28"w. 700 - 900
188 Landscape with waterfall (American School 19th/early 20th), oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, wear to canvas from stretcher, scattered inpaint, minor dents. Canvas 24"h, 20"w. 200 - 300
189 EDWARD BROWASKI (American, 20th century), small autumn coastal landscape, oil on panel, signed and dated lower right and to verso. Dirt and grime. Panel 5-1/2"h, 7"w. 150 - 250
190 ROBERT MAIONE (American, 1932-1987), "Summer Afternoon", oil on canvas, signed lower left, titled to stretcher, bears Harbor Gallery, NY label. Craquelure with some paint shrinkage. Canvas 18-1/2"h, 15"w. 400 - 600
191 Attributed to HENDRIK-DIRK KRUSMAN VAN ELTEN (American, 1829-1904), landscape with cottage, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Craquelure, scattered inpaint, small repairs. Canvas 13"h, 21"w. 600 - 800
192 KARL NYGURT (20th century), autumn landscape, oil on masonite, signed and dated 1953 lower right. Craquelure, flaking with minor losses. Board 24"h, 30"w. 200 - 300
193 ABRAHAM ROSENTHAL (American, 1886-1963), village road, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 24-1/4"h, 36"w. 300 - 500
194 Farm on hillside (20th century), oil on canvas, signed illegibly lower left. Minor craquelure. Canvas 12"h, 20-1/2"w. 200 - 300
195 MAURICE A. BRANDT (American, 20th century), autumn landscape, watercolor, signed and dated 1953 lower left. Toning, waving. Sight 10-1/4"h, 13-3/4"w. 150 - 250
196 Set of (4) Northwind carved oak side chairs, 19th/20th century. 39-3/4"h. 150 - 250
197 19th century Aesthetic chip carved walnut stand. Wear from use and age. 30-1/4"h, 21-1/4"w, 21-1/4"d. 150 - 250
198 Stained glass table lamp with metal base and Hubbell light sockets, unmarked. Overall 22"h, 18-3/4"dia. 300 - 400
199 Handel harp shape floor lamp with later green glass shade, mixed metal, signed on bottom. 56-1/2"h. 300 - 400
200 Pair of brass octagonal hanging lanterns, one with yellow tinted glass panes. 8"h. 100 - 200
201 Pair of shaped mirror single light sconces with etched flower detail, 20th century. Minor lifting of silvering. 18"h, 6"w, 6"d. 150 - 250
202 Pair of brass elevator signals with red and clear glass arrows. Minor wear. 9"h, 4-3/4"w. 150 - 200
203 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "MacDougal Alley, Between West 8th Street and Washington Square", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" stamp to verso, with title, location, negative number, and dated March 20, 1936 in pencil. Unframed, small creases and wear to corners. 8"h, 10"w. 1,000 - 2,000
204 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "South and DePeyster Streets", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" stamp to verso, with title, location, negative number, and dated 11/26/35 in ink. Unframed, small creases and wear to corners. 8"h, 10"w. 1,000 - 1,500
205 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Vista: Thames Street", gelatin silver print, numbered 282 in the negative at top, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #282, and dated January 15, 1938 in ink. Unframed but matted, light emulsion loss and silvering around edges. 10"h, 8"w. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Lower West Side) plate 4. 800 - 1,200
206 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), group of (3) unframed etchings, to include: "The East Side", pencil signed bottom center, titled lower left, (toning and foxing) plate 4"h, 6"w; "After the Fire", pencil signed bottom center, titled to verso, (light toning and foxing) plate 8-1/2'h, 10"w; and tenement laundry lines, unsigned, (toning and foxing) plate 11"h, 8-1/4"w. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 150 - 200
207 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), "The Sooty Shop", etching, pencil signed and titled along bottom. Unframed, foxing. Sheet 11-8/4"h, 8"w. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 100 - 150
208 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), group of (2) unframed etchings, to include: truss bridge, pencil signed bottom center, (light toning) plate 7"h, 9"w; and suspension bridge, unsigned, (light toning and foxing) plate 11"h, 8"w. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 150 - 200
209 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), group of (2) unframed etchings, to include: "Freighter Beside Docks", unsigned, titled lower left margin, (foxing) plate 3-1/2"h, 9"w; and "The Three Schooners", unsigned, titled to verso, (light foxing, minor soiling in margins) plate 6"h, 10"w. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 100 - 200
210 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), group of (3) seascapes with sunset, watercolor on paper, unsigned. Unframed, light toning, foxing. Sunset with boat 8"h, 13-1/2"w. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 100 - 150
211 DEBORAH DORSEY (American, 20th/21st), New York cafe, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas 16"h, 20"w. 200 - 300
212 PHILIP REISMAN (American, 1904-1992), older couple seated on train, oil on board, signed and dated 1946 lower right. Board 18"h, 14"w. 800 - 1,200
213 ALFRED MCNAMARA (American, 1911-1994), Staten Island Market, oil on board, signed lower right. Small loss top center, few minor surface abrasions. Board 30"h, 40"w. 600 - 800
214 ALFRED MCNAMARA (American 1911-1994), "Girl With Plant", oil on masonite, signed lower right, signed and titled on verso. Unframed, wear to edges, minor loss lower right, light dirt and grime. Board 18"h, 23-3/4" 200 - 300
215 EDITH MOREHOUSE (American, 1899-1979), portrait of girl holding doll, oil on canvas, signed lower right, inscribed "Beatrice Bryan" on stretcher. Minor scattered losses, small dent upper left, light dirt and grime. Canvas 38"h, 30"w. 400 - 600
216 PAUL KLEINSCHMIDT (American, 1883-1949), group of (2) etchings, to include: reclining nude "Venus mit dem Spiegel", etching, pencil signed, dated '23 and inscribed at bottom, plate 9-3/4"h, 15-1/2"w; and wedding feast, etching, pencil signed and dated 1923 lower left, plate 9-3/4"h, 11-3/4"w. 200 - 300
217 PAUL KLEINSCHMIDT (American, 1883-1949), group of (3) etchings, to include: "Trobe" (three women), pencil signed, dated '24 and titled at bottom, plate 11"h, 9-1/2"w; woman at dressing table, pencil signed, dated '22 and inscribed at bottom, plate 11-3/4"h, 9-1/2"w; and two women in dressing room, pencil signed, dated 1922 at bottom, plate 10-1/4"h, 8-3/4"w. 300 - 400
218 F. STRAZULO (20th century), nude, carved wood, signed on base. Minor surface abrasions. Base 12"l, 5-1/2"w. 150 - 250
219 19th century American giltwood mirror, attributed to Isaac Platt, New York, fleur-de-lis corners, foliate decorated reeded column frame. Reguilded, minor losses. 31"h, 57"w. 300 - 500
220 New England mahogany serpentine front swing leg card table with conforming skirt on acanthus carved, turned, tapered and reeded legs, on ball feet. Top repaired at hinges, some areas of finish loss. 29-1/2"h, 37-1/2"w, 18-1/2"d(closed). 300 - 500
221 New England mahogany tilt top candlestand having a shaped top on turned column and spider legs. Repair to column at leg joint. 30-1/2"h, 26-3/4"w, 17-3/4"d. 150 - 250
222 19th century American mahogany wash stand with three-quarter back splash, single drawer, pull out towel rack and bottom shelf. Top with later added step. 31-3/4"h, 29-3/4"w, 20-1/4"d. 100 - 200
223 WILLIAM MATTHEW PRIOR (American, 1806-1873), "Mrs. Polly Johnson", oil on canvas, signed, dated "Apr: 1848", and titled on verso. Significant restoration, relined with heat treatment, craquelure, minor surface abrasions. Canvas 27"h, 22-1/4"w. 2,500 - 3,500
224 Folky portrait of gentleman (American, 19th century), oil to canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, canvas loose, dirt, grime, and mold, scattered inpaint. Canvas 24"h, 20"w. 200 - 400
225 Portrait of lady in black dress with flowers (American School, 19th century), oil on canvas laid to board, unsigned. Craquelure, dirt and grime, minor inpaint, small losses and surface scratches. Board 29"h, 23-1/2"w. 300 - 500
226 Portrait of a gentleman (American School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Unframed, relined, craquelure, inpaint. Canvas 27"h, 21-3/4"w. 200 - 300
227 Group of (2) 19th century landscapes, depicting figures on road, oil on board, unsigned. Minor losses, wear around edges. Boards 8"h, 7"w. 200 - 300
228 AUGUSTE EDOUART (French/American, 1789-1861), large family group silhouette portrait, cut figures on ink wash interior scene background, signed and inscribed "1839, 411 Broadway New York" lower left, bears Museum of Fine Art Boston label attached to verso. Toning, foxing, staining. 19"h, 31"w. 1,000 - 2,000
229 AUGUSTE EDOUART (French/American, 1789-1861), group silhouette of seated gentleman and two children, cut figures on lithograph of interior scene background, ink signed and inscribed "Saratoga Aug. 18th, 1843" bottom center. Light toning and foxing with darkening to edges. Sheet 12-1/2"h, 15"w. 600 - 800
230 AUGUSTE EDOUART (French/American, 1789-1861), group of (2) cut silhouettes, to include: lady on terrace holding letter, with lithograph background scene, ink signed and dated 1833 lower right (toning, small tear center left edge) sheet 10-3/4"h, 7"w; and gentleman tassled cap in interior room near window, with background scene in ink wash, ink signed and dated 1829 lower left (toning, minor foxing) sheet 13"h, 8-1/4"w. 600 - 800
231 AUGUSTE EDOUART (French/American, 1789-1861), silhouettes of Isaac and Phoebe Carlson, cut paper figures with ink wash background, signed and inscribed "Baltimore 1841" lower left, subjects identified at bottom. Toning, light foxing and acid burn. Sheet 10"h, 14"w. 300 - 500
232 EDWARD LAMSON HENRY (American, 1841-1919), post office, watercolor, signed lower right. Toning, minor foxing and surface abrasions. Sight 11"h, 16-3/4"w. 400 - 600
233 BIRCH BURDETTE LONG (American, 1878-1927), architectural rendering, watercolor on paper, monogrammed lower right. Toning, foxing, light acid burn. Sight 18-3/4"h, 25-1/2"w. 150 - 250
234 JOHN HARE (American, 1908-1978), Provincetown houses, watercolor, signed lower right. Light toning. Sight 9-1/2", 11-3/4"w. 200 - 300
235 S. STELLA HENOCH (American, 20th century), "Water's Edge", watercolor, signed and dated '35 lower left, titled and dated on verso. Unframed, light toning and mat burn, minor water staining left side, adhesive residue along top margin. Sheet 13-3/4"h, 18-1/4"w. 200 - 300
236 ERNEST E. PETTENGILL (American, 1886-1951), two boats in harbor, oil on canvas board, signed and dated '35 lower right and to verso. Craquelure, dirt and grime. Board 20"h, 16"w. 200 - 300
237 ALICE JOLINE (American, 20th century), fisherman on the beach, oil on canvas board, signed to verso. Dirt and grime. Sight 5"h, 7"w. 75 - 150
238 House on shore (American School, early 20th century), watercolor, signed illegibly and dated '05 lower left. Toning, mat burn, light water staining. Sight 9-1/4"h, 14-1/2"w. 200 - 300
239 CARLTON THEODORE CHAPMAN (American, 1860-1925), "The Storm Edge", oil on canvas, signed lower left, signed and titled to verso. Minor craquelure. Canvas 22"h, 29-3/4"w. 800 - 1,200
240 GEORGE HERBERT MCCORD (American, 1848-1909), boat launching, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Canvas 12-1/4"h, 20"w. 800 - 1,200
241 ANDREW WINTER (American, 1893-1958), "Cold Spring Village", oil on canvas board, signed lower left, titled to verso, bears Wallace Gallery and Allied Artists of America labels. Minor craquelure. Board 12"h, 16"w. 1,500 - 2,000
242 ALBERT INSLEY (American, 1842-1937), landscape with stream (near Nanuet, NY), oil on panel, signed lower left, bears partial label from Frederick Loeser to frame. Horizontal craquelure to panel. Panel 12"h, 18"w. 500 - 700
243 18th century Long Island blanket chest in dark green paint, having a lift top with strap hinges over three drawers. 42-3/4"h, 41"w, 18-1/2"d. 400 - 600
244 Small American blue painted blanket chest, early 19th century. 21-1/4"h, 41-1/2"w, 15-3/4"d. 150 - 250
245 19th century grain painted two door cupboard. Shows wear from use. 52-1/4"h, 46"w, 16-1/2"d. 400 - 600
246 Group of (2) country items, to include: splint winnowing fan basket, 13"h, 35-1/2"w, 22"d; and wooden cooking ladle, 35-3/4"l, bowl 6-1/2"dia. 150 - 200
247 Silas-Carle & Nephew stoneware jug with cobalt decoration, incised "Silas-Carle, & Nephew, Druggists, 199. Water, CR. Fulton. St, New-York", 19th century. Hairline to handle, surface loss. 11-1/2"h. 150 - 300
248 Group of (2) one gallon New York stoneware jugs, to include: Lyons jug with blue leaf decoration, 13"h; Cepharis & Co., Geddes N.Y. jug with blue flower decoration, (chips to spout), 10-3/4"h. 200 - 300
249 DAVID BURLIUK (American, 1882-1967), "Hampton Bays N.Y.", oil on canvas mounted on board, signed, titled, and dated 1955 lower left. Craquelure, small loss bottom center. Board 16"h, 20"w. Notes: Accompanied by letter of authenticity from the Burliuk Committee, dated 2012. The painting is to be included in the catalogue raisonne. 3,000 - 5,000
250 DAVID BURLIUK (Russian/American, 1882-1967), "Taxi", oil on panel, signed lower right, titled on ACA Galleries label to verso. Minor losses to lower corners of panel. Panel 4-1/2"h, 5"w. 800 - 1,200
251 NICOLAI CIKOVSKY (Russian/American, 1894-1984), "Dock With Sailboats", oil on canvas board, signed lower right, Eva Lee Gallery label to verso with title and dated 1941. Few small losses, dirt and grime. Board 12"h, 16"w. 600 - 800
252 LUCY THAYER (American, Long Island, 20th century) "Sea Cliff Harbor", oil on board, signed and dated 1914 lower left. Minor dent to verso of board lower right, minor dirt and grime. Board 9-3/4"h, 13"w. 200 - 300
253 CAROLINE M. BELL (American, Long Island, 1876-1970), "Working Boats", oil on canvas board, signed and inscribed to verso, bears Wallace gallery label with title. Board 20"h, 18"w. 800 - 1,200
254 CAROLINE M. BELL (American, Long Island, 1874-1970), winter landscape, oil on board, signed and inscribed "Mattituck, NY" to verso. Wear to edges, dirt and grime, artwork not fitted to frame. Board 16"h, 13-1/2"w. 300 - 400
255 ROBERT ZOELLER (American, Long Island, 1894-1978) "Fishing Boats, Islip LI", oil on board, signed lower left, titled lower left, provenance information to verso. Board 8"h, 10"w. 200 - 300
256 LOUIS LEHTONEN (American, Long Island, 20th century), tall ship in harbor, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Minor dirt and grime. Canvas 16"h, 20"w. 300 - 500
257 C. HJALMAR (CAPPY) AMUNDSEN (American, Long Island, 1911-2001), "Morning on the Dock", oil on canvas, signed lower left, bears Wallace Gallery label with title. Stretcher marks with two minor dents at top, minor water damage along left side. Canvas 24"h, 36"w. 1,500 - 2,000
258 WILLIAM STEEPLE DAVIS (American, Long Island, 1884-1961), "Hard Beach Orient", pastel and pencil, inscribed with artist, title, and dated "June 16, 1911" to verso. Toning, light foxing. Sight 8"h, 11"w. 150 - 250
259 G.A. HARKER (American, Long Island, 20th century), north shore Long Island, oil on board, signed lower left, Board warped, dirt, grime and mold. Board 10"h, 14"w. 100 - 200
260 WILLIAM J. AYLWARD (American, 1875-1956), boats on a shore, oil on panel, unsigned, estate label to verso. Minor wear to edges, slight splitting of board at edges. Board 12"h, 16"w. 200 - 300
261 WHITNEY M. HUBBARD (American, Long Island, 1875-1965), ferry at dusk, oil on board, pencil signed lower left. Minor inpaint upper left. Board 9"h, 12"w. 400 - 600
262 MARION B. BROWN (American, Long Island, b.1913), seagulls on shore, watercolor, signed lower left. Sight 14-1/4"h, 20-3/4"w. 300 - 400
263 "Low Tide, Port Jefferson" (American, Long Island, early 20th century), watercolor, unsigned, titled lower left. Sight 13-3/4"h, 20"w. 150 - 250
264 MURIEL STREETER (American, Long Island, 1913-1995), "Beach in October" Northwest Creek, East Hampton, oil on canvas board, signed lower right, titled with Wallace Gallery label to verso. Board 10"h, 20"w. 300 - 400
265 ANNIE G. YOUNG (American, Long Island, 1887-1978), "Southold Beach", oil on board, ink signed lower left, titled, signed and inscribed to verso. Board 12"h, 15-3/4"w. 200 - 300
266 Whaling station, Long Island shoreline (American School, 19th/20th century), oil on board, signed illegibly lower right. Unframed, wear to edges, light dirt and grime. Board 9-1/4"h, 12-1/4"w. 100 - 200
267 ALEXANDER BROOK (American, Long Island, 1898-1980), "Cabin (Homestead in Sag Harbor, LI)", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled to verso, bears Wallace Gallery label to verso, in signed Carl Sandelin frame. Canvas 7-1/2"h, 11"w. 500 - 700
268 GRACE FITZPATRICK (American, Long Island, b. 1897), "Autumn Sunlight", oil on canvas, signed lower left, Brooklyn Museum label to verso with title. Unframed, as found with tears, scratches, dirt and grime. Canvas 16"h, 20"w. 100 - 200
269 FRANCIS VANDEVEER KUGHLER (American, 1901-1970), Long Island landscape, oil on canvas board, signed lower right. Slightly yellowed varnish. Board 12"h, 16"w. 300 - 500
270 WILLIAM MOORE DAVIS (American, 1829-1920) "The Twilight Moon", pastel on board, signed and dated 1918 lower left, inscribed with title, artist, and dated to verso. Board 7-1/2"h, 16-3/4"w. 300 - 500
271 WILLIAM MOORE DAVIS (American, Long Island, 1829-1920), "View of Connecticut River", watercolor, unsigned, titled and inscribed "Acquired from M. Kitchin, curator of the W. Davis show at the Museum of Stony Brook" to verso. Toning, light foxing, no glazing. Sight 8-1/2"h, 13-1/2"w. 300 - 500
272 19th century gilt copper weathervane by William G. Henis, Philadelphia, listed in catalogue as "Grecian Scroll". Loss of gilt from weathering, touch up to patina, tail appears to be reversed from illustration in pricelist. 22"h, 28-1/4"w. Literature: "Illustrated Catalogue and Price-list of Copper Weather Vanes, Emblematic Signs and Platina Points for Lightning Rods, William G. Henis Manufacturing, N0. 1347 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA.", page 30. 1,500 - 2,500
273 Copper spread winged eagle on ball weathervane. 20"h, 20-1/2"w. 300 - 400
274 Wrought iron and tole gate crest with gilt foliate decoration and central "RM" monogram beneath star. Losses and repairs. 76-1/2"h, 71-1/4"w. 800 - 1,200
275 Folky diorama of coastal hillside town with castle, church and homes, decorated with seashells and foliage, monogrammed "S.H" on interior back wall. Wear and minor losses to case edges. 12"h, 16"w, 8-1/4"d. 200 - 300
276 Folk Art hooked rug depicting lion and cub reclining in foliage, after the Frost pattern. Expected wear from use. 5'3"l, 2'7"w. 300 - 500
277 Folk Art allegorical landscape with couple and church (Boston School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Few patched repairs with inpaint, craquelure. Canvas 12"h, 22"w. 200 - 400
278 H.G. SCHLEGEL (Folk Art, early 20th century), cows, watercolor, signed lower left. Laid to board, toning, acid burn. Sheet 15-1/2"h, 20"w. 200 - 400
279 Naive Hudson River School landscape with ruins on hills overlooking stream with cows (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. As found, with tears, small losses and craquelure. 18"h, 24"w. 200 - 400
280 Hudson River School landscape, Bear Mountain (19th century), oil on board laid to panel, unsigned. Minor scattered inpaint, few small surface abrasions. Board 18"h, 24"w. 300 - 500
281 Hudson River School landscape with sailboat (19th century), oil on board, unsigned. Board warped, light dirt and grime. Board 9-1/4"h, 12-1/2"w. 150 - 250
282 Hudson River School landscape with figures by shoreline (19th century), watercolor on paper stretched on frame, unsigned. Toning, minor losses upper left. Sight 14-1/2"h, 20-1/2"w. 200 - 400
283 Hudson River School landscape with boats in harbor (19th century), watercolor on paper, unsigned. Toning, acid burn, minor foxing. Sheet 7-1/4"h, 10-1/4"w. 200 - 400
284 Hudson River School landscape with cottage and fisherman (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Unframed, craquelure, wear and losses around edges, small hole top center. Canvas 18"h, 24"w. 200 - 400
285 Large trade sign, "P", lacquered and gilt wood. Some losses at corners and near nail holes. 31"h, 36"w. 150 - 200
286 Tin counter top trade sign depicting cutout tailor, attached to wood stand. Surface wear and slightly bent edges. 24-1/2"h, 24"w. 100 - 200
287 "J.B. Lewis Shoe Maker, Boston", tin lithograph trade sign with slogan "Working for you", marked "106" to bottom left. Surface wear, dent. 19-1/2"h, 13-1/2"w. 100 - 200
288 The Donaldson Litho Co. poster "The AL.G. Field Big Minstrels", in (4) panels, printed on multiple sheets. Unframed, losses, tears, creasing. Each panel 80"h, 40"w. 500 - 700
289 The Strobridge Litho Co. poster "The Last Stroke, A Story of Cuba's Struggle for Independence", 1896, printed on multiple sheets. Unframed, unbacked, tears to fold lines, minor water stain at bottom. Overall 81-1/2"h, 39"w. 200 - 400
290 W E Berry lithograph poster, "It Might Happen to You" (20th century), Nesfield Works, Bradford, England, printed on multiple sheets. Unframed, linen backed, losses and tears, some lifting from backing, adhesive staining. Overall 88-1/2"h, 40"w. 200 - 300
291 Large English brass balance scale, beam marked " Day and Millward Ltd." and fixed arm marked "Hall & Son, 56lbs". Overall 50"h, 44"w. 200 - 300
292 American country kitchen table with red stained base, 20th century. 30"h, 78-1/2"w, 29-3/4"d. 200 - 400
293 19th century American corner cupboard in red paint, having two doors opening to shelves. Top portion of corner cupboard, bottom with added boards to level. 54-1/2"h, 43-1/2"w, 23-1/2"d. 150 - 200
294 18th century American maple chest with four graduated drawers. Restored, feet replaced. 35"h, 36-1/2"w, 21"d. 200 - 300
295 American mahogany two drawer work stand, 19th century. Refinished, shows wear. 26-3/4"h, 19"w, 16-1/2"d. 100 - 150
296 Mahogany tilt top tea table. Repairs. 27"h, 30"dia. 150 - 250
297 Large painted two door cupboard, late 20th century. 75"h, 47"w 29-1/2"d 300 - 500
298 Large polychrome wood abacus with metal rods. Wear from use. 27"h, 21-1/2"w. 100 - 200
299 Folk art Noah's ark pull toy, polychromed wood, with (10) pairs of animals, signed illegibly. Minor surface loss and wear to corners, missing left side door. 21"h, 12"w, 28"d. 150 - 250
300 Humpty Dumpty painted cast iron bank. Paint loss. 5-1/4"h. 100 - 200
301 Brass doorstop with stag, having remnants of original paint to sides, with weighted base, unmarked. 15-3/4"h, 7"w. 75 - 150

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