Auction Catalog

SOUTH BAY AUCTIONS, INC.
FINE ART, ANTIQUES
& MODERN DESIGN AUCTION

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LotPictureDescription (Sporting Lots 1 - 40)Estimate
1 Winchester Model 21 in 20 g. 2-3/4". The barrels measure 26" and marked IMP.CYL and MOD with ejectors. The receiver is plain representing a standard grade with single selective trigger and automatic safety. The stock has a pistol grip and narrow beavertail forearm. The well figured stock has a L.O.P. of 14-5/8" ending in a worn leather covered pad. This is a classic well balanced M21. It shows handling blue wear and varnish crazing. It deserves some professional refinishing but completely useable in its present condition. #26630 4,000 - 6,000
2 G. Gamba "Riviera" Side by Side in 20g. The barrels measure 27-3/4" with 2-3/4" chambers, extractors and double triggers. The scalloped receiver is well decorated with scroll engraving. The stock is European walnut with semi round pistol grip and splinter forearm. The L.O.P. is 14-1/2" ending in a solid butt plate. Comes with sling swivels and monogram crown. Shows some in use wear but very light. #17788. 1,000 - 1,500
3 J. Purdy & Sons Self-Opening Sidelock Ejector Gun in 12g. 2-3/4". This Purdy was made in 1895 and was completely refinished at Purdy with accompanying letter in 1995. The gun was built as a hammerless ejector gun with 30" barrels, a stock length of 14-3/16" and a weight of 6lbs 10.5oz. The barrels were recently resleeved under Purdy's supervision. All rust or pitting was removed from action and re-engraved along with case coloring. The stock and forend were refinished and the barrels were re-regulated after the case hardening. The stock has a checkered wood butt plate bringing the L.O.P. to a bit under 15-1/4" from the front trigger. The drop at comb is 1-3/4" and 2-1/2" at heel. This is an exquisite Purdy built during the London Golden Age of gun making. There are a few handling marks on the stock and a very short, none extending, hairline in the back of the locks. But overall excellent condition in fitted Purdy Leather case with accompanying letter from Purdy. #15166 8,000 - 12,000
4 Savage Anschutz Model Match 64 - Single Shot Target Rifle in 22 L.R. The round barrel measures 26" with Redfield International Match sights. The pistol grip and palm rest are stippled and the pad is adjustable. There is a small nick at the back of the cheek piece, otherwise very good plus overall condition. #986248A 500 - 700
5 Sako "Vixen" in 222c. The round barrel measures 23-3/4" with front sight and rear scope mount flats. The Monte Carlo stock is checkered with sling swivels and ends in a Sako solid butt plate. There are a few light handling marks on the stock, otherwise very good plus condition. #105241 800 - 1,200
6 Browning A-Bolt 375 H&H Composite Stalker with stainless steel barrel and black synthetic stock. The barrel measures 24" with muzzle break or Boss. The stock is synthetic ending in a solid pad. Williams adjustable open sights have been applied. Overall very good to excellent condition. #34220 MM 351 500 - 1,000
7 Remington Custom Shop 700c Bolt Action Rifle in 375 H&H. The heavy round barrel measures 24" with round adjustable sights and marked 375 H&H Mag. with Remington proof marks. The stock is hand checkered with forearm and pistol grip caps. The stock has a check pad and solid Remington pad. Has a few minor handling marks in rear of stock but overall condition is very good plus. This Remington Custom Shop rifle will cover all big game challenges. #B6525795. 1,500 - 2,000
8 Weatherby 1984 Olympic Commemorative Mark V 300 Weatherby Magnum. This was a limited production rifle, with 1,000 being manufactured in 1984. The engraving has gold accents and the action is hand polished and fitted. The stock is of exhibition grade walnut with a brass oval "Star in Motion" emblem inlay. Each rifle was test fired for accuracy with accompanying target and paper work. The rifle appears to be in as-new unused condition in Weatherby fitted case. #OL-0535 1,500 - 2,000
9 Winchester M 1894 Sporting Rifle in 38-35 cal. The round barrel measures 26" with a full length magazine and clean bore. The plain straight walnut stock has a crescent butt plate and plain capped forearm. Shows some in use wear but overall very good condition. #156442 2,000 - 3,000
10 Winchester M1886 Take Down Lever Action Rifle in 45-70 chambered by J.W. Van Patton, a highly regarded gunsmith from Milford, PA. He died in 2004. The round barrel measures 24" with full length magazine. The stock has a straight grip and narrow forearm. The gun is in very good to excellent condition. #156285 1,800 - 2,200
11 Browning Model 53 Limited Edition Lever Action Rifle in 32-20. This is a high grade reproduction of the Winchester M53. The barrel measures 22" with full length magazine. The fancy wood stock and forearm have hand cut checkering. The stock has a pistol grip cap and solid butt plate. In excellent condition. #01953NM3F7 600 - 1,000
12 Browning Model 1886 Grade 1 Lever Action Rifle in 45-70. The octagon barrel measures 26" with full length magazine. The metal is blued with a straight stock and crescent butt plate. Excellent condition. #04398PT197 800 - 1,000
13 Winchester M12 Pump Gun in 12g. The plain round barrel measures 28" and marked MOD. The walnut stock has a pistol grip and Pachmayr Pad to 13-3/4". The forearm is grooved with a flat bottom. The overall original condition is very good plus. #1426420 400 - 500
14 Winchester M12 "Heavy Duck Gun" in 12g. 3". The round barrel measures 30" and marked "For Super Speed & Super X 3in". The plain walnut stock ends in a solid Winchester Pad with an LOP of 13-3/4" which is correct for the Heavy Duck. The forearm is grooved with a flat bottom. The gun shows some in use wear but would rate very good overall condition. #1505353 500 - 600
15 Rare Deane, Adams & Deane No. 50 King William Street, London Bridge Large Bore 5 Shot Self-Cocking Percussion Revolving Sporting Rifle. The octagon barrel measures 25" with open Leaf sights to 300 yards. The receiver is fully engraved in a floral pattern. This has an attached ram rod and nipple shield on the left side. The well figured stock is checkered with metal butt plate. This is a rare high quality large bore sporting rifle. No 10384R 5,000 - 7,000
16 Sharps Rare Slant Breech Model 1852 Sporting Rifle. The octagon barrel measures 28" with open front & rear sights. The patent of 1848 with serial # appears on tang and patent 1852 is stamped on the lockplate. All metal including the butt plate and patchbox with surface oxidation. The stock and forearm are in very good condition. Only 600 were manufactured. The bore is good with clean rifling. #3203 2,000 - 3,000
17 Colt Lightning Slide Action Small Frame in 22c. The octagon barrel measures 24" with round half barrel magazine. The stock has been repaired with no checkering and the forearm checkering is worn. The overall condition is fair to good showing areas of surface oxidation and worn case color leaving a brown patina. #14667 450 - 650
18 Remington Model 1889 Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun in 12g. The Damascus barrels measure 30" with clean Damascus pattern and good bores. The receiver is a grey patina with traces of case colors. The wood has some figure with a couple of hairline checks at the back of the lock. The checkering is still good and the stock ends in a solid Remington plate. Overall good to very good condition. #223647 500 - 600
19 Winchester M94 Carbine in 32 Win Special. The round barrel measures 20" with full length magazine. The plain walnut stock has a glued wood crack to toe and ends in a metal butt plate. An extra screw was used on plate to avoid check. The carbine has a Redfield 2x scope mounted forward of the receiver. A classic Pre 64 Model 94 in overall very good condition, perfect for the upcoming deer season. #1814008 350 - 450
20 Evans New Model Carbine in 44 cal. The round barrel measures 22" with blade front and adjustable rear sights. The barrel is held by one barrel band with sling swivel. The lever and butt plate are case hardened. The carbine is in overall very good condition with good bore. 1,800 - 2,600
21 L.C. Smith "O" grade with Damascus barrels in 12g. The barrels measure 28" with extractors and good Damascus pattern. The receiver still retains good case color on the plates. The stock has a round knob pistol grip and splinter forearm. The forearm has a hairline but appears stable. The stock has a 14-1/4" L.O.P. ending in a solid butt plate. The under barrel rib was partially resoldered. The gun is in overall very good condition. #103947 800 - 1,200
22 Browning A5 Shotgun in 16g. The solid rib barrel measures 27-3/4" and marked Modified 16 Special Steel". The metal has light oxidation. The stock finish is aged with craquelure and the round knob stock ends in a solid Browning FN butt plate. The checkering is worn. #80699 250 - 350
22ARemington Sportsman Pump in 12g. 2-3/4" and 3". The vent rib barrel measures 30" and choked full. The L.O.P. is 14" ending in a Remington rubber pad. The Sportsman was an 870 built for field use and capable of handling 3" cartridges. Shows very little wear. #W090735M 200 - 300
23 Japanese "Siamese Mauser" Rifle. These rifles were built during the 1920s for the Siamese government in 8x52R. The barrel is 29-1/2" and held by two barrel bands. The stock has handling nicks and a possible coat of preservative. The metal is in excellent blued condition. There is no numerical serial #. 300 - 500
23AMartin M-1 Tiger Left Hand Compound Bow. Peak Weight 45-60lb with 15lb adjustment range. Bow comes with 12 arrows in a Plano Pillarlock bow case. 150 - 250
24 Group of (2) knives and hatchet, to include: Boy Scouts of America axe, 13-1/2"l, in sheath along with Remington Dupont fixed blade knife, 4-1/2"l (excluding handle), marked and inscribed "RH50" with case; and Wade and Butcher Sheffield England fixed blade knife in sheath, marked, 5"l (excluding handle). Wear from use. 150 - 250
25 Verity Family Plover Seaford, L.I. with carved wings and deep cut V to wing tips. The paint is worn and shows craquelure with possible light early touch up to belly. The bill may be an earlier replacement. 1,200 - 1,600
26 Verity Family Flatty Shorebird. The eyes are carved and the bill is replaced. Paint appears original with light in use wear. 75 - 125
27 Group of (5) miniature shorebird decoys painted and mounted to wood board with shells. Overall 4"h, 10-1/2"w, 5-1/2"d. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 300 - 500
28 Drake Broadbill Seaford School possiblly Verity Family. The body is made of natural cork which is pegged together. The head has carved eyes, with bill reglued and touch up. 75 - 100
29 Knud Handsen (1905-1997) Keyport, New Jersey Flying Wood Duck, Knud carved in the Quebec tradition with detailed wings and feather carving. When he moved to Keyport, N.J. he began carving more decorative birds including flying wood ducks. The bill has been glued, one foot replaced, and one wing tip has been restored. 400 - 600
30 J. W. Reynolds Decoy Co. Patent 1910 decoy, made of canvas stretched on a wire and wood frame. The company called this model the Automatic Canvas Decoy Duck. They were only made as mallards. Some wear to canvas on wire edge, otherwise very good. 100 - 150
31 Hen Whistler Upstate N.Y. in original paint. The decoy has tiny button eyes and an alert head position. The paint appears original with age craquelure. The lead bottom weight is marked A.A.P. 100 - 150
32 Hen Broadbill from Patchogue/Bellport area. The paint appears original with some wear and age cracks. The head has a split along the back with some neck glue. A large iron ring is attached to keel for a line tie. 100 - 150
33 Mason Drake Mallard standard grade with painted eyes. Appears to be in original paint, missing neck filler and check to back. 100 - 150
34 Hollow Drake Pintail with J.D. Perkins branded on bottom. The paint appears to be mostly original with some touch up. The round belly weight was removed along with the line tie. 100 - 150
34AHollow Low Head Black Duck with carved wing tips. Has areas of overpaint and glass eyes. An inventory number is on the bottom in white paint 1A-4. 100 - 150
35 Canvas straw stuffed goose decoy, painted white and black, stamp to bottom. One tear and surface wear. 17"h, 29"l. 150 - 200
36 Group of (2) Long Island Black ducks with heads attributed to Gene Wells. The bodies are made of balsa and covered with ground cork. A flat piece of lead is nailed to the bottom. Both show some light handling wear otherwise very good overall condition. 100 - 200
37 Drake Old Squaw carved by Frank Dobbins of Maine. Has an inlaid lead belly weight and leather line tie. A neat little bird. 100 - 150
38 Hen Broadbill Southampton L.I. solid wooden body with worn original paint and an age check to one side of head caused by knot. The letter A is carved on bottom with flat lead weight. 75 - 100
39 Black Duck Eastern end of Long Island. Made from single split and carved log. The head has painted eyes and underside of bill is branded A.S.M.. This brand is also found on the bottom. A neat folky L.I. Black Duck. 100 - 150
39AWildfowler Quogue L.I. Decorative Drake Bufflehead. These birds were sold at the Quogue factory store. Overall excellent condition with felt bottom pad. 150 - 250
40 ROLAND CLARK (American, 1874-1957), pair of hand colored aquatints, to include: "Down Wind, Pintail Drake", pencil signed and numbered 141/250; and "Winter Marsh, Canvasback", pencil signed and numbered 182/250, published by Derrydale Press, New York. Image 16-3/4"h, 13-3/4"w. Light toning, foxing and mat burn. 150 - 250
41 Group of (3) 19th century baleen scrimshaw busks with carved decoration including American ships, animals, plants, hearts, and text, one bears handwritten label attributing it to a sailor on a voyage to Sumatra in 1801 under the command of John Crowninshield. Split to busk with ships. Longest busk 14-1/2". 300 - 500
42 Early 20th century, carved scrimshaw cribbage game with incised walrus, fish, and fisherman decoration on both sides, includes (5) game pieces. 13"l, 1-1/2"w. 300 - 400
43 Carved Inuit snow knife with etched caribou and geometric decoration. Expected wear from age and use. 10"l. 150 - 250
44 19th century, Kanak, New Caledonia, Bird Beak club with raised eye, along with muslin, paper, and yarn wrapped handle, inscribed "Presented by the Rev. Dr McFarlane to Dr. Coombs, From Fiji" (Rev Dr. McFarlane, 1837-1911). Expected wear from age and use, one minor loss to beak, mounting holes. 31-1/4"l, 14"w. 1,000 - 2,000
45 Group of (4) Southeast Asian kris hilts, to include: one gilt metal demon figure; two (2) carved wood, each with two figures; and one carved wood seated demon figure; all with intricate geometric designs. Expected wear from age and use. Largest 5-1/4"h. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 300 - 400
46 Group of (4) Southeast Asian carved kris hilts depicting seated figures holding staffs with intricate carved geometric decoration. Loss to one at knee and expected wear from age and use. Largest 5-3/4"h. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 300 - 400
47 19th century Japanese bronze elephant with raised trunk, signed. Lacking tusks. 11-1/4"h, 12"w. 300 - 400
48 Group of (4) 18th century iron tsubas, to include: gilt animal, and foliate decoration. Expected wear from age. Largest tsuba 3-5/8"l, 3-3/8"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 250 - 450
49 Group of (3) iron tsubas, 19th century, to include: applied figure head with animal and gilt decoration; applied horse with moon and gilt decoration; and landscape scene with ocean. Surface wear. Largest 3-3/8"l, 3-1/8"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 150 - 250
50 Group of (3) bronze tsubas, to include: two (2) with perched bird within landscape scene (small dent and expected wear from use); and ocean decoration with sea creature (small dents to edge). Largest 3"l, 2-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 150 - 250
51 Black lacquered fan with gilt figural courtyard scenes to both sides, housed in lacquered box with "C. R. Fenton & Co. LTD" label. Minor wear to gilt from use. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 400
52 Pair of Asian bronze vessels, with tripod foo dog feet above round base, with relief foo dogs and floral patterns, converted to lamps. Handles removed. 17-1/2"h. 300 - 500
53 Group of (2) early 20th century Asian cloisonne chargers with birds. Larger 12"dia. Larger with puncture to front and losses to back. 100 - 200
54 Cloisonne vase set as lamp with bronze mounts. 12"h from table to rim. 150 - 250
55 Chinese rectangular low table with carved pierced apron. 17-3/4"h, 40-1/2"w, 20"d. 100 - 200
56 Ostrich, early Middle Eastern gouache and ink on vellum, after the original by Al-Jahiz from Kitab Al Hayawan (Book of Animals). Tears and creasing, light staining, surface losses. Vellum page 8-1/4"h, 6"w. 400 - 600
57 Mughal 18th century painting, elephant fight outside palace, gouache and gilt on laid paper, inscribed and dated 1790 to verso. Matted but unframed, surface scratches, craquelure. Sight 9"h, 13-1/2"w. Provenance: Georgine Shillard Smith (nee Georgine Northup Wetherill), founder of the Florida Gulf Coast Art Center. Acquired by present owner by decent. 200 - 400
58 Group of (2) 16th/17th century books, to include: "Origines Sacrae Rational Account Ground of Christian Faith, as to the Truth and Divine Authority of the Scriptures, and Matters Therein Contained " by Edward Stillingfleet, 1663, London, printed for Henry Mortlock, leather bound hardcover, (wear and minor loss to binding and spine, creases, tanning to pages, some water damage to bottom edges), 619 pages; and "Lettere devotissime della beata vergine Santa Caterina da Siena: nuovamente con tutta la diligentia che si ha potuto ristampate", 1562, Venetia, early watermarked paper, (staining, some water damage, few pages detached from spine, insect damage), 373 pages. 300 - 500
58A"Catalogue des Livres Imprimes sur Velin de la Bibliotheque du Roi," by Van Praet, 1960 reprint of 1822 original, New York: Burt Franklin, 6 volume set with volume II & III bound together. Longest Vol. 378 pages. Provenance: Estate of Lawrence Feinberg, papyrologist and specialist in ancient manuscripts turned antiquarian bookseller. 200 - 300
58B"Narrative and Critical History of America", edited by Justin Winsor, 1884-1889, Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Company, 8 volume set, includes: Vol. I Aboriginal America, Vol. II Spanish Explorations and Settlements in America: 15th-17th century, Vol. III English Explorations & Settlements in North America: 1497-1689, Vol. IV French Explorations in North America, Vol. V The English and French in North American: 1689-1763, Vol. VI The United States of North America: Part I, Vol. VII The United States of North America: Part II, and Vol VIII The Later History of British, Spanish, and Portuguese America. Wear to binding and spine, tanning. Provenance: Estate of Lawrence Feinberg, papyrologist and specialist in ancient manuscripts turned antiquarian bookseller. 200 - 300
59 "Studies in Pre-Vasalian Anatomy: Biography, Translations, Documents", L.R. Lind, 1975, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The American Philosophical Society, with illustrations, 344 pages. Some tears to dust jacket. 12-1/2"l, 9-1/2"w. Provenance: Estate of Lawrence Feinberg, papyrologist and specialist in ancient manuscripts turned antiquarian bookseller. 300 - 400
59A"Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects," trans. from the Italian of Giorgio Vasari by Mrs. Jonathan Foster, 1850, London: Henry G. Bohn, 5 volume set. Minor wear and misshapen binding, some creasing and minor foxing. Longest volume 580 pages. Provenance: Estate of Lawrence Feinberg, papyrologist and specialist in ancient manuscripts turned antiquarian bookseller. 200 - 300
60 "Belgium Foederatum", handcolored engraved map, by M. Seutter. 18-1/2"h, 21-1/2"w. Mat burn, creasing. Provenance: Estate of Bruce A. Sikora, Lee, MA. 150 - 250
61 After REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (Dutch, 1606-1669), "David in Prayer", etching on laid paper. Trimmed to plate, foxing, toning. Sheet 5-3/4"h, 3-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 600 - 800
62 Attributed to GERRIT HENDRIK GOBELL (Dutch, 1786-1833), hay wagon on road, pencil, ink, and wash on paper, signed lower right. Toning, light mat burn. Sheet 9"h, 11-1/2"w. 500 - 700
63 Attributed to CORNELIS JANSSENS VAN CEULEN (Dutch, 1593-1661), portrait of a man (B.W. Hassey) oil on canvas, unsigned, inscription to verso of relined canvas with artist and sitter information. Relined, restoration with inpaint, craquelure, surface scratches and minor losses. Canvas 27"h, 22-1/2"w. 500 - 1,000
64 Boy holding bow and arrow with dog (Continental School, Old Master), oil on canvas, unsigned. Restoration with cleaning and heavy inpaint, craquelure, losses. Canvas 22"h, 16-3/4"w. 600 - 800
65 "Lady Arnold" (18th/19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, label on verso with title. Wax relined, craquelure, inpaint. Canvas 32-1/2"h, 26"w. Provenance: Long Island estate of an art historian and collector. 500 - 700
66 Girl in red head scarf (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, frame label inscribed "Boughton". Craquelure, heavy inpaint, scratches with dents and small tears, minor losses. Canvas 18-3/4"h, 16-3/4"w. 300 - 500
67 Profile portrait of bearded man (late 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, inpaint, small loss right center. Canvas 16-1/2"h, 13-1/2"w. 200 - 300
68 ARPAD FESZTY (Hungarian, 1856-1914), woman at market, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Repair with inpaint, tear. Canvas 35"h, 23"w. 800 - 1,200
69 Grandmother and child (19th century), oil on canvas, signed "Osborne" and dated 1889 lower right. Restretched, inpaint. Canvas 32-1/2"h, 26-3/4"w. 200 - 400
70 Landscape with figure on bridge (Continental School, 18th/19th century), oil on canvas. Relined, craquelure, minor inpaint, few surface scratches. Canvas 19-3/4"h, 24"w. 300 - 500
71 Continental School (19th century) still life with flowers, oil on canvas, signed "J. Voix" lower right. Relined, craquelure, inpaint. Canvas 29"h, 24"w. 200 - 400
72 Continental School (19th century) still life with flowers, oil on canvas, signed "J. Voix" lower right. Relined, craquelure, repair, inpaint. Canvas 29"h, 24"w. 200 - 400
73 LOUIS EDOUARD BRINDEAU DE JARNY (French, 1867-1943), still life with roses, oil on canvas, signed, dated 89, and later inscribed lower right. Craquelure, small repair with loss center, two very small holes. Canvas 31-3/4"h, 25-1/2"w. 300 - 500
74 Cast iron fireback depicting figures in trade shop, unmarked, 19th/20th century. 21-1/2"h, 21"w. 150 - 250
75 19th century French Provincial cabinet with two carved sunken panel doors opening to added built-in drawers in blue paint. Restorations (including replaced back legs), minor losses. 59-1/2"h, 52-1/4"w, 22"d. 400 - 600
76 Pair of Louis XV style gilt bronze four light candelabra with oxblood Chinese Hu form vases, unmarked. One vase with hairline and small repair to finial leaf. 19-1/2"h, 16"w, 9"d. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 1,000 - 2,000
77 Large 19th century French silver-plate three part mirrored plateau by Charles Balaine, hallmarked, "C. Balaine, A Paris", "10" silver thickness and "Double, C.B." with animal, mounted on later legs to be used as a table. 18-1/2"h, 52-3/4"w, 22"d. 1,000 - 2,000
78 Cut crystal and silver-plate five light candelabra, unmarked. One light repaired at joint, lacking top bobeche, small chips to crystal. 23-1/4"h. 100 - 200
79 Bronze tripod floor lamp with glass table, having lion heads and paw feet, early 20th century. Glass 23-1/4"h, 24"dia., overall 63-1/2"h. 200 - 400
80 Continental marble top walnut server with two drawers over two cabinet doors. Some losses, repairs to feet. 37-1/4"h, 51"w, 22"d 300 - 500
81 Pair 19th century carved Black Forest chairs, grape vine on trellis pattern. Reupholstered, each with original pieced section to back. 40-3/4"h. 600 - 800
82 Octagonal galleried tray with inlaid checkerboard design. Surface wear and age splits. 2-1/4"h, 22"w, 16-3/4"d. 150 - 250
83 Gentleman's boxed (10) piece liquor set, to include: (2) decanters etched with bird decoration; (4) Federal Glass Company highball glasses and (4) shot glasses, all etched with bird decoration, marked; encased in two handled mahogany box with one drawer. One decanter with chips to inside rim. Decanters 9-1/2"h, 4"dia. 150 - 250
84 Tripod candle stand with veneered top on a turned and reeded shaft over splayed legs. Stained top and small loss of veneered edge, repair to leg. 27-1/2"h, 21-3/4"w, 14-1/2"d. 75 - 125
85 Early 19th century English walnut slant front desk, having a fitted interior over four graduated long drawers on bracket base. Some small losses. 40-1/2"h, 35-1/2"w, 21"d. 400 - 600
86 S. SULLIVAN (British, 19th century), pair of interior scenes: "A Friendly Discussion" and "A Musical Trio", oil on board, "Discussion" signed and dated 1884 lower right, both titled and dated on frame. Minor craquelure. Boards 9-1/4"h, 12-1/4"w. 300 - 400
87 Shipwreck with fire on shoreline (British School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, attributed to Richard Parkes Bonington on verso. Relined, craquelure, scattered inpaint, varnish yellowed. 12"h, 10"w. 600 - 1,000
88 WILLIAM R. STONE (British, 19th century), Black Horse tavern, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Relined, craquelure with minor losses along bottom, scattered inpaint. Canvas 18"h, 32"w. 500 - 700
89 THOMAS HENRY THOMAS (British, 1839-1915), group of (2) landscapes, to include: "Near Corwen, North Wales" and "Near Bala, North Wales", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on verso and on frame. Craquelure, varnish yellowed, minor inpaint. Canvases 17"h, 13"w. 800 - 1,200
90 After RICHARD EARLOM (British, 1743-1822), group of (2) hand colored mezzotints, "A Flower Piece" and "A Fruit Piece", after J. Van Huysen. Unframed, light toning. Sheet 32"h, 24"w. 300 - 500
91 OCTAVIUS OAKLEY (British, 1800-1867), girl and guinea pig, watercolor, signed and dated 1862 center right. Light toning. Sight 14"h, 10-1/2"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 400 - 600
92 Copeland bisque porcelain figure labeled "Penelopehon the Beggar Maid" on base, inscribed "W. Brode RSA, St. Edna, 1867" on tree trunk. 27-1/4"h. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 400
93 English Parian figure of Dante, 19th century, unmarked, depicted standing holding scroll, with molded name plate on the front of base. 19"h overall. 200 - 300
94 Robinson & Leadbeater Parian bust of Queen Victoria, after the sculpture by R.J. Morris, inscribed and marked on back "Victoria, To commemorate the 60th year of her reign 1837-1897". 9"h, 4-3/4"w. 150 - 250
95 After AUGUSTE RODIN (French, 1840-1917), "La Fatigue", bronze, inscribed "Hommage Cordial a M. Cugat, Rodin" on base, dated "July 1972" on side of base. 6-1/2"h, 20"l, 7-3/4"w. 300 - 500
96 OTTO MEYER (1834-1914) "Boy Balancing on Turtle", bronze, on red marble and bronze base, signed on turtle, 19th century. Repair and wear to marble base. 7-1/4"h. 200 - 400
97 After EVGENI ALEXANDROVICH LANCERAY (Russian, 1848-1886), Cossack soldier and woman on horseback, bronze, signed on base, with Karl Berto (Charles Auguste Bertault) foundry mark. 15"h including base. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 700 - 900
98 Lemania Watch co., Swiss, sterling silver miniature clock, 15 jewels, with yellow enamel, brass face, and fitted case, marked. Case worn, broken locking mechanism, small surface loss to one corner. 1-3/4"h, 1-1/8"w, 3/4"d. Total approximate weight 2.4 troy oz 400 - 600
99 Swiss 935 silver miniature clock with porcelain face, hallmarked and marked. 2"h, 1-1/2"w, 1"d. Total approx. weight 5.7 troy oz. 200 - 300
100 Continental pewter mounted thread glass claret jug, unmarked. 7-3/4"h, 4-1/2"dia. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 150 - 250
101 Large early 19th century Sheffield, England, silver-plate holiday well and tree platter with hot water warming base and shaped edged, bell hallmarks; along with unassociated 19th century dome, decorated with inset crest, unmarked. Small dings to dome. 16-1/2"h, 25-1/2"w, 18-1/4"d. 500 - 700
102 Pair of large Gorham sterling silver candlesticks, weighted, monogrammed and marked. Small dent to base. 11-1/4"h. 300 - 400
103 Group of (2) Castillo silver-plate vessels, to include: small vessel with spout and applied turquoise bird, marked; and round vessel with spoon and two applied turquoise bird handles, marked. Dents, one bird with loss to tail. Larger vessel 4-1/2"h, 4-1/2"dia 200 - 300
104 French Palissyware oval platter with applied fish, snake, lizard and frog surrounded by shells and leaves. Chips and small losses. 12-1/2"h, 17-1/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 400
105 Staffordshire earthenware satyr jug, 18th/19th century. Spout repaired. 6"h. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 300
106 Set of (4) Black Americana jazz band porcelain figures, unsigned, to include: trumpet player, saxophone player, bongo player, and bass player. Bass player with restored head and bass, trumpet player with small repair to mouth piece. Tallest 13"h overall. 200 - 400
107 Large Bohemian white cut to cranberry footed glass vase with scalloped edge, hand painted floral decoration, and gilt trim. Minor paint loss. 16-3/4"h, 7-3/4"w. 200 - 300
108 Large Tiffany Studios gold Favrile glass intaglio bowl with butterfly and ivy decoration, signed "L.C. Tiffany - Favrile" and numbered 14704. Surface wear to inside bottom from use. 3-1/2"h, 10-1/2"dia. 500 - 700
109 Set of (4) Steuben iridescent gold glass shades with shaped rim, all stamped to edge. Each 4"h, 5-1/4"dia. 200 - 300
110 Pair of large mid-century Murano gold fleck ribbed glass table lamps. 14-1/2"h (glass only). 500 - 700
111 Mid-Century pink and gold fleck twist ribbed Murano glass table lamp. 13"h (glass only). 300 - 400
113 FRANCOIS GEROME (French, b. 1895), "Place du Tertre - Paris", oil on canvas, signed and titled lower right. Craquelure, paint flaking center, restretched. Canvas 24-1/4"h, 30"w. 600 - 800
114 LOUIS ICART (French, 1888-1950), "Bathers", color etching and aquatint, pencil signed lower right. Toning, laid to board. Image 20-1/2"h, 17-1/4"w. 600 - 800
115 Art Deco girl balancing ball (20th century), bronze, on marble base, unsigned. Stripped, loose on base. 7-3/4"h, excluding base. 100 - 200
116 JACQUES BOUYSSOU (French, 1926-1997), beach scene, oil on canvas signed on verso. Light dirt and grime. Canvas 14"h, 18"w. 800 - 1,200
117 DOMINIQUE DORIE (French, b.1958), "L'Attente de l'Eau", oil on canvas, signed lower right, signed and titled on verso. Canvas 16-1/4"h, 13"w. 600 - 800
118 FIORENZO TOMEA (Italian, 1910-1960), flowers, oil on board, signed lower right, double-sided with still life of candles on verso. Board lightly warped, minor craquelure. Board 11"h, 7"w. 800 - 1,200
119 THEOPHILE STEINLEN (French/Swiss, 1859-1923), Chinese man, watercolor, signed lower left. Toning, light mat burn and foxing. Sight 19"h, 15"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 400
120 HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864-1901), "Au Cirque. Vingt-deux dessins aux crayons de couleur" portfolio, with (22) color lithograph plates, 1905, as issued each lithograph hinge mounted in individual paper sleeves, each with Goupil & Cie publisher blindstamp, printed outside the edition of 200 as "exemplaire imprime pour Monsieur Michel-Cremait". Foxing throughout, stains and wear to portfolio cover. Provenance: Georgine Shillard Smith (nee Georgine Northup Wetherill), founder of the Florida Gulf Coast Art Center, acquired by present owner by decent, stamped "Florida Gulf Coast Art Center Library". 800 - 1,200
121 LAURA KNIGHT (British, 1877-1970), "Trio Gymnastique", aquatint, pencil signed lower right and titled at bottom. No glazing, minor toning and waving. Plate 14-1/4"h, 9-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 600 - 800
122 ANDRE DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC (French, 1884-1974), "Un Boxeur", ink and wash, signed and titled lower right, accompanied by letter of authenticity from the artist. Light toning. Sight 7"h, 8-1/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 250 - 400
123 GEORGES ROUAULT (French, 1904-2002), street scene, watercolor on paper, signed lower left. Laid to board, light mat burn and toning. Sight 17-1/2"h, 12-1/4"w. 250 - 350
124 MARIO SIRONI (Italian, 1885-1961), soldiers with bayonets, tempera on paper, laid to canvas, signed lower right. Center crease, possible repair lower right. 16-1/2"h, 12-1/4"w. 1,000 - 2,000
125 MAURICE DENIS (French, 1870-1943), "Etude Pour Saint Paul", pencil and chalk, signed and dated 16 lower left, titled lower right. Toning. Sight 12-1/4"h, 9"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 1,000 - 1,500
126 MAURICE DE VLAMINCK (French, 1876-1958), "Notre Pain Quotidien" 1963 portfolio with (13) lithographs, (12) loose as issued with self portrait on cover, including (9) with pochoir coloring, edition number 244/250, in clam shell portfolio box. One print with toning and creasing in margins from framing. Each sheet 21-1/4"h, 17"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 300
127 AUGUSTUS EDWIN JOHN (British, 1878-1961), group of (2) etchings, to include: "The Amorous Tramp" pencil signed lower right, plate 4"h, 5"w; and "Study of a Girl's Head", pencil signed lower right, plate 4"h, 3-1/2"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 400 - 600
128 ANTHONY GROSS (British, 1905-1984), "In the Shadow of a Walnut Tree", etching, pencil signed, titled and numbered 25/70 at bottom. Plate 10"h, 11-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 300 - 500
129 KATHE KOLLWITZ (German, 1867-1945), "Das Volk", woodcut, pencil signed and titled lower right, from the Krieg portfolio. Toning and mat burn. Image 14-1/4"h, 11-3/4"w, . 1,000 - 2,000
130 KATHE KOLLWITZ (German, 1867-1945), "Schlachtfeld" (After the Battle), etching with drypoint and aquatint, signed and dated 1921 in plate lower right with faint blindstamp. Waving, minor buckling and soiling in margins. Plate 16"h, 21"w, sheet 23-1/2"h, 31-1/2"w. 300 - 500
131 ERNST BARLACH (German, 1870-1938), "Hundefangerin" (Dogcatchers), woodcut, pencil signed and numbered at bottom. Light toning. Image 10"h, 14"w. 300 - 400
132 ERNST BARLACH (German, 1870-1938), "Die Wandlungen Gottes" (The Transformations of God), set of (7) woodcuts, unsigned edition. Toning, waving, light foxing, some with tears. Each image approx. 10-1/4"h, 14-1/4"w. 300 - 500
133 Vladimir Kagan Omnibus sectional sofa and oak veneered side table, along with extra bolt of original fabric. Table with minor losses to edge, back of angle sectional upholstery with minor surface losses. Chaise 35"h, 33"w, 55"d; Sectional overall 150"w; Table 16-1/2"h, 32"w, 17-3/4"d. Provenance: Purchased by Long Island family in 1973 from Vladimir Kagan Designs, Inc. 2,000 - 3,000
134 ALESSANDRO ALBRIZZI (1934-1994), lucite and chrome fire place tool set. Minor surface wear. 35"h overall, base 10"w, 8-1/2"d. 300 - 500
135 Group (2) Mid-Century Modern lamps to include: adjustable floor lamp with smoky globe by Frank Ligtelijn for RAAK, Denmark, 60"h extended; and a Koch & Lowy chrome adjustable swing arm wall light, marked "OMI". Both with wear from use. 150 - 250
135APace Collection side table having a glass top and V-shaped chrome base. 20-3/4"h, 18"w, 13-3/4"d. 100 - 200
136 Mirrored square stool, sides and legs fully mirrored with beveled glass, later upholstered seat, unmarked. One vertical glass panel with loss at side. 17-1/2"h, 14"sq. 100 - 200
137 CL Sterling & Son pair of hanging metal lights in architectural bronze finish and black hanging ropes. Shades 12-1/2"h, 23-1/4"dia. 600 - 800
138 Set of (3) LAFER Brazil Lounge Chairs with adjustable arms, to be used as sofa or individually. Some areas of heavy wear, some separation along seams. 26"h, 38-1/2"w, 32-1/2"w (each section). 300 - 500
139 ADAM PAPLIN (American, 20th/21st century), "Pillar of Fire", carved wood on base, signed on bottom of pillar. 23-3/4"h excluding base. 300 - 500
140 Mid-Century oblong glass top coffee table with curved veneered "X" base, the top and base with gilt etched line decoration. Shows wear from use, loss of veneer and finish, scratches and dings to glass. 13-3/4"h, 62"w, 20"d. 200 - 400
141 Group of (4) Artemide Tizio lamps by Richard Sapper, with 2 floor stands. Wear from use, one light base with loss to vent grill. Light 45-1/4"h extended; Base 28"h. 200 - 400
142 Glass seat by FIAM for Pace Collection. 18-1/2"h, 22-1/2w, 13-3/4"d. 200 - 400
143 EARL REIBACK (American, 1931-2006), "Cantata for Light", kinetic lightbox sculpture (RGBY), etched signature front lower right, incised signature and date (1971) to upper right of verso along with attached label with title, artist, and dated 1971. In working condition, minor veneer loss, some dust and organic particles within box. 24"h, 32"w, 12"d. Provenance: acquired directly from the artist and thence by descent. 1,000 - 2,000
144 RONALD STEIN (American, b.1930), untitled mixed media assemblage in colored plexiglass case, signed and dated 1972 on base. Minor surface scratches to case. 9-3/4"h, 8-1/4"w, 4"d. 300 - 500
145 ALEXANDER CALDER (American, 1870-1945), "Sun, Snake and Fish", lithograph in colors, pencil signed lower right and numbered 18/125 lower left. Float mounted. Sheet 26-1/2"h, 38-1/2"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 1,000 - 2,000
146 STANLEY WILLIAM HAYTER (British, 1901-1988), "Move", etching, aquatint in colors, pencil signed, dated '70, titled, and numbered 73/100 at bottom. Unframed, waving lightly. Image 21-1/4"h, 18-1/2"w, sheet 29-3/4"h, 22"w. 300 - 500
147 ADOLPH GOTTLIEB (American, 1903-1974) "Rosy Mood", serigraph, pencil signed, dated 1967, and numbered 22/75 at bottom, bears Marlborough Gallery label to verso. Toning. Sheet 25"h, 19"w. 1,000 - 1,500
148 ADOLPH GOTTLIEB (American, 1903-1974) "Jetsam", serigraph, pencil signed, dated 1967, and numbered 10/75 at bottom, bears Marlborough Gallery label to verso. Toning. Sheet 24"h, 18"w. 1,000 - 1,500
149 MAX ERNST (French/German, 1891-1976), "La lumiere descend de l'ombrelle aux moissons" from "Dent Prompte", lithograph in colors, pencil signed and numbered 64/70 at bottom. Light toning, waving. Image 18-1/2"h, 15-1/4"w. 300 - 500
150 JOSEF ALBERS (American, 1888-1976), "Arrived", from Homage to the Square, Soft-Edge-Hard-Edge, serigraph, pencil signed, dated '65, titled, and numbered 32/50 at bottom. Toning, minor foxing in margin. Image 11"sq, sheet 16-3/4"sq. 800 - 1,200
151 SALVATORE FEDERICO (American, 20th/21st Century), "Climacus", acrylic on canvas, signed, titled, and dated 2006 to verso. Small surface abrasion center. Canvas 68"h, 82-1/2"w, 3"d. 400 - 600
152 ALFRED MCNAMARA (American, 1911-1994), "Interrelated Circles", oil on masonite, signed lower right, titled and monogrammed on verso. Unframed, wear to edges, scattered surface soiling. Board 30"h, 40"w. 300 - 400
153 ALFRED MCNAMARA (American, 1911-1994, woman at window, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Unframed, minor dents and abrasions. Canvas 36"h, 48"w. 300 - 400
154 GRAYDON FOULGER (American, b.1942), still life with sunflowers, oil on canvas, signed and dated '97 lower left. Canvas 30"h, 24"w. 800 - 1,200
155 FRANCIS REVESZ FERRYMAN (Hungarian/American, 20th century), abstract still life, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, few small losses lower right. Canvas 20"h, 24"w. 300 - 400
156 TERUKO YOKOI (Japanese, b.1924), "Eisblumen", lithograph in colors, pencil signed and dated '72 upper left, titled at bottom. Float mounted, adhesive staining to corners. Sheet 19-3/4"h, 25-3/4"w. 300 - 400
157 LEE (REYNOLDS) BURR (American, b.1936), abstract in pink and black, textured acrylic and glitter on canvas, signed lower right. Minor craquelure center. Canvas 48"h, 60"w. 200 - 300
158 TARO YAMAMOTO (American, 1919-2004), group of (2) works on paper, "Out of Sight" and "Hello Janine", mixed media on paper, signed lower right. Matted but unframed, foxing, light toning. Both sights 11-1/2"hm, 15-1/2"w. 250 - 400
159 YURI MASNYJ (American, b.1976), "Your Collection", mixed media, signed and titled to verso. Sheet 12"h, 7-3/4"w. 800 - 1,200
160 "Shelter From Rain" (Barbadian, 20th century), mixed media on canvas, signed illegibly, titled, and dated 2007 to verso. 36"h, 24"w. 300 - 500
161 CLEO HARTWIG (American, 1911-1988), mother and child, plaster, signed, dated 82, and inscribed "Alva". Minor surface dirt. 4-1/4"h, 4-1/2"w, 3-3/4"d. 300 - 500
162 PEGGY MACH (American, 20th/21st century), "Reflections of Spring", bronze, signed on left shoulder. 28-1/2'h, 17-3/4"w, 17"d. 500 - 700
163 JANE MCADAM FREUD (British, b.1958), "Sisyphus", bronze, signed on top. 3-1/2"h, 3-3/4"w, 1-1/4"d. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 150 - 250
164 ANTHONY JOHN PADOVANO (American, b.1933), arch, bronze, unsigned. 8-3/4"h, 12-1/2"w, 6"d excluding base. 600 - 800
165 DAVID GIL (American, 20th century), head in white with circular mirror glasses, mounted to square base, incised "Bennington Potters, Bennington Vermont, 1834" to verso. Overall 21"h, 9-1/2"w, 4-1/2"w. 300 - 400
166 WILLI SOUKOP (British, 1907-1995), female figure and two heads, mixed media and metal sculpture, signed on figure base and side of wood base. Minor dirt and grime, missing one piece at back of base. 16"h including base. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 300 - 500
167 Cyborg head (20th century), ceramic and paint, monogrammed and dated 86 on back of neck. 6-1/2"h. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 300 - 500
168 SILAS SEANDEL (American, b. 1937), mushroom coffee table, round glass top supported by sculptural metal base of mushrooms, signed on bottom. Few scratches and chip to edge of glass top, three losses to base. 15-3/4"h, 32-1/2"dia (glass). 300 - 500
169 WALTER VON NESSEN (1889-1943), pair of Art Deco ring brass bookends in black and nickel finish, marked "Chase" with centaur. Loss to finish and some surface wear. 5-1/4"h, 5"dia. 300 - 400
170 MOLINA (20th century), abstract metal sculpture, signed on side and numbered 62/300, on wood base. Minor surface wear. 5"h, 4-3/4"w, 2-1/2"d excluding base. 150 - 250
171 MOLINA (20th century), abstract metal sculpture on cylinder base, signed on base and numbered 46/300. 7-1/2"h, 5-1/2 dia. 150 - 250
172 SALVADOR DALI (Spanish, 1904-1989), "Venus", drypoint, pencil signed and numbered H.C. IX/XXV at bottom, 1974. Light soiling and creases in margins. Plate 14-3/4"h, 22-1/2"w. 800 - 1,200
173 SALVADOR DALI (Spanish, 1904-1989), "Blue Unicorn", color lithograph with gold flecks, pencil signed at bottom, blindstamp lower left. Minor toning. Image 19"h, 23"w. 200 - 300
174 WILLIAM WARD BEECHER (American, 1921-2006), surrealist beach scene with shell and eye, mixed media collage with gouache background, in shadowbox frame, signed lower right. Craquelure, background waving. Sight 12"h, 18"w, overall 18"h, 24"w. 400 - 600
175 WILLIAM WARD BEECHER (American, 1921-2006), surrealist seascape with net and head, mixed media collage with gouache background, in shadowbox frame, signed lower right. Craquelure, few small pieces loose in frame. Sight 12"h, 18"w, overall 18"h, 24"w. 400 - 600
176 ANTHONY KRIKHAAR (Danish, b.1940), "Starry Night", oil on board, monogrammed and dated 89 bottom center, signed, titled, dated, and inscribed "Cottage East Lynch Somerset England" on verso. Float mounted behind glass, small crack in glass lower left corner. Board 20"h, 18-1/2"w. 200 - 300
177 ANTHONY KRIKHAAR (Danish, b.1940), "Window East- Lynch", oil on board, monogrammed and dated 89 lower right, signed, titled and dated on verso. Float mounted behind glass. Board 20-1/2"h, 18"w. 200 - 300
178 NAHUM TSCHACBASOV (Russian/American, 1899-1984), figure, mixed media on paper, signed and dated '77 upper left. Toning, mat burn. Sight 28"h, 22"w. 300 - 500
179 MAN RAY (American, 1890-1976), "Tony", etching, aquatint in colors on Japan paper, pencil signed and numbered at bottom, bears Anton Galleries label and certificate on verso. Light toning. Plate 19-3/4"h, 15-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 300 - 500
180 WILL BARNET (American, 1911-2012), "Reclining Woman", lithograph in colors, pencil signed, dated, numbered, and titled at bottom. Light toning. Sight 37-1/2"h, 30-1/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 300 - 500
181 WILL BARNET (American, 1918-1992), "Persephone", serigraph, pencil signed, titled, and numbered at bottom. Sight 34"h, 16-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 300
182 ROBERT INDIANA (American, b.1928), "Henrietta", lithograph, 1977, pencil signed and numbered at bottom. Light toning and mat burn. Image 18"h, 14"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 250 - 400
183 Set of (6) Herman Miller "DCW" dining chairs by Charles and Ray Eames, unmarked, second half of the 20th century. Minor overall wear from use, loss to one seat edge, some legs with small loss at edges. 29"h. 1,000 - 2,000
184 Early set of (6) "DCW" dining chairs by Charles and Ray Eames, one having a Herman Miller paper label, two having "Evans Products Company" decal, and three unmarked. Well used with wear and some loss of veneer at edges, reglued shock mounts. 29"h. 800 - 1,200
185 Large walnut dining table with "H" stretcher base and rectangular legs, second half of the 20th century. Minor wear from use, areas of sun faded finish. 30-1/4"h, 95-3/4"w, 42-1/4"d. 600 - 800
186 PIERO FORNASETTI (Italian, 1913-1988), three panel folding screen, with double-sided lithograph transfer prints of Italian architectural landscape engravings, unsigned. Craquelure, toning, losses and separation at edges. Each panel 51-3/4"h, 17-1/2"w. 800 - 1,200
187 Mid-Century carved wood palm tree torchere floor lamp, attributed to Serge Roche. Repairs and losses. 70-1/2"h, 18"dia at base. 300 - 500
188 Large black leather ottoman on six mahogany turned legs with brass casters, 20th century. Shows wear from use. 18-1/4"h, 48-1/4"w, 40-1/4"d. 200 - 400
189 JEAN ROYERE (French, 1902-1981), pair of "Ondulation" red painted metal three light sconces. Lacking shades, minor surface wear, damage to one center socket. 6-3/4"h, 56"w, 7"d. 3,000 - 5,000
190 Pair of Aage Weimar, Danish, sterling silver modern two light candlesticks, marked. Minor surface abrasions to bottom edge. 4-1/2"h, 5-3/4"w. Total approx. weight 11.0 troy oz. 150 - 250
191 Koch & Lowry brass floor light with adjustable arm. 52"h. 75 - 150
192 Group (2) Mid-Century Jens Risom lounge chairs, to include: an early Knoll Associates armchair with leather strap seat, unmarked, well used showing wear especially at back seat peg holes, leather shows signs of age; and a Jens Risom Design Inc. armchair with cushion seat and back, labeled, well used showing wear, 29-1/2"h, 27"w, 28-1/2"d. 300 - 400
193 DICK IDOL (American, 20th/21st century), cast resin antler and glass top coffee table, signed and dated 2002 on base. Scratches to glass top. 19-1/2"h, 48-1/2"l, 37"w. 800 - 1,200
194 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
195 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Fifth Avenue No.8 (Marble House)", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #279, and dated February 11, 1938 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, light wear and creasing to corners. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Greenwich Village) plate 43. 800 - 1,200
196 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Gay Street, #14-16", gelatin silver print, numbered 263 in the negative top left, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #263, and dated November 16, 1937 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, uneven margins, light wear to edges. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Greenwich Village) plate 28. 800 - 1,200
197 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Fourth Avenue, No. 154", gelatin silver print, numbered 180 in the negative right side, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #180, and dated Oct 29, 1936 in ink. 8"h, 10"w. Unframed but matted, light wear to edges and corners, crease to upper right corner. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Outer Boroughs, Brooklyn) plate 24. 600 - 800
198 ARMIN LANDECK (American, 1905-1984), train station, etching, pencil signed and dated 1971 lower right. Waving, light mat burn. Plate 17"h, 23-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 400
199 MARGARET LOWENGRUND (American, 1905-1957), "Liberty", drypoint, pencil signed and titled at bottom. Light mat burn and toning. Plate 8-1/2"h, 8"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 150 - 250
200 JOHANNES SCHIEFER (Dutch/American, 1896-1979), "Brooklyn Bridge, N.Y.", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled lower left. Light dirt and grime. Canvas 30"h, 40"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 400
201 City street (20th century), oil on canvas, signed illegibly lower right. Minor craquelure left side. Canvas 8-1/4"h, 6-1/2"w. 300 - 500
202 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), group of (2) unframed etchings of Venice, to include: St. Mark's Basilica, unsigned, (light soiling, creasing and pin holes in margins) plate 8"h, 13-1/2"w; and canal, unsigned, (light foxing, soiling and pin holes in margins) plate 5-1/2"h, 13-1/4"w. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 150 - 200
203 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), group of (2) unframed etchings, to include: "The Alleyway", pencil signed and dated 1910 bottom center, (light toning and foxing) plate 10-1/2"h, 6-1/2"w; and tenement houses, unsigned, (light toning, foxing, pin holes in margins) plate 7"h, 8"w. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 150 - 200
204 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), group of (2) coastal landscapes with sunset, watercolor on paper, unsigned. Unframed, loose in mats, light toning, foxing. Sunset over cliffs sheet 8"h, 13"w. Provenance: from the estate of the artist by descent. 150 - 200
205 ELISHA KENT KANE WETHERILL (American, 1874-1929), woman knitting in garden, large oil on unstretched canvas, signed lower left. As found, scattered losses and craquelure from being rolled, repairs, vertical tear upper left. Canvas 65"h, 38"w. Georgine Shillard Smith (nee Georgine Northup Wetherill), founder of the Florida Gulf Coast Art Center. Acquired by present owner by decent. 400 - 600
206 BERNARD I. GREEN (American, New York, 1887-1951), interior with man seated at table, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas loose. 25-3/4"h, 21-1/4"w. 200 - 400
207 HAYLEY LEVER (American, 1876-1958), landscape with house, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Relined, small repair with inpaint lower right, housed under glass. Canvas 10"h, 12"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 2,500 - 3,500
208 WHITNEY M. HUBBARD (American, Long Island, 1875-1965), artist's bedroom and studio, oil on board, unsigned, partial label to verso. Dirt and grime. 10-3/4"h, 13-3/4"w. 1,200 - 1,800
209 WHITNEY M. HUBBARD (American, Long Island, 1875-1965), evening landscape Main St., Greenport, oil on board, pencil signed lower left. Minor dirt and grime, small loss upper left. Board 9"h, 12"w. 700 - 900
210 WHITNEY M. HUBBARD (American, Long Island, 1875-1965), haystacks, oil on board, pencil signed lower right. Minor surface scratch bottom center, dirt and grime. Board 8"h, 10"w. 300 - 500
211 DOROTHY HOPE SMITH (American, 1895-1955), "East Rockaway", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on stretcher. Craquelure, small puncture upper right with some flaking and losses. Canvas 20"h, 24"w. 200 - 400
212 JOHN SENNHAUSER (American, 1907-1978), landscape with houses and tower, watercolor, signed and dated 1926 lower right. Toning. Sight 11"h, 17-1/2"w. 200 - 300
213 STOW WENGENROTH (American, 1906-1978), group of (2) lithographs, to include: "Forest Ferns" and "Bufflehead", both pencil signed lower right. Light toning. Ferns image 9"h, 15-1/2"w, Bufflehead image 9-3/4"h, 15-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 300 - 400
214 CURRIER & IVES (American, 19th century), pair of hand colored lithographs, to include: "Ruffed Grouse" and "Wood-Ducks", small folio. Toning, mat burn, foxing, tears to edges of Wood Ducks. 8-1/2"h, 12-1/2"w. 100 - 150
215 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (American, 1785-1851), "Common American Skunk", hand colored lithograph, Plate XLII, from The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, Imperial Folio, by J.T. Bowen. Toning, tears and creasing to upper right corner and along top, tear at top center. Sight 26-1/2"h, 20-1/4"w. 300 - 500
216 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (American, 1785-1851), group of (2) hand colored lithographs, to include: "Barn Owl" and "Great Horned Owl", both from the Octavo edition. Light toning and foxing. Sights 9-1/2"h, 5-3/4"w. 300 - 500
217 Late 19th century Kentucky oak tavern "rifle table" with a rectangular top over gun shelf with oval openings, on strait turned legs. Some age splits and warping, losses to edges from use. 30-1/4"h, 36-3/4"w, 22-3/4"d. Provenance: Purchased by present owner from the Sands Estate, Port Washington, New York. 500 - 700
218 Mid-century carved wood horse head mounted as lamp, signed. Small repair to ear tip. 17-1/2"h, 9-1/2"w, 11"d. 200 - 300
219 MARSHALL MITCHELL (American, b.1917), "Old Coon Foot & Young Brave", bronze, signed on base. 24"h from bottom of bronze base to top of figure. 250 - 450
220 Cassidy Lamp Company bronze floor lamp with foliate and twist decoration, with original finial, signed "Cassidy Lamp, N.Y." on bottom. 65"h overall. 200 - 400
221 Handel white metal table lamp base, unmarked. Surface wear. 20"h. 200 - 400
222 Mission style clock painted black with applied numbers and glass door, attributed to New Haven Clock Co. San Pedro model. Some wear to edges. 19"h, 12-3/4"w, 5-1/4"d. 100 - 200
223 Bradley and Hubbard mixed metal stand, triangle stamp under brass dish. Slightly misshapen. 27"h. 100 - 200
224 19th century ornately carved barometer with grape leaf design, marked ''Mich L Rupp, Brooklyn''. Some loss to carving, lacking tube. 42-1/2''h. 400 - 600
225 Three piece cast iron fireback with looped rope design in relief with center rosette, back marked "5 Sty, C. North", 19th/20th century. Center panel 33"h, 27-1/4"w; side panels 32"h, 16"w. 150 - 250
226 American pine case grandfather clock by S. Hoadley, Plymouth, with floral decorated face. Refinished and fitted with electric works, however wood works are still with clock, lacking weights and pendulum. 87-1/2"h, 17-1/2"w, 10"d. 150 - 250
227 American mahogany tilt top candlestand having a turned standard on spider legs and spade feet, 19th century. Some age splits, restorations. 29-3/4"h, 25"w, 23-3/4"d. Provenance: Purchased by present owner from the Sands Estate, Port Washington, New York. 200 - 400
228 American classical mahogany two drawer work table, having a lift top revealing an adjustable writing surface and fitted interior, over two drawers with rounded fronts, one with sliding slotted tray, supported by cylindrical standard on quatrefoil base and scroll feet. Top with repaired splits, small losses to interior compartment. 32-1/4"h, 21-3/4"w, 16-1/2"d. Provenance: Purchased by present owner from the Sands Estate, Port Washington, New York. 300 - 500
229 Sheraton mahogany dropleaf table with shaped leaves and turned and carved legs. Refinished, repairs. 29"h, 37-3/4"w, 25"d(closed). Provenance: Purchased by present owner from the Sands Estate, Port Washington, New York. 200 - 400
230 19th century mahogany two tier what-not shelf. Small repairs. 18-3/4"h, 16-3/4"w, 6-1/4"d. 100 - 200
231 Folding three tier muffin stand with checkered surface. 34-1/4"h. 100 - 200
232 GILBERT WHITE (American, 1877-1939), portrait of Mrs. White, oil on canvas, signed upper left. Minor inpaint and losses, craquelure. Canvas 39-1/2"h, 32"w. 1,000 - 2,000
233 TED DAVIS (American, 1908-1995), seated figure, gouache on paper, pencil signed lower left. Waving. Sight 13-1/4"h, 10-1/2"w. 200 - 300
234 TULLY FILMUS (American, 1903-1998), man standing at window, charcoal and chalk, signed lower right. Toning and mat burn. Sight 11-1/2"h, 8"w. 200 - 300
235 JOHN SLOAN (American, 1871-1951), group of (2) etchings, to include: "Nude at Dressing Table", pencil signed and titled at bottom, (minor toning) plate 6-3/4"h, 5-1/4"w; and "The Black Pot", pencil signed and title at bottom, (minor toning) plate 5-3/4"h, 4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 400 - 600
236 LEE JACKSON (American, 1909-2002), "Ballet Sequence", watercolor and marker, signed and dated 86 lower right, titled to verso. Sheet 7-1/4"h, 11-3/4"w. 400 - 600
237 STEPHEN MAXFIELD PARRISH (American, 1846-1938), "The Inner Harbor, Gloucester", etching, signed and dated 1883 in plate lower left. Toning, light acid burn and foxing, crease left side. Plate 10"h, 13-3/4"w. 100 - 200
238 DEDRICK BRANDES STUBER (American, 1878-1954), "Clearing After Storm", oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled on verso. Craquelure, small losses bottom right corner. Canvas 25"h, 30"w. 600 - 800
239 ROBERT EDMUND LEE (American, 1899 - 1980), "Tusitala" ship portrait, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Craquelure. Canvas 18"h, 24"w. 600 - 800
240 J.M. AUSTIN (20th century), group of (5) miniature nautical watercolors, two with inscriptions on verso, "Queen Mary" and "HMS Andromeda F57". Foxing. Image sights 2-1/4"h, 3"w. 200 - 300
241 KANUTE EDWIN FELIX (American, 1852-1935), waves on shore with distant lighthouse, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Craquelure, pressure to canvas from stretcher bars, dirt and grime, signature strengthened. Canvas 14"h, 26-1/4"w. 400 - 600
242 Naval ship (20th century), oil on canvas board, unsigned, Frederick Thom Galleries label on verso, attributed to Montague Dawson on verso. Losses to edges and upper right corner of board, craquelure with light flaking, dirt and grime, heavy inpaint. Board 18"h, 25-3/4"w. 200 - 300
243 FREDERICK WAUGH (American, 1861-1940), "Toba Inlet, Off Salmon Bay", oil on board, signed lower right and titled to verso. Light dirt and grime, minor inpaint. Board 7"h, 9"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 600 - 900
244 MARTHA GRIFFITH TALLMAN (American, 1859-1930), coastal landscape with sailboats, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Dirt and grime, light waving. Canvas 13-1/4"h, 16"w. 150 - 200
245 ISSAC KNIGHT (American, 20th century), Highwaymen Florida coastal landscape with herons, oil on board, signed lower right. Unframed, surface abrasions and losses. Board 24"h, 36-1/4"w. 300 - 500
246 ELIZABETH HIDDINK (American, 1910-1989), "The Reflection", oil on panel, signed and titled to verso. Panel 6"h, 8"w. 100 - 150
247 GEORGE F. BUEHR (American, 1905-1983), "Sunset on Carmel Valley, oil on canvas board, signed lower right, titled on verso. Housed under glass, minor dirt and grime. Board 10-1/2"h, 12-1/2"w. 150 - 250
248 HELEN KAY (American, 20th century), harbor scene, ink and watercolor on paper, monogrammed and dated '78 lower right. Toning, waving, minor soiling and moisture damage. Sight 17-1/4"h, 23-1/4"w. 200 - 300
249 VINCENT D"AGOSTINO (American, 1896-1981), village street, watercolor, signed on verso. Toning, waving. Sheet 15-1/2"h, 20-1/2"w. 200 - 300
250 ADELAIDE LAWSON GAYLOR (American, 1889-1986), harbor landscape with sailboats at sunset, oil on board, signed lower right and to verso, partial label attached lower left corner. Minor losses and wear to edges, board lightly warped, dirt and grime, minor surface scratches. Board 24"h, 36"w. 300 - 500
251 SAMUEL DAVID LEV-LANDAU (American, 1895-1979), three men on dock, oil on masonite, signed lower left. Under glass. Board 18"h, 13-1/4"w. 300 - 500
252 American Schooner ship relief diorama of the "B.S. Wright", with sculpted waves and painted background. 19-1/4"h, 32-1/4"w, 4-1/2"d. 200 - 300
253 Oval diorama of clipper ship near shore, with sculpted waves and shoreline and painted convex shaped background. Craquelure to background, minor surface losses to frame. 16-3/4"h, 22-1/2"w, 6-1/4"d 150 - 250
254 MARGUERITE (Mickey) FALKENBURG WAGSTAFF (American, 1898-1990), Folk Art cargo boat, paint and sand on panel, signed lower right, inscribed to verso. Panel 12"h, 48"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 400
255 DANIEL PRESSLEY (American, 1918-1971), "1928 Hupmobile, The Old Time Beer Salesmans of Brooklyn", relief carved wood plaque, signed and titled at bottom. 7-1/2"h, 23-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 800 - 1,200
256 EUGENE DOBOS (American B. 1933), miner, mixed metal sculpture on stone base, signed on back of leg. 19"h including base. 200 - 300
257 S.I. APTEKAR (Outsider Art, 21st century), "Itzamna", mixed media sculpture, bears plaque on base with artist, title, and dated 2014. 18"h, 14"w, 9"d including base. 200 - 400
258 S.I. APTEKAR (Outsider Art, 21st century), "Royal Warrior", mixed media sculpture, titled and dated on plaque to front of base, signed on plaque to verso. Some losses around back of collar. 26"h, 12"w, 12"d including base. 200 - 400
259 Early 20th century folk carved & painted figure of a black butler, standing with one arm bent wearing a tuxedo painted in black and lime green. Repairs, splits and losses. 59''h, 16''w. 1,000 - 2,000
260 Wooden Noah's Ark decorated with removable roof and ramp, along with hand carved and painted figures, to include: 37 pairs of animals, 1 snake, and 1 Noah figure, ark inscribed "SCWG, 10th ARK, 2002" on bottom and 52 carved figures signed on bottom. Loss to one porcupine foot. 16"h, 24"w, 10-1/2"d. 300 - 500
261 Hubard Gallery silhouette (British School, 19th century), full length portrait of a lady, cut paper with gilt highlights and ink wash background, inscribed "Hubard Gallery, 1832" lower left, illegible blind stamp lower right. Toning. Sight 10-1/2"h, 6-3/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 250 - 450
262 Currier & Ives (American School, 19th century), from "Barnum's Gallery of Wonders", group of (4) hand colored lithographs, to include: "The Wonderful Albino Family", "The Aztec Children", "What is it?-Or 'Man Monkey'"; and "Genl. Tom Thumb & Wife, Com. Nutt & Minnie Warren". Some uneven toning, buckling to paper, minor staining. Sights approx. 14"h, 10"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 200 - 400
263 ARTHUR B. DAVIES (American, 1862-1928), "Ebb & Flow", drypoint with ink wash, pencil signed lower right, bears Harbor Gallery label on verso. Minor toning, light soiling in margins. Plate 3-1/4"h, 9-1/4"w. 200 - 300
264 ARTHUR B. DAVIES (American, 1862-1928), landscape with rolling hills, watercolor, pencil signed and dated 1925 lower left, bears American Master Gallery label to verso. Toning, minor foxing, adhesive to top and bottom edge. Sight 10-1/2"h, 14-1/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 800 - 1,200
265 ERNEST PARTON (American, 1845-1933), cottage near pond, oil on canvas, signed lower left. As found with several tears, canvas loose. Canvas 16-1/4"h, 23-1/4"w. Provenance: Estate of Samuel and Anne Small, Long Island, New York. 400 - 800
266 LOUIS MICHEL EILSHEMIUS (American, 1864-1941), landscape with waterfall, oil on board, signed lower right, bears Harbor Gallery label and provenance on verso. Minor dirt and grime. Board 8-3/4"h, 16-1/2"w. 500 - 700
267 CHARLES LEE FRANK (American, 1873-1938), landscape with treeline along water, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1918 lower right. Craquelure, small losses left side. Canvas 20-1/4"h, 24"w. 600 - 800
268 CLARK (American school, 20th century), reclining nude, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Relined. Canvas 14"h, 22"w. 200 - 300
269 GEORGE BOGERT (American, 1864-1944), "French Landscape", oil on panel, signed and dated 87 lower right, double sided with vertical landscape on verso, titled on label adhered to frame. Craquelure, dirt and grime. Panel 9-1/4"h, 12-3/4"w. 300 - 400
270 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
271 19th century English pine corner cupboard in two parts, the top with two glazed doors opening to shelves with shaped edges over two door bottom section. Some repairs and small losses. 92-1/4"h, 44-1/4"w, 22"d. 300 - 400
271AAssembled set of (3) 19th century American maple side chairs with cane seats. Repairs, one seat with damage to caning. Approximately 35"h. 100 - 200
272 Mahogany pembroke table with single drawer on straight tapering legs with cross stretcher. Wear and scratches to top. 28-3/4"h, 21-1/4"w (closed), 29-1/2"d. 150 - 250
273 Lewis & Gardiner, Huntington L.I. two gallon stoneware crock with applied handles and blue decoration. Small chip and spider hairlines. 11-1/2"h, 9-1/4"dia. 150 - 250
274 Group of (2) cast iron Virginia Metalcrafters reproduction plaques, to include: fire truck painted red with "U F"in brown; and eagle painted gold perched on green leaf form, including "INA, 1792", both marked, 20th century. Minor surface wear. Eagle 11-1/4"h, 8-3/4"w 150 - 200
275 19th century Eckhart Surrey hooded carriage having front and back seats, brass makers plaque "Eckhart Carriage & Harness Mfg. Co., Eckhart, Indiana". Retractable hooded top not original. Provenance: Collection Southold Historical Society, donated in 1961 by the family of Lewis E. Downs, Long Island, N.Y. 300 - 500
276 Small polychromed bird doorstop. 4-3/4"h. 50 - 75

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