Hap Moore Antiques Auctions

Goodwin Building - 611 U.S. Route One - York, Maine 03909

Auction of Estate Antiques

January 30, 2021 SOLD

Preview Friday, January 29th From 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.,
From 8:00 to 10:00 on the Day of Sale
Or By Appointment From Now to the Day of Sale.

Auction Attendees May Reserve A Seat And Register
To Bid After Previewing In View of Limited Seating.

Masks Must Be Worn For Entrance To Gallery and State Health Regulations will Be Observed

Selling a diverse selection of antiques, period and decorative accessories removed solely from estates, private collections and old households.

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FURNITURE: 18 X 38 X 50 in. Q.A. original red blanket chest on bracket base with two false over three drawers, LW 1-1766 painted at origin on backboard. 29 X 15 X 14 1/2 in. decorated old blue dower chest, inscribed Marita Dotter, 1806, attrib. to Lancaster Co., PA. 18th c. 30 X 16 X 14 1/2 in. tall old blue child's blanket box. Early 19th c. canted 44 in. old red blanket box. 69 in. 18th c. walnut five small over four drawer tall chest on bracket base. Continental c. 1800 60 X 72 in. tall pine settle in old finish. Early 19th c. fine form octag. top tripod-based birch candlestand on spade feet. C. 1790 seven spindle Windsor side chair in orig. red/brown paint. Pair of birdcage Windsor chairs in original old paint. C. 1800 one drwr. old red stand on turned legs and button feet. Sculpted arm 38 in. c. 1800 child's ladderback armchair. Flower and leaf decorated 19th  c. high chair. 48 X 22 in. 18th c. Korean coin chest with early hardware.  72 X 37 in. fruitwood dining or baker's table on tapered legs. 95 X 49 X 30 in. walnut dropleaf dining or conference table on block and turned stretcher base. Very heavily carved 19 in. diam. marble inset Asian rosewood stand. 54 in. diam. 19th c. hutch table in later blue paint. Old green 19th c. schoolmaster's desk over one drawer tapered leg base. 72 X 37 in. early 19th c. glazed top section pine corner cabinet with shaped shelves. 82 X 43 1/2 in. early 19th c. stepback cupboard with shelves and drawers.

Fine c. 1900 Eldred Wheeler cookie-cornered old brown tea table in the 18th c. style and construction. 80 in. 19th c. old red rocking settee. Figured sycamore dropleaf table on tapered legs. Numerous good 19th c. one drawer stands. Deep-carved and other camphorwood storage chests. 19th c. walnut gaming table on fine sculpted base (top detail). Aaron Willard Jr. banjo clock with  nautical tablet. 25 in. French style mantle clock with marble columns, metallic putti and garland decoration. Gilded coromandel mirror with carved eagle crest. Three piece rustic hickory outside seating group. Set of four 19th c. maple side chairs  with rare hide seats. Set of six 20th c. braceback Windsor side chairs with branded WCW initials. 18th c. style Paine Furniture highback rolled arm wing chair on pad feet with center drop panel. Early 20th c. formal mahogany card table with urn and checkered inlay. 1929 Packard leather-covered storage trunk. 70 in. tall fancy wrought iron liquor/wine storage rack. Good occasional furniture.

OF SPECIAL INTEREST: The expertly inlaid eight drawer tool chest made by Benjamin F. Triebel, Red Hook, NY in 1878 when he was 24, possibly as an apprentice piece (interior drawer detail). Mr. Triebel's large collection of tools as a church carpenter will be sold in separate lots, including 43 molding planes, selection of bench planes and a large selection of chisels and other misc. tools.

ESTATE SILVER AND JEWELRY: Good selection of estate jewelry and sterling silver flatware, hollow-ware and accessories. Joseph Quintana American Indian silver-mounted belts. Costume jewelry.

ESTATE CHINA, GLASSWARE AND POTTERY: 18 in. Imari charger.  24 in. Japanese vase and other Asian vases. Asian table urns and dinner china. Celadon. Large private collection of American slip-decorated and other redware, including some rare forms. Decorated utilitarian gray stoneware. Acoma. Cartier glass beverage set with duck decoration. Royal Copenhagen Zeus and Europa ceramic table sculpture. 21 in. 19th c. Continental ceramic male figure with dagger in belt sheath. Collection of Beswick figurines.

OLD LIGHTING: Mirrored sconces. Selection of American and European 18th and 19th c. pewter and other metallic candlesticks. Pair of 65 in. tall 19th c. wrought iron floor candlesticks. 41 in. 18th c. wrought iron candleholder on tripod base. Fancy 19th c. iron 5 light wall sconce. 20th c. hanging electrical fixture in flower and leaf decoration.

OLD WOODENWARE AND METALWARE: Fine  decorated early 19th c. old green wall box. Stately hanging orig. red pipe box with shapely cutout top section. 5 1/2 in. hanging bird's-eye maple salt box. One 5 1/2 in. center handle basket and one 5 1/2 in. covered  basket, both of Maine Indian origin. Finely woven ME Indian snowshoes. Early 20th c. Nantucket basket purse. Four c. 1800 Continental slide lid spice boxes with carved decoration, two with bird handles. 38 in. metallic bird tree on a cast iron base. Early cast iron Old Salt and Asian lovers bookends. Early sheep doorstop. 19th and 20th c. decorative andirons.

NAUTICAL AND MILITARY: 19th c. Hughes marine sextant. 29 X 18 in.  ship diorama with British flags. Nazi Army Officer's dagger and S.A. Brownshirts Storm Trooper dagger. Two 19th c. Continental long knives with brass handles and 22 1/2 in. blades. 97 in. wooden military airplane propeller.

FOLK ART AND TOYS: 72 in. ornamental carved spread-wing eagle in weathered surface. 27 in. carved and gilded ornamental eagle. 15 1/2 in. and 13 1/2 in. male form whirlygigs. 29 in. goose decoy in feeding position. Vintage 14 in. Harley Davidson motorcycle toy.

OLD RUGS: Varied selection of estate oriental rugs of different sizes may be viewed by clicking here for photos with rug lot numbers

EPHEMERA, ADVERTISING, BOOKS AND PHOTOGRAPHY:  1786 Benjamin Franklin signed document: An Act for the Regulation of Bankruptcy, framed with images of Mr. Franklin and a Franklin commemorative coin. 1767 Maine deed for land belonging to Samuel Thompson (Thompson's War). 1760 Massachusetts Bay document commissioning John Ingalls as Ensign. 1950 Warner Bros. movie poster, Caged. 1958 Allied Artists movie poster, Quantrill's Raiders. 1903 ad poster for Satin Skin Cream and Powder. German printed poster, Munchen 1972 (Munich Olympics). 42 X 60 in. 20th c. tin fishing specialists advertising sign, THE ANGLER. Sumner's mid-19th c. bound paper book: On Finding A Ship's Position At Sea. Joshua Chamberlain's 1915 The Passing of the Armies. S. O. Jewett and Celia Thaxter books. Printed books on Charles H. Woodbury and family. In separate lots by category contemporary estate books on various subject areas, including art and architecture, photography, antiques, music, world culture and much more. Misc. leather-bound books of interest. Large selection of daguerreotypes, ambrotypes and tintypes from an old New England family and family albums from another New England family, some military photos included.

OLD PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS AND PRINTS: 16 x 19 in. A. T. Hibbard signed oil painting on board, Gloucester Fishing Boats. 21 1/2 X 29 1/2 in. Jack L. Gray, '51 landscape o/c, First Snow, depicting a coastal river scene with watercraft through Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. 17 X 13 1/2 in. oval KPM plaque depicting The Virgin of Seville, after Murillo. 19 X 14 1/2 in. unsigned 19th c. o/c of a smiling young girl petting her cat. 13 1/2 X 9 1/2 in. F. C. Mathewson, 1901, landscape w/c of road through the trees. 10 1/2 X 13 1/2 in. Ethelwyn Bradish Ogunquit, '23 o/b beach scene. 6 1/2 X 10 1/2 in. Beverly Hallam floral ink and acrylic, Study For Ellie's Roses. 10X 15 in. indistinctly signed photographic image, entitled Boston, of a downtown street scene in spring color. 19th c. 17 1/4 X 23 1/4 in. unsigned Hudson River School o/c of a river in a landscape. 11 1/2 X 15 1/2 in. signed Harrison o/c of dog eyeing a bone on a table. 28 1/2 X 14 1/2 in. 1892 Donaldson print, Young America, of young girl with American flag. More paintings and prints of interest.

Private collection of fourteen Charles F. Woodbury drawings and thirty-eight etchings drawn from Woodbury's estate after his passing. Some offered works to be sold individually and some works in small groups. Preview by appointment is important for interested parties. See samples from the collection here. Also offered is a 14 X 10 1/2 in. C. H. Woodbury signed professional photo of the seated Woodbury by Purdy & Co. of Boston.

TERMS OF SALE:  Cash or approved check. Mastercard or Visa accepted. 18% Buyer’s Premium, discounted to 15% when paid by cash or good check. 5.5% ME Sales Tax applies to all purchases without copy of current resale exemption certificate. Written or oral descriptions subject to error or omission. Absentee bids close at 9:30 a.m. on auction day. No food or drink available. Please bring your own.

DIRECTIONS: Take Exit 7 (The Yorks) from I-95 to Rte. One and follow Rte. One north 2/10 mi. to the Goodwin Building on the right at corner of Raydon Rd. SEE MAP.

TELEPHONE BIDS: Phone Bids close on Friday, Jan. 29th at 6:00 p.m. (the day before auction).

ABSENTEE BIDS: Absentee or Left bids close on Saturday, Jan. 30th at 9:30 a.m..

 

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