Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
Previews Friday, March 30th From 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.,
From 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. on the Day of Sale
Or By Appointment, Highly Encouraged.
Selling a diverse selection of antiques, period and decorative accessories removed solely from estates, private collections and old households.
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FURNITURE: 39 in. NH cherry four drawer chest on French feet with curly maple center drop panel. 39 in. maple graduated four drawer chest on bandy legs. NH flat top Queen Anne maple highboy with carved fan and 38 X 17 case. Ball and claw foot Chippendale side and armchairs with openwork backs and carved crests. Portsmouth region 18th c. ladderback armchair on bun feet. Thomas Radford tall case clock (active 1759-1801). Q.A. lyre back side chair. 35 X 20 Chippendale mirror with Phoenix crest. 42 in. Queen Anne mahogany drop leaf table. 17th c. Continental oak blanket box on raised base, having three panel front and carved detail. Empire mahogany card table on carved pedestal base with brass feet. Mid-19th c. child's highchair with landscape paint-decorated slats. 16 X 9 in. painted case of hanging storage drawers. Low back (Shaker?) dining chair. Early seven spindle Windsor bow back side chair.
19th c. 72 in. curved back pine settle. 54 X 30 19th c. pine sawbuck table. 37 X 17 floral and vine paint-decorated mustard blanket box. Set six c. 1850 birch ladderback dining chairs. Pair 19th c. upholstered and gilded French armchairs. Federal mahogany two part secretary desk. Early 19th c. 41 in. figured mahogany slant lid desk. 18th c. Chinese barber's seat. Early Pembroke, tap and occasional tables. Folding 9 ft. pole ladder, attrib. to Shakers. Selection of 18th and 19th c. occasional furniture. 73 in. old blue bench seat on cutout legs. C. 1900 66 in. hanging corner cabinet with carved facade. Rare form octagonal Victorian walnut sewing stand on carved tripod base. 64 in. heavily carved Continental wall clock. 70 X 30 X 24 19th c. two part nineteen drawer oak dentist's cabinet. Pair 19th c. Jacobean form high back side chairs. C. 1900 three drawer mahogany chest with painted genre, vine and urn inlay. 60 in. revolving 19th c. bookcase. Victorian occasional furniture, 72 in. Leopold 1950's mahogany credenza with medial shelf and another 72 in. Leopold credenza with cabinet ends. Set of four Leopold armchairs. Mid-Century 42 in. round Saarinen (for Knoll) dining table on metallic base. 20th c. folk-carved and painted headboard with shells and swags.
ESTATE JEWELRY: Large selection of gold, sterling, platinum and gemstone jewelry from estates and old private collections. Large selection of designer signed and other good costume jewelry. Early 20th c. jeweler's engraving ball, bits and tools.
ESTATE CHINA, GLASSWARE AND POTTERY: Sets and groups, including Spode Primrose, Ridgway's Oriental pattern, Adams Titian, good Nippon and Jasper, Battersea. Scenic 19th c. English and calendar tiles. Cauldon and other good dinner china. Ernst Wahlis figurine. Selection of Baccarat and other fine paperweights. Steuben bowls and accessories. Unsigned 8 1/4 in. Lalique-form bowl with female nudes. Good etched and colored Victorian glass tableware, lighting and decorative objects. Large selection of Chinese pottery mudmen and other Asian pottery figures. Decorated American stoneware. Dr. Swett's and Bardwell's root beer mugs. Reid, Murdoch & Co. pickle crock.
MARITIME: Encased 17 in. early 19th c. La Flore prisoner of war made bone model ship, descended from family of noted Capt. Edward Trenchard, USN. Encased models of ocean liner, Nieuw Zeeland, U.S.S. Constitution and schooner with sails furled. 47 in. builder's half hull built in Tortola. R. Ferro, Genova ship's binnacle with compass. Miniature watercolor portrait of USN Capt. Edward Trenchard (1785-1824) with later detected signature, H. Williams, likely Henry Williams, Massachusetts miniaturist, active (1787-1830), and framed engraving of Rear Adm. Stephen Decatur Trenchard, son of Capt. Edward Trenchard.
MILITARY: 22 1/2 X 15 1/2 in. European armorial drum, paint-decorated with dressed soldier and fleurs de lis. F.B.W. (Boston) made Civil War bugle, presented to Maj. Wm. F. White, 1st Reg. Cav. M.V., Nov. 1861. C. Sharp's Patent carbine (detail), Oct. 5th, 1852. Talabot, Paris artillery short sword, No. 1093. Military and political medals and ribbons.
MUSICAL: 1880's fretless banjos and minstrel banjo. David Sarnoff (RCA) 50th Anniv. presentation medal and his personal 45 RPM record player. Selmer and another French clarinet. Edison Standard Phonograph and 48 rolls.
FOLK ART: 19th c. hand crank wooden toy with three carved tumbling men. Gloucester, MA swordfish bill with carved and inlaid handle. 30 in. sheet metal running horse,15 in. carved rooster and 11 in. bird in flight vane figures. 27 in. cutout two piece wooden whimsey with 1823 date. 30 in. and 32 in. featherbed smoothers, one dated 1854, both with carved horse handles. Four Mason Factory decoys. Russ Burr carved mallard miniature. 24 in. hollow copper fish vane in verdigris color. 1822 Hallowell, ME fire buckets. Small cased sailor's Valentine.
OLD RUGS AND TEXTILES: Diverse selection of good oriental and hooked rugs from many regions. Selected rugs with sizes and lot numbers are depicted HERE. Estate quilts, coverlets and early bed coverings
OLD TOYS AND DOLLS: 16 in. horse-drawn cast iron fire pumper with driver. 8 1/2 in. Trick Dog mechanical bank. Old cast iron still banks. Queen cast iron toy stove. Mickey Mouse litho'd. three car Lionel toy tin train and Mickey with coal shovel. Early figural tin windups. Early German, Dressel and other bisque head dolls. Black dolls. 19th c. 17 in. cloth doll with painted face. Large selection of folk dolls. Steiff animals.
OLD BOOKS, PAPER AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Maclay's Reminiscences Of The Old Navy, 1898, these two vols. descending through the family of Capt. Edward Trenchard and his son, Rear Admiral Stephen Decatur Trenchard (See more from that family in Paintings and Prints category.). Culpeper's 1848 The Complete Herbal. Nimrod's The Life of a Sportsman, London, 1914. Early 20th c. photograph and scrap album with graphic photos of the Chinese people. 1767 Newburyport, MA handwritten sales receipt. One fine old private collection comprised of several thousand holiday and occasion post cards, to be sold in albums by category. CDV album with photos of Mary Todd Lincoln and U. S. Grant. Paillard Bolex movie camera.
GARDEN AND ARCHITECTURAL: Two wrought iron Salterini chaise longues. Foldable 44 in. floral motif wrought settee. Pair of 19 in. tall cast iron urns on three feet and a single 24 in. diam. urn on plinth. 72 in. tree-form cast iron hall tree. Three piece fancy wrought iron group, incl. pair of high back chairs and 27 in. diam. center table. 38 in. tall ornamental copper heron on base with verdigris finish. 42 in. hollow metallic ornamental horse on mount.
ACCESSORIES: I. Stafford's 1785 powder horn. 45 star American parade flag. Sculptural 29 in. 18th c. fireplace trammel. Other early household metalware. Twelve point elk head on wood wall mount. Rare form figural doorstops. 21 1/2 in. Egyptian Revival ornamental standing cat. Wilder, Hingham covered firkin. Painted center handle wooden buckets. 19th c. center handle American and Chinese gathering baskets. Good woodenware. 9 ft. 6 in. X 25 in. carved and gilt-lettered sign, ANTIQUES. 3 1/2 in. Micmac basket. Nantucket basket purse. Graphic 8 ft. 5 in. circus or show textile depicting lady with Two-headed Snakes. Old varied collection of ladies' fans. Interesting Asian table objects and boxes. Early children's clothing. Collection of good ladies' mesh purses.
OLD PAINTINGS, PRINTS AND SCULPTURE: Descending through the family, miniature watercolor portrait of important USN Capt. Edward Trenchard (1785-1824) with later detected signature, H. Williams, likely Henry Williams, Massachusetts miniaturist, active 1787-1830, and engraving of his son, Rear Admiral Stephen Decatur Trenchard (See Old Books category). 29 1/2 X 24 1/2 Thomas Bardwell signed and 1765 dated portrait of Elizabeth Maria Burroughs. 15 3/4 X 11 3/4 post-impressionist pencil drawing of a house interior with sink. Framed 5 1/2 X 4 Renoir print of lady with a muff. 24 X 32 Jacob Greenleaf o/c, Gloucester Pier. Several Willis Bowditch (W.B.) Holbrook good seasonal country landscape oils and 13 1/2 X 19 1/2 Audubon style watercolor of birds in nest in a tree. 11 1/2 X 15 1/2 Frank French, A.N.A., o/b, The Cliffs at Laguna, California. 10 1/2 X 16 1/2 J.C. Miles w/c of coastal rocks and surf. 8 1/2 X 11 1/2 C.M. Ward 1915 w/c, Top of S.... Hill. Two 12 X 15 early 19th c. Continental oil paintings on canvas of a family in an interior. 12 X 25 framed w/c of two ships at sea, signed B. Gribble. 5 1/2 X 4 1/4 oval o/c of coastal lighthouse. 12 1/2 X 16 1/2 oval silk memorial by Sally Rice, c. 1815. Five c. 1874 Chinese watercolors on rice paper depicting Chinese ships and crew. 12 1/2 X 8 3/4 colored bookplate depicting Marguerite, Queen of Navarre, after a Clouet crayon drawing. Six photos of Degas works owned by a former Italian collector. Colorful old framed tinsel painting of urn of flowers. 24 X 37 Plaster of Paris plaque depicting a Roman chariot scene. Other good decorative works.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash or approved check. Mastercard or Visa accepted. 17% 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.
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, March 30th at 6:00p.m (the day before auction).
ABSENTEE BIDS: Absentee or Left bids close on Saturday, March 31st at 9:30 a.m..
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