Selling a diverse selection of antiques, special categories, period and decorative accessories removed solely from estates, private collections and old households.
Auction of Estate Antiques
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SATURDAY AT 10:00 A.M. : The sale begins with forty-one lots of Vintage Baseball Cards and Related Items, principally from an old single owner family collection, followed directly with Estate Antiques. Catalog listing of baseball lots downloaded here.
FURNITURE: 69 X 41 in. maple chest on chest on ogee base. Portsmouth, NH banister-back armchair with incised banisters and crest (See Jobe, Fig. 74). Another banister back armchair and side chair. 18th c. bowback Windsor armchair on bulbous turned base. 40 in. maple Queen Anne oval drop leaf table on pad feet. Another Q.A. base with 48 in. replaced top. 23 X 19 X 32 in. mahogany twelve bottle cellaret on reeded legs and brass casters. 69 X 36 in. Centennial maple highboy. Fine one drawer tapered leg cherry stand with checkered inlay. One drawer densely figured birch tapered leg stand with diminutive 14 in. top. 44 in. figured birch tapered leg drop leaf table. Hoadley tall case clock. Set five paint-decorated thumb-back side chairs. Early document and storage boxes in paint. Child’s 19th c. old green rodback armchair. 41 in. 19th c. bowfront mahogany one drawer writing table. PA walnut blanket chest on ogee feet with two lateral drawers. 19th c. carved and decorated 80 X 42 in. two part Chinese day bed. Pair of delicate mother of pearl inlaid Victorian side chairs (detail). Swan-carved armchair. Early 20th c. 72 in. two-part carved, ivory overlaid and paint-decorated folding screen. Double pedestal 51 in. wide Centennial mahogany dining table (detail leg design), the length expandable to 100 in. Set of twelve Chippendale style Centennial dining chairs on ball and claw feet. Nesting tables and good occasional furniture. Upholstered fireside bench with wrought iron sword-form base. Centennial mahogany slant lid desk. Unusual small split bamboo bookcase. The fanciest decorated cottage chest. 48 in. unmarked mission settee and armchair. Mission oak fireplace surround with 41 X 38 in. opening. Self-styled mid 20th c. group of four low tables on blocked legs, 19th c. mahogany cradle.
GARDEN AND ARCHITECTURAL: Fine wicker chaise and ottoman. Set of four James Overman Adirondack style side chairs. Fine 8 ft. 5 in. stained glass transom from 1896 Ridgefield, CT building. Pair sash-molded 53 X 45 in. 20 pane windows. Unusual 35 in. homemade metallic bird bath with concrete paint finish. L. Whitney hand wrought figural lead fountainhead.
OLD LIGHTING: Very fancy Victorian and Art Nouveau hanging fixtures, table and floor lamps. Asian table lamps, including fine pair of 17 in. genre-painted Chinese vase lamps. Brass nautical lamps and gimbel candleholders. Rare pair of 7 ½ in. 19th c. cylindrical milk glass whale oil or fluid burning candlestick lamps. Pair very fancy 19th c. Continental putty painted metallic table candelabra. Early tin hand and other lighting and accessories. Brass and other candlesticks.
OLD CLOCKS: British Vienna style wall regulator clock. Mounted 6 in. diam. Chelsea brass ship’s bell clock. Good Victorian and German ceramic shelf clocks.
ESTATE CHINA, GLASSWARE AND POTTERY: Fine pair of 12 in. scenic blue transfer reticulated baskets on underplates. Other good transferware. Pair of fancy 19th c. 10 ½ in. Satsuma gilt and genre decorated vases on footed stands. Scenic Nippon. Graduated trio of The Little Jockey and other luster pitchers. Humorous genre decorated 7 in. Mettlach #2282 stein. Decorative Victorian and later china. Fine cut to clear deep blue 13 in. vase, punch set and accessory pieces. Pair of 10 in. footed amethyst vases. Jackfield pottery. John Bell and Solomon Bell stoneware. Merchant-incised Newburyport stoneware. Decorated stoneware. Glazed architectural tiles. Selection of ESTATE SILVER and silverplate flatware, hollow-ware and accessories.
ESTATE JEWELRY: Fine and diverse selection of gold, sterling, platinum and gemstone jewelry. Good ladies’ wrist watches, including platinum and diamond, 18K Bucherer, 14K Wittnauer and Hamilton. Men’s and ladies’ pocket watches. Selection of good costume jewelry.
PERIOD AND DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES: 21 in. 19th c. rooster silhouette vane from an early Eliot, ME home. Carved 19th c. ivory bust of matador (?). 39 in. sculpted plaster angel. 18th c. 21 in. shipwright’s boatsway bit brace. 19th c. 19 X 17 X 10 in. doll house on turned legs in orig. paint. Paint-decorated 19th c. doll cradle. 20th c. dolls, clothing and furniture. Nishijin and Newgin Bright wall-mount pinball machines. Spoked 29 in. ship’s wheel. 19th c. cadet’s sword. G.A.R. items. Military and other medals, including 1948 Philadelphia Republican National Convention Honorary Sergeant at Arms and Delegate medals. Early Kris knife and selection of old jack knives. Old buttons. Early and interesting sewing accessories. Early 11 in. diam. lap-jointed powder blue covered firkin. Old baskets, woodenware, tinware and wrought iron accessories. Early tin fireplace reflector oven. Interesting old desk accessories and figural bookends. Selection of good dog doorstops. Selection of old apothecary bottles. Three Ben Schmidt (Michigan) decoys. Baldwin tin windup egg-laying chicken. Ogunquit, ME dug Indian stone tools, arrow and spear points. Victorian and early 20th c. vintage clothing (1, 2) and accessories, including satin wedding dresses and Asian ladies’ garments ( 1, 2). 1970 Martin #0018 guitar and early F.S. marked four string banjo. Mounted eight point buck.
ORIENTAL RUGS: Selection of small and large area rugs from private estates and households. View Here
OLD BOOKS, PAPER AND ADVERTISING: Selection of estate books, including period and later books on the Civil War, York, ME and six vol. set of Garrigue’s 1851 Iconographic Encyclopedia. Early land indentures. J.J. Stoner’s 1877 Bird’s Eye View of Great Falls (NH) and Berwick (ME). Large selection of post cards, boxed and in albums, including early Newport, RI U.S.N. Training Ctr. and Naval ships. Misc. U.S.N. ephemera. 1933 Presidential Inauguration ticket. British WWII posters. Southern Spain bullfight posters, featuring Paco Camino and Manuel Benitez. Albums of tobacco labels and bands. Assortment of tobacco tins and beverage trays. Small lot of local OLD FAMILY PHOTOS, including tintype of a young Civil War Sergeant.
OLD PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS AND PRINTS : 6 X 8 ½ in. Louis I. Kahn 1935 w/c of bridge approach to Rockport, MA with buildings, his letter of gift attached. Louis D. Norton 11 ½ X 18 in. pastel of fishing shacks near Kennebunkport and another Norton pastel, 12 X 18 in., of beach scene with surf. Eleven works by Simka Simkhovitch, including a three part, six panel folding screen. Indistinctly signed still life and stucco building oils. Four drawings by Walt Kuhn (three framed), from 1933-1946, all approximately 9 X 7 ½ in., depicting a bullfight scene, cowboy hunters and two of horsemen. 57 X 30 in. Chinese watercolor on paper scroll of diverse genre scene. 19th c. reverse painted urn of flowers. 15 ½ X 12 ½ in. 19th c. o/c of a Continental maiden sitting by the shore. 23 X 29 in. C.C. Potter o/c of ship at sea near a lighthouse. 6 X 4 ½ in. Robert M. Watson w/c of seated man with a pipe. 24 X 34 in. primitive o/c of moose in a landscape. 12 ½ X 9 ½ in. painted silk panel depicting Asian genre scene. 21 X 30 in. Robert E. Grady w/c of boats in Perkins Cove dry dock and others by this artist, including Mt. Katahdin (ME) and Marginal Way, Ogunquit, ME. 24 X 30 in. Jocelyn Searles’ 1963 Perkins Cove o/b, Breakfast at Billy’s. Mark English sketch and proof for the painting, Clara Blue. Gerald Caron still lifes and M. E. Falconer’s Cape Cod Dunes.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash or approved check. Mastercard and Visa accepted. 15% Buyer’s Premium. 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. ** Food and refreshments available.
DIRECTIONS: From I-95, take Exit 7 (The Yorks) and follow to U.S. Rte. One. Take left on U.S. Rte. One and follow 2/10 mi. to the Goodwin Building on the right at the corner of Raydon Rd. SEE MAP
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