Auction of Estate Antiques
Saturday, August 7, 2021SOLD
Selling a diverse selection of antiques, period and decorative accessories removed solely from estates, private collections and old households.
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FURNITURE: 87 in. Elisha Smith, Jr., Sanbornton, NH tall case clock with bird's-eye maple center panel and paint-decorated features. 36 X 21 in. three drawer mahogany server on reeded legs with flower basket-carved back splash. 40 X 19 in. birch card table with bird's eye maple drawer front. 29 X 17 in. fruitwood three drawer server with medial shelf and bird's-eye maple drawer front and backsplash. One drawer turned leg stand with bird's eye maple drawer front and sides. 31 1/2 in. birch Queen Anne dropleaf table on pad feet. 35 X 17 in. graduated four drawer birch chest on bracket base with fan-carved center drop panel. 39 X 20 in. figured mahogany slant lid desk with center drop panel. 48 in. 18th c. Spanish foot stretcher-based side chair with carved crest, the chair attrib. to Gaines. 36 x 18 in. tapered leg one drawer birch dropleaf table with shaped leaves. 34 X 20 in. pine one drawer tavern table on tapered legs with overhanging 43 X 27 1/2 in. top. C. 1700 three slat bulbous-turned armchair with 14 1/2 in. high rush seat. Set of four decorated 19th c. Hitchcock side chairs. 19th c. 41 X 20 in. mahogany four drawer tambour desk. Seven spindle bulbous-turned Windsor armchair. Rustic old green painted Windsor armchair, the arms having knuckle handholds. 32 in. tall carved rosewood Asian stand with marble top. Graduated three drawer figured mahogany stand on tapered legs with inlaid top. Maker-marked L. & J.G. Stickley rocker with 35 in. arms. 60 X 40 X 18 in. 19th c. pie safe on turned legs. 84 X 32 X 29 1/2 in. high splay leg farm table in old blue paint, made in the 18th c. style by 20th c. craftsman. Mustard grain-painted 49 X 19 in. 19th c. storage box on cutout legs. Set of hanging spice drawers in old finish. Other spice drawers. Two 18 X 12 in. Connecticut and Passumsic Rivers R.R. document boxes in old paint. A. Metzger Baking Co. Wholesale Bakery, Council Bluffs, LA. storage box. Occasional furniture, including 38 X 17 in. upholstered bench seat with foxhunt hand needlepoint cover. 35 X 20 in. gilt-framed mirror.
ESTATE JEWELRY: Selection of gold and sterling jewelry in many fine forms and designs. Costume jewelry.
Good selection of ESTATE STERLING flatware, hollow ware and accessories. Six piece Meriden silverplate coffee/tea set on original tray from family of Maine Senator and Senate President Roy Fernald, organizer of fundraisers for Margaret Chase Smith and other notables. Other good silverplated ware.
ESTATE CHINA AND GLASSWARE: 14 in. early style Rose Medallion charger and 12 in. diam. X 5 in. deep bowl. 59 piece early style single family set of Rose Medallion dinnerware. Asian chargers and decorative urns. Asian ceramic and carved wooden human sculpture. Artist signed Moorcroft 12 1/2 in. vase. Stoddard flasks. Signed Young & Constantin 9 in. art glass vase. Early 19th c. boxed twelve bottle gold-embossed liquor set with glasses.
OLD WOODENWARE AND BASKETS: Selection of 18th c. Continental carved wooden spice boxes and food grinders. 8 1/2 in. tall old green firkin. Five carved wooden and ceramic African tourist masks. 16 1/2 in. 19th c. oval old green box with scenic tablet. Collection of Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Maine Indian baskets, many identified by maker. Giltwood carved eagle mounted wall shelf and large carved architectural plinth.
EPHEMERA: From a collection of family papers donated to a Massachusetts non-profit organization and now carefully conserved, an 1804 John Smith signed single sheet statement of ownership transfer from the 19th c. Estate of William Smith to Robert Hawkins of "A Negro boy named Abraham which boy they sell as a slave." Box of 19th and 20th c. family Civil War period and other ephemera from a Wheelock, VT family. Mounted WWll war posters. Hudepohl and Traum beer advertising signs.
FOLK ART: Graphic 19th c. samplers. 15 X 25 in. American ship diorama. Boxed set of five Acme, St. Louis, MO folding decoys with original weights. Group of early Danz and Co. decoys with flotation boards. Strater and Sohier tinnie decoys. Good Maine wooden decoys.
ACCESSORIES: 10 X 6 1/2 in. Asian jade table screen. Tiffany and other mantle clocks. Brass-framed carriage clocks. 20th c. Mariner's clock and barometer. Graphic 1822 and 1838 samplers. Inuit animal and human form stone sculpture, some maker-marked. Early pewter. Old buttons. Large family collection of Victorian beaded, metallic and cloth purses and handbags. 17 in. handcrafted toy wooden locomotive. Fine Victorian white wedding dress, approximate size four. 51 X 74 in. 19th c. woven Asian tapestry. 23 in. diameter early brass plaque, depicting Louis XIV. Boxed collection in slots of over 100 sterling and other thimbles of advertising, political and other themes.
ESTATE RUGS: A large number of estate rugs, photographs of which may be viewed by clicking HERE, including lot numbers and sizes.
GARDEN FURNISHINGS: including 33 in. square marble top table on fancy sculpted wrought iron base, three piece wrought seating group, gates and decorative garden pieces.
PAINTINGS, PRINTS AND SCULPTURE: 13 X 17 1/2 in. Worden-Wood signed w/c of the whaling ship Charles Morgan. 13 1/2 in. Harold Tovish bronze of the bust of a man. 13 x 22 in. Charles Codman landscape o/c. 12 X 16 in. J. E. Enneking o/b of Pigeon Cove near Rockport, MA. 55 1/2 X 46 in. o/c of two Continental gentlemen in conference in front of a globe. 9 1/4 X 7 1/2 in. 1949 Ruth Lee w/c of Chapel on Star Island with Celia Thaxter signed photograph. Ed Betts Turbot's Creek w/c. 19thc. oil portrait of Civil War surgeon, George C. Jarvis. 5 X 9 1/4 in. oil of York Harbor Beach. 14 1/2 X 12 1/4 in. Beverly Hallam Geraniums. Pair E. Arnold sgd. 21 X 13 in. o/c of couple on horseback. 23 X 47 in. Everett Simoneau coastal ME seascape and Harmon Neill portrait. 36 X 48 in. Landa, '76 sgd. o/c of The Beatles in concert. 13 1/2 X 9 1/2 in. Leonard Foujita signed woodcut self portrait. 23 1/2 X 17 1/2 in. 19th c. o/c of red-headed young girl. Paul Jacoulet woodblock print: L'homme Qui Ecrit. 21 X 13 in. Chris Ritter female nude. 20 X 24 in. Dorothy Howard country landscape o/c. 17 X 21 W. Hogg seascape o/c. W. Preston oils. 24 x 36 in. o/c of Children in the Woods by R. Vernet. L. Baskin etching of bird. 19 1/2 X 26 o/c landscape by Wennerberg. More of interest.
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.
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