Auction of Estate Antiques
September 26, 2020SOLD
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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 x 40 in. tall 19th c. Portsmouth inlaid 4 drwr. mahogany chest on French feet with inlaid center drop panel. 50 X 36 in. NH graduated seven drwr. birch tall chest on cabriole feet. 36 X 17 in. 19th c. birch card table on tapered legs. 36 in. three section Amer. Federal Period mahogany secretary desk on reeded legs from an old NH family. Paterai-inlaid oval top early 19th c. mahogany card table on tapered legs. 35 in. early 19th c. birch slant top desk on high bracket base. C. 1800 five spindle Windsor armchair with old painted surface. 18th c. Chippendale side chair with center shell crest. Heavily inlaid high back and low back Chippendale side chairs. Pair of Amer. Federal Period mahogany knife boxes. 41 X 21 in. gilded Federal mirror with cornucopia crest. Paint-decorated one drawer occasional table. Mid-19th c. child's high chair in orig. red paint. 18th c. mahogany corner chair on molded square legs. 48 in. Q.A. mahogany drop leaf table on pad feet. 42 in. reeded leg birch drop leaf table. 42 in. demi-lune mahogany card table on tapered legs. 35 1/2 in. inlaid and shaped edge mahogany card table on tapered legs. Three section early 19th c. New England secretary desk with tambour door interior above four drawer base. Two 18th c. banister back side chairs with similar crests. Early 18th c. joint stool. 39 X 19 in. mahogany highboy base. 84 X 48 in. arched top mahogany china or display cabinet with shaped glass panels.
19th c. Samuel Terry 19th c. shelf clock with architectural tablet. Two 19th c. wall barometers. 52 X 27 in. walnut stepback multi-door cabinet inscribed on back, made in 1860 by Warren Paul, Kittery, ME, the wood from the ship Ranger. 88 1/2 X 33 in. mid-19th c. walnut conference table with fancy decorative ironwork under base. 36 in. diameter Victorian luncheon table on heavily carved quadraped base. 24 X 17 in. demi-lune marble top walnut cabinet, the doors having carved birds. Marked L.&J.G. Stickley mission oak rocker #437 with leather cushions. Mission oak wall clock. Waterbury schoolhouse clock. Brass-framed carriage clock. Heavily-carved high back walnut side chair. 51 1/2 in. tall 19th c. vitrine cabinet with fancy paneled glasswork. 90 in. Victorian walnut pier mirror with smarble center shelf. Heavily inlaid 46 in. 19th c. dressing table with mirror on tapered legs and spade feet. 30 in. standing pine dough box on cutout legs. 20 X 20 X 9 in. Hanging oak eleven drawer store chest. Selection of various period occasional furniture.
ESTATE SILVER: Good selection of estate sterling silver flatware and hollow-ware, including six piece E. Lownes coffee/tea set on a sterling tray (375 oz. total estim.) Additional five and three piece coffee/tea sets. Bowls, serving trays and numerous accessories.
ESTATE JEWELRY: Fine selection of gold, sterling and gemstone jewelry and pocket watches. 12th Dynasty Egyptian beaded necklace and 2 3/4 in. Egyptian Eushabti (pottery human figure) with history from the Egyptian Exploration Society, both found in excavations by the Egyptian Exploration Society and now in a single glass case. Good costume jewelry, incl. Miriam Haskell private collection.
POTTERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE: Early 14 and 12 1/2 in. Delft basins. Decorated 4 gal. stoneware jug and 4 gal. open mouth Porter & Co. crock. 12 in. Rookwood shallow basin and accompanying sculpted flower frog in form of nude female. 14 1/4 in. Roseville Magnolia vase. 20 X 14 in. Meissen Blue Onion shallow platter. 4 1/2 in. Steuben clear glass sculpture of an embracing couple. Three piece Paris china group with cupids, mkd. Centennial Exhibition, Phila., 1876. 16 and 18 in. Imari chargers. Lot of eight Beswick cat figurines. Misc. Asian and French china and pottery. Pairs of electrified Asian pottery table lamps.
EPHEMERA AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Five 1753-1770's handwritten ledgers and ciphering books from the Conant family of Falmouth/Cumberland, ME. 1864 NH Adjutant General's order to enlist volunteers. 1832 S. F. Smith handwritten poetic verse, AMERICA, autographed in 1894. Large lot of daguerreotype and ambrotype photographs from Falmouth, Maine's Conant family. and from the same family a CDV of Horatio Blanchard in Civil War Naval uniform. Collection of glass plate negatives from the Jewett family of Exeter, NH and the Yorks of Kensington. Family ambrotype photography from another family. 1/6 pl. CW tinted Ambro of Charles Owen in full uniform with sword. 1907 Boston Sunday Post connected front and back page, the latter showing a full page Coca Cola advertisement. 1877 18 sheet Portland, ME street maps in color by Sanborn Map & Pub. Co. Large lot of European and Asian postcards.
MILITARY: Civil War and other swords, incl. later inscribed presentation sword. Small lot of misc. badges and pins. 1/6 pl. CWtinted Ambro of Charles Owen in full uniform with sword.
FOLK ART: Gilded 27 in. running deer weathervane with zinc head. 23 X 20 in. folk art Parcheesi board with house in center panel. Selection of graphic and colorful hooked rugs. Collection of colorful stump-work pillows and embroidered panels. Two framed prints of early samplers.
MARITIME: The 57 in. inscribed half hull of the schooner, B. Frank Nealley, 1880, its namesake living 1839-1910. Rare 19th c. 38 X 35 X 18 in. three drawer camphorwood sea captain's chest with foldout compartmented desk top. 38 X 16 in. sea chest with carved beckets. Family provenance provided. 16 in. diam. oak water barrel from the schooner Emma C. Berry, abandoned near Wiscasset, ME in the 19th c. 19th c. nautical brass binnacle and side lights.
ACCESSORIES: 10 in. metallic Asian Bodisatva figure. Two large single owner collections of snuff, pill and other small decorative boxes made of different materials. Two vintage Navajo blankets, measuring 7' X 4'9 in. and 7' 3 in. X 4' 8 in. Vintage equestrian whips of differing form. Lot of early stone axe heads and arrow points. Early fireplace accessories. Colorful 45 X 31 1/2 stained glass window. 1921 NH auto number plate No. 1517. Turkey and rabbit tin chocolate molds. 18 in. unmarked china head doll. Rare small doll carriage with rattan sides. Vintage Amish child's trousers and top. 11 in. tall Uncle Sam coin bank. Set of Warwick toy soldiers. Child's 19th c. landscape painted sled. 6 1/2 in. 19th c. fisherman doorstop. early Japanese center handle iron hot water pot.
OLD PAINTINGS, SCULPTURE AND PRINTS: 10 X 13 1/2 framed White Mtns. landscape o/c with initials of John White Allen Scott. 17 X 23 1/2 J. Stuart Blackton, 1895, o/b of ship in distress. 10 1/2 X 7 1/2 Ching Period artist's 75 page workbook of mainly bird and flower watercolors. 2 1/2 X 2 Lucien Frison oval pendant portrait of woman. 2 3/8 oval framed portrait of Jane Scott Shaw. 35 X 25 o/p of Charles Comfort Collins, attrib. to Thos. Casilaer Cole. 36 X 25 in. 19th c. R. Epp group family portrait o.c. 21 1/2 X 29 1/2 landscape o/c, attrib. to Grace Ayer. 25 X 38 1/2 George R, Carpenter w/c of harbor scene with fishing boat. 23 1/2 X 35 1/2 John Neill o/b of Ogunquit scene by fishing shack. 18 X 28 Allan A. Davidson w/c, Perkins Cove, '53. 10 X 22 Panos Ghikas 1952 abstract oil on linen. 30 X 46 1953 Panos Ghikas abstract oil on linen. 10 1/2 X 14 1/2 1935 Walt Kuhn print of female nude, accomp. by photo of Walt and Brenda Kuhn. 31 X 24 19th c. genre o/c of fruit seller and buyer, indist. sgd. 28 X 36 Patience Haley w/c abstract, The Mulberry Tree.24 X 38 P. Haley w/c abstract, Blue Moon and Sea. Jon Legere 24 X 32 dry brush painting, Nice and Warm. 17 1/2 X 23 1/2 Legere dry brush work, Way Inside. Eliot Offner 9 1/2 X 21 bronze bas relief, Auschwitz. 14 X 20 unframed o/c of sailboat Volunteer. 11 1/2 X 7 3/4 Landis A. Nazzaro, Gloucester, w/c of boats at dock. J. Scott lot of loose ink impressions on rice paper and others from the Scott family. Lot of four 12 X 18 1930's J. Powell Scott w/c street scenes. 12X 18 J. Kossonogi w/c abstract of Israeli Symphony Orchestra. 11 1/2 X 17 1/2 L. D. Norton, 1932 w/c, Coastal Surf With Gulls. 15 X 20 Mary Bruce Sharon o/b Tea in the Pink Drawing Room. J. Moigniez signed decorative bronze bird sculpture and another attrib. to Pautrot. Three framed graphite drawings of Roman figures by T. P. Rossiter, E. Leutze and Stripes Baker, all members of the Sketch Club of American Artists at Rome. 26 X 22 Leonard Baskin w/c portrait of Thomas Eakins. 14 X 8 1/2 Barry Moser wood engraving, King of Hearts. 9 X 13 Polly French w/c, Cosmos. 30 X 22 James Hendricks 1983 mixed media, Cosmic Series. 30 X 22 James Hendricks 1981 mixed media, Cosmic Series. 8 X 8 Rodo Boulanger lithograph, Boy and His Bull. 23 X 11 Jim Roberts Gyotaku Art, Salt Water Blue Crabs. 12 1/2 X 7 1/2 Leonard Baskin etching, Roman Caesar. 34 X 24 Audubon lithograph of Summer or Wood Duck, ANAS. 11 1/2 X 15 1/2 N. Hart (attrib. to Norman Hart) o/c of mountain range. 7 3/4 X 11 3/4 o/c of basket of baby chicks.11 1/2 X 15 1/2 Oliver Albertson o/b of fishing shack with boats. 47 X 17 Asian scroll depicting young woman. Framed 15 X 20 sgd. Louis Icart print of reclining female nude. 20 X 14 Walter & Kohn lithograph of Snowy Owl, NYCTA NIVEAA. Eight Carroll Thayer Berry prints of Maine scenes, incl. Rockport Harbor, The Cove, Maine, Old Port Edgecomb, ME, Solitude Maine, On the Common, Wiscasset, Hillside Farm, Maine, Days Ferry on the Kennebec and Bass Harbor Light. Two gilt-framed L. Lehman floral prints of an iris and a tulip.
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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