Hap Moore Antiques Auctions

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

Auction of Estate Antiques
Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.

Previews Friday Sept. 28th from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.,
From 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. on Auction Day
Or By Appointment from now thru Sept. 28th.


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

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The auction will begin with approximately 45 minutes of a private collection of Antique and Vintage Firearms,  Military Accessories and Ephemera.

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FURNITURE: 79 in. old red stepback cupboard. 72 X 36 in. 18th c. open top pine corner cupboard with red interior. 18th/19th c. 54 in. twelve section old green standing cabinet. 53 X 43 X 12 in. two door old green cupboard. 48 X 39 in. old blue curved hanging shelf. Rare form 50 X 35 in. 18th c. molded three tier pine hanging shelf with five drawers below. 18th c. ladder-back rocker with downturned arms. Other early rockers. 40 in. 17th c. English settee with raised panel design. Continental 18th c. 50 in. pine blanket box with forged hardware. 77 in. American Federal eight leg sofa. Inlaid  American Federal card table on tapered square legs. Two early mahogany tip tables, including 31 in. dish top example on carved base. Early 19th c. canopy bed with rope-turned posts. Early old red trundle bed and 19th c. cannonball beds. 41 X 22 in. 19th c. pine dry sink on arched ends. Grain-painted four drawer chest on arched ends and 66 in. 19th c. wardrobe. Old blue blanket boxes. Early 48 in. diam. pine hutch table. Early splay leg occasional tables and tap tables. Continental carved and gilded occasional table with 36 X 23 in. figured marble top. Fine 56 in. tall early 19th c. pine clerk's desk on frame. 85 in. early Empire sofa with acanthus and lion's paw carved detail. Early 19th c. four drawer maple chest on bracket base with 2 in. overhang. 39 in. 19th c. N.E. birch four drawer chest on raised base.

Tapered leg one drawer NH birch card table. Mid-19th c. 40 in. diam. mahogany center table on well-carved base. 19th c. 42 in. molded leg mahogany  drop leaf table. Good 19th and 20th c. occasional furniture in old finish. 19th c. old yellow NH Blanchard standing butter churn. Stately C. 1910 36 X 23  in. figured marble top occasional table on fancy carved and gilded base. Numerous 19th c. table top and floor standing sets of storage drawers and boxes, including inlaid examples. C. 1890 metallic single bed, expertly landscape-painted. Set of eight and separate set of six mid-20th c. mahogany Chippendale style dining chairs with good carved detail. Stately C. 1910 gargoyle-carved curved glass mahogany china cabinet on ball and claw legs. Late 19th c. 29 1/2 in. square X 14 in. tall Asian rosewood table. 19th and early 20th c. paint-decorated Asian cabinets. 29 1/2 X 17 X 21 in. Louis Vuitton trunkwith original paper label inside. 32 X 18 X 7 1/2 in. F. K. Hubbard's Veterinary Remedies oak storage cabinet. 20th c. Maitland-Smith coffee table in the form of a stack of books.

ESTATE CHINA AND POTTERY: Selection of older Rose Medallion, Canton and other Export ware. Better Spode and decorative china. Royal Crown Derby. Longfellow commemorative china and good transfer-ware. Good yellow-ware. 10 1/2 in. Roseville Mostique vase and  Donatello sticks.


Wide variety of OLD TOYS AND DOLLS: 21 in. 19th c. cast iron horse-drawn fire wagon and other fire vehicles. Cast trucks and cars, incl. racer. Dick Tracy metallic Squad Car and others. Cast iron and other metallic penny banks, incl. mechanical Novelty Bank with pull out teller. Large lot of various size Skookum dolls. Large lot of 20th c. Steiff stuffed animals. Lot of world souvenir dolls. Folky stuffed animals. 29 in. dressed china head doll in 19th c. chair. Paint-decorated 19th c. dapple grey hobby horse. Old red 50 in. 19th c. child's sled, inscribed Hustler.

HOUSEHOLD WOODENWARE AND METALWARE: 21 1/2 in. folk-carved and polychromed 19th c. armless male figure with top hat. Old working decoys. 13 in. folk-carved and mounted eagle. Sel. of good baskets, early wooden and metallic kitchen and household implements. Rare 38 in. birch broom. Unusual size 15 1/2 in. old red butter churn. 18 in. bird's-eye maple chopping bowl. Federal Period and Arts & Crafts wire firescreens. Rare pair 20 in. polychromed cast iron American Indian brave andirons. Other early forged scroll, gooseneck and brass andirons. Pair of 24 X 22 in. British cast iron marked Elsley firebacks with lion and crest motif.

OLD RUGS: Oriental rugs from various regions, with sizes and lot numbers. Rare home designed crocheted rugs. Selected Estate Rugs Here.

ACCESSORIES: Early 19th c. 58 in. long craftsman's wooden treadle lathe. Large selection of 18th and 19th c. animal horn, leather and embossed brass powder and shot flasks and horns, some with original decoration. 19th c. reloading tools. Two small same family samplers, 1796 and 1812. Small lot of good decorated snuff boxes. Selection of old Asian carvings, table accessories and boxes. Vintage military and political badges and ephemera. 19th c. cast fire nozzles and brass trumpet. Tourte signed violin bow. Conn trombone. Gibson, Jr. mandolin. Collection of Indian-form bookends and table items. Selection of ladies' and gentlemen's fashion and personal accessories. Japanese kimonos. C. 1913 Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, London Travel Vanity Case, with enameled and faux tortoise accessories. Lot of three framed 19th c. ladies' fans with genre social scenes 19th c. book-form tantalus. 19th c. Crandall typewriter in box. 21 in. cased Robert E. Lee sidewheeler model. 30 in. 19th c. three masted ship model with lifeboats and deck fittings. Vintage metallic railway signs for York Beach and York Harbor (ME). Stately table lighting.  Nimo fish-carved lamp. G.W.Wind lamps. The uniforms, epaulets and bicorn hat belonging to USN Capt. John Gilbert Marshall Stone, 1940's Commandant of the Charlestown (MA) Naval Shipyard. Group of cased one family 19th c. portrait photos, incl. child post mortem.

OLD BOOKS, PAPER AND EPHEMERA: Tho. D'Urfey's 1692 The Marriage Hater Match'd. Early leather Alice in Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass. Follett, Foster and Co. 1860 Political Debates Between Hon. Abraham Lincoln and Hon. Stephen A. Douglas. Six vol. set, Diary of Samuel Pepys. 1905 P. F. Collier & Son The Russo-Japanese War. The War Between The United States and Mexico, 1851. Illustrated (in color), Nebel and Kendall.  Author sgd. Wiggin's A Child's Journey With Dickens. Richard Harding Davis books on war-related themes and many more titles. 1910 bound Welcome Home, A Dinner To Theodore Roosevelt. Two vols. John Leech Pictures Of Life Character, 1865. Hendrik Van Loon and John Marquand books. Large selection of vintage and later Massachusetts Town Histories, from which bidders may make up their own lots with a $100.00 minimum bid. Leather sets of poetry, history and theater, literature, early religion, etc. Books on, York, ME, Portsmouth, NH and Newburyport, MA, incl. maritime. Old paper, including 18th c. parchment land deeds and 19th c. patents.

1907 Sandringham Rectory bound ledger with signatures of Royalty. Album of Windsor Castle event invitations to Sandringham's Rector, Rev. F. Percival Farrar, C. 1907. R. H. Davis hand-drawn map on onion skin of route from Tao Yang to Port Arthur, Manchuria, where the Russo-Japanese War commenced in 1904. The original (later copied) 13 1/2 X 10 1/2 in. War with Mexico-related photo of Teddy Roosevelt, R. H. Davis and the Sec'y of State. Framed and signed photos of Roosevelt, Grover Cleveland and J. J. Pershing. Lot of photos of Ziegfeld dancer, Hope Davis. Lot of Spy Prints depicting famous men and inscribed to R. H. Davis by Rudyard Kipling, Chas. D. Gibson, et al. Six framed 1865 San Francisco shipping line color advertising cards. 1904 Nat'l Tribune broadside, Army of the Potomac. 1751 color map of Normandie and other world maps. January 22, 1981 Rolling Stone magazine cover with John Lennon and Yoko Ono embracing. Private collection of misc. world ephemera, advertising and postcards.

OLD PAINTINGS, PRINTS AND SCULPTURE: 22 X 17 C. D. Gibson pencil drawing of couple leaning on an outside railing. 12 X 21 C. D. Gibson print of 12 men in The Jury with it's possible original photo polymer printing plate, Gibson being a close friend of the consignor's family (See Letter). 23 X 35  C. (Charles) Ogilvy o/c of The Barque Mary Mark, 1868. 16 1/2 X 27 1/2 o/p of sailing ship, China Clipper, 1894. 24 X 36 J. Thurston Marshall painting on canvas, Spring Dusting. 8 X 13 J. F. Herring o/c farmyard scene. 21 X 29 S.P.R. Triscott pastel of landscape by a river. 29 1/2 X 23 1/2 Marilyn Kaplan cityscape o/c. 26 X 40 McPhail, '66 o/c bar scene with black figures. 19th c. Lino Lipinsky drawings and etchings. Large  and fine 19th c. still life oils. Ship dioramas. 5 1/2 X 7 1/2 Anna Fitzhugh coastal water scene o/c. 30 X 24 19th c. oil portrait of gentleman. 5 X 7 C. Siligato w/c of Italian village. 15 X 22 Vassilick (sp.?) w/c of early 20th c. New England street scene.

Five good J. A. Frank watercolors of N.E. exterior scenes. 21 X 29 George Shedd watercolor of a boy sitting in front of a storefront, 24 X 32 Elizabeth Curtis o/c of Old House, York, Maine. Oils of 19th c. young ladies. 30 X 38 M. Zigmond still life of lilies. 26 X 48 John Anderson acrylic abstract, Dooryard. 19 1/2 X 27 Edward Hopper color print of an open door to the sea. 20 1/2 X 20 signed Al Capp print depicting Mammy Yokum. 29 1/2 X 22 1/2 Marc Chagall color print, Le Martyr and 19 X 14 Chagall untitled black and white print of male and female. Lot of 15 X 29 Russo-Japanese War color battle scene prints with inscriptions. 18 X 24 Rowland Cheney pencil and acrylic drawing of two nude females. 20 X 15 Hugh S. Campbell pencil portrait of Ziegfeld dancer, Bessie McCoy. James A, Kavanaugh o/c of Cardinal Wm. H. O'Connell. 19 1/2 X 15 1/2 Walt Kuhn, 1946, color print of man in top hat. 10 1/2 X 13 1/2 Anne G. Allaire pastel, Light on the Path. Decorative original works. Carroll Thayer Berry prints. L. Alliott bronze of standing maiden with flowers. Pair 24 in. bronze sculptures of horses with tender. A. Moreau table sculpture of lady on swing. 15 in. molded pottery sculpture of Amer. Indian brave. Bronze maiden garden fountain. Inuit shell carvings.

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. Food and refreshments available.

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, Sept. 28th at 6:00p.m (the day before auction).

ABSENTEE BIDS: Absentee or Left bids close on Saturday, Sept. 29th at 9:30 a.m..

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