Auction of Estate Antiques & Rare Cameras
Saturday Morning, December 11, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.SOLD
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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: Rolled arm 17th c. armchair with carved detail. Chippendale side chair with heart-shaped back splat. 52 x 22 x 31 in. tall figured marble top 19th c. console table over reeded legs with carved and gilded skirt. 39 X 18 in. sea chest with original carved beckets. Early 18th c. 35 x 22 in. storage box in original natural finish with wooden hinges. 18th c. 42 x 18 x 23 in. old red pine blanket box. 48 in. 19th c. old red drop leaf table on turned legs. 40 x 18 x 32 in. floral decorated one drawer blanket chest. 44 x 20 in. Federal gilded mirror with grape cluster crest. Other good mirrors. 37 x 17 x 68 in. one door six shelf pine cupboard in old finish. 19th c . 24 x 14 x 37 in. pine 12 drawer storage chest. 18th c. 38 x 17 x34 in. tall pine occasional table. One drawer tapered leg birch stand with bird’s-eye and inlaid drawer. Other one and two drawer stands. Four drawer table mount Willimantic spool cotton chest. 37 in sculpted base walnut occasional table with 24 ½ in. diam. marble top. Tall and sculpted walnut and mahogany easels. Fancy Victorian needlepoint fireback. Stella table mount musical disc player. Smith Patterson banjo clock. Chelsea Shipstrike mantle clock. 19th c. zither. Table mount pie safe and birdcage. Selection of good occasional furniture.
ESTATE CHINA, GLASSWARE AND POTTERY: Early sculpted Delft serving pieces. 19th c. Japanese “Black Ships” pattern bowl and 9 ¾ in. plate. Fish-decorated Limoges fish service for twelve with 24 in. platter. 19th c. figural-decorated Asian pieces. Animal-decorated 19th c. German pottery flagons. Tiffany Studios 13 ½ in. bronze-based opalescent glass vase. Early 9 ½ in. carved stone Chinese vase. 9 in. bulbous and colorful Scheider art glass vase. 12 ½ in. early scenic-etched clear glass vase. Twelve piece single owner collection of Roseville pottery. Pottery food molds.
Good selection of ESTATE STERLING SILVER FLATWAREand accessory pieces. Sterling Christmas ornaments.
ESTATE JEWELRY: Fine 18k gold choker with green beryl stone and diamonds. Other gemstone, sterling and gold estate jewelry and a good assortment of costume jewelry.
OLD ORIENTAL RUGS:13 ft. 8 in. oriental area rug.
OLD LIGHTING: Asian stone and ceramic table lamps, many decorated. Early tin betty lamp. Moe-Bridges bronze table lamp with scenic glass shade. Nautical wall-mount lighting. Gone With The Wind lamps. Footed brass table lamp with unmarked Pairpoint Puffy glass shade. Single and pairs of brass extension work and table lamps.
OLD WOODENWARE AND BASKETS: 18th c. primitive carved 20 in. milk pan with arrowpoint ends. Early 14 ½ in. carved bowl. 1771 marked small wood-carving hand tools. Single owner small collection of furniture-graining tools. Collection of an old York, ME family’s 7 to 20 in. splint baskets, featuring a large notched handle Shaker-style basket.
FOLK ART AND SCULPTURE: 36 in. ship model of The Flying Cloud. Other old ship and boat models. Pair of 1835 Ivory Lord owner-marked Southern Maine or NH leather fire buckets. 1800 and 1825 needlepoint samplers. Early 30 in. hollow copper codfish weathervane figure. 26 in. old handmade wooden submarine weathervane figure. Selection of goose, duck and loon decoys, including Johnson’s Folding Goose Decoys with original bag. 92 in. swordfish or sailfish wall hung wooden sculpture. 19th c. cast iron horsehead post finial. 16 in. bronze table mounted ornamental raised trunk elephant figure. Brass dolphin sculpture. 12 ½ in. standing wrought iron flutist sculpture.
FIREARMS: Rare Spencer 1865 52 cal. rimfire rifle.
SCIENTIFIC ITEMS: 19th c. carved Taylor Bros., Rochester, NY wall barometer. Queen & Co. Acme No. 5 microscope.
NAUTICAL ITEMS: Blown glass rope bound fisherman’s float. Sea captain cast iron bookends.
BOOKS AND EPHEMERA: Celia Thaxter and S. A. Jewett books on the Isles of Shoals. 1805 wood-bound Constitution Of The State Of Massachusetts. Dr. Rosenthal’s language records. Large single owner collection of late 19th to early 20th c. U.S. and world trade cards, maps, brochures, advertising paper and pamphlets.
ACCESSORIES: Brass anchor and period cast iron Hessian andirons. 56 in. W. & T. Avery standing jockey scale. Twelve rabbits folding metallic 19th c. candy mold. 49 in. Coventry A.A. (Conn.?) painted sign. Large and varied old seashell collection assembled by a world traveled collector, including some rare forms, to be sold as a collection.
OLD PAINTINGS AND PRINTS: Good John Neill Perkins Cove, Ogunquit oils. Mark Hafner 12 X 16 in. o/p of little Beach, Ogunquit. Two 10 X 14 in. George Carpenter local sketches on paper. 22 x 28 and 24 X 30 in. Maxwell Mays winter and summer village scenes. 24 x 36 in. o/c of four masted ship at sea. Two full-sized portraits of young ladies in formal dress from the Parsons family of York. 24 X 36 in. Lloyd Garrison winter village o/c scene. Small George Shedd coastal landscape oil. Small Dean Minor landscape oil. G. Klein w/c of duck hunter in the water reaching for the duck. 14 X 10 in. Mexican enamelwork of a Mexican god. Ted Jaslow 16 ½ X 13 ½ in. pen and ink, Clowns. 20 x 16 in. Monique Sakelarios landscape o/c. 30 X 25 in. Nell Boardman o/c of vase of flowers. Ted Jaslow 23 ½ X 29 in. o/b of a gathering of people, Hand Finishing. 23 X 29 in. Andre Lambert o/c of coastal scene with amorous couples. 16 X 20 in. Kelly Sherwood oil of bowl of fruit. 10 ½ X 21 ½ in. o/c of ship nearing shore. Japanese genre prints. Howard Chandler Christy U. S. Marine recruitment poster. More works 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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