Hap Moore Antiques Auctions

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

Auction of Estate Antiques

Saturday Morning, April 16, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.

Previews April 15th from 2:00 to 6:00 From 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.,
From 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. on the Day of Sale
Or By Appointment, Highly Encouraged.
     Absentee Bids Accepted and Encouraged.

Maine Health Recommendations Observed.

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

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SPORTS RELATED ITEMS: Included in this auction is a special category of eleven sale lots of Signatures, Photos, Signed Balls and Ephemera from 20th c. American Sports Figures, these items will be sold first in the auction. View or Download lots here.

FURNITURE AND CLOCKS: From and old private collection, rare Shaker chairs and accessories, including two No. 3 rockers, one with and one without arms, No. 7 rocker with quilt rail, Enfield, NH side chair, Mt. Lebanon side chair, Watervliet side chair. Shaker footstool. Shaker painted buckets, measures and wooden accessories. 76 in. long 18th c. pine settle with lift seat compartment. Early 19th c. 78 X 28 ½ in. pine doughbox table with shaped skirt, shaped legs and two long benches. Early 19th c. 104 X 40 in. pine trestle table with removable top. Fine Portsmouth, NH figured mahogany octagonal top tripod candlestand. Early 19th c. 46 X 32 in. splay leg pine tap table with single board top. 69 X 14 in. 19th c. birch bench seat in old finish. 21 X 37 in. old grey table with wall mounts and single swing down leg. Set of six 19th c. Chippendale side chairs on ball and claw feet. Set of eight 19th c. spindle-back chestnut or oak woven seated dining chairs, two being armchairs. 76 in. upholstered Fine Federal sofa on turned legs. Upholstered Federal wing chair on turned legs. Dark pine 69 in. long slat back bench seat with arched ends. 36 in. Asian marble top rosewood pedestal with carving and other carved rosewood occasional stands. 20 in. square slant lid 19th c. Continental oak storage desk on stretcher base with carved detail. Federal mirror with Old Ironsides tablet. Fine 71 X 29 in. mid-19th c. wall mirror with elaborately molded and gilded frame. 19th c. finely paint-decorated Boston style rocker. Small size 19th c. paint-decorated hutch table. Paris Mfg. folding chairs and leg rest. 20th c. 38 X 38 in. standing storage case of drawers in painted finish on bracket base. Good occasional furniture. J. W. Benson and Lancashire round face English wall clocks.

Good selection of STERLING SILVER flatware, hollow-ware and accessories. Coin silver.

Large selection of old family gold and silver ESTATE AND COSTUME JEWELRY.

Good selection of CHINA, GLASSWARE AND CROCKERY, incl. blue and white chargers, blown bottles and flasks, figural, decorative Delft and  Asian. Scenic tiles. Spring Hill, Portsmouth, NH crock, Maine pieces, decorated and other crockery. Early brass candlesticks and table accessories. 18th and 19th c.

WOODENWARE AND METALWARE: Lignum Vitae mortars and pestles. Selection of 18th and 19thc.  carved, cast, forged and other food preparation accessories. Small collection of American Indian baskets. Selection of better form c.1900 copper cookware. Child’s set of iron cookware. 44 in. diameter 18th-19thc. figural and script-etched copper tray given as a gift from the Shah of Iran to an American gentleman in appreciation for the time spent with him. 18th and 19th c. andirons and fireplace accessories. J. C. Deagan military chimes. Better form early 19th c. andirons.

MARITIME: Selection of New England and other wooden decoys, some signed. 27 in. carved ship’s billet in white-painted surface. P. Nichol, Liverpool, wall barometer. Finely crafted 42 X 22 in.  sailor’s knot board in wooden display case. 23 in.  professionally mounted trout on a birch-bark backboard. 19th c. wall barometer and wood-mounted clock and barometer.

FIREARMS: Early Continental origin inlaid flintlock pistol.  Remington Fieldmaster Model 572 and a Model 1100 Remington shotgun, both requiring registry and background check after sale by our local licensed FFL person before being transferred to the new owner if not purchased by an FFL registered person.

OLD LIGHTING:  Selection of 18th and 19th c. brass table sticks. Pair of molded three light brass wall candelabra. Elaborate hanging faceted and colored glass electric fixture.

RUGS: Oriental and other old rugs May Be Viewed Here, including their measurements and lot numbers.

FOLK ART: 27 X 16 ½ in. sheet metallic silhouette pig form weathervane figure.

EPHEMERA: Original copies on period paper of select dates from 1754 to 1790 of minutes from the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. Early Isles of Shoals and York, ME area pamphlets and photos. Lot of original 18th and 19th c. family-owned and other public documents, receipts and ledgers. Early Isles of Shoals and York, ME area hotel pamphlets and photos.  Stratham and other old NH family ledgers. Collection of Bruce Catton’s articles, paper and photos on the Civil War. Signed President Roosevelt  1906  appointment of Newmarket, NH Postmaster. April 15, 1865 New York Herald front page with the announcement of the assassination of President Lincoln. 28 X 22 in. 19th c. Knights of Pythias wooden bulletin board.

OLD SCULPTURE, PAINTINGS AND PRINTS: 29 in. L. Madrassi signed bronze sculpture of two lovers. 24 in. trout mounted on birch-bark board, attrib. to D. Footer. 8 ½ X 28 in. Prosper Senat initialed oil of The Kennebunk Marshes. W. Morris signed 19 X 25 in. o/c of dog and cat pearing at eachother. 18 X 24 in. WH 1891 signed o/c of horse in stall.  20 x 36 in. Wm. Ehrig, 1964, o/c of a coastal seascape. 24 X 36 in. R. J. Neary o/c of the clipper ship, The Great Republic. 17 X 28 in. 17 X 28 in. Courjon sgd. w/c of fishing boats and boathouse. 38 X 27 in. A. Maffei sgd. Madre E Figlia. 39 X 27 in. o/c Flora, after Antonio Franchi. 19 X 27 in. Delesandro signed Ellocetori di dodi, Man In White Hat  (translated). 19 X 27 in. Delesandro o/c (after Teniers) of Grocetori di Carte. 19 X 27 in. o/c, Interno Famiglia, signed Maffei. 23 X 31 in. Maffei sgd. o/c Caccia Al Tapolino, (The Mouse), after Giacomo Favretto. J.P. Fitch 21 X 30 in. 1883 print, Sherman’s March to the Sea. 15 X 11 in. early Bartolozzi engraving of John More, St. Thomas More’s Son. Biddle and  Greenough American Indian prints. Prints of Lincoln, Grant and Grant’s family. Shakespeare Prints. More of quality and 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.

TELEPHONE BIDS: Phone Bids close on Friday, April 15th at 6:00 p.m. (the day before auction).

ABSENTEE BIDS: Absentee or Left bids close on Saturday, April 16th at 9:30 a.m.

 

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