Auction of Estate Antiques

The Goodwin Building

611 U.S. Route One

York, Maine

SOLD Saturday Morning, October 1, 2005

Old Dolls and Related Items at 10:00 a.m.
Followed Directly by a Royal Doulton and Hummel Collection

Estate Antiques at 11:00 a.m.

Full Auction Preview on Friday, September 30, from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.
From 8:00 a.m. on the Day of Sale or by Appointment

From private New England estates, collections and old households, we have removed a diverse selection of antique furnishings and accessories, largely gleaned from a fine 1919 York Beach summer home.

OLD DOLLS AND RELATED ITEMS, ROYAL DOULTON AND HUMMEL COLLECTION: Substantial selection of 19th and 20th c. European and American dolls, Gottschaulk dollhouse, doll and dollhouse furniture, clothing and accessories. Single owner collection of Royal Doulton and Hummel figurines and character jugs. Complete listing of sale lots available by mail, fax or download now.

Estate Antiques at 11:00 a.m.

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EARLIER FURNITURE: 87 in. pine corner cupboard in grain paint over original green, the green interior artistically accented with marbeling and acanthus leaf paint decoration. 18th c. 38 in. curly maple slant front desk. 45 in. graduated four drawer chest on French feet with inlay. 40 in. dark cherry slant front desk on four ball and claw feet. 40 in. Hepplewhite cherry slant front desk. Graduated 35 in. five drawer curly maple chest on bracket base. Five drawer curly maple chest on frame, altered. 18th c. porringer top snake leg cherry candlestand. 18th c. snake leg mahogany tilt top tea table, the dish top measuring 27_ in. Spider leg candlestand, the pedestal of strongly figured tiger maple. Other good candlestands. Early 19th c. PA blanket box on turned feet, the original red paint accented with mustard decoration. 88 in. center drawer pine corner cupboard. Small stretcher-based butterfly table. Two drawer blanket chest on arched ends and a one drawer country example. Early 19th c. oak slant lid clerk’s desk box with drawers. Early 19th c. turned and carved leg cherry drop-leaf table. Early 19th c. canterbury. N.E. mahogany cased banjo clock. Numerous period mirrors of differing description. One and two drawer stands. Two part 19th c. step-back red-stained cupboard with glazed doors over drawers. Paint-decorated thumb-back chairs, one with house in a landscape. Set country Hitchcocks. Nearly mint (Paris, ME) #5 spindled push sleigh in original natural finish. Bowed slat Adirondack rocker.

VICTORIAN AND LATER FURNITURE: 66 in. high-back Victorian sofa with carved crests. Cylinder roll lady’s walnut writing desk on Queen Anne cabriole legs. Davenport desks. Dropwell and other good Victorian dressers. Marble top server with decorative tile splashboard. Marble top chests and stands of merit. Good dressing tables and vanities in mahogany and maple. Set four custom mahogany dining chairs with fine floral crewel seats. Oak furniture, including two round glass china cabinets and corner example, two drawer library table, set four T-back dining chairs, deep-carved 28 in. sq. center table and open top custom hutch with carving. Another open top hutch in pine. Victorian and country occasional and children’s furniture.

ACCESSORIES: Good selection of art pottery: 8 _ in. Russell Crook tapered vase with multiple moose transfer. Rookwood matte green lamp. Good selection of Dorchester dinnerware. York, ME souvenir Hampshire pottery. Good Roseville. Nest of six Fiesta bowls. 24 in. “Etruria” (#2649) garden pedestal. Grad. set Swazey crocks. Rogers Group: First Love. Early redware jugs. Rockingham Toby bottle. Selection of old colognes, etched liquors, medicines and amethyst Bay Rum barber’s bottle.  Sandwich, Centennial and better pattern glass. Murano. Peachblow. Good crystal. Historical blue transferware. Scenic and floral transfer tureens. Large sel. of Mulberry dinnerware. Good salt-glazed ware. W. German eighteen cup ale set in hunt motif. Pair floral French urns with classical head mounts. Royal Doulton hollow-ware with applied genre decoration. Sel. of Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates. Good Victorian painted china and colored glassware. Interesting variety of old desk accessories and curiosities. Old marbles. Old games, litho’d picture blocks and puzzles. Skittles. Schuco Radio 4012 toy car, mint, in box. 10 _ in. Japanese bronze vase with cranes in relief. Ex votos. Native American stone tools. Advertising containers, novelties and paper. Older pond yacht. Good sel. of Halloween and Christmas ornaments and items. Old sewing accessories, incl. rare tape measures. Tartanware. Souvenir blankets, incl. baseball motif. Old homemade model of York’s Nubble lighthouse keeper’s house.

Good sel. of ESTATE STERLING silver flatware in sets and small lots of serving utensils, hollow-ware and items of merit.  Sterling bureau items. Silverplated ware, incl. fish service for twelve. Ladies’ small Victorian accessories. Small collection of good mail purses. ESTATE GEMSTONE AND COSTUME JEWELRY and good men’s and ladies’ pocket watches, including E. & J. Droz 18K No. 2743. Pair gilt metal mantle garniture and other domestic metalware. 25 in. lemon-top andirons. Period firetools and good fireplace cookware. 36 in. brass and wire firescreen. Early pewter. Eel spears. Toleware. Collection of old zinc architectural elements and trim from the unused stock of H.T. Klugel, Metalworkers, Emporia, VA. OLD LIGHTING: Handel bronze lamp with 16 in. daffodil shade. Unmarked Art Nouveau bronze lamp with reverse-painted 18 in. (cracked) shade. Unmarked Art Nouveau bronze lamp with ten panel 17 _ in. shade. Pair R. Gleason pewter whale oils. Sel. of brass and sterling candlesticks. Victorian parlor lighting. Crystal and painted metallic chandeliers. Single font student lamp. Carriage and railroad lighting. OLD BASKETS AND WOODENWARE: 13 in. oval and nest of three smaller Nantucket baskets. Other baskets. Early cylinder churn, powder blue firkin, decorated bellows, Shaker dipper, wooden peels, butter prints, cutlery carriers and other good domestic woodenware.

OLD CLOCKS: Putti-mounted and female figural Ansonia spelter shelf clocks. U.S. Navy Mark I Deck Clock. Victorian shelf clocks. Trougblon (London) sextant. Edison cylinder phonograph with M.G. horn. Victor VV-VI table phono. Singer Featherlight machine. Fraternal swords. OLD TEXTILES AND RUGS: Graphic 52 X 60 in. Tumbling Block pattern silk quilt and others. Paisleys. Estate linens, lace and trims. 42 X 32 in. Grenfell mat depicting Labrador. Hooked rugs, incl. child’s alphabet and numbers example. Braided rugs. Sel. of small area ORIENTAL RUGS and mats and 7’10 X 11’8 mid-20th c. Heriz. Lady’s raccoon coat. Mississippi Flyway decoy signed Arness. Maryland and other decoys.

OLD PAPER, BOOKS AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Ten early undated hand-colored maps of northern European countries and regions of those countries, including Prussia, Scandinavia, Holland, Italy, Germany and Switzerland, several marked Guilj. Blaeu, Joannem Jansonium, etc., the maps being in Dutch or Latin (See web-site for photos.). Continental (primarily English) 160-plus autograph collection in one volume, dating from 17th through 20th c., consisting of clipped signatures, A.L.S.’s, T.L.S.’s (tipped-in and laid-in) of royalty, nobility,  statesmen, authors, clergy, military, artists, etc., highlights being 1667 M.D.S. signed by Charles II of England and other English monarchs’ signatures (Download partial listing). C. 1850 thirty-eight page first or early draft manuscript speech entitled “Hamilton, Jefferson and Burr”, thought to have been written by Daniel Webster (some pages missing), the speech found in a private NH home with letters from Abigail Webster (not included). Jonathan Clark, Albany, 1812 broadside: The First Great Western Empire. Hayes/Wheeler Republican Ticket. 1914 Elizabeth Arden A.L.S. Advertising and travel paper. Old Ballet Russes and other ballet programs. 1820-1924 Farmer’s Almanacs. Postcards. Leather-bound York (ME) Deeds. Older books on Maine. Genealogical reference books. Pillsbury’s  NewHampshire – A History. Children’s books, incl. those illustrated by Howard Pyle. 1930’s-40’s Fortune Magazine.

OLD PAINTINGS, PRINTS AND SCULPTURE: 5 x 3 in. H. Breling o/p of young woman on horseback. 21 X 30 in. H. C. Wolcott o/c 19th c. street scene, The Tavern, Ashby, Mass. 9 _ X 13 in. Chase Emerson N.E. landscape oil. 19 X 25 in. Isamu Hirakawa landscape. Miniature 1822 Reynolds family (MA) portrait on wood of gentleman. Oval 9 X 12 in. Hudson River landscape oil. Two small D. A. Fisher Portland, ME area coastal surf oils. 22 X 28 in. Howard Bobbs desert scene. 18 X 52 in. colorful Victorian floral oil. 9 _ X 19 _ in.  oil of water lilies. 23 X 17 in. G. W. Woltz charcoal of fashionable seated woman. F. R. Spencer 1854 oil portrait of woman in black dress. Charles Hawes 11 X 15 in. w/c, The Art Student. Frances Belle Ehrig 24 X 30 in. oil seascape. 25 in. Caproni bust  of Napoleon as Caesar (No. 5493). 1913 Caproni catalog to be sold separately. 14 X 12 in. o/b of Madonna. Jean F. Mills folio of early 20th c. color fashion and advertising drawings. Works by Bunuel, A. Hepworth, A. Moll and other decorative unsigned works. Icart Sleeping Beauty. Remington print from the series, A Bunch of Buckskins. Hans Bellmer 14 X 11 in. etching of nude. Richard Bishop bird print, Air Hole. M. Parrish’s Daybreak. R. Hebbelinck European canal print. Nuttings and Sawyers. Selection of picture and old photo frames.

TERMS OF SALE :   Cash or check approved by auctioneer. Mastercard and Visa accepted. Twelve percent Buyer's Premium. Five percent ME sales tax on all purchases unless copy of current resale certificate presented. Written or oral descriptions subject to error or omission. Delivery available by separate arrangement. Sale catered by Down Home Catering.

DIRECTIONS: From I-95, Take Exit 7 (The Yorks) and follow to U.S. Route One. Take left on Route One and follow 2/10 mi. to Goodwin Building on right at corner of Raydon Rd. Link here for map to Auction site

P.O. Box 16 U.S. Route One
York, Maine 03909
(207)363-6373 - Fax (207) 363-6366
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