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  • American Furniture,Folk & DecorativeArts 04/13/11

  • AuctionWednesday, April 13th at 10am

    Sale 1394

    Exhibitions:Friday, April 8th & Saturday, April 9th

    10am6pm

    Sunday, April 10th

    9am5pm

    Monday, April 11th & Tuesday, April 12th

    10am6pm

    Or by appointment

    Inquiries: Lynda Caintel: 267.414.1237lcain@freemansauction.com

    Amy Parentitel: 267.414.1223aparenti@freemansauction.com

    Bidding:Natalie DiFeliciantoniotel: 267.414.1208

    fax: 215.599.2240

    ndifeliciantonio@freemansauction.com

    Catalogue $30

    Inside Front Cover: Lot 316

    Inside Back Cover: Lot 220

    American Furniture, Folk &Decorative Arts 04/13/11

    Color images of every lot

    are available on

    www.freemansauction.com

    Freemans1808 Chestnut Street

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  • Important Informationfor Buyers

    Registration

    Buyers Premium

    Sales Tax

    Catalogue Descriptions

    Bidding

    Payment

    Removal of Purchases

    Shipping and Packing

    All potential buyers must register for the sale prior to placing a bid.Registration information may be submitted in person at our reception desk,by fax or through our website at www.freemansauction.com. We will requireproof of identification and residence and may require a credit card and/or abank reference. By registering for the sale, the buyer acknowledges that heor she has read, understood and accepted Freemans Terms and Conditionsof Sale.

    A Buyers Premium will be added to the successful bid price and is payableby the buyer as part of the total purchase price. The Buyers Premium shallbe: 25% on the first $20,000 of the hammer price of each lot, 20% on theportion from $20,001 through $500,000, and 12% on the portion of thehammer price exceeding $500,000.

    All items in the catalogue are subject to the 7% Pennsylvania andPhiladelphia sales tax. Dealers purchasing for resale must register their taxnumbers on current PA forms. Forms should be submitted to our ClientServices office on the second floor.

    All item descriptions, dimensions and estimates are provided for guidanceonly. It is the buyers responsibility to inspect all lots prior to bidding toensure that the condition is to their satisfaction. If potential buyers areunable to inspect lots in person, our specialists will be happy to preparedetailed Condition Reports on individual lots as quickly as possible. Theseare for guidance only, and all lots will be sold as is as per our Terms andConditions of Sale.

    At the sale Registered bidders will be assigned a bidder number and given apaddle for use at the sale. Once the first bid has been placed, theauctioneer asks for higher bids in increments determined by the auctioneer.To place your bid, simply raise your paddle until the auctioneeracknowledges you. The auctioneer will not mistake a random gesture for abid.By phone A limited number of telephone lines are available for bidding byphone through a Freemans representative. Phone lines must be reserved inadvance. Requests must be submitted no later than 24 hours prior to thescheduled start of the sale.In writing Bid forms are available in the sale room and at the back of thecatalogue. These should be submitted in person, by mail or by fax no laterthan one hour prior to the scheduled start of the sale. The auctioneer willbid on your behalf up to the limit indicated, but is not responsible for errorsor failure to execute bids.On the internet A fully-illustrated catalogue is available on-line atwww.freemansauction.com. Registered bidders may leave absentee bidsthrough the web site and will receive email confirmation of their bid.Freemans is not responsible for errors or failure to execute bids.

    Lots purchased will not be released until we have received full payment.Payment may be made in cash, by check, money order, or debit card.Payments by check must clear the bank before goods will be released.

    Deliveries will not be made during the time of the sale unless otherwiseindicated by the auctioneer. All items must be paid for and removed byApril 29th at 3pm. Purchases not so removed may be turned over to alicensed warehouse at the expense and risk of the purchaser.

    Responsibility for packing, shipping and insurance shall be exclusively thatof the purchaser. Upon request, Freemans will provide the purchaser withnames of professional packers and shippers known to us.

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  • Wednesday April 13, 2011 at 10am

    AmericanFurniture, Folk &Decorative Arts

    lots: 1600

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    The National Trust for Historic Preservation offers thefollowing items for sale from Cliveden, a National TrustHistoric Site in Philadelphia.The items were deaccessioned from the museum collections inaccordance with National Trust guidelines, and all proceeds willsupport the direct care and conservation of the museumcollections of Cliveden.

    Lots 191

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  • 51Hermann Faber (German-American 1832-1913)portrait of the meschianzagrenadierSigned, H. Faber, and inscribed,Plate n.1, watercolor on paper,together with a five dollarContinental currency note, printedby Hall and Sellers, 1779.9 1/2 in. x 6 in.provenance:Property from Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site This watercolor is thought torepresent the painted wooden figureof a British Grenadier used asscenery in the famous Meschianzaheld in Philadelphia for GeneralWilliam Howe in May, 1777 andrecorded in the journal of SallyWister. The larger than life sizefigure is now part of the collection fothe Philadelphia History Museum.This watercolor may be a sketch ofthe Grenadier used as thefrontispiece in the 1902 publicationof Sally Wisters Journal. HermannFaber was born in Germany andcame to Philadelphia in 1854.During the Civil War he served theSurgeon General as a medicalillustrator. He famously made twosketches of Abraham Lincoln on hisdeathbed.$300-500

    2American School, 19th/20th centurythree coat of armsIncluding two Jansen (Johnson)and one Gorgas, ink, watercolor,and mixed media on paper; allframed.13 1/2 x 9 3/4 in.; 13 1/2 in. x10 1/2 in.; 13 1/2 in. x 11 1/2 in.(sight)provenance:Property from Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$100-150

    3Group of engravingsjohn sartain (1808-1897),philadelphia and othersIncluding George Washington andMartha Washington by Sartain,the Battle of Germantown Attackon Judd Chews House, byHinshelwood, a Classical view, afterNicolaus Poussin, printed Rome1814, together with an albumenphoto of Sketch of GermantownBattleground 1777 Chew House; allframed.14 3/4 x 12 1/2 in. and 19 1/4 x23 1/4 in. (largest), all sightprovenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$600-800

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  • 64Chippendale-style mahoganyarmchairearly 20th centuryThe molded serpentine crestrailabove pierced splat, trapezoidal seatand cabriole legs ending in ball andclaw feet.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$250-350

    5Color aquatintthe blue passion flowerPublished by Dr. Thornton, Jany, 1,1800 together with two botanicalmezzotints; all framed.19 3/4 in. x 14 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$800-1,200

    6Pair of Chippendale-stylemahogany side chairslate 19th/early 20th centuryEach with carved and moldedcrestrail centering a shell on solidsplat carved with shell and leafage,trapezoidal seat and shell -carvedcabriole legs ending in ball and clawfeet.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$300-500

    7Chippendale-style gilt andmahogany looking glasslate 19th centuryThe molded swans neck crestingcentering a plinth above shapedframe and molded gilt linerenclosing mirror plate, the sideswith floral fillets.L: 49 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$600-1,000

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    8Chinese export porcelain coveredcider jugearly 19th centuryThe lid with Foo dog finial,decorated with sprigs of flowers,butterflies and dragon border.H: 11 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteCatherine Bohlen$1,000-1,500

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  • 79Pair of Chinese export porcelaincovered serving dishesearly 19th centuryEach of rectangular form withnotched corners and correspondingdomed top decorated withbutterflies and floral sprigs.L: 9 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteCatherine Bohlen$1,000-1,500

    10Two Chinese export porcelain ovalplatters19th centuryThe first in blue Fitzhugh pattern,the second, in Rose Medallionpalette.L: 15 3/4 in. and 12 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$400-600

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    11English School, 18th centuryportrait of an aristocraticgentlemanOil on canvas.49 in. x 39 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMr. and Mrs. John E. Warner$2,500-4,000

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    12Chippendale walnut tall case clock.john wood, jr. (1736-1793) philadelphia, 1768Molded double scrolled cornice with large carved floral rosettes, urn and spire finials withspiral carved tops, arched door enclosing brass and steel face raised circular panel inscribedJohn Wood, Philadelphia, Roman numeral chapter ring and subsidiary seconds ring, flankedby tapering turned colonettes, tombstone arched and lip molded waist door flanked by flutedquarter columns conforming plinth with fluted corner columns, molded and shaped panel,ogee bracket feet. Accompanied by original receipt, Mr. Richard Topliss bought of Jn Wood1768 Feb. 23 an arched eight day long case. Received payment for the above clock in full byorder of Joh.............Blacksmith Clock 13/ Case 6.7.6 19.7.6 framed inside case.H: 99 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a National Trust Historic SiteAccording to hand written note taped to interior of waist door, clock belonged to Anna l.Duhring (1845-1886) and at her death was given to Redwood Fisher Warner (b. 1819)$15,000-25,000

    13Continental School, 18th centurystill life with vase of flowersOil on canvas, framed.23 1/2 in. x 28 3/4 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$1,000-1,500

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  • 914Continental School,17th/18th centuryromantic landscape withdomestic animalsOil on canvas, framed.31 in. x 46 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteA brass plaque on frameinscribed,15th Century painting,(Paul Potter School) given to Dr.Robert F. Griffith (P.C.P. Faculty in1835) by University of Virginia. Giftof Mrs. Roland R. Foulke. Additionalnotes on verso.$2,000-3,000

    15Continental School, 18th centuryromantic landscape with swans,milkmaid and cowsOil on canvas, framed.31 1/2 in. x 52 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$2,000-3,000

    16Federal inlaid cherry tall chestpennsylvania, circa 1800The cove molded cornice aboveinlaid diamond banding and threeshort drawers and five graduatedlong drawers flanked by inlaid stilesand barberpole inlaid corners, flaredfeet.H: 63 7/8 in. W: 44 in. D: 22 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalHistoric Trust Site$3,000-5,000

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    17Pair of Federal square backmahogany side chairsportsmouth, new hampshire, circa 1800Each with molded back with reededslats on overupholstered seat,squared tapering legs joined bystretchers.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site, Catherine Bohlen$1,000-1,500

    18Federal cherrywood pole screenearly 19th centuryWith urn finial above shield-shapedscreen enclosing silk, bead andsequin embroidered needlework onturned support and tripod baseending in snake feet.H: 63 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site, Mrs. D. JansenHaines$500-700

    19Federal mahogany commode armchaircirca 1810The squared back with threebaluster shaped splats, shaped armsmolded seat on ring turned conicallegs.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteA brass plaque applied to seat railinscribed, In memory of ManuelEyre 1777-1845/ Mary Eyre Griffith1803-1873/ Manuel Eyre Griffith1837-1910/ Ellen Griffith Foulke1878-1955.$300-500

    20Four household items19th and 20th centuryA wicker covered demijohn, a splintbasket marked, ArkansasHandcrafters Guild 342 CentralAvenue Hot Springs Natl AR71901, a brass pump, and a lantern.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteThe wicker covered wine bottle andbasket from Miss Florence Trexler$150-250

    21Wrought iron fireplace forkThree prong fork with twisted grip.L: 49 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$50-100

    22Federal cherrywood tall case clocksamuel breneiser, adamstownarea, pa, early 19th centuryDouble scroll cresting to bonnetwith turned rosettes, urn form finialsabove a painted brass moon phaseface with black on off-white Arabicnumeral chapter chapter ring,inscribed Samuel Breneiser, curvedday/date window, the waist withband-inlaid door, reeded chamferedcorners, band-inlaid plinth, shapedbracket feet.H: 96 3/4 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteEstate of Elizabeth S. Addams, usedin Germantown family home$6,000-8,000

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    23Federal inlaid mahogany sideboardphiladelphia, circa 1800Of kidney form, the case fitted withthree drawers above four doors ontapering square turned legs, lineinlay throughout.H: 40 1/2 in. L: 79 1/2 in. D:27 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$3,000-5,000

    24Group of ceramic table and household itemsengland and china, 19th and 20th centuryComprising one oval twin handled covered vegetable dish, one oval twinhandled sauce tureen, and six dinner plates all embossed with vinedecoration and cream ground together with two twin handled covered sugarbowls, a blue and white decorated bowl, a water pitcher and basin decoratedwith floral sprays, a tall covered blue urn and a Chinese Export tall vase.Diam. 10 in. (plate) L: 11 in. (covered vegetable dish)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a National Trust Historic Site$150-250

    25Federal-style giltwood over mantelmirrorearly 20th centuryFour finials surmounting fluted friezeand garlands, the mirror platedivided by carved columnettes,molded base below.H: 38 in. W: 72 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$400-600

    26Federal swell front cherrywoodchest of drawerscirca 1815The rectangular top with swell frontabove four cockbeaded drawersflanked by reeded pilasters, paneledsides, turned feet.H: 40 1/4 in. W: 39 5/8 in. D: 24 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$1,000-1,500

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    27Federal two-part maple andmahogany deskearly 19th centuryThe upper section with two doorsopening to fitted interior, above afold out slant top with felted surface,three drawers below, raised onsquared, tapering legs.H: 54 1/2 in. W: 39 in. D: 22 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteWilliam Deford Baker$600-1,000

    28Neo-Classical gilt wall mirror19th centuryThe centered urn on plinth withgarlands to side urns above mirroredand gilt molded rectangular frameenclosing mirror plate, mask andgarland pendant below.L: 63 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$800-1,200

    30Brilliant period cut-glass punchbowl and standearly 20th centuryCut with a hobstar and fan pattern.H: 12 in. Diam: 12 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMr. and Mrs. Charles H. Elliott$150-250

    31Five uncolored glass hurricaneshades20th centuryTwo etched with stars and eagle andone etched with eagle and floralsprigs.H: 20 in. (tallest)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$150-250

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    29Group of glass decanters and asherry glass19th centuryIncluding three etched blown glassbottles, three cut glass decanterswith stoppers and a cut sherry glass.H: 10 1/2 in.. (tallest)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$300-500

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    32Federal mahagony square back sidechairphiladelphia, circa 1800Stepped crestrail above taperingpierced elongated urn form flankedby draped slats, serpentine seat andsquared tapering legs joined bystretchers.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteCatherine Bohlen$600-1,000

    33Pair of sterling silver candlestickshoward & co, new york, ny, late 19th centuryEach with squared bobeche on tulipform candle cup and clustered rodcolumnar stem, stepped base,together with a circular sterlingplate decorated with raised flowers.H: 10 1/2 in. Weight: 55 oz.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$1,000-1,500

    34Sterling silver soup ladleWith an oval reeded bowl, togetherwith a repousse decorated circularcake tray by Wallace, and silverfiddle handled sugar tongs with shellgrips with mark of William Miller,Philadelphia, circa 1810.L: 11 3/4 in. (ladle) Diam.: 9 7/8 in.(tray)Total weight of all pieces: 18 oz.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$350-450

    35Pair of Federal carved mahoganyshield back side chairsEach with carved heart shapedbacks on overupholstered seats,tapering square turned legs, spadefeet.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteEstate of Lydia Fisher Warner$1,000-1,500

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    36Federal mahogany dressing standcirca 1815The rectangular mirror plate pivotson turned posts on case fitted withthree drawers having brass pulls,raised on six turned legs.H: 25 1/2 in. W: 25 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$300-500Illustrated on p. 17

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    38Group of household accessories19th and 20th centuryIncluding a pair of brass wallsconces with eagle finials having avasiform back plate with twocandlearms, together with a pair ofgilt metal girandoles cast in the formof two gentlemen and dog onmarble plinth, a square pierced andcarved gilt frame, one twin lightpewter candlestand, a pair ofsilverplate candlesticks, and a color-enhanced photo of a young girl in anoval mat and a gilt frame with leafdecoration.H: 11 1/2 in. (sconces) H: 15 3/4(girandoles)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$200-400

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    37Pair of table globes, celestial andterrestrialw. j. jones, holborn, london, circa 1800The new twelve inch BritishTerrestrial Globe representing theAccurate Positions of the Principalknown places of the Earth from theDiscoveries of Captain CookSubsequent Circumnavigators of thePresent period With Addition AD1800, each with turned mahoganysupport on cabriole legs ending inslipper feet enclosing compass.H: 26 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteCatherine Bohlen$8,000-12,000

    39Federal cherrywood tall case clockearly 19th centuryThree urn form finials on scallopedmolded cresting, arched doorflanked by bulbous turnedcolumnettes enclosing paintedmetal face, decorated with sheaf ofwheat and flowers at spandrels,Arabic numeral chapter ring, moldedshaped waist door, chamferedcorners, recessed panel plinth onturned feet.H: 92 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteBears brass plate inscribed,Presented to Upsala by MissAugusta E. Chase 1946.$2,500-3,500

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    40Two Neo-Classical mahoganybureausattributed to henry connelly(1770-1826) philadelphia,early 19th centuryEach with outset corners abovefluted corner column enclosing threemolded drawers, double paneledsides, molded base and taperingconical feet, one with King of Prussiamarble top, the other withconforming mahogany (replaced)top.H: 37 in. W: 33 1/2 in. D: 20 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site Mrs. J. Bradford Ritter and Mrs.Donald Beard, Germantown, PA. A photocopy of note accompanieschests, This is the second bureaumade by Connelly with originalhandles and did have marble top likethe other given to the UpsalaFoundation to furnish the Connellyroom..; very rare two bureaus bysame cabinet maker$1,000-1,500

    41Classical mahogany sewing standcirca 1815The rectangular top with outsetreel-turned corners enclosing twodrawers, the upper drawer fittedwith compartments, on urn formsupport and molded downsweptlegs ending in brass caps on casters.Bears engraved brass plaque, Inmemory of Manuel Eyre 1777-1845/Mary Eyre Griffith 1803-1875/Manurel Eyre Griffith 1837-1910/Ellen Griffith Foulke 1878-1955H: 31 in. W: 21 7/8 in. D: 15 7/8 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site A handwritten paper note in topdrawer reads, This is the mostvaluable of all my possessions. It is aDuncan Phyfe or old Connelly piece,and I was offered $500 for it at onetime by a dealer so I knew it wasworth $800 at least. It belonged toJuliet Eyre and given me by my dearfather, Manuel E. Griffith when I wasa little child...$1,000-2,000

    42Printed cotton set of bedhangingscirca 1835Including three valances and threecurtains printed in a polychromeleafy stripe and floral spray pattern,some panels have been relined.Valance L: 17 1/2 in - 17 3/4 in.Curtains: L: 103 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$300-500

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    43Pair of inlaid marble urns19th centuryEach of amphora form inlaid withgreen and white stone, togetherwith a Paris Porcelain urn decoratedwith landscapes.H: 10 3/4 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$200-250

    44Staffordshire blue and whitetransfer-printed pitcher and washbasinthomas mayer, circa 1840Decorated in the Canova pattern.H: 10 1/4 in. Diam: 13 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$200-400

    46Painted and mother-of-pearllacquered traylate 19th centuryThe shaped, scalloped formdecorated with gilt leaves at rim, thecenter with polychrome floral spray.H: 21 in. L: 29 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$100-200

    47Neo-Classical mahogany bed withurn finialscirca 1820Square-turned posts with urn finialsenclose pedimented and paneledhead and footboard, Marlboroughfeet.H: 49 1/2 in. W: 38 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMrs. J. Bradford Ritter and Mrs.Donald Beard of Germantown.$600-1,200

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    45Partial set of Staffordshire sprig-decorated teawaresengland, 19th centuryHaving green floral and vinedecoration, comprising elevensaucers, eleven teacups, tea pot,sugar bowl, creamer, and wastebowl.H: 7 in. (teapot)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$100-150

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    48Classical mahogany shaving mirrorfirst half 19th centuryThe circular frame enclosing mirrorplate pivots on scrolled arm, moldedcircular base.Diam: 18 5/8 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$250-350

    49Dressing box19th centuryThe rectangular case fitted withthree veneered drawers, turnedknobs.H: 11 in. W: 20 1/2 in. D: 10 5/8 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$200-250

    50Classical carved mahogany sofacirca 1825The turned crestrail with leaf-carvedscrolled ends above an upholsteredback, outscrolled arms, cornucopiacarved legs ending in hairy paw feet.H: 36 1/2 in. L: 96 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$600-1,000

    51Late Classical mahogany sofaphiladelphia, circa 1830The back scrolled cresting aboverolled arms with c carved facings,bolection molded and gadroonedseat rail on molded and taperingfeet.H: 35 1/2 in. W: 86 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$300-500

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    52Classical mahogany sewing standphiladelphia, circa 1820The rectangular top above threebolection-front drawers on columnarsupport, shaped platform andscrolled feet on casters.H: 28 3/4 in. W: 21 1/2 in.D: 15 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site, Estate ofElizabeth S. Addams ofGermantown$250-350

    53Late Classical cherrywood chest ofdrawerspennsylvania, circa 1825The rectangular top above outsetdeep drawer and three beadedrecessed drawers, with glass knobs,flanked by ogee-form pilasters,turned feet.H: 46 3/4 in. W: 41 7/8 in. D: 20 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteEstate of Mrs. Elizabeth S. Addamsof Germantown$200-400

    54Mahogany pianoforteclementi & co./26 cheapside/london, circa 1825Of oblong form ornamented withbrass banding on ring-turned andreeded legs ending in brass casters.H: 33 1/2 in. W: 68 in. D: 25 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMrs. Ethel S. Wannemacher$600-800

    55Classical mahogany folding gametableThe rectangular top with roundedcorners on ogee-molded apron andleaf-carved baluster form support,turned plinth with leaf-carved legsending in ball and claw feet.H: 29 in. W: 36 in. D. 18 inprovenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$250-350

    56Classical mahogany card tablenew york, circa 1820The rectangular top with swelledfront above conforming apron hungwith turned pendants on four-partcolumnar support and shapedplatform, hairy paw feet.H: 28 in. W: 36 in. D: 18 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$300-500

    57Pair of brass andironslate 19th centuryTurned finial on double ball supportand scrolled legs ending in ball feet.H: 19 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$200-250

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    58Classical mahogany pier tablephiladelphia, circa 1825Rectangular top with ogee moldedapron on columnar supports, joinedby shaped platform and mirroredbackboard.H: 34 1/2 in. W: 47 1/4 in.D: 20 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$300-500

    59Group of eight brass candlesticks19th and 20th centuryIncluding two pair, seven of variousbaluster shape, one pair ofcylindrical form with oval bases.H: 10 1/2 in. (tallest)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$300-500

    60Pair of patinated bronze and brasscandlesticks19th centuryEach with figure of a putti holdingtorchere on cylindrical base,together with a pair of candlestickshaving cast brass candlecups onturned and fluted wooden standardswith circular bases.H: 11 1/2 in. and 14 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteCatherine Bohlen$300-500

    61Pair of brass Egyptian revivalcandlesticks19th centuryEach with urn form candlecup abovecircular drip pan and support in theform of an Egyptian woman, moldedcircular base.H: 8 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteCatherine Bohlen$250-500

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    62Pair of Colonial Revival brassandironsearly 20th centuryWith urn finials on columnarsupports and arched, spurred legsending in ball and claw feet.H: 23 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$300-400

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    63Classical mahogany card tablephiladelphia, circa 1820The rectangular top with roundedcorners above ogee molded apronand columnar support on gadroonedsquared plinth and shaped platform,leafy carved and hairy paw feet.H: 29 1/2 in. W: 36 in. D: 16 3/4 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteEstate of Mrs. Elizabeth S. Addamsof Germantown$400-600Illustrated on p. 18

    64Renaissance revival inlaidupholstered arm chaircirca 1870Shield-shaped back with geometricinlaid frame, leaf carved upholsteredarms and circle-inlaid downsweptsupports continue to inlaid seat railand tapering squared legs withspade feet.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$200-250

    65Empire mahogany veneered mirrorcirca 1830Of rectangular form.L: 36 in. W: 25 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$150-250

    66Victorian marble top tablelast quarter 19th centuryThe marble top of rectangular formwith notched corners aboveconforming apron with shapedpendants on central turned shaftenclosed by four shaped legscontinuing to casters.H: 31in. W: 23 in. D: 17 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$50-100

    67Three whiteworked cottonbedspreads19th centuryTwo candlewicked, the firstcomprised of two panels, withcentral star within an octagonalreserve, shaped borders enclosingflowerheads, diamonds andsawtooth banding, knotted fringe onthree sides, the second with centralstar and trees within octagonalreserve and various borders, fringedand initialed, T.H. F. 13, and awholecloth quilt patterned with afloral medallion and fishscale border,vine, and diamond band enclosed byfeathering, hearts and floweringvine.100 in. x 102 in.; 102 in. x 104 in.and 100 in. x 96 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$500-800

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    68Grain painted blanket chestcirca 1825The rectangular molded lid onconforming case raised on turnedfeet, painted to imitate rosewood.H: 29 1/4 in. L: 50 1/2 in. D: 23 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMiss Florence Trexler$300-500

    69Papier mache and painted tilt topgames tablecirca 1820The rectangular top with gilt andblack game board within border offlowers on turned support andarched tripod base.H: 28 1/4 in. W: 18 1/4 in.D: 18 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMrs. Arthur Poole$200-300

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    70Painted and decorated rush seatFancy rocking chaircirca 1815Painted black and decorated in goldand copper with floral medallions,bellflowers and leafage.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMr. and Mrs. James G. MacBride,originally owned by father of MaryIvins Ellis (1833-1916)$250-350

    71Painted and decorated Windsorside chairnew england, circa 1800The step-down cresting on shapedseat and bamboo-turned legs,painted brown with yellowhighlights, together with a brownpainted ladder back side chair.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMary Lebaron Wood$300-500

    72Pair of silver-plated doublearmcandelabra20th centuryEach with baluster form support,together with a single five-light fourarm plated candelabra together witha group of silverplate itemsincluding pitchers, assorted flatware,covered vegetable dish, circulartrays, and a pewter dish.H: 19 1/2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$100-125

    73Three needlepoint bell pulls19th/20th centuryAll worked in wool yarns with floralor fruit design, two retain stampedor cast metal hardware, one retainsbell, together with a needlepointworked seat cover and a wool bookfor needles.L: 73 1/2 in. (longest)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$250-450

    74Group of womens and childrensclothing19th centuryMost of cotton or linen, including achilds blouse, ladys nightgown,mens embroidered shirt, fourbaptism gowns, apron, childs dress,ladys lace and eyelet dress, silktaffetta childs dress circa 1880, anda wool/silk blend capelette, togetherwith a pair of socks and a crochetedtable cover.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$400-600

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    75Group of ladys accessories19th centuryIncluding seven haircombs some with elaboratedecoration and one of tortoise shell; two pair ofleather gloves; one sterling silver shoe horn; onesilverplate handled clothes brush; one blackparasol with lace overlay; two reticules, onebeaded having the initials A.B. 1833; one pursewith wooden handles; one green and blue beadedtape marked, Abigail Browning, pair of beadedsatin covered pumps; and three fans together withspectacles in a case.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a National Trust Historic Site$300-500

    76Collection of cast irons and trivets19th centuryIncluding eight irons and seventrivets, four pierced.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$150-250

    77Two boxed childrens gamesmilton bradley, springfield, maand s.i. hill, williamsburg, longisland, 1882 andThe first, American FireDepartment-A Sectional Picture Toypatented May 30, 1882, thesecond, Hills Alphabet BuildingBlocks, both withchromolithographed covers,together with a wax dolls head, apair of buttoned childrens shoes,five printed playing cards, and twoprinted cards.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$250-350

    78Rosewood spinet deskmid 19th centuryOblong hinged top folds back toreveal writing surface and fittedinterior, case with molded apron, allraised on baluster-form faceted legs.H: 32in. W: 47 in. D: 23 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteEstate of Elizabeth S. Addams ofGermantown$150-250

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    79American School, 20th centuryupsalaInitialed, P.M.F and dated 74, ahand written note on versoinscribed, Upsala/ Painted by PaulM. Hesse, Jr. 1974/ Exhibted atPhiladelphia Cricket Club1975/Presented to Upsala byEleanor S. Hesse, October 14, 1980,watercolor on paper, framed.11 1/2 in. x 16 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$150-250

    80Large set of Old Paris porcelaindinner servicelast half 19th centuryHaving a peach band with gilt toeach edge and white ground.Comprising twelve luncheon plates,fifteen soup bowls, one circularplatter, fourteen salad plates, ninebread & butter plates, one ovalplatter, one sauceboat with tray, twooval vegetable dishes, ten demitassecups and thirteen saucers, seventeacups and saucers, one coveredtwin handled soup tureen with finial,one twin handled oval coveredvegetable with finial, eight saucedishes, three oval relish dishes (oneof a slightly different pattern), twodiamond shaped underplates, andthree larger saucers.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMarion P. Tubbs (Mrs. William R.).Descended in the family from EdithS., M. Bunn, cousin of the donor andElsie H. Broadhead, mother of MissBunn$800-1,200

    81Large china dinner servicelenox, trenton, nj, early 20th centuryWashington Wakefield patterncomprising twenty four dinnerplates, twelve square salad plates,eleven bread and butter plates,eleven twin handled footed creamsoup bowls and twelve saucers,twelve tea cups and twelve saucers,six sauce bowls, one two tiered cakeserver, two small graduated clamshell dishes together with on largeGerman shell dish and oneunmarked saucer.Diam: 10 1/2 in. (dinner plate)provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteMrs. Elizabeth Hay Bechtels 1926wedding china given to be used forentertaining at Cliveden.$300-500

    82Large group of French crystalstemwarecirca 1925Including eleven water glasses,seven finger bowls, eightchampagne glasses, nineteen cordialglasses in three shapes, twelvesherry glasses, six juice glasses, andfive coasters.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic SiteElizabeth Hay Bechtels weddingcrystal; to be used for entertainingat Cliveden.$300-500

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    89Fereghan Kellei carpetwest persia, late 19th century12 ft. 9 in. x 6 ft.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$350-450

    90Kermanshah carpetsouthest persia, late 19th century12 ft. 9 in. x 8 ft. 4 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$150-250

    87Heriz carpetnorthwest persia, late 19th century13 ft. 5 in. x 10 ft. 3 in.$1,000-1,500provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site

    88Fereghan carpetwest persia, late 19th century14 ft. 9 in. x 12 ft. 6 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$200-300

    85Kurdish Carpetnorthwest persia, late 19th century14 ft. 7 in. x 6 ft. 3 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$100-200

    86Lesgi Kuba rugnorthest caucasus, circa 19004 ft. 3 in. x 3 ft. 2 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$250-350

    83Marshad carpetnorthest persia, early 20th century13 ft. 11 in. x 11 ft. 8 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$200-300

    84Mahal carpetwest persia, late 19th century17 ft. 4 in. x 9 ft. 11 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$500-700

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    91Pair of Chinese hardwood figuralcarvingsearly 20th centuryDepicting the Taoist immortal IronCrutch Li with inlaid bone teeth.H: 14 1/4 in.provenance:Property of Cliveden, a NationalTrust Historic Site$400-600

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    92American School, 19th centurya pair of portraits: general johnand abigail bailey steeleOil on canvas, framed, one bearsprinted label, James S. Early &Sons/Early Galleries/ 819 ChestnutStreet/ Philadelphia.24 in. x 20 in. (sight)provenance:Property of the Deshler -MorrisHouse Committee$800-1,200

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    93Five engravings relating to GeorgeWashington, Benjamin Franklin andother Founding Fathers19th centuryIncluding a bust portrait of GeorgeWashington, proof engraving byThomas P. Welsh, after GilbertStuart, published by George W.Childs, Philadelphia, 1852; a smallerformat steel engraving of theproceeding, Franklin at the Court ofFrance, 1778, a printed key toSigning of the Declaration ofIndependence, with facsimilesignatures and a chromolithographGenealogy of G. Washington,published by Bradley and Co.,Philadelphia.30 in. x 41 in. (largest; sight)provenance:Property of the Deshler -MorrisHouse Committee$400-600

    94Classical tiger maple tester bedmid 19th centuryBaluster turned posts joined by ashaped headboard.External measurements: H: 63 in.L: 79 1/2 in. W: 60 in.provenance:Property of the Deshler -MorrisHouse Committee$500-700

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    92 95Fereghan carpetwest persia, late 19th century18 ft. 3 in. x 7 ft. 8 in.provenance:Property of the Deshler -MorrisHouse Committee$300-500

    96Group of household items19th centuryIncluding portraits of SpencerRoberts and Elizabeth Ann TaylorRoberts, the first signed, W. Osler,the second signed J. R. Rice, 1878,pencil and chalk on paper, framed; ahooded cradle, wool winder, threadwinder, and a log cabin quilt.provenance:Property of the Deshler- MorrisHouse Committee$300-500

    97Group of miscellaneous householditems18th and 19th centuryIncluding a Chinese tea box, awireplace fireplace screen, amahogany fire screen withrectangular posts joined by foot restand needleworked silk panel withfolding shelf, and carved and gildedpartial bow ornament.provenance:Property of the Deshler- MorrisHouse Committee$250-350

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    100After Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741-1828)plaster portrait bust of benjaminfranklin, p.p caproni & brosboston.H: 23 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu, Ex-collection: Stanley Paul Sax,Sothebys Jan.16-17, 1998, lot 337.$1,000-2,000

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    98Edward Penfield (1866-1925)franklin arriving in philadelphiaSigned, watercolor on paper, matted.12 in. x 17 in. (sight)provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$1,500-2,500

    99Carved marble bust of Benjamin Franklinamerican, early 19th centuryH: 14 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. KaruChristies, January 21, 2006, lot 866.$4,000-6,000 98

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    103Bronze standing figure of Benjamin Franklin19th centuryMounted on a wooden base.H: 12 1/4 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$500-700

    102Bronze standing figure of Benjamin Franklin19th/20th centuryThe figure holding a hat anddocument mounted on a rectangularbase.H: 8 1/2 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$500-700

    101After Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741-1828)tinted plaster bust of benjaminfranklin,Inscribed Houdon, 1778 on side,and bears inset metal plateinscribed Musee Decouvre.H: 21 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$1,000-2,000

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    104Standing cast bronze figure ofGeorge Washington19th centuryon a rectangular base.H: 9 1/2 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$400-600

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    105Two blown molded glass flasks19th centuryThe first with portraits of Franklin oneach side, the second with a portraitof Franklin on one side and T.W.Dyott, M.D. on the other.H: 8 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$400-600

    106Bronze bust of Benjamin Franklin19th centuryH: 12 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$400-700

    107Carved wooden bust of Benjamin Franklinamerican, 19th centuryH: 14 1/2 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$1,000-1,200

    108Two carved wooden busts ofBenjamin Franklinamerican, early 20th centuryH: 9 in. and 11 1/2 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$600-800

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    110After Joseph S. Duplessis (French, 1725-1802),portrait of benjamin franklinOil on canvas, framed.27 in. x 22 1/4 in. (sight)provenance:Collection of Stuart E. KaruChristies, New York, Jan. 12, 1999,lot 29. A portrait of Franklin byDuplessis is in the collection of theMetropolitan Museum of Art.$6,000-8,000

    109Copper plate-printed cottonCommemorative textileapotheosis of washington andfranklin, england, circa 1800Framed.31 1/2 in. x 27 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$400-600

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    111Bronze and slate figural mantleclockfrance, third quarter 19thcenturyThe seated figure of BenjaminFranklin with scientific apparatus onan octagonal base inset with enameldial, the movement stamped JapyFreres, Medaille dOr.H: 25 in. W: 15 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. KaruBonhams, February 26, 2007, Lot1028$8,000-12,000

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    113Bronze seated figure of Benjamin Franklinlate 19th centuryThe figure of Franklin with electricalapparatus, mounted on a red marbleplinth.H: 15 1/2 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. KaruChristies, London, South Kensington,Nov. 22, 2005, Lot 270$1,500-2,500

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    114Alabaster bust of Benjamin Franklinitaly (after jean jacques caffierifrance 1735-1797) late 18th/ early19th centuryInscribed Beniamino FranhlinH: 15 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$2,000-3,000

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    115Rare marble standing figure ofBenjamin Franklin19th centuryThe figure holds hat in one hand androlled documents in the other.H: 25 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. KaruExhibited in the second tour, TheBenjamin Franklin Tercentenary;Benjamin Franklin: In Search of aBetter World.$10,000-15,000

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    116Stephen Elmer (British 1717-1796)the politician: dr. benjaminfranklinSigned and dated, 1780, framed.Together with two engravings afterthe portrait, The Politician,engraved by T. Ryder, Published asthe Act directs May 1st 1782 by T.Ryder & Sold by A. Torre & I. ThaneNo 28 Hay Market and ThePolitician (Dr. Benjamin Franklin)engraved by T. Ryder, the originalplate Re: published July 1, 1824 by Z.Sweet 38 Chancery Lane.30 in. x 25 in. (sight)provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu, By inheritance to artists nephew,William Elmer, 1796; offered by himfor sale at Elmers SportsmansExhibition, Haymarket, London,1799. William H. Huntington, NewYork, donated by him toMetropolitan Museum of Art, 1885;deaccessioned 1956; purchased byProsper Guerry; by inheritanceGeorge P. Guerry; purchased fromhim by Edward Eberstadt & Sons,New York, before 1962; KennedyGalleries, New York; later 1960sPrivate Collection. Publicationhistory: This painting was engravedby Thomas Ryder as ThePolitician/Published as the Actdirects May 1, 1782, by T. Ryder andSold by A. Torre and J. Thane, No.28 Hay Market. A second versionof the engraving was published asthe frontispiece to The Life andWorks of Benjamin Franklin,London, 1815. The painting isdiscussed at length in CharlesColeman Sellers Benjamin Franklinin Portraiture (1962), p 277-280.Seller comments that a possiblesource for the portrait is anengraving published in PoliticalMagazine and Parlimentary, Navaland Literary Journal October, 1780accompanying a highly critical Lifeand Character of Dr. Franklin theauthor and encourager of theAmerican rebellion. Seller notesthat a replica or early copy of thisportrait is in the U.S. Embassy, Paris.$60,000-80,000

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    120Staffordshire brown transferprinted pitchercirca 1835Printed Franklin and showing ayoung man with kite and cityscapein background.H: 10 3/4 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$300-500Illustrated on p. 61

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    121American School, 19th centuryportrait of george washington(after gilbert stuart 1755-1828)A Vaughan type, oil on canvas,framed.29 3/4 in. x 24 7/8 in. (sight)provenance:The Vaughan portrait, withWashington facing right, was thefirst of Gilbert Stuarts portraits ofthe President taken in life. PresidentWashington sat for Stuart inPhiladelphia in 1795. Stuart mademany replicas of the work. It isnamed Vaughan after an early buyerof a replica, Samuel Vaughan, aPhiladelphia Merchant and friend ofWashington.$4,000-6,000

    118Patinated cast metal standingfigure of George Washingtonamerican, 19th centuryOn shaped base impressedWashingtonH: 9 1/2 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu$300-500

    119Glazed plaster bust of Benjamin Franklin19th centuryH: 15 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. Karu Sotheby Parke Bernet, October 30,1979, Lot 1538$1,000-1,500

    117Patinated zinc bust of Benjamin Franklin19th centuryH: 14 1/2 in.provenance:Collection of Stuart E. KaruChristies, April 5 -6, 2005, lot 460.$800-1,200

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    126Walnut slant front deskHaving a rectangular top over aslant front enclosing a fitted interior,an arrangement of one long, twoshort, and two graduated drawers,on ogee bracket feet.H: 40 3/4 in. W: 40 in. D: 20 3/4 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor gentleman$800-1,200

    124Attributed to William MatthewPrior (1806-1873)pair of portraits: george andmartha washingtonReverse-painted on glass, framed.24 in. x 18 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$600-800

    125Bronze two-part spoon moldlate 17th centuryInscribed Langford Manor KentCount Maryland August 19th 1690to bowl of mold and engraved coatof arm to handle, together withpewter spoon made in mold.L: 8 3/4 in.$300-500

    122Queen Anne carved mahogany sidechairphiladelphia, circa 1770The serpentine crest rail centering ashell above solid urn-shaped splatabove a trapezoidal seat andcabriole legs ending in pad feet.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$1,000-1,500Illustrated on p. 49

    123Queen Anne walnut side chairphiladelphia, circa 1760The back scrolled yoked crestingabove a solid urn shaped spoonedsplat, molded seat above a shapedapron, cabriole legs carved with Cscrolls ending in pad feet.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$1,000-2,000Illustrated on p. 49

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    127Queen Anne walnut tall chestchester county, pa, circa 1770The rectangular molded top abovethree arched drawers, two shortdrawers and four graduated longdrawers, flanked by turned quartercolumn, double paneled sides, tallshaped bracket feet.H: 65 1/2 in. W: 39 3/4 in.D: 22 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of a Philadelphia Lady Blums Chestnut Hill Antiques,1970s.$4,000-6,000

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    129Queen Anne carved walnuthighchestmassachusetts, circa 1750The upper case with molded corniceabove arrangement of two short andthree graduated drawers; the lowercase with one long drawer overthree short drawers, the centerdrawer with carved fan above ashaped apron on cabriole legs, padfeet.H: 70 3/4 in. W: 38 1/4 in. D: 20 in.provenance:Estate of a Lady,Ginsburg and Levy, New York.Phippen Family, Salem,Massachusetts$3,000-5,000

    128Queen Anne inlaid walnut dressingtablepennsylvania, 18th centuryRectangular top with molded edgeabove four string inlaid drawers,shaped apron with pendants,cabriole legs ending in stockingedfeet.H: 27 1/2 in. W: 30 1/2 in.D: 20 1/4 in.$1,000-1,500

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    131Queen Anne walnut candlestandphiladelphia, circa 1760Having a circular dish molded topon birdcage tilting mechanism,slender shaft terminating in asuppressed ball, plain cabriole legswith snake head feet.H: 28 1/2 in. 24 x 23 13/16 in. (top)$5,000-8,000

    130Painted cast metal profiles of BenFranklin and George Washingtonone incised, e.a. kretschmanEach cast in high relief.H: 14 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$500-700

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    132Brown Jasperware Commemorativepitchercirca 1830The bulbous form molded withgrapeleaves and portraits ofWashington His Countrys Fatherand Lafayette The CountrysGuest, eagle with stars and shieldunder spout.H: 6 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey Ex-Collection Eugene Fleischer$400-600

    133Black transfer printed creamwarepitcherearly 19th centuryDecorated with Peace Plenty andIndependence within ring of sixteenstates on one side, an Americanthree-masted ship on the other andE. Pluribus Unum the Great Seal ofthe United States under spout.H: 8 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    134Black transfer-decoratedcreamware pitcherattributed to herculaneumpottery, early 19th centuryDecorated with floral sway abovering of sixteen states enclosingGreat Seal of the United States, theother side with Washinton-Map ofthe United States(McCauley No.58) and under spout a floral reserveenclosing Woodward AbrahamSenr above figure of Hope.H: 11 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, The Eugene Fleischer Collection,Samuel T. Freeman & Co., Nov. 16,2007, lot. 1360 William Kurau,Lampeter, PA$1,500-2,500

    135Black-transfer printed creamwarepitcherearly 19th centuryDecorated on one side withWashington in Glory-America InTears (McCauley No. 65) andPeace Plenty and Independence onthe other, the Great Seal of theUnited States under spout.H: 9 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, The Eugene Fleischer Collection,Samuel T. Freeman & Co., Nov. 16,2007, Lot 1357,$500-800

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    137William Sullivant Vanderbilt Allen(1860-1931)independence hall 1780Signed, W.S. Allen, 1890, engravedtitle plaque on frame, watercolor onpaper, framed.25 1/2 in. x 17 1/2 in. (sight)$800-1,200

    138William Sullivant Vanderbilt Allen(1860-1931)federal hall 1782Inscribed in graphite on verso,Colonel & Private 1st RegimentContinental Rhode Island Infrantry,W.S. Allen 1891, engraved titleplaque on frame, watercolor onpaper, framed.25 1/2 in. x 17 1/2 in. (sight)$800-1,200

    139Federal giltwood mirror with eagle19th centuryThe cresting ornamented with eagleand shield, bellflower swag andcornucopia over fretwork andbeaded and carved rectangularframe.L: 42 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$2,000-3,000

    140Two Chippendale mahoganylooking glasseslate 18th centuryThe first with scrolled crestingpierced with gilded phoenix aboveinlaid frame, gilt liner, leafy fillets tosides, scrolled pendant; the secondwith scrolled cresting above moldedmirror frame and molded gilt liner,corresponding pendant below.L: 28 in. and 22 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$400-600

    141William and Mary gateleg drop leaftablerhode sland, 18th centuryThe molded oblong top with Dshaped leaves on baluster, ring andblock turned legs with shaped feet,joined by molded, straightstretchers.H: 28 1/4 in. L: 40 in. W: 15 1/2 in.(closed) D Leaf: 13 1/2 in.$1,500-2,000

    142Chippendale walnut slant frontdesk19th centuryThe rectangular top over a lipmolded slant front enclosing a fittedinterior, four lip molded graduateddrawers flanked by reeded columns,on ogee bracket feet.H: 42 in. L: 43 1/2 in. D: 22 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$600-800

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    143American School Late 18th/early 19th centurythree memorials, plymouth,massachusetts, early 19th centuryUnsigned, watercolor and ink onpaper, framed, each worked with aweeping willow tree overmonument. The first inscribedSacred to the memory of AnnaRider who died October 1st 1798, ae.one year one month, the second,Sacred to the memory of AnnaRider who died March 10, 1800 ae.8mo. 14 days, and the third, Sacredto the memory of Anna Rider whodied Aug. 8, 1806 Ae.8 wks 2 days.6 3/4 in. x 8 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:These were daughters of Anna andCaptain Samuel Rider.$400-600

    144Upholstered wingback chairThe tall back with arched wings andslightly outscrolled arms on balusterand block turned legs joined byconforming stretchers.provenance:Estate of Mary Joan Simmons,Philadelphia$600-800

    145Upholstered mahogany easy chairlate 18th centuryThe arched back with curved wingsand outscrolled arms on molded,straight legs, joined by stretcher.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$1,000-1,500

    146Chippendale walnut tall chestpennsylvania, late 18th centuryThe molded rectangular top abovetwo short and four long moldeddrawers, bracket base.H: 47 in. W: 38 1/2 in. D: 21 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$800-1,200

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    148Attributed to Edward Pember andJames Luzarder (Philadelphia)g. washington in his last illnessattended by Doctors Craik andBrown circa 180Hand-colored engraving, framed.11 1/4 in. x 9 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Purchased from Graham Arader,New York$1,000-1,500

    149Chippendale walnut tall chestpennsylvania, late 18th centuryThe rectangular top with moldededge above an arrangement of eightdrawers, resting on bracket feet.H: 51 in. W: 38 3/4 in. D: 21 3/4 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$600-1,000

    147After Edward Savage, American School, 19th centurygeorge washington and family atmt. vernonUnsigned, watercolor on paper,framed.17 1/2 in. x 24 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey,Greg K. Kramer & Co.$800-1,200

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  • 152Silver washstand basinanthony rasch & co., philadelphia circa 1820The deep circular bowl with ribbed border, stamped twice on underside ofthe rim A Rasch & Co., and twice Philadelphia. The underside of bowlinscribed To Ellen Pollard Lewis 1795, to Betty Washington Lewis, 1818, toBetty Washington Lovell 1866, to Frances Fielding Oldham 1932, to FrancesLovell Oldham 1961, Marybelle Gordon Drummond 1968.Diam: 12 1/2 in. Weight: 36 troy oz.provenance:Descending for seven generations, in the family of Betty Washington Lewis,the sister of George Washington, this Philadelphia-made, engraved, silverwashstand basin, has a long and interesting story to tell. Elizabeth or BettyWashington, born in 1733, married Col. Fielding Lewis (1725-1781) a lifelongfriend of her brother George, officer in the Revolutionary War and prominentVirginian, in 1750. Together, they built the stately Georgian mansion,Kenmore Plantation in Fredericksburg, Virginia, which stands today as aNational Historic Landmark. The couple had eleven children. Their youngestson, Howell Lewis (1771-1822) married Ellen Hackley Pollard in 1795. EllenPollard Lewis (1776-1855) is the first engraved name on the basin. HowellLewis served at times as his uncles secretary, overseer of Mount Vernonwhile his uncle George Washington, was President. In 1818, the daughter ofEllen Pollard and Howell Lewis, Betty Washington Lewis (1796-1866)married Col. Joseph Lovell (1796-1835) and lived in Charlestown, WestVirginia. As a very small child Betty Washington Lewis visited George andMartha Washington at Mt. Vernon and had the special honor of sitting atthe adult table, an invitation not typically extended to children at the time.Little Betty also is said to have sat on Washingtons knee a few monthsbefore his death. Betty Washington Lewis Lovell passed away in Marietta,Ohio. Betty Washington Lewis and Col. Joseph Lovell had one child, JosephLovell, Jr.(1827-1865) His marriage to Sara Nye (1829-1934) produced Betty

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    150Chippendale mahogany lookingglass18th centuryHaving a scrolled cresting centeringa gilt eagle above a rectangularmirror plate with inlaid border andgilt bezel flanked by gilt filletcorresponding scrolled pendantbelow.H: 28 in. W: 18 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$300-500

    151Painted commemorative plasterbust of George Washingtonrobert shout, london, circa 1802Impressed on back, Publd 30th July1802/ by Robt. Shout, 18 Holborn,/London/ Washington/ GenlWashington.H: 14 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey,Woldman & Woldman, Alexandria,Virginia. Robert Shout and his father,Benjamin, worked in Holborn,London 1778-1823. They wereknown for their portrait busts offamous and Classical philosophers,writers and politicians.$800-1,200

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    Washington Lovell (1853 - 1934) the third engraved name on the bowl. BettyLovell married Frances Fox Oldham (1849-1912) in 1876. The fourthengraved name, the child of Betty Washington Lovell and Francis FoxOldham, Frances Fielding Oldham was born in 1889 in Ohio. By the age ofeleven she was living in Washington D.C. She is known to have worked as aLicensed Nurse at Presbyterian Hospital on the upper west side of New YorkCity circa 1915. The fifth engraved name, Frances Lovell Oldham, was born inSeattle, Washington. Best known as an editor of Harpers Bazaar and laterfashion editor at Vogue in the UK, Frances Lovell Oldham (1903-1991) wasoriginally married to the Hon. James Rodney. Frances Rodney later divorcedand married Captain Charles Gordon, with whom she had a daughter,Marybelle Gordon. Frances later married Captain Alwyne Farquharson ofInvercauld. As Frances Farquharson of Invercauld, she was best known forher fashionable and unique taste in both clothing and castle dcor atBraemar Castle, so much so that the castle was opened for a period of timeas a visitor attraction. On June 24, 1961, Marybelle Gordon, daughter ofCaptain Charles Gordon and Frances Lovell Oldham, married the Hon. JamesReginald Drummond, son of John David Drummond, 17th Earl of Perth. Thissilver washstand basin has traveled across the United States and theAtlantic Ocean for almost 200 years.$7,000-9,000

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    153Silver tea potjoseph shoemaker, philadelphiacirca 1798Oval urn finial to the lid with balltop, oval body with gadroon chaserim, eight ribs to the body, spoutcurving up in a vertical fashion thenflaring out with an oval chased capand ebony lyre form handle.Stamped on bottom one time.H: 7 5/8 in. Weight: 16 troy oz.provenance:Probably made for Ellen PollardLewis (1776-1855) and HowellLewis (1771-1822), GeorgeWashingtons nephew, who marriedin 1795. Descended in the family tothe present owner, please seeprevious lot.$1,000-1,500

    154Silver ladlephiladelphia, george b. sharp, for bailey & co. circa 1850The handle with engraved borderenclosing the name Sabine,terminating in bowl with flared rim.L: 14 1/2 in. Weight: 7.5 troy oz.provenance:Descended in the Waln family,Philadelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner. The ladle probablybelonged to Sabine DInvilliersWeightman Wister (1847-1926)$300-500

    155Silver punch ladleamerican, last quarter 18th centuryThe tip of handle engraved SR, theback S W to S R.L: 14 in. Weight: 1.2 troy oz.provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner. A paper tag hangsfrom handle inscribed WalnfordLadel(sic). Walnford, an estate andworking farm in Upper Freehold,New Jersey was named by RichardWaln, a wealthy Philadelphiamerchant when he purchased theproperty in 1773.$200-400

    156Silver tea pot and matchingcreamerjohn b. jones, boston, ma,circa 1825Plain oval shapes, ball finial to lid,pinched neck onrimmed base, lyrehandles. Stamped on base one time.H: 7 7/8 in. (ladle) Weight of bothpieces: 34 oz.$800-1,200

    157Silver eye glassesmcallister, philadelphia, early 19th centuryIn a red leather case together withanother pair of eyeglasses in a lift lidsilver case with monogram.L: 4 1/4 in. (of case)$300-500

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    158Sterling silver flatwares. hammond & co., utica, ny, circa 1810-1815Fiddle and thread pattern includingten dinner forks, six luncheon forksand twelve table spoons.Total Weight: 46. oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana$1,200-1,500

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    159After John Trumball (1756-1843),American School, 19th centurya miniature of george washingtonbefore the battle of trentonSigned, W. Richard, fecit,watercolor on ivory, framed.6 in. x 5 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, Jeff R.Bridgman American Antiques LLC$1,500-2,500

    160American School, 18th centurytwo miniature portraits: a younglady and a gentlemanWatercolor on ivory, unframed.2 1/4 in. x 1 3/4 in. and 1 3/4 in. x1 1/8 in.provenance:Descended in the Garrett-Sheridanfamily of Delaware County,Chestnut Hill and Germantown,Pennsylvania$400-600

    161American School, 18th centuryminiature portrait of a ladyWatercolor on ivory, gilt bright cutpendant case bearing the initialsMP on verso. (Bits of red tinselloose under glass).1 3/4 in. x 1 1/4 in.provenance:Descended in the Garrett-Sheridanfamily of Delaware County,Chestnut Hill and Germantown,Pennsylvania$600-800

    162English School, 18th centuryportrait of a small child holdinga rattleInscribed, aged 15 mo, watercoloron ivory, gilt locket case inset withgarnets.1 1/2 in. x 1 in. (sight)$2,000-3,000

    163English/Irish School, 18th centuryminiature portrait of a little boySigned, Tuxin 1776, watercolor onivory, in a gilt locket case backedwith mother of pearl, in leather case.1 1/2 in. x 1 1/4 in.$300-400

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    166Chippendale walnut bonnet tophigh chestsalem, ma circa 1770The upper case with flame and urnform finials and molded crestingabove central fan-carved drawer,flanked by two short drawers withfour graduated drawers below, thelower case with long drawer abovecentered fan drawer and two shortdrawers, shaped apron and cabriolelegs ending in ball and claw feet.H: 91 in. W: 68 1/2 in. D: 21 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, Judd Gregory,Dorset Vermont. Descended in theHooper family of Marblehead,Massachusetts. Donated to theDiplomatic Reception Rooms at theState Department by Alice Hooperin 1955. Deaccessioned in the early1990s during Reception Roomsredecoration.$8,000-12,000

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    164Mourning hair brooch19th centuryDouble sided with weeping willowand tomb monument on one sideand woven hair on the other, in ovalgilt metal locket.2 in. x 1 1/4 in.provenance:Belonged to Courtney Alice Griffith.Descended in the Garrett-Sheridanfamily of Delaware County,Chestnut Hill and Germantown,Pennsylvania$200-300

    165American School, 19th centuryminiature portrait of a youngmanSigned and dated Daniel 1842, inhinged gilt pendant and fittedleather case.1 7/8 in. x 1 3/8 in.$600-800

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    167Mahogany drop leaf breakfasttablenew england, 18th centuryRectangular top with slightly curvedends and oval drop leaves, the topcompletely carved with lip moldededge, apron drawer, on round turnedlegs, pad feet.48 1/2 in. x 46 1/2 in. (top)H: 30 3/4 in.$1,000-1,500

    168Chippendale walnut chest ofdrawersphiladelphia, late 18th centuryThe rectangular molded top abovefour graduated lip-molded drawersflanked by fluted quarter columns,ogee bracket feet.H: 34 1/2 in. W: 39 in. D: 21 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$1,000-1,500

    169American School, 19th centuryportrait of george washingtonoil on canvas, framed.21 1/2 in x 17 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$2,000-3,000

    170Chippendale walnut high chestphiladelphia, 18th centuryDouble scroll molded top with floralcarved rosettes, dental and blind fretcarved bands below, three small andfour graduated wide lip molded edgedrawers, base with one wide andthree small lip molded edgedrawers, the centermost beingcarved with a shell, carved scallopedapron, acanthus leaf carved cabriolelegs, ball and claw feet.H: 91 in. W: 43 3/4 in. D: 22 1/4 in.provenance:Garvan collection, Parke BernetGalleries, New York, Sale 3106, lot172$10,000-15,000

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    171Washingtons Grand Entry intoNew York, Nov. 25, 1783john smith, publisher, t. sinclair,printer, philadelphia,Chromolithograph, framed.20 in. x 24 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

    172Pair of Chippendale walnut sidechairsphiladelphia, last quarter of the 18th centurySerpentine crest rails centering anoval floral panel, carved volutes,gothic pierced vasiform splats withtwo scrolls, slip seats, straight seatrails with a centered carved shell,cabriole legs on claw and ball feet.H: 40 in.provenance:Branded on the inside back seat railJ. A. Haskel$10,000-15,000

    173Pair of Chippendale walnut sidechairsdelaware valley, pa,late 18th centuryWith serpentine crest rail andpierced shaped splat on trapezoidalseat and straight legs.$600-800

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    174Prattware sponge-decorated eaglelate 18th/early 19th centuryH: 7 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    175Staffordshire polychromeallegorical figure of Americaengland, early 19th centuryThe standing boy with feathercrown, above an alligator on gildedbase titled AmericaH: 8 3/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    176Group of tortoise-shell glazedcreamware itemsengland, late 18th centuryIncluding three small plates withmolded rim, a covered sugar bowlwith floral knop, two saucers, onewith green splotches, and a tea bowlwith yellow and green splotches.Diam: 7 in. (largest)provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$300-400

    177Group of Staffordshire creamwaretable articlesearly 19th centuryComprising a small sauce tureen,ladle and underplate; four piercedbottle coasters; a basket-weavedish; two pierced plates and twopierced serving plates.L: 10 in. (longest)provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$250-350

    178Group of Leedsware with greenfeather-edgeearly 19th centuryComprising thirteen dinner plates, agravy boat and sugar bowl; eachwith molded decoration.Diam: 10 1/4 in. (dinner plate)provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$250-350

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    179Group of Leedsware blue feather-edge pearlware dishesearly 19th centuryComprising nine dinner plates, sixsoup plates, two small plates and aserving bowl.Diam: 10 in. (plate)provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$250-350

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    180Three pieces Shell and seaweedpattern Etruscan Majolicagriffen, smith and hill,phoenixville, pa, 1879-1892Including a bowl, creamer and smallplate.Diam: 8 1/4 in. (bowl)provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$300-500

    181Pair of Rockingham glazed potterydogs19th centuryEach seated and facing forward,mounted on a Gothic archedmolded domed base.H: 12 in.provenance:Estate of a Philadelphia Lady$300-500

    182Chippendale walnut pembroketablephiladelphia, late 18th centuryThe rectangular top with conformingleaves, molded drawer, straightchamfered marlborough legs joinedby cross stretcher.H: 29 in. D: 34 in. W: 20 1/4 in.(closed)provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$1,000-1,500

    183Two Chippendale mahogany sidechairs18th centuryEach with serpentine crestrail andpierced splat, trapezoidal seat andmolded straight legs, not a pair.provenance:Estate of a Philadelphia Lady$400-600

    184Pair of Chippendale cherrywoodside chairsbaltimore, circa 1785Each with molded and scrolledserpentine crestrail above piercedand scrolled splat, on moldedtrapezoidal seat and straight moldedlegs.$2,000-3,000

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    185Needlework samplerphebe ann rogerss wrought inthe ninth year of her age.A house on hillock with sheepenclosed by trees, baskets offlowers, worked in silk threads on alinen ground, framed.21 1/2 in. x 17 in.provenance:Burlington County Historical Society$4,000-6,000

    186Four Chippendale mahogany orwalnut side chairsphiladelphia, last quarter 18th centuryAn assembled group, including apair, each with a serpentine crest railabove a pierced Gothic splat,molded trapezoidal seat andsquared legs joined by a stretcher.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$3,000-5,000

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    187Walnut tall case clocksamuel breneiser, adamstownarea, pennsylvania, early 19th centuryDouble scroll cresting to bonnetwith turned rosettes, above archedhood opening to painted brassmoon phase face with off-whiteArabic numeral chapter ring,inscribed Samuel Breneiser, curvedday/date window, flanked bybaluster turned columnettes, lipmolded waist door with shellcarved top, fluted quarter columns,plain plinth, ogee bracket feet.H: 87 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$3,000-5,000

    188American School, 19th centuryportrait of george washington ina red coatOil on canvas, framed.28 in. x 24 in (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, Jeff. R.Bridgman American Antiques$3,000-5,000

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    189Queen Anne mahogany tilt toptablephiladelphia, circa 1760The reshaped oval top tilts on birdcage and tapering and belted urnstem on cabriole legs ending in padfeet.H: 29 in. D: 23 in. W: 19 in.$1,000-2,000

    190Chippendale carved mahogany sidechairphiladelphia, circa 1775The molded serpentine crestrailcarved with leafage above piercedand carved splat, trapezoidal seat,arched molded apron centering afoliate device, cabriole legs carvedwith scrolling leaves and beading atknees, ending in ball and claw feet.provenance:A mate to this side chair is in thecollection of the DiplomaticReception Rooms of the U.S.Department of State, see ClementConger, Treasures of State: Fine andDecorative Arts in the DiplomaticReception Rooms of the U. S. StateDepartment (1991) p. 105, fig.24.$10,000-15,000

    191Peale family circle, 19th centuryportrait of a lady in a lace capOil on canvas, framed.30 in. x 24 3/4 in. (sight)$1,500-2,500

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    192Group of Chinese Export porcelain orange Fitzhugh itemsearly 19th centuryIncluding two warming dishes, an oval reticulated stand, two oval platters,eight large saucers, two teacups, one syllabub and cover, two extra covers,three small plates, most bear the initials EAT, with gilt highlights.provenance:These pieces were originally part of a large service owned by Philadelphiamerchant Edward Thomson (1771-1853) and his wife Ann (Renshaw)Thomson (1773-1842) and bear their initals EAT. Thomson and his brotherGeorge were leading merchants in the China and India trade and ownednumerous ships. It is thought that the service may have been ordered for thecouple by their son, Richard R. Thomson who served as United States consulto China, 1822-1823. For Exhibition and Publication Historysee: Philadelphians and The China Trade 1784-1844 Philadelphia Museumof Art, July 1 - September 23, 1984 and exhibition catalog by Jean GordonLee (1984) pp.152-3, fig. 144.$10,000-15,000

    193Pair of Chinese Export Porcelainplateslate 18th centuryEach decorated with vase andscholars accoutrement within afloral sprig and branches.Diam: 9 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$200-300

    194Pair of Chinese export porcelainRose Mandarin pistol handled urnsearly 19th centuryDecorated with elaborate court andgarden vignettes.H: 15 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey JamesGallery, Lederach, Pennsylvania.$4,000-6,000

    195Chinese export porcelain Cabbageleaf medallion punch bowllate 19th centuryDiam: 15 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey JamesGallery, Lederach, Pennsylvania.$800-1,200

    196Pair of Chippendale mahogany sidechairs18th centuryEach with serpentine crestrail abovea pierced vasiform splat, trapezoidaloverupholstered seat, straightmolded legs joined by stretchers.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$600-1,000

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    197American School, 18th/19th centuryportrait of a lady in the mannerof rembrandt pealeOil on canvas, framed. Facing rightwith a white lace cap and shawl,seated holding a book.29 in. x 23 3/4 in. (sight)$500-1,000

    198Birds Eye View of Mt. Vernon, The home of Washingtonby g. & f bill, massachusetts, 1859Hand colored lithograph, periodframe.11in. x 14 in. (sight)provenance:Millie McGehee, Maryland$500-700

    199Carved wooden eagle19th centuryThe eagle with outstretched wings,grasping branch in its talons, gilthighlights.H: 15 1/2 in. W: 26 1/4 in.$600-800

    200Carved and gilded eaglelate 19th centuryWith outstretched wings.H: 14 in. W: 27 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

    201Carved, painted and gilded eaglemontrose mcardle iii, annisquam,ma 1930sInscribed in pencil with makersname on verso, the figure of aneagle with outstretched wings, withtalons clutching crossed cannons.H: 13 1/2 in. W: 40 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$600-800

    202School of John Singleton Copley(1738-1815)portrait of walter livingston(1740-1822)Oil on canvas, framed.35 3/4 in. x 25 in. (sight)Note: The sitter wears aRevolutionary War period uniformwith a single gold epaulette on theright shoulder indicating that he is aline officer, Lieutenant or Captain ina battalion company.$8,000-12,000

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    203Lithgow Family silver hilted smallswordandrew tyler (1692-1741), boston, 1720-1740Tylers mark stamped twice, on quillon and knucklebow, the undersides ofshells engraved with the initials, RL for Robert Lithgow and the date 1701and Capt. Wm. Lithgow, the blade etched with full figure of an Indian andscrollwork.L: 33 in.provenance:According to family tradition, the first owner of the sword, Robert Lithgow,was born 1678 in Glendermoth, Ireland. He emigrated to Halifax, NovaScotia, then to Boston. He settled in Topsham Maine around 1720 and fledto Brunswick when the town was attacked by Indians. He later settled inGeorgetown, Maine. The second owner of the sword was Roberts sonWilliam Lithgow (1713? -1798) who was born in Boston. Known as CaptainWilliam Lithgow, he commanded Ft. Richmond and later Ft. Halifax and wasemployed as an Indian agent by the government from about 1754-1774. Ithas been suggested that the Indian figure on the blade was etched at thistime. In later life, Lithgow became a Judge. The third owner of the sword wasWilliam Lithgow, Jr. (1750-1796) who served as Captain of theMassachusetts Militia, and entered the army as a Major of the 11thMassachusetts Regiment. An honorable aide-de-camp to GeorgeWashington, he was present at the surrender of Burgoyne. After the war,Lithgow studied law and was appointed by President Washington as Districtattorney for Maine. The smallsword descended in the Lithgow family until itwas acquired by Dr. Herbert T. Schwarz. Private Collection. PublicationHistory: illustrated in Jacob hurd and the Boston Smallsword, John D.Hamilton, Book of Edged Weapons, by American Society of ArmsCollectors,(1997) A copy of this publication accompanies lot. Alsoaccompanying the lot are photocopies of Lithgow family military records,family histories, eleven volumes of Collections of the Maine HistoricalSociety, in which the Lithgow family is recorded, and History of BrunswickTopsham, and Harpswell Maine (1878) George Augustus Wheeler, MD andHenry Warren Wheeler.$80,000-120,000

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    204Attributed to George Engleheart (British, 1750-1829)miniature portrait of sir alexander forrester inglis cochrane (1758-1832)Watercolor on ivory, gilt metal locket frame, not examined out of frame.3 1/6 in. x 2 1/2 in.provenance:Descended in the Cochrane family to the present owner. AlexanderCochrane played a significant role in the War of 1812. As Vice Admiral of theBritish Expeditionary Fleet and Commander in Chief of North AmericanStation, Cochrane orchestrated the effective blockade of American ports. Hisships brought many of the British troops that captured Washington D.C.,burned the White House and most of the other government buildings.Perhaps Cochranes most famous act in the War was leading the attack onthe key port of Baltimore, Maryland. Under Cochranes command, the BritishNavy bombarded Fort McHenry in Baltimore Harbor for 25 hours. Thebombardment inspired observer, Francis Scott Key to write The StarSpangled Banner which became our national anthem. In January of 1815,Cochranes ships delivered many British soldiers to one of the last events ofthe War, The Battle of New Orleans, where they were defeated byAmericans under the command of Gen. Andrew Jackson.$20,000-30,000

    20514 carat First City Troop 1909 Cavalry medalphiladelphia, 1909A shield shaped panel chased with crossed swords with a hat atop andsuspended with twelve circular panels, each with numbers 99, 00, 01, 02,03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08 and 09; the back in raised letters 1909, 100%DUTY, SECOND TROOP Capt. J. P. WOOD, Together with a framed coloredengraving 2ND TROOP, Philadelphia Cavalry.L: 5 1/4 in. Weight: 21.5 dwtprovenance:This medal belonged to John Penman Wood (b. 1826) who had a longmilitary career spanning twenty-eight years. He enlisted as Private, 2ndTroop, Philadelphia City Cavalry, N.G.P on June 4, 1898 and eventually waspromoted to Colonel, Headquarters and Staff, 1st Cavalry, N.G.P on July 7,1914. John Penman Wood was in Federal service during the Mexican Borderconflict and World War I. From 1921-1926, he served in the N.G.P. asBrigadier General. (John P. Wood Collection, 1898-1925)$800-1,200

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    206Carved and incised powder hornlate 18th centuryBearing monogram SBF andincised with ships at sea, afashionable lady, potted flowers,corn stalks and a crucifixion, carvedneck.L: 12 in.$1,200-2,500

    207Painted wooden model of a threemasted ship, GaspeTraderinscribed, e. leclerc,20th centuryL: 46 in.$600-800

    208Carved and painted model of theConstitution in vitrinelate 19th/early 20th centuryH: 24 1/2 in. W: 33 1/2 in.D: 16 1/4 in.$600-800

    209Shadowbox with painted woodenmodel of clipper shiplate19th centuryPainted background on lead.26 in. x 18 in.$500-700

    210American School 20th centuryportrait of an american steamsailing shipSigned, T. Alex, watercolor onpaper, framed.9 1/2 in. x 15 5/8 in.$300-500

    211Edward Ashton Goodes (1832-1910)portrait of rear admiral samuel francis du pont(1803-1865)Signed, E. A. Goodes, Dec. 12th 1887, oil on canvas, framed.provenance:DuPont served with distinction as a naval officer in the Mexican War andwas active in the establishment of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. At theoutbreak of the Civil War DuPont was appointed to the Commission ofConference to plan Northern naval operations. He was given command ofthe South Atlantic Blockading Squadron and his capture of Port Royal, SouthCarolina in November of 1861 was the first major Union naval victory of thewar. This victory inspired Herman Melville to write DuPonts Round Fight, apoem. In 1863, however, DuPont was blaimed for the worst naval defeat ofthe war when his fleet of ironclads failed to take Charleston. He asked to berelived of his command and died two years later. In 1882, Congressrecognized Du Ponts naval service and commissioned a statue of him to beplaced in the renamed DuPont Circle in Washington, D.C. The Dupont familylater replaced the statue with a fountain. This portrait was painted from aphotograph of the Rear Admiral, taken in October of 1862. DuPonts papersare kept at the Hagley Museum$3,000-5,000

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    212Woolie of a three masted Britishshipengland, late 19th century13 3/4 x 19 in. (site)$200-300

    213Attributed to William PierceStubbs (1842-1909)a schooner flying american flagwith lighthouse beyondOil on canvas, framed.24 in. x 29 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$5,000-8,000

    214Federal mahogany pillar and scrollshelf clockeli terry & sons, plymouth, ct.,circa 1825Of typical form with brass finials,painted face, eglomise paneldepicting manor house with treesand pond.H: 31 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$500-800

    215Federal mahogany pillar and scrollshelf clockeli and samuel terry, first quarter 19th centuryTypical form with brass urn andspire finials, painted face withRoman numerals and floral corners,eglomise panel below of a greathouse, pond and trees;.H: 31 1/2 in.$800-1,200

    216School of Thomas Doughty (1793-1856)hudson river viewOil on canvas, framed.18 in. x 30 in. (sight)$1,500-2,500

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    217New England mahogany inlaid tallclock18th/19th centuryCurved top bonnet with curvedopenwork panel supporting threebrass ball and spire finials, archedface door with brass stopped flutedcolomnetts, painted face signedAaron Willard with floral corners,black on white Roman numeralchapter ring and Arabic numeralsubsidiary seconds ring, archedmolded edge waist door, brassstopped fluted corners with brasscapitals, pencil line inlaid base panelon slight ogival bracket feet.H: 99 in.provenance:Sold Parke Bernet sale 3393, lot 245$10,000-15,000

    218Federal mahogany sideboardearly 19th centuryThe serpentine top over aconforming case fitted with a slideand three short drawers above aseries of cupboard doors raised ontapering legs with floral inlay andebonized line banding to three sideof front legs and front side of rearlegs.H: 39 1/2 W: 54 1/2 in.$3,000-5,000

    219Pair of Federal mahogany sidechairspossibly maryland, circa 1800Each with a shield back with piercedurn form splat, serpentine seat railon straight legs joined by stretchers.$300-400

    220After Edward Hicks (1780-1849)newtown landscapeInscribed, Edw. Hicks New Town,1818, watercolor and ink on paper.H: 6 3/4 in. W: 15 in.$300-500

    221American School, 19th Centuryyoung man holding an oboeOil on canvas, leaf carved gilt frame.12 1/2 in. x 10 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:The Stevenson Easby FamilyCollection$300-500

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    222Federal inlaid demi-lune gametableearlly 19th centuryHaving a folding top over a line anddiamond inlay frieze over squaretapering line inlaid legs and bandedfeet.H: 29 1/2 in. W: 36 in. D: 17 3/4 in.$700-900

    223Mahogany inlaid Pembroke tableThe rectangular top above a friezewith oval inlay to top of legs and pinline decoration above squaretapering legs with line inlay andbanding to feet.H: 28 1/2 in. W: D: 19 1/2 in.$800-1,200

    224Chippendale folding card table19th centuryThe rectangular top over a shapedapron on square straight legs.H: 28 3/4 in. W: 35 3/4 in.D: 17 1/4 in.$300-500

    225Federal inlaid octagonalcandlestandearly 19th centuryThe octagonal top with inlaid edgetilts on incised urn-form support onarched legs.21 7/8 in. x 14 1/2 in. (top) H: 27 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$600-800

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    226Chippendale mahoganycandlestand18th centuryThe circular tilting dish top over abird cage support on a vasiformturned support on downswept legsending in snake feet.H: 29 1/2 in. Diam.: 19 in. (top)provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$200-400

    227Chippendale walnut candlestandlate 18th centuryThe circular tilting dish top andbirdcage support on a turnedsupport with a ball on arched legsending in snakehead feet.H: 29 in. Diam: 22 in. (top)provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$400-600

    228Federal oval top candlestandearly 19th centuryOn a elongated urn form support onarched legs ending in snake feet.H: 26 1/2 in. Top: 19 3/4 in. x14 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$250-350

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    229Federal candlestandThe circular top raised on a taperingsupport, arched legs ending in snakefeet.H: 28 in. Diam: 18 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$100-150

    230Four Staffordshire historical bluetransfer printed cup platesenoch wood, second quarter 19th centuryEach depicting Castle Garden,Battery, New York within a trefoilborder.Diam: 3 3/4 in.$250-350

    231Six Staffordshire blue transferprinted plateswilliam adams, tunstall andstoke, early 19th centuryEach printed with The LondonInstitute.Diam: 6 3/4 in.$300-400

    232Group of three Staffordshire bluetransfer-printed itemsenoch wood & sons, and others,circa 1830Including an Historical blue creamerdecorated with Entrance of the ErieCanal into the Hudson at Albany,and Aqueduct Bridge at Little Falls,a domed-lid coffee pot, and anoctagonal teapot decorated with arural scene.H: 4 1/4 in., 10 1/4 in. and 6 1/4 in.$600-1,000

    232AStaffordshire blue transfer printeditems19th centuryIncluding a platter decorated withan English country scene, an ovalvegetable dish decorated with sheepand small boy on horseback, and aplate decorated with The Valentinefrom Wilkies Designs.platter L: 18 1/2 in.$400-600

    235Pair of Chinese export porcelainvases19th centuryEach of oval baluster form, moldedwith leafage and squirrels, anddecorated in polychrome withcourtiers in gardens, mounted aslamps on wooden bases.H: 14 1/4 in. (vase) H: 21 in. (overall)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$1,000-1,500Illustration p. 62

    236Two Chinese export black and giltlacquer sewing boxes19th centuryEach of octagonal form decoratedwith scenes of courtiers, fitted withdrawer, bale handles at sides, oncarved paw feet.H: 6 1/2 in. W: 13 1/2 in. D: 9 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

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    233Staffordshire Historical bluetransfer printed platterjoseph stubbs, burslem, circa 1820Decorated with Upper Ferry Bridgeover the river Schuylkill.L: 18 3/4 in.$1,000-1,500

    234Federal mahogany two-part diningtable19th centuryEach section having a demilune endwith a rectangular drop leaf, swingleg on a conforming skirt, squaretapering legs.H: 29 1/2 in. L: 44 in. (closed)W: 44 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$1,000-1,500

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    237Inlaid mahogany knifeboxearly 19th centuryOf typical form with sloping hingedlid opening to a fitted interior,contrasing barber pole band inlay.H: 15 in. D: 14 in.$800-1,200

    238Federal inlaid mahogany bow frontchest of drawersprobably baltimore, circa 1800The swell front top aboveconforming case fitting with fourgraduated line-inlaid drawers, inlaidcontrasting banding at base, flaringbracket feet.H: 36 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$800-1,200

    239Federal cherry fall front deskThe upper section with moldedcornice above four graduateddrawers, the lower section withdouble false front drawer opens tofitted desk, two long drawers below,raised on bracket base.H: 69 in. W: 43 1/2 in. D: 20 in.$5,000-7,000

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    240Classical painted and giltwoodlooking glassearly 19th centuryHaving a stepped and moldedcornice, reeded pilasters enclosingan eglomise panel of a home, mirrorplate below.H: 21 1/4 in. W: 12 in.$200-300

    241Federal three-part inlaid mahoganydining tablecirca 1800With two D shaped line inlaidends with aprons inlaid withcontrasting band on square taperingline inlaid and cuffed legs, thecentral rectangular section with lineinlaid, deep leaves.H: 28 in. W: 48 in. L: 62 in (withoutleaves)$4,000-6,000

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    242Inlaid Mahogany side boardThe shaped top inlaid withflowerheads at corners and largeshell at center, vertical contrastinginlay to top edge, above anarrangement of four drawers andone door and centered, recessedshell-inlaid door, blind fret carvedposts ending in squared taperinglegs ending in spade feet, line inlaidthroughtout.H: 40 in. W: 69 1/2 in. D: 27 1/2 in.$2,000-3,000

    243Federal inlaid mahogany card tablenew england or new york, early19th centuryThe shaped top having ovolo over afrieze with figural mahogany andgeometric line inlay raised ontapering legs having line inlay.H: 29 3/4 in. W: 35 in. D: 17 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$500-700

    244Federal inlaid mahogany card tableRectangular top with ovolo corners,conforming apron with oval inlay attop of legs, square tapering inlaidlegs on casters.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$250-350

    245Federal mahogany candlestand19th centuryThe circular top with molded edgeover a turned urn form support ontripod arched legs.H: 28 in. Diam: 18 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$300-500

    246Federal inlaid mahogany butlersdesknew york, circa 1800The rectangular top with line inlayabove deep drawer inlaid with ovalsand opens to a fitted interior abovethree line inlaid drawers on shapedapron and flared feet, all drawerswith stamped brass pull withGeorge Washington.H: 45 3/8 in. W: 46 1/2 in.D: 21 1/2 in.provenance:This desk was loaned to theDiplomatic Reception Rooms of theU.S. Department of State from 1976to 1983. It was also used in TheWhite House, Red Toile Room,during the Bicentennial year.Photocopies of correspondence withClement E. Conger and theconsignor accompany desk.$5,000-7,000

    247Augustin Edouart (1789-1861)silhouette of the thomas tatnalland frances clark lea familySigned, Aug Edouart, fecit 1843Philadelphia, framed. A note onverso identifies the sitters: FrancesClark Lea, Mary Clark Lea, SallieAnne Lea (married Jos. S. Perot),Thomas Tatnall Lea, and Governess,Mary Lavarell.12 in. x 15 3/4 in. (sight)$5,000-7,000

    248Augustin Edouart (1789-1861)silhouette portrait of therobeson family of philadelphia,1843Signed, Augn Edouart fecitPhiladelphia 1843, framed.11 1/2 in. x 23 1/4 in. (sight)$5,000-7,000

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    249Kate Willard Parker (19th/20thcentury)Group of eleven large silhouettes,early 20th centuryMost signed, several with poems,two cut from gold leaf, framed.$300-500

    250Samuel Metford (British 1810-1896)silhouette of kaufman familymembers, charleston, sc. dated1838Signed, dated and inscribed,Samuel Metford, 1838 Charleston,S.C. Rose Kaufman/ Jacob/Grandma Kaufman, paper andgraphite on paper, framed.7 1/2 in. x 9 1/4 in. (sight)$800-1,200

    251Federal mahogany breakfrontsecretaire bookcaseprobably baltimore, 19th centuryTwo parts, the broken pedimentsurmounted with giltwood eagleover the dentil molded pedimentsurmounts four astral glazed doorsover base centered by fall frontwriting surface, revealing interior ofdrawers and pigeon holes, flankedby short drawers over cupboarddoors, raised on bracket feet.H: 72 W: 73 D: 19 in.$4,000-6,000

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    252American School, 19th centuryportrait of a young manWith staircase to background, oil oncanvas, in gilt frame. Accompaniedby a photograph of signature onverso before relining.29 3/4 in. x 23 3/4 in. (sight)$800-1,200

    253Federal maple Pembroke table19th centuryThe rectangular top with two Dleaves, single drawer in apron onsquare tapering legs with line inlay.H: 27 1/2 in. W: 37 in. D: 16 1/2 in.(closed)$1,000-1,500

    254Classical carved mahogany cardtablephiladelphia, circa 1825The veneered rectangular top withcanted corners opens to a playingsurface on water-leaf carvedsupport and carved platform onmolded and carved downswept legsending in brass paw feet.H: 28 1/2 in. W; 36 1/2 in. D; 18 in.$1,500-2,500

    255Federal style upholsteredmahogany sofaThe shaped back and downsweptarms on reeded and vase formsupports continuing to taperingreeded legs.H: 36 in. L: 71 1/2 in. D: 24 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$600-800

    256Federal inlaid cherrywood chest ofdrawerslate 18th/early 19th centuryThe rectangular top with inlaid edgeabove four graduated beaded edgedrawers, fluted quarter columns,flared bracket feet.H: 36 3/4 in. W: 39 1/2 in.D: 21 3/4 in.$3,000-5,000

    257Newbold Hough Trotter (1827-1898)view of j. reston thoma dairyfarm, swarthmore area,pennsylvaniaSigned, N. H. Trotter, oil on canvas,framed. Photos of inscriptions onback of canvas before reliningaccompany painting.15 1/2 in. x 23 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Solomon R. Guggenheim, New Yorkto Fanny Oppenheim Wolff, Trenton,New Jersey to Adele (Wolff) Kahnto present owner.$3,000-5,000

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    258Federal mahogany card tablephiladelphia, circa 1800The rectangular top above friezewith drawer having beaded edge,squared tapering legs.H: 29 1/2 in. W: 36 in. D: 17 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$400-600

    259Federal mahogany five drawerchestbearing printed paper label ofjohn f. dolan, new york, 1785-1805The label printed John F. DolanCabinet & Chair Warehouse No. 6Beekman St.. New York, withrectangular top with veneered edgeabove two short drawers, and threelong drawers all cockbeaded, andshaped apron and flaring bracketfeet.H: 41 in. W: 43 1/8 in. D: 20 3/4 in.$1,000-1,500

    260Federal mahogany and King ofPrussia marble mixing tablecirca 1800The demilune frame fitted withconforming marble top on squaredtapering legs.H: 33 1/4 in. W: 49 in. D: 24 1/2 in.$4,000-6,000

    261Federal mahogany birdcage tilt topcandlestand19th centuryHaving a circular dish top over aturned urn form support, archedlegs, ending in snake-head feet.H: 27 3/4 in. Diam.: 21 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$400-600

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    262Late Federal mahogany sideboardmid atlantic states, circa 1820The arched backboard and twodrawers on rectangular swell-fronted top on conforming casefitted with arrangement of fourdrawers, and four doors, allcockbeaded, on turned legs.H: 55 in. D: 26 in. W: 74 in.$800-1,200

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    263Federal inlaid mahogany tilting teatablephiladelphia, circa 1810The oval top with centered inlaideagle and bannerette, line-inlaidedge tilts on urn-form support andarched line-inlaid legs.H: 28 1/2 in/ W: 23 in. D: 16 in.$3,000-5,000

    264Federal mahogany games tableThe shaped top with molded edgeabove comforming apron withoutset ring-turned corners onreeded tapering legs ending in pegfeet.H: 28 1/4 in. W: 37 1/2 in.D: 17 3/4 in.$700-900

    265Federal cherry corner washstandearly 19th centuryHaving an arched backboard abovepierced deck and medial shelf withcenter drawer, turned legs, anddiamond shaped stretcher.H: 39 in. W: 25 in. D: 18 3/4 in.$300-400

    266Late Federal cherry fall front deskpennsylvania, early 19th centuryThe molded top opens to a fittedinterior above four graduated cockbeaded drawers, recessed panelsides, shaped apron, turned feet.H: 43 in. W: 38 1/2 in. D: 19 1/4 in.$1,000-1,500

    267Federal inlaid mahogany secretarybookcaseearly 19th centuryIn two parts, cove molded corniceabove diamond-latticed doors, thelower section with molded topabove drawer front that opens todesk, and two doors, flared bracketfeet, inlaid throughout.H: 90 in. W: 44 1/2 in.$3,000-4,000

    268Federal tiger maple work stand19th centuryHaving a square top over a singledrawer and square tapering legs.H: 27 in.$300-500

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    269Federal mahogany folding top cardtablenew england, early 19th centuryHaving an elliptic front, serpentineends over a facade with a centerrectangular inlay and crossbandingto apron over square tapering legswith cross banding to ends of legs.H: 29 in. W: 35 in. D: 17 in.$1,000-1,500

    270Federal inlaid mahogany sofaearly 19th centurySlightly arched back enclosed bysloping arms molded handholds onreeded vase turned support, inlaidblock and vase turned legs.L: 69 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$2,000-3,000

    271Federal mahogany secretary bookcaseconnecticut, circa 1820In four parts, the pedimented cornice fitted with finials and mirror above twoglazed doors enclosing shelves, tambour doors and drop lid desk with threelong drawers below, all raised on squared tapering legs.H: 98 in. W: 39 3/4 in. D: 20 /2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman, Red Bank, New Jersey, Peg and JuddGregory, Dorset, VT. Daniel Wadsworth (d.1848) of Hartford, Connecticut toWilliam B. Imlay of Hartford, Connecticut. Bought by James B. Shultas, greatgrandfather to Carrie K. Parker to Robina Haynes. Purchased from her estate.$4,000-6,000

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    273Large group of Chinese ExportPorcelain19th centuryIncluding Rose Mandarin, FamilleRose, Canton, and other patterns invarious forms, ~ 48 pieces..H: 10 in. (vase) Diam: 5 in. (platter)$2,000-3,000

    272Federal cherrywood tall case clockpennsylvania, early 19th centuryDouble scroll cresting to bonnet,star carved rosettes and urn-formfinials, arched door opening to apainted moon phase brass face withArabic numeral chapter ring,subsidiary seconds ring, scenic andfigural corners flanked by bulbousturned colunettes, shaped waistdoor with chamfered corners,corresponding chamfered corners tobase, ogee bracket feet.H: 94 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$2,000-4,000

    274Large group of Chinese ExportPorcelain Nanking pattern19th centuryIncluding six oval platters of varyingsizes, strainer, five warming dishes,twenty plates, four small plates andfifteen dinner and small plates withgilt banding.provenance:The Stevenson Easby Collection,Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia.$1,000-2,000

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    275Group of blue and white Cantonwares19th and 20th centuryComprising a large baluster formvase, a drilled ginger jar lamp, ninesmall fish shaped dishes, smallshaped tray, two attendant figures,two ginger jars, small shaped squarebowl with notched corners,rectangular covered soap dish, and arectangular covered box.Height of vase: 15 in.$1,000-1,500

    276Large group of Chinese ExportPorcelain Canton ware19th-20th centuryConsisting of six soup plates, threesaucers, a rectangular vegetabledish, circular warming plate, threebread and butter plates, squat formteapot with lid, two luncheon plates,two creamers (snout nose), smallflagon, three sauceboats, smallteapot (drum form), oval coveredvegetable dish, large tureen withboar head handles, two smallrectangular serving dishes with boarhead handles, cylindrical teapot withlid with rope handle, lighthouse formcoffeepot, three large shapedplatters, two small shaped platers,one shaped meat platter, twoshaped serving bowls, seven circularbutterpats, five diamond shapedbutterpats, two oval shallow servingbowls, and one leaf shaped dish.Largest platter: 18 1/2 in.$1,500-2,500

    277Large Chinese Export PorcelainRose Mandarin mug19th centuryOf cylindrical form having a bambooshaped handle, gilt rim, andunderglaze large centered gardenscene with seated and standingfigures framed by blue underglazefloral garland.H: 5 1/4 in. Diam.: 4 1/4 in.$200-300

    278Pair of Chinese Export RoseMandarin vases19th centuryOf baluster form, each withscalloped rim.H: 12 in.$800-1,200

    279Group of English and ExportporcelainsComprising a Chinese Export teapot,Canton basket and various cups andsaucers.L: 11 in. (basket)provenance:Property of a Main Line estate$400-600

    280Late Federal tiger maple tea standearly 19th centuryThe rectangular top over a turnedsupport on arched legs.H: 27 in. W: 22 1/2 in. D: 18 in.$500-700

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    281American School, 20th centurynew york state coat of armsOil on panel, framed, stenciled onverso, 9b Ellicott & Swan Buffalo.30 in. x 31 1/2 in.provenance:Now on the Register of NationalHistoric Places, the old Buffalo PostOffice stands at the corner of Ellicott& Swan Streets. Built in 1901$6,000-10,000

    282American School, 19th centuryA view of the battery and castlegardenOil on canvas, framed.21 1/4 in. x 26 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$4,000-6,000

    283Classical gilt wood mirrorearly 19th centuryWith stepped and molded cornicehung with spherules above mirrorplates, flanked by double columnframed, molded base.L: 37 in.$300-500

    284Classical giltwood mirrorcirca 1825The rectangular shape with a flatcrestrail over a giltwood panel withapplied rose and leaf decorationenclosed by twisted rope decorationabove a beveled mirror.H: 29 in. W: 15 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

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    285French School, 19th centuryportrait of a woman and childSigned A. Dubois, Del. oil oncanvas.36 1/4 in. x 29 in.$500-800

    286Pair of Classical inlaid mahoganyarmchairsphiladelphia, circa 1815/20Each with a back scrolled tabletcrestrail above shaped arms onsabre legs.$1,000-2,000

    287Diminutive Federal mahoganysideboadprobably new york, circa 1820Plain rectangular top above threevarisized drawers, four recessedcabinet doors, four columns withleaf carved capitals and stop flutedshafts, raised on bulbous turnedfeet, 2pcs.H. 38 1/2 in., W. 58 in., Depth 23 in.$1,000-2,000

    288Classical mahogany sofacirca 1825The molded crest rail with carvedterminals above outscrolled armswith diagonally carved fronts,molded seat rail with tablets abovescrolled feet.L: 75 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    289Thomas Sully (1783-1872)portrait of mrs john markoe, nee mehitable (hitty or hetty) coxSigned, TS and dated 1835, oil on canvas (laid on board) framed.19 in. x 16 in. (sight)provenance:Hetty Cox was born September 28, 1785 and died December 12, 1863. Shemarried John Markoe in 1804 and gave birth to eleven children. TheMarkoes were one of Philadelphias wealthiest families and leaders ofPhiladelphia society. Benjamin Latrobe designed a lavish Chestnut Streethome for the couple. A pair of portraits of the Markoes by Jacob Eichholtzare in the collection of The Library Company, Philadelphia. The lot isaccompanied by Catalogue of the Memorial Exhibition of Portraits byThomas Sully.$2,000-3,000

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    290Pair of Classical gilt eaglegirandolescirca 1830Each with two scrolled candlearmswith patinated candle cups andhung with lustres, on shapedsupport with gilt spread wing eagleson squared plinth.H: 13 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, G. SargeantAntiques, Woodbury, Connecticut$800-1,200

    291Pair of gilt bronze and cut glassdouble candlearm lustresEach with scrolled candlearms castwith Classical medallions and cutglass urn- form candlecup and drippan hung with lustres, enclosingglass and lustre -hung standard oncylindrical base with circular foot,together with a pair of brasscolumn-form candlesticks hung withlustres, with etched glass shades.H: 14 inprovenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    292Classical carved figured mahoganycandlestandpossibly by joseph barry,philadelphia, circa 1820The shaped and veneered and bandinlaid top tilts on reeded and leaf-carved urn form support downsweptleaf-carved and molded legs endingin brass paw feet, on casters.H: 30 1/2 in. W: 23 3/4 in. D: 21 in.$1,000-1,500

    293Classical carved mahogany testerbedmid-late 18th centuryThe scrolled and paneled headboardenclosed by ring turned and leafcarved baluster posts.H: 66 1/2 in. W: 61 1/2 in. (outsidemeasurements)$1,500-2,500

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    294American School, 19th centuryvirginia still life with basket offruit and birds nestOil on canvas, original frame.36 in. x 42 in. (sight)provenance:Found in Petersburg, Virginia; one ofthree related still lifes known in theRichmond, Virginia area. Estate ofJudith Stanley Coleman, Red Bank,New Jersey, James M. Kilvington,Dover, Delaware$10,000-15,000

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    295Classical and eglomise lookingglasscirca 1825Rectangular in shape with a flatcrestrail and half column frame,rosettes at corners enclosing aneglomise panel depicting a fruitbasket with floral and vinedecoration.H: 33 in. W: 18 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    296Classical mahogany sewingworkstandnew york, circa 1815The rectangular top above threedrawers on reeded drum formsupport with water leaf-carved andreeded downswept legs.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, SpencerMarks, E. Walpole, Massachusetts$800-1,200

    297Classical ebonized and gilt lookingglassearly to mid 19th centuryHaving two mirror plates enclosedby ebonized and gilt turned splitbalusters with floral corner blocks,inscribed verso, Mr. H. G.Doubleday.H: 43 in. W: 20 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    298Classical carved mahogany sofaprobably new york, circa 1825The shaped cresting carved withcorucopia enclosing eagle withoutstretched wings and shield, onoutscrolled arms faced withcornucopia, waterleaf-carved tabletat seat rail and cornucopia above,saber legs ending in paw feet.L: 88 in.provenance:Property of a Lady, Virginia, DiSilvaAntiques, New York City, Ex: RobbCollection, Buffalo New York$4,000-6,000

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    299Large Classical giltwood girandolelooking glasscirca 1820An eagle on plinth enclosed byleafage surmounted molded framefitted with spherules, leafy pendantbelow.L: 54 1/2 in. W: 32 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$4,000-6,000

    300Classical marble and gilt pier tableattributed to charles white(active 1828-1851), philadelphia,circa 1825The rectangular top with covemolded and gadrooned apron abovecolumnar posts with gilded capitalsand bases, shaped platform and pawfeet.H: 41 in. W: 39 1/2 in. D: 1/2 in.$4,000-6,000

    301Classical mahogany inlaid bonnetchestmid 19th centuryA rectangular top above cross-banding and pencil inlay above anarrangement of inlaid drawers onstraight bracket feet.H: 43 in. W: 47 1/2 in. D: 22 in.$500-700

    302American School, 19th centuryportrait of young man wearingspectaclesoil on canvas, framed.29 1/4 in. x 24 1/2 in.$300-500

    303American School 19th centuryportrait of a lady in cap andshawloil on canvas, framed.30 in. x 24 1/2 in. (sight)$300-500

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    304Classical mahogany card tableattributed anthony quervelle(active 1823-1840) philadelphiaThe rectangular top with roundedcorners on molded apron andcylidrical support on squared plinthand shaped platform, gadroonedand paw feet.H: 29 in. W: 35 3/4 in. D: 17 3/4 in.provenance:The card table is closely related toone bearing the label of Anthony G.Quervelle pictured and discussed inJohn Boor, Philadelphia EmpireFurniture, (2006) page 213.$500-700

    305Attributed to Severin Roesen (circa 1815-1872)abundant still life with fruit andglass of wineUnsigned, oil on canvas, framed.28 3/4 in. x 36 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, Christies,New York, October 8, 2004, lot 118.Property of the collection of the lateJohn R. Williams. Sotheby ParkeBernet, January 24, 1974, Lot 556.Property of Mr. and Mrs. RobertFisher, Williamsport, Pennsylvania.A letter of attribution to Roesenaccompanies lot.$10,000-15,000

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    306Two brass and marble solar tablelampscornelius & co, philad. patent april 1st 1843 Each of columnar form, one makersplate bears additional date of July4th 1849, one fluted, on marblebase, electrified.H: 13 1/2 in. and 14 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$500-700

    307Group of ten assorted glass, brassand marble table lamps19th centuryWith variously molded, blown andetched fonts, one of white opaqueglass cut to pink, on brass andmarble or colored molded glassbases, electrified.H: 8 1/4 in. - 10 1/2 in. (withoutsocket)provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$600-1,000

    308Brass double student lamplate 19th centuryWith cylindrical font, opaque glassshades.H: 29 1/2 in. W: 28 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$250-450

    309American school, 19th centuryportrait of a gentlemanOil on panel, framed.32 in. x 25 1/2 in. (sight)$800-1,200

    310Classical carved mahoganypianofortelabel of george blake cabinet &spinet pianoforte manufacturer,philadelphiaRectangular case with roundedcorners, stamped brass banding, leafcarved and vase-turned legs endingin casters.H: 35 1.2 in. W: 66 in. D: 25 1/2 in.$800-1,200

    311Oversize Staffordshire copperlustre pitcherearly to mid 19th centuryThe neck with beaded rim andmolded flowers on body moldedwith drinking figures and floralsprigs.H: 14 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, Greg K.Kramer, Robesonia, PA$1,000-2,000

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    312Five molded Staffordshire jugsengland, first half 19th centuryIncluding three molded pink lustrejugs, one decorated with huntingscene; another with angel withbanner incised, and on earthPeace, on one side and dove witholive branch on another; a third jugwith putti, grapevines and goat;together with a Prattware moldedjug and a canary yellow molded jugwith silver lustre banding.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

    313Late Classical painted anddecorated center tablecirca 1835Painted black and decorated inmetallic shades, the circular topdecorated with spray of fruit andflowers on apron decorated withflowering vine, baluster and ringturned support and shapedplatform, scrolled feet decoratedwith leaves and pinstriping.H: 28 1/2 in. Diam: 35 5/8 in.$800-1,200

    314Late Classical mahogany secretarybookcaseattributed to john needles,baltimore, circa 1835Cove molded cornice above twomirrored doors opening to shelvesand ogee molded drawer, drop frontdesk fitted with figured mapleinterior above two doors, allsectioned flanked by scrolledpilasters, scrolled feet.H: 99 in. W: 48 3/4 in. D: 22 1/2 in.provenance:Burlington County Historical Society$5,000-8,000

    315Woolworked samplerdeborah c.d. knabbs work 1846,A floral border enclosing spray offlowers, inscription and basket offlowers, worked with polychromewool yarns on a linen ground,framed.18 in. x 18 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$300-500

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    316Fine appliqued and pieced cotton presentation quiltprobably made by rachel a. allen, new egypt, new jersey, dated july 19, 1844Comprised of cut-out flowers, birds, and floral sprays of roller-printedimported furnishing fabric and pieced squares of leaves and compasses inprinted cottons, within three sided scalloped printed cotton border, thesquares bearing signatures of men and women from the Shinn, Emley,Oliphant, Brick, Borden, Waln, Biddle, Morrell, Allen, Jobes, and Newboldfamilies, from Pleasant Hill, Camden, Manahawken, New Egypt, New Jersey,Philadelphia, and New York.97 1/2 in. x 103 in.provenance:Descended in the Waln family of Philadelphia and New Jersey to the presentowner. Many of the prominent and affluent families represented on the quiltwere connected by marriage. Most were Quaker. Album quilts became verypopular in the 1840s. The use of imported chinz appliques was especiallyfashionable in the mid Atlantic states. This quilt is related to a well knownquilt in the collection of the Museum of American Folk Art believed to havebeen worked by Sarah Morrell. Her name also appears on this quilt. Thequilts share similarily worked diamond enclosed appliqued squares andsome signatures. The Morrell quilt is illustrated in Elizabeth WarrensQuilts: Masterworks from the American Folk Art Museum (2010).$4,000-6,000

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    317Mahogany empire mahoganycenter tablecirca 1830The circular top on squared taperingsupport, shaped platform and hairy,paw feet.H: 29 in. Diam: 38 in.$400-600

    318Empire tiger maple washstandcirca 1840Having a scrolled back splash withshaped sides over a lower shelf withdrawer and wooden circular pull,scrolled front feet and straight backlegs.H: 35 1/2 in. W: 20 in. D: 20 in.$400-600

    319Pair of Classical giltwood wallsconcescirca 1820Each with a floral molded edge backplate and and a urn form center withlarge acorn drop surmounted by a ademilune shelf having acorndecoration.H: 12 1/4 in.$600-800

    321Beechwood and oak standing rushlight holder18th century and laterThe turned standard on x form base.H: 38 in.$300-500

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    320Group of blue and whiteStaffordshire itemsthe rowland marsellus co. andothers, 19th and 20th centuryIncluding a flow blue octagonalcovered tureen with stand, andtransfer-printed footbath patternedwith an exotic scene, and twotransfer-printed souvenir plates,Souvenir of Brooklyn, N. Y. and100th Anniversary of NorristownPA 1812-1912.Diam: 10 in. (plates)$400-600

    322Attributed to Henry Ary (1807-1859)autumn twilight, mount merinoand south bay, hudson, new york,Oil on canvas, original frame withlabel of Goupil, New York.26 in. x 36 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, Theron Ware,Works of Art, Hudson, NY$10,000-15,000

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    323Anglo-American School, 19th centuryportrait of a gentlemanOil on canvas, framed.35 x 26.5provenance:Property of a Virginian$1,000-1,500

    324Late Classical mahogany wardrobephiladelphia, circa 1825With gadrooned cove moldedcornice, above two paneled andvalanced doors, flanked by taperingcolumnar pilasters, the sides fittedwith doors, on leaf and paw carvedfeet.H:89 1/2 in. W: 61 1/2 in. D: 25 in.provenance:Property of a Philadelphia collector$2,500-3,500

    325Rosewood sofa tabledrawer with partial label ofalexander roux (1813-1886), new yorkThe molded rectangular top withrectangular canted corner leavesabove frieze with two drawers,baluster and block turned legs.H: 29 in. D: 26 in. W: 52 1/2 in.(open)$800-1,200

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    326Late Classical figured mahoganysecretary bookcasebearing label of anthony g.quervelle (1789-1856) philadelphiaIn two parts, the upper section withleaf-carved finials enclosed paneledarch above two glazed doorsopening to shelves flanked bypilasters of bulbous ring turned formhaving ionic capitals; the lowersection with bolection drawer fittedwith writing surface andcompartments, with double doorsflanked by conforming pilastersbelow, reeded shaped feet.H: 77 1/2 in. W: 41 in. D: 24 in.provenance:Property of a Philadelphia collector$15,000-25,000

    328Bell jar with shellworked basketlate half 19th centuryH: 15 1/2 in.provenance:Descended in the Garrett-Sheridanfamily of Delaware County,Chestnut Hill and Germantown,Pennsylvania$300-500

    329Carved Gothic revival hall chaircirca 1845Crocket finials on paneled stilesenclosing arched, carved backrest,shaped panels to seat rail and legs,on casters.$400-600

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    327William Henry Rinehart (1825-1874)marble bust of a neo-classicalladyIncised, Rhinehart 1874,H: 27 in.$3,000-5,000

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    330Parian bust of President James A.Garfield (1831-1881)impressed james wilson london,late 19th centuryH: 12 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$200-250

    331Herbert Clark Jr. (1877-1920)bronze bust of young womanHollow cast; incised on back,HERBERT W. CLARK, JR SC NEWYORK 1909.H: 18 1/2 in.$1,000-1,500

    332American School 19th centuryportrait of a young philadelphiagentlemanOil on canvas, framed.27 3/4 in. x 23 3/4 in. (sight)provenance:Descended in the Hopkinson family$400-600

    333Late Classical giltwood lookingglasscirca 1830Corner leafy scrolls and quarterround frame encloses split balusterinner frame with molded and raisedpanel showing a horse and rider.L: 41 1/2 in. W: 23 in.$300-500

    334Pair of Renaissance Revival carvedwalnut hunt plaquessecond half 19th centuryEach of oval form with feather -carved arched cresting, hung withbunches of fruit, the first with fowl,the second with fish.L: 45 in. W: 32 in.$800-1,200

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    335Suite of Modern Gothic walnutupholstered chairs and sofaschool of daniel pabst,philadelphia, circa 1875Comprised of settee two arm chairsand four side chairs, with floralcarved relief panels, ring-turnedposts, arm supports with incisedflower and vine arm fronts, all onvase form legs on casters.settee L: 65 in.$6,000-8,000

    336Modern Gothic ebonized andincised arm chairphiladelphia, circa 1875The shaped and incised finials onturned stiles enclose pierced crestrail, pierced arm sides, turnedoutscrolled arms, reeded seat rail,turned feet on casters, upholsteryprobably original.$500-800

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    337Large corner cupboardpossibly daniel pabst possibly forfrank furness, circa 1875Having a molded, carved andgraduated cornice with scallop, ring-turned and flower-carved decorationover two glass doors on a plinth.H: 92 in. W: 63 in. D: 26 in.provenance:By oral tradition, this cornercupboard was purchased from theRosenbach estate.$3,000-5,000

    338Modern Gothic mahogany hangingwall shelflate 19th centuryHaving a rectangular gallery abovetwo carved medallion doors overthree small drawers on moldedbase.H: 32 1/2 in. W: 30 in. D: 8 in.$400-600

    339Two Renaissance Revival sidechairscirca 1875provenance:Estate of a Philadelphia Lady$400-600

    341Late Classical mahogany, eglomiseand tinsel mirrorThe painted and canted mahoganyframe encloses reverse-paintedpanel of basket of fruit backed withfoil, above mirror plate.L 39 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

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    340Marble mantel surroundlate 19th centuryHaving incised decoration offlowers.H: 46 1/2 in. W: 54 1/2 in.$300-500

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    342Group of four reverse-paintedtinsel pictures19th/20th centuryIncluding a pair, with black groundand arrangement of flowers in urn,the third, with white backgroundand arrangement of flowers in urn,and the fourth, with blackbackground with floral spray, blueivy border and the name May, allframed.the pair: 23 in. x 16 3/4 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    343Continental School, 19th/20th centurypair of still lifes of flowers inurnsReverse-painted on glass, each withNeo-Classical gilt border enclosingurn with bouquet of flowers and abutterfly, framed.20 in. x 15 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    344Thomas Birch (1779-1851)seaside with woman and childSigned and dated, T. Birch, 1841and inscribed on verso, oil oncanvas.14 in. x 20 in.$2,500-3,500

    345Small walnut cupboardcirca 1835Cove molded cornice above twodoors with recessed scallopedpanels opening to shelves onmolded base.H: 19 1/2 in. W: 16 1/2 in.D: 6 1/8 in.$800-1,200

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    346Two hooked rugslate 19th/early 20th centuryEach of rectangular form, the firstwith eagle and American shieldwithin a oakleaf border, the secondwith an eaglette within a scrolledreserve, both worked withpolychrome wool and cotton.31 in. x 63 in. and 29 1/2 x 52 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$600-1,000

    347Three hooked rugs19th/20th centuryThe first of oblong form depicting arecumbent dog within a floral vineborder, probably an Edward Frostpattern, the second, of rectangularform with scrolled devices on avarigated red ground, the third,rectangular form with overallgeometric pattern.30 in. x 57 in.; 30 in. x 51 in. and25 1/2 in. x 49 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    348American School, late 19th/early20th centurywaterfall in forest withmountain viewOil on canvas in gilt frame.21 1/2 x 9 1/2 in. (sight)$200-400

    349Painted and decorated wash standmaine, circa 1835Original ochre paint with blackpinstriping, the shaped back boardand sloping sides above turned legsand media shelf with drawer below,tapering feet.H: 34 3/4 in.$300-500

    350Grain painted kashudson valley, circa 1830The molded cornice above twodoors opening to shelves.H: 76 in. W: 59 1/2 in. D: 19 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey Theron Ware,Works of Art, Hudson, New York$3,000-5,000

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    351Painted and paneled doorelysburg, pa, circa 1880The exterior side with four deeplyand elaborately molded and shapedpanels, the reverse interior side withfour raised panels.80 in. x 31 1/2 in.provenance:Property of a Philadelphia Collector$800-1,200

    352Painted cast iron pigeon mill weightCast Official emblem G. O.F.P.O.P.H: 12 in$300-500

    353Six wrought iron rush and candleholders18th to 20th centuryof various form, five on archedtripod base, one with ring foot.19in. to 22 1/2 in.provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$800-1,200

    354Iron candle snuffer and tray19th centuryThe octagonal form extends toscrolled arm at end holding snuffer.L: 6 in.provenance:Property of a Philadelphia Collector$300-500

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    355Patriotic hooked rugOf rectangular form centering eagleclutching thistle and floral branches,within a striped border, worked inpolychrome on burlap ground.44 in. x 63 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    356Three floor clothscirca 2000The first a runner painted witheagles, unicorns, flowers, stars andpigs, with the initials,JSC, thesecond with overall diamondpattern, the third with flowerheadswithin circles and grid.39 1/4 in. x 88 in.; 32 3/4 in. x44 1/2 in. and 30 1/2 in. x 45 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

    357Painted Quaker meeting bench19th centuryThe staight crest rail and back restenclosed by shaped ends.L: 147 in.$1,000-1,500

    358Three carved and painted decoysmid atlantic and canada, early20th centuryIncluding a Delaware Mallard hen, ANew Jersey Black Duck and anOntario Red Head.$800-1,200

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    360Embroidered and appliqued quiltsigned, margaret m. allisherballygawley, irelandWorked with crewell embroideryand appliqued chinz patches, a vaseof flowers enclosed by floweringvine borders.80 in. x 83 in.$600-800

    361Painted and decorated comb-backWindsor armchairphiladelphia, late 18th centuryThe serpentine cresting withreshaped ears, above back rest andcarved hand holds on vasiformsupports, saddle seat on vase andcylinder turned legs, painted brownand decorated with polychromeflowers and pinstriping.$2,000-3,000

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    362Painted and decorated dower chestpossibly northhampton county, padated 1798The hinged lid decorated withcompass stars opens to well withtill, the case decorated with circularreserve inscribed Elizabeth Kniss1798 ... flanked by floralarrangements in urns, above twodrawers, each decorated withlandscapes and urn with flowers ona white background, dot filled circlesornament lower case, bracket feetand pendant, the sides decoratedwith s shaped devices.H: 26 1/2 in. W: 49 1/2 in.D: 22 3/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey This chest isillustrated in John Joseph Stoudt,Pennsylvania Folk -Art: AnInterpretation,(1948) p. 259, withthe note This chest was exhibted inthe Pennsylvania Building at theSesqui-Centennial in Philadelphia,1926, where this photograph wastaken.$8,000-12,000

    363Fan back Windsor side chairnew england, last quarter 18thcenturyThe shaped serpentine crestrail,carved with four petal device at ear,saddle seat.provenance:According to tradition this chair wasowned by First Surgeon General ofthe Continental Army, Dr. BenjaminChurch (1734-1778) of Boston.$1,000-2,000

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    364Grain painted and decorated dowerchest with drawerscentre county, pa, circa 1820The lift lid opens to well with till, thecase decorated in yellow, black, andwhite with heart, vine and pinwheelsabove three drawers and bracketfeet.H: 30 in. W: 50 in. D: 22 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$4,000-6,000

    365Green-painted sack back armchairphiladelphia, late 18th centuryWith baluster turned hand hold onovoid seat and baluster and taperingcylindrical legs.$400-600

    366Four Windsor chairslate 18th to early 19th centuryIncluding a fan back with scrolledears, shield form seat and turnedlegs, a bamboo-turned bird cageWindsor, a sack back Windsorarmchair with oval seat and turnedlegs, and a hoop back Windsor withshield form seat and bamboo-turnings.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$1,000-1,500

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    367Arrowback windsor highchair andpainted rocking chairpennsylvania, 19th centuryThe highchair with splayed bamboo-turned legs, the rocker paintedumbre with polychrome roses andblack highlights.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$400-800

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    368Group of wood and iron householditems19th & 20th centuryConsisting of a stained pine hingedslant front spice box enclosing twocompartments over two smalldrawers with wood pulls on moldedbase; rectangular stained pinecutlery tray having twocompartments, centered divider, andpierced handle, the interior bottomstamped with a circle and squarepattern and the outside with a largercircle in square and beadeddecoration; metal moldedstrawberry mold; an iron handle andbrass strainer, a large iron fork, andblack iron street sign, Chesnut.H: 9 1/4 in. W: 12 in. (spice box);L: 11 3/4 in. (cutlery tray);L: 19 1/2 in. (strainer); L: 30 in.(sign)provenance:Chesnut sign from the ErwinHarrison & Whitney Tea Importslocated on Front and Chestnutstreets, Philadelphia. Descended inthe family.$400-600

    369Carved burl bowlOf naturalistic oval form.H: 7 in. L: 13 in. W: 11in.$400-600

    370Grain painted and stenciledWindsor benchcirca 1830The scrolled arms enclose straightcrest rail and back rest onrectangular frame seat, raised onsaber legs, the seat is hinged, foldsout to form bed, rose wood grainpainted and decorated with giltstenciled Neo Classical devices.L: 79 in.$600-800

    371Braided rag rug19th/20th centuryWith flower head center, enclosedby circles and scalloped border,worked with polychrome fabrics.11 ft. 4 in. x 9 ft. 1 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$500-800

    372Large rag rug20th centuryOf oval form worked withpolychrome fabric.13 ft. 7 in. x 9 ft. 4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

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    373Amish quiltlancaster, pa dated 1933Initialed L.S., variously coloredpatches worked in a Sunshine andShadow pattern, overall diamond,the border with basket of flowersquilting.72 in. x 13 1/2 in.$800-1,200

    374Set of six stepdown Windsorsidechairsbranded, r.m.wendell chair andcase maker, woodstock, vtAll bear makers mark.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, GraftonGathering Place Antiques, Vermont.Found in Hopkinton, NewHampshire.$800-1,200

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    375American School, 20th centurydelaware water gap withdelaware railroadSigned and dated, E. Mills, 1916, oilon canvas, framed.24 in. x 35 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$3,000-5,000

    376Cherry Windsor tablecirca 1780Having a circular top above threeturned legs joined by a stretcher.H: 20 1/2 in. Diam.: 16 1.2 in.$400-600

    377Copper coffee potattributed to benjamin harbeson,philadelphia, late 18th centuryThe slightly domed top with brassfinial on flaring body and gooseneckspout, with turned wooden handle.H: 10 in.provenance:The copper coffee pot relates closelyto one made and marked byBenjamin Harbeson in Philadelphiabetween 1765 and 1800. Themarked example is pictured anddiscussed in the PhiladelphiaInquirer, June 26, 1977, page 16-G,and in The Magazine Antiques,August 1978, page 280. TheInquirer article notes it sold to thePMA for $14,000.00.$250-350

    378Group of copper, brass and bronzeitems18th and 19th centuryIncluding a small cast brass bucket,a bronze spoon mold, a copper andbrass coal busket with theinscription H. W. 1778, a woodhandled copper and brass pipkin,and a repousse copper basket.H: 12 in.provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$300-500

    379Pewter warming potThe rim engraved with two birdsflanking urn with flowers and aneagle with shield and banneretteengraved E Pluribus Unum, turnedhandle.L: 25 1/4 in.$300-500

    380American School, 19th centurylandscape with river andmountainOil on canvas and bears label on giltframe, Sold By Frost & Adams nos.33 and 35 Cornhill Boston.9 x 13 in.$300-500

    381Anglo-American School, 19th centurychild in tartan in gardenoil on canvas, framed.16 1/2 in. x 12 1/2 in. (sight)$400-600

    382Painted Cricket tablelate 18th centuryThe scrubbed circular top on red-painted molded legs joined bymedial shelf.H: 26 1/2 in. Diam: 33 in$300-400

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    383J.H. Morris (20th Century)battle at turner falls, mass.,Signed and dated John HoenigMorris 6/20/60, depicting 1676battle between colonists andIndians. Signed in verso, CaptainTurner Battle-Turners Falls, Mass,oil on canvas mounted on board,framed.22 in. x 28 in.$200-300

    384Tobacconist shop carvingfrance, late 18th centuryCarved with the head of GeorgeWashington above variety of leafand floral forms, and scrolledtabocco-leaf form base.L: 21 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    385Pair of gilded cast iron eagle withoutstretched wingsEach eagle on rocky plith andshaped base.H: 28 in. W: 33 1/2 in. D: 15 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$1,000-1,500

    386Two George Washingtoncommemorative textilesamerican, mid third quarter 19thcenturyThe first, a length of roller printedcotton with portrait of Washingtonunder crossed flags enclosed byfloral sprays, the second, printedwith Washington standing by hishorse within a star-filled ovalreserve, enlcosed by shields andstripes, both framed.30 1/2 in. x 25 in. and 28 in. x17 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, Jeff R.Bridgman, Dillsburg, PA$1,500-2,500

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    387Pair of painted bronze GeorgeWashington andironsTogether with a pair of painted castiron Hessian andirons, Washingtonpair without dogs.H: 20 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    388Painted sheet metal LibertyBonds shieldcirca 191818 in. x 17 1/2 in.$500-800

    389Painted cast iron standing figure ofGeorge Washingtonearly 20th centuryIn refreshed polychrome paint.H: 36 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    390Painted rocker together with ablack painted corner chairThe yellow painted rocker with ashaped and fruit and leaf paintedcrestrail together with a ebonizedcorner chair having flat continuousarms terminating in round grips,raised crestrail, and woven rush seatand box stretcher.H: 36 in. (rocker), H: 28 3/4 in.(corner chair)$300-500

    391Leather covered trunk19th centuryThe domed top ornamented withbrass tacks and the initials E.Wholds plaster molds made formaking wax fruit.L: 24 in.provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner.The trunk may have belonged toElizabeth Waln (1767-1837)$250-350

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    392Group of utilitarian householditems19th centuryIncluding two splint baskets, ablown glass pale green bowl, ablown glass ink bottle, a moldedStaffordshire pitcher, a boxed goldscale with the printed paper label ofSamuel Grey, Philadelphia and eightglass horse bridle ornaments witheagle and American Flag convertedto cloak pins.provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$300-500

    393George Washingtoncommemorative printed cottontextilecirca 1876An oval star-filled reserve withWashington and horse enclosed byAmerican shields and red and whitestripes, framed.17 1/2 in. x 24 in.$800-1,200

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    394Pair of gilded Classical style wallbrackets20th centuryEach with a shaped top hung withacorn shaped pendants above figureof an eagle with outstretched wings,shaped base with pineapple-formterminal.L: 12 in. W: 14 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

    395Stained pine corner cupboard19th centuryHaving a molded cornice above atwelve lite door and two recessedpanel doors over a shaped apronand squat bracket feet.H: 78 in. W: 44 in. D: 22 in.$1,000-1,500

    396Federal corner cupboardpennsylvania, circa 1800The molded cornice above a singleglazed door opening to shelves, withtwo paneled doors below on bracketbase.H: 85 in. W: 43 in. D: 19 3/4 in.provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$1,500-2,500

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    397Three Staffordshire Gaudy DutchUrn pattern tablewaresearly 19th centuryConsisting of a a covered teapot oftapering globular form with Cshaped handle together with acreamer and cake plate.H: 7 1/2 in.(teapot)Diam: 8 1/4 in.(plate)H: 5 1/2 in.(creamer)provenance:The Wharton Sinkler Estate$1,000-1,500

    398Staffordshire Gaudy Dutch Dovepattern itemsearly 19th centuryComprising a deep dish and a cupand saucer.Diam: 8 5/8 in. (deep dish)provenance:The Wharton Sinkler Estate$500-700

    399Staffordshire Gaudy Dutch SingleRose pattern tablewaresearly 19th centuryIncluding a cup and saucer and acreamer.H: 4 3/4 in. (creamer)provenance:The Wharton Sinkler Estate$300-500

    400Staffordshire Gaudy Dutch WarBonnet pattern cup and saucerearly 19th centuryTogether with a Staffordshire GaudyDutch Carnation pattern cup andsaucer.Diam: 3 3/4 in. (cup)provenance:The Wharton Sinkler Estate$300-500

    401Group of Staffordshire GaudyDutch itemsearly 19th centuryIncluding Sunflower pattern ovaldeep dish, a Double Rose deepdish; and a Grape pattern saucer.Diam: 8 1/2 in. (sunflower);7 3/4 in. (double rose); 5 1/4 in.(grape)provenance:The Wharton Sinkler Estate$400-600

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    404Queen Anne walnut tavern table18th centuryThe rectangular top above twodrawers and ringed cabriole legsending in pad feet.H: 29 in. W: 47 1/4 in. D: 25 5/8 in.$1,500-2,500

    405American School, 19th centurycountry landscape withmilwaukee & st. paul trainOil on canvas,.15 1/4 in. x 25 in.$3,000-5,000

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    402Partial service of StaffordshireIronstonehicks, meigh, & johnson (1822-1835)Comprising a gilt decoratedhexagonal soup tureen with adomed lid, floral finial and a shapededge, a small oval platter, one dinnerplate, two luncheon plates, two soupdishes, and and one waste bowl allwith blue white, yellow, and orangebird and floral decoration.H: 8 3/4 in. Diam: 10 1/2 in.(tureen); L: 10 3/4 in. (small platter)$500-700

    403Carved and painted bird treeearly 20th centuryBranch with painted metal leavesand red-spotted and yellow neckedblackbirds on a x form base.H: 39 in.$2,000-3,000

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    406Federal walnut step back cupboardpennsylvania, circa 1815In two parts, the upper section witha cove molded cornice above twoglazed doors enclosing a paintedinterior, the lower section with threedrawers and two recessed paneldoors, turned feet.H: 85 1/2 in. W: 64 in. D: 22 1/2 in.$3,000-5,000

    407Group of Staffordshire GaudyWelsh tablewaresmid 19th centuryIncluding a bowl, teacup and saucer,creamer with a C scroll handle allwith pink lustre band; pink lustreleaf decorated sauce boat with asquare C handle together with ateacup and saucer with strawberrydecoration and a floral decoratedcreamer with a square C handletogether with a blue and white leafand floral decorated serving bowl,two bread plates, tea bowl and aWagon Wheel luncheon plate.Diam: 6 1/4 in. (waste bowl)$200-400

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    408Group of Spatterware19th centuryComprising a square green and red, floral and leaf decorated twin handledcovered butter dish with figural finial marked Auld Heather Ware Scotland;chowder cup and underplate, two creamers, a luncheon plate with redsponge band enclosing a tulip, together with a floral band decorated plateenclosing a floral sprig and a floral and leaf decorated childs cup.Diam: 6 in. (chowder cup) Diam: 8 1/4 in. (luncheon plate)$400-600

    409Group of Staffordshire Gaudy Welsh tablewaresmid 19th centuryComprising a paneled and footed water pitcher and two paneled and footedmilk pitchers all with C scroll handles; two paneled and footed milkpitchers with caterpillar or snake handle; three paneled and footed creamerswith C scroll handles; a waste bowl, large octagonal platter with leaf andvine decoration, plate with strawberry decoration, four cup and saucers; anda footed creamer with tulip decoration. Most of typical palette; variouspatterns.L: 17 in. (platter); H: 9 in. (pitcher); Diam: 10 in. (plate)$200-400

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    410Pair of dark blue painted Williamand Mary side chairsnew england, 18th centuryThe carved yoked crestrail above asolid vasiform splat, rush seat, vase,block and ring turned legs onSpanish feet.$400-600

    411William and Mary arm chair18th/19th centuryYoked cresting above solid urn formsplat, slightly scrolling arms, rushseat, vase, block and ball turned legsending in Spanish feet, joined bybulbous turned front stretcher.$300-500

    412Queen Anne maple tavern tablenew england, 18th centuryWith shaped top on splayed turnedlegs ending in pad feet.H: 27 in. W: 29 3/4 in. D: 25 in.$1,200-1,500

    413Scrub top painted tavern tablenew england, late 18th centuryThe rectangular top with breadboard ends on scalloped apron andturned splayed legs ending in buttonfeet.H: 26 1/2 in. W; 36 in. D; 23 in.$2,000-3,000

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    414Pine bucket benchpennsylvania, 19th centuryShaped end boards enclose threeshelves.H: 47 in. W: 42 in. D: 16 1/2 in.$800-1,200

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    415Cobalt decorated stonewarepitcher and crockpennsylvania, 19th centuryThe pitcher with tall incised neckdecorated with tulips and leafage,the crock with incised neckdecorated with leafage.H: 9 in.provenance:Estate of a Philadelphia Lady$800-1,200

    416Six piece group of cobalt decoratedstoneware and redwarepennsylvania and continentalIncluding a stoneware pitcherdecorated with flowers and leafage,a three gallon churn, a small jar, anda two-handled jar, together with abrown-glazed redware pitcher and asmall brown glazed redware jug.H: 15 in. (churn)provenance:Estate of a Wyndmoor Gentleman$600-800

    417Pair of chalkware poodles19th centuryStanding on a rectangular base.H: 7 1/2 inprovenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$200-400

    418Pair of painted chalkware doves19th centuryEach perched on mound with cherrybranch.H: 10 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey, Greg. K.Kramer & Co., Robesonia, PA$600-800

    419Pair of painted chalkwarerecumbent lions19th centuryH: 10 in. L: 10 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$600-800

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    420Figure of a painted chalkware sailorincised date, 1857The base incised, Paris Salan (?)Madre 1857, a paper label onunderside inscribed in pencil, JohnWhiting.H: 14 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    421Pair of painted chalkware dogs19th/20th centuryIn the form of a seated pug.H: 6 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$250-350

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    422Pair of painted chalkware figures ofrecumbent stagspennsylvania, 19th centuryH: 10 in. W: 8 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    423American School, 20th centuryportrait of a lionSigned, watercolor and ink on paper.19 1/2 in. x 28 1/2 in. (sight)$250-350

    424Painted bannister back rush seatedarmchairThe turned finials and posts encloseshaped cresting and bannisters, legsjoined by vase-turned stretchers.$400-600Illustration p. 100

    425Walnut chest of drawerssouthern states, 19th centuryThe rectangular top with notchedcorners above three long moldeddrawers and a shaped aproncentered by a shell, raised oncabriole legs.H: 43 in. W: 45 1/2 in. D: 22 1/2 in.$400-600

    426David Ellinger (1913-2003)a country auctionSigned, D Ellinger, oil on panel,paint-decorated frame.21 1/4 in. x 26 in. (sight)$5,000-7,000

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    427David Ellinger (1913-2003)a theorem: still life with bowl offruit and birdSigned, D.Y. Ellinger, oil on velvet,painted and decorated frame.13 3/4 x 17 in. (sight)$1,000-1,500

    428Six Staffordshire sponge-decoratedsoup platessecond half 19th centuryEach decorated with greenflowerheads at rim, red leafs tointerior sides, and blue floral vine atfloor.Diam: 10 in.provenance:Property of a Philadelphia Collector$300-500Illustration p. 48

    429American School, 19th century,after Thomas Cole (1801-1848)voyage of life: youthCharcoal and white chalk onsandpaper, framed.17 1/2 in. x 24 1/2 in. (sight)provenance:Property of a Philadelphia collector$800-1,200

    430American School, 19th centurythree caligraphic worksIncluding a bird in flight with abanner inscribed, Lucia H. Shawdated 1879, the second with a birdand bannerette, entitled QuillDriver dated April 5, 1873, andthe third, with an American eagleover a poem entitled, Education,Education., in blue and brown ink,all framed.4 in. x 6 1/4 in. to 13 1/4 in. x14 5/8 in.provenance:Property of a Philadelphia Collector$400-600

    432Macerated currency camelphiladelphia, circa 1898Bears handwritten note onunderside, Made of U.S. NationalGreenbacks redeemed andmacerated at the U.S. Treasury.Estimates at $5000. Xmas 1898,comps. Ths Ridgway, M.D.L: 3 in.provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$300-400

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    431Group of toys and householdarticles19th centuryIncluding a carved and paintedwinding toy with caged bird and cat,a penny wooden doll, a framed woolpetit point with handwritten note onverso, Found at Walnford, apainted and decorated tin sander, atin cookie cutter, a two-part woodenmold carved with double eagle, anda painted and decorated childsarrowback rocking chair.provenance:Descended in the Waln family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$500-800

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    433Group of eight Staffordshirechildrens platesmid 19th centuryEach transfer-printed with adifferent scene, including Arrival ofGeneral McClellan and heightenedin polychrome, the rims moldedwith alphabet.Largest plate diam: 6 1/4 in.$300-500

    434Group of assorted childrensStaffordshire and tableware items19th/early 20th centuryIncluding a partial service of bluetransfer-printed Staffordshire withcovered tureen and stand, threeplatters, open vegetable servingdish, gravy boat and stand, threesoup plates and a small plate; threebone handled knives and forks; apressed glass and pewter cruetstand; and a tea service decoratedwith red stamp and blue stripingincluding a teapot, covered sugar,creamer and waste bowl, sixsaucers, six plates and six cups.provenance:Descended in the Waln Family ofPhiladelphia and New Jersey to thepresent owner$300-500

    435Miniature cherrywood dining table19th centuryThe rectangular top with moldededge, on tapering faceted legsending in turned feet, one leaf.H: 7 1/2 in. D: 16 5/8 in. (with leaf)W: 11 1/4 in.$400-600

    436Painted and carved patriotic chest20th centuryThe rectangular lift lid carved withAmerican flag above case carvedwith George Washington andflanked by two red, white and bluepainted pilasters, cylindrical feet.H: 13 1/2 in. W: 21 1/2 in.D: 11 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$600-800

    437Walnut miniature lift-lid chestmid 18th centuryThe molded rectangular top with aconforming case and a single longdrawer on a shaped foot.H: 16 in. W: 21 3/4 in. D: 11 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    438Miniature Federal stained chestA molded, rectangular top abovetwo drawers, shaped apron and ringturned, tapering legs.H: 17 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$250-350

    439Federal applewood childs chestcirca 1815Rectangular top above fourcockbeaded drawers on.$1,500-2,000

    440Miniature grain painted chestA shaped back rest over arectangular top above two drawers,shaped apron and bracket feet.H: 12 3.4 in. W: 15 1/4 in.$200-400

    441Carved and painted childs cradle20th centuryHead board carved with Christmastree and toy animals, the sides withleaves, flowers and Joan, thefootboard with abstract devices,flowers and a bird, painted inpolychrome.H: 12 in. L: 22 in.$800-1,200

    442Childs painted and decoratedWindsor chairpennsylvania or new jersey,circa 1840The crestrail continuing to armssupported by six turned spindles,the seat fitted as a stool chair,splayed legs, painted dark green anddecorated with polychrome flowersand pinstriping.H: 19 in.$400-600

    443Blue stained blanket chest19th centuryThe rectangular top with moldededge above case fitted with twodrawers, molded base and ball feet.H: 26 1/4 in. W: 49 in. D: 20 in.$400-600

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    444Needlework samplerlouisa susannah foering, may 19, 1830A rose border encloses spot devicesand bird bath, pious verse workedwith silk threads on a linen ground,framed.26 3/8 in. x 21 in. (sight)provenance:Burlington County Historical Society$1,000-1,500

    445Two needlework samplerssusanna rex and elizabeth rex,1811 and 1829The first with rows of alphabet,inscription, Susanna Rex Her work1811, above a panel with trees,flowers, dog and potted plant, thesecond, with strawberry bordersenclosing alphabet and inscription, Elizabeth Rex the 1st May 1829 aged10 years...., silk threads on linen,unframed, together with a framedprinted profile portrait of Quakeress,printed in Philadelphia.provenance:Burlington County Historical Society$350-450

    446Needlework samplerolivia gardiner, 1805The strawberry border enclosesalphabet, pious verse, potted flowersand inscription, worked with silkthreads on a linen ground, framed.16 3/4 in. x 14 5/8 in (sight)provenance:Burlington County Historical Society$300-500

    447Six tiger maple six chairscirca 1825Two chairs having a straight crestrailand horizontal splat and four havinga shaped horizontal splat, all over arush seat above ring turnedcylindrical legs, box stretcher,ending in front peg feet.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$600-800

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    448Frederic Sackrider Remington(1861-1909)stampedeHollow recast bronze sculpture of acowboy surrounded by steer on fauxmarble base, engraved FredericRemington.H: 23 in. L: 41 1/2 in.$1,500-2,500

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    449Pre-Columbian Olmec cream clayfigurecentral mexico, possibly lateformative periodThe figure sits in a playful pose withone hand raised; with a piercednavel and ears.L: 12 in.$1,500-2,500

    450Southwest woven coiled basketrybowlearly 20th centuryOf tapering form, with geometricdesign.H: 6 in. Diam: 11 1/2 in.$400-600

    451Pair of beaded moccasinsnorthern plains indians, early 20th centuryWhite with red, black and pinkchevrons.L: 8 1/4 in.$600-800

    452Sioux beaded handbagcirca 1900The white field with stepped devicesenclosed by a blue border.$400-600

    453Two catlinite daggersprobably dakotas or minnesota,early 20th centuryL: 10 1/4 in.$300-500

    454Group of Inuit made itemsnorthwestern united states,Including seal skin model kayak,incised and colored bone spoon andfork, two folding picks, one in theshape of a fish, two ivory fishshaped gaming items and an arm-shaped bodkin.L: 17 in.$500-700

    455Art and Crafts woven indian styletrayearly 20th centuryOval form woven with figures ofmen.L: 12 1/2 in.$150-250

    456American School 19th centuryminiature painting of an indianOil on celluloid, framed.2 5/8 x 2 1/2 in. (sight)$800-1,200

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    457Inuit carved walrus ivory boxOf oval form, the lid with seal formknop, on box decorated with bowhunter and bear, walrus, and.H: 3 in.$400-600

    458Inuit carved and incised ivorycribbage boardearly 20th centuryDecorated with fish, seal hintngscenes, a Caribou sl, birds, seals onan ice flow, bear and fox.L: 14 in.$1,000-1,500

    459Inuit carved ivory cribbage boardearly 20th centuryIn the form of seal.L : 13 1/2 in.$800-1,000

    460Scrimshaw whales toothdated 1809Decorated with ship at sea,American flag, crowns, the letterW, compass-drawn circlesenclosing flowerheads, a floral bandand a hole drilled at end.L: 4 1/2 in.$500-700

    461Lonnie Vigil (b. 1949)nambe pueblo, nmA micaceous bowl of globular form,signed: Lonnie Vigil Nambe.H: 8 in. Diam: 9 3/4 in.$2,000-3,000

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    462Winchester five panel printed FallHunting window displaycirca 1930No: E10-Fall Hunting, three pictorialpanels showing hunters and dog,with two script panels,WinchesterShot Guns The choice of seasonedSportsmen everywhere andWinchester Loaded Shells PresticWadding Waterproof RightCrimping Perfect Pattern. mountedon back of two, framed.39 1/4 in/ x 18 in. (sight)$3,000-5,000

    463Printed cardboard trade sign20th centuryAn eagle with wings spread perchedon top of a sign readingLIGHTNING FREEZER SAVES ICEAND SALT RUNS EASYPHILADELPHIA-MADEHARDWARE, framed.20 1/2 x 23 in. (sight)$300-500

    464Printed cardboard trade sign20th centuryAn eagle with wings spread perchedon top of a sign readingENTERPRISE Meat-and-FoodChopper The Knife and PlateMachine PHILADELPHIA-MADEHARDWARE, framed.23 1/2 x 21 in. (sight)$300-500

    465Printed cardboard trade sign20th centuryAn eagle with wings spread perchedon top of a sign reading YANKEETOOLS Make Better MechanicsPHILADELPHIA - MADEHARDWARE, framed.24 x 18 in. (sight)$300-500

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    466Harrison Miller, 20th Centuryfigure of a hoboSigned, Holding a cane and sign,Borough Limits, oil on canvas,unframed.H: 28 1/4 x 22 in.$600-800

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    467Group of nine small Favrille andQuezal glass itemsmost tiffany studios, new york,new york, early 20th centuryIncluding a baluster form blue vase,an ovoid form vase, both retainoriginal printed Tiffany Favrille paperlabels, a ribbed perfume, twoiridescent salt dishes, two paneledsalts marked Quezal and abaluster shaped bottle.H: 3 5/8 in.$1,500-2,500

    468Crystal vase and water pitchersteuben glass co., new york, 20th centuryThe pitcher with three frosteddolphin decoration to body and thevase of amphora form, markedSteuben.H: 9 in. (pitcher); H: 9 1/2 in. (vase)$200-250

    469Engraved lead glass vasegeorge thompson, steuben glassco., new york, 20th centuryAerialists. pattern, of bowl form onfoot with attached spheres, markedSteuben.H: 10 1/2 in. Diam: 6 3/4 in.$6,000-8,000

    470Glass rams head candy dishirene benton, steuben, corning, ny,mid 20th centuryHaving a rams head atop the lid of acovered candy dish, markedSteuben.H:$200-400

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    471Large collection glasswaresteuben, corning, ny, 20th centuryVarious patterns and formscomprising four juice glasses; eightwater/highball glasses; nine oldfashioned glasses; elevenchampagne with air twist stem;seven cordial glasses, three withtear drop base; and fourteen waterglasses with air twist stem, markedSteuben.H: 6 3/4 in. (tallest)$500-700

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    472Leaded glass lampshadetiffany studios, new york, early20th centuryOf conical shape with floral and leafdesign and beaded edge, bearsstamp, TIFFANY STUDIOS NEWYORK 6252.H: 14 in. Diam.: 28 in.$80,000-100,000

    473Lead glass and gilt bronze tablelampduffner & kimberly, new york, ny,circa 1910In Louis XV pattern having a gilt-bronze vasiform standard andshaped gilt-bronze base, decoratedall over with rocaille and acanthusleaves; supporting a domical mosaicshade with four panels of pastel leadglass and gilt-bronze trailingbellflowers.H: 29 in. Diam: 21 1/4 in. (shade)$15,000-25,000

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    474Bronze table lamp base20th centuryColumnar support with leafdecoration.H: 21 in.$300-500

    475Ten patinated metal wall sconces20th centuryEach having a single urn formshaged light on a circular backplate.H: 6 in.provenance:From The Curtis Center,Philadelphia, Pa.$300-500

    476Wharton Esherick (1887-1970)a bright nightWood block on rice paper, signed,Wharton Harris Esherick, titledand numbered, 36/40, framed.12 in. x 9 in. (sight)$1,000-1,500

    477Wharton Esherick (1887-1970)september cornWoodblock on rice paper, titled andsigned, Wharton Harris Esherick inpencil, framed.10 1/2 in. x 9 1/2 in. (sight)$1,000-1,500

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    478Jesse Godley (1862-1889)Figure of a panther and turtleIncised signature, plaster, mountedon a wooden base.H: 19 1/4 in.provenance:Descended in the family of FrankStephens, scuptor. Godley was afriend and colleague of Stephens.$300-500

    479Frank Stephens (1859-1953)will price playing a cello.Painted plaster.H: 14 in.footnote:George Francis Stephens was apolitical activist, utopian theorist,artist and teacher. His first wife,Caroline, was a sister of ThomasEakins. After her death, Stephenssuccessfully campaigned to haveEakins removed from his teachingposition at the PennsylvaniaAcademy of the Fine Arts. Thearchitect Will Price (1861-1916) wasa friend of Stephens and togetherthey founded the utopian/artscommunity of Arden in Delaware in1900. Price was a founder of theRose Valley Community inPennsylvania$300-500

    480Pair of oak Rose Valley benchesbears brand, early 20th centuryRectangular tops above shapedapron and vase and block turnedlegs joined by stretchers.$3,000-5,000

    481John Held Jr. (1889-1958)bronze sculpture of a coltIncised John Held, Jr 30., giltbronze base.H: 13 in.$800-1,200

    482Jo Davidson (1883-1952)bust of franklin d. rooseveltInscribed signature and copyrightdate, 1931, mounted on cast,stepped and patinated base.overall H: 9 1/2 in.$200-250

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    483Art Deco sterling silver onpatinated bronze table lampheintz art metal shop, buffalo,new yorkThe domed shade on tapering onflared foot, bears paper label.H: 12 1/2 in.$300-500

    484Sterling silver on bronze table lampheintz art metal shop, buffalo,new yorkThe domed bronze shade with vineand leaf silver overlay on cylindricalflared base with conforming overlay.H: 11 in.$300-500

    485Sterling on bronze cigarette boxheintz art metal shop, buffalo,new york, circa 1920Rectangular green patinated boxwith sterling overlay of hunt scene,cedar lined.H: 2 1/2 in. L: 8 1/2 in. D: 3 1/2 in.$300-500

    486Two part mixed wood cabinettommi parzinger (1903-1981)The upper section having arectangular lighted top above twoglass doors enclosing one centeredshort shelf above one long shelf witha raspberry interior above a twodoor cabinet enclosing two drawerswith raspberry interior, brand toinside of top drawer.H: 87 1/4 in. W: 60 in D: 18 in.$2,000-4,000

    487Birch dining setheywood wakefield, gardner, ma,20th centuryComprising a Butterfly drop leafextension table and four side chairs,M154A. Chairs bear stamp,Heywood Wakefield est 1826.H: 28 3/4 in. W: 52 1/4 in.D: 39 1/2 in.$400-600

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    488Arts and Crafts-style cherry wooddining suitestickley, manlius, new york, 20th centuryThe rectangular top having cantedcorners, black edge to frieze withblack square decoration abovespindle rectangular legs togetherwith two spindle arm chairs and fourspindle side chairs having a concavecrest rail, flared arms, leather seaton square straight legs. Table andchairs branded Stickley.H: 30 in. W: 57 1/2 in. D: 43 3/4 in.H: 44 3/4 in. (chair)$1,250-1,750

    489Six walnut New chairsgeorge nakashima (1905-1990)Having a straight crestrail abovenine hickory spindles, saddle seat,and round turned tapering legs eachwith attached wood panel signed,George Nakashima.H: 35 1/4 in.$12,000-16,000

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    490Walnut stereo cabinetgeorge nakashima (1905-1990)Having a rectangular top withdovetailed case and three grilleddoors backed with pandanus cloth,attached wood plaque signed,George Nakashima.H: 32 in. W: 51 1/2 in. D: 18 in.$8,000-12,000

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    491Walnut grass-seated chair andstoolgeorge nakashima (1905-1990)The chair with spindle back and thestool and chair raised on turned andtapering legs.H: 26 3/4 in. (chair) H: 12 1/2 in.(stool)$2,000-4,000

    492Walnut grass-seated chair andstoolgeorge nakashima (1905-1990)The chair with a spindle back andthe chair and stool raised on turnedtapering legs. The chair signedGeorge Nakashima.H: 26 3/4 in. (chair) Stool: 12 1/2 in.$2,000-4,000

    493Six pieces of glazed earthenwareattributed to toshiko takaezu, b. 1929Comprising a white and greenglazed hanging pot, a large whiteand green bowl, a blue and brownglazed square tray, two light brownbowls and a flat oblong brownglazed plaque; all unsigned.Diam.: 12 1/2 in. (bowl)$800-1,000

    494Five pieces of glazed earthenware.attributed to toshiko takaezu, b. 1929Comprising a large brown andmustard glazed hanging pot, anoblong and flat plaque with mottledbrown glaze and three dark glazedbowls; unsigned.H: 8 in. (pot); W: 12 in.$800-1,000

    495Six earthenware vessels in the styleof Toshiko Takaezu20th centuryComprising an unglazed reticulatedhanging pot, a white glazed bowl,two mottled brown bowls and twobrown cups together with a blue andwhite Southern Chinese jar.H: 5 1/2 in. (pot) W: 9 1/2 in.$200-300

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    496Four 657sling lounge chairscharles pollock, b. 1930, for knoll inc.Two having tan leather sling seatsand two with orange leather slingseats, each with padded removableblack leather seat cushion, blackcoated armrests on tubular steelframe, Knoll label to two chairs.H: 27 in.$2,000-3,000

    497Bronze coffee tablephilip (1908-1988) and kelvin (b. 1936) laverneThe patinated, etched and enameloval top with an Asian scene on fourstraight legs; signed in surface topwith partial label to underside.H: 17 /12 in. L: 65 1/2 in.D: 20 3/4 in.$2,000-4,000

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    498Two Executive Chairscharles pollock, b. 1930, for knoll inc.Both with tufted tan leatherupholstery, black arm rests, fourpoint base, and paper label, one oncasters and the other withoutcasters.H: 32 in. (casters); 31 in.$400-600

    499Two diamond chairsharry bertoia (1915-1978) for knoll inc.Having a chrome wire frame withseat cushion.H: 30 1/2 in.$200-400

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    500Upholstered and steel framed sofacompactcharles and ray eames (1907-1978)and (1912-1988) for herman millerH: 35 in. W: 71 in. D: 31 in.$750-1,250

    501Two Tulip side tableseero saarinen (1910-1960), for knoll inc.One with a circular marble top andother with a white circular laminatetop and paper label to underside,each with a cast metal base.H: 20 1/2 in. Diam.: 20 in.$300-500

    502Tulip coffee tableeero saarinen (1910-1961), for knoll inc.Having a white laminate oval top ona cast metal base.H: 15 1/4 in. Diam.: 35 3/4 in.$300-500

    503Two steel rod armchairswarren platner (1919-2006), knoll inc.Upholstered crest rail above rodback and rod basket base togetherwith an ottoman.H: 29 1/2 in. (chair); H: 14 in.(ottoman)$2,000-3,000

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    504Birchwood sideboard or cabinetflorence knoll, b. 1917, for knoll inc.Having a rectangular marble topover an arrangement of eightdrawers and two files with saddleleather pulls raised on squarestraight legs.H: 25 1/2 in. L : 74 1/2 in. D: 18 in.$3,000-4,000

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    505Leather lounge chair and ottomancharles eames (1907-1978) for herman millerMolded plywood frame with walnutveneer and button tufted blackleather upholstery with HermanMiller label.H: 32 1/4 in. (chair) H: 17 in. (stool)$1,500-2,000

    506Cocktail tablejeffrey bigelow, 20th century QM Magnum, acrylic and glasswith bowed sides, signed JeffreyBigelow 85.$2,000-4,000

    507Walnut and walnut veneercantilever console20th centuryHaving a rectangular top over twosquare legs and a diagonal supportall ending in brass capped feet.H: 34 in. W: 76 in. D: 22 in.$3,000-5,000

    508Lucite chess set20th centuryGameboard fitted in a box withsliding top having thirty-two piecesof orange and green Lucite chessmanin circular and cylindrical forms.18 1/2 in. x 18 1/2 in. (box)$300-500

    509Glass top dining tableattributed to brueton, springfieldgardens, nyThe rectangular glass top over fourcylindrical chrome supports and fourarched legs.H: 28 3/4 in. Top: 60 x 60$1,500-2,500

    510Set of eight Marco chairsbrueton, springfield, gardens, nyEach having a blue upholstered backand seat on chrome frame withmetal label: Brueton SpringfieldGardens NY USA.H: 29 1/2 in.$800-1,200

    511Repousse sterling silver coveredserverdominick & haff, new york, nyOf rectangular form with twinhandles and foliate, floral andbutterfly decoration.H: 9 1/2 in. L: 14 in. Weight:75 troy oz.$5,000-8,000

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    512Sterling silver repoussecenterpiecegorham, providence, ri, late 19th centuryOf oval form with scalloped edgewith rose garland decoration andtwo Classical figures playinginstruments to each end, monogramto center.L: 17 in. Diam.: 11 1/4 in.Total weight of weighable silver:31 troy oz.$1,000-1,500

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    513Sterling silver repousse vasea.g. schultz & co., baltimore, mdOf baluster form, flared rim, andcircular foot.H: 11 in. Weight: 28 troy oz.$1,000-1,500

    514Sterling silver tablewaresa.g. schultz & co., baltimore, mdIncluding a pair of footed salt andpepper shakers, a childs cup withmonogram, and a powder jar withlid, all with repousse floraldecoration.H: 6 1/4 in. Weight: 15 1/2 troy oz.$600-800

    515Sterling silver inkstandgorham, providence, riHaving a reticulated gallery withfigure, shell, leaf, C scroll andcenter cartouche enclosing a centerlift lid three section compartmentflanked by two cut glass inkwells,monogram.L: 7 3/4 in.Total weight of weighablesilver: 15 1/2 tr. oz.$500-700

    516Sterling silver Art Nouveau castand finished salad setreed & barton, circa 1900Love Disarmed pattern.Weight: 15 troy oz.$800-1,200

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    517Sterling silver tea and coffeeserviceretailed by j.g. grogan, company,1st half of the 20th centuryOval serpentined form, all over leafand scroll repousse decoration, ivoryegg finials to the lids, lyre formhandles on conforming footedbases, including hot water kettle-on-stand with burner, coffee pot, teapot, covered sugar bowl, creamerand waste bowl, 6 pieces.Height :14 1/2 in. (of hot waterkettle)Total weight of the entireset: 144 oz.$4,000-5,000

    518Sterling silver flower vaseblack, starr & frost ltd., new york,ny, 1st half of the 20th centuryCircular serpentined molded rimwith four floral vignettes and crosshatch engraving, leaf and floralengraved body on quatrefoil base.H. 14 15/16 in. Weight: 35 troy oz.$900-1,200

    519Sterling silver flatware servicedominick & haff, new york, early 20th centuryBlossom pattern including sixdinner forks, six hollow handledinner knives, eight teaspoons, sixsoup spoons, and one sugar spoon,all with monogram.Weighable silver: 31 troy oz.$800-1,200

    520Sterling silver flatware serviceComprising eight dinner forks, eightpastry forks, eight hollow handledinner knives, eight teaspoons, eighttablespoons, flat handle butterspreader, serving spoon, saladserving set, small serving fork, pieserver, gravy ladle, sugar spoon, allstamped 925 Sterling GR.Weighable silver: 54 troy oz.$1,000-1,500

    521Cut glass vase with flaring sterlingsilver collarbrilliant period, circa 1900Tall pear shape with three fluted linepanels and three graduated circlepanels, flaring openwork sterlingsilver colllar.H: 14 1/2 in.$500-700

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    522Cut glass fruit bowl with sterlingsilver rimhamilton and diesinger, retailer,circa 1897Circular form, the sterling silver rimis everted, openwork and chasedwith flowers and scrolls, the brilliantcut body displays six snow flakesand three crossed strips ofribbons. The outer bead of silveris stamped Hamilton & Diesingerand Sterling.Diam.: 11 in.$500-800

    523Large silverplate stiff handledbasketearly 20th century, derby & cointernational, ct.Arched stiff handle over octagonalbasket pressed to show Dutchfarming scenes, over conformingbase.H: 14 in.$200-300

    524Sterling silver part table serviceinternational silver co., circa 1924Fontaine pattern including elevenhollow handle dinner knifes, twentytwo dinner forks, thirteen saladforks, twelve buillon spoons, twelvecream soup spoons, eighttablespoons, twelve iced-teaspoons, twelve flat butter spreaders,twelve seafood forks (one thePrelude pattern), six citrus fruitspoons, eighteen teaspoons andeleven demi-tasse spoons.Total weight of weighablesilver: 177 oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana$4,000-5,000

    525Pair of oval sterling silver openvegetable standsrichard dimes co., south boston,ma, 20th centuryOval ribbed border with slightlyeverted edge.L. 11 1/4 in. Weight of both: 28troy oz.$700-900

    526Sterling silver tea servicegorham & co., retailed by j. e. caldwellEngraved Fairfax pattern, includinghot water pot, tea pot, coveredsugar bowl, creamer and wastebowl, together with an oblong silverplated 21 1/2 inch two handled tray,6 pieces.H: 7 in. (of hot water pot)Totalweight of weighable silver: 61troy oz.$1,500-1,800

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    527Sterling silver tea and coffeeservicegorham, providence, ri, 1st half of the 20th centurySquat pear shapes with ball finials todomical lids, floral and leaf repoussedecorations to necks, square Chandles to coffee and teapots,creamer and covered sugarbowl, waste bowl with a flat cover,together with matching 25 1/4 inchoval tray with pierced handles toends.H: 8 5/8 in. (coffee pot)Total weight of the set: ~229oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana$5,000-7,000

    528Sterling silver flatware servicegorham, providence, ri, late 19th centuryChantilly pattern comprisingtwelve dinner forks, twelve saladforks, twelve hollow handle dinnerknives, thirteen teaspoons, elevensoup spoons, serving spoon, sugartongs, and a cheese serving knife,with monogram.Total weight of weighable silver: 62troy oz.$2,500-3,500

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    529Collection of sterling silver candydishesgorham and others, 1st half of the 20th centuryCircular, oval, leaf, and oblong forms,two with ornate borders, one withopen work border, 5 pieces.Total Weight : 22 oz.$500-700

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    530Sterling silver serving trayhoward sterling co., providence,ri, late 19th/early 20th centuryElaborate scroll molded open workborder.L. 16 7/6 in. Weight: 35 1/2 oz.$800-1,000

    531Sterling silver flatware servicereed & barton, taunton, ma,early 20th centuryFrancis I pattern including eightdinner forks, eight salad forks, eighthollow handle dinner knives, eightteaspoons, and eight icedteaspoons.Weight: 52.9 troy oz.$1,500-2,000

    532Sterling silver flatware servicedominick & haff, new york, early 20th centuryQueen Anne pattern comprisingtwelve dinner forks, twelve saladforks, twelve hollow handle dinnerknives, twelve flat handle butterknives, twenty four teaspoons, onecold meat fork, one lemon fork, onesauce ladle, one sugar spoon, oneberry spoon, one hollow handlecarving set, and one hollow handlecake server, all with monogram.Total weight of weighable silver: 105troy oz.$3,000-5,000

    533Sterling silver flatware servicegorham, providence, ri,Buttercup pattern comprisingtwelve dinner forks, ten luncheonforks, twelve hollow handle dinnerknives, ten hollow handle luncheonknives, twelve teaspoons, ten soupspoons, four tablespoons, and onesugar spoon, all with monogram.Total weight of weighable silver:70 troy oz.$1,500-2,500

    534Sterling silver table servicewallace, wallingford, ct., 20th centuryGrand Baroque pattern comprisingtwelve dinner forks, twelve saladforks, twelve cocktail forks, twelvehollow handle dinner knives, twelvecream soup spoons, one piercedserving spoon, one gravy ladle, onesugar spoon, two cold meat forks,one relish fork, and one servingspoon.Total weight of weighable silver:113 troy oz.$3,000-5,000

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    535Sterling silver flat table servicereed & barton, taunton, ma, 20th centuryFrancis I pattern including twelvedinner forks, twelve salad forks,twelve hollow handle dinner knives,twelve hollow handle butterspreaders, twelve teaspoons andtwelve cream soup spoons.Weighable silver: 102 troy oz.$2,000-2,500

    536Sterling silver flatware servicewallace, wallingford, ct., 20th centuryGrand Baroque pattern includingtwelve dinner forks, twelve saladforks, twelve cocktail forks, twelvehollow handle dinner knives, twelvehollow handle steak knives, twelveflat handle butter spreaders, onehollow handle butter spreader,twenty four teaspoons, twelvecream soup spoons, and one saladset.Total weight of weighable silver:116 troy. oz.$3,000-5,000

    537Sterling silver low fruit compotetiffany & co., new york, 1st half of the 20th centuryCircular bowl with chased crosshatch and six ovals with flowers atrim, center chasing with leaves andflowers on plain circular footed basewith molded edge. 18291 J. Makers992 on bottom.Diam. 8 7/8 in. Weight: 16.5 oz.$300-500

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    538Sterling silver flat table servicetiffany & co., new york, ny, issued 1884Wave Edge pattern comprisingtwelve dinner forks, twelve saladforks, twelve cocktail forks, twelvehollow handle dinner knives, twelvehollow handle butter spreaders, onemaster butter with hollow handle,twenty four teaspoons, twelvecream soup spoons, twelve iced teaspoons, four serving spoons, onecold meat fork, sugar spoon, andgravy ladle.Weighable silver: 144 troy oz.$8,000-12,000

    539Sterling silver porringertiffany & co., new york, ny, 20th centuryWith pierced handle having leaf andscroll decoration together with foursquat form cordial cups with vermeilwash to inside, sugar tong, and NewYork souvenir teaspoon with etchedBrooklyn Bridge decoration to bowlof spoon and Statue of Libertydecoration to handle.Diam: 5 in. (porringer); Weight: 14.7 troy oz.$300-500

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    540Sterling silver footed cake platetiffany & co maker, new york, 20th centuryOf circular form with a squat footand reticulated border together witha square vegetable dish havingcanted corners and a ribbed borderand stepped edge, monogram toedge.Weight: 38.8 troy oz.. Diam: 12 in.(cake plate); L: 9 in. (vegetable dish)$800-1,200

    541Pair of sterling silver bon bonstandstiffany & co., new york, ny, early 20th centuryHaving a circular rim with openwork on a pedestal with a circularfoot.H: 2 3/ 4 in. Diam.: 8 in. Weight: 24 troy oz.$1,000-1,500

    542Sterling silver leaf shaped nut dishtiffany & co., new york, ny, 20th centuryL: 5 3/4 in. Weight: 3.9 troy oz.$100-150

    543A pair of sterling silver bon-bonstandstiffany & co., new york, ny, 20thcenturyHaving a scalloped top with shelldecoration on a shaped circular foot,monogram to center.H: 3 3/4 in. Diam.: 8 3/4 in.Weight: 32.5 troy oz.$1,000-1,500

    544Pair of sterling silver traystiffany & co., new york, ny, 20th centuryOf circular form with an evertedfloral repousse and open work rimand C scroll and floral decoratededge.Diam 10 in. Weight: 40 troy oz.$1,200-1,800

    545Sterling silver traytiffany & co., new york, nyOf canted rectangular form havingtwin handles, with monogram andstamped Tiffany & Co.L: 24 in. Weight: 114 troy oz.$4,000-6,000

    546Sterling silver flat table servicetiffany & co., 20th centuryEnglish King pattern, includingtwelve dinner knives, thirteen dinnerforks, ten cream soup spoons, tenfish forks, eight luncheon forks, eightbouillon spoons, thirteen flat butterspreaders, twelve teaspoons, nineiced tea spoons and one servingspoon, 96 pieces.Total weight of weighablesilver: 154 oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana$4,500-6,000

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    549Sterling silver bowlsshreve company, san francisco, caWith scalloped edge having appliedfloral decoration together with asterling silver bowl with widevermeil floral and C scrolldecorated scalloped edge.Diam.: 12 in. Weight: 39.4 oz.$1,000-1,500

    550Collection of sterling silver hollowwarevarious makers, 20th centuryIncluding pair of candlesticks, pair ofconsole candlesticks, chamberstick,small water pitcher, candy basket,match safes, small candy bowls,footed bowl and salt and peppershakers, 17 pieces.Weight of weighable silver: 17 oz.$500-700

    551Sterling silver coffee and teaservicegorham, providence, ri, 20th centuryPlymouth pattern including a hotwater kettle on warming stand,coffeepot, teapot, covered sugarbowl, creamer, and waste bowl.Included with the set is a silverplatetwin handled tray.H: 13 1/2 in. (hot water kettle);Weighable silver: 120 troy oz.$3,000-5,000

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    547Sterling silver tea and coffeeservicedominick & haff, new york, 20th centuryPlain oval shapes, urn finials to lids,lyre handles to coffee and tea pots,circular molded footed bases,including coffee pot, tea pot,covered sugar bowl, creamer, wastebowl and hot water kettle onstand.(Hot water kettle and standwith burner is silver plate by Wilcox,similar pattern). 6 pieces.H: 9 1/2 in. (of coffee pot), Weight of weighable silver: 101 oz.$2,500-3,000

    548Sterling silver tazzaj.e caldwell & co., philadelphia, paOf circular form with a C scrollsand pine needles with pine conedecoration to top rim and base.H: 3 3/4 in. Diam.: 9 3/4 in.Weight: 22 oz.$500-750

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    552Sterling silver flatwarestieff baltimore, md, 20th centuryWilliamsburg reproduction includingeight dinner knives, seven luncheonknives, steak carving knife, eightcream soup spoons, seven dinnerforks, nine salad forks, fiveteaspoons, eight hollow handledbutter spreaders, two fruit knivesand sauce ladle, 56 pieces.Weight of weigable silver :53 oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana$1,200-1,500

    553Sterling silver flat table servicedominic and haff and othermanufacurers, 20th centuryKing pattern inclucing twelvedinner forks, twelve dinner knives,twelve cream soup spoons, ten flatluncheon knives, twelve flat butterspreaders, twelve demi tassespoons, two sugar shells (Tiffany),nut pick (R and W Wilson), six tablespoons, sauce ladle (R and WWilson), sauce ladle and creamladle, 82 pieces.Weight of weighable silver: 130 oz.$1,500-2,000

    554Sterling silver flat table servicereed &barton, mid 20th centuryLinden pattern, including eightdinner forks, eight dinner knives,eight salad forks, seven cream soupspoons, eight tea spoons eight flatbutter spreaders and two tablespoons, 49 pieces.Weight of weighable silver:59.1/2 oz.$1,300-1,500

    555Sterling silver twin bon bon dishreed & barton, taunton, mass., mid 20th centuryHaving leaf decoration and twistedhandle together with sterling silverfooted salt and pepper shakers ofpanelled and tapering form.Weight: 17 troy oz.$400-600

    55614 sterling silver bread platesinternational and mueck-cary co.Thread circular borders, eight byMueck-Cary Co. and six byInternational, together with a silverrimmed glass lemon tray, 15 pieces.Diam. 6 in.Total weight of weighable silver46 oz.$1,000-1,500

    557Large sterling silver circular traygorham, 20th centuryWide repousse border with loop,dart and garlands with single flower.Diam: 16 7/8 in. Weight: 37.5 oz.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    557ASterling silver coffee and teaservicegorham, providence, ri, early 20th centuryPortsmouth pattern, engraved,comprising a hot water kettle, coffeepot, teapot, creamer, sugar, andcovered sugar, all with monogram.H: 13 in. (hot water kettle)Weight: 105 troy oz.$2,500-3,500

    558Four sterling silver platesgorham, providence, ri, 20th centuryCircular form with key decoration toborder.Diam.: 11 in. Weight:: 68 troy oz.$2,000-4,000

    559Sterling silver communion ewer20th centuryOf bulbous form with a hinged lidand cross finial, square S handlewith tracery decoration, the beltedbody engraved, Gloria in excelsisDeo alleluia on scalloped base.H: 14 1/2 in. Weight: 29 troy oz.$500-700

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    560Mexican sterling silver tea servicesanborns, 20th centuryPlain ribbed melon form, squat urnfinials to lids on openwork scrollbases, including hot water pot, teapot, covered sugar bowl, creamerand waste bowl, together with a25 7/8 inch scallopped edge oblongtray with twin loop handles,6 pieces.H: 8 3/4 in. (hot water pot)Total weight of set : 173 oz.$3,250-3,750

    561Mexican sterling silver fruit bowlsanborns, 20th centuryCircular lobed molded border onopenwork scroll base. To match theset above.Diam.: 8 1/2 in. Weight: 22 1/2 oz.$400-500

    562Large silver twin handle lobed fruitbowlprobably mexican or south americanCircular flaring rim worked to showband of leaves, over lobed body setwith twin foliate surmountedhandles raised on a conforming foot.D: 13 in. Weight: 42 oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana$750-1,000

    563Mexican sterling silver twinhandled footed punch bowlsanborns, 20th centuryPlain circular shape with twin grapebunch and leaf handles. Engravedwith a crest of a rampant lion in aheart shaped frame with family ofbirds above, SALENTIA ET YIRTUSVON PHUL below.Diam.: 14 1/2 in. Weight : ~100 oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana.$3,000-4,000

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    564Twelve Mexican sterling silver cups20th centuryInverted bell form bowls, chased lyrehandles and chased circular feet.H. 3 1/4 in. 63 1/2 oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana.$1,000-1,400

    565Large silver circular trayprobably mexicanLeaf and large molded lozengeborder, plain center.Diam.: 23 3/4 in. Weight: ~100 oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana.$3,000-4,000

    566Sterling silver roast platterinternational silver co., 20th centuryOval, with a wide molded edgeborder with eight floral repoussevignettes; together with a matchingcovered vegetable stand and a twinhandled fruit bowl in theRenaissance pattern, of circularform, with a wide floral and leafrepousse decoration, handles withleafage at the ends.L.: 18 in. (of platter)Total weight: 98 oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana$2,000-3,000

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    567Eight sterling silver mint julip cupswallace, 20th centuryPlain design with molded rim.H: 5 3/4 in.Total weight :39 oz.provenance:Belair Plantation in Baton Rouge,Louisiana$900-1,100

    568Sterling silver centerpiece bowlrogers, 20th centuryCircular everted rim with moldedleaves and scrolls at the edge, plaintapering bowl terminating in a footwith molded edge to match the rim.H: 7 9/16 in. Weight: 46.5 oz.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$1,000-1,500

    569Sterling silver bowlgorham, providence, ri, 20th centuryOf circular form, plain body on squatfoot, monogram.Diam: 9 3/4 in. Weight: 25 troy oz.$700-900

    570Sterling silver dinner servicegorham, mid 20th centuryMelrose pattern, including thirteenplace forks, thirteen place knives,eleven salad forks, thirteen creamsoup spoons, twelve hollow handledbutter spreaders, four iced teaspoons, twenty-four teaspoons twopiece steak carving set, threeserving spoons, two gravy ladles,master butter knife, coldmeat forkand a sauce ladle, 100 pieces.Weight of weighable silver: 130 oz.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$2,750-3,750

    571Sterling silver flat table serviceinternational silver, meriden, ct.,mid 20th centuryMoonbeam pattern comprisingtwelve dinner forks, twelve saladforks, twelve hollow handle dinnerknives, twelve flat butter spreaders,twenty- four teaspoons, twelvecream soup spoons, two sauceladles, stamped Rogers Sterling IS.Weighable silver: 80.6 troy oz.$2,000-2,500

    572Three sterling silver pitchersfisher silversmiths, jersey city, njOne with a repousse cartouche andfloral garland swag, one with agadrooned band to body on a footedbase with monogram and the third,plain, with a square C: handle andmonogram.H: 8 3/4 in, 9 in. (tallest.)Total weight of weighable silver: 60troy oz.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$1,400-1,600

    573Carved oak tall case clocktiffany & co (retailed), late 19th/ early 20th centuryArched cresting to bonnet withcarving, flat carved columnettesbeside door, silvered and brassmoon phased face, Arabic numeralchapter ring, pierced circular centerand corners, name plate Tiffany &Company, molded framed andglass waist door with carved sides,drinking scene carved base panel,flush molded base.H. 89 1/2 in.$1,000-2,000

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  • 579Pair cast-metal of urnsHaving a gadrooned body withmythical figural face and ramshorns decoration on a footedpedestal and square base, traces ofwhite paint.H: 19 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

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    574William and Mary style chest ofdrawers and dressing mirrorkittinger, buffalo, ny, 20th centuryH: 44 1/2 in. W: 39 in. D: 20 1/2 in.$1,000-1,500

    575Miniature Chippendale mahoganyhigh chest20th centuryWith carved cartouche abovebroken arch cornice andarrangement of molded drawers,two carved, cabriole legs ending inball and claw feet.H: 40 in.$1,250-1,750

    576Six Chippendale style mahoganychairslate 19th/early 20th centuryEach with shaped, rounded crestrailand solid baluster form splat ontrapezoidal seats and cabriole legswith shells at knees and ball andclaw feet.$500-1,000

    577Seven holiday and seasonal themedhooked rugs20th centuryIncluding the Fourth of July,summer and winter motifs, variousshapes and sizes.33 x 47 in. (largest)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    577AEight hooked rugs20th centuryOf various sizes and patternsincluding floral, tree, eagle, forestanimals, and rooster designs, eachon black background.94 in. x 27 1/2 in. (longest);63 3/4 x 41 in. (largest)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    577BEight Claire Murray wool hookedrugs20th centuryIncluding scenes of Yorktown,George Washington and his cherrytree, colonists sitting around atavern table, cats with mittens,dogs, and eagle set againstAmerican flag, all signed. Two rugsby Nancy Thomas and ClaireMurray.52 1/2 x 38 3/4 in.; 57 x 29 in.(largest)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    577CEight hooked rugs20th centuryIncluding scenes from Williamsburg,lighthouse view, village and homescenes.90 x 32 in. (largest)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

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    577DTwenty-one wool and cottonhooked rugs20th centuryComprising pattern, animal, floral,fruit and vegetable, cat, bird, rooster,Noahs Ark rabbit, dogs, and bearmotifs, various sizes.94 1/2 x 29 1/2 in. (largest)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$500-700

    578Set of four cast iron stoolslate 19th-early 20th centuryEach with a tractor or farmimplement seat marked in raisedtext San Francisco Baker &Hamilton Sacramento Championon a cylindrical support with acircular foot rest on a tripod base.H: 31 in.$800-1,200

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    580Pair of cast stone fruit baskets20th centuryOn a square base together with apair of cast-stone planters ofrectangular form raised on a bracketfoot.H: 22 in. (urns) H: 15 in. (planters)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    581Pair of cast-stone fruit baskets20th centuryWith a rectangular base with cantedcorners on a columnar pedestal.H: 40 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    582Pair of cast-stone fruit baskets20th centuryOn footed circular pedestal andsquare base.H: 31 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

    583Pair of large painted cast-irongarden urnsHaving an everted egg and dartdecorated rim, fluted and gadroonedbody, footed pedestal, and raised ona plinth.H: 41 1/4 in.$400-600

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    584Pair of blue painted cast-iron urnsHaving a plain body with gadroondecoration on footed pedestal andsquare base.H: 24 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

    585Pair of Classical cast-metal coveredurnsWith a pineapple finial to lid andmask and garland decoration tobody on footed pedestal and squarebase.H: 30 3/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$500-700

    586Pair of white painted Campanaform cast-metal urnsHaving an egg and dart decoratedrim, fluted body, on pedestal andsquare base.H; 28 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$200-400

    587Two pair of brown paintedcomposition planters20th centuryOf rectangular form with leaf andwreath decoration on shaped feettogether with a pair of brownpainted composition twin handledurns.H: 13 3/4 in. W: 27 1/2 in.D: 13 3/4 in.; H: 23 in. (urns)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$200-400

    588Two pair of brown painted cast-stone urnsEach with a fluted body with garlanddecoration on pedestal and squarebase together with a pair of brownpainted cast-metal planters ofrectangular form with a centeredcartouche surrounded by a wreathand leaves.H: 18 1/2 in. (urns) H: 15 1/2 in. W;28 in. D: 15 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

    589Pair of cast stone dogsEach with a front paw resting on abasket of flowers.H: 25 3/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

    590Pair of large cast-iron horse headsH: 30 in.$600-800

    591Pair brown painted of cast-stonepoodlesOn rectangular base with cantedcorners.H: 27 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

    592Pair of Victorian style whitepainted iron benches20th centuryEach with a shaped crestrail with afoliage decorated open work back,slat seat, cylindrical arms with doghead grips on cabriole legs, endingin paw feet.H: 37 3/4 in. L: 59 in. W: 28 in.$1,800-2,000

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    593Group of blue painted cast-irongarden furnitureComprising a loveseat withopenwork branch and leaf motif toback and seat; a pair of loveseatshaving open work grape and leafdecoration to back raised on curvedleaf shaped legs and feet; and abench with a straight crestrail withrams head hand grips and hoof feettogether with side chair with ashaped crestrail and open work backand grape cluster decoration to kneeand shaped flat foot.H: 31 in. W: 43 in. D: 20 in. (largest)provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$700-900

    594Pair of white painted cast-ironGothic Revival garden benches20th centuryHaving a straight crestrail withtriangle and quatrefoil fret workback above a honeycomb fretworkseat on square legs.H: 34 in. W: 54 in. D: 20 1/2 in.$1,800-2,000

    595Pair of painted cast-metal gardenbasketsHaving a flared rim, open basketweave decoration, and raised onshaped feet.H: 13 1/2 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$200-400

    596Pair of teak outdoor benches20th centuryEach with a shaped crestrail withslat back, ourscrolled arms, slat seaton square legs and box stretcher.H 42 in. W: 66 in. D: 24 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$800-1,200

    597Pair of brown painted outdoorbenches20th centuryEach with a straight crestrail, latticeback, and slat seat above an Hstretcher on straight square legs.H: 36 in. W: 67 3/4 in. D: 23 1/4 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$500-700

    598Pair of brown painted cast-metalurnsHaving mask and floral garlanddecoration to body, twin handles,footed pedestal, square base oncolumnar pedestal with centeredfloral decoration.H: 44 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$500-700

    599Pair of brass carriage lights witheagle finials19th centuryL: 31 in.provenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$400-600

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    600Pair of large copper, brass andnickel-plated carriage lamps19th centuryelectrified.L: 35 1/2 inprovenance:Estate of Judith Stanley Coleman,Red Bank, New Jersey$300-500

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    The Rittenhouse Hotel, Philaldelphias historic and most luxurious hotel isproud to announce our new partnership with Freemans. We are pleased tooffer Freemans clients a preferred rate.

    Please contact Jill Heim to arrange your accomodations. 215-790-2541, jheim@rittenhousehotel.com

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  • Fine Jewellery & SilverWednesday, 1st June, 201133 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR

    www.lyonandturnbull .com

    Viewing timesSunday 29th May 2pm - 5pm Monday 30th May 10am - 5pm Tuesday 31st May 10am - 5pmMorning of Sale from 9am

    EnquiriesColin FraserTel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 colin.fraser@lyonandturnbull.com

    Trevor KyleTel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 trevor.kyle@lyonandturnbull.com

    A Charles I/Commonwealth period silvermounted salt glazed stoneware jugwith makers mark I G above star in heartshaped punch

    20cm high, stoneware restored

    2,500-3,000

    A pair of Britannia StandardGeorge I candle snips and anassociated snuffer stand

    17.5cm high overall

    1,200-1,800

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  • Scottish Design from 1860Wednesday 15th June, 201133 Broughton Place, Edinburgh

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    CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSHOAK WRITING DESK, 190910,000-15,000

    Viewing timesSunday 12th June 2pm - 5pm Monday 13th June 10am - 5pm Tuesday 14th June 10am - 5pm Morning of Sale by appointment only

    EnquiriesJohn MackieTel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 john.mackie@lyonandturnbull.com

    Further entries invited until April 29th

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  • May

    5/15/11Modern &Contemporary Art

    5/25/11Fine English Furniture & Decorative Arts

    5/26/11Fine ContinentalFurniture & DecorativeArts

    5/27/11Oriental Rugs &Carpets

    June

    6/19/11Fine American &European Paintings & Sculpture

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    Spring & SummerAuction Calendar

    Consignment Mondays 10am1pm

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  • Appraisal ServicesIncluding insurance, equitable distribuation, probate, charitable donation and inventory. Servicing privateclients, museums, historical societies and corporations.

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    Call for an appointment to appraiseyour personal property

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  • successful bidders for the property from theamerican furniture, folk & decorative arts sale willbe expected to pick up all property from freemansno later than 3 pm on friday, april 29th 2011.

    Shippers who have worked with Freemans clients inthe past, include but are not limited to:

    VG Packaging LLC: Contact: Gordon G Murray II12 Salem RoadSchwenksville, PA 19473tel: 484-552-8741fax: 484-552-8744email: quotes@vgpackagingllc.com

    UPS Store Contact: John Bohach51 North 3rd StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19106tel: 215.629.4990fax: 215.629.4992email: store4242@theupsstore.com

    Mr. CsContact: Charles Cohentel: 267.977.9567email: mrcees61@gmail.com

    Cadogan Tate Fine Art Cadogan House, 41-20 39th StreetSunnyside, New York 11104tel: 718.706.7999fax: 718.707.2847email: michael@cadogantate.com

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    Purchase removal, shipping andoffsite storage information

    To ensure the safety of your lot(s) Freemans requestspayment in full and removal of property within 10business days of the sale date. Collection hours areMon - Fri, 9:30 - 4:30pm. For larger items, pleaseemail bmobbs@freemansauction.com to schedule aloading dock appointment. For purchase release topersons not listed on your invoice, 3rd partyauthorization is required. Please mail or fax,215.599.2240, a signed letter stating sale, lot,successful bidder and name of 3rd party collectingproperty. Freemans does not handle packing orshipping. The shippers listed below have worked withFreemans clients in the past and will be happy toprovide you with quotes for the packing and shippingof your property.

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  • Terms & Conditionsall property offered and sold (property) through samuel t. freeman& co, ("freeman's") shall be offered and sold on the terms andconditions set forth below which constitutes the complete statementof the terms and conditions on which all property is offered for sale.by bidding at the auction, whether present in person or by agent, bywritten bid, telephone, internet or other means, the buyer agrees to bebound by these terms and conditions.

    16In no event shall any liability of Freemansto the buyer exceed the purchase priceactually paid.17No claimed modification or amendment ofthis Agreement on the part of any partyshall be deemed extant, enforceable orprovable unless it is in writing that hasbeen signed by the parties to thisAgreement. No course of dealing and nodelay or omission on the part of Freemansin exercising any right under thisAgreement shall operate as a waiver ofsuch right or any other right and waiver onany one or more occasions shall not beconstrued as a bar to or waiver of anyright or remedy of Freemans on anyfuture occasion.18These Conditions of Sale and the buyers,the Consignor's and Freemans rightsunder these Conditions of Sale shall begoverned by, construed and enforced inaccordance with the laws of theCommonwealth of Pennsylvania andConsignor and Buyer agree to theexclusive jurisdiction of the Philadelphia,Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas andthe United States District Court for theEastern District of Pennsylvania.

    instances, the Consignor may pay lessthan the standard commission rate whereFreemans or its representative is asuccessful bidder on behalf of theConsignor. Where the Consignor isindebted to Freemans, Freemans mayhave an interest in the offered lots andthe proceeds therefrom, other than thebrokers Commissions, and all sales aresubject to any such interest.11No buy bids shall be accepted at anytime for any purpose.12Any pre-sale bids must be submitted inwriting to Freemans prior tocommencement of the offer of the firstlot of any sale. Freemans copy of anysuch bid shall conclusively be deemed tobe the sole evidence of same, and whileFreemans accepts these bids for theconvenience of bidders not present at theauction, Freemans shall not beresponsible for the failure to execute, or,to execute properly, any pre-sale bid.13A Buyers Premium will be added to thesuccessful bid price and is payable by thebuyer as part of the total purchase price.The Buyers Premium shall be: 25% onthe first $20,000 of the hammer price ofeach lot, 20% on the portion from$20,001 through $500,000, and 12% onthe portion of the hammer priceexceeding $500,000.14Unless exempted by law from thepayment thereof, the buyer will berequired to pay any and all federal excisetax and any state and/or local sales taxes,including where deliveries are to be madeoutside the state where a sale isconducted, which may be subject to acorresponding or compensating tax inanother state.15Freemans may, as a service to buyerarrange to have purchased propertyposted and shipped at the buyersexpense. Freemans is not responsible for any acts or omissions in packing orshipping of purchased lots whether or notsuch carrier recommended by Freemans.Packing and handling of purchased lots isat the responsibility of the buyer and is at the entire risk of thebuyer.

    Buyers Premium or has satisfied suchterms that Freemans, in its solediscretion, shall require. Subject to theforegoing, all Property shall be paid forand removed by the buyer at his/herexpense within ten (10) days of sale and,if not so removed, may be sold byFreemans, or sent by Freemans to apublic warehouse, at the sole risk andcharge of the buyer(s), and Freemansmay prohibit the buyer from participating,directly or indirectly, as a bidder or buyerin any future sale or sales. In addition toother remedies available to Freemans bylaw, Freemans reserves the right toimpose a late charge of 1.5% per monthof the total purchase price on any balanceremaining ten (10) days after the day ofsale. If Property is not removed by thebuyer within ten (10) days, a handlingcharge of .1% of the total purchase priceper month from the tenth day after thesale until removal by the buyer shall bepayable to Freemans by the buyer;Freemans shall charge 1.5% of the totalpurchase price per month for anyproperty not so removed within 60 daysafter the sale. Freemans will not beresponsible for any loss, damage, theft, orotherwise responsible for any goods leftin Freemans possession after ten (10)days. If the foregoing conditions or anyapplicable provisions of law are notcomplied with, in addition to otherremedies available to Freemans and theConsignor (including without limitationthe right to hold the buyer(s) liable forthe bid price) Freemans, at its option,may either cancel the sale, retaining asliquidated damages all payments madeby the buyer(s), or resell the property. Insuch event, the buyer(s) shall remainliable for any deficiency in the originalpurchase price and will also beresponsible for all costs, includingwarehousing, the expense of the ultimatesale, and Freemans commission at itsregular rates together with all related andincidental charges, including legal fees.Payment is a precondition to removal.Payment shall be by cash, certified checkor similar bank draft, or any other methodapproved by Freemans. Checks will notbe deemed to constitute payment untilcleared. Any exceptions must be madeupon Freemans written approval of creditprior to sale.In addition, a defaulting buyer will bedeemed to have granted and assigned toFreemans, a continuing security interestof first priority in any property or moneyof, or owing to such buyer in Freemanspossession, and Freemans may retainand apply such property or money ascollateral security for the obligations dueto due to Freemans. Freemans shallhave all of the rights accorded a securedparty under the Pennsylvania UniformCommercial Code.10Unless the sale is advertised andannounced as without reserve, each lotis offered subject to a reserve andFreemans may implement such reservesby bidding through its representatives onbehalf of the Consignors. In certain

    1 Unless otherwise indicated, all Propertywill be offered by Freemans as agent forthe Consignor.2Freemans reserves the right to vary theterms of sale and any such variance shallbecome part of these Conditions of Sale.3Buyer acknowledges that it had the rightto make a full inspection of all Propertyprior to sale to determine the condition,size, repair or restoration of any Property.Therefore, all property is sold AS-IS.Freemans is acting solely as an auctionbroker, and unless otherwise stated, doesnot own the Property offered for sale andhas made no independent investigation ofthe Property. Freemans makes nowarranty of title, merchantability orfitness for a particular purpose, or anyother warranty or representationregarding the description, genuineness,attribution, provenance or condition tothe Property of any kind or nature withrespect to the Property.4Freemans in its sole and exclusivediscretion, reserves the right to withdrawany property, at any time, before the fallof the hammer.5Unless otherwise announced by theauctioneer at the time of sale, all bids areper lot as numbered in the printedcatalogue. Freemans reserves the right todetermine any and all matters regardingthe order, precedence or appropriateincrement of bids or the constitution oflots.6The highest bidder acknowledged by theauctioneer shall be the buyer. Theauctioneer has the right to reject any bid,to advance the bidding at his absolutediscretion and in the event of any disputebetween bidders, the auctioneer shallhave the sole and final discretion either todetermine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. Ifany dispute arises after sale, theFreemans sale record shall be conclusivein all respects.7If the auctioneer determines that anyopening or later bid or any advance bid isnot commensurate with the value of theProperty offered, he may reject the sameand withdraw the Property from sale.8Upon the fall of the hammer, title to anyoffered lot or article will immediately passto the highest bidder as determined in theexclusive discretion of the auctioneer,subject to compliance by the buyer withthese Conditions of Sale. Buyerthereupon assumes full risk andresponsibility of the property sold, agreesto sign any requested confirmation ofpurchase, and agrees to pay the full price,plus Buyers Premium, therefore or suchpart, upon such terms as Freemans mayrequire.9No lot may be removed from Freemanspremises until the buyer has paid in fullthe purchase price therefor including

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    name business name

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    25% Buyers Premium will be added to the first $20,000 of the hammer price of each lot, 20% on the portion from $20,001 through $500,000, and 12% on the portion of the hammer price exceeding $500,000.

    All lots must be paid for and removed within 5 days.

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    I hereby confirm thet I have read and am bound by the Terms of Sale presented by the auction house and which govern all auction purchases made by me. Although every attempt is made to execute your bid(s), the auctioneer is not responsible for errors and omissions.

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    (signature required to execute your bids)

    absentee bidding form

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