Lot 35    

Kellogg Portraits of Presidents PLUS,
2005, Furniture and Decorative Arts / Oct 7 - 8
first is a lithograph with medallion portraits of the first 11 Presidents of the United States in the foreground. Background depicts the signing of the Declaration of Independence, with Roman columns and a panoply of flags and a patriotic eagle and shield. 13" x 9" (w/o frame); 17" x 13" (w/ frame). Second is an engraving of Franklin Pierce Democratic Candidate for the Presidency. Background with Liberty, sword, cannon, laurel wreaths and flags. 13" x 9" (w/o frame); 21.5" x 15.5" (w/ frame).

First with several white blemishes; second with moderate toning and small tear on left side; not removed from frames.
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ca. 1780, name of sitter inscribed on telescope reads M.R. Aitcheson 17__. Half-length portrait of a young Captain with his sailing vessel prominently visible outside his window at sea. Flag on ship has a red cross in the canton and red and white stripes on the fly. In a gilt frame; 24.5" x 17.5" (w... > Item Details
<i>Pastel Tulips</i> Pieced and Appliquéd Quilt with Provenance,
Lot # 127 - Pastel Tulips Pieced and Appliquéd Quilt with Provenance,
skillfully constructed of solid cotton fabrics in pastel colors. Appliquéd tulips framed within pieced diamond borders on a white ground. Hand-sewn, beautifully quilted in line, outline and tulip motifs, ca 1930s; approx. 70" x 88".This quilt was made by Jo Ann Gill and shown at The Upper Cumberla... > Item Details
<i>Princess Stephanie's Bird of Paradise</i> Lithograph after Gould,
Lot # 580 - Princess Stephanie's Bird of Paradise Lithograph after Gould,
Plate 19, of Astrarchia Stephaniae/Princess Stephanie's Bird of Paradise, a resident of the Owen Stanley Range in Southeastern New Guinea. Hand-colored lithographic plate painted by William Matthew Hart, taken from Richard Bowdler Sharpe's Monograph of the Paradiseidae, or Birds of Paradise, and Pti... > Item Details
American Birdseye Maple Tea Caddy,
Lot # 284 - American Birdseye Maple Tea Caddy,
with pine secondary wood. Coffin-form with birdseye maple veneer, ivory finial, and original colored lining paper. Appears to retain its original finish. American, ca 1800; 6" high x 8" wide x 5" deep. > Item Details
Early Brass and Iron <i>SALTER</i> Clockwork Spit,
Lot # 302 - Early Brass and Iron SALTER Clockwork Spit,
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Two Eastern Woodlands Potato Stamped Baskets,
Lot # 212 - Two Eastern Woodlands Potato Stamped Baskets,
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Pine Hanging Corner Cupboard with Shelf,
Lot # 975 - Pine Hanging Corner Cupboard with Shelf,
with a single raised-panel door, a stepped cornice, and a long drop with a shelf. 66" high x 30" wide, requires a 18.5" corner. > Item Details
Theorem Landscape with Figure on Velvet,
Lot # 340 - Theorem Landscape with Figure on Velvet,
painting on linen of a young lady in pink dress holding a broom in landscape setting with oak and willow trees and house in background. 19th century, in its original, gilt frame; 14" x 16.5" (w/o frame), 16.35" x 19.85" (w/frame). > Item Details
Five Early Carved Molds,
Lot # 217 - Five Early Carved Molds,
made of hardwood, lot consisting of 4 single cavity molds having handles in designs of a bird, floral, heart and house with rabbit; all approx. 1" high x 9" long x 3.5" deep; PLUS a three-cavity mold having heart and floral designs; .75" high x 8" wide x 2.5" deep. All are 19th century and exhibit ... > Item Details
Pieced Quilt <i>Rolling Stone</i> Pattern,
Lot # 133 - Pieced Quilt Rolling Stone Pattern,
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Two Geometric Hooked Rugs,
Lot # 953 - Two Geometric Hooked Rugs,
both wool on burlap. The first, an arrangement of alternating rectangular bars framed within black squares, all within a black border, American, early 20th century; 24" x 36"; plus, an earlier rug finely constructed of multicolor squares with diagonal red lines, American, mid- to late-19th century;... > Item Details
Girl Combing Hair by S.J. Sweet,
Lot # 866 - Girl Combing Hair by S.J. Sweet,
oil on canvas, signed mid lower edge S. J. Sweet '74, framed; 16" x 20" (w/o frame), 18.25" x 22.25" (w/ frame). > Item Details
Transitional Lacy Plate & Flint Nappy,
Lot # 164 - Transitional Lacy Plate & Flint Nappy,
lot of 2, ca 1830, of colorless, flint glass and attributed to the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. Includes a flint nappy with "Scrolled Leaf" shoulder design and 70 scallops, see McKearin, American Glass, Plate 155-2; .75" high x 5.25" diameter; AND a transitional nappy or plate with rosette center sur... > Item Details
Antique Serapi Rug,
Lot # 433 - Antique Serapi Rug,
multicolor, with geometric designs and a triple border. Late 19th century; 150" x 39". > Item Details
Rare Early American Butterfly Table,
Lot # 524 - Rare Early American Butterfly Table,
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Two Gould Hand Colored Lithographs of Trogons,
Lot # 579 - Two Gould Hand Colored Lithographs of Trogons,
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Four Pressed Lacy Sandwich
Lot # 160 - Four Pressed Lacy Sandwich "Ship" Cup Plates,
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Boston & Sandwich
Lot # 168 - Boston & Sandwich "Pressed Peacock Eye" Mustard,
ca 1830-1845, of colorless, pressed glass and attributed to the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co.; 2" high x 2.75" diameter; see Barlow-Kaiser, A Guide to Sandwich Glass, fig. 1066 for similar example. > Item Details
Reverse Painting on Glass of <i>Baron Nelson of the Nile</i>,
Lot # 114 - Reverse Painting on Glass of Baron Nelson of the Nile,
well-executed portrait with fine detail, in a birdseye maple veneer frame, 15.5" x 10.75" (w/o frame), 20" x 15.25" (w/ frame). > Item Details
Aqua Dyottville GI-55
Lot # 176 - Aqua Dyottville GI-55 "Washington & Taylor" Portrait Flask,
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