Lot 41    

Hand-Colored French Engraved Map of Tennessee,
2005, Furniture and Decorative Arts / Oct 7 - 8
Parisian map colored in pink, light green, dark green and yellow. Mileage scale presented with French notations. Bottom left of map reads Grave par E. Collin bottom right reads Ecrit par Arnoul Rue de Petit-Pont No. 26 a Paris. 11.5" x 18.5" (w/o frame); 17" x 24" (w/ frame).

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Some paper damage at center bottom margin, not removed from frame.
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Gould <i>Phlogophilus Hemileucurus/Ecuadorian Piedtail</i> Hummingbird,
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Large Group of Anatomical Studies, Plus, by Julian Scott,
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Folk Art Fretwork Steamboat with Clock,
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Rare Miniature Redware Loaf Pan with Yellow Slip Decoration,
Lot # 632 - Rare Miniature Redware Loaf Pan with Yellow Slip Decoration,
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Great Lakes Freighter Model <i>S.L. Spinner</i>,
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Four Figural Animal Netsuke,
Lot # 383 - Four Figural Animal Netsuke,
includes a rat on a bundle of sticks (1.75" high), 2 dogs on a blanket (signed, 1.75" long), a boar (signed, .75" high), and an unidentified animal and a ball (signed, 1.25" high). > Item Details
European Paint-Decorated Four-Panel Screen,
Lot # 522 - European Paint-Decorated Four-Panel Screen,
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Renoir Lithograph of  his son Claude Renoir,
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signed in the stone in the center below the image Renoir. Ca 1904 lithograph laid on vellum, entitled Claude Renoir, Tourne a Gauche (Translated - Turns from the left). 18.5" x 14.5 (w/o frame); 22.5" x 18" (w/ frame). Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) often used his son, Claude (nicknamed Coco, b. ... > Item Details
Electric Blue Sandwich Pressed
Lot # 172 - Electric Blue Sandwich Pressed "Gothic Arch" Sugar on Foot,
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Pair of Homan Pewter Candlesticks,
Lot # 619 - Pair of Homan Pewter Candlesticks,
ca 1830-1860, Cincinnati, Ohio; 10" high. See Montgomery, A History of American Pewter, p. 96 for a similar example. > Item Details
Early Pennsylvania Painted and Cut-Paper Valentine,
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circular disc, 1.75" diameter with very pleasing folk art ink and watercolor portrait of a woman in blue dress and yellow apron with initials at right YDD(?), with finely cut edging and reverse with cut overlapping hearts in white and yellow paper, mounted in silver plated and glass stand, 3" high. > Item Details
Duck Decoy Attributed to George Red Weir,
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English Regency Piano-Form Sewing Box,
Lot # 288 - English Regency Piano-Form Sewing Box,
in mahogany, with string inlay, ivory keys, and ebonized legs. The velvet-lined interior has a mirrored lid, metalwork decoration, and an under-compartment. Ca 1800-1830; 6" high x 7.75" wide x 11.75" deep. > Item Details
Pair of English George III Mahogany Knife Boxes,
Lot # 283 - Pair of English George III Mahogany Knife Boxes,
with serpentine fronts, figured mahogany veneer, and slotted interior. Both retain fine, old, grungy finishes. Probably English, ca 1800; 15" high x 9" wide x 10.5" deep. > Item Details
Two North American Bird Lithographs by Daniel Giraud Elliot,
Lot # 575 - Two North American Bird Lithographs by Daniel Giraud Elliot,
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Signed Salem, Ohio Jacquard Coverlet with Eagles and Parrots,
Lot # 504 - Signed Salem, Ohio Jacquard Coverlet with Eagles and Parrots,
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Four Chinese Glazed Oil Storage Jars,
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Two-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Swan,
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having applied lunate handles, impressed 2 filled with cobalt with a brushed cobalt swan decoration below, mid- to late 19th century; 9.5" high x 10.5" diameter. > Item Details
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