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Pair of American Pewter Beakers,
2006, Fall Decorative Arts, October 7th
unmarked, second quarter 19th century. A handsome pair having incised decorative bands; both 2.88" high x 3" diameter (at brim).

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Ex: Dorothy & David Mallory


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Polished, virtually no wear.
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Royal Mail Coach and Horse Drawn Steam Fire Engine Stevengraphs,
Lot # 638 - Royal Mail Coach and Horse Drawn Steam Fire Engine Stevengraphs,
includes Stg #187 The Good Old Days, a stage coach scene with no rural background; mount type B2, back label 21+10+2 titles, framed; 6" x 9"; AND Stg. #189, For Life or Death / Heroism on Land; an early steam fire engine drawn by four horses; mount type B, back label 7 titles, framed; 5.5" x 8.8". > Item Details
Scrimshaw Carved Ivory & Shark Vertebrae Cane,
Lot # 304 - Scrimshaw Carved Ivory & Shark Vertebrae Cane,
English, with mushroom-shaped elephant ivory knob and throat carved on top with relief initials of JCU, shaft is tapered stacked shark vertebrae with 1" ivory ferrule. > Item Details
Lobster Still-life by Florence Stevenson,
Lot # 599 - Lobster Still-life by Florence Stevenson,
oil on canvas board, signed and dated lower right Florence Ezell / 1910. A still-life with two fish, a lobster, a mussel and other makings for a fine seafood dinner. In a contemporary frame; 12" x 24" (w/o frame), 18" x 29" (w/frame). Florence Ezzell Stevenson (1894-1974) was born in and active in... > Item Details
Pair of Beijing Glass Square Baluster-Form Vases with Bats,
Lot # 505 - Pair of Beijing Glass Square Baluster-Form Vases with Bats,
deep jade green cut to white opaque, with branching Prunus flowers and bat motifs around neck, unmarked, 7.15" with matching carved teak stands. > Item Details
Wedgwood Parian Bust of John Milton,
Lot # 205 - Wedgwood Parian Bust of John Milton,
English, mid-19th century, of parian porcelain, made in two pieces and stamped on back of shoulders MILTON / WEDGWOOD / E.W. WYON F. The round pedestal is secured to the bust with original cut brass bolt and nut, 14.5" high.Edward William Wyon (1811-85) studied at the Royal Academy in 1829 and exhib... > Item Details
Seth Thomas Marine Lever <i>Bell Under</i> Clock,
Lot # 291 - Seth Thomas Marine Lever Bell Under Clock,
ca 1900-1920. One-day time and strike, with count-wheel-type striking movement, polished brass case with silvered dial, hinged bezel, black spade hands, Roman numerals, seconds bit and fast-slow regulator at 12 o'clock and strike-silent lever. Marked on the dial SETH THOMAS and Made in U.S.A.; measu... > Item Details
Two Miniature Portraits, Duke of Wellington & Unknown Gentleman,
Lot # 283 - Two Miniature Portraits, Duke of Wellington & Unknown Gentleman,
1st late 19th century, includes an oval miniature on ivory waist length uniformed portrait of this famous British Army General, artist signed T. Woollastk(?), painting is 2.5" x 3.5" in rectangular ebonized wood frame, 5" x 6", AND a miniature on paper of a young gentleman, ca 1790-1810 in high coll... > Item Details
Sheraton Two Drawer Server in Birch,
Lot # 322 - Sheraton Two Drawer Server in Birch,
American, ca 1820, pine secondary. With a one-board top with backsplash, two equal-length dovetailed drawers below; all supported by skirt with turned legs, stretchers with attached intermediate shelf. Drawer fronts in mahogany veneer, front of skirt with cross-banded mahogany veneer. Purportedly ... > Item Details
Lidded Sugar Firkin in Old Green Paint,
Lot # 106 - Lidded Sugar Firkin in Old Green Paint,
American, probably late 19th century. Wooden stave construction with iron bands and wire bail handle. Exterior retains a dry, apple green paint (likely original); interior retains traces of sugar crystals; 10" high x 11.25" base diameter x 9.5" lid diameter. > Item Details
<i>Last Leaves of Autumn</i>   by Lawrence Blazey,
Lot # 156 - Last Leaves of Autumn by Lawrence Blazey,
watercolor on board, signed bottom left Lawrence Blazey. Late autumn image of a log and frame home surrounded by trees. Label on verso reads Last Leaves of Autumn. 23" x 29.5" (w/o frame), 28.5" x 35" (w/frame). In a rustic wood frame. Lawrence Edwin Blazey (1902-1999, Ohio) was a graduate of the Cl... > Item Details
<i>Ghost Town: Jerome</i> by Jean Parrish,
Lot # 584 - Ghost Town: Jerome by Jean Parrish,
oil on masonite, signed lower right Jean Parrish-1968 and titled on back of frame Ghost Town: Jerome. A bright but desolate Southwestern scene of ramshackle buildings with overhanging balconies, the sidewalks and street overgrown with weeds. In a modern gilt frame; 14" x 18" (w/o frame), 22" x 26" ... > Item Details
<i>Iroquois & Fred Archer, Winner of the Derby, 1881</i> Stevengraph #162,
Lot # 627 - Iroquois & Fred Archer, Winner of the Derby, 1881 Stevengraph #162,
Lorillard, Esq., company mount, no back label, in an original mount produced for the Lorillard Tobacco Company, Richmond, Virginia; extremely rare; framed, 12" x 16.6". Iroquois, owned by tobacco magnate Pierre Lorrilard, was the first American horse to win the English Derby. After a successful r... > Item Details
Rookwood 1924 Wax Matte Vase by Charles Klinger,
Lot # 393 - Rookwood 1924 Wax Matte Vase by Charles Klinger,
Rookwood vase, tapered form with stylized floral decoration against a mottled pink and blue background executed by Charles Klinger in 1924, shape #1926, 6.5" high. > Item Details
Scrimshaw Tooth with U.S. Whaling Ship & Mermaid,
Lot # 302 - Scrimshaw Tooth with U.S. Whaling Ship & Mermaid,
engraved on front with finely detailed 3-masted ship flying a U.S. flag; reverse having a mermaid; in an old dark patina; 5.5" long. > Item Details
Set of Four Hand Painted Lodge Banners,
Lot # 317 - Set of Four Hand Painted Lodge Banners,
all hand-painted gilt on various colored silk grounds with brass metallic thread edging and tassels; mounted on original brass bars with floral terminals and hanging chains. Lot includes one with open Bible, "Scales of Justice" with sword, hourglass and coffin; all on a red ground; PLUS another wit... > Item Details
Print: Cityscape of Pre-Fire Chicago,
Lot # 238 - Print: Cityscape of Pre-Fire Chicago,
hand-colored lithograph on paper, labeled at the bottom Street in Chicago, United States and dated 1863, with small figures and several identified buildings. The view is of a single, wide street with buildings lining either side. Printed in London; 12" x 14". > Item Details
Chippendale Round Top Candlestand,
Lot # 325 - Chippendale Round Top Candlestand,
American, second half 18th century, mahogany. A two-board top (probably repaired) supported by a vasiform column having 3 cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, spider appears to be original; 27" high x 18" diameter. > Item Details
Early Lenox Ceramic Arts Studio 1903 Princeton University Mug,
Lot # 391 - Early Lenox Ceramic Arts Studio 1903 Princeton University Mug,
a bulbous form mug with "D" handle, factory decorated in a gloss black background with foliate orange scrollwork surrounding a central shield bearing the year 1903, a recumbent Princeton tiger on the right, and the Princeton University shield on the left; 4.75". > Item Details
Stoneware Snake Mug with St. Ananias Inscription,
Lot # 349 - Stoneware Snake Mug with St. Ananias Inscription,
American, probably fourth quarter 19th century. A salt glazed stoneware mug having a snake coiling from the base to the rim, forming a handle. The snake is skillfully freehand decorated in cobalt blue; additionally, the mug bears the inscription CONSECRATED TO ST. ANANIAS; 6" high x 4" rim diamete... > Item Details
Coin-Op Walnut <i>Orchestral Regina</i> Music Box with Disks,
Lot # 177 - Coin-Op Walnut Orchestral Regina Music Box with Disks,
with Renaissance Revival walnut case with 3/4-turned columns, top with circular pane in door showing mechanism, with carved and pierced floral scroll work in corners, lower section with pull-out disk storage bin. Bin door is decorated with 3 recessed circular panels across the top, the central one f... > Item Details
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