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Uncle Sam Painted Wood Trade Stimulator,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, early 20th century; 71" high.

Condition:  
Weathered surface.
Sold: $1,380.00
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American, first half 20th century, marked and retailed by Theodore Neuhaus & Co./ Cincinnati/Gold & Silver Smiths and marked Sterling, with raised leaf and vine edge. Each monogrammed EEM; 6" in diameter, 3.53 ozt.(110 g) each; 42.36 ozt. (1317.5 g) total weight. > Item Details
Sponge Decorated Pig Bottle or Flask,
Lot # 526 - Sponge Decorated Pig Bottle or Flask,
American, late 19th-early 20th century. Unusual walking form with brown glaze sponged on yellow unglazed clay; 5" long, 2.25" high. > Item Details
Three Rockingham Window Sash Rests,
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American, mid to late 19th century. Includes two Bacchus heads, 5.25" high and a bewigged gentleman, 5" high. > Item Details
New England Federal Tall Case Clock,
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ca 1790-1810, with hand-painted wooden dial, 30-hour wooden weight driven time and strike movement. Case is poplar with original dark varnish finish; interior or door signed in period ink Harry G. Button/Wethersfield, (likely Wethersfield, Conn., south of Hartford); 84.5" high x 17.4" wide x 10.24" ... > Item Details
Four Imari Bowls,
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Japanese, late 19th-early 20th century. Includes three scalloped rim bowls and a small plate, all decorated in polychrome enamels in various patterns; bowls are 8", 8.25", and 9" diameter x 3-4" high; plate is 8.25" diameter. > Item Details
Bennington Jardiniere,
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American, ca 1847-58, in two parts. Rockingham glaze with molded acanthus sprays, unmarked. Base, 5.5" high, top 7.75" high, 12.75" overall height. (See Barret 1958: 130, plate 188-A for a similar example.) > Item Details
T. C. Lindsay (American 1845-1907)
Lot # 503 - T. C. Lindsay (American 1845-1907)
Two Setters on Pointoil on canvassigned l.l.21.5" x 17.5" > Item Details
Eugene Grandin (French, 1833-1919, active 1851-1909)
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Two Gaudy Welsh Bowls,
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from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 70 and upper right Plate CCCIAudubon credit lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S.publisher's credit lower right Engraved, Printed and Coloured... > Item Details
John Sevier 1808 Tennessee Land Grant,
Lot # 60 - John Sevier 1808 Tennessee Land Grant,
large folio, partially printed, and signed boldly by Sevier as governor, April 22, 1808, awarding lands to George W. Campbell in Maury County. In a contemporary frame; 12" x 15" (sight), 29" x 18.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
Three Early Brass Lighting Devices,
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Hunzinger Chair,
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Walnut Eight Tin Pie Safe,
Lot # 255 - Walnut Eight Tin Pie Safe,
American, ca 1845-70, pine secondary wood. Two doors with tin panels; sides have wood panels. Below are two dovetailed drawers with a scalloped skirt; 64" high x 46.5" wide x 14.5" deep. > Item Details
Pair of 19th-Century Still Lifes
Lot # 32 - Pair of 19th-Century Still Lifes
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Rockingham Shaving Mug Signed <i>E & W Bennett</i>,
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American, ca 1848-56, with double-sided relief Toby Philpott figure, twig-style handle and split reservoir top. Impressed mark E & W BENNETT / CANTON AVENUE / BALTIMORE MD; 4.25" high. (See Barret 1976: 97, plate 134) > Item Details
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