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Folk Carving of American Indian and Bear,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, early 20th century; 14" wide x 13" high.
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The Old Norfolk Breed, Late 19th Century
Lot # 497 - The Old Norfolk Breed, Late 19th Century
oil on canvasunsignedverso, on stretcher The Old Norfolk Breed coinciding with name plate on frame and framer's label of W. Boswell & Sons, 48, London Street, Norwich ___.32.25" x 25" > Item Details
Double-Sided Treen Cake Board,
Lot # 424 - Double-Sided Treen Cake Board,
American, 19th century. Carved deer and dog on one side; king, queen and carriage on the other side; 18" long. > Item Details
Folk Art
Lot # 492 - Folk Art "Memory Star" With Civil War Tintype,
American, late 19th century. Made from an old wood box with stenciled letters (on verso), shards of glass, shells and china, metal and natural materials; all are glued around a centrally placed tintype of two gentlemen, one wearing a uniform; 17" diameter. > Item Details
Horse-Handle Smoothing Board,
Lot # 417 - Horse-Handle Smoothing Board,
probably Continental, dated 1854. Old green paint and signed with owner's name; 27.5" long. > Item Details
English Mahogany and Gilt Bronze Bracket Clock, by <i>McAllister, Humburch & Birk</i>,
Lot # 380 - English Mahogany and Gilt Bronze Bracket Clock, by McAllister, Humburch & Birk,
19th century, brass time, strike and double chime fusee movement with silvered and gilt dial, signed McAllister, Humburch & Birk/Rochester N.Z. with three silvered dials above chapter ring dial, being Chime/Silent, Slow/Fast and Westminster/Chime on Eight Bells from left to right, enclosed in a case... > Item Details
New England Federal Tall Case Clock,
Lot # 368 - New England Federal Tall Case Clock,
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
<i>Sarah Ann Huff 1831</i>, New Jersey Sampler,
Lot # 145 - Sarah Ann Huff 1831, New Jersey Sampler,
wool on linen. Sarah worked her sampler at aged 14; it is composed of religious verse and strings of alphabet and numbers, all surrounded by a strawberry vine border. Set in a period maple frame; 17.5" x 20.5" (sight), 19.5" x 22.5" (w/frame). Genealogical research reveals Sarah was born in New Jers... > Item Details
19th-Century Sailor's Bentwood Work or Ditty Box,
Lot # 35 - 19th-Century Sailor's Bentwood Work or Ditty Box,
American, pine and maple with pewter tacks; having four fingers, with openwork and carving to include a heart and compasses; 9" diameter. > Item Details
Canadian Goose Decoy attributed to R. Madison Mitchell,
Lot # 214 - Canadian Goose Decoy attributed to R. Madison Mitchell,
American, probably Havre de Grace, Maryland, mid-20th century. Once a working decoy with solid body and evidence of weights (not present). In a well-executed repaint with painted eyes; 11.25 high x 24" long. > Item Details
George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878)
Lot # 152 - George Cruikshank (British, 1792-1878)
11 satirical etchingspublished by Thomas McLean, 26 Haymarketfrom series produced in 1835each full sheet sizes 15.75" x 10.75" > Item Details
Rockingham Shaving Mug Signed <i>E & W Bennett</i>,
Lot # 445 - Rockingham Shaving Mug Signed E & W Bennett,
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
Carousel Horse, (Attributed) Armitage-Herschell,
Lot # 458 - Carousel Horse, (Attributed) Armitage-Herschell,
American, late 19th century. Carved laminated pine having glass eyes, painted polychrome decoration on a green-gray ground, with a U.S. shield breastplate and rendered in a jumper stance. Paint is well-worn with a desirable dry surface. Mounted to an iron stand; 45" high x 48" wide x 11" deep (not i... > Item Details
Two Folk Art Carved Serpent Canes,
Audubon Havell Edition Plate CLII <i>White-breasted Black Capped Nuthatch</i>
Lot # 220 - Audubon Havell Edition Plate CLII White-breasted Black Capped Nuthatch
from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 31 and upper right Plate CLIIAudubon 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
Cobalt Book Flask <i>History of Holland</i>,
Lot # 521 - Cobalt Book Flask History of Holland,
American, ca 1860-80, in yellow ware covered in a slate blue glaze modelled as a book; 5.5" high x 4.5" across x 2" deep. > Item Details
American Eagle Woodcarving,
Lot # 7 - American Eagle Woodcarving,
probably 1920s. An eagle with a turned head and raised wings; he is mounted on a newer molded edge platform; 18" high x 22" wide (w/o platform). > Item Details
Trippensee Planetarium Orrery,
Lot # 231 - Trippensee Planetarium Orrery,
American, early 20th-century. A teaching model planetarium comprised of three operating spheres, including lacquered brass sun, earth marked The Trippensee Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich., geared moon, on brass base with calendar, season and Zodiac circle, operated by a hand-operated, chain-linked wheel me... > Item Details
Audubon Havell Edition, Plate XVIII, <i>Bewick's Wren</i>
Lot # 223 - Audubon Havell Edition, Plate XVIII, Bewick's Wren
from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 4 and upper right Plate XVIIIAudubon credit lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S., publisher's credit lower right Engraved, Printed and Colour... > Item Details
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