Lot 21    

Kentucky Blanket Chest with Folk Art Decorations,
Summer Fine and Decorative Art Auction / June 6, 2009
American, likely Mid-Atlantic, ca 1830-1840. A painted poplar blanket chest having large flowers in pots and whimsical decoration. Original paint; 30" high x 57" wide x 20.75" deep.

Condition:  
Third set of hinges, loss to wood on top also no lock.
Sold: $64,625.00
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Large Folio Currier & Ives Lithograph,
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Masonic Kerchief with Song Lyrics to Tune
Lot # 30 - Masonic Kerchief with Song Lyrics to Tune "Attic Fire",
American, ca 1817, numerous printed emblems in red on natural linen. For a similar piece see, Collins, Threads of History, page 70, fig.53. Housed in a modern black frame; 21" high x 23" wide (sight). > Item Details
Amish Quilt Dated 1953,
Lot # 37 - Amish Quilt Dated 1953,
treadle machine pieced, hand quilted. Turquoise and cream with a double inside border. All cotton; 75" x 78". > Item Details
Blown Glass Storage Jars,
Lot # 412 - Blown Glass Storage Jars,
American, late 19th century, the pair of colorless glass jars with two applied rings, domed lids and applied finials; 7.75" and 11" high. > Item Details
Rookwood Vases by Carrie Steinle,
Lot # 448 - Rookwood Vases by Carrie Steinle,
American, two forms in Standard Glaze, 1899, with monogram C.S. for Caroline Frances Steinle (1892-1925). Includes a two handled cabinet vase with yellow floral decoration, #162D, 5.25" high; and a tricorn ewer with honeysuckle, #537F, 6.25" high. > Item Details
Joseph Clopper (1802-1861), Portrait Miniature,
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New Haven
Lot # 327 - New Haven "Columbia" 30 Day Regulator,
American, ca 1890s, of cherry. 30 day regulator timepiece made by the New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, CT. Labeled Patented Jan 19, 1892/Engl. Patent Dec. 3, 1889/New Haven Trademark USA; 46" high. > Item Details
Odd Fellows Currier & Kellogg Prints,
Lot # 31 - Odd Fellows Currier & Kellogg Prints,
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McKenney & Hall, <i>Tschusick, An Objiway Woman</i>,
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An Important Neo-Grec Parlor Suite with Marquetry Inlay,
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English Majolica Jardiniere and Pitcher,
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second half 19th century, of polychrome enameled tin glazed earthenware. Includes a jardiniere with cobalt medallions and panels, 7" high x 8.25" diameter, and a dragonfly and fan pitcher, 8" high. > Item Details
Odd Fellows Quiver with Arrows,
Lot # 27 - Odd Fellows Quiver with Arrows,
American, ca 1900. A carved and painted wooden emblem of the Independent Order of Odd Fellowship (IOOF). A faux carving of fletched arrows with quiver, painted a salmon color, with gilt and black decoration; 30" long. > Item Details
Georgian Mahogany Nightstand
Lot # 202 - Georgian Mahogany Nightstand
early 19th century. Nightstand with rectangular top, three-quarter gallery and carrying handles over a door with inlay band, all on square legs; 30"high x 14" wide x 14" deep. > Item Details
Brass Model 35 National Cash Register,
Lot # 328 - Brass Model 35 National Cash Register,
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Renaissance Revival <i>Casapanca</i>,
Lot # 400 - Renaissance Revival Casapanca,
probably English, late 19th century, walnut casapanca or hall bench form, in the 15th century style. The molded toprail above a guilloche border, the back panel centering a carved roundel with a coat of arms. Classical masks are mounted on plinth end supports and flank the hinged seat, all supported... > Item Details
Marine Scene, Monogrammed,
Lot # 186 - Marine Scene, Monogrammed,
American, 19th century, oil on canvas, depicting a vessel caught against a rocky coast, indistinctly monogrammed in lower right center. Housed in a gilt and gesso frame, and with patented stretcher clamps; 12" high x 20" wide (sight). > Item Details
Hudson River School View of the Hudson Highlands,
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American, 19th century, oil on canvas. A view of the Hudson Highlands with sailboats and a paddle wheeler in the distance. Unsigned. In a period lemon gilt frame; 18" high x 24" wide (sight). > Item Details
Cincinnati Classical Secretary Bookcase
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Federal Mirror with Églomisé Panel,
Lot # 99 - Federal Mirror with Églomisé Panel,
American, ca 1800-1825, in mahogany with pine secondary. The cornice with applied leaf and vine decoration, with reverse-painted panel with gilt and silvered urn and floral decoration; 42.25" high x 20.5" wide. > Item Details
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