11/11/2020 - Property from the Estate of Louis Hahn, Session I: Stoneware and Advertising

Upcoming Auction

November 11, 2020 10:00 AM EST Cincinnati


Cowan's is pleased to offer a selection of property from the Estate of Louis Hahn, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania. Session I (Lots 1-350) features the largest and most important Western Pennsylvania stoneware collection to appear in recent memory, along with other Midwestern stoneware, and a collection of advertising tins, signs and store displays.

Notable lots from this session include A Rare Apollo, Pennsylvania Five Gallon Stoneware Crock (Lot 87), An Important Ohio Stoneware Watercoolor with Patriotic Eagle (Lot 98), A Cobalt Double Eagle-Decorated Pennsylvania Ten Gallon Stoneware Crock (Lot 112), A Rare Paul Bogatay Signed Commission for the Maurice Knight Stoneware Company (Lot 167), A Rare Cream of 100% Pure Pennsylvania Oil Metal Sign (Lot 260), and A Humphrey's Veterinary Countertop Display Cabinet (Lot 313).

Limited In-Person Bidding Available
In compliance with the State of Ohio and CDC guidelines, we will be allowing no more than 30 in-person bidders for the auction of the Hahn Estate. Bidders must have a reservation and have completed our COVID Agreement to enter the saleroom for the auction. Bidders will be notified if they have been granted a reservation one week prior to the auction.

Due to the limited capacity, not all requests may be able to be accommodated. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your support as we strive to protect your health and safety, and the health and safety of our employees and other guests.

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Leah Vogelpohl
513-871-1670 x222

Session I: Stoneware & Advertising
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
10:00 am ET

Session II: Country Americana
Thursday, November 12, 2020
10:00 am ET

By Appointment Only

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A 25% buyer's premium will be added to each lot purchased absentee, on the phone, or on Cowan's Live. For all lots purchased through a third-party bidding platform, an additional 3% will be added by the third-party platform.