The Goodwin Building
611 U. S. Route One
Saturday Morning June 27, 2015
Previews Friday, June 26, from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.,
From 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. on the Day of Sale
Or by Appointment, Highly Suggested
In addition to our usual diverse offering of antiques, period and decorative accessories removed solely from estates, private collections and old households, we will feature select items from the estate of a direct descendant of Sir Wm. Pepperrell, the historic Moody family of York, ME and select additions from Hap Moore’s own private collection.
The auction will include the following. Early Formal, Country and Painted Furniture. N.E. Folk Art. Weathervanes. Folk and other Paintings. Early original paint Pantry and other Boxes and Domestic Woodenware. Early American Forged Iron household items. Landscape, Figural and Geometric Hooked Rugs. Samplers and Textiles. Better 18th through 20th c. Glassware, China, Pottery and Lighting. Earthworm Mocha. Grueby and other good Art Pottery. Estate Jewelry and Silver. G. Stickley #633 Library Table. Peter Hunt furniture. Fine Early Books and Historic Paper, including a 1728 Sir William Pepperrell letter in New Hampshire’s Piscataqua Region concerning the sale of ships’ masts and a book owned by him, A Grammar of the English Tongue, signed by him in 1724. More of interest from better local estates.
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