- Selling a diverse selection of antiques, special categories, period and decorative accessories, all removed from estates, private collections and old households. The auction commences with Old Firearms and moves directly to Old Toys, Decorated Stoneware, Roseville pottery, then Estate Antiques at approximately 11:00 a.m.
EARLIER FURNITURE: 38 in. Pilgrim Century graduated four drawer pine chest on bun feet. 39 in. Chippendale graduated four drawer chest (detail) on altered base. 34 in. 18th c. square tilt-top and 32 in. round top tea tables on tripod bases. Early 19th c. 39 in. clerk’s desk with glazed bookcase top. Stretcher-based 18th c. corner chair. Mid-19th c. mid-Atlantic mahogany pair slat back side and armchairs. Pair I.C. Tuttle branded birdcage Windsor side chairs. I. J. branded and paint-decorated Boston rocker. Scalloped apron pad foot Queen Anne mahogany drop leaf table (1, 2, 3, 4) with later 47 in. top. Early 19th c. reeded leg mahogany two drawer Pembroke table (detail) Empire 23 in. round top crotch mahogany-paneled drum table on fancy carved base. Fancy style Empire card table on sculpted base. 42 X 25 in. paint-decorated early 19th c. tap table. 19th c. 6 ft. swell front mahogany sideboard. Stretcher-based Chippendale ladderback and old red bow back Windsor youth chairs. Pair paint-decorated PA area thumb-back youth chairs. Other youth furniture. Whale-side shelf. Smoke and grain-painted storage boxes. 18th c. immigrant’s trunk, initialed J.M. for James Murphy, who moved to John’s Creek, Providence. 59 X 54 in. 19th c. pierced tin pie safe. Late 19th c. ball and claw foot lolling chair with out-turning arms. Selection of one and two drawer stands of differing description.
VICTORIAN AND EARLY 20TH C. FURNITURE: Clifford & Co. “Climax” Eastlake style walnut barber chair on brass feet. Fancy carved and inlaid three piece upholstered parlor group. Red-stained oriental multi-drawer two section chest with heavy iron hardware. Rattan perambulator. Fancy curly maple hatbox dresser with carved detail. Distinctive maple high-mirrored dresser and commode. Good marble top furniture. Marble inset oriental carved plantstand. Set of four grained firehouse windsors. Mission tall clock with leaded glass door. Mission wall clock. Other oak furniture, including talon foot round china cabinet, good library table, Mission rocker, 78 in. demi-lune executive desk, slant lid desk with mirrored gallery top, barrister bookcase, and double bed with carving. Glazed top dental cabinet. Fancy cast iron hall tree. Misc. occasional furniture.
FIREARMS AND MILITARY: Nine Stevens rifles and shotguns (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) from an old family collection, accompanied by an Augustus Francotte 12g. shotgun from another owner (detail 1, 2). Other guns (1 2, 3, 4, 5) Fancy lion pommel presentation sword presented to C.L. (?) Richardson. Download gun listing HERE.
OLD TOYS: including selection of fine Victorian cast iron horse-drawn toys from an old Providence family, other cast iron toys and mechanical and still banks from other households and an extensive selection of restored, partially restored and unrestored pressed steel vehicles from an old Exeter, NH collector. View Toy Lots HERE.
Single owner collection of DECORATED STONEWARE
Single owner collection of ROSEVILLE POTTERY
ESTATE CHINA, GLASSWARE AND POTTERY: Rare 13 ½ in.Weller owl-form lamp. Selection of Dedham, including 9 ½ in. covered casserole with rabbit border. Sarreguemines, Mougin and Filmont French art pottery, with pottery Filmont plaque. Bon Marche pottery peasant figures. Misc. American studio pottery. 13 ½ in. Christina Naranjo decorated Santa Clara blackware charger. 20 in. pottery charger depicting two crows with corn cobs. Distinctive 19 in. floral Amphorra vase. Floral painted and signed Wedgwood set of twelve 9 in. plates. Other colorful 19th c. china dinnerware and ornamental pieces. 11 ½ in. Beswick sheepdog. Noritake bamboo set. Limoges dessert set. Brown transferware. Better Victorian chamber set. Sandwich candlesticks. Cranberry coinspot. Fenton punch set. Good Victorian colored glassware. Sterling overlay cordial set. Early blown wines. Old bottles. Collection of early and good glass Christmas ornaments.
ESTATE JEWELRY: 19th and 20th c. gold and silver jewelry. Old cameos. Lady’s wristwatches, Model 67196 18k Rolex Oyster and Jaeger-LeCoultre 14k, both in orig. boxes. Other pocket watches. Large selection of costume jewelry.
ESTATE STERLING: tea sets, hollow-ware, flatware sets and fancy table accessories. Fancy silverplate, including unusual 26 in. rotating centerpiece of serving dishes with tureen center.
OLD LIGHTING: 18th c. iron cruzies and other early metallic and glass hand and sparking lamps. Victorian table lighting. Bridge lamps.
WOODENWARE AND FOLKART: 18th c. Spanish religious needlework. English 18th c. pictorial needlework. Percy Perkins branded teal drake decoy. ME coot decoy. Caylles and R.C. Coburn carved miniature birds. Pine Ridge Reservation Indian beadwork bag. Stately tramp art jewelry or trinket box. Oversized lignum vitae mortar and pestle. Model cabin made from wood from the Abe Lincoln plantation. Graphic 19th c. carved Meerschaum pipe depicting hunter and his dog. Early 6 in. carved stone dog (1, 2).
VINTAGE CLOTHING, TEXTILES AND RUGS: Men’s and ladies’ 19th c. clothing, hats, bags and accessories. Raccoon coat and other ladies’ furs. Early wedding dress. Other whites and colored pieces. Old linens. Graphic quilts. Handmade paisley. 1841 PA coverlet with patriotic detail. 6’9 X 4’2 Navajo rug. Colorful rag rugs. Rare and colorful knit-covered bottlecap art hot dish mats. 10’ X 12’6 Heriz and oriental scatter rugs.
ARCHITECTURAL AND GARDEN: Graphic 54 in. early 20th c. Moosehead Lake (ME) rentals sign. 24 X 40 in. 1920-1930 folky painted tin weathervane depicting crescent moon, stars and space rocket, removed from Candia, NH shed roof. 19th c. 84 in. metallic finial from Indiana firehouse. 69 in. metallic cross ornament from 1880’s local church. Architectural wooden posts and finials. Misc. garden accessories and decoration.
PERIOD AND DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES: Pair of stately 43 in. blue and white late 19th c. Chinese temple vases. Rare Hartzell 9 ft. wooden propeller (1, 2) for a PT-1 bi-plane. 19th c. 34 in. wooden peg leg. Lot of Marian Weeber buttons and other buttons. Inlaid and baleen-collared yarn swift with North Haven and Belfast, ME family provenance. Commem. Austrian Unification medal. 10 X 13 in. Japanese bronze ornamental elephant. Thieble figural gilt bronze three piece mantle clock set. Other French, German and American shelf and carriage clocks. Old desk accessories. Pal-Bell Israeli bronze ewer. Indian silver on brass birth platter. Good floral and Old Salt doorstops. Collection of early 20th c. figural souvenir soaps. Beaded fruit and decoration. Rare pewter dog and Eskimo ice cream molds. Steiff animals (1). Old dollhouse furniture. 19th c. “Laurence” decorated sled. Lodge and brass medallion andirons and fireplace accessories.
OLD BOOKS, PAPER AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Geneva (Breeches) Bible, 1606 (London, Robert Barker. Nostradamus’ Propheties, dated 1568. New Testament, 1569, printed by Gryphius with wood cuts by Jacob Faber. Constitutions of Free and Accepted Masons, 1798, printed by Isiah Thomas. Josephus’ Works, 2 vols., 1825. Early English herbal and fortune-telling books. Two disbound vols. 1898 Harper’s Weekly. 18th c. framed maps, Map of New England and New York (Lamb, Sc.) and Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova. April 8, 1868 Senate Chamber ticket for Impeachment of the President. 1842-1854 handwritten ledger book of the Records of Fitzwilliam, NH Temperance Society. 1877 Prang view of Boston. Nine framed vintage Life magazines with Marilyn Monroe covers. Graphic and colorful 1870 West Hanover, PA horse auction broadside and photo of the town constable. Walton’s 1890’s multi-part Deluxe Edition of The Army and Navy of the U.S. Keystone and other stereo views. Framed Helen Hayes inscribed photo, letter and lipstick blot on a napkin from Joseph’s. V.E. Day newspaper front page. WWII souvenir paper. Travel ephemera. Old post cards. 19th c. family photo albums. Vintage Bausch & Lomb slide projector and large selection of 4 X 3 in. slides.
OLD PAINTINGS, PRINTS AND SCULPTURE: 19th two part, four section, folding Japanese screen, (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) the painted panels depicting the four seasons. 28 Japanese woodblock prints, sold singly and in small lots, viewable HERE. 29 X 24 in. Frans Snyders labeled o/c, Hunting Dogs (stretcher detail). 25 X 42 in. Scott Leighton o/c of couple in horse-drawn carriage and another Leighton, 28 X 27 in., of two horses by a stable. 19 ½ X 27 ½ in. Anton Otto Fischer o/c of brook in winter. 15 X 18 ½ in. E. Bellini, Cariole. Ten works by Simka Simkhovitch. 15 X 18 in. seascape oil of sailing craft with uniformed crew (Chatham, MA provenance). 1919 L.D. Norton framed triptych of 8 X 11 in. coastal view pastels. 1933 12 X 18 in. L.D. Norton pastel of fishing shacks. 20 X 8 in. Henry Strater drawing of female nude and folio of Strater prints. 30 X 25 in. 19th c. o/c portrait of William Wilkins, Danvers, MA. 26 X 22 in. framed oil portraits of James Madison Sargent and Lydia Parrott Sargent of Marblehead, MA, c. 1840. 18 X 21 in. Robert Brachman still life o/c, A Bag of Vegetables. 9 X 6 in. H.B. Brabazon w/c street scene. 23 X 29 in. C.W. Anderson pastel of standing horse, Man o’ War, and Anderson’s 28 X 20 in. pastel of rearing horse. 24 X 18 in. W. Petroff 1930 o/c, Mosque Sultan Ahmed. Greg Harris 24 X 20 in. o/c of seated lady in a garden. 14 X 20 in. o/c of the American schooner W.J. Lermond. 23 X 29 in. 19th c. seascape o/c of sailing ships by the shore. George Thomas Nantucket w/c of sailboats by the shore. Signed Julie 19th c. 15 X 19 in. o/c of a resting St. Bernard. Edward Watkins, 1923, bronze head of baby. Other decorative works.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash or approved check. Mastercard and Visa accepted. 15% Buyer’s Premium. 5% ME Sales Tax applies to all purchases without copy of current resale exemption certificate. Written or oral descriptions subject to error or omission. ** Absentee bids close at 9:30 a.m. on auction day. **Food and refreshments available.
DIRECTIONS: From I-95, take Exit 7 (The Yorks) and follow to U.S. Rte. One. Take left on U.S. Rte. One and follow 2/10 mi. to the Goodwin Building on the right at the corner of Raydon Rd. SEE MAP
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