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 1. James Abbot McNeill Whistler, (American, 1843-1903), etching, "Billingsgate", signed in print l.r. "Whistler 1859", good condition, framed and glazed, 6" x 8 3/4" (sight).  

Anders Leonard Zorn (Swedish, 1860-1920), etching, figure in a fur coat, signed in plate l.c., overall toning, framed and glazed, 9 1/4" x 6 1/4" (sight).


Alphonse Legros, (British, 1837-1911), two framed and glazed prints: "The Beggar", signed in plate, overall toning, good condition, 5 1/4" x 10 1/2" (sight); and "Portrait of Man with Beard" (self portrait?), signed in plate, good condition, 6 3/8" x 9 1/2" (sight).


Collection of 19th c. Honore Daumier prints, from "Le Charivari", social satires and character studies, loose-leaf, approximately 35 in a folder.   


Louis Vuitton trunk, padded interior, partial label on interior back of bottom section, leather interior straps, two interior fitted boxes, cloth covered with wood strap reinforcements, brass hallmarked rivets and corners, brass side handles, shipping labels, fair to good overall condition, 13" h, 44" l, 22" d.   




Louis Vuitton valise/trunk, completely fitted interior with five drawers, hangers and original cloth, leather label, #97486D written under the label, good condition, 17" h, 45" l, 21 1/2" d. 


17th/18th c. European miniature portrait on copper, of a lady in a tall fluted white collar, pearl necklace, oval brass frame, minor paint loss, 2 3/4" (sight).   


19th c. miniature portrait on ivory, oval, of a young gentleman, resembling a young Edgar Allan Poe, c. 1820-1830, gilded brass frame, 1 3/4" h.   


Pair of American miniature portraits on ivory, of a man and wife, descended through the Dudley family of Massachusetts, original eglomise glass liners with gilt oval openings, original carved wood frames, both show minor paint loss, 2" (sight), 7" x 6 1/2" frames.   


Rare 18th c. American burl mortar, ash, old patina, three bands above foot, 6 1/2" h, 6 1/2" dia, 3 1/4" h pedestal base.    


Small 19th c. country pine stepback cupboard, blue painted finish, molded top board over two raised panel doors, interior with cubbyholes and shelves, bottom with two raised panel doors, all on chamfered legs, Canadian origin, 5' 1" h, 3' 2" w. 


Oriental rug, Persian, brown field with red geometric floral, four borders, 6' x 12'.   


Oriental rug, Hamadan runner, red field with blue florets, 2' 8" x 15'.   


Oriental rug, Persian silk scatter, purple central medallion, 4' x 6'.    


Rembrandt van Rijn, Dutch, 1606-1669), etching, Self portrait with Saskia, Bartsch 19, signed and dated 1636, 4.1" x 3.8".   


 Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669), etching, Three Beggars Receiving Alms at a Door, signed and dated 1648, Bartsch 176, 6 5/8" x 4 1/2". 


Paulus Potter (Dutch, 1625-1654) etching, Portrait of a Bull, signed and dated 1650, 4 1/2" x 6".   

 11C. Johann Heinrich Roos (1631-1685), pencil drawing of reclining ram, signed l.l. "J.H. Roos", shows a repair,       4 3/4" x 6 3/4"  

19th c. oil on canvas, New England winter scene, snowy landscape, man with axe crossing a bridge over a pond, Cape Cod house with barn in background, figure standing in the doorway of barn, finely detailed, in the style of  George Durrie, original gilded frame, 21 1/4" x 29 1/2". 


19th c. oil on panel, harbor scene with fishing boat, wooden dock with figures and two fishermen pulling red sails on rough surf, tall ship in a mist, Nova Scotia background, (after C.H. Gifford style), 7 3/4" x 12".   


Oil on panel, northern New England landscape, barns and red house and rolling hills with mountains in background, signed l.r. "Ned Walker", original carved gilt frame, 16" x 20".   


Andrew Andrews, American (1837 - ) 19th c. oil on canvas, American harbor scene with lighthouse, depicting tall ship grounded at harbor, men unloading barrels, nets and large anchor on shore, with wagons and horses in water at low tide,  signed l.l. "A. Andrews", original frame, 22" x 27". 


18th c. New England, maple, pencil post canopy bed, octagonal head posts, fluted foot posts, pine headboard in red stain, older refinished condition, with flat pine canopy, 88" h, 74" l, 58" w. 


George Frederick Wright, American (1828 - 1881), listed in 14 books on Am. art and referenced as being in Yale University Gallery of Art, 19th c. oil on canvas, two ships at sea on a foggy evening coming into harbor, one "coming about", signed l.r. G. F. Wright (American), in deep reticulated silver and gilt frame, 17 1/2" x 25 1/2" (sight) - 30" x 38" in frame.    


Two 11" x 14" photographs of child actress Shirley Temple at a dinner with Maurice J. Tobin, Mayor of Boston, one is signed in black ink "To Mayor Tobin, Love, Shirley Temple", c. 1938.   


Autographed 11" x 14" photograph of Maurice J. Tobin, Mayor of Boston, at a dinner sitting with child actress Shirley Temple and an unidentified lady in a hat, and standing next to the Mayor, the actor Jack Haley (tin man in "Wizard of Oz"), signed in black ink "To Mayor Tobin, Sincerely Jack Haley.", c. 1938.   


Autographed 11" x 14" photograph of child actress Shirley Temple and Mrs. Maurice Tobin at a dinner, signed in blue ink "To Mrs. Tobin Love, Shirley Temple.", c. 1938.   


19th c. green marble three-piece pedestal, octagonal to round base, with foliate decoration, rope turned column, 36" h.   


19th c. marble bust of young Netherlands woman, finely worked lace trimmed bonnet, with edge of a matching dress, along with tulip, age lines and minor imperfections at bonnet, 23" h. 


Charles Henry Gifford, American (1839-1904), oil on canvas of Fairhaven Poverty Point (pencil on back), depicting a fish house, girl with shawl (said to be his daughter) and seated boy on shore overlooking Poverty Point, signed l.r. "C.H. Gifford", (Charles Henry Gifford, American 1839-1940), in original gold leaf frame, 8 3/4" x 14".  


18th c. New England mahogany Chippendale drop leaf dining table, rectangular top over a cutout carved skirt, finely carved legs terminating in claw and ball feet, 27 1/2" h, 4' l, 48" d (with leaves up).   


Charles Henry Gifford, American (1839-1904), watercolor of a Fairhaven moonlit scene, two fishermen on shore working by lamp light, signed l.r. "C.H. Gifford", in original frame and matting, 9 3/4" x 13 3/4" (sight), 18" x 22" in frame.   


Charles Henry Gifford, American (1839-1904), oil on canvas, seashore with large rocky outcropping, signed l.l. "C.H. Gifford", some paint loss along lower edge, carved wood frame, 9" x 15".   


Charles Henry Gifford, American (1839-1904), oil on canvas, signed l.r. "C.H. Gifford, Study", Lake George, island with pines and mountain in background, original gilt frame, 7" x 11 1/4".   

 24. Oil on canvas, interior scene of a young woman holding up her child to show an elderly man holding grapes, with chicks and turkeys, etc., signed l.l. "E. Zampighi", (Edwardo Eugenio Zampighi, 1859-1944), original carved and gilded frame, 22" x 30".  

French 19th c. style armchair, carved and gilded fruitwood, upholstered back, seat and arms.   


Clarence E. Braley (American 1854-1927), watercolor of an inlet in New Bedford, with snow over marshes against a bright blue sky, signed l.r. "C. Braley", framed and matted, 11 5/8" x 21 5/8" (sight). 


Mid 20th c. watercolor of New Bedford dock, harbor scene with people promenading, clipper ships, signed l.r. "Louis Sylvia", 13 3/4" x 18". 



Ross Sterling Turner (American, 1847-1915), watercolor interior of European cathedral, titled "Palling, 78" (St. Margarets, Sea Palling, England, North Norfolk), and signed l.r. "Ross Turner", framed and glazed, 29" x 20" (sight).   


Oriental rug, Persian silk, blue field, central oval medallion, people, birds, butterflies, 6' 6" x 9' 9".    


Oriental rug, Persian silk in pink, floral, 4' x 6'.  


Oriental rug, Persian Hamadan scatter, red with blues and black, 4' 4" x 6' 6".   

 29. 18th c. portrait of a young gentleman, in a brown velvet coat with tall white collar, landscape in background with billowing clouds  

18th c. Massachusetts walnut lowboy, molded top over single long drawer with family history dating back to 1620, over three smaller dovetailed drawers with shell carved central drawer, finely carved cabriole legs terminating on pad feet, original brass hardware, tightened inside with minor imperfections, 30" h, 31" w, 18 1/2" d.   

 31. Rare stained and leaded glass panel of a standing Royal woman, under a multi-colored stone archway surrounded by rampant lions, upper corners depicting Daniel and the lion and Moses with two tablets, signed "Heinrich Grebel, 1548", 16 1/2" x 11".   

Late 19th c. stained and leaded glass arched window, with central oval picture of an 18th c. gentleman in tri-corner hat and white wig admiring a ladies shoe, finely executed, 33" h, 29" w.    


19th c. pastel on paper, of a young lady in pink with white shawl in front of a gilded mirror, carved wood gilded frame with original glass, E. Richards (Ella), 18" x 14 1/2". 


 Pair of 20th c. watercolors on paper, both signed "Allan Jones", Mexican village landscape with figures on donkeys, and a hacienda with two figures resting with donkeys in front and tree with crows, framed and glazed, 14 1/4" x 10 1/4", 13 1/2" x 9 1/4" (sight). 


Cast iron bench, nautical theme with three brass panels of tall ships and anchors, 31" h, 58" l.   


Four Civil War documents: An Appointment of George Hatch, to Sergeant in Co. C., Sixth Regiment, U.S. Vet Vols. Sept 4, 1865; A Muster to Service for George Hatch, Co. K, 12th Regt. Mass. Volunteers June 1861 and Transferred to the Invalid Corps. Nov 2, 1863; and two formal Discharge Documents with eagle and arrows logo/emblem at the top for George Hatch in service from 1861 to 1864, born in Scituate, Mass., 42 years of age, dated July 21 1864; and after reinlistment, another formal Discharge Document for Sergeant George Hatch, dated April 6, 1866, Washington, DC.   


Two vols. of Record of the Mass. Volunteers, 1861-1865, Vol. I and II, Boston 1868 and 1870, good condition, cloth covers, deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society.   


 Twelve bound copies of the Hingham Patriot weekly newspaper, 1838-1842, 1844, 1846-1848, and a copy of the Hingham Gazette, 1827-1828, starting with Vol. 1, H1, missing its front cover; two of William W. Wilder leather labels on front covers, lot includes Vol. 1, #1, of the Hingham Patriot, Mon July 2, 1838, some loose copies, great Hingham history.   


Slave documents: Rare and unusual collection of 11 handwritten bills of sale for slaves dating from 1842 to 1864, mostly to a Mr. Joseph Silver, i.e., "New Orleans Feb 16 1843, For and in consideration of the Sum of Six Hundred dollars. I hereby sell my Boy Jim, a mulatto to Mrs. Joseph Silver of Mobile, Margaret Abrams; a cancelled bill of sale for a negro man named Jack of a dark complexion aged abought forty five years or upwards, "This bill of sale is cancelled for a valuable consideration"; Mobile May 30 1845... Five Hundred Dollars in full for a boy named Aaron of a dark complexion about nineteen...warranted to be sound and healthy with the exception of a defect in the right eye... Catherine Ayers; Mobile Jan 8 1846, Reed, from Joseph Silver, Six hundred and fifty dollars, for negro boy, Emanuel, a blacksmith together with the tools belonging to said negro... B.H. Mulligan; Mobile Feb 1 1851, Twenty Two Hundred Dollars for six negro slaves for life as folllows, John aged about 28, Eady or Fannie aged about the same, Catherine, aged about six years, Carnelia aged about four and a half years, Alexander aged about three years, Nelson aged about one year, all of dark complexion. The last four mentioned are the children of Eady or Fanny & John. Said Negros I guarantee to be slaves for life, sound in body and mind...except for John, who is slightly ruptured... L.M. Wilson; Tensaw May 9 '64...when I proposed to sell J. Silver this day my boy Frank, he advised me to keep him and offered to aid me in purchasing a house and render me any assistance in his power to save said boy, feeling a sympathy for me as a Soldier, but I have desided (sic) to sell said Boy against his advice, believing it my interest to make the sale. G.W. Tunstall, et al."


Slave documents: Ten (10) printed receipts of "auctioneers" and "Negro Brokers" with written script in ink of names, dates, place, value, and Trustees, of black slaves, primarily drawn from the accounts of "Joseph Silver" i.e.: Richmond, Va Feb 28 1861, Received of Joseph Silver "One Thousand" Dollars, being in full for the purchase of "One" Negro Slave named "Elizabeth" Pulliam, Auctioneers, Odd Fellows Hall, Richmond Virginia; Atlanta, Ga "Dec 23", 1862, Received of "Joseph Silver" Sixteen Hundred Dollars... one Negro Slave named "Ann, about nineteen years old", warrent her sound and healthy..., "Durham & Riley",... Robt. M. Clarke, Commission Merchant and Negro Broker. Nine documents measuring approximately 8" x 2 1/2" on blue and white paper, and one document 7 3/4" x 12 1/2", bluish paper, titled "Bill of Sale of A Slave" sum of "Twenty Four Hundred" Dollars to us in hand paid by "Goode Ouleriche" of Mobile County,... certain negro slaves named "Wilson aged about Twenty Two Years Black..., John aged about fifteen years - Black. ...May 1st 1858. Elizabeth Davis". On the reverse in ink "We transfer our interest in the within Bill of Sale to Jos. Silver without recourse to us, Mobile 15 May 1855. Goode Ouleriche", good condition, fold lines.  

Slave documents: Collection of 11 rare handwritten Bills of Sale, etc. of slaves dated 1844 to 1864, i.e., "Reed, Mobile July 18 1858 of Joseph Silver Eight Hundred and Forty Five Dollars in full for a Negro Boy named Edmond belonging to the Estate of John Killcrease deceased and sold for division among the heirs of said Estate..."; "Received Harford County, Maryland Nov 13 1857... Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars... for one Negro man Slave named Charles Stewart aged about Twenty Nine years of a dark complexion... Richard Galloway (X - his mark)"; "Received Mobile Jan 9 1843 from Joseph Silver One Hundred Dollars in full for a Negro Boy Jack...sound in boddy (sic) and mind the decline of years and knee only excepted... A.W. Ethridge to J. Silver Sale of Man Jack"; "Rec. Mobile Feb 28 1844 from Joseph Silver Six Hundred Dollars in full for a negro Boy named Jess aged about fourteen years... Margaret X Collins (her mark)"; "Mobile 2nd April 1856, Rec. from Joseph Silver Nine Hundred Dolls. for a Negro Boy named Abner. Said Negro is of a copper complexion and about 23 years old..."; "Rec. Tensaw, Baldwin County Alabama. Feb 1 1861...Sixteen Hundred and Four Dollars in full pay for four negros of the following names...Lena a woman aged about forty years and her three children Bob or Peter about six years and his twin sister Sarah aged six years, and David...three years, said negroes are of a dark complexion Slaves for Life,...guarantee to be sound, healthy and intelligent... B.N. Davis, et. al., all on blue, brown and white paper, unlined and lined.  

Slave documents: Important collection of ten (10) handwritten Bills of Sale, Notices, legal documents pertaining to Negro slaves from the 1840's to 1860's, i.e., a letter of declaration of intent dated 1848, Phillins County, Arkansas, appointing a Thomas Bradley, Attorney, to demand and claim "very negro man Major, who ran away or has been stolen from me, and to dispose of said negroe as he may choose..., R.G.H. Holder March 9, 1848"; and a later bill of sale to Joseph Silver... "for one Molato (sic) Man named Major aged about 25 years, by P. Thomas Bradley, for RGH Holder, to defend the title of said negro named Magar (sic)...Seventeenth day of November 1848, City of New Orleans...,"; "Recd. from Jos. Silver One Hundred Dollars for the hire of my boy from January 1, 1864 to December 12, 1864, G.W. Tunstall."; A promissory note of Five Hundred Dollars drawn on the Bank of Mobile and serving as collateral, a negro man slave named Hank...March 24, 1853"; "Recd. of Joseph Silver the sum of Sixteen Thousand Six Hundred Dollars for the negroes - Silva, a woman aged about 30 years, and her two children, Nancy a girl about six years and Lagor, an infant, Little Ben, a man of age 22 years. - Mary a girl of the age of 15 and Jim a boy of the age of eleven, probated Nov 1864"; "Mobile April 1846, recd. from Joseph Silver Eight Hundred Dollars...for one Negro man named Edward of a dark complexion aged about twenty one years, also one brown horse Mule, one gray horse, one Dray and one lumber waggon (sic) the property being the same that was the Sheriff of Mobile 1845, et al.".  

Oriental roomsize rug, Persian, blue field, beige border, central medallion, 10' x 7'.  


Oriental rug, Persian runner, soft pink center, white and light brown border, 2' 6" x 8' 10". 


Oil on canvas, fall landscape with river, male rider on horseback and a woman leaning on rocky outcrop, birch trees on right, signed l.r. "J. Paulman", exceptional shell carved 8" frame, very good "as found" condition, 20" x 30".   


Late 19th c. carved mahogany corner chair, claw and ball foot, pierced splats, carved arms, finely carved, inset green velvet seat.   


Contemporary original woodcut print of a Samurai, signed l.r. "John Ross, 59", (9/12), in a gilt ridged frame, 32" x 21" (sight).  (possibly John T. Ross -print maker, listed on askart)  


Victorian oak sideboard, exceptionally carved crest depicting a winged griffin with pierced foliate carvings and scrolls, over a flat carved and molded top over three drawers with scroll carved fronts, over three cupboard doors, central section with carved winged putti flanking a tall base framed in a heavy molding, the outer doors depicting sea serpent/dragons with scrolls and flowers, both over a single drawer with original brass pulls, heavy molded base, all on turned bun feet, 51" h, 70" w.   


Henry William Cannon, California  (1862 - 1939),  oil on board of impressionistic landscape, trees by water, signed l.l. "H.W. Cannon", painted with heavy palette, in faux bamboo frame, 9 1/2" x 11 1/2".

Listed in Hughes - Artists in California: 1786-1940 

 44. Oriental rug, roomsize Persian Kashan, blue field, vases, birds, animals, caligraphy, curvilinear floral designs, 9' 9" x 12' 7".  
 44A. Oriental rug, Persian Karajeh runner, reds and blues, 3' 6" x 13' 6".  
 44B. Oriental rug, Persian Kashan scatter, red field, deer at both ends, 4' 9" x 6' 9".  
 44C. Oriental rug, Persian Heriz/Karajeh, red field, wool pile, 13' 2" x 10' 1".  

19th c. cast iron hitching post, horses head with ring through its mouth, foliate cast column, 3' 6" h.   


Exceptional Folk Art carved and painted stagecoach, with driver in a yellow hat, and four fully carved and finely dovetailed horses, mounted on wood platform, stagecoach with hinged door, interior with seats, baggage storage on top, coach light, working wood brake, carved wood springs, horses fully outfitted with all bridles, reins, and yokes, 14" h, 39" l.   


Exceptional Folk Art carved and painted timber sleigh, winter dressed driver, hat with flaps, hauling nine logs on red skids, four fully carved Clydesdales, outfitted with complete yokes and reins, mounted on a snow painted base, 15" h, 57" l.   

 47. Oil on canvas, 19th c. American painting of a three-masted clipper ship in full sail, all original, stretcher stenciled "Hollis & Wheeler, Boston, Ma", "painted by Charles Martine 1848" in pencil on stretcher, found on South Shore, 14 1/4" x 20" (sight  

19th c. oval wooden bowl, hand carved, decorated with interior oil on wood with painting of a sailing schooner with wave, signed "M E Jones", 9" x 16".   


19th c. Folk Art portrait of a gentleman, with high white collar and brown frock coat, tuft styled hair and green eyes, scalloped background, lined on canvas, 27 1/2" x 24".   


18th c. maple and pine, New England, Governor Winthrop slant lid desk, dovetailed case, stepped interior with two drawers, cubbyholes above, pegged and molded lid, above four graduated drawers, all on a bracket base, minor imperfections, old refinished surface, found in Duxbury, Mass., 37" w.   


18th c. New England maple transitional side chair with carved ears, solid shaped slat, turned front stiles with turned oak front stretcher, front ball feet, early rush seat.  


Early 20th c. offset lithograph poster, "Carter the Great, The World's Weird Wonderful Wizard", oval logo l.r. "The Otis Lithograph Co., Cleveland, O., 4619-M", three-panel poster backed on linen, very good condition, 77" h, 41" w.  


Early 20th c. offset lithograph poster, "Carter the Great, A Baffling Chinese Mystery, The Elongated Maiden", "A Pretty Chinese Girl Tied to a Torture Rack...", yellow oval logo l.r. "The Otis Lithograph Co., Cleveland, O., 4757-M", linen backed, three panels, very good condition, 79" h, 41" w.   


Early 20th c. offset lithograph poster, "Carter the Great, The Modern Priestess of Delphi", "Your Mind is an Open Book to her", yellow oval logo l.r. "The Otis Lithograph Co., Cleveland, O., 4620-M", linen backed, three panels, very good condition, 77" h, 41" w.   


Cut silhouette of William Williams, 18th c. Connecticut Representative and signer of the Declaration of Independence, in period gilt frame.    


19th c. political poster, "Our Peoples Choice and Pride", depicting "General Ulysses S. Grant, the Republican Candidate for President", with a smaller picture of "Hon. Schuyler Colfax, the Republican Candidate for Vice President", by "Haasis & Lubrecht Publishers, No. 107 Liberty St. NY.", "year 1868", fair condition, tears, stains, missing small pieces, found in Maine, (original wood rollers are included), 36" x 30".    


Exceptional mid 19th c. Rose Medallion, palace size lidded urn, with original bronzed strapped fittings, gilded finial, eight scenic panels, early repair under lid, with interior imperfections, 25" h, 14" dia.   

 56. 20th c. oil on canvas, American portrait of a seated gentleman, holding a book next to a table with glass vase of yellow and red flowers, blue drape background, signed l.l. "Martha Walters" (1875-1976), studied under William Merritt Chase, large carved and gilded frame, 40" x 36".  

Oil on canvas, 19th c. European scene of man riding horse avoiding charge of hill, wild animals in herd against earthy terrain, with mountains in background at sunset, in gilt frame, 8" x 17" (sight).   


An exceptional French ormolu Louis Philippe gilt bronze sculptural mantel clock, faux incense salter finial top with ring and shaped handles and scrolled feet, over a mansard shaped platform covered with four turned and shaped urn finials, filigree worked case in intricate foliate and scroll designs, footed scroll leaf base, dial with individual enamel chapters with blue enamel Roman numerals, signed "Raingo, Fres, Paris" on white enamel, 24" h, 14 1/2" w, 8" d.   


Georges Rouault (French, 1871-1958), Gouache on paper laid on cardboard, of two clowns, blue and pink, holding cups, signed l.r. "G. Rouault", large period wood frame, beveled, with highly textured surface in a copper/bronze, brought back post WWII (1948-50) from France, 18 1/4" x 15 1/4".   


Chinese carved four-panel, brass hinged, latticework screen, open work with medallions in a maze, 72" h, 72" open.   


Pair of 19th c. blue and white Chinese urns, with iconogray lucky bats, flared lips, foo dog handles, 23" h, 9" dia.   


Reclining Chinese Buddha, carved wood, holding a sacred nut, 13" h, 26" w. 



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Two 19th c. Japanese vases: larger vase with flared lip, raised decoration on the shoulder, multi-figured scenic panels with elders, ladies in waiting, Royal guard, etc., signed, 7 1/2" h; smaller vase with four panels showing samurai and soldiers, signed, 5" h; both in very good condition.   


Oil on academy board of "The Scholar", by Maurice Libby, in gold leaf frame, 20" x 24" (sight).   


Maurice Utrillo, Gouache Au Pochoir, colorful French village scene, framed and glazed, 10" x 13" (sight).   


Two cut marble top French 19th c. style veneered swell front matching commodes, two drawers with brass ormolu.    


Two paintings, gouache tempera on board, European harbor scenes of boats with people and buildings in city, signed l.r. "Y. Blossier", 5 1/2" x 7 3/4".   


Ferdinando Fambrini, artist
Italian, active 18th century, two 18th c. Italian stone lithographs of tall masted ships, "Frigate Danimarchese", and the "Nave Russa" showing 100 cannons, both by Fambrini, both framed and glazed.   


Pair of French 19th c. style upholstered side chairs, carved and gilded frames, light background upholstery.   


Pair of French 19th c. style armchairs, carved and gilded frames, yellow fleur-de-lis upholstery, frames match Lot 68.   


19th c. French style love seat, carved and gilded frames, yellow fleur-de-lis upholstery, matches Lot 69, 50" w.   


Sterling silver flatware, setting for 10, International, "Royal Danish", includes carving knife, cake knife, etc., and approximately 30 extra pieces.   


Silver (800) snuff box, rectangular with hinged lid, hallmarked with "E" and crown, and "G.D." over "H" in circle, decorated with repousse basket of flowers and fruit with detailed borders. 


Marked "Tiffany & Co." sterling container in the shape of a peanut, gilded interior, conceived and designed for a Jimmy Carter company/family gathering, made in Mexico, 2" l.   


Collection of sterling silver including snuff, scissors, bureau jars, perfume, tongs, fork, and olive spoon.    


Veneered and marquetry inlaid cabinet, satinwood banding with burled mahogany veneers, urn with floral inlaid door, bronze ormolu sides, three-drawer top, with cut marble.   

 75. Exceptional bronze statue of the classical figure Antigone holding the sacred vessel, titled "Antifonh" in a banner at base, 42" h.  
 75A. Persian brass trumpet-shaped vase, intricate etched designs with silver overlay, bulbous shaft, raised circular base, 18" h.  

Sterling silver tray, octagonal/serpentine shape, monogrammed "G", 16 1/2".   


Coin silver ladle, engraved with rampant lion and cross, monogrammed with "SA", hallmarked, E. Watson, crowned lion, E, star and bird, 13 1/2" l.   


Collection of sterling to include: fluted vase, carving set, nut trays, salt and pepper, two cut glass bureau jars, assorted serving pieces, napking ring with engraved eagles, pepper grinder, etc. (25 pieces).   


Collection of sterling silver: serving forks, spoons, soups, sugar tongs, etc. (approximately 30 pieces). 

 77. 19th c. walnut, with burl wood veneers, Davenport desk, carved gallery top, slant leather covered lid, opening to two drawers and compartments, right side with paneled door opening to four small dovetailed drawers, overhung front supported on paw feet.  
 77A. Sterling silver water pitcher, marked "Poole", good condition, 9" h.  

19th c. looking glass, molded top with reverse glass panel, red roofed houses with lake and large trees, split balustrade side columns with rosettes, old finish, 38 1/2" h, 22 1/2" w (top), 18 1/2" w (sides).   


19th c. looking glass, Continental, elaborately carved crest, with angelic putti wearing a crown/basket of fruit, scroll foliate designs with grapes, shells, beveled mirror, carved "fleur-de-lis" base, 4' x 26".   


French style scalloped top pier table, matched mahogany and rosewood veneers, central cross stretchers wtih putti holding a floral wreath, legs trimmed with brass ormolu and brass capped feet, 31" h, 25" d.   


Custom hanging banjo clock, gilt metal eagle finial, dial signed "Smith Patterson Co", reverse painted glasses, eagles, shields, tall ships signed "Hull.", weight driven, 33" l.   


19th c. mahogany firescreen in the classical Empire style, veneered frame with needlepoint floral design, turned bottom post with trifooted base on ball feet, 64" h, 20" x 20" screen.   


Oil on canvas, European pastoral scene, shephard with dogs and sheep on road to town with town in background, signed l.r. "H. D. Williams, 1876.", early gilt frame, canvas stencil marked on reverse "Colin...A. Paris", 12" x 17 1/2".   


Harry E(lliott) Sylvester  (1860 - 1921) , Massachusetts, watercolor on paper, signed l.r. "Old Fish House at Lanesville, Mass. 1891", H.E. Sylvester, tall masts in background, fish houses and upturned dory on left, 9 1/2" x 13" (sight).   


Two William Paskell watercolors, both signed l.l. "William Paskell"; one of a Cape Cod style house on a dirt road, the other of a man in a rowboat on an inlet with mountains in the background; both original frame and matting, 12 1/2" x 17 3/4" (sight). 




Continental style, serpentine top, bowfront settee, foliate carved frame, scallop and rosette carved base, yellow and blue striped upholstery, 43" h, 7' l.   


Steiff collection of eight birds and animals to include two parrots with green glass eyes, (one tagged "Lora-5"), 10" h; owl with glass eyes, metal tagged, 4" h; skunk 7" l; zebra, black glass eyes, tag missing, 5 1/2" h; camel, black glass eyes, tag missing, 6" h; parakeet with long tail, black glass eyes, 8" l; white dove with black glass eyes, paper tagged and metal tag, 9" h. 


First quarter 20th c. doll house, red roof, four windows in back, four rooms with removable staircase into upper hallway, with furniture.   

 88. Victorian wood and wire exotic bird cage, painted brown in the form of a solarium, bowed wire top section surmounted by a wooden pediment, the central section with raised molded top over 16 arched windows with wire, wood latched door at the bottom of both sides, on a square leg base, 6' 3" h, 3' w, 22" d.  

George Arthur Hays (American, 1854-1934), oil on board, wooded landscape with herd of cows being driven through a field of flowers, signed l.l. "G.A. Hays", gilded frame, 15 1/2" x 23 1/2".    


Pair of carved walnut armchairs in the French style, upholstered in red peonies on a cream background.   


19th c. toy miniature butter churn, pine carved and pegged with copper tacked lap construction, with dasher and tall piggen handle, stamped "E.L.H." (Eliza Lane Hersey), c. 1840, 5 1/2" h.   


19th c. toy miniature piggen, carved upright handle with copper tacked laps around barrel staves, initialed "E.L.H.", with label "Loaned by Aurelia Fearing", 3 5/8" h, 6 1/4" with handle.    


19th c. toy dipper (larger scale), made like a Shaker dipper with round single lap cup, with copper tacks and side handle carved, joined with three tacks, initialed "E.L.H.", pine and maple, 1 3/4" h, 3" dia (cup), 7" overall w.   


19th c. toy miniature washing machine, tub made like a barrel with five staves, two having extended carved handles, with two laps and copper tacks, mechanical lid with medial thrusher, tri-leg base for scrubbing, stamped "E.L.H.", 5 1/2" h, 2 1/4" dia. 


Early 19th c. pine stepback cupboard, cone molded top, open front with scalloped sides, three shelves, two doors below, shoe foot, older red finish, 6' 6" h, 44" w, 19" d.   


19th c. toy miniature firkin, pine and maple, similar barrel construction, fingered lap with copper tacks, lid with lap and stamped "E.L.H.", (Note: had pegs for handles - appears never to have had handles), label "Loaned by Aurelia S. Fearing", 2 1/4" h.   


On 2: Toy miniature footstool, has bootjack cut out with chipped carved edges, 1" x 2 1/2" label; Toy miniature folding 6 3/4" drying rack, with three folds and three tiers, (not stamped but from collection); both attributed to E.L.H. (Eliza Lane Hersey).   


French chest of drawers, very fine restoration period, Paris, c. 1825, overhung dark gray cut marble top over a molded edge, swelled top drawer over three flush drawers, over a hidden drawer in bottom molding, on squared concave feet, exceptional matched veneered front.   


On 3: Early pine doll's cradle in original blue paint, 18" l; Schoenhut piano, signed on back in pencil "Dorothy Holmes Pianist", 6" h; and a cast metal Easter egg chocolate mold, with rabbits and cloves; found in a Hingham, Mass. estate.    


Early 20th c. Amish quilt, black background with red and blue borders, black squares with multi-color tumbling block, excellent clean condition, 6' 6" x 8'.   


19th c. pine firkin, in original brown painted finish, stamped on lid "C. Wilder and Son, So. Hingham, Mass.", 12" h, 11" dia.   


19th c. American needlework sampler, on linen backing, Hallowell (probably Maine) Dec. 1811, signed "Lucy Dummer, aged 9 years", deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society, 12" x 17".   


Rare early sampler of various stitch work, including flame stitch, needlepoint of owl, birds, key, dog, etc., on linen backing, initialed "D.C." in a floral wreath, deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society, 16" x 13".   


Early 19th c. pine firkin, original red painted finish, entwined lap construction, found in Marshfield, Mass., 10" h, 9" dia.   


18th c. pine and maple New England tavern table, stretcher base, from a Hingham estate, (had leaves at an earlier time), old refinish.   


Early cow bell with painted scene of a Cape Cod white clapboard house; 19th c. round pantry box; glass and paper pill box with exotic bird with real feathers on lid; and signed Hingham bread plate "Hingham Agricultural and Horticultural Society", (small chip); all from a Hingham estate.    


Early 20th c. rocking horse on frame, carved wood with original dapple gray painted finish, yellow and black glass eyes, original white horsehair mane and tail, on red painted frame with yellow trace/line decoration, iron shoed hooves, leather saddle with crushed velvet back, excellent condition, with minor imperfections.   


19th c. child's wagon, pine, original pumpkin cinnamon painted finish, "Daisy" with "PMG" logo, marked in two places "Made by Paris Mfg. Co., Paris, Me.", original oak handle, 21" h, 33" l.   


Keystone, Boston, "U.S. Mail Truck", red and black, rubber wheels, repainted, 27" l. 


Keystone, Boston, "Dump Truck", "Packard", with labels, original paint, good condition, 27" l.   


Cast iron toy fire engine, red with yellow painted wheels, 10 1/2" l; and a tin "Kingsbury" tractor, windup toy, red with white rubber wheels, "Keene, N.H., Kingsbury Toys", 6 1/2" l, and a cast iron driver. 

 109C. Cast iron toy fire engine, red with yellow painted wheels, 10 1/2" l; and a tin "Kingsbury" tractor, windup toy, red with white rubber wheels, "Keene, N.H., Kingsbury Toys", 6 1/2" l, and a cast iron driver.  

Early 20th c. wicker baby stroller, tall wire spoke wheels, red velvet cushion, brass label "The Haywood", deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society, 41" h, 50" l.   


19th c. ceramic meat platter, oval, footed, blue decorative edge with gilt, central floral design with inset tree for juices, Booth China England Lowestoft border, 19" overall l.   


19th c. meat platter, also with inset tree for meat juices, blue geometrical border and floral central design, footed, "Diagonal" in cartouche, stamped "E M & S", slight crazing, 21 1/2" l.   


Mahogany custom dining room table, oval top with two leaves, 2" inlaid satinwood band with painited ebony line, pedestal base with four legs with line inlay, brass capped feet, 5' l extending to 8', 3' 4" wide.    


French pastel on canvas, said to be a likeness of Madame DuBarry, heavily carved foliate oval frame, 15 1/2" x 13". 



Set of eight matching fruitwood dining chairs, upholstered seats and backs, in a brick red checkered fabric, carved tops.   


Two 19th c. hand-colored engravings of "Pair of Common Scoter" and a pair of Pintail, oval mats and glazed frames, 9" x 11 1/2" (sight).   


Three 20th c. carved and painted flying geese, one on driftwood stand, all carved by W. Ray Freden, c. 1980-90, Marshfield, Mass., 29", 19", and 20" l.   


Two carved and painted 20th c. shore birds on driftwood stands, feeding Yellow Legs and a feeding Plover, both signed "W. Ray Freden", 14" and 7" l.    


Two carved and painted 20th c. shore birds on driftwood stands, "Long Billed Curlew, 1985, W. Ray Freden", 18" l; and a "Yellow Legs with Turned Head, 1984, W. Ray Freden", 9" l.   


Four colored and framed prints of "Curlew", "Swans", geese titled "Take Off", 91/300, pencil signed "Gerald R. Lubeck."; and male and female "Magellanica".   


Carved and painted 20th c. Puffin on driftwood stand, dated "1981" and signed "W. Ray Freden".  


Three 20th c. carved and painted shore birds on stands, two on driftwood and one on brick, Golden Plover, Kildeer, and Plover, all signed "Ray Freden", c. 1980. 


18th c. New England Chippendale armchair, pierced splat with heart, rush seat, turned front stretcher, ball feet, turned and carved posts, 17" seat h, 41" overall h.   


Bamboo fly rod, Thomas Special #32, three-section with one spare tip section, 9' length, six-sided split construction, hand tied in red, with protective sleeve and aluminum tube, with original Thomas tag.  

Mid 19th c. Victorian graduated display shelves, light walnut, varnished finish, carved shelf supports, five serpentine shaped shelves, flat back, turned feet, 4' 2" h, 4' w.   


Collection of cloisonne, vase, covered bowl, sake cup, cigarette and match casess, small ash trays.   


Exceptional 18th/early 19th c. Indo-Persian Islamic daggar, "Khanjar", used through the Ottoman Empire, with gold and silver Coftgari decoration on both sides of the double edged, dual fuller blade, depicting a mosque and prayers in excellent readable condition, uncleaned, with hand-hammered raised floral motif with inset carved coral stones on handle and scabbard (missing three stones), otherwise excellent condition, 14" l.  

Japanese Samurai sword, Shin-Gunto Type 94 Army officers mount, blade (26 1/4"), no rust, original finish, signed Tang, "W" stamp, Showa Ju Hachi Nen Aki (1943), made by Takehisa, painted metal scabbard, wood lined Saya, Tsuka is brown silk ito over unpolished ray skin over wood with gilded three cherry blossom menuki, brass fittings painted brown and highlighted with gold, very good condition.   


Japanese Samurai sword, Shin-Gunto mounted civilian Katana, blade (24"), no rust, original finish, signed Tang, Seki stamp, Showa Ju Shichi Nen (1942), scabbard leather wrapped, hand-stitched field jacket with snap locking system over lacquered wood saya and single brass ashi with steel ring, Tsuka is bound with brown silk ito over unpolished ray skin over wood including iron three cherry blossom menuki, brass fittings painted brown and highlighted with gold, very good condition.   


Watercolor on paper, rocky shoreline with waves crashing, signed l.r. "R.C. Williamson", matted and gilt framed with shell motif, 12 1/2" x 17 1/2" (sight).   


Custom Victorian triple back couch, with tufted central section upholstered in soft red, in the French style, 56" l.   


Small brass footed, painted glass globe container, centrally hinged with brass catch, North and South America, Europe, longitude and latitude, back of globe (Asia and Pacific) is unfinished, 5" h.    


Oil on academy board, nautical bay scene, Cape Cod Cat Boat, coming towards shore, rocks and seagulls, signed l.r. "F. Weber", black oak frame with gilt rope liner, 16" x 20". 


Two 19th c. hand-colored engravings of tall ships, both in original oak frames, "Outward Bound" and "Homeward Bound", "Painted by S. Walters" and "Engraved by H. Papprill", Liverpool, England, full borders, 9" x 12" (sight).   


Decorative cast iron and copper penny footed panels, leaves and butterflies. 


Decorative cast iron screen, on raised feet with candleholders on either side, 27" h, 30 1/2" w.   

 135A. Early 19th c. hanging shelf, combination pipe box, spoon rack, early brown paint, old patina finish, 23" w.  

Rare 19th c. New England, bowback, seven-spindle Windsor side chair, maple and pine, shaped seat, bamboo turned, signed "O'Rar____, Warrented", butterfly repair on bottom of seat. 


19th c. coopered pine wash tub, original midnight blue painted finish, two wire and wood swing handles, three steel bands, excellent condition, 14" h, 23" dia. 


Early 20th c. exceptional Navajo rug, black with natural sawtooth border, geometric designs, mountains, lightning, natural grays, reds, 7' x 5' 5". 


Navajo rug, natural brown, gray and cream, with red sawtooth central diamonds, 52" x 39".   


Navajo rug, browns, reds, cream and orange, double sawtooth diamond design, 6' 1" x 3' 10".   


Navajo rug, black, brown and cream, stacked triangles, corn stalk design, 43" x 46".   


Pueblo pottery, black on black bowl, geometric designs, flared lip, "Manuel Reyes", good condition, 6" h, 7" dia.  


Pueblo pottery bowl, red glaze with gray stylized rain clouds over corn fields, 7" h, 8" dia.   


Plains Culture catlinite pipe bowl, good condition, 4" h, 7" l; and a stone axe head on a low wood handle, painted, tied with sinew, 20" l.   



Three-piece 19th c. low style Continental settee and armchairs, upholstered in floral and urn motif, carved and gilded frames, 4' 8" l (settee), 2' 4" l (chairs).   


Navajo rug, black, cream and red, central gray depicting runner to four corners of the world, brown and cream feathers, lightning strikes, rugged peak border, 5' x 34".   


Two Navajo rugs: large sawtooth diamond, cream, brown and red, natural gray field with brown border, 4' x 32"; and small central diamond radiating outwards, red, brown, cream and gray, 53" x 32".    


Two Navajo saddle blankets, four rust and black sawtooth diamonds, and two panels, brown, cream and red, 19" x 38".   


Two Navajo rugs: pastel colors, light natural grays, soft orange, green and rose pink, 30" x 42"; and central cross with mountain plateaus, with red, cream and brown corn fields, 33" x 42". 


Two Navajo rugs: red field with gray and cream geometric designs, 26" x 37"; and black central cross with connected mountains, grays and browns, 30" x 49".  


Oriental rug, Persian Kilim, 5' 4" x 12'. 




Oriental rug, Kilim Turkish, 5' 11" x 13'. 




Frame of 11 pieces of flint and obsidian, etc., arrows and spear heads, archaic, Adena, Mississippi, Madison, etc., deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society.   


Hanging shelf with drawer, mahogany, three shelves with scalloped sides.    


Martin Ocana, oil on canvas, surreal pueblo, signed l.r. "Martin Ocana", 29" x 36". 




Andre Rageade (French, 1890-1970), cubist still life of a bird on plate, signed l.l. "Andre Rageade", exhibited Salon des Independents, 1964, "Cubistes et Neo-cubistes", Tilted Nature-morte "Le Vauneau", 21 1/2" x 25 1/2". 




19th c. two-drawer, mahogany, drop leaf stand, rope turned legs.   


Small custom mahogany, serpentine top, Federal style one-drawer stand, finely detailed with banded inlay at bottom of skirt, reed and turned legs in the style of 1820 Salem cabinetwork, 28 1/2" h. 


Victorian 19th c. cameo sofa, carved walnut frame, tufted back, carved legs.   


19th c. Federal style pewter teapot, engraved decoration, turned wood urn-shaped finial, and finely shaped wood handle.   


19th c. American cherry wood, cloverleaf tip-top candlestand, finely turned shaft, on a tripod spider leg base.    


Pair of 19th c. Victorian armchairs, carved walnut with tufted backs. 


French Faience - three plates and a decorative platter: blue rimmed 10" plate depicting an armored knight with banner by Henri Grow, St. Claire France; a 10" blue and orange fancy rimmed plate depicting a landscape with peasants dancing around a fine crackled glaze, signed on reverse "GB Auvergne"; a humorous plate with berry and floral border depicting a blind man in purple hat and black dog, stepping on a ladies dress tearing it to expose her derriere, "Ah Sily Voyort, 1787" (Ah, if only he could see), 9" dia; and a highly decorative platter signed on reverse "Mont . Saint . Michel, 1899", repaired at top and chip in right side, 15" w.  
 150B. French Faience - bell, inkwell and planter, each with similar crowned crests with dogs: a 4" bell with bird finial, "Dinard"; an inkwell signed "Saint-Malo", and a conical wall planter, signed "Saint-Malo"; along with a figure of a woman carrying a basket, "Anik", signed "Henriot Quimper", 3 1/2" h.  
 150C. French Faience - five pieces: a puzzle jug, signed "Lourdes" on bottom, 6 1/2" h; a candlestick "Aouen"; a cup with dipper handle, initialed "CA", cracked glaze, 5 3/4" h; a mother and child figure, "Ste Marie", marked with Adolphe Poquiers mark, c. 1875, Quimper, "AP"; and a creamer marked "HD", 5" h.  

19th c. oil on canvas portrait of a child, with blue eyes and blue coat, white collar, carved oval frame, shows minor old repairs, minor imperfections to frame, 23" x 17".   


19th c. Russian Icon on wood panel, "Mother of God Joy of All Who Sorrow," depicting Mother Mary and holding the Christ child, surrounded by angels, wise men and other holy figures, minor imperfections, minor vertical warp, 14" x 12".   


18th c. Chippendale looking glass, mahogany, inlaid maple crest, finely carved ears, 41" h, 23" w.   


Abstract portrait of a man, monotype print on rice paper, signed "E. Mackey, Phila. Pa" in pencil on back, (E. Spencer Mackey), framed and glazed, 13 1/2" x 10 1/2". 



19th c. New England pine bench, with bamboo turned and spindled back, bamboo turned arms and supports, turned stretchers, 34" h, 6' 3" l.   


19th c. Tramp Art carved double-paneled frame, decorated with shells, fraktur style watercolors in bird with hearts and tulips and a heart-shaped flower, "1887" (faded). 


Tramp Art doll's bureau with mirror, small drawers on top section, two drawers below with "NET" and "1905"; and a jewelry box, red and gold with carved "S" on top, three small drawers in a pyramid shape, made from cigar boxes "Smoke the Barnum Cigar". 


Two Tramp Art frames, round and square, interlocking sections and a carved Tramp Art frame with hearts. 


Two 19th c. primitive scenes on board, both signed "C.M.J.", one dated "1878", woodland trail to water with sailboats, and a winter scene with boy crossing bridge, both in original frames, 14" x 10".   


Set of four Maine 19th c. pillowback chairs, early inset rush seats, original grain painted in black and red, with 90% of original stencil and yellow decoration, some regilding, two armchairs and two side chairs, 19" seat h, 34" overall h.   


19th c. stoneware handled crock, "L&F Norton, Bennington, VT, 4" (gallon), large stylized cobalt blue floral decoration, 15" h. 




Two 19th c. stoneware handled crocks, both signed "E&LP Norton, Bennington, VT.", similar blue cobalt leaf design on both, 1 gal.   






Large 5 gal. 19th c. handled stoneware crock, "E&LP Norton, Bennington, VT, 5", bold double floral front in cobalt blue, small rim chip, otherwise very good condition, 12 1/2" h.   

Rare 19th c. Bennington pitcher, Bearded Man" decoration, mottled brown glaze, small chip repair at spout and chip on base, overall minor wear, 8 1/2" h.   


19th c. Bennington cuspidor (spittoon), finely mottled glaze, age line on bottom, 10" dia. 


19th c. stoneware pitcher, brown glaze, "E&LP Norton, Bennington, VT, 1 1/2" (gallon), very good condition, 12" h.   


19th c. stoneware handled crock, "Julius Norton, Bennington, VT, 1 1/2" (gallon), cobalt blue floral front, small nick on left handle, very good condition, 10" h.   


19th c. stoneware jug, "J&E Norton, Bennington, VT, 3" (gallon), cobalt decoration, kiln chip in front, 15" h.   


Whitney antique percussion revolver, cal. 36 six shot, E. Whitney, N. Haven, serial number "12151M", octagonal barrel, brass trigger guard, c. 1860-1875, deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society.   

 165. Victorian serpentine marble top parlor table, walnut, signed under the marble "B.W.Co", missing back spandrel decoration, 30" h, 36" w.  

19th c. Ansonia hanging wall clock, labeled "Ansonia Brass and Copper Co", strike and chime, 26" h.    


19th c. New Hampshire mirror front clock, labeled "David Dutton, Mont Vernon, N.H.", stenciled crest with basket of flowers, stenciled columns on the door, strike and chime, weight driven, 36" h, 16" w, 6" d.   

 168. 19th c. Vienna Regulator wall clock, broken arch pediment top, turned side columns in black, drop pendant porcelain dial, with seconds hand dial, original cut steel hands, single weight driven brass pendulum, overall good condition, 45" h, 15" w.  
 170. Early 19th c. hanging, glazed door, display cupboard, pine, original red/brown painted finish, decorative scroll-cut top, interior with four shelves, each with drilled holes, two doors, each with eight small panes, delft blue porcelain knob, (one pane shows a crack), 42" h, 30" w, 9" d.  

Folk carvings (6) of an elephant, horse, carousel horse, two mountain sheep, and a hunting dog by Rosario Bernier, formerly of Middleboro, Mass.   


Collection of decoy bird carvings (7) to include: mergansers, blue bill, mallards, black duck, hooded merganser, etc., by R. Bernier, formerly of Middleboro, Mass.  


Collection of shore birds (8) to include: yellow legs, Abocet gulls, etc., all mounted on wood, by R. Bernier, formerly of Middleboro, Mass.   


Collection of smaller bird and decoy carvings to include: swan, goose, sparrow, cardinal, grouse, and others, by R. Bernier, formerly of Middleboro, Mass.   


Early 19th c. pine five-drawer bureau, original brown painted finish, crown molded top board over split top drawers, over three graduated drawers over a molded and reverse cut base, original turned wood pulls, 44" h, 45" w.   


19th c. watercolor of four barefoot boys reading a book by a fence, in a wooded scene, initialed l.r. "E.V.R.", matted, framed and glazed, 16 1/2" x 10" (sight).   

 177. Oriental rug, roomsize Persian Hamadan, red field, 8' 7" x 12'.  
 177A. Two Oriental rugs: Persian runner, 10' x 32"; and a Hamadan scatter, 2' x 3'.  
 177B. Oriental rug, roomsize Persian Heriz, Gorban, central blue medallion, 8' 7" x 13' 8".  
 177C. Oriental rug, Persian Malayer runner, black, mustard, gold, reds, 3' 4" x 13' 2".  
 177D. Oriental rug, Persian antique Bakhtiari, medallion with overall curvilinear floral motif, 6' 10" x 11'.  

Historical blue Staffordshire platter, Adams Ware, c. 1780, shows wear and small chip on lower rim, figures with a running dog in a coliseum landscape, 17 1/2" l.   


19th c. New England stepdown Windsor side chair, bamboo turnings, shaped saddle seat, black with yellow striping.   


19th c. double treadle spinning wheel, found in New York state.   


Early 20th c. copper ladies shoe silhouette on wood platform, raised copper button hooks and engraved decoration, 6 1/2" l.   


Framed and glazed 19th c. print of a regal lady in a wooded setting, pencil signed l.r. "H.J. Freenkind", published London, Thomas McLean, 1899, 22" x 18".   

 183. Exceptional 20th c. boxed surveyor's transit/level, Keuffel & Esser, excellent condition, with original box fitted with brass plum bob, brush, etc., labeled "K&E, No. 74 0000 and Serial No. 208172", original wood tripod.  
 184. Collection of sterling: four candlesticks, trumpet vase, plate, sugar tongs, footed candy dish, boxed spoons.  

18th/early 19th c. English hanging wall cupboard, with molded top board over a raised panel door, mortised and pinned, with original "H" brass hinges, turned brass pull, on a molded base, dovertailed case, 24" h, 17" w.   

 186. 18th/early 19th c. pewter charger, hallmarked, "London", 17" dia.  
 187. Oriental rug, Persian Kurdish runner, six stepped medallions, blue field, soft wool with wool foundation,     3' 10" x 12' 10".  

Pair of custom inlaid one-drawer stands, with medial shelves, mahogany veneers, checkerboard patterns, brass pulls, square tapered legs with line inlay.   


Victorian ladies side chair, original filigree gilt and paint decoration, cane seat, in excellent condition.   


Victorian upholstered armchair, curvilinear arms terminating in feathered bird's heads, carved knees with claw and ball feet.   

 191. Continental marquetry inlaid two-piece armoire/cabinet, doors above and below, brass trimmed.  
 191A. Continental marquetry inlaid sideboard, with marble top, (matches Lot 191).  
 191B. French style headboard, with applied brass decoration.  
 191C. Very large foyer mirror, with openwork gilded wood frame, some breaks, approximately 7' tall.  

Wooden toys and stand: carved sailor on block with knife; carved seated dog; stone impressed angel; 1878 compass; painted green wood two-shelf stand; carved ball in a chain; two flat wooden sheep.   


Wooden jointed artist's figure; two early croquet posts, finely turned and painted; carved and painted wall pocket with spoon rack; round wood box, decorated with a map of Nantucket on lid designed by Tony Sarge.   

 194. Early Continental oil on canvas of a young girl, with red hair and blue eyes, signed l.l. "Maffu.A", Italian gallery card on the back, carved and gilded frame, 12" x 9 1/2".  
 195. 19th c. mahogany and mahogany veneers drop leaf dining table, pedestal base, four brass paw feet on castors, line inlay, inlaid skirt with drawers on both ends, molded deep drop leaves, carved and fluted swing leg leaf supports, 29" h, 4' 3" l, 5' 8" w, (22" top, 23" w leaves).  

Collection of 10 brass candlesticks: three pair of 19th c. push-ups, 11" h; beehive; turned, etc.; and early singles and small pair.   


Tall 19th c. pressed glass fluid lamp, brass top, hole drilled on base for electrical cord, small nick at brass collar, 24" h.   


Pewter and glass cruet set, complete, footed holder with Egyptian faces, 11" h.   


Cobalt glass, covered butter with thistle pattern, and a footed compote, daisy and button pattern, 7 1/2" h.   


Early 20th c. standing china cabinet/bookcase, mahogany and exotic wood veneers, molded top board, over two wood sectioned doors, glass sectioned sides, turned side columns, over two drawers, hairy paw footed base, (some glass shows cracks, some veneers missing), 5' 7" h, 3' 6" w.   


19th c. white metal statuette of a young man, holding the reins of a rearing horse, with dog (tail is chipped), deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society.   


Two 19th c. toleware pieces: bread baskets, one with gilt acorns and leaves, 13 1/2" l; one with basket of flowers, 14" l, from Hingham, Mass.   






Bowl and bellows: 19th c. turned chopping bowl; and three 19th c. pair of original painted bellows; (all "as is").   

Framed print, "Seaport Street, Mystic Conn.", signed l.r. "Paul N. Norton", 14" x 18". 




Collection of Bunker Hill memorabilia: two tiles, two souvenir spoons, postcards, Oliver Wendell Holmes children's book, Grandmother's Story of Bunker Hill Battle, illustrated by H.W. McVickar, 1883.   

 205. Continental upholstered bed, carved wood trim, bowed foot board supported on turned feet.  

Large collection of early tin and pewter molds: two-part ice cream molds of fire engine, bird, heart, pineapple, and pudding molds, Santa Claus, fish, thistle, sheep, head, etc., (approximately 35 pieces).   


Collection of early tin cookie cutters: gingerbread man, birds, rooster, chick, Santa Claus, heart, tree, set of cake decorators, (approximately 15 pieces).   


Collection of 14 blue and white Staffordshire plates, depicting Mayflower, 9 1/4" dia; J. Adams birthplace; 1st Church, Quincy; John Hancock house; 10 1/2" dia (4) Faneuil Hall (Wedgwood); White House; Kings Chapel, Boston; Bunker Hill; State House, Boston; and an Enochwood, Burslem eagle border commemorative, Washington, July 4, 1776, 10" dia.   


Decanter (9" h) with four matching wines, ruby red with etched grape and leaf design. 


Oil on canvas, barefooted peasant girl sitting on a stone wall planter next to red holly hocks, village scene in background, signed l.r. "Stickney", early carved and gilded frame, 47" x 35".   

 211. Cloisonne vase, light blue floral, with base; and a black pottery vase with gold design.   

Two framed pottery tiles of renaissance musicians, brown and turquoise blue, 19th c. Minton style, Edward Hammond designer, 7 1/2" sq; and a black and white tile of sheep dogs, framed, 7 1/2" sq.   


19th c. oil on canvas, floral still life, soft pink roses and leaves, unsigned, Hale & Whittemore, Manchester, NH, carved frame, c. 1888.   


John Lavalle  (1896 - 1971), oil on board, portrait of a gentleman with feathered hat, and red and white bandanna, signed l.l. "J. Lavalle", framed, 8" x 6 1/2".   

 215. 19th c. Chinese cupboard, two-piece, old red/brown finish, carved panel doors with pots of bamboo and exotic birds, decorative frieze along the bottom panel, 5' 11" h, 38" w, 18" d.  

Marquetry inlaid box with mother-of-pearl, 11 1/2" l; and pair of silver marked candlesticks, 10" h.   

 217. Basalt figurines: classical draped female figure, 10" h; and two angelic putti, one with crown and the other with sheath of arrows, 7" h.  
 218. Pair of figurines, hand-painted boy and girl; Venetian blown glass candlestick; yellow fish; cut glass heart; Spatterware bowl; two paperweights; Meissen candy dish, blue and white.  

Collection of pottery items: Minton tile "Clarice Cliff" ashtray; small early hand-painted tile initialed "I H"; plate with blue birds; small bowl with exotic birds; small vase with hummingbirds with glass eyes; and two tiles of a yellow flower and a musketeer with a cane. 

 220. 18th c. Queen Anne mahogany highboy base, six drawers, molded top, cabriole legs.  

Four contemporary carved and painted decorative decoys, by William Niles of Cohasset, Mass., initialed underneath "WN", all with glass eyes.   

 222. Early child's armchair, maple, old red stain, two ladders, original splint seat.  
 223. Child's electric stove; doll's porcelain tea set; doll's ladderback chair; and child's red sled, "Paris Mfg. Co., So. Paris, Me.", (as is).  
 224. Two ice cream scoops, metal with wood handles; carved knife box; and two 19th c. oak measures, signed.  
 225. 18th c. New England maple Chippendale drop leaf table, with square swing legs, rectangular leaves.  
 226. Collection of children's books, many illustrated in color, Edmund Dulac, The Tempest, The Snow Queen; The Night Before Christmas, Arthur Rockham; Little Ann, Kate Greenaway; over 25 books, deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society.  
 227. Collection of Victorian ladies and girls dresses, yellow silks, black lace, browns, gold plated buttons, velvet paisley shawl, light purple check dress, jackets, etc., deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society.  
 228. On 3: Large Wallace Nutting signed photograph, "Homestead Splendor", 10 1/4" x 13 1/4"; and two photographs, "A Garden of Larkspur", Wallace Nutting, and "Around the Bend", J. Robinson Neville.  
 228A. Collection of 10 framed photographs: signed Wallace Nutting, three indoor scenes including "A Delicate Stitch", and four outdoor scenes including "The Coming Out of Rosa"; and three outdoor scenes of "Apple Blossom Time", signed "Sawyer", "Roses by Chas. R. Higgins", and snow scene "J. Robinson Neville".  
 229. Early 20th c. black and white photographic print of a Navajo/Native American, with head band and blanket, oak frame, shows minor tears, 16 1/2" x 13 1/2" (sight).  
 230. European bronze handled vase converted to a glass top occasional table, round top.  
 231. 19th c. long-handled hearth brush with decoration, pewter charger with hallmarks, and early brass skimmer with forged handle.  
 232. Collection of lanterns: two Dietz Blue Monarchs with red globes, two electrified with red glass, barn lantern (missing glass on door), tin fluid lamp in green with reflector.  
 233. 19th c. mahogany tea caddy with ivory shield escutcheon, shaped and carved top, interior with red papered two-lidded top, tea compartments, silvered paper, 6" h, 9" l.  

Pair of contemporary brass wall fixtures, double candle form with bow and floral backs, and a ceramic table lamp, putti and urn, hand-painted with brass base.   

 235. On 2: 20th c. print on paper, girl and boy seated, greens, signed l.r. in pencil "Hibel" (Edna Hibel), numbered "XII, 8/9, ed. 75", framed and matted, 22" x 15"; 20th c. print on paper, mother and child with dog in a bright garden landscape, signed l.r. in pencil, "C. Terekovich", framed and matted, 29" x 22".  
 236. Brass and bronze Astral style lamp, classical female figure on the front, 20" h.  
 237. Oil on panel, slightly impressionistic scene of trees by river in autumn, signed l.l. "C. Brown", deep gilt frame with liner, matted, 14" x 18" (sight).  
 238. Early 20th c. Persian paisley with white medallion center, 64" x 68".  
 239. Collection of plates: souvenirs of Quincy; Scituate Light; 1st Church; Kings Chapel, Boston; Old North Church; N. Weymouth; two with cats, kittens and cat with fish bowl, etc. (27 pieces).  

19th c. large oval carved frame looking glass, gold painted finish, 3' 8" x 3'.   

 241. Collection of plates and platters, Limoges, "RB", Union, etc., hand-painted with florals, serving bowls, etc. (10 pieces).  
 242. New England 19th c. coverlet, red and green, geometric designs.  
 243. Collection of plates, hand-painted Limoges, fruit plates, 10 "Australian" demitasse, Limoges creamer dated 1894, Noritake swan, etc. (24 pieces).  
 244. Group of tin types and daguerreotypes, including a family of six, (10 pieces).  
 245. Two framed contemporary, Mediterranean style paintings on canvas, gardens at the sea wall with tile roofed homes, both signed "Behrens", 25" x 21" and 22" x 29".  

Acrylic on board, futuristic city scape with boats and sails, columns and arches, pallet knife and brush work, boat with nudes, signed l.l. "Asbach 59", 18" x 28".   

 247. Specimen globe with base, concertina, Vasari Society book, The Rail Splitter, and a collection of photographs, tin types, carte de visites, 1/2 photos, etc., Canton platter (as is), deaccessioned from the Hingham Historical Society.  
 248. Collection of Japanese china and porcelain: dessert set with birds; tea set, sugar, creamer and teapot; saki cups; late Satsuma vase; Palatte shaped tea set, (19 pieces).  
 249. Two porcelain ice buckets with horse hunt scenes, Belgian; German coffee set; English bone china bouillons and saucers, "Battersea", (28 pieces).  
 250. Decorative contemporary oil on canvas, Renaissance style, still life of fruit, flowers and steins, signed l.l. "Z. Macnab", in a molded and carved frame, 20" x 24".