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Lot 1: Wallace & Sons Sterling Silver Rose pattern, partial flatware service, 37 pieces, comprising: 8 Dinner Knives (sterling handles); 3 Forks; 8 Salad Forks; 9 Teaspoons; 9 Butter Knives. Stamped: RW&S PAT.1898 Total Weight: 22 ozt. (excluding Dinner Knives). Estimate: $600-$900

Lot 2: 8 Large dinner plates, "Gwinnett Lane Turquoise". Gilt ruffled rims. Diameter: 12 3/4 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 3: Gorham sterling silver flatware service, "1915" pattern. 52 pieces. Comprising: 12 dinner knives, 12 dinner forks, 11 salad/cake forks, 12 teaspoons and 5 assorted serving pieces. Estimate: $700-$1,000

Lot 4: Three (3) Fabienne Jouvin cloisonne lidded jars. Ouzbeck pattern Chrysanthemums on white ground. Marked on bottoms "Fabienne Jouvin Paris". Heights: 13 1/2; 7 1/2 and 5 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 5: Kim Frohsin. Mixed media. Titled "A Change of Hue". Partially nude dancer, seated. Sight: 10 1/2 x 7 inches. Framed overall: 16 x 12 1/2 inches. Estimate: $500-$700

Lot 6: Robert Beauchamp. Oil on board, untitled. Abstract with nude figures. 24 x 29 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$1,500

Lot 7: Syd Solomon (American, 1917-2004), oil on paper stock, mounted on board. Titled: Coastal Light II. Abstract. 23 x 35 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 8: Harvey Young (American, b. 1921) Oil on canvas, Mediterranean no. 1, 20th c., from a Southern California Collection. Sight: 49 1/2 x 84 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 9: Oriental hand knotted rug, wool pile, cotton warp. Rose medallion, scrolling floral. Hunt, birds and floral filled cartouche (palmettos). Diameter, approximately 16 ft 2 inches. Estimate: $3,000-$4,000

Lot 10: Oriental finely knotted hand woven Tabriz rug. Medallion, Spandrel pattern, rose, beige palette. Approximately 14 ft 2 inches x 9 ft 6 inches. Estimate: $4,000-$6,000

Lot 11: Oriental Hand knotted rug, wool and silk pile, cotton foundation. Medallion, Spandrel pattern. Grey and rose, peach palette. Approximately 9 ft 8 inches x 13 ft 8 inches. Estimate: $4,000-$6,000

Lot 12: Continental silver pitcher, Adams style, chased. Meandering Wreath design, 2 reserves centered with the bust of a lady and a gentleman, each having ribbon crests. Raised on 4 tapering legs, issuing from Ram's head masks, terminating in hoof feet. Applied rectangular handle and wide spout. Maker's mark: JSL. Height 6 inches, weight: 7.49 ozt. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 13: Continental Majolica pitcher, hand painted decoration. Depicting cherry blossoms and Phoenix against a turquoise ground and yellow basket weave design. Brown bamboo style decorative rings and handle. Estimate: $100-$150

Lot 14: A pair of French silver footed sauce boats with in-scroll. Handle and scallpoed rim, raised on 3 hoof feet, issuing from applied shell form decoration. Each having an engraved coat of arms below the pourer. Stamped: Minerva. Dimensions: 7 x 4 x 3 inches. Total weight: 14.9 ozt. Estimate: $250-$350

Lot 15: Venetian hand blown gold flecked glass chandelier. First half of the 20th century. Ten electrified founts with scrolling tube design and glass teardrops. 49 inches high and 50 inches diameter. Estimate: $4,000-$6,000

Lot 16: O'Hare & D'Jafer Medusoid chandelier, with metal 16-spoke ceiling rose, above a wide circular framed fixture with tooled leather and faceted crystal pendants. Diameter: approximately 44 inches. Estimate: $3,000-$4,000

Lot 17: George III Silver Stuffing Spoon, hallmarked London, 1817. 4.47 ozt. Plus a pair of 19th C. coin silver tablespoons. 2.90 ozt. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 18:Roger Smith Aesthetic Movement Meriden Quadruple plate square picture frame with hinged door and attached ball-footed easel frame. Orientalist etched decoration overall. Model 9917. Late 19th C. 13 x 13 inches overall. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 19: Two (2) Native American Indian dolls. A leather buckskin over cloth, handmade doll with beadwork facial features. A buck skin over cloth doll with traditional buckskin dress and moccasins, with horse hair type wig and bead work facial features. Possible Plains Native American Indian. Early to mid 20th Century. Height: 9 inches and 16 inches. Estimate: $100-$300

Lot 20: Fine Buccellati sterling silver flatware service. Empire pattern. Twelve 5-piece place settings (60 pcs.). Total weight: 87 ozt. (excluding sterling handled items). Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

Lot 21: An extensive Minton bone china dinner service, "Ancestral" pattern. Twenty 5-piece place settings.(minus 2 dinner plates and plus 6 salad plates). And 7 additional service pieces: 2 oval vegetable bowls; an oval platter; an oval lidded tureen; a coffee pot; sugar bowl and creamer. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 22: Two (2) 18th C. Continental faience pottery plates with chrysanthemum decoration. (Approx. 13 1/4" and 12" diameter). Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 23: Bryan Wilson (American 1927-2002), Oil on canvas, Meadow Larks in Dry Grass, 1956, from a Southern California Collection. Sight: 67 1/8 x 74 1/8 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 24: Michael Cunningham (American, b. 1941) Oil on canvas, 1956 Hard Times, 1972, from a Southern California Collection. Sight: 72 1/4 x 66 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 25: Adam P Gale bronze study. Three uplifted arms issuing from a steel plinth and terminating in a clench fist. Signed and numbered. Base: 9 x 6 inches. Fists: 9, 10 1/2 and 12 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 26: Tom Corbin bronze sculptural side table. Circular dished top modeled with vinery rim, splayed branch form base. (Approx. 21" tall). Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 27: Pair of Sherrill Furniture red upholstered swivel rocker parlor chairs. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 28: A pair of A. Rudin club chairs. Celadon green velvet like upholstery. Straight back and arms. Set on a skirted base. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 29: Freddy Munoz (Algerian, b. 1931) Tar on canvas, Fissure, 20th c., from a Southern California Collection. Sight: 72 x 70 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 30: Richard Shaffer (American, b. 1947), Monotype on paper, Untitled, 1981, from a Southern California Collection. Sight: 29 7/8 x 51 5/8 inches (sheet), 19 3/8 x 43 1/2 inches (plate). Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 31:An extensive set of Kosta Boda crystal stemware (88 pieces). Helga pattern. Etched mark: Boda. Comprising: old fashions, tumblers, flutes, juice, sherbets with liners and various wines. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 32: Crystal St. Louis, France, cut crystal baluster form jug, "Tommy". (Approx. 10 1/2" tall). Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 33: Russian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Claret Jug. Silver hinged lid, vermeil interior, hallmark and makers mark stamped on underside. Fruit finial centered by wreaths, applied Lily garlands decorate the silver rim. Hallmark: Moscow (1908-1926). Makers Mark: MK Height: 13 ½ inches. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 34: Russian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Claret Jug. Silver hinged lid, vermeil interior, hallmark and makers mark stamped on underside. Hallmark: Moscow (1908-1926). Makers Mark: TH Height: 12 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 35: Shreve & Co., San Francisco, sterling silver vase "Base Weighted". Height: 10 inches Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 36: Six (6) Sabino art glass (France) miniature figures. Comprising a turtle, squirrel, swan, snail, fish and a cherub. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 37: Victorian era Yellow Gold Brooch with hand-painted portrait medallions, turquoise and seed pearl accents. Estimate: $450-$650

Lot 38: Rose gold openwork flexible link ring with opal cabochon and diamond accents. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 39: White gold ring, set with approximately 2+ carats of round cut diamonds; and 4 princess cut diamonds approximately 2/3 carat; Average SI2 clarity and H1 color. Estimate: $1,000-$1,500

Lot 40: Antique Ice blue guilloche locket decorated with a cluster of bright blue pansies over pink rosebud spray, suspended on silver and bright blue guilloche sections. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 41: German Bisque socket head child doll. Brown glass eyes, open mouth, upper teeth, on jointed composition body. Back of the head impressed: Made in Germany 16 1/2 171. (Approx. 31" tall). Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 42: Simon Halbig Bisque socket head doll. Blue / grey glass sleep eyes, feather brows, open mouth, upper teeth, on jointed composition body. Back of the head impressed: Simon Halbig K.R. Germany 73. Forehead impressed: W. (Approx. 30 1/2" tall). Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 43: Armand Marseilles Floradora Bisque socket head doll. Brown glass sleep eyes, open mouth, upper teeth, jointed composition body. Back of the head impressed: Floradora A.M. 10. (Approx. 26" tall). Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 44: Armand Marseilles Bisque socket head child doll. Blue glass sleep eyes, open mouth, upper teeth, on jointed composition body. Back of the head impressed: Armand Marseilles Germany 390 A 14 M. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 45: English gentleman's mahogany writing box. Opens to a green tooled leather writing slope with interior and fitted compartments. 19th C. 8 x 21 x 11 inches (closed). Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 46: The Story of Civilization, by Will Durant. Eleven (11) volumes, leather bound collector’s editions, Easton Press, Norwalk Connecticut. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 47: Seven (7) volumes Winston Churchill related books. A History of the English Speaking Peoples, by Winston S. Churchill. Four (4) volumes, , Easton Press, Norwalk Connecticut leather bound collector’s editions: includes The Great Democracies, The Birth of Britain, The New World, The Age of Revolution. And Winston S. Churchill, by Martin Gilbert. Three (3) volumes, , , Easton Press, Norwalk Connecticut, leather bound collector’s editions: Includes Volume V part 1, The Prophet of Truth 1922-1934, Volume VII part 1, Road to Victory 1914-1944, and Volume VIII part 1, Never Despair 1945-1951. Estimate: $200-$300

Lot 48: Nineteen (19) Ernest Hemmingway books, Easton Press, Norwalk Connecticut, leather bound collector's editions. Includes Islands in the Stream, In Our Time, The Dangerous Summer, Death in the Afternoon, The Torrents of Spring, A Farewell to Arms, To Have and Have Not, Across the River and into the Trees, The Fifth Column, A Moveable Feast, Green Hills of Africa, The Garden of Eden, The Sun Also Rises, Winner Take Nothing, Men Without Women, The Snows of Kilimanjaro, The Old Man and the Sea, True at First Light, and By-Line. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 49: Two (2) vintage soda spritzers. "La Piedad 322, Soda Buenos Aires Ano 1906" and "Sparkeeta Club Soda". Approx. 11" and 11 3/4" tall. Estimate: $200-$300

Lot 50: Set of thirty-two (32) Wedgwood transfer decorated dinner plates, Sage House Foxcroft 1934 pattern. Diameter: 10 1/2 inches. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 51: The Second World War, by Winston S. Churchill, in six (6) volumes, Easton Press, Norwalk Connecticut. Leather bound collector’s editions. Includes The Gathering Storm, Their Finest Hour, The Grand Alliance, The Hinge of Fate, Closing the Ring, and Triumph and Tragedy. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 52: Nine (9) World War II and related Easton Press Books. All leather bound collector's editions. Includes Day of Infamy by Walter Lord, The Longest Day, June 6, 1944 by Cornelius Ryan, Justice at Nuremberg by Robert E. Conot, Nuremberg Diary by G. M. Gilbert, Interrogations by Richard Overy, The Third Reich Day by Day by Christopher Ailsby, Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler, Das Kapital in two (2) volumes, by Karl Marx. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 53: Twelve (12) Novels, Easton Press, Norwalk Connecticut. All leather bound collector's editions. Includes Gulliver's Travels by J. Swift, Kim by R. Kipling, Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, All Quiet on the Western Front by E.M. Remarque, Wuthering Heights by E. Bronte, The Last of the Mohicans by J.F. Cooper, The Mysterious Island by Jules Verne, A Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne, Madame Bovary by G. Flaubert, Little Women by L.M. Alcott, Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne, and Uncle Tom's Cabin by H.B. Stowe. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 54: Danish Sterling Silver Flatware Service with Serving pieces. 54 pcs. All serving pieces and some flatware with H. Nils Importer mark and some flatware with Grann & Laglye mark. (7 dinner forks, 7 dinner knives, 8 soup spoons, 8 salad forks, 4 teaspoons, 4 sugar spoons, 5 butter knives, 2 condiment spoons, 1 small spoon, 8 serving pieces. Approx. 62 ozt. excluding sterling handled knives and carving pieces. Estimate: $1,250-$1,750

Lot 55: Collection of Original Comic Book Art. Includes at least one (1) piece by Sandy Plunkett. Some pencil, some pen and ink, some colored. Approximately 30 pieces. Estimate: $500-$1,500

Lot 56: The Mythology and Rites of the British Druids ascertained by National Documents; and compared with the General Traditions and Customs of Heathenism, as Illustrated by the Eminent Antiquaries of our Age. By Edward Davies. J. Barfield Printer, Printed for J. Booth, London 1809. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 57: The Fairfax Correspondence: Memorials of the Civil War, in two (2) volumes. Edited by Robert Bell, Publ. Richard Bentley, London 1849. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 58: The Last of the Tasmanians; or, The Black War of Van Dieman's Land, by James Bonwick F.R.G.S. With numerous Illustrations and Coloured Engravings. Publ. Sampson Low, Son, & Marston, London 1870. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 59: The Fairfax Correspondence: Memoirs of the Reign of Charles the First, in two (2) volumes. Edited by George W. Johnson Esq., Publ. Richard Bentley, London 1848. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 60: Two (2) Richard Andronaco Co., French Neo classic style armchairs. Bleached wood frames with acanthine carved deeply scrolled arms. Raised on reeded front legs. Beige leather with rust top stitching upholstered backs and seats. Estimate: $700-$1,200

Lot 61: Tumi Ticon Crossbody zip top camel color leather bag. Front and back pocket. Dark brown strap. With dust jacket. Size approximately 12 1/2 x 14 inches and 3 inches deep. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 62: Tumi Venezia Crossbody dark brown leather bag. Zipper back pocket and front pocket. Brown strap. Size approximately: 14 x 13 inches and 3 1/2 inches deep. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 63: Tumi Beacon Crossbody black and grey textured bag with black leather straps. Size approximately: 13 x 12 1/2 inches. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 64: Tumi Canyon Slim Messenger dark brown leather bag. Front drop over flap with magnetic seal. Brown strap. With dust cover. Size approximately 13 1/2 x 17 inches and 3 1/2 inches deep. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 65: Group of seven (7) contemporary hand blown colored art glass bottle-neck bottles. Etched signatures, some dated. Ranging 13 to 16 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 66: Contemporary clear acrylic accent table, post modern influence. Circular acrylic top on a tapering cylinder base with a blue to clear finish. 22 inches high, 24 inches diameter. Estimate: $200-$350

Lot 67: Pair of Cranberry cut to clear, cylinder form table lamps, frosted iced etched clear background with groups of cranberry thistles. Size glass cylinders approximately 9 3/4 inches tall and diameter 3 3/4 inches. Size including plinth 12 3/4 inches tall. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 68: Danny Garcia (California, 1929-2012) acrylic on canvas. Sail boats on a blue ground. 30 1/2 x 42 1/2 inches. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 69: Nine (9) American History related Easton Press volumes. All leather bound collector's editions. Includes An American Dilemma in two (2) volumes by Gunnar Myrdal, The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus by Samuel Eliot Morison, Admiral of the Ocean Sea, A Life of Christopher Columbus in two (2) volumes, by Samuel Eliot Morison, America, The Last Best Hope in two (2) volumes, by William J. Bennett, and Seventy Years of Life and Labor, in two (2) volumes, by Samuel Gompers. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 70: Albert Guibara wall mounted drift wood and metal sculpture, modeled as a skiff tied at a river bank. Approximately 36 x 24 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 71: Albert Guibara wall mounted drift wood and metal sculpture, modeled as a lakeside village with houses on hills. Approximately 73 x 33 inches. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 72: Albert Guibara free standing drift wood and metal sculpture, modeled as a small dock with steps to a mountain top cabin. Approximately 8 x 12 inches. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 73: Group of five (5) Japanese Banko pottery figural teapots, hand painted with applied decoration. Approx. 2" to 4 1/2" tall. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 74: English Imari pattern porcelain vase, with molded cobalt blue glazed masks at shoulder. Late 19th Century. Height: 10 ½ inches. Estimate: $80-$150

Lot 75: Continental Bisque Socket head doll, brown glass sleep eyes, open mouth/upper teeth on composition jointed body. Back head impressed 273 DEP. Size approximately 25 inches tall. Estimate: $250-$450

Lot 76: C.M. Bergmann, Walterhausen Bisque Socket head doll, brown glass sleep eyes, open mouth, zipper teeth on jointed composition body. Back head impressed C.M. Bergmann, Waterhausen, 1916, 14. Size approximately 32 inches. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 77: Armand Marseille Bisque Socket Head doll, brown glass sleep eyes, open mouth on jointed composition body. Back head impressed Armand Marseille, Germany, 390, A 17 M. Size approximately 41 inches. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 78: English cased set of six (6) mother of pearl handled and engraved plated fruit knives and forks. Early 20th Century. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 79: English elm windsor bench with double vasiform splat and spindle back and carved crest rail. Shaped single plank seat. Raised on curved legs terminating in pad feet. 19th Century. Height: 41 inches. Length: 44 1/2 inches. Estimate: $600-$900

Lot 80: Pair of Richard Mulligan contemporary side cabinets composed of mid 20th century Westcott rulers. Lift top opening up storage compartment. 25 inches high, 18 inches wide, and 20 inches deep. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 81: Group of original comic strip art. Includes Phil and Kaja Foglio (Girl Genius), Christopher Baldwin (Little Dee), Shaenon K. Garrity & Jeffrey C. Wells (Skin Horse), and a unicorn picture with the apparent signatures of Dana Simpson (Phoebe and her Unicorn) and Peter S. Beagle (author of The Last Unicorn). Approximately thirteen (13) pcs. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 82: Paul Grimm (American 1891 - 1974) Oil on artist board. Dated and titled verso: "Desert Smoke Trees, 1972". Sight painting: 18 x 24 inches, overall: 24 x 30 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$2,000

Lot 83: Oil on canvas. Russian. River bed in autumn landscape. Pencil inscribed verso. Sight: 12 1/2 x 17 inches. Within a gilt wood and gesso frame, overall: 19 x 24 inches. Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 84: Oil on canvas. Russian. Landscape, view of lake from a wood hilltop. Canvas stamped verso. Sight: 12 x 17 inches. Within a gilt wood and gesso frame, overall: 19 x 24 inches. Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 85: Pair of Therien Studio Workshop armchairs. Neo classic style. Walnut frame with scrolling hand holds. Gray upholstered back and seat with red and celadon raised floral design. Set on Marlboro legs ending in plain feet. Estimate: $700-$1,000

Lot 86: 20th C. Neoclassical style walnut dining table, the rectangular top with ebony inlay border, molded edge and rounded ends, extends to fit two additional leaves, is raised on two open scroll-footed pedestals. Table in the closed position: 10ft. 6 inches. Plus 2 leaves: 20 inches each. With 12 Therien Studio Workshop walnut framed side chairs, rust/beige geometric patterned upholstered seat and back rest, with contrasting cut silk and chenille floral pattern upholstery on opposing backs, raised on splayed legs. Estimate: $8,000-$12,000

Lot 87: Set of twelve (12) Limoges porcelain dinner plates, marked: La Seynie Limoges P and P France. For Marshall Fields & C0., Chicago. Diameter: 9 3/4 inches Estimate: $350-$550

Lot 88: Rebecca Minkoff designer brown leather and brass studded "Stud Devote Belted Tote" bucket handbag. The manufacturer's and retailer's labels still attached. Style 103259BR Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 89: Pair of black cast metal stylized horn-form bookends. "Tsuno Bookends" per paper label underside. Height: 5 inches x 3 3/4 inches Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 90: Hermes Porcelain Cups and Saucers. Africa Pattern. A pair. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 91: Twelve (12) Art Deco Minton china consomme bowls and saucers. With 12 additional saucers. Stamped "US Pat. Applied For." B1104. Circa 1910. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 92: Jack Laycox (American 1921-1984), watercolor on paper. Titled verso "Bay Windows". Cityscape of San Francisco houses and rooftops with Golden Gate Bridge in distance. Sight: 21 x 29 inches. Framed overall: 31 x 39 inches. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 93: Modernist occasional table with a circular glass top on an open geometric form metal base. Height: 28 inches, Diameter: 28 inches. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 94: Georgian style mahogany 4-drawer chest on French Bracket feet. Late 19th C. Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 95: Georgian mahogany veneered bow front five drawer chest, on French bracket feet. 46 x 40 x 20 inches. Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 96: Verre eglomise style wall mirror, parcel gilt wall paper backing with glass overlay. Scrolling palmette panels framing the rectangular mirror plate. South American. Size: 61 1/2 x 42 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 97: Michael O'Shaughnessy (American, b. 1912), oil on canvas, Flame in the Desert,1966, from a Southern California museum collection. Sight: 36 x 30 inches. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 98: Walter G. Stein (American, b. 1924), oil on canvas, Autumn Leaves II, 1961, from a Southern California museum collection. Sight: 21 x 23 inches. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 99: Joan Miro Lithograph. Joan Miro (Spanish 1893 -1983). Color lithograph “Soleil Rouge I” #VII/XXX. From Lithographe I, 1972. 26 x 22 ¾ inches overall. Estimate: $1,200-$1,500

Lot 100: 19th Century printed textile. Rugby scrimmage in vignette. Early 20th C. Sight: 21 x 21 inches. In Gilt frame. Estimate: $250-$350

Lot 101: Roche Bobois off-white leather 3-section sofa suite. Comprising: a two-seat one-arm sofa with adjusting cushion backs (82 inches); a single-arm chair with adjusting cushion back (46 inches); and an armless corner chair (72 inches). Estimate: $2,500-$5,000

Lot 102: Set of four (4) Cy Mann Designs modernist design metal tubluar dining armchairs with rust faux suede removable cushions. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 103: Pair of Lofer Design square tinted glass top and rosewood framed occasional tables. Made in Brazil. 13 x 23 x 22 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 104: Nancy Corzine fire engine red plush upholstered settee with shaped back rest and deep rolled arms. Shaped walnut front rail and cabriole legs. Estimate: $750-$1,250

Lot 105: Two (2) Daum French Art Glass Bowls. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 106: Chinese Carved Hardwood Étagère. Chinese hardwood étagère, ornately carved overall with openwork and blind fretwork with sparrow in peonies, cranes in water fronds, bamboo and chrysanthemum. Estimate: $1,000-$1,500

Lot 107: Scott Miller (American, b. 1947), Mixed media on canvas, Soaper, 1976, from a Southern California museum collection. Sight: 72-1/8 x 108-1/4 inches. Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 108: Moroso Fjord celery green leather top tear drop footstool with green hound’s-tooth fabric upholstered sides. 13 x 27 x 22 inches. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 109: Contemporary stained glass and metal, hanging light fixture. Circular with white stained and mottled glass shade with a patinated metal frame light fixture. Diameter approximately 18 1/2 inches. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 110: Circular sea foam green and champagne floral pattern, lobed silk shaded ceiling light fixture with green glass orb and silver metal 4 light fixture. Diameter approximately 30 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 111: English Tilt Top Table, second half of the 18th century, English. Satinwood, palisander, birdseye maple and walnut. Circular tabletop with gateau inlay. Turned pedestal base ending in trifold with plain feet. 28 inches high, 30 inches diameter. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

Lot 112: Mid 19th Century, pedestal table, Italian wood and mahogany veneer with a dark finish. Circular drum tabletop with parquetry floral center medallion. Two drawers. Set on turned reede body ending in four scrolling legs. 32" tall, 42" diameter. Estimate: $1,200-$2,000

Lot 113: Six (6) Enzo Mari “Tonietta” Chairs, cast aluminum, black leather. Height: 33 inches approximately. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 114: Madeline Stuart contemporary club chair. Polychrome pink, yellow, white and blue upholstery. Arched crest with winged arms. Set on a wood painted base. Set on slight cabriole legs ending in slipper feet. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 115: Thomas Moser Readers Chair, Signed. Straight side chair Side Chair, upholstered seat. Signed on the underside: Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers, Auburn, Maine, 1994 John. Dimensions: 19" W x 22" D x 44" H. Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 116: Chinese hand painted scroll. Ink and opaque color on paper. Laid on paper with silk border. Signed. Crane in a stand of bamboo. Painting: 65 x 38 inches. Scroll overall: 84 x 45 inches. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 117: Chinese handpainted scroll. Ink and opaque color on paper. Buddhistic figure seated with a beast. Calligraphy and signed. Picture: 68 x 36 1/2. Scroll overall: ceiling to floor. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 118: John Rogers (American, b. 1929), Corrugated cardboard Arch, Untitled, 1987, from a Southern California museum collection. Sight: 93 x 26 x 9 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 119: Chinese handpainted scroll. Opaque color on paper mounted on silk. Signed. Peacock in foliate ground. Painting: 55 x 30 inches. Scroll overall: 8ft. X 34 inches. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 120: Chinese handpainted scroll. Opaque color on silk with gilt floral patterned borders. Mounted on gold cloud-band patterned silk with paper backing. Signed. Hunt scene before an audience seated in a pavillion. Painting: 22 x 40 inches. Scroll overall: 65 inches. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 121: MG TD Midget three spoke wood steering wheel. Wheel is 15" diameter. Also included various parts catalogues. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 122: MG TD Midget wood dashboard panel with gauges. Includes British Jaeger speedometer marked X62022/34 1600 and SS598, British Jauger tachometer with clock marked X65021/4 2-1 K45, British Jaeger oul and water gauge marked X42638/28 to 9, and a Lucas ampmeter. Also included are 3 body plates. Estimate: $400-$700

Lot 123: MG TD Midget Parts, including various Lights. Includes two lights marked Lucas 1130, two red tail lights, two headlights (marked T-3), and various other MG TD hardware. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 124: MG TD Midget Parts. Includes two rear view mirrors, Two door handles, a rear light cowling marked Lucas 467-2, windshield wipers, and other MG TD parts. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 125: MG TD Midget Parts, including headlight cowling and door hinges. May be refurbished. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 126: MG TD Midget Radiator and Radiator grill with MG emblem intact. Estimate: $400-$700

Lot 127: Assorted MG TD parts, including a window and hub caps Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 128:MG TD Midget Parts. Includes carburetors, distributor, coils, two horns (one damaged), and other parts. Estimate: $250-$500

Lot 129:MG TD Midget Parts. Includes a group of nuts, bolts, and clips, some cables (possibly choke), and various gaskets and other hardware. Estimate: $50-$150

Lot 130: MG TD Midget leather panels and window pieces and one seat. Estimate: $400-$700

Lot 131: MG TD Wheels and Hubs. Includes five wheels, five hubs, a box of spokes, and one other wheel with tire. Estimate: $250-$500

Lot 132: MG TD convertible top bow frame and covers. Includes bow frame, two covers, and various trim pieces. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 133: Bodine Series 200 Fractional Horsepower Gearmotor. Model 527CK. Type NSH-1103, 115 volts,DC, .33 amp, 1/50 HP. And a Bodine DC motor speed control model BSH-200. Bodine Electric Co. Chicago, Ill. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 134: Eight (8) NOS 8471 vacuum tubes. Includes five RCA and one GE. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 135:Thirty (30) Russian NOS vacuum tubes. Includes twenty-eight Sovtek 6550WA tubes and two Svetlana 6550B-3 tubes. Estimate: $120-$240

Lot 136: Twelve (12) NOS GE 6L6GC audio vacuum tubes. "Holy Grail" tubes, Fender amps and other audio applications. Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 137: Thirty-Eight (38) NOS Vacuum Tubes. Includes 10 RCA 6DZ7, 7 Sylvania 6JN6, 6 Sylvania JAN-CHS-5933, brown base, and 15 6KG6A/EL519 (6 Sylvania ECG, 4 Sylvania, 1 RCA, 1 Zenith, 1 GE, and 2 Lindal). Estimate: $350-$700

Lot 138: Eight (8) NOS Amperex EL503/8278 vacuum tubes. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 139: Thirty-Four (34) NOS Vacuum Tubes. Includes 14 6GK6 (10 Sylvania, 4 RCA), 4 GE 7189A, 6 Sylvania 6JK6, 10 Brimar 6CH6/EL821. Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 140: Uwatec Galileo Sol wrist-worn SCUBA diving computer. With case. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 141: Bogner professional ski parka. Size US 44 XL. Marked 7570 Expedition and Bogner Pro Tour Supplier. Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 142: Bogner professional ski parka. Size US 42. Marked Bogner Racing Club, California. Designed for Bogner by Joan Thylmann. Estimate: $300-$600








       

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