Fine Estates and Modern Art Auction
Saturday November 30, 2013 10:00am
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Quality Estate Furniture · Antique Furniture · Contemporary Furniture · Glass, Porcelain, Silver · Fine & Decorative Art · Books & Children's Books · Collectibles · Guns · Toys & Dolls · Coins & Stamps · Tools & Machinery · Fine Linens & Textiles · Fine & Costume Jewelry

Lot 1: Cranberry glass to clear Decanter with silver overlay, grape and vine design. Paneled decanter and matching stopper. Overall Height: 12 ¾ inches.
Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 2: Twelve (12) Shreve & Co, San Francisco, sterling silver demitasse footed cup holders with matching saucers, and ten Lenox porcelain liners. Cups and hexagonal saucers are  monogrammed “R” with hammered rim bands. Ten ivory Lenox liners with single gold band, two different sizes. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 3: Kirk & Son sterling silver footed bowl “Camellias” #145. Stamped: S. Kirk & Son Sterling Diameter: 12 inches; Height: 2 ½ inches. Weight: 27.3 OZT Estimate: $500-$700

Lot 4: Italian Silver Baluster Vase, 800 standard, with repousse and chased decoration. Paper Label reads Gioielleria Di Soma. Height: 13 ¾ inches. Stamped: 800,  Weight: 38.65 OZT
Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 5: Roycroft Vase Silver Acid Etched Finish. Height: 5 1/4 inches Late Roycroft Mark: 1928-1938 Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 6: Three (3) Antique Belgian Bi-Corn Hats in original hatbox from Severin Freres, Brussels. Two of the hats are labeled on the lining:  “Maison Accent et Cannone Rue Royale Bruxelles” and “F. Kips 44 Montagne de la Cour Bruxelles”.
Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 7: Natalie Sarabella Custom Christmas Ornament "USA 2001". Holiday ball signed Natalie Sarabella 2001, blue glass ball decorated with a white Eagle, sequin and bead red, white and blue wings, gold decoration and  red and gold ribbon. 6 inches diameter approximately, in original green velvet-like presentation/storage box. Estimate: $100-$300

Lot 8: Natalie Sarabella Christmas Ornament, signed Natalie Sarabella 2001, purple glass holiday ball decorated with a beaded Christmas Tree and green, purple and gold and ribbon. 6 inches diameter approximately, in original green velvet-like presentation/storage box.
Estimate: $100-$300

Lot 9: Natalie Sarabella Designer Christmas Ornament, signed Natalie Sarabella 2001, purple glass holiday ball decorated with a classic French Horn, bead and pearl decoration with gold and purple ribbon. 6 inches diameter approximately, in original green velvet-like presentation/storage box.
Estimate: $100-$300

Lot 10: Judith Leiber red silk evening bag having a single amber and white rhinestone clasp set in gold metal hardware and matching double chain.  Bag is decorated on two sides with an eight petal sequin and bead flower.  Bag opens to an interior fitted with two pockets, one having a zipper, accompanied by a gold comb with gold tassle, mirror on stand, coin purse and dust bag. Judith Leiber gold metal tag inside bag and Product Registry paper No.84537.  Height: 6 ½ x 6 ½ x 2 ½ inches. Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 11: Lladro porcelain figure “On The Town” 1452. Issued 1983 - Retired 1993. Height: 14 ½ inches (Box not available).
Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 12: Lladro porcelain figure “Embroider”  Issued 1974 - Retired 1994.  Height: 11 inches (Box not available).
Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 13: Louis Vuitton Croisette shoulder bag Epi leather, Vanilla, with matching wallet. Outside has one open slip pocket on front and back. Top is secured with zipper. Inside is in washable fabric and  has an open pockets and another for your mobile phone. The wallet folds and closes with a pull-over elastic strap. With Louis Vuitton dust bag. Condition: In overall good gently used condition. Pen marks inside the two interior fabric open top pockets.
Estimate: $250-$500

Lot 14: GENE SHERER (20th Century), Sculptural Jewelry Chest, “Chest of Drawers”, wood sculpture with eleven lined drawers, five on the right and six on the left, some with dividers.  Branded: Gene Sherer, copyright 1985, #24.  Height: 22 x 15 x 9 inches. Estimate: $3,000-$6,000

Lot 15:  JAMES RANDOLPH (20th Century, Port Angeles, Washington), cut and polished Glass Sculpture titled "The Embrace", signed James Randolph.  Height: 31 x 16 x 9 inches. Estimate: $3,000-$8,000

Lot 16: FRANCIS BACON (England/Ireland, 1902-1995) Limited Edition Lithograph #108/170, 1975 Signed lower left: Francis Bacon Titled: The Human Body Study Original Lithograph printed for the Metropolitan Museum New York by Mourlot for an Exhibition held in 1975. Stamped lower left “A. MANARANCHE LITH.” and with the Museum Seal. Sight: 62 x 42 3/4 inches Overall: 63 x 43 3/4 inches. Estimate: $3,000-$6,000

Lot 17: OWEN SMITH, Oil on paper board, image appeared on cover of The New Yorker magazine, March 31, 2003. Signed lower left O Smith, (American, 1964 - ).  In pencil verso, on backing paper, “Soldiers”. Image size: 16 x 22 inches  Sight: 19 5/8 x 14 inches  Framed, glazed: 29 x 23 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 18: MARC CHAGALL (French/Russian, 1887-1985),
Color lithograph, limited edition: #25/50,
Bouquet sur la ville, 1983, 18 x 12 inches. Within gilt wood frame with ivory silk mat, glazed. Overall: 32 x 26 inches. Estimate: $5,500-$6,500

Lot 19: MARC CHAGALL (French/Russian, 1887-1985), Color lithograph, limited edition: #25/50, Art Flowers, 1983, 19 x 13 inches. Within a gilt wood frame with ivory linen mat, glazed. Overall: 32 x 26 inches. Estimate: $7,000-$9,000

Lot 20: JOHN JAMES AUDUBON Engraving and aquatint in color, with hand coloring, original Whatman watermark 1831 paper. “Columbia Jay, Plate XCVI” by Robert Havell, DEF. Sheet Size: 37 ¼ x 24 7/8 inches. Estimate: $12,000-$18,000

Lot 21: "TIL, TAK, TOC" Cut Polished Crystal Sculpture.
Height: 23 x 12 x 4 inches. Estimate: $1,500-3,000

Lot 22: Bronze Sculpture, untitled modeled as a Mime.  Richard Macdonald (American, 1946-), Signed © Richard Macdonald. Height: 13 x 16 x 9 inches
Overall height with plinth: 14 inches. Estimate: $3,500-$6,000

Lot 23: Bronze Sculpture titled “Diana” (Huntress), standing nude. Richard Macdonald (American, 1946-), Signed and numbered: © Richard Macdonald 125/175. Height: 17 inches Overall height with plinth: 19 inches. Estimate: $3,500-$6,000

Lot 24: Gorham Sterling Silver "Plymouth-Large" Tea Set w/Tea Kettle. 6-piece Tea Set, with ebony handles and finials, comprising: Tea Kettle on Stand with Warmer, Tea Pot, Coffee Pot, Waste Bowl, Covered Sugar and Creamer. All pieces stamped with Gorham hallmark and Sterling.  Total Weight: 93.18 OZT (including handles & finials). Estimate: $2,500-$4,000

Lot 25: Two Neoclassical style bronze dore figural candle holders, comprising a man and woman in classical dress, each holding an urn containing an open flower bud candle sconce, raised on a fluted alabaster column and brass base.  Overall height: 13 inches. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 26: Polychrome Carved Wood ship’s figurehead, a Scotsman. dressed in traditional Scottish kilt.  Height: 48 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 27: Ship’s carved and painted wood, two-tailed Mermaid or Siren.  Height: 25 inches; Overall Height: 48 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 28: Perlita Taxco Mexico sterling silver lobed Bowl, .925, with applied meandering scroll border, raised on a reticulated scroll stand.  Diameter: 7 3/8  inches; Height: 2 1/2 inches.  Total Weight: 15.4 OZT
Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 29: Two (2) Sterling Silver Bowls, lobed form, comprised of a Reed & Barton #X720 (Dia.:8 ¾ x 1 ½  inches) and one other lobed bowl stamped Sterling  (Dia.:8 ¾ x 1 ¾ inches).  Total Weight: 20.25 OZT
Estimate: $400-$700

Lot 30: Ladies vintage platinum and diamond ring, set with older vintage round brilliant, full and single cut diamonds. The center diamond estimated 0.39 cts. Estimated 1 2/3 total carat weight. Total weight: 8.0 grams.
Estimate: $550-$850

Lot 31: Single strand Akoya cultured pearl necklace with 14K yellow gold fish-hook clasp. Average 8.9 mm. Length: 37 inches Approximately 94 pearls. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 32: Ladies vintage platinum and diamond medallion form ring. Full cut diamonds centering one transitional round brilliant cut diamond, estimated 0.38 ct. Estimated .86 total carat weight. Total weight: 4.7 grams. Estimate: $400-$550

Lot 33: Lady’s Cocktail Ring, pear-shape synthetic change of color sapphire in yellow gold setting. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 34: Solitaire diamond Tie Tack, Modern round brilliant cut diamond, estimated 0.40 ct., the yellow gold stud marked 14K. Estimate: $450-$600

Lot 35: Italian Designer white gold and diamond necklace and bracelet set. Marked 750 214 Roma. Fancy links, with brilliant cut diamond-set links, with plunger clasp.  Necklace: estimated 2.52 total carat weight; 146.7 grams; Length: 17 inches;   Drop Length: 8 inches.  Bracelet: estimated 4.48 total carat weight; 67.1 grams; Length: 8 ½ inches. Estimate: $7,000-$9,000

Lot 36: Ancient Roman Coin, Yellow Gold & Diamond Pendant. Roman coin set within a heavy yellow gold bezel bead-set with nine round brilliant cut diamonds stationed on a bar-link chain, stamped Gold Art 750. 0.45 total carat weight. Total weight: 45.0 grams. Estimate: $1,000-$1,500

Lot 37: Ladies “PLAT” Scott Kay Diamond Engagement Ring. Diamond 1.20ct, Color F, Clarity SI2. Center stone accented with four (4) square brilliant cut diamonds, estimated weight to be 0.20ct,  Color F-G, Clarity VS1-SI1 *Stone documented in GIA Lab Report
Estimate: $4,500-$6,500

Lot 38: Ladies vintage 14K white gold and diamond ring, centered with 2 European cut diamonds, framed by 14 single cut diamonds. Estimated 0.54 total carat weight.  Total weight: 3.8 grams
Estimate: $250-$350

Lot 39: Triple strand cultured Akoya semi baroque pearl necklace with cream white body color; and an 18K yellow and white gold, diamond set clasp. The 3 gold beads near the clasp are marked Schoeffel 750. Approximately 159 pearls. 7.5 – 7.8 mm.  Length: 17 inches; Drop length: 9 inches. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 40: Platinum and diamond brooch, custom made, channel set with 41 round brilliant cut diamonds. Total weight: 1.20 cts. Total weight of Brooch: 25.3 grams
Estimate: $1,200-$1,500

Lot 41: Carved sea conch cameo set in an oval chased yellow gold bezel, stamped 750.
Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 42: Pair of vintage Carmen Bekmann sterling silver and Mexican opal cufflinks.  Stamped: Mexico Sterling Bekmann. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 43: Grand Piano form gold and diamond brooch, the 18K yellow gold piano case set with approximately 100 round brilliant cut diamonds, the 18K white gold keyboard set with 10 baguette cut diamonds. Total diamond estimated weight: 2.90 cts.  Total weight: 9.8 grams.
Estimate: $1,700-$2,500

Lot 44: Pair of channel set diamond cufflinks, the tops platinum. Estimated 0.34 total carat weight. Total weight: 14.0 grams. Estimate: $450-$750

Lot 45: Ladies yellow gold ring centered with an oval mixed-cut pink tourmaline, with what appear to be cabochons and princess cut Tsavorite garnets. With borders of 32 round brilliant cut diamonds. Estimated 0.5 ct. total diamond weight.  Total weight: 13.7 grams. Tests 18kt
Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 46: Ladies “PLAT” Scott Kay Diamond Wedding Band. Five brilliant cut diamonds. Total estimated diamond weight: 0.22ct Color F-G; Clarity: VS1-2
Estimate: $900-$1,200

Lot 47: Lady’s 14K Yellow Gold freeform Diamond Ring, with 4 round brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total weight: 0.57ct
Estimate: $850-$1,250

Lot 48: Ladies Limited Edition Croton wristwatch. Stainless steel bracelet with 18Kt yellow gold rivets, mother of pearl dial with diamond indicators. Swiss 14 jewel movement
Estimate: $900-$1,200

Lot 49: Man’s 14K White Gold Diamond Wedding Band. Solitaire diamond estimated weight 0.13ct, Color F-G, Clarity SI2. Ring size: 14
Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 50: Cultured pearl and yellow gold tin cup necklace. 8.6 – 8.9 mm
Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 51: Vintage Native American (Navajo) Silver and Turquoise Conch Belt with 5 oval stamped conches with inset turquoise, 6 stamped Butterfly spacers and Buckle with 4 inset turquoise cabochons.  Buckle approximately 3 ½ x 3 inches; Oval Conches approximately 3 ½ x 3 inches; Butterfly Spacers 2 ¼ x 1 ¼ inches
Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 52: Yellow gold Charm Bracelet with seven (7) Christmas charms, 14K.  Total weight: ).86 OZT Estimate: $700-$900

Lot 53: Group of nine (9) yellow gold charms and pendants, personalized, marked 14K.  Total weight: 1.22 OZT Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 54: French Bronze Dore Mantle Clock with English movements, Henry Bright, Leamington, white porcelain face with blue roman numerals and black Arabic numbers. Circa 1870, French Ormolu.  Height: 16 x 10 x 6 inches Estimate: $3,000-5,000

Lot 55: 18kt yellow gold butterfly brooch with lapis wings, fresh water pearl body, and ruby eyes.  Total weight: 11.6 grams Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 56: Blue sapphire and diamond ring in yellow and white gold setting, featuring alternating rows of channel set round full cut diamonds and baguette cut sapphires. Estimated 0.60 ct. total diamond weight. Total weight: 12.1 grams Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 57: Ladies white gold, diamond and rainbow sapphire bracelet, featuring green, blue, pink, yellow and orange sapphires flanked by small full-cut diamonds. 14kt. Length: 8 ¼ inches. Estimated 2.5 ct. total diamond weight. Total weight: 18.1 grams Estimate: $2,500-$3,500

Lot 58: Pair of white gold, sapphire and garnet articulated drop earrings, marked 18Kt. The bead-set diamond mountings frame the square and round cut gemstones in whimsical settings  Pierced post earrings. Estimated 1.38 ct diamond total weight.   Total weight 11.2 grams. Estimate: $750-$1,000

Lot 59: Jade and 14kt yellow gold hinged bangle bracelet. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 60: Cultured pearl and diamond flower ring in 18kt yellow gold. Featuring a cluster of five cultured pearls in a leaf form setting with small diamond accents. Total weight: 10.6 grams. Estimate: $250-$450

Lot 61: Ladies jade and diamond ring. Oval jade cabochon framed by sixteen full-cut diamonds, set in 14kt white gold. Estimated .68 ct total weight. Total weight: 8.0 grams. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 62: Lady’s Smoky Quartz 10K Yellow Gold custom made Cocktail Ring. Round facetted 70.80ct Smokey Quartz, stone mounted in a large half-bezel with bright polish finish. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 63: Lapis and 14kt yellow gold stylized ring. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 64: Rembrandt Etching “Resurrection of Lazarus”.  REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (Netherlands, 1606-1669), in arched format. Sight: 14 ¼ x 9 ¾. Overall: 24 x 20 inches. Estimate: $4,000-$7,000

Lot 65: Louis Icart Etching with Color “Heavy Breasts”.  LOUIS JUSTIN LAURENT ICART (1888-1950), frontal three-quarter length female nude.  Sight: 10 x 8 inches. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 66: Hilda Steckel "Triple Steckel" Glazed Ceramic Sculpture.  HILDA STECKEL (American, 20th Century)  Height: 82 x 36 ½ x 18 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 67: Hilda Steckel "Double Steckel" Glazed Ceramic Sculpture.  HILDA STECKEL (American, 20th Century)  Height: 78 x 17 ½ x 17 ½ inches. Estimate: $800-$1,500

Lot 68: Carved wood and polychrome Eagle Lectern, standing on a ball with wings spread, raised on a mahogany fluted pedestal, fitted with a single door cupboard. Height of Eagle: 29 inches  Overall Height: 59 inches. Estimate: $1,200-$1,600

Lot 69: Original Mixed Media by JEAN-CLAUDE GAUGY (West Virginia/New Mexico/France, 1944-), titled “Le Note Dominante”, Linear Expressionist.  Signed lower left: GAUGY.  Sight: 29 ½ x 23 ½ inches; Overall: 39 ½ x 33 ½ inches  Provenance: Purchased from Atlas Galleries, Chicago, IL Estimate: $2,000-$4,000

Lot 70: Rembrandt Etching “The Tribute Money”.  REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (Netherlands, 1606-1669), Paper: 3 3/8 x 4 ¾ inches; Sight: 5 ¾ x 4 ¾  inches ; Overall: 15 x 16 inches.  (Reference #340147) Provenance: Purchased from Atlas Galleries, Chicago, IL Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 71: Rembrandt Etching “Man Drawing from a Cast”.  REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (Netherlands, 1606-1669), Paper: 4 ¾ x 2 5/8  inches; Sight: 5 ¾ x 4 ¾ inches ; Overall: 18 x 16 3/4 inches. (Reference #340147) Provenance: Purchased from Atlas Galleries, Chicago, IL. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 72: Whistler Lithograph titled “The Laundress”. JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER (1834-1903) .  Sight: 11 x 7 ¾  inches ; Overall: 22 ½ x 19 inches. (Reference #20666) Provenance: Purchased from Atlas Galleries, Chicago, IL. Estimate: $400-$700

Lot 73: MARC CHAGALL (French/Russian, 1887-1985) Color lithograph, limited edition: #25/50. Le Peintre au Chapeau, 1983, 21 x 15 inches.  Within gilt wood frame with ivory silk mat, glazed. Overall: 32 x 26 inches. Estimate: $4,500-$6,000

Lot 74: JOAN MIRO (Spanish, 1893-1983) Color lithograph, limited edition: #83/100,  Le Lezard aux Plumes d’Or, 1971, 13 x 39 inches.  Float matted on white silk in an ebonized frame, glazed. Overall: 25 x 49 inches. Estimate: $4,500-$6,000

Lot 75: Classical Bronze figure, soldier on horseback, raised on a marble pedestal.  Overall Height: 23 x 13 x 7 inches. Estimate: $800-$1,500

Lot 76: Brass Marine Signalling Lamp. Height: 39 1/4 x 17 x 16 inches. Estimate: $500-$1,000

Lot 77: President Jefferson model container ship by Boucher & Lewis Precision Models Inc. New York, in presentation case.  Actual size Stem to Stern: 81 inches x 10½ inches approximately. Case Size: 89 x 29½ x 15 inches approximately. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000

Lot 78: KINLEY SHOGREN (American, 1924 - 1991) Watercolor on paper, Signed lower right: K. Shogren 1982; signed in pencil verso: Kinley Shogren 1982, framed for Reliance Electric Co. 1982. Maritime, The “President Lincoln” in the San Francisco Bay, against a backdrop of San Francisco, including Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Sight: 21 ½ x 29 inches Framed and glazed Overall: 21 ½ x 29 inches. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 79: VILMA VILLAVERDE (Born 1942), modern stoneware and metal sculpture, Standing Woman (Sewing Machine).  69 x 20 x 20 inches. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 80: VILMA VILLAVERDE (Born 1942), modern stoneware and ceramic sculpture titled "Como me". 28 x 33 3/4 x 13 inches.  Provenance: Galerie J.C. Riedel, Paris. Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 81: Hilda Steckel "Single Lady Upside Down" Glazed Ceramic Sculpture.  HILDA STECKEL (American, 20th Century)  Height: 40 x 14 x 18 inches. Estimate: $700-$1,200

Lot 82: Continental carved giltwood tabouret, on cabriole legs, x-stretcher and upholstered seat. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 83: Antique Venetian carved giltwood Wall Shelf. 20 x 28 x 10 1/2 inches. Estimate: $2,000-$4,000

Lot 84: A George II Silver Baluster Jug, London 1748. Baluster shape body with gadrooned foot, ebony handle, hinged lid and artichoke finial. Height: 10 inches Weight: 28 OZT Provenance: purchased from Garrard The Crown Jewelers, London, England in 1978. Estimate: $800-$1,400

Lot 85: Eight (8) Maciel Mexico Sterling Silver Eggcups. Two different makers marks: Some stamped MACIEL STERLING 0.925 and others just MACIEL. Height: 3 ¼ inches Total Weight: 14.2 OZT. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 86: 1-Volume: “Old St. Paul’s”, A Tale of the Plague and the Fire, by William Harrison Ainsworth, Esq. Illustrations by John Franklin and H.R. Browne. London 1847. Quarter leather and marble boards. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 87: 1-Volume: “Prestwich’s on Poisons”. Prestwich’s Dissertation on Mineral, Animal & Vegetable Poisons. London 1775. Full leather binding. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 88: 1-Volume: “Francis’ History of the Bank of England” by Joseph Hume Francis. Euclid Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois. 1888, First Edition. Dark green cloth boards with gilt lettering. Condition very fine, no defects, owners bookplate on inside first page. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 89: 1-Volume: “The American Indian as a Slaveholder and Secessionist”. An omitted chapter in the Diplomatic History of the Southern Confederacy by Anne Heloise Abel, PH.D. The Arthur H. Clark Company, Cleveland, 1915 First Edition. Red cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Illustrated with maps and photographs. Inscribed to/from on inside first page. Condition: Overall Fine. Page 20-21 brown staining (due to old newspaper clipping being stored in book). Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 90: 3-Volumes: “Beaux and Belles of England” by James Boaden. The Grolier Society London, Imperial Editions, each limited to 1,000 copies, each volume No. 176. Volumes I, II: Mrs. Siddons; Volume III: Mrs. Robinson. Red leather, marble cloth boards with gilt lettering. Condition: Very Fine. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 91: 4-Volumes: “The Debates, Resolutions, and other Proceedings in Convention on the Adoption of the Federal Constitution as Recommended bythe General Convention at Philadelphia on the 17th September 1787 Collected and Revised by Jonathan Elliot. Volume 1 containing the debates in Massachusetts and New York. Washington 1827. Full leather binding with owners name and inscription on inside front page. Owners name on second inside blank page and owners name written on top right of frontispage and inscription. Volume 2 containing the debates in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Washington 1828. Full leather binding with owners name written on both inside front pages. Owners name written on top right of frontispage. Volume 3 containing the debates in the States of North Carolina and Pennsylvania, Washington 1830. Full leather binding with owners name on both inside front pages and top right of frontispage. Volume 4 Supplementary to the State Convention in 3 Volumes in adopting the Federal Constitution. Washington 1830. Full leather binding with owners names written on inside front page and owners name on top right frontispage. Condition: Overall condition very good with no major flaws or damage. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 92: 1 Volume: "A Plan of Education for the Young Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain" by Thomas Sheridan, A.M. London MDCCLXIX (1769). Full leather binding. Owners name inside front page. Condition: Front cover is detached from spine, back cover is loose but still attached. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 93: 2 Volumes: “Archaeological Survey of India, A Guide to the Sculptures in the Indian Museum”. Part 1: Early Indian Schools; Part 2: The Graeco-Buddhist School of Gandhara. By N. G. Majumdar. Delhi Manager of Publications 1937. Cloth boards with slight staining to Part 1. Overall Condition Very Good. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 94: 1 Volume: “India in 1887” as seen by Robert Wallace with plates and illustrations. Edinburgh 1888. Full red leather binding, with gilt embellishments and writing. Fine condition. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 95: 2 Volumes: The Asiatic Annual Register or A View of the History of Hindustan and the Politics, Commerce and Literature of Asia. For the year 1804, 1805 by Lawrence Dundas Campbell Esq. London 1806, 1807. Condition: Both volumes missing the front and back leather binding. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 96: 5- Volumes: assorted, soft bound relating to Anthropology, Ethnology, Archaeology in North America. With many drawings and photographs. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 97: Mason’s Ironstone Compote, two foliate scrolling handles, overall floral decoration, raised on an acanthine pedestal and octagonal base. Mark: Crown and Banner “Mason’s Patent Ironstone China” #1573. Circa 1825. Height: 9 inches; Diameter: 11 inches; Handle to Handle: 13 inches. Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 98: Mason's Ironstone Tray & Vase, both decorated in the oriental taste with figural reserves. Mark: Crown and Banner “Mason’s Patent Ironstone China England”. Circa 1900. Tray: 16 x 12 inches; Vase Height: 8 ½ inches. Condition: Tray has a chip to one handle and some minor losses to the transfer decoration. Estimate: $100-$250

Lot 99: Set of 12 Bernardaud, France, Limoges Porcelain Plates, retailed by Gumps San Francisco, having a white center, encircled by a pink band, decorated with a gilt rim band. Diameter: 10 inches. Condition: (3) plates have flaws, as photographed. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 100: Royal Bonn, Germany, handpainted porcelain Palace Urn. signed J.Schmite/(z). Handpainted with beautiful flowers and foliage in a garden setting, with elaborate gilt, the cover having an artichoke form finial and the urn raised on a square acanthine clad base. Height: 42 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 101: 1954 Nash Statesman Custom Series Country Club. Two door sedan, in-line six cylinder engine, Body no: 6423, Model no: 5457, Trim no: 176, Paint no: 53-59. VIN: K-624505 Lic: A54NASH Odometer: 41850.7. Estimate: $4,000-$8,000

Lot 102: Louis Vuitton black Epi leather Shoulder Bag. Front flap is centered by a smooth black leather circle, encasing a gold twist clasp stamped LOUIS VUITTON. Adjustable leather strap attached each side with gold metal LV hardware. Interior fitted with two open pockets, one zip pocket and a smaller open pocket behind the zip pocket. In good gently used condition. Stamped inside flap”LOUIS VUITTON PARIS MADE IN FRANCE”. Size: 10 ½ x 8 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 103: SALVADOR DALI, (Spanish, 1904-1989) Color lithograph, limited edition: #87/300 Chevalier Surrealist.1980 Sight: 26 ½ x 19 ¼ inches Plate: 22 ½ x 17 7/8 inches Within silver metal frame with white linen mat, glazed. Overall: 33 x 25 ¾. Estimate: $500-$1,000

Lot 104: PETER MAX, (American/German, 1937 - ) Color Serigraph, Limited Edition: 224/250 Figurative sunset on blue lake, 21 x 28 inches. Within a silver metal frame with white mat, glazed. Overall: 27 x 34 inches. Estimate: $700-$1,000

Lot 105: PABLO PICASSO, (Spanish, 1881-1973), Etching, limited edition: #38/50 Untitled, (from 156 Series) 10 x 13 inches. Within molded gilt frame with white board, glazed. Overall: 28 x 31 inches. Estimate: $2,750-$4,000

Lot 106: MARC CHAGALL (French/Russian, 1887-1985), Etching. No apparent signature L’Avarice III, per Park West Gallery certificate verso. Plate: 6 ¼ x 4 ¼ inches Within a silver gilt frame with white board, glazed. Overall: 22 x 20 inches. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 107: ALEXANDER CALDER (American, 1898-1976), Color lithograph, limited edition: EA Abstract, Stars and Stripes, 25 x 25 inches. Float matted on brown board in gold metal frame, glazed. Overall: 33 x 43 inches. Estimate: $1,200-1,800

Lot 108: PETER MAX, (American/German, 1937 - ), Color lithograph, limited edition: #25/300 Zero and Flowers Abstract, Gent in chair before picture window, 19 x 24 inches. Within a silver metal frame with gray mat, glazed. Estimate: $500-$1,000

Lot 109: JOAN MIRO Color Lithograph "Soleil Rouge I" #VII/LXXX Joan Miro (Spanish, 1893-1983), Color lithograph, limited edition: #VII/LXXX, Soleil Rouge, from Lithographe I, 1972, 17 x 14 inches. Within gilt wood frame with black mat, glazed. Overall: 26 x 22 ¾ inches. Estimate: $4,000-$6,500

Lot 110: GENE KLOSS (American, 1903-1996) Etching, Artist Proof Signed: Gene Kloss Titled: January Morning Plate: 7 3/8 x 8 7/8; Sight: 8 ½ x 9 3/4; Overall: 17 x 16 inches. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 111: Royal Doulton porcelain 104 piece Dinner Service, Pattern #E2929. Comprising: 12 Dinner Plates (10 1/4"), 12 Luncheon Plates (8 7/8"), 12 Dessert Plates (8"), 12 Bouillon Cups & Saucers, 12 Teacups and Saucers, and 10 Demitasse Cups and Saucers (6 Plain and 4 Footed). Condition: Gently used. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 112: Schumann Germany porcelain, "Dresden Flowers" luncheon set, 22 pieces, comprising 8 Lattice Plates (10 ¼ inches); 8 Tea/Coffee Cups and Saucers; 6 Demitasse Cups and Saucers. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 113: Thomas Moser Harpswell Armchair with back. Cherrywood frame, upholstered seat and back panel. Signed underneath: Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers Auburn, Maine 1992, Brenda Bowie. Estimate: $400-$700

Lot 114: Global Furniture large sofa, tan leather and high gloss wood. Arms and back are of continuous form, leather, centered by high gloss wood, supported on chrome pillars, a buttoned-style seat, with two loose back cushions, raised on aluminum legs. Global Furniture, Brunswick, New Jersey Dimensions: 87 x 38 x 25 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$1,500

Lot 115: MINTO Jicarillo Apache, Acrylic on Canvas, signed lower left. Sight: 59 ½ x 47 inches. Framed. Provenance: Vantana Art, Santa Fe. Estomate: $3,000-$6,000

Lot 116: Prof. EMIL CIMIOTTI (Germany, 1927 -), Pair of abstract sculptures, polished nickel, stamped with signature and numbered 6/60. Height: 12 inches each. Estimate: $1,200-$2,000

Lot 117: CLAES OLDENBURG (New York, 1929 -), Pair of Latex Sculptures titled “London Knees” (A/P 51), 1966, signed with initials and dated “66” on the underside. Limited Edition to 120 copies with 10 artists proofs. Includes a Portfolio. Estimate: $2,000-$4,000

Lot 118: Pair of Louis XVI style Fauteuils with laurel leaf carved decoration, beige damascene upholstery. Paper label reads “Manufactured by Karges” Height: 41 x Width: 27 inches. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 119: Georgian Lowboy, burl walnut veneer with crossband and satinwood string inlay, fitted with 5-drawers, shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs, terminating in pad feet. Late 18th Century Height: 30 x 31 ½ x 20 inches. Estimate: $400-$700

Lot 120: An Italian patinated bronze figure of Hebe. Signed: Gall Romanelli Height: 60 inches On a marble plinth: Overall Height: 71 inches. Estimate: $1,800-$2,500

Lot 121: Syrian Mother-of-Pearl and Bone Inlaid Hardwood Chest with Mirror & Pediment. Comprising of three full length drawers and marble top. Overall Dimensions: 47 ½ x 33 ½ x 22 ½ inches. Estimate: $1,200-$1,800

Lot 122: Antique Giltwood Framed Mirror. Height: 48 x 32 inches. Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 123: ISAAC ISRAELS (Dutch, 1865-1934), Watercolor on paper, bustling European street scene. Signed lower right ISAAC ISRAELS '15. Sight: 8 1/2 x 11 inches; Overall: 19 1/2 x 17 inches. Estimate: $1,200-$2,000

Lot 124: ISAAC ISRAELS Watercolor. (Dutch, 1865-1934), Watercolor on paper, bustling European street scene. Signed lower left ISAAC ISRAELS '19. Sight: 9 1/2 x 12 ½ inches; Overall: 16 1/2 x 20 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

Lot 125: GEORGE TURNER (United Kingdom, 1843-1910) Oil on Canvas, Landscape Signed lower left: Geo.Turner Titled: The Way to the Homestead, Signed verso: Geo. Turner Kings Newton nr. Derby 1905 Sight: 14 x 19 ½ inches Overall: 20 ¾ x 26 ½ inches. Estimate: $1,500-$3,000

Lot 126: TOM CAMPBELL (United Kingdom/Scotland, 1865 - 1943) Oil on Canvas, Landscape Signed lower left: Tom Campbell Sight: 13 ½ x 17 ½ inches Overall: 20 x 24 inches. Estimate: $300-$600

Lot 127: ADELSTEEN NORMANN (Norway/Germany, (1848 - 1918) Oil on Canvas, Fjord Landscape Signed lower right: A. Normann Sight: 19 ½ x 25 inches Overall: 23 ½ x 29. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

Lot 128: WILLIAM H. VERNON, (United Kingdom, 1820-1909), two watercolors on paper, Coastal Seascapes with Ships, both signed W.H. Vernon. Paper size: 10 1/2 x 22 inches; Overall: 12 3/4 x 24 1/4 inches.
Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 129: ANDERS ABRAHAMSEN KONSGRUD (Norwegian, 1866-1938), (3) Oil on Canvas, Snowy Landscapes. Signed and dated. Handwritten titles verso in Norwegian. Sight: 16 ½ x 21; 16 ¾ x 21; 14 ¼ x 22. In wood and gesso frames, Overall: 21 ½ x 25 ¾; 21 ½ x 25 ¾; 19 x 27 inches. Estimate: $400-$800

Lot 130: Copeland Spode New Stone Dinner Service, 86 pieces. Comprising of Round Platter, Teapot, Covered Sugar and Creamer; Twelve 5-piece Place Settings: Dinner Plate, Salad Plate, Side Plate, Cup & Saucer, with the exception of 1 Cup and 11 Cream Soup Bowls with under plates and one additional Cream Soup no under plate. Mark: Green under glaze Copeland Spode New Stone England. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 131: LLADRO porcelain Figure "HIGH SOCIETY" #1430. Depicts a man and woman in party attire while he is holding a top hat. Behind them is a large vase filled with flowers. Retired. Height: 14 ¼ inches. Estimate: $200-$300

Lot 132: Ladro Porcelain Figure "Young Beethoven #1815, Figure standing playing a Harpsichord. Sculptor: Joan Coderch No. 860, signed. Retired. Height: 9 x 7 x 6 inches, standing on a wood plinth.
Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 133: Hard Stone Portrait Sculpture. Indiscernible signature verso. White rectangular plaque with female facial image in high/low relief, having a “melted wax” appearance. Plaque: 12 x 8 inches On polished silver metal stand. Estimate: $700-$1,000

Lot 134: DAUM, France, Blue Pate de Verre Artglass Sculpture, modeled as a two dimensional tribal figure, Marked: Daum, signed. 14 inches. Suspended on black metal stand. Estimate: $1,000-$1,500

Lot 135: ROBERTO LAURO (Swiss, 1932-), Abstract sculpture comprising an assembly of metal rolls, some with jagged surfaces 14 x 21 x 15 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 136: SALVADOR DALI (French-Spanish, 1904-1975), signed Limited Edition Lithograph, #XLIV/C, Titled: Rowena, Ivanhoe Suite, Dali (per Certificate of Authenticity). Sight: 27 x 19 inches Overall: 39 x 31 inches. Estimate: $500-$700

Lot 137: SALVADOR DALI (French-Spanish, 1904-1975), Limited Edition Etching, Signed, Titled: “Chevalier D’Espagne”. Paper embossed GA Ed. LXXVII/CCXXV. Certificate of Authenticity verso. Dimensions: Plate: 23 x 17; Sight: 28 x 19; Overall: 39 x 31 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 138: SALVADOR DALI (French-Spanish, 1904-1975), Limited Edition Etching, Signed, EA., Titled: “Grapes”. (per Certificate of Authenticity verso). Plate: 15 ½ x 12; Sight: 18 ¼ x 12 1/4 ; Overall: 28 x 22 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 139: ISAAC ISRAELS (Dutch, 1865-1934), Watercolor on paper, bustling European street scene. Signed lower right: ISAAC ISRAELS '11. Sight: 8 1/2 x 11 inches; Overall: 19 1/2 x 17 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

Lot 140: ADRIAN WONG SHUE (Jamaican/American, 20th Century), Titled: Bassoon Player, signed and dated lower right: Wong Shue ‘96 Sight: 21 x 24 inches; Overall: 34 x 36 inches. Estimate: $600-$800

Lot 141: United Nations Flag c.1950's McArthur Japan Korean War. Small United Nations Flag. Provenance: taken from one of the black limousines McArthur used in Japan at the beginning of the Korean War. The cars were parked outside of his headquarters in the Di Ichi building in Tokyo. (Building was also known as the Mitsubishi Building). Size: 11 ¼ x 13 ¼ inches approximately. Estimate: $80-$200

Lot 142: Japanese Man-of-War Flag, purchased in Tokyo, Japan in 1948. The flag, as a War symbol, was forbidden to be used after WWII. Also known as the Rising Sun, it was the symbol of Imperial Japan starting in the 1870’s. Size: 28 x 41 inches approximately. Estimate: $80-$200

Lot 143: Japanese Civil Flag, dating from 1870’s. Purchased in Tokyo in 1948. Dimensions: 29 x 37 inches approximately. Estimate: $80-$200

Lot 144: Australian Flag. Taken from a large sailboat moored on the Seine River in Paris. Size: 26 x 54 inches approximately. Estimate: $80-$200

Lot 145: British Royal Air Force Squadron Flag. Official flag of the British Royal Air Force. Obtained from a British gentleman who flew in the RAF in WWII. This gentleman flew the flag on July 4 as “Insurrection Day”. Size: 33 x 59 inches approximately. Estimate: $80-$200

Lot 146: Moorcroft 3-Piece Tea Set with Silver Overlay, Cornflower Red pattern. Comprising a teapot, sugar bowl and creamer. Signed and marked 1914. Teapot: height 8 inches, diameter 7 ½ inches. Condition: Crazing on body interiors. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000

Lot 147: Art Nouveau Bronze Figural Group, Pair of dancing beauties in swirling costume,standing on a draped and tassled rug, raised on a marble pedestal. Circa 1900 Overall height: 12 ½ inches. Condition: Bronze group in fine condition. A very slight chip in the base of the marble pedestal. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 148: Pair of contemporary Japanese Satsuma pottery Longevity figures. The man holding a wooden rake, and the woman holding a wooden broom. Height of man: 18 ½ inches, Height of woman: 16 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$1,500

Lot 149: Pair of Austrian porcelain mantle vases and covers, Royal Vienna style. Double handled urn form with gilded green and red ground to body and pedestal. Classical scenes in reserves, with initialed signature. With some hand painted detailing. Assembled in three pieces: the urn pedestal and plinth plus lids. Blue beehive mark, Austria. Early 20th Century Height overall: 22 inches, Width: 10 inches, handle to handle. Estimate: $2,800-$3,800

Lot 150: Victorian Papier Mache Tray on Stand. A rectangular ebonized tray with rust and gilt floral decorated dished rim. The tray sits on a mahogany folding stand with turned stretchers and X-form supports fitted with wooden wheel casters. Tray: 30 inches x 22 ¾ inches; Height on stand: 25 inches. Estimate: $500-$750

Lot 151: Hammerton Log & Timber Steel Chandelier, Rusticated hand forged steel 6-light chandelier realistically modeled as pine tree branches finely detailed with pine needles and pine cones and a leather tether accent. With River Rust finish and faux candle lights. Height of fixture: 21 inches, Diameter: 25 inches. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

Lot 152: Rococo style gilt bronze 8-light chandelier, modeled with four mythical creatures, C-scrolls and acanthine clad volutes. Fitted with eight ruffled rim glass shades. From the San Francisco Opera House. Height: 28 inches, Width: 42 inches, approximately. Estimate: $3,500-$5,000

Lot 153: Rat Pack autographed Frank Sinatra LP Album Cover, “Frank Sinatra’s Greatest Hits” record album cover, bearing five signatures: Frank Sinatra; Dean Martin; Sammy Davis Jr; Peter Lawford; and Joey Bishop. 3-9-90. Framed and with accompanying Report of Signature Verification Overall: 26 ½ x 20 ½ inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 154: BRUNI SABIAN (Brazilian-American 20th C.) three works by this celebrity portraiture artist. 1. Frank Sinatra, dated verso 1977. 24 inches by 24 inches 2. Billie Holiday, 32 x 24 inches 3. Miles Davis, 13 x 17 inches (18 x 11 inches framed). Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 155: Rudyard Kipling "La Plus Belle Histoire du Monde" Translated from the English by Louis Fabulet and Robert d’Humieres with illustrations by De Maxime Dethomas Editor Rene Kieffer, 18, Rue Seguier – Paris 1919 Full dark brown leather binding with gilt edging In original slipcase. One volume. Condition: Very fine+ condition, with slight fading to the spine. Estimate: $60-$150

Lot 156: "Le Cheval Magique Poems" by Roger De’Vigne, Paris 1924. Fully leather bound with pictorial cover and gilt edging. In original slipcase. One volume. Condition: Book in very fine condition. Some distress to bottom of slipcase. Estimate: $60-$150

Lot 157: "L’Amour Ve’nal" by Francis Carco With Pointes Seches De Vertes, Paris MCMXXVI (1926). Book appears to be signed by both author and illustrator. Fully leather bound with gilt page edging. One volume In original slipcase. Condition: In very fine condition. Estimate: $60-$150

Lot 158: "Les Ballades" by Francois Dillon Edouard Pelletan, Editeur Paris 1896. Profusely illustrated with etchings and engravings throughout. Fully leather bound with gilt edging and decoration. In original slipcase. One volume. Condition: Very fine condition. Estimate: $60-$150

Lot 159: "Au Royaume De La Perle", by Leonard Rosenthal L’Edition D’Art H. Piazza, Paris 1920. Illustrated by Edmund Dulac. Exemplaire No. 5 of 1,500 as issued. Fully leather bound with gilt edging and lettering. With original slipcase. One volume. Condition: Book is in very fine condition, slight cracking to lower spine The slipcover is in poor condition. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 160: (2) Volumes, "Abecedaire ou Rudiment D’Archeologie" Par M. De Caumont, 1853, 1862. Red leather, marbled boards. Condition: Very fine condition, tight, clean. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 161: "Portolio L’Histoire du Costume Feminen Francais de l’an 1037 a’ l’an 1870" Editions Nilsson, 144 Avenue de Champs-Elysees, Paris. Comprising ten individual folios of loose pages, describing French fashion throughout the ages. Each folio profusely illustrated with color lithographs. Some folios in original tissue sleeves. Comprising: 2 sets of #1; 2 sets of #2; 1 set of #3; 1 set of #5; 1 set of #6, 2 sets of #9 and 1 set of #10. Does not include folios #4, #7 or #8. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 162: "Portfolio Le Beau Meuble de France" by Albert Keim Editions Nilsson, 144 Ave des Champs-Elysees, Paris. Preface de Paul Leon, Membre de l’Institul Directeur General des Beaux-Arta. Complete in 8 sections, illustrating French furniture styles from Renaissance to Epoque Modern eras. In original hard cloth cover. Condition: Distress to spine. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 163: 1789 German Edition Biblical Histories with Old and New Testaments, Rectors des Johannei zu Hamburg. One volume. Condition: Book in good condition. Some staining throughout and wear to cover. (no missing pages and tight to cover). Estimate: $150-$250

Lot 164: "Aufstand in Der Wuste", by T.E. Lawrence Beige cloth boards. No dust jacket. Condition: In very good condition (1 loose page, a sketch illustration of T.E. Lawrence). Estimate: $50-$100

Lot 165: (3) WWI and WWII era German issued military soft bound books with many real photographs of Luftwaffe and German Air Force and military. Estimate: $150-$300

Lot 166: (5) Soft bound volumes and 2 hard bound volumes by Wilhelm Busch. Written and printed in German. German fairy tales with many cartoon illustrations. Condition: Varying conditions. Estimate: $80-$150

Lot 167: "Uncle Remus His Songs & His Sayings The Folk-lore of the Old Plantation" by Joel Chandler Harris with illustrations by Frederick S. Church and James H Moser, New York D Appleton and Company, 1,3,and 5 Bond Street 1881. First Edition Dark green cloth boards with gilt Rabbit decoration on the front cover and gilt lettering on the spine. Condition: Condition very good+. Owner’s name in ink on inside 2nd blank page, and top left name stamp on inside 1st. Some pulling of pages from binding (minor). Eight pages of advertisements at end of book. Estimate: $450-$650

Lot 168: Rudyard Kipling, Two volumes 1. The Jungle Book New York, The Century Co. 1894 The De Vinne Press. Green cloth boards with gilt lettering and illustration on cover and spine. 2. The Second Jungle Book The Century Co. 1895 Red cloth boards with gilt lettering on cover and spine. Condition: 1: Overall condition is very good, with slight spine roll. Owner’s name in ink on inside left cover. Name stamped on 3rd blank inside page. 2: Owner’s name stamped and inked on inside first page Condition very good. Slight spine roll, fading. Estimate: $80-$150

Lot 169: Rolwandson, The Caricaturist (Vols I, II) by Joseph Grego with 400+ illustrations, Chatto and Windus, Piccadilly, London 1880. Red leather cloth boards with gilt lettering on spines. Estimate: $80-$150

Lot 170: “Pilgrimage”, by Samuel Burchas, London 1617. Black leather binding. One volume. Condition: Overall condition poor, pine pulling away from book. First few pages torn and tattered, binding loose and several pages stuck together. Estimate: $50-$100

Lot 171: “The Winchester Book” by George Madis. One volume. 1 of only 1000 issued. Signed by the author. Published by Art – Reference House, Brownsboro Texas, 1985. In original dust jacket with brown cloth board with gilt lettering. Condition: Owner’s book plate sticker on inside front page bottom right. Small tear to dust jacket inside bottom middle. Very fine copy. Estimate: $100-$200

Lot 172: “The Social Organization of the Tewa of New Mexico” by Elsie Clews Parsons. One volume Published for The American Anthropological Association, Manasha, Wis, USA. Number 36, 1929. Illustrated throughout, with many real photographs and illustrations. Condition: Spine showing wear and tear. Missing back cover. Estimate: $40-$80

Lot 173: "The Plays of W Shakespeare" in Thirty-seven Volumes. A 37 volume collection of The Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies of William Shakespear. New York, The Limited Editions Club, 1939. Decorated paper boards. Estimate: $1,200-$1,800

Lot 174: Half hull ship model mounted on oil on canvas seascape painting. Handcrafted mahogany and mixed woods half hull model of a 19th Century sailing ship, with fine plank and nail-head rivet detailing. The model is superimposed on an oil painted canvas completing the scene with on-deck scenes and an ocean background. Signed I Hudson, 1881. Within a conforming mahogany frame. Framed canvas overall: 23 x 41 inches. Condition: Condition: Good. Having an approximate 2-inch vertical tear in the upper right side near corner; and a repair verso. Estimate: $1,500-$4,000

Lot 175: Louis XVI Trumeau Style Pier Mirror Paint decorated wood frame with gilt carved bow knot and husk garland decoration. The top wood panel painted with classical scene, over the mirror plate. 20th Century 68 x 35 inches. Condition: $600-$900

Lot 176: Towle Sterling Silver Flatware Service. Estimate: $700-$1,000

Lot 177: Toyokoki Silver Plate, marked Silver 990. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 178: Vista Alegre, Portugal, porcelain figural group, a pastoral scene depicting a young romantic couple with baskets of flowers and a baby lamb. Height: 11 1/2 x 10 x 8 inches approximately. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 179: Chinese famille rose baluster form vase, modeled with Fo Dog masks and rings, decorated with beautiful lady and her attendants. Height: 11 1/4 inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 180: Large Baroque style chandelier with large pendant teardrop crystals, acanthus leaf and scroll decorated frame. Approximately 34 x 32 inche. s Estimate: $4,000-$6,000

Lot 181: Carved wood sculpture on square wooden plinth. Standing female disrobing, exposing her breasts. No apparent signature Figure: 40 inches Height overall: 65 inches. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 182: Carved alabaster sculpture of Rebecca at the Well, signed M Spinelli. Later converted to a floor Lamp. Assembled on a fluted column with an alabaster demi standard and torchere style lamp shade modeled with fringe. Approximate height: 77 inches. Condition: Disassembled, needing repair at the standard. Estimate: $1,000-$1,500

Lot 183: Bohemian Ruby Cut to Clear Crystal Punch Set - 15pcs. Set comprises of a Punch Bowl and Lid with facetted finial, 12 Cups with clear handles and notched decoration and a clear glass Ladle. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 184: Frisian Staart Dutch mahogany wall clock with arched pediment having a full figured Atlas centered by conforming female modeled finials. Painted face, dial and surround with embossed gilt metal spandrels representing the four seasons. Two pierced brass hands, repousse pendulum and dual brass weights. Weight driven with pull through movement. Time only. Brass clock works. Circa 1850 Approximately 55 x 13 x 8 inches Estimate: $2,000-$3,000

Lot 185: Color print map of the "Early United States of America, Compiled from the Latest & Best Authorities by John Melish". Within mahogany glazed frame with beige linen mat. Map: 16 x 19 1/4 inches; Frame overall: 24 1/2 x 28 inches. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 186: Ladies Blackglama Dark Ranch Mink Coat, full length with collar. Label: M. Alper Furs and Leathers. Approximate size: 16. Estimate: $2,000-$3,000

Lot 187: HEINRICH HARTUNG (German 1889-1966) Oil on canvas. Matterhorn mountain scape. 28 x 22 inches Within gilt wood frame: 36 x 30 inches overall. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 188: Clayton Brothers, “Safe with Others”. 2005” Mixed media on paper, signed and titled verso C. Clayton, R Clayton. (Rob and Christian, American, b. 1963 and b. 1967) Provenance: Paper label from Bellwether Gallery, New York. Sight: 17 x 14 inches. Framed: 22 x 19 x 1 ½ inches. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 189: HASUI KAWASE (Japanese 1883-1957) Title:Senon Temple,1942 Woodblock print 14 x 9 inches. Framed and glazed. Photocopied picture of the print with annotations fixed to back of enclosed frame. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 190: Ladies Dark Mink Jacket. Shirred. Size 16. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 191: Helena Hernmarck Handwoven Wool Tapestry New York Bay 1884 after an original painting by Edward Moran Tapestry by Helena Hernmarck 1990 Woven by Molly Doe Wensberg & Hanna Tsao Approximately 10 ft. x 13 ft. 8 in. Estimate: $4,000-$6,000

Lot 192: SALVADOR DALI Lithograph. Dali embossed paper, signed in stone. 12 x 10 inches Framed within a glazed black and gilt wood frame. 27 1/2 x 25 inches overall. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 193: “The Old West A Portrait in Paintings” by Frank McCarthy. Limited Edition #190/1500. A collection of color prints with historical narratives bound in one leather volume, with white canvas hard cover case. Estimate: $200-$400

Lot 194: VPI Industries SDS Synchronous Drive System. Serial #0680. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 195: McIntosh C26 Solid State Stereo Preamplifier. Serial #42P21. Estimate: $350-$500

Lot 196: Marantz Model Twenty Solid State Stereophonic Tuner (FM). Serial #20-1603. Estimate: $350-$500

Lot 197: Golden Tube Audio SE-40 Stereo Power Amplifier. Serial #03010. “For The Joy Of Music”. Estimate: $400-$700

Lot 198: VPI Industries Model T.N.T. turntable. Serial #1094. With JWM Memorial tonearm, Serial #97-414. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 199: Pair of Von Schweikert Research VR speakers. Serial #s BB-45-00409 & BB-45-00410. Estimate: $800-$1,500

Lot 200: Jadis DA 7 (DEFY 7) Stereo Tube Amplifier. Serial #1063. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000

Lot 201: BEL (Brown Electronics Labs) 1001 Stereo / Mono Amplifier. Serial #30801. Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 202: Audio Illusions Modulus 3 Preamplifier with PS-1 power supply. Serial #M3960812. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 203: VPI Industries HW-16.5 record cleaner. Serial #15655. Estimate: $300-$500

Lot 204: Golden Tube Audio SE-40 Stereo Power Amplifier. Serial #03009 Estimate: $500-$800

Lot 205: (5) Audio Research Stereo Components. D-115 High Definition Stereo Power Amplifier, MCP-33 Moving Coil Preamplifier, SP-11 High Definition Stereo Preamplifier, SP-11PS Preamplifier Power Supply and EC-21 High Definition Electronic Crossover. Estimate: $5,000-$8,000

Lot 206: Pair of Legacy Audio Focus 20/20 Speakers. Serial #s A04120F0CUC1 & A04120F0CUC2. Estimate: $2,000-$3,000

Lot 207: VPI Industries ARIES Turntable. Serial #00468. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000

Lot 208: Goldring GR 1.2 Turntable. Serial #005979. (Missing Cover). Estimate: $200-$300

Lot 209: BEL (Brown Electronics Labs) 1001 Stereo / Mono Amplifier. Serial #31003. Estimate: $600-$1,000

Lot 210: Julius Futterman Autograph Series Output Transformerless Amplifier. (New York Audio Laboratories Inc). Estimate: $200-$300

Lot 211: Audio Electronics SE-811 Single Ended Class A Triode Audio Amplifier. Estimate: $500-$700

Lot 212: Pair of Von Schweikert Audio VR-4jr Reference Speakers. (Reference Monitor SUB & Reference MonitorM/T). Serial #s 0523L & 0523R. Estimate: $1,000-$1,400

Lot 213: Audio Illusions Modulus 3 Preamplifier with PS-1 power supply. Serial #M3970519. Estimate: $400-$600

Lot 214: VPI Industries HW-17 Record Cleaner. Serial #6356. Estimate: $800-$1,200

Lot 215: Audio Electronics SE-811 Single Ended Class A Triode Audio Amplifier. Estimate: $500-$700

Lot 216: Hickok Model 752A Tube Tester. Serial #324-01403. Estimate: $500-$700

Lot 217: Julius Futterman Autograph Series Output Transformerless Amplifier. (New York Audio Laboratories Inc). Estimate: $200-$300

Lot 218: Spectral Studio Universal DMA 150 Series 2 Power Amplifier. Serial #1500416. Estimate: $2,000-$3,000

Lot 219: Pair of Martin Logan “The CLS” Electrostatic Loudspeakers. Serial #s 1608 & 1609. Estimate: $1,200-$1,600

Lot 220: Pair of Royal Master (Innovac) Reference 3A Speakers, with stands. Estimate: $1,400-$2,100
End of the on-line bidding portion of this auction.
Additional items below for sale with in-house, absentee, or phone bidding.

Remington model 742 Woodsmaster semi-automatic rifle. Serial no: A7282122, caliber: .30-06, barrel length: 22-1/2". With a Weaver classic 600 scope

Winchester model 94 lever action rifle. Serial no: 1260868, caliber: .30WCF, barrel length: 20"

Savage Arms model III bolt action rifle. Serial no: G164667, caliber: .30-06, barrel length: 23". With scope, box, and paperwork

Colt Mark IV Series 70 Government Model semi-automatic pistol. Serial no: 38034G70, caliber: .45ACP, barrel length 5", with box, paperwork, extra grip, and a military style ammunition clip holder

Colt Mark IV Series 70 Government Model semi-automatic pistol. Serial no: 30807B70, caliber: .45ACP, barrel length 5". With a carrying case

Mossberg model 500A pump action shotgun. Serial no: R966336, caliber: 12G, barrel length 20-3/4". With box and paperwork

Late 19th Century Parker Bros.side by side two trigger shotgun. Serial number 45703. Barrel marked "Parker Bros Makers. Meridian Conn. Twist". Appears to be12Ga caliber, 30" barrel

1999 Ford Crown Victoria 4-door sedan. Automatic transmission. VIN: 2FAFP73W5XX224025, License: 4GSD959, odometer: 76505

1996 Lincoln Continental 4 door sedan. 32valve Intech V8 engine, automatic transmission, moon roof. VIN: 1LNLM97V3TY705416, license: 3TJB749, odometer: 56671.5

1995 Ford Mustang 2-door convertiable. Automatic transmission. VIN: 1FALP4444SF205825, license: 3KPY539, odometer: 196364

Yamaha upright piano, model M404, serial number T 121711

(2) photographs depicting Herman Miller furniture design

Beatles albums

Oriental carved chest

Tribal Mask

Framed, signed, and numbered lithograph, Moonrise. Numbered 534/550. Ray Gonzalez Tabora

Circa 1940s Mahogany demi-lune wall table with under drawer

Pair of French Provincial style upholstered baloon back armchairs

Contemporary Walnut serpentine chest of drawers

Framed serigraph, The Old Ballgame, signed Pergola, numbered 122/295

China bowl

Hot Wheels model cars

Shotgun shot

Vintage tubes

Sentry fire resistant safe

Kennedy rolling tool box

Black & Decker workman 400 bench

Sentry fire resistant safe

Hornady 366 auto shotshell reloader

Pair of ornate urns

Apple 24" iMac, model A1225, 2.4GHz Intel Core2Duo, 1GB RAM, 320GB hard drive

Apple 20" iMac, model A1225, 2.GHz Intel CoreDuo, 1GB RAM, 250GB hard drive

Spectral Dynamics model SD345 Spectrascope III

Hewlett Packard model 3580A Spectrum Analyzer

Hewlett Packard model HP334A Distortion Analyzer

Crown Techron Intermodulation analyzer

Pair of Dunlavy Audio Labs Signature Collection model SC-I speakers, with stands

Pioneer model RT-1020L reel to reel tape deck

(3) bottles Sauternes wine. 1975 Chateau d'Yquem (375ml), 1982 Chateau Suduiraut, and 1979 Chateau Caillou