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50 FIRST EDITION "THE QUADRUPEDS OF NORTH AMERICA" THREE VOLUME SET BY JOHN JAMES AUDUBON, (All 155 plates): And Rev. John Bachman, D.D., dated 1849, 1851 and 1854, published by V.G. Audubon New York. Call for condition. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 6,400
50A ANTIQUE FRENCH GOLD LEAF FIRE SCREEN: With tapestry panel in a carved gold leaf frame. Crested with urn and floral carving, reeded legs wrapped in carved vines. Pegged construction. 39 1/2"h x 25" 350
50B PHILADELPHIA CHERRY HEPPLEWHITE TALL CHEST, Ca. 179O: Overhanging cornice. 3 drawers over 5 full length drawers. brass escutcheons and pulls. Carved reeded stiles. Approx. 65"h, 46"w, 22" deep. 2,900
50C GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SECRETARY, CA 1790: Two part secretary desk with upper section having recessed, highly grained, paneled doors. The interior has adjustable shelves. Carved Greek key, overhanging cornice. Lower section has slanted front that opens to an interior of drawers, cubicles, and leather surface. 4 drawers under the slides. Approx. 7' tall, 40 1/2"w. and 20"deep. 1,850
50D 6 ROBERT SMITH SURTEES FIRST EDITIONS, List as follows: "Mr. Sponges Sporting Tour", c.1853. "Handley Cross", c.1954. "Ask Mamma", c.1858. ""Plain or Ringlets", c.1860. "Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds" c.1865. Each of these editions is published by Bradbury & Evans, illustrated with colored steel and wood engravings by John Leech. "Hallingdon Hall" c. 1888, published by John Nimmo. Gilt embossed leather, gilt page edges. "Plain or Ringlets" has a loosened front cover, otherwise these books are in gently used condition. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 300
51 IMPRESSIVE BRONZE BUST OF FEMALE: Illegibly signed verso, dated 1953, 21"h. 400
52A PHANTASMAGORIC 1.5CT NATURAL GOLDEN PINK DIAMOND RING: This lovely stone measures approx. 7.7mm x 4.2mm and is bezel set in a substantial 14k white gold mount of simple elegance, surrounded by approx. 1/2ct white VS diamonds continuing down the shoulders. Approx. size 6. 1,100
53 GLAZED STEPBACK CUPBOARD: Ca. late 18th, early 19th C. Two part cupboard with recessed upper section having overhanging, molded cornice, each door with 6 panes of glaze separated by wooden muntins, red painted interior has 2 shelves with plate grooves and spoon notches, 3 drawers under the door. Lower section has two drawers over 2 door cupboard. Plain skirt with shaped bracket feet. Approx. 7'h, 49"w, lower section is 22"deep. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 3,500
53A STEUBEN CRYSTAL VASES: Pair of crystal pedestal urn vases with rolled rims and applied handles. 7 1/4"h, 7"dia. Sold with a third Steuben crystal urn vase, 5 1/4"h. Each piece with the engraved Steuben signature. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 350
53B INLAID MARBLE TOP TABLE: Satinwood inlay in foliate and drape motif run around outer edge, alternating drawers and pull trays, metal gallery around intricately pieced marble top, 25 1/2"h. x 25 1/2"dia. 150
53C SMALL SHAPED & CARVED DEMI TABLE: Pierce carved apron under shaped top, acanthus leaf carving to knees, legs ending in ball and claw feet, curved stretchers, gnawed finial, top 13"w. at front, 24"w. at back, 12"d., 23"h. 150
54 OGDEN, Frederick D., (American, 20th C): "A Singing Stream", O/C, 24" x 36", signed lower right, signed and titled verso, bears a Veerhoff Galleries label verso, encased in attractive impressionist gilt carved molding. 1,300
54A   PERSIAN MIR RUG: Approx. 5'10" x 3'7", hand made in Iran, 100% wool. 300
54B   FINE PERSIAN HERIZ RUG: Approx. 5'7" x 3'7", hand made in Iran, 100% wool. 175
55 LATE 19TH C TALL BOOKCASE IN PINE: 5 shelf upper cabinet stepped back over single door lower base. Note at one time had door to top. 85 1/2"h. x 30 1/4"w. x 17 3/4"d. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 650
56 19TH C O/C/B OF CAVALIER SEATED HOLDING HAT & PIPE IN AN INTERIOR: 16" x 12", a high quality 19th C rendering. Condition - Extensive in-paint to background and body, hands are free and most of face, some paint loss in right margin. 100
56A CORDONNIER, Alfonse Amadee, (French, 1848-1930): "Herault D'arme", Bronze, 34"h., signed and titled on base. 1,250
57 LATE 17TH EARLY 18TH C HANGING PINE OPEN CORNER CUPBOARD: Sculpted framed opening with shaped shelved interior, rose head nails to back, 71 1/2"h. x 36"w. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 700
57A TIFFANY & CO. STERLING FOOTED BEAKERS: Ca. 1907-1947. Set of 6, 3"h, monogrammed "E.H. 2nd". Tiffany & Co. Makers, approx. 3.08 oz. each. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 275
57B PAIR OF ENGLISH STERLING RAMEKINS: Scrolled handles, London maker Philip Rundell, 1821, monogrammed with unicorn head over flames, one marked 1 the other 4, 6 3/4" x 4 3/8" x 2"h. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 375
58 RABERABA, Herbert, (Australian, 20th C): Australian landscape, W/C, 21 1/2" x 15 1/2", signed on bottom, Battarbee Galleries stamp verso. 120
58A VICTORIAN BALLOON BACK OPEN ARM CHAIR: Mold carved frame with scroll accents to backrest and arm supports, floral brocade upholstery, 40"h. 200
59 BERTHELSEN, Johann, (American, 1883-1969): 5th Ave view of Trinity Church, winter scene, NYC, O/CB, 16" x 12", signed lower right. 5,500
59A BERTHELSEN, Johann, (American, 1883-1969): New York City winter scene, 5th Avenue, O/CB, 16" x 12", signed lower right. 5,250
60 ROWLANDSON, Thomas, (British, 1756-1827): Set of eight original hand colored erotic engravings, "New Feats of Horsemanship", "Rural Felicity", "The Wanton Frolic", "The Hairy Prospect", "The Sanctified Sinner", "The Curious Wanton", "The Country Squire New Mounted", and "The Toss Off". All approx. 8 1/2" x 6", signed in plate and most dated 1799. 950
61 TOMANEK, Joseph, (American, 1889/1974): "Spring Flowers", O/C, 28" x 36", signed lower left, titled and signed on stretcher verso, encased in period Newcomb Macklin quality frame. 1,800
63A TOYOKUNI 19th C JAPANESE WOOD BLOCK PRINT: Depicts Mother and Child, 14 1/2" x 19 3/4", not laid, insect damage in center crease. 140
64 FRENCH ARMOIRE, Circa 1900: Curved top beveled mirror doors, scrolling crest, one drawer under three adjustable shelf interior, 93 1/2"h. x 49"w. 1,000
64A CHARMING FASHION 3 STONE DIAMOND RING: Center emerald cut diamond, approx. 40pts, (purported H VS), flanked on each side by a heart shaped diamond of approx. 30pts, approx. 1 ct tw, set in 14k yellow gold. Approx. size 5 3/4 600
64C TRADITIONAL 5 DIAMOND PLATINUM BAND: Approx. 1 1/4 carat total weight of transitional cut diamonds set in platinum, circa 1930's. Approx. size 7 1/2. 800
65 WOODWARD, Stanley, (American, 20th C): "St. Augustine Lighthouse", W/C, 12" x 9", signed lower right, titled verso. 750
65A KRONDORF, William, (American, 20th C): Landscape of St. Augustine, Florida, W/C, 9 3/4" x 14", signed, titled and dated January 18, 1945 lower right. Krondorf was an important figure in the St. Augustine art movement in the 1940's. 550
66 OUTSTANDING 19TH C PRUSSIAN PORTRAIT OF MILITARY OFFICER: O/C, depicting officer with sword and metals pinned to his chest, and battle scene in background, 23" x 17 1/4", no visible signature, several labels affixed verso written in old German. 2,200
66A ARMORIAL BLIND BOOKCASE: Cabinet with three carved wood doors, knight head handles, three adjustable shelves to each section with the center set being shaped, on base with turned supports, 5'h. x 94"w. x 21"deep 400
67 PAIR OF HUTSCHENREUTHER EAGLES: Eagles signed K. Tutter. Approx. 25 1/2"h. Sold as a pair. Factory paint touch ups, some fluorescence under black light. Glaze cracks to base (non-fluorescing). 1,500
67A PAIR OF MAHOGANY CORNER CABINETS: Greek key molding. Gothic arched shape panes of glass to the top door. Double cabinet doors on the bottom have recessed panels and applied molding. Reeded and canted stiles. Approx. 73"h, 35"w. across the front. Brass label from Tyler Bros. South Africa. 2,000
67B WALNUT BLOCK FRONT CHINA CURIO: First quarter 20th C, full column supports, protruding molded crest with egg dart decor, center door flanked by two crotch grain walnut panels, inset with geometric kingwood design, matching central and lower flanking motifs, cabinet sets atop four turned tapered legs, sculpted interior shelving with plate rails, 62" x 50" x 18". 250
68 HARDY, David Whitaker III, (American, 1929): "Cloth of Gold", depicts a young woman arranging flowers at a glass top wrought iron table clothed in oriental style purple pajamas and gold accented robe, seated in front of a Japanese bamboo and crane tapestry, tapestry signed with double chop marks lower left, flowers are in a satsuma vase, O/B, 47" x 22 1/2", SLR. Dedicated to Kay verso with a short note. Encased in custom impressionist gilt frame, crafted by Richard Jennings. 750
68A BASKIN, Leonard, (American, 1922-2000): "Man of Peace", Woodcut, 66 1/2" x 36", pencil signed lower right, title lower left. It appears the piece has been laid on foam board. Some overall brown tint to paper. The piece was gifted to Richard M. Smith by the artist. 650
68B CARVED TO DEATH OAK DAVENPORT DESK: Every surface carved in an oak leaf and acorn pattern, drawers on the sides as well as to the interior of the slant front. Pierced carved backboard. Approx. 48"h, 29"w. 19" deep 850
69C JACQUEMART, Alfred, (French, 1824-1896): "Chien", Bronze, 7" x 10 3/4", signed on base. 1,000
70 MARQUETRY INLAY FRENCH STYLE BEDROOM SUITE: 3 pieces to include full size BED with 47"h. curved headboard. Tall CHEST ON CHEST, 54"h. with bowed top section of 3 drawers over 3 lower drawers. 3 drawer DRESSER, 35"h, 52"w., with shaped mirror, 42 1/2"h. Bed, and a drawer in each chest have inlay urn and scroll motif. Cabriole legs on chests and bed. 1,000
70A FRENCH STYLE SIDE TABLE. 1920's: Shaped top with beaded edge, long cabriole legs carved at the knees and feet. Lower tier has reticulated brass gallery. 28"h, 18" dia. 150
71C WILLIAM IV TALL CASE CLOCK, 1830-1837: Crotch grain mahogany case with flat top houses a 2 weight driven clock. Hand painted tin face. 7' tall. 1,750
72 MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT SECRETARY, CA. 1940's: Swan neck pediment with flame finial. Upper section with fret work glass front doors flanked by mirror back, open side shelves. Lower section is fall front desk with interior cubicles over 3 drawers. Approx. 7'h, 45"w. 300
72A 19th C. WORCESTER DESSERT SERVICE: Set to include teapot, underplate, covered sugar, cream jug, waste bowl, 12 cups, 11 deep saucers, 6 coffee cups, and 2 cake plates. Unsigned. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 550
72C   BOKHARA CARPET: Deep plum color, 6'5" x 4'1". 100
73 19th C SOHMER CABINET GRAND UPRIGHT PIANO: Elaborate relief carved panels to the sides, carved front supports with drop finial, ebonized finish. Ivory keys. Serial number 12472#7. 56"H, 58"W. 225
73A   VICTORIAN MARBLE TOP SIDEBOARD: Two drawer over two door cabinet with shelved interior; drawers, doors and sides molded and paneled; turned corner columns, bun on castor feet, variegated grey marble top (note repair to front left corner), 40 1/2"h. x 20"d. x 50"w. 250
74 19TH C ITALIAN OVAL O/B OF THE MADONNA: 8" x 6 3/4", encased in elaborated carved and gilded wood gesso frame, 17" x 15" overall no visible repairs. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 950
74A   10 VOLUME SET OF BENEZIT ART REFERENCE BOOKS: Good condition, dated 1976. 175
75 HORNER QUARTER SAWN OAK CURIO CABINET: Horner attribution. Carvings through out featuring full bodied cherubs topping scrolled stiles with a continuing bellflower. Top molded crest with relief carvings, claw feet. Mirrored back interior with glass shelves. Center serpentine glass door, curved glass side panels. 69"h, 52"w., approx. 22"d. 8,000
75C 1.78CT DIAMOND RING IN A RADIANT CUT: Beautiful center stone (purportedly J SI1), prong set high above the accenting baguette and round diamonds below, approx. 2.08ctw of diamonds in a designer setting of white gold mount and yellow band of 14k gold. Approx. size 6. 4,250
76 VERTES, Marcel, (American, 1895-1961): Woman with flower children and flower dog, W/C, Graphite & Gouache on paper, 19 1/2" x 25 1/2", signed lower right and upper left margin. Condition - Small tear in lower left corner, taped repair verso. Vertes was an Academy Award winner in 1952 for his art direction in "Moulin Rouge". 805
76B 19TH C GOLD LEAF BULLS-EYE MIRROR: Carved eagle crest, convex glass. 38"h, mirror is 17" dia. Please note minor loss of gesso. 425
77A AN OUTSTANDING VICTORIAN GOLDEN OAK ARMOIRE: Superior condition with carved crest, double doors over 2 drawers. Interior professionally fitted for large screen TV. 94"h, 51"w. 17 1/2" deep. 600
78 EARLY COUNTRY FRENCH ARMOIRE: Double paneled doors and sides, straight overhanging cornice, ball feet. Interior fitted as an entertainment center. 90"h, 60"w. Please note European wood bore damage. 600
78A EDWARDIAN CYLINDER ROLL SECRETARY BOOKCASE: 2 part mahogany cabinetry on carved cabriole legs, upper double door bookcase with shaped beveled glass, desk with cubbies, drawers and pen tray, slide out writing surface over single drawer, broken pediment crest centered by pierce carved medallion, 66"h. x 42 1/2"w. x 22 1/2"d. 850
79 TOURNAY, H., (Swiss, 1890-): Impressionist landscape with cottage by a stream, O/C, 24" x 36", signed lower right, encased in impressive period gilt molding. 450
81 TURN OF THE CENTURY LARKIN GOLDEN OAK SIDE BY SIDE: Combination bookcase and desk. Mirrored backsplash separates top upper shelf from lower desk. At right is the desk with a leaded glass door over a slightly slanted front desk with interior cubicles, all over 3 drawers. Classic columnar pillar stiles. Bow front glass door bookcase to the left. Scrolled feet. Locks with key. Approx. 68"h, 43"w, and 15 1/4" at the deepest. 2,000
81A   ELEGANT CRYSTAL CHANDELIER: 8 light chandelier with glass curved arms, dripping in prisms and prism chains. 23"h. 250
82 MANNER OF FRA (GIOVANI DA FIESOLE) ANGELICO: Depicts an angel with crossed arms, O/wood panel, 10 3/4" x 4 1/2", encased in gold leaf pierce carved and gesso early Italian cathedral frame with some minor repairs, written verso Fra Angelico with several indistinct labels. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 1,000
83A CHINESE DECO CARPET: Approx. 9'10" x 13'7". Deep rose ground with navy blue border, polychrome bird and fauna motif. 750
83B HENREDON MAHOGANY TRIPLE DRESSER: High gloss, serpentine front, 12 drawer dresser by Henredon. 34"h. x 6'l. 700
84 DROUOT, Edouard, (French, 1859-1945): Hound , Period Bronze, 8 1/4" x 14 1/2", signed on the base E Drouot. 900
84A DELABRIERRE, Edouard Paul, (French, 1829-1912): Mythological scene with Greek riding a bull, Bronze, 7"h., sets on beveled marble plinth, signed. 800
85A   KARISTAN CARPET: Approx. 8'4" x 12'. Active pattern on darkest blue-black ground. 300
85B DREXEL BERGERE STYLE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN: White washed finish on the wood frame, dark green upholstery. 500
86 IMPRESSIONIST COASTAL LANDSCAPE, AMERICAN?: Depicts mansion on a cliff, O/C mounted on masonite, 19 1/2" x 24 1/4", illegible signed lower left. 350
86A 19TH C HUDSON RIVER O/B LAKE SIDE LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES: 7" x 10", no visible signature. 200
87 SEVRES PORCELAIN DRESSER BOX: Cobalt with raised gilt decoration centering an elaborate hand painted courting scene. Rose painted on interior of hinged, domed, lid. 3 1/2"h, 8"l, 4 1/2"w. Bears the Serves mark over the glaze. 550
87A   DOMED SHAPE CRYSTAL CHANDELIER: With a unique band of lavender prisms. 24" dia. 250
87B FRENCH STYLE COFFEE TABLE WITH CARVED CHERUBS: Marquetry inlay satinwood with full body cherubs at each of the cabriole legs, pierced carved skirt with yet more cherubs. 17"h. 37"l. Fitted glass top. 225
88 SONNTAG, William Louis, (American, 1822-1900): River landscape with fisherman, O/C, 10" x 12", signed lower left. Condition - Older re-line, several small strokes of in-paint lower right. 6,000
88A   PAIR OF MAHOGANY SIDE TABLES, CA. 1940'S: Leather on a shaped and beveled top, center pedestal on base that mimics the tables shape, note gnawed swirl. 27"h, 28" dia. 150
89A PAIR OF BRONZE 5 LIGHT CANDELABRUM: European Neo classical with baby head masquerons at the tops of the legs, leading to scrolled feet. 5 light with scrolled arms centering a single raised candle holder. 20 1/4"h. 350
90 19TH C JAPANESE DECORATIVE PANEL: Skillfully wrought in bronze, red copper, gold, silver and other metals, depicts serpent coiled around branch about to strike a sparrow, mounted on a panel of Keyaki wood and framed in period carved cherry, 35" x 21". Description per catalog label affixed verso. 2,000
90A TURN OF THE CENTURY GOLDEN OAK KITCHEN TABLE: 5 dramatic columnar reeded legs, sold with 2 later leaves. In excellent condition. 300
90B   SET OF 6 CONTEMPORARY OAK PRESSED BACK CHAIR: 4 side chairs and 2 arm chairs. 150
91 VICTORIAN CYLINDER ROLL SECRETARY: Walnut case with burled drawer fronts and cylinder. Compartmented interior with slide-out writing surface. Top case professionally lined w/floral brocade material, original hardware and escutcheons. 84"h x 39" x 22" 1,400
91A FABULOUS SAROUK CARPET, CA. 1920'S: Approx. 11'9" x 8'9", deep red ground. 2,000
91B 1920's BOKHARA CARPET: Gold tones, approx. 8' x 11' 175
92 18TH C? ITALIAN ICON O/BOARD: 8 1/2" x 6 1/2", encased in intricate oak leaf and acorn pierce carved and gilded gesso frame 18" x 14" overall, no visible repair to frame. Condition - Some paint loss and minor flaking in left margin, crack running through upper left quadrant. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 600
93C TURN OF THE CENTURY OAK ROLL TOP DESK, "S" CURVE: Excellent condition to this 7 drawers desk, multiple cubbies to interior with two small drawers and pen trays, 50"w., 48"h., sold with oak office chair. 600
94 FEUCHERE, Jean Jacques, (French, 1807-1852): Sculpture of Gutenberg and his printing press, Bronze, 17 1/2"h., signed on base, E. Delabroue factory mark to base. 1,800
94A POLISHED MARBLE PEDESTAL: Creamy colored marble pedestal stand on 6"h square marble base. 42"h. overall. 12" square top. 350
95 POWERS, Marion, (American, 20th C): Still Life of grapes in a silver bowl with gourd shaped vessel, O/C, 14" x 16", signed lower left, encased in period gilt carved frame. Condition - Minor paint flake in lower right corner. 550
96 EARLY DUTCH MARQUETRY SIDE CHAIR: Top rail centering a bird. Curved vertical slats, cabriole legs. 42 3/4"h. From the estate of Elton Hoyt II. 400
97 TURN OF THE CENTURY AUSTRIAN ART NOUVEAU BRONZE VASE: Decorated with full bodied female nudes, embossed fish and fishnet design, reddish brown patina, signed to base Maresch? Paris, possibly Johann Maresch, 13 1/2"h. Condition - Indentation to shoulder and minor scuff marks. 1,350
97A 19TH C ITALIAN ALABASTER SCULPTURE: Classically styled draped maiden, 19"h., no visible signature, damage to neck, loose stones to base. 250
98   CARVED FRENCH SOFA, CA. 1920'S: Reticulated and carved frame, serpentine seat rail, tufted back, upholstery is home or shop ready. 85"l. 600
99A 10' X 14' KARASTAN CARPET: "Medallion Serape", all wool. 1,700

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