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Sunday, January 24, 2010

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151 Click for larger picture IDENTIFIED PENNSYLVANIA REVOLUTIONARY WAR FLINTLOCK RIFLE: Identified to John Frailey, a private in Captain George Forepaugh's Co., Bradfords Battalion, Philadelphia County Militia. Rifle is direct from the family, with provenance provided by Daughters of the American Revolution application, letter written by Frailey's grandson in 1904, with great stories of Frailey's exploits including reference to welcoming battle, as provisions were short and they could get shoes and clothing off the dead and injured English soldiers and other great stories. Rifle has nice American tiger maple full stock, original French Charleville lock, iron hardware and buttplate, rod appears original. Later inscription on forestock reads ''John Frailey 1776''. Untouched, uncleaned in as found condition. Lock mechanism works. Approx. .58 caliber. Barrel measures 44 1/2'' long, 62 3/8'' overall. Scans of provenance available upon request.
CONDITION: Note rifle stock shows age with knicks and dings to wood, area of wood loss at end of barrel. Metal has age surface pitting all over, untouched patina. One screw may be early replacement.
152 Click for larger picture CIVIL WAR 2ND MICHIGAN CAVALRY SPENCER CARBINE: Serial number 16442, issued to the 2nd Regiment Michigan Cavalry according to records. Partial owners name crudely etched in stock, Clark, most likely for Private John Clark of the 2nd Michigan, no other information available. Complete, mechanism locks in half-cock, sporadically in full cock. Inspector mark P in forestock. Barrel measures 24 1/4'', 39'' overall.
CONDITION: Please note the 2nd Michigan saw heavy service in the war and this carbine shows it. Note damage to forestock, dark age color and pitting. Ring is loose due to forestock damage. Loading hinge frozen.
152A Click for larger picture MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY PISTOL: All matching serial numbers 11996, early 1852 production. 7 1/2'' octagon barrel with New York City address on barrel. Replacement grips. 13'' overall length.
CONDITION: Note light pitting overall, replacement grips not correct fit, trigger does not lock on own when cocked.
153 Click for larger picture MID 19TH CENTURY HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE: American tiger maple half stock with checkered wood, cheek rest. Unmarked engraved lock, mechanism works. Engraved half octagon barrel with remnants of silver inlay remaining, also unsigned. Brass hardware. Barrel measures 30 1/4'', 46 1/4'' overall.
CONDITION: Note missing wood chips at buttplate, repair on forestock, minor age hairline crack at lock. Typical scratches and dings on wood. Age pitting on areas of metal.
153A Click for larger picture CIVIL WAR OFFICER AMBROTYPE IN ORNATE CASE: Sixth plate image of unidentified Union officers in stoic pose. Leather case featuring Federal eagle shield and stand of arms, 3/4'' x 3 5/8'' x 3 1/8''
CONDITION: Note minor rubbing to image around interior frame.
154 Click for larger picture TURN OF THE CENTURY COLLECTION OF FIREMEN MEMORABILIA: To include 1) Large cabinet card photo of unidentified company with horse drawn pumper. Sight size 6'' x 9'', matted 10'' x 13''. 2) Photograph of unidentified fireman, Hat reads Friendship HWE 4. Note damage to side of photo. Oval frame 10'' x 8''. 3) Bradford PA, Meadville 1897, Potter Hose Co. #4. pinback medal. 4) Bastian Bro's. watch fob with illustrated fireman. 5) Pottstown FD 257 pinback badge. 300
154A Click for larger picture DAGUERREOTYPE OF YOUNG BOY IN UNIFORM: Sixth plate size image of young child posed in uniform with hat and cane. Union case. 7/8'' x 3 3/4'' x 3 3/8''.
CONDITION: Note condition of case
155A Click for larger picture CONCERT ROLLER ORGAN: Currently in working condition. Sold with large collection of approx. 64 cobs. Measures 12 1/2'' h. x 18 1/4'' x 15''
CONDITION: Note overall condition of case, paint loss, old repair to wood on front.
156 Click for larger picture STARR TIGER OAK UPRIGHT FLOOR PHONOGRAPH: Manufactured by the Starr Piano Company, Richmond Indiana. Tiger oak case with player above storage. Cranks and platter spins. Sold with Santa Claus is Coming to Town record. Measures 48'' x 21 1/4'' x 23'' 225
157 Click for larger picture FRENCH US MILITARY MOTIF BRASS CASE CLOCK: Unique brass case with US Army Corp of Engineers emblem on top. L. Marti French movement with open escapement. Enamel face with Roman numerals. Beveled glass front and back crystal. Pendulum weight cast with nice US eagle, shield and stars. Measures 17 7/8'' h. x 8 7/8'' x 4 1/2''.
CONDITION: Note hairline cracks on face, pendulum weight present but missing bar, back glass appears to be replacement, some staining to finish.
157A Click for larger picture BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER 332: Serial number S167002N, model 332 with original ''Amount Purchased'' sign. Marble shelf. Circa 1925, originally sold to Lee Frame in Pittsburg, Kansas. Measures 22 1/2'' h. x 17 1/2'' x 16''.
CONDITION: Note repair to wood trim on back.
159 Click for larger picture 14K SEMI-CRYSTAL OPAL RING: 14K yellow gold ring contains one oval shaped cabochon cut semi-crystal opal. Weight: 2.60 Ct. Approx. Translucent gray base with rolling flash-fire pattern of blue/green play-of-color. Brightness level: 3.5 Size: 9 Weight: 2.6 grams. 130
159A Click for larger picture OPAL AND DIAMOND RING: 14K yellow gold ring contains one oval shaped cabochon cut opal. Weight: 4.00 Ct. Approx. White in color. with red/orange and blue/green play-of-color. Sixteen round singe cut diamonds. Weight: .20 Ct. Approx. The diamonds average VS-SI in clarity and H-I in color. Two square calibre cut garnets. The opal and garnet are prong set. The diamonds are channel set. Weight: 6.5 grams. Size: 6.5 350
160 Click for larger picture ILLEGIBLY SIGNED GENRE COURTING SCENE PAINTING: Oil/canvas, 20'' x 24'', pierce carved and gilded frame, 29 1/2'' x 33 1/2''. 250
161 Click for larger picture HOWARD OPENFACE POCKET WATCH: Gold filled case, approx. size 12. 17 jewel movement in working order, with Swiss wave damaskeening and micro adjusting regulator. Serial number 1097649, which dates the watch to 1910. Single sunk dial. Sets and winds through the crown. 175
162 Click for larger picture ESTATE LOT OF 4 POCKET WATCHES: To include 1)Elgin openface yellow gold filled case, engraved with eagle and two 9 star flags, 7 jewel movement, serial #13149154 dating to 1907; 2)Waltham openface in silveroid case, 18 size, 15 jewel movement, serial #17862634 dating to 1913, hairline crack to dial; 3)Illinois openface yellow gold filled case, 17 jewel movement, serial #3587667 dating to 1919; and 4)Hampden openface in silveroid case, 18 size, swing out Dueber movement serial #3265802 dating to 1917, hairline and a couple chips to dial, heavy scratching to crystal appears to be same vintage as watch. Sold as a lot.
CONDITION: As is, where is. Watches sold as non functioning even if they are working fine and keeping time, which these seem to be.
162A Click for larger picture 1895 ELGIN SCALLOPED HUNT CASE POCKET WATCH: 6 size, beautiful yellow gold filled hunters case with scalloped edges and Victorian design engravings, case opens to correct 90 degree position, single sunk dial with Roman Numerals, in very good condition with no cracks, chips or signs of aging, 7 jewel movement in good working order. 125
163 Click for larger picture JOHN CARY 1806 A NEW MAP OF NORTH AMERICA: Double page map engraved and published by John Cary, 1806. Hand tinted. sight size 19 1/2'' x 21 1/2'', framed 21 1/2'' x 23 1/2''.
CONDITION: Note foxing, not examined out of frame
164 Click for larger picture 1885 W. D. ALEXANDER MAUI HAWAII MAP: 1885 Hawaiian Government Survey map of Maui, Hawaii by W. D. Alexander Surveyor General, map by F.S. Dodge. This map represents a survey of public and private lands. Sight size 31'' x 36 1/2'', framed 34'' x 39 1/2''
CONDITION: Note foxing, not examined out of frame
165 Click for larger picture 1881 W. D. ALEXANDER OAHU HAWAII MAP: Hawaiian Government Survey by W. D. Alexander, Surveyor General. Map by C. JH. Lyons. This map represents a survey of public and private lands, 18 years before annexation into the US. Signe size 28'' x 35 1/2'', framed 29 1/2'' x 37''.
CONDITION: Note foxing, not examined out of frame.
166 Click for larger picture JANSSON ATLAS NOVUS 1658 BORNEO MAP: Map produced by Jan Jansson for the Atlas Novus in 1658. Hand tinted. Sight size 17'' x 21'', framed & matted 25 1/4'' x 28 1/4''.
CONDITION: Note restoration, an attempt was made to remove recent coloring, tear to bottom center. Not examined out of frame.
167 Click for larger picture 1830 F. J. HUNTINGTON PACIFIC OCEAN MAP: Map of Pacific Ocean, It's Islands & Coasts by H & F.J. Huntington 1830. Hand tinted. Sight size 8 1/2'' x 11'', framed & matted 15 3/4'' x 18''.
CONDITION: Note foxing, not examined out of frame.
168 Click for larger picture CIRCA 1770 BONNE MAP OF EUROPE: Hand tinted, produced by Bonne, circa 1770's. Sight size 8 3/4'' x 13''. framed & matted 13 3/4'' x 18''.
CONDITION: Note areas of white repair, not examined out of frame.
170 Click for larger picture EDISON STANDARD CYLINDER PHONOGRAPH: Oak case with last patent date of Oct. 1905. Serial number 520174. Simple Edison in script on front of case. 14'' steel horn with brass bell. Measures 11 1/2'' h. x 13 1/8'' x 9 1/2''. 325
171 Click for larger picture MARTINEZ, Miguel, (American, 1957-): Mother & Child, Patinated Bronze, 15 1/2'' h., incised signature, wooden base. 400
172 Click for larger picture VINELLA, Ray, (American, 1933-): Indian Warrior with Brave Son, Bronze, 11 1/2'' h., signed R. Vinella, Taos, NM, 12'' with wooden plinth. 300
173 Click for larger picture PERSIAN HAND TIED KASHMER RUG: Approx. 12' 4'' x 9' 8'' 900
174 Click for larger picture VICTORIAN ENAMELED MOURNING PIN / PENDANT: Heavy gold plated Victorian mourning brooch. Black enameled frame with scroll design. Floral design of hair, seed pearls and thread. Bar pin closure. 140
174A Click for larger picture ANTIQUE 18K AND SEED PEARL VICTORIAN LAVALIERE: 15K yellow gold antique seed pearl necklace. Lariat design with disc shaped links and 2.00 mm half seed pearls. Box clasp with unknown hallmarks. Weight: 12.7 grams. 350
175 Click for larger picture NICHOLAS, Tom, (American, 1934-): Snowy Mill, Watercolor, sight size 16'' x 23'', signed, framed, 24 3/4'' x 33 1/4''. 275
176 Click for larger picture 19TH C ABE LINCOLN PLASTER BUST: 22''h., 22'' w.
CONDITION: Professional restorations.
178 Click for larger picture 1864 BUTTE / M. BRADY ENGRAVING OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN: Engraving of President Lincoln published in 1864 by J. C. Butte, photograph by M. B. (Matthew) Brady, border by W. Momberger. Sight size 15'' x 10 1/2'', framed & matted 22 1/2'' x 18 1/2''.
CONDITION: Not examined out of frame.
179 Click for larger picture COPPINI, Pompeo, (American, 1870-1957): George Washington, Bronzed Terracotta Sculpture, 33'' h., sold with custom wooden pedestal with inlaid bronze George Washington medallion, 29'' h. For more biographical information on this important American sculptor, please go to this link http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/CC/fco67.html
CONDITION: Small blemish in base of sculpture, drill mark as seen in picture.
180 Click for larger picture HAUCHECORNE, Gaston, (French, 1880-1945): ''Chinese Girl in the Company of Two Lovers'', Terra Cotta Sculpture, 6 3/4'' h., 10 1/2'' w., incised signature, marked underneath France. 250
180A Click for larger picture CAROUSEL HORSE: Fully restored and painted. Brass base. Approx. 5' tall x 4 1/2' long.
CONDITION: Note paint chips, 3'' loss of paint on leg.
181 Click for larger picture CERAMIC ARTS AMERICAN BELLEEK PORCELAIN LOVING CUP: Hand painted in a berry design. Dated 1902. 8 1/2'' h. 200
182 Click for larger picture FINE ROYAL DUX PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP: Early 20th C. figural group of horse, rider, and maiden. Iridescent glaze. 15 1/2''h., 14'' long. Applied pink triangle mark. 600
183 Click for larger picture TRIPLE FRONT SHABBY ELEGANT FRENCH ARMOIRE: Three series of double doors, interior designed for shelves and rods. Painted finish, applied flower basket and swags. Center doors with caned front. Heavily carved cornice, carved and turned legs. 76'' tall x 99'' long x 26'' deep.
CONDITION: The interior only has one shelf in place.
184 Click for larger picture PULASKI FURNITURE UPRIGHT DISPLAY CABINET: Exterior with etched glass. Illuminated interior with glass shelves and mirror back. 76'' tall, 34 1/2'' wide, 10 1/2'' deep. 250
184A   ENTIRE DISPLAY CASE FULL OF WHEELING GOLD CHINA: Approx. 40 pieces to include 3 teapots, 5 service plates, 7 cream and sugars, 2 sets of shakes, gravy, 4 trays and a cup and saucer. An assortment of shaped and patterns. 400
185 Click for larger picture SELBY, Joe, (American, 1893-1960): ''Minoco'', Gouache, sight size 13 1/2'' x 23 1/2'', signed and dated 1932, framed, 15 1/4'' x 25''. The ''Minoco'' was built in 1930 by the Trumpy Yacht Company, the same manufacturer of The ''Sequoia'', the famous 1920's yacht used by nine presidents. 2100
186 Click for larger picture SMITH, Gladys Nelson, (American, 1890-1980): ''Nude No. 3'', Seated Female Nude, Oil/Canvas, 38'' x 28'', monogrammed GNS, elaborate gilded gesso frame with wear and missing gesso, worth restoration, 46'' x 36''. Studied under W.A. Griffith at U Kansas, at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Art Students League, and at the Corcoran School of Art under Edmund C. Tarbell.
CONDITION: Cleaned, several dots of inpaint, infused with BIVA on back, ready to hang.
187 Click for larger picture SMITH, Gladys Nelson, (American, 1890-1980): Seated Gypsy Strongman Smoking Pipe, Oil/Canvas, 35'' x 31'', signed, framed, 40'' x 35 1/2''. Studied under W.A. Griffith at U Kansas, at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Art Students League, and at the Corcoran School of Art under Edmund C. Tarbell.
CONDITION: Cleaned, clear fiberglass lining with wax reline, several small dots of inpaint.
188 Click for larger picture SMITH, Gladys Nelson, (American, 1890-1980): Seated Gypsy with Glass in Hand and Bottle, Oil/Canvas, signed, 24'' x 18'', wooden frame with gilt stencil, 27'' x 21''. Studied under W.A. Griffith at U Kansas, at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Art Students League, and at the Corcoran School of Art under Edmund C. Tarbell.
CONDITION: Patch verso, cleaned, several dots of inpaint, ready to hang.
189 Click for larger picture SMITH, Gladys Nelson, (American, 1890-1980): Cauliflower and Fruit Still Life, Oil/Canvas/Board, 9 1/2'' x 10 1/2'', monogrammed GNS, encased in a carved and gilded frame with minor wear, 14'' x 15''. Studied under W.A. Griffith at U Kansas, at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Art Students League, and at the Corcoran School of Art under Edmund C. Tarbell. 800
192 Click for larger picture PAIR MURANO GLASS VASES: A most unusual pail of waffle pattern vases with rims crimped together with aventurine buttons. 17'' tall, 9'' wide. 200
193 Click for larger picture EXTRAORDINARY PAIR VICTORIAN ART GLASS VASES: 16'' tall, enamel decoration of bird and branch motif. Undoubtedly created in one of the fine glass houses of the period. 650
195 Click for larger picture HUNTER, Clementine, (American, 1887-1988): ''Picking Cotton'', OIL/Canvasboard, 18'' x 24'', monogrammed, framed 22 1/2'' x 29''. 2700
195A Click for larger picture 3 PIECE PEACH BLOW GLASS: 1)Bottle neck vase, high gloss, 10 3/4''h.; 2)Pitcher in drape pattern, gloss finish, ruffle rim and attached clear handle, 7 1/2''; 3)Cup, matt finish, 2 1/2''h. 550
196 Click for larger picture NEW ENGLAND GLASS CO. POMONA PITCHER AND 7 TUMBLERS: CA. 1880's. Water pitcher, 7'' tall and 6 tumblers. A 7th glass does have a chip. Frosted glass with yellow rim. 110
197 Click for larger picture 8 PIECE COLLECTION OF NEW ENGLAND GLASS CO. POMONA GLASSWARE: Ca. 1880's. Frosted surface with yellow rim. 8 pieces to include 1) A 7'' berry bowl, 2 individual bowls, barber bottle, toothpick holder, cream pitcher, a 5'' covered bowl, and a 5'' open bowl. 175
197A Click for larger picture 3 GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES: 1) Melon ribbed Pairpoint bottle, 4'', as seen in Shuman's American Art Glass page 121. 2) Devilbiss atomizer bottle, 3'' (deflated bulb). 3) Sommerso art glass bottle, 5 1/2'' tall. 130
198 Click for larger picture COLBY, George Ernest, (American, 1859-1922): Hunter in Winter Landscape OIL/Canvas, 39'' x 33'', signed and dated 1896, period gilded and carved frame with minor wear, 44 1/2'' x 38 1/2''. 1000
199A Click for larger picture EARLY 20TH C METAL MOUNTED PINK GLASS VASE: Tall etched glass with metal base, band, and rim. Approx 16.5'' h. 175
200 Click for larger picture DOUBLE STRAND CULTURED PEARLS: Double strand of graduated cultured pearls. 5.00 - 8.50 mm. Cream color with high luster. 14K white gold clasp with rhodolite garnet. 20'' in length. 140

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