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Antique Dolls & Toys, Collectibles & Ephemera, Early Photography | Skinner Auction 2654M

Antique Dolls & Toys, Collectibles & Ephemera, Early Photography | Skinner Auction 2654M

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Auction May 22-23, 2013 in Marlborough, Massachusetts, featuring Antique Dolls & Toys, Collectibles & Ephemera, Early Photography, and Scientific Instruments. Approachable and surprisingly affordable, Discovery auctions were named the Best of Boston in 2011 by Boston Magazine for antiques west of the city. These monthly auctions offer a broad selection of artwork, estate furnishings, decorative objects, rugs, couture and jewelry from the 18th – 21st century. Skinner's Discovery department accepts consignments on an ongoing basis. For more information, please contact us at discovery@skinnerinc.com.
Auction May 22-23, 2013 in Marlborough, Massachusetts, featuring Antique Dolls & Toys, Collectibles & Ephemera, Early Photography, and Scientific Instruments. Approachable and surprisingly affordable, Discovery auctions were named the Best of Boston in 2011 by Boston Magazine for antiques west of the city. These monthly auctions offer a broad selection of artwork, estate furnishings, decorative objects, rugs, couture and jewelry from the 18th – 21st century. Skinner's Discovery department accepts consignments on an ongoing basis. For more information, please contact us at discovery@skinnerinc.com.

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Discovery Auction

Session I – May 22, 2013
Featuring Toys & Dolls and Collectibles & Ephemera

Sale 2654M

May 22 & 23, 2013

Marlborough

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Auction 2654M
Wednesday, May 22 2PM Thursday, May 23 10AM 274 Cedar Hill Street Marlborough, MA

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Table of Contents
1 Auction & Specialist Information

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Web Site & Online Bidding

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Session I: Lots 1–500

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Conditions of Sale

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Absentee Bid Form

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Company Directors & Specialty Departments

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Administrative Staff & Client Services

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Map & Driving Directions

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Catalog Subscription Form

Please Note: All lots sold subject to our Conditions of Sale. Please refer to page 42 of this catalog for the full terms and conditions governing your purchase.

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Session I
Toys & Dolls
Lots 1–379

1 Alabama Molded Cloth Head Boy Doll, America, late 19th/early 20th century, original oil paint finish, brown eyes, lush eyelashes, short brown painted hair with curls, applied ears, tab-jointed cloth body, painted lower limbs, bare feet, firmly stuffed body stamped Mrs. S.S. Smith, white cotton sailor-type suit, brown leather shoes and socks, ht. 25 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $2,400-2,800 2 Three Bisque Head Dolls, a German bisque head bye-lo-type baby doll, faintly impressed “Grace S. Putnam Made in Germany” to the back of the neck, with bisque hands and cloth body (missing index finger to left hand); a smaller Japanese bye-lo-type baby doll in blue floral embroidered eyelet dress, “JAPAN” impressed to back of neck, with bisque hands and feet; and an unmarked doll with floral dress and blue polka dot apron and matching bonnet, with bisque hands and feet and cloth body. $100-150 3 Door of Hope Mission Young Girl and Kindergarten Child Dolls, early 20th century, the girl with carved pearwood head and hands, painted and carved center-parted hair with two buns, cloth body, and pale blue silk brocade tunic with frog closures, black woven pleated skirt with bright blue brocade trousers underneath, slippers, and black velvet headband, ht. 10 1/4, the child with carved pearwood head, cloth body, and patterned cotton tunic and trousers, with silk embroidered collar and fancy mouse-eared headdress, lacking one slipper, ht. 6 3/4 in. $600-800

4 Small Felt Lenci Girl Doll, Italy, brown eyes glancing left, blonde curly mohair wig, joined body, organdy undergarments, blue felt coat trimmed in red, lacks hat and one red shoe, 11 in. high. $150-250 5 Alabama Cloth Molded Face Doll, America, early 20th century, oil painted head with short brown hair and features, brown eyes, molded ears, tab-jointed cloth body with remains of undecipherable stamp, probably patent date, painted arms and lower legs with blue painted shoes, pale pink cotton dress, ht. 24 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $1,500-1,800 6 Group of Miscellaneous Mostly Painted Wooden Dollhouse Furniture, 20th century, including a white bathroom set with sink, toilet, mirror, and bathtub, a turquoise bedroom set including two dressers, a nightstand, and a pair of beds with red and white striped mattresses (one with headboard separated from frame), a white kitchen table with four chairs, two bookcases, a hall tree, a piano, an upholstered couch, loveseat, and chair, a dining table with six side chairs and two armchairs, sideboard, and china cabinet, and other assorted items, (breaks, damage). $200-250 7 Door of Hope Mission Bride Doll, early 20th century, with carved pearwood head, hands, and feet, painted and carved hair, cloth body, and floral-embroidered red satin costume with pink and blue silk tassels to skirt and beaded headdress, ht. 11 1/2 in. $300-500

8 Ten Steiff Mecki the Hedgehog and Family Dolls, all with rubber faces and either felt or rubber bodies, three Mecki, two wife Micki, three daughter Mucki, and two son Macki, various sizes and ages, five with original Steiff buttons, six with nametags, (one Mecki lacking lower half of body, some costumes incomplete), ht. 4 3/4 to 10 1/4 in. $200-250 9 Large Grace Storey Putnam Bye-Lo Bisque Baby, 1920s, impressed “©1923 by Grace S. Putnam MADE IN GERMANY” to back of head, closed mouth, weighted blue glass eyes, cloth body, and celluloid hands, in white cotton dress with crocheted cream and blue sweater and matching bonnet, ht. 19 in. $100-200 9A Schoenhau & Hofmeister Bisque Head Doll, Germany, brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, head marked SHPB in a star 1909, original blonde mohair wig, fully articulated composition body in original finish, white cotton dress, black socks and shoes, ht. 23 in. $200-300 10 Six Bisque Shoulder Head Dollhouse Dolls, late 19th and early 20th century, five with bisque and china molded and painted heads, one with glass eyes (lacking wig), all with cloth bodies and bisque limbs, molded shoes, and period fabric costumes, (man in houndstooth with broken foot), ht. 5 1/4 to 7 3/8 in. $250-350

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11 Alabama Molded and Painted Cloth Doll, America, early 20th century, oil painted finish with bright coloring, brown painted eyes, red outlined lips, applied ears flat to head, cloth body, painted arms, lower legs with blue boots, red cotton print dress, ht. 23 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $2,000-2,400 12 Black-haired China Doll, Germany, late 19th century, light blue painted eyes, short black hair low on brow, cloth body, china lower arms and legs, dressed in fancy gown which may be a copy of one referred to in a note with the doll: “Emily Donilson was the wife of Andrew Jackson’s nephew. The gown was a gift from President Jackson and worn to the Inaugural Ball 1829-1836.” $100-150 13 Door of Hope Mission Rice Farmer Doll, early 20th century, with carved pearwood head, hands, and feet, painted and carved hair, cloth body, woven straw hat and twopiece rain cape, blue homespun tunic with frog closures and cuffed pants, and four-tine metal rake, ht. 11 1/2 in. $300-500 14 Vogue Painted Lash Walker Hard Plastic Ginny Doll and Steiff “Ginny’s Pup,” 1950s, the doll marked “VOGUE” to back of head and “GINNY VOGUE DOLLS INC. PAT. PEND.” to body, with blue eyes, brown wig, pink cotton dress and matching bonnet, and zippered lace apron, ht. 7 1/2, the white mohair dog with plastic plaid coat marked “GINNY’S PUP,” black plastic leash, salmon ribbon around neck, and original Steiff ear button, ht. 3 1/2 in. $200-250 15 Three Dolls, a Horsman “Baby Dimples” composition doll, marked “© E.I.H. Co. Inc.” to back of head, molded painted hair, sleeping blue eyes, open smiling mouth with two teeth, cloth body, lg. 21; a bisque doll in World War I-type uniform, molded and painted bisque head and arms (one arm broken), leather body, impressed “640” to back of head, lg. 12; and an early wax doll in long cream linen and eyelet dress with matching silk cape and bonnet (staining and discoloration to garments, loss to one foot), lg. 14 in. $200-300

16 Large Early Glass-eyed Papier-mâché Doll, mid-19th century, black pupilless glass eyes, smiling mouth, black center-part hair with long curls behind exposed ears, cloth body, light brown kid arms, brown cotton dress, ht. 31 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $1,200-1,500 17 Jointed Golden Mohair Teddy Bear, c. 1920s, black button eyes, cloth nose, embroidered mouth, long slender legs, felt pads, ht. 19 in. $100-150 18 Door of Hope Mission Mourner Doll, early 20th century, with carved pearwood head and hands, painted hair and long braid, cloth body, and woven linen tunic with frog closure at neck over striped leggings, with woven straw slippers, overcoat, and hat, the hat with three braided embellishments, (damage, losses), ht. 12 1/4 in. $300-500 19 Three “Skookum” Indian Figural Dolls, the largest with paper maker’s label on foot, together with a seated Indian woman doll, ht. 6 1/4 to 10 1/2 in. $200-300 19A Large Simon & Halbig Bisque Head Doll, Germany, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, incised marks Heinrich Handwerck Simon & Halbig 4 1/2, original dark blonde mohair wig, fully articulated composition body (repair, repaint), old undergarments, brown dress and red cape with plaid lining, ht. 27 in. $300-500 20 Hide-covered Camel Toy, with curly hair to head and body and brushed wool to legs, glass eyes, and painted leather snout, lg. 10 3/4, ht. 10 1/4 in. $200-250 21 Simon Halbig Handwerck Bisque Head Doll, Germany, early 20th century, brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, four inset teeth, impressed “Germany Heinrich Handwerck Simon & Halbig 4” to head and neck, auburn wig, fully articulated composition body stamped “Heinrich Handwerck Germany” to back, with cream cotton bloomers, cream and ecru cotton and wool sleeveless dress, cream eyelet lace overskirt, two bonnets, clear and blue beaded earrings, and a single shoe, lg. 23 1/2 in. $200-300

22 Alabama Cloth Molded Head Doll in a Pink and White Dress, America, early 20th century, oil painted head and features, brown painted eyes, brown hair in short bob, molded ears, rosy cheek coloring, cloth body, indecipherable stamp and No. 0, tab-jointed limbs, lower legs with blue painted boots, pink and white cotton dress, ht. 14 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $600-800 23 Closed-mouth German Bisque Shoulder Head Doll, late 19th/early 20th century, unmarked, kid body, bisque hands, stationary brown glass eyes, blonde wig, cream and peach linen and lace dress, lg. 19 in. $200-250 23A Five Steiff Mohair Teddy Bears in Original Boxes, a Dicky 1930 replica, a Teddy-Clown 1926 replica, a Berlin Ambassador bear with gold-plated crown, a gray 1902 replica bear with noise box, and a boxed set with a mother bear and baby bear in cradle, with cardboard country German scene to inside of box. $300-500 24 Group of Assorted Small Dolls and Dollhouse Furnishings, including two Simon Halbig bisque head dolls with composition limbs, a small Kammerer and Reinhart black bisque head doll, several bisque dollhouse dolls and all-bisque small dolls, and a small group of mostly metal dollhouse items, including a fireplace set, two birdcages, a metal crib, a bar cart, a Tootsietoy lamp, telephones, a pair of oil lamps, two small dolls, and a small group of servingware. $200-300 25 Open-mouthed Koenig & Wernicke German Bisque Head Child Doll, impressed “KW” in an oval to back of head, stamped “Made in Germany K&W” in red ink to body, with sleeping blue glass eyes, two inset teeth, light brown mohair wig, fully jointed composition body, discolored pink dress with crochet trim and matching bonnet, and taupe leather shoes, ht. 13 3/4 in. $75-125

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26 Beloved Belindy Cloth Doll, “Georgene Novelties, Inc. NY” stamped on back of head, brown all-cloth doll, large white button eyes, painted nose and mouth, original printed cotton dress and apron, sewn legs with red and white striped cotton stockings and polka dot boots, ht. 19 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $500-700 27 One China and Two Bisque Shoulder Head Dolls, Germany, blonde china with molded blouse marked Agnes, AM Florodora on cloth body, and Ernst Heubach with horseshoe mark, kid body, ht. 13, 20 in. $100-150 28 Door of Hope Mission Bridegroom Doll, early 20th century, with carved pearwood head and hands, painted side-parted hair, cloth body, and tan-colored leggings and bluelined orange brocade tunic under dark purple silk robe with frog closures and embroidered rank badge squares to front and back, with matching hat and boots, ht. 12 in. $300-500 28A Handwerck 79 Bisque Head Girl Doll, Germany, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, upper teeth, head marked “79 10 Germany Handwerck,” original long blonde human hair wig, fully articulated composition body in original finish, original cotton undergarments, white cotton blouse and pink striped pinafore, leather boots, ht. 18 in. $300-500 29 Eight Assorted Skookum and Skookumstyle Dolls, including two mothers with babies swaddled on their backs, one with original paper label to foot, and a pair of twins in original box, ht. to 12 1/2 in. $200-300 30 Two Cased Composition Asian Dolls Wearing National Silk Costumes, overall ht. including case 15 1/2, 14 1/2 in. $300-500 31 Babyland Rag Black Girl Doll, America, early 20th century, all-cloth doll, life-like printed face, brown cloth body, tab-jointed limbs, red plaid dress and bonnet with red kerchief underneath, black stockings and velvet shoes, ht. 14 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $200-300

32 Four Miniature Mohair Teddy Bears, three jointed: one Steiff blond bear with block letter “Steiff” button with underscored last letter “F,” glass bead eyes, and stitched muzzle, two unmarked blond and ginger, and an unmarked blond seated bear, ht. 2 7/8 to 3 3/4 in. $250-350 33 Kestner Open-mouth Bisque Head Doll, Germany, mold 149, marked “C 1/2 Germany 7 1/2” and “149” to back of head, articulated composition body, with brown sleeping glass eyes, open mouth showing four teeth, blonde wig, gold silk dress with black lace cuffs, purple silk flowers, and faux pearls, (some shattering), brown net socks, brown shoes, and bonnet, lg. 17 in. $200-300 33A Early Composition and Three Bisque Head Dolls, Germany, composition shoulder head girl, brown glass set eyes, closed mouth, cloth body, composition lower arms, ht. 16; open mouth shoulder head bisque on kid and cloth body, a Gebruder Heubach open mouth dolly, brown mohair wig, jointed composition body, and an open mouth Kestner on composition body composed of mixed parts, ht. 14 to 17 in. $200-250 34 Small Closed-mouth Bisque Head Beltontype Doll, probably Germany, impressed “5” to back of head, brown stationary eyes, brown mohair wig, fully jointed composition body, pink and burgundy silk outfit with matching bonnet, white socks, and cream velveteen shoes, (restored), ht. 11 in. $200-300 35 Articulated Champagne Mohair Teddy Bear, articulated arms and legs and swivel head, felted pads on all four paws, amber glass eyes, and black embroidered nose and mouth, (one eye broken, loss to stitching at mouth, wear left foot, snout, and ears), lg. 21 3/4 in. $200-250 36 Door of Hope Mission Buddhist Priest Doll, early 20th century, with carved pearwood bald head, cloth body, and woven natural-colored robe over pale blue woven leggings, with slippers and black silk cap, ht. 11 3/4 in. $300-500

36A Two Bisque Baby Dolls: Bye-Lo and SHPB, Germany, both with blue sleeping eyes, closed mouths, white baby dresses, Bye-Lo with Grace S. Putnam marks on head and body, celluloid hands, lg. 17; small SHPB lg. 11 in. $250-350 37 Small German All Bisque Doll, possibly Kestner, early 20th century, impressed “150.5.” to back of head, with rigid neck, brown sleeping glass eyes, open mouth with four inset teeth, brown mohair wig, five-piece body jointed at the shoulders and hips, molded and painted blue-rimmed white socks and red shoes, ht. 10 1/4 in. $300-500 38 Beloved Belindy Cloth Doll, Knickerbocker, printed features, black button eyes, yellow polka dot dress and white apron with Knickerbocker label, Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc. 1965, red and white striped legs with red boots, ht. 16 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $200-300 39 Composition Scootles Doll, mid-20th century, unmarked, with molded painted head, sleeping green eyes, fully jointed composition body, newer clothing, (crazing, soiling), ht. 15 1/2 in. $200-300 40 Group of Vintage Barbie Dolls and Related Dolls, Clothing, Carrying Cases, and Accessories, including approx. thirtyfive Barbie dolls, three Ken, four Midge, one Skipper, and a Tutti doll, several vinyl examples, a collectible Bowling Champ” Barbie in original box; two carrying cases, a c. 1962 black vinyl “Ponytail” case filled with accessories, some still in original packaging, several catalogs, and a clothes pattern, and a c. 1989 pink vinyl carrying case containing several loose Barbie doll parts and articles of clothing, shoes, bags and other accessories, and stands. $400-600 41 Assorted Group of Doll Bedding, Blankets, and Two Coverlets, three small pieced cotton patchwork quilts, two ivory knit wool yarn coverlets, an embroidered wool blanket, several cotton and flannel sheets, a ticking stripe pillow, dotted swiss cotton blanket and pillow, three cotton doll rompers and a baby bonnet; together with two woven wool and cotton Beiderwand three- and four-color coverlets (not doll size). $300-500

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42 Effanbee Composition and Cloth Charlie McCarthy Doll, with raised inscriptions “Edgar Bergen’s Charlie McCarthy/An Effanbee Product” on upper back, the composition character face with painted eyes and features, with pull-string operating mouth, and monocle, cloth body with composition hands and shoes, wearing a black tux with tails, and a black hat, (crazing to head, fraying to jacket lapels), ht. 19 1/4 in. $200-300 43 Recknagel Bisque Head Character Doll, Germany, late 19th/early 20th century, impressed “R72A” to back of head, with black intaglio upwards-glancing eyes, black-painted molded hair, closed mouth with watermelontype smile, five-piece jointed composition body, striped cotton romper, white socks, black felt shoes, ht. 7 1/4 in. $300-500 43A Five China Shoulder Head Dolls, Germany, three with center part hair with short curls, one with low-brow curls, gold painted snood, all with cloth bodies, china arms; one blonde china with short curly hair low on forehead, all with blue painted eyes, dressed, ht. 9 1/2 to 26 in. $200-250 44 Bruckner All-cloth Black Rag Girl Doll, early 20th century, stiffened mask face, smiling mouth with teeth, brown eyes, black mohair partial wig framing face, all-cloth body, tabjointed limbs, red cotton print dress, white apron, ht. 14 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $200-300 45 Door of Hope Mission Policeman Doll, early 20th century, with carved pearwood head and hands, painted side-parted hair, cloth body, and woven navy blue cotton twill double-breasted uniform jacket and pants, the jacket with white striped embroidery and brass buttons, with black silk boots and tan hat with burgundy tassel, ht. 11 1/2 in. $400-600 46 Large Armand Marseille 326 Bisque Head Character Baby, impressed “Germany/G. 326 B./A. 14 M./D.R.G.M. 259” to back of neck, with painted molded head, open mouth with two lower teeth, stationary brown glass eyes, five-piece bent-limb composition body, offwhite christening robe, and black and white leather shoes, ht. 24 in. $200-300

47 Group of Assorted Vintage Dolls, including a pair of Madeline Saucier dolls: Lady Semcoe and “Commander” military figure with original labels; a German bisque Floradora doll, windup composition crawling baby, large cloth doll with yarn pigtails, hard plastic walking boy, molded cloth face clown, India woman, Seminole woman, and a plastic Inuit dressed doll, a large metal head lady doll, china head harlequin figure, three sports figures, one wearing a Red Sox uniform, seven bisque dolls, two tin carriages, and a wooden cradle. $300-500 47A Large Simon Halbig Bisque Head Doll, Germany, big brown eyes, open mouth, incised “S & H 1079 14 1/2 DEP Germany,” even bisque coloring, original brown mohair wig, fully articulated composition body, white cotton dress, bonnet, brown leather high shoes, ht. 29 in. $400-600 48 Pair of Georgene Raggedy Ann and Andy All-cloth Dolls, 1947-1960, black button eyes, wide noses not outlined, red striped legs, labels stitched in side seam with patent renewal date of 1947, original outfits, both ht. 19 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $300-500 49 Three Mohair Teddy Bears, one beige, probably Steiff, with black shoe button eyes, brown embroidered nose, mouth and claws, jointed body with excelsior stuffing, peach felt pads, and hump; a blond and a ginger bear with amber glass eyes, jointed bodies, embroidered noses and mouths, peach felt pads, and humps, with excelsior stuffing, ht. 15 1/2, 18 1/2, 20 1/2 in. $200-300 50 Vintage Schuco Yes/No Bellhop Monkey, the articulated monkey with jointed shoulders and hips and head that swivels left to right and up and down, controlled by tail, composed of brown felt hands and feet, mohair tail, and felted face and ears with plastic eyes and mohair head, wearing a red felt fez and jacket with black felt buttons and black felt pants, (wear to feet, hole to bottom of one pant leg near ankle), seated ht. 8, lg. overall 11 in. $200-300

51 Large Martha Chase Cloth Stockinet Doll, molded head, painted features, blue eyes, lush eyelashes, slightly smiling mouth, short blonde painted hair with wisps around face, applied ears, sateen-covered cloth body, painted limbs with stitched joints, label stitched to body The White House San Francisco, cotton dress, brown leather shoes, ht. 31 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $700-900 51A Five Steiff Recumbent Animals, two mohair, a dog with open mouth, tongue, glass eyes, button and tag in ear, and a spotted leopard, golden eyes, ear button, lg. 14; three synthetic fiber with buttons and tags, a Lorli deer, Xorry, and Fuzzy fox, 12 to 14 in. $200-250 52 Two Open-mouth Bisque Head Character Babies, a Kestner doll with “Made in Germany 151/2” impressed to back of neck, molded painted head, sleeping green glass eyes, two inset teeth, fully jointed composition body, in pink-edged white wool coat and bonnet with turquoise romper underneath and pale blue slippers, lg. 11; and a larger doll with “151/6” impressed to back of neck, molded painted head, sleeping brown glass eyes, four inset teeth, fully jointed composition body, in yellow striped cotton romper with taupe slippers, lg. 15 in. $200-300 53 Group of Ethnic-dressed Dolls of the World and Little Girl Dolls, approx. twenty-nine dolls of the world, including three Skookum dolls and nine Japanese costumed, six assorted little girl dolls, a small bisque “Bye-lo” baby doll, and a wind-up plush knitting teddy bear, ht. 2 to 22 in. $300-500 54 Three Bisque, One Metal Shoulder Head, and Two Composition Dolls, an AM Florodora and another German bisque head doll, a reproduction SFBJ 238 signed N.A.M. 1967; a Minerva metal head; German composition shoulder head boy with dimples and Arranbee all-composition girl with pink cotton dress and hat, ht. 13 to 20 in. $100-150

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55 Door of Hope Mission Amah Doll, early 20th century, with carved pearwood head and hands, painted and carved hair with bangs and bun, cloth body, and woven blue and white striped tunic with frog closures and matching trousers underneath pale blue cotton apron, with black slippers, ht. 10 1/2 in. $300-500 56 Simon Halbig 1079 Doll, Germany, c. 1885, bisque socket head incised S&H 1079/DEP/ Germany/13 1/2, brown weighted eyes with painted mouth, curled blonde mohair wig, fully jointed composition body, wearing a burnt orange plaid dress, cotton undergarments and stockings and white shoes, ht. 27 in. $200-300 56A French Bisque Shoulder Head Lady Doll by J.V., brown painted eyes, closed mouth, incised marks “LUTIN FRANCE JV 0 with anchor, blonde human hair wig pulled back with braids, gusseted kid lady body, separated fingers, pink dress with lacy hat, ht. 14 in. $800-1,200 57 Group of Bisque and Vintage Composition Dolls, a Simon Halbig no. 1280 bisque head doll, an Armand Marseille bisque head doll in a nurse costume, a JE Masson Limoges lady bisque “Lorraine” doll, a German bisque head Florodora doll in blue knit costume, an Ideal composition baby, a vinyl hand puppet and Knickerbocker Toy Kewpie in red plush, a Japanese all bisque girl doll, a wooden peg doll, and a box of eleven small doll heads, ten bisque, one composition. $500-700 58 Columbian Painted Cloth Doll, late 19th/ early 20th century, painted features, light brown eyes, short brown hair, cloth body with no apparent mark, white cotton undergarments, pink cotton dress, pale pink leather shoes, ht. 19 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $2,500-3,500 59 Door of Hope Mission Young Gentleman Doll, early 20th century, with carved pearwood head and hands, painted sideparted hair, cloth body, and opalescent blue and purple silk jacket with frog closures over peach brocade tunic and purple leggings, with black slippers, ht. 12 in. $300-500

60 Ride-on Steiff Plush Turtle on Wheels, Germany mid-20th century, airbrushed stuffed plush body with glass button eyes, tubular iron handle, metal frame, and red metal disc and white rubber wheels, lacking manufacturer’s mark, (paint wear, threads holding head upright are missing), ht. 13 1/4, wd. 14, lg. 26 1/2 in. $200-300 61 Schoenhut Doll and Piano, Pennsylvania, early 20th century, sober-faced wooden character girl toddler doll, with painted blue eyes, closed mouth, light brown mohair wig, jointed body, period cotton dress and bonnet, probable replaced shoes, ht. 15 1/2; an eighteen-key upright piano with applied lithograph panel depicting cherubs and dancing women with Eros, painted keyboard, ht. 11 1/2, wd. 17 1/2, dp. 8 1/4 in. $200-300 62 Six Small Vintage Mohair Articulated Schuco Teddy Bears, two small panda bears, lg. 2 3/4, two “Ambassadors” with small metal crowns, one with a red and white striped sash reading “Berlin ist eine Reisewert” in black letters, lg. 2 7/8, and two “Yes/No” bears, one champagne and one golden mohair, both with glass eyes and stitched noses and mouths, the yes/no action performed by moving their tails, lg. 5 in. $300-500 63 Five Assorted Norah Wellings, Alpha Toys, and Chad Valley Cloth Dolls, three Norah Wellings, a Beefeater, a Bermuda officer with red military jacket and plaid pants, and a boy with yellow cap and scarf, black shirt, and red pants, first two labeled to foot, latter with label to inside of cap; a Farnell’s Alpha Toys velveteen African character doll with painted eyes and mouth, black curly hair, wooden earrings, necklace, and anklet, and yellow felt vest and shorts with multicolored yarn trim, labeled to foot; and an attributed Chad Valley girl doll on a red painted metal tricycle, the doll with inset blue glass eyes and painted mouth, brown hair peeking out from underneath a white-trimmed peach cloth hat, with matching jacket and pants, no visible label; ht. to 13 1/2 in. $200-300 63A BSW Character Baby Doll and Heubach Bisque Head, Germany, Bruno Schmidt baby marked 2023 539, blue painted eyes, closed expressive mouth, molded hair, on bent-limb composition baby body with jointed wrists, lg. 13; Heubach 7603 pouty head (crack through neck area), ht. 4 1/4 in. $250-300

64 Exposition Raggedy Ann Cloth Doll, 193435, printed-on pie eyes, triangular nose, magenta-toned hair with top-knot, cloth body, red and white striped legs all the way up to her bottom, original blue cotton dress with blue banding, white apron, black felt shoes, ht. 18 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $3,000-4,000 65 Four Steiff Mohair and Vinyl Plush Animals, a mottled green and brown alligator with red felt mouth and original Steiff button and tag to green felt back ridge, lg. approx. 28, two Slo spotted turtles with yellow underbellies, felt claws, and green and brown vinyl shells, both with buttons to shells and chest name tags, the larger with tag to shell, lg. 6 1/2 and 5 1/2, and a small elephant with Steiff saddle, mauve felt ears and foot pads, and braided cord tail, ht. 3 in. $300-500 66 Vintage Steiff Advertising Postcard, c. 1912, depicting a variety of Steiff plush animals including teddy bears, elephants, and monkeys in an outdoor camping scene, stamped “KNOPF OHR Steiff Original” in red ink to u.l. corner, (bumping to corners), 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. $300-500 67 Door of Hope Mission Young Boy Doll, early 20th century, with carved pearwood head and hands, painted hair with long braid, cloth body, and blue cloth-lined pink silk brocade gown with lilac silk brocade vest, both with pale blue frog closures, over dark teal brocade trousers and blue cloth slippers, ht. 8 3/4 in. $300-500 68 Three Vintage Mohair Teddy Bears, one Steiff with beige mohair, black shoe button eye, embroidered nose, and claws, jointed body with remnants of excelsior stuffing, felt pads, and plain button in ear; and two other bears, possibly Steiff: a blond bear and a beige bear with similar features, no manufacturer’s buttons, (all with wear), ht. 12 to 14 in. $200-300

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68A Four Articulated Steiff Mohair Bears, Germany, late 20th century, all with buttons and tags, a 1985 white Collector’s Edition Margaret Woodbury Strong Original Teddybar, ht. 13; a honey brown Teddybar, ht. 15; a white replica 1906 Giengen Teddybear, ht. 16; and a large blonde bear with shaved muzzle, Western Germany tag, ht. 20 in. $300-500 69 Group of Assorted Vintage Bisque and Composition Dolls, including 11, 4 1/2, and 2 in. bisque and Bisque head Kewpie dolls, composition Belgian and Dutch boy dolls, painted cloth-face clown, composition and wood travel dolls, all bisque baby with jointed arms, composition jointed baby, and a 1967 Boston Doll Study Club 18th Annual Convention “Ye Boston Maid,” bisque shoulder head. $150-250 70 Large Columbian Painted Cloth Doll, late 19th century, classic flat face with Emma Adams painting, brown eyes, cloth body with stamp COLUMBIAN DOLL EMMA E. ADAMS OSWEGO CENTER, NY on back, white cotton undergarments and dress, red leather child’s high shoes, ht. 29 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $3,000-4,000 71 Eight Pieces of Doll House Furniture, comprising a china cupboard filled with china, dining table, piano, settee with footstool, marble-top hutch with mirrored cupboard, sideboard with upper cupboard and drawers, ht. 1 1/2 to 8 1/4 in. $300-500 72 Group of Child’s and Dolls Tea Sets, Play Cookware Items, and Dollhouse Accessories, a Noritake and a Nippon porcelain floral-decorated tea and partial tea sets, an unmarked floral-decorated light blue partial tea set, a few pieces of blue enamelware, and pewter teaware, a miniature Wedgwood Peter Rabbit transfer teapot in original box, several copper, brass, and cast iron play cookware items, brass doll house tub, cast-iron iron, an a few pewter dollhouse accessories. $200-300

73 Small Swivel Neck Jumeau Lady Doll, France, c. 1880, big pale blue paperweight eyes, closed mouth, pierced ears, gusseted kid body, undergarments, and new wig and dress, ht. 10 1/2 in. $500-700 73A German Bisque Shoulder Head Girl and a Wax Doll, the shoulder head marked A.M., brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, no teeth, blonde mohair wig, kid body, bisque hands; wax shoulder head doll, blue stationary eyes, curly blonde mohair wig, stuffed cloth body with waxed composition lower limbs, in green plaid skirt, blouse, black heeled boots, ht. 16 in. $250-350 74 Group of Mostly Mid-20th Century Vinyl Dolls, a Betsy McCall doll in original box, Vogue Fashion Dolls: “Jeff” doll in original box, thirteen Jill dolls, a small lot of clothing and accessories, the Collectors Encyclopedia of Vogue Dolls by Izen and Stover, Collector Books, Kentucky, 2000; and six other dolls. $100-150 75 Group of Nine Bisque Dolls, comprising one boy doll with swivel head, molded and painted blond hair, painted face, all-bisque body, white and blue knit playsuit with red bow, signed on back of neck UFDC 2001 Helen M Carr, ht. 7 1/2; one girl doll with fixed head, molded and painted blonde hair, blue eyes and embroidered pink organza dress, ht. 9; one girl doll with all-bisque body, fixed head, blonde wig and blue knit dress, ht. 5 3/4; two nearly identical baby dolls with swivel heads, all-bisque bodies, painted faces and white cotton, both ht. 4 1/2; one girl doll with swivel head, all-bisque body, brown wig, painted face and white cotton jumper initialed AR in blue ink, ht. 4 1/4; one figure of a nun with fixed head, painted face, cloth body, cotton habit with leather belt and wood rosary, ht. 8; one girl doll with fixed head, all-bisque body, braided red wig, painted face, stockings and shoes, and a blue and white gingham jumper, ht. 4; one black baby doll with fixed head, allbisque body, painted face and pinned cotton diaper, ht. 3 1/2 in.; sold together with box of assorted clothes, shoes, and belts. $200-300

76 Pair of Georgene Raggedy Ann and Andy Dolls, 1938-1945, black outlined noses, button eyes, four lower lashes, red yarn hair, cloth bodies with Georgene Novelties tags stitched in side seam, “I Love You” hearts, original outfits, red striped legs go all the way to rump, both ht. 20 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $600-800 77 Doll Clothing Bureau with Contents, fourdrawer countertop store bureau, with “The Liberty Bodice Factory” gilt inscriptions and drawer labels, containing several cotton, silk, and velveteen doll clothing articles, a bisque doll head and shoulder, a curly brown doll wig, a boxed lithograph block puzzle and an alphabet game, bureau ht. 21, wd. 21, dp. 11 in. $200-300 78 China Shoulder Head Doll, Germany, pale blue painted eyes, short black curly hair, lightly marked 3 on back of shoulder plate, cloth body, china lower arms and legs, ht. 20 in. $100-150 79 Franz Schmidt Character Girl, Germany, c. 1910 bisque socket head incised FS & C, inset blue glass eyes, painted mouth slightly agape, blonde mohair wig, fully jointed composition body with painted hands, wearing a black ruffled bonnet with bouquet of silk lilacs, labeled Edwin Dawkins, Milliner & Draper, Manchester House, Axminster, a cotton and eyelet dress and jacket, holding a black pouch with lilac-embroidered cotton handkerchief, ht. 26 7/8 in.; together with stand. $200-300 80 Two Character Baby Dolls, incised by Franz Schmidt, Germany, c. 1910 and Heinrich Handwerck, Germany, c. 1910, one with bisque socket head incised FS & Co/1272/50 Z/Deponiert (head separated from body), with inset blue glass eyes and painted mouth slightly agape, fully jointed composition body, wearing blue and white knit bonnet with blue silk ribbon, a cotton and lace gown and white knit booties, ht. 24; the other with bisque socket head incised HW/ Made in Germany/1372., with inset brown glass eyes and painted mouth slightly agape, brown mohair wig with affixed white satin bonnet (separated from head), fully jointed composition body, wearing a white cotton and lace gown with white cotton undergarments, ht. 24 in. $200-300

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80A Four Miscellaneous African American Dolls, 20th century, a small all bisque baby signed CEG 74, ht. 4; a Maggie Kane woman and a black Chase baby from 1950s, ht. 14; and Sasha’s friend Gregor, dressed, hang tag “Serie Made in England,” ht. 16 in. $150-250 81 Three-story Open-front Dollhouse with Small Group of Furnishings, white-painted scratch-built house with four rooms and porches, with nine pieces of painted cast metal furniture and accoutrements, two tables marked “Tootsietoy,” house ht. 28 1/2, wd. 26, dp. 8 3/4 in. $400-600 82 Robert Neuenschwander “Genevieve” Girl Doll, 1994, doll #1 of limited edition of 8, carved wood head and limbs, leather body, incised identification marks on back of shoulder plate, head turned dramatically to left, right arm reaching to touch left at elbow, enameled glass eyes, closed mouth, blonde mohair wig, dressed in original linen and cotton dress stitched to enhance the motion of the moment caught by the artist, ht. 20 1/2 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $2,000-2,500 83 Group of Three Bisque Dolls, Germany, early 20th century, comprising one doll with fixed head, blonde mohair wig, weighted eyes, beaded necklace and organza dress, (lacks arms), ht. 11; one with fixed head (lacks wig), weighted eyes and organza dress, ht. 11 1/2; one with fixed head (separated from body), inset glass eyes, blonde mohair wig with cotton bonnet, cotton dress and undergarments and painted wood legs (both separated from body), ht. 10 in. $200-300 84 Three Composition Lipton Brisk Ice Tea Commercial Claymation Character Figures, Sherman Hensley as George Jefferson, Bruce Willis, and Coolio, mounted on wooden bases, ht. 11 to 13 in. $600-800

85 Kestner Closed-mouth Bisque Shoulder Head Doll, Germany, impressed “12” to back of head, sleeping blue glass eyes, closed mouth, bisque arms, kid body, blonde mohair wig, with green brocade silk dress and matching bonnet with pink rosette and ivory crochet embellishments, cream undergarments, black stockings, and white leather boots, ht. 23 in. $300-400 86 Kestner 164 Open-mouth Bisque Head Character Sailor Boy, Germany, impressed “Germany 164” to back of head, sleeping blue glass eyes, open mouth with four inset teeth, blonde mohair wig, fully jointed composition body, with navy blue wool two-piece sailor’s outfit, gold-tone pocket watch in front jacket pocket, sailor’s hat stamped “S.S. REVLON” in gold, and two-tone leather shoes, ht. 17 1/2 in. $300-500 86A Two Small Parian-type Dolls and Four China Doll Heads, Germany, both parian dolls with molded blonde hair, blue painted eyes, cloth bodies, one with china limbs, both wearing red cotton dresses, ht. 9, 11; one blonde and two black-haired china doll heads, one brown haired with molded bonnet, ht.1 1/2 - 2 1/2 in. $200-300 87 Volland “Beloved Belindy” Cloth Doll, 191834, brown cloth doll with hand-painted nose and mouth, white button eyes, cotton print outfit, cloth body with attached arms and legs, red-striped stockings to knees, red shoes, ht.16 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $1,200-1,500 88 Seven Small Steiff Mohair Teddy Bears, in various shades of yellow and brown, each with black bead eyes and brown or black embroidered nose and mouth, four articulated with body jointed at neck, shoulders, and hips, all with original ear buttons, two with ear tags, ht. 3 to 3 1/2 in. $300-500 89 Large Simon Halbig 1009 Doll, Germany, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, impressed S 13 H 1009 DEP at top of crown, socket head on bisque shoulder plate, gusseted kid body, new wig and clothes, ht. 28 in. $150-250

90 Four Small Mohair Teddy Bears, two Steiff: one with one black shoe button eye, embroidered nose, mouth and claws, jointed body with excelsior stuffing, peach felt pads, and plain button in ear, a blond bear with amber glass eyes, jointed body, embroidered nose and mouths, peach felt pads, excelsior stuffing, button in ear with underscore last “F;” and two other bears, possibly Steiff: a ginger and a blond bear with similar features, no manufacturer’s button, (all with wear), ht. 7 1/4 to 10 in. $250-350 91 Pair of Molly-’es Raggedy Ann & Andy Cloth Dolls, 1935-1938, manufactured by Molly-’es Doll Outfitters, dolls with printed features, red wool hair, three triangular lower lashes, cloth bodies, red hearts, no other marks, multicolored striped stocking-legs with blue shoes, printed cotton outfits, ht. 18 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $1,500-1,800 92 Group of Late 20th Century Dolls and Accessories, four Tina Cassini dolls with several costumes, and catalog, two Remco “Littlechap Family” dolls, with clothing and catalog, ten Ideal “Tammy” series dolls and identification and price guide book; and a Tyler Wentworth “Party of the Season” doll in original box with catalog. $100-150 92A Collection of Assorted Dolls and Doll Parts, including five German bisque head dolls, one an intact Kestner socket head with bisque shoulder plate, partial cloth body, doll head ht. 6; a Queen Louise, AM 390, large Handwerck; and dome head baby, all with damages and complete composition bodies, ht. 22 to 32 in.; together with a modern bisque-head grandmother doll, three composition dolls and a doll head. $300-500 93 Kestner Open-mouth Bisque Head Character Boy, Germany, impressed “P made in Germany 10” to back of head, sleeping blue glass eyes, painted open mouth with two inset teeth, blonde mohair wig, fully jointed composition body, with ivory tie-neck silk blouse under rust-colored jacket and matching trousers, beige leather shoes, and beige felt hat with mauve ribbon, ht. 17 1/2 in. $200-300

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94 Blonde Parian Shoulder Head Doll, Germany, c. 1860s, blue painted eyes, short blonde flat-top hairstyle, deep shoulder plate with three sew holes, cloth body, kid lower arms, original undergarments and brown dress with red ricrac trim, blue stitched-on leather boots with brown boots added, ht. 22 1/2 in. $200-300 95 Large Frozen Charlie Pink-tinted China Doll, Germany, light brown painted eyes, short curly black hair with wisps around face, clenched hands, all pink-tinted, cotton print nightdress, ht. 17 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $200-300 96 Armand Marseille 323 Bisque Head Googly-eyed Girl Doll, early 20th century, impressed “Germany 323 AM 8/0,” rightglancing blue glass sleeping eyes, closed smiling mouth, blonde mohair wig, five-piece composition toddler body, pink-embroidered white organza dress with eyelet trim, onepiece underwear, white knit socks, black velveteen booties, and crocheted bonnet, ht. 8 in. $300-500 97 Small Belton Bisque Head Doll, Germany, impressed “103 1” to back of head, impressed brown stationary glass eyes, brown mohair wig, painted partially open mouth, fully jointed replaced composition body, sage green silk dress with cream lace bib, ivory cotton undergarments, ivory velveteen shoes, ht. 11 in. $200-300 98 Two Faceless Possibly Amish Stuffed Cloth Dolls, appear to be from the same maker, dressed in outfits from same pattern, one in blue and one in red, with layers of clothing, ht. 23 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $500-700

99 Large Group of Doll Wigs, Doll Reference Books, and Stands, approx. fifty-four assorted doll wigs, several wig segments, and pate foundations; approx. seventeen doll reference books, a selection including Dolls, A New Guide for Collectors, Children Figurines of Bisque and Chinawares 1850-1950, Hard Plastic Dolls, II, Your Dolls and Mine, All Bisque and Half-Bisque Dolls, several Barbie related, etc., and several metal and plastic doll stands. $200-400 99A Group of Doll Clothes and Shoes, various ages, miscellaneous clothing includes sweaters, coat, dresses, etc.; shoes of various sizes and ages, some children’s, one pair of rose-colored HH shoes, etc. $150-250 100 Three Steiff Mohair Tigers, vintage Steiff reclining tiger and two seated tiger cubs, with silver metal ear buttons and glass eyes, ht. 8, 4 in. $150-250 101 Volland Raggedy Ann Cloth Doll, 191834, black button eyes, long nose outlined in black, no lower lashes, two black dots above rouged cheeks, cloth body, jointed at hips and shoulders, lower legs with red and white striped stockings, black shoes, ht. 16 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $1,200-1,500 102 Volland Raggedy Andy Cloth Doll, 191834, black button eyes, four lower lashes, unoutlined nose, red wool hair, plaid shirt, blue pants, cloth body, attached limbs, lower legs have red striped hose, black shoes, ht. 16 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $1,200-1,500 103 Six Miniature Schuco Mohair Articulated Teddy Bears, two blonde, one yellow, one golden, one tan, and one chocolate, each with black bead eyes, black embroidered nose and mouth, and body jointed at neck, shoulders, and hips, ht. 2 5/8 in. $300-500

104 Vintage Stuffed Mohair Upright Cat, blond mohair with green and black glass eyes, stitched nose, mouth, and claws, jointed arms, horsehair whiskers, ht. approx. 16 in. $150-200 105 All-cloth Black Girl Doll, white button eyes with oval cuts, embroidered eyebrows, needle-shaped slender nose, applied red mouth with stitched teeth, astrakhan wig with two attached pigtails in back,, cloth body, red print cotton dress, white cap, ht. 24 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $500-700 106 Five Doll Trunks, with Clothing, Blankets, and Other Accessories, two dome-top trunks and three flat-top trunks, filled with an assortment of mostly cotton doll clothing and undergarments, two straw hats, a silk and wood parasol, four doll quilts, two pieced cotton, two silk, a few pieces of doll bedding, and a brass-framed oval mirror. $400-600 107 Armand Marseilles 390 Bisque Head Doll, Germany, brown sleeping eyes, auburn mohair wig, fully articulated composition body, black outfit, ht. 24 in. $150-250 108 Kestner Open-mouth 167 Bisque Head Doll, Germany, impressed “B 6 Made in Germany 167” to back of head, sleeping blue glass eyes, open mouth with four inset teeth, blonde mohair wig, fully jointed composition body, cream undergarments and petticoat, pale pink dress, and cream striped overcoat with matching bonnet, brown knit socks, and black shoes, ht. 16 in. $300-400 108A Two Small Kestner Bisque Head Dolls, Germany, one an unmarked 143 face, blue sleeping eyes, light brown mohair wig, lacy dress; one marked JDK 260, blue sleeping eyes, blonde mohair wig, both on fully articulated composition bodies, ht. 11, 12 in. $300-500

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109 Early Raggedy Andy Cloth Doll, c. 1920, very pale unoutlined nose, black button eyes, four lower lashes, red wool hair, cloth body, lower legs red and white striped hose, brown shoes, ht. 17 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $600-800 110 Early Volland Raggedy Ann Cloth Doll, 1920s, black button eyes, six lower lashes, outlined nose, brown yarn hair, cloth body, attached limbs, red and white striped stockings, black shoes, cotton print dress and white apron, ht. 16 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $1,000-1,200 111 Small Gebruder Heubach Bisque Head Toddler Girl, Germany, early 20th century, impressed “10532” and “HEUBACH” in a square to back of head, side-glancing sleeping blue glass eyes with lashes, open mouth with four inset teeth, blonde synthetic wig, five-piece jointed composition toddler body, white cotton undergarments, pale pink silk dress with lace trim, white knit socks, and black shoes, ht. 11 in. $200-300 112 Small Kammer & Reinhardt/Simon & Halbig Open-mouth Bisque Head Toddler Doll, early 20th century, impressed “K*R Simon & Halbig 126” to back of head, sleeping brown glass eyes, open mouth with two inset teeth, blonde mohair wig, five-piece jointed composition toddler body, cream linen or organdy dress and matching bonnet, cream undergarments, lacking shoes, ht. 10 in. $300-500 112A Six Waxed Composition, Wood, and Papier-mâché Dolls, 19th and 20th centuries, small waxed baby with wood body holding press mechanism to open lower jaw, very long baby dress, ht. 7; waxed lady on cloth body, two peg woodens, and two papier-mâché dolls, one with molded black hair, one with brown human hair wig, both dressed, ht. 11 to 22 in. $200-250

113 Three Tiny Mohair “Teddy Baby” Steiff Bears, Germany, c. 1950-60s, jointed at neck and limbs, embroidered noses and mouths, one light blonde mohair, two dark brown mohair, with brown glass eyes, the brown bear with script Steiff ear buttons, (the other two lacking buttons), with velvet faces and feet with airbrushed claws, ht. 3 1/2 in. $300-500 114 Painted Cloth Doll, America, early 20th century, molded canvas head with painted facial features and hair, jointed cloth body, brown woven shirt under red-and-black checked overalls, and black lace-up boots, ht. 10 in. $200-300 115 Large Three-story Victorian-style Dollhouse with Furnishings, painted wood and plywood dollhouse with front porch and hinged doors on the front opening to eight rooms with planked wood flooring and wallpapered walls, accompanied by furnishings for dining room, living room/parlor, bedroom, bathroom, sewing/playroom, kitchen hall and entryway, with twelve dolls, electrically lit from within, ht. 52, wd. 38, dp. 19 in. $800-1,200 116 Four Miscellaneous Dolls, small peg wooden lady net dress, French wax mannequin lady on stand, large composition girl with cloth body and composition limbs, and a hard plastic doll, ht. 6 to 28 in. $100-150 116A Three Kestner Bisque Head Baby Dolls, Germany, two marked JDK 257 with blue sleeping eyes, open mouths, inset teeth, blonde mohair wigs, (small doll with hairline crack at back of head), both in long white baby dresses; larger doll marked 247 JDK, open mouth, no teeth, new blonde wig, blue cotton dress, all on bent-limb composition baby bodies with original paint finish, ht. 9 1/2, 12, 16 in. $400-600 117 Blonde Parian Shoulder Head Gentleman Doll, blue painted eyes, short blonde curly hair, deep shoulder plate in the form of a tieneck blouse, cloth body, kid lower arms, green velvet double-breasted jacket and knee-length trousers, and brown leather boots, ht. 18 1/2 in. $300-500

118 Two Small Bisque Head Dolls, one openmouth all bisque doll, unmarked, with sleeping blue glass eyes, fixed blonde wig, articulated body, molded and painted socks and shoes, and beige dress, ht. 7; and a Simon & Halbig open-mouth bisque head doll, marked “Simon & Halbig 126 Germany” to back of head, stationary brown glass eyes, open mouth with two inset teeth, short brown wig, five-piece jointed composition toddler body, creamcolored dress, socks, and leather shoes, seated in oversized wooden rocking chair, stamped “Red Robin” underneath seat, doll ht. 8, chair ht. 8 in. $200-300 119 Martha Chase Cloth Doll, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, early 20th century, blue painted eyes, dark blonde painted hair with brush stroking around face, ears with pink tinting, clean bright colors, minimal wear, rub over right eyebrow, cotton sateen covered body with painted lower limbs, fine white cotton undergarments and dress appear original, black leather shoes, ht. 13 in. $400-600 120 Six Steiff Articulated Mohair Teddy Bears, all with glass or bead eyes and embroidered noses, a larger panda (lacking tag and ear button) and champagne mohair bear, ht. to 13, two medium brown and white mohair bears, ht. 10, and two miniature brown and champagne mohair bears, the miniature bears with articulated head movement and bendable legs, ht. 3 in. $200-250 121 Early Simon Halbig Bisque Shoulder Head Doll, Germany, c. 1885, open mouth, cut in teeth, brown stationary eyes, slight smile and overbite, marked 10 S.H.6, new wig, kid body, bisque lower hands, ht. 16 in. $100-150 122 Large Bisque Head Doll Marked DEP, late 19th/early 20th century, Simon Halbig for late Jumeau/SFBJ production, incised 14 with red stamp Tete Jumeau on head, clear bisque, open mouth, blue sleeping eyes, dark wig, on fully articulated composition and wood body, cotton undergarments and dress, ht. 31 in. $600-800

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122A JDK 260 Bisque Head Doll on Longlimbed Composition Body, Germany, blue sleeping eyes with lashes, marked JDK 260, pale blonde mohair wig, on fully articulated composition body with long lower legs to above the knee and side-joined at hips, in original finish, ht. 16 in. $300-500 123 Two French Bisque Head Dolls, early 20th century, baby incised “SFBJ 236 PARIS 4,” open/closed mouth, molded teeth, sleeping dark eyes, bent-limb baby body; open mouth girl with blue sleeping eyes, brown mohair wig, fully articulated composition body, old undergarments, newer russet-colored dress, ht. 12, 21 in. $600-800 124 Two Parian Lady Dolls with Fancy Hairstyles, Germany, mid-19th century, both with blue painted eyes, closed mouths, pierced ears, one with cafe au lait curls sweeping to sides, molded ribbons, deep sloping shoulders, on cloth body with bisque hands, stitched-on blue boots; larger doll with blonde curly hair and molded black hair ribbon, cloth body, black stitched-on boots, tag with provenance of original owner from Pennsylvania who died at age sixteen, ht. 23, 27 in. $400-600 125 Three Tiny Mohair “Teddy Baby” Steiff Bears, Germany, c. 1950-60s, jointed at neck and limbs, embroidered noses and mouths, two light blonde mohair, one dark brown mohair, both with glass eyes, brown and one blond with script Steiff ear buttons, with velvet faces and feet with airbrushed claws, ht. 3 1/2 in. $200-300 126 Pair of Georgene Raggedy Ann and Andy Awake/Asleep Dolls, 1938-63, black outlined noses, awake button eyes with four eyelashes, sleep eyes with ten lashes, labels in side seams, full-leg red striped stockings, black shoes, cotton outfits, ht. 13 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $600-800

127 Two Small Bisque Head Dolls, one Heubach, impressed “Heubach/Koppelsdorf 250-19/0 Germany” to back of head, open mouth with three teeth, lacking eyes and wig, composition body, regional dress, peaked lace bonnet, and wooden clogs, ht. 6 1/4; and a small closed-mouth doll, unmarked, blue stationary glass eyes, blonde wig, fivepiece jointed composition body, with cream crocheted dress and matching hat, and molded and painted socks and shoes, ht. 5 in. $200-250 127A Five Cloth Dolls Including Chase, early to late 20th century, early Chase boy with blonde painted hair, brown eyes, three Chase dolls from end of production, ht. 14 to 16; a newer Moravian cloth doll with blonde hair, crisp blue gingham dress and bonnet, ht. 18 in. $150-250 128 Jules Steiner Bisque Head Doll, France, c. 1880s, open mouth, row of upper teeth, heavily feathered eyebrows and lashes, pierced ears, impressed J.STEINER Bte SGDG PARIS Fre A 17, blue wired eyes, cork pate, long dark human hair wig, fully jointed composition body stamped Le Petit Parisien, old cotton undergarments, blue dress, ht. 24 in. $800-1,200 129 French Bisque Head Lady Doll, c. 1870, closed mouth, blue stationary eyes, swivel neck on bisque shoulder plate, brown human hair wig, fully articulated kid over wood body with bisque arms (one broken), old undergarments and white dress with braid trim, laced leather boots, ht. 14 1/2 in. $800-1,200 130 Chase Stockinet Doll, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, dark gray eyes, lashes, blonde hair, painted lower limbs, very clean sateencovered body, The Chase Stockinet Doll paper label on back of torso, pink cotton dress, ht. 24 in. $100-150 131 Five Modern Steiff Animals and two Steiff Dolls, including a “Giengen-Brenz” teddy, with small teddy in cradle, 1928 Museum Collection replica penguin, 1880 Museum Collection replica felt elephant, 1894 Museum Collection replica Roly-Poly Circus Bear, a “Little Red Riding Hood” doll and wolf set, and a “Babbett” doll, all in original packaging with manufacturer buttons, ribbons, and tags; and a Steiff 1909 replica mohair teddy, with button, ribbon and hang-tag, also two Steiff collection catalogs. $400-600

132 Two Large Handwerck Halbig Bisque Head Dolls and a Chair, Germany, both with open mouths, newer blonde mohair wigs, blue sleeping eyes, one incised 119-13, one HEINRICH HANDWERCK SIMON & HALBIG, both with fully articulated composition bodies, ht. 28, 31 in.; together with a rocking chair with caned seat and back and filigree trim. $300-500 132A Two Bisque Head Closed Mouth Kestner Dolls, Germany, both with brown glass eyes, one set stationary, one with brown long human hair wig, socket head on fully articulated straight wrist composition body, ht. 15; larger doll a shoulder head, blonde mohair wig, kid body, bisque arms (both dolls with restoration through foreheads), ht. 21 in. $300-500 133 Two German Bisque Head Dolls, both with open mouths, cut-in teeth, one marked 44-19, blue stationary eyes, fully articulated wood and composition body, white dress; one a Kestner 148 shoulder head girl, original blonde wig, brown sleeping eyes, kid body, bisque lower arms, ht. 13, 16 in. $200-300 134 Jules Steiner “Bebe Gigoteur” Mechanical Doll, France, c. 1870s, open mouth, two rows of teeth, blue stationary eyes, dark blonde mohair wig, key-wind kicking/crying mechanism in torso, composition arms and lower legs, cotton undergarments with lacetrimmed dress and hat, ht. 17 in. $800-1,200 135 Molly-’es Raggedy Ann Cloth Doll, 19351938, red hair, printed features, outlined nose, cotton print dress, apron, cloth body, attached limbs, full-leg multicolored striped stockings, blue shoes, ht. 17 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $500-700 136 Group of Vintage and Modern Teddy Bears, the teddy bears including an English yellow mohair bear, 1930s, a black “Little Folk” (Tiverton, England) bear, a Merrythought bear and fox, a cotton patchwork quilt bear, five vintage bears by unknown makers, four miniature bears: two mohair, one Japanesemade, and one resin; and a modern mohair bear, fifteen total. $300-500

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137 French Bisque Shoulder Head Doll, impressed “38.24.” to back of neck, stationary blue glass eyes, closed mouth, pierced ears, synthetic blonde wig, bisque hands, kid body, multicolored patterned cotton dress, white knit socks, and black shoes, ht. 13 in. $300-500 138 Four German China Head Dolls and a China Head, late 19th century, dolls with cloth bodies, three with black short curly hair, china limbs, one with center-part boyish style, kid arms, stitched on blue leather boots, ht. 12 to 15; head with short black curls, ht. 4 1/2 in. $300-500 139 Four Parian and China Head Dolls, blonde parian with blonde curls and blue hair bow, cloth body, wooden and composition limbs, ht. 20; three china shoulder head dolls, two with black hair, cloth bodies, one blonde, kid body, ht. 9, 15, 19 in. $200-300 140 Large Brown-eyed China Head Doll, Germany, c. 1860s, center-part short black curls, lightly lidded brown painted eyes, slight smile, rosy cheeks, three sew holes, cloth body, kid hands with separated fingers, old brown cotton dress and jacket, red leather boots, ht. 25 in. $200-400 141 Three German China Head Dolls, late 19th century, all with blue eyes, black painted hair, small doll with hair pulled out to side, all with cloth bodies, small doll with newer kid arms, one with china lower arms, ht. 18, 22, 24 in. $200-400 141A Two German Bisque Head Dolls, one a CM Bergmann baby with blue sleeping eyes, round open mouth, no teeth, blonde curly mohair wig, bent-limb composition baby body, white cotton baby dress, ht. 14; one large AM Rosebud shoulder head bisque doll, blue sleeping eyes, blonde mohair wig, stuffed cloth body, composition lower arms, white cotton undergarments, ht. 31 in. $200-250 142 Nine Mostly Steiff Plush Toys, a Steiff Santa Claus, lion, lioness, two dogs, a kitten, and seated bear, all with ear buttons, five with original tags, an unmarked felt zebra, and a German lion with fur mane, labeled “Handwork West Germany” to base. $200-250

143 Three Handmade Folk Dolls with Provenance, known in the family as “Topsy Turvy,” “Little Mama,” and “Little Dog,” the topsy turvy has white face and black mammy face, all with embroidered features, ht. 11 1/2 to 14 in.; several pages of family history detailing owners and including tintype of original Trotter family members. $100-150 144 Two German China Head Dolls, 19th century, mid-century woman with brown painted eyes, center part hair, exposed ears, deep shoulders, cloth body, china limbs (new, damage), red checked dress; boy with blue painted eyes, short curly hair, exposed ears, light pink toning, cloth body, china limbs, brown suit with vest, ht. 13 1/2, 19 in. $200-400 145 Large German China Head Doll, light pink tone, blue eyes, short black curly hair with center part, three sew holes, (rough area to right side of nose), on homemade cloth body with china lower arms, black taffeta dress, velvet jacket with jeweled pin, ht. 34 in. $300-500 146 Two German Bisque Head Character Baby Dolls, early 20th century, one a Kestner shoulder head, open mouth, two lower teeth, blue sleeping eyes, original wig, marked JDK 35 on head with crown sticker on fully jointed kid body with composition lower limbs, and an AM 971, open mouth, new eyes, bent-limb composition body, both ht. 14 in. $400-600 147 Pair of Handmade Raggedy Ann and Andy Cloth Dolls, black embroidered features, no coloring, auburn red yarn hair, cloth bodies, attached limbs, full leg length red striped stockings, cotton outfits, ht. 17, 18 in. Provenance: From the collection of Ruth C. Burger. $300-500 148 Seven Small Animal Toys, a Schuco miniature jointed monkey and bear, four Wagner Kunstlerschutz figures: flocked giraffe, zebra, lion and mechanical monkey with cymbals with original paper labels, and an unmarked flocked bear wearing lederhosen, ht. 2 to 8 1/2 in. $100-150

148A One Small China and Four Bisque Head Dolls, Japan and Germany, small blondehaired china boy on cloth body; closed mouth shoulder head lady marked 123-4, cloth body with bisque limbs, ht. 9; Heubach Koppelsdorf with pierced nostrils, jointed K & W composition body, ht. 11; Alma on cloth body, ht. 14; and a Kestner open-mouth shoulder head doll, kid body, bisque hands, ht. 17 in. $200-250 149 Three German China Head Dolls, one with light pink tone, brown painted eyes, centerpart hair with short curls, brown leather lower arms, period navy and white checkered wool two piece outfit, ht. 20; one with black curls with widow’s peak, cloth body, new china limbs, and a small doll with old limbs, ht. 13, 22 in. $300-500 150 Bisque Head Lady Doll by Bru, France, c. 1870, impressed E, pale blue paperweight eyes, closed smiling mouth, swivel neck on bisque shoulder plate, original blonde mohair wig with braids, fully articulated wood lady body (two fingers broken), original undergarments and pink cotton two-piece dress, heeled light brown leather boots, ht. 16 in. $2,000-2,500 151 Steiff Articulated Mohair Bear with Growler, Germany, script Steiff button in ear, brown glass eyes, embroidered nose, mouth, and claws, felt paw pads, apricot-toned mohair with minimal soiling and loss, long snout, ht. 13 in. $600-800 152 Small Figure C Bisque Head Jules Steiner Bebe, France, c. 1870s, closed mouth, blue lever-operated eyes, lushly painted eyebrows, nose rub, pierced ears (one with chip broken through piercing) head impressed FIGURE C 4/0 J STEINER Bte SGDG PARIS, replaced pate and long auburn wig, fully articulated composition body stamped in blue on hip Le Petit Parisien Bebe Steiner, newly dressed in pink silk outfit, ht. 8 1/2 in. $3,000-5,000 153 Victorian Doll Carriage, red and blackpainted wooden carriage with yellow and black striping, iron-strap clad wooden wheels, black upholstered leatherette seat, fringed swivel sunshade, with four pillows, ht. 28 1/2, wd. 12 1/4, lg. 32 1/2 in. $100-200

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153A Two German Bisque Head Dolls, one a Gebruder Heubach dolly-faced girl, brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, dark brown human hair wig, fully articulated composition body, blue dress, ht. 19; a Simon Halbig 719 girl, open mouth, stationary blue eyes, newer blonde mohair wig, socket head on bisque shoulder plate, kid body, bisque lower hands (finger damages), white dress, ht. 24 in. $200-250 154 Early Kestner Closed Mouth Bisque Head Doll, Germany, c. 1880, blue sleeping glass eyes, closed mouth, impressed 7 on head, fat roll on neck, original blonde mohair wig, fully articulated straight wrist composition body, pink dress and hat, retains blue ribbon from doll event in 1989, doll ht. 12 in. $700-900 155 Large Kestner Socket Head Doll on Cloth Body, Germany, head incised Made in Germany N 17, brown glass eyes set stationary, open mouth, four inset upper teeth, on kid-lined bisque shoulder plate, new dark human hair wig, stuffed cloth body with composition lower arms, white cotton dress, ht. 31 in. $300-500 156 Bisque Head Tete Jumeau Bebe, France, c. 1880s, blue lined paperweight eyes, closed mouth, pierced ears with pink earrings, head with red stamp DEPOSE TETE JUMEAU Bte SGDG 2 with check marks, on replaced newer jointed composition body, ht. 11 1/2 in. $1,200-1,800 157 Papier-mâché Turned Shoulder Head Lady Doll, with expression of Heubach lady, open/ closed mouth with molded teeth, serene smile, blue glass stationary eyes, original blonde mohair wig swept to sides with bun on top, no marks visible on head, deep shoulder plate, stuffed cloth body with composition lower arms and legs, molded white stockings and single strap heeled shoes, brown velvet dress, ht. 16 in. $300-500 157A Three Boxes of Assorted Doll Clothes and Dollhouse Linens. $200-300

158 Three Large German Bisque Head Dolls, all with open mouths, one a Handwerck 69-12X size 4, blue eyes on rocker, loose in head, long auburn human hair wig; an AM 390, brown sleeping eyes, teeth (appear replaced), brown human hair wig, dark blue polka dotted cotton dress; Kestner shoulder head doll, brown sleeping eyes, kid body, bisque lower arms (two fingers rebuilt), ht. 23 to 28 in. $200-300 159 Two Large German Bisque Head Simon Halbig Dolls, one marked 1078, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, long brown human hair wig, commercial cream-colored cotton dress; one with brown sleeping eyes, long brown human hair wig, old undergarments and red wool dress, both fully articulated composition bodies, ht. 24 in. $400-600 160 Three German Bisque Head Dolls, all with open mouths, one shoulder head with brown sleeping eyes, kid boy, bisque hands, ht. 15; one AM 1894, blue stationary eyes, jointed wood and composition bodies; one marked Made in Germany B4, blue sleeping eyes, jointed composition body (repaint), all in red print dresses, ht. 15 to 23 in. $200-400 161 SFBJ 235 Character Bisque Head Laughing Boy, France, early 20th century, stationary blue glass jewel eyes, clear bisque, even coloring to head, open/closed mouth with molded upper teeth, full head of flocked hair, impressed SFBJ 235 PARIS in circle, on fully articulated wood and composition body with some paint loss, blue velvet suit, ht. 14 in. $700-900 162 Jules Steiner Bisque Head Bebe with Provenance, Paris, c. 1880s, blue-gray wire lever operated eyes, open mouth, upper and lower teeth, shrinkage line at corner of mouth, head incised Sie C 1 with red marks J. Steiner Bte SGDG J Bourgoin, original skin wig, fully articulated composition body with working pull-string mama-papa voice box, original simple silk dress, newer gray wool coat and hat, with copy of photograph of the doll with her original child-owner from Germany, doll ht. 16 1/2 in. $2,000-3,000

162A Two Large German Bisque Head Dolls, one a Queen Louise, brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, dark brown mohair wig, fully articulated composition body, white cotton dress, ht. 26; one a Kestner 164, blue sleeping eyes, blonde mohair wig, fully articulated composition body, blue checked dress, white leather shoes, ht. 32 in. $200-250 163 Two Small Mohair Bears Including Schuco Compact Bear, both golden mohair, tiny bear with removable head and torso opening to reveal compact area, jointed limbs, larger bear with jointed limbs, unjointed neck, ht. 3 1/2, 4 1/2 in. $300-500 164 Four Bisque Doll Heads and a Composition Baby Body, Germany, a small Heubach shoulder head laughing boy with intaglio eyes, a Kestner 167 socket head with blue sleep eyes, two flange-neck AM Dream Babies, ht. 3 1/2 to 5; bent-limb composition baby body (repainted), lg. 15 in. $200-300 165 Three Large Bisque Head Dolls, France and Germany, one marked R.D., blue paperweight eyes, open mouth, row of eight teeth (repair to forehead through eye area), one marked DEP with faint remain of Tete Jumeau stamp, blue sleeping eyes, pull-string voice box in torso, and one marked 1909 DEP R & A, blue sleeping eyes, all on articulated composition bodies, ht. 22 to 24 in. $800-1,200 166 Kestner 257 Flirty Eye Character Baby, Germany, brown glass flirty eyes with metal eyelids, open mouth, two upper teeth, molded tongue, even bisque coloring with rosy cheeks, marked “Made in Germany JDK 257,” original blonde mohair wig, bent-limb composition baby body, ht. 15 1/2 in. $400-600 167 Two German Bisque Head Dolls, both with open mouths, blue sleeping glass eyes, one an AM 390 in commercial pink dress, one Gbr K 165, print cotton dress, both with articulated composition bodies (some damages, repaint), ht. 18, 20 in. $200-300

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167A Early Kestner Closed Mouth Bisque Head Doll, Germany, marked D made in Germany 8, no mold number, brown sleeping eyes, closed mouth, original blonde mohair wig, fully articulated composition body, jointed wrists, in red and gray wool outfit with matching coat and hat, with muff, leather shoes, ht. 14 1/2 in., in half-round glass-front display case 7 x 13 x 17 in. $300-500 168 Two Large CM Bergmann Bisque Head Dolls, Germany, both mold 1916, open mouth, brown sleeping eyes, one with brown mohair wig, one brown synthetic wig, both on jointed composition bodies, ht. 25, 28 in. $200-400 169 Large Joel Ellis Wooden Doll, Springfield, Vermont, c. 1870s, molded hair painted black, painted eyes and mouth, typical paint loss to face, mortise-and-tenon jointed body, metal hands and feet, black molded boots, ht. 17 1/2 in. $700-900 170 Heubach Smiling Bisque Head Character Girl, Germany, early 20th century, molded open/closed mouth with two molded upper teeth, dimples, blue glass sleeping eyes, clear bisque, incised sunburst Heubach marks, blonde mohair wig, bent-limb composition baby body, ht. 12 in. $500-700 171 Schoenhut Girl with Carved Hairband, early 20th century, blue intaglio eyes, pensive expression, short carved hair with hairband painted pink, nose tip rubbed bare, fully spring-jointed body in original finish with some wear, cotton eyelet dress, ht. 14 1/2 in. $300-500 172 Four Small Bisque Dolls, Germany, an R.A. girl in original dress, an A.M. girl with flapper body, a painted bisque Just Me (discoloration to face) with composition bodies, and a tinted bisque girl with molded blonde hair on cloth body, ht. 7 to 9 in. $200-300 173 Large Simon Halbig 1079 Bisque Head Doll, Germany, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, brown human hair wig, fully articulated composition body in original finish (one finger broken off), brown velvet dress and hat, ht. 29 in. $300-500

173A Five German Bisque Head Dolls, two small dolls include Revalo and Gebruder Heubach dolly-faced dolls, one brown and one blue-eyed doll, ht. 13, 14; three larger dolls include Simon Halbig Heinrich Handwerck, CM Bergmann 1916 and Gbr K 165, all with sleeping eyes, open mouths, fully articulated bodies, dressed, ht. 20 to 23 in. $200-250 174 SFBJ 301 Bisque Head Girl Doll, France, early 20th century, possibly Bleuette, blue sleeping eyes with lashes, open mouth, upper teeth, head incised in a circle SFBJ 301 PARIS 1, replaced brown wig, on fully articulated composition and wood body marked 2 on back of torso, no marks visible on sole of feet, white cotton dress, ht. 10 1/4 in. $500-700 175 Two German Bisque Head Character Babies, a Franz Schmidt incised F S & Co 1272/29, blue glass stationary eyes, open mouth, upper molded teeth and tongue, dimples, brown mohair wig, bent-limb body, ht. 8; baby marked 199 2/0, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, bent-limb baby body, ht. 11 in. $200-300 176 Kammer & Reinhardt 126 Character Toddler, Germany, early 20th century, blue glass sleeping eyes, open mouth, upper teeth, clear bisque, original dark blonde mohair wig, on five-piece composition toddler body with starfish hands in original finish, wearing creamcolored silk dress, ht. 10 in. $200-300 177 Tiny K&R Bisque Head Girl Doll, early 20th century, blue glass eyes, open mouth, molded teeth, marked Halbig K*R 15, blonde mohair wig, on straight limb composition body with molded and painted brown two-strap shoes, blue-green plaid dress, ht. 5 3/4 in. $200-300 177A Fifteen Mostly Madame Alexander and Effanbee Dolls and Collectible Figurines, some in original boxes, Madame Alexander dolls and figurines include “Spring Morning,” “1950 Sock Hop,” “Cinderella,” “My Little Sunflower,” “Apple Pie Wendy,” “Season’s Greetings Maggie,” “Polish,” “India,” “Greece,” “Spain,” “China,” and “Beddy-Bye Brooke,” Effanbee include two Patsyette in Storyland boxed dolls, “The Princess and the Pea” and “Peter Pan,” and a Vogue Ginny doll in regional costume. $200-250

178 Schoenhut Walking Toddler Doll, c. 1930, baby-type face, blue decal eyes, and green decals on head and body, open/closed mouth with darker painted center, original dark blonde mohair wig, classic Schoenhut walking body with unjointed curved arms and straight legs with joint at upper thigh to accommodate walking movement, ht. 14 in. $200-300 179 Large Simon Halbig Jutta Bisque Head Doll, Germany, incised 1349 Jutta S & H, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, clear bisque coloring, original brown mohair wig, fully articulated composition body in original finish, ht. 28 in. $300-500 180 Large Kid-bodied Parisian Lady Doll, France, head with blue stationary eyes, closed mouth, classic square cut-outs for Steiner lever mechanism (restoration to head, no marks visible), on kid-lined bisque shoulder plate, gusseted shapely kid lady body with narrow waist, kid arms with separated fingers, wearing original lace underclothes, creamcolored satin dress with long train, ht. 26 in. $400-600 181 Four Small Bisque Dolls, small boy with skin wig, composition body; open-mouth bisque head marked Liane, J. Verlingue on all-bisque body (head loosely attached, chip at neck); AM 390 on composition body; and painted bisque AM 390 on jointed wood and composition body, ht. 5 to 12 in. $200-300 181A One Bisque, One Composition, and Three Waxed Composition Dolls, Germany, dollyface bisque doll marked Gebruder Heubach, brown sleeping eyes, blonde human hair wig, on fully articulated composition body stamped Germany, ht. 21; composition shoulder head girl, blue glass eyes, closed mouth with painted teeth, cloth body, composition lower limbs, ht. 14; three wax-over-composition dolls with glass eyes, various stages of wear, stuffed cloth bodies, kid or composition limbs, dressed, ht. 18 to 26 in. $200-250 182 Kley & Hahn 525 Bisque Head Character Baby, Germany, brown glass stationary eyes, deep modeling around eyes, open/closed mouth, molded tongue, painted wispy hair, on bent-limb composition baby body, ht. 14 1/2 in. $200-300

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183 Small Early Bisque Head French Lady Doll, c. 1870, swivel neck on bisque shoulder plate, cobalt blue stationary eyes, pale bisque with rosy cheeks, finely lined eyebrows, skin wig, lightly outlined mouth, strong clean kid body with ungusseted limbs, separated fingers, original undergarments, silk dress, chain purse, black leather shoes, with two first place ribbons from doll competitions, ht. 11 3/4 in. $1,000-1,500 184 All-composition Skippy Boy Doll, Effanbee, 1929, head embossed EFFANBEE SKIPPY P.L.Crosby, torso EFFANBEE PATSY Pat Pend. Doll, blue painted eyes to side, molded hair, dressed in sailor suit with hat, black leatherette shoes, white socks, retains 1994 blue ribbon, ht. 14 in. $200-300 185 Very Large Heinrich Handwerck Bisque Head Doll, head marked 16 99 DEP Germany, large brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, pierced ears (one chipped) long brown mohair wig, fully articulated composition body, lacy dress, black velvet hat and coat lined and trimmed in pink, ht. 34 in. $500-700 185A Six Collectible and Play Dolls, later 20th century, two unplayed-with Sasha dolls in original boxes, one a Sashababy with Honey Blonde Hair, Made in England, one Gregor with blue jeans and sweater boots and raincoat, ht. 11, 16; two unplayed-with boxed Kathe Kruse, boy marked Daniel 35H and girl marked Fanny 35H, matching outfits, ht. 14; a vinyl blonde girl with Zapf Creation hangtag, ht. 19; and bisque Native American girl “Snowbird” marked 1994 The Hamilton Collection, doll ht. 16 in. $150-250 186 SFBJ 251 Bisque Head Character Toddler, France, early 20th century, open mouth, two upper teeth, tremble tongue, blue glass sleeping eyes, clear bisque, impressed mark 21 SFBJ 251 PARIS 11, original brown human hair wig, fully articulated composition toddler body with side jointing at hips, white cotton and lace dress, ht. 24 in. $600-800 187 Large K&H Walkure Bisque Head Doll, Germany, mold 250, brown eyes set stationary, open mouth, long honey brown human hair wig, fully articulated composition body (repainted), pink floral print organdy dress, ht. 29 in. $200-300

188 Simon Halbig/CM Bergmann Bisque Head Girl Doll, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth with overbite, teeth, marked S & H CMB 10, old brown human hair wig, fully articulated composition body, old cotton dress, ht. 23 in. $200-300 189 Large SFBJ Bisque Head Girl Doll, France, early 20th century, open mouth, upper teeth, blue sleep eyes with lashes, incised mark SFBJ Paris 14, long dark human hair wig, fully articulated composition and wood body in original finish (some chipping to finish), red taffeta dress, ht. 31 in. $600-800 189A Two Large Early Composition BlondeHaired Dolls and a Cloth Dolly, 19th and 20th century, one composition unmarked, one with Greiner Ext 72 paper label, both with molded blonde curly hair, blue painted eyes, stuffed cloth bodies, kid arms, dressed in old undergarments and clothing, ht. 25, 29; later cloth doll, stitched features, mohair wig, cotton dress, ht. 20 in. $200-250 190 Jules Steiner Bisque Head Bebe, France, c. 1890, blue glass stationary eyes, closed mouth, pierced ears, short brown human hair wig, incised J. STEINER Bte SGDG PARIS Fre A 3, jointed composition body with straight legs, red wool flannel dress, ht. 10 1/4 in. $1,200-1,800 191 Schoenhut Girl with Carved Hair and Bow, early 20th century, blue eyes, serious or pensive expression, hair with defined comb marks, pulled to back in a blue bow, wear and scattered repaint, fully spring-jointed body, cream-colored wool dress, ht. 16 in. $300-500 192 Bisque Head Georgene Averill “Bonnie Babe” Doll, Germany, c. 1920s, head by Alt, Beck & Gottschalck for distribution by George Borgfeldt & Co., New York, bisque head marked Copyright by Georgene Averill with 1402 mold number, smiling face, even coloring, open mouth, two lower teeth, molded tongue, painted hair, on cloth body with composition arms and lower legs, white cotton dress, ht. 18 1/2 in. $400-600

193 Bisque Head Bye-Lo Baby, marked Copr by Grace S. Putnam MADE IN GERMANY, blue sleeping eyes, reddish molded hair (roughness on top of head), on original marked Bye-Lo cloth body, celluloid hands, pink flannel print outfit, lg. 14 in. $200-300 194 Two Armand Marseille 390 Bisque Head Dolls, Germany, one with blue sleeping eyes, one with brown eyes set stationary, both on fully articulated composition bodies, one with wooden stick upper legs, dressed, ht. 23, 24 in. $200-300 194A Group of Miscellaneous Hats, Wigs, and Shoes, a doll fan and a pair of adult-sized gloves. $200-300 195 Two Black-haired China Head Dolls, a boy doll with molded and painted wavy black hair, blue eyes, and rosy cheeks, with cloth body and limbs, white ruffle-necked shirt, red velvet knickers, and leather boots; and a lady doll with molded and painted black hair and brown eyes, with cloth body, china hands, purple and black high-necked dress with matching pantaloons, and leather shoes, ht. to 18 in. $200-250 196 Kammer & Reinhardt Bisque Head Walking Doll, Germany, early 20th century, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, teeth, impressed “K * R Simon & Halbig 403 Germany” long ash blonde human hair wig, composition body with long straight legs attached to head to make it move side to side when “walked,” fully jointed arms, blue dress, white leather shoes, ht. 25 in. $300-500 197 Bahr & Proschild 585 Bisque Head Character Baby, Germany, brown sleeping eyes, open/closed mouth with molded upper teeth, clear bisque, dark blonde mohair wig, marked 585 5 BP with crossed swords, bentlimb composition baby body, russet-colored velvet suit and hat, ht. 14 in. $300-400

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197A Three Hard Plastic Mary Hoyer Dolls with Large Group of Outfits, all with sleeping eyes, embossed Mary Hoyer marks, two in crisp clean condition (one doll’s face repainted), with an extensive group of knit and crocheted outfits including skating costume, sweaters, other outfits include majorette, ball gown, coats, etc., plus a group of shoes and miscellaneous accessories. $200-300 198 Bisque Head Heubach Character Baby, Germany, marked HEUBACH in a square, 7602, pouty-faced baby with blue intaglio eyes, molded hair, socket head on bentlimb composition baby body, pink and white crocheted outfit, ht. 11 in. $200-300 199 Kammer & Reinhardt 126 Character Baby, Germany, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, two inset teeth, molded tongue, head marked K*R Simon & Halbig 126, even facial coloring (smudged paint finish to back of head) brown human hair wig, bent-limb composition baby body, ht. 17 in. $200-300 200 Two Large German Bisque Head Babies, one an SHPB Hanna, with original light brown mohair wig, the other marked G.B, blonde mohair wig, both with blue sleeping eyes, open mouths, on composition bent-limb baby bodies, ht. 17, 20 in. $300-400 201 Heubach Bisque Shoulder Head Smiling Character Doll and German Composition Partial Body, 20th century, the doll with molded blonde hair with blue ribbon, blue intaglio eyes, closed mouth, impressed mark, oil cloth body with composition hands and cloth legs, original period blue and white dress, (soiled); torso and jointed arms, (damage and rough paint), ht. 7 1/2 in. $200-300 202 Three Steiff “Museum Collection” Plush Replica Animals in Original Boxes, a mohair penguin with leather beak and feet, a RolyPoly mohair circus bear on turned wooden base, and a small felt circus elephant, each with original Steiff button. $250-350

203 Two German Bisque Character Baby Dolls, both by Armand Marseille, one an AM 560a, open smiling mouth, upper teeth, blue sleeping eyes, light brown mohair wig, the other with brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, bellows contained inside head (appears intact but not functioning), both on bent-limb composition baby bodies, ht. 13 in. $200-400 204 Large Handwerck 99 DEP Bisque Head Doll, Germany, brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, upper teeth, incised 16 99 DEP Germany, (wig pulls around head, faint hairline on forehead from crown) synthetic fiber brown wig, fully articulated composition body (repainted), pink dress, ht. 32 in. $300-500 205 Large Simon Halbig 1260 Shoulder Head Doll, brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, pierced ears, brown human hair wig, shoulder head on kid body (over painted white), jointed composition arms (repainted), green dress, ht. 27 in. $200-300 205A Three Miscellaneous Dolls, a Frozen Charlotte with curly black hair, ht. 4 1/2; a cloth doll originally by Izannah Walker with molded and repainted features, hands and replaced legs with boots, ht. 17; and a wax over composition with blue set glass eyes, brown human hair wig, cloth body, kid arms, ht. 24 in. $200-250 206 AM 210 Googly-eyed Girl with Molded Hair, Germany, blue intaglio eyes to right, blonde molded hair in short bob, small watermelon mouth, on five-piece composition body, red dotted swiss dress with straw hat, ht. 7 in. $200-300 207 Two Armand Marseille Bisque Head Dolls, a 390 with blue sleeping eyes, fully articulated composition body in original finish, and an 1894 with blue glass eyes (crazing) marked 1894 AM 9 DEP, (white area at mark), fully articulated composition body (repaint), both dressed, ht. 20, 22 in. $200-300

208 Two German Bisque Head Dolls, both with open mouths, brown sleeping eyes, one marked Gbr K 165, brown human hair wig, the other Heubach Koppelsdorf 302.3, light blonde mohair wig, both on fully articulated composition bodies, cotton dresses, ht. 22 in. $200-300 209 Twelve Small Dolls, two china head with bisque limbs, larger marked “Germany,” three bisque head, two with composition bodies, including one Armand Marseille, and seven all bisque. $200-250 210 Group of Small China Head Dolls and Doll Heads, five small china shoulder head dolls, with cloth bodies, some lacking limbs, and six assorted doll heads, three glazed china, one bisque, and two German pressed and painted tin. $200-250 210A Red-painted Hooded Cradle with Doll Clothing, including a cloth lady doll body with new arms, dressed, miscellaneous clothing pieces, etc., in red cradle, lg. 27, wd. 12, ht. 15 in. $100-200 211 Four Composition Dolls by Madame Alexander and Effanbee, America, Alexander Princess Elizabeth with salmon-colored dress, ht. 16; Effanbee Anne Shirley with fine blonde yarn hair, pink knit dress, ht. 20, “Lovems” on cloth body with compo limbs, ht. 17, and all composition “Bright Eyes” with blue flirty eyes, baby body, (overall light crazing to all), ht. 20 in. $200-300 212 Bisque Head Girl Doll, brown paperweight eyes, open mouth, upper teeth, head impressed 1 with cherry red stamp “TETE JUMEAU” (back of head has shiny finish), straight limb composition body (possible repaint), red brocaded dress with black lace trim, hat and parasol, ht. 17 in. $200-300

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213 Bisque Shoulder Head Doll as George Washington, Germany, blue glass stationary eyes, open mouth, teeth, blonde mohair wig with long pigtail, shoulder head on kid body, no markings visible, bisque hands, period costume with red velvet long coat, tricorn hat with feathers, high black spats over shoes to replicate boots, together with an article picturing this doll and notation he commemorates George Washington and the Centennial celebration of the United States, ht. 18 in. $400-600 214 Two German Bisque Head Dolls, One George Borgfeldt, one with faintly impressed number, possibly 224, open mouth, upper teeth, no eyes, dimples, new long brown human hair wig, sturdy composition body with straight wrists; a G.B. with brown sleeping eyes, jointed composition body, ht. 21, 22 in. $200-300 215 Two German Bisque Head Dolls, an AM 1894, blue sleeping eyes, blonde mohair wig, on articulated composition and wood body, stick upper legs, straight wrists, commercially made red dress with lace trim; an S & H CMB 6 1/2 with blue eyes set stationary, open mouth, synthetic auburn wig in updo, fully articulated composition body, ht. 16, 17 in. $300-400 215A Seven Mohair Steiff Teddy Bears, later 20th century, all with buttons and tags, four with “Original Teddybar” paper labels, two are tiny unjointed bears, one beige and one dark brown, seated ht. 3; two fully jointed, light and dark brown, ht. 5 1/2; one blonde Margaret Woodbury Strong bear, ht. 9 1/2; one “Mr. Cinnamon Bear” ht. 10 1/2; and a large honey brown bear with well-defined hump, ht. 16 in. $150-200 216 Four Small Bisque Dolls and a Pressed and Painted Tin Carriage, two bisque head boy dolls with composition bodies, one marked RA with crossed swords, the other marked “Germany 243 2/0,” and two all-bisque dolls, a baby and a toddler girl, both unmarked, with fully articulated all-bisque bodies (losses to girl), the carriage unmarked. $200-250 217 Bisque Head Simon Halbig 1079 DEP Doll, Germany, brown sleeping eyes with lashes, open mouth, even coloring, pierced ears, dark brown human hair wig, fully articulated composition body (some repair, paint and varnish touch-up), brown velvet suit and hat, ht. 19 in. $300-500

218 Three Heubach Bisque Head Character Babies, Germany, one with open/closed mouth, protruding tongue, blue sleep eyes, blonde mohair wig (repair/repaint to face), bent-limb body, ht. 8 1/2; one marked 7102 pouty boy with blue intaglio eyes, molded hair, ht. 10; one a square mark 7604 laughing boy, fully jointed composition body, ht. 10 in. $200-300 219 Four Bisque Head Baby Dolls, Germany, two small closed mouth babies with blue sleeping eyes, one marked 1924 and one KB 7 1/2, (repair around eye), one with open mouth and painted eyes, all with bent-limb composition baby bodies, lg. 8; Bye-Lo baby with brown sleeping eyes, (airbrushed repair to head), signed cloth body, celluloid hands, lg. 11 in. $200-300 219A Group of Sheila Young Lettie Lane Paper Dolls, including seven uncut sheets of “Lettie Lane’s Around the World Party,” twelve sheets of Betty Bonnet, Billy Bonnet, Brother, Grandparents, etc., nine smaller sheets of Polly Pratt and family; two magazines and two I.D. books for Lettie Lane and Betty Bonnet. $200-300 220 Group of Plush Animals, Some Steiff, including a cloth puppy with a ride-on wooden scooter, another dog, a polar bear, an elephant, a collie on wheels, a small bunny, a kitten, and four Steiff animals, a giraffe and a cat, both lacking ear buttons, a terrier, and a cow. $300-500 221 Three Parian-type or Tinted Bisque Dolls and a Doll Head, Germany, large turned head girl with blonde molded hair, blue glass eyes, short neck with well-defined fat rolls, three sew holes, cloth body, brown kid arms, cotton dress with red and blue trim; tinted bisque doll with molded hat; girl with molded blonde hair, cloth body, original Provincial outfit, and a shoulder head only with molded blouse, ht. 4, 12, 14, 23 in. $300-500 222 Three China and Bisque Lady-type Dolls, Germany, a small unmarked shoulder head with blue eyes, closed mouth (repaired hairline), cloth body, ht. 9; parian with molded blonde hair (repaired shoulder and nose tip), ht. 11 1/2; black-haired china with large bun in back (old crack through neck), cloth body, kid arms, ht. 14 in. $200-300

223 Two German Bisque Head Dolls, an AM 370, blue sleeping eyes, oilcloth body, celluloid hands, peach colored dress; American Schoolboy with molded hair, closed mouth, (repair to back of head), kid body, ht. 14, 15 in. $200-300 224 Eight Small All-bisque Dolls, Germany, tiny Kewpie-type; seated baby in tub; baby with jointed arms marked F.G. 11 Germany; three wigged girls with jointed limbs, painted, stationary and sleeping eyes; boy with molded blonde hair; wigged swivel neck girl with jointed limbs, (scattered damages to several), ht. 2 to 5 in. $200-300 225 Group of Ten Tiny China and Bisque Dolls, including a very small frozen charlottle in bottle, small untinted bisque in shell case, two small china dolls with cloth bodies, two black dolls, a bisque soldier with molded helmet, and three frozen Charlottle girls, one with molded dress, one pink-toned coloring, ht. 1 to 4 3/4 in. $300-400 225A Wicker Doll Carriage with Pull Handle, two large wire wheels, two smaller wheels for stabilizing when pulled, curved-back wicker with faux leather seat and wooden footrest, wd. 14, lg. (with handle folded) 24 in. $75-100 226 Three German Bisque Head Dolls, two shoulder head girls, one possibly Kestner, brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, molded upper teeth, brown mohair wig, kid body, composition lower limbs, green cotton dress; one marked 305/7 1/2, brown stationary eyes, kid body, bisque hands; one marked 1906, blue stationary eyes, fully articulated composition body, ht. 16 to 19 in. $300-400 227 Large Kestner 171 Bisque Head Doll, Germany, brown sleeping eyes with lashes, open mouth, four upper teeth, even bisque coloring, old light brown mohair wig, fully articulated composition body, white cotton undergarments and dress, ht. 30 1/2 in. $300-500

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228 Four Pieces of Stained Wood Doll Furniture, late 19th century, two threedrawer cherry veneered chests with boxwood stringing and turned feet, a later mahogany low boy, and an oak rectangular table, table ht. 7 3/16 in. $200-300 229 Nine Mostly Black-haired China Head Dolls, one blonde, most unmarked, including two dolls with cloth bodies and limbs, four with cloth bodies and china limbs, one with cloth body and bisque hands, and two with cloth body and kid hands, lg. 10 to 22 in. $200-250 230 Two Parian Shoulder Head Dolls, Germany, one with white skin coloring, rosy cheeks, cafe au lait molded hair with center part and short curls, blue painted eyes, deep sloping shoulders, cloth body, brown kid arms, red plaid dress; one with blonde molded hair and blue ribbon pulling hair back to expose ears with molded earrings, molded necklace with cross (airbrush work to shoulder plate area), cloth body, bisque lower arms, ht. 20, 22 in. $200-300 231 Group of Twenty Golliwogs and Black Cloth Dolls, primarily later 20th century, miscellaneous manufacturers, some handmade items, several by Merrythought in England, variously attired, with three prints of Golliwog and dolls, a Chimney Sweep doll, and other black cloth dolls, ht. 8 to 27 in. $300-500 232 Group of Kathe Kruse, Sigikid, and Gotz Dolls and Accessories, a composition Kathe Kruse girl with long blonde human hair wig, brown eyes (scuffed cheeks), cloth body; three new boxed Kathe Kruse dolls and a teddy bear, a Kruse bed; a Sigikid doll with flyer; a Gotz girl, and two packaged groups of Sasha doll clothing, doll ht. 10 to 20 in. $300-500 232A Bisque Head 192 Girl Doll with Two A.M. Baby Dolls and Clothing, Germany, Kammer & Reinhardt 192 girl with brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, inset teeth, original blonde mohair wig, fully articulated composition body, cotton print dress, ht. 18; AM 341 Dream Baby (no eyes) and 371 baby (broken tooth), cloth baby bodies, ht. 11, 14; and a composition girl doll, dress separate, ht. 17 in., plus a group of doll’s dresses and undergarments in a larger size. $400-600

233 Group of Six Early Composition and Celluloid Dolls, two marked K*R, one hardened rubber, one large heavy celluloid girl, a JDK 201 celluloid shoulder head girl on jointed kid body with celluloid lower limbs, a French composition doll and two American character kids, ht. 12 to 26 in. $200-300 234 CM Bergmann Girl and AM 971 Bisque Head Baby Doll, Germany, girl with brown eyes set stationary, dark brown human hair wig, fully articulated composition body, ht. 23; AM baby with blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, original light brown mohair wig, bentlimb composition body with separate hands (body repainted), dressed in white cotton, ht. 16 in. $200-300 235 Large Kestner Century Doll and AM 351 Dream Baby, Germany, one marked “Century Doll Co. Kestner Germany,” blue sleeping eyes, closed expressive mouth, furrowed brow, cloth body, composition limbs; large AM 341 with blue sleeping eyes, closed mouth, on bent-limb composition baby body, ht. 18, 22 in. $200-300 236 Large Simon & Halbig 1159 Lady Doll, Germany, blue glass eyes reset stationary, open mouth, upper teeth, impressed marks: S & H DEP 1159 Germany 10 with red Wimpern stamp, original blonde mohair wig, fully articulated composition body with molded bosom, long slender lower arms, floral silk brocaded dress (melting), brown socks and leather shoes, ht. 26 in. $800-1,200 237 Two Bisque Head Lady Dolls, later 20th century, one with brown eyes, closed mouth, marked in red ink block letters ED, kidoline body, older lady doll dress and brown hat, ht. 16; one with blue eyes, no markings, old shoulder plate and gusseted kid body, undressed except for feathered hat and cape, ht. 17 in. $250-350 237A Glass-eyed Ivory Lady’s Head on Wooden Stand, head and neck with deep modeling, blue inset glass eyes, finely painted eyebrows, narrowly slit open mouth with tiny teeth, black carved hair with curls over all and spit curls in front of ears, finely modeled ears with earrings, head has attached tiara and flower decoration, two-strand necklace, head held in place on wooden block stand by sliding ivory pin, head ht. 2 1/4, overall ht. 5 1/4 in. $200-300

238 Kammer & Reinhardt 101 Bisque Head Pouty Doll, Germany, blue painted eyes, closed mouth, short single stroke eyebrows (face with soil, cheek scuffs), marked K*R 101 46, original pate and blonde mohair wig, fully articulated composition body with pink-toned finish stamped in red “Heinrich Handwerck Germany” (three fingers broken off), beige dress, black socks, ht. 17 1/2 in. $800-1,200 239 Solid Dome Bisque Head Doll, Germany, blue stationary eyes, closed mouth, marked 304 5, Belton-head with three holes on crown and forehead, blonde mohair wig, fully articulated composition and wood body, white cotton dress, pink velvet hat, ht. 13 1/2 in. $300-500 240 Early French Bisque Head Lady Doll, c. 1870, cobalt blue stationary eyes, head marked 4, pale coloring, outlined and shaded lips, (crack through forehead and cheek, several fingers broken off), new blonde mohair wig, gusseted kid body, beige dress, new red shoes, ht. 16 in. $400-600 241 Small K*R 101 Bisque Head Doll, Germany, blue painted eyes, closed serious mouth, impressed K*R 101 23, light brown mohair wig, fully articulated composition body in original pink-toned finish (some wear, reglued ball joints), ht. 8 3/4 in. $400-600 242 Large SFBJ 301 Bisque Head Doll, France, brown sleeping eyes with long lashes, open mouth, upper teeth, red lips and rosy complexion, marked France SFBJ 301 Paris 11, blonde wig, fully articulated wood and composition body, (some repaint, hands loosely strung), blue dress, ht. 24 in. $300-500 243 Very Large Simon Halbig Bisque Head Doll, brown eyes with lashes set stationary, open mouth, inset upper teeth, marked Heinrich Handwerck Simon & Halbig 6 1/2, new curly brown wig, fully articulated composition body with scattered repairs and repaint, white pique dress with applique work, brown leather boots, ht. 33 in. $500-700

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243A Three Simon & Halbig Bisque Head Dolls, one with brown bisque marked S & H 1078, brown sleeping eyes, open mouth, black mohair wig, jointed composition body (paint and gesso lifting off limbs), ethnic dress, ht. 15; very large S & H 1079 15, brown sleeping eyes, jointed body (unstrung), ht. 33; large S & H 126 baby, blue eyes, open mouth (teeth broken, hairline crack from mouth to neck), bent-limb composition baby body, ht. 24 in. $400-600 244 Simon & Halbig Bisque Head Doll, blue sleeping eyes, open mouth, marked SH 1079 10 1/2 DEP, old light brown human hair wig, fully articulated composition body in original finish, cream-colored silk dress (melting) with rose-pink velvet hooded cape and fur-trimmed muff, brown stockings, black shoes, ht. 24 in. $300-500 245 Boxed Schoenhut Ski Jumper, patd. July 6, 1926, No. 8/27, off-white painted wood and board ski jump with mica snow, twodimensional painted skier on painted metal skis, two wooden flagpoles with American flags, spring action sends jumper off the end of the jump, colorful graphic on box cover, (cover has extensive damage), lg. 26 1/8 in. $150-250 246 Assorted Group of Toys, c. 1930s, a Schoenhut boxed naval war game, includes wooden battleship, two submarines, and three torpedoes; a boxed Madame Alexander/ Disney “Dopey” marionette; an early cinnamon mohair monkey with shoe button eyes, felt face, hands, and feet; and a lithographed steel doll bed with bedding and patchwork quilt, (boxes damaged, some lot wear), bed lg. 26 1/4 in. $150-250 247 Four-piece Cast Iron Train, Tin Friction Roadster, and Goat on Wheels Pull-toy, the roadster made by H.J.L., Germany, ht. 2 to 3 3/4 in. $150-250 247A Wooden Diorama of a Country Store, with a number of wooden shelves and cases, several carved wooden dolls, a variety of store goods including candy, toys, countertop canisters, and food tins and containers, and an assortment of furnishings including a stove, chairs, barrels, crates, and smaller cases, with sliding glass front, lg. 22 1/2, ht. 13, dp. 12 in. $200-250

248 Group of Plush Toys, Games, and Dolls, including Parker Brothers PING-PONG game in box, The Great Family Amusement Game, in box, four large lithograph alphabet blocks, china shoulder head doll with stuffed printed fabric body and wood limbs in a wooden box with glass lid, a cloth doll with painted features reportedly Audrey Hepburn as “Gigi,” Little Folks of Many Lands paper dolls, four plush mice and a felt pig, Maruei, Japan, plush donkey and cat, Line Mar Toys Walking Pluto mechanical toy in box, small Heubach bisque head girl doll and another German-made doll, and a blond mohair teddy bear. $200-250 249 Painted Cast Iron Mechanical “I Always Did ‘Spise A Mule Mechanical Bank,” manufactured by J. & E. Stevens Co., Cromwell, Connecticut, c. 1897, (one of horse’s rear legs is missing, paint wear), ht. 6 1/8 in. $300-500 250 “Hy-Que, The Amazing Monkey” Toy in Box, battery powered, Rosko tested, “see no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil,” vinyl head, metal feet and stand, ht. 17 in. $200-250 251 Two Painted Flat Lead Miniature Toy Play Sets, possibly made by Heinrichsen, Germany, distributed by Art Craft Products, Norwalk, Connecticut, early 20th century, a “Farm” set with folding wooden fence, and a “Hunt” set, both sets appear to have barely or never been played with, in original boxes. $300-500 252 Two Small Chess Boards and Group of Playing Pieces, two small folding game boards, three slide-lid boxes and a hinged box containing playing pieces. $100-150 253 Toy Wooden Wagon, Lithograph Puzzle Blocks, Molded Papier-mâché Jack O’ Lantern, a Wooden Stage Coach Model, and Three Bar Toter Sets, including two lithograph puzzle blocks sets, the stage coach is a model of the first built in Concord, New Hampshire in 1827 according to a note accompanying it; the bar toter sets “Hombre,” “Jeeves,” and “Firewater” in original boxes. $100-150

254 Six Toy Workshop Items, Small Bed Warmer, Steam Engine, and a Flat Iron, six cast iron and tin miniature woodworking shop machinery items, a miniature brass and turned wood bedwarmer, a “Big Giant” miniature steam engine, and a small cast iron sadiron with wood handle. $75-100 255 Moxie Lithographed Tin “Horsemobile” Pull-toy, patented February 27, 1917, by the Moxie Company, blue car with bright doublesided color, white horse, rider in advertising coat and hat, lg. 8 1/2, ht. 6 1/4 in. $1,000-1,500 256 Group of Sixteen Mostly Late 19th/Early 20th Century Games, with chromolithograph wood and cardboard covers, including Dominoes, Magnetic Jack Straws, Lotto, Tiddledy Winks, Animal Stamps, Uncle Wiggily, O’Grady’s Goat, Japhet Jenkins, and Sam Slick Trips, Touring, Game of Authors, etc. $200-300 256A “Little Fanny” Cast Iron Toy Stove, Philadelphia Stove Works, late 19th century, with stovepipe, frying pan, and two pots, stove ht. (without stovepipe) 6 1/4, wd. 9 1/2, lg. 11 1/2 in. $300-500 257 Marx Lithographed Tin Wind-up Tractor Toy and a Boxed 1946 Mickey Mouse Library of Games Card Game Set, the tractor labeled “Louis Marx & Co. New York U.S.A.” to underneath, with two plow and rake-type attachments, the card games in original case, Volumes 1-6 including Donald Duck, Pinocchio, Mickey Mouse, Bambi, The Three Little Pigs, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, all boxes labeled “Made in U.S.A., Russell Mfg. Company, Leicester, Mass.” to back, each game complete with forty-eight cards and sheet of rules. $150-250 258 Bag O’Blocks, Ark Toy Makers, Lowell, Massachusetts, mid-20th century, hardwood blocks, some with lithograph images, several painted, in a cotton drawstring bag with printed manufacturer’s name. $100-150 259 Marx “Main St” Tin Wind-up Toy, (scattered rust spots), ht. 2 7/8, wd. 3 1/2, lg. 24 in. $300-350

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260 Three-piece Tin Clockwork Tugboat and Barge Set, attributed to Gebruder Fleischmann, Germany, c. 1940s, comprising a tugboat and two barges, in original box with lithograph cover, ht. to 4, wd. to 2 3/8, lg. to 10 in. $300-500 261 Two Hubley Polychrome Painted Cast Iron Circus Elephants, 1930s, both in upright seated positions with trunks extended, with red and white polka dot shirts, blue trousers, and small yellow hats, the larger a still bank, ht. 3 3/4 and 1 5/8 in. $200-300 262 Group of Three Cast Iron and Tin Toys, comprising a Schuco Patent wind-up toy, a cast iron buggy with driver and two horses, and a painted tin rattle. $200-300 262A Lacquered Folding Checkers/Backgammon Game Board Box. $100-150 263 Two Painted Wooden Pull-toy Horses and a Wagon, the horses with airbrushed stencil and hand-painted details, mounted on wooden plinths, one with wooden wheels, (one lacking wheels and tail), and a mustardpainted wooden wagon, with red borders, and wooden wheels, ht. to 23 1/4, lg. to 26 in. $200-300 264 Two Iron Doll Strollers and Two Small Tricycles, one stroller with canvas seat and four iron wheels, the other with pull handle and two iron and rubber wheels, one tricycle with wooden handles and iron strap clad wooden wheels, the other with carved and painted horse head steering shaft and painted wooden seat, and iron strap clad wooden wheels, ht. to 22 1/2, lg. to 22 in. $200-300 265 Assorted Toy Group, early 20th century, boxed German printing press; boxed Fulton Great American Printer; early light bulb converted into a balloon with celluloid child suspended in a canoe-shaped gondola, in oval box; ten assorted glass magic lantern slides; wood Alee-oop game in original container; and two metal banks. $200-300

265A Vintage “Cyclo Skiff” by Nyon Rowing Tricycle, (rusted), lg. 35, handlebar ht. 18, seat ht. 9 1/2 in. $100-200 266 Assorted Group of Small Vintage Plush and Metal Toys and Sets, nine small plush animals including a Steiff bunny, two monkeys, and two bears, a wind-up mouse (lacking turnkey), six small painted metal animals, a Britains Regiment of Nations lead soldiers set #1323, The Royal Fusiliers, Royal Sussex Regiment, and Seaforth Highlanders, in original box, twenty-three pieces total, and a child’s boxed Model 3MX Microset 75 to 500 Power Microscope set with microscope, specimen jars, test tubes, blank slides, and other accoutrements. $200-250 267 Two Cast Iron Horse-drawn Vehicles, a Kenton “Overland Circus” wagon with driver, two horses, two horseback riders, and a polar bear figure, and a wagon with driver and two horses, ht. 5 1/4 to 7 1/2, lg. 14 to 14 3/4 in. $300-500 268 Five Tin and Pressed Metal Toys, a Japanese Modern Toys lithographed tin battery-operated train engine, a Modern Toys lithographed tin automobile, a J. Chein & Co. lithographed tin No. 5 Register Bank in partial original box, an additional Japanese pressed metal automobile, and an unmarked metal cash register with working buttons, ht. to 7 3/8, lg. to 12 1/2 in. $200-300 269 Six Model Cars and a Robot, a Cameron Precision Engineering Co. “RODZY Standard” hot rod tether car with red paint in original box; CMC GmbH & Co. 1955 MercedesBenz 300 SLR coupe, 1954 Mercedes-Benz Renntransporter in original box, a GMP Ferrari 330 P4 die cast car in red in box, a Mattel pressed metal race car, and a lithograph pressed tin wind-up roadster; and a KO Japanese key-wound “Action Planet Robot” in original box. $200-250 269A Red and Gold Painted ARROW SPEEDSTER Wagon, mid-20th century. $50-75 270 Three Tin Toys, mid-20th century, including a model tin zeppelin and two model painted tin propeller airplanes. $200-300

271 Four Painted Wood and Pressed Metal Toys, mid-20th century, including a painted wood and pressed metal BUDDY “L” TOWN AND COUNTRY CAR, a painted and pressed metal pick-up truck, a painted wood logging truck and a mahogany and brass clockwork MISS AMERICA model speed boat with wind-up mechanism, Mengel Playthings, Co., Louisville, Kentucky. $250-350 272 Lot of Assorted Small Collectible and Toy Cars, Vehicles, Painted Cast Iron Toys, Parts, Composition Buildings, and Other Toys, including six Japanese pressed metal “Fifties” cars, a Lionel/Eastwood Kenworth truck, Hot Wheels, etc. $250-350 273 Approximately 125 Matchbox Toys and Hot Wheels Toy Vehicles, including cars, trucks, military, construction, farm, vans, and buses, together with a Matchbox Showcase display case with spaces for forty-eight vehicles. $300-500 273A Approximately Fifty-two Assorted Mostly Die-cast Metal Toy Vehicles, including two Premier’s, two Schuco, four Brumm, two J.R.D., two Vilmer, Rami, Deoma, eight Budgie, five Solido, four Authenticast, eleven Tekno, Ertl, two Tonka, Marklin, Yonezawa, two Micro, etc., some boxed, with a large variety of other small metal vehicles. $250-350 274 Nine Matchbox Toys Vehicles, including Aveling and Porter Steam Roller, no. 11, Iron Fairy Crane, no. 42, Caterpillar Bulldozer, no. 18, Refuse Truck, no. 15, K-78 Super Kings Set, Matchbox Miniatures (Japan), in original boxes; three Rola-Matics (loose on cards) and five empty boxes. $150-175 275 Thirteen Matchbox Toys Models of Yesteryear Vehicles, including 1911 Maxwell Roadster, no. 14, 1911 Daimler, no. 13, 1909 Thomas Flyabout, no. 12, Alchin Traction Engine, no. 1, Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost (two), no. 15, Fowler Big Lion, no. 9, Horsedrawn Fire Engine, no. 4, 1911 Model-T Ford, no. 1, 1912 Packard Landaulet, no. 11, 1904 Spyker Tourer, no. 16, 1926 Morris Cowley, no. 8, 1909 Opel Coupe, no. 4, in original boxes. $250-350

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276 Six Matchbox Toys Die-cast Metal King Size Vehicles, including Caterpillar D9 Bulldozer, no. K-3, Concrete Truck (two), no. K-13, Pipe Truck, no. K-10, Jumbo Crane, no. K-14, Hydraulic Excavator, no. K-1, in original boxes. $300-500 276A Seven Matchbox Toys Die-cast Metal King Size Vehicles, including Scammell Heavy Wreck Truck, no. K-2, Leyland Tipper Truck, no. K-4, Foden Tipper Truck, no. K-1, Foden Dumper Truck, no. K-5, Aveling-Barford Road Roller, no. K-9, SD Refuse Truck, no. K-7, Combine Harvester, no. K-9, in original boxes. $200-300 277 Three Matchbox Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, including G-5 Military Vehicles Set, Diesel Road Roller, no. 1, Commer Pick-up, no. 50, in original boxes. $300-500 278 Approximately 280 Lledo, Matchbox and Solido Vehicles, including Models of Days Gone, Models of Yesteryear and Age D’or, in original packaging. $300-500 279 Five Solido Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, a Char Tigre 222, Panther G 236, Tank Russe PT 76 207, Berliet Aurochs 214, and Sherman M4-A3 231, all boxed. $250-350 280 Thirty Solido Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, France, including Jeep Zodiac 6041, VAB 6x6 251, GMC 6032, Half Track Hanomac 241, Unic/Camion Lance-Fusee 201, Dodge 6x6 (two) 242, AMX 13 223, Half Track M3 244, Panhard AML 90 240, Char M7 US 252, Renault 4x4 203, AMX 13 VTT 227, Chasseur de Char M41 219, Canon de Fortresse et Antiaerien 105mm 204, AMX 10 254, Commando Police 224, AMX 30 Pluton 238, Char PZ IV 237, Sherman M4 231, Kaiser Jeep 245, Char AMX 30 209, AMX VCI 227, Char Amphibie PT 76 (no missile) 218, AMX 13-90mm 230, Tank Patton 202, Renault R35 233, Jagd Panther 228, Simca Unic 4x4 avec Canon 235, Destroyer M10 232, and Char Russe SU 100 208, all boxed. $300-500 281 Twenty-one Painted Cast Metal and Iron Vehicles, including Migetry, Jane Francis, Erie, Hubley-type, etc., fire trucks, trucks, automobiles, Greyhound buses, and a racecar. $200-300

281A Seventeen Assorted Painted Metal and Rubber Vehicles, three pressed metal, six molded rubber, and eight painted and lithographed pressed metal and tin wind-up and friction vehicles, including Sun, Auburn, Marx, Schuco, and Occupied Japan. $175-225 282 Six Painted Cast Iron Toy Vehicles, including two Kilgore sedans, an A.C. Williams Twin Coach, convertible coupe, and blue double decker bus, with a red city bus. $150-200 283 Five Assorted Hubley Painted Cast Iron and Metal Vehicles, a fire ladder truck impressed “2334,” lg. 13 3/4 in.; two fire pumper trucks, one impressed “HUBLEY,” and one impressed “2234;” a cement mixing truck, no. 147, in original box; and a farm tractor. $200-300 283A Twenty-five Small Painted Cast Metal and Iron Vehicles and Airplanes, including Hubley fire ladder truck, sedan, truck, race car, and Texaco gas truck, fifteen assorted vehicles, and five airplanes. $150-200 284 Sixteen Manoil Painted Lead and Cast Metal Vehicles, including trucks, cars, pontoon, a plane, ambulance, etc. $150-200 285 Two Painted Cast Iron Cars, a green sedan car and a Hubley speedster, lg. 6 1/2 and 7 1/4 in., respectively. $150-200 285A Nine Painted Cast Iron Toy Cars, Trucks, and Race Cars, some with nickel-plated details, including Hubley, lg. 4 to 5 1/8 in. $250-350 286 Hubley Painted Cast Iron “Gasoline” Truck, blue with gold details, lg. 6 3/4 in. $250-350

287 Collection of Britains Ltd. Painted Metal Farm and Country Wagons, Equipment, and Figures with Approximately 107 Mostly Painted Cast Metal Animal Figures, approximately thirteen wagon and equipment pieces, fourteen Britains farm figures, animals, and accessories, others including Timpo, French, and American. $200-300 288 155 Eire Painted Cast Lead Figures and Assorted Metal Signs and Figural Accessories, including a boxed set of fourteen zoo animals, military, six U.S. Navy, three small sets of WWI and II figures, occupational, medieval-type, Authenticast signs, etc. $150-200 289 Approximately 100 Assorted Painted Hollow Cast Lead and Cast Iron Figures and Figural Groups, including military, military vehicles, cowboys and Indians, Santa Claus, jockeys and horses, nurses, policeman, a clown, accessories, some Barclay, etc. $250-350 289A Approximately Ninety Painted Lead and Cast Metal Figures and Figural Groups, including a set of British guards, a British guard marching band, Arab Cavalry, British hunters, a rider, Canadian Mountie, cowboys, occupational, military, a horse and jockey, figures on a bench, J.C. Hill mounted soldiers, ten U.S. Army infantry, two set of Japanese cowboys and Indians, Napoleonic soldiers, Britains Ltd., French. $175-225 290 Thirty Barclay Painted Hollow Cast Lead Figures and Figural Groups, c. 1940, including a bride and groom, skaters, sledders, fireman, Black Americana, a doctor, nurse, policeman, occupational, etc. $150-200 291 Sixteen Vintage Toys Pressed Metal Vehicles, including Ertl Dukes of Hazard General Lee Car, Autowize Delivery Truck, Montgomery Ward Truck and Trailer, a Buddy L Texaco Fire Engine (in original box) and Hot Rod Automobile, a Structo Thunderbolt Fleet Fire Rescue Truck and Towing Service Truck, a Tonka Dump Truck no. 13190 and T-9 Bulldozer, Overland Freight Service Truck, Japan, two Colonial Brand Meats Trucks, friction Police Car, battery operated Fire Patrol Boat, Japan, Model Toys Elevator, Braniff International Plane, United Airlines Plane, some in original packaging. $300-500

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292 Approximately Twenty-eight Tootsietoy Painted Die-cast Metal Vehicles, including four convertibles, a command car, jeep, Greyhound bus, a bus, eight trucks, a pickup truck, two race cars, eight cars, and a boxed Caterpillar bulldozer. $200-300 292A Four Tootsietoy Painted Die-cast Metal Toy Ships and Nine Airplanes, including military. $150-200 293 Ten Tootsietoy Painted Die-cast Metal Military Cannons and Vehicles. $200-300 294 Fifteen Tootsietoy Painted Die-cast Metal Toy Vehicles, including a Domaco tanker truck, Greyhound bus, ambulance, fire pumper truck and ladder truck, pickup truck, three trucks, a sedan, jeep, command car, city bus, a convertible coupe, and a Ford. $150-200 295 Thirty Corgi Mostly Die-cast Metal Toy Vehicles, including trucks, automobiles, Lionel City, and Corgi Classics. $150-200 296 Six Corgi Toys Vehicles and Gift Sets, including Man From UNCLE Oldsmobile Super 88, BCM Mini Cooper S, Mack Truck with Trans-Continental Trailer (boxed), no. 1100, Gift Set 10 with Tank Transporter and Centurion MK III Tank (boxed), no. GS10, Gift Set 27 with Bedford Machinery Carrier and Priestman Cub Shovel Box (boxed), Mister Softee Ice Cream Van (boxed), no. 428. $200-300 297 Corgi Toys Batmobile No. 267 and Corgi Batboat No. 107, Batmobile unboxed and Batboat in original box. $200-300 297A Nineteen Corgi Toys Vehicles, including Mack Truck with Esso Tanker, no. 1152, Car Transporter, no. 1159, Oldsmobile Toronado, no. 264, Chevrolet Corvair, no. 229, Ford Zephyr Estate Car, no. 424, Commer 5 Ton Dropside Lorry, no. 452, in original boxes. Unboxed include Big Bedford Army Tractor Unit, International 6x6 Army Truck (two), Carrimore Machinery Carrier, Snorkel Fire Engine, Land Rover 109, ERF Dump Truck, Rover 2000TC, Riley Pathfinder, Morris Cowley, Rover 90, Volkswagen Tow Van, Kermit the Frog Car. $300-500

298 Fourteen Corgi Toys Chipperfields Circus Vehicles, including Bedford Truck (two), Smiths Karrier Van, Land Rover 109 (two), Articulated Horse Box and Tractor Unit (with six unmarked horses), two Crane Trucks, one boxed, Animal Cage Transport Polar Bears (two) (with four unmarked polar bears), Scammell Truck with Trailer and three cages (unmarked lions, tigers, bears), two Flat Bed Trucks with Elephant Transport Cages, one boxed, (with two unmarked elephants), Land Rover Parade Vehicle (boxed). $300-500 299 Corgi Toy Green Hornet Black Beauty Car no. 268 in Original Box. $200-300 300 Meccano Dinky Toy Die-cast Metal Ford Milk Truck, France, no. 25o, in original box with ten milk churns. $200-300 301 Meccano Dinky Toy Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles (I) Gift Set, England, no. 699, includes Austin Champ, 1-ton Cargo Truck, Armoured Personnel Carrier, 3-ton Army Wagon, in original box. $250-350 302 Two Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Farm & Transport Vehicles, France, Saviem Goelette Horse Transporter, Race Horse, Cart and Driver, no.571 and Berliet Livestock Truck, no. 577 with six Britains cows, in original boxes. $300-500 303 Three Meccano Dinky Supertoys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, including Unic Tractor with B.P. Tanker, France, no. 887, Foden Flat Truck, England, no. 905, Foden 4 Ton Tanker, England, no. 504, in original boxes (box wear). $400-600 304 Three Meccano Dinky Supertoys Die-cast Metal Transports, including Car Carrier, England, no. 984, Trailer for Car Carrier, England, no. 985, Unic Boilot Car Transporter, France, no. 894, in original boxes. $250-350

305 Three Meccano Dinky Supertoys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, including Brockway Bridge Layer, France, no. 884, Missile Erecting Vehicle with Corporal Missile and Launching Platform, England, no. 666, Missile Servicing Platform Vehicle, England, no. 667, in original boxes. $300-500 305A Nine Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England and France, including Rambler Cross Country, no. 193, Chrysler New Yorker, no. 24A, Cadillac, no. 147, Model T Ford, no. 475, Desoto Diplomat, no. 545, Jeep, no. 25Y, Volkswagen, no. 181, Plymouth Estate Car, no. 344, Lincoln Premier (tires missing), no. 532. $175-225 306 Three Meccano Dinky Supertoys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England, including Mighty Antar with Transformer, no. 908, Commercial Servicing Platform Vehicle, no. 977, Fire Service Gift Set, no. 957, contains Fire Engine with extended ladder, Turntable Fire Escape, Fire Chief’s car, in original boxes. $200-300 307 Four Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, including Austin Van “Raleigh Cycles,” England, no. 472, Simca Cargo Van, France, no. 33A, Chausson Autocar, France, no. 29F, Supertoy Shell B.P. Oil Tanker, England, no. 944, in original boxes (box wear). $300-500 308 Five Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including 6 Pounder Anti-Tank Gun, no. 625, Honest John Missile Launcher, no. 665, Volkswagen KDF with 50mm P.A.K. Anti Tank Gun, no. 617, Dodge Command Car, no. 810, AMX with 155mm Gun, no. 813, in original packaging. $200-300 309 Six Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including Bren Carrier with Anti Tank Gun, no. 619, Tank Destroyer, no. 694, Supertoy 10Ton Army Truck no. 622, Supertoy Pressure Refueler, no. 642, Supertoy Medium Artillery Tractor, no. 689, Berliet 6x6 All Terrain Truck, no. 80D, in original packaging. $250-350

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310 Seven Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including Leopard Anti-Aircraft Tank, no.696, Leopard Recovery Tank, no. 699, Supertoy Tank Transporter, no. 660, Supertoy Pressure Refueler no. 642, Panhard EBR75 FL10, no. 827, Berliet 6x6 All Terrain Truck, no. 818, and Volkswagen KDF and 50mm P.A.K. Anti-Tank Gun, no. 617, in original packaging. $225-350 310A Nine Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England and France, including Plymouth Estate Car, no. 344, Desoto Fireflite, no 192, Plymouth Plaza Cab, no. 265, Packard, no. 132, Studebaker, no. 172, Ford Vedette, no. 24X, Hudson Sedan, no. 171, Cadillac Eldorado, no. 131, Dodge Royal Sedan, no. 191. $175-225 311 Six Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including Shado 2 Mobile, no. 353, Jeep Hotchkiss Willys, no. 816, Renault 4x4 Sinpar Gendarmarie, no. 815, Jeep 106SR Gun Carrier (two), no. 829, Jeep SS10 Missile Launcher, no. 828, in original packaging. $300-400 312 Seven Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Emergency Vehicles, England, including Merryweather Marquis Fire Tender, no. 285, Superior Criterion Ambulance, no. 277, Motorway Police Car, no. 269, Fire Engine, no. 259, U.S.A Police Car, no. 251, R.C.M.P. Patrol Car, no. 264, Police Vehicles Gift set, no. 294, in original packaging. $200-300 313 Six Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including Euclid Rear Dump Truck, no. 965, Farm Produce Wagon, no. 343, Breakdown Lorrie, no. 430, Supertoy 20 Ton Lorry Mounted Crane “Coles,” no. 972, Supertoy Recovery Tractor, no. 661, Berliet Stradair Sidetipper, no. 569, in original packaging. $300-400 314 Six Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France including Big Bedford Lorry, no. 408 and Supertoys, Leyland Comet Lorry, no. 531, Leyland Octopus Wagon, no. 934, Foden Flat Truck, no. 903, Willeme Tractor and Trailer, no. 896, Pullmore Car Transporter, no. 982, in original packaging. $250-350

315 Six Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including Horse Box, no. 981, A.E.C. Tanker, no. 991, Supertoy BBC Roving Eye Vehicle, no. 968, Panhard Titan-Coder Esso Tanker, no. 32C, Telephone Service Van, no. 261, Citroen 1200KG Van, no. 25C, in original packaging. $300-400 315A Forty-five Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, Trucks, Vans and Other Vehicles, England and France. $500-700 316 Eight Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England and France, including Sunbeam Alpine Sports, no. 101, Opel Kapitan, no. 177, M.G. Midget Sports, no. 102, Chevrolet Corvair, no. 552, Chevrolet El Camino, no. 449, Packard Clipper Sedan, no. 180, Sunbeam Alpine Sports, no. 107, Studebaker Land Cruiser, no. 172, in original boxes. $300-500 317 Seven Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Figures and Accessories, England, including Petrol Pumps, no. 49, Train and Hotel Staff, no. 5, Engineering Staff, no. 4, Station Staff, no. 1, Shepherd Set, no. 6, International Road signs, no. 771, Loading Ramp, no. 994, Poste de Ravitaillement, no. 49D, in original boxes. $200-300 318 Ten Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including Jeep Hotchkiss Willys, no. 80B, Scout Car, no. 673, Centurion Tank, no. 651, Mercedes Benz Unimoc, no. 821, 3-Ton Army Wagon, no. 621, Army Covered wagon, no. 623, Military Ambulance, no. 626, Armoured Command Vehicle, no. 677, Austin Champ, no. 674, Panhard Armoured Car, no. 814, in original packaging. $300-500 319 Twelve Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Aircraft, Ship and Emergency Vehicles, England, including Boeing 737, no. 717, SRN6 Hovercraft, no. 290, two Bristol 173 Helicopters, no. 715, Queen Mary Liner, no. 52A, Range Rover Ambulance, no. 268, Paramedic Truck, no. 267, Ford Transit Fire Appliance, no. 271, Ford Transit Ambulance, no. 276, Superior Criterion Ambulance, no. 263, Westland S51 Sikorsky Helicopter, no. 716, and Vautour S.N.C.A.S.O. Fighter Jet, no. 60B, some in original packaging. $250-350

320 Eleven Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England, including Centurion Tank, no. 651, Armoured Command Vehicle (two), no. 677, Striker Anti Tank Vehicle, no. 691, Army Covered Wagon, no. 623, Leopard Tank, no. 692, 155mm Mobile Gun, no. 654, Static 88mm Gun with Crew, no. 662, 88mm Gun, no. 656, Ferret Armoured Car, no. 680, Foden Army Truck, no. 668, in original packaging. $300-400 320A Seventeen Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Cars and Trucks, England and France, Ford Fairlane, no. 148, Alfa Romeo 1900 Super Sprint no. 24J, Fiat 1200 Grande Vue, no. 531, Peugeot 404, no. 553, Mercedes Benz Coupe 300 SE, no. 533, Mercedes Benz 220 SE, no. 186, Triumph 1800 Saloon, no. 151, Triumph TR2 Sports, no. 105, Ford Capri, no. 143, Austin Taxi, no. 254, Volkswagen, no. 181, and Simca 9 Aronde, no. 24U, Royal Mail Van, no. 260, Trojan 15 CWT. Dunlop Van, no. 451, Supertoys Guy Ever Ready Van, no. 918, Foden Flat Truck, no. 502, and Camion Laitier 55 Citroen, no. 586, in original boxes. $200-300 321 Twenty-seven Meccano Dinky Toys Diecast Metal Vehicles, England, including Airport Fire and Rescue Tender, no. 263, Johnson 2 Ton Dumper, no. 430, ClimaxConveyancer Fork Lift Truck, no. 404, Bedford Van (two), no. 410, Duple Vicercy 37 Luxury Coach, no. 296, Air Sea Rescue Launch, no. 678, Swiss PTT Bus, no. 293, Atlanean City Bus, no. 291, Land Rover Bomb Disposal Unit, no. 604, Submarine Chaser, no. 673, Weeks Tipping Farm Trailer, no. 319, London Scene Taxi and Bus, no. 300, Plymouth Yellow Cab, no. 278, Armoured Patrol Car, no. 667, Fire Chiefs Car, no. 195, Land Rover, no. 344, Range Rover Ambulance, no. 268, Routemaster Bus, no. 289, Rover 3500 Police, no. 264, Commando Jeep, no. 612, Range Rover, no. 192, London Taxi (two), no. 284, Plymouth Police Car, no. 244, Motorway Services Transit Van, no. 417, Bell Police Helicopter, no. 732, in original packaging. $300-500 322 Ten Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including Vega Major Luxury Touring Coach, no. 952, Brinks Truck, no. 275, Single Decker Bus, no. 283, Corvette Stingray, no. 221, Ford Escort, no. 168, 204 Peugeot, no. 510, Fiat 600 Saloon, no. 183, Renault Estafette Mirror Truck, no. 564, Mersey Tunnel Van, no. 255, Austin Van Shell, no. 470, in original packaging. $200-300

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323 Ten Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Farm and Construction Vehicles, England and France, including Richier Diesel Roller, no. 830, Massey Harris Tractor, no. 300, Large Trailer, no. 428, Manure Spreader, no. 321, Muir-Hill 2/wl Loader, no. 437, Motocart, no. 342, 3 Triple Gang Mower, no. 27J, Harvest Trailer, no. 320, Lawn Mower, no. 386, Elevator Loader, no. 564, in original packaging. $300-400 323A Twenty-two Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Farm and Construction Vehicles, England, including Massey Harris Manure Spreader (two), no. 27C, Trailer (two), no. 25C, Weeks Tipping Trailer (three), no. 319, Small Trailer, Halesowen Farm Trailer, no. 320, Motocart, no. 27G, Coventry Climax Fork Lift Truck, no. 401, Field Marshall Tractor (two), no. 301, Wheelbarrel (two), no. 105B, Supertoy Muir Hill Dumper, no. 562, Supertoy Coles Mobile Crane, no. 971, Aveling-Barford Roller (two), no. 25P, Hand Roller, no. 105A, Massey Harris Tractor, no. 27A, Triple Gang Mower, no. 27J and four unmarked farm related items. $250-350 324 Nine Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Transport Vehicles, England, including Bedford TK Crash Truck, no. 434, Supertoy Slumberland Guy Van, no. 514, Supertoy Dumper Truck, no. 562, Supertoy Leyland Comet Lorry, no. 531, Big Bedford Lorry, no. 522, Coles Hydra Truck, no. 980, AB Centaur Dump truck, no. 924, Refuse Wagon, no. 978, Foden Tipping Lorry, no. 432, in original packaging. $300-500 325 Three Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Supertoy Fogen Trucks, England, including violet and orange, no. 503, orange and green, no. 902, red and tan, no. 901. $200-300 325A Thirteen Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including Berliet Gazelle Missile Launcher, no. 620, Supertoy Thornycroft Mighty Antar Tank Transporter, no. 660, Supertoy Centurion Tank, no. 651, Brockway Bridge Layer, no. 884, Missile Erector, no. 666, Ford Sedan, no. 170, Armour Personnel Carrier, no. 676, Camion GMC Militaire Bache, no. 809, Jeep, no. 80B, 155mm Gun, no. 80E, and three military trailers. $300-500

326 Five Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including Police Citroen, no. 566, Supertoy Bedford Pallet Jekta Van, no. 930, Bedford “Dinky” Van, no. 482, Ford Transit Van Ambulance, no. 276, and Bedford Refuse Truck, no. 252. $225-350 327 Four Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England, including Supertoy Mobilgas Foden Truck, no. 941, Covered Wagon Truck, green and cream, no. 25B, Trojan Brooke Bond Tea Van, no. 455, and Bedford Refuse Truck, no. 252. $200-300 328 Four Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Supertoy Foden Trucks, England, including violet and orange, no. 903, blue and red, no. 902, red, no. 905, violet and blue, no. 901. $250-350 329 Five Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles England, including Supertoy A.B.C. TV Mobile Room Control, with accessories, no. 987, Supertoy A.B.C. Transmitter Van, no. 988, Trojan Brooke Bond Tea Van, no. 455, Trojan Beefy Oxo Van, no. 453, Bedford “Dinky” Toys Van, no. 482. $250-350 330 Five Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England, including Supertoy British Railways Horse Box Van, no. 581, Supertoy Horse Box (two), with four unmarked horses, no. 980, Supertoy Guy Truck, no. 512, Bedford Tipper Truck, no. 410. $200-300 330A Sixteen Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including Supertoy Recovery Tractor, no. 661, Daimler Ambulance, no. 30H, Army Wagon, no. 623, Scout Car, no. 673, Jeep, no. 25Y, Covered Wagon, no. 151B, Austin Champ, no. 674, Ambulance, no. 626, Char AMX Tank (broken tread), no. 80C, 5.5 Medium Gun (two), no. 692, Army 6 Wheel, no. 152B, Bedford, no. 25WM, 10 Ton Truck (two), no. 622, Light Dragon Tractor, Trailer, Gun Set, no. 162A-B-C. $250-350

331 Five Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England, including Bedford Truck, red, no. 410, Bedford Truck, yellow, no.410, Open Wagon, blue, no. 25A, Nestle Ford Milk Truck, with churns, no. 25O, Dodge Truck, blue and gray, no. 30M. $250-350 332 Five Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including Supertoy Foden Truck, orange and green, no. 902, AEC Lorry and Trailer, no. 914, Pullmore Car Transporter, no 582, Pullmore Loading Ramp, no. 994, Simca Saint Gobain Cargo, no. 33. $200-300 333 Seven Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including Dunlop 2 Deck Bus, no. 29C, Observation Coach, 29F, Supertoy Autobus Berliet, no. 889, Duple Roadmaster Leyland Royal Tiger, no. 282, Autobus Somua Panhard, no. 29D, Autocar Isobloc, 29E, Supertoy Vega Major Luxury Coach, no. 952. $200-300 334 Twelve Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Aircraft, England, including Comet, no.999, Ensign Class Air Liner, no. 62P, Seaplane, no. 63B, Sea Vixen, no. 738, Lightning, no. 737, Submarine Swift, no. 734, Hawker Hunter, no. 736, Gloster Javelin, no. 735, Viscount, no. 708, Frobisher Class Liner, no. 62W, Empire Flying Boat, no. 60R, Viking , no. 70C. $300-500 335 Ten Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Trucks, England and France, including Leyland Comet no. 418, no. 419 and no. 417, Guy Truck, no. 513, Simca Cargo, no. 33, Hindle Smart Helecs, no. 421, Dodge Market, no. 343, Berliet 34, no. 34B, Austin, no. 30J, Flat Truck with trailer, no. 25C. $250-350 335A Sixteen Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including Supertoy Recovery Tractor, no. 661, 10 Ton truck, no. 622, Austin Champ, no. 674, Jeep (two), no. 25Y, Light Dragon Tractor, Trailer and Gun Set, no. 162A-B-C, Field Artillery Tractor Set, no. 697, AA Gun, no. 161B, Army Wagon (two), no. 623, Ambulance Militaire, no. 80F, Army 6 Wheel, no. 152B, Char AMX Tank, no. 80C, Ambulance, no. 626, Jeep, no. 153A, 3 Ton Wagon, no. 621. $250-350

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336 Ten Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Trucks, England and France, including Guy Trucks, green, no. 512, brown, no. 512 and no. 513, Dodge Market no. 343, Leyland Comet Portland Cement, no. 419, AEC Lorry and Trailer, no. 914, Dodge Flat Truck, no. 414, Berliet 34, no. 34B, Flat Truck, orange, no. 25C and green, no. 25C. $200-300 337 Eleven Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including Telephone Service Van, no. 261, Peugeot Postes Van, no. 25B, Covered Truck, no. 25B, Morris Capstan Van, no. 465, Trojan Cydrax Van, no. 454, Bedford Kodak Van, no. 480, Commer Truck, no. 430, Petrol, no. 25D, NCB Electric Van, no. 30V, Atlas Copco, no. 436, Royal Mail Truck, no. 34B. $300-500 337A Group of Meccano Dinky Toys Metal Motorcycles, a Cruise Ship, and Accessories, including a motorcycle with sidecar, a pair of scooters, a police motorcycle with sidecar, a police motorcycle with sidecar and passenger, a pair of army motorcyclists, a police motorcyclist, a motorcyclist, a pair of auto lifts, a Queen of Bermuda cruise ship, a tin telephone booth, etc. $100-150 338 Eleven Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including Peugeot Lampe Mazda Van, no. 25B, Trojan Dunlop Van, no. 451, Trojan Chivers Jellies Van, no. 31C, Trojan Esso Van (two), no. 31A, Daimler, no. 253, Bedford Ovaltine Van, no. 481, Tow Truck, no. 30E, Castrol Truck, no. 441, Nestles Van, no. 471, Standard Atlas, no. 295. $300-500 339 Twelve Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including Supertoy Pressure Refueller, no. 642, Citerne Titan Esso, no. 32C, Supertoy Monarch Thompson Shell Tank, no. 991, Supertoy Fire Engine, no. 955, Brinks Car, no. 275, Supertoy Euclid Rear Dump Truck, no. 965, Balayeuse Street Sweeper, no. 596, Caravan (two), no. 190, Bedford Truck, no. 410, Unic Truck, no. 893, Commer Dinky Service Truck, no. 430. $300-400

340 Twenty Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Vehicles, England and France, including NCB Van, no. 30V, Supertoy Willeme Truck (two), no. 36A, Citroen Dinky Service, no. 35A, Bedford Tipper, no. 25M, Flat Truck (two), no. 25C, Flat Open Wagon Truck, no. 25A, Duple Roadmaster Bus Leyland Royal Tiger (two), no. 282, Fordson Truck, no. 422, Berliet Gak, Vauxhall Victor Ambulance, no. 278, Big Bedford, no. 522, Fire Brigade Engine, Albion Chieftain, no.960, Large Wagon, no. 426, Bev Truck, no. 14A, Grue Salev, no. 50, Small Wagon, no. 341. $250-350 340A Sixteen Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including, Supertoy Recovery Tractor, no. 661, Armoured Command Vehicle, no. 677, DUKW Landing Craft, no. 825, Trailer, no. 151C, 7.2 Howitzer, no. 693, Daimler Ambulance, no. 30H, Bedford, no. 25WM, 10 Ton Truck, no. 622, AA Gun, no. 161B, Medium Tank, no. 151A, Jeep, no. 25Y, Covered Wagon, no. 151B, Ambulance, no. 626, Field Artillery Tractor, no. 688, Mercedes Benz Unimoc, no. 821, Light Tank, no. 152A. $250-350 341 Seven Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England, including Armstrong Siddeley (two), no. 38E, Lagonda, no. 38C, Frazer-Nash (two), no. 38A, Sunbeam-Talbot, no. 38B, Jaguar, no. 38F. $300-500 342 Six Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England, including Jaguar, no. 157, Vanguard, no. 153, Triumph, no. 151, Hillman Mink, no. 154, Morris Oxford, no. 159, Rover, no. 156. $250-350 343 Five Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England and France, including Austin Taxi, no. 254, Simca 8 Sport, no. 24S, Renault, no. 24E, Citroen 11BL, no. 24N, Renault Esta Feete, no. 565. $200-300 344 Nine Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England, including Studebaker, no. 39F, Lincoln Zephyr, no. 39C, Chrysler, no. 39E, Oldsmobile, no. 39B, Plymouth Estate Car, no. 344, Packard, no. 39A, Buick, no. 39D, Ford Sedan, no. 139A, Ford Zephyr, no. 162. $300-400

345 Eight Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England, including Plymouth Plaza, no. 178, Plymouth Estate Car, no. 344, Buick, no. 39D, Oldsmobile, no. 39B, Lincoln Zephyr (two), no. 39C, Chrysler, no. 39E, Hudson Sedan, no. 171. $300-400 345A Thirteen Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, including DUKW Landing Craft, no. 825, Austin Covered Wagon (no tires), no. 30S, Jeep, no. 25Y, Austin Covered Wagon, no. 30S, Daimler Ambulance, no. 30H, 7.2 Howitzer, no. 693, Ambulance, no. 626, 3 Ton Truck, no. 621, Supertoy Recovery Tractor, no. 661, Jeep, no. 153A, Light Dragon Tractor, Trailer, and Gun Set, no. 162A-B-C, AA Gun, no. 161B, Covered Wagon, no. 151B. $250-350 346 Twelve Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England, including Ferrari (two), no. 234, MG Midget, no. 108, Austin Healey, no. 109, Maserati, no. 231, Alfa Romeo, no. 232, Bristol 450, no. 163, Cunningham C-5R, no. 133, Mercedes Benz, no. 237, Talbot Lago, no. 23K, Connaught, no. 236, Bristol, no. 450. $250-350 347 Twelve Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England and France, including Austin Taxi, no. 254, Austin Healey, no. 103, Austin Atlantic, no. 106, Morris Oxford, no. 159, Rover 75, no. 156, Austin A105, no. 176, A.C. Aceca, no. 167, Rolls Royce Silver Wraith, no. 150, Citroen DS 19 (two), no. 24C, BMW 2000 Tilux, no. 157, Ferrari 275, no. 506. $250-350 348 Twenty Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England and France, including Laconda, no. 38C, Jaguar 3-4 Litre, no. 195, Austin A105, no. 176, Jaguar, no. 38F, Vauxhall Cresta, no. 164, Hillman Mink, no. 154, Dublo Austin Taxi, no. 067, Alvis, no. 38D, Triumph Herald, no. 189, Triumph Vitesse, no. 134, Peugeot 404, no. 525, Austin Devon (three), no. 152, Ford Anglia, no. 155, Renault Dauphine, no. 24E, Peugeot 203, no. 24R, Austin Somerset, no. 40J, Hillman Mink, no. 154, Austin A30, no. 160. $300-400

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349 Nine Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England, including Mersey Tunnel Police (two), no. 255, Morris Oxford 1913, Caravan, no. 190, Austin Seven Countryman, no.199, Land Rover (two), no. 340, Rolls Royce Phantom V, no. 152, Ed Strakers Car, no. 352. $175-225 350 Eight Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Automobiles, England and France, including Plymouth Plaza Taxi, no. 265, Ford Zephyr, no. 162, Studebaker, no. 169, Plymouth Belvedere, no. 24D, Packard, no. 132, Hudson Hornet, no. 174, Studebaker Commander, no. 24Y, Desoto Fireflite, no. 192. $200-300 350A Thirteen Meccano Dinky Toys Die-cast Metal Military Vehicles, England and France, Army 1-ton cargo Truck no. 641, Army Water Tanker, no. 643, Armoured Car, no. 670, Scout Car, no. 673, Austin Champ, no. 674, Armoured Personnel Carrier, no. 676, Supertoys Medium Artillery Tractor, no. 689, 5.5 Medium Gun, no. 692, 7.2 Howitzer, no. 693, 25-pounder Field Gun Set, no. 697, E.B.R. Panhard, no. 80A, Char A.M.X. 13 Tonnes, no. 817, and Ambulance Militaire Renault-Carrier, no. 820, in original boxes. $300-500 351 Nineteen Fast Wing Die-cast Metal Aircraft, Four Matchbox Skybusters, and Eleven Edison Airline H.F. Italy, including Fairey Battle (two), Submarine Spitfire MK II (two), Hurricane IV, Mitsubishi Zero-Zeke (two), P-51B Mustang (two), Chance Vought F44-1D Corsair (three), Lockheed Lightning P-385, Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat, Messerschmitt ME410, Junkers JU 87-B, IL-2M3 Sturmovik, ME BF 110-D, the Matchbox include SP 7 Junkers 87B (two), SB 8 Spitfire, SB 14 Cessna 210, and SB 16 Corsair F40-4, Edison Airline H.F. include 1916 Ansaldo Sopwith Baby no. 1103, 1927 Submarine S5 no. 1201, 1917 Ansaldo A1 Balilla no. 1101, 1933 Gee Bee Super Sportster no. 1203, 1917 Aviatik Berg no. 1102, 1917 Spad SXIII no. 1003, 1917 RAF SE 5A no. 1001, 1916 Macchi Nieuport D1 no. 1004, 1916 Hansa Brandenburg D1 no. 1104, 1917 Fokker DR1 no. 1102, and 1931 Macchi Castoldi MC 72 no. 1202, (opened packages). $200-300 352 Thirty-four Manoil Painted Hollow Cast Lead Figures, including occupational, frontier, a bench with seated figures, a scarecrow, Black Americana, etc. $200-300

353 Group of Lionel and Plasticville Model Train Accessories including Plasticville Church Kit, Police Dept, Fire House (2), Ranch House, Motel and Suburban Station. Lionel includes Barrel six pack (5), Rotating Beacon 494, Remote Control Track Set 6019, Rotating Beacon 394, Semaphore 151, Yard Set 309, Station Platform 156, Water Tank, Traffic Light 153, Crossing Stop 140, Bridge 270, Multivolt Transformer B, Trainmaster Type 1034 Transformer, along with two Castle Art Gaiety OO Gauge G.W.R. Model Locomotives, eight miscellaneous cars, track sections, and seven accessories. $200-300 353A Four Small Lionel and Tyco Model Train Sets and Three Lionel O Gauge Model Train Engines, an Allegheny 1284 set, a Union Pacific Burrow Crane set 31706, a Diesel Freight set 11440, a seven-piece Tyco HO Gauge set, and a Lionel Missouri Pacific GP20 Diesel Locomotive 8562, Locomotive 2020 and Coal Tender, and a Missouri, Kansas & Texas GP-7 Diesel Engine 18558, all in original boxes. $200-300 354 Twenty-seven Lionel O Gauge Pressed Metal Cars, including 600, 601, 602, 608, 607 (2), 807 (2), 1679, 2657, 804 (2), 657, 831 (2), 655, 2680, 2655, 2652, 620, 902, 6440 (2), 6442 (2), 6441, and 6443. $200-300 355 Thirteen Lionel Standard Gauge Engines and Cars, including engines 384-E and Tender 384-T, 10E, cars 511 (2), 512, 513, 514, 515, 517 and three similar silver-painted pressed metal cars. $300-500 356 Two Sets of Lionel Model Trains and Lionel Hellgate Bridge, World War II Troop Train Set 21951 sealed in original box, United States Coast Guard Train Set 11905, #305 Hellgate Bridge 32999, in original boxes. $300-500 356A Forty-one Lionel O Gauge Engines and Cars, including engines 1615, 1654, 2055, 736, 726, 1655, 681, 675, 2026, cars 1654T, 6654W, 2046W (2), 6466T, 6466WX, 6424, 6511 (2), 6462 (2), 6032, 6465, 6456 (2), 6400, 6457, 6464, 6012, 6814, 6434, 6014, 6818, 6017, 3651, 3461, 3356, 2435, 2436, 536417, and two unnumbered. $300-500

357 Set of Eight Lionel O Gauge Model Trains, 52 Fire Car 18470, Rotary Snowplow Great Northern 18446, no. 59 Minuteman 18456, Denver & Rio Grande Snow Plow 18458, Madison Car Penn 4 Pack 29061, Post War Operating Milk Car 19554, 6464 Boxcar Series VI 19292, 4 Pack Penn Rolling Stock 21751, in original boxes. $300-500 358 Set of Twenty-two Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, B & A Hudson and Tender with Railsounds II TM 18042, cars include Johnny Lightning Display 16757, Chesapeake & Ohio F9 Well 16946, Santa Fe Unibody Tank 17900, Depressed Center Flat Car with Ertl Tractor 16957, Amtrak Passenger 16023, Pullman Baby Madison Observation 19073, Dept. 56 Heritage Village 16270, Western Maryland 3 Bay Hopper 17129, U.P. Standard Double Door 17227, Aquarium Car 16750, Pullman Baby Madison Passenger 19071, N.Y.C. Caboose 36566, N.Y. Central Flat Car with Ertl Scraper 16954, PRR Standard with Corgi Mack Trucks 17518, U.S. Navy Flat Car with Ertl Helicopter 16968, Weyerhaeuser Moe & Joe Lumber 36727, Campbell’s Soup Vat 29429, U.S. Army Fire Ladder 16726, and Flat Car with Beechcraft Bonanza 16969, accessories include no. 497 Coaling Station 14107 and Animated Freight Station 12818, in original boxes. $200-300 358A Set of Twenty-two Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, Allied Model Trains Dept 56 4-6-4 Steam Locomotive 52175, cars include Adolphus Observation 19038, NY. Central Ice Breaker Tunnel 16464, Hooker Chemicals Tank 17909, Flat Car with Ertl New Holland Loader 16958, Railway Express Agency 26065, PA. Dining 19002, Trolley Car 18431, Amtrak Passenger 16023, Midget Mines Ore Dump 16749, Great Northern Log Dump 26797, Alaska Mint 19682, TC SD Shell 19627, NY. Central Gondola 36062, Evans Auto Loader 19489, U.P. New Baltimore Diner 16071, Dept 56 Hopper 52199, Racing Flat Car with Stock Cars 19423, US Army Target Launcher 19824, Flat Car with 1936 Ford Milk Truck 17529, accessories include Animated Ice Depot 12847, Railroad Control Tower 24153, in original boxes. $200-300

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359 Set of Twenty-three Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, New York Central S-1 Electric Locomotive 18351, cars include Flat Car with Fed Ex Trailer 19440, U.S. Army Operating BC 26776, Ethyl 8000 Gallon Tank 19625, U.P. BE Specific 39208, Operating Barrel Ramp 19877, Central of Georgia 17224, Hoods Milk 17350, NY. Central with Piggyback Trailers 26044, Missouri Pacific Passenger 16077, Log Dump 26760, Operating Missile 16710, Fire Fighting Instruction 39210, Westside Lumber Log Dump 36764, U.S. Marines Missile Launching 16718, Amtrak Baggage 16033, Sunoco Unibody Tank 17910, Pullman Baby Madison Passenger 17072, and Nestle Nesquik Single Dome 26138, accessories include Classic Street Lamps 29247 (two), New Haven Rail Bonder 18482, and Floodlight Tower 12886, in original boxes. $200-300 360 Set of Twenty-three Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, Union Pacific Mikado Jr. Locomotive and Tender 28684, cars including Campbell Kids 100th 39250, Tropicana Standard 17310, Missouri Pacific 16076, Fort Knox Mint 19688, Missouri Pacific Observation 16079, Flat Car with Piggyback Trailers 39423, Flat Car with Transformer 26047, Texas & Pacific Poultry Dispatch 36738, REA Operating Box 26792, Great Northern Flat Car with Pick-ups 17581, Santa Fe Reefer 19564, PA. Operating Box Car 29823, Transportation Corp. Work Caboose 36562, Log Dump 36739, UPS Flat Car 26300, Dept. 88 Holiday Gondola 52254, Barrel Ramp 19450, Flat Car with Auto Loader 19427, no. 69 Track Maintenance Car 28404, accessories include pedestrian Walkover 14083, Carnival People 24124, and Passenger People Station 24123, all in original boxes. $200-300 360A Set of Twenty-three Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, Missouri Pacific GP-7 Diesel Engine 18514, cars include U.P. Unibody Tank 17931, Flat Car with Boat Loader 19428, Crane Car 29821, Missouri Pacific Baggage 16075, Misc. Car with Pipes 39435, Flat Car with Propellers 36016, DM. & IR. Ore 17803, Flat Car with Automobiles 16933, Hopper 3B ACF Wonder Bread 17157, Boston & Maine PS-2 Hopper 17039, Reefer Swift 19555, Liquefied Gas Tank Car 19449, U.S. Army Ext. Searchlight 26775, Hoods Flat Car 39425, Missouri Pacific Passenger Car 16078, U.P. St. Clair Shores 16072, Eastwood Chemical Tanker 52083, N.Y. Tender 29822, and Executive Inspection Car 18447, accessories include Campbell’s Soup Water Tower, Cola Animated Car and Platform 16777, and Classic Street Lamps 12874, in original boxes. $200-300

361 Set of Twenty-two Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, Union Pacific FA-2 Alco AA Diesel Engine 18119 (box wear), cars include DM. & IR. ore 17803, Western Pacific Flat Car with Ertl Caterpillar 17517, U.P. Westfield Passenger 16073, Santa Fe Flat Car with Pick-ups 26311, Stock Car 26139, Tropicana Standard 17309, Broken Arrow Ranch 19540, 55 Tie-Jector 18427, Missouri Pacific Operating 36786, Searchlight Caboose 29712, WLNL Channel 7 16751, Campbell’s Soup Tank 26158, Flat Car with Airplane 29461, Penn Central Standard 17225, Flat Car with Pipes 26945, Amtrak Tool 19655, no. 50 Gang Car 18465, Cop & Hobo Car 16624, accessories include Log Loader 12915, and Lionelville Street Lamps 24156 (two), with original boxes. $200-300 361A 1960s Lionel 027 Gauge “Southern Express” Electric Train Set in Original Box, with locomotive and six cars, track, “Pullmor” motor, and crossover, with instructions. $150-200 362 Set of Twenty-one Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, Union Pacific GP-9 Diesel Engine 18817, cars include Log Dump 26722, Helium Tank Unloading 19878, Eastwood Automobilia 16985, Snow Village 52096, U.S. Forest Service Log Dump 16748, PA. Work Caboose 19709, Radio Flyer 16275, Amtrak Passenger 16023, Boston City Trolley 18452, PA. Flat Car with Ertl Road Grader 16934, Bordens TC 19479, N.Y. Tender 29822, Flat Car with Royal Navy Submarine 16677, U.S. Navy Flat Car with Ertl Helicopter 16952, DM & IR Ore 17803, Missile Firing Trail 26876, U.P. New Haven Combo 16069, accessories include Snow Village Ceramic Train Shop, Shell Oil Derrick 14081, and Hand Car #85 18457, in original boxes. $200-300 363 Set of Twenty-one Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, AT & SF GP Diesel Engine 18853, Anheuser Busch Limited Edition Replica Train Set 11775, cars include U.P. Flat Car with Ertl Bulldozer 16935, U.P. Three Dome Tank 16123, Exploding Box Car 16719, Pinkerton Animated Gondola 16712, 6464-296 Erie 19283, NY. Central Two Bay Hopper 17009, Eastwood Vat 52044, Lionel On Track Pick-up 18424, Extension Searchlight 16720, Northern America Dome Tank 19601, Holly Brothers Tank 52157, Western Pacific 17233, Bangor & Aroostook Maine 19285, Fed Ex Animated 19835, Northern Pacific 19284, accessories include Barrel Loader 32996, Animated Billboard 12809, Industrial Water Tower 12958, Microwave Tower 12723, in original boxes. $200-300

363A Set of Twenty-two Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, C & IM SD-9 Diesel Engine 18823, cars include Milwaukee Road Hopper 19302, DM & IR Ore 17803, PA. Flat Car with Ertl Road Grader 16934, Sunoco Tank 16150, Western Maryland Reefer 19511, PA. Dodge Ram Inspection Vehicle 18438, Dept 56 Caboose 52139, Northern Pacific Ice 19813, 1989 Christmas 19908, Milwaukee Road Standard 17226, Amtrak Diner 16048, Breyer Animated Horse 16747, Cola Ice 19832, U.P. with Ertl Bulldozer 16935, U.P. Livingston Observation 16074, Gulf Oil Three Dome 19612, Three Bay Covered Hopper 2-pack 21754, accessories include Triple Action Magnet Crane 14134, Mainline Classic Street Lamps 29247 (two), Rotary Radar Antenna 12960, in original boxes. $200-300 364 Set of Twenty-two Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, 2055 Pennsylvania 4-6-2 Steam Locomotive and Tender 18050, Bordens Milk 17357, White Brothers Milk 17340, Evans Auto Loader 29414, Hi Cube Golden West 36211, Grand Truck Gondola 36084, Unibody Tank Gulf 17915, Hi Cube Burlington 36210, Culvert Gondola PA. 19485, U.S. Army Security 26872, PA. Porthole Caboose 29709, Santa Fe Stock 19553, Unibody Tank Burlington 17916, Flat Car with Airplane 19487, U.S. Steel 16 Wheel 39424, Operating Radar 16652, Operating Barrel 26757, Circus Stock 19557, Allis Chalmers Condenser 36088, accessories include Operating Coal Elevator 32921, Mainline Classic Street Lamps 29247 (two), in original boxes. $200-300 365 Set of Twenty-five Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, IL. Central 4-6-2 Locomotive and Tender 18669, cars include 5700 Reefer Swift 19556, Billboard 36064, Operating Missile 16710, AT & SF Flatcar 16955, Dairy Display 16146, Flat Car with Cable Reels 26046, U.P. Romeo Baggage 16068, PA. Searchlight 16711, Flat Car with Farm Tractors 16907, DM & IR Oar 17803, U.P. Caboose 36565, Lionel Line Box Car 29298, PA. Stock 19510, Amtrak Bunk 19654, Port Huron & Detroit 17234, Animated Aquarium 16681, Pullman Baby Madison 19070, and Cruise Missile 16352, accessories include Yard Tower 14227, People Pack 24122, Street Lamps 24156 (two), Industrial Water Tower 12958, Automatic Gateman 14091, in original boxes. $200-300

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365A Set of Twenty-three Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, Bessemer & Lake Erie SD-38 Diesel Engine 18842, including cars Maine Central Offset Hopper 17069, U.P. 40’ Flat Car 27513, NYC Flat Car with Lumber Load 19486, DM & IR Oar 17803, P&LE Offset Hopper 17070, Maine Central 29203, Boston & Maine 17235, Gulf Single Dome Tank 19611, Borden Tank 19445, U.P. Plainfield Pullman 16070, Southern Pacific with Corgi ‘57 Chevy Police 26906, PA. Wheel 16389, Boston & Maine Flat Car 16911, St. Louis Gondola with Coil Covers 26913, NY., New Haven & Hartford 16238, Du Canada ACF 2 Bay 17012, Burlington Gondola 16355, Santa Fe Super Chief 19282, accessories include Animated Sawmill 12873, Animated Billboard 12761, Animated Truck Loading Dock 12929, Mainline Billboard Set 22952, in original boxes. $200-300 366 Sixteen Lionel O Gauge Model Train Engines and Cars, including engines 261 (two), 262, 259E (two), 225E, and 1668E (two), cars 262T (two), 257T, 2225W, and four unnumbered. $200-300 367 Set of Twenty-three Lionel O Gauge Model Trains and Accessories, J.C. Penney 4-6-2 Engine and Tender 18679, cars include Ind Reefer Rutland 19552, Lionel Model Display 19671, Six-wheel Crane 19834, PA. RR F9 Well 16983, IL. Central PS-1 17293, NY. Central Milk 17349, NYC Bay Window Caboose 17669, Needham Packing Steel Sided 17353, Burlington Northern Log 17554, Canadian Pacific Rail 17260, Flat Car with Submarine 16351, Louisville & Nashville Three-bay Hopper 17195, Hoods Milk 17355, U.P. 40 Ton Stock 17709, PA. 40’ Flat Car 27515, Beefmaster Unibody Tank 17925, Texaco Unibody Tank 17904, Railway Express Agency 19567, accessories include Freight Station with Lights 12812, Windmill 12889, Automatic Flagman 12892, Crossing Shanty 14229, in original boxes. $200-300 368 Forty-five Painted Cast Iron Mostly WWI U.S. Military Figures and Figural Groups, including some on horseback. $150-200 369 Forty-nine Barclay Painted Hollow Cast Lead Mostly WWI Army Figures and Figural Groups, and Seven Vehicles, c. 1935, including a radioman, parachutist, infantry, anti-aircraft, a motorcyclist, carrier pigeon, airman, airplane engine mechanic, etc., (lacking some helmets). $250-350

370 Ninety-two Manoil Painted Hollow Cast lead WWI U.S. Army and Military Figures and Figural Groups, with Twenty Trench Bags, c. 1935, including infantry, parachute, marching, mountain troopers, musicians, photographer, map reader, gas mask wearing, bomb and shell handling, a motorcyclist, bicyclist, machine gunner, hospital, and naval. $300-500 370A Forty-one Manoil Painted Hollow Cast Lead WWI U.S. Army Vehicles and Two Naval Ships, c. 1935, twenty-five with white rubber wheels, sixteen with red-painted wood wheels. $300-500 371 Group of Britains Ltd. Painted Metal Army Vehicles and Equipment, including 155mm Gun no. 2064, 2 Pounder AA Gun no. 1717, Searchlight on Chassis no. 1718, Army Lorry no. 1335, and Army Covered Lorry no. 1433, all in original boxes, also a truck, jeep, two armored vehicles, and five assorted artillery guns. $200-300 372 Group of Painted Britains-type Cast Lead Toy Soldiers/Horse Figures, several American, British, cowboys, Indians, Civil War, WWI examples, approx. 122 figures, and fourteen “Elastin” soldier figures. $200-250 373 Fifty English and Japanese Painted Lead Medieval Knight Figures and Figural Groups, including a set of seventeen Britains Ltd. Knight Agincourt, no. 9392, Timpo, etc. $200-300 374 Five Britains Ltd. Painted Lead Foreign Military Figural Sets, a set of eight Royal Artillery, no. 1730; a set of seven New Zealand Infantry, no. 1542; a set of eight German Infantry, no. 432; a set of seven French Army Zouaves, no. 142; and a set of seven other infantry figures, some with original boxes. $200-300 375 Forty-five Britains Ltd. Painted Lead British Military Figures and the Queen on Horseback, including sixteen mounted and marching Life Guards, thirteen Scots Guards, three Scots Guards in winter dress, two pairs of Scots Pipers, two officers, and seven Coldstream Guards. $250-350

375A Group of Britains Ltd. Painted Lead British Military Figures and Figural Groups, including a boxed set of five 16th/5th Lancers, no. 33; a boxed set of five Life Guards, no. 1; a set of six cavalry figures, a set of five cavalry figures, a pair of cavalry figures, and seven assorted cavalry figures. $200-300 376 Three Britains Ltd. Painted Lead British Military Figural Sets, a set of seven Scots Guards, no. 75; a set of eight Grenadier Guards, no. 1283; and a set of eight Gordon Highlanders, no. 157, along with three loose Scots infantry figures, the sets with original boxes. $150-200 377 Three Britains Ltd. Painted Lead British Military Figural Sets, a Royal Artillery Mountain Gun, no. 28; a set of seven Royal Sussex Regt., no. 36; and a set of eight Somerset Light Infantry, no. 17, with original boxes. $200-300 377A Approximately Twenty-two Britains Ltd. Painted Metal Army Equipment and Figurals, and a Bullock Model Painted Metal Long Range Anti-Tank Gun, the Bullock with original box, Britains include two British 6-horse artillery carriages with one cannon, nine assorted cannons and field artillery guns, two trucks and parts, a Sound Locator with Operator no. 1638, boxed, a Predictor with Operator no. 1728, boxed, a Range Finder no. 1639, boxed, three British Army motorcyclists, two figures, and a mortar. $200-300 378 Seven Britains Ltd. Painted Lead U.S. Civil War Figures and Figural Groups and a Set of Six West Point Cadet Figures, including a set of five Confederate Cavalry and a partial set of three, no. 2055; a set of eight Confederate Infantry, and a set of six Confederate Infantry, no. 2060; a set of four Union Cavalry and a set of six Union Infantry, no. 2056; a Union Artillery, no. 2057; and three loose figures, with some complete and partial original boxes. $200-300 379 Seven Assorted Britains Ltd. Painted Lead British Royalty and Military Figures and Figural Groups, including Historical Series The State Coach, no. 1470, in original box; two Her Majesty’s State Coach, no. 44D, in original boxes; a boxed set of ten All the Queen’s Men; a standing Queen Elizabeth figure with a throne, a twenty-piece British Guard marching band; and a set of six Band of the Royal Scots Greys. $225-350

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Collectibles & Ephemera
Lots 380–500

380 Collection of Military Buttons and Pins, c. 19th and 20th century, two crossed flag insignia embroidered on cloth, naval buttons, Massachusetts cuff size button, various pins. $200-250 381 Two American Campaign Hats, c. 19111945, one with five sewn rings, intact sweatband and grosgrain ribbon, one without rings, intact sweatband, and grosgrain ribbon and hat cord, ht. 5 1/2 in. $100-200 382 Reproduction Flintlock Pistol with Powder Flask, c. 1980 replica pistol with walnut stock, brass trigger guard, nose cap, and ramrod pipes, top of barrel marked MADE IN SPAIN, and replica brass peace-style flask, lg. 15 1/4 in. $100-200 382A Non-Regulation Imported Officer’s Sword, German manufactured for the U.S. market c. 1861-1865, brass-hilted foot officer’s sword, eagle and U.S on hilt, shagreen and wirewrapped grip, blade marked U.S., SOLINGEN, and PROVED, lg. 34 1/2 in. $100-200 383 M1 Carbine Rifle Stock, c. 1945, walnut stock with metal buttplate, front barrel band spring, lg. 28 1/2 in. $100-200

384 Group of Documents, Currency, and Other Military Items, 1765 and 1864 documents, German, French, Russian, and Japanese occupation currency, German 1939 dated stamps and two WWI photographs. $100-200 384A Spyglass, Powder Horn, Cleaning Rod, Small Knife, and Cross Bow, c. 19th/20th century, leather covered brass spyglass, powder horn with wooden plug, wooden cleaning rod, and small Persian-style knife. $100-200 385 Group of WWI Items, Germany, c. 19141918, Hussar Pelmutze with no insignia, 1895 brass enlisted spike, and the top of a pickelhaube case. $50-100 386 Japanese Sword Cane, 19th century, the 15-in. blade mounted on a bamboo grip with brass pommel, copper mounts, bamboo scabbard, and brass point, lg. 26 1/2 in. $200-300 386A Imperial German Sword, c. 1914, iron hilt, leather and wire-wrapped grip, back of blade marked D.A. NOHASCHECKHOFSCHWERDTFEGER-MAINZ, lg. 37 3/4 in. $100-200

387 Short Sword, c. 1900, in the Japanese style with braided grip and scabbard, 19 1/2-in. steel blade engraved Namtu 1923, overall lg. 36 1/2 in. $200-300 388 Boxed Group of Knives, Swords, and Miscellaneous Militaria, 19th and 20th century, knives, two broken Samurai swords, reproduction portrait of Major John Biddle, mess kit, and web belt. $200-300 389 Group of German Dagger and Sword Parts, c. 1936-1945, nine daggers, bayonets, a Luftwaffe sword, and damaged gravity knife. $200-300 390 Two Columbian Exposition Printed Cotton Souvenir Textiles, a handkerchief printed in red and white on a natural-colored ground depicting nine reserves with figures and scenes commemorating the event, approx. 23 x 28; and a length of fabric with repeating red, white, and blue pattern depicting scenes of the landing of Columbus, bust of Washington, small map of the New World, and the Statue of Liberty against a striped background with stars inscribed with the names of individual states, 54 x 23 1/2 in. Note: The World’s Columbian Exposition was held in Chicago, in celebration of the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s landing in America (1492–1892). $100-150

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390A Group of Early 20th Century Paper Doll, Historic Exposition, and Club/Organization Ephemera, un-cut paper dolls: Shirley Temple, Margaret O’Brien, Mary Martin, and Ann Sheridan; exposition: 1892 Columbian Exposition, 1939 New York World’s Fair, 1932 Los Angeles Olympics, 1933 Chicago Century of Progress; various secondary education items including Harvard University, MIT, Yale, Radcliffe, fraternity organizations; clubs/ organizations: Boy Scouts. Girl Scouts, Ku Klux Klan, 4-H, Toys For Tots. $200-300 391 Printed Pedigree Stallion Advertising Broadside: ARCHIE DUROCK, “Printed at the Office of the New Jersey Herald...” April 2, 1850, printed on paper, 26 1/4 x 18 1/4, mounted on linen, 29 3/4 x 21 1/4 in., overall. $200-400 392 Alphonse Mucha (French 1860-1939) CASSON FILS, c. 1896. Lithograph in colors, with gilt, 78 x 20 1/4 in., backed on linen. Condition: Tears, creases losses, toning. $1,500-2,500 393 Embroidered Cigar Silks and Green Velveteen Wall Hanging or Table Cover, with gold-colored fringe border, 36 x 36 in. $200-400 393A Collection of Mostly Paper Ephemera and Photographs, approx. thirty-two Victorian chromolithograph holiday and greeting cards, several mostly late 19th photographs including firemen dousing a house on fire, a class of children, costumed fraternal organization, insurance office, steam and sailing vessels, streetcar with passengers, two ninth-plate daguerreotype portraits of a young lady and a sleeping dog; three sixth-plate and one ninth-plate ambrotype portraits, a sixth-plate tintype of two women in a witch costume, and several loose gem-size tintype portraits; a 1926 “Manual of the United States, for the Information of Immigrants and Foreigners,” a 1919 Yale University Commencement booklet, a leather wallet with divided interior, a c. 1917 U.S. Government War Savings “Thrift Card,” a framed dated “1863” handwritten invitation to a commemoration ceremony at Gettysburg, a framed Charlestown, Massachusetts, winning notification of a mayoral election. $100-150

394 Two Reverse-painted Glass, Sheet Metal, and Wood Electric Lighted Display Signs, early 20th century, “TUBES TESTED FREE/ RADIO TUBES,” and “UNIVERSAL The ‘Last Word’ in REFRIGERATION,” ht. 19 1/4, 7, wd. 11 1/4, 13 in., respectively. $200-300 395 Group of Miscellaneous Advertising Ephemera, including a Perry Centennial flag, window cards for books, magazines, phone books, gasoline, bread, spaghetti, margarine, vanilla, cleaning products, soap, “Ole Injun System Tonic,” the Welfare Federation, theater, and radio, entertainment lobby cards for films and magicians, and original illustrator art for “Dole Hawaiian Pineapple Juice” and “Old Virginia Taba a Fumer de choix.” $500-700 395A Ten WWI and WWII Original Art Illustrations, a WWI painting depicting two soldiers taking refreshment at a YMCA in France, indistinctly signed and dated “Lawrence Harris-- 1918” l.l., oil on canvas, framed; a WWI poster “The New Field Artillery/ Join the Woman’s Land Army,” poster paint on paperboard, unframed; one depicting two WWII machine gunners, signed “W. Stanke” l.l., oil on paperboard, unframed; seven satirical WWII cartoon illustrations, ink and color on paperboard, signed “Charles John ‘45,” unframed; and two anti- Nazi WWII political cartoons: “Man on Horseback,” indistinctly signed l.r., and “The German Drive,” signed “Tom Clarity” l.r., sizes to 42 x 44 1/2 in. $400-600 396 Assorted WWII and Red Cross-related Ephemera, including American and German propaganda, War Bond advertisements, Red Cross pamphlet, posters, magazine ads, three issues of Colliers magazine from 1941 and 1942; Red Cross signs, issues of Red Cross magazine, foreign Red Cross, etc. $300-500 396A Group of WWI Era Lithograph Posters, Broadsides, and Educational Posters, “Carry On! Buy Liberty Bonds To Your UTMOST,” Edwin Howland Blashfield, Heywood Strasser & Voigt, lithographers., N.Y., c. 1918, 76 x 38, mounted on linen; several Red Cross, campaigns for: War Savings Stamps, Liberty Bonds, recruitment, austerity, seven Modern Health Crusaders, a few British, approx. thirty total, sizes to 40 x 28 in., unframed. $600-800

397 Eleven WWI Era Lithograph Posters, including Carnegie Institute Exhibition poster Paintings and Drawings by British Artists, six published by the United States Food Administration: Feed a Fighter, Victory is a Question of Stamina...Fuel for Fighters, Food is Ammunition-Don’t Waste It., Hunger, and two Blood or Bread; two Government Bonds posters: My Daddy Bought Me Government Bond..., and Goodbye Dad, I’m Off to Fight For Old Glory...; two War Savings Stamp posters: Joan of Arc Saved France... and Boys and Girls! You can help your Uncle Sam Win the War..., (several with tears, and creases), approx. 30 x 20, unframed. $450-650 397A Group of WWI and WWII Posters, including poster campaigns for War Bonds, Liberty Loan, Liberty Bonds, Victory Bonds, Red Cross, British War Relief Society, austerity; recruiting, propaganda, etc., approx. 52 total, one framed. $400-600 398 British WWI At the Front! Every fit Briton... Enlist Now Lithograph War Recruitment Poster, Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, framed, sight size 29 x 19 1/2 in. $200-300 398A “U.S. ARMY Guardian of the Colors” WWII Era Lithograph Poster, after Tom Woodburn, American, 20th century, c. 1940, 38 x 24 3/4 in., unframed. $200-400 399 Framed 19th Century Puck Magazine Color Lithograph Political Cartoon, “The Last Resort. - Let the Democrats Throw Their ‘Jonah’ Overboard,” featuring a ship with tattered sails reading “Democracy” and “New York,” and a man in a cape labeled “Tammany” being thrown overboard to an approaching whale, sight size 19 x 12 in., framed. $200-300 399A Set of Thirteen WWII Polychrome Newsprint Broadsides, after Emil A. Kessler (Swiss/American, 1898-1973) twelve depicting portraits of American officers; and one depicting photographs of four world leaders, 18 3/4 x 16 in., mounted on canvas. $150-250 400 1964 Presidential Election Poster “LBJ for the USA,” (fold creases), 41 x 28 in. $200-300

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401 Complete Set of 1950 Bowman Baseball Cards, 252 cards in total, most notably including no. 22 Jackie Robinson, no. 46 Yogi Berra, and no. 98 Ted Williams, all housed in protective twelve-pocket plastic sleeves in a white three-ring binder. $1,000-1,500 402 Group of Sporting Equipment Including Fishing Reels, Rods, Lures, and Tackle, mostly mid-20th century, a plaid case containing approx. fourteen rods, some fly fishing items. $400-600 402A Three Sporting Calls, a cedar crow call marked “Charles H. Perdew, Henry, Ill./ Patented November 2, 1909,” a molded composition call marked “P.S. Olt, Pekin, Ills.,” and a goose call labeled “Faulk’s H-100 Honker Call, Lake Charles, LA,” lg. 4 5/8 to 5 1/4 in. $150-250 403 Ted Williams and Joe DiMaggio Autographed Photograph, in blue marker, framed, sight size 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 in., limited edition No. 283/1941, with certificate of authenticity by Score Board Inc., New Jersey. $200-300 404 1975-1977 Boston Red Sox Autographed Baseball, Carl Yastrzemski, Carlton Fisk, Jim Rice, Rick Wise, Fred Lynn, Denny Doyle, Rick Miller, Rick Burleson, Louis Tiant, Bob Montgomery, Bill Lee, Reggie Cleveland, Don Zimmer, and Johnny Pesky, in blue ink, on a red-stitched Boston baseball, in Official League Boston Baseball box. $200-300 405 Pair of Cassius Clay Autographed Everlast Boxing Gloves, only one glove signed. $300-500 406 Set of Golf Clubs with Ten Irons, Three Woods, and Bag. $200-250

407 Three 1940s Red Sox Collectibles, two official Red Sox/Fenway Park programs and scorecards, a 1944 program with scorecard filled out at the June 8th Red Sox-Yankees game, won by the Red Sox 8-7 with a 9thinning home run, and a 1947 program with scorecard filled out at the August 29th Red Sox-Philadelphia Athletics game, won by the Red Sox 2-1, and a ticket stub from Game 5 of the 1946 Red Sox-St. Louis Cardinals World Series, played at Fenway Park on October 11th and won by the Red Sox 6-3. $100-150 408 Uniform Pants Autographed by Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, and Jim Rice, purportedly c. 1989 Boston Red Sox uniform pants, size 34, with Wilson label, and with “31 26,” and “89” embroidered labels on waistband. $400-600 409 Two Chicago White Sox Team Signed Baseballs, both with certificates of authenticity: a 1973 souvenir ball signed in black ink by Rich Gossage, Rich Allen, Chuck Tanner, Johnny Sain, Luis Alvarado, Eddie Leon, Bill Melton, Rich Morales, Tony Muser, Jonny Jeter, Carlos May, Cy Acosta, Eddie Fisher, Terry Forster, Ken Frailing, Steve Kealey, Steve Stone, Chuck Brinkman, Ed Herrmann, Joe Lonnett, Jim Mahoney, Alex Monchak, and Wilbur Wood; and a 1986 official Rawlings American League ball signed in blue and black ink by Carlton Fisk, George Foster, Harold Baines, Ron Kittle, Steve Lyons, John Cangelosi, Floyd Bannister, Joe Crowley, Bobby Thigpen, Joel Davis, Bill Dawley, Richard Dotson, Pete Filson, Ron Hassey, Marc Hill, Joel Skinner, Dave Cochrane, Gene Nelson, Dave Schmidt, Ray Searage, Bryan Little, Wayne Tolleson, Greg Walker, Luis Salazar, Reid Nichols, Joel McKeon, Ed Brinkman, Art Kusnyer, and Jim Fregosi. $300-500 410 Fourteen 1911 T201 Mecca Cigarettes Double Folder Baseball Cards, twelve laminated, including Christy Mathewson/Albert Bridwell, Harry Baker/Thomas Downie, Jerry Downs/Fred Odwell, John Lapp/John Barry, John Coombs/Ira Thomas, Frank Chance/ John Evers, Chas Dooin/John Titus, James Barrett/Grant McGlynn, W.E. Donovan/ Ralph Stroud, Earl Moore/John Lobert, Charles Hickman/Harry Hinchman, Frederick Payne/Edward Walsh, Frank LaPorte/James Stephens, and Robert Wallace/Joseph Lake, the Wallace/Lake printed off-center or cut wrong. $300-400

411 Collection of Mostly Late 20th Century New Orleans Jazz LP Albums, approx. 210 LP albums, some blues and classical LPs; artists including George Lewis, Kid Thomas, Louis Armstrong, Kid Punch, Paul Whitman, Percy Humphrey, Johnney Dodds, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, numerous compilations, etc. $300-500 412 Five 1970s Movie Posters, 2001: A Space Odyssey, 1971, MGM, U.S.; Serpico, 1973, Paramount, U.S.; The Conversation, 1974, Paramount, U.S.; 1900, 1977, Paramount, U.S.; and Days of Heaven, 1978, Paramount, U.S., all one-sheet. $200-300 413 Framed Breakfast at Tiffany’s Lithograph Poster, Paramount Pictures Corporation, 1961, three-sheet poster, (creases, losses, tears, repairs), 71 1/2 x 40 1/2, overall 83 1/2 x 54 1/2 in. $300-500 414 Collection of Mostly Late 20th Century New Orleans Jazz Related Ephemera, including numerous magazines including approx. twenty-four issues of The Second Line, from the 1960s, 70s, and 80s; approx. forty-three issues of Jazz Beat from late 1989 to 2003, approx. seventy-seven issues of Footnotes, from the 70s and 80s, approx. fifty-six issues of New Orleans Music Incorporating Footnote, from the early 1990s to 2002; numerous die cast aluminum Mardi Gras tokens, concert and travel ephemera, four framed photographs, three framed posters, two unframed posters, and other related material. $200-300 415 Group of Beatles Collectibles, including five LP record albums: Introducing The Beatles, Vee Jay Records, third version, 1963; Meet the Beatles, Capitol Records, 1964; The Beatles Second Album, Capitol Records, 1964; Something New The Beatles, Capitol Records, 1964; and The Beatles A Hard Days Night, United Artists Records, 1964; also I Want To Hold Your Hand/I Saw Her Standing There, (45RPM), in original sleeve; two song books The Beatles’ Fabulous Favorites, Music of Today Inc.,1964, and The Beatle Book of Recorded Hits, Keys Popular Song Album No 30, 1964; three Royal Doulton Beatles figural toby jugs, 1984, depicting John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison; four vintage molded plastic Beatles figural cake toppers; and an issue of American Pop, August, 1991, with article titled “The Last Beatles Concert.” $200-400

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416 The Collector and The War Lover Movie Posters, 1965, Columbia, U.S., one-sheet and 1962, Columbia, U.S., one-sheet. $100-150 417 Collection of Mostly Mid to Late 20th Century New Orleans Jazz 78s, EPs, and LP Records, approx. sixty 78s, approx. 136 LPs, including several 1940s reissues of earlier recordings, some blues and classical LPs; artists including George Lewis, Jelly-Roll Morton, Johnny Dodds, Bunk Johnson, Herb Morand, Albert Wynn’s Creole Jazz Band, Jimmie Noone, Kidd Thomas, Duke Ellington, Baby Dodds, Louis Armstrong, numerous compilations, etc. $300-500 418 Framed Vintage 1954 Marilyn Monroe “Golden Dreams” Calendar, featuring a nude Monroe in repose, labeled “Golden Dreams” and “Posed by Marilyn Monroe,” with tearaway sheets for each month below, (appears complete, not removed from frame), image size 19 x 15 1/2, framed dimensions 31 x 21 in. $400-800 418A Group of Lithographed Periodical Cover Design Posters, late 19th/early 20th century, Atlantic Monthly, McClure’s, Lippincott’s, Technique, The Bostonian, and Scientific American, nine total, sizes ranging from 14 x 10 3/4 to 23 1/4 x 12 1/2 in., unframed. $300-500 419 Framed James Bond 007 Diamonds Are Forever Movie Poster, United Artists Corporation, 1971, sight size 39 1/2 x 26 in. $200-300 420 Framed James Bond On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Movie Poster, United Artists Corporation, 1969, sight size 39 1/2 x 26 1/4 in. $200-300 421 Framed 1960 Portuguese Grande Premo Racing Poster and Four Racing Film Posters, “Grande Premo,” 39 x 26 1/2; racing film posters: Steve McQueen in Le Mans, Cinema Center Films, 1971, 22 x 27 3/4; The Young Racers, American International Pictures, 1971, 21 3/4 x 28; The Green Helmet, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., 1961, 22 x 28 1/4; and Red Line 7000, Paramount Pictures Corp. and Laurel Productions, 1965, 21 x 27 in. $250-350

422 Two Vintage 1940s Film Advertisements, a 1943 Phantom of the Opera lobby card, 11 x 14, and a 1948 Orson Welles/Macbeth window card, 14 x 22 in. $200-300 422A Group of Assorted Printed Broadsides, and a Group of French Movie Posters, mostly New England, late 19th century, approx. seventy broadsides primarily advertising for millinery, dry goods, and department stores, a few foreign, one showing the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Exhibition, one advertising “LOST... a quantity of BANK BILLS...,” various sizes, unmounted; and 109 identical lithograph posters for the film CORPS SANS VOILE (Naked as Nature Intended), Mondial Films, 1961, folded, 62 1/2 x 47 in. $600-800 423 Framed James Bond You Only Live Twice Movie Poster, United Artists Corporation, 1967, sight size 39 1/2 x 26 1/2 in. $200-300 424 Three James Bond 007 Movie Posters and Three 007-related Posters, a framed James Bond Never Say Never Again movie poster, Warner Brothers Inc., 1983, sight size 42 x 28; a framed 007 11 19 99 (The World is Not Enough) movie poster, United Artists, 1999, sight size 38 3/4 x 26 1/2; unframed 007 Casino Royale movie poster, Columbia Pictures, 2006, 39 1/2 x 26, rolled in tube; framed The James Bond Poster Checklist, Eon productions, 2000, sight size 38 1/2 x 26 1/4; framed Science Museum, South Kensington, exhibition poster: Bond, James Bond, 2002, sight size 60 x 39 1/2; and a framed donut advertising poster 007 Undercover Donut, International Multifoods Corp., 1974, 33 1/2 x 21 1/2 in. $300-500 425 Three Framed Modern Racing Prints, exhibition poster: Graham Turner 1991 North American Exhibition, The Motor Sport Collector, 1991, sight size 17 1/2 x 23 1/2; two motor cycle racing prints: Double Take, after Nicholas Watts, 1985, sight size 15 1/2 x 20 1/2 ; one untitled, after Jerry Gambaccini, undated, 19 1/2 x 29 1/2 in. $75-100

426 Large Group of Black and White Hollywood Movie Stills Photographs, primarily early to third quarter, 20th century, the photographs, taken by the studio publicity departments, were used by the studios to sell a particular film or an individual actor or actress; including actor’s publicity stills, studio glamour shots, production and candid movie stills on and off sets, and candid photos of stars, most 8 x 10 in. $800-1,000 426A Large Group of Motion Picture Photography, Including Hollywood Star Portraits, early to mid-20th century, primarily black and white photos, numerous actor’s portraits, glamour shots, set stills, movie stills, candid photos of stars, etc. $800-1,200 427 Small Group of Entertainment Window Cards, cartoons, magicians, advertisements, and films, including The Country Girl with Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly and A Yank at Eton with Mickey Rooney. $200-300 428 Group of Autographed Movie Star Photos, early 20th century to 1970s, primarily movie still photographs, some individual portraits, most with inscribed dedicated to Harry Wilkinson, a noted collector who maintained the Hollywood Museum of Memories in Marblehead, Massachusetts, signature examples including: Joan Bennett, Myrna Loy, Irene Dunne, Margaret Hamilton, Rosalind Russell, Sally Rand, James, Whitmore, Maurice Chevalier, Anthony Hopkins, Mickey Rooney, Mary Martin, James Mason, Dorothy Lamour, Anne Sothern, Bing Crosby, Ann Blyth, Raymond Massey, Henry Fonda, Jimmy Durante, Huntz Hall, John Wayne, Bette Davis, Anne Miller, Janet Leigh, Bob Cummings, Jeremy Brett, Rita Moreno, Minnie Pearl, Dom DeLuise, Donny Osmond, Glen Campbell, Phyllis Diller, Twiggy, and numerous other photos. $800-1,200 429 Large Group of Black and White Hollywood Movie Stills Photographs, primarily early to third quarter, 20th century, the photographs, taken by the studio publicity departments, were used by the studios to sell a particular film or an individual actor or actress; including actor’s publicity stills, studio glamour shots, production and candid movie stills on and off sets, and candid photos of stars, most 8 x 10 in. $800-1,000

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429A Group of Hand-colored Photo Offset Satirical Cartoon/Character Posters, publishers including Artwin, Cartoon Service, Paramount Advertising Corp., New Process Electro Corp., and James Cartoons, all New York, first quarter 20th century, approx. thirtyseven, sizes to 22 1/2 x 30 in. $400-600 430 Group of Motion Picture and Theatre Ephemera, including movie theater advertisements, coming attractions film advertisements; numerous black and white actor’s portrait photography, studio glamour shots, movie stills, candid photos of stars; theatre playbills, programs, etc. $600-800 430A Group of Hand-colored Photo Offset Satirical Cartoon/Character Posters, publishers including Artwin, Paramount Advertising Corp., New Process Electro Corp., and James Cartoons, all New York, first quarter 20th century, approx. thirty-four, sizes to 22 1/2 x 30 in. $400-600 431 Group of Autographed Movie Star Photos, early 20th century to 1970s, primarily movie still photographs, some individual portraits, most are dedicated to Harry Wilkinson, a noted collector who maintained the Hollywood Museum of Memories in Marblehead, Massachusetts, highlight signatures including: Theda Bara, Gloria Swanson, Myrna Loy, Margaret Hamilton, Anthony Quinn, Rosalind Russell, Barbara Stanwyck, Maurice Cevalier, Joan Crawford, Peter Lorre, Irene Dunne, Helen Hayes, Faye Wray, Spring Byington, Rex Harrison, Claudette Colbert, Ginger Rogers, Vincent Price, Bob Hope, Lena Horne, Joel Grey, Lee Remick, Raquel Welch, Pearl Bailey, Liberace, Glen Campbell, Lily Tomlin, and Mary Tyler Moore, numerous other photos. $800-1,200 431A Group of Assorted Graphic Printed Ephemera Including Sheet Music, Periodical Covers, and Small Posters, including an 1896 bound issues of the German art magazine Jugend, several romantic Native American themed items, several small posters, (several are reproductions), and a group of printed material on a broad range of collecting interests. $200-400 432 Chromolithograph Circus Poster, Willsons Show Printers, Leocester, c. 1930s, 30 x 40 in., unframed. $150-250

433 Large Group of Black and White Hollywood Movie Stills Photographs, primarily early to third quarter 20th century, the photographs, taken by the studio publicity departments, were used by the studios to sell a particular film or an individual actor or actress; including actor’s publicity stills, studio glamour shots, production and candid movie stills on and off sets, and candid photos of stars, most 8 x 10 in. $800-1,000 433A Group of Approximately Twelve Vintage Fashion, Art, and Men’s Magazines, including Flair February 1950, Avant Garde nos. 8, 10, 11, 12, and 14, Rogue June 1960, Esquire August 1980, Newsweek November 13, 1967, and Playboy vol. 7 no. 12/ December 1960, vol. 15 no. 1/January 1968, and vol. 27 no. 12/December 1980. $100-150 434 Framed Early 20th Century Fire and Police Department Family Record Chromolithograph, depicting eleven police, fire, and political scenes, sight size 26 x 20 1/4 in. $100-125 435 Small Group of Boston Police Memorabilia, including three wooden billy clubs, a carved wooden watchman’s alarm, a 19th century book of the Boston Police, and a certificate from the City of Boston Police Department to William H. Brown, appointing him Captain on November 29th, 1886. Note: Capt. Brown is shown on p. 91 of the included volume, and his appointment to captain listed on p. 57 in the Police Events section. $100-150 436 Two Hand-colored Framed Prints with Boston and Harvard Scenes, a page from Ballou’s Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion, reportedly from December 27, 1856, depicting three “Seaside Sketches Near Boston,” including Chelsea and Boston Harbor, sight size 14 1/2 x 10 1/4; and a 1942, lithograph titled “The Harvard Houses Seen from the Western Avenue Bridge.,” sight size 6 1/2 x 8 1/4 in. $75-100 437 Assorted Illustrated Billhead, late 19th/ early 20th century, including both handwritten and printed illustrated invoices and receipts, comprising four boxes of documents. $1,000-1,500

438 Small Group of Assorted Circus Ephemera, early to mid-20th century, including route cards, advertisements, publicity stills, letterhead, correspondence, newspaper clippings, four Ringling Bros./Barnum & Bailey magazines, and a Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey official program from Season 1924. $250-350 439 Collection of Buttons and Two Books Relating to Button Collecting, mostly early to third quarter, 20th century, metal, plastic and shell, decorative and utilitarian, with shanks, and two and four-hole examples, including a group of four 2-in. dia., molded sheet brass turtle-form buttons; and two books: Buttons, by Diana Epstein and Millicent Safro, Henry N. Abrams, New York, 1991, hardcover; and The Button Book, by Ted Hake, Dafran House Publishers, New York, 1972, soft cover. $150-250 439A Collection of Thirty-two Assorted Glass Buttons, mostly blue glass buttons, five with silver overlay, several with gilt inlay, three faceted, dia. 1/4 to 1 3/8 in. $100-150 440 Assorted Printed Stock Certificates and Related Ephemera, late 19th to early 20th century, numerous mining company stocks including precious metals and natural resources, oil, and gas companies, several New England manufacturing companies, a few railroad related, several City of Providence Unemployment Relief Loan certificates. $300-500 441 Twenty-four U.S. Liberty Head Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars, minted from 1878–1928. $400-600 442 Ten United States Morgan Silver Dollar Coins, each sealed in a Plexiglas case, one each from the years 1882, 1884, 1885, 18871890, 1896, 1900, and 1921, the 1890 with Carson City mint mark, two with O mint mark, and one with a small D mark, single coin wt. approx. 26.7 g not including case. $300-400

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443 Group of Assorted Currency and Certificates, mostly 19th and 20th centuries, various states, countries, and denominations, including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Louisiana, Ohio, North Carolina, Indiana, New York, Connecticut, Virginia, Kentucky, Austria-Hungary, England, France, Luxembourg, Germany, Greece, Brazil, Paraguay, Russia, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, China, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), India, and Indochina, along with the British North Borneo Company, occupied Japan and Japanese invasion, and early 20th century French and German local currency. $300-500 443A Collection of Material of Interest to Philatelic Collectors, numerous commemorative envelopes, foreign and domestic, most are canceled; and a 1943 dated, first series “Artist’s For Victory” sheet of poster stamps, framed, 14 x 21 in. overall. $200-300 444 Ten United States Morgan Silver Dollar Coins, each sealed in a Plexiglas case, from the years 1881, 1883, 1885, 1886, 1890, 1898 (2), 1900, 1902, and 1904, six with O mint mark, one with S, three unmarked, single coin wt. approx. 26.7 g not including case. $300-400 444A Fifteen Bronze Commemorative Medallions, four rectangular portrait medals: one of composer Fredrich Schiller by Franz Stiasny, and one of Beethoven, Goethe, and Mark Twain, all unmarked; a round “Beilby Medal for Technical Chemistry” from the “Royal Technical College Glasgow”; a possible scouting medal featuring a scout standing beside an allegorical figure, possibly Liberty, by marked “J.P. Legastelois”; a WWII “American Campaign” medal; a “Southwest Expedition Commemorative Medal/Colorado 18061906” centennial medal, a Baker 155A, U.S. Mint Series, undraped bust of Washington facing right with monogram “AP” at the truncation near the back of the neck, the reverse contains the legend within a wreath; a “17th OF JUNE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION” medal, commemorating the battle at Bunker Hill in Charlestown, Massachusetts; and five American Presidential Inaugural medals, for Ulysses S. Grant, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M. Nixon, and Gerald R. Ford. $600-800

445 Eight United States Morgan Silver Dollar Coins, four in a commemorative Plexiglas gallery case, one in a leather binder, from the years 1881, 1884, 1890, 1899, 1900, and 1921 (3), the 1890 with Carson City mint mark, three with O mint mark, two with S mint mark, and one with a small D mark, single coin wt. approx. 26.7 g not including case. $300-400 446 Collection of Vintage Lithograph Postcards, including Christmas, New Year, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Easter, St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s Day, etc., a postcard album with assorted holiday postcards, and three empty postcard albums, $300-400 447 Nine American Mint Silver Coins and Commemorative Rounds, in Plexiglas cases, each with accompanying certificate of authenticity, eight .999 silver “Birth of our Nation - History of America/Freedom & Democracy” rounds commemorating the Battle of Lexington & Concord 1775, George Washington’s Inauguration April 1789, Ratification of the Mayflower Compact 1620, Ratification of the U.S. Constitution 17871788, Articles of Confederation 1781, Boston Tea Party 1773, Declaration of Independence July 4, 1776, and Treaty of Paris 1783, each single round wt. approx. 20.2 g, and a 2011 $1 Silver Eagle, 1 oz., together with a 2010 .999 Silver Buffalo round, 1 oz., ten rounds or coins in total, all housed in a wooden box with “Birth of Our Nation” plaque to lid and twelve impressed dark blue velvet spaces to interior. $200-300 448 Collection of Vintage Lithograph and Photographic Holiday, Travel, and Scenic Postcards, and related Ephemera, including numerous holiday theme, foreign and domestic travel cards, greeting cards, an album of foreign silk-costumed ladies and religious figures, an envelope with several lithograph portraits of beauties, and scenic views published by the Knapp Co., Inc. $300-400 448A Collection of Postage Stamps, Albums, and First Day Commemorative Envelopes, including two partially filled The White Ace Historical Album for the Regular Issues of the United States stamp albums, numerous uncancelled plate blocks, stamp booklets, and single stamps, primarily form the early to last quarter 20th century; several mint sets of commemorative stamps from the 1980s, and some mounting supplies. $250-350

449 Collection of 19th and Early 20th Century Valentines and Ephemera, chromolithograph cards, including fancy die-cuts, multi-layered, fold-out, stand-ups, some with embossed paper lace and scrap-decorated, honey comb, a few postcards, and several assorted Easter, greeting and remembrance cards, approx. 90 total. $150-200 450 Ten Early 20th Century Die-cut Hold-toLight Christmas and New Year’s Postcards, eight Christmas, including two with turkeys and four with snowmen, and two Happy New Year, one 1906 with snowmen and one 1911 with a basket of kittens. $300-500 451 Group of Russian Travel Postcards and Photographs, including an album with postcards of Leningrad Pavlovsk Palace exterior and interior views, Catherine Palace and Park, Moscow, the Kremlin, and the Small Hermitage, photographs of Chateau Koreis, assorted loose postcards of St. Petersburg and Moscow, and one postcard in a frame. $300-500 452 Six Early 20th Century Die-cut Hold-toLight Holiday Postcards, two Thanksgiving, each with a young girl and a turkey, and four Easter, all with chicks and brightly colored eggs. $300-500 453 Collection of Mostly Early to Mid-20th Century Travel Memento Scrap Albums, Postcards, and Greeting Cards, eight scrap albums containing mementos and postcards from British, European, Asian, and domestic United States travels, including luggage labels, hotel stationary, brochures, most pages with handwritten commentary; a binder containing travel souvenirs and mementos including luggage labels, brochures, “Cunard Line” steamship mementos, two large binders containing an assortment of postcards including scenic, holiday, and humorous cards, and a small group of greeting cards; and two bags containing religious postcards, greeting cards, and travel brochures. $400-600

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454 Thirteen Early 20th Century Die-cut Hold-to-Light New York and Coney Island Postcards, five Luna Park, Coney Island, including “Promenade,” “Riding the Elephant,” “The Slide,” and “The Circus,” five additional Coney Island, including “Dreamland,” “Surf Avenue,” “Coney Island Park,” “Shooting the Chutes, Dreamland,” and “Fighting the Flames, Dreamland,” and three New York, “Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor,” “The Court of the Golden Fountains, Hippodrome, New York,” and “Poughkeepsie Bridge, Hudson River, N.Y.” $1,000-2,000 455 Lithographed Maxfield Parrish Travel Poster and WWI Austerity Poster, New Hampshire The Winter Paradise, after Maxfield Parrish, depicting Sunset on Mount Washington, New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission, c. 1940, 30 x 21; and “Save the Products of the Land/ Eat more fish-they feed themselves,” after Charles Livingston Bull, United States Food Administration, c. 1917, 30 x 20 in., both unframed. $600-800 456 Victorian Chromolithograph Scrap and Trade Card Album, including die-cuts, presidential, cigarette cards, greeting cards, flowers, birds, Christmas and New Year, ships, fruit labels, landscape views, Black Americana, and other assorted ephemera, (spine broken). $200-300 456A Collection of Late 19th to Early 20th Century Valentines and Ephemera, chromolithograph cards, including fancy die-cuts, multi-layered, fold-out, stand-ups, some with embossed paper lace and scrapdecorated, honeycomb, a few postcards, and several assorted Christmas, Easter, and remembrance cards, approx. 120 total. $150-200 457 1846 “Map of the World on Mercator’s Projection,” engraved by John Atwood, published by T. & E.H. Ensign, New York, 45 x 33 in., unframed. $400-600

457A Two Framed Reproduction Maps and a Framed Victorian Print, a reproduction of 1758 map of the Antilles Isles, sight size 35 1/2 x 23, a reproduction of a c. 1732 map of the West Indies by Herman Moll, sight size 21 1/2 x 38, in later wood frames; and a lithograph print depicting a genre scene titled “Preparing for a Drive,” published by F. Silber, Berlin, sight size 21 x 26 in., in a period molded walnut frame with gilt liner. $100-200 457B Large Map of the United States, Compiled from official surveys, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Harry E. King, C. E., 1900, depicting the “United States territories and insular possessions. Showing the extent of public surveys, Indian, military, and forest reservations, rail roads, canals, and other details...,” printed in color, mounted on linen, approx. 60 x 82 1/2 in. $250-350 458 Group of Assorted Mostly Cruise Ship Menus, 20th century, some trains and restaurants, including American Export Lines, Compagnie Generale Transatlantique French Line, Swedish American Line, MooreMcCormack Lines, Furness Bermuda Line, Cunard/White Star, Matson Line, Panama Line, Alaska Steamship Co., United Fruit Company Steamship Service, Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen, Red Star Line, Greek Line, Matson, and Boston & Maine. $200-300 459 Group of Assorted Luggage Labels, 20th century, includes paper labels and luggage tags for international hotels, airlines, railroads, and ocean liners. $200-300 460 Large Collection of Travel Ephemera, mostly late 19th to mid-20th century travel brochures for destinations both foreign and domestic including railway, airway, ocean liners, road trips, highlights of local attractions, numerous Hawaii brochures, etc. $300-500 461 Large Hand-painted Plywood “Cott Pale Dry Ginger Ale” Beverage Sign, Manchester, New Hampshire, cutout bottle-form sign, total ht. approx. 11 1/2 ft., wd. 41 in. $300-500

462 Vintage Dad’s Root Beer Bottle Cap-form Embossed Tin Advertising Sign, midcentury, dia. 29 in. $300-500 462A Large Group of Advertising Printed Ephemera, late 19th to mid-20th century, comprising numerous advertising premium pamphlets, recipe booklets, instructional booklets, manufacturing product catalogs, automobile brochures, cigar box labels, pocket calendars and booklets, medical handbooks, drink coasters, etc. $400-600 463 Two Vintage Advertising Signs, an enameled tin Morton’s Salt sign, lg. 27 1/4, and a double-sided cardboard Hills Bros. Coffee sign, lg. 45 1/4 in. $200-400 463A Group of Lithographed Die-cut Advertising Posters, including two stand-up Bayuk Cigars Indian figures, a stand-up Westinghouse Mazda Lamps with clown figure, Campbell’s Variety in Soups, Monarch Paint housepainter, Minard’s “Rub It In” Liniment, Disney Wonderful World of Color Valentines, seven WWI and WWII Red Cross figural stand-up posters, seven WWII theme Liberty Bonds bells, JOIN, Uncle Sam Liberty Bonds, poster, Statue of Liberty Government Bond poster, Liberty Bonds bomb, War Savings Stamps arrow; three stand-up posters: two Miner overshoes for scouts ads, and an Inter Woven Sock ad, approx. 30 items. $600-800 464 Group of Theatre and Motion Picture Related Paper Ephemera, primarily first half 20th century, including souvenir programs, playbills, advertisements for actors of the stage and screen, theatre advertisements etc. $200-300 465 Three Rival Dog Food Vintage Advertising Items, a red-painted pressed steel child’s wagon, a can-shaped lithographed cardboard easel sign, 22 x 12 1/2, and a large reproduced photograph poster commemorating the billionth can of Rival dog food sold with “Miss Billionth Can” and a cake inscribed “Rival Billionth Caniversary,” 47 x 40 in. $150-250

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465A Four Rival Dog Food Vintage Advertising Items, two electric clocks, wd. to 15 1/2 in., a 10-in. vinyl record of the Rival Dog Food song, and a pressed steel Buddy L Rival Dog Food truck. $300-500 466 Eight Assorted Glass “PEANUTS” Countertop Jars, five “Squirrel Brand” labeled jars with paper and lithograph labels, two with lithographed tin lids, two with glass lids; two “Toms” brand peanut jars, one with a cover, a “LUMMIS Salted Peanuts” jar with cover, and a molded hippo-form jar with cover, ht. 7 3/4 to 14 1/2 in. $300-500 467 Seven “Planters Peanuts” Glass Countertop Jars, two eight-sided “pennant” jars, four jars with lithograph labels and Mr. Peanut figures, four with covers, two covers with peanut finials, ht. 7 1/4 to 12 1/2 in. $300-500 468 Large Lot of Travel Ephemera, mostly late 19th to mid-20th century travel brochures for destinations both foreign and domestic including railway, airway, ocean liners, road trips, highlights of local attractions, etc. $300-500 468A Group of Travel-related Ephemera, early to mid-20th century assorted foreign and domestic airway, railway, ocean liner, and automobile destinations, booklets, and brochures of points of interest. $300-500 469 Group of Lithographed Tin Advertising Containers, including two “Van Dyk Teas & Coffees” labeled pumpkin and apple-form containers, ten peanut butter pails, with “Sultana” “Pickaninny Brand,” “Monarch,” “Teddie,” “Old Reliable,” two with nursery rhyme characters, etc.; and five spice cannisters. $400-600 470 Five Chromolithographed Tin Peanuts/ Peanut Butter Tins, Kittens Wastebasket, and a “Planter’s Peanuts” Burlap Bag, tin ht. 6 1/4 to 11 in. $200-250

471 Sixth-plate Ambrotype of a Black Couple and Two Portrait Tintypes, the ambrotype depicting a seated man and woman, in a pressed paper/leather case, (emulsion deterioration case split); and two tintypes of two gents with a rustic background, and one of two ladies and a seated gentleman. $150-200 471A Group of Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, Tintypes, and Photographs, eight sixth-plate size daguerreotypes: five of young ladies, and three men; nine sixth-plate size ambrotypes: a standing soldier, a seated soldier, three of young men, two with two young ladies, a single lady, and two of children; seven ninthplate size: two young ladies, three men, an elderly woman, and a baby, and a very small portrait of a lady; nine assorted tintypes, one in a thermoplastic frame, one in a cast iron frame; and four cabinet cards, and six cartesde-visite, one in a cast iron frame. $200-300 472 Group of Arm & Hammer and Audubon Bird-related Ephemera, fourteen Arm & Hammer Soda lithograph on paper advertising signs, including Capercalzee, Hawk, Snow Goose, Green Winged Teal, Canada Goose, Blue Winged Teal, Osprey, Flamingo, Black Canada Grouse, White Owl, Magpie (2), Blue Grouse, and Purple Grackle; a collection of twenty-nine Arm & Hammer vintage “Useful Birds of America” trading cards, a complete ninth series nos. 1-15, and a tenth series nos. 1-15, lacking no. 5; and a complete set of Audubon Series III “Fifty Summer Birds of Eastern North America” cards, from original paintings by Allan Brooks. $300-500 472A Group of Assorted Advertising, Posters, and Ephemera, late 19th to late 20th century, advertising products films, events, highlights including a framed “Italia” Line cruise ship poster, 1939 New York World’s Fair vignettes on paper, Art Nouveau “Victoria Bicycles,” “Prudential Girl 1915,” WWII American Flag “GIVE IT YOUR BEST,” Nurnsburg [Opera] Festival, British Navy Chewing Tobacco, Empire Strikes Back re-release movie poster, early 20th century automobile ads, late 19th and early 20th century college fraternity hazing posters (one from Princeton class of 1886), a few calendar art, art posters, approx. sixty items total, sizes to 40 3/4 x 35 in. unframed, a few mounted on canvas. $600-800

473 Large Group of Travel Ephemera, mostly late 19th to mid-20th century travel brochures for destinations both foreign and domestic including railway, airway, ocean liners, several WWII related, road trips, maps, highlights of local attractions, etc. $1,000-1,500 474 Group of Assorted Flags, Pennants, and Fabric Ephemera, including Americana, a Liberty Bell-themed cloth, several small travel and ship-themed pennants, camp scarves, several Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts items, a Japanese flag, and a towel from the PanamaPacific Exposition of 1915. $100-150 475 Two Suitcases Containing a Magician’s Accoutrements, early to mid-20th century items including numerous trick accessories, scarves, cards, boxes, canes, wood, glass, and metal items, books, and a small table with a collapsible base. $200-300 476 Andrew Johnson (1808-1875) Military Document, one page, July 30th, 1866, on vellum, military appointment of Nathaniel Michler to Brigadier General in the United States Army, with stamped signature from President Andrew Johnson, countersigned by Edwin M. Stanton as Secretary of War, seal intact, 18 1/2 x 15 5/8 in. $200-300 476A Group of WWI &II Era Lithograph Posters, Broadsides, and Educational Posters, several Red Cross, war effort campaigns for: War Savings Stamps, Liberty Bonds, American Library Association, austerity, recruiting, a few foreign, approx. forty-five total, sizes to 31 1/2 x 24 in., unframed. $600-800 477 Lithographed Tin and Wood “Putnam Dye” Countertop Display Case, ht. 14 1/2, wd. 18 3/4, dp.7 1/4 in. $150-250 478 Thomas, Lord Fairfax (1693-1781), Signed Land Grant, on vellum, dated January 28, 1749, possibly discussing the surveying of his land in Virginia, mounted under glass, (holes, tears, losses), sheet size 11 x 14 1/4 in. $100-200

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479 Large Group of Assorted Movie Theatre Lobby Cards, 20th century, films include Let’s Do It Again, The Young Racers, and Terror in the Wax Museum. $600-800 480 Group of Travel Brochures and Paper Ephemera, 20th century, including an assortment of hotel pamphlets, postcards, advertisements for assorted local attractions, and guide books. $300-500 481 Large Collection of Assorted Printed Vintage Recipe Booklets and Pamphlet, primarily early to mid-20th century advertising and insurance premiums, of a wide variety of food categories. $300-400 481A Seven “Planters Peanuts” Glass Countertop Jars, one with four molded peanuts around the sides, one fishbowl-shape, five with “PLANTERS” letters in relief, two with lithograph labels, four with covers, two with peanut finials, one in original box, one with damaged corner, ht. 8 1/2 to 13 1/2 in. $300-500 482 Group Lithograph Paper Advertising Items Including Corn Flakes Poster, Tobacco and Gum Trading Cards, a Kellogg’s Corn Flakes lithograph poster with the “Story of Corn and Corn Flakes,” a complete set of 50 “Railway Engines” issued with “W.D. & H.O. Wills” tobacco of Great Britain and Ireland; approx. 60 Cardo Chewing Gum “Aeroplanes” trading cards from series B, C, and D, and eighteen series A “U.S. Navy” trading cards; and approx. seventy-three Arm and Hammer “Useful Birds of America” trading cards. $150-250 483 Group of Copied Negatives, Transfers, and Photographic Glass Plates Depicting California, San Francisco, the Gold Rush, and Related Figures and Scenery, primarily copies of original photos and earlier works including several photographic glass negative plates and films depicting engravings, daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, cabinet cards, and newspaper articles with California scenes, maps, Gold Rush figures including James W. Marshall who first discovered gold at Sutter’s Mill, mill scenes, figures, and documents. $200-250

484 Group of Assorted Vintage Advertising and Ephemera, a 1937 Folies Bergere “En Super Folies” program starring Josephine Baker, a group of assorted automobile advertisements, including a Buick ad from Vanity Fair, a copy of the October 1926 “Buick Bulletin,” and a framed Buick ad from The Literary Bulletin, October 2, 1926, and a Charles Dana Gibson book, “Our Neighbors.” $200-250 484A “NEW HAVEN BAKING CO.” Wooden Biscuit Box Filled with Mostly 19th Century Ephemera, primarily from the Linsly Homestead, North Branford, Connecticut, area, containing a small box with arrowheads found on the homestead, numerous letters of correspondence, several printed paper grade school rewards of merit, receipts, lithographed postcards, advertising cards, sewing needle cases, valentines, holiday cards, stereocards, etc. $300-500 485 Group of Theatre and Motion Picture Related Paper Ephemera, primarily early 20th century, including souvenir programs, playbills, advertisements for actors of the stage and screen, theatre advertisements, etc. $300-500 486 Lot of Railroad Ephemera and Collectibles, late 19th/20th century, including numerous times tables/schedules, routes, advertising tour pamphlets, cast iron locomotive/railway paperweight inscribed: “American Locomotive Company,” “Union Pacific Railroad Challenger Type.” $300-500 486A Group of Railroad Ephemera, including travel brochures, tours, time tables/schedules, passenger tickets, catalogs, etc. $300-500 487 Large Collection of Assorted Printed Vintage Recipe Booklets and Pamphlet, primarily early to mid-20th century advertising and insurance premiums, of a wide variety of food categories. $300-400

487A Group of Lithographed Tin Advertising Containers, twelve assorted peanut butter pails including “Peter Pan,” “Buffalo Brand,” “Squirrel Brand,” “Sultana,” etc., a marshmallow tin with “Jackie” Cooper, two “Schepp’s Coconut” tins, four “Fry’s Cocoa Extract” cannisters, an “Ex-Lax” pocket tin, five spice cannisters, two other tins, a “Abraham Lincoln” cabin-form pottery bank with “Van Dyk Teas” advertising on the bottom, and a small stoneware pottery jar. $400-600 488 Seventeen Assorted Historical, Commemorative, and Collectible Medals, including a rectangular Freemasonry medal commemorating the dedication of the House of the Temple, 1915; a New York City Democratic National Convention medal, 1924; a Karl Gustaf XV, King of Sweden, coronation medal, 1973; a New England Gladiolus Society award, 1940; a Hackney Bros. Body Co. centennial medal, 1954; a San Diego 200th Anniversary medal, 1969; a First National City Bank “150 Years of Service” medal, 1962; a National Surety Company/Joyce Silver Jubilee Medal, 1929; a Mathieson Chemicals “Fifty Years of Service” medal, 1942; a Joan of Arc gilded plaster medallion; a Travelers Insurance Company 10th Anniversary Testimonial medal, 1925; a mounted Fritzsche Brothers Incorporated 75th Anniversary medal, 1946; a United States Army Indian Wars medal of service; a United States Bicentennial medallion, 1976; and an “Unveiling Washington Monument” commemorative badge, 1897. $400-600 489 Magic Lantern, Glass Slides, and Stereoscope Cards, a painted sheet iron “Carbutt’s Dry Plate Lantern” with cast iron feet, eleven glass “orotypes” photography portrait plates depicting early 20th century, mostly Boston, soldiers, men, and women; and a wooden box with approx. 185 stereoscope cards with WWI scenes, nature, scenery, and historical views. $200-250 490 Large Ephemera Group Containing Postcards, Photos, and Advertisements. $200-250 490A Lot of Instruction Manuals, Household, Farm, and Industrial Paper/Ephemera, pamphlets, booklets, including food preparation, childcare, healthcare, woodworking, operation manuals, etc. $200-300

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491 Nine Assorted Presidential-related Medals and Collectibles, mostly bronze, a 1925 Washington medal commemorating the 35th Annual Congress of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution in Swampscott, Massachusetts, from the Massachusetts State Society branch; a Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew inauguration medal, 1973; a Dwight D. Eisenhower inauguration medal, 1953; a John F. Kennedy inauguration medal, 1961; a William McKinley commemorative medal, with inauguration, assassination, and death dates, 1901; a Ronald Reagan inauguration medal, 1981; a badge issued to the U.S. Army Military Police protective unit for the inauguration of George W. Bush, 2001; a Jimmy Carter inauguration medal, 1977; and a George W. Bush cowboy hat Presidential Business Commission keepsake on walnut base. $200-300 492 Victorian Photo Album with Tintypes, Cartes-de-visite, and other Early Photography, approx. twenty-one tintypes, thirteen cartes-de-visite, several photographs, depicting men, women, and children, (album cover split, outer spine missing). $150-200 492A Nineteen Silver Print Photographs Documenting the Construction of the Park Street Building, Boston, c. 1922-24. $200-250 493 Group of Assorted Medals and Ribbons, with a number of Massachusetts-related and military medals, many presented to Frederick E. Cheever, including three medals from the 150th anniversary of Phillips Academy, 1928, one from the centenary of the Washington Lodge of Roxbury, 1896, a Battle of Lexington Centennial medallion, 1875, a Harvard Decennial medallion, a large member’s ribbon and medallion from the Nahatan Tribe No. 89 of Norwood, a Veteran’s medal from the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts for fifty years of service, 1912, a medal and ribbon from the Sovereign Grand Lodge Boston, 1920, a Sons of the American Revolution World War I service medal, a Town of Andover World War I service medal, a small medal awarded by the U.S. Treasury for service on behalf of the Liberty Loan, two Grand Army of the Republic veteran’s service badges, two Woman’s Relief Corps badges, and a number of buttons, coins, and assorted souvenir medallions. $200-400

494 Group of Stereoscopic Cards, topics including Columbian Exposition, New England and United States scenic, children and pets, Scotland, Ireland, President McKinley, comedic couples and families, approx. fiftyseven total. $100-200 495 Nine Cased Early Photographic Portraits and a Framed Panoramic Photographic View of State Street, Springfield, Massachusetts, including a ninth-plate daguerreotype and an ambrotype of a soldier in a single case, four daguerreotypes: quarterplate of a mother and child, and a husband and wife in a single case, a ninth-plate portrait of a young woman; ninth-plate ambrotype portraits of a young girl and a middle-aged woman; and a ninth-plate tintype of a young woman, the Springfield print 4 3/4 x 11 1/2 in. $200-250 496 Sixth-plate Ambrotype of a Stable Boy with a Pony, in a pressed-paper/leather case, (minor dust). $400-600 496A Tintype of a Man Wearing an Athletic Sweater and Cap, with a Woman Wearing a Fancy Hat, the sweater with “97” (backwards), unframed, (scratches), 3 1/2 x 2 in. $200-250 497 Ambrotype Portrait Photograph of a Gentleman and Two Portraits of Children, a sixth-plate portrait of a bearded gentleman in a pressed-paper/leather case, and two ninth-plate portraits of a young girl and boy mounted in a “Scroll” (Krainik 532) thermoplastic Union case, (varnish on gentleman with craquelure and separation, case split, children’s case with chipped edges). $150-250 498 Sixth-plate Ambrotype Portrait of Two Sisters, in a black “Scroll/Geometric” (Krainik 295) Union case, (brown-toned halo to emulsion). $150-250

499 Three Ambrotype Portraits of Children, two sixth-plate size of a little girl and a little boy seated on a chair, and a ninth-plate portrait of an infant, mounted in pressed-paper/leather cases and frame, (imperfections). $300-500 500 Half-plate Ambrotype Family Portrait, depicting a mother and father two daughters and a son, in a “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 16) Union case, (spots and smear to emulsion, case with corner and edge chips). $300-500

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Discovery Auction
Session II – May 23, 2013
Featuring The Early Photography Collection of Rod MacKenzie & Scientific Instruments
Sale 2654M May 22 & 23, 2013 Marlborough

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Provenance
Skinner is pleased to offer for sale Property from the Collection of the Historic Charles Street Inn. Located at 94 Charles Street and built in 1860, the early Victorian structure features rooms with a variety of carved Italian marble fireplaces, exhibits multiple styles of moldings and carved ceiling medallions, as well as several window types, a selection of brass Rococo chandeliers, and solid carved walnut doors. This variety was intentional—94 Charles Street was initially used as a model home, the first of its type in America. Over the years it has served many purposes—from 1999 until recently a luxury boutique hotel—and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The furnishings offered here at Skinner, including high style armoires and linen presses, Victorian parlor furniture, and quality late 19th century clocks, recall the splendor of the building’s early days. Lots 1020-22, 1070-72, 1078-80, 1085, 1087, 1092-94, 1105-07, 1113-15, 1121-22, 1128-30, 1135-37, 1142-44, 1152, 1155-57, 1163-65, 1170-72, 1178-80, 1185-87, and 1192-94.

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Session II
The Early Photography Collection of Rod MacKenzie
Lots 501–692
501 Quarter-plate Ambrotype Portraits of a Husband and Wife, with tinted faces, in a black “The Sweet Potato Dinner” (Krainik 17) Union case, (faint streak at u.c., minor mat scratches to man, minor dust). $200-250 502 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype of a Man and an Ambrotype Portrait of His Wife and Daughter, with tinted faces and gilt highlights, mounted together in a brown “The Two Lovers Going to the Well” (Krainik 13) Union case, (the man with tarnished edges, minor corrosion spots, and dust, the mother and daughter with scattered spots and dust). $300-500 503 Quarter-plate Ambrotype Portrait of a Young Woman Wearing a Lacy White Shaw, with tinted cheeks and gilt highlights, in a brown “Sir Roger de Coverly and the Gypsies” (Krainik 29) Union case, (scattered dust). $200-250 504 Three Quarter-plate Size Union Cases, an oversize black case depicting “Two Lovers Going to the Well” (Krainik 33), manufactured at A.P. Critchlow & Co., Florence, Massachusetts, 1853-57, one side of the interior molded with five small compartments fitting two ninth-plate and three sixteenth-plate size photographs, with the original manufacturer’s label; and two brown cases: “Lyre in Arched Portal” and “The Capture of Major Andre” (Krainik 45, 18, 52), (imperfections). $200-400 505 Quarter-plate Ambrotype Portrait of a Sea Captain, his occupation inscribed on a note inside the case reading: “John Henry Francis/Salem, Mass/Sea Captain/Aunt Abby Hall’s nephew,” in a combination black “The Indian Monument, Havanna [sic], Cuba” and “The Indian Monument, Havanna [sic], Cuba (Reverse)” (Krainik 22, 23) Union case, (faint streak to background l.r.). $300-500 506 Five Assorted Early Photography Portraits Including Half-plate Tintype Family Group, a half-plate tintype portrait of a mother and father and four young adult children, three ninth-plate portraits: an ambrotype of a young man, a tintype of a young woman holding a book, and one of a young girl; and a very small tintype portrait of a bearded man. $150-200 507 Half-plate Ambrotype Portrait of the Ballou Family and a Sixth-plate Portrait of a Related Young Woman, a label on the reverse of the family portrait is inscribed “Three Ballou brothers, Gilbert, Stephen, Russell, Laura (their sister)/their mother& father (sitting)...,” and a related ambrotype of a young woman, in a pressed leather/paper case. $100-150 508 Three Daguerreotype Images of Painted Portraits, two sixth-plates, one of a sketch of a girl, one a folk art portrait of a gentleman identified “Great Grandfather William F. Kimball” on a paper label, and one quarterplate of a portrait of a woman wearing a fancy bonnet, all in partial pressed leather/paper cases, (dust, scratches, wipes). $100-150 509 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Mother and Two Daughters, the figures with tinted cheeks, in a brown “Geometric Scroll” (Krainik 14) Union case, (tarnished edge and minor dust). $200-250 509A Three Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Women, one holding a book, her cheeks tinted and her jewelry with gilt highlights, in a black “Scroll/Geometric” (Krainik 302) Union case, (minor edge tarnish and dust); one wearing a plaid dress with a lace collar and sleeves, in a brown “Geometric” (Krainik 333) Union case; edge tarnish, minor mat scratches, spiders, and dust); the last wearing a plaid scarf around her neck, in a black “Scroll” (Krainik 321) Union case, (edge tarnish, minor spiders and dust). $200-300 510 Very Rare Half-plate Black “The Vision of Ezekiel” Union Case, manufactured by Holmes, Booth, & Hayden, Waterbury, Connecticut, (Krainik 11), (imperfections). $200-250

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511 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of Two Young Women, in a brown “Bountiful Harvest” (Krainik 47) Union case, with embossed red velvet case pad “J.H. WHITEHURST GALLERIES/NEW YORK/WASHINGTON D.C./BALTIMORE/ RICHMOND/NORFOLK/PETERSBURG & LYNCHBURG,” (edges tarnished, spiders, dust, scattered scratches, wipes u.r. and l.l.). Note: Jesse Harrison Whitehurst (18231875) was working in the Baltimore area in the 1850s and 1860s as a daguerreotypist, photographer, and entrepreneur. $300-500 512 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Woman, in a black “The Holy Family” (Krainik 12) Union case, (minor edge tarnish, scratches to left edge, minor dust). $300-500 513 Four Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits, two depicting young ladies, two depicting young men, in pressed paper/leather partial cases. $200-300 514 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Man, possibly taken by Lorenzo Chase, Boston, in a brown “Geometric/ Scroll” (Krainik 55) Union case, the brass mat impressed “CHASE,” (edge tarnish, minor spiders, and dust). $200-250 515 Large Group of Mostly Late 19th Century Photographs, including a B & M Railroad locomotive, horse-drawn fire engine ladder truck, naval steam vessel, Mayflower steamship, town and street scenes, landscapes, house portraits, house interiors, churches, two photos of pyramids of barrels, the rock on Lexington, (Massachusetts) Green with Minute Man Captain Parker quote, a sawmill scene, eight framed, approx. seventy pieces total. $200-250 516 Fourteen Assorted Small Mostly Gilt Brass Mounted Daguerreotype Portraits, depicting young ladies, young men, and one of a small child, several mounted in gilt-brass lockets, one in a low grade gold brooch, dia. 3/8 to 1 3/8 in. $200-300

517 Half-plate Ambrotype Portrait of Five Sisters, with tinted cheeks and gilt highlights, in a black “The Bowl of Fruit” (Krainik 13) Union case, (minor mat scratches). $300-500 518 Albumen Photographic Print of Alvan Clark (1804-1887) and His Two Sons, taken by T.R. Burnham, Boston, c. 1870s, mammoth size print, in a molded walnut frame with gilt liner. Note: Alvan Clark was born in Ashfield, Massachusetts. He started out earning a living as an engraver and later by painting portrait miniatures until about 1860. He also developed an interest in making reflective telescopes and lenses. In about 1850, with his two sons George Bassett Clark, and Alvan Graham Clark, they founded the firm Alvan Clark & Sons, in Cambridgeport, Massachusetts. They were the foremost manufacturers of large refracting telescopes in the world in the late 19th century. $300-500 518A Seven Ninth-plate Portraits of Women in Seven Eight-sided Union Cases, three ambrotypes: a young woman, an elderly woman wearing glasses, and one of two girls, probably sisters; four tintypes of young women. $100-150 519 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Family, depicting a mother, father, young girl, and a toddler boy or girl, in a black “Scroll, Cutout Center” (Krainik 82) Union case, (tarnish, minor spiders and dust). $250-350 520 Quarter-plate Opalotype Portrait of a Woman Wearing a Paisley Shawl, in a black “The Lily” (Krainik 88) Union case, (minor emulsion discoloration to background edges). Note: Opalotypes are an early form of photography in which images were printed on sheets of translucent white glass, also called milk glass. $100-150 521 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of Three Young Men in Mourning, the center man with a handkerchief loosely held in his pocket holding the hand of the man on the right who has a handkerchief in his hand, in a black “Morning (Day with the Genius of Light)” (Krainik 40) Union case, (edge tarnish, minor spiders and dust). $300-500

522 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of Four Sisters, the subjects identified on a note inscribed “The Norwood sisters. Original daguerreotype taken about 1856...,” with gilt highlights, in a brown combination “The Memorial” and “The Lord’s Prayer” (Krainik 44 and 41) Union case, (edges tarnished, minor spiders, tarnish spots, and dust). $200-250 523 Nine Late 19th Century Cabinet Cards Depicting Buildings and Landscapes Of the Town of Princeton Massachusetts, two cards showing Bagg Hall and the Library in its original setting; and a single cabinet card depicting the Sterling, Massachusetts, town common, looking west.. $75-125 524 Very Rare Brown Quarter-plate “The Horse Race” Union Case, S. Peck & Co., New Haven, Connecticut, (Krainik 86) with manufacturer’s label. $100-150 525 Four Sixth-plate Ambrotype Portraits and Two Quarter-plate Union Cases, plates depicting a mother holding twin babies, a baby in a carriage possibly deceased or sleeping, a young bearded man, and a girl, mounted in “Scroll/Floral,” combination “Angel with Flower Cornucopia” with an unlisted, “Bouquet of Flowers,” and “Scroll/Geometric,” (Krainik 344, 157 and unknown, 341, 351, respectively) Union cases; and a black “Scroll/Floral” and a brown “Flowers in Oval” (Krainik 73, 48) quarter-plate Union cases, (imperfections). $400-600 526 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Boy Standing Beside a Table with His Hat and Buggy Whip, in a brown combination “Seated Liberty with Shield” and “Seated Liberty with Shield and Stars” (Krainik 106, 108) Union case, (imperfections). $200-250 527 Four Sixth-plate Ambrotype Family Portraits in a Common Union Case, possibly Worcester, Massachusetts, c. 1860, a father, mother, boy and a girl, and two girls, with tinted cheeks, an inscription on one of the paper case liners reads “1860 Worcester,” in a double sixth-plate size “Girl with Flower Basket” (Krainik 91) Union case, (mat rubs, minor solarization, and scattered dust). $200-250

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528 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Family, depicting a father, mother and two little girls, with tinted cheeks and gilt highlighting the woman’s brooch, in a black “Scroll, Cutout Center” (Krainik 82) Union case backed with blue velvet, (tarnish, faint streak u.l., minor spiders, minor mat scratches. $300-500 529 Quarter-plate Ambrotype Portrait of a Bearded Gentleman, the man with tinted cheeks, the backing paper inscribed “Jacob W. Mooar-Apl 28h/60,” the case manufacturer’s label inscribed “Jacob W. Mooar-/Given to O.T.G. April 28h 1860,” in a brown “Bountiful Harvest” (Krainik 47) Union case. $150-200 530 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Deceased Young Boy, mounted in one half of a brown double sixth-plate “The Flower Bier” (Krainik 94) Union case, (minor tarnish and dust). $300-500 531 Four Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Women in a Common Union Case, the four women representing three generations, the youngest with tinted cheeks and background, in a double sixth-plate size combination “The Faithful Hound” and “Girl with Flower Basket” (Krainik 91) Union case, the interior with four molded sixth-plate size apertures, (minor edge tarnish, dust). $200-250 531A Eight Ninth-plate Portraits of Gentlemen in Thermoplastic Union Cases, seven ambrotypes and one tintype mounted in eight-sided cases: “Scroll, Gilded Center,” “The Chess Players,” “Geometric/Scroll,” “Geometric,” “Geometric/Scroll,” “Scroll,” “Single Rose, Floral/Scroll,” and one unlisted, (Krainik 591, 580, 588, 587, 605, 600, 584, respectively), (imperfections). $100-150

532 Group of Cabinet Cards, Depicting Presidents, Political Figures, Writers, Literary Figures, and Actors, American presidents and related cards including three of Garfield, one of Garfield’s assassin, two of Grover Cleveland and one of his wife, Frances Folsom Cleveland, and Mrs. Benjamin Harrison; writers and literary figures including Louisa May Alcott, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., Robert Browning, Frederick Hedge, Henry Clarke Warren, Max Muller, and George William Curtis; actors including two of Edwin Booth, noted Shakespearean actor and brother of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth, Will Seymour, John, McCullough, Sarah Bernhardt, Lilly Langtree, Alice Atherton, child actress Florence Washburn, Kate Forsyth, Julia Malowe, and Olive Logan; and ten cartes-de-visite depicting members of the artistic Bierstadt family, approx. forty-six total. $200-250 533 Sixth-plate Ambrotype Portraits of an Elderly Couple, the couple identified as “Caleb Gould and wife” on packing box inscription, both with tinted cheeks, in a black “Beehive and Farm Tools” (Krainik 123) Union case, (lacquer imperfections on both portraits). $200-250 534 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of Two Sisters, possibly taken by Loyal Moss (Moses) Ives, Boston, in a black “Vase of Flowers” (Krainik 50) Union case, the brass mat impressed “<IVES>,” (edge tarnish, minor corrosion, spiders, and dust). $200-250 535 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Husband and Wife, possibly Lorenzo Chase, Boston, in a brown “Scroll/Floral” (Krainik 76) Union case, (dent along lower edge, minor scratches, spiders, and dust). $200-250 536 Two Sixth-plate Ambrotype Portraits Depicting Four Sisters, with tinted cheeks and gilt highlights, in a brown “Highland Chief” (Krainik 130) Union case, (lacquer imperfections). $200-250 537 Four Sixth-plate Tintype Family Portraits in a Common Union Case, a father, mother, two boys, and four girls, with tinted cheeks and gilt highlights, in a brown double sixth-plate size “Spray of Strawberries” (Krainik 93) Union case. $200-250

538 Large Assorted Group of Mostly Late 19th Century Portrait Photographs, Cabinet Cards, Cartes-de-visite, and Stereocards, numerous portraits of men, women, brides, children, a nude woman, kittens, family groups, costumed figures, groups of students, artists, businessmen including the “Joint Standing Committee on Railroads 1899,” working class individuals, numerous cartesde-visite, several with tax stamps affixed to the back, some photographs are in cardboard portfolios, a few are framed; and eighteen stereocards with assorted subjects including scenic, children, historical houses and monuments, pretty ladies, etc. $200-400 539 Five Sixth-plate Union Cases, two black: “The Farmer’s Dream” and combination “Children with Pets” and “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 138, 140 and 260); three brown: “Chasse au Faucon,” “The Tight Cork,” and “The Chess Players” (Krainik 132, 133, and 134, respectively). $200-250 540 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Married Couple, the couple with tinted cheeks and gilt highlights, identified on a note in the case inscribed “Andrew Jackson Snow, son of Josephas, grandson of John, and his wife Lucy Jane Burpee, daughter of Ebenezer,” in a brown “Tiny Heads in Oval” (Krainik 56) Union case, (minor edge tarnish, dust, and a small spot of corrosion). Note: Andrew Jackson Snow was born in Dublin, New Hampshire, on March 29, 1822. He was the fifth of eight children born to Josephus and Eleanor (Gilchrist) Snow. He married Lucy Jane Burpee on April 8, 1847, and resided in Medway, Massachusetts. His grandfather, John Snow Esq., was a Revolutionary War soldier. An 1880 Westborough, Worcester County, Massachusetts, census states Andrew was working in a straw shop at the age of 58. $200-250 541 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of an Ill or Deceased Man, in a black “The Daguerreian Gallery” (Krainik 119) Union case, (edge tarnish). $300-500

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542 Double Sixth-plate Ambrotype Portraits of a Couple and a Man Wearing a Top Hat, each with tinted cheeks and gilt highlights, in a black “Teasing Her Dog” (Krainik 137) Union case, inscribed in pencil on the case manufacturer’s paper label behind the portrait of the man wearing the top hat: “Aaron BradiVan O’Linda/Born Florida, NY on the Mohawk, 1818/Died in Amsterdam, NY Apr. 20 1876/ Descended from a Mohawk Indian Chief,” (lacquer imperfections, minor surface grime). $300-500 542A Fifteen Early Photographic Sixteenthplate Portraits in Union Cases, eight of young ladies including four ambrotypes, three tintypes, and one photograph on paper; six of boys and men including one ambrotype, five tintypes, and one photograph on paper, mounted in assorted Union cases, of which two are listed as rare: “Indian Profile,” and “The Young Tar” (Krainik 617, 618). $100-150 543 Two Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Couples, the first depicts a woman wearing a windowpane pattern dress, the man’s necktie is tinted light blue; the second shows a woman holding a book on her lap titled BUNYAN’S PILGRIM’S PROGRESS on the spine, the man is wearing plaid trousers, mounted in “The Lion in Love” (very rare), and “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 147, 221) Union cases, (imperfections). $300-500 544 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Bearded Gentleman, in a brown “Scroll/ Geometric” (Krainik 57) Union case, (edge tarnish, minor spiders and dust). $200-250

545 Group of Cabinet Cards, Depicting Military Figures, Musicians, Hunting Parties, European Royalty, Scotsmen, and Places of Interest, eight military figures including one of General Sherman, the others little known or unidentified; nine depicting musicians, some playing banjos, fiddles, bells and water glasses, one of Chauncy Olcott, a tenor; three depicting hunters or hunting parties, ten depicting Scotsmen in their native costume, (six are cartes-de-visite); several European and British royalty including Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, Franz Joseph I Emperor of Austria, his son Rudolf, Archduke of Austria, Rudolpf’s wife Princess Stéphanie of Belgium, Sadi Carnot, French president, Edward Stanley, British Statesman, Prince Albert Victor, grandson of Queen Victoria; also one of French republican statesman Leon Gambetta; places and objects of interest including the tomb of Washington at Mount Vernon, a bird’s-eye view of Newport, Vermont, Boylston St., Boston, c. 1891, a view of a Nantucket sidewheeler Island Home, and the U.S. cruiser San Francisco in Boston Harbor, approx. fortyone total. $200-250 546 Four Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Three Young Men and an Older Gentleman, the first young man, likely a sailor, is wearing a soft, brimmed cap, his necktie tied with a sailor’s knot; the second young man with hair parted to the side wearing a fringed beard; the third is seated, holding a folding ruler; the last, an older man, is seated with one arm resting on a table, mounted in “Two Pears,” “The Nesting Birds,” “Geometric/Floral,” and “Voyage of Life, The Launching” (Krainik 178, 168, 248, 150, respectively) Union cases, (imperfections). $500-700 547 Five Sixth-plate Size Thermoplastic Union Cases, four brown: a rare “The Ten Dollar Gold Piece with Floral Border,” “The Deer and the Pine Tree,” “Shield with Ribbon of Stars,” and “The Bowl of Fruit,” and a black “Birds at the Fountain” (Krainik 165, 167, 166, 175, 172), respectively. $200-250 548 Three Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Ladies, the first wearing an offthe-shoulder dress, a dark velvet choker, and black lace mitts, the brass mat impressed “J. STONE,” possibly Boston; the second wearing an oval brooch on her dress collar, seated on a settee with a carved crest; the third wearing a dress with a white eyelet collar, with one arm resting on a table with two books, the tablecloth tinted blue; mounted in “Geometric/ Scroll,” “Roses, Lilies, and Basket of Flowers,” and “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 220, 203, 240) Union cases, (imperfections). $300-500

549 Sixth-plate Ambrotype of a Girl Holding Her Doll and a Tintype of a Boy in a Soldier Costume with a Rifle, in brown “Geometric/ Scroll” and black “Scroll/Geometric” (Krainik 267, 303) Union cases, respectively, (minor imperfections). $200-300 550 Four Sixth-plate Portraits of Mid-19th Century Men and Women, a daguerreotype of an elderly woman knitting while seated beside a table; a pair of ambrotype portraits of a middle-aged married couple identified as “Mr. & Mrs. Henry Coe” on a label affixed to the case behind the gentleman’s portrait; and a daguerreotype of an older gentleman identified in inscriptions “John Howes-Harriet Howes Thompson’s father/Dr. Thompson Jr.’s grandfather” on a paper behind the portrait, mounted in “Bobby Shafto,” “Three Roses,” and “Geometric Scroll” (Krainik 135, 198, 232, respectively) Union cases, (imperfections). $400-600 551 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of a Bearded Man, Two Young Men, and a Gentleman Wearing a Top Hat, mounted in three Union cases: unlisted Scroll with Cameo Center, combination “Grapes in Oval” and “Three Roses,” and “Geometric Scroll” (Krainik unlisted, 187 and 198, and 291, respectively), (imperfections). $300-500 552 Three Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Women, one wearing lacy black mitts, one with her hands resting on her lap, and one wearing a floral calico-print dress, in “Geometric/Scroll,” combination “Floral” and “Whelk Shell with Twisted Border,” and “Geometric Scroll” (Krainik 226, 255 and 210, 269, respectively) Union cases, (minor imperfections). $100-150

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553 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype of a Painted Portrait of Reverend Micah Stone, the gentleman identified in inscriptions on the backing paper behind the portrait, mounted in a black, combination “The Memorial” and “The Lord’s Prayer” (Krainik 44 and 41) Union case, (tarnish, spiders, dust, glass impurities). Note: Rev. Micah Stone was born September 22, 1770, in Reading, Massachusetts, the son of Rev. Eliab Stone and his wife Sarah. He married Sarah Wood (b. 1771) on September 1, 1801, graduated with honors from Harvard College in 1790, became the Preceptor at Phillips Academy at Andover, Massachusetts, served as a tutor at Harvard 1794-95, and was ordained pastor of the third Church at Brookfield, Massachusetts, on March 11, 1801, and remained there as pastor until he died on September 10, 1852, at the age of 82 years. $200-250 554 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of a Young Boy and a Mother and Young Child, the boy seated on a chair holding a buggy whip in his hands; the mother seated beside her toddler who is wearing an off-the-shoulder dress and a coral necklace, mounted in “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 227, 261) Union cases, (minor tarnish ring, dust). $200-300 555 Five Sixth-plate Size Thermoplastic Union Cases, four black: “Wreath of Grapes,” “Lilies with Grapes,” “Large Basket of Flowers,” and “Small Basket of Flowers”; and a brown “Bluebells in Oval” (Krainik 188, 192, 193, 194, 196, respectively). $200-250 556 Two Sixth-plate Daguerreotypes of an Early 19th Century Wax Profile Portrait Miniature and a Folk Portrait Painting of a Gentleman, mounted in black “Single Rose” and “Scroll, Gilded Center” (Krainik 199, 216) Union cases, (imperfections). $250-400 557 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Woman Holding a Cased Photograph, mounted in a tortoiseshell veneer case inlaid with mother-of-pearl and abalone flowers, which appears to be the case she is holding in the image, (minor tarnish, dust). $300-500

557A Twelve Assorted Ambrotype and Tintype Portraits in Oval Union Cases, two ambrotypes: a ninth-plate ambrotype vignette of two children, and a one of a young man; ten tintypes: two sixth-plate size of a young bearded man, and a toddler wearing a fuzzy white coat identified as “Louis E. Lahens/Born 1862/Age 2 1/2”; five ninth-plate size: a young man with a goatee, another young man, a young woman, a toddler holding a white cat, and a baby; three sixteenth size: a young man, a young woman, and a child; mounted in “Scroll,” “Catching Butterflies,” “Scroll,” “Scroll,” “Fruit on the Vine,” “Geometric/ Scroll,” “Scroll,” combination “Bouquet of Roses” and “Catching Butterflies,” “A Rose,” “The Sword and the Olive Branch,” “Fruits of the Harvest,” and “Children at the Style” (Krainik 696, 673, 667, 668, 678, 700, 703, 682 and 673, 681, 713, 715, 710, respectively) oval-shaped Union cases, (imperfections). $100-150 558 Three Sixth-plate Portraits of Ladies, a daguerreotype depicting a woman with curls to either side of her head seated beside a table with an accordion resting on the top; the second, an ambrotype of a woman seated on a chair, wearing a dress with a lace collar and plaid bows down the front; the third, a daguerreotype of a woman wearing a dark moiré and white dotted dress, and black lace mitts; mounted in “Flowers in Scroll,” and “Scroll/Geometric,” (Krainik 201, 213, unlisted, respectively) Union cases, (imperfections). $300-500 559 Three Sixth-plate Portraits of a Boy and His Grandfather, an Old Woman, and a Bearded Gentleman, an ambrotype portrait of a boy standing beside his grandfather who is seated in a chair; an ambrotype portrait of an elderly woman wearing a dress with a white lace collar; and a daguerreotype bust-length vignette of a gentleman with a beard; mounted in “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 260, 260, 222) Union cases, (imperfections). $300-500 560 Four Sixth-plate Portraits of Young Women, a daguerreotype of two women seated on a couch, one wearing a plaid dress; an ambrotype of two sisters wearing dark off-the-shoulder dresses; an ambrotype of a woman wearing a dress with blue-tinted skirt; and a daguerreotype of a woman wearing a dress with a white lace collar, mounted in “Geometric/Scroll,” “Scroll/Geometric,” “Scroll,” and “Scroll/Floral” (Krainik 258, 306, 311, and 318) Union cases, (imperfections). $400-600

561 Half-plate Daguerreotype Three-generation Family Portrait, depicting an elderly couple, a young couple, and an infant, in a pressedpaper/leather case, (minor tarnish and a corrosion spot, case split). $300-500 562 Three Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Ladies, a bust-length portrait of a woman with a slight smile, wearing a cameo brooch centered on her white lace collar; the second woman sitting in a chair, wearing a patterned dress with lace collar, the brass mat impressed “ANSON,” (probably Rufus Anson, New York City); the third woman wearing a dress with a fringed cape and black lace mitts; mounted in “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 226, 237, 256, respectively) Union cases, (imperfections). $300-500 563 Half-plate and Four Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Ladies, the half-plate portrait depicting a young woman seated with one arm resting on a table set with books, the tablecloth tinted blue; four quarter-plates: a woman wearing a floral and lace bonnet seated beside a table holding a book, a woman with a sausage-curl hairstyle, a woman wearing a striped dress with a lacy cape, and a woman wearing a cloak and lacy black mitts, seated with one arm resting on a table, the brass mat impressed “S. ROOT 363 BROADWAY N.Y.” (probably Samuel Root, 1820-1889), each mounted in a pressedpaper/leather case, (imperfections). $300-500 564 Three Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Women, a bust-length vignette of a woman wearing a checked dress with a white eyelet collar, one of a woman resting one arm on a table, holding a Union case with both hands, and one of a woman seated in a chair holding a Union case in one hand; mounted in “Scroll/Geometric Scroll,” “Scroll,” and “Geometric/Scroll/Floral” (Krainik 321/253, 313, and 292) Union cases, (minor imperfections). $300-500 565 Five Sixth-plate Size Thermoplastic Union Cases, four brown: two “Geometric/Scroll,” “Roses and Thistles,” and “Geometric/Flora”; and a black “Geometric/Floral,” (Krainik 221, 234, 206, 217, 225, respectively). $200-250

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565A Twenty-six Assorted Early Photographic Cases, three quarter-plate size, nineteen sixth-plate, and four ninth-plate, most bookform bijou or “jewel” cases with gilt edges, made of a variety of materials including papier-mâché, lacquer, and embossed leather; some paint with flowers and scenes and giltdecorated, some inlaid with mother-of-pearl or abalone, one with a lithograph picture, one embossed brass. $250-350 566 Four Sixth-plate Portraits of Young Women, a tintype of a seated woman wearing a plaid ribbon in her hair; an ambrotype of a woman standing with one hand holding a straw hat and the other resting on a chair back; a tintype of a woman seated in a chair with a scrolled crest; and an ambrotype of a woman wearing a striped off-the-shoulder dress; mounted in “Geometric/Scroll,” “Scroll/Geometric,” and “Scroll/Geometric,” (Krainik 252, 317, 301, respectively) Union cases, (imperfections). $300-450 567 Three Sixth-plate Portraits of a Boy with a Drum and Two Bearded Gentlemen, an ambrotype of a young boy standing holding drumsticks with his hand on a drum which is resting on a chair; and daguerreotypes of a bearded man wearing a straw hat and a young bearded man, in “Grapes and Vine Motif,” “Scroll/Geometric,” and “Star and Peduncle Motif” (Krainik 185, 330, 343) Union cases, (imperfections). $400-600 568 Five Sixth-plate Size Thermoplastic Union Cases, four black: two “Geometric/Scroll,” “Geometric Floral” with gilt oval center, “Geometric Floral”; one brown “Geometric/ Scroll, (Krainik 235, 250, 242, 245, and 246, respectively). $200-250

569 Group of Cabinet Cards, Stereocards, and Miscellaneous Photos, approx. sixty cabinet cards, highlights including three portraits of Sir George Henschel (Isidor Georg Henschel, 1850-1934), a German-born British baritone, pianist, conductor, and composer, and also the first conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 1881, two signed and dated; one of Wilhelm Gericke (1845-1925), an Austrianborn conductor and composer who worked in Vienna, and in Boston conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1884 to 1889 and 1898 to 1906, artist William Henry Hilliard (1836-1905); one of a young lady with flowing curled hair by noted photographer Abaham Bogadus, a New York firefighter, a locomotive conductor; eleven of children, two with a cat, two with a dog, several of clergymen, two female Salvation Army workers, six brides, four stereo cards including Principal Entrance to the Capitol, from the East Side., three of Independence Hall, Philadelphia; a tintype of two couples, and three cartes-de-visites portraits. $150-250 570 Four Cases with Nine Photographic Portraits, a sixth-plate daguerreotype portrait of a young woman holding a book, with touches of paint on her silk bow and the book cover, in a pressed leather/paper case; a pressed leather book-form case containing four ninth-plate portraits: two of women, a boy, and a man three with painted sky in background; a sixth-plate ambrotype portrait of a seated boy wearing a kilt and sporran, in an inlaid black lacquer case; and a sixteenth-plate oval daguerreotype portrait of a young woman in a hinged velvet case with two postage stamp size tintypes of the same woman and a young soldier, in brass mats. $150-200 571 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Husband and Wife, the couple sitting, the man with one arm around the shoulder of the woman, the woman wearing a slight smile, the mat impressed “BENNET” l.c., mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case, (minor tarnish around edges, possible light wipes, case split and missing one edge). $400-600 572 Five Sixth-plate Size Thermoplastic Union Cases, four brown: a rare “Rebekah at the Well,” “Wheel of Cornucopias,” a variant of “Scroll” with gilt center, and “Oval with Acorns”; and a black “Flowers in Scroll,” (Krainik 155, 192, 215, 208, 201, respectively). $200-250

573 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype and Ambrotype Portraits of Two Sisters and a Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Woman, the sisters identified on a note inscribed “Seriah Brush Murry/Phidelia [Brush] Chapman/sisters”; the young woman seated in a chair wearing a patterned dress, mounted in “Geometric Scroll” and “Scroll/ Geometric” (Krainik 277, 304) Union cases, (imperfections). $200-400 574 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of a Bearded Man and Two Sets of Husband and Wife Portraits, five total, one of a young gentleman with a fringe beard; a pair of husband and wife portraits of a man with a beard and a woman wearing a plaid dress; and a pair of bust-length portraits of a young husband wearing a beard, and his wife, wearing an oval brooch at her collar, mounted in “Geometric/Scroll,” “Scroll/Geometric,” and “Geometric Scroll” (Krainik 262, 324, and 361) Union cases, (imperfections). $400-600 575 Three Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of a Young Couple and Two Young Girls, the first a young bearded gentleman seated beside his wife who is wearing a dress with a lace collar and a plaid skirt; a young girl standing, wearing an off-the-shoulder plaid dress; and a toddler girl wearing a fancy lacy bonnet and a plaid dress, identified in inscriptions on the casemaker’s paper label: “Helen J. Bancroft/2Years 8 Mos. & 9 days old/Taken Nov. 20th, 1853”; mounted in eight-sided “Scroll,” “Scroll,” and “Scroll/ Geometric” (Krainik 359, 360, 350), Union cases, (imperfections). $200-250 576 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Man Seated at a Table, Reading a Book, mounted in one half of a pressed-paper/ leather case, (edge tarnish, scattered dust, and spiders). $250-350 577 Five Sixth-plate Size Thermoplastic Union Cases, three brown: a rare “Scallop Shell” case, “Geometric” and “Scroll/Floral”; two black: “Scroll/Geometric” and a Scroll/ Geometric” variant, (Krainik 209, 289, 294, 295, 312), respectively. $200-250

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578 Four Sixth-plate Early Photography Portraits, a daguerreotype of an elderly woman, seated with her arm resting on a table with hand to cheek, the brass mat impressed “BALL & THOMAS,” probably Cincinnati, Ohio; two ambrotypes: one of a young woman wearing a fur collar, and one of a young bearded gentleman; and a tintype of a young woman identified as “Euphemia Wyeth Smith/ Mrs. John Lansden,” on a paper enclosed in the case, mounted in eight-sided “The Chess Players,” “Geometric/Scroll,” “Geometric/ Scroll,” and “Scroll/Geometric” (Krainik 134, 362, 347, 356, respectively) Union cases, (imperfections). $200-250 579 Five Sixth-plate Ambrotype and Tintype Portraits, two ambrotypes: one of a bearded man and his wife who is wearing a floralpatterned dress, the other of a young woman wearing a dress with a lace collar and one arm resting on a table; three tintypes: two of young women, one wearing a plaid dress, the other a girl wearing an off-the-shoulder polka-dotted dress, both with tinted and gilt accents, and one of a young man with a goatee; mounted in “Geometric Scroll,” “Scroll,” “Geometric/ Scroll,” and “Geometric Floral” (Krainik 270, 251, 247) Union cases, (imperfections). $200-250 580 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of an Elderly Couple, the couple sitting, holding hands, the woman smiling and wearing a lace bonnet, her dress with a lace collar, mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case, (minor tarnish around edges, scattered spiders, possible light wipes, case split). $400-600 581 Group of Assorted Cartes-de-visite, most notable subjects: two depicting Charles Sumner (1811-1874), American politician, senator, and abolitionist from Massachusetts; two of Edward Everett, Massachusetts politician, from Massachusetts who served as U.S. Representative, U.S. Senator, and the 15th Governor of Massachusetts, United States Secretary of State; one of Edward Everett Hale, American author, historian, and clergyman; one of Schuyler Colfax, Jr., United States Representative from Indiana, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and 17th Vice President of the United States; six depicting Rogers Group figurines, five depicting military genre scene, and approx. 39 others. $100-150

582 Ninth-plate Daguerreotype and Ambrotype Portraits of a Young Deceased Child, the daguerreotype depicting a half-length portrait of a child holding a posy, lying on a flowerpatterned cushion, identified on a folded piece of paper containing a lock of hair and pinned to the velvet pad which is inscribed “Charles Morey & lock of his hair/died February 28, 1857-17 mos.”; the ambrotype depicting a full-length portrait of a child reclining on a settee with a carved crest rail, mounted in black and brown “Day, Aurora with the Genius of Light” (both Krainik 391) Union cases, (tarnish ring and minor corrosion spots to daguerreotype). $200-250 583 Four Ninth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Ladies, two portraits of young ladies each wearing sausage-curl hairstyles, under brass mats impressed “ANSON” (probably Rufus Anson, New York City); a lady wearing a striped dress and a cap with pendant pompoms; and a lady wearing a lacy and floral bonnet with a plaid sash; mounted in “American Gothic,” “The Blind Beggar,” and combination “The Chess Players” and “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 374, 388, 381 and 478) cases, (imperfections). $200-300 584 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of Two Young Sisters, the girls in matching dresses, the older girl with one arm around the shoulder of the younger girl, the mat impressed “BENNET” l.c., mounted in a pressed-paper/ leather case, (minor spiders around edges, case split). $400-600 585 Five Ninth-plate Thermoplastic Union Cases, brown “Profile of Liberty,” black “Agrarian Motif,” black “Catching Butterflies,” brown “Night with Her Children, Sleep and Death,” and black “Angel with Flower Cornucopia” (Krainik 367, 375, 387, 393, 394). $150-200 586 Five Ninth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits, a girl wearing a bonnet with blue-tinted sashes, a girl wearing a floral-printed dress, a young man wearing a polka-dotted half bow tie, a pensive man with hand to his forehead, and man with a fringe beard holding a book; mounted in “Three Pears,” “Going to Market,” “Two Bunches of Grapes,” “The Ballerina,” and “Spray of Flowers and Ribbon” (Krainik 407, 389, 411, 382, 417) cases, (imperfections). $200-250

587 Half-plate Ambrotype Portrait of a Young Woman, in a pressed paper/leather case, (varnish cracks and separation). $100-150 588 Three Half-plate Daguerreotype Portraits, one depicting a gentleman, one of lady, and one depicting two young ladies, in pressed paper/leather cases, (tarnish, spiders, dust, one case split). $250-350 589 Three Tintypes Depicting Hunters, one depicting four gentlemen with firearms, one holding a flask, two hunting dogs, with a rack of game hung and lying between two chairs, 5 x 7; one with two standing men with firearms, against a painted background, 6 3/8 x 4 1/4 ; and one showing two little boys with their toy rifles, 6 5/8 x 4 7/8 in., all unmounted, (bends and scratches). $150-200 590 Five Sixth-plate Size Early Photography Thermoplastic Union Cases, “Geometric Scroll” and four variations of a “Scroll” design (Krainik 190, 327, 332, 320, 323), (imperfections). $200-250 591 Twenty Assorted Small Ambrotype Portraits, all but one housed in a pressed brass preservers including seventeen ninthplate size depicting two young girls, five ladies (one in a pressed leather/paper case), two elderly ladies, a boy, three young men, and three elderly men; a sixth-plate image of a child in a brass preserver, and two quarter-plate size images depicting a young woman and a middle-aged man both in brass preservers. $100-150 592 Six Ninth-plate Early Photography Portraits, a tintype of a young child holding a cat; five ambrotypes: an older woman wearing a black lacy cap, a husband and wife identified as “My father & mother WD Gould & wife (signed) WNJ” in inscriptions on an accompanying note, a young woman identified as “Jane Allen/my childhood friend. born Apr 12, 1841. Died when 18y old of consumption. (signed) H.W.C.” on an accompanying note; and a young woman posed before a patriotic backdrop; mounted in “Boy with His Rabbit,” “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” “The Charter Oak,” “Beehive with Farm Tools,” and “The Elopement” (Krainik 386, 385, 365, 377, 380) Union cases, (imperfections). $200-250

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593 Four Ninth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Ladies, one identified as “Sarah A. Perkins” on an inscription in the case; mounted in two brown “Scroll/Geometric” and “Geometric,” black “Geometric,” and a green “Scroll” (Krainik 438, 433, 450) Union cases, (imperfections). $200-250 594 Eleven Assorted Daguerreotype Portraits, two sixth-plate portraits of a husband and wife identified as “Josiah Capen” and wife on interior notes, in matching black “Geometric Scroll, Scallop Edge” cases; a sixth-plate portrait of a woman wearing a lacy bonnet in a pressed paper case; four ninth-plate portraits: a young man, two young women, and a marble bust; three sixteenth plate portraits: a young husband and wife, and a young child, mounted in “Geometric,” “Geometric/Scroll,” “Single Rose, Floral/Scroll,” “Wildflowers,” and combination “Children Playing with Toys” and unlisted (Krainik 337, 505, 589, 584, 575, and unlisted) Union cases, (imperfections). $300-500 595 Five Ninth-plate Portraits with Five Sixthplate Union Cases, five ambrotype portraits: a middle-aged woman wearing a dress with a lace collar, two portraits of middle-aged women, a portrait of a young child resting an arm on a table, and an elderly woman; an ambrotype and a tintype of a middle-aged couple, mounted in “Basket of Fruit,” “Four Acorn Motif,” “Roses with Scrolls,” “Scroll with Grape,” and “The Scythe and Grain” (Krainik 402, 422, 419, 412, 423) Union cases; together with four varieties of “Geometric/ Scroll” and one “Geometric” (Krainik 266, 275, 287, 254 with gilt center, and 288) Union cases, (imperfections). $300-500 596 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Group of Young Gentlemen, in a pressedpaper/leather case, with the date April 19th, 1853 inscribed on case exterior (tarnish, minor dust and spiders). $250-350 597 Six Ninth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Women, four of young women, one identified as “Rebecca Merriam” on a paper with typed genealogy information; a middle-aged woman; and an elderly woman; mounted in “Geometric/Scroll,” “Geometric/Scroll,” and three variations of a “Scroll” pattern (Krainik 434, 483, 443, 481, 425), (imperfections). $200-250

598 Seven Ninth-plate Union Cases with Eleven Early Photography Portraits, seven ambrotypes: including an elderly bearded man and his wife who is wearing a black lacy cap, an elderly man and middle-aged woman, a young woman wearing a bonnet, and another middle-aged woman; three tintypes: two of women, one with two locks of hair under the glass, and a young bearded man; and a combination ambrotype and tintype of a middle-aged man and wife, identified as “Matthew R. Moore” and “Mary Moore” in inscriptions on paper labels in the case; the portraits mounted in “Scroll,” “Basket of Fruit in Oval,” “Geometric/Floral,” “Belt Buckle and Chain,” “Scroll,” and “Scroll” (Krainik 464, 403, 400, 454, 397, 491, 489) Union cases, (minor imperfections). $200-250 599 Eight Ninth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Gentlemen in Five Union Cases, one depicting two young men wearing stovepipe hats and smoking cigars, one of a man wearing a stovepipe hat and a heavy coat, three cases with two portraits: the first of a young man wearing a hat and a bearded man wearing an earring, possibly honing a knife, the second depicting two men wearing stovepipe hats, one with white hat, the other wearing a black hat and an overcoat, the last depicting two men wearing hats, one a stovepipe, the other a shorter top hat; mounted in four different “Scroll” pattern Union cases, and one “Geometric” (Krainik 511, 488, 425, 447, 541), Union case, (imperfections). $300-500 600 Ten Ninth-plate Early Photography Portraits in Ten Union Cases, six ambrotypes: three of young women, one of a middle-aged woman holding a photograph of a boy, one of an elderly woman, and one of a painted portrait of a young woman; four tintypes: one of a man seated beside a table with a cigar in his mouth, two of sisters in matching dresses, one of a little girl, and one of an elderly woman wearing a floral-printed dress; mounted in “Scroll/Geometric,” “Scroll,” “Scroll/Floral,” “Scroll/Geometric,” “Scroll,” “Scroll/Floral,” “Scroll,” “Scroll with Acorns,” “Scroll/Floral,” and “Scroll” (Krainik 493, 527, 499, 515, 510, 470, 517, 435, 529, 498) Union cases, respectively, (imperfections). $300-500 601 Three Cabinet Cards with Native American Portraits, one depicting One Bull (Sitting Bull’s nephew), c. 1882, with “Hennigar/415 Grand St. Brooklyn” address; one depicting a partnude “Maricopa Girl” stamped “J.P. Rhodes Phoenix, Arizona” on the reverse, and one depicting a portrait of a man wearing a white hat, with advertising for the Santa Fe area on the reverse. $200-300

602 Six Gilt-brass Cases with Seven Daguerreotype Portraits, three oval pendant cases with small oval windows on the back each containing a portrait of a young man, one with a lock of hair in oval window on the reverse; an oval brooch/pendant case containing a portrait of a young man and a lock of plaited hair, a round engine-turned hinged case opening to portraits of a man and a woman; together with a pressed brass oval protector over a portrait of an elderly gentleman. $300-500 603 Pair of Half-plate Tintypes of Early Folkpainted Portraits, depicting colonial era bustlength profile portraits of a man and woman with tinted faces, mounted in oval molded wood frames. $200-300 604 Large Tintype Depicting Men at a Whistlestop, Possibly Sterling, Massachusetts, plate size 7 3/4 x 10 in., in a period burl veneer frame, (emulsion imperfections). $250-350 605 Ten Union Cases with Eleven Daguerreotype Portraits, a sixth-plate portrait of elderly woman wearing spectacles; and ten ninth-plate portraits: a young child seated in a carriage, two of young ladies, an elderly woman, a case with a portrait of a middle-aged woman and a folk art portrait of a young man, two of young men, one of which has a brass mat impressed “Eastman & Co./75 Court St.,” probably Walter B. Eastman, a daguerreian in Boston, 1847-60, a bearded gentleman, and a profile portrait of a man wearing spectacles; mounted in “Scroll/ Geometric,” “Scroll,” “Scroll/Geometric,” “Scroll,” “Scroll” variant, “Scroll/Floral,” “Scroll/ Geometric,” “Scroll/Floral,” “Scroll,” and “Scroll” (Krainik 306, 486, 500, 536, 451 variant, 430, 503, 468, 524, 451 respectively), Union cases, (imperfections). $400-600 606 Framed Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of Twin Young Ladies, wearing identical hairstyles and dresses, in a molded pressed paper frame, (minor tarnish spots, and dust). $200-300

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607 Four Daguerreotype Portraits in Abaloneinlaid Lacquer and Album-type Cases, a quarter-plate portrait of a standing girl, two sixth-plates: one of a seated girl in a bluetinted dress, and one bust-length profile of a young woman; and a sixth-plate portrait of a seated woman in a floral gilt embossed album case. $150-250 608 Group of Cabinet Cards Depicting Presidents, Vice Presidents, Massachusetts Political Figures, and People of Interest, presidents including Andrew Johnson with Matthew Brady stamp, Chester A. Arthur, James Garfield, William McKinley, Benjamin Harrison (also Mrs. Harrison and four generations of Harrisons), Theodore Roosevelt; Mrs. Grover Cleveland, vice presidents Henry Wilson, William A. Wheeler, Thomas A. Hendricks, Levi P. Morton; abolitionists Wendell Phillips, William Lloyd Garrison; also Henry Cabot Lodge, John Ruskin, William H. Seward, approx. forty cards. $200-300 609 Ten Early Photographs of Men and Women with Musical Instruments, including two large framed albumin photos of the Worcester High School orchestra, one dated 1912-13, seven photographs and a tintype depicting ladies with banjos, and two small photographs of two young men with banjos, mounted in gilt cast iron foliate easel frames. $75-125 610 Six Union Cases with Seven Ninth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits, a double ninthplate case with a portrait of a baby, another double ninth-plate case with two portraits of young men, one wearing a hat and checked jacket, one hatless; four ninth-plate cases: a young woman wearing a flowered bonnet, a full-length portrait of a young woman seated beside a table, a young girl seated with one arm resting on a table with a book, a portrait of a young girl standing, holding a book; mounted in “Children Playing with Toys,” combination “Family Party” and “Scroll,” a “Scroll” variant, a combination “Scroll/ Geometric” and variant of the same with a cameo center, “Scroll/Gilded Center,’’ and a different “Scroll/Gilded Center” (Krainik 559, 560 and 563, 543 variant, 549 and 549 variant, 542, 543) Union cases, respectively, (imperfections). $300-500

611 Seven Assorted Early Photographic Vocational Portraits, a half-plate tintype group of printers/typesetters depicting three men and two young apprentices holding implements of their trade, in a later molded wood frame; two sixth-plate tintypes and a carte-de-visit depicting carpenters, and three photograph of nurses. $200-300 612 Ten Sixteenth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits in Union Cases, five of young ladies, one of an elderly gentleman, three of young men, and one of a boy, mounted in assorted Union cases, of which one is listed as rare: “The Nooning” (Krainik 620), (imperfections). $150-200 613 Group of Assorted Tintype Portraits, sixteen individual portraits, highlights include a boy on a trike, a sailor, two men boxing, a baby in a carriage, man in a band uniform, several mounted in paper mats, one full-plate portrait of a gentleman in an oval molded mahogany frame; a small album containing forty gemsized portraits and a small box containing twelve loose gem-sized tintypes. $100-150 614 Seventeen Assorted Ambrotype and Tintype Portraits in Union Cases, two double ninth-plate cases each containing an ambrotype portrait of a young woman; two carte-de-visite cases with tintype portraits of a girl wearing a fur stole and a muff, and a little boy standing beside a table; three sixth-plate ambrotype portraits of a young couple, a young woman, and a little girl identified on a note inscribed “Anna M. Simpson/Feb. 9th 1856-April 27th 1930/ daughter of Alonzo & Susan M Simpson/b. at West Cambridge, Mass...”; eight ninth-plate size: four ambrotypes of a bearded man, two young women, and a boy, and four tintypes of two young women, a little girl, and a baby; two sixteenth plate portraits; an ambrotype of a young man, and a tintype of a military officer; respectively mounted in the following Union cases: “Jardinière of Roses,” “Spray of Flowers;” “Scroll/Geometric,” and unlisted; “Geometric/Scroll,” “Scroll/Geometric,” and variant of “Scroll”; “Scroll” variant, “Scroll/ Floral”, one side with applied cameo, unlisted, and “Scroll, Gilded Center,” unlisted, “The Birdbath,” and “Peaches and Plums”; “Scroll” (Krainik 561, 562; 572, unlisted; 222, 355, 216; 544, 545 variant, unlisted, 546, unlisted, 400, 404, 520; 652), and one sixteenth plate pressed-paper/leather case, (imperfections). $300-500

615 Ten Assorted Thermoplastic Union Cases, a half-plate case with combination “The Washington Monument Richmond, Virginia” and an unlisted design; four quarter-plate size cases of which three are unlisted patterns: a “Scroll,” a brown eight-sided case with a scroll design, a black case depicting two girls titled “The Bud and the Blossom,” and a dark brown eight-sided case with a geometric/scroll design; a ninth-plate “Scroll, Cut-out Center” case, and four small, round, sweetheart-size cases (Krainik 4, the opposite side with border similar to 5 and 6, and center similar to 65; 305, one unlisted but similar to 345, two others unlisted, 558, 733 and 736, 733 and 769, and two 756), (imperfections). $200-250 616 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Deceased Woman, mounted in a book-form, floral-decorated, papier-mâché case inlaid with abalone, (tarnish, spiders, dust). $200-250 617 Six Sixth-plate Early Photographic Portraits in Four Union Cases, four ambrotypes: one case with two portraits, a standing boy wearing a kepi hat and man wearing a work cap and striped overshirt holding a buggy whip, one case with two portraits of bearded men; two tintype portraits: a bearded man wearing a cap and striped trousers holding a square and compass tools, the other a man with a mustache, wearing a stovepipe hat and overcoat; mounted in “Scroll,” “Geometric,” “Scroll,” and “Scroll/Geometric” (Krainik 466, 432, 508, 535) Union cases, (imperfections). $200-300 618 Ten Thermoplastic Union Cases with Four Early Photography Portraits, four sixthplate size cases: a “Scroll Border with Fruit” with a tintype portrait of a young woman, a “Geometric Scroll” with an ambrotype of a folk portrait of an elderly gentleman, a “Scroll, Cutout Center” with a tintype portrait of a middle-aged gentleman, and a very rare “The Changeable Cubes”; three ninth-plate size: “Fairy with Bird in a Rose,” “Peaches and Plums,” and a “Scroll, Cutout Center” with an ambrotype portrait of a young man; a double ninth-plate combination “A Family Party” and “Geometric” case; and two carte-de-visite size cases: “Flowers and Shells,” and “Scroll/ Geometric, Gilded Center” (Krainik 190, 272, 325, 334; 401, 404, 556; 560 and 565; 566, 571), (imperfections). $200-250

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619 Seven Assorted Daguerreotype Portraits in Oval Union Cases, five ninth-plate portraits of three young women and a husband and wife, two sixteenth-plate portraits of a young woman and a bearded man; mounted in six “Scroll,” combination “Fruit and Flowers” and “A Rose,” unlisted, “Scroll,” combination “Geometric/Scroll” and “Geometric/Scroll,” and “The Meditating Monk” (Krainik 685, 679 and 681, unlisted, 702, 719 and 722, 712) oval Union cases, (imperfections). $200-250 620 Seven Cased Daguerreotype Portraits, six sixth-plate size: three of young ladies, a young man, and a middle-aged woman; and a ninthplate portrait of a young woman, six mounted in book-form lacquered papier-mâché bijou or “jewel” cases with mother-of-pearl and abalone inlay, and one green velvet-covered case, (imperfections). $400-600 621 Eleven Daguerreotype Boston Area Sears/ May Family Portraits, the portraits depicting members of two Boston-area families associated by marriage, each sitter identified on inscribed labels pinned to the velvet pads, comprising two quarter-plate portraits of Samuel Pearce May (1828-c. 1910), a sixth-plate portrait and a ninth-plate copy of a portrait of Samuel’s first wife, Mary Jane (Sears) (1828-1860); four ninth-plate portraits: a portrait of the couple’s deceased daughter Lucy R. May (1857-1859), an image of three of Mary Jane’s younger siblings, a brother labeled “Richard W. Sears, 1835-1880 ‘Uncle Dick’ April 1854,” and a portrait of two sisters taken at a young age labeled “Emma Elizabeth Sears” (b. 1838) and “Adelaide (Addie) L. Sears” (b. 1840), and a portrait of a girl labeled “Mary Ann May”; each mounted in pressedpaper/leather cases, (imperfections). $800-1,000 622 Nine Round Sweetheart Union Cases with Eleven Assorted Ambrotype and Tintype Portraits, case patterns: “Geometric, Mother-of-Pearl Center,” “Scroll/Geometric,” “Scroll,” “Scroll” variant with gilt center, three different “Geometric,” and two unlisted (Krainik 752, 761, 771, 766, 739, 771, 753), (imperfections). $100-150 623 Twelve Ninth-plate Size Thermoplastic Union Cases, eight black cases: “Singing Bird,” “Mixed Fruit,” “Jardinière of Flowers,” “Geometric Scroll,” “Scroll,” “Geometric Scroll,” and two unlisted; four brown cases: “Angel with Flower Cornucopia,” “The Church Window,” “Geometric,” and one unlisted (Krainik 398, 405, 415, 462, 476, 477; 394, 396, 461, respectively). $200-250

624 Four Daguerreotypes and an Ambrotype Family Portraits, daguerreotypes include a half-plate portrait of an elderly woman surrounded by her four young adult daughters and three sixth-plate portraits of a grandmother holding a baby, a young mother and baby, and a young couple; and a quarterplate ambrotype of a young mother seated with her young daughter on her lap; all in pressed-paper/leather cases, (imperfections). $300-500 625 Eight Daguerreotype Portraits of Ladies, a quarter-plate portrait of a young woman wearing cameo jewelry, and seven sixth-plate portraits: six of young ladies, one of whom holds a mother-of-pearl inlaid case, and two portraits of middle-aged women; each mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case, (imperfections). $300-500 626 Eight Daguerreotypes of Painted Portraits, a half-plate size portrait of a young woman identified on a note inscribed “Mrs. William Dwight of Brookline, Mass./Daughter of Judge White of Salem and Granddaughter of Dr. Wilder of South Lancaster...”; two quarterplate size: a folk portrait of a woman wearing a sheer white bonnet and a portrait of a young woman; five sixth-plate size: a folk art portrait of a woman wearing spectacles and a sheer white bonnet, two of folk portraits of gentlemen, one of an elderly gentleman identified in inscriptions on the reverse “Dr. William Paine born 15 June 1750/Died 19 Ap 1839,” and one of a folk painting of a lady wearing a bonnet with a striped sash; the first six portraits mounted in pressed-paper/leather cases, the seventh in a thermoplastic frame, the last portrait has no frame or case (clipped together), (imperfections). $300-500 627 Fourteen Assorted Ninth-plate Thermoplastic Union Cases, seven brown cases: “Beehive with Farm Tools, Figural Borders,” “Scroll with Grapes,” “Scroll/Floral,” “Geometric/Scroll,” “Scroll,” “Scroll,” and “Scroll/Geometric”; eight black cases: “The Ship’s Stern,” “Strawberry,” “Geometric,” “Scroll/Geometric,” “Scroll,” “Geometric/ Scroll,” and “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 376, 413, 449, 455, 457, 490, 492; 369, 409, 428, 436, 439, 459, and 460, respectively). $200-250 628 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Deceased Child, half-length portrait, mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case, (scattered corrosion spots, case split). $200-250

629 Half-plate and Sixth-plate Daguerreotypes of a Painted Portrait and Portrait of a Girl, both subjects identified on a note inscribed in the same hand “Isabella H. Dana born 1847,” the half-plate depicting a painted vignette portrait of a young girl, the sixth-plate depicting the same girl a few years older, in pressed-paper/leather cases. Note: Isabella Hazen Dana was the fourth child of Dr. Francis Dana, Jr. (1806-1872) and Isabella (Hazen White), born on February 9, 1847, in Boston. Her great-grandfather was Francis Dana (1743-1811), a Massachusetts revolutionary leader, Continental congressman, unofficial United States minister to the Russia of Catherine the Great, and chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. $200-400 630 Nine Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Women, a quarter-plate portrait of a young woman seated, holding a fan; and eight sixth-plate size, one of which appears to be of a painted portrait; mounted in eight pressedpaper/leather cases, (imperfections). $300-500 631 Twelve Assorted Ninth-plate Thermoplastic Union Cases, six brown cases: “Geometric/ Scroll/Floral,” “Scroll,” “Scroll,” ‘“Scroll/ Geometric,” “Floral/Scroll”; six black cases: “Scroll,” “Scroll,” “Floral/Scroll,” “Scroll,” “Scroll,” and “Geometric/Scroll, Cutout Center”; (Krainik 453, 479, 512, 518, 519, 525; 474, 506, 525, 530, 532, 555, respectively). $200-250 632 Five Daguerreotype Portraits of Children, a quarter-plate portrait of a girl wearing sausage curls and a pink-tinted dress standing beside a table, four sixth-plate size portraits of boys: a young teen wearing a suit with one hand resting on his vest, a boy seated with one arm resting on a stack of books, the case bearing a label inscribed “Alvin Rose Jr./My brother,” a boy standing with one hand to his chest tucked into his jacket, and a little boy wearing a dotted-patterned tunic, seated on a chair; each mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case, (imperfections). $300-500 633 Seven Sixth-plate Daguerreotypes Portraits of Young Ladies, mounted in pressed-paper/ leather cases, (imperfections). $300-500

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634 Seven Daguerreotypes Portraits of Ministers, four sixth-plate size, three ninthplate size, four of the men identified on labels affixed to the cases, mounted in pressedpaper/leather cases, (imperfections). $300-500 635 Seventeen Assorted Thermoplastic Union Cases, two quarter-plate size: the front half of a brown “Scroll/Geometric, Cameo Center” case, and a brown “Scroll/Geometric” case; seven ninth-plate size: “Geometric,” “Scroll/Geometric,” oval form “Spray of Fruit,” “Scroll,” “Scroll” with scallop border, “Catching Butterflies,” and “Moses Among the Bulrushes”; seven sixteenth plate size: “The Meditating Monk,” a combination of “Basket of Flowers with Floral Design” and “Scroll,” and three different “Scroll” designs; a small round sweetheart size combining “Geometric” and “Scroll”; (Krainik 71, 78, 452, 492, 677, 703, 672, 621, 627 and 654, 656, 659, 745 and 766, respectively); accompanied by four small assorted, loose portrait images: two ninth plate tintypes of a young woman and a baby, a sweetheart size daguerreotype of a young man, and tintype of a middle-aged woman. $200-250 636 Six Daguerreotype Portraits of Five Young Ladies and a Girl, a quarter-plate size portrait of a young woman seated in a chair, and five sixth-plate size: four depicting young women and one of a young girl with her arms crossed and resting on a table, the pressed-paper/ leather case with a fold-out magnifying lens, the others mounted in a pressed-paper/ leather cases, (imperfections). $300-500 637 Seven Daguerreotype Portraits in Four Inlaid “Jewel” Cases, three sixth-plate cases each containing two portraits, one of two young women, possibly sisters Emma A. Hamblet and Ellen Matilda Hamblet of Piscataquog Village, New Hampshire, who died at the ages of 24 and 18 of consumption, according to their clipped newspaper obituaries found in the case; another case with two portraits of young women, one standing with hands resting on the back of a chair, the other seated, holding a book, her dress tinted blue; one with portraits of a middle-aged man and woman; and a ninth-plate portrait of a woman wearing earrings and a brooch; all mounted in book-form lacquered papiermâché bijou or “jewel” cases with mother-ofpearl and abalone inlay, (imperfections). $200-250 638 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Black Woman, bust-length portrait with blue-tinted background, in a pressedpaper/leather case, (tarnish). $300-500

639 Quarter-plate Tintype Group of Three Figures with a Rogers Group Statue, depicting a bearded man, a woman, and another man standing beside a table on which rests a Rogers Group Civil War theme statue titled One More Shot, mounted in a pressedpaper/leather case, (small dent u.c.). $400-600 640 Two Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Women with an Accordion, the first depicting a girl seated, wearing a floral-patterned dress, holding a flower in one hand, one arm resting on a table with an accordion, in a pressedpaper/leather case; the second of a seated young woman holding an accordion in her lap, (imperfections). $400-600 641 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Girl, the girl seated, wearing a striped jacket, in a pressed-paper/leather case, (tarnished edges, corrosion spots, minor dust). $300-500 642 Group of Hunting, Sporting, and Wild West Related Portrait Photography, including tintypes, cabinet cards, cartes-de-visite, and photographs, most figures posed with firearms, depicting gentlemen hunters, hunters with dogs and game, ladies in western garb, children posed with toy guns, two tintypes with cowboys and card players, and a large photograph of a duck hunter, approx. twentyfive total. $250-350 643 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Bride, in a black “Floral” (Krainik 72) Union case, (edge tarnish, minor dust). $400-600 644 Quarter-plate Stereo Daguerreotype Portrait of a Gentleman, mounted in a “Mascher’s Improved Stereoscope/Phila./ Patent” pressed-paper/leather case, (tarnish, minor dust). $400-600

645 Fifteen Assorted Daguerreotype Portraits, a half-plate portrait of a young man, no case, five quarter-plate size: a young family, a pensive young woman, a seated young woman with signed “S. Broadbent” on mat, all in pressed leather/paper cases, and three elderly ladies; eight sixth-plate size: three of young men, one with three young ladies, one with a boy and a girl in a lacquered wood frame, one of a grieving woman holding a photo, one of an elderly gentleman, and one a copy of a silhouette of a woman, and a 1 5/8 x 1 3/8 portrait of a girl, most are in pressed leather/paper cases. $200-300 646 Eleven Ambrotype Portraits and a Tintype Portrait, ambrotypes: quarter-plate portrait of a young woman, quarter-plate portrait of a young child wearing a tartan plaid skirt holding an American flag in a thermoplastic frame; five sixth-plate portraits: one album case with two portraits of the same young girl, a young man and a young woman in a mother-of-pearl veneer case, and a single man and a woman, three ninth-plate size: a middle-aged woman, and two girls, one in a mahogany veneer frame, one in a abalone-inlaid lacquer case; and a ninth-plate tintype portrait of a seated woman. $100-150 647 Quarter-plate Tintype Picture of “Oldershaws (Photography) Gallery,” in a thermoplastic frame. $100-150 647A Collection of Assorted Thermoplastic and Pressed Leather/paper Photographic Cases, including a eleven thermoplastic cases, one quarter-plate brown “Alone at the Rendezvous,” and five partial thermoplastic cases, three pressed-leather/paper cases and several partial cases. $200-300 648 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Family, depicting a boy standing between his seated mother and father, in a pressed-paper/ leather case, (tarnish, dust, losses to case). $600-800 649 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Family with Five Young Children, in a pressed-paper/leather case, (tarnished edges, scattered corrosion spots, spiders, minor dust, case split). $600-800

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650 Two Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Families, a portrait of a man, woman, and infant identified on a label inscribed “Eli R. Wellington/Persis L. Wellington/Clara M. Wellington 1851” pinned to the velvet pad; and a portrait of a couple and their two daughters, the woman wearing a faint smile, the youngest daughter wearing a fancy hat with plaid ribbons, both mounted in pressed-paper/leather case, (imperfections). Note: Eli R. Wellington (1820-1887) was born in Westmoreland, Cheshire County, New Hampshire. He married Persis L. Albee (1825-1895), on November 14, 1843, resided in Chesterfield, and together had four children, one of whom died in infancy. The 1880 census lists “farmer” as Eli’s occupation. $400-600 651 Three Daguerreotype Sister Portraits, a quarter-plate portrait showing two girls, one with her hair in ringlets, standing with one hand on her seated sister’s shoulder; two sixth-plate portraits: one showing two young women in matching dresses, one with her hand on the shoulder of the other, and a portrait of two young girls in matching dresses holding hands, each mounted in a pressedpaper/leather case, (minor imperfections). $400-600 652 Three Sixth-plate Daguerreotypes of Painted Portraits of Ladies, one of a c. 1815 portrait of a young woman, one of a painted portrait miniature of a young woman wearing a lacy white bonnet and scarf, and one of a portrait miniature of an elderly woman wearing a frilled bonnet and collar, each mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case, (imperfections). $400-600 653 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Young Woman Wearing a Fur Stole, in a pressed-paper/leather case, (tarnish edges and scattered spots, minor mat scratches, spiders, and dust, case split). $400-600 654 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype of a Folk Art Portrait of an Elderly Woman with Her Knitting, in a pressed paper/leather case, (tarnish, scattered spiders, light scratches around edges. $300-500

655 Two Daguerreotypes of Painted Portraits of a Young Woman and a Young Child, a quarter-plate size depicting a painting in threequarter view of a young woman, with ringlets framing her face, wearing a dress with a lace collar, identified in inscriptions on a paper label “Louisa Fillebrown Chenery”; and a sixth-plate portrait of a painting of a young child with blond ringlets wearing a white off-the-shoulder dress, the brass mat impressed “KERTSON 419 B.WA” and “COR. CANAL ST NY” (probably Marcellus Kertson, a daguerreian whose business is listed at 419 Broadway in New York City in 1856-57), each in a pressedpaper/leather case, (edge tarnish, corrosion spots, spiders, dust). Note: [Frances] Louisa Fillebrown (b. January 7, 1825) married Winthrop Ward Chenery (b. April 2, 1819, Belmont, Middlesex County, Massachusetts) on April 16, 1844. They had five boys, and resided in Watertown (now Belmont), Massachusetts. Winthrop was a merchant in Boston, but he developed an interest in country pursuits, eventually buying a large tract of land and importing pedigreed Holland cattle, a breed he named Holstein. He compiled the first American Holstein Herd Book, a common breed to this day. $300-500 656 Three Daguerreotypes of Painted Portraits of Gentlemen, two quarter-plate size: a folk portrait of an elderly man, the other of a young man; and a sixth-plate folk portrait of an elderly man, two of the portraits mounted in pressed-paper/leather cases, (imperfections). $300-500 657 Half-plate Ambrotype of a Painted Portrait of a Ship’s Captain, the gentleman painted wearing c. 1820 clothing, holding a spyglass and with a small ship painted in the background l.r., in a pressed-paper/leather case, (some varnish separation to back of photo, case split). $400-600 658 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Little Girl Seated in a Gothic Chair, the girl in sausage curls wears an a gingham dress and has one arm resting on a table, in a pressedpaper/leather case, (tarnish, dust). $400-600 659 Seven Sixth-plate Daguerreotypes and Two Ambrotype of Copies of Earlier Painted Portrait, two of a young man, three young ladies, three of elderly ladies, and an elderly gentlemen; and an ambrotype of a young lady and a young man, eight in pressed-leather/ paper cases. $200-300

660 Seven Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Copies of Earlier Painted Portraits, one of a young man, one young lady, three of elderly ladies, two of elderly gentlemen (one a minister), six in pressed-leather/paper cases. $150-250 661 Half-plate and Two Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Family Portraits, a halfplate portrait of a seated elderly couple, their cheeks and the woman’s collar tinted pink; two sixth-plate portraits: a young mother holding her infant child, the other a teen girl wearing a fancy bonnet, seated next to a young fair-haired child, not cased, (imperfections). $300-500 662 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of Two Brothers, one with a beard, one with mutton chop sideburns, mounted in a red book-form pressed-paper/leather bijou or “jewel” case, (edge tarnish, wipes, minor dust, minute dent u.r.). $400-600 663 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Girl, the girl portrayed seated with her hand to cheek, her arm resting on a table on which a decorated box is placed, mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case. $300-500 664 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Woman, the woman seated, wearing a sheer white bonnet with a white shawl draped over her shoulders, in a pressed-paper/leather case, (tarnish, minor corrosion spots, dust). $300-500 665 Half-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of Salem, Massachusetts, Merchant Tucker Daland, the sitter identified in inscriptions on label affixed to the velvet case pad: “Tucker Daland 1857 of Salem,” in a pressed-paper/leather case, (dust, case split). Note: Tucker Daland (1795-1858) was the son of John and Betsy (Tucker) Daland. He was a successful merchant engaged in the East India trade. The John Tucker Daland House, in Salem, Massachusetts, was formerly the Essex Institute (in Hawthorne’s time known as the Essex Historical Society), and now part of the Peabody Essex Museum. He died a year after this photo was taken at the age of 63. $300-500

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666 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Deceased Young Boy, in a pressed-paper/ leather case, the brass mat impressed “DAVIS,” (tarnish, spiders, and dust). $300-500 667 Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of “Gen. & Mrs. Stone,” the sitters identified in inscriptions on a label affixed to the velvet case pad “Gen. & Mrs. Stone/Adj. Gen. of Mass.,” mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case, (minor tarnish and dust). $200-300 668 Two Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Husband and Wife Portraits, one depicting a seated young couple, the other showing a bearded middle-aged man standing with his arm resting on the crest of a chair seated with his younger wife, both in pressed-paper/leather cases, (tarnish, spiders, dust, one case split). $300-500 669 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Family Portrait, depicting a middle-aged couple with their five young-adult children, two sons and three daughters, mounted in one half of a Union case, (tarnish, scratch u.c., spiders, dust, case lacking cover). $300-500 670 Five Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits and an Ambrotype Depicting Gentlemen, one man seated holding a booklet, accompanied by his calling card inscribed “Harvey Buell” and a paper inscribed with a poem of remembrance, signed by Buell and inscribed on the back “Died at Fond du Lac, Wisconsin”; a bearded man wearing a dark cravat, vest, and jacket, identified on a label inscribed “Clarendon Harris”; and three other gentlemen; and an oversize sixth-plate ambrotype portrait of a gentleman seated in profile with a column and drapery in the background; each mounted in pressed-paper/ leather case, (imperfections). $400-600 671 Four Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Gentlemen, one depicting a dark-haired gentleman with muttonchop sideburns identified as “Ara W. Jilkon” on a label affixed to the velvet case pad, one of a man leaning casually on a table, wearing a pinstriped vest and plaid tie, one of a bearded man standing, one hand on his hip, in his other hand a book, and a bust-length portrait of a bearded man, each mounted in pressed-paper/leather case, (imperfections). $400-600

672 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portrait of the Three Harris Brothers of Nelson, New Hampshire, identified in inscriptions “Almon, Sheldon, and Edwin Harris,” on a label pinned to the velvet case pad, in a pressed-paper/ leather case, (scattered tarnish or corrosion spots, spiders, and dust). Note: The three Harris brothers, Ezra Sheldon (b. 1827), Bethuel Edwin (b. 1830), and Almon Ainger (b. 1832), were the sons of Almon Harris (b. 1800) and his wife Phebe (Shelton), and were born in Nelson, Cheshire County, New Hampshire. $300-500 673 Quarter-plate Daguerreotype of Rev. David Young of East Pittston, Maine, the sitter identified in inscriptions on a paper accompanying the image, the gentleman portrayed seated with his spectacles resting on his head, his finger holding a place in his book, in a pressed-paper/leather case, (light vertical scratches, mat scratches, scattered spiders and dust, case split). Note: Reverend Young was born July 24, 1779, in Pittston, Maine. He married Sarah Colburn (b. 1782) on September 9, 1802. He was the minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Pittston for 40 years and died there on June 11, 1848, at the age of 69. $300-500 674 Six Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Men, mounted in pressed-paper/ leather cases, (imperfections). $500-700 675 Five Sixth-plate Daguerreotypes and an Ambrotype Depicting Young Women, daguerreotypes depict a woman wearing a flowered dress, one wearing an off-theshoulder dress and holding a small bouquet of flowers, one wearing a striped dress and holding a book, seated beside a table set with a daguerreotype portrait of an elderly gentleman, one wearing a gingham-checked dress and holding a book, with one arm resting on a table, and one wearing a white lacy shawl and bonnet with bows tinted pink and blue; and an ambrotype of a woman wearing a dress trimmed with fringe and a white lace collar, all mounted in pressedpaper/leather cases, one in a pressed-paper frame, (imperfections). $500-700

676 Five Sixth-plate Daguerreotypes and an Ambrotype Portraits of Young Men, one daguerreotype portrait identified as “Elijah Fuller,” the name inscribed on the case behind the portrait, four unidentified, each mounted in pressed-paper/leather case; and an ambrotype portrait of a young man wearing a mustache, mounted in a black “Geometric/Scroll” (Krainik 360) Union case, (imperfections). $500-700 677 Four Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Married Couples, depicting two young couples and two middle-aged couples, mounted in pressed-paper/leather cases, (imperfections). $250-350 678 Four Daguerreotypes of Painted Portraits, an oversized quarter-plate depicting a bust-length painted portrait of a young woman, wearing sausage curls, identified in inscriptions on a label pinned to the velvet case pad: “Elizabeth Boardman Ingersoll Bowditch/Mrs. John James Dixwell”; two quarter-plate portraits of a young woman and a gentleman, and a sixth-plate portrait of a young woman, mounted in pressed-paper/ leather cases, (imperfections). Note: Elizabeth Boardman Ingersoll Bowditch (1823-1888), descended from many generations of maritime families residing in Salem, Massachusetts. She married Boston merchant John James Dixwell (1806-1876) on May 6, 1846. They resided at “Sunnyside” a mansion on Moss Hill Road, in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, and together had four children. $300-500 679 Five Quarter-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Gentlemen, three identified on labels in the case: “Phineas Hovey,” “Seth Jillson,” and “John Blanchard Uncle to Susan B. Kidder”; and two others: a man seated holding a walking stick, and a man seated in a chair with a carved crest, wearing checked trousers; four mounted in pressed-paper/leather cases, (imperfections). $400-600 680 Seven Sixth-plate Daguerreotype Portraits of Elderly Ladies, one depicting a 96-year-old Dedham, Massachusetts, woman identified in inscriptions on a label affixed to the case pad: “Esther Kingsbury Mills...born April, 29, 1756/ died Sept 15, 1853”; one of a woman wearing a white bonnet and spectacles, holding a book; one of a woman wearing a fancy bonnet and a paisley shawl under a brass mat impressed “S. BROADBENT” (probably Samuel Broadbent, ac. Philadelphia); and three others, each mounted in a pressedpaper/leather case, (imperfections). $300-500

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681 Six Daguerreotype Portraits of Young Women, a quarter-plate portrait of a woman wearing a cameo brooch, seated in a chair and holding a book, four sixth-plate portraits: one of two women, possibly sisters, a woman seated next to a table with a plant, a young woman with an arm resting on a table with books, the tablecloth tinted pink and blue, and a bust-length portrait of a woman wearing cameo earrings and brooch; and a ninthplate portrait of a young woman wearing a hat, some mounted in pressed-paper/leather cases, some lacking cases, (imperfections). $600-800 682 Eight Daguerreotype Portraits of Gentlemen, six sixth-plate size portraits of middle-aged and elderly men: an elderly gentleman holding a folk-carved cane, identified on a paper label as “Gen[eral] Micah Brooks Brooks’ Grove, Livingston Co. N.Y.,” one labeled “Sam Richardson,” one of a minister holding a book, and three others; two ninth-plate size of middle-aged men: one possibly a minister labeled “Dr. Josiah Bowers,” and another unidentified man, each in a pressed-paper/leather case, (imperfections). Note: General Micah Brooks was born in 1775 in New Haven County, Connecticut. He was appointed a Justice of the Peace in 1806, was a member from Ontario County of the New York State Assembly in 1808-09, served as colonel on the frontier and at Fort Erie during the War of 1812, and was a major general of the New York State Infantry from 1828 to 1830. The town of Brooks’ Grove, Livingston County, New York, was named after him. $400-600 683 Seven Daguerreotype Portraits of Ladies, a quarter-plate portrait of a young woman wearing a dress with a lacy collar and cuffs; five sixth-plate size: a vignette of a young woman wearing an off-the-shoulder gown, a young woman seated with a slight smile and wearing a fringed cape, a young woman wearing a fringed shawl, a young woman seated in a chair, and a middle-aged woman; and a ninth-plate portrait of a young woman wearing a fancy bonnet, seated beside a table set with a book and a basket, identified on a paper label reading “Mrs. J.G. Heald Sr. probably about 40 years of age”; each mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case, (imperfections). $400-600

684 Five Daguerreotype and One Ambrotype Portraits of Young Ladies, three sixth-plate daguerreotype portraits: a woman seated beside a table with a basket of flowers, a woman wearing a lace-trimmed patterned print dress, and a young woman with one hand resting on the top of a book or photo case; three ninth-plate size: a daguerreotype of a woman wearing a fancy bonnet and a patterned cape tinted pink and blue, a daguerreotype of a young woman wearing a dress with a lace-trimmed collar, mounted in a carved wood frame, and an ambrotype of a young woman wearing an off-the-shoulder dress with a scenic painted backdrop, the first three and the last mounted in pressed-paper/ leather cases, (imperfections). $300-500 685 Five Daguerreotype Portraits of Gentlemen, three sixth-plate size: one possibly a minister, wearing a white shirt and stock, holding a book in one hand, with his arm resting on a table with an open book, one of a man seated next to a table with a vase of flowers which are tinted pink and blue, and one of a young man wearing a high-crowned, visored cap seated beside a table posed with one hand on his hip; two ninth-plate size: a young man with long sideburns, identified in inscriptions on a paper under the portrait: “William Crombie Born Brooklyn, N.Y. 1833/Father of William B. Crombie, born in Penna. 1871,” and an oval portrait of a bearded man; the first four mounted in pressed-paper cases, the last in an oval gilt-brass pendant case, (imperfections). $300-500 686 Fifteen Assorted Molded Thermoplastic or Pressed Composition Early Photography Frames, fitting sixth-plate to full-plate size images, including a “Robinson’s Patent Photograph Album,” viewing case, together with an empty carte-de-visite photograph album. $200-300 687 Group of Assorted Early Photography Related Items, including several loose ambrotypes, tintypes, cartes-de-visite, house interior and exterior portraits, glass negative plates (three of kittens), silvered copper daguerreotype plates, a tartanware album with photos of Edinburgh and its vicinity. $100-150

687A Twenty-four Abraham Lincoln Related Stereo Viewing Cards, and a Portrait of Lincoln Cabinet Card, one depicting a view of log cabin birthplace of Lincoln, one of exterior of the Ford’s Theatre, one with interior view of Ford’s Theatre, the “Place Where Lincoln was Assassinated,” one with an exterior view of Willard’s Hotel, one showing a street scene with Lincoln’s casket, and one depicting the “Execution of the Conspirators. The Suspension.,” no. 983, from the series “Photographic Incidents of the War,” from the gallery of Alexander Gardner; eight depicting various statues of Lincoln, ten depicting various Lincoln memorial displays; and a cabinet card portrait of Lincoln, and according to the printed label on the reverse is “by McNulta in Springfield, [Massachusetts], March, 1861. $150-200 688 Six 19th Century Portrait Photograph Albums, one with cartes-de-visite of gentlemen, one with cartes-de-visite of men, women, and children, one with quarter-plate and sixth-plate size tintypes of young ladies, one with cabinet cards depicting British and European royalty, two albums containing no photos. $100-150 689 Large Lot of Late 19th Early Photographic Cases, Mats, Glass, Preservers, and Parts, the cases or partial cases mainly pressedleather/paper type. $250-350 690 Four Stanhopes or Peep-eye Viewers, and a Miniature Brass Album with Photos of Lincoln and Civil War Figures, three celluloid monoculars with views of the Nouvel Opera (Paris), a winter scene with “Wishing You a Happy New Year” inscription, and one with four Niagara Falls scenes; a pair of celluloid binoculars depicting the Main Building and the International Art Gallery at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exposition; and a miniature brass photo album with hinged leaves with miniature photographs of Ulysses Grant, Abraham Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln, and a European military figure, who likely assisted the Union army. $200-300 691 “EASTMAN KODAK CO. CHEMICALS ROCHESTER, N.Y.” Stoneware Jug, fivegallon, straight-sided jug with cobalt blue labeled inscriptions, ht. 19 1/2 in. $75-100 692 Gilt and Painted Wooden Photographer Trade Sign, arched wood panel painted black with gilt lettering “A. W. MOODY, PHOTOGRAPHER. KODAKS And Amateur’s Supplies,” signed “Quint” l.r., 21 x 38 in. $300-500

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693 Brass Spectrometer on Iron Stand, unmarked, probably France, c. 1900, three brass observation tubes in lengths varying from 5 to 10 in., central rock crystal, brass column support on three iron legs, ht. 12 in. $200-400 694 Three Military Compasses, a green metalcased compass with tag stating Compass, M2 Nonmaintainable Brunson Instrument Co. Kansas City, MO. serial no. 94462, with leather carrying case, and a Brunton compass with tag stating in part, Compass M2 (Nonmaintainable), in a green plastic case, both with mirrors, elevation levels, and scales, front and rear sights, and azimuth scales; and a Waltham metal-cased compass with U.S. stamped on cover. $200-400 695 Becker Brothers Analytical Balance, New York, glazed walnut case with drawer and turned adjustable feet, central brass limb with celluloid maker’s boss and scale, spirit level and two pans, ht. cased 16 1/2 in. $200-300 696 Stanley “Eltham” Oxidized Surveyor’s Transit, London, 9-in. telescope, vertical circle with encased silvered scale, dual verniers and magnifiers, bubble level, U-shaped frame, enclosed horizontal circle, and dual magnifiers with fine adjustment knobs calibrated 0-10, all on three adjustable screw feet, with a fitted wood box. $200-300 697 Two Surveyor’s Transits, a Buff & Buff, no. 22772, brass and green-painted instrument with an 11-in. telescope, rack focusing, vertical half-circle, compass with silvered outer ring, dual verniers and bubble levels, and a fitted wooden box with labels; and an unmarked brass instrument with an 8-in. telescope, silvered vertical circle with dual verniers and magnifiers, enclosed chamfered scale on horizontal circle with dual verniers and magnifiers, and a wood box; both with adjustable screw feet. $250-450 698 Balance Scale by Torsion Balance Co., New York, the glass and metal case with two parallel beams, scale marked 0-20 in grams, metal tag stating Torsion Balance Co. New York, Style 253, No. B110024, Capacity 4 1/2 KG, with two 9-in. pans, lg. 16 in. $200-400 699 Oxidized and Lacquered Brass Spectroscope, with single prism on adjustable horizontal platform, 7 1/2-in. telescope, 6-in. scope with adjustable window, leveling screws, horizontal circle with chamfered silvered scale, dual vernier, and magnifier, all on three adjustable screw feet. $350-450 700 Three Analytical Balance Scales, a Wm. Ainsworth & Sons with a damascened and glass case, a Voland & Son, New Rochelle, N.Y. and Griffin, both in mahogany and glass cases, all with their original pans, lg. 16 1/2 to 20 in. $400-700 701 Brass and Steel Trammel Point Set, C.D. Riker, the 35-in. steel bed with turned brass finials, three adjustable brass points marked C.D. Riker, with knurled thumbscrews. $200-400 703 Three Calculators, a three-draw Otis King pocket calculator with original box and instruction pamphlet, a Produx with original foldout table stand and box, and a Fowler’s Magnum long scale calculator in original carrying case. $100-150 704 Four Scales of Varying Forms, including a brass and glass coin scale; a chrome plated balance scale with weights and fitted box; an apothecary scale with a lower wood box and drawer and a set of boxed brass weights; and an incomplete balance scale with cherry box and brass center rod. $250-350 705 Six Brass Instruments, 19th century, a pair of brass and glass binoculars; a brass three-draw telescope marked Army Signalling Parker Bisley Works Birmingham, a singledraw leather-bound telescope; an 18-in. brass air pump marked in part Webber & Don; a kerosene lantern with metal tag stating in part The Protector No. 1A; and a students drum microscope. $250-350 706 Two Surveyor’s Levels, a Clino Mortar MK4-style level marked Mfd. by BostromBrady Mfg. Co. Atlanta GA., with bubble level and 10-in. telescope, rack focusing knob, stationary ring calibrated 0-90 in four quadrants, and three adjustable screw feet; and a Reynolds level with 14 1/2-in. telescope, dual bubble levels, rack focusing, lens/sun cap, tripod mount, and three adjustable screw feet; both with wood boxes. $200-300

702 Group of Surveyor’s Instruments, 20th century, including a Keuffel & Esser Stadia with a 9-in. telescope, bull’s-eye level, and compass, all sitting on an 18-in. platform; a Ertel FB 40516 sighting device with a 5-in. rotational scope, bubble level, and silvered scale divided in four quadrants, attached to a horizontal compass, with a chamfered scale marked 0-360; a Topcon transit with a 5-in. scope, bubble and bull’s-eye levels, sitting on a base with three adjustable feet; a Kern NK3 surveyor’s scope; and two boxed devices with bubble level, vertical scales, and reflecting mirrors. $200-250

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707 Four L.S. Starrett Company Surveyor’s Transits, Athol, Massachusetts, 20th century, including three black painted and steel transits with 12-in. telescopes, vertical protractor divided 0-40, bubble level, horizontal scale divided 0-90 above the four adjustable screw levelers and collapsible feet, and a Starrett No. 99, with an 11-in. scope, vertical protractor divided 0-40, dual bubble levels, chamfered horizontal scale divided 0-180, all on four adjustable screw feet, all with fitted wood boxes. $300-500 708 Three Surveyor’s Instruments, England, 20th century, a Berger SLX-32 green lacquered 9-in. scope, interior rack focusing, tripod base with three adjustable feet, and knurled locking screw, a Hilger & Watts, green-painted 7-in. scope with interior rack focusing, bubble levels, all on three adjustable feet, and a Cooke Troughton & Simm green lacquered 12-in. level, with wood side strapping and end caps, center level marked 1 DIV=0.05MM 1M, all in fitted boxes. $150-250 709 Four Modern Microscopes, 20th century, a gray Clayton no. 10043, two simplified illuminator microscopes, one a OMO the other a Hacker, and a Spencer, all with additional eyepieces and fitted wood boxes. $150-250 710 Four Surveyor’s Levels, 20th century, an 11-in. telescope marked Keuffel & Esser Co., with enclosed horizontal circle, rack focusing, in a fitted box; an 11 1/2-in green painted Tamaya, with a silvered horizontal circle, rack focusing, and fitted box; a gray painted 11-in. scope marked David White Co., with silvered horizontal dial, internal rack focusing, fitted box; and a Simplex No. 2581, with internal focusing, brass horizontal circle, with associated wood box. $250-350 711 Three Surveyor’s Instruments, 20th century, a green painted and brass W.& L. Gurley No. 251663 Stadia, with rack focusing Beaman Stadia Arc, circular bubble level, all sitting on 3 x 16 platform, in a mahogany fitted box, a Keuffel & Esser Co. No. 23982 sighting level, with silvered horizontal circle, rack focusing, bubble level, additional eyepieces, all in a fitted mahogany box, and a Dietzgen sighting level, with gutta percha and copper platform, sighting holes, and protractor, housed in a pine box. $150-250

712 Three Modern Surveyor’s Transits, mid to late 20th century, a 5 1/2-in. Lietz No. 550, a Texas-Asiatic Co. No. 15683, and a 5-in. Supreme No. 6808, all with center compasses, silvered enclosed vertical circles divided in four quadrants, horizontal circles, verniers, knurled adjusting knobs, bubble levels and fitted wood boxes, ht. from 12 to 14 in. $200-300 713 Three Modern Theodolites, mid-20th century, including a Microptic Theodolite No. 28789, in army green paint, dual bubble levels, three adjustable feet on a swivel base, a Nikon Theodolite NT-2 No. 0657382, manufactured by Gurley, three adjustable feet on swivel base with locking screws, and a Gurley with a encased vertical and horizontal circles, verniers, siting on three adjustable feet, all housed in fitted boxes, ht. from 9 to 12 in. $150-250 714 W. & L.E. Gurley Surveyor’s Level, Troy, New York, no. TY0171, the 17-in. telescope with split bubble level, tripod mount, and four adjustable screw feet, with fitted carrying case and accessories. $100-150 715 Four Modern Surveyor’s Transits, mid to late 20th century, a 6-in. Berger No. 40859, 5 1/2-in. T H S No. 7100, 5-in. Keuffel & Esser Co. No. 110910, and a 4-in. Lietz No. 115, all with silvered horizontal and vertical divided circles, center compasses, knurled adjustment screws, and fitted boxes, ht. from 10 to 14 in. $350-450 716 Three Surveyor’s Levels, 20th century, a 11 1/2-in. Lietz scope with rack focusing, horizontal circle divided in four quadrants, vernier, on four adjustable feet, with plumb bob, all in a fitted box, a 12-in. Warren-Knight Co. scope marked “Sterling” Philadelphia, U.S.A., silvered horizontal circle divided in four quadrants, in a pine fitted box, and a 17-in. Keuffel & Esser Co. scope with bubble level on four adjustable feet, in a fitted mahogany box. $150-250 717 Three Surveyor’s Transits, mid-20th century, a 6-in. Keuffel & Esser Co., Paragon, no. 164265, in a wood box, a 5 1/4-in. Dietzgen, no. 16850, in a wood box, and a 5-in. Simplex no. 1736, all with center compasses, “A” frame supports, enclosed silvered horizontal dials, bubble levels, and knurled adjusting knobs, ht. from 10 to 14 in. $250-350

718 W. & L.E. Gurley Surveyor’s Transit, Troy, New York, no. GA0967, “U”-shaped frame, horizontal circle stamped with maker’s name, encased silvered scale and vernier windows with white-painted sun shades, dual bubble levels, all on four adjustable screw feet, in a fitted wood box, and two other modern surveying instruments, one marked Geotec, in green paint, both in fitted boxes. $100-150 719 Collection of Planimeters, 20th century, including two Dietzgen, Dennert & Pape, three Stanley “Allbrits,” Keuffel & Esser, all in fitted boxes, and two additional gauges. $150-250 720 Two Drafting Instruments, 20th century, a Keuffel & Esser Co. 7 3/4-in. circular protractor with inner and outer scales, single arm with straight-edge, vernier with split scale 0-30, in a velvet-lined case; and a three-arm protractor with a 6 1/4-in. brass and silvered circle, inset scale, one stationary arm, two movable arms with dual vernier readouts, and two arm extensions, all in a velvet-lined wooden box. $100-150 721 Carl Zeiss Butter Refractometer, with black painted iron base, hinged brass block specimen chamber, with four hose connection ports and a screw in thermometer fitting, nickel plated tube marked Carl Zeiss, Jena, Nr. 16742, rectangular plano mirror, all in a wooden carrying box, ht. 12 in. $100-150 722 R & A Rost Instrument, Vienna, Austria, a 18 3/4-in. disk with a rotational silvered inner scale marked 0-390, vernier marked 0-50, stationary center arm with reversible scales 1:1000 and 1:500, fine adjustment plate that accepts eyepieces and vernier scales, two handles, rubber underside and adjustment knobs, housed in a plywood fitted box. $100-150 723 C.L. Berger & Sons Oxidized Brass Surveyor’s Telescope, Boston, Massachusetts, the 10-in. telescope with interior focusing system, half circle marked Beaman Stadia on the arc, vernier, and magnifier, threaded wrapped center column, base with compass and bubble level, marked U.S.G.S. T-782 and C.L. Berger & Sons, Boston U. S. A. 25148, in a fitted mahogany case. $150-250

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724 Oprava Periscope, Czechoslovakia, 20th century, cast metal body with two silvered circular scales marked 0-63, fine adjustment knob with scale marked 0-90, and eye-piece body stamped Optikotechna 575 4x 10°, lg. 10 in. $100-125 725 Three Navigational Instruments, a W. & L.E. Gurley 3 1/2-in. compass with folding sighting vanes and two spirit levels; a Jos. G. Pollard Co. dipping needle with scale divided 0-90; and a miniature Stanley brass transit with a 3-in. scope in a wooded box. $100-125 726 Collection of Scientific Instruments, 20th century, including a camera lucida marked Chambre Claire Universelle, in a fitted box with twelve lenses, a Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Co. drafting compass, a German boxed drafting compass, two boxed tachometers, slide rule marked Post Versalog in a leather case, Starrett 5 1/2-in. bubble level on a cast iron base, Bausch & Lomb surface comparator, and a drafting tool marked Riefler with five additional wheels. $150-250 727 Eight Modern Microscopes and a Group of Microscope Lenses, various makers and models, including binocular scopes by Zeiss, Beck Kassel, Optikon, Bausch & Lomb, and Nikon, and three other scopes, along with a box of objective and ocular lenses. $200-325 728 Nine Early Tape Measures, a Justus Roe & Sons metal tape with brass star-shaped pierced body and turned wood handle, two Keuffel & Esser Co.; two Lufkin Rule Co., one with a leather case, the other with a brass case; a Eugene Dietzgen Co.; and three others, lengths vary. $200-300 729 Nine Modern Microscopes in Wooden Boxes, four Bausch & Lomb including a binocular, a Spencer dissecting scope and three others, a Flatters & Garnett, and one other. $150-250 730 Group of Microscopes and Accessories, including three black Spencer binocular, a Graf-Afsco dissecting and nine monocular microscopes, a Spencer refractometer, a lathe mount for and inspecting scope, a Burton lamp and an American Optical Model 900 microtome. $150-250

731 Three Field Tools, a sighting level marked Swift & Anderson Inc. Boston U.S.A., in a gray and brass finished case, original direction pamphlet; a brass-cased dipping needle with silvered scale marked 0-90-0; and a inclinometer in a leather case marked Keuffel & Esser Co. N.Y. $150-250 732 Clino Mortar MK4 and a Sighting Scope, brass sliding circular level on a 0-90 scale used for aiming mortars in WWII, and a brass sighting scope surmounted by a brassencased level all mounted in a 4-in. iron circle. $250-350 733 Two Cased Balance Scales, a Henry Troemner oak drug store scale with plaque reading Henry Troemner Maker Philadelphia, white marble platform with hinged glass top lid, and small center drawer in base; a Torsion Balance Co. mahogany scale with a glass platform having a center scale, hinged glass top lid, and adjustable dual feet, lg. 11 1/2 to 14 in. $200-300 734 Two Compasses and a “Micro-line Counter,” a 3-in. brass gimbaled compass with cardinal points and housed in a mahogany box; a 5-in. paper dial compass in a black painted case; and a Micro-line counter with measurements in inches and centimeters. $150-250 735 Three Boxed Scales, an early iron balance with later glass pans and five brass weights; a brass balance with dished pans and an assortment of weights; a brass finished balance with the beam having measurements from 0-10, all in wood boxes; and a set of brass cased weights. $200-300 736 Four Brass Aneroid Wall Barometers, 19th and 20th century, two 4 1/4-in. French barometers, one marked Pinkham & Smith Company Importers Boston, pressure dial marked 25-31, the other marked Lerebours & Secretan 13 Pont neuf, Paris, pressure dial 63-80, a 6-in. T.A. Reynolds & Co. with aneroid mechanism exposed, dial marked 26-31, and a 3-in silvered dial marked Salem Compensated, with pressure scale 28-31. $200-300

737 Three Spyglasses or Telescopes, a two draw leather bound and lacquered brass telescope marked Rifleman, J.H. Steward Ltd. London, Made in England, with a collapsible oak an brass tripod with label reading in part Alfred. J. Parker; a brass and mahogany 11-in. two draw scope, with sun-shade draw; and a 8-in leather and brass four draw scope with removable sun shade. $100-200 738 Four Lacquered Brass Instruments, a student drum microscope with adjustable eyepiece and plano mirror; a brass and glass insect pocket microscope; a botanical microscope with concave mirror (missing parts); and a 7-in. scope with internal rack focusing. $100-150 739 Three German Optical Instruments, two microscopes both with triple nosepiece, plano/concave mirror, substage diaphragm, coarse and fine focus, one an E. Leitz No. 163158, the other an Otto Himmler No. 16556 in a wooden case, and a Carl Zeiss, Jena, butter refractometer No. 22371. $150-250 740 Instructograph and Three Scientific Instruments, the Morse Code Practice Sender in black case with metal tag marked Instructograph; an instrument with a horizontal dial marked 0-235, coil, and brass contacts, hand written tag stating from the lab of inventor Seth Boyden; a Rhumkorff-style induction coil with a gilt decorated cast iron base; and wooden galvanometer. $250-350 741 Books on Science, Patents, Electricity, and Astronomy, including Patent Office Reports from 1848 and 1862; Smiths Illustrated Astronomy, published by Bazin & Ellsworth; A Few Astronomical Instruments, from the works of Warner & Swasey; twenty-six books in total. $100-200 742 Two Steam Models, a brass bench-made steam engine with a 5-in. flywheel and a 2-in. stroke, and a Empire steam boiler model with a red cast iron base. $200-400 743 Group of Assorted Country Items, a pair of 24-in. wrought iron calipers, 12-in. iron dividers, three E.B. Frye wood dry measures, a circular copper bed warmer, and six early locks. $350-450

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744 Four Compasses, including an E.S. Ritchie & Sons gimbaled compass, a brass binnacle compass with kerosene chamber on side, a U.S. Army wet card compass, and an E. Esdaile “Sirius” green painted compass in a fitted wood box. $400-600 745 Four Military Sighting Devices, a U.S. Navy Bearing Bar marked Mark IV Mod. 1, a 10-in. black painted copper circle marked 0-360, with hinged sighting lines and spirit levels, a Marean-Kielhorn Director with a collection of latitude cards, and a Astro-Compass MKII. $200-300 746 Lacquered Brass Pantograph, Queen & Co., Philadelphia, each arm divided 0-10, knurled adjustment knobs, with a wooden fitted box. $200-300 747 Two “Baker” Brass Gimbaled Compasses, Melrose, Massachusetts, a 6 1/2-in. wet card compass marked D. Baker Melrose, Mass., cardinal points in block lettering, brass bezel edge stamped 3168, housed in a maple box, 10 1/2 x 10 3/4 x 6 in., and a 3-in. dry card compass marked Baker Compass Co. Melrose, Mass. U.S.A., cardinal points in block lettering, housed in a finger-jointed mahogany box, 6 x 6 1/2 x 2 3/4 in. $400-600 748 Ten Science Related Framed Book Plates, including images of Aeronautics, Diving, a cross-section of a ship’s hull, steam engine and boat, furnace and enameling tools, frame wd. 11 1/4 x ht. 13 3/4 in. $800-1,200 749 Tabletop Victrola, Victor Talking Machine Co., with a 12-in. felt-lined turntable and mahogany cabinet with double hinged doors opening to reveal the sound box, wd. 15 1/4 x dp. 16 1/4 x ht. 8 1/2 in. $200-300 750 Group of Glass Test Tubes and Pestles, twenty-eight various tubes with a wood stand and two glass pestles. $150-250 751 Group of Pocket Watches, Parts, and Desk Contents, including pocket watches, mechanisms, dials, crystals, early spectacles, straight razors, buttons, and rubber stamps. $200-250

752 Sixteen Massachusetts License Plates, 1918-1957. $200-250 753 Stanley Brass and Gray-painted Surveyor’s Compass, London, no. 62253, the 6 5/8-in. silvered dial with scale calibrated 0-360, index arm with dual verniers calibrated 0-60, dual circular bubble levels, two 8-in. sighting vanes with scales, tripod attachment, and a fitted box with label and plumb bob. $150-250 754 Spencer Black and Brass Microscope, Buffalo, New York, c. 1910, lacquered brass tube and pillar, triple nosepiece, rackwork coarse focus on tube, micrometer fine focus on pillar, substage diaphragms, X and Y adjustments with vernier scales, black-painted U-shaped base, all in a wooden box, ht. 12 in. $200-400 755 Sewills Sealord Quartz Chronometer, Liverpool, England, late 20th century, brass case, 4-in. silvered Roman numeral dial, seconds, thermometer, hygrometer barometer, tide, and alarm subsidiary dials, in a three-tier wooden case. $150-250 756 W. Watson & Sons Binocular Microscope, London, no. 3850, marked W. Watson & Sons, 313 High Holborn, London, bright lacquered and oxidized brass, rack and pinion coarse focus, calibrated micrometer screw fine focus, fully adjustable micrometer stage, substage rack and pinion and micrometer screw focus, plano/concave mirror, on a tripod base. $500-1,000 757 J. Swift & Son Compound Microscope, London, of lacquered and oxidized brass, marked J Swift & Son, London. W., Patent 24960, double nosepiece with two objectives, rackwork focusing, fitted with Swift patented mechanical stage, and plano/concave mirror, supported on four legs, with mahogany box and additional eyepiece and objective, ht. closed 12 1/2 in. $400-600

758 Oxidized and Lacquered Brass Transit, R. Reiss, Liebenwerda, no. 12963, 6-in. telescope with rack focusing, angled eyepiece, bubble level, vertical circle with chamfered enclosed scale, dual verniers and magnifiers, U-shaped frames, circular center level, horizontal circle with enclosed scale, and dual verniers and magnifiers, all on three adjustable screw feet. $300-400 759 Two Surveyor’s Levels, an 11-in. telescope marked Troughton & Simms, London on the tube and Valparaiso & Santiago Railway 1 on the compass case, dual vertical and single horizontal bubble levels, rack focusing eyepiece, and three adjustable screw feet; and a 9 1/2-in. telescope with compass and magnifier, rack focusing eyepiece, and dual bubble levels (broken), on four adjustable screw feet. $200-300 760 Hall Brothers Surveyor’s Transit, Croydon, England, the 9-in. telescope on the axis with the silvered vertical circle, dual verniers and magnifiers, bubble level, “A” frame supports on the enclosed scale horizontal plate, with dual verniers and magnifier, tripod mount marked Supplied By Hall Harding Ltd. Westminster, with original fitted wood box and accessories. $150-250 761 T. Cooke Surveyor’s Scope, York, England, the 1-in. lens brass scope with a short draw eyepiece, 6-in. cylinder body marked in script T. Cooke, York, bubble level and knurled adjustment knob on tripod attachment, lg. 8 1/4 in. $200-400 762 Kassoy Analytical Balance Scale, model 120-MG, serial no. V-101951, metal and Plexiglas case with two sliding doors, center beam with scale calibrated 0-10, center pillar and plumb line, scale and pointer, knurled arrestment knob, all resting on three feet, two with leveling screws, ht. 17 x wd. 15 3/4 x dp. 9 1/2 in. $200-400 763 E.R. Watts & Son Brass Scope, London, 10-in. sighting scope marked in part, E.R. Watts & Son Ltd. London, No. 60859, with a 1 1/2-in. lens, knurled horizontal and vertical adjustment knobs, bubble level with a hinged mirror, adjustable sun cap, and tripod attachment. $150-250

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Furniture & Decorative Arts
Lots 764–1200
764 Blue-painted and Decorated Two-door Wooden Wardrobe Cabinet, open interior, the base with long drawer, ht. 79 1/4, wd. 54 1/2, dp. 21 1/2 in. $100-150 765 Brass, Cast Iron and Glass Fireplace Insert, the serpentine front with reticulated brass fender, scrolled brass side supports, s square monument standards with urn finials, internally fitted for electric radiant heat, ht. 23, wd. 30 3/4, dp. 13 1/2 in. $200-250 766 Group of Asian Carvings, Figures, Necklaces, Netsuke, Elephants, and Pinocchio Toy, six graduating elephant figures on a carved wood base, a netsuke figure, carved necklace with elephant figures, resin and seed pod beaded necklace, dark amber graduating oval beads, painted cast whitemetal elephant figural group, frosted glass baseball paperweight, colorless brandy glass, papier-mâché Indian dancing figure, a Royal Rudolstadt Rose O’Neil Kewpie transferprinted porcelain dish, and a Pinocchio wind-up toy, marked “Brevettato S.I.G.I. Made in Italy.” $100-150 767 Four Ceramic Table Lamps, two Satsuma painted and parcel-gilt lamps, with two-socket fixtures, one vasiform on a brass base, one ginger jar form on a carved wood base; an Asian floral-decorated porcelain covered jar mounted as a lamp with three-socket fixture, mounted on a carved wood base, and a modern green-glazed stoneware jar-form lamp with molded swirls around the sides, ht. 28 1/2 to 31 in. $200-300 768 Four Framed Asian Items, two embroidered silk patches in a common frame, an ancestor portrait, and a floral watercolor on batik cloth, and two small painted panels depicting warring figures on horseback in a common frame, six pieces total, sizes 5 3/4 x 8 3/4 to 30 3/4 x 41 3/4 in. $200-300 769 Eight Murano Art Glass Items, including a cased lavender glass vase with tooled rim and applied foot, two angel musician figures, a latticinio and gilt ribbon decorated bowl, and four ashtrays, ht. to 7 1/4 in. $100-200 770 Quarter-chiming Tubular Bell Floor Clock, c. 1950, the case with full-length glass door, silvered Arabic numeral dial and eight-day, time, strike, and quarter-chiming five tubular bell movement with three weights and pendulum, ht. 77 in. $700-900 771 Asian Carved Hardwood Floor Lamp with Vellum Shade, single-socket fixture, overall ht. 63, wd. 14 1/4, dp. 13 in. $100-150 772 Two-door Oak and Leaded Glass Fourstack Bookcase, early 20th century, ht. 57, wd. 40 1/4, dp. 12 7/8 in. $250-350 773 Twelve Art Glass Salts, mostly gold glass, including two ruffled footed salts with animorphic handles, a leaf-form dish, and a silver overlay landscape-decorated footed salt. $200-250 774 Five Venetian Glass Bird-form Salts, a multicolored rooster, a colorless glass bowlform salt with small perched glass bluebird, and three swans, two ruby glass with clear and gold swan wings, necks, and heads, and one light blue, ht. to 3 1/4 in. $200-400 775 Kuba Rug, Northeast Caucasus, 19th century, 4 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 10 in. $300-500 776 Group of Decorative Household Items, a three-piece sterling silver vanity set with brush, comb, and mirror, a small sterling silver oval dish, a brass-mounted mahogany veneer, lap desk, a pair of Jasperware-type serving spoons, and an Asian hardstone centerpiece. $150-250

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777 Collection of Sewing and Needlework Tools, Textiles, Lace Examples, and Books, including approx. twenty-six assorted pincushions, thirty-two thimbles, one 14kt, two 10kt, several needle cases and needle packages, a box with sewing, crochet, and needlework accoutrements, several darning tools, three ethnic embroidered cotton textiles, several small fragment of lace examples, fifteen mostly 19th century books and booklets on lacemaking, sixteen books on needlework, small wooden yarn winder, a few vintage dressed china lady dolls, and clothes brush dresser figures, several vintage china lady doll half-figure bodies several marked “Germany,” two toy child’s sewing machines, and a book on thimble collecting. $200-400 778 Two What-Not Hanging Corner Shelves, the first of walnut, having pierced and molded sides and three shelves, the other of mahogany with four graduated shelves, (chipping throughout), ht. 27 1/2 to 39 1/4, wd. 17 1/2, corner dp. 12 1/2 to 17 1/2. $200-250 779 Russian Mostly Silver and Cloisonnéenamel Salts and Six Silver Spoons, including a silver-gilt and cloisonné-enameled salt chair, bearing the mark of Vasily Andreyev, a ball-footed salt with scrolling foliage, bearing the mark of Aleksandr Frans Fan-der-flit, 1894, and nine mostly cloisonné-enameled silver-gilt pre-Soviet and Soviet salts, ht. to 5 in. $400-600 780 Brass Mounted Relief-carved Hardwood Asian Mirror, side panels flanking beveled mirror with relief-carved sailing vessels, clouds, and cranes, overall ht. 22 1/4, lg. 43 1/2 in. $100-150 781 Scenic Reverse-painted Glass Lamp Shade, America, early 20th century, domed frosted glass shade with textured exterior, shade dia. 11 7/8 in. $400-600 782 Six Imari-decorated Ceramic Items and Two Floral Gilt-decorated Footed Dishes, Imari decorated pieces including two “Copeland Late Spode” stamped shallow footed serving bowls, a shallow lobed bowl, a small, scallop-rim bowl and plate, and a dinner plate, dia. to 10 7/8 in.. $250-350

783 Five English Pottery Items, a gilt-decorated reticulated white porcelain compote, an oblong floral blue-transferware platter with green-enamel highlights, a scenic blue transferware dinner plate, flow blue paneled milk jug, and a pearlware molded floralbordered teapot, ht. to 9 3/4 in. $200-250 784 Lot of Cranberry, Enamel-decorated, and Bristol-type Glass Items, cranberry glass ruffle-rim dimpled pitcher and large bowl, small deep bowl, mug, opalescent swirled tumbler, opalescent spotted creamer and jar with threaded rim, five grape-etched wines, pressed dimpled toothpick, with etched cranberry-flashed rim, two gilt-enameled drinking vessels, and a small plate; three Bristol-type frosted floral-decorated vases, a floral-enameled fluted green glass vase, and a small lobed iridescent green art glass vase with opalescent threading, twenty items total, ht. to 12 in. $200-250 785 Two Mahogany and White Marble-top Commodes, each with long drawer, two short drawers and cupboard with brass handles and glass knobs. $250-350 786 Painted Tin and Wood “Chi-Namel Super House Paint” Advertising Display Stand, with easel stand, 12 x 23 3/4 in. $200-300 787 Pair of French Porcelain Covered Garniture-type Jars Mounted as Table Lamps, with raised and painted chinoiserie floral decoration, and brass-mounted twosocket fixtures, overall ht. 32 3/8 in. $200-250 788 Six Steuben Sherbets with Underplates, and Twelve Colorless Wineglasses, the wineglasses by an unknown maker, ht. to 6 in. $200-300 789 Four Framed Chromogenic Photograph Prints, depicting the Taj Mahal, waterway scene with distant buildings, Indian street scene with children, and a mother and child, overall dimensions 25 5/8 x 21 1/8 in., in brushed silver metal frames. $150-250

790 Pair of c. 1860s Hand-painted Albumen Photographs of a Man and Woman, 8 1/2 x 6 3/8 in., mounted in later gilded mats and molded wood frames, together with an oval albumen photograph portrait of a girl, in a giltgesso frame. $100-150 791 Seven Wedgwood Jasperware and Two Queen’s Ware Items, jasperware: dark blue dip pitcher, light blue bowl, small tumbler, and four small plates, three commemorative: busts of Lincoln and Kennedy, and 100th “Rotary International” anniversary; and a Queen’s ware vase and rectangular covered box, ht. 1 3/4 to 10 3/4 in. $200-250 792 Chippendale-style Glazed Mahogany Corner Cupboard, America, fourth quarter 19th century, in two parts, having broken arch pediment, two gothic arch mullioned doors, flanked by inset quarter-columns, three interior shelves, terminating on ogee bracket feet, finial detached, (minor veneer chipping), ht. 78 1/2, wd. 37, corner dp. 21 3/4 in. $400-600 793 Louis XV-style Carved Mahogany and Upholstered Slipper Chair and Footstool, the side chair with carved cabriole legs ending in scrolled feet and cream-colored upholstery to back and seat mounted with brass upholstery nails, the stool with similar carved cabriole legs and scrolled feet, and pale green checked upholstery mounted with yellowgreen trim, (breaks, repairs), chair ht. 36, seat ht. 17 in. $100-200 794 Brass-mounted Cloisonné Base Table Lamp, three-socket fixture on vasiform base with chinoiserie floral and foliate decoration, overall ht. 32 in. $200-250 795 Cameo Glass Harbor Scene Decorated Vase, dark brown cut to mottled green, red and yellow, with spurious signature, ht. 4 3/4 in. $600-800 796 Tekke Ensi, West Turkestan, 19th century, 5 ft. x 3 ft. 9 in. $250-350

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797 Twelve Mostly Venetian Glass Salts, four ruffled with metal stands, five other ruffled, one with applied yellow glass hobnail-style decoration, and two small pink metal-mounted salts, ht. to 3 in. $200-250 798 Approximately Thirty-seven Bisque and Porcelain Novelty Salts and Condiment Sets, including strawberries, pumpkins, flowers, pigs, shoes, swans, other birds, and figural items, ht. to 4 in. $150-200 799 Framed Print of Napoléon II (1811-1832), signed l.r., charcoal on paper, sight size 55 x 35 1/2 in., in a later frame, (backed with linen, tears, losses l.r.). Note: Napoléon II, known as Franz, Duke of Reichstadt after 1818, was the son of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, and his second wife, Marie Louise of Austria. $150-250 800 Nineteen Assorted Ceramic Items, four Dorchester Pottery mugs, large California Pottery plate, four vases, one Arts & Crafts, six bowls, one Sascha Brastoff, some studio pottery; a two-gallon Norton stoneware jug, a figure of a woman churning butter, a rectangular dish, and a small ship-decorated container. $200-300 801 Group of Aynsley “Pembroke” Pattern China Tableware, floral-decorated reproduction of an 18th century Aynsley design, including eight each: dinner plates, luncheon plates, dessert plates, demitasse cups, and saucers. $200-300 802 Scenic Reverse-painted Glass Lamp Shade, America, early 20th century, domed frosted shade with textured exterior, shade dia. 12 in. $400-600 803 Afshar Rug, South Persia, 19th century, 6 ft. 5 in. x 4 ft. 2 in. $200-400

804 Pair of Framed Silhouettes of a Man and a Woman, c. 1830s, hollow-cut portraits with ink details, with eglomise mat and molded giltwood frames, 5 7/8 x 5 in., overall. $100-150 805 Two George III-Style Mahogany Serving Trays on Stands, of oval form, the first with satinwood banded border on square tapering legs, the other with large inlaid paterae on bamboo form legs, ht. 19, wd. 26, dp. 18 in. $400-600 806 Salem Holman Shelf Clock, Hartford, Connecticut, with stenciled split columns and splat, pineapple finials, and paw front feet, reverse-painted tablet, wooden Arabic numeral dial, thirty-hour wooden movement and two cast iron weights, ht. 30 1/2 in. 807 Pair of Floral Chintz Upholstered Settees and a French Louis XV-style Bergere Armchair, the settees and armchair upholstered with floral striped “Morte Fontaine Imprime a la Main Collection G. Le Manach” chintz fabric, with 2 1/8- and 1/4-yd. surplus fabric pieces, together with four sage green “Sister Parrish” collection fabric-covered down pillows. $600-800 808 Eighteen Mostly Venetian Colored Glass Salts, many with striped or swirling patterns, including four in basket-form holders, a pink and white striped floriform salt, a yellow and white patterned salt, and two blue and white striped salts, a near pair of blue and green abstract molded salts, a pink and clear glass hobnail salt, and several pink striped salts. $150-250 809 Nineteen Mostly Venetian Glass Salts, including a pair of gold and white, two ruffled yellow and orange striped footed salts, a small blue striped salt with metal frame and glass bird, two salts with figural stems (broken), and additional striped and colored glass pieces, ht. to 3 1/2 in. $200-300

810 Five Prints: Samuel Chamberlain (American, 18951975), The Shadowy Street and Untitled, Shadowy signed “Samuel Chamberlain” in pencil l.r. and inscribed “Verneuil” in pencil l.l., Untitled unsigned, inscribed “Without Retroussage...” l.c., Shadowy etching, Untitled aquatint; James Duffield Harding (British, 1798-1863), Roslin Castle, titled and inscribed “...JDHarding” within the matrix l.l. and l.r., lithograph on paper; Léon Gaucherel (French, 19th Century), Longeres, Bretagne, titled l.c. and inscribed “Leon Gaucherel del” within the matrix l.r., lithograph; Continental School, 20th Century, Untitled [Staircase], numbered, signed and dated “.../60...1916-” in pencil l.l. and l.r.; sheet sizes to 30 1/2 x 21 1/4 in.; all unframed. Condition: All with toning or acid burn, losses/ abrasions. $100-150 811 Continental School, 20th Century Four Framed Works. One monogrammed l.r., one identified with a Plate & Co. copyright stamp. Oils on canvas and canvasboard, gouache, and carbro tricolor print, sizes to 14 x 11 in., framed. Condition: Some with losses, accretions, tears. $200-250 812 Eight Staffordshire Pottery and Bisque Child Figures/Figural Groups, including three elaborate Victorian trinket boxes: children and doll in baby carriage, two children in a bed, and a child and doll in a bassinette; a child and dog figural group, and four bisque figures child on chair, baby with crown, little girl with doll, and an 18th century dressed boy with cornucopia vase, ht. 3 to 6 1/2 in. $250-350 813 Brass and Glass Student Lamp, with milk glass shade and colorless chimney resting on brass ring, converted to electric, overall ht. 20 1/2 in. $100-150 814 Parian Ware Shakespeare Figurine, ht. 12 in. $150-200

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815 Four Pieces of Modern Lacquered Chinese-style Furniture, a pair of chinoiseriedecorated three-tier tables with bamboo-form gold-painted wooden legs, ht. 26, a small tray-top table, ht. 11, and a small table with pullout tray, ht. 13 in. $100-200 816 Five Glass Fluid Burning Lamps and a Wheel-etched Glass Domed Cover, including two colorless hand lamps, one with camphene burners, and three table or desk lamps, with pressed fonts, one with wheel-cut berry and leaf border, and a domed cover with etched fruiting and flowering vine, ht. 4 1/4 to 11 in. $200-300 817 Four Modern Scandinavian Design Pottery Items, three vases and a freeform bowl with woman, bird, and leafy branch decoration with gilt accents, two signed, ht. 2 3/8 to 9 1/2 in. $200-250 818 Christine Rosamond (American, b. 1947) Contemplation, 1976. Numbered, signed, and dated “182/300 Rosamond...” in pencil in the matrix. Lithograph, sheet size 32 x 32 1/2 in., unframed. Condition: Slight soiling to edges, two tape hinge remnants adhered to top edge, slight handling creases to u.r. and l.r. corners. $150-200 819 Eleven Quimper Pottery Table Items, two mugs, four soup bowls, creamer covered sugar bowl, small plate, and a boxed set with shell-form dish and knife. $200-300 820 Southern Pine Low Post Bed, with rails, overall ht. 30 1/2, wd. 51 1/2 in. $50-75 821 Secessionist-style Black-painted Armchair, in the style of Otto Wagner (1841-1918), Vienna, black-painted curved crest rail with carved terminating in semicircular handholds over a geometrically-carved back splat, deep saddle seat and contiguously curved medial leg support, ht. 29 in. $250-350

822 Three Marquetry-top Tables, two drum tables with central paterae inlaid friezes and inlaid banding, one having swivel drawers, all on square tapering legs, together with a kidney shaped writing desk, the top inlaid with floral sprays and musical instruments, having round, fluted legs terminating on casters, ht. 28, dia. 21 in. $400-600 823 Collection of Twenty-three Assorted Boxes and Containers, twelve lithographed tin with advertising including typewriter ribbon, “Lucky Strike” cigarettes, “Elgin Watch Co.” watch parts box, chewing tobacco tin, cigar tin; four lithographed cardboard containers including apothecary, gum, thumbtacks, pencil leads; a lapped-seam wood pantry box, Northern Europe lap-seam box, a Victorian box with lithograph flowers and rural scene, a pewter and resin dresser box, a mother-of-pearl-inlaid wooden box etc. $200-250 824 Fifteen Ceramics and Glass Reference Books, including Ceramics Source Book, Masterpieces of American Glass, Contemporary Glass, Scandinavian Glass in the Twentieth Century, Dictionary of American Pottery Marks, The Blue China Book, and The Book of Buffalo Pottery. $100-200 825 Heriz Carpet, Northwest Persia, 20th century, 11 ft. 9 in. x 9 ft. 2 in. $1,200-1,500 826 Kuba Rug, Northeast Caucasus, 19th century, 6 ft. x 3 ft. 6 in. $300-500 827 Large Assorted Lot of Ceramics, Glass, and Decorative Table Items, highlights including six blue and colorless cut glass stemware, two transferware teapots, sugar bowl and pitcher, stoneware covered casserole, six gilt-decorated blue glass tumblers, jester pitcher, cabbage leaf pitcher, six pink glass chick egg cups, several small serving dishes and plates, and pudding mold, approx. sixty-eight items. $200-300

828 Oak George III Bowfront Hanging Corner Cupboard, England, early 19th century, with mahogany and oak veneer, two doors enclosing a shelved interior, and string and shell inlays adorning cornice and doors, ht. 43 3/4, wd. 31, corner depth 20 1/4 in. $300-500 829 Set of Four Williams-Sonoma Red Lacquered Faux Bamboo Armchairs, with black cotton upholstered seat cushions, ht. 35 1/2 in. $150-250 830 Chippendale-style Mahogany Tilt-top Tea Table, England or America, top and base together by association, tilt-top over balusterturned support on tripod base terminating in slipper-carved feet, ht. 28, dia. 27 1/2 in. $300-500 831 Approximately Sixty Asian Porcelain Salts, mostly Noritake and Nippon, including a Noritake celery dish and six matching salts, a heart-form Nippon salt, and a Japanese figural salt, ht. to 2 in. $100-200 832 Thirteen Novelty Colorless Glass Salts, including two wagon-form salts, two shellform salts, and a Combination glass salt, impressed on underside “Combination Pat. February 27, 1872,” ht. to 2 1/2 in. $200-250 833 Eighteen Milk Glass Salts, late 19th and early 20th century, in various forms, including a diamond pattern salt shaker, a turtle-form salt, and a circular hobnail pattern salt, ht. to 2 1/2 in. $150-250 834 Weller Pottery Coppertone Glazed Figural Frog Vase, (minor hairline), ht. 4 in. $200-250 835 Parian Ware Bust of Napoleon, ht. 9 7/8 in. $200-250 836 Pair of Murano Art Glass Table Lamps, Italy, mid 20th century, composed of swirled ribbed opalescent yellow glass, supported on four colorless scrolled ribbed glass feet, with lamp shades, overall ht. 38 in. $300-500

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837 Two Tables and a Shelf, a mahogany veneered octagonal table with conforming case, scalloped apron, and green tooledleather top, a walnut George III one-drawer stand with square top, and ring- and postturned supports, and a pine rack with brass urn finials, ht. 25, wd. 18 1/2 to 26 1/2, dp. 15 1/4 to 19 in. $400-600 838 Seventeen Assorted Blue and White Decorated Ceramics, mostly blue transferdecorated Staffordshire pottery including a large oblong platter, five dinner plates with assorted scenes, oval plate, oval serving bowl, small round bowl, and a pen tray; three “Blue Willow” oval dishes, Chinese export porcelain scallop-rim serving bowl, Fitzhugh pattern soup plate, and a divided saucer/dessert plate; and a later dinner plate with floral and foliate decoration. $200-400 839 Fumio Fujita (Japanese, b. 1933) Path to the Moon, 1969. Titled, signed, dated, and numbered “...A./F. Fujita/...6/100...” in pencil l.r. Color woodcut, sight size 16 x 22 3/4 in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of frame. $100-150 840 British School, 19th/20th Century Sailing Ships under Moonlight. Signed indistinctly “H.G. Lask...” l.r. Oil on cardboard, 15 x 11 in., unframed. Condition: Punctures, tears, abrasions, fine craquelure, surface grime. $300-400 841 Group of Reproduction Russian Imperial Porcelain, partial set of twenty-two Faberge Imperial Court Malachite pattern tableware items, including plates, cups, teapot, sugar bowl, and creamer; eight plates, a bowl, and two leaf-form dishes featuring decoration examples of various Russian royalty dinner service patterns; and two mugs and a teacup and saucer with gilt and blue underglaze lattice design, approx. 37 items. $150-250 842 Pair of Walnut Regency-style Chiffonier Bookcases, with raised open tier back with pierced brass galleries, gilt-brass mounts and open lower section, ht. 50 1/2, wd. 39, dp. 15 1/4 in. $600-800

843 Mid-century Blondewood Veneer Lift-top Bar Cabinet, ht. 38 1/4, wd. 26 1/4 in. $100-150 844 Five Ceramic and Glass Items, including a Staffordshire black basalt coffeepot, a Royal Worcester pottery jug with blue-transfer Chinese waterway scene, a porcelain piano baby, a pewter-mounted salt-glazed pottery pitcher, and a large Bristol opalescent custard glass covered jar with Aesthetic Movement painted vegetation and scenic enamel decoration, ht. 6 3/8 to 19 in. $300-400 845 Eight Assorted Small Art Pottery Items, including four vases, one with crystalline glaze, two bowls, a puzzle jug, and cat figural toothpick holder (repaired), ht. to 4 1/2 in. $100-150 846 Kurd Saddlebags, Northwest Persia, 19th20th century, 3 ft. 5 in. x 1 ft. 11 in. $300-400 847 Kazak Rug, Southwest Caucasus, 5 ft. 4 in. x 3 ft. 6 in. $400-600 848 Two Shelf Clocks, both eight-day springdriven movements, one a French black slate time and strike the other a reproduction Brewster & Ingraham twin steeple clock. $200-300 849 John West (American, 20th Century) Untitled (Triptych). Incised “John West” c.r. on the right panel. Acid-etched metal plates, 34 x 23 in., framed. Condition: Minor surface grime. $400-600 850 Twenty Ruby Glass Salts and Shakers, including two with ball-decorated rims, several with applied colorless ruffled lips, a shaker and lidded pot set, and a ruffled salt with silverplated basket-form stand, ht. to 5 in. $150-250

851 Twenty-seven Colorless Glass Salts and Salt Liners, various sizes and shapes, some pairs, including one Jones Metal Products and one with incised signature “Art Reed 8th Nosc 2003” to base. $100-150 852 Fourteen-piece Victorian Ivory Dresser Set and Four Small Asian Items, including a hand mirror, comb, four brushes, glove stretcher, round covered box, oblong covered box, oval pincushion, bottle, shoehorn button hook, and a lid to an oblong box, and a resin handled nail file; together with a carved hardstone pug dog figure, cast bronze horse figure, abalone-studded lacquer box, and a small exotic wood oblong covered box. $175-300 853 Afghan Carpet, late 20th century, 11 ft. 6 in. x 8 ft. 2 in. $500-600 854 Three Molded Art Pottery Vases, a turquoise Van Briggle swirled leaf bowl, Weller Pottery leaf-form footed bowl and yellow vase, ht. to 6 1/4 in. $200-300 855 Chintz Upholstered Armchair, Settee, and Three Matching Polished Cotton Curtains, the armchair with rotating base, the furniture, three lined curtains, and two valances with polished cotton fabric in a pattern comprising Near East figures and buildings and vegetation on a taupe ground. $250-350 856 Parian Figural Dog Group “Imposing on Good Nature,” ht. 5, wd. 9 7/8 in. $150-200 857 Statton Chippendale-style Carved Cherry Bonnet-top Highboy, one piece, ht. 83 3/4, wd. 39 1/2 in. $1,000-1,500

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858 Eight Decorative Glass, Metal, and Pottery Items, four glass: a colorless oblong faceted paperweight, a translucent gray Venetian glass bowl (rim chip), an iridescent globular art glass paperweight mark “RC” on the base, and a Simon Pearce colorless apple-form paperweight; a small oval floral-decorated porcelain trinket box, two small terra cotta planters with porcelain blossoms, and a covered box with silver metal mounted blue and white Asian pottery fragment. $100-150 859 Rookwood Pottery Vellum Vase Mounted as a Lamp, c. 1900, decorated with a floral border, ht. 9 in., with removable single-socket lamp fixture. $250-350 860 Attributed to Marjorie E. Bevlin (American, 20th Century) Portfolio of Thirteen Studies for Textile Designs, together with a silhouette fashion study, fourteen works total. Some initialed “M.E.B.” to reverse and numbered. Gouache on paper, sizes to 24 x 18 3/4 in., unframed. Note: Accompanied by two photocopied biographies of Bevlin. $200-300 861 American School, 20th Century Shadowy Figures/Street Scene, Possibly New Orleans. Signed and dated “RVS 61” l.r. Oil on Masonite, sight size 11 3/4 x 15 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Surface grime, very minor abrasions. $150-250 862 Biarritz Royal Staffordshire Pottery Partial Dinner Set and Small Group of Clarice Cliff Pottery Tableware, the partial set decorated with bands of orange and brown comprising three dinner plates, two luncheon plates, seven soup plates, three cups, three saucers, a creamer, five medium size bowls, and eleven small bowls; and fourteen Clarice Cliff items: five cups, five saucers, and a creamer and sugar bowl, with green and cream-colored glaze, and two small round polychrome glazed dishes; and a miscellaneous cover. $200-300

863 Pair of Joseph Gerte Company Neoclassical-style Carved Maple and Burl Veneer Twin Beds, Boston, 20th century with branded marks on lowermost rail on headboard, headboard ht. 39, wd. 39 in. $300-500 864 Pair of Parian Grapevine-decorated Vases, Pitcher, Figurine, and Three Small Containers, the pitcher depicting Cupid and a nude woman, the figurine depicting a woman holding a sheaf of wheat; three small containers including a shell/dolphin dish, feminine hand and blossom bud vase, and a pointer hunting dog spill or bud vase, ht. 3 1/2 to 9 in. $250-350 865 White-painted Cast Metal and Slag Glass Table Lamp, eight-panel overlay shade with scrolled foliage and torch design set with panels of white and caramel striated slag glass, on two-socket standard with conforming cast metal paneled shaft and base, ht. 23 3/4, shade dia. 17 3/4 in. $200-300 866 Four Pieces of Molded American Art Pottery, a Roseville Pottery Donatello pattern low bowl, and a blue Clematis pattern vase, a Weller log-form planter, and child and goose figural flower frog, ht. 2 1/4 to 9 1/4 in. $300-500 867 Group of Mostly Hand-blown Glass Marbles, including onion skin swirl, ribbon core swirl, solid core/ribbon swirl, micaflecked examples and a few machine-made swirled, approx. sixty-eight total. $200-250 868 Spanish/American School, 20th Century ...No. 6. Inscribed, signed, dated, and illegibly titled “Eusebi 1982...No. 6” on the reverse. Acrylic on flocked canvas, 39 x 29 1/2 in., framed (under glass). $100-125 869 Two Hand-painted Meissen Floraldecorated Dinner Plates, (rim chips, small paint loss), dia. 9 in. $200-400

870 Pair of Victorian Black-painted, Giltdecorated, and Mother-of-pearl-inlaid Cane Seat Side Chairs, ht. 31 1/4 in. $150-250 871 Regency-style Carved Mahogany Open Bookcase, with two adjustable shelves and four-paneled back, flanked by rosette carved volutes, ht. 36, wd. 39 3/4, dp. 10 1/4 in. $300-500 872 Near Pair Bowfront Lacquered Corner Cabinets, mid to late 19th century, with floral decorated vignettes and still life cartouches, both having red-painted three-shelf interior and three black lacquered exterior shelves, (areas of lacquer loss throughout, separation to door boards), ht. 48 1/2 to 50, wd. 19 1/2 to 20, corner depth 12 1/2 to 13 1/2 in. $400-600 873 Six Ceramic Hummel/Child Figures/Figural Groups, W. Goebel, West Germany, four with blue bee stamp marks, ht. to 6 in. $200-250 874 Nine Ceramic and Wood Figures Including Ari Carvings and Gorham, and a Hummel Watch, six carved and painted figures of children by Ari, Italy, three Gorham porcelain Norman Rockwell inspired figures: “Big Decision,” “Pride of Parenthood,” and “Optometrist”; and a gold-tone watch on chain with lithograph Hummel “Ring Around The Roses” scene view from back aperture, mounted under a small clear plastic dome, ht. 3 1/4 to 6 1/4 in. $200-250 875 Kelim, India, 20th century, 8 ft. x 5 ft. 4 in. $300-500 876 Hide-covered Dome-top Box, rectangular pine box with brass swing handle (one missing), lined with 1791 dated Columbian Centinel Boston newspaper, the bottom with incised script “O Thayer,” (imperfections), ht. 7 5/8, wd. 22 1/2, dp. 10 1/2 in. $200-250 877 Pair of Patinated Bronze Table Lamps, possibly Carl Sorensen, single-socket fixture on a baluster form lamp base, overall ht. 44 1/4 in. $300-500

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878 French-style Painted Provincial Scenedecorated Canvas Four-panel Floor Screen, ht. 65 1/2, panel wd. 19 1/2 in. $150-200 879 Rectangular Carved Rattan Tray with Stand, rectangular tray with rattan-carved sides and slat bottom over collapsible faux bamboo-carved stand. ht. 21 1/4, wd. 34 1/2, dp. 23 in. $250-350 880 Five Assorted Chairs, a carved mahogany Centennial tassel-back armchair with eagle head handholds, leather upholstery and pierced Marlborough legs, a walnut Renaissance Revival hall chair with figural carved back, a mahogany Georgian corner chair with scalloped apron, a mother-of-pearl and marquetry-inlaid side chair, and a faux cheetah skin upholstered Eastlake rocking chair, ht. 35 to 38 in. $400-600 881 Nine Slag and Colored Glass Salts, including two bird-form salts, a pink and giltrimmed cylix-form salt, and a circular cut slag glass salt, ht. to 2 1/4 in. $125-175 882 Twenty-one Mostly Amber Glass Salts, including two pink glass salts, a floral decorated amber salt, a buggy-form pressed glass salt and a squirrel-form pressed glass salt, ht. to 2 in. $175-225 883 Six Molded Weller Roma Pattern Art Pottery Planters, four with impressed or stamped pottery marks, ht. 4 to 5 1/2 in. $400-600 884 Cut Overlay Glass Vase Mounted as a Table Lamp, vasiform, with opalescent white glass cut to ruby glass with arabesque designs borderers with gilt, two-socket electric fixture, mounted on a modern painted wood base ht. 29 in. $200-250 885 Group of Black Forest Wall Clocks, Germany, 20th century, including a one-day musical cuckoo clock, two eight-day cuckoo clocks, four swinging girl clocks on a sales display board, a Connecticut Clock Co. “American Bob White” clock, and three timeonly wall clocks. $250-350

886 Mosaic Art Glass and Gilt Cast Iron Table Lamp, domical shade with flower and foliage arranges leaded glass segments in yellow and peach-toned striated slag glass raised on a two-socket standard with stylized anthemion leaf designs, ht. 23 1/4, dia. 15 3/4 in. $400-600 887 Three Mahogany Tilt-top Tea Tables, England, early to mid-19th century, the first with circular top, ring- and ball-turned shaft on spider legs, the second with circular top, vasiform-turned shaft, cabriole legs, and snake feet, the third with rectangular top, vasiform-turned shaft and spider legs, ht. 27 1/2, wd. 33, dp. 23 in. $400-600 888 Seven Ceramic Hummel Child Figures/ Figural Groups, W. Goebel, West Germany, late 20th century, ht. 6 to 8 1/2 in. $300-500 889 Ettore Tito (Italian, 1859-1941) Four Framed Hand-colored Prints: Aide toi, le ciel t’aidera, On a souvent besoin d’un plus petit que soi, Qui trop embrasse..., and Les paroles s’envolent les ecrits restent. Each signed within the matrix l.l. or l.r. Handcolored engravings on paper, sight size 8 3/4 x 6 1/4 in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of frames. $200-400 890 Twenty-six Mostly Cloisonné Chinese Salts, various forms, including an open swan-form cloisonné salt, a square, tapering, rosedecorated cloisonné salt, and two floral motif relief-carved Peking glass salts, ht. to 2 1/2 in. $250-300 891 Pair of Hand-painted Meissen Porcelain Cherub Figures, (damage to one), ht. to 8 in. $200-250 892 Five Labeled Ceramic Canisters, Germany, America, two ceramic German canisters, one marked Zucker (sugar) with tin lid, the other, Kaffe (coffee) with pewter lid, a hand-painted porcelain canister marked “Vitamin,” and two contemporary porcelain apothecary jars with decorative labels and gold trim, labeled “Jeanne Robinette,” ht. to 10 1/2, dia. to 5 in. $250-350

893 Group of Ten Turned Wooden Wig and Hat Stands, ht. 7 7/8 to 24 3/4 in. $150-250 894 Two Small Victorian Molded Glass Oil Lamps, one with ribbed globe and font of transparent pink cased with opalescent white glass, the other frosted ruby red glass, ht. to 8 3/4 in. $250-350 895 Eleven Assorted Royal Doulton Figurines, six women in long gowns, four girls, and a “Little Boy Blue” figure, ht. 3 1/2 to 7 1/2 in. $400-600 896 Baluch Rug, Northeast Persia, 19th century, 5 ft. x 3 ft. 5 in. $150-250 897 Collection of Modern Machine-made Glass Marbles and a Group of Clay Marbles, a tin box filled with and assortment of transparent and opaque glass marbles with internal stripes and swirls, a few iridescent examples, approx. fifty-nine clay marbles, and four glazed ceramic marbles. $200-250 898 Diminutive Brown-painted Six-board Chest and a Carved Working Canada Goose Decoy, chest ht. 13 1/4, wd. 16 3/4, dp. 11 1/4, decoy ht. 8 3/4, lg. 25 in. $200-250 899 Handel Signed Patinated Cast Bronze Boudoir Lamp Base, with single-socket fixture, the base ornamented with trees in relief, on a concentric circle footed base, overall ht. 14 in. $300-500 900 Fourteen Colorless Glass Salts, some metal-mounted, including a two-bowl salt with carved wooden bear, a sterling-mounted Webster, two silver overlay, a rectangular salt with silver paw-foot stand and matching shovel-form scoop, and several with impressed or molded initial marks to bases. $50-75 901 Sixteen Colorless Glass Salts, cut and pressed glass, various forms, including a Clarke “Fairy Pyramid” bowl, ht. to 3 in. $75-125

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902 Twenty-one Etched Colorless Glass Salts, various forms, with a range of etched floral, fruit, and geometric designs, some sets and pairs. $75-125 903 Three Oriental Rugs, 19th/20th century, a Tekke, 4 ft. x 3 ft. 10 in., another Tekke, 6 ft. x 4 ft. 7 in., and a Baluch, 4 ft. x 2 ft. 5 in. $300-500 904 Three-piece Silver Overlay Black Glass Console Set with Art Nouveau Border, comprising two candleholders and a center bowl, ht. 8 1/2, 3 3/4, bowl dia. 8 3/4 in. $200-300 905 Southwest Persian Bagface, 20th century, 2 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. 2 in. $300-500 906 Set of Four Carved Continental Side Chairs, early 20th century, with bowed crests, basket of fruit carved splats, and woven rush seats, ht. 34 3/4, wd. 17, dp. 19 1/2 in. $200-300 907 Classical-style Carved Walnut Glass-top Center Table, removable circular glass top over carved medallion of soldier and woman in profile set into circular table top over rounded molded edges and carved apron over four caryatid-carved figural legs and carved cruciform stretchers, ht. 22 1/2, dia. 22 in. $150-200 908 Ten Ceramic Hummel Child Figures, W. Goebel, West Germany, late 20th century, primarily little girl figures, ht. 3 3/4 to 5 7/8 in. $300-500 909 Late Victorian Leaded Slag Glass Ceiling Light Fixture, domed bent panel shade with dropped apron with fruit border, brass gaslight external fixture, with interior three-light electric sockets, overall ht. approx. 25, dia. 25 in. $600-800

910 Larry Gluck (American, b. 1931) The Fruit Seller. Signed “L. Gluck” and location identified “VIRGIN ISLANDS” l.r. Watercolor on paper, sheet size 22 3/8 x 15 1/8 in., framed (under glass). Condition: Toning, minor staining, some losses to margins, not examined out of frame. $200-300 911 Two Portraits of Neil Welliver (American, 1929-2005): Ab Bornfeld (American, 20th Century), Kind of Blue, initialed “AB” l.r., titled and dated “6-86” to reverse, oil on canvas, sight size 12 x 12 in., framed; and Tom Jones (American, 20th Century), Portrait of Neil Welliver, signed l.r., chromogenic print, sight size 18 3/4 x 18 3/4 in., framed. $300-500 912 Green Transfer-decorated Well-and-Tree Staffordshire Pottery Platter, oblong platter with shaped edges, depicting a Near East port scene with figures, with floral border, 16 1/2 x 19 1/2 in. $200-300 913 Two English 19th Century Upholstered Chairs, England, early 19th century, a mahogany Chippendale wing chair with scrolled arms, oak H-stretcher base and molded Marlborough legs, and a carved Regency library chair with scrolled arms and turned, reeded legs, ht. 35 1/2 to 44 1/4, wd. 28 to 31 1/2, dp. 34 to 31 1/2 in. $150-250 914 Red-painted Open Corner Cupboard, America, late 19th century, with cornice and base molding, the upper section with three open shelves, above a lower door and one interior shelf, ht. 75 1/2, wd. 29 1/4, corner dp. 18 1/4 in. $200-300 915 Two Mid-20th Century British Army Wool Dress Uniforms and a Naval Tunic, the dress uniforms comprising two wool felt tricorn hats labeled “6 7/8/S. Patey (London) Ltd./1965/Royal Hospital Chelsea,” two red wool tunics embroidered shoulder straps and collars, and three pairs of navy wool trousers. $200-250

916 Three Copper Pots and a Brass Samovar, including a kettle with swing handle, a large round covered two-handle pot, and a small deep round pot with riveted copper handle, the samovar with brass undertray, ht. 7 5/8 to 29 in. $150-200 917 Eight Decorated Porcelain Items, including set of six Limoges fish plates with handpainted seaside and fishing scenes, a Limoges shaped tray with hand-painted grapevines, and a Nippon two-handle footed vase with floral and gilt decoration, ht. to 9, dia. to 14 1/2 in. $200-250 918 After Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890-1918) Two Reproductions After Watercolors: Woman with Homunculus, 1910; and Hindering The Artist Is A Crime, It Is Murdering Life In The Bud, 1912. Identified within the matrix. Color collotypes on paper, sight sizes 18 1/2 x 12 1/4 in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of frames. $100-150 919 Ten Commemorative Elizabeth and George VI Coronation Porcelain Items, with transfer, painted, and gilt decoration, including a plate, two ashtrays, two small square dishes, three mugs, a pitcher, and a covered box, ht. to 4 3/8 in. $75-150 920 Three Tin Lithographed Spice Tins, labeled “PEPPER, MUSTARD” and “CLOVES,” each with an oval portrait of a little girl on the front, ht. 10, wd. 9, dp. 9 1/2 in. $200-250 921 Three Advertising Display Items, a painted tin razor dispenser, a 1919 patented “Anheuser-Busch” stoneware and nickel beer dispenser base, and a lithographed “Mayo’s Cut Plug” roly-poly advertising tobacco tin in the form of a singing gentleman dressed in a tuxedo, holding a cigar and sheet music, ht. 7 to 16 1/2 in. $150-250 922 Bronze-mounted and Marquetry Credenza, allover arabesque decoration, the breakfronted velvet-covered top over conforming case fitted with three glass doors enclosing shelved interior, on plinth base, ht. 44 1/2, wd. 70 1/2, dp. 16 1/4 in. $500-1,000

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923 Six Wedgwood Light Blue Jasper-dip Teaware Items, comprising a teapot, milk jug, covered sugar, creamer and a cup and saucer, ht. to 5 1/4 in. $150-250 924 Fourteen Ceramic Hummel Child Figures/ Figural Groups, W. Goebel, West Germany, nine figures playing musical instruments or singing, (one damaged), ht. 2 7/8 to 5 7/8 in. $400-600 925 Transylvanian-style Machine-made Carpet, 20th century, 11 ft. 8 in. x 8 ft. 2 in. $400-600 926 Sarouk Mat, West Persia, early 20th century, 3 ft. x 2 ft. 2 in. $250-350 927 Twelve Assorted Glass and Metal Decorative Household Items, mid to late 20th century, an Orrefors heavy glass vase, a Scandinavian black glass bowl with white lines, a Schmidt/Rhea studio glass sculpture, an Italian glass clown figural decanter, two glass bowls with silver-mounted bases, one marked “Hawkes,” two Danish plated silver bowls with red enameled interiors, a Norwegian pewter bottle opener, and three enameled brass flatware serving pieces. $100-125 928 Red-painted Pine Lift-top Blanket Chest, America, 19th century, red-painted lift-top over pine interior fitted with till over carved base moldings and bracket feet. ht. 24 1/2, wd. 48, dp. 18 1/2 in. $400-600 929 Near Pair of French Provincial Fruitwood Armchairs, late 19th century, with carved slat backs and arm supports, woven rush seat, square based stretchers and turned turnip feet, together with a pair of beechwood upholstered foot stools with carved rosettes and fluted, tapering legs, ht. 9 to 35 3/4, wd. 13 to 21, dp. 10 to 20 1/2 in. $200-400 930 Set of Four Modernist Chrome Swivel Chairs, mid to late 20th century, with black leather upholstery, five legged steel base, impressed on leg “OLYMP,” ht. 34, wd. 22 1/4, dp. 24 1/2 in. $400-600

931 Eleven Colored Glass Salts, including a gilt decorated green and blue cut glass salt, a triangular, pinwheel pattern amethyst glass salt, and a multicolored, lobe pattern, footed salt, ht. to 2 in. $50-75 932 Fifteen Green Glass Salts, including six vaseline cut glass salts in various forms, a green opalescent, diamond and lobe pattern salt, a vaseline pressed glass leaf-form salt, and a footed shell-form salt, ht. to 2 in. $50-75 933 Two American Art Pottery Jardinières, one decorated with classical molded columns and medallions with busts of children, the other with molded ivory glazed classical designs and figures on a deep blue ground, (hairlines, restoration), ht. 7 3/4, 8 3/4 in. $400-600 934 Twenty-one Assorted Belleek Porcelain Items, mid to late 20th century, varied shapes and patterns, including six creamers, a sugar bowl, three teacups, four saucers, three heartshaped dishes, a heart-shaped box, bud vase, honey pot, and a small condiment jar, ht. to 6 1/8 in. $100-150 935 Eight Small Asian Hardstone Carvings, including a brush rest and pendants, dia. to 3 3/4 in. $200-300 936 Four Assorted Asian Snuff Bottles, enameled porcelain, glass, and metal examples and one hardstone, ht. 2 3/4 to 3 1/8 in. $200-300 937 Collection of Penknives and Seals, fifteen penknives with handles of bone, mother-ofpearl, wood, and resin; and thirteen seals with handles of wood, sterling silver, brass, hardstone, mother-of-pearl, and bone. $200-300 938 Twelve Ceramic Hummel Child Figures, W. Goebel, West Germany, late 20th century, primarily boys, ht. 4 to 5 3/4 in. $300-500

939 Four Framed Works: Ira Moskowitz (Polish, 1912-2001), Conversation, signed l.r., numbered “115/250” l.l., identified on a label from Ferdinand Roten Galleries on the reverse, hand-colored etching on paper, image size 5 3/4 x 4 3/4; a small portrait of a child, inscribed “Little Arthur 2nd State” in pencil, etching on paper, image size 2 1/4 x 2; an interior scene after Whistler; and a chromolithograph of six babies, signed “E. Waugh” within the matrix l.r., printed “Copyright 1888 by L. Prang & Co. Boston” l.l., sight size 6 1/2 x 11 3/4 in. $200-250 940 Pair of Cast Iron Scottie Dog Boot Scrapers, ht. 6 3/4, wd. 7 1/4 in. $200-400 941 Two American Art Pottery Vases, a twohandled ovoid Fulper Pottery vase with blue and creamy tan streaked glossy glaze, and a matte green-glazed tapered oval Seldon Bybee pottery vase with molded leaf blades, ht. 7 1/4, 6 7/8 in. $300-500 942 Kindel Louis XVI-style Desk, top with turreted corners, one drawer over open section, over three drawer construction, the case flanked by round, fluted shafts, branded on interior of top drawer “Kindel Grand Rapids,” ht. 50, wd. 39 1/2, dp. 19 1/4 in. $300-500 943 Classical Mahogany Two-drawer Work Table and Ottoman, America, second quarter 19th century, work table with mahogany and mahogany veneer, serpentine top and conforming case, floral decorated milk glass knobs and pedestal base, together with serpentine mahogany ottoman with floral needlepoint cushion, (bale holes filled, knobs newer), ht. 16 to 28 1/4, wd. 18 to 23, dp. 18 to 14 1/2 in. $150-250 944 Queen Anne-style Carved Cherry Coffee Table, 20th century, with molded rectangular top, carved pinwheel decorated apron, H-stretcher base, cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, ht. 18, wd. 32, dp. 18 in. $200-250

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945 New England Birch Tall Clock and Gilbert Shelf Clock, scroll-top hood, tombstone waist door, bracket feet, painted iron dial, eight-day, time and strike, weight-powered movement and a Gilbert, eight-day, time and strike shelf clock, tall clock ht. 85 in. $200-250 946 Persian Carpet, 20th century, 17 ft. 2 in. x 11 ft. 2 in. $1,000-1,500 947 Three Oriental Rugs, 20th century, Tekke, 3 ft. 5 in. x 3 ft., Gendje, 5 ft. x 3 ft. 5 in., and Isparta, 5 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. 8 in. $200-250 948 Fifteen-piece Royal Bayreuth Polychrome Transfer-decorated Scenic Fish Porcelain Tableware, including twelve dinner plates, a sauce boat with an undertray and a large elongated oval platter, dia. to 23 in. $600-800 949 Six Painted and Gilded Minton Asparagus Plates, dia. 10 in. $200-400 950 Group Mostly English Ceramic Items and a Small Metal Group, including two Wedgwood green Jasperware cream jugs, a blue transferdecorated cow creamer, a pale blue molded salt glaze pitcher, a blue floral transferware pitcher, Chelseaware tea ware with a teapot, creamer, covered sugar, bowl, and two cups and saucers, a gilt-ornamented Spode bowl, eight Wedgwood gilt-accented blue transferdecorated soup plates, and a blue sponge and gilt-decorated pottery jardinière; and an embossed figural-decorated plated silver box, and twelve silver metal souvenir demitasse spoons, ht. to 8 in. $200-250 951 Assorted Group of Mostly Small Glass Items, including six inkwells, three novelty perfume bottles, two blown glass mushrooms, two aqua insulators; five small lighting devices, two pincushions, a miniature pottery frog mug, and a small packet of vintage lithograph Christmas and holiday cards. $100-150

952 Boxed Set of Six Steuben Sherries, ht. 6 5/8 in. $150-250 953 Northwest Persian Long Rug, 20th century, 7 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 6 in. $400-600 954 Three English Ceramic Items, three Staffordshire figures and figural items, a seated spaniel, impressed “Beswick England 1378-5” to base, and a pair of figures of a blonde boy and girl, ht. to 8 1/2 in. $100-150 955 Collection of Eighteen Assorted Seashells and Five Polished Hardstone Ornaments. $200-250 956 Six Assorted Asian Embroidered Silk Textiles, depicting figures, flowers, dragons, birds, and butterflies, dia. 7 to 33 1/4 in. $200-300 957 Collection of Tobacco Pipes and Cheroot/ Cigarette Holders, thirteen pipes, many with burl and exotic wood bowls, ten cheroot/ cigarette holders, in exotic wood, mother-ofpearl, ivory, and resin, four cased. $150-250 958 Miniature Portrait on Ivory, possibly Spain, 19th century, signed “V. Hav,” oval, depicting a woman in a red dress and white veil with one breast exposed, against a red background, in a gilt-metal frame, sight ht. 3 3/8 in. $150-250

959 Thirty-seven Assorted Art, Photography, Literature, and Nature-related Titles, including three Edward Gorey volumes, The Utter Zoo Alphabet: A Book of Postcards, The Epiplectic Bicycle, and The World of Edward Gorey, Hand-Painted POP: American Art in Transition 1955-62, for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Mark Rothko: Works on Paper, by Bonnie Clearwater, The Russian Avant-Garde Book 1910-1934, by Margit Rowell and Deborah Wye for the Museum of Modern Art, Mai de la photo 1994, Road, by James Fee, Imogen Cunningham: Ideas without End, A Life in Photographs, by Richard Lorenz, Bright, bright day, by Andrey Tarkovsky, Ten Tons, by John Bisbee, Pinhole Journal Vol. 11 #3, Frederick Sommer: Words/Images, a two-volume cased set, The Darkroom Cookbook, by Stephen G. Anchell, Ancient + Modern, by Cynthia Inions, The Polaroid Book: Selections from the Polaroid Collections of Photography, Blackstock’s Collections: The Drawings of an Artistic Savant, by Gregory L. Blackstock, Northern Tales: Traditional Stories of Eskimo and Indian Peoples, edited by Howard Norman, American Indian Mythology, by Alice Marriott and Carol K. Rachlin, The Victorian Fairy Tale Book, edited by Michael Patrick Hearn, Time’s Arrow, Time’s Cycle, by Stephen Jay Gould, The Cream of the Jest, by James Branch Cabell, and nine assorted issues of Granta including “France: The Outsider,” “Beasts,” “What Young Men Do,” “Death,” “Children: Blind Bitter Happiness,” “Unbelievable: Unlikely ends, fateful escapes, and the fascism of flowers,” and “London: the lives of the city.” $200-300 960 Hughlette Wheeler (American, 1901-1955) Standing Cowboy. Signed and dated within the matrix l.l. Lithograph on paper, sight size 11 3/4 x 7 in., framed. Condition: Overall toning, some spotting, not examined out of frame. $150-250 961 Helen Binyon (British, 1904-1979) Two Woodcuts: Lane in Devon and The Message. Both signed in pencil l.r., titled and numbered “12/30” l.l. Woodcuts on paper, sight size 4 5/8 x 6 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Subtle overall toning, not examined out of frames. $100-150 962 Four Wedgwood Dark Blue Jasper-dip Items, two plated-silver mounted jars, a salad bowl, and a honey pot, ht. to 9 1/4 in. with handles upright. $100-150

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963 Renaissance Revival Carved Walnut Table, with conforming marble top, round, fluted tapering legs, and ring- and block-turned stretcher with center finial, ht. 29, wd. 28, dp. 20 in. $200-250 964 Georgian Wig Stand and Regency Pole Screen, early 19th century, the wig stand having open molded circular top, turned supports and one triangular drawer on cabriole legs and snake feet, together with a Regency pole screen with Japanese-style oval silk needlework panel, acorn finial, turned stem and circular base, (pole screen shaft broken near base, tearing to paper backing), ht. 54 1/2, dia. 10 in. $300-500 965 Louis XV-style Oak and Mahogany Veneer One-drawer Table, late 19th century, with serpentine top, conforming case and brass ribbon-form hardware terminating on cabriole legs, ht. 30, wd. 28 3/4, dp. 14 1/4 in. $300-500 966 Foliate-etched Ruby-flashed Glass Liquor Bottle and Six Cordials, ht. 2 3/8 to 8 3/4 in. $75-125 967 Ansonia Crystal Regulator, New York, c. 1905, ornate gilt-brass case, urn finial, beveled glass sides and doors, 4 in. porcelain Arabic numeral dial, eight-day, time and rack strike movement with outside escapement, and a faux mercury pendulum, ht. 16 in. $200-300 968 Twenty-four European Porcelain Salts, 19th and 20th century, including a sterling silver footed Rosenthal salt, a gilt and floral painted Sevres trencher salt, and a tri-form floret decorated Meissen salt, raised on three legs, ht. to 3 1/2 in. $250-300 969 Brilliant Colorless Cut Glass Bowl, deep round bowl with allover radiating hobs and star cuts, ht. 4 5/8, dia. 9 in. $200-250

970 Two Parcel-gilt and Floral-decorated China Plate Sets and Three Ceramic Items, one set comprising twelve dinner plates and eleven luncheon plates, the other with fourteen luncheon plates, both sets with transferprinted floral decoration; and a Schierholz porcelain shallow bowl with reticulated rim and floral decoration, a small teacup with painted figures and flower panels, and a hanging porcelain plate with hand-painted portrait of a girl, dia. 3 3/4 to 11 3/4 in. $200-250 971 Ten Haviland & Co. Limoges Hand-painted Transfer-decorated Game Bird Dishes, including an oval platter and nine serving plates, with gilt chain rim borders, dia. 18, 9 in. $200-300 972 Bisque Porcelain Statue of Zenobia, Queen of the Palmyrene Empire, (one arm detached), ht. 21 1/4 in. $300-500 973 Twenty-six Colorless Glass Salts, various sizes and shapes, cut and pressed glass, including some pairs. $100-150 974 Dan Bates Cast Bronze “Back To The Herd” Cowboy and Cattle Figural Sculpture, signed lower side, mounted on a conforming mahogany base, ht. 10, dia. 11 in. $300-500 975 Kuba Rug, Northeast Caucasus, 19th century, 5 ft. 7 in. x 3 ft. 8 in. $200-400 976 Four Wedgwood or Wedgwood-type Ceramic Items, three with Wedgwood maker’s marks including two black basalt bowls, one ornamented with Classical figures and motifs, the other with foliage and flowers, and a dark blue Jasperware two-handled vessel; and a similar drabware vessel possibly by another maker. $300-500 977 Ten Pieces of Art Glass, nine vases including four with iridescent surface, one egg-shaped with applied leaf-form feet, one with Art Nouveau patinated metal mounted rim, and a large shallow center bowl with everted rim and internal blossom decoration, ht. 2 1/8 to 9 in. $200-250

978 Pair of French Country Neoclassical Side Chairs, third quarter 19th century, with pierced arrow and peacock splat woven rush seats, and square tapering legs, ht. 34 1/4, wd. 16, dp. 17 1/4 in. $200-250 979 Twelve Assorted Glass Items, ten colorless items including three decanters two blown, one cut glass, four goblets with etched grapevines, two small blown pitchers, and a Scandinavian heavy glass vase with etched deer and sapling design; and a pale aqua and pale green blown glass pitchers, ht. 4 7/8 to 10 3/8 in. $200-250 980 Mahogany Sheraton Bed Steps, English, 19th century, with shaped serpentine side rails, leather upholstered steps, and ring and post turned legs, ht. 22 3/4, wd. 20, dp. 20 3/4 in. $200-250 981 Thirty-four Wedgwood Jasper Dip Articles, in a variety of colors and shapes, some commemorative, including 1972 and 73, Mother plates, two 1970, and one 1972 Christmas plates, three sweetheart dishes, six small trefoil dishes, five small plates, a dark blue plate with Classical figures, an ashtray, a creamer, six snuff boxes, four shaped boxes, and a shaker; also a Queen’s ware ashtray, ht. to 3 1/4 in. $100-150 982 Dedham Pottery Grape Plate, Dedham, Massachusetts, early 20th century, blue border on gray crackle ground, imperfections, impressed rabbit mark, dia. 10 in. $150-250 983 Three Ceramic and Stone Items, a German transfer-decorated black and white ceramic ashtray, a transfer-decorated Balkan Sobranie ceramic cigarette box, and a small polished stone bowl. $125-175

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984 Twenty-four Assorted Art, Photography, and Nature-related Titles, including Attracted to Light, by Mike & Doug Starn, The Art of the Game: A Collection of Vintage Game Boards, by Tim Chambers, Natural Selection: Photographs by Jeremiah Dine, Susan Rothenberg: Paintings and Drawings, The Gothic Engravings of Germany & the Netherlands, published for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Frida Kahlo: The Brush of Anguish, by Martha Zamora, Helmut Newton: Archives de Nuit, Louise Bourgeois: The Locus of Memory, Works 1982-1993, Modigliani, by Douglas Hall, Within this Garden: Photographs by Ruth ThorneThomsen, Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers, by Robert Flynn Johnson, Photographing Maine: 18402000, Ursula von Rydingsvard: Sculpture, Creatures, by Henry Horenstein, Fotolog. book: A Global Snapshot for the Digital Age, Invisible New York: The Hidden Infrastructure of the City, by Stanley Greenberg, Miriam Backstrom: Set Constructions 1995-2000, Camera and Lens: Basic Photo One, by Ansel Adams, Grasses: Versatile Partners for Uncommon Garden Design, by Nancy J. Ondra, Microworlds by Marc Valli & Margherita Dessanay, Caponigro, by John Paul, American Persepctives: Photographs from the Polaroid Collection, and The Secret Books: Writings by Jorge Luis Borges, with photographs by Sean Kernan, autographed by Kernan. $150-250 985 Set of Four Victorian Balloon-back Side Chairs, America, late 19th century, with acanthus carved crests, serpentine shaped back splat, blue vinyl upholstery, terminating in sabre front legs, ht. 33, wd. 17 1/4, dp. 20 1/2 in. $200-250 986 Spool-turned Game Table and Folding Stool, mid to late 19th century, the table with swivel top revealing inner well, four spoolturned legs, stretcher and drop finials on shaped scroll feet, together with a folding stool with three floral needlepoint supports, ht. 16 to 28, wd. 14 1/2 to 29 1/2, dp. 13 to 15 3/4 in. $100-150 987 Eight Assorted Decorative Metalware Items, a pair of cast iron Scottie dog bookends, two cast brass baluster-form candlesticks, a pair of brass two-light mirrored candle sconces with mask ornament, a pressed and cast brass easel frame, and a small flattened oval, plated silver container, ht. 2 1/4 to 17 5/8 in. $200-250

988 Small Group of Carved Ivory, Including Netsuke, Accessories, and a Hardstone Seal, four netsuke toggle figures, three other figures, a paper clip with carved elephant finial, a cigarette holder with ebony inlaid bands, and a small thread shuttle; a hardstone seal with carved monkey finial, a hardstone carved monkey figure; together with a group of molded resin simulated ivory: peacock figure, two “cameos,” a moth figure, three floral pieces and a seated royal figure. $200-300 989 Anglo-American School, 19th/20th Century Two Weathered Seamen. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 26 1/4 x 35 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Patch reinforcements, repaired tears, yellowed varnish, surface grime. $100-150 990 Three Framed 19th Century Botanical Watercolors, unsigned, sight size 10 x 7 in., in matching pale orange mats and goldpainted frames. $150-250 991 Stephen Nelson Studio Art Glass Vase and Nine Contemporary Art Glass Items, the Nelson vase of oval form and pink glass embedded with length of copper wire, the base signed and dated 1980; three Italian molded blue glass figural decanters and a latticinio and colored twisted ribbon decorated ewer; three Kosta Boda vases, two with painted decoration; a green molded frog figure, and a freeform dish filled with pieces of wrapped “candy,” ht. 3 to 13 7/8 in. $200-300 992 Large Blue Floral Transfer-decorated Doulton Burslem Pottery Punch Bowl, ht. 9 1/8, dia. 16 1/2 in. $400-600 993 William & Mary-style Tiger Maple Day Bed, American, late 19th century, with turned stretcher base, steel springs and frame, and old upholstered cushions, label on frame inscribed “Rome Quality,” ht. 28, wd. 74 1/2, dp. 25 1/4 in. $300-500 994 Pair of Parcel-gilt Three-arm Tole Wall Sconces, each formed as a gilt vase with a single vertical stem mounted with scrolling grapevines and gilt roses, electrified, ht. 35 1/4, wd. 13 in. $250-350

995 Five Perfumes, two clear frosted glass: one Lalique, incised “R. Lalique France No. 478” to base, and one J. Viard, marked “J. VIARD Made in France” to base; and three smaller colored glass and stone, including one pressed green glass marked “FRANCE,” ht. to 4 in. $300-500 996 Three Small Oriental Rugs and a Machinemade Rug, Hamadan, 4 ft. x 2 ft. 4 in., Karadja, 2 ft. 10 in. x 2 ft., Kurd bagface, 2 ft. 2 in. x 1 ft. 8 in., machine-made, 7 ft. 2 in. x 4 ft. 8 in. $100-150 997 Ten Lithographed Tins and Two Russian Royalty Commemorative Eggs, two Queen Elizabeth coronation commemorative tins, three tea tins, a Macfarlane Lang & Co. biscuit tin decorated with Asian figures, a “Balkan Sobranie Cigarettes” tin, two Frike & Nacke tins with Medieval period European figures and buildings, and two painted wooden eggs depicting Czar Nicholas II, his wife Empress Alexandra, on stands, ht. to 5 5/8 in. $150-250 998 Eleven Carved Malachite Items, a brassmounted covered footed box, a hexagonal covered box, seven animal carvings, goldfishshaped ashtray, and a free-form shaped ashtray/dish, ht. to 2 3/4, dia. 7 1/4 in. $150-250 999 After Varujan Boghosian (American, b. 1926) Watercolors-Collages-Drawings Exhibition Poster, 1978, for an exhibition at Cordier and Ekstrom, 980 Madison Avenue, New York. Initialed and numbered “9/64” l.r. Color lithographic poster, sight size 25 1/2 x 19 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of frame. Provenance: Through the estate of Matthew Wysocki (1920-1991), artist, photographer, professor and chairman of Dartmouth College’s visual studies department (19661989), to the present owner by family descent, Connecticut. $50-100 1000 French Marble and Black Slate Clock, c. 1890, with 3 1/2-in. enameled Roman numeral dial, brass hands, eight-day, time and strike movement with outsides escapement, ht. 12 1/2 x wd. 13 1/2 in. $100-150

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1001 Floral Transfer Chintz Pattern Partial Dinnerware Set, W.S. George, manufacturer, comprising eleven dinner plates, sugar creamer, two oval platters, two oval vegetable dishes, gravy boat, round covered bowl, twelve luncheon plates, six cups, and ten each of small plates, sauce dishes, and saucers. $100-200 1002 Quezal Silver Overlay Iridescent Glass Bud Vase, early 20th century, the trumpet-form vase with flared rim, decorated with silver overlay in floral and foliate patterns, signed “Quezal” to base, (repaired), ht. 6 1/2 in. $250-350 1003 Soumak Long Rug, Northeast Caucasus, 20th century, 9 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 3 in. $300-400 1004 Legras Enameled and Etched Art Glass Vase, early 20th century, the oval vase with landscape decoration of a house on a hillside and trees in shades of peach, green, and brown, signed to one side, (imperfections in the making), ht. 4 1/4 in. $500-700 1005 Pine Two-drawer Blanket Chest, American, late 18th century, with dark stain, two long drawers, molded top and drawer fronts, cutout feet, and old, possibly original hardware, ht. 42, wd. 37 1/2, dp. 17 3/4 in. $200-400 1006 Pair of Large Cast Iron Ball-top Andirons with Cross-bar, ht. 28 3/4, wd. 12, dp. 25 1/2, cross-bar lg. 44 1/2 in. $300-500 1007 Liturgical Pressed Brass Pendant Lighting Device, likely hung to illuminate an icon, the bowl with pressed religious symbolic designs and medallions and applied cherubs, total drop 39, dia. 16 1/2 in. $200-250

1008 Group of Mostly Asian Ceramics and Two Bronze Items, including four decorated porcelain bowls with shaped rims, two round covered bowls, two leaf-shaped dishes, and a square dish with abstract decoration; a Canton decorated soup plate, four small plates, and two bottles, and two small English pearlware blue transfer-decorated pottery bowls in a Canton pattern; and a bronze censor and ladle, ht. to 8 1/4, dia. to 10 3/4 in. $450-550 1009 Twenty-six Assorted Mostly Asian Salts, some pairs, some with spoons, several with metal mounts, materials include wood, carved stone, lacquer, coral, shell, and ceramic, ht. to 3 1/4 in. $200-400 1010 Approximately Fifty-five Asian Porcelain Salts, including a square, green enameled, covered salt and various Nippon salts, ht. to 2 1/2 in. $150-250 1011 Eighteen Blue and White Porcelain Salts, including three bird-form salts, a Royal Copenhagen double salt, and a basket-form salt, ht. to 3 3/4 in. $200-300 1012 Fifteen Assorted Mostly Glass Salts, including Bohemian, cut glass, a boxed set, and a metal-mounted white floriform two-dish server (one broken at stem), ht. to 6 3/4 in. $150-250 1013 Mahogany Veneer and Oak Desk, England, late 19th century, with molded shaped top, cock-beaded drawers, wooden knobs, two door kneehole, terminating on ogee bracket feet, ht. 32 1/2, wd. 57, dp. 21 1/4 in. $300-500 1014 Fruitwood Game Table with Drawer, Continental, with inlaid mahogany banded long drawer and square top, tooled leather playing surface, square, molded legs, and reticulated knee brackets, (missing one knee bracket, age cracks and water stains), ht. 29, wd. 29 1/4, dp. 13 1/4 in. $200-300 1015 French Provincial Walnut Trestle Table, early 20th century, ht. 29, wd. 56, dp. 36 3/4 in. $400-600

1016 Sixteen Carved Hardstone Salts, one near pair, mostly agates, one malachite, seven with metal rims or mountings, ht. to 2 3/8 in. $200-400 1017 Eleven Gilt Bohemian Glass Salts, including two footed blue glass salts with figural or genre scene enameled decoration, one gilt glass pitcher-form, and one goblet-form with gilt spiked and shaped rim, ht. to 3 in. $400-600 1018 Jose Salazar (Mexican, 1926-2006) Abstract with Musicians. Signed l.l., identified on a presentation plaque, stamped indistinctly to reverse. Oil on canvas, sight size 7 1/2 x 11 1/4 in., framed. Condition: Minor surface grime. $100-200 1019 Swatow-ware Dish, China, decorated with abstract tendrils in grayish-blue, unglazed ring around the interior well, with unglazed foot and base, dia. 10 in. $200-300 1020 Chippendale-style Mahogany Veneer Armoire, with dentil molded cornice, two paneled and molded doors, case raised on bracket feet, (separation to cornice, doors with missing molding), ht. 72 1/4, wd. 53, dp. 22 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $600-800 1021 American School, 20th Century River View with Fisherman. Signed “Elaine” l.r. and inscribed to reverse. Oil on canvas, sight size 19 1/2 x 23 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Minor surface grime. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $200-300 1022 Brass Urn-form Table Lamp with Cast Brass Mounts, raised on four scrolling foliate bracket feet, the urn with applied brass floral swags and foliate-form handles, with etched French frosted glass ruffled shade, base ht. 15 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $100-150

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1023 Michel Harvey Ceramic T-Shirt Vase, Canada, ht. 11 5/8 in. $200-300 1024 Green-painted Frankart-type Cast Metal Workman Figural Cigarette Holder, ht. 7 1/2 in. $300-500 1025 Four Oriental Rugs, 19th/20th century, Hamadan, 6 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft., Hamadan, 6 ft. 4 in. x 3 ft., Kuba, 5 ft. x 3 ft. 9 in., Sarouk, 2 ft. 6 in. x 1 ft. 9 in. $250-350 1026 Bronze Photography Medal, American Institute, New York, 1877, “Medal of Superiority Awarded to Schwind & Krueger For Photographs,” dia. 2 3/8 in. $200-300 1027 Five Pieces of Art Pottery, three Bretby English pottery vases, a planter with band of winged lions in relief around the sides, and a studio pottery teapot, with incised line textured sides, ht. 3 to 7 1/2 in. $200-250 1028 Turned Pine Hutch with Glass Door, ht. 46, wd. 33 1/2, dp. 13 1/2 in. $300-500 1029 Pink-painted Wood Fireplace Mantel, ht. 41 3/4, wd. 53, dp. 7 in. $100-150 1030 Two Mahogany Bookcases and an Oak Bucket Bench, a three-door bookcase with adjustable shelves, a two-door bookcase with paneled sides and two interior shelves, and a carved oak, two-tier bucket bench, ht. 32 1/2 to 45 1/2, wd. 32 1/2 to 54, dp. approximately 12 in. $200-300 1031 Two Pairs of Pressed Glass Candlesticks, a pair of yellow sticks with baluster shafts on hexagonal bases, and a colorless pair with baluster shafts on round bases, ht. 10 3/4, 10 in. $200-250

1032 Eleven Assorted Decorative Ceramic Items, a blue transfer-decorated pottery pitcher and basin set, with classical scene and decoration, a Wedgwood brown transfer-decorated “American Clipper Ship” series plate, English Chelseaware paneled pitcher with blue floral relief decoration, a floral majolica-decorated plate, a Pickard berry and gilt-decorated bowl, two small porcelain cat figures, Royal Crown Derby Imari crescent-shaped dish, and two Royal Doulton figurines “The Orange Lady,” and “Her Ladyship,” ht. to 10 1/4, dia. to 13 in. $200-250 1033 Eighteen Bohemian Gilt Glass Salts, most with gilt or enameled floral decoration, including one rectangular salt with blue floral decoration etched “Delvaux 18, rue Royale Paris” to base, one with two gilt ear-form handles, and one covered ruby glass salt with gilt scroll feet and extensive overall gilt and enamel decoration, ht. to 3 3/4 in. $300-500 1034 Fifteen Art Glass Salts, including one Roman glass, several favrile-type, one gilt-rimmed, several opalescent, one marked “Austria,” and one rose bowl-form. $200-400 1035 Louis XV-style Console Table, Continental, 19th century with molded serpentine top, square scrolled apron, terminating on four cabriole leg, (repair to back right leg), ht. 26 1/2, wd. 46 3/4, dp. 24 1/2 in. $300-500 1036 Two Morris Chairs, early 20th century, the first, of oak with bannister back and square front legs, the second of curly and tiger maple, with ball finials, initial engraved side panels, and scalloped apron, ht. 33, wd. 31, dp. 41 in. $250-350 1037 Three Carved and Upholstered Armchairs, a black-painted and green-upholstered armchair, ht. 31 3/4, a rosette-carved and yellow-upholstered armchair, ht. 36, and a carved and needlepoint-upholstered fauteuil, ht. 37 in. $300-500

1038 Seven Danish Decorated Porcelain Items, five Bing & Grondahl items: a twohandle round plate and a vase with seagull decoration, an oval dish with lily-of-the-valley decoration, and two Mother’s Day plates, 1972, 1973; and two Royal Copenhagen Mother’s Day plates, 1972, 1973, ht. to 5 3/8, dia. to 10 1/2 in. $100-150 1039 Three Framed Art Posters, Reuven Rubin, Safrai Gallery, The Tel Aviv International Art Fair 1977, Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Paintings from the USSR, Knoedler, and Henri Matisse, Ivy in Flower, 1953, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, framed dimensions to 39 1/8 x 22 1/4 in. $100-200 1040 Nina Mishkin (American, 20th Century) Artist at Work in Her Studio. Signed and dated “Nina Mishkin ‘72” l.l. Oil on canvas, 16 x 20 in., framed. Condition: Minor surface grime. $75-100 1041 Five Wedgwood Dark Blue Jasper Dip Items, including two pitchers, a vase, a bottle, and a small chamfered rectangular tray, ht. to 8 3/4, tray 7 3/4 x 10 1/2 in. $150-250 1042 Two Chairs, Two Footstools, Oval Mirror and Maple Club Chair, comprising a Queen Anne style, woven rush seat and Spanish foot side chair, a Victorian caned seat, stretcher base side chair, a carved and blue upholstered footstool, a Maison DeWitt floral needlepoint upholstered footstool, an oval mirror and a maple club chair, ht. 8 to 47, wd. 13 3/4 to 29 1/2, dp. 10 to 34 in. $100-150 1043 Set of Six Federal-style Carved Mahogany Dining Chairs, in the Massachusetts tradition, comprising two armchairs and four side chairs, ht. 37 in. $300-500 1044 Acanthus-carved Maple Bed, ht. 52, wd. 52 1/2 in., lacks side rails. $300-500

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1045 Meissen Blue Onion Pattern Porcelain Partial Dinner Service, comprising thirteen dinner plates, twelve luncheon plates, nine salad plates, thirty-five dessert plates; and approx. sixty-five assorted serving dishes including teapot, coffeepot, covered sugar, creamer, two tea caddies, two mustard pots, a two-handled sauce boat, four leaf-shaped condiment dishes, two divided handled dishes, two pepper pots, six graduating oval platters, two fish platters, one with drainer, a cake stand, two compotes, three round platters, round and oval covered vegetable dishes, round and oval hot water platters, several oblong, round, and square serving dishes, and several small items, approx. 136 total. $1,500-2,500 1046 Chinese Rug, 19th century, 10 ft. 4 in. x 7 ft. 10 in. $300-500 1047 Framed Mosaic Glass Picture of Venice, sight size 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. $250-350 1048 Reference Books: Decorative Arts and Antiques, Two Large Boxes, a collection of standard illustrated works from the 20th century related to antique and decorative collectible material. $600-800 1049 Twenty Colorless Glass Salts, in various forms, including a compote-form cut glass salt, a rectangular intaglio cut salt, and a diamond pattern goblet-form cut glass salt, ht. to 3 in. $75-125 1050 Fifteen Colored Art Glass Salts, many with ruffled or flared rims, including two pink basket-form, one opalescent peach on silverplated stand, and one on wirework stand, ht. to 4 1/2 in. $150-250 1051 Twelve Art Glass Salts and a Metalmounted Condiment Set, many of the salts floriform, one frosted glass swan, one pink ruffled salt on metal stand, the cruet set with two pink swirled glass jars and a matching small bowl, ht. to 6 in. $100-200

1052 Fifteen Assorted Glass Salts, including two millefiori, several Venetian or Venetian-type, one rose bowl-form, one tripod, and one basket. $200-250 1053 Kuba Rug, Northwest Caucasus, 19th century, 3 ft. 10 in. x 2 ft. 2 in. $200-400 1054 Three Chinese Export Gilt-decorated Black Lacquer Boxes, each decorated with gilt Chinese figures, landscapes, and decorative objects, including a lap desk, a chamfered rectangular box with lift-out tray, and an eightsided lobed box, ht. 5 1/8 to 5 7/8, dia. 8 to 16 5/8 in. $250-350 1055 Marble-top Fruitwood One-drawer Washstand, together with an oak end table with tambour door and drawer, ht. 31, wd. 15, dp. 15 in. $150-250 1056 Carved and Painted Pine French Provincial Mantel, with applique and carved frieze, floral and acanthus decorated volutes, and brown painted surface. $400-600 1057 Three Ship’s Lanterns, a brass and glass hanging lantern with tubular brass glass guards, a large sheet tin, brass, and glass wall-mounted lantern made by Eli Griffiths & Sons, Birmingham England, with metal maker’s tag, and a copper and glass signal lantern, all converted to electric, ht. to 27 in. $400-600 1058 Roseville Pottery Clematis Pattern Jardinière, Pair of Candlesticks, and a Gonder Pottery Vase, Ohio, c. 1940s, the Roseville items with molded flowers on a light blue glazed ground, (minor chip on candle cup), ht. 5 1/8, 4 7/8, and a Gonder Pottery vase with lobed rim shaded pink and green glaze with brown speckles, ht. 7 in. $100-150 1059 Assorted Carved Objects and a Framed Embroidery, mostly Asian, wood and other materials, includes dice. $200-250

1060 American School, 19th/20th Century Two Floral Still Lifes: Apple Blossoms, signed indistinctly and dated “92” l.l., oil on board, sight size 21 1/4 x 17 1/2 in., framed; and Chrysanthemums, unsigned, oil on cardboard, 18 3/8 x 12 1/4 in., unframed, (losses to corners, abrasions). $300-350 1061 American School, 20th Century Choir Boys. Unsigned. Graphite on illustration board, 12 3/4 x 12 3/4 in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of frame. $200-300 1062 Framed Portrait Miniature of a Woman and a Small Portrait of a Gentleman, the portrait of the woman indistinctly signed possibly “Ida Calzolari,” c.l., gouache on paper/paperboard, sight size 3 1/4 x 2 1/2 in.; and a framed small portrait of “Sir Robert George Spedding, Governor of Mines Royal Copper Co. Harefield Park, Middlesex.,” c. 1820, unsigned, watercolor and gouache on paperboard, 6 3/4 x 5 1/2 in. $200-300 1063 Pair of Rococo Revival Carved and Upholstered Armchairs, America, 19th century, ht. 40 in. $300-500 1064 Group of Children’s Furniture, comprising a white-painted cane seat side chair, a paint-decorated rush seat side chair, a paint-decorated caned rocking chair, a child’s rocking commode, a child’s high chair and a child’s mirrored vanity with stool. $100-200 1065 Three Carved Chairs, a carved oak caned armchair, a carved maple caned rocking chair, and a carved mahogany upholstered side chair, armchair ht. 34 1/2, rocking chair ht. 44, side chair ht. 34 in. $200-250

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1066 20th Century Literature, Three Volumes: Sinclair Lewis’s Main Street, 1920, in blue publisher’s cloth with orange printing, spine sunned; John Steinbeck’s The Moon is Down, 1942, in a good dust jacket with minor faults, ownership inscription of ffep; Robert Frost’s Steeple Bush, 1947, in a good dust jacket with minor faults, ownership inscription on ffep. $200-300 1067 Pair of Coach Lamps, Pair of Pewter Lamps, and a Brass Gimbaled Ship’s Oil Lamp, a pair of sheet metal and beveled glass coach lamps, a pair of French pewter lamps mounted on square wood monument bases, and a brass gimbaled ship’s oil lantern, with wall mount, ht. 12 1/2, 19, 10 in., respectively. $200-300 1068 Twenty-one Mostly Royal Austria Porcelain Salts, including a pink glazed and gilt heartform open salt, an octagonal floral painted and footed salt, and three iridescent salts, ht. to 1 1/2 in. $100-150 1069 Pair of Staffordshire Pottery Figural Groups Mounted as Table Lamps, England, c. 1860s, each depicting a romantic couple seated in a bower, mounted on a wooden base with brass single-socket fixture, overall ht. 29 in. $200-300 1070 Victorian Walnut Open Armchair, America, late 19th century, with foliate carved crest, scroll-topped stiles, old floral upholstery on bowfront seat, terminating on ring and post turned legs, ht. 39 3/4, wd. 26 1/4, dp. 27 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $50-70 1071 Victorian Walnut and Burl Veneer Cylindertop Writing Desk, America, late 19th century, with a two paneled cylinder top, revealing fitted interior with two small drawers, six pigeonholes, three cubbies and a green baize writing surface, two paneled short drawers over two paneled doors on case conforming base, ht. 48 3/4, wd. 42 1/2, dp. 24 3/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $400-600

1072 Eastlake Marble-top Table, with reeded apron, four turned columnar supports raised on four fluted and rosette carved legs, ht. 30, wd. 30, dp. 20 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $125-175 1073 Twenty-seven Blue Glass Salts and Liners, including a footed, diamond pattern pressed glass salt, a large blue glass, fish-form salt, a footed opalescent blue, pressed glass salt, and a cobalt figural gilt glass salt, ht. to 2 1/4. $75-125 1074 Ten Green Glass Salts, including a footed, frosted green glass salt, a swan-form pressed glass salt, and a footed, molded glass salt with lion relief decoration, (swan head missing) ht. to 4 in. $50-70 1075 Two Northwest Persian Rugs, 20th century, 6 ft. x 3 ft. and 4 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 2 in. $200-400 1076 Sixteen Colored Glass Salts, including three, footed, cut glass salts in various colors, four footed and ribbed pressed glass salts in various colors and five hobnail pattern pressed glass salts in various colors, ht. to 1 1/2 in. $150-250 1077 Fifteen Victorian Porcelain Carpet Balls Displayed on a Two-tier Woven Rattan Stand. $300-500 1078 French Provincial-style Scroll-top Walnut Veneer Armoire, with rosette and foliate carved double arched cornice atop a paneled door, flanked by acanthus carved volutes and molded stiles, with converted cable TV ready interior, terminating on bun feet, ht. 75 1/2, wd. 38, dp. 17 3/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $300-500

1079 French Provincial-style Walnut Veneer Armoire, late 19th century, with rosette and foliate carved double arched cornice atop a paneled door, flanked by acanthus carved volutes and molded stiles, terminating on bun feet, ht. 75 1/2, wd. 38, dp. 17 3/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $300-500 1080 George III-style Walnut Veneer Kidneyshaped Writing Desk, with light green tooled leather writing surface, over three short drawers, raised on a trestle-form base with medial stretcher and curule legs, terminating on brass casters, ht. 28, wd. 47 1/2, dp. 21 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $300-500 1081 Art Books, Two Volumes: Richter’s The Golden Age of Classic Christian Art, London: Duckworth, 1904; and Drawings by Howard Chandler Christy, New York: Moffat, Yard & Co., 1907, both in publishers’ bindings. (2) $100-125 1082 Eight Mostly Colored Pressed Glass Novelty Salts, including four shoe-form salts, two hat-form amber salts, and two other hatform salts, ht. to 3 in. $200-300 1083 Nineteen Intaglio Colored Glass Salts and Three Stands, including a blue glass salt with rose intaglio cut decoration and an engraved brass stand, with mounted red stones, brass filigree decoration and four amber salts with classical intaglio cut scenes, (one salt broken), ht. to 5 in. $175-225 1084 Sixteen Mostly Brass-mounted Glass Salts, including a sterling silver mounted and floral incised colorless salt, a brass rose mounted blue glass salt and a brass and rhinestone floral decorated mother-of-pearl salt, ht. to 3 3/4 in. $200-250

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1085 Pair of Louis XV-style Marble-top Bombé Chests, 20th century, with green marble serpentine tops, foliate brass mounts, banded and marquetry inlaid case and scalloped apron terminating on cabriole legs, ht. 29 3/4, wd. 34, dp. 17 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,000-1,500 1086 German Oak Westminster Chime Tall Clock, c. 1890, the full-length door with convex glass over the 10 in. round brass dial and glazed waist section, eight-day, pull-up wind, Westminster chime movement, three brass cased weights and a pendulum, ht. 82 in. $500-700 1087 Two Similar Eastlake Marble-top Tables, America, late 19th century, both with tops with shaped corner with conforming, reeded aprons, raised on four molded legs. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $75-125 1088 Pair of Colorless Cut Glass Kerosene Table Lamps with Etched Glass Globes, the fonts cut in a Gothic arch panel design, converted to electric, overall ht. 16 in. $100-150 1089 American School, 20th Century Still Life with Knitting Basket and Candlestick. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 14 x 18 in., framed. Condition: Surface grime, edge wear and abrasions, some craquelure. $200-250 1090 Large Group of Assorted Framed and Unframed Works, including a Gary Egers lithograph landscape view, Caractere Noel 1956, photographic reproductions, an oil on canvas landscape view signed “Henry Lee Lucas” l.l., landscape prints, an ink drawing of a horse head, assorted etchings and lithographs, a pastel of a dancer signed “Henri Boutet,” and many others. $300-500

1091 Five English Blue Transfer-decorated Staffordshire Pottery Dishes, including three small leaf-shaped dishes, a shaped dish with Chinese waterway scene, a shallow reticulated rim bowl with figures in an Asian landscape, and a saucer depicting a milkmaid, dia. 4 1/8 to 9 1/8 in. $300-500 1092 Louis XV-style Six-legged Marble-top Table, with white, serpentine marble top, shell- and foliate-carved apron and legs, molded stretchers with carved rosette medallions, and scrolled feet, ht. 17 1/2, wd. 41, dp. 18 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $100-150 1093 Pair of Victorian Upholstered Side Chairs, with vine-inlaid chair back and frame, carved C-scroll knees, and hairy paw feet, ht. 31 1/2, wd. 20 1/2, dp. 24 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $100-150 1094 Classical Mahogany Veneered Sofa, America, second quarter 19th century, with scrolled crest panel, shaped arms with foliateand rosette-carved motifs, ending on scrolled feet, ht. 40, wd. 81, dp. 26 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $250-350 1095 Five Hand-painted Floral-decorated, Yellow-glazed Staffordshire Pottery Items, including a flowerpot, two small bowls, and a small cup and saucer, ht. 7/8 to 4 1/4 in. $300-500 1096 Afghan Rug, 20th century, 4 ft. 2 in. x 3 ft. 3 in. $150-250 1097 Twelve Mostly Colorless Glass Vessel-Form Salts, including a pink glass cylix-form salt with gilt rim and handles, and a pair of cylixform colorless glass salts, ht. to 3 in. $75-125

1098 Twenty-eight Bird-form Salts, Mostly Glass and Metal-mounted Glass, including a Continental swan-form salt with pierced sterling mounted wings and neck, an amethyst salt pressed heart interior, and three amber glass bird-form salts, ht. to 3 3/4 in. $250-350 1099 Twenty-four Colorless Glass Salts, including a diamond pattern, footed and lobed crystal salt, and a pressed glass circular salt with impressed eight-sided star, ht. to 1 1/2 in. $75-125 1100 Approximately Thirty-three Pottery Salts, including examples of Leedsware, Wedgwood, and Staffordshire, a clam-form salt and a lobster-footed salt, ht. to 4 3/4 in. $200-300 1101 Three Doulton Pottery Salts, England, late 19th century, comprising a salt-glazed and silver mounted salt, bearing marks “Jenner & Knewstub,” a floral decorated salt-glazed salt, and a gilt and cobalt-lined salt, ht. to 4 in. $75-125 1102 Fields, James T. (1817-1881) Poems. Boston: Ticknor & Co., 1849. 12mo, Ticknor brown cloth binding, water stained, spine chipped. Together with: Gillies’ History of Ancient Greece, London, 1787; and The Works of Thomas Middleton, 1840, both sets odd volumes, bindings damaged, ex libris Henry Cabot Lodge. (7) $200-300 1103 Anatolian Kelim, 19th century, 4 ft. 9 in. x 2 ft. 10 in. $200-400 1104 Reference Books: American Furniture, Four Volumes: Luke Vincent Lockwood’s Colonial Furniture in America, New York: Scribner’s Sons, 1913, expanded, illustrated edition, in two volumes, full publishers’ cloth, stamped in gilt, surface wear to boards, spines sunned; [with] Wallace Nutting’s Furniture Treasury, Framingham, Massachusetts: Old America Company Publishers, [1928], in two volumes, illustrated, full publisher’s light brown cloth. $50-100

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1105 Pair of Louis XVI-style Marble-top Side Tables, 20th century, each with pierced brass gallery, two open shelves, flanked by paneled sides and fluted stiles, terminating on tapering, round fluted legs, ht. 28 3/4, wd. 20, dp. 14 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $125-175 1106 Renaissance Revival Paneled Rosewood Sideboard, America, late 19th century, with top and base molding, three carved and applique short drawers above three paneled and molded doors, revealing shelved interior, flanked by four brass mounted marble Corinthian columns, (top replaced), ht. 37, wd. 68 1/4, dp. 25 3/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,500-2,500 1107 Late Victorian Eagle-carved Marble-top Table, America, late 19th century, with rectangular black marble top inset on molded and carved apron, raise on carved spreadwing eagle on plinth supports, molded and shell carved center stretcher, on fluted scroll feet, ht. 20, wd. 26, dp. 20 1/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $150-200 1108 Ten Mostly Brass and Silver-plated Cruets, including an English Victorian-style silverplated cruet, a Continental amber glass lined brass cruet and spoons, and a pewter Art Nouveau-style figural cruet, ht. to 7 1/4 in. $100-150 1109 Nineteen Silver and Plate Salts, mostly England and America, some with spoons, including a Tiffany & Co. sterling silver salt and pepper set, a Mauser reticulated, cranberry glass lined, sterling silver salt, with cyma scroll decorated swing handle, and a Whiting Rococo-style sterling silver salt, with matching spoon and slag glass lining, ht. to 7 in. $200-300 1110 Three Framed Works, The Gull, signed “Will Barnet,” photo-reproduction, a landscapeview photograph signed “T. Blagden” l.r., and an unsigned painted photographic print of a woman and a girl on a boat, framed dimensions to 28 x 32 3/4 in. $50-100

1111 Approximately Forty-seven Mostly European Porcelain Salts, including a Meissen-style blue and white trencher salt, a gilt and floral painted, iridescent double salt, marked “J.P.L France,” and a porcelain cherub-form salt, ht. to 3 1/2 in. $125-175 1112 Eros Magazine, Complete Set, 1962, Volume One, Numbers One through Four. Hardcover copies, illustrated throughout, with some related ephemera; edited by Ralph Ginzburg (1929-2006), Eros ceased publication after the fourth issue, when the editor was indicted under federal obscenity laws. Notably, issue number three features Bert Stern’s photo shoot of Marilyn Monroe, taken just six weeks before her death. Some have suggested that the obscenity charge visited on Ginzburg was based not on an objection to the magazine’s erotic subject matter, but on a racist objection to the photographic tone poem, “Black and White in Color,” which features a romantically engaged male and female couple of contrasting skin tones. $200-300 1113 Late Victorian Swan-carved Marble-top Table, America, late 19th century, with cut-corner rectangular black marble top, conforming apron, raised on four carved swan supports, molded stretchers and urn finial, ht. 21, wd. 25 1/4, dp. 17 1/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $100-150 1114 George III-style Linen Press, mid-20th century, the upper section with dentil molded cornice, two burl walnut veneered, urn inlaid and paneled doors, the lower section with two short over three graduated long cockbeaded drawers, on bracket feet, (rear left foot detached, backboard cut for TV access), ht. 81, wd. 39 3/4, dp. 22 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $600-800 1115 Bird’s-eye Maple Veneer Mirrored Armoire, with arched, paneled cornice, beveled mirror affixed to door and interior fitted with one shelf and one drawer, terminating on carved scroll feet, ht. 95 1/2, wd. 43 1/2, dp. 19 1/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,200-1,500

1116 Three Van Briggle Art Pottery Vases and an Unmarked Pottery Vase, ht. 3 7/8 to 7 7/8 in. $100-150 1117 Newhall Porcelain Teapot and Four Porcelain Cups and Saucers with Floral Decoration, ht. 1 1/8 to 5 3/4 in. $200-400 1118 Five Framed European Landscape Etchings, some signed, subjects include the Spanish Steps in Rome, the Bridge of Sighs in Venice, Roman ruins, and the harbor at Boulogne sur Mer, framed dimensions to 14 3/4 x 11 5/8 in. $200-250 1119 Six English Ceramic Table Items, a pearlware shallow serving bowl with blue transfer Asian waterway scene, porcelain: a shaped bowl with similar decoration, porcelain shell-form dish with blue floral sprigs, small bowl and pitcher with blue flowers, and a mug with brown “King of Prussia” decoration, ht. to 4 5/8, dia. to 10 5/8 in. $400-600 1120 Ingraham Time and Strike Wall Ionic Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1870, rosewood case with turned wooden bezel over the 9-in. painted Roman numeral dial, geometric and floral reverse painted glass in lower door, spring-powered, eight-day, time and strike movement, with brass-faced pendulum ball, ht. 22 in. $200-300 1121 Biedemeier-style Bird’s-eye Maple Veneer Armoire, with arched, paneled cornice, beveled mirror affixed to door and interior fitted for cable TV, above single long drawer and bracket feet, ht. 92, wd. 45 3/4, dp. 20 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,200-1,500 1122 Large Gilt Pier Mirror, with pierced and foliate carved crest, beaded edging and applied foliate molding, ht. 62 1/2, wd. 47 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $300-500

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1123 Three Pieces of English Pottery, a black transfer-decorated creamware mug depicting “Palemon and Lavinia,” a pearlware bowl with blue chinoiserie waterway landscape and flowers, with lattice border, and a loving cup with mulberry painted bird on branch and silver lustre borders, ht. 4 to 6 3/8 in. $300-500 1124 Bennington Pottery Flint Enamel Glazed Pitcher and Five Rockingham-glazed Pottery Items, the flint enamel paneled pitcher with partial round Bennington pottery “1840” mark, Rockingham-glazed items: a molded game-decorated pitcher, pair of spaniel figure mantel pieces, small grapevine decorated pitcher and a puzzle teapot, ht. 5 3/4 to 11 3/4 in. $300-500 1125 Two Oriental Rugs, 20th century, Caucasian, 4 ft. 10 in. x 3 ft. 3 in., and Northwest Persian, 3 ft. 2 in. x 2 ft. 9 in. $250-350 1126 Twenty-four Silver and Plate Salts, including a nickel or steel figural salt, two shell-form salts and a silver plate Reed and Barton salt, raised on four figural legs with gilt-rimmed glass liner, ht. to 6 in. $75-125 1127 Approximately Forty Silver and Plate Salts, mostly America, including various pairs, an amber mounted silver plate salt and spoon and a heart form salt, ht. to 5 in. $75-125 1128 Gilt-brass-mounted Neoclassical-style Secretaire à Abbatant, 20th century, with molded rectangular top, brass wreath inlaid fall, revealing fitted interior with five brassmounted drawers, and a proscenium, flanked by Corinthian columns, all atop three drawers on a square base and protruding brass claw feet, (right foot detached), ht. 56 1/4, wd. 33 3/4, dp. 18 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $600-800

1129 Victorian Rococo Revival Marble-top Center Table, late 19th century, with shaped off-white marble top and conforming rose carved apron, flanked by eight fluted columns, raised on C-scroll supports and cabriole legs, with foliate carved stretchers, and urn-shaped central finial, (one stretcher detached), ht. 29, wd. 39 1/2, dp. 28 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,000-1,500 1130 Chippendale-style Upholstered Wing Chair, in the New England manner, with scrolled arm supports, block- and ring-turned H-stretcher, shell carved knees and claw-and-ball feet, ht. 47 1/2, wd. 33, dp. 31 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $200-250 1131 Riley, James Whitcomb All the Year Round. illustrated by Gustave Baumann, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, [1912]. Quarto, introductory page tipped in before title mentioning Riley’s appearance at the Jovian luncheon, August 3, 1914; title printed within ornamental woodcut border with astrological symbols; a poem appears for each month, and at each opening, the poem by Riley on the left faces the woodcut by Baumann on the right; each woodcut is printed in four or more separate colors appropriate for the seasonal subject of the illustration; pages unopened throughout; bound in a stained and badly damaged publisher’s cloth binding, spine completely missing, boards stained and worn, all but detached, endleaves chipped and detached. $200-300 1132 Twenty-three Silver, Plate, and Brass Salts, mostly Continental, in various forms including six cherub-mounted silver-plated salts and a brass and rhinestone cruet with three cobalt glass liners, ht. to 5 3/4 in. $50-100 1133 Approximately Forty-four Silver and Plate Salts, America and England, including nineteen cobalt-lined salts, a sterling, green glass-lined salt, marked and dated William Devenport 1904, a sterling Stieff salt, and a sterling Frank Whiting Co. goblet-form salt, ht. to 2 3/4 in. $50-100

1134 Bag of Silver Salt Spoons and Thirteen Silver and Plate Salts, including a pair of enameled plated salts, three horse-themed plated salts, a footed, ram-decorated, plated salt, and a bag of approximately forty silver spoons, a sugar shovel and tongs, wd. to 5 in. $100-150 1135 Unfinished Pine Scroll-top Armoire, with scroll top cornice, circular turned medallions, gothic arch paneled doors, with converted four-drawer TV-ready interior, over two short drawers and bracket feet, (missing back foot, molding throughout), ht. 83 3/4, wd. 50 1/2, dp. 20 1/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $400-600 1136 Victorian Carved and Upholstered Scrollback Settee, ht. 33, wd. 51, dp. 21 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $75-125 1137 Victorian Rosewood-veneered Marble-top Dressing Table, marble top with back splash over bowfront rosewood-veneered apron atop turned and fluted legs and feet, ht. 31, wd. 47, dp. 20 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $300-500 1138 Five English Creamware Dishes, a green feather-edge oval platter, shallow bowl with blue reticulated rim, two oval reticulated trays with molded basketweave pattern, one with touches of green glaze, and a grape leaf-form dish, dia. 6 to 20 1/2 in. $250-350 1139 Florence Bartley Smithburn (American, 1904-1989) Floral Still Life. Signed “Florence Bartley Smithburn” l.l. Watercolor on paper, sight size 19 x 16 in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of frame. N.B. From the estate of the artist. $100-150

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1140 American School, 20th Century Sailboats on the Lake. Unsigned. Oil on panel, sight size 7 1/4 x 10 3/8 in., framed. Condition: Surface grime, very minor warping of panel. $150-250 1141 Three Colorless Glass Items, a Lalique Lotus pattern candleholder, a Dale Tiffany cased amber to clear cut glass bowl in original box, and a vasiform cut glass vase, each with original box, ht. 2 1/8 to 12 in. $250-350 1142 Renaissance Revival Mirrored Armoire, with molded and paneled broken arch cornice, beveled mirror door, revealing TV-ready fitted interior with three graduated maple drawers, case flanked by large barley twist columns, above one long drawer, terminating on bun feet, (missing finial), ht. 97, wd. 46 1/4, dp. 23 1/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,000-1,500 1143 Renaissance Revival Paneled and Turned Oak Two-door Wardrobe, ht. 74, wd. 46 1/2, dp. 22 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $800-1,200 1144 Victorian Granite-top, Fluted Oak Chest of Drawers, ht. 31, wd. 43, dp. 20 1/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $150-200 1145 Six Waterford Leaded Crystal Glass Items, an Arcade pattern square cake plate, 8 x 10 photo size easel picture frame, a pair of “Celebration Love” stemware flutes, and a pair of 8-in. Bamboo pattern candlesticks on conforming wood stands, each with original box, ht. 5 to 13 1/4 in. $250-350 1146 Southwest Persian Saddle Bags, 19th/20th century, 3 ft. 8 in. x 2 ft. $200-300

1147 Savage, John (1673-1747) A Select Collection of Letters of the Antients. London: for J. Hartley, W. Davis, and T. Hodgson, 1703. Octavo, first edition, ex libris Dr. John Jeffries (1744-1816), Harvard graduate, physician, loyalist, and early weather observer, with his engraved bookplate pasted inside the front board, bound in contemporary blind tooled, paneled and speckled calfskin, quite worn, with loss of leather, boards hanging by the slips of sewing supports; top outer corner of title and following leaf torn away, just touching a few letters, internal spotting, text not collated. Savage’s selection of letters is drawn from ancient Greeks and Romans, including Socrates, Aristotle, Xenophon, Marcus Aurelius, Pompey, Cicero, Seneca, and others. $100-150 1148 Set of Fourteen Wedgwood China Dinner Plates with Black-transfer Sailing Vessels, with green border with panels of flowers, armor, and war panoply, pattern no. W2025, dia. 10 5/8 in. $150-250 1149 Twenty-six Colorless Glass Salts and One Cover, mostly cut glass, in various forms, including a heart-form diamond pattern cut glass salt, a snowflake-form cut glass salt, and a pressed glass compote-form salt, ht. to 2 3/4 in. $100-150 1150 Three Boxed Salt Sets, Ten Salts, and One Cruet, including two Sheffield plate salt sets, one sterling silver boxed salt set, bearing the marks of William Gibson and John Langman, and a set of four sterling cylix-form salts, bearing the marks of William Henry Lyde, ht. to 2 1/2 in. $150-200 1151 Thirty-three Novelty Silver and Plate Salts, including a set of four brass salts, in purple velvet-lined box, each raised on figural legs with matching spoons, five Viking ship-form salts, a pair of floriform cranberry glass and silver plate salts, and a silver-lined, filigree, coral and turquoise-decorated wooden salt, ht. to 3 1/2 in. $50-100 1152 Victorian-style Folding Brass Fan-form Firescreen, on paw feet, with applied lion and swag mounts, ht. 29 1/2 in. to top of finial. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $200-250

1153 Two Oriental Rug Items, 19th century, Karabagh runner fragment, 5 ft. 5 in. x 2 ft. 10 in., and an Anatolian Yastik, 3 ft. x 1 ft. 8 in. $150-200 1154 The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha. Boston: Hinkley Co., [D.B. Updike, Merrymount Press], [n.d., circa 1905]. Octavo, fourteen volumes, illustrated with photogravures after old masters, text printed in a large typeface, dispensing with the usual chapter and verse numbering, each volume 9 1/2 x 6 in., occupying a little less than two feet of shelf space, in half leather bindings, very dry, spines detached and boards detached throughout the set, some spines missing, contents acceptable. (14) $200-300 1155 Rococo Revival Two-door Carved Walnut Armoire, molded cornice over carved and engaged columns flanking applied carving on double doors, interior fitted with four removable shelves on runners over three drawers. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,000-1,500 1156 Paneled Pine Two-door Armoire, flat, molded cornice over two paneled vertical doors atop lower section with two hinged doors and bracket feet. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $400-600 1157 Victorian Carved and Figured Mahogany and Burl-veneered Slant-front Desk, figured and veneered fall board over mahogany case with turned engaged columns flanking three drawers over carved ogee bracket feet, ht. 44 1/2, wd. 40, dp. 21 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $400-600

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1158 Goebel “Passing of the Peace Pipe” White Bisque Porcelain Figural Group, “Sculpted by Gerhard Skrobek for Goebel,” West Germany, c. 1974, depicting two figures seated before a teepee, mounted on a wooden base, designed by Skrobek. Two figures before a tee pee passing the peace pipe, the metal plaque affixed to the wooden base is inscribed: “Passing the Peace Pipe. Celebrating the covenant between the Indian and White Man. Sculpted by Gerhard Skrobek for Goebel. No. 174 in limited edition of 400.,” ht. 17, wd. of base 16 3/4, lg. 14 1/4 in. $200-250 1159 Five Cristal St. Louis Cut Overlay Stemware, with cobalt blue cut to clear flutes on stemware bowls, ht. 8 1/2 in. $200-300 1160 Continental/Middle Eastern School, 19th/20th Century Bridge over a River in Kashmir. Initialed and identified as Kashmir l.r. Watercolor on paper, sight size 8 5/8 x 13 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Rippling, subtle overall toning, not examined out of frame. $200-300 1161 Eight Crystal Salts, including a lobed gobletform, plinth based salt and a round diamond and star pattern salt, ht. to 3 1/4 in. $50-75 1162 Three Colorless Cut Glass Items and Four Carved Wooden Items, cut glass decanter, scallop-rim bowl and a covered butter dish; and two rustic-carved wooden easel frames with round apertures, a small rustic-carved container with grapevine motifs, and a small rectangular single-drawer jewelry box with carved molding and relief-carved flowers. $200-250 1163 Victorian Carved Walnut Marble-top Oval Center Table, ht. 16, wd. 35 3/4, dp. 26 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $100-150 1164 Welch Faux Marble Mantel Clock, faux marble columns flanking brass-mounted dial with Arabic numerals, case with copper mounts, ht. 12, wd. 17 1/2, dp. 7 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $125-175

1165 French Provincial Paneled Walnut Armoire, 19th century, with molded cornice, two paneled doors flanked by chamfered and reeded stiles, pewter key escutcheons, enclosing fitted interior of shelves, ht. 89 1/2, wd. 56 3/4, dp. 22 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,000-1,500 1166 Thirty-nine Colorless Cut and Pressed Glass Salts, in various forms, including a diamond pattern pressed glass footed salt, a six-pointed star salt on conforming brass stand, and a heart-form salt, ht. to 3 1/2 in. $100-150 1167 Twenty Mostly European Porcelain Salts, including a pink, footed, floral decorated Herend salt, a peony decorated green Satsuma salt, and a brass rimmed Limoges salt, ht. to 2 in. $150-200 1168 American School, 20th Century Two Gelatin Silver Prints: Trash Can Lid and Spiral Bench Armrest. Both signed “J. Wilbert...DALLAS” in ink on the reverse of the mount. Sight sizes to 6 7/8 x 9 in., both framed. Condition: Not examined out of frames. $200-300 1169 Samuels, Edward A. (1836-1908) Birds of New England. Boston: Noyes, Homes, and Co., 1870. Octavo, illustrated with many color plates of birds, sewing starting, publisher’s goldstamped cloth, abraded and torn. $75-100 1170 Gilt-incised and Granite-inlaid Black Slate Mantel Clock, retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Boston, late 19th century, ht. 9 1/2, wd. 11 1/8, dp. 6 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $300-500 1171 Victorian Black Lacquered, Gilt-incised, and Copper-mounted Mantel Clock, England or America, late 19th century, ht. 12, wd. 11, dp. 6 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $150-200

1172 Burl Walnut Veneered Neoclassical-style Armoire, with turned mushroom finials atop molded cornice, two paneled burl walnut veneered doors, flanked by engaged threequarter reeded columns, ending on turned feet, ht. 75 1/2, wd. 54 1/4, dp. 22 1/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,000-1,500 1173 Fifty Mostly European Porcelain Salts, in various forms, including a floral and gilt decorated Crescent & Sons salt, a black “Osaka” pattern with fleur-de-lis and gilt decoration Fenton salt, and an Italian pierced bowl-form salt with rose embellishments, ht. to 2 1/2 in. $125-175 1174 Eighteen Mostly European Enameled Objects, 19th and 20th centuries, mostly salts, in various forms, including three footed, glass line, Russian, enameled salts, in varying decoration, two footed, French salts, each with three hand-painted genre scene vignettes, and a French, brass-mounted perfume bottle, ht. to 3 in. $200-250 1175 Two Oriental Rug Items, 19th century, Karabagh prayer rug, 4 ft. x 3 ft., and a Kurd bagface, 2 ft. 4 in. x 1 ft. 9 in. $200-400 1176 Thirteen European Gilt Porcelain Salts and a Potpourri, Germany and Austria, including a German handled salt with painted figural scene, two Meissen crimped salts, and a lidded Bavarian potpourri, with dolphin supports on a shaped plinth, and handpainted bird decoration, ht. to 5 1/4 in. $250-300 1177 Fourteen Mostly Belleek Salts, Ireland and America, including a pair of clover decorated salts, and seven shallow, floral decorated salts, ht. to 1 3/4 in. $100-150 1178 Seth Thomas Rosewood-veneer and Copper-mounted Dome-top Shelf Clock, the white-painted dial signed Seth Thomas, Manufactured in the United States of America, 20th Century, ht. 11 1/2, wd. 13, dp. 6 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $150-250

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1179 Burl Walnut Veneered Converted Neoclassical-style Armoire, with turned mushroom finials atop molded cornice, two paneled burl walnut veneered doors, revealing two short drawers over three long drawer fitted interior, converted for TV use, flanked by engaged three-quarter reeded columns, ending on turned feet, ht. 75 1/2, wd. 54 1/4, dp. 22 1/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,000-1,500 1180 Incised-stone and Gilt-decorated Mantel Clock, probably France, late 19th century, ht. 9 1/2, wd. 17, dp. 6 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $400-600 1181 Large Group of Children’s Literature Titles, including vintage Mother Goose and Storyland, Beatrix Potter, Snoopy, Garfield, Dr. Seuss, Sweet Dreams, and C.S. Lewis. $200-300 1182 Five Assorted Colorless Glass Display Domes, ht. 9 to 20 in. $150-250 1183 Twenty-six Mostly Porcelain Salts, including three Royal Bayreuth salts, two Stouffer iridescent porcelain salts, a Royal Worcester dolphin-form salt and a rose decorated pottery salt shaker, ht. to 4 in. $125-175 1184 Approximately Thirty-five Sterling and Plate Salts and Spoons, mostly Mexico and Peru, including a set of four scalloped, sterling silver salts, with floral engravings, impressed on bottom “Sanborns Mexico Sterling,” an enameled mushroom-form sterling salt shaker, two mother-of-pearl-inlaid octagonal salts and tray, and a Sanborns sterling repoussé lobed bowl, 22.2 troy oz., ht. to 2 1/4 in. $400-600

1185 Neoclassical Black Slate Mantel Clock with Copper-mounted Figural Frieze, retailed by Bigelow, Kennard, & Co., Boston, 20th century, ht. 9, wd. 18 3/4, dp. 9 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $250-350 1186 Incised Stone and Granite-inlaid Mantel Clock, the black and gilt-painted dial signed Bartesego, St. Etienne, France, late 19th century, ht. 9 1/2, wd. 15 3/4, dp. 5 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $300-500 1187 Pair of Milk Glass and Colorless Cut Glass Lamps, electrified, the lamps with pressed milk glass columnar pedestal bases under colorless cut glass globes, with brass mountings, each with colorless glass chimney and spherical milk glass shade, base ht. 16 1/2 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $100-150 1188 Blaine, James G. (1830-1893) Secretarial Letter Signed, July 2, 1890. Two inscribed pages on a single wove paper bifolium. To Charles Randall (1824-1904), member of the House of Representatives for Massachusetts, informing him that in Newfoundland, the ship “Antarctic” has authorization to sail north, will depart with a new master, and is awaiting the arrival of the owner; old folds, ink offsetting, pencil inscriptions on verso. $100-150 1189 Anton Muller (Dutch, 1874-1912) Two Winter Landscapes. Signed “Anton Muller” l.l. or l.r. Oil on canvas, sight size 8 3/4 x 11 in., framed. Condition: Surface grime, minor abrasions. $300-500 1190 American School, 20th Century Untitled [Man Beneath a Statue]. Unsigned. Gelatin silver print, sight size 18 1/2 x 12 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of frame. $150-250

1191 Nineteen Opaline Glass Salts, including a silver plate and brass mounted, floral-painted white opaline glass salt, a brass mounted and handled pink glass salt, and a footed, shell form, gilt and rose decorated salt, ht. to 3 1/2 in. $125-150 1192 Victorian Black-painted and Faux Marble Copper-mounted Mantel Clock, England or America, late 19th century, ht. 10 3/4, wd. 15, dp. 7 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $125-175 1193 Large Victorian Mahogany Veneer Armoire, with molded, foliate and C-scroll carved, arched crest, two fruit and foliate appliqued doors, enclosing a two-drawer interior, raised on turned bun feet, ht. 98 3/4, wd. 59 1/4, dp. 18 3/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $1,000-1,500 1194 Incised Stone and Granite-inlaid Mantel Clock, the gilt-painted dial signed L. Marchand, France, late 19th century, ht. 9, wd. 17, dp. 7 1/4 in. Provenance: Property of the historic Charles Street Inn, Boston. $200-250 1195 Millay, Edna St. Vincent (1892-1950) Eight Volumes: A Few Figs from Thistles, [1922] with added material; The Buck in the Snow, 1928; The Harp-Weaver, 1923; Huntsman, What Quarry?, 1939; Mine the Harvest, [1954]; The Indigo Bunting, a Memoir of Edna St. Vincent Millay, by Vincent Sheean, [1951]; and Make Bright the Arrows, 1940, two copies; all Harper and Brothers, New York and London, all in publisher’s bindings. (8) $200-300 1196 Two Oriental Rugs, 19th century, Shirvan, 4 ft. 4 in. x 3 ft., and Hamadan, 6 ft. 3 in. x 4 ft. 3 in. $200-400

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1197 Eleven Enameled Salts and Peppers, mostly Denmark and Norway, a pair of enameled Viking ship-form salts, one green, the other red, a boxed, blue enameled salt, shaker and spoon set, a set of four enameled salts with floral decorated interiors, two guilloche enameled salts and one salt shaker, and five enameled spoons, ht. to 2 in. $125-175 1198 Twenty-five Mostly Asian Silver, Plate, and Metal Salts, including a gilt decorated and floral engraved, scalloped pewter salt, a cobalt glass and enamel decorated salt with brass stand, and a seven salt spoons, ht. to 3 in. $100-150 1199 Hugh Cairns (Massachusetts, 1861-1942) Bronze Plaque Depicting a Gentleman with a Mustache. Signed l.r. Round cast bronze wall plaque, dia. 14 3/4 in. $300-500 1200 Simon Moselsio (Vermont, 1890-1964) Standing Female Nude. Signed “S. Moselsio” around base. Carved wood on a green hardstone base, ht. 12 3/4 in. $200-400

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