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					           Lots 601 - 610

Lot #601: TWO CRICHTON SILVER SALVERS
The larger with marks for London, 1922 and Crichton & Co. Ltd., New
York-Chicago, the other Crichton & Co. Ltd., New York: the one with
molded serpentine rim and tripod pad feet, the other angular with
scalloped corners and quadruple scroll feet; 1 x 12 in. and 1 1/2 x 12 in.
Estimate: $ 600.00 - $ 900.00


Lot #602: SHEFFIELD PLATE CHEESE WARMER AND A SMALL
SILVER-PLATED SALVER
The rectangular hinged top with ball knop flanked by hinged spouts,
wood handle, flat base; 3 x 12 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 400.00 - $ 600.00



Lot #603: GRAFF & WASHBOURNE SILVER CREAMER AND SUGAR
SET AND TWO ENSKO SILVER PIECES
The set with engraved borders and script monogram, the lighthouse
coffee pot with engraved initials and the 2-handled cup and cover with
inscription and dated 1958; 2 1/2 to 9 in.
Estimate: $ 400.00 - $ 600.00



Lot #604: ASSEMBLED GROUP OF ENSKO AND ENGLISH SILVER
TEA ARTICLES
Comprising 2 Ensko tea pots on warming stands, a presentation 12 in.
tray and a 3 in. footed bowl; an English kettle on warming stand,
initialed, and a matching teapot, each by R.E., London, 1955, and a
strainer, Sheffield, 1957; 1 3/4 to 11 in.
Estimate: $ 1200.00 - $ 1800.00


Lot #605: IRISH QUEEN ANNE SILVER TANKARD
Marks possibly for Adam Billon: the flared cylindrical footed bowl with
single applied band, the double scroll hollow handle with initials and
with flat terminal, applied strapwork at hinge and reeded foliate
thumbpiece, the dome lid with 3-petal flowers and reeding; 8 in., approx.
30.05 oz.
Estimate: $ 2500.00 - $ 3500.00
Lot #606: CRITCHTON SILVER CREAMER AND SUGAR BOWL AND
TWO ASHTRAYS
The set with marks for London, 1922, the ashtrays for Critchton and
Co., Ltd., New York: the set with applied reeding, the footed trays with
double rests; 1 1/8 and 4 in.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00



Lot #607: TWO GEORGIAN SILVER SKEWERS AND A SILVER-
PLATED SKEWER
The larger with marks for TW in script, London, 1798, the other WJ,
London, 1825, the plated skewer with spurious marks; 9, 13 and 15 in.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00




Lot #608: ENGLISH SILVER-PLATED COFFEE POT
12 in.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 200.00




Lot #609: MONOGRAMMED SILVER TRAY AND LINER
Of angular serpentine outline applied with bow-knot wreathes and
engraved with flowers and foliage, pierced two-handled liner; 1 3/4 x 14
1/2 x 10 in., approx. 34 oz.
Estimate: $ 500.00 - $ 700.00




Lot #610: WOOD-HANDLED SILVER INDIVIDUAL CHOCOLATE POT
Of flared cylindrical form, swan's neck spout and flat cover with ball
knop; 4 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 200.00




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            Lots 611 - 620

Lot #611: GEORGE III ASSEMBLED ARMORIAL SILVER GILT 78-
PIECE PART FRUIT SERVICE
Marks for Wm. Eley and Wm. Fearn, Richard Crossley, George Smith
and others, London, 1798-1815, in the "Fiddle and Thread" pattern:
comprising 24 knives with reeded handles, 22 forks, 23 tablespoons, 6
serving spoons with shell bowls, 1 sauce ladle, 1 pair of grape snips,
contained in 3 green baize-lined removable trays and brass-inlaid
mahogany canteen.
Estimate: $ 2200.00 - $ 2800.00


Lot #612: GEORGE III AND LATER ASSEMBLED ARMORIAL SILVER
FLATWARE SERVICE
In the Fiddle, Shell and Thread pattern, comprising 6-dinner knives, no
makers mark, London, 1806; 6 lunch knives, RP, London, 1823; 12
dinner forks, 2 makers, London, 1810 and 1827; 12 lunch forks, various
makers, 1778, 1815, 1827; 6 soup spoons, JP, 1827; 12 tablespoons,
1778 and 1827; 12 teaspoons, JP, 1827, marks rubbed 1829; 1 pair of
sugar nips, JP, 1827 and 1 butter server, JP, 1827; 68 pieces, approx.
124 oz. weighable, excluding knives.
Estimate: $ 2000.00 - $ 3000.00


Lot #613: GROUP OF SILVER FLATWARE
Comprising 1-11 3/4 in. long-handled armorial spoon, TN, London,
1796; 1-6 3/4 in. armorial ladle, MS, London, 1809; 1-5 1/4 in. pair of
sugar nips, GB, London, 1798; 1-10 1/2 in. server with simulated ivory
handle, JJ, London, 1898; 5 monogramed teaspoons, AB/GB, London,
1804; 1 armorial teaspoon, GS/London, 1797; 6 assembled coffee
spoons, marks rubbed; 4 initialed rat tail coffee spoons, crica 1750, with
foliate engraved reverse of bowl; 1 later spoon and six assembled salts,
marks rubbed; approx. 13.05 oz.
Estimate: $ 400.00 - $ 600.00


Lot #614: IRISH GEORGE III SILVER SALVER WITH LATER
ARMORIAL
Maker's marks for I.I., Dublin, 1791: the serpentine beaded rim
enclosing later engraved flowers and scrolls and applied armorial, on
quadruple bead and reeded scroll feet; 1 1/2 in., 14 1/4 in. diam.,
approx. 38 oz.
Estimate: $ 800.00 - $ 1200.00
Lot #615: ENGLISH MONOGRAMMED SILVER TWO-HANDLED CUP
AND COVER
Marks for Crichton, London, Britannia Standard, 1924; the belted bowl
with molded foot and leaf-capped s-scroll arms, initialed E. H. F. over
fox's head and crop, the dome cover with foliate knop; 11 5/8 x 13 in., 7
1/8 in. diam., approx. 67 oz.
Estimate: $ 800.00 - $ 1200.00




Lot #616: GEORGE III ENGRAVED SILVER SNUFF BOX AND THREE
OTHER SMALL ARTICLES
Marks for M.I., Birmingham, 1787, with fish scale surface centering
blank rectangle, together with a miniature foot stool with grotesque
headed legs, a Tiffany & Co. monogrammed circular lidded box and a P.
H. V. & Co. "Just a Thimbleful" measure.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00

Lot #617: GEORGE III ARMORIAL SILVER TEAPOT AND
ASSEMBLED STAND
Each with marks for Peter and Anne Bateman, London, 1793 and 1798:
the pot with dipped reeded shoulder above an engraved griffin and 3
sheep armorials within half-round flowerhead borders, the stand with
oval blind cartouche border, 4 reeded feet.
Estimate: $ 1500.00 - $ 2500.00


Lot #618: GEORGE IV ARMORIAL SILVER MUSTARD POT AND A
PAIR OF URN-FORM CASTERS
Each with marks for Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard, London, 1827:
the pot with gadroon rim, angular handle and blue glass liner, the
casters each with different cover; together with a George III armorial
silver small baluster-form caster, marked II, London, 1766; 2 5/8 x 4
1/4 in., width of pot 4 in., approx. 12 oz.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00




Lot #619: CONTINENTAL SILVER SERVING FORK AND SPOON
12 and 12 3/4 in.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 200.00




Lot #620: GERMAN SILVER REPOUSSÉ OVAL SIDEBOARD DISH
Repoussé with a youth and 2 maidens with mandolin and pipes, seated
beneath a tree, cone and fruit border; 12 3/4 in., approx. 13 oz.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00
            Lots 621 - 630



Lot #621: CONTINENTAL REPOUSSÉ SILVER TRIPOD CREAMER
Chased with rococo flowers, foliage and shellwork; 3 7/8 x 4 1/2 in.,
approx. 6 oz.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 150.00




Lot #622: SIX GEORGE III ARMORIAL SILVER CUP STANDS
Marks for W. S. within rectangle, London, 1799: each with gadroon rim,
recessed center and engraved cock and crowned eagle armorials; 4 1/2
in. diam., approx. 20 oz.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00



Lot #623: CONTINENTAL STERLING SILVER BOAT-FORM
CENTERPIECE
Repoussé and chased with a band of strawberries, flanked by flower
applied scroll handles and the oval base with dolphins; 8 1/2 x 18 x 7
3/4 in., approx. 50 oz.
Estimate: $ 700.00 - $ 900.00




Lot #624: GEORGE III ARMORIAL SILVER CAKE BASKET
Marks for RM within rectangle, London, 1776: the beaded rim above
open fluting and repoussé bow-knot ovals and urns supporting drapery
swags, entwined swing handle and flute foot, with quarter shield
armorial above Latin motto; 3 3/4 x 13 1/4 in., approx. 17 oz.
Estimate: $ 1500.00 - $ 2500.00



Lot #625: GERMAN REPOUSSÉ SILVER SMALL OVAL TRAY
Centered by a youth and girl with mandolin seated in garden, pierced
lattice border and ribbon twined rose rim, together with a silver-plated
pin tray; 10 1/8 and 7 1/2 in. (2 pieces).
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00
Lot #626: CHINESE EXPORT SILVER COFFEE POT
The textured bowl with rounded shoulders, swans neck spout and
bamboo handle, hinged cover with gourd knop, marked on underside; 7
1/2 in., approx. 21 oz.
Estimate: $ 350.00 - $ 450.00




Lot #627: GEORGE IV ASSEMBLED ARMORIAL SILVER THREE-
PIECE TEA SERVICE
Marks for Rebecca Eames & Edward Barnard, London, 1821 and 1827:
of squat spherical form with reeded center band, s-scroll handles and
flattened bell-form cover; 3 1/2 to 5 1/2 in., approx. 40.05 oz.
Estimate: $ 600.00 - $ 900.00


Lot #628: TIFFANY & CO. MONOGRAMMED SILVER SEVEN-PIECE
PART DRESSER SET
Comprising two 3 in. cylindrical boxes with twist-off lids, ring-handled
mirror, hand brush, another brush and a lacer.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00



Lot #629: J.H. CONNOR SILVER PAN WITH HANDLE
The cylindrical tapered bowl inscribed "Taylor 1815," with molded lip and
the handle with leaf-tip, various impressed marks; 2 3/8 x 7 3/4 in., 4
7/8 in. diam.
Estimate: $ 500.00 - $ 800.00




Lot #630: ROGERS BROS. MANUFACTURING CO. EXTRA PLATE
KETTLE WITH BURNER
The 2-handled initialed bowl with reeding and entrelac border, bell-form
cover and attached stand centering removable burner.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00




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            Lots 631 - 640


Lot #631: TIFFANY AND CO. SILVER GILT 80-PIECE FLATWARE
SERVICE IN THE "BAMBOO" PATTERN
Comprising 12 hollow-handled dinner knives, 12 hollow-handled lunch
knives, 12 dinner forks, 12 lunch forks, 12 teaspoons, 12 butter knives,
2-piece salad set with wood ends, 1 sauce ladle, 1 gravy ladle, 2 serving
spoons, 2 cold meat forks, contained in single-drawer box.
Estimate: $ 2000.00 - $ 3000.00



Lot #632: TIFFANY AND CO. SILVER FRUIT BOWL AND A HOT
WATER JUG
The bowl inscribed in script A & C, No. 97 and dated 1908: the sides
pierced and engraved with grape cluster, everted leaf-tip rim, the jug also
Tiffany & Co. and with synthetic raffia handle; bowl: 3 1/2 in., jug: 5 1/2
in.
Estimate: $ 400.00 - $ 600.00



Lot #633: NO LOT



Lot #634: KERR SILVER CO. FOUR-PIECE DRESSER SET AND TWO
OTHER ARTICLES
Comprising a lidded cut-glass powder box, hand mirror, hand brush and
another brush, script monograms, scalloped leaf-tip edges, together with
a Graff & Washbourne velvet-lined heart-shaped box and a Tiffany & Co.
2 3/4 in. box with twist-on lid.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00



Lot #635: TIFFANY & CO. INITIALED SILVER EIGHT-PIECE PART
DRESSER SET
Comprising a pair of fluted glass block-form scent bottles and stoppers, 2
graduated cylindrical lidded boxes, a rectangular lidded box, a pin tray,
hand brush and another brush; 1 1/4 to 3 3/4 in. x 2 3/4 to 8 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 600.00 - $ 800.00

Lot #636: GROUP OF THREE PEWTER TEAPOTS, A COFFEE POT
AND FOUR PLATES
The largest impressed Boardman, New York and #8 beneath an x, one of
pear-form, impressed Hale beneath an x and crown, the other 2
unmarked, 2 marked Danforth deep plates, a Danforth 8 in. plate and
another 8 in. plate; 6 1/4 to 8 1/2 in., 11 1/2 to 13 1/8 in. diam.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00
Lot #637: RICHARD EDWIN BROOKS (1865-1919): BUST OF OLIVER
WENDELL HOLMES
Bronze, incised with signature, Cire Perdue and dated 1901; 15 x 10 1/2
x 6 1/2 in. Provenance: From the estate of William M.V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00




Lot #638: W.C. NOBLE: BRONZE BUST PORTRAIT OF ROBERT B.
POTTER
Inscribed at front: "Per castra ad Astra/Tribute of Army Comrades and
Friends," inscribed with his army positions at either side, and battles
fought on reverse, signed and dated 1888; 26 1/2 x 20 in.
Estimate: $ 600.00 - $ 800.00




Lot #639: BRASS-STUDDED MAROON LEATHER-COVERED WRITING
BOX
The hinged cover with brass drop handle, paper lined interior; 6 x 13 1/2
in.
Estimate: $ 250.00 - $ 450.00



Lot #640: CALLIGRAPHIC ELEPHANT
Ink on paper, 20 x 26 in., inscribed "Flourished by Miss Chloe Frank
1896."
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00




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           Lots 641 - 650


Lot #641: RED STAINED WOOD GAMEBOARD
Centered by black and red checkerboard flanked by tray recesses,
unembellished reverse; 27 1/2 x 17 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00



Lot #642: AMERICAN STAINED PINE OVAL CUTTING BOARD
One end pierced with hanging hole; 27 1/4 x 15 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00




Lot #643: AMERICAN BRASS AND WROUGHT IRON TRIPOD CANDLE
STAND
5 ft. 2 in. x 21 in.
Estimate: $ 600.00 - $ 1000.00




Lot #644: PAIR OF CORNELIUS AND BAKER BRASS CANDLESTICKS,
PHILADELPHIA
Each with relief label: the stems with cone terminals and dished bases; 9
1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 400.00 - $ 600.00




Lot #645: STENCILED PINE CASH TILL
In 3 sections labeled "Hundreds," "Tens," and "Ones," the backboard with
2 pierced holes; 6 1/4 x 24 x 2 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00



Lot #646: NO LOT
Lot #647: AMERICAN ROLLED-PAPER LIDDED SEWING BASKET
The hinged lid with concentric spoke bands, opening to paper-lined
board liner, the exterior composed of vertical spindles; 3 1/2 in., 8 1/4
in. diam.
Estimate: $ 1000.00 - $ 1200.00




Lot #648: THREE RAG GIRL DOLLS
Comprising a black doll with button eyes and printed cotton dress, a
large doll with oil skin head, striped dress and apron and leather shoes,
and a black haired doll with cotton dress; 22. 24 and 26 in.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00




Lot #649: TWO AMERICAN PAIRS OF BRASS-MOUNTED STENCILED
WOOD BELLOWS
The bowed fronts with fruit on cream-ground or fall foliage on gilt-
ground above nailed bands; 17 1/2 x 19 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00




Lot #650: DIMINUTIVE PINE BOX
With slightly domed top with brass handle, raised on bracket feet; 8 x 16
x 8 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 800.00 - $ 1200.00


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           Lots 651 - 660



Lot #651: PAIR OF TOLE WALL LIGHTS BY CARLTON, BOSTON
Of typical form, each labeled "Manufactured by W. Carlton, Boston."
Estimate: $ 700.00 - $ 900.00




Lot #652: CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY ROLL-TOP TRAVEL DESK
The tambour back and sloping lid opening to wells and writing panel,
above a drawer fitted with brass drop handles and at the side; 8 3/4 x
17 x 12 in.
Estimate: $ 1000.00 - $ 1500.00




Lot #653: PAIR OF AMERICAN PEWTER FLUID LAMPS
Impressed mark, Capen & Molineux, NY: each spindle stem with bell-
form bowl and molded foot with flowerhead and vine bands; 10 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 400.00




Lot #654: CHIPPENDALE-STYLE MAHOGANY LAZY SUSAN
The rotating piecrust surface on stem and molded foot; 7 3/4 in., 15 in.
diam.
Estimate: $ 400.00 - $ 600.00



Lot #655: AMERICAN PAINTED LEATHER FIRE BUCKET AND TWO
STONEWARE JUGS
The black-ground inscribed "D. Arnold" above "No.1," within scrolls, the
jugs with sloping brown-glazed shoulders; 13 and 18 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 800.00 - $ 1200.00
Lot #656: AMERICAN PAINTED PINE SMALL BLANKET CHEST
With hinged top, the front stylized strawberries and foliage within yellow
ribbon twist border, flowerheads at the sides; 12 3/4 x 19 x 10 in.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 600.00




Lot #657: AMERICAN WATERCOLOR MINIATURE ON IVORY
Oval 1/2-length portrait of a girl in a blue stripe dress facing destra, gilt
metal-mounted ebonized frame; frame: 4 1/4 x 3 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00




Lot #658: AMERICAN WATERCOLOR PORTRAIT ON IVORY
Oval 1/2-length portrait of a girl wearing a red bead necklace and blue
waist ribbon, brass-mounted ebonized frame; frame: 4 1/2 x 3 3/4 in.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 200.00




Lot #659: AMERICAN REVERSE PAINTED SILHOUETTE ON GLASS:
"GEORGE AND MARTHA WASHINGTON, 1781"
Bust length, facing each other, with gilt highlights, contained in parcel
gilt and bird's eye maple frame; frame: 11 1/2 x 13 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 250.00 - $ 450.00




Lot #660: WATERCOLOR ON IVORY MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A
GENTLEMAN
3/4 view, with hair tied back, wearing a brown jacket, monogrammed to
the right, contained in a Black Starr Frost silver locket frame; 3 x 2 1/2
in. Provenance: From the estate of William M.V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00
            Lots 661 - 670


Lot #661: AMERICAN MINIATURE WATERCOLOR ON IVORY
PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN
3/4-view, with fringed hair and wearing a blue jacket, gold locket frame
with lock of hair at reverse; frame: 3 x 2 1/2 in. Provenance: From the
estate of William M.V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 250.00 - $ 450.00




Lot #662: AMERICAN WATERCOLOR ON IVORY MINIATURE
Woven hair locket on reverse, within scroll cast frame with chain of later
date; frame: 2 3/8 x 1 7/8 in. Provenance: From the estate of William M.
V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00




Lot #663: AMERICAN MINIATURE WATERCOLOR ON IVORY OF A
GENTLEMAN
3/4 view, with hair tied back and wearing a striped waistcoat and brown
jacket, gilt-metal frame cast with spiral loop border; frame: 3 1/4 x 2 3/4
in. Provenance: From the estate of William M.V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00




Lot #664: TWO AMERICAN PEN AND INK MINIATURE OVAL PROFILE
PORTRAITS
Depicting a lady with curls and jet black necklace and a gentleman, each
facing destra, she in brass and ebonized frame, he in ebonized and parcel
gilt frame, on paper; frames: 4 3/8 x 3 7/8 in. and 4 1/2 x 4 1/8 in.
Provenance: From the estate of William M.V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00
Lot #665: TWO AMERICAN WATERCOLOR PORTRAIT MINIATURES
ON PAPER
Comprising an oval of a young man and a rectangle of a young woman
with curls and head resting on hand, framed together in giltwood, said to
be members of the Longfellow March family; frame: 6 3/4 x 9 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 300.00




Lot #666: AMERICAN WATERCOLOR MINIATURE
Signed K. Walker, 1840; a lady in profile with bonnet and blue dress,
holding a basket, parcel gilt and bird's eye maple frame; frame: 7 3/4 x 6
3/4 in.
Estimate: $ 250.00 - $ 450.00




Lot #667: AMERICAN WATERCOLOR MINIATURE ON IVORY
Octagonal bust-length portrait of a young man with black scarf and
brown jacket, velvet surround and frame; frame: 6 x 5 in.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00




Lot #668: AMERICAN PAINTED SILHOUETTE ON GLASS: "NICHOLAS
BROOKING, 1798"
Bust length, facing dextra, silvered wood inner border, maple frame;
frame: 7 1/4 x 6 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 125.00 - $ 175.00




Lot #669: AMERICAN WATERCOLOR PORTRAIT ON IVORY
1/2-length, facing front with blonde curls, black dress with flowers in
bodice and cotton shawl, ebonized wood frame.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00
Lot #670: AMERICAN INK AND WATERCOLOR MINIATURE ON PAPER
Circular profile of a young girl in bonnet facing destra, gilt-metal frame
with tiered leaf border; frame: 3 5/8 x 3 in.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 200.00




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           Lots 671 - 680


Lot #671: TWO PAPER AND FABRIC CUT-OUT FIGURES
One depicting George Washington, the other depicting Benjamin
Franklin; largest: 17 1/2 x 14 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00




Lot #672: AMERICAN CUT-PAPER SILHOUETTE: "NATHAN A.
FELTON"
Full length, the child in long gown facing destra, white paper cut-out
with black ground and cut border, penciled name, giltwood frame; frame:
8 1/2 x 6 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00




Lot #673: AMERICAN WATERCOLOR PROFILE PORTRAIT ON PAPER
3/4-length portrait of a lady in bonnet facing sinistra and holding a
book, cut-out face on fabric ground, giltwood frame; frame: 7 1/8 x 6
3/4 in.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 200.00




Lot #674: AMERICAN PAINTED TIN TRAY
The raised edge with rounded corners, centering red rectangle within
dotted lattice and peach border; 9 1/2 x 12 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00




Lot #675: BUFFALO POTTERY BLUE TRANSFER-PRINTED "JOHN
PAUL JONES" COMMEMORATIVE PITCHER
The shaped bowl with 2 portraits of Jones and a view of the "Bon Homme
Richard" in battle with the "Serapis," the spout with name and stars; 9
1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 200.00
Lot #676: AMERICAN PAINTED CAST IRON MECHANICAL BANK:
"HALL'S EXCELSIOR BANK"
With hinged cupola, pierced door and windows, grill back, red ground
with white trim; 5 x 4 x 4 in.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 200.00




Lot #677: AMERICAN FIGURAL MAPLE MINIATURE CHEST OF
DRAWERS
Penciled on back, "H. Williams maker Newport Dec. 1878:" the
splashboard pierced with 2 hearts, containing 4 drawers with turned
pulls and scalloped cross bars, short feet; 17 5/8 x 12 1/2 x 6 in.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00




Lot #678: AMERICAN PAINTED CAST IRON MECHANICAL BANK:
"BAD ACCIDENT"
Modeled as a figure in a cart eating watermelon while a boy pets the
donkey, the title in relief; 6 x 10 x 3 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 400.00 - $ 600.00




Lot #679: AMERICAN FIGURAL SALT BOX AND TWO CUTLERY
TRAYS AND A TURNED PESTLE
The first with tray top above a drawer with ceramic pull, the first tray
with 2 divisions and central handle, the other open, the pestle with flat-
top handle; 3 to 8 in. x 12 1/2 to 13 in.
Estimate: $ 250.00 - $ 450.00



Lot #680: JOHN TRUMBULL: SIGNED PROMISSORY NOTE
Framed together with an engraving of Trumbull, 11 1/4 x 16 7/8 in.
Provenance: From the estate of William M.V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 300.00
           Lots 681 - 690


Lot #681: WAX PROFILE PORTRAIT OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN,
AFTER NINI
Wearing a fur hat, on ebonized panel within an ebonized frame; 7 in.
diam. Provenance: From the estate of William M.V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00




Lot #682: PAIR OF AMERICAN ENGRAVED GLASS SCENT BOTTLES
AND SILVER STOPPERS
Each squat bowl cut with foliate scrolls and asters, the mushroom
monogrammed stoppers with engraved foliate bands; 5 3/4 in., 6 in.
diam.
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 300.00




Lot #683: BONE-MOUNTED MAHOGANY AND FIGURED MAPLE
SEWING BOX WITH EAGLE FINIAL
Incorporating 4 stepped tiers, each containing a drawer with bone pull,
finials and feet, the eagle finial on turned bone stem; 29 x 12 1/2 x 10
1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 2000.00 - $ 3000.00




Lot #684: TERRACOTTA RONDEL OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BY NINI
Modeled in profile wearing a fur hat, inscribed B. Franklin, American
1777 and Nini 1777, contained in ebonized frame; 3 7/8 in. diam.
Provenance: From the estate of William M.V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 700.00 - $ 900.00




Lot #685: AMERICAN TURNED BURL BOWL
With molded rim and double ringed outer bowl; 6 1/2 in., 17 1/4 in.
diam.
Estimate: $ 700.00 - $ 900.00
Lot #686: AFTER MARILYN NEWMARK (b. 1928): "HACKING HOME"
AND "MAN O' WAR"
Two equestrian bronzes, each with impressed signature and copyright
dates 1970 and 1977, the first with impressed title at front and
numbered 12/30, on verde antico marble base, the other on wood base;
10 7/8 x 11 1/2 in. and 9 1/8 in. x 14 1/4 in.
Estimate: $ 700.00 - $ 1000.00




Lot #687: AN UNUSUAL LEATHER WRAPPED WALL BRACKET,
PROBABLY NEW YORK STATE
16 x 13 1/2 x 6 3/4 in.
Estimate: $ 500.00 - $ 700.00




Lot #688: GROUP OF FOUR JASPERWARE OVAL PORTRAITS
5 1/4 x 4 in. and 7 1/4 x 6 in. Provenance: From the estate of William M.
V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00




Lot #689: DUTCH BLUE AND WHITE DELFT THIRTY-PIECE TILE
PICTURE
Depicting a 17th c. interior with women at an oven or feeding a bird, a
child and men playing and smoking, oak frame; 34 1/4 x 26 1/4 in.
(image, sight), frame: 42 x 33 3/4 in.
Estimate: $ 400.00 - $ 600.00




Lot #690: GROUP OF THIRTEEN DELFT MAGENTA TILES
11 with flower filled urns and 2 with views of houses; approx. 5 1/4 x 5
in.
Estimate: $ 800.00 - $ 1200.00


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Lot #691: FRENCH WATERCOLOR ON IVORY MINIATURE RONDEL
Bust length, Louis XVI-style gilt metal frame with plaque on back
"General de Lafayette," frame: 3 3/8 in. diam. Provenance: From the
estate of William M.V. Kingsland.
Estimate: $ 250.00 - $ 450.00




Lot #692: CHINA TRADE PORTRAIT
Oil on canvas, relined, 21 x 17 in., signed illegibly and dated 1808; the
sheet of paper in the gentleman's hand reads: "[?] Senator C.H. Sontag."
Estimate: $ 1200.00 - $ 1800.00




Lot #693: CARVED MARBLE FIGURE OF GENERAL GEORGE
WASHINGTON
Holding a document in his right hand, with his left on his sword hilt,
flanked by a pedestal surmounted by a hat; 43 3/4 x 13 x 12 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 2000.00 - $ 4000.00




Lot #694: AFTER F.C. COURTER: ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Oil on cradled panel, 25 1/4 x 20 in., signed lower right.
Estimate: $ 300.00 - $ 500.00
Lot #695: CARL SANDBURG: "ABRAHAM LINCOLN, THE WAR YEARS"
In 4 volumes, Harcourt, Brace and Co., Inc., 1939, clothbound, with 414
halftones and 249 illustrations, clothbound box, together with 15 misc.
books and catalogues on Lincoln (19 pieces).
Estimate: $ 200.00 - $ 400.00




Lot #696: PLASTER LIFE MASK OF A MAN
10 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 6 in.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 200.00




Lot #697: ABRAHAM LINCOLN MEMORABILIA
Including a woodblock print profile portrait; 12 7/8 x 9 x 7/8 in.
Estimate: $ 100.00 - $ 200.00




Lot #698: BRONZE ABRAHAM LINCOLN CENTENARY MEDAL
The front with head in profile facing sinistra, the obverse inscribed, "With
malice toward none with charity for all" and the dates 1809-1909;
together with a Kingsport Press miniature volume "Addresses of Abraham
Lincoln, 1929," and an 1864 stereotype Lincoln campaign button; 2 3/8
in. (3 pieces).
Estimate: $ 50.00 - $ 100.00




Lot #699: SIX WORKS ON PAPER: ABRAHAM LINCOLN
The largest, 17 5/8 x 24 1/2 in.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00
Lot #700: ED MORIN: PORTRAIT OF YOUNG ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Etching, 8 x 7 in.
Estimate: $ 150.00 - $ 250.00




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