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					                                                                                                                                          December 2, 2011 — Antiques and The Arts Weekly — 77


                                                                  TRAIN AUCTION
         ABACUS AUCTIONS


        WE ARE PLEASED TO OFFER NEW TO MARKET COLLECTIBLE TRAINS & RAILROAD COLLECTIBLES FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS.
                                                          SATURDAY DECEMBER 3, 2011
                                                         PREVIEW FRIDAY 12 - 5 PM & SATURDAY 9-10:45 AM
         AUCTION SATURDAY @ 11 AM • 3067 Claremont Rd., Charlestown, NH
     COMPLETE LISTING AND PHOTOS AT AUCTIONZIP.COM - AUCTIONEER I.D. #20453. O - HO - N - S - G - LIONEL - AMERICAN FLYER
        This sale will include some brass, post war and new Lionel and vintage Marx & American Flyer along with vintage and new
       HO and N gauge models, track and buildings. 4' x 8' O Gauge layout w/track and turnouts; Prototype railroad & related books,
                              lanterns, padlocks, oilers, timetables, railroad ephemera, framed railroad artwork.
TERMS OF SALE: Everything sold as is, where is, subject to errors, deletions and omissions.               NOTE TO ABSENTEE BIDDERS: We will accept absentee bids up until 12 Noon on the day of
All sales final. No returns unless item is not as advertised or announced. Absentee bids are per-         the auction. Absentee Bids received after that time cannot be accepted. No shipments will be
mitted until 4 PM on the day prior to the auction, subject to all terms and conditions of sale. 13%       made until full payment has been received and payment has cleared our bank. Contact us for
Buyer's Premium discounted to 10% if paid by cash or good check approved by the Auction-                  shipping costs and best method of shipping.
eers. New, out of state and buyers not known to the Auctioneers must pay with Business or Per-
sonal check accompanied with a Bank Letter of Guarantee. Payment must be made by the end                        FOOD AND BEVERAGES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE AUCTION HALL.
of the auction except for Absentee Bids which must be paid within three (3) working days. Ship-                   You can email us at: info@abacusauctions.net or call 603.477.4447
ments will be made after checks have cleared.                                                                                          Charles Clougherty NH Lic 2889


     Beckort Auctions LLC
                                                                  QUALITY ANTIQUE AUCTION • SATURDAY DEC. 10, 10am
                                                                                  SELLING DR. HESS’S PRIVATE COLLECTION!
                                                                                   Location: 1313 Ridgeway Ave (Silver Hills), New Albany, IN
                                                                 NOTE: Mark your calendars-this is more than an auction, it’s an EVENT! Come join us as we offer an outstanding offering of Dr. Hess’s
                                                                 personal collection, he was a physician in New Albany for 50+ years and has amassed a very diversified collection of antiques, collectibles,
                                                                 fine art, local memorabilia, pottery, china, glass, furniture & artwork from around the globe! An interesting auction to say the least! Come
                                                                 join us under the big tent with plenty of seating & HEAT in historic Silver Hills!
                                                                            Visit website for details & photos. Note-live internet bidding available on majority of items!




   ANTIQUES: Early Coca-Cola wall regulator clock; Kroeper walnut wall clock with thermometer,            SILVER: Gorham sterling silver candlesticks; mother of pearl handle dessert set; Wilcox 3-piece
   ca. 1870; American Graphone Co wax cylinder player with red morning glory horn; 12# cannon-            tea set; Reed & Barton ca. 1885 caster set with matching fern-etched bottles; Steiff pewter
   ball (from Battle of Perryville); brass powder horn with engraved decorative bands; pair cast iron     mug; early pewter trencher; early 20th century German silver on copper candlesticks
   lions with amber glass eyes; cast horse hitch block; large copper cauldron on silver stand;            BOOKS: Literally hundreds of hardback books from a household where everyone was a peren-
   approx. 10+ hand-made quilts; early red & gold stenciled wood box; English hammered coal               nial student with diversified interest. Categories include: painting (art history as well as tech-
   shuttle; massive wood baluster on cast base lamp; Salter’s Spring Balance hanging scale; brass         niques); antiques (furniture, ceramics, etc); architecture; illustrated children’s; yoga; cook books;
   vintage stirrup; brass kettle/buckets; large cast iron mortar; wood dice rolling device; pair heavy    travel; history; gardening; fiction & non-fiction; anatomy & medicine; Dr. Appleton & Co 2-vol
   brass candlestick holders; Victorian jewelry box with beaded bands; brass fireplace fender, 56”l;      set of engravings; New Gallery of British Art; 1946 Nash owner’s manual; beautifully assem-
   brass andirons with banded ball finials; large black wrought iron log basket with latticed sides,      bled 1939 Johnson family (of Louisville) vacation scrapbook focusing on New York World’s Fair
   ca. 1900; African folk art carved fat container; Thailand wood betol box; Tibetan prayer reel with     EARLY SOFA: George III mahogany sofa in transitional Hepplewhite, Sheraton style & having
   carved bone sections; unusual 6’long whale rib & vertebrae; vintage lady’s hat in boxes; Saks          concave reeded arm supports, carved paterae blocks & tapered legs with spade feet, ca. 1790-
   Fifth Ave “Tortoise” purse in original box; early ptd cast iron cat door stop; cast iron green dress   1810
   Aunt Jemima; early 1900’s brass metal automobile trunk; cast iron café table; early 1900’s             EARLY CUPBOARDS: Primitive Austrian painted pine pewter cupboard, painted 1850 on front;
   mahogany bar with brass edges & brass foot rail (Seelbach Hotel)                                       18th century English oak hanging corner cupboard w/brass hinges; early Mahogany hanging
   QUALITY LITHOGRAPHS: Authentic J.J. Audubon “American Black Bear” book leaf from                       corner medicine cupboard; oak English 3-door cupboard with carved crests & diamonds on
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   “Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America” ca. 1845-1848 printed by J.T. Bowen; Authentic J.J.           raised panels; 19th century primitive low cupboard
   Audubon “Townsend’s Rocky Mountain Haire” book leaf from “Viviparous Quadrupeds of North               EARLY CHAIRS: Pair English Windsor chairs with arched spindle backs, ca. 1820; (4) 19th cen-
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   America” ca. 1845-1848 printed by J.T. Bowen; Authentic J.J. Audubon “Douglass Squirrel”               tury English saddle seat pub chairs; pair ca. 1860/70 English Victorian Renaissance-style side
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   book leaf from “Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America” ca. 1845-1848 printed by J.T. Bowen;           chairs with gondola backs; 18th century English country Georgian/Chippendale style side chair;
   1905 “Pabst Famous Blue Ribbon Winners” chromolithograph; J. Gould “Lagopus Scoticus” &                pair English country Windsor chairs with arched crests; pair French ladder back chairs with
   “Galloperdix Zeylonensis” vignettes, ca. 1850-1880                                                     woven cord seats; Irish oak school bench with flat plank seat; pair 19th century kitchen Wind-
   ART: Approximately 100+ original “whimsical” works in various urediums by 90 year old Dr.              sor’s with spindle back; primitive oak bannister back chair; English Chippendale style ladder
   Patrick Hess, longtime pediatrician who was also a well-trained & exhibiting artist for half his       back oak chair
   lifetime & opened Hess Studio in his retirement in addition to selling pieces in New York.; can-       QUALITY FURNITURE: Early 20th century Louis XV style bergere chair; late 19th century cop-
   dlesticks, picture frames & other works in metal by Hess daughter Amy, a Long Island artist            per lined cellaret; Cromwellian English walnut one-drawer table & armchair; semi-modern
   who markets through Niemen Marcus & Barney’s; seven etchings by sister-in-law active New               Campeachy leather chair; massive rosewood ornately carved marble top coffee table; tan paint-
   Albany artist Mary Lou Hess; “Little Flock” etching by late New Albany artist George Engle;            ed pine vestibule w/drawer, squared column support on serpentine base; set of trestle-type
   Beechwoods pastel from early 1900’s by Harry Phelps of New Albany (a Hess relative); large             walnut dining tables (custom made in 1960 by Strassel Co. of Louisville); English quarter-sawed
   framed “Eagle” silk screen by Native American John Nieto; 2 early circus posters (Cole Bros.           oak trestle style side table; 19th century English apothecary 16-drawer chest; English
   with performing elephants & Trained Wild Animal Circus); assortment of approx.. 25 framed              mahogany step table with red tooled leather; early soft wood kitchen work table; primitive pine
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   antique engravings or lithographs including “Wonderful Albino Family” “Pilgrims at Shrine of           painted hanging shelf and suspended drawers; primitive inglenook bench with single plank top;
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   Our Lady of Lourdes” “Robert Burns & His Highland Mary” “The Flower Vase”; large example               Willett maple 4-piece bedroom suite; oak barrister style 4-stack bookcase; low wood stool with
   of yarn work Americana (clipper ships with American flag); ancient looking painted carved              carved panel; Eureka Tea Co. wood chest with heavy iron work, ca. 1900
   wooden statue; 21” tall gilded spelter ewer with cherub faces; alabaster bust of Leonardo              QUALITY MIRRORS: Federal style gilded mirror with reeded front pilasters; Civil War era oval
   DaVinci; “Young Man with Long Stemmed Pipe”-15x10 OC by G. Coppol; “Young Girl” 32x24                  mirror with ornate scrolling; Victorian heavy walnut oval mirror
   o/c, unsigned (early 19th century KY primitive); Dr. Hess’s easel & large amount of art supplies!      OUTDOOR FURNITURE/GARDEN ITEMS: Boston Ornamental Iron Works cast twig
   CERAMICS: Canteen-shaped Quimper pitcher on pedestal foot with scenes of young & adult                 w/acorns & oak leaves garden bench, ca. 1860; Victorian cast iron fern-patterned bench, by JW
   couples; English mid-19th century ceramic plaque with military officer; pair of tin-glazed Quim-       Fiske Co, ca. mid 1800’s; early 5’ long strap iron park-style bench; vintage 18” tall cast iron
   per-type pheasant figures “Inverno & Autumno” plates; majolica face pitcher, German origin;            melon-ribbed urn w/marble top; white cast iron openwork medallion chair; vintage cast iron
   “Tout Blanc” French Veilleuse, ca. 1830; Quimper plate with peasant woman with flower;                 horse figure boot scraper 17” tall
   Roseville Donatello jardinière; modern cased & cameo-cut vase (signed); set (12) Havilland,            DR. GEORGE H. DAY (EARLY NEW ALBANY PHYSICIAN 1891-1954) CA. 1920 MEDICAL
   Limoges “The 12 Days of Christmas” plates; Staffordshire shaker with blue coated man; Imari            EQUIPMENT: white cast iron exam chair; folding exam table; J. Chatillion ornate 66”tall doc-
   plates with scalloped rims; dark unglazed stoneware pot, Thailand ca. 1800; Chinese cylindrical        tor’s scale; baby scales; early glass door cabinet; black leather Dr.’s bag w/related tools; early
   brush pot with peonies & red bird; Johnson Bros. Queen Elizabeth II ’53 Coronation pitcher;            oak cased “quackery” device; other related items
   Chinese crackleware umbrella holder; early tin-glazed inkwell; Royal Doulton; Hummel fig-              15+ ORIENTAL RUGS: Oushak 15’x12’ ca. 1900 Turkey (great colors); Kurdistan 5’x3’ ca. 1900-
   urines; Art Nouveau jasper-type inkwell                                                                30’s NW Persia; Kurdistan 7’x4’ ca. 1900-30’s NW Persia; Kurdistan 6’x4’ ca. 1900-30’s from
   FAIENCE/MAIOLICA: Faience apothecary/syrup jar with domed foot marked S/Injubinus, ca.                 NW Persia; Karabaugh 5’x3’ ca. 1900-30’s Caucasia; Karaja 5’x3’ca. mid 1900’s Iran; Hamadan
   18th century; Italian faience drug jar with yellow/blue/green décor, ca. 16th century; French          4’x3’ ca. mid 1900’s Iran; Bokhara 6’x4’ Pakistan; other types-Karaja, Hamadan, Lilihan
   faience charger with men in landscape scene; Delft faience vase with dark blue décor, ca. 1750;
   early faience/maiolica pitcher with green blossoms & orange leaves                                                               OWNER: Dr. Patrick Hess & Gloria Hess
   GLASS: Tortoise shell colored heavy art glass bowl (The Glassworks in Louisville); Baccarat              DIRECTIONS: From I-64 New Albany Exit #123, right on Spring St, right on 7th St, left on
   crystal 28 piece set; Steuben glass; large American Fostoria punch bowl; quality stemware;                 Cherry St, left on Adams St, right on Maple, left on Knob Ave, right on Highland Ave,
   watch for complete listing in catalog!                                                                                             then right on Ridgeway Ave to site.

				
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