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                                                        Conditions of Sale
1.    Lots Sold to The Highest Bidder: The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. Under no circumstances are the consignors
      or the consignors‚ agents or persons acting on behalf of the consignors permitted to bid at the auction on their consigned property. The auctioneer
      has the right to reject any bid, to advance the bidding at his or her absolute discretion and, in the event of any dispute between bidders or any other
      issue with respect to the highest bidder, to determine the successful bidder, to continue the bidding or to reoffer and resell the lot in question. In
      the event of any dispute after the sale, John Moran Auctioneers‚, Inc., a California Corporation (hereinafter referred to as, JMA), record of final sale
      shall be conclusive.

2.    Lots are Sold AS IS. ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD AS IS AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS ARE EXCLUDED. NEI-
      THER WE NOR THE CONSIGNOR OR OUR ASSOCIATES MAKE ANY REPRESENTATION, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, OR GUARANTEE IN
      CONDITION, SIZE, PROVENANCE, MEDIUM, SIGNATURE, INSCRIPTION, EXHIBITION (S), IMPORTANCE, RARITY, COUNTRY OR ORIGIN, AGE,
      GENUINENESS, SUBJECT HISTORICAL RELEVANCE, MONETARY OR OTHER VALUE, FRAMING OR LACK THEREOF, MOUNTING, CONSERVATION,
      COLOR (S), PALETTE, INSCRIPTION, EDITION, STYLE LABEL OR OTHER DESCRIPTOR. NO STATEMENT IN THE CATALOGUE, BROCHURES OR IN
      THE BILL OF SALE OR INVOICE OR BIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION OR STATEMENTS MADE BY THE AUCTIONEER DURING THE AUCTION OR
      ELSEWHERE SHALL BE DEEMED SUCH A WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION OR AN ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITY. NO EMPLOYEE OF JOHN MORAN
      AUCTIONEERS IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE, ON OUR BEHALF OR THAT OF THE CONSIGNOR, ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, ORAL OR
      WRITTEN, WITH RESPECT TO ANY PROPERTY.

3.    Buyer’s obligation to inspect each item: Buyers are strongly encouraged to view all items auctioned on display before the auction to determine the
      true condition and nature of any item(s) of interest. Although there is no legal requirement that each buyer inspect lots purchased before the
      auction, the failure to inspect may constitute a waiver of that buyer’s complaint that the item was not delivered in a condition equal to the existent
      condition at the auction as described in section 14 of these Conditions of Sale.

4.    All Sales Final: Notwithstanding any other terms of these conditions, any and all refunds shall be given at the sole discretion of JMA. Refunds request-
      ed on the grounds of authenticity must be made within 10 days of the auction date, and such requests must be accompanied by at least one
      supporting statement in writing from a recognized authority stating that the painting or art sold is incorrect or not the work of the artist. A recog-
      nized authority shall be defined as a person who has authored, edited, or substantially contributed to a monograph on the artist, a person who has
      curated, organized or substantially contributed to a solo exhibition on the artist, a person who has represented the artists estate or someone who
      represented or worked closely with the artist while they were alive and, in any of the above instances physically handled works of the period, medi-
      um and subject matter in question during the course of their duties. Please note that dealers who advertise to buy a wide range of artists, appraisers
      and representatives of other auction firms do not qualify as authenticators of individual artists unless they have had such specific involvement with
      an artists work as specified above in addition to their daily duties. Any lot in question must be returned to JMA in the exact same condition as when
      sold. Please be advised that JMA does not grant extensions to refund considerations based upon authenticity due to shipping delays. There are no
      exceptions to this refund policy.

5.    The Right to withdraw Lots: JMA reserves the right to withdraw any lot before or at the sale.

6.    Buyer’s Premium: The purchase price payable by a buyer shall be the sum of the final bid plus a premium of 15% of the final bid price.
      (Effective June 1, 2006)

6A.   A 20% buyer’s premium shall apply on all purchases made via ebay Live.

7.    Lots are Subject to a Reserve Price: Some lots in the auction are subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price below which the lot
      will not be sold (the reserve). In no event will the reserve price exceed the low estimate. JMA shall act to protect the reserve by bidding through the
      auctioneer. The auctioneer may open bidding on any lot below the reserve by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may continue to
      bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve, either by placing consecutive bids or by placing bids in response to other bidders. The
      estimates provided by JMA concerning a given lot, are carefully considered opinions of the cataloguer and fine art staff. Any estimates given are
      merely suggestive guidelines for interested buyers. Buyers must be aware that paintings and art are subject to fluctuating values depending on the
      subjective interests of collectors and a wide variety of other uncontrollable factors. The lots auctioned may sell at prices either above or below esti-
      mates.

8.    Winning Bid Constitutes an Immediate Transfer of Title: Title to the offered lot shall pass to the buyer upon the fall of the auctioneer‚s hammer and
      announcement by the auctioneer that the lot has been sold, subject to compliance by the buyer with all other Conditions of Sale. The buyer shall
      forthwith assume full risk and responsibility for the lot and shall pay the full purchase price or such part thereof as JMA, in its sole discretion, shall
      require. In addition, the buyer may be required to sign a confirmation of purchase or abide by any other financial terms that JMA deems necessary
      to protect the interest of the consignors.
                                                         Conditions of Sale
9.    Removal of Purchased lots: All items sold may not be removed from JMA’s premises, or the premises of the auction, until the buyer has paid in full
      the purchase price therefor or has satisfied such terms, as JMA, in its sole discretion, shall require. Subject to the foregoing, all lots are to be paid
      for and removed from JMA premises at the buyer’s expense no later than the third calendar day following the sale, and, if not so removed, JMA may
      transfer any such lot to its warehouse at the risk and expense of the buyer. If a lot has not been collected the third calendar day following the sale
      and JMA does transfer the uncollected property to its warehouse, the buyer will be liable to JMA for storage and handling charges of $10.00 per day
      for each lot. In addition to other remedies available by law, JMA reserves the right to impose a late charge of 1% per month or the maximum per-
      mitted by law on the purchase price commencing on the day following the date on which payment is due if the buyer does not make payment in full
      in accordance with these Conditions of Sale.

10.   Absent Bidders: Bids which are submitted to JMA in writing or are otherwise left with JMA prior to an auction for execution at or below a specified
      price (Absentee bids), as well as telephone bids, shall be entertained and executed by JMA for the convenience of bidders not present at auction, but
      JMA shall not be responsible for failing to execute such bids or for errors relating to our execution of such bids. Bidding on any article(s), whether in
      person, by agent, order bid, telephone or other means, constitutes the highest bidders acceptance of these Conditions of Sale. All absentee bids
      must be received by JMA prior to the day of sale. Bidders by telephone are also encouraged to leave a cover bid in case of technical failure.

11.   Applicable taxes: Unless exempted by California law, the buyer shall be required to pay any applicable state and local sales tax or compensating use
      tax on the purchase price.

12.   Buyer’s Breach of Conditions of Sale: If the buyer fails to comply with any of these Conditions of Sale, JMA may, in addition to asserting all remedies
      available by law, including the right to hold such defaulting buyer liable for the purchase price, (I) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages
      any payment made by the buyer, (II) resell the property without reserve at public auction or privately on seven days notice to the buyer, or (iii) take
      such other action as we deem necessary or appropriate. If JMA resells the property, the original defaulting buyer shall be liable for the payments of
      any deficiency in the purchase price and all costs and expenses, including warehousing, the expenses of both sales, reasonable attorneys‚ fees,
      commissions, incidental damages and all other charges due hereunder. In the event that such buyer pays a portion of the purchase price for any or
      all lots purchased, JMA shall apply the payment received to such lot or lots that JMA, in our sole discretion, deems appropriate. JMA shall have the
      benefit of all rights of a secured party under the Uniform Commercial Code adopted in the State of California where the auction is held.

13.   Governing Law, Venue and Jurisdiction: The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to the Conditions of Sale and the conduct of the auc-
      tion shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the State of California. By bidding at an auction, whether present in person or by agent, by
      absentee bid, telephone or other means, the buyer shall be deemed to have consented to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of such state and
      the federal courts sitting in such state. Further, the buyer agrees that the venue for any action arising out of the failure to abide by the Conditions of
      Sale, or any conduct related to or arising out of the auction, shall be the Los Angeles Superior Court, Pasadena Branch located at 300 E. Walnut
      Street, Pasadena, California 91101 or the Federal Court Central District located at 312 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, California, 90012-4793.
      The buyer expressly agrees that (I) neither JMA nor the seller shall be liable, in whole or in part, for any special, indirect or consequential damages,
      including, without limitation, loss of profits and (II) the buyer’s damages, if any, are limited exclusively to the original purchase price paid for the lot.

14.   Delivery of Lots Sold: The packing and handling of purchased lots by John Moran Auctioneer’s staff at the auction is undertaken solely as a courtesy
      to customers. There is no charge for packing material and labor supplied to you on the evening of the sale. In no event will JMA be liable for
      damage to painting, glass or frames regardless of cause in connection with this free service.

      JMA may, in our discretion and as a service to buyers, arrange to have purchased lots packed, insured and forwarded at the request, expense and
      risk of the buyer. JMA assumes no responsibility for acts or omissions in such packing or shipping by other packers or carriers, whether or not
      recommended by JMA. Nor does JMA assume any responsibility for any damage to picture frames or to the glass therein. In circumstances in which
      JMA arranges and bills for such services via invoice or credit card, JMA will include an administration charge.

      In the case of JMA personally delivering an item, if an item cannot be delivered in condition equal to the existent condition at the time of sale, or
      should any item be mis delivered, stolen or lost prior to delivery, JMA‚s liability shall not exceed the amount paid by the buyer at the auction. Buyers
      are strongly encouraged to view all items auctioned on display before the auction to determine the true condition of items of interest.

15.   Notices, Demands and Refunds: Any demands for refunds, problems with the lot(s) sold or notices of any kind concerning the auction shall be in
      writing and addressed to JMA at 735 West Woodbury, Altadena, California 91001.

16.   Effect of any Unenforceable Provisions: Should any of the Conditions of Sale be deemed unenforceable by a competent court having jurisdiction,
      such unenforceable provision shall have no effect on the enforcability of the remaining provisions contained in the Conditions of Sale.
1001   A Carl Thieme Dresden porcelain figure of a lady
       20th century, with blue underglaze monogram to underside, depicting a lady in 18th
       century dress with a fan, on an integral base, 13.50'' H x 9'' W x 6'' D, est:$600/800
       Condition: Good condition overall. With light marks, scratches and rubbing to surface.




1002   Set six Meissen blue and white porcelain steins
       Each with blue underglaze crossed swords mark to underside, each with circular lid
       with pewter hinged mount above a cylindrical body with loop handle, decorated overall
       with flowering vines, 8'' H x 4.5'' W x 6.25'' D, est:$500/700. Provenance: Property
       from the personal collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: Nicely made. General light marks and scratches to surfaces overall. With
       very minor spotting and yellowing in areas, namely edges of lids and handles, some of
       which are lacking glazed surface. One handle broken off and repaired.

1003   An A. Lamm Dresden porcelain chocolate service
       Early 20th century, with blue lamb and ''Dresden'' mark, the saucers also impressed
       ''Meissen / 35'', comprising a chocolate pot and twelve demitasse cups and saucers,
       each with cobalt ground, the pot decorated with courting couples, the cups and saucers
       with mythological scenes and putti, the saucers monogrammed, 25 pcs, the pot, 9.75'' H
       x 6.5'' W x 4.5'' D, est:$900/1200. Provenance: Property of a Private Collection, San
       Francisco, CA
       Condition: Diameter of saucer: 4.75''. Underside of one cup lacking decorators mark.
       Good condition overall. Nicely decorated. General light marks, scratches and rubbing to
       surface. Particular rubbing to gilding of extremities.

1004   A Bohemian gilt cranberry glass dessert service
       Probably late 19th century, comprising twelve bowls (2.25'' x 4.25''), and twelve plates
       (10''), decorated overall with maidens amidst floral and foliate swags, 24 pcs, 2.25'' H x
       4.1'' W, est:$400/700. Provenance: The Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Good overall condition. Some typical rubbing to painted decoration. With
       some greenish brown discoloration to interior bottom of pieces. One bowl with a small
       chip to rim. One plate also with a small chipped loss to rim.

1005   A Louis XV style brass & pressed glass chandelier
       Late 19th/20th century, the spandrel corona suspending luster drops above a baluster
       stem suspending further drops over six waved candle arms hung with lusters above a
       globe finial, electrified, 26'' H x 25'' Dia., est:$500/800
       Condition: Overall 36'' high. General marks, scratches and rubbing to surface overall.
       Dirt accumulation overall. Would benefit from cleaning. With minor nicks and chipped
       losses to drops. Wired to outside of candlearms. Wiring should be checked by a
       qualified electrician prior to use.
1006   A Swiss white metal pocket watch Rode Frainier
       Probably early 20th century, the dial signed ''Rode'', serial number ''229923'', the
       movement marked ''Rode/Watch Co /17126'', with Arabic chapters and seconds hand,
       the sporting case signed twice ''Frainier'', decorated to one side with a fisherman, a
       sculling crew to the other, 2'' Dia., est:$500/700. Provenance: Property from a Private
       Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Very nicely decorated. General light marks and scratches commensurate
       with age and use. Typical tarnishing to surface. With some corrosion residue in
       crevices. Working condition unknown and not guaranteed.

1007   A pair of Louis XV style gilt-bronze candelabra
       Late 19th/20th century, each with central foliate spray issuing three asymmetrical
       acanthus-cast upswept candlearms, over a circular foliate-cast base, 10.5'' H x 9.5''
       Dia., est:$500/700
       Condition: Good condition overall. Nicely cast. With a mellow gold tone to gilding
       overall. General marks, scratches and rubbing to surface overall, commensurate with
       age. With rubbing and spotting to surfaces. With polish residue to crevices. Not
       electrified.

1008   A pair of Louis XVI style petit commodes
       Late 19th/early 20th century, branded ''France'', each with an inset oval Brocatelle de
       Jura marble top within a three-quarter pierced gallery over a conforming case fitted
       with three drawers, on square tapering legs joined by a kidney-form undertier, 29'' H x
       19'' W x 13'' D, est:$600/800. Provenance: Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Structurally sound. General marks, nicks, scratches commensurate with age
       and use. Fading to timber overall. Would benefit from waxing. Brass mounts darkened.
       Very minor losses to veneer on drawer divides. Undersides of top case with later board
       support.

1009   Pair Louis XV style ormolu three-light candelabra
       Late 19th/20th century, possibly adapted, cast in sections, each with a foliate cascade
       finial above three foliate-sheathed S-form candlearms above a waisted and acanthus-
       cast stem over scrolled feet on a tripartite base, 17.5'' H x 7.25'' Dia., est:$800/1200
       Condition: Good overall condition. General light marks, scratches and rubbing to
       surface. Ormolu of a nice mellow golden tone. Nicely chased overall. Probably adapted
       from candlesticks, with a drip pan and possibly other element now lacking. Bobeches to
       one candelabrum with one loose drip pan and one integral drip pan, other drip pan
       lacking. Other candelabrum with integral drip pan to one bobeche, the other drip pans
       lacking. Dirt accumulation to bobeches. Some looseness to candlearms. Not electrified.
       Not drilled.

1010   A Louis XVI style mahogany vitrine cabinet
       Late 19th/early 20th century, the D-shaped galleried inset variegated white marble top
       above a bowed glazed doors and waved glazed sides enclosing a pair of shelves, on
       cabriole legs, 54'' H x 26'' W x 13'' D, est:$600/800. Provenance: Property from an
       Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Structurally sound. Mounts darkened. General marks, nicks and scratches to
       surface commensurate with age. With top mount to left side off and retained. Molding
       to left side of base protruding, would benefit from adjustment. Wear to red velvet
       lining of interior. One key.
1011   A Louis XV style mahogany & parquetry work table
       Late 19th century, the waved double hinged top opening to well, above a rectangular
       case with canted corners, each side with single drawer, on cabriole legs, 28.5'' H x
       18.25'' W x 13.25'' D, est:$400/600. Provenance: Property of a Private Los Angeles
       Collector
       Condition: Structurally sound. General marks, nicks and scratches, commensurate with
       age and use. With a washed stain to timber in areas. With some cracking, patched
       repairs and overpainted restoration to timber overall. Pulls replaced. Wear to feet.




1012   A Louis XV/XVI style giltwood mirror
       Late 19th century, the central rectangular bevelled plate within a beaded conforming
       surround inset with further mirrored slips surmounted by a pierced acanthus-carved
       crest centered by a floral bouquet, 54.25'' H x 31'' W, est:$2000/3000. Provenance:
       Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Nicely carved. General marks, nicks and scratches overall, commensurate
       with age. With rubbing to gilding overall revealing red bole, white gesso and bare wood
       in areas. Plates probably replaced. Back reattached with modern brackets. Minor
       cracking to carved elements.




1013   A Napoleon III gilt-bronze encrier inkstand
       Late 19th century, the hinged lid over a cushion molded inkwell on paw feet flanked by
       a pair of dragons, over a shaped rectangular stand with D-shaped dished utensil well,
       on toupie feet, 7.75'' H x 15'' W x 7.5'' D, est:$500/800
       Condition: Probably re-gilt. Possibly with some replaced elements. Central inkwell
       slightly bent and uneven. General marks, scratches and slight rubbing to surface
       overall. Cobalt liner to inside of well with edge largely broken off, would benefit from
       being replaced. With what appears to be a crack to underside running depth of stand
       which does not appear on top.

1014   George III style giltwood & ebonized wall lights
       20th century, pair, each with hunting trophy-form backplate, with spread winged eagle,
       surmounted by a ribbon-tied drapery swag, over a pair of J-form candlearms over
       asymmetrical tassels, drilled for electricity, 38'' H x 15'' W x 10'' D, est:$400/600.
       Provenance: The Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Generally good condition overall. Intentionally distressed finish to imitate
       age. With some rubbing, nicks and small losses to painted decoration revealing red
       bole, white gesso and bare wood in areas. Arms drilled. One backplate with drilled hole
       over candlearms to accommodate wiring. One candlenozzle to each broken off and
       reattached, one with gold tape holding base to stem. Same light with arm frame
       reattached to backplate, again lifting, with glue residue.

1015   A Louis XVI style gilt metal & tulipwood gueridon
       Late 19th/20th century, the circular eared top decorated with a floral spray over a
       frieze centered by rocaille clasps above cabriole legs ending in foliate-cast sabots, 29'' H
       x 24'' Dia., est:$700/900. Provenance: Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Structurally sound. General marks, nicks and scratches commensurate with
       age and use. Dryness and fading to timber overall. Mounts oxidized and dirty. With
       some minor losses to timber of underside of top, under mounts. Some cracking at
       joints of legs.
1016   A Continental giltwood carving floral bouquet
       19th century, naturalistically modeled, in a woven basket, 25'' H x 36'' W,
       est:$2000/3000
       Condition: Very nicely carved. General marks, nicks and scratches commensurate with
       age. With some rubbing to gilding overall revealing red bole, white gesso and bare
       wood in areas.

1017   Tapestry after Daniel Ridgway Knight women fisher
       Probably circa 1930, signed ''apres Ridgway Knight (Daniel Ridgway Knight 1839-1924,
       American), depicting two girls with a wheelbarrow and a boy in a fishing boat on a
       riverbank, 55'' H x 75'' W, est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property from an Altadena, CA
       Estate
       Condition: Machine woven. No borders. Not mounted. Fabric slightly discolored in
       areas commensurate with age, a dark water stain to the left portion.

1018   Pr Regence style ormolu three-branch wall lights
       Late 19th century, each with a satyr's mask backplate on acanthus sprays and scrolls
       issuing laurel-sheathed S-form candlearms, drilled for electricity, 14.5'' H x 14.5'' W x
       9'' D, est:$2500/4000
       Condition: Good condition overall. Nicely cast. General light marks and scratches to
       surface. With minor cracking and casting flaws to surfaces. Drilled for electricity, as
       stated.

1019   Continental Rococo style inlaid mahogany armchair
       Late 19th century, the waved pierced back surmounted by an acanthus spray above a
       centrally-inlaid acanthus clasp, over a padded needlework seat centering a floral spray,
       over splayed tapering legs, 36'' H x 24'' W x 20'' D, est:$500/700. Provenance: Private
       Collection, Sierra Madre, CA
       Condition: Height of seat: 15.5''. Width of seat 17''. Depth of seat 16''. Good condition
       overall. Structurally sound. With an orange tone to timber. General marks, nicks and
       scratches commensurate with age. With minor nicked losses to carved elements and
       minor patched repairs. Upholstery in good, clean condition.


1020   A mahogany three piece suite of seat furniture
       20th century, comprising a bergere, a rocking chair and a canape, each with a thickly
       molded curved crestrail above a tufted padded back, sides and seat covered in floral
       patterned upholstery, over a serpentine seatrail, on cabriole legs, 3 pcs; the canape,
       32.5'' H x 48'' W x 28'' D, est:$500/800
       Condition: Canape: Height of seat: 17''. Width of seat: 40''. Depth of seat: 20''. Bergere:
       32.5'' x 26'' x 27''. Height of seat: 16''. Width of seat: 18''. Depth of seat: 18.5''. Rocking
       chair slightly taller and narrower. With a deep dark red brown color to timber and a
       high-gloss finish. General light marks and scratches. Upholstered to the reverse.
       Upholstery in good clean condition. Some wear to feet.

1021   A Persian stone inset repousse brass belt
       Probably 19th century, rectangular links inset with stone and glass cabochons and
       beads, with a circular clasp, framed in Plexiglas shadowbox; the belt, 31.75'' H,
       est:$550/750. Provenance: Obtained in Tehran, between 1965-1970. Property from a
       Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Overall: 40'' x 10''. Good overall condition. Dirt accumulation and darkening
       to brass. Typical unevenness to links, stones, beads and mountings. With fading to
       fabric on frame backing. Belt hot-glued to backing.
1022   A Maltese Cross of Merit, the Vatican
       A cross of merit from the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, the Vatican; the medal,
       4.75'' H x 2.5'' W, est:$100/200. Provenance: Property from the R.S.H Trust,
       Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Good overall condition. Some small spotted losses to gilt elements. Ribbon
       faded around edges.




1023   A Medal of the Order of Santa Isabel, Portugal
       18K gold, with enamel, of typical form; the medal, 3.75'' H x 2'' W, est:$500/800.
       Provenance: Property from the R.S.H. Trust, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Good overall condition. Some fading and spotty soiling to ribbon.




1024   La Croix de Guerre des Theatres d'Operations
       Dated 1939, France together with a Maginot Line badge, with hallmark to the reverse;
       diameter: 1.375", 2 pcs; the cross, 1.75'' H x 1.5'' W, est:$500/800. Provenance:
       Property from the R.S.H. Trust, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Good overall condition. Light rubbing to surfaces. Ribbon slightly frayed at
       end.




1025   Group of medals, the Order of the Double Dragon
       China, one with hallmarks to the reverse, 3 pcs; the largest, 4.25'' H x 3.25'' W,
       est:$800/1200. Provenance: Property from the R.S.H. Trust, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: The smallest: 3.25'' x 2.75''. Good condition overall. Darkening to metal. One
       with losses to light blue enamel to outside edge. Another with small losses to enamel in
       center around cabochon. Wear, fraying and losses to threads of ribbon.




1026   A Chinese carved jade figure of a water buffalo
       Of typical form, with upswept tail, 5.5'' H x 8.5'' W x 3.5'' D, est:$1000/1500.
       Provenance: Sold, Christie's East, 6 June 1990, lot 323. Property from the R.S.H. Trust,
       Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. Light marks and scratches to surface.
1027   A Chinese silk embroidered wall hanging
       Probably early 20th century, decorated with sages interspersed with characters within a
       blue border of precious objects, 63.6'' H x 54'' W, est:$500/800. Provenance: Property
       from an Altadena, CA Estate
       Condition: Good color retention. Some fabric discolored in areas commensurate with
       age. Backing linen dry and discolored with small holes to seams. With some fraying to
       blue silk border.




1028   A Chinese blue, green & yellow glazed ginger jar
       The circular domed cover centered by a Buddhistic lion, over a stout baluster body
       decorated overall with sages amidst a cloudy landscape, 21'' H x 13'' Dia.,
       est:$600/800. Provenance: Property of a Private Collection, San Francisco, CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. With some light marks and scratches and rubbing to
       surface. Glaze with mattified areas overall. Tip of lion's tail cracked and repaired.
       Interior of lid with a brown wash possibly indicating a repair- not evident from exterior.
       Edge of lid with a fine oval crack on edge. With minor spots, bubbles and imperfections
       to glaze.




1029   A Chinese tea dust glazed ceramic censer
       Probably 19th century, with floral-carved orange hardstone finial above a pierced
       foliate-carved circular lid between a pair of squared handles over a squat body, on three
       short legs over a scalloped hardwood stand; the censer, 13'' H x 10'' Dia.,
       est:$3000/4000. Provenance: Property of a Private Collection, San Francisco, CA
       Condition: The stand: 1.75'' x 9.75''. Good condition overall. Carving very nicely
       executed. Finial broken off and retained, would benefit from reaffixing. General light
       marks and scratches overall commensurate with age. Stand very nicely carved.

1030   A Chinese yellow and floral enameled lobed dish
       Probably 18th century, of elongated quatrefoil form, decorated overall with scrolling
       floral sprays, on a pierced carved hardwood stand; the dish, 2.5'' H x 15.25'' W x 10.75''
       D, est:$5000/7000. Provenance: Property of a Private Collection, San Francisco, CA
       Condition: The stand: 7.25'' x 10.5'' x 8.25''. Good condition overall. With some light
       rubbing spotting and very minor losses to enamel overall. General light marks and
       scratches to stand.

1031   A Japanese glazed porcelain peony baluster vase
       Probably Meiji period (1868-1911), signed Inouye Ryosai, of baluster form, decorated
       with white peonies on a rust ground, on an associated stand; the vase, 27'' H x 12'' W,
       est:$800/1000. Provenance: Property of a Private Collection, San Francisco, CA
       Condition: The stand: 12.5'' x 15'' x 15''. Good overall condition. With general light
       marks and scratches to surface overall. Nicely decorated. Fine firing crack to base.
1032   Two Japanese satsuma cased tea services
       Probably Meiji period (1868-1911), one cased set with fifteen pieces including six cups
       and saucers, a teapot, covered cream jug and covered sugar bowl; the other set with
       three cups and saucers, a teapot, a covered cream jug and a covered sugar bowl,
       decorated overall with dragons in relief, mythological figures and Buddhist saints, 26
       pcs (with cases); the larger cups, 1.75'' H x 4.5'' W x 3.75'' D, est:$400/600
       Condition: The larger saucers: 5.5''. The smaller cups: 2.25'' x 3'' x 2.25''. The smaller
       saucers: 4.75''. Probably made for export. With some stylized rough quality gilt
       decoration. General light marks, and scratches to surfaces overall. Some rubbing to
       decoration overall, particularly gilding. One larger saucer with small chipped loss to
       edge. Cases worn, cracked and dirty.

1033   Bernard Lamotte (1903-1983 French)
       Cafe rue Royal, signed lower right: Bernard Lamotte, oil on canvas, 15'' x 18'',
       est:$800/1200. Provenance: Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, New York (see label verso);
       Estate, Claremont, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.


1034   Arthur Watkins Crisp (1881-1974 New York, NY)
       Dancers on stage with a black jazz band, signed lower right: Arthur Crisp, gouache and
       watercolor on paper under glass, sight size, 17.25'' x 29'', est:$700/900
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with no evidence of foxing, staining or
       tears. Not examined out of the frame.

1035   Achille Sdruscia (1910-1994 Italian)
       Il Pianista, signed lower right: A. Sdruscia, signed again and titled verso, oil on canvas,
       19.5'' x 23.5'', est:$700/1000. Provenance: Galerie Moderne at Brentano's, New York
       (see partial label verso)
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.


1036   Jun Dobashi (1910-1978 Japanese)
       Cliffs at Etretat, Depicting the Normandy coast's Aval cliff, its arch and the needle,
       signed, dated and inscribed lower right: Jun Dobashi 55 a Paris, oil on canvas, 15'' x
       18'', est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, New York (see label
       verso); Estate, Claremont, CA
       Condition: Visual: Craquelure concentrated mainly in the sky and some discolored
       varnish and surface dirt. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.

1037   Jean Lurcat (1892-1966 French)
       Chateau D'eau, Depicting a water tower in a modern landscape, signed and dated lower
       left: Lurcat 27, oil on panel, 15'' x 18'', est:$2000/3000. Note: Aline Barnsdall (1882-
       1946) who apparently donated the present work to the Los Angeles County Museum
       shortly before her death, was a colorful and independent woman and heiress to an oil
       fortune. She was involved in avant-garde theatre in Chicago before moving to Los
       Angeles, when she commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build a major arts and theatre
       project on Olive Hill that was never completed. Instead, Wright designed and built
       Hollyhock House for her private residence. Barnsdall never actually lived in the house
       and donated the building and land, known today as The Barnsdall Art Park, to the city
       in 1927. Provenance: Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA, circa 1944,
       acquired from Miss Aline Barnsdall (see label and note verso); Dalzell Hatfield
       Galleries, Los Angeles, CA (see label verso); Maxwell Galleries Fine Paintings, San
       Francisco, CA (see label verso); Estate, Claremont, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. The artist has textured the oil paint in
       some areas with sand. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.
1038   French early 20th c still life, fruit & book
       Probably French, signed indistinctly lower left: F. M***ene**, pastel on canvas under
       glass, 9.5'' H x 13'' W, est:$500/700. Provenance: Property from a Private Collection,
       Glendale, CA
       Condition: Visual: The canvas is warped. Some loss to the pastel in the lower left and
       right corners and some evidence of wear to the surface along the edges. Very minor
       surface scratches in the center. Canvas mounted on newer stretchers.

1039   Claire Ruby (20th century- American)
       Meadow Geese, signed lower right: Ruby, oil on canvas, 30'' x 40'', est:$2000/3000.
       Provenance: Richard Thompson Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Private Collection, San
       Clemente, CA, acquired from the above, 1986
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.

1040   Tom Lovell (1909-1997 Santa Fe, NM)
       Christmas Day, Also titled ''Winter Holiday'', depicting ice skaters in a winter river
       landscape, signed and dated lower right: Tom Lovell 1975, signed again on original
       backing, gouache on board under glass, 14'' x 20.5'', est:$4000/6000. Note: Together
       with a framed lithograph reproduction of the painting, 1984, pencil signed and
       numbered lower right: Tom Lovell, A.P. 31/36. Provenance: Property from the JD
       Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Not examined out of the frame.

1041   A Walt Disney Mickey Mouse autographed sketch
       Marked to back ''Given to S Abbott 1934 / SS Lurline / August / Honolulu SF / Hawaii
       LA'', signed ''Walt Disney'', pencil on paper sketch of the head of Mickey Mouse and the
       head of Minnie Mouse, 9.5'' H x 6.25'' W, est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Property from
       the R.S.H. Trust, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Matted and framed under glass. Overall: 15.75'' x 11.5''. With very slight
       yellowing around edges. With a very minor wrinkle to top right corner. Fold running
       horizontally through center. Unexamined out of frame.



1042   A Dunbar 'Chinese' walnut dining suite
       Mid 20th century, with label ''Dunbar / Berne Indiana'', in the Chinese taste,
       comprising an extension table, a pair of armchairs, and six side chairs, 9 pcs; the table
       open, 28.25'' H x 87.75'' W x 42'' D, est:$1000/2000. Provenance: Property from the
       JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: The table closed: 29.25'' x 54'' x 42''. Armchair: height of back: 35.5'', height
       of seat: 18'', width: 24'', width of seat: 20.5'', depth: 26.5'', depth of seat: 18.5''. Side
       chair: height of back: 35.5'', height of seat: 18'', width: 20.25'', width of seat: 20.5'',
       depth: 25'', depth of seat: 17.5''. Good condition overall. The table slightly faded.
       General light marks and scratches commensurate with age and use. With a few marks
       to finish. Extension mechanism works smoothly. Chairs with some light fading and
       wear to crestrails. Some light staining to upholstery of seats. Seats quite hard. Some
       dog chew marks to a few legs, one side chair in particular.

1043   A Pairpoint 'Puffy' table lamp, roses
       The underside of base marked ''Pairpoint MFG. Co / P / B3016'', the shade apparently
       unmarked, the lobed shade decorated overall with red roses on a lattice and scrollwork
       ground over a double socked base with square spreading stem over a square base,
       electrified; overall, 19.5'' H x 14.5'' Dia., est:$1000/1500. Literature: This model shade
       is illustrated E. and S. Malakoff. ''Pairpoint'', West Chester, PA: 1990, p. 97
       Condition: Height of shade: 6.5''. Shade with some light marks and scratches. Metallic
       discoloration to shade where arms rest. With a few small chipped losses to outside of
       shade. Base with a dark brown patina to surface. Dirt accumulation overall, particularly
       in crevices. Wiring should be checked by a qualified electrician prior to use.
1044   A pair of Lalique 'Bird & Fern' art glass bowls
       Each signed ''Lalique France'', decorated with finches amidst scrolling ferns, 3.75'' H x
       9.25'' Dia., est:$1000/1500. Literature: Literature: This model is illustrated in Percy,
       Christopher Vane. 'Lalique: A Collector's Guide'. New York: Crescent, 1989, p. 59, fig.
       61. Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. General light marks and scratches. Each with
       adhesive label residue to inside of bowl.

1045   A modern three panel bevelled glass floor screen
       Probably mid-20th century, each waved arched speckled panel within a surround of
       further glazed speckled slips, set in a silvered wood frame; each panel, 78'' H x 17.5'' W,
       est:$600/900. Provenance: The Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. General light marks and scratches. Hinges with
       some wear and rubbing.




1046   Withdrawn


1047   A Moorish inlaid parquetry hardwood games table
       Late 19th/20th century, the rectangular hinged fold over top centrally inlaid with a pair
       of scalloped medallions within a densely inlaid geometric field, opening to a green
       baize-lined playing surface within a geometric and foliate scroll border above a shaped
       frieze, on octagonal legs over a plinth base on bracket feet; closed, 31.5'' H x 39.5'' W x
       20'' D, est:$1000/2000
       Condition: open: 40''. Structurally sound. General marks, nicks and scratches to surface
       overall. With some typical lifting, losses, patched repair and overpainted restoration to
       inlay commensurate with age and use. Minor losses to timber at edge of top - one side
       with a 5'' loss. Baize faded and cracked in center. Swivel mechanism works well. With a
       shrinkage crack to base, as visible in photo. Some wear, fading and dirt accumulation
       to base.

1048   A pair of Syrian inlaid hardwood armchairs
       20th century, each with arched stepped crestrail centering a geometric medallion over
       horseshoe-form arms and spindle back above bracket legs with central Moorish arch,
       with overall geometric inlay, 35'' H x 26.5'' W x 24.5'' D, est:$500/700
       Condition: Height of seat: 17.5'', width of seat: 18'': depth of seat: 18.5''. Blond
       hardwood inlaid with bone and darker hardwoods. Nicely made. General light marks
       and scratches overall. With some minor lifting to timber and inlay. Some darkening to
       bone inlay elements. With minor areas of inpainted restoration.

1049   Charles Warren Eaton (1857-1937 New York, NY)
       Farm in a landscape at sunset, signed lower right: Chas Warren Eaton, watercolor on
       paper mounted to artist's board under glass, paper size, 8'' x 10.5'', est:$700/1000.
       Provenance: Residence, Altadena, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with some toning to the paper and a tiny
       surface abrasion along the left center edge. Watercolor paper wrapped around a board
       apparently by the artist. Not examined out of the frame.
1050   Alice H. French (1864-1941 Stockbridge, MA)
       Van Rensselaer House, Williams College, Williamstown, MA, signed and dated lower
       right: A.H. French 1914, oil on board, 11.25'' x 18'', est:$2000/3000. Note: The Van
       Rensselaer House stood on the current site of Williams College's Sawyer Library. The
       original house was built by Stephen Van Rensselaer in 1765. After the Van Rensselaer
       family no longer lived there, the house was dismantled and largely reconstructed on a
       new site in 1895 to make room for the New York Central Railroad. For almost 80 years
       it was the Sigma Phi fraternity house at Williams College and then was converted to
       general college housing before it was razed in 1973. Provenance: Private Collection,
       Massachusetts
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with some very minor warping to the
       board and a few tiny spots of paint loss in the trees in the left and right center
       quadrants. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.

1051   Claude Wallace Woodruff (1884- Pittsburgh, PA)
       The Wooden Pump, Depicting a blue jay near a water pump in a sunlit winter village
       landscape, signed and dated lower right: C.W. Woodruff 46, titled verso, oil on
       masonite, 30'' x 36'', est:$500/800. Provenance: Private Collection, Perris, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.


1052   William P. Silva (1859-1948 Carmel, CA)
       Poplars - Etaples, France, signed lower left: Silva, titled on artist's label affixed verso,
       oil on canvas board, 15'' x 12'', est:$700/1000
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: A dime-sized spot and other
       scattered spots and dots of touch-up in the trees in the upper center quadrant and in
       the sky in the left center quadrant.




1053   Ralph Holmes (1876-1963 San Luis Obispo, CA)
       Eucalyptus trees in a landscape, signed lower right: Ralph Holmes, oil on canvas, 20'' x
       16'', est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Private Collection, Reno, NV
       Condition:




1054   William Hamilton (active 1930s- Los Angeles, CA)
       Sunlit hills, signed lower center: William Hamilton, oil on canvas, 24'' x 34'',
       est:$700/900. Provenance: Private Collection, Sierra Madre, CA
       Condition: Visual: Craquelure throughout with areas of instability and losses on the
       hills in the upper left quadrant and in the right center quadrant with a few other
       scattered spots of loss throughout. Blacklight: A 2'' x 1 1/2'' area of touch-up with a
       corresponding verso patch in the lower center quadrant. An approximately 2 1/2'' x 5''
       area that fluoresces on the upper mountain ridge in the upper left quadrant but this is
       presumed to be in the hand of the artist.

1055   John Anthony Conner (1892-1971 Eagle Rock, CA)
       Tujunga Canyon - near Sunland California, Depicting a mountain landscape, signed
       lower right: John Anthony Conner, oil on canvas, 24'' x 30'', est:$700/900
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with scattered, stable craquelure and
       stretcher bar creases. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.
1056   DeWitt Parshall N.A. (1864-1956 Santa Barbara, CA)
       Near Grand View, Depicting a view of the Grand Canyon, unsigned, inscribed and
       dated verso: Gd. View Nov 9 /18, tempera on board, 10'' x 12'', est:$500/700. Note:
       Inscribed and signed verso by Douglass Parshall: This painting, unsigned, was executed
       by my father, De Witt Parshall N.A. about 1915. With indistinct notations from the
       artist in graphite verso. Provenance: Cowie Galleries, Michigan (see label verso); the
       Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Visual: Some craquelure in the upper right quadrant. Discolored varnish.
       Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.

1057   James G. Swinnerton (1875-1974 Palm Springs, CA)
       Desert landscape, signed lower right: Swinnerton, oil on canvas board, 12'' x 16'',
       est:$1000/2000. Provenance: The Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.



1058   Joane Cromwell (1895-1969 Laguna Beach, CA)
       Desert Springtime near Palm Springs, signed lower right: Joane Cromwell, signed
       again and titled verso, oil on canvas board, 9'' x 12'', est:$700/1000. Note: The painting
       retains its original cactus wood frame. Provenance: The Victor Hugo Inn, Laguna
       Beach, CA; Private Collection, California, acquired from the above; by descent in the
       family to the present owner
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.

1059   Joane Cromwell (1895-1969 Laguna Beach, CA)
       When Sunset Colors the Mountains, signed lower left: Joane Cromwell, signed again
       and titled on an artist's label affixed verso, titled again verso, oil on canvas board, 12'' x
       16'', est:$700/1000. Provenance: The Victor Hugo Inn, Laguna Beach, CA; Private
       Collection, Texas, acquired from the above
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Dirty. Blacklight: No evidence of
       restoration under blacklight.

1060   Anton Gutknecht (1907-1988 Palm Springs, CA)
       A boat on a pond in a landscape, signed lower right: Anton Gutknecht, oil on canvas,
       24'' x 48'', est:$700/1000
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with minor drips on the surface in the
       upper center quadrant. Dirty. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.

1061   Anton Gutknecht (1907-1988 Palm Springs, CA)
       Winter landscape, signed lower right: Anton Gutknecht, oil on canvas, 24'' x 48'',
       est:$600/800
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Dirty. Blacklight: No evidence of
       restoration under blacklight.

1062   Anton Gutknecht (1907-1988 Palm Springs, CA)
       Spring landscape, signed lower right: Anton Gutknecht, oil on canvas, 24'' x 48'',
       est:$600/800
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Dirty. Blacklight: No evidence of
       restoration under blacklight.

1063   Aaron Kilpatrick (1872-1953 Eagle Rock, CA)
       California Coast, circa 1924, signed lower right: Aaron Kilpatrick, oil on canvas, 14'' x
       18'', est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Private Collection, New York, NY
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: Some minor spots of touch-up
       in the sky and on the water in the center quadrant. An area of touch-up in the upper
       right corner in the sky.
1064   Aaron Kilpatrick (1872-1953 Eagle Rock, CA)
       Breaking Waves, circa 1924, signed lower right: Aaron Kilpatrick, oil on canvas, 14'' x
       18'', est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Private Collection, New York, NY
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with minor, stable craquelure throughout.
       Canvas is loose on the stretcher. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under
       blacklight.


1065   Leon Lundmark (1875-1942 Altadena, CA)
       Waves crashing on a rocky shore, signed lower right: Lundmark, oil on canvas, 28'' x
       36'', est:$1000/2000. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.



1066   Hernando G. Villa (1881-1952 Los Angeles, CA)
       Sail ship in moderate seas, signed lower right: Hernando Villa, mixed media on paper
       under glass, sight size, 28.5'' x 18.5'', est:$1500/2000. Provenance: Hunter Ryan
       Western Trading Post & Gallery, Austin, TX; Private Collection, Austin, TX
       Condition: Visual: Two vertical surface scratches in the clouds in the upper center
       quadrant. Otherwise generally good condition with no evidence of staining, foxing or
       tears. Not examined out of the frame.




1067   Hernando G. Villa (1881-1952 Los Angeles, CA)
       Seaside house, signed and dated lower left: Hernando Villa 42, mixed media on paper
       under glass, sight size, 15'' x 9.75'', est:$700/1000. Provenance: Hunter Ryan Western
       Trading Post & Gallery, Austin, TX; Private Collection, Austin, TX
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with no evidence of foxing, staining or
       tears. Not examined out of the frame.




1068   Robert Landry (1921-1991 San Diego, CA)
       Near the docks in the rain, signed lower left: Robert Landry, watercolor on paper under
       glass, sight size, 20'' x 24'', est:$500/800. Provenance: Private Collection, Perris, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with no evidence of foxing, staining or
       tears. Not examined out of the frame.



1069   Robert Landry (1921-1991 San Diego, CA)
       Two works: figures on a rainy day and wash day, signed on each side lower left and
       lower right: Robert Landry, double-sided watercolor on paper, paper size, 14'' x 20'',
       est:$400/600
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with no evidence of foxing, staining or
       tears. Unframed.
1070   Jake Lee (1915-1991 Los Angeles, CA)
       A florist on a Los Angeles street, signed and dated lower right: Jake Lee 48, watercolor
       on paper under glass, paper size, 15.5'' x 23'', est:$1500/2500. Provenance: Private
       Collection, Livingston, NJ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with minor mat burn and a few spots of
       staining scattered throughout. Taped along the four edges and a shallow tear on the
       upper right verso corner (not extending to the front of the paper).

1071   Jake Lee (1915-1991 Los Angeles, CA)
       Winding road through trees, signed lower right: Jake Lee, watercolor on paper under
       glass, sight size, 13'' x 21'', est:$700/1000. Provenance: Private Collection, Livingston,
       NJ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with minor mat staining. No evidence of
       tears or foxing. Not examined out of the frame.

1072   Julian Ritter (1909-2000 Los Angeles, CA)
       Clown band, signed on the verso: Julian Ritter, oil on canvas board, 27.5'' x 21.5'',
       est:$500/700. Note: Newspaper clippings dated 1970 are affixed to the back of the
       board describing how the artist and two other people were rescued after their sailboat
       was lost in the Pacific Ocean for 49 days. Provenance: Private Collection, Riverside, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.




1073   A Colonial MFG Co. mahogany tall case clock
       With plaque ''Solid Mahogany / Colonial Mfg. Co. / Zeeland Mich.'', the brass and
       silvered metal dial with Arabic chapters, seconds dial and nautical phases of the moon
       dial, with Winterhalter movement, within a Federal style case with arched broken
       swans neck pediment over an arched beveled glazed door enclosing chimes, weights
       and pendulum, flanked by reeded columns, on bracket feet, 80'' H x 22.5'' W x 16'' D,
       est:$1200/1800. Provenance: Private Collection, Sierra Madre, CA
       Condition: With a dark chestnut color to timber overall. Good condition, structurally
       sound. General light marks and scratches commensurate with age. With loss of
       silvering around outside of moon phase dial. Dial somewhat crudely painted. With
       winding crank. No keys to doors. Apparently in working order - all elements to
       movement are present. Working condition is not guaranteed.
1074   A George II style green painted bureau bookcase
       First half 20th century, with double domed cornice above a pair of paneled doors
       opening to a pair of shelves over a slant front decorated with a scene of a courting
       couple, enclosing an arrangement of pigeonholes and drawers, above four long
       graduated drawers, on bracket feet, decorated overall with foliate scrolls, 77'' H x 32'' W
       x 19'' D, est:$700/900. Provenance: Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. Structurally sound. General marks, nicks and
       scratches commensurate with age and use. With some rubbing and faux craquelure to
       surface to imitate age. Minor losses to painted decoration. Minor areas of overpainted
       restoration. Hardware darkened. One key.




1075   Victorian Rococo Revival grain-painted side table
       Circa 1870, the serpentine variegated white marble top above a conforming paneled
       frieze above cabriole legs joined by a waved X stretcher centered by a tazza finial,
       34.75'' H x 45'' W x 18'' D, est:$500/800
       Condition: Structurally sound. Nicely made. General marks and scratches
       commensurate with age and use. Slight yellowing and spotty dirt accumulation to
       marble. Light wear to feet.

1076   Federal style inlaid mahogany secretary bookcase
       20th century, bearing two labels ''Maddox Colonial Reproductions/Jamestown, NY'',
       the rectangular cornice above a pair of glazed mullioned doors enclosing two shelves,
       above a pair of tambour doors enclosing drawers, pigeon holes and letter slots, over a
       fold-out writing surface and a pair of drawers, on square tapering legs, 71.5'' H x 36'' W
       x 19'' D, est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Pasadena,
       CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. Nicely made. With a reddish brown color to timber
       overall. General light marks and scratches commensurate with age and use. With some
       fine speckled white paint to right side, should clean off easily. Marks and loss of finish
       to top of fold out writing surface. No key.




1077   Late Federal mahogany drop leaf dining table
       Second quarter 19th century, with two D-ends, each with a line-inlaid frieze, with
       hinged flap to back, above turned reeded legs ending in ball feet; each section open, 29''
       H x 46.25'' W x 39.25'' D, est:$600/900
       Condition: Structurally sound. Refinished. Tops re-set. With plugged holes to tops as a
       result - larger, more obvious plugs to one top. General light marks and scratches to
       surfaces commensurate with age and use. Some nicked losses to tops. Gate leg support
       to one end spliced. With repaired cracking to friezes. Some well-restored shrinkage
       cracking to friezes. Minor areas of overpainted restoration overall. With securing clips.

1078   A shadow box trophy of a pair of prairie grouse
       Late 19th/early 20th century, with painted landscape background, in an oak frame,
       31.5'' H x 42.5'' W x 7'' D, est:$400/600. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust,
       Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Taxidermied figures within a glazed bubble panel. Good condition overall.
       With little dirt accumulation or fading. With rubbing to gilt border of frame.
1079   Matthew Seutter ''Novus Oribs Sive America'' map
       Probably circa 1730 and restored, Austria, hand colored engraving, framed under glass,
       22.75'' H x 26'' W, est:$800/1200
       Condition: Overall: 24.75'' x 28''. Probably restored, as stated. Now mounted on
       cardboard backing. With some losses to edges of paper. Fading overall, particularly to
       upper left hand corner. With light staining. Colored outlines and areas somewhat
       clumsily re-done. Frame in overall good condition with general light marks and
       scratches.

1080   American molded copper full body cow weather vane
       19th century, New England, naturalistically modeled standing foursquare, on a rod,
       with directional mount; overall, 26'' H x 40.5'' W x 7.5'' D, est:$6000/9000.
       Provenance: By descent from a Massachusetts Family to the present owner. Property of
       a Private Collector, Santa Barbara, CA
       Condition: With a typical yellow and verdigris patinated finish overall. Typical marks,
       scratches and weathering commensurate with age. With six scattered patched bullet
       holes to both sides of body. Back seam probably re-soldered. Probably re-mounted on
       rod, or rod replaced.

1081   A Chippendale style mahogany partner's desk
       20th century, the rounded rectangular top above a frieze drawer flanked by two banks
       of two drawers, over a kneehole, on cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet, 29'' H x
       53'' W x 33'' D, est:$1000/1500
       Condition: Structurally sound. General marks, nicks scratches and fading,
       commensurate with age and use. With two 5'' gouges to top on one side. Other side with
       a 12'' mark to finish running opposite direction. With other scattered marks to top.
       Drawers on right side of knee hole to each side work. Some wear to feet. No key.

1082   A Jones, Ball & Co Boston coin silver coffeepot
       Marked ''Boston / Jones, Ball & Co / Pure Coin'', of typical form decorated overall with
       strawberry vines, the hinged lid with a strawberry cluster finial, 10'' H x 10'' W x 4.25''
       D, 29 oz, est:$600/900
       Condition: General marks, scratches and tarnishing to surface overall. With polish
       residue to crevices. Handle with losses to insulators and securing pins- slightly loose,
       would benefit from securing. A few very minor dings to body.



1083   A Ball, Black & Co New York coin silver pitcher
       Marked ''Ball, Black & Co / N. York / E&S'', the rubbled spout issuing a grapevine
       handle over a baluster body decorated overall with flowering acanthus, on a circular
       spreading base, engraved ''S. T. W. / from her Mother / March 2, 1854'', 14'' H x 6'' W x
       6'' D, 34 oz, est:$700/1000
       Condition: Good overall condition. Very nicely made. Very finely decorated. General
       marks, scratches, rubbing and tarnishing to surface commensurate with age and use.
       With polish residue in crevices. Pitcher leans from base slightly to the left. With a few
       minor dings and depressions to body, depressions could be the result of deep relief
       decoration. Some minor spotting to surface.
1084   A Tiffany & Co. sterling silver cylinder vase
       First half 20th century, marked ''Tiffany & Co. / 18172 A Makers 3518 / Sterling Silver
       / 925 - 1000 / M'', of slightly waisted form, decorated overall with Chinese
       chrysanthemums, 13.75'' H x 5.25'' Dia., 45 oz, est:$1000/1500
       Condition: Good condition overall. Decoration very nicely executed. Very light marks,
       and scratches to surface commensurate with age. With some minor tarnishing to
       surface. Tarnishing to incised crevices create depth.




1085   Assembled set Tiffany sterling candy nut dishes
       First half 20th century, variously marked ''Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling'' and with
       pattern numbers, comprising one large and six small stylized leaf-form footed dishes
       and a larger oval footed dish with pierced handle, variously monogrammed ''SFM'', 8
       pcs; the largest, 1.5'' H x 10.75'' W x 7'' D, 24 oz tw approximately, est:$500/800
       Condition: Good condition overall. Light marks, scratches and tarnishing
       commensurate with age and use.

1086   A Tiffany & Co. sterling silver trumpet vase
       First half 20th century, marked ''Tiffany & Co. / 16051 B Makers 4817 / Sterling Silver
       / 925 - 1000 / M'', the scalloped rim tapering to a narrow reeded stem over a circular
       base, 16'' H x 7.5'' Dia., 20 oz, est:$600/900
       Condition: General very light marks and scratches to surface. Rim slightly dented in
       and misshapen to one side. With a small ding around same area.




1087   A Shreve & Co. sterling silver trumpet vase
       20th century, marked ''Shreve & Co / Sterling / San Francisco / Base Loaded / 7663'',
       with waved rim over a floral and foliate-decorated body, above a similarly decorated
       base, 16'' H x 6.75'' Dia., est:$500/700
       Condition: Good condition overall. General light marks and scratches to surface.
1088   A moderne sterling flatware service for twelve
       Mid-20th century, possibly Mexican or Native American, marked ''Sterling'', part
       service for twelve comprising: 12 dinner forks (6.5''), 12 dessert/salad forks (6''), 12
       teaspoons (5.25''), 12 soup spoons (6''), 2 tablespoons (the larger 8.25''), pair of salad
       servers (the fork 8.25''), 52 pcs, 92 oz tw approximately, est:$2000/4000. Provenance:
       Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Good overall condition. Good weight. General light marks, scratches and
       tarnishing to surfaces. Would benefit from polishing. Not monogrammed.

1089   Three S. Kirk & Son sterling silver floral bowls
       20th century, all marked ''S. Kirk & Son/ Sterling'', each with flared rim over a tapering
       body and footed base, one marked ''Four Seasons/ #28'', decorated with blossoming
       branches, blooming flowers, wheat sheaths and holly branches (3.75'' x 9''); another
       marked "Dogwood/ #170'', decorated with dogwood sprays (4'' x 8''); the third marked
       ''Camellias/ #28'', decorated with a central spray of camellias (2.75'' x 12''), 3 pcs, 79 oz
       tw approximately, est:$600/900. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise
       Valley, AZ
       Condition: Good overall condition. Decoration well executed. General light marks,
       scratches and tarnishing to surface overall.

1090   A Gorham four piece sterling coffee tea service
       1980-81, with maker's marks and further marked ''Sterling'' and date codes, comprising
       a teapot (9'' x 9.25'' x 5''), a coffeepot (11'' x 9.5'' x 5.25''), a cream jug (5.75'' x 4.5'' x
       3.25'') and a covered sugar bowl (6.25'' x 6.5'' x 4.25''), each piece of typical form with
       downswept scrolling handles, 4 pcs, 60 oz tw approximately, est:$600/800.
       Provenance: Private Collection, Sierra Madre, CA
       Condition: Good overall condition. With light marks and scratches to surface. With
       some polish residue in crevices. Not monogrammed.

1091   A Gorham sterling and etched glass fuchsia vase
       Dated 1912, with maker's marks and further marked ''Sterling 4421 D'', the tapering
       glass vase etched overall with fuchsia sprays within a similarly decorated sterling base,
       monogrammed ''R.G.N.'', 17'' H x 8'' Dia., 21 oz, est:$1000/1500
       Condition: Good condition overall. Decoration to vase nicely executed. General light
       marks and scratches to surface commensurate with age. With a slight dent to side of
       base, not particularly noticeable.




1092   An Osaki moderne sterling flatware service
       Mid-20th century, marked ''Osaki Hand-Wrought Sterling'', part service for twelve
       comprising: 12 dinner forks (7.25''), 12 dinner knives (8.75''), 10 dessert/salad forks
       (6.5''), 12 iced tea spoons (7.75''), 12 teaspoons (6''), 12 bouillon spoons (5.75''), 12
       cocktail forks (5.25''), 12 soup spoons (6.75''), 12 demitasse spoons (4.25''), 2
       tablespoons (8.75''), 2 buffet forks (8.75''), 1 potato/lettuce fork (8.5''), 7 butter
       spreaders (6''), monogrammed ''DD'', 118 pcs, 170 oz tw approximately,
       est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Good overall condition. General light marks, scratches and rubbing
       commensurate with age and use. With some spotty tarnishing to some pieces overall.
1093   A Persian standard silver table box
       20th century, with lion and saber mark and further marked ''84'' and ''Partieh'', square,
       with hinged lid over a conforming case engraved overall with stylized figural, animal
       and foliate Safavid decoration, on short bracket feet, 1.25'' H x 5.5'' W x 5.5'' D, 18 oz,
       est:$400/600. Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. With light marks, scratches and tarnishing to
       surface.

1094   A Persian Kashan (?) woolen prayer carpet rug
       Late 20th century, central Mirab with all over floral design, cobalt on ivory field, hand
       knotted woolen pile on cotton foundation, 4'7" W x 6'10" D, est:$1000/1500.
       Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. Losses to fringe borders.

1095   A Persian Kashan (?) rug woolen carpet rug
       Circa 1920s, with all over floral decoration on an ivory field, with repeating botha, 5' W
       x 3'3'' D, est:$600/900
       Condition: Soiled, needs cleaning. Some wear to fringe. Even pile.


1096   A Persian Kashan woolen carpet rug
       Second half 20th century, with central diamond medallion within a red field and cobalt
       border, with overall floral decoration, 12' W x 9' D, est:$1500/2000
       Condition: Good condition overall.



1097   A Chinese Peking style woolen carpet rug
       The cobalt field with a phoenix above flowering branches on a rockwork base, 9' W x 6'
       D, est:$1200/1800
       Condition: Good condition overall. Slightly oxidized.




1098   A Caucasian woolen carpet rug
       First quarter 20th century, with double cobalt diamond medallions within a red ground
       and cobalt border, with overall floral and geometric decoration, 7' 9'' W x 4' 11'' D,
       est:$2000/3000
       Condition: Good condition. With some older well executed repairs including one to
       center 4'' x 14''.

1099   An Indo Persian room size carpet rug
       First quarter 20th century, with a red field with overall foliate decoration, with floral
       cobalt border, 21' 6'' W x 12' D, est:$2000/3000
       Condition: Showing low areas of wear throughout including a line of wear to center.
       Minor older restorations.
1100   A Turkish Ushak woolen carpet rug
       First quarter 20th century, with overall geometric design on a salmon and orange
       ground, 12' 2'' W x 9' 11'' D, est:$3000/5000
       Condition: Older minor repairs. Even wear. Uneven fading to one side. Minor staining -
       all commensurate with age.


1101   A Persian Sarouk woolen carpet rug
       Modern, with label ''Made in Iran/Wool/Knitted'', with overall floral spandrels on an
       ivory ground within a red border, 11' 6'' W x 7' 9'' D, est:$1000/2000
       Condition: Good overall condition.


1102   A Spanish Loop woolen carpet rug
       Modern, with label ''Made in Spain'', with checkered field with foliate sprays, 16' 8'' W x
       12' D, est:$1000/1500
       Condition: With overall light wear. Colors vibrant.


1103   An Indian Agra cotton carpet rug
       Mid-20th century, with central medallion within overall stylized foliate surround in
       blue, red and cream, 17' W x 7' 3'' D, est:$1000/2000
       Condition: Older well executed repairs to border areas. Even pile. Local moth grazing
       near central medallion. Some staining in areas. Fading. Staining to back.

1104   Nicholas S. Firfires (1917-1990 Montecito, CA)
       Under the Sycamores, Depicting riders in a summer Southwest landscape, signed and
       dated lower left: Nicholas S. Firfires 1967, titled and numbered on an artist's label
       affixed to the stretcher: no. 301, oil on canvas, 24'' x 30'', est:$2500/3500. Provenance:
       Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with four spots of paint loss in the trees in
       the upper portion of the canvas and a small spot of loss with some further instability to
       the paint to the right of the right horse. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under
       blacklight.

1105   Nicholas S. Firfires (1917-1990 Montecito, CA)
       Winter Range, Depicting riders in a winter Southwest landscape, signed and dated
       lower right: Nicholas Firfires 1969, titled and numbered on an artist's label affixed to
       the stretcher: no. 351, oil on canvas, 18'' x 24'', est:$2500/3500. Provenance: Property
       from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.

1106   Ray Swanson (1937-2004 Carefree, AZ)
       Sheepherder at Chilchinbeto, signed and dated lower right: Ray Swanson 74, signed
       again titled and numbered verso: 74027, oil on masonite, 8'' x 10'', est:$3000/4000.
       Note: Together with the book: T. O'Keefe, ''The Art of Ray Swanson: Celebrating People
       and Lifestyles'', Carefree, AZ, 1994. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise
       Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.

1107   Nicholas S. Firfires (1917-1990 Montecito, CA)
       The Sorrel Bronk, Depicting a bronco rider, signed and dated lower left: Nicholas
       Firfires 1970 CA, titled and numbered on an artist's label affixed to the stretcher: no.
       382, oil on canvas, 8'' x 10'', est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust,
       Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.
1108   Nicholas S. Firfires (1917-1990 Montecito, CA)
       Cutting the Gather, Depicting cowboys rounding up a herd of cattle, signed lower left:
       Nicholas Firfires, titled and numbered on an artist's label affixed to the stretcher: no.
       180, oil on canvas, 28'' x 44'', est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Property from The JD
       Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with vertical craquelure and an area of
       instability and a spot of paint loss in the upper center quadrant. Blacklight: No evidence
       of restoration under blacklight.

1109   Robert Kennedy Abbett (1926-* Bridgewater, CT)
       Mare and colt in an Arizona landscape, signed lower left: Abbett, oil on masonite, 24'' x
       30'', est:$3000/4000. Provenance: Property from The JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.



1110   Harold H. Betts (1881-1951 Chicago, IL)
       Indian rider and horse, signed lower right: H.H. Betts, oil on canvas under glass, 30'' x
       36'', est:$1500/2000. Note: Together with a copy of an undated letter from the artist's
       mother, Jane Betts, to an unnamed friend that loaned her money. Mrs. Betts discusses
       the artist's work securing art commissions. Provenance: Private Collection, Sierra
       Madre, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with a very minor pin hole in the upper left
       quadrant and a tiny tear in the lower right quadrant. Blacklight: No evidence of
       restoration under blacklight.

1111   Harley Brown (1939-* Calgary, Alberta)
       Powderface Stony, Depicting a portrait of an American Indian wearing a claw necklace,
       signed and titled lower right: Harley Brown, pastel on paper under glass, paper size,
       25'' x 19'', est:$2500/3500. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley,
       AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with minor toning and mat burn. Minor
       handling creases. Glued to a cardboard backing in the four corners.




1112   Harley Brown (1939-* Calgary, Alberta)
       Bearspaw Stony, Depicting a portrait of an American Indian, signed and titled lower
       right: Harley Brown, pastel on paper under glass, paper size, 25'' x 19'',
       est:$2500/3500. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with minor toning and mat burn. Minor
       handling creases. Glued to a cardboard backing in the four corners.
1113   Beatrice Howie Mackey (1877-1953 Montana)
       Portrait of an Indian Brave in a beaded deerskin jacket, signed and indistinctly dated
       lower right: Beatrice Howie Mackey 1900, oil on canvas laid to canvas, 34'' x 22'',
       est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dale Beebe, West
       Hollywood, CA
       Condition: Visual: A 2 1/2'' vertical tear in the upper center quadrant. Tacking edges
       removed and some minor losses along the original canvas edge. The original canvas not
       laid down evenly to the board. Dirty. Blacklight: A 7'' x 5'' scattered area of touch-up to
       address a T-shaped stabilized tear in the center on the figure's hair and touch-up on a
       1'' C-shaped tear in the right center quadrant.




1114   Early 20th century American portrait of an Indian
       Unsigned, depicting a figure in a blue shawl, oil on canvas, 24'' H x 20'' W,
       est:$800/1200. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dale Beebe, West Hollywood,
       CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with a horizontal crease across the center
       of the painting (presumably had been folded) and stretcher bar creases. Dirty.
       Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.




1115   Joe De Yong (1894-1975 Los Angeles, CA)
       Indians making a fire, signed lower right: Joe De Yong, watercolor on paper under
       glass, sight size: 13.25'' x 10'', est:$600/800. Provenance: Private Collection, Wilson,
       WY
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with minor toning and some staining to
       the paper. Not examined out of the frame.




1116   Earl G. Hammock (1896-1971 Arizona)
       1st Prize, Two Gray Hills Rug, Depicting an American Indian crafts display, signed
       lower right: Earl G. Hammock, oil on masonite, 37.5'' x 38'', est:$1000/2000.
       Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration
       under blacklight.



1117   Terry J. Murphy bronze Native American brave
       Dated ''87'', signed ''Terry J. Murphy / edition 2/24'', patinated bronze bust of a brave
       on a rectangular spreading wooden base; overall, 21 H x 2 W x 11.5 D, est:$1500/2000
       Condition: The bust: 25'' x 21'' x 11.5''. Good overall condition. General light marks and
       scratches to surface. With whitening to tips of feathers on shield, as visible in photo.
1118   Terry J. Murphy bronze 'Freedom', Mountain Man
       Dated ''85'', signed ''Terry J. Murphy'' and titled ''Freedom'', depicting a mountain man
       releasing an eagle, over a plinth base; overall, 37 H x 38.75 W x 14 D x 11 Dia.,
       est:$600/900
       Condition: The figure: 37'' x 14'' x 11''. Good overall condition. General light marks and
       scratches to surface.




1119   Hernando G. Villa (1881-1952 Los Angeles, CA)
       Kill Your Thirst Saloon - western street scene with figures and stagecoach, signed and
       dated lower left: Hernando G. Villa 11/32, mixed media on craft paper under glass,
       sight size: 24'' x 18'', est:$1000/2000. Provenance: John A. Williams, Agent-Owner of
       the ''Hernando G. Villa Art Exhibit'', Westmorland, CA, n.d. (see label verso)
       Condition: Visual: Upper right and lower left extreme corners have been repaired. A 1''
       vertical repaired tear in the upper left corner. Artist pinholes visible in the corners. A
       few creases in paper. Apparent toning to the paper. Not examined out of the frame.



1120   Hernando G. Villa (1881-1952 Los Angeles, CA)
       Pirates unloading treasure, signed and indistinctly dated lower left: Hernando G. Villa
       **, mixed media on paper under glass, sight size: 24'' x 18'', est:$1200/1800.
       Provenance: Hunter Ryan Western Trading Post & Gallery, Austin, TX; Private
       Collection, Austin, TX
       Condition: Visual: Some very minor handling creases evident along the extreme edges
       and in the lower right corner. Mild toning to the paper. No evidence of foxing or tears.
       Not examined out of the frame.



1121   Dorothy Sklar (1906-1996 Los Angeles, CA)
       Street Vendors, signed lower right: Dorothy Sklar, signed again and titled verso, titled
       again on an artist's label affixed to the frame, mixed media on masonite, 24'' x 36'',
       est:$1500/2500. Provenance: Private Collection, Crestline, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with a minor spot of loss in the upper
       center quadrant and some minor oxidized paint in the dark pigments in the center
       around the figures. Some minor frame abrasion along the edges. Blacklight: No
       evidence of restoration under blacklight.

1122   H. Arden Edwards (1884-1953 Lancaster, CA)
       Pueblo de Mitla, Mitla, Mexico, Depicting figures and ox cart on a road with cacti and
       clouds, signed, inscribed and dated lower left: H. Arden Edwards Mitla Mexico 42,
       inscribed with title on an artist's label affixed to the board's margin, gouache on board
       under glass, 32'' x 24'', est:$700/1000. Provenance: Private Collection, Alhambra, CA,
       acquired directly from the artist's family, early 1960s; given in the family to the present
       owner
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with no evidence of foxing, staining and
       tears. Not examined out of the frame.
1123   Francisco Zuniga (1912-1998 Mexican)
       Cuatro Figuras, signed and dated in pencil lower left: Zga 72, inscribed in pencil lower
       center: To Voarhees Mount, with publisher's blind stamp lower left, lithograph on
       paper under glass, paper size, 16.25'' x 22.25'', est:$800/1200. Edition: ed. of 100.
       Literature: Brewster, 3. Note: Editions Press, San Francisco, CA, pub. Provenance:
       Estate, Claremont, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Affixed floating in the frame in the four
       corners.

1124   Francisco Zuniga (1912-1998 Mexican)
       Rostro con Manos, signed and dated in pencil lower left: Zga 1976, numbered in pencil
       lower left: 6/16, publisher's blind stamp lower right: Kyron, lithograph on paper under
       glass, paper size, 16.5'' x 13'', est:$600/800. Edition: ed. of 16. Literature: Brewster, 23.
       Note: Kyron, S.A., Mexico, D.F., pub. Provenance: Estate, Claremont, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with mild mat staining along the extreme
       edges. Affixed to the front of the mat in the four corners.




1125   Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952 )
       Canyon de Chelly - Navaho, 1904, signed in the image lower left: Curtis, orotone , 8'' x
       10'', est:$800/1200. Note: The photograph retains the original Curtis studio frame and
       is together with the book: A.D. Coleman & T.C. McLuhan, ''Portraits from North
       American Indian Life: Edward S. Curtis'', New York, 1972. Provenance: Property from
       the Estate of Dale Beebe, West Hollywood, CA
       Condition: Visual: Glass cracked in the upper right corner of the sky: 3'' W x 2'' H.
       Otherwise in generally good condition.

1126   Native American sterling & turquoise concho belt
       Probably mid-20th century, with ten sterling silver oval conchos each set one free-form
       shape turquoise stone in a spoke design with leather belt. The Concho belt weight
       approximately 576 grams, combined weight, 38'' H x 2.5'' W, est:$500/800.
       Provenance: Property from The JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: The oval conchos: 3.25'' x 2.5''. Overall very good, shows very little wear.
       Typical tarnishing overall.

1127   A Kenneth Begay sterling Rolex bracelet watch
       Circa 1937, sterling silver bracelet stamped "Hand Made" White Hogan and "K.B." the
       Rolex Oyster Perpetual model no. 6618, white dial, serial no. 112593, weight of cuff
       without watch approximately 77 grams, watch appears in running condition, ,
       est:$300/500. Provenance: Property from The JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Overall good, shows minor wear. Back sliding panel securing watch into
       setting difficult to move. Watch appears in running condition. Working condition not
       guaranteed.


1128   Group Native American jewelry Hopi snake dancer
       An assortment of American Indian jewelry; including a Navajo squash blossom
       necklace (24''), two silver and turquoise Navajo bracelets, one Navajo turquoise and
       silver hairclip, one Zuni bracelet (2.5''), one Hopi, turquoise, jet and coral dancer
       bracelet (2.5''), 6 pcs, , est:$500/700. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dale
       Beebe, West Hollywood, CA
       Condition: Single stone bracelet signed with initials ''AWE''. Good condition overall.
       With typical marks, scratches and tarnishing.
1129   Native American squash blossom sterling suite
       Twelve blossom with each containing one free-form shape sea foam turquoise varying
       in length from approximately 11 mm to 24mm, the Naja containing six free-form sea
       foam turquoise, the necklace weighing approximately 381 grams combined weight,
       together with a pair of clip back earrings and matching cuff bracelet. The bracelet
       weighing approximately 68 grams combined weight, , est:$800/1200. Provenance:
       Property from The JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Overall very good, shows very little wear.

1130   A youth size pair of stove pipe wooly chaps
       Circa 1930s, 25'' H, est:$300/500
       Condition: One side reattached to belt.




1131   A pair of Plains beaded geometric moccasins
       Probably early 20th century, the blue field with multicolored geometric decoration,
       with tin cones with dyed horsehair tassels, 11'' W x 4'' D, est:$800/1200. Provenance:
       Property from the Estate of Dale Beebe, West Hollywood, CA
       Condition: Probably re-soled with flat hide fitted sole.



1132   A Woodlands double sided double flap beaded pouch
       Late 19th/early 20th century, with polychrome floral decoration on a velvet to both
       sides, 7'' H x 5.75'' W, est:$400/600. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dale
       Beebe, West Hollywood, CA
       Condition: Unusually good condition, with fresh, bright colors, few beads missing to
       edge.




1133   A Papago coiled storage jar with fitted lid
       Mid-20th century, decorated with stylized figures, gila monsters and turtles, 12'' H x 8''
       Dia., est:$600/900
       Condition: Top edge lip and lid both without damages or missing stitches. Body in very
       good condition.




1134   A Pomo woven basket
       Circa 1930s, oval form shallow basket of fine weave, design of stylized arrowheads,
       diamonds and crosses, 2.5'' H x 5.25'' W x 7.25'' D, est:$800/1200. Provenance:
       Property from an Estate, Temecula, CA
       Condition: Very good with no visible breaks to stitches to body or lip, would benefit
       from cleaning. With a small stain to one side approximately .75'' x .25''.

1135   Large Pima (?) basketry woven bowl
       Early 20th century, decorated overall with stylized figures, 9.5'' H x 22.75'' Dia.,
       est:$1000/1500
       Condition: Numerous areas on rim with missing stitches varying from one or two
       stitches to four or five stitches. One area of early native executed repair to rim
       graduated for approximately five rows, ranging from 8.5'' at rim to 3''. Various areas
       throughout sides of basket and bottom of basket with missing stitches.
1136   A large Pima woven basketry bowl
       Early 20th century, with overall geometric motif, 6.5'' H x 18'' Dia., est:$1000/1500.
       Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dale Beebe, West Hollywood, CA
       Condition: A few minor stitching missing to outside of body. Rim edge totally intact
       with no missing stitches.




1137   An Apache shallow basketry dish
       Early 20th century, central star design with stylized horses, figures and crosses, 1.75'' H
       x 14.5'' Dia., est:$1500/2000
       Condition: With no stitches missing from rim edge. Very good condition overall.




1138   A Navajo woolen rug
       Early 20th century, possibly part of a Moki dress, with striped X-form decoration, 4.6''
       W x 2.9'' D, est:$500/800. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dale Beebe, West
       Hollywood, CA
       Condition: Minor damage to edge seams. Fraying to one corner.

1139   A Navajo woolen rug
       Probably second quarter 20th century, with repeated serrated waves in tones of grey,
       brown, red, with orange border, 6.6'' W x 4.4'' D, est:$800/1200. Provenance: Property
       from the Estate of Dale Beebe, West Hollywood, CA
       Condition: Good overall condition. Would benefit from cleaning.

1140   A Navajo woolen rug
       Probably second quarter 20th century, with serrated diamond divide in grey, black and
       red, 6.2'' W x 4'' D, est:$700/1000. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dale
       Beebe, West Hollywood, CA
       Condition: Wear to black corners on one end. Would benefit from a light cleaning.

1141   A Navajo pictorial Storm (?) pattern woolen rug
       Mid-20th century, the gray field with central tan device and geometric designs in red,
       black and white, 6' 5'' W x 3' 9'' D, est:$800/1200. Provenance: Property from the
       Estate of Dale Beebe, West Hollywood, CA
       Condition: Bright colors, fresh condition with no visible moth damage.

1142   A Navajo Klagetoh woolen rug
       Circa 1950s-60s, hook design on border, diamond decoration, 11' 9" H x 6' 10" W,
       est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Property from The JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Sun fading to one side, visible pet stains.

1143   A Navajo Lukachakai Yei dance figures woolen rug
       Mid-20th century, double face rug, with nine stripes; depicting Yei dancing figures with
       lead fox dancer, 7' 11" H x 5' 4" W, est:$3000/5000. Provenance: Property from The JD
       Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Good overall, but showing 2-3 small pet stains.

1144   A Navajo Western Reservation woolen rug
       Mid-20th century, three elements in the center, 5' 8" H x 3' 7" W, est:$600/900.
       Provenance: Property from The JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Showing slight fading, otherwise good condition.
1145   A Navajo Coppermine Area woolen rug
       Circa 1950s-60s, double facing geometric pattern of natural woolen sheep colors: tan,
       cream, black and grey; colors of field reverse from black field to brown field verso,
       affixed tag reads: "Museum of Northern Arizona - Navajo Exhibition" "Large Natural"
       undated, 9' 9" H x 6' 4" W, est:$1000/2000. Provenance: Property from The JD Trust,
       Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Overall very good, small areas of pet stain.

1146   A Navajo woolen transitional wearing blanket
       Early 20th century, woven on a red field with a five diamond pattern center with
       pictorial of a white horse, 5'9'' W x 4'9'' D, est:$800/1200
       Condition: Good condition, with wear commensurate with age and use. With a .5'' hole
       in red field. Damage to one end border including a V-shaped tear with some losses to
       threads. Some minor edge damage in areas.

1147   A Navajo woolen rug
       Circa 1930s-40s, with natural sheep colors of tan, cream and dark brown, with twelve
       cross design center, 6' W x 9' 10'' D, est:$1000/1500
       Condition: Would benefit from cleaning. 6'' x 1'' area of damage to brown guard border
       on one end, with some fraying. With two or three smaller areas on same end.

1148   Northwest(?) Indian polychrome figure of a puma
       Early 20th century, standing with hands to sides, on an integral circular base, 14.25'' H
       x 5'' W x 5'' D, est:$400/600. Provenance: Private collection, Mission, TX
       Condition: With typical marks, scratches and rubbing to polychrome decoration
       overall. Back of one ear broken and missing. Other ear broken off and reglued. With a
       shrinkage crack down torso. Similar crack to head. Diagonal 1.5'' gouge to chest. Some
       nicked losses to polychrome decoration. Cracking and wear to base.




1149   A San Ildefonso serpent Blue Corn bowl
       First half 20th century, signed ''Blue Corn/San Ildefonso/Pueblo'', 2.5" H x 4.5" Dia.,
       est:$600/900
       Condition: Several very small vertical marks on the medial band. Typical light marks
       and scratches commensurate with age.



1150   A San Ildefonso Maria low geometric bowl
       First half 20th century, signed 'Maria', decorated with pointed geometric design to rim,
       2.75" H x 7" Dia., est:$1000/1500
       Condition: Good overall condition. Typical light marks and scratches. With a .75'' gouge
       to underside.


1151   A San Ildefonso Marie & Julian pot
       First half 20th century, signed ''Marie & Julian'', polished blackware with geometric
       and stylized butterfly design to shoulder, 7.5'' H x 9.5'' Dia., est:$2000/3000
       Condition: One pinhead size nicked loss to lower shoulder. Typical light marks and
       scratches commensurate with age.
1152   A Large Margaret Tafoya blackware serpent pot
       Signed ''Margaret Tafoya'' (1904-2001) (Corn Blossom, Maria Margarita Tafoya) Santa
       Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, the large polished blackware pottery vessel with incised
       water serpent, 18.25'' H x 12.75'' Dia., est:$7500/10,000. Provenance: Property from
       The JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Neck: 5.5''. With various minor blemishes to neck and body as well as a
       tight hairline crack from bottom edge vertically up approximately 8''. A very small chip
       1/8'' x 1/8'' to inside edge of lip of rim. Also with two small abrasions to top edge of
       neck 1'' and 2'' which go through the glaze. With dirt accumulation to incised areas,
       would benefit from cleaning.

1153   A Navajo Klagetoh (?) woolen rug
       Circa 1930s-1940s, the tan field with dark brown, cream and red geometric decoration,
       7'5'' H x 4'5'' W, est:$700/900. Provenance: Property of a Private Colorado Collector
       Condition: Some wear, particularly at edges. Otherwise good condition overall. Would
       benefit from cleaning.

1154   A Navajo Klagetoh woolen rug
       Circa 1930s-40s, brown ground with concentric geometric patterns in cream, tan and
       brown, 7' 9'' H x 4' 1'' W, est:$800/1200. Provenance: Property of a Private Colorado
       Collector
       Condition: Some soiling to one corner in particular. Sun-faded to one side. End seam
       with some fraying to one short side.

1155   A Navajo Ganado woolen rug
       Circa 1930s-40s, grey field with a black and red serrated border; red, white and black
       serrated center X-form with reflective half-diamonds to either side, 6' 4" H x 3' 8" W,
       est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Very good condition; slight fading.

1156   A Navajo woolen rug
       Circa 1950s-60s, warm grey field and primary border. The secondary border a broad
       black band with small tan serrated diamonds. Three stacked, adjoining, concentric
       diamonds with steps and serrations dominate the center. Realistic bow and arrow
       designs in all four corners, 10' 4" H x 6' 8" W, est:$1500/2500. Provenance: Property
       from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Poor condition. Substantial insect damage on the ends, evident throughout.
       All four edges are significantly damaged due to insects.

1157   A large Navajo Teec Nos Pas woolen rug
       Circa 1950s - 60s, grey field, black border with a fine white line to the inside and tan
       geometric secondary border design, white central hooked panel with light brown
       secondary figure containing four Valero stars alternating grey and white, all with
       turquoise outline and center cross, 10' 3" H x 7' 3" W, est:$6000/8500. Exhibited:
       Museum of Northern Arizona; Navajo Exhibition, Flagstaff, AZ; undated label attached.
       Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Fine tight tapestry weave. Very good to good condition. Slight insect
       damage, intermittent breaks to selvage cord. Per Exhibition label ''Teec Nos Pos T.
       Post: Mrs. Ruth Yabany, price $1800''. With affixed first prize ribbon.

1158   A Navajo Crystal/Two Grey Hills woolen rug
       Circa 1940s-50s, large cream color central diamond lozenge shape, outlined in black,
       with stepped diamonds with stepped triangular embellishments. Stacked triangles in
       black and white at all four corners and at center. The handspun yarns in variegated
       warm grey, black and natural cream color, 15' 3" H x 7' 10" W, est:$10,000/15,000.
       Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Very good condition. Intermittent selvage breakage on sides, light soiling
       overall.
1159   A Navajo Crystal Storm pattern woolen rug
       Mid-20th century, Storm pattern in black, cream and gray with red accents. Border of
       black, stepped key design with cream outline, central black square within white serrated
       square, representing the hogan (Navajo home) with lightning leading to mountains at
       all four corners, water bugs depicted at either end, design based on H.B. Moore's
       catalog of early Crystal designs, 6' 0" H x 3' 10" W, est:$2000/3000. Provenance:
       Property from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Very good condition overall.

1160   A Navajo Crystal/Two Grey Hills woolen rug
       Circa 1960s, double diamond lozenges in light grey, cream, black and brown used in
       concentric stepped pattern, the grey field bordered by a black notched ribbon design
       with a cream outline, abstract geometric butterfly designs, shown linked and separate,
       are scattered throughout, 8' 10" H x 4' 10" W, est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Property
       from the JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Fair condition. Insect damages at outer edges; slight discoloration of cream
       color areas.

1161   A Navajo Klagetoh Ganada area woolen rug
       Mid-20th century, brown and tan field with black and cream geometric decoration, 6'
       10" H x 4' 4" W, est:$600/900. Provenance: Property from the JD Trust, Paradise
       Valley, AZ
       Condition: Significant fading to one side; also evidence of moth damage, including
       scattered areas of minor moth damage, primarily in one end of brown field. Small L-
       tear hole (.5'' x .5'') at opposite end, with another small area of moth damage at that
       end. Fine tight tapestry weave.

1162   An A. Brandt 'Ranch Oak' two cushion sofa
       Mid-20th century, the back with a pair of rectangular cushions over a similar seat,
       covered in cream wool, above a rectangular seatrail on square legs, 32.5'' H x 86'' W x
       35'' D, est:$300/500. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dorothy Moller,
       Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Height of seat: 17.5''. Width of seat: 72''. Depth of seat: 21.5''. Good
       condition overall. Structurally sound. With light marks and scratches overall. With only
       light soiling to seat cushions.

1163   An A. Brandt 'Ranch Oak' buffet vitrine cabinet
       Mid-20th century, with manufacturer's label to back, the rectangular top above two
       pairs of glazed doors enclosing a shelf, over an outset case fitted with a central bank of
       four drawers flanked on either side with a drawer over a door, 72.5'' H x 62'' W x 20'' D,
       est:$700/900. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dorothy Moller, Paradise
       Valley, AZ
       Condition: Good condition overall. Structurally sound. General light marks and
       scratches.



1164   An A. Brandt 'Ranch Oak' poker table and chairs
       Mid-20th century, with manufacturer's/retailer's label to underside, in ''Old Mission
       Ginger Brown'', the hinged octagonal top with inset leather-lined playing surface, with
       reversible gaming wells to outside edges, tilting over a gateleg trestle base, the chairs
       with arched crest above a close-nailed cowhide covered back over a saddle seat on
       square legs joined by an H-stretcher, 5 pcs; the table, 29'' H x 49'' Dia., est:$600/900.
       Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dorothy Moller, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Very good condition overall. General light marks, nicks, scratches and wear
       commensurate with age and use. Chairs: 32.5'' x 25.5'' x 23''. Height of seat: 18''. Width
       of seat: 18''. Depth of seat: 15.5''. Good condition. Hide with only light wear.
1165   An English oak spice cupboard
       Probably late 17th/early 18th century, the guilloche-carved door centered with an
       image of Christ the Good Shepherd and enclosing an arrangement of drawers and
       cubbyholes, 22'' H x 17.5'' W x 9.5'' D, est:$400/600. Provenance: Property from the
       personal collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: With metal tag to reverse ''Hal Wallis Personal Property''. With typical
       dryness and wear to surface overall. Some cracking to top. Carving to door possibly
       embellished. Escutcheon replaced. Some losses to base molding. No key.

1166   An English Charles II joined oak coffer
       Late 17th century, the rectangular quadruple paneled top over a triple paneled case
       decorated with chevrons and roundels, on stile feet, 25.5'' H x 55'' W x 21'' D,
       est:$700/1000. Provenance: The Property of a Private Collector
       Condition: Structurally sound. Generally good condition overall. With marks, scratches
       and wear commensurate with age and use.

1167   A Georgian oak Welsh dresser cupboard
       Late 18th/early 19th century, the superstructure with a rectangular cornice above three
       stepped shelves and iron hooks, over an outset base fitted with two drawers above an
       open compartment on bracket feet, 83'' H x 51.5'' W x 18.75'' D, est:$3000/4000. Note:
       This table is illustrated Architectural Digest, ''Academy Awards Collector's Edition'',
       April 1992, 'Hal Wallis: The Producer's Valley Farm', p.193. Provenance: Property from
       the personal collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: Structurally sound. With a warm nutty color to timber overall. General
       marks, nicks and scratches commensurate with age and use. Cornice molding with a
       loss to left corner near front. With a shrinkage crack running length of top of case
       restored with the insertion of a wooden fillet. Some staining to top of case. Drawer pulls
       replaced. Each drawer with plugged hole to center from former pull. Some wear and
       cracking to base, formerly with central bracket foot, now removed. No key.

1168   A Continental Gothic style carved oak settle
       Second half 19th century, the rectangular crest with tapering foliate-carved finials
       sweeping down to a carved paneled back centered by a pair of armorials, flanked by
       spiral columnar uprights, over a hinged linenfold-carved paneled box seat, 80'' H x 31''
       W x 20.5'' D, est:$1500/2500. Provenance: The Mission Inn, Riverside, CA; Property of
       a Private Altadena Collector
       Condition: Height of seat: 20.5'', width of seat: 23.5'', depth of seat: 17''. Good overall
       condition. Structurally sound. With a nutty brown color to timber. Nicely carved
       decoration. General marks, nicks and scratches, commensurate with age and use.




1169   A Continental Gothic style oak side cabinet
       20th century, the rectangular top with canted corners above a pair of paneled doors
       centering figural niches, flanked by figural term uprights, over a further pair of paneled
       doors carved with Gothic arches, enclosing a shelf, on short stile legs, 53.5'' H x 38'' W x
       23.5'' D, est:$700/1000. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Dorothy Moller,
       Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Good condition overall. Structurally sound. General marks, nicks and
       scratches. With intentionally distressed finish to imitate age. Small scattered nicked
       losses to carved elements and moldings.
1170   A group of four miniature bronze & wood cannons
       Probably late 19th century, including a pair with fluted barrels, one with stout barrel
       and caisson, an one smaller, the largest with caisson, 10.5'' H x 48'' W x 15'' D,
       est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property from the personal collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: The pair: 9'' x 30'' x 9''. The smallest: 6'' x 14.5'' x 6.5''. General marks, nicks,
       scratches and wear overall. With oxidation to metal elements. Dryness to timber. All
       seem to be lacking some elements. Fluted barrels with polish residue in crevices.
       Smallest cannon with one wheel cracked off and lacking spokes to same wheel. Would
       benefit from repair.

1171   An English marquetry maritime armorial panel
       The central coat of arms featuring three inverted crescents surmounted by a coronet
       and flanked by a lion and panther further flanked by tall masted ships with British and
       Austrian flags, 18'' H x 32'' W, est:$400/600. Provenance: Property from the personal
       collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: Decoration nicely executed. With remnants of marquetry color staining.
       With typical fading and minor loss to detail overall. General marks and scratches to
       surface. With some horizontal shrinkage cracking through panel, causing inlay to lift
       slightly. With brace bars to the reverse to counteract shrinkage. With some decoration
       to reverse, panel possibly re-used.

1172   A pair Italian blue painted & gilt pricket sticks
       Each with floriform drip pan with central pricket above an urn-form nozzle and ring-
       turned stem over a stepped based decorated with paterae, 16.5'' H x 4.25'' W x 4.25'' D,
       est:$600/900
       Condition: Probably re-decorated. With oxidation to metal elements. General marks,
       nicks and scratches to surface. With rubbing and losses to decoration revealing white
       gesso and bare wood. With visible old woodworm to underside of each. One with some
       losses due to woodworm at edge of base.



1173   A pair Italian Neoclassic giltwood pricket sticks
       Early 19th century, each with central pricket over a gadrooned drip pan and a
       spreading fluted stem above a foliate capped tripartite base with cypher ''MA'' to each
       side, on paw feet, 29.5'' H x 8'' Dia., est:$1000/1500
       Condition: Nicely carved and made. General marks, nicks, scratches and rubbing to
       surface overall. With rubbing to gilding revealing red bole and chipped losses revealing
       white gesso and bare wood in areas. Visible old woodworm and losses due to
       woodworm on bases. One drip pan with a 1.5'' x 2'' loss to edge. Cracking losses,
       replacements and overpainted restoration to feet.




1174   A Baroque giltwood figure of an angel
       Probably 18th century, Continental or Spanish Colonial, depicting an angel holding a
       floral garland, on a later black painted metal stand, redecorated, lacking legs, 25'' H x
       19'' W, est:$400/600
       Condition: Redecorated, as stated. Lacking legs around knee and ankle. With rubbing
       and chipped losses to decoration revealing red bole, white gesso and bare wood in
       areas. With inherent cracking to timber. Wings appear to have been reattached. With a
       metal brace attached to back, probably used as an architectural embellishment.
1175   Continental polychrome figure of a saint on bird
       Probably 18th century, depicting a robed figure with his right foot on the back of a bird,
       possibly St. John the Evangelist, lacking elements, 20'' H x 10'' W x 8'' D,
       est:$700/1000
       Condition: General marks, nicks, scratches, wear and losses overall, as visible in the
       photo. Dirt accumulation overall. Figure lacking arms at elbows. Also lacking front of
       left foot and toes on right foot. Bird lacking head and parts of wings and torso. With
       darkening and extensive losses to what appears to have been quite intricate decoration
       on robes, including gilding. With bare wood and gesso visible in areas. Fine vertical
       shrinkage crack to back.

1176   A Continental Baroque polychrome figure
       Probably 17th/18th century, figure of the Christ child, depicted standing contrapposto,
       lacking arms, on a later black painted metal stand, 23'' H x 6'' W x 5.25'' D,
       est:$800/1200
       Condition: General marks, nicks, scratches, loss of painted decoration and visible old
       woodworm. With a vertical crack along torso. With a drilled hole to center of base.
       Lacking arms, as stated. Likely with some redecoration. On later stand, as stated.




1177   A pair Italian Baroque silvered figures of putti
       Probably 18th century, each with arms extended, probably lacking elements to arms,
       redecorated, on later black painted metal stands; the larger, 14'' H x 8'' W x 7'' D,
       est:$500/800. Note: losses, restorations, redecorated
       Condition: The smaller: 13.75'' x 7'' x 6''. Redecorated, as stated. With cracks revealed
       through decoration. Lacking fingers and with restorations to fingers and other areas.
       Stands later, as stated.




1178   A pair of Italian bronze pricket sticks
       Probably 17th/18th century, each with central pricket above a dished drip pan over a
       ring and baluster-turned stem above a tripartite base decorated with cherubs on claw-
       form feet, 17'' H x 7'' Dia., est:$500/800
       Condition: Slight variations to dimensions. Generally good overall condition. With
       typical marks, scratches, rubbing and dings to surface. With polish residue to crevices.
       Prickets slightly bent. One with a rectangular plugged repair to top quarter of stem.
       Same with soldered repair to stem above base. Same with a nicked loss to edge of drip
       pan. Wear to feet.
1179   A Continental Gothic style oak settle
       Late 19th/early 20th century, the arched crest centered by a trefoil over a triple
       paneled back centering St. George & the dragon, flanked by knights, over a plank seat
       above an arched seatrail over spiral twist legs joined by a box stretcher, 60'' H x 57'' W
       x 18'' D, est:$900/1200. Provenance: Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Height of seat: 19.25''. Width of seat: 54''. Depth of seat: 16.75''. With a
       nutty brown color to timber overall. Structurally sound. General marks, nicks and
       scratches commensurate with age. With a 9'' shrinkage crack to back running from
       center of trefoil. Separation to planks of seat. Upholstery to cushion clean. With
       rubbing and loss of finish to arms.

1180   A pair of German sterling figures of swans
       Modern, marked ''Germany/Sterling/925'' and one marked ''Shreve'', each
       naturalistically modeled, 8.75'' H x 3.5'' W x 10.25'' D, 72 oz tw approximately,
       est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property from The JD Trust, Paradise Valley, AZ
       Condition: Good condition overall. General light marks and scratches and tarnishing to
       surface.


1181   An H & Co. German silver coffee & tea service
       Mid-19th century, with maker's mark and further marked ''13'', comprising a teapot, a
       coffeepot, an open sugar bowl, a cream jug, all with laurel bands to bases and beaded
       rings to feet, and laurel-swagged medallion to either side, 96 oz tw approximately,
       est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property of a Private Collector. Purchased by a relative of
       the consignor in Frankfurt, Germany, November, 1954 (with accompanying
       correspondence)
       Condition: Good condition overall. General light marks and scratches to surface,
       commensurate with age. With some polish residue in crevices, particularly to tray.
       Hollowware pieces not monogrammed.

1182   A Continental silver and enamel small vanity case
       Probably late 19th century, marked ''800'' and with further illegible mark, rectangular
       with hinged lid decorated with a champleve enamel cobalt medallion with overall foliate
       decoration reversing to an oval wheel-cut mirror and a divided interior, 0.5'' H x 2.5'' W
       x 1.5'' D, 2 oz, est:$300/400. Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Glendale,
       CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. General marks, scratches and rubbing to surface
       commensurate with age and use. Some rubbing to detail of incised decoration. Enamel
       in good condition. Mirror uneven and with some spotting overall. Rubbing to interior.

1183   A Russian standard silver cigarette case
       Circa 1915, possibly Moscow, with maker's mark in Cyrillic ''Monb'', and further marked
       ''84'', rectangular, decorated to one side with a young man before a censer entwined
       with a serpent, 0.5'' H x 4.25'' W x 3.75'' D, 8 oz, est:$400/600. Provenance: Property
       from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: General light marks, scratches, tarnishing and rubbing to decoration,
       commensurate with age. A few very small dings to back. Lacking interior straps.


1184   A Russian silver and enamel tobacco box Grachev
       Circa 1915, St. Petersburg, with maker's mark Grachev, possibly Mikail Grachev, and
       further marked ''88'', rectangular, with overall foliate enamel decoration,
       0.5'' H x 2.5'' W x 2'' D, 3 oz, est:$600/800. Provenance: Property from a Private
       Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. With light marks, scratches and tarnishing to
       surface. Enamel in good condition with no evident losses. With interior marks and
       abrasions.
1185   A Russian silver & enamel cigarette case Nazarov
       Circa 1915, with maker's mark of Sergei Ivanovich Nazarov, Moscow, and further
       marked ''84'', rectangular, with overall floral and foliate decoration etched
       and cloisonne enamel, 0.5'' H x 4'' W x 3'' D, 5 oz, est:$900/1200.
       Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Elaborate decoration. General light marks, scratches and tarnishing to
       surface, commensurate with age and use. With some rubbing to decoration overall.
       With scattered losses to cloisonne. Lacking interior straps. Polish residue to crevices.


1186   A French gold and ivory necessaire sewing kit
       19th century, with eagle's head mark and further indecipherable mark, the waved
       rectangular hinged case opening to a fitted interior with scissors, a needle, a needle
       case, an awl, and a thimble; the case, 0.75'' H x 4'' W x 1.75'' D, est:$700/900.
       Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Some yellowing to ivory case, more to one side than other. With a 1.75''
       hairline crack to one side of case. With a 0.5'' and a smaller loss to edge of case.
       Implements in good overall condition. With steel blades. Some light spotting to steel
       elements.

1187   A Napoleon III gilt-metal & enamel jewelry box
       Late 19th century, oval, the hinged lid decorated with a pair of doves opening to a red
       velveteen-lined interior, over a conforming case, decorated overall with champleve
       enamel foliate and strapwork scrolls, on scroll feet, 5.25'' H x 8.25'' W x 5'' D,
       est:$900/1200. Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: General marks, scratches, rubbing and wear overall. One dove broken off
       and retained- with evidence of prior re-gluing. Beaded band to top lifting. Rubbing to
       gilding overall. Front and back feet somewhat loose. Key does not work. Enamel in
       good condition.

1188   A Louis XVI style gilt & rock crystal candelabrum
       20th century, the pierced lyre-form stem suspending luster drops above three shaped
       candlearms suspending further drops, on a waved tripartite base, 24'' H x 17.5'' W x
       11.5'' D, est:$1500/2500
       Condition: Structurally sound. With a dark rubbed surface to metal frame. General
       marks and scratches overall. Rock crystal with typical inclusions. Smaller faceted beads
       are a material other than rock crystal. Triple finial to top rests in frame, not secured.
       Not electrified.




1189   Pr Louis XV style ormolu rock crystal candelabra
       Late 19th/20th century, each with an obelisk finial above a double baluster stem
       issuing foliate tiers hung with luster drops over five foliate scroll candlearms
       suspending further drops above an asymmetrically cast standard and stepped fluted
       base, not electrified, 26'' H x 12'' Dia., est:$3000/5000
       Condition: Decently cast. Possibly adapted from a different form of candlestick or
       candelabrum. General marks, scratches and rubbing to surface of metal overall
       commensurate with age. Foliate and faceted elements probably cut/pressed glass.
       Elements would benefit from straightening and tightening. One rock crystal obelisk
       broken 1/3 from top and well repaired.
1190   A Louis XV style trumeau pier mirror console
       Late 19th century, with oval medallion depicting frolicking putti amidst waves, over a
       cartouche-form plate with central console issuing tiered platforms, within a reeded and
       foliate-carved conforming surround, on a grey ground, 91'' H x 24'' W x 12'' D,
       est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Well-made. Nicely carved. General marks, nicks, scratches and flaked losses
       commensurate with age and use. Painting darkened, cracking and with some losses,
       would benefit from restoration. Plates with some spotting. With losses to painted
       decoration and gilding revealing red bole, white gesso and bare wood in areas overall.
       Some dirt accumulation overall. Some rubbing and cracking to tops of porcelain
       platforms.




1191   French ormolu & porcelain mantel clock J. Le Roy
       The case probably late 18th century, the dial and works possibly later, the circular
       enamel dial signed ''Julien Le Roy / A Paris'', with Arabic and Roman chapters within
       an oval waisted case surmounted with a pair of putti, with inset porcelain plaques to
       sides further decorated with putti, the reverse marked in old hand, with grape vines
       and ivy garlands to sides, on an oval plinth, with foliate-cast bun feet, 14'' H x 14'' W x
       8'' D, est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Very nicely cast. With heavy rubbing and dirt accumulation to surface
       overall. General marks, scratches and wear commensurate with age. Lacking back.
       Bezel sits somewhat unevenly. Dial in very good condition with minor chipped losses
       around right aperture. Porcelain plaques very nicely painted. With some marks and
       corrosion to porcelain on inside, not visible when set into case. Works possibly
       associated or later, as stated. Works appear complete. Working condition of clocks is
       unknown and not guaranteed.

1192   A Louis XV/XVI style mahogany occasional table
       Late 19th century, the inset oval Campan rose et vert marble top above a faux paneled
       frieze centered by acanthus sprays, over male mask-headed cabriole legs ending in
       foliate-cast sabots, 29'' H x 24'' W x 16'' D, est:$900/1200. Provenance: Property from
       a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Nicely made. Structurally sound. General light marks and scratches
       commensurate with age and use. Mounts nicely cast. With light rubbing to gilt surface
       overall. Darkening to sabots. Top lifting slightly. Underside loose, would benefit from
       reaffixing. With an iron-shaped scorch mark to underside of table. Minor areas of
       overpainted restoration to legs. One foot with a piece of brown tape around base, under
       sabot.
1193   A Napoleon III mounted marquetry games table
       Late 19th century, the hinged D-shaped fold over top centrally inlaid with a music
       trophy, opening to a green baize lined playing surface over a frieze decorated with
       foliate scrolls, on turned tapering fluted legs; closed, 30'' H x 35.5'' W x 16.25'' D,
       est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Open: 32.5''. Structurally sound. General marks, nicks, cracking, scratches
       and lifting to timber overall. With a greenish tone to mounts. Top affixed to base, can
       not be supported open. Interior of top with cracked loss to front left corner. Also with
       some cracking, water staining and a corresponding crack to same side of frieze. With
       losses to timber to top of right leg under mount. Dryness, fading and losses to inlay in
       areas overall. Would benefit from restoration.

1194   A Napoleon III mounted marquetry games table
       Late 19th century, the hinged D-shaped fold over top centrally inlaid with a music
       trophy, opening to a green baize lined playing surface over a frieze decorated with
       foliate scrolls, on turned tapering fluted legs joined by a waved X-stretcher, 30.25'' H x
       35.75'' W x 17'' D, est:$1500/2000. Provenance: Property from a Private Collection,
       Glendale, CA
       Condition: Open: 34.25''. Structurally sound. General marks, nicks scratches and wear,
       commensurate with age and use. With some cracking, lifting and minor losses to inlay
       in areas. Mounts with a greenish tone. Baize lining stained in center. Top attached to
       base with modern screw.

1195   A Louis XVI style giltwood & tapestry canape
       Late 19th century, with arched ribbon-entwined crestrail centered by a floral spray over
       a padded back decorated with a floral bouquet issuing floral scrolls, above a padded
       seat decorated with a floral bouquet within a laurel garland, over a guilloche-carved
       bowed seatrail, on turned tapering fluted legs, 39.5'' H x 60.5'' W x 26'' D,
       est:$2000/4000
       Condition: Height of seat: 20''. Width of seat: 28''. Depth of seat 20''. Structurally
       sound. General marks, nicks and scratches to surface commensurate with age and use.
       With some rubbing and minor losses to gilding revealing red bole, white gesso and bare
       wood in areas. Upholstery nicely done. Faded overall. With some thin areas around top
       of back and front of seat. Some separation to borders. Reverse with some looseness to
       coverings. Wear to feet.

1196   A Louis XV style bergere
       Late 20th century, with a pickled surface, the arched waved pierced foliate-carved crest
       centered by a musical trophy, above a padded back, sides and loose cushion seat
       covered in iridescent green damask, above a serpentine acanthus-carved seatrail, on
       floral-headed cabriole legs ending in scrolled toes, 44.25'' H x 32.5'' W x 33'' D,
       est:$600/900. Provenance: Property of a Private Los Angeles Collector
       Condition: Height of seat: 19.5''. Width of seat: 22''. Depth of seat: 21''. Structurally
       sound. Light marks and scratches to surface. Very good condition overall. Nicely
       carved. With a glossy finish to surface of timber. Upholstered to the reverse. Upholstery
       in good, clean, ready-to-use condition.


1197   A Continental porcelain urn & lamp garniture
       Modern, apparently unmarked, comprising a pair of vasi-form lamps and a double
       handled urn, each with central tavern scene on a cobalt and gilt ground, the lamps
       electrified, 17.5" H x 4.5'' Dia., est:$1000/1500
       Condition: Lamps overall height: 29'', Urn: 10.25'' x 12'' x 6.25''. Decoration decently
       executed. Metal mounts roughly cast. All elements would benefit from tightening and
       straightening. Tops of lamps lacking screw on finials. General marks and scratches to
       surface. With some losses to gilding in areas overall. Urn with some overpainted gilt
       restoration under top rim mount. Urn possibly lacking lid. Wiring to lamps should be
       checked by a qualified electrician prior to use.
1198   A Royal Vienna porcelain plate LeBrun & daughter
       Late 19th/early 20th century, signed ''A. Becker'', with blue beehive underglaze mark
       and further inscribed Lebrun un/Tochter (portrait of Marie Louise Elisabeth Vigee-
       Lebrun [1755-1842, French] and her daughter), within a giltwood frame; diameter of
       plate, 9.5'' Dia., est:$2000/3000
       Condition: Overall: 20'' x 20''. Good condition overall. Nicely painted. Slight rubbing to
       gilding. Frame gold painted, with carved gesso decoration. With cracking to carved
       elements, small losses and overpainted repairs to gilt elements.

1199   A German porcelain plaque depicting Echo
       Late 19th/early 20th century, signed ''Lamb'', depicting Echo, nude woodland pining
       for Narcissus, within a pierced foliate-carved Italian giltwood frame, inscribed to the
       reverse ''Das Echo''; the plaque, 5'' H x 4'' W, est:$600/800
       Condition: Overall: 11.5'' x 9''. Generally good condition. Decently painted. With two
       small areas of touch-up around drapery. Frame nicely carved. Gilding rubbed, chipped
       and with losses in areas revealing red bole and white gesso in areas. Also with some
       minor chipped losses and replacements to carved elements. Frame originally with back,
       now only hinge remaining.



1200   A KPM Berlin porcelain plaque woman Seifert
       Late 19th/early 20th century, with ''KPM'' and scepter marks and further marked ''E'',
       inscribed ''Unter Rebenlaub'' (Under Vine Leaves)/ ''nach A. Seifert'' (Alfred Seifert,
       1850-1901, German), depicting a beauty wearing a crown of vine leaves; the plaque, 7''
       H x 5'' W, est:$2500/3500
       Condition: Overall: 14.5'' x 11.5'' Generally good condition. Nicely painted. With light
       marks and scratches commensurate with age. Frame nicely carved. Gilding rubbed,
       chipped and with losses in areas revealing red bole and white gesso in areas. Also with
       some areas of replacements and overpainted restoration to carved frame.


1201   A KPM Berlin porcelain plaque frolicking putti
       Late 19th/early 20th century, with ''KPM'' and scepter marks and further marked ''W
       322 102'', depicting putti making music in a woodland setting, within a pierced foliate
       carved Italian giltwood frame; the plaque, 6'' H x 12.5'' W, sight 11'', est:$3000/4000
       Condition: Overall: 16'' x 21''. Good condition overall. With typical light rubbing to
       surface commensurate with age. Giltwood frame in good condition with typical marks,
       scratches, fine cracking and rubbing to surface.

1202   Royal Vienna porcelain plaque Allegory of Spring
       Late 19fh/20th century, signed ''Ullmer'', the reverse marked ''Der Fruhling'' (Spring)
       and ''Rob. / Pilz Vienna'', depicting Classical female figures with floral garlands
       attended by putti, within a giltwood frame; the plaque, 13.5'' Dia., est:$2000/3000
       Condition: Overall: 21.5''. Nicely painted. General light marks and scratches to surface
       commensurate with age. Frame with some marks, scratches and rubbing overall. With
       minor chipped losses to carved elements.


1203   A Royal Vienna painted stein Judgment of Paris
       Late 19th/20th century, with blue beehive underglaze mark and further marked ''Urteil
       des Paris'' (Judgment of Paris), the circular hinged top decorated with the Three
       Graces, reversing to a pair of figures, one with a Caduceus, over a cylindrical body and
       gilt loop handle, 6'' H x 5.25'' W x 3.75'' D, est:$400/600
       Condition: Good condition overall. Nicely painted. Metal mount elements slightly
       darkened and dirty. Light marks and scratches overall commensurate with age. With
       some rubbing to gilt elements.
1204   Pr of Louis XV style porcelain & metal candelabra
       Early 20th century, stamped ''France'', each with central figural group of a boy and girl
       with a dog, the oval base issuing three foliate candle branches mounted with porcelain
       flowers, electrified, 16'' H x 16'' W x 7'' D, est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property from
       an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Generally good condition overall. General light marks, scratches and
       rubbing to surface. Metal work somewhat roughly cast and darkened. Some dirt
       accumulation and chipped losses to porcelain elements, particularly flowers. Wiring
       should be checked by a qualified electrician prior to use.

1205   A pair of Louis XV style mounted floral lamps
       Early 20th century, each of wave tapering vasi-form with floral scroll handles, with
       acanthus-cast cap and waved footed base, with cream fringe-covered shades with cream
       velveteen swag border to top, electrified, 19'' H x 9.5'' W x 9'' D, est:$1000/1500.
       Provenance: Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Shades: 16.25'' x 18'' - in good overall condition. Metalwork nicely cast.
       General marks, scratches and rubbing to surface commensurate with age. Mounts quite
       darkened and dirty. Gilding largely rubbed off. Painted decoration to vases with rubbed
       losses, particularly to raised points and extremities. With small chipped losses around
       foot of vases, just around base mount, more so to one than other. Wiring should be
       checked by a qualified electrician prior to use. Finials later.

1206   Set of ten Louis XVI style walnut dining chairs
       First half 20th century, each with a cartouche-form padded back and bowed seat
       covered in green and cream striped silk, above a fluted seatrail, on square tapering
       fluted legs ending in brass caps, 36.25'' H x 18'' W x 16.5'' D, est:$1000/1500.
       Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Height of seat: 20''. Width of seat: 18''. Depth of seat: 15.5''. Structurally
       sound. Some light fading to timber in areas, particularly to crests and backs. Darkening
       to brass caps. General marks, nicks and scratches commensurate with age and use.
       With typical wear, fading and light staining to upholstery, commensurate with age and
       use.



1207   Louis XVI style mounted mahogany vitrine cabinet
       Late 19th/early 20th century, with an oval bevelled mirror above a slightly bowed
       outset top over a conforming glazed door and sides, opening to a mirrored interior, on
       square tapering legs ending in spade feet, 64.5'' H x 29.5'' W x 19.5'' D, est:$700/1000.
       Provenance: Property of a Private Los Angeles Collector
       Condition: Structurally sound. General marks, nicks and scratches commensurate with
       age and use. With some sort of manufacturing or duty mark to silvering of top mirror
       plate. Lacking shelves to interior. With dog-chewed losses to front left leg at bottom.
       Some areas of torn veneer on back. One key.
1208   Louis XV style mounted vernis Martin vitrine
       Late 19th century, the arched waved cornice centered by a foliate spray over a scene of
       frolicking putti above a bombe glazed paneled door with a scene of a courting couple,
       enclosing three shelves, with waved glazed panels to sides, on cabriole legs ending in
       foliate-cast sabots, 72'' H x 27'' W x 16.5'' D, est:$3000/5000
       Condition: Structurally sound. General marks, nicks, scratches and rubbing to surface
       overall commensurate with age. Mounts roughly cast and somewhat darkened. One
       glass shelf fits quite snugly, may need to be adjusted. Painted decoration decently
       executed. With some fine craquelure to painted decoration. Some spotting and wear to
       red velvet covering to one interior shelf. No key.




1209   Pr H.B. Choisy white metal & faience wall lights
       Late 19th/20th century, reverse of one marked ''FB / Paris'', each impressed ''H.B. /
       Choisy'' (Hautin & Boulanger, Choisy-le-Roi), each with an oval dished backplate
       decorated with caryatids and roundels within a vine border, within a shell headed faux
       bamboo frame above three J-form candlearms, 21.5'' H x 10.25'' W, est:$800/1200
       Condition: Nicely made. Metal well-cast. With a deep pewter-tone to metal. General
       marks, scratches and spotting to metal. Painted decoration to backplates stylized. One
       candlenozzle to one with small hole to side. Not electrified.

1210   Pr Louis Philippe bronze Sienna marble candelabra
       Mid-19th century, each with a central candlenozzle over a foliate-cast stem above five
       acanthus-sheathed candlearms, over a turned spreading foliate-capped standard, on
       paw feet over an incurved stepped tripartite base, 27.5'' H x 12.5'' Dia., est:$4000/6000
       Condition: Good overall condition. Bronze nicely cast. With a dark brown patina to
       surface. With some light rubbing and dirt accumulation to surface. Marble slightly pale.
       With some adhesive residue to stems. One stem with an old arched crack around lower
       foliate collar - does not affect stability. With some minor chipped losses overall to
       bases. Also with adhesive residue to bases. Not electrified.

1211   Pr. Louis XV style mounted porcelain vase lamps
       20th century, each cobalt speckle glazed baluster vase with acanthus-cast handles to
       sides, on a pierced foliate-cast base, electrified; overall, 32'' H x 9'' W x 8'' D,
       est:$600/900
       Condition: Top to one discolored, likely repaired or replaced. Mounts quite dark,
       gilding largely rubbed off. General light marks and scratches to surfaces overall. Wiring
       should be checked by a qualified electrician prior to use.




1212   A Victorian Aesthetic Movement ebonized davenport
       Late 19th century, the rectangular three-quarter galleried top above a pair of faux
       paneled doors, with burr walnut banding, decorated with foliate sprays, enclosing an
       arrangement of pigeonholes and drawers, above a leather-inset hinged slantfront
       writing surface, opening to a well and drawers, above a paneled door, enclosing shelves,
       and a pair of turned fluted uprights, on cup feet with casters, 45.5'' H x 24'' W x 23.5''
       D, est:$700/1000
       Condition: Nicely made. Structurally sound. General marks, nicks and scratches
       overall, commensurate with age and use. Some fine cracking to doors. With shrinkage
       cracking to slantfront, visible mainly from underside. Shrinkage cracking to bottom of
       well. Some wear and spotting to leather. Cracking to moldings. Darkening to metal
       elements. One key.
1213   A Georgian oak cabinet-on-chest
       Second half 18th century, the rectangular molded cornice above two arch paneled
       grille-inset doors with later wine rack fitting above an arrangement of six drawers, feet
       reduced, 75.5'' H x 55'' W x 18.5'' D, est:$1800/2200. Provenance: Property from the
       personal collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: Nicely made. Structurally sound. With an overall even deep nutty color to
       timber. General marks, nicks and scratches commensurate with age and use. With
       cracking, losses and replacements to moldings throughout. Base molding to left side of
       top of case lacking entirely. Pulls replaced. Feet reduced. Boards to top largely replaced.
       Wine rack fitting later, as stated. No key.


1214   A George III mahogany drum library table
       Late 18th century, the circular tooled brown leather-inset top with central panel above
       a conforming frieze of drawers inlaid with letters, on a turned support and four splayed
       capped legs with casters, 31'' H x 45'' Dia., est:$4000/6000. Note: This table is
       illustrated Architectural Digest, ''Academy Awards Collector's Edition'', April 1992, 'Hal
       Wallis: The Producer's Valley Farm', p. 193. Provenance: Property from the personal
       collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: General marks, nicks, scratches, cracking to timber and wear commensurate
       with age and use. Top faded and with water and ring staining overall. With cracking
       and lifting to leather on one end. Top with tight shrinkage crack running in from one
       end under crack in leather. Central compartment locked. Timber of a deep chestnut
       color. With some cracking and losses to molding around frieze, particularly under
       drawers. Lock replaced. Formerly with pulls. Top and base possibly associated. Support
       ring to top of stem replaced and now cracked with a block lacking to one section.
       Casters replaced. No key.

1215   A George III mahogany pole screen Fortuny silk
       Late 18th century, the shield-form glazed adjustable screen lined with blue and cream
       Fortuny silk, on a turned standard over a ring and ball-turned stem, on cabriole legs,
       58'' H x 13.5'' W x 18'' Dia., est:$400/600
       Condition: Structurally sound. With a deep chestnut color to timber overall. General
       marks and scratches commensurate with age and use. Stem with typical marks and
       scars from screen. Some wear to feet. Silk to screen and glazing probably later. Back of
       screen slightly loose, would benefit from securing.




1216   A Victorian mahogany cellaret
       Second half 19th century, the rectangular molded hinged top lifting to reveal a divided
       interior, over a conforming tapering case with grape cluster handles to sides, over
       outscrolled feet, 20'' H x 29'' W x 36.5'' D, est:$500/800
       Condition: Large scale. With a nutty brown color to timber overall. Interior divided into
       24 compartments. General marks, nicks, scratches, fading and wear commensurate
       with age and use. Central panel to top broken into three sections and repaired. Glue has
       dried on repair and pieces had come loose and have been re-glued. With some patched
       repair to timber of border around central panel of top. Wear to feet. No key.
1217   A Victorian walnut lap desk
       Second half 19th century, the lock stamped ''Brahman/London'', the rectangular hinged
       top reversing to a leather-lined utensil holder and opening to a divided interior with
       letter slots, drawers and spring loaded utensil wells, above a fold out leather lined
       writing surface with hinged compartment, with handles to sides, 11.25'' H x 9.5'' W x
       16.75'' D, est:$600/900
       Condition: Very nicely made. With a warm nutty color to timber overall. General marks
       and scratches to surface commensurate with age and use. With some cracking to timber
       of front edge of top. Only very light wear to leather. Glass ink bottles slightly dirty.
       Some light wear to base molding. One key.

1218   A William & Mary sterling silver tankard
       1690, London, maker's mark ''IC'', the lid chased with a triple-entwined serpent device,
       with beaded handle, 6.5'' H x 5'' W x 8'' D, 22 oz, est:$2000/3000. Provenance:
       Property from the personal collection of Hal Wallis; sold, Christie's, London, 24 July
       1946 (?300); with Aspreys, London, 1952
       Condition: Good overall condition. General marks, scratches, rubbing and tarnishing to
       surface commensurate with age and use. Rubbing to marks and decoration. Minor
       waves to bottom edge and rim of top. Minor dings and spotting to surface.

1219   A George II sterling tankard George Brydon
       1728, London, with maker's mark ''GB'', the lid chased with a coat-of-arms and the
       motto ''All Good is From Above'', for the Burney family, the handle chased with a lion
       mask, 7.5'' H x 5.5'' W x 8.5'' D, 36 oz, est:$1200/1800. Provenance: Property from the
       personal collection of Hal Wallis; with Walter Wilson Ltd.
       Condition: Good overall condition. General marks, scratches, rubbing and tarnishing to
       surface commensurate with age and use. Rubbing to marks and decoration. Minor
       waves to bottom edge and rim of top.

1220   George III sterling tankard T. Whipham, C. Wright
       1766, London, with maker's mark of Thomas Whipham and Charles Wright, the domed
       lid over a bulbous body and C-scroll handle, with shadow to front indicating possibly
       formerly with a spout, 8'' H x 4.75'' W x 7'' D, 30 oz, est:$1200/1800. Provenance:
       Property from the personal collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: General marks, scratches rubbing and tarnishing to surface commensurate
       with age and use. Pierced thumbhold to lid slightly bent. Some minor dings to body.
       With some minor spotting to surface. With shadow to front indicating possibly formerly
       with a spout.

1221   George III Langford Sebille sterling cake basket
       1763, London, with maker's mark of John Langford & John Sebille, oval with pierced
       swing bail handle decorated with lattice and C-scrolls, above a pierced body with C-
       scroll and foliate rim above alternating fret panels with beaded divides over a similar
       floral-chased apron over pierced foliate feet, with central coat of arms of three stags
       within a cartouche surmounted by a further stag's head, 5.5'' H x 16'' W x 12.5'' D, 60
       oz, est:$3500/5000
       Condition: Good overall condition. Nicely made and with well-executed decoration.
       Handle also with stag's head. Handle moves well. General marks, scratches and
       tarnishing commensurate with age and use. Some rubbing to decoration. With polish
       residue to crevices. With a pinned repair to one foot. Some minor breaks and evidence
       of repair to pierced sides. A few beads to body overpunched leading to tiny holes.


1222   Pr Sheffield silver plate covered serving dishes
       Probably 19th century, each with crossed arrow and further marks, of typical form with
       double C-scroll handle and etched with an armorial crest with the motto ''Fato
       Providencia Major'', 6'' H x 9.25'' W x 12.25'' D, est:$600/900
       Condition: Good overall condition. General light marks, scratches and rubbing to
       surface commensurate with age. With some polish residue to crevices. Some copper
       revealed on underside of each dish.
1223   Pr English Sheffield plate three-light candelabra
       Probably early 19th century, bearing the mark of Matthew Boulton (1728-1809), each
       with removable turned stem surmounted by an urn-form bobeche with gadrooned drip
       pan, and central snuffer ''en flambeau'', issuing a pair of upswept candlearms, above a
       turned tapering standard and a circular gadrooned weighted base, 18.5'' H x 14.75'' W x
       5.5'' D, est:$600/900. Provenance: The Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: General marks, scratches, rubbing and dings to surface overall. Possibly re-
       plated. Decoration somewhat stylized and obscured. Joint of base to stem on one re-
       soldered. Drip pans with some dents and minor losses to inserts. Some denting to
       bases of removable candlearms. Not electrified.

1224   Two Continental English silver fish serving sets
       Including a Continental set, probably German, 19th century, marked with a left facing
       eagle, a left facing head and ''HD'', fork (9.5'') and knife (11.5'') decorated overall with
       flowers and foliate scrolls, the knife centered by a sailboat by a castle lake, not
       monogrammed; and an English sterling set, Birmingham, 1865, with maker's mark of
       John Gammage, pierced fork (10.5''), and pierced knife (13''), decorated overall with
       foliate scrolls, the handles engraved with a fox, each set with presentation box, ,
       est:$600/800
       Condition: Continental set: 9 oz tw approximately. Good overall condition. Decoration
       well executed. With light marks, scratches, rubbing, tarnishing and wear commensurate
       with age and use. Not monogrammed. Case hinge broken. Wear and losses to exterior
       leather. Velvet with some dirt accumulation overall. English set: 13 oz tw
       approximately. Good overall condition. Decoration well executed. With light marks,
       scratches, rubbing, tarnishing and wear commensurate with age and use. Case hinge
       broken. Light wear to leather. Velvet with light wear. With Ollivant & Botsford
       Goldsmiths label to interior.

1225   A Baroque style stained oak three-seat bench
       Late 19th/20th century, the triple chair back carved with various armorial devices,
       separated by scroll curved arms, on a plank seat, with arch panel carved trestle
       supports, 36.5'' H x 64'' W x 18.5'' D, est:$2000/4000. Provenance: The Mission Inn,
       Riverside, CA; Property of a Private Altadena, CA Collector
       Condition: Excellent condition overall. Structurally sound. Very well made with
       wonderfully executed carved decoration. Overall chestnut color to timber. General light
       marks and scratches commensurate with age, particularly to base. A few scattered
       minor chipped losses.

1226   A Spanish Baroque style walnut & iron table
       Probably late 19th century, possibly incorporating earlier elements, the rectangular top
       with central quatrefoil medallion elaborately carved with armorial crests amidst
       caryatids and scrolling foliage, above scroll-carved trestle supports joined by a waved
       stretcher, ending in paw feet, 29'' H x 62'' W x 38.5'' D, est:$1000/1500. Provenance:
       Property from the personal collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: Structurally sound. Nicely carved. With a deep chestnut color to timber
       overall. Surface of top with a glossy varnish. Some dryness and fading to edges. With a
       separate glass top. With a shrinkage crack to one side of top with some corresponding
       timber loss to underside. Visible old woodworm, and woodworm channels.

1227   A pair of Swiss walnut and marquetry hall chairs
       Late 19th/early 20th century, each with an oval pierced foliate-carved back centering a
       medallion depicting hunters, over a serpentine seat centered by a medallion depicting
       game, over foliate carved cabriole legs, 36'' H x 18.25'' W x 14'' D, est:$700/1000.
       Literature: This model is illustrated C. Payne. ''19th Century European Furniture'',
       Suffolk: 1981, p. 370, figs. 1101 & 1102
       Condition: Structurally sound. Nicely carved. With a deep chestnut color to timber
       overall. Surface of top with a glossy varnish. Some dryness and fading to edges. With a
       separate glass top. With a shrinkage crack to one side of top with some corresponding
       timber loss to underside. Visible old woodworm, and woodworm channels.
1228   Pr Continental Neoclassic style painted obelisks
       Late 19th/20th century, each with a feather plume finial above spreading paneled sides
       with drapery swag, over a waisted socle on a square paneled base on ball feet, 32.5'' H x
       6.25'' W x 6.25'' D, est:$800/1200. Provenance: The Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena,
       CA
       Condition: Nicely carved. Good overall condition. General marks, nicks, scratches and
       rubbing to surface. With some chipped and flaked losses to painted decoration, as
       visible in photos, revealing white gesso and bare wood in areas - notably to one side of
       base to one.


1229   A Continental glazed terracotta wall sun dial
       Probably late 19th century, Italian, marked ''1870'', with scroll headed backplate incised
       with Roman numerals within a surround of acanthus scrolls and putti in relief,
       surmounted by Cupid drawing his bow, with iron arrow acting as time hand, over a
       satyr mask spout, 38'' H x 38'' W, est:$2000/3000
       Condition: Probably originally fitted as a fountain. Decently modeled. General marks,
       scratches and craquelure to glazed surface overall. Figures un-glazed. With some later
       painting and embellishment to areas, particularly blue highlights. With some fading,
       wear and losses to glazing from weathering. Some dirt accumulation overall. Iron
       elements quite oxidized.

1230   A pair of Italian blue painted and gilt pedestals
       Probably 19th century, each with a trapezoidal platform above a shaped foliate, floral
       and ribbon-carved standard on paw monopodia headed by winged scrolls, 46'' H x 9'' W
       x 9'' D, est:$600/900
       Condition: Probably re-decorated. Structurally sound. General marks, nicks, scratches
       and flaked losses to decoration overall, revealing white gesso and bare wood in areas.
       Minor nicked losses to carved elements throughout. Lower plinths probably later. With
       overpainted metal braces to original bases under monopodia. Used to prevent further
       cracking and losses of timber in this area of each.




1231   An Italian Baroque style walnut credenza
       Late 19th/20th century, possibly incorporating earlier elements, the rectangular top
       above a pair of paneled drawers, over two pairs of paneled doors, on a conforming
       plinth, 41.5'' H x 87'' W, est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Property from the personal
       collection of Hal Wallis
       Condition: Structurally sound. With a nice nutty color to timber overall. Possibly
       incorporating earlier elements, as stated. With some fading to top. General marks,
       nicks and scratches commensurate with age and use. Top with three plank construction.
       With uneven fading and staining to top. Pulls slightly loose, would benefit from
       resecuring. With some patched repairs and overpainted restoration to timber overall.
       Lacking shelf from interior, as stated. With some visible old woodworm.

1232   A Continental Rococo style kingwood commode
       20th century, the inset shaped eared Portor marble top above a pair of paneled drawers
       opening to three linen slides, on acanthus and C-scroll-headed cabriole legs ending in
       scroll toes, 35'' H x 46'' W x 21'' D, est:$800/1000. Provenance: Property from an
       Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Structurally sound. Nicely made. General marks, nicks and scratches,
       commensurate with age and use. Top with some very minor chipped losses to edges.
       Wear and rubbing to edge molding of top. Door moldings nicely carved. With losses to
       moldings on doors, as visible in photos. Wear to feet. No key.
1233   A North Italian Rococo walnut & marquetry commode
       Mid-18th century, possibly Genoa, the later serpentine Carrara marble top above a
       conforming case fitted with a pair of drawers over a waved apron, on slightly splayed
       legs ending in foliate-headed pointed pad sabots, 36.5'' H x 53'' W x 25.5'' D,
       est:$2500/3500. Provenance: Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: The marble top probably 19th century. Some yellowing, spotting and pitting
       to marble. Structurally sound. Very well made. With typical marks, nicks, scratches,
       cracking and wear commensurate with age. Backboards lifting slightly. With cracking,
       lifting and losses to veneer and applied moldings in areas, notably to front corners and
       apron, some visible in photos. With evidence of infilled and overpainted restoration in
       areas overall. Pulls replaced. With patched repairs to veneer of drawer fronts in areas
       of former pulls. Lacking one sabot. One key.

1234   An Italian Neoclassic style giltwood mirror
       Late 19th/20th century, the rectangular plate within a conforming leaf tip-molded
       surround, flanked by a pair of turned spreading fluted foliate-entwined uprights and
       surmounted by a guilloche-carved frieze and pierced foliate-carved crest, with similarly
       carved apron, 40.5'' H x 25'' W, est:$700/1000
       Condition: Lacking further elements to top of uprights. Good overall condition. Plate
       possibly replaced. With gold silk damask cover to back. General marks, nicks, scratches
       and rubbing commensurate with age. With a nicked loss to carving at top center of
       crest. Some losses to gilding in areas, particularly around apron.




1235   A Baroque style iron, brass & glass hall lantern
       20th century, the pierced spandrel frame with figural terms interspersed with colored
       glazed roundels above an acorn finial, electrified, 40'' H x 14.5'' Dia., est:$1000/1200
       Condition: Good overall condition. Iron oxidized and with some loss to finish. Brass
       elements shiny. Wiring should be checked by a qualified electrician prior to use.




1236   A Continental white marble sculpture of an angel
       Probably late 19th century, Italian, depicted with downcast expression, with right arm
       raised, on an integral square plinth, 34.5'' H x 15.5'' W x 11.5'' D, est:$1500/2000
       Condition: Apparently unsigned. Nicely modeled. Weathered, with typical marks,
       scratches, rubbing, nicks and scratches. Index finger to right hand broken off and
       clumsily re-glued. Figure originally resting on an element to the left, lower section
       retained, top section broken off and missing. With losses and older repairs to fingers of
       left hand. Minor chipped losses to plinth.
1237   Nicolaus Wendelin Schmidt bronze nude male archer
       Late 19th/early 20th century, signed ''Nicolaus Schmidt/Rom.'' (1883-1954, German),
       on an integral rockwork base, 20.5'' H x 8.50" W x 5.50" D, est:$800/1000
       Condition: With a dark brown patina to surface overall. General marks, scratches and
       rubbing to surface commensurate with age. Does not appear to have had string
       element. With impressed numbers ''140/5443'' to underside.




1238   After G. Varlese patinated bronze fisher boy
       Late 19th/20th century, signed Varlese (Giovanni Varlese 1888-1922, Italian),
       depicting a boy holding a fish, standing on a naturalistic rockwork base with pail, crab
       and clam, on a reconstituted stone pedestal; the bronze, 28.5'' H x 8'' W x 11'' D,
       est:$700/1000
       Condition: Weathered and with dirt accumulation overall. Likely displayed outdoors,
       with a verdigris surface overall, as visible in photos. Would benefit from careful
       cleaning. General marks and scratches commensurate with age and use. Pedestal also
       dirty, weathered and pitted.

1239   A French bronze Cymbal Player after the antique
       Late 19th/20th century, marked ''Ch. Gautier Fils et Boralout (?)' / Bronziers / Paris
       Bordeaux'', on an integral oval base, 22.25'' H x 13'' W x 8.5'' D, est:$2000/3000
       Condition: Nicely modeled. With a deep brown patina to surface. General light marks,
       scratches and rubbing overall. With some white speckling to surface, should clean off
       easily.




1240   After Coustou bronze Horse Trainers of Marley
       Late 19th century, signed ''Coustou'' (Nicholas Coustou, French, 1658-1733); the larger,
       16.5'' H x 11.5'' W x 6'' D, est:$600/800. Provenance: Property from a Private
       Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Slight variations to dimensions. General marks, scratches and rubbing to
       surfaces. Somewhat roughly cast. With dirt accumulation and polish residue in
       crevices. Reins loose.
1241   After Jean Didier Debut bronze figure ''Barde''
       Late 19th/20th century, signed ''Debut'' (Jean Dider Debut, 1824-1893, French), also
       with plaque to base ''Barde / par Debut / 2 e Grand Prix de / Rome'', depicting a 16th
       century lute player, 20'' H x 6'' W x 5'' D, est:$4000/6000. Literature: This model is
       illustrated H. Berman. Bronzes: 1800-1930, Sculptors and Founders. Vol. I. fig. 542.
       Provenance: Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Debut's original model was depicted with a moustache and goatee. Decently
       cast. General marks and scratches to surface. In two sections, torso slightly loose from
       legs. Strings to lute bent. Carving to head and hands nicely done.




1242   Dutch 18th/19th century floral still life
       Appears unsigned, oil on canvas, 30'' H x 25'' W, est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Estate
       of the former wife of Bernard Baruch Jr., Brentwood, CA
       Condition: Visual: Stable craquelure and stretcher bar creases throughout. Canvas
       dimpled in the upper left corner. Five patches on the verso. Blacklight: A pea-sized area
       of touch-up with a corresponding patch in the background in the upper right quadrant.
       Heavy varnish difficult to read under blacklight.




1243   British School, 19th c, woman w/ scarf & red coat
       Appears unsigned, oil pastel on board under glass, 30'' H x 25'' W, est:$1500/2000.
       Provenance: Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA




1244   G. Gostiaux (1838-* French)
       A French musician resting on a mountain trail, signed lower left: G. Gostiaux, oil on
       wood panel, 6.5'' x 4.75'', est:$900/1200. Provenance: Property from a Private
       Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with minor frame abrasion and some tiny
       losses concentrated mainly along the right edge. Varnish unevenly applied to the center
       but not the edges. Blacklight: No evidence of touch-up under blacklight.




1245   Joseph Bouvier (fl. 1839-1888 French or British)
       Two young girls in a rocky landscape, signed lower right: Joseph Bouvier, oil on canvas,
       17.25'' x 14'', est:$1000/1500
       Condition: Visual: Craquelure scattered throughout. Blacklight: No evidence of
       restoration under blacklight.
1246   Charles E.A. Carolus-Duran (1838-1917 French)
       Maiden strewing flowers in a river, signed and dated lower right: Carolus Duran 69, oil
       on canvas laid to canvas, 24.5'' x 17'', est:$4000/6000
       Condition: Visual: Fine, stable craquelure throughout and minor frame abrasion along
       the edges. Blacklight: An apparent area of old restoration beneath the figure's right arm
       and scattered spots of old touch-up evident along the lower left edge and in the tree.
       Difficult to read under blacklight.




1247   Robert Robin Fenson (19th-early 20th century British)
       A girl walking ducks in a cottage scene near a river, signed lower right: R. Fenson, oil on
       canvas, 12'' x 16'', est:$600/800
       Condition: Visual: A 1 1/2'' tear in the lower center quadrant below the figure and
       ducks. Craquelure throughout and with stretcher bar creases. Discolored/yellowed
       varnish and very dirty. Blacklight: No evidence of touch-up under blacklight.


1248   Karl P. Daubigny (1846-1886 French)
       Three washer women by a river, signed lower left: Daubigny, oil on cradled panel, 9.5''
       x 19.25'', est:$3000/5000. Provenance: Private Collection, San Diego, CA
       Condition: Visual: A few vertical surface scratches in the upper and lower right
       quadrants. Fine craquelure and paint shrinkage scattered throughout and a few vertical
       areas of craquelure in the upper right quadrant. Dirty and varnish yellowed. Blacklight:
       There appears to be a few minor spots of touch-up in the lower third of the painting.

1249   Nassau Blair Browne R.H.A. (1867-1940 Irish)
       Thorpe, Depicting a race horse in a stable, signed and dated lower right: N.B. Browne-
       1864, titled lower left, oil on canvas laid to board, 17'' x 22'', est:$2500/4000.
       Provenance: Property of a Private Collector, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Visual: Paint has oxidized in the darkest pigments on the horse. Very fine
       stable craquelure scattered throughout. Not examined out of the frame. Blacklight:
       Areas and spots of older and newer touch-up throughout, the largest area a 2'' x 4''
       horizontal area of touch-up beneath the horse's torso.

1250   Harry Hall (1814-1882 British)
       A race horse in a loosebox, appears unsigned, oil on canvas laid to canvas, 25'' x 30'',
       est:$10,000/15,000. Provenance: Property of a Private Collector, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Blacklight: Very fine spots of touch-up and crack-fill scattered throughout
       concentrated mainly in the upper left quadrant and along the four edges. A nickel-sized
       area of touch-up extending into the top of the horse's tail.


1251   Russian, 19th c, two figural works, oil on tin
       Depicting figures with a central man dancing and two men on a horse and cart, each
       appear unsigned, each oil on tin panels, the larger, 10.5'' H x 13.25'' W,
       est:$1000/2000. Note: The smaller dimensions: 9.5" x 13". Provenance: Property from
       a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Visual: Each with minor spots of paint loss scattered throughout, some
       unevenness to the panel edges, and yellowed varnish. The larger: back of the panel is
       rusted. The smaller: panel slightly bent and remnants of nails in the four corners and
       the upper center. Blacklight: no evidence of restoration under blacklight.

1252   American 19th/early 20th c, sailboat & mountains
       Appears unsigned, oil on canvas, 26'' H x 42'' W, est:$800/1200
       Condition: Visual: Craquelure throughout and frame abrasion along the four edges. A
       spot of paint loss in the lower left quadrant. Dirty. Blacklight: no evidence of
       restoration under blacklight.
1253   Continental School, 20th c, maritime scene, oil
       Signed lower left: Vern, oil on panel, 10.5'' H x 13.75'' W, est:$600/900. Provenance:
       Property from a Private Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Visual: Wood panel slightly bowed and with two minor cracks in the board
       in the upper left quadrant, the largest 3/4''. Unevenly applied and discolored varnish.
       Dirty. Blacklight: no evidence of restoration under blacklight.


1254   Felix Ziem (1821-1911 French)
       Venetian sailboats in the harbor, signed lower right: Ziem, oil on panel, 6'' x 10'',
       est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Private Collection, San Diego, CA
       Condition: Visual: Fine, stable craquelure throughout. A few minor spots of paint loss
       concentrated mainly along the edges due to frame abrasion and a horizontal 3/4''
       surface scrape with loss to the left of the signature. Scattered minor spots of surface
       dirt. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight.

1255   Venetian harbor scene, St. Marks Square, oil
       Signed lower left: Malfray, possibly Charles A. Malfray (1887-1940 French), oil on
       canvas, 13'' H x 21'' W, est:$1800/2200. Provenance: Property from a Private
       Collection, Glendale, CA
       Condition: Visual: Fine, stable craquelure throughout. Blacklight: An apparent area of
       old restoration in the upper left corner. Two vertical paint lines in the left center
       quadrant that fluoresce under blacklight.

1256   Maurice Joron (1883-1937 French)
       Three Cardinals laughing at tea in a French interior, signed and dated lower left: M.
       Joron 26, oil on canvas, 26'' x 32'', est:$2000/3000. Provenance: Marshall Field and
       Company (see label affixed to the frame); Property from an Estate, Los Feliz, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Dirty. Blacklight: No evidence of
       restoration under blacklight.


1257   Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969 British)
       Woman at Prayer, St. Tropez, signed lower left: W. Russell Flint, signed again and
       titled verso, watercolor on board under glass, board size, 12'' x 9'', est:$1000/1500.
       Provenance: Estate, Claremont, CA
       Condition: Visual: Generally good condition with no evidence of foxing, staining or
       tears. Board affixed to the front mat with paper tape along the four edges.




1258   William Powell Frith (1819-1909 British)
       Figures in an interior, signed lower right: W.P. Frith, oil on canvas laid to canvas,
       24.75'' x 29.75'', est:$4000/6000
       Condition: Visual: Fine, stable craquelure throughout and some minor frame abrasion.
       Blacklight: Scattered areas of touch-up on the minister's head and a 7'' diagonal
       repaired tear on the minister's body and the floor in the lower left quadrant. An area of
       restoration and touch-up along the child's head. Some scattered other spots of touch-
       up in the center and along the edges.
1259   John Gould & HC Richter, E. Lear, lithos, birds
       Four lithographs on paper, two by John Gould & H.C. Richter: Ardea Cinerea and
       Ciconia Alba, two by E. Lear: Ciconia Maguari (Maguari Stork) and Grus Leucogeranus
       (White Crane), each unframed and loose, each paper size, 21'' H x 14'' W,
       est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property of a Private Collection, San Francisco, CA
       Condition: Generally good condition: each lithograph shows pale staining, minor
       handling creases to edges, some with remnants of tape, some binding perforations
       along the edge.




1260   John Gould & HC Richter, handcolored lithos, owls
       Four lithographs on paper, each depicting owls: Strix Flammea, Surnia Uralensis (Ural
       Owl), Strix Brachyotos (Short Eared owl) and Strix otus (Long Eared owl), each
       unframed and loose, each paper size, 21'' H x 14'' W, est:$1000/1500. Provenance:
       Property of a Private Collection, San Francisco, CA
       Condition: Generally good condition: each lithograph shows pale staining, minor
       handling creases to edges and stain spots in the lower margin.




1261   E. Lear, four handcolored lithographs, owls
       Each depicting owls: Strix Nyctea (Snowy Owl), Strix Lapponica (Great Cinereous Owl),
       Strix nebulosa (Barred Owl) and Strix nudipes (Little Owl), each unframed and loose,
       each paper size, 21'' H x 14'' W, est:$1000/1500. Provenance: Property of a Private
       Collection, San Francisco, CA
       Condition: Generally good condition: each lithograph shows pale staining, particularly
       along the edges, soiling to margins, some with very minor handling creases to edges
       and stain spots in the lower margin. Barred Owl with larger stain along the upper edge
       and Great Cinereous Owl with larger stain in the lower right corner.



1262   An Edwardian sterling vanity set William Comyns
       Dated 1917, London, with maker's mark ''WC'', comprising a heart-shaped box, a
       cylindrical box, a hand mirror, a shoe horn and a small quatrefoil tray and a larger
       quatrefoil tray, decorated overall with cherubs, 6 pcs; the larger tray, 12.25'' W x 9'' D,
       est:$800/1200
       Condition: Weighable silver (not including shoe horn or mirror): 24 oz. Good overall
       condition. With rubbing to repousee decoration overall. Some denting to lids. With
       waves to edges of trays. Spotting to blade of shoe horn. Some scratches and light
       spotting to mirror plate.

1263   Neoclassic style silver plate four branch epergne
       20th century, apparently unmarked, with later cut glass bowls, the central scalloped
       bowl resting in a vintage and scroll-decorated flaring ring above upswept arms
       supporting further smaller scalloped bowls, on a circular base with acanthus-headed
       paw feet, 17.5'' H x 23'' Dia., est:$1500/2500
       Condition: Silver plate elements nicely chased. General light marks and scratches
       overall. Slight tarnishing overall. Cut glass elements later, as stated. With some minor
       chipped losses to edges of bowl, notably to larger central bowl. Ring supporting central
       bowl slight misshapen. Loop and ring supports for smaller bowls also slightly bent.
       Arms detach from base.
1264   A pair of Sheffield silver plate wine coolers
       Probably mid-19th century, possibly by Waterhouse, Hatfield & Co., each of campana
       form with removable rim with foliate-cast edge and liner, with molded handles and
       vintage border centering a coat of arms with the motto ''Quo Virtus Ducit Scando'' (I
       climb where virtue leads), for the Follet family, above a circular spreading lobed base,
       12'' H x 10'' W x 6.5'' D, est:$800/1200. Note: A pair of the same model sold Skinner,
       MA, 8 April 2006, lot 575 ($1,800). Provenance: The Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena,
       CA
       Condition: Good overall condition. Nicely chased. With general marks, scratches and
       light rubbing to surface, with some copper base metal revealed to handles and
       underside of foot. With polish residue to crevices.

1265   A Neoclassic style silver plate hot water urn
       Probably late 19th century, apparently unmarked, the circular reeded lid surmounted
       by a patera finial over a foliate-capped waisted body with foliate-cast handles to sides,
       with scroll-handled spout over a foliate-cast base with scroll feet, 18.5'' H x 14.5'' W x
       15.5'' D, est:$600/900. Provenance: The Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Generally good condition overall. With general marks, scratches and dings
       to body, commensurate with age. Probably re-plated. Plating in good overall condition
       with light rubbing. Some slight tarnishing and polish residue in areas. Some fading and
       dryness to timber of handles and insulator cap over nozzle.


1266   Thomas Smily Victorian sterling coffee tea service
       1862, London, with maker's mark ''T.S'', comprising a coffeepot (11.25'' x 10'' x 6.25''), a
       teapot (8.25'' x 10.25'' x 6.25''), a cream jug (6.75'' x 5.25'' x 4'') and a double-handled
       sugar bowl (5'' x 8.75'' x 6.25''), the open pieces with gilt-washed interiors,
       monogrammed ''BL'' surmounted by a star and pair of wings within a cartouche,
       together with a Richard Richardson Sheffield plate oval double-handled tray, marked
       ''RR / R. Richardson / Cornwall Works / Sheffield'', with chinoiserie decoration, 5 pcs;
       the tray & sterling weight, 30'' W x 19.5'' D, 132 oz tw approximately, est:$3000/5000.
       Provenance: The Estate of Billie Bowlby, Pasadena, CA
       Condition: Good condition overall. Very nicely made and well chased. General light
       marks and scratches to surfaces overall commensurate with age and use. Some cracking
       to insulator bands. Light tarnishing to surface. No noticeable dents or dings.

1267   A Regency sterling teapot T. Wallis & J. Hayne
       1818, London, with maker's mark of Thomas Wallis and Jonathan Hayne, of squat
       form with ebonized handle decorated overall with floral garlands and cartouches to
       either side centered by a fox, on a similarly decorated circular footed base, 6'' H x 11.5''
       W x 6.5'' D, 25 oz, est:$600/800
       Condition: General marks, scratches and light tarnishing to surface overall
       commensurate with age and use. With rather stylized chased decoration, the detail of
       which has been rubbed. Ebonized surface to handle rubbed, as visible in catalogue
       photo. With some roughness and repair to tip of spout. Finial to top loose. Some minor
       dings to body overall.

1268   Set of three Sheffield silver plate turkey domes
       marked ''ID & S'', possibly James Dixon and Sons, and ''PNS'', one large and two
       smaller, each of typical form with a reeded loop handle and decorated with a band of
       paterae in reserves and a beaded band, centering a fox; the larger, 10.75'' H x 18.5'' W x
       13.75'' D, est:$700/900
       Condition: The smaller: 9.5'' x 15'' x 11''. Good overall condition. Decoration well
       executed. General marks, scratches, rubbing and tarnishing commensurate with age
       and use. Silver plate in overall good condition. One smaller dome with a few small
       dings to one side of top.
1269   George Angel Victorian sterling flatware service
       1865, London, with maker's mark ''GA'', comprising;18 dinner forks (8.5''), 18 dessert /
       salad forks (7''), 2 stuffing spoons (12''), 5 jam spoons (4.5''),10 teaspoons (5.75''), 4
       demitasse spoons (5''), a pierced ladle (6.25''), a large ladle (13.25''), 2 dessert/bouillon
       spoons (7.5''),15 cream soup spoons (7'') and a pair of tongs (5.75''), all engraved with a
       fox, 77 pcs, 210 oz tw approximately, est:$1500/2000
       Condition:
       Good condition overall. General marks, scratches, rubbing, spotting and slight
       tarnishing commensurate with age and use. More tarnishing to some pieces than
       others. Would benefit from light cleaning overall. Rubbing to fox monogramme and
       handle decoration commensurate with age and use.

1270   A Barnard Victorian sterling coffee tea service
       1867-1868, London, with maker's mark of John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard,
       comprising a coffeepot (11.75'' x 10'' x 5.25''), a teapot (9.25'' x 10'' x 6''), a cream jug
       (6.75'' x 5.5'' x 3''), and a double-handled sugar bowl (6.5'' x 7.5'' x 5''), all with
       acanthus-sheathed handles, female masks suspending floral swags and oval medallions
       centering a fox, each on a leaf-tip cast circular foot, the cream jug and sugar bowl with
       gilt-washed interiors, 90.5 oz tw approximately, est:$3000/4000
       Condition: Coffeepot (34 oz) hot water pot (31.5 oz), sugar bowl (15 oz) & cream jug (10
       oz) Good overall condition. With very well executed chased relief and engraved
       decoration overall. General light marks, scratches and tarnishing commensurate with
       age and use. Finials to coffee and teapots loose and slightly bent. With a small dent to
       body of coffeepot. Handle to same slightly loose. A few dings to body of sugar bowl.
       Cream jug with some light spotting to surface.

				
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