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LotPictureDescription (SPORTING LOTS 1-38)Estimate
1 U.S. M1 Carbine made by Underwood and sold through Blue Sky Arlington, VA 30 cal. Basic M1 Carbine with bayonet lug removed. The metal is in good condition with good bright bore. The wood shows much wear and would rate fair condition. #1368129 400 - 500
2 Arisaka Type 99 Long Rifle in 7.7c. The barrel measures 31.4" with aircraft sights. The metal is in good condition. Mum has been removed. The wood is in poor condition. The barrel length and aircraft sights make for a more desirable model. #999 200 - 300
3 Large group of loading equipment, to include: dies, powder measure, powder dispenser, Dillion Electronic scale, RCBS "Powder Pro" digital scale, plus dies for 223 match and 30 cal., RCBS Trimmate case prep, and more. 200 - 500
4 Large group of range shooting and cleaning equipment for 223 and 30 cal., to include: rifle stocks 30 cal. forearms with weights for AR15s, wooden bench rest, gun cleaning rods and products, slings, special triggers and misc. gun parts and marine rifle creed "M1 Garand Timeless Tribute" limited Bradfort exchange. #A0572 100 - 200
5 Pachmayr Gun Works Super Deluxe case. Appears to be a pistol range case with assorted pistol grips. Overall very good except for some material fraying at front edges. 50 - 75
6 Amadeo Rossi "The Overland" Double Barrel Hammer Couch Gun sold through Interarms, Alexandria, VA, 12g. 3". The barrels measure 20-1/4". The plain stock has a round knob grip with solid Rossi butt plate and semi-beavertail forearm. This gun appears in new unfired condition. #T162542 200 - 300
7 G. Zabalay for Richland Arms Michigan Model 711, SxS, 10g. Mag. 3-1/2". The barrels measure 32-1/4" with solid rib and extractors. The receiver has light engraving with double triggers and automatic safety. The walnut stock has a pistol grip with cap and beavertail forearm. The L.O.P is 14-1/4" over a rubber recoil pad sling attachments. Overall very good condition. #79950 300 - 500
8 Remington M3200 with Select Fancy wood and Briley thin wall chokes. The barrels measure 30" with Briley VX steel chokes SK, IC, LM, Mod, and IM, along with lengthened forcing cones. The stock and forearm are highly figured walnut with fancy checkering. The pistol grip cap has a gold plated center and ends with a solid narrow rubber pad. The L.O.P. is 14" and 13-1/2" to end of wood. All factory upgrades have been completed. This gun was set up for sporting clays and tower shoots. Overall very good plus to excellent. #18667 1,200 - 2,000
9 Beretta Model S687 Silver Pigeon Ultralight in 12g. 2-3/4". The vent rib barrels measure 28" with Beretta screw in chokes. The receiver is engraved with game scenes and scrollwork, with single selective triggers and ejectors. The walnut stock has Schnabel forearm and true oil finish with solid pad to 15" L.O.P. and 14" to end of wood. This gun was recently hand finished by Midwest Gun Works to as new condition. #M11310B 1,200 - 2,000
10 Ranger Model 103 made by Marlin for Sears O/U in 16g. 2-3/4". The barrels measure 28" with a rolled matte top surface and Mod/Full chokes with extractors. The receiver is blued with double triggers and automatic safety. The stock is walnut with a pistol grip and cut checkering. The L.O.P. is 14-1/4" ending in a rubber pad marked Ranger. This model does not have the Sears label. The condition shows in use wear but overall a good solid O/U. #R6977 300 - 400
11 Winchester M12 Pump in 16g. 2-3/4". The plain barrel measures 28" and marked Mod. The stock is plain with a pistol grip and grooved forearm. The length of pull is 13-1/4" ending in a solid "Decelerator" pad. Some light in use wear to wood, otherwise overall very good. #1715045 300 - 400
12 Stevens Model 311A SxS in 12g. The barrels measure 28" choked Mod/Full. The full case colored receiver is marked Stevens Model 311 Savage Arms Corp. Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A. with double triggers and extractors. The stock and forearm are not original with cheek piece and figured walnut. Metal is in very good to excellent condition with full color. #537 300 - 400
13 Winchester M12 Field Grade Pump 12g. The plain barrel measures 30" and marked Full. The pistol grip stock ends in a solid Winchester butt plate and flat bottom grooved forearm. This M12 is in very good plus condition, shows very little wear. #1323387 350 - 500
14 Winchester M12 Field Grade Pump in 16g. 2-3/4". The plain barrel measures 28" and marked Mod. The plain stock has a pistol grip and grooved forearm with original Winchester butt plate. The barrel is reblued and the receiver has flaking. The wood is good but needs a coat of stock oil. Overall good condition, a great knockabout. Serial numbers do not match #1134354 200 - 300
15 Mossberg Model 183D Bolt Action 410 3". The barrel measures 24" with a Mossberg screw on choke marked M. The stock is plain with a grooved trigger guard and plastic butt plate (not original). Neat knockabout or trainer in good condition. NSN 75 - 150
16 Colt Lightning Slide Action Rifle in 38cal. The octagon barrel is 26" with full length tube magazine. The Colt name and Hartford address are stamped on barrel. The blue is totally worn. The walnut straight stock has an oil finish with crescent butt plate. The checkered forearm has been repaired on the left side. The bore has some pitting, overall fair to good condition. #7336 500 - 1,000
17 Remington Model 12 Pump Rifle in 22c. The round barrel measures 22" with good bore and buckhorn rear sight. The plain straight stock ends in a solid Remington butt plate and grooved forearm. The overall condition is very good. #683550 250 - 350
18 Remington Model 550-1 Autoloader in 22 S, L, & LR. The barrel measures 24'' with tubular magazine. The floating chamber allows the use of all three 22c. sizes. The stock is plain with a pistol grip and solid Remington butt plate. In overall very good condition. NSN 150 - 300
19 Winchester M190 SemiAutomatic rifle in 22 L or LR. The round barrel measures 20" with full length tube magazine. The stock and forearm are plain with a solid Winchester butt plate. Overall very good condition. #B2019483 125 - 225
20 Steven Favorite Model 30 in 22 L.R. The half octagon, half round barrel measures 21" with open sights. The barrel is marked MFG by Savage Arms Inc. Lake Field, Ont. Canada. Imported by Savage Arms Inc., Westfield, MA, USA. This later Model Favorite is well made with walnut stock and forearm, nicely finished. As new. #379886 150 - 200
21 Group of (6) decorative shorebirds, to include: (4) early style in feeding position with string carry hole in tail; "Spotted Sandpiper" by "HFAY" with two piece body, signed and titled on bottom of base; and Robin Snipe with glass eyes, age and maker unknown. 200 - 300
22 THOMAS BUTTONOW (Sag Harbor, New York, 20th century), carved and painted full body Canada goose field decoy mounted on wood base, signed and stamped on bottom. Losses to leg joints and neck. 18-3/4"h, 27-1/2"l. 150 - 200
23 Pair of life size Broad Bill by Capt. Fred Muhs. Carved in 1999 and signed on bottom. Both in excellent condition. Capt. Fred Muhs was a world class carver. Some of his ducks are displayed at the Ward Museum. He won several prizes at the World and National competitions. He has recently passed away. He has had a strong following by Long Island collectors. 600 - 1,000
24 Group of (2) miniatures to include: Red-breasted Merganser "Crowell-Copy" by Anthony Hillman; Goldeneye by Kevin W. Moreau 1995. Both in near excellent condition. 100 - 200
25 KEITH MUELLER, Black Bellied Plover. K. Mueller has won "World Campion Carvers" five times and is considered one of today's finest bird artists. The bill and tail tips have been hit, otherwise in very good condition. 100 - 200
26 E. LYNN FOREHAND (American, d. 2008), owl wood carving with bird, signed "E.L.F." on branch, attached to wood base. Losses to bird tail feathers, possible repair to owl ear tuft. 13"h (excluding base). 100 - 200
27 Pair of hand painted sporting silhouettes on wood plaques, inscribed "R. Clark" to verso, one dated April 1955. Minor surface scratches and wear. Each plaque 7-1/2"h, 5-1/2"w. 200 - 300
28 FRANK WESTON BENSON (American, 1862-1951), "Rippling Water", etching, signed lower left, gallery label with title to verso. Image 9-3/4"h, 7-3/4"w. 150 - 200
29 J.W. MOONEY (American School, 20th century), flying mallards, oil on canvas board, signed and dated '49 lower right. Few surface abrasions, dirt and grime. Board 18"h, 24"w. 200 - 300
30 Group of (4) A.B. FROST chromolithographs, published by Charles Scribner's Sons, N.Y., 1903, to include: "Ordered Off"; "Gun Shy"; We've Got Him"; and "Bad Luck". Unframed, as found with tears and losses, some water stains. Approx 11-1/4"h, 16-1/4"w. 75 - 125
31 WILLIAM J. SCHALDACH (American, 1896-1982), "Eastern Brook Trout", chromolithograph, pencil signed lower right. Toning. Image 12-1/2"h, 17-1/4"w. 75 - 125
32 Trout and creel (19th century), oil on board, unsigned. Artwork not fitted to frame, few surface scratches. Board 12-1/4"h, 18-1/2"w. 150 - 200
33 RALPH BOYER (American, 1879-1952), trout, drypoint, pencil signed lower right and inscribed illegibly at bottom. Toning, foxing. Plate 5"h, 7"w. 100 - 200
34 Group of (3) decorative painted wood fish decoys, second half 20th century. Loss of one fin. Largest fish 8-1/2"l. 75 - 125
35 Climax floating minnow bucket. The base color is green with a gold stripe and silver lettering. The fish is black with gold scales. The wire drop-in cage has very little oxidation. A gold stamp on back of bucket reads "Cream City Ware". Overall very good condition with wonderful graphics. 100 - 200
36 Group of (5) fishing items, to include: Falls City minnow bucket; (2) belt worm containers; "Surf Queen" wooden winch reel with ball bearing spindle; and UTK "Penny Reel" marked 60 on foot with raised pillars and bone handle. 75 - 100
37 Group of (10) early fishing items, to include: (6) painted cork bobbers; (3) Musky-Pike spinners by W.T. J. Lowe, Buffalo, NY, G.M. Skinner, Clayton, NY, and Pflueger 'Muskill'; and South Bend Bucktail hook on card. 50 - 100
38 Vintage greenheart wood "Spey casting" style salmon fly rod, 3 piece with 2 tips. Rod & case EOT 14' C. Play Fair & Co. Aberdeen, N. B. Rod in proper cloth bag and wooden rod carrier. A wooden 3 piece landing net marked HAWCO and a Hardy Tail loop. In as found condition with sales receipt from Army & Navy store, Westminster SWI- 2/7/36. 150 - 250
39 WWII U.S. Navy Buships sextant in wood case with plaque "Mark II 10731, Contract NO. No.97652 1942, AJAX Engineering Co., Chicago Ill." with AJAX inspection certificate attached to interior case. Case 5"h, 11-3/4"w, 11-1/4"d. 100 - 150
40 Baker Compass Co., Melrose, Massachusetts, gimbaled ships compass, marked "2808", in wooden box. Wear from use. Compass 8-1/2"dia. 100 - 200
41 Large ship lantern in black paint with molded glass lens, unmarked. 17-3/4"h, 8"w, 7-1/2"d. 100 - 200
42 Carved and painted wood ship model with cotton sails and windowed cabins below deck, having three life boats and other details, unmarked. 28"h, 34"l. As found with breaks and losses. Provenance: Long Island North Shore home of Harold Hathaway Weekes to the present owners by descent. 150 - 250
43 TOMMASO DE SIMONE (Italian, c.1805-1888), "Lewis L. Squire", American ship in harbor, gouache, signed and dated 1875 lower right, titled at bottom. Foxing and staining. Sight 18-1/2"h, 26-1/4"w. 300 - 500
44 "Vamoose" William Randolph Hearst's steam powered yacht, engraving, by H.C. ROST, pencil signed lower right, copyright 1895. Toning, waving, acid burn. Image 7-3/4"h, 21-3/4"w. 150 - 200
45 Titanic 1912 postcard, with bottom caption: "The S. S. `Titanic'; 882 ft. long; the largest ship in the world; sunk April 15, 1912...", posted from the Hudson River Terminal to Southold, NY, Sept 1912, framed with facsimile of verso. Minor creasing and wear to edges, small tear lower right. Postcard 3-1/2"h, 5-1/2"w, overall frame 19"h, 14"w. 150 - 250
46 Coat of Arms, combining the crests of the British and German names of Turner and Prillaman, with secondary names and coats of arms for Ross, Snidow, Deshazo, and Green at bottom, gold, silver, and gouache on vellum, 19th century. Minor flaking, staining in margins. Sight 16-1/2"h, 12-1/4"w. 150 - 250
47 George Washington's tomb memorial art (19th century), watercolor collaged with dried cypress branch, depicting the tomb with American and French flags, inscribed "Branche de Cypres Coupee a Mont-Vernon Sur le Tombeau du General Washington le 24 Mai 1821" at bottom, "Marchand de Couleurs" label, U.S. Custom's sticker, and U.S. stamp on verso. Toning, minor foxing. Sight 14-3/4"h, 11"w. 200 - 300
48 AUGUSTE JACQUES REGNIER (French, 1787-1860), "Life of George Washington: The Citizen", color lithograph, after the painting by Junius Brutus Stearns. Foxing. Image 17-1/4"h, 23-1/2"w. 200 - 300
49 Charles Lindbergh framed ephemera collection, includes: (9) b/w photographs ((5) copyrighted by Underwood), and a Spirit of St. Louis brass button. Minor tear to one photograph. Largest photograph 6"h, 9-1/2"w, overall frame 18"h, 36-1/2"w. 75 - 125
50 Group of (9) early Long Island Railroad photographs, to include: Wading River summer train, 1904; #54 Long Island City, 1899; #79 passing Hyde Park, 1899; #27 & oil train, 1899; train yard, undated; #58 Morris Park, 1903; Special, officials at Ronkonkoma, 1903; #203, undated; and Manorville train station, 1922, later reprint. All unframed, two mounted to board, one matted, toning, minor wear to edges. Manorville train station 8"h, 10"w. 100 - 200
51 New York Central System train engine plaque for the Niagara locomotive #6001, cast aluminum, accompanied by photograph of the train with attached plaque, labeled Harmon, NY, c.1946. Plaque 171-2/"h, 19-1/2"w, 5"d, photograph 10"h, 8"w. 200 - 400
52 "Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World with Descriptions", published by A.J. Johnson, New York, 1864, with hand colored engraved maps and illustrations, in black cloth cover with gilt lettering. As found, unbound, boards detached, tears and losses throughout, lacking title page. 18-1/2"h, 14-1/2". 200 - 300
53 Large alligator suitcase with brass locks and trans world airline sticker. Shows wear from use. 29"l, 20"w, 9"d. 100 - 200
54 Louis Vuitton soft suitcase, monogrammed "R.L.", marked to bottom. Ripped zipper and worn from use. 18"h, 27"w, 8-1/2"d. 150 - 250
55 "L'Espagne Grandiose et Fantastique" book folio with (32) color illustrations after the original designs by Serge Rovinsky, 1932, in hard cover portfolio with images laid to loose text sheets as issued. Spine separating, wear to cover, water staining and minor tears to edges of text (images not affected). Portfolio 16"h, 13"w 2"d. 200 - 300
56 Seine (Continental School, 20th century), oil on canvas, signed illegibly lower right, inscribed and dated "Paris 1953" lower left. Small hole upper left. Canvas 18-1/2"h, 22"w. 200 - 300
57 W. SCHNEIDER (20th century), Mediterranean coastal landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Dirt and grime. Canvas 27"h, 39"w. 300 - 500
58 "Marseille" (20th century), oil on canvas, signed illegibly and dated lower right, signed, titled, and dated 1937 to verso. Two small holes with inpainted birds in sky, craquelure, dirt and grime. Canvas 15"h, 18-1/4"w. 200 - 300
59 Afternoon at the beach (20th century), oil on panel signed illegibly lower right. Light dirt and grime, minor surface abrasions. Panel 12"h, 16"w. 200 - 300
60 ALAIN GAUDIN (French, b. 1951), shellfish fishermen, watercolor and gouache, signed and inscribed lower right "les pecheurs de coquillages, plage de la Baule a maree basse". Laid to board, minor water damage and foxing. Sight 10-3/4"h, 8"w. 300 - 400
61 EUGENE PECHAUBES (French, 1890-1967), harness race, oil on board, signed lower right. Surface scratch to sky, light dirt, grime, and foxing. Board 8-3/4"h, 11"w. 400 - 600
62 LEOPOLD SURVAGE (French/Russian, 1879-1968), "Port Vendres", watercolor on board, signed, titled and dated 25 lower right, bears Art Institute of Chicago 1931 Exhibition label to verso. Minor toning and foxing. Board 13"h, 16"w. 500 - 700
63 LEOPOLD SURVAGE (French/Russian, 1879-1968), "Ploare", watercolor on board, signed and titled lower right. Light toning and foxing. Board 9-1/2"h, 13"w. 400 - 600
64 LEOPOLD SURVAGE (French/Russian, 1879-1968), houses in landscape, watercolor, pencil signed lower left. Unframed, laid down with matting, toning, tear upper left. Sight 8-3/4"h, 13-1/2"w. 300 - 500
65 KONSTANTY MACKIEWICZ (Polish, 1894-1985), tree lined path, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Canvas 25-1/2"h, 30-1/4"w. 800 - 1,000
66 JAN SKLENAR (Czech, 20th century), winter landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, dent with loss lower right, scratch with inpaint lower left. Canvas 24"h, 29"w. 150 - 250
67 C.S. WILTSCHEK (Austrian, 20th century) portrait of woman, signed lower right, in Newcomb Macklin frame, bears original frame label. Dents and surface scratches to canvas, cracking and wear to frame surface. Canvas 30"h, 25"w, overall frame 34"h, 29"w. 400 - 600
68 Metal lamp with boy whistling by street light with mica shade. Overall 29-1/4"h 150 - 250
69 Pair of French bronze and marble six light candelabra, having five arms coming from animal mouths, on tripod animal base with paw feet, on trefoil stepped slate base. Small chip to one base and one column at top, missing one faux candle, electrified. 24"h (excluding fixture). 400 - 600
70 19th century Italian carved console table with marble top, in pale blue with carved quiver, torch, ribbon and bell flowers swag decoration on fluted legs. Repair to right swag. 35-1/2"h, 46-3/4"w, 18-1/4"d. 200 - 400
71 Pair of footed bronze and metal garnitures on onyx bases, lion head handles and portrait bust crest to center on both sides, unmarked. One urn with crack to foot, corrosion, chips to bases. 12"h, 8-1/8"w. 100 - 200
72 Pair 18th/19th century painted Venetian chairs in pale blue with gilt highlights. Restored and alteration to legs. 37-1/2"h, 19-1/2"w, 18-1/2"d. 200 - 300
73 Large Continental Rococo style carved giltwood oval mirror, putto figural crest above acanthus and scroll surround with two single light candle branches, 19th/20th century. Regilded, several repairs with touchups. 80-1/2"h, 47"w. 1,500 - 2,000
74 Louis XVI open arm chair with carved floral detail and fluted round tapering legs, in distressed paint. Minor repairs, wear to upholstery. 35-3/4"h, 24"w, 23-3/4"d. 75 - 150
75 Trumeaux mirror with classical garden scene with figures, 19th/20th century. 52-3/4"h, 33"w. 200 - 300
76 Oriental rug. Uneven wear, stains. 11'9"w, 15'4"l. 200 - 300
77 Oriental runner. 20'7"l, 2'7"w. 150 - 200
78 Small flatweave rug. 5'l, 3'2"w. Provenance: Estate of a private New York collector. 75 - 125
79 French brass display case with a single door, rounded corners panels with curved glass, four adjustable shelves and mirrored bottom. Crack to door glass panel (Note: door frame unscrews at bottom). 68-3/4"h, 36-1/2"w, 14"d. 400 - 600
80 French bronze music stand with floral decorated wood music tray having double swing arm brass candlesticks, mounted on bronze arrow form pole on tripod base, initialed "LC" on bottom of foot, 19th/20th century. 49"h, 20"w. 200 - 300
81 Pair of bronze two light mirrored sconces having urn flanked by porpoises at top, unmarked. One mirror with ding at top left edge. 22"h, 8-1/2"w. 100 - 200
82 Portrait of Roman nobleman (Continental School, 18th/19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, inscribed "Roma" center left. Craquelure, patched repair bottom center, inpaint. Canvas 30"h, 25-1/4"w. 800 - 1,200
83 Ladies (Venetian School, 18th/19th century), oil on panel, unsigned. Panel warped, craquelure, scattered inpaint. Panel 6-1/2"h, 5"w. 200 - 300
84 Cows near water's edge (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Wax relined, craquelure. Canvas 16"h, 20"w. 100 - 200
85 Pastoral landscape with cows and sheep (Continental School, 19th century), oil on panel, unsigned. As found with losses, repaired split to panel, craquelure, scattered inpaint, unframed. Panel 12"h, 15-3/4"w. 300 - 400
86 Group of (4) Continental School, 19th century landscapes, oil on canvas laid to burlap, unsigned. Craquelure, minor inpaint, dirt and grime. Canvas 8"h, 11-1/4"w. 400 - 600
87 F. HUGHES (20th century), "Cagdwith in Cornwall, England", oil on board, signed and dated 1966 lower left, inscribed with title and artist to verso. Crease to lower left corner, varnish yellowed, under glass. Board 11"h, 14"w. 150 - 200
88 Portrait of a gentleman (British School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Relined, craquelure, restoration with inpaint. Canvas 36-1/4"h, 29"w. 200 - 300
89 Portrait of a lady (British School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, surface abrasions, minor tears and repairs, scattered inpaint. Canvas 30-1/4"h, 25-1/4"w. 200 - 300
90 Warrington tall case clock by James Robinson, painted face with moon phase and seconds hand, marked "Jas Robinson, Warrington", seated in a later cherry case. 90-1/2"h, 21-1/2"w, 10-1/2"d. 350 - 550
91 English oak gateleg table with one drawer and oval top, 19th century. Repairs. 25-1/2"h, 36"w, 13-3/4"d(closed). 200 - 400
92 Group of (5) brass lighting items, to include: (2) pairs of 19th century English brass candlesticks on circular bases with push up mechanism, (misshapen bottom rim), larger pair 10-3/4"h; and brass four wick Lucerne whale oil lamp with attached tools and hand shaped holding ring at top, (missing one tool), 24-1/4"h. 150 - 250
93 Group of (5) brass pricket sticks, to include: one pair with triangular base on three paw feet, 9-1/4"h(excluding spike); pair of Virginia Metalcrafters shaped with circular bases, marked, 7-1/2"h(excluding spike); one similar shaped with circular base, 7-5/8"h(excluding spike). 100 - 200
94 17th century bronze mortar decorated with garland draped urns flanked by columns. Expected wear from age. 3-3/4"h, 5-3/4"dia. 150 - 250
95 Bronze filigree desk thermometer. Thermometer broken, lacking safety for stand. 15-3/4"h. 50 - 75
96 Nickel mounted oak desk stand on ball feet with single drawer and engraved inscription "Presented to Mr. D. Beberidge by a few members & friends of Kettle U.P. Church Choir on the Occasion of His Marriage" to center handle. Drawer missing pull, some loss of veneer. 5"h, 12"w, 7-1/4"d. 75 - 150
97 Large cast iron charger with relief mythological figures and faces, hallmarked to back "MN" with obelisk. 17-1/2"dia. 150 - 250
98 Continental silverplate tea caddy having elaborate relief plaques depicting classical scenes, including battle scene, daily life, and cartouches with angels to sides, front panel signed "Henry" lower right, hallmarked on back corner. 6-1/2"h, 8"w, 5-3/4"d. 400 - 600
99 Gorham bronze cross with crucifixion scene having vine, grape and cherub decoration, marked on verso. 9"h, 5-1/4"w. 100 - 200
100 Austrian bronze ashtray with spider and web, marked on bottom. Wear from use. 4-5/8"l, 3-3/4"w. 50 - 100
101 Adolphe Boulenger French silverplated brass leaf dish with relief insects and birds, hallmarked. Plate loss. 13"l. 75 - 125
102 Miniature violin with chin rest and bow, in fitted case, unmarked. Minor surface abrasions, craquelure to varnish. 7-1/2"l. 50 - 75
103 Wood micro mosaic of Spittlerthor Castle, by Johann Adelhard, signed and dated lower right. Some light splitting and separating to wood. Mosaic 5-3/4"h, 5"w. 150 - 250
104 19th century Continental birds eye maple table top screen with beaded Renaissance style portrait of a young hunter. Some bead losses, repairs. Overall 15-1/2"h, 12-1/2"w. 150 - 250
105 KPM hand painted porcelain plaque "Gypsy Boy", unsigned, incised KPM scepter mark and measurements on verso. Unframed, minor scratches to neck. Plaque 12-1/4"h, 10"w. 800 - 1,200
106 Pair of large Staffordshire polychromed porcelain figures, man and woman each seated on tree trunk with basket of fruit, unmarked. Crazing and surface loss. 13-1/4"h. 100 - 200
107 Wemyss pottery pig with pink rose design, signed on bottom. Crazing. 4-7/8"h, 6"l. 100 - 200
108 AMALRIC WALTER (French, 1870-1959), mouse paperweight modeled by Henri Berge, pate-de-verre, signed in the mold "A. Walter Nancy and H. Berge". Possible repaired chip to bottom. 3-1/2"h. 800 - 1,200
109 Daum, Pate de Verre glass dish with beetle on leaf in purple and green, signed on bottom. 4"l, 3-1/4"w. 100 - 200
110 Daum glass duck group, signed on bottom "Daum, France" with original box. 2-3/4"h. 100 - 200
111 Sabino opalescent glass "Enfantine" bowl, marked on bottom "Sabino, Paris". Minor scratches to surface. 3"h, 6-1/2"dia. 100 - 200
112 Lalique Malaga frosted wine rinser with grape and vine relief decoration, acid etched signature on bottom. Inside rim ground down on one side. 6-1/2"h, 5-3/4"dia. 150 - 250
113 Group of (2) Lalique glass items with original boxes, to include: "Cendrier" with St. Nicolas pattern, signed on bottom, 1-1/2"h, 4-1/2"dia; and "Enfants" box, signed on bottom and Lalique sticker on top center lid , 3-1/8"h, 4-1/4"dia. 150 - 200
114 Baccarat dolphin form lamp base, acid etched mark. 9"h to top of tail. 150 - 250
115 Loetz green iridescent bowl on metal stand with vine and flower decoration, unmarked. Stand slightly misshapen. Overall 6-1/4"h. 100 - 200
116 Green iridescent bowl with shaped rim and frosted abstract design, unmarked. 3-3/4"h, 7"w. 75 - 125
117 Pair Steuben glass vases with scroll foot, signed on bottom. 7-1/4"h, 4-3/4"dia. 100 - 200
118 Group of (2) pairs of Mary Gregory decorated black glass items, to include: pair of Kosmos Brenner oil lamps with landscape and figural scene, (one base with crack from chip at rim), 11-1/4"h; pair footed vases with floral decoration and gold trim, (surface wear), 11-1/4"h. 200 - 300
119 Group of (5) glass table items, to include: pair of footed wine glasses with hand-painted gold scroll design, (minor surface wear) 7-1/2"h; footed wine glass with green colored cup and hand painted gold decoration (one chip, minor surface wear), 7-3/4"h; footed vase with three intertwined flutes, gold hand-painted leaf design, (some surface wear, fleabite to rim), 15"h; vase with figural hand painted design in white and gold scroll decor, (some roughness to rim), 11-1/4"h. 100 - 200
120 Chinese Famille Rose porcelain vase mounted as lamp. Glaze losses and touch ups. 11"h 150 - 250
121 Large Imari porcelain charger having border of alternating cartouches of squirrels and grapevines, unsigned. 18"dia. 200 - 400
122 Large Imari porcelain charger having hand painted orange, blue and gilt floral decoration, signed. Some surface wear. 17-3/4"dia. 200 - 300
123 Large Chinese blue and white porcelain planter with foliate decoration, unmarked. Chip to rim. 13-3/4"h, 16"dia. 100 - 200
124 Chinese four panel lacquered screen with mixed stone inlay and gilt decoration featuring horses, 20th century. Minor losses to edges and some abrasions to stonework. 72"h, 64"w overall. 200 - 300
125 Group of (7) vessels and bowls: large carved and dyed gourd, 17"h; red and yellow painted wood footed bowl with lid; carved and painted lidded gourd with horns to sides; two Southwest stone bowls with etched and painted pattern, one with lizard, 6-1/4"dia; small stone bowl with etched flower decoration and painted details; and stone oval lidded box with etched boar to lid and etched and painted band around bottom. 50 - 75
126 Pair of Southwest Native American blue and yellow beaded belts. Minor bead loss. Largest 57"l. 75 - 125
127 Southwest Native American beaded belt with stars on white ground. Minor bead loss. 31-3/4"l. 100 - 150
128 Large pictorial coiled storage basket with lid, having four surrounding lizards near bottom and overall leaf decoration. Some minor wear, base slightly collapsed to one side. Approx 36"h, 32"dia. 400 - 800
129 PETER RAY MWASHA (Tanzanian, b.1981), two figures, oil on paper, signed and dated '05 lower right. Sheet 16-1/2"h, 11-3/4"w. 300 - 400
130 BOB BILINYARRA (Aboriginal, Wulaki Tribe, c.1920-1978), totem (diver bird looking for catfish in a water hole at Gadji), natural pigment on eucalyptus bark, bears typed and hand written label on verso with artist and description. Board 6-1/2"h, 17-1/2"w. Board lightly warped, minor smudging to pigments. 300 - 400
131 GONZALO TORRICO PRADO (Bolivian 1956-2015), man in profile carrying basket, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Few dents, small hole right center. Canvas 39"h, 27-1/2"w. 200 - 300
132 Group of (2) Caribbean School paintings, 20th century, includes: figures near basket and figure carrying fruit, oil on canvas board, unsigned. Unframed, losses and wear to edges. Boards 24"h, 18"w. 150 - 250
133 MANUEL LEPE MACEDO (Mexican, 1936-1984), group of (2) works, to include: children swimming, signed lower right, mixed media on paper laid to masonite, unframed, water damage to lower right; and "Las Ninos de mi Pueblo", color lithograph, pencil signed, dated '78, and titled at bottom, waving, image 18"h, 24-1/2"w. 300 - 400
134 Set of (3) Aalto style stools, 20th century. Some wear from use. 17-1/2"h, 14"dia. 100 - 200
135 Pair of I.B. Kofod-Larson lounge chairs having a curved teak plywood back, upholstered seat on beech frame, marked "Made in Denmark". Joints reglued and some reinforced with bracket, seats reupholstered. 29-1/2"h, 22"w, 24-3/4"d. 150 - 250
136 Danish modern rosewood rolltop cylinder desk, mid 20th century. Some loss of veneer, staining. 37-3/4"h, 34-3/4"w, 18-3/4"d. 250 - 450
137 Sigurd Ressell "Falcon" chair having a wood frame and leather upholstery, marked "Vatne Mobler, Made in Norway". Leather ties for back cushion torn and missing. 39-1/2"h, 30-1/2"w, 32-1/2"d. 200 - 300
138 Venetian style rectangular mirror with quadrilobed mirror frame, floral etching and flower glass rosettes, 20th century. Loss to one rosette. Overall 24-3/4"h, 22-1/2"w. 200 - 300
139 Brass modern side table with interlocking x-form base and square glass top. 14-1/2"h, 16"sq. 75 - 125
140 SHIN HIGUCHI (Japanese, b. 1925), convex cube, mixed media, signed and dated '75. Scratches and minor abrasions to surface. 4-1/4"h, 4-1/2"w, 4-1/2"d. 300 - 400
141 A. SILNA (20th century), abstract, marble on base, signed and dated '78. 13"h (excluding base). 150 - 250
142 ANTHONY KRIKHAAR (Danish, b.1940), "Landscape East Lynch", oil on board, monogrammed and dated '89 lower left, signed, titled, and dated to verso. Float mounted. Board 18"h, 20"w. 200 - 300
143 SALVADOR DALI (Spanish, 1904-1989), "Dressed in the Nude in the Surrealist Fashion", etching on lithograph, pencil signed and numbered at bottom, artist proof on Arches paper, from the Memories of Surrealism portfolio, 1971. Plate 20-3/4"h, 16-1/2"w. 800 - 1,200
144 WILL BARNETT (American, 1918-1992), "Aurora", serigraph, pencil signed, dated 1977, titled, and numbered at bottom. Image 16-1/2"h, 40"w. 300 - 500
145 MARK B. SCHIFF (American, 20th century), "Sweet Tooth", lithograph in colors, pencil signed, dated '91, titled, and numbered at bottom. Float mounted. Sheet 24"h, 34"w. 200 - 300
146 MARK MCDOWELL (American, b.1954), "Maynard, Don't forget Your Mittens", mixed media on canvas, signed, dated 87, and titled to verso. Stretcher repaired. 60"h, 50-1/2"w. 800 - 1,200
147 Carnival street scene (American School, 20th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Unframed, minor losses around edges. Canvas 20"h, 24"w. 200 - 300
148 JACOB RABINOWITZ (20th/21st century), cityscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Canvas waving slightly. Canvas 12"h, 38"w. 200 - 300
149 U. BALDACCINI (American, 20th century), office interior with cityscape and figures , oil on masonite, signed and dated 1957 lower right. Minor losses, varnish yellowed. Board 25-1/2"h, 40"w. 300 - 500
150 LOUIS CONRAD ROSENBERG (American, 1890-1983), "Royal Insurance Building of Canada", etching, pencil signed lower right. Plate 12"h, 6-1/2"w. 100 - 200
151 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Jamaica Town Hall" (Municipal Courthouse, Parsons Boulevard and Jamaica Avenue), gelatin silver print, numbered 249 in the negative top left, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #249, and dated June 1, 1937 in pencil and ink. 8"h, 10"w. Unframed, light wear to edges. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Outer Boroughs, Queens) plate 12. 800 - 1,200
152 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Doorway: 16-18 Charles Street", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #302, and dated June 1, 1938 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, uneven margins, light wear to edges. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Greenwich Village) plate 27. 600 - 800
153 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Fifth Avenue Theatre Interior: entrance from 1185 Broadway", gelatin silver print, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #L-38, and dated November 2, 1938 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, uneven margins, light wear to edges, few small adhesion spots upper right. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Middle West Side) plate 19. 600 - 800
154 BERENICE ABBOTT (American, 1898-1991), "Country Store: Interior, Ewen Avenue", gelatin silver print, numbered 15 in the negative top right, artist's "Federal Art Project 'Changing New York'" and caption stamps to verso, with title, location, negative #15, and dated October 11, 1935 in ink. 10"h, 8"w. Unframed, light wear to edges. Literature: "Berenice Abbott, Changing New York, The Complete WPA Project", Yochelson, The Museum of the City of New York, 1997, (Outer Boroughs, Bronx) plate 2. 600 - 800
155 Group (2) Arts and Crafts Mission oak armchairs: Grand Rapids Bookcase and Chair Co. armchair, labeled on stretcher, cushion needs upholstery, 34-1/2"h, 25"w, 22"d; and a large painted armchair with rush seat, remnants of green paint, wear, losses to seat, 39-3/4"h, 28"w, 23"d. 100 - 200
156 Arts and Crafts oak Mission rocking armchair with painted linen seat. Some wear. 36"h, 27-1/2"w, 33-1/2"d. 100 - 200
157 Argand style two light brass lamp with cut crystal prisms, 20th century. One arm needs tightening, minor chips to crystals. 17-1/2"h, 16-1/2"w. 100 - 200
158 Arts and Crafts wall clock, "Jupiter" model, Sessions Clock Co., original instructions attached to verso. Overall. 17"h, 9-1/2"w. 100 - 200
159 Assembled pair of octagonal gilt repousse mirrors having shell decoration. Both show wear and dents. 29"h, 16-3/4"w overall. 75 - 125
160 Victorian marble top three drawer dresser with raised burl veneered detail on drawer fronts, set on casters. Small repairs, missing backsplash. 30-1/4"h, 30"w, 16-1/2"d. 75 - 125
161 Green Oriental rug, 20th century. Moth damage. 11'8"l, 9'w. 100 - 200
162 JAMES MONTGOMERY FLAGG (American, 1877-1960), portrait of a gentleman, charcoal and chalk, signed lower left. Toning, light foxing, minor soiling in margins. Sheet 15"h, 12"w. 150 - 250
163 Boy in yellow sweater (American, 20th century), pastel, signed and dated illegibly upper right, in Newcomb Macklin Co. frame with label. Foxing, toning to paper. Sight 21-1/2"h, 17-1/2"w. 100 - 200
164 MORGAN DENNIS (American, 1892-1960), group of (4) etchings, to include: "A Hard Day"; "Its a Wise Child"; "Themselves"; and "For Sale", all pencil signed. Toning, light mat burn. Largest plate (Hard Day) 7-3/4"h, 6-1/4"w. 100 - 200
165 DAVID B. ARMSTRONG (American, 1947-1998), "Window to the Sea", watercolor on paper, ink signed lower left. Light waving to paper. Sight 29-1/2"h, 22"w. 1,200 - 1,800
166 FRANCIS J. QUIRK (American, 1907-1974), ship in harbor, watercolor, signed and dated illegibly lower right. Sight 18-1/2"h, 24-1/4"w. 200 - 300
167 AUGUSTUS CHARLES WYATT (American, 1863-1933), ship at dock, watercolor, signed lower right. Light toning, foxing. Sight 19-1/4"h, 14-1/2"w. 150 - 250
168 JOHN HARE (American, 1908-1978), dunes with water view, watercolor, signed lower right. Sight 6-3/4"h, 8-1/2"w. 200 - 400
169 WILLIAM ZORACH (American, 1887-1966), "River", watercolor, signed and dated 1927 lower right, bears Downtown Gallery, New York label to verso with title. Minor toning, mat board laid down around edges. Sight 14-1/2"h, 21-1/2"w. 800 - 1,200
170 ELIZABETH FULDA (American, 1879-1968), egrets, pastel, signed lower left. Sight 23"h, 18"w. 200 - 300
171 ABRAHAM WALKOWITZ (American, 1878-1965), view of village and church, watercolor, signed and dated 1910 lower right. Minor toning. Sight 11"h, 16-3/4"w. 400 - 600
172 R. FARRELL BROWNE (American, 20th century), "Blossom Time", watercolor, signed lower right, titled on label to verso. Toning, foxing. Sight 9-1/2"h, 13"w. 150 - 250
173 WILLIAM H. HOLMES (American, 1846-1933), hillside, watercolor, signed lower left. Toning. Sight 8-1/4"h, 11-1/4"w. 250 - 350
174 ELLE ASPINWALL (American, 19th/20th century), garden path, watercolor, signed and dated "Sept 1913" lower right. Toning. Sight 10-1/2"h, 8"w. 100 - 200
175 SYLVESTER SHAMAIT (American, 20th century), "The Manor Gate", watercolor, signed lower left, titled to verso. Toning, staining to left side. Sight 13-3/4"h, 20"w. 150 - 250
176 Woman in garden with doves (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Canvas loose, minor losses. Canvas 8"h, 10"w. 100 - 200
177 CHARLES JAY TAYLOR (American, 1855-1929), "September Morning", oil on canvas, signed and dated '99 lower left, titled, signed, and inscribed "Farnham House, Broadway, England" to verso. Stretcher marks, cleaned. Canvas 16"h, 24"w. 600 - 800
178 Woman on path (20th century), oil on canvas, signed and dated illegibly lower right and to verso. Craquelure, few dents, minor losses, stretcher marks. Canvas 28"h, 22"w. 100 - 200
179 Still life flowers and window (American School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Unframed, craquelure. Canvas 22"h x 12"w. 150 - 200
180 SARA HESS (American, 1880-1960), "Peonies", oil on canvas, signed lower right, signed and titled to verso. Light dirt and grime. Canvas 25"sq. 200 - 400
181 CLARA K. KEATING (American, 19th/20th century), lilacs, oil on canvas board, signed and dated 1896 lower left. Minor surfaces abrasions, scattered inpaint. Sight 19-1/2"h, 13-1/2"w. 150 - 250
182 Still life with candle and pansies (early 20th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, inscribed illegibly on stretcher. Varnish yellowed, minor dent right center. Canvas 12"h, 16"w. 150 - 200
183 19th century Federal eglomise carved giltwood mirror, with molded cornice over reverse painted castle, beveled glass, and rosette and block corners. Losses. 35"h, 20-1/4"w overall. 100 - 200
184 New England mahogany tilt top candlestand with oval top and seashell and line inlay decoration. Repairs to top and one foot. 26-1/2"h, 26"w, 18-3/4"d. 100 - 200
185 Pair of two light brass sconces with eagle finials and convex mirrors, stamped "R.P. & CO." to verso. 11-1/2"h, 8-3/4"w. 150 - 250
186 American mahogany veneered Empire chest with three drawers and modified lift-top. Top most likely had mirror, veneer loss, loss to front feet. 42"h, 41-3/4"w, 23"d. 100 - 150
187 19th century American mahogany one drawer stand on turned legs in red stain. 28-3/4"h, 21-1/4"w, 17-1/2"d. 100 - 200
188 Giltwood carved mirror with scroll decoration. Regilded, minor surface losses, mirror replaced. 37"h, 21" overall. 75 - 125
189 Portrait of gentleman (19th century), oil on oval canvas, unsigned. Wax relined, craquelure, inpaint. Canvas 15"h. 200 - 300
190 Portrait of a woman in fur trimmed dress (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. As found, relined, craquelure with cupping, flaking, inpaint. Canvas 31-1/4"h, 25"w. 100 - 200
191 Portrait of Sidney Smith Watts (American School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, inscription on stretcher with sitter's name and "grandfather of Albert Edward Watts, to A.E. Watts from his sister M. J. Watts, 1919". Unframed, craquelure, minor losses. Canvas 30"h, 25"w. 150 - 250
192 Portrait of a Mason seated in painted chair (American School, 19th century), oil on canvas laid to board, unsigned. Craquelure, inpaint. Canvas 30-1/4"h, 25"w. 200 - 400
193 Group of (4) pairs of 19th century English brass candlesticks with push up mechanisms. One missing push up mechanism, some rims misshapen. Largest pair 10-3/4"h. 100 - 200
194 Pair of brass candle sticks with extracting hole and mid drip, along with glass hurricane shades. One shade with rough bottom rim. Hurricane shade 14"h, 7"dia, candlestick 7"h, 3-1/4"w 100 - 200
195 Pair of Virginia Metalcrafters brass curved arm sconces with circular backplate and glass shades with brass oval bottom finial, marked "VM, C W 18-20". 13"h overall. 100 - 200
196 Victorian seven light chandelier with robin's egg blue glass shade and drip rings, brass frame with scroll arms. Overall 32"h, 24"dia. 250 - 450
197 American mahogany tilt top candle stand with shaped top on tripod base. Repairs. 27-1/2"h, 26"w, 22-1/4"d 100 - 200
198 19th century American country step back cupboard in red stain, the top with two sunken paneled doors opening to shelves, set on a base with two drawers and two sunken panel doors. Shows wear from use and age, some repairs. 85"h, 48-3/4"w, 18-1/4"d. 400 - 600
199 Diminutive hanging corner cupboard with single door and interior shelves. 17-3/4"h, 14-1/2"w, 8-1/4"d. 100 - 200
200 Hand painted tole tray with pierced border and handles, having central British ship painting with decorative anchor border, unsigned. Surface abrasions, minor paint loss, and inpaint. 17-3/4"h, 24"w. 100 - 150
201 LLOYD H. THOMAS (20th century), "Sovereign of the Seas", low relief carved painted wood panel depicting three masted ship, signed lower right, artist's label to verso with title. Panel 18"h, 23-3/4"w. Craquelure, light flaking, dirt and grime. 600 - 800
202 19th century American tool chest with painting on inside of lid depicting a ship in rough seas. Wear, missing inserts. 11"h, 23-1/4"w, 14-3/4"d. Painting, 7-3/4"h, 13-1/4"w. 150 - 200
203 B. SNYDER (American, 20th century), "Black Hawk", oil on canvas, signed lower right and lower left, inscribed and titled on verso. Craquelure, dirt and grime. Canvas 16"h, 20"w. 100 - 200
204 JACQUES WILLETT I (Russian/American, 1882-1958), sailboat in moonlight, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, light dirt and grime. Canvas 10"h, 8"w. 100 - 200
205 BIRGE HARRISON (American, 1854-1929), seascape in moonlight, oil on canvas. As found, previously housed under glass, surface unstable. Canvas 18"h, 26"w. 800 - 1,200
206 Grand Manan coastline (American School, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Dirt and grime, minor surface abrasions. Canvas 20"h, 34"w. 300 - 500
207 KATE MILLER (American, 20th century), fishermen casting off, oil on canvas, signed and dated '07 lower right. Unframed, canvas worn with tears around edges of stretcher. Canvas 12"h, 23"w. 200 - 300
208 WALT ASPINALL (American, 20th century), shoreline, oil on canvas board, signed and dated '61 lower right. Dirt and grime, small abrasion upper right. Board 12"h, 16"w. 200 - 300
209 DENNIS WESTERLING (American, b.1944), "California Beach", oil on board, signed lower right, signed and titled to verso, in signed Paul Carter Goodnow frame. Board 6"h, 10-3/4"w. 200 - 400
210 WOODLEY (American School, 20th century), seascape with wave, oil on canvas laid to board, signed lower right. Board 15"h, 30"w. 200 - 400
211 MAX REISINGER (German/American, 20th century), "The Lighthouse", watercolor, signed and dated 1948 lower left, inscribed and titled on verso. Small loss upper right corner, toning. Sight 8-1/4"h, 11"w. 100 - 150
212 OTIS S. WEBER (American, b.1847), sailboats near shoreline, watercolor, signed lower left. Light toning, minor surface soiling. Sight 11-3/4"h, 22"w. 150 - 250
213 HENRY WEBSTER RICE (American, 1853-1934), shoreline with house, signed and dated 1889 lower right. Toning, mat burn. Sight 12-1/4"h, 20"w. 150 - 250
214 R. CHERUBINI (20th century), docks, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, dirt and grime, varnish yellowed. Canvas 28"h, 30"w. 200 - 400
215 C. HJALMAR (CAPPY) AMUNDSEN (American, Long Island, 1911-2010), dock scene, oil on canvas, signed with pseudonym "J.J Enwright", lower left. Light craquelure, stretcher marks. Canvas 20"h, 26"w. 1,000 - 1,500
216 C. HJALMAR (CAPPY) AMUNDSEN (American, 1911-2001), sailboat at dock, oil on canvas board, signed with "J.J. Enwright" pseudonym lower left. Minor craquelure, light dirt and grime. Board 8"h, 10"w. 200 - 300
217 LOUIS LEHTONEN (American, Long Island, 20th century), boat yard, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Minor dirt and grime. Canvas 18"h, 24"w. 300 - 500
218 LOUIS LEHTONEN (American, Long Island, 20th century), ships in harbor, oil on cardboard, unsigned. Light dirt and grime. Board 9"h, 12"w. 150 - 250
219 NETTIE HAWKINS (American, Long Island, 20th century), Port Jefferson Harbor, oil on canvas laid to board, signed and dated 1946 lower right, titled to verso. Minor surface abrasion. Board 8"h, 10"w. 150 - 200
220 "Port Jefferson, NY" home (American School, Long Island, 19th/20th century), oil on canvas, unsigned, titled to verso. Craquelure, patched repairs, canvas loose, small losses, dirt and grime. Canvas 16-1/4"h, 20"w. 150 - 250
221 CHARLES ROSNER (American, Long Island, 1894-1975), "Clipper Ship Golden Eagle", oil on canvas, signed lower left, titled to stretcher. Craquelure with flaking and losses, minor dent left center. Canvas 24"h, 30"w. 800 - 1,200
222 GEORGE H. WHEATLEY (American, Long Island, b.1895), tall ship at sea, oil on canvas board, signed lower right. Minor loss left center. Board 8"h, 10"w. 150 - 200
223 HARRY DAYTON (American, Long Island, 20th century), "Carmans River", oil on masonite, signed lower right, titled to verso. Minor dirt and grime. Board 10"h, 14"w. 200 - 300
224 F. ALVIN ZIMMERLI (American, Long Island, 1906-1987), shoreline with seagulls, watercolor, signed lower left. Sight 9"h, 13"w. 100 - 200
225 "A Panoramic View of Acabonack Harbor with Herons" (American School, 20th century), watercolor, monogrammed "JAK" lower right, titled on matting. Minor mat burn, light surface soiling. Sight 5"h, 18-1/4"w. 100 - 200
226 IRIS WHITBY (American, Long Island, 20th century), group of (2) watercolors, to include Montauk, signed lower right, sight 4-3/4"h, 5-1/2"w; and harbor, signed lower left, sight 5"h, 6"w. 150 - 200
227 Montauk lighthouse (19th/20th century), watercolor in oval frame, unsigned. Light toning. Sight 5"h, 7"w. 75 - 150
228 KATHERINE ST. JOHN HARPER (American, Long Island, 20th century), Hamptons shoreline, oil on board, signed and dated 1910 lower right. Minor water stains. Sight 14"h, 20-1/2"w. 150 - 250
229 HELEN BOTWAY (American, Long Island, 20th century), "Westhampton Dunes", oil on masonite, signed lower left, titled to verso. Minor dirt and grime. Board 9-1/2"h, 12"w. 200 - 300
230 PAUL MONTGOMERY (American, Long Island, 20th century), East Hampton Maidstone Golf Club and Hook Pond, watercolor, signed lower left. Sight 14-1/4"h, 21-1/4"w. 200 - 300
231 C.H. SMITH (American, 20th century), East Hampton town pond, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, small loss in sky, minor dent right center. Canvas 16-1/4"h, 20"w. 150 - 250
232 MORTIMER BORNE (American, 1902-1987), Long Island lake, color etching, pencil signed and inscribed at bottom. Toning, light staining in margins. Plate 8"h, 9-3/4"w. 100 - 150
233 Hamptons waterview (American School, Long Island, 20th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Craquelure, surface scratches, minor inpaint, few small dents center. Canvas 19"h, 26-3/4"w. 100 - 200
234 NATALIE MORRIS MORDE (American, Long Island, 20th century), Long Island landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, pin holes to corners and upper right. Canvas 17-1/2"h, 24"w. 150 - 250
235 Dunes with red roof building (American, 20th century), oil on canvas board, monogrammed and dated "FRA '40" lower right. Accretions in sky. Board 7"h, 10-1/2"w. 100 - 150
236 FRANK VERNI (American, Long Island, 20th century), "Hellgate Bridge", oil on canvas, signed and dated 65 lower right, signed, titled, and inscribed on verso. Canvas 24"h, 30"w. 200 - 400
237 GEORGE SEIDMAN (American, Long Island, 1898-1973), pair of small New York landscapes, winter street scene and harbor with bridge, oil on canvas board, signed lower left. Minor craquelure, light dirt and grime. Boards approx. 5"sq. 100 - 150
238 H. F. DABELSTEIN (American, 19th/20th century), "Springtime at the Old Orchard, Bronx, NY", oil on canvas, signed lower left, signed, titled, and dated 1918 on verso. Relined, craquelure with some paint shrinkage in sky, bubbling from relining, canvas not fitted to frame. Canvas 15-1/4"h, 23"w. 200 - 400
239 H.F. DABELSTEIN (American, 20th century), "The Beechnut Tree in Springtime", oil on canvas, signed left center, signed, titled, dated 1917, and inscribed "Getney Way, White Plains, NY" on verso. Unframed, relined, scattered inpaint. Canvas 11"h, 20-1/4"w. 200 - 400
240 18th century Long Island ladderback armchair with rush seat in later brown paint. Repinned joints and 2 rungs replaced. 43-1/2"h, 24"w, 20-3/4"d. 100 - 200
241 Group of (6) early American redware items: (5) scallop rimmed molds with spiral center, (one repair, one with hairlines, chips, surface loss) Largest mold 3-5/8h, 10"dia; large oblong bowl, (chips to rim), 3"h, 18-3/4"w, 9"d. 75 - 150
242 Early American five gallon stoneware crock with cobalt blue floral decoration, incised "5" beneath handle. Chips, crazing. 13-3/4"h, 6-3/4" dia. 100 - 200
243 Group of (3) American cobalt blue decorated crocks, to include: S.L. Pewtress Co. three gallon with floral decoration, (surface losses), 10"h; two gallon with flower decoration, unmarked, (some surface loss), 9-3/4"h; two gallon with tree, incised "2" to verso, unmarked, (chip to rim), 10-1/2"h. 250 - 350
244 Group of (2) American cobalt blue decorated crocks, to include: two gallon crock with flower decoration on both sides and around handles, (chips), 11-1/2"h; early four gallon crock with decoration around handles, (chips and hairline), 14-3/4"h. 200 - 300
245 Group of (3) American cobalt blue decorated stoneware jugs, to include: Clark & Co. one gallon, (hairlines and repairs), 11-1/4"h; Thompson Co. Gardiner two gallon, (hairline), 12-1/2"h; New York Stoneware Co. two gallon with floral design, 13"h. 300 - 400
246 18th/19th American blanket chest in dark blue paint with carved detail to till box. Shows wear. 17-1/2"h, 44"w, 18-1/2"d. 150 - 250
247 18th century sea chest in green paint. Missing till box. 18-3/4"h, 44"w, 19-1/4"d. 200 - 300
248 American country kitchen table with single drawer, base painted blue, 20th century. 30"h, 71-1/2"w, 35-1/4"d. 200 - 400
249 American painted cupboard having two sunken panel doors opening to slotted and shelved interior, on bracket base, 19th century. Probably top to cupboard with added base, some losses to base. 51-1/4"h, 51"w, 13-1/4"d. 150 - 250
250 American country round top candle stand in red stain, 19th century. Repairs. 26-1/4"h, 18-3/4"dia. 75 - 125
251 Sponge painted corner cupboard having a single top door with nine glazed glass panes over two doors, 20th century. 78"h, 46"w, 23"d. 300 - 500
252 HOWARD BOESENDAHL (American, Long Island, b.1928), Little Neck Railroad Station, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Light craquelure left side, small abrasion lower left corner. Canvas 16"h, 20"w. 400 - 600
253 Greenport Railroad Station (American, Long Island, 20th century), watercolor, monogrammed "DW" lower right. Light toning, foxing. Sight 8-1/2"h, 11-1/2"w. 150 - 200
254 HELEN SILVER (American, Long Island, 20th century), urban street scene with black families, oil on canvas, signed and dated '75 lower right. Craquelure, flaking with scattered losses. Canvas 24"h, 18"w. 200 - 300
255 VIRGINIA WYLIE (American, Long Island, 1918-1999), nude, oil on canvas, signed and dated '44 to verso. Unframed, few minor dents and losses. Canvas 24"h, 22"w. 200 - 300
256 THEO HIOS (Greek/American, 1908-1999), man wrestling bull, ink and wash on paper, signed and dated 89 lower right. Unframed, minor toning. Sheet 17-1/2"h, 23"w. 300 - 500
257 KARIN STRONG (American, Long Island, b.1956), "Guitar Player", oil on masonite, signed and dated '86 lower right. Board 15-1/4"h, 11-3/4"w. 200 - 300
258 WHITNEY M. HUBBARD (American, Long Island, 1875-1965), portrait of man reading, oil on board, unsigned. Framed under glass. Board 10"h, 8"w. 300 - 400
259 WHITNEY M. HUBBARD (American, Long Island, 1875-1965), summer landscape, oil on unstretched burlap, faintly signed lower right. Minor dirt and grime, minor craquelure. Burlap 7-3/4"h, 10"w. 200 - 300
260 WHITNEY M. HUBBARD (American, Long Island, 1875-1965), autumn landscape, oil on canvas laid to board, unsigned. Dirt and grime, minor craquelure. Canvas 8"h, 10"w. 300 - 400
261 JAMES PHILIP FERIOLA (American, Long Island, 1929-1995), hitch wagon, watercolor, signed lower right. Toning, light waving. Sight 7"h, 13"w. 200 - 300
262 HAMILTON KING (American, Long Island, 1871-1952), "Rain Cloud over Dragoon Mts", watercolor, signed and dated 1942 lower left, titled to verso. Toning, foxing, mat burn. Sight 11-1/2"h, 15-1/4"w. 250 - 350
263 HAMILTON KING (American, Long Island, 1871-1952), "Mining Town", watercolor, signed and inscribed lower left, titled to verso. Toning, waving, light foxing. Sight 12-1/4"h, 17-1/4"w. 300 - 400
264 IRIS WHITBY (American, Long Island, 20th century), "Red Barn Theatre", watercolor, signed and titled on mat. Sight 5"h, 5-3/4"w. 75 - 150
265 Long Island shoreline (American School, early 20th century), oil on board, unsigned. Under glass. Board 10"h, 14"w. 100 - 200
266 CHARLES HENRY MILLER (American, 1842-1922), mill at pond, etching, signed in plate lower left. Laid down to larger sheet stretched on frame, losses around edges of sheet, hole in larger sheet. Plate 5"h, 7-1/4"w. 100 - 200
267 JESSIE LEITH (American, Long Island, early 20th century), summer landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right and to stretcher. Craquelure and minor losses around edges. Canvas 18"h, 20"w. 200 - 400
268 EWA BANAS (American, Long Island, 20th/21st century), still life with daisies and grapes, pastel, signed and dated 2002 lower right. Sight 22-1/4"h, 26-1/2"w. 300 - 500
269 Pair of pine plant stands with vertical slat box and bottom shelf, 20th century. 30-1/2"h, 12-1/4"sq. 100 - 200
270 Pair of painted wood lattice work wall plant holders. Paint loss. 15-1/4"h, 12"w. 75 - 125
271 Glazed terra cotta umbrella stand having elk in mountain forest landscape, unmarked. 15-1/2"h, 12-1/2"dia. 100 - 200
272 Group of (2) Weller pottery items, to include: bowl with fish form frieze on matte body, unmarked, (chip to rim), 2-1/4"h; vase with flower frieze, unmarked, (surface wear), 3-1/8"h. 100 - 200
273 Group of (2) Van Briggle pottery items, to include: small blue pitcher, signed on bottom, 3-1/2"h; green and blue butterfly vase set as lamp, signed on bottom, (minor surface wear), 4"h (vase only). 75 - 125
274 19th century country pine knee hole desk with slanted lift top and side storage cabinets. Shows wear from use, lacking lock. 32-3/4"h, 37"w, 24"d. 150 - 250
275 19th century American country pine tilt top table in red stain. Repairs and refinished. 27-3/4"h, 29-1/2"dia. 150 - 250
276 19th century American rectangular footstool with shaped apron, in red stain. Repair to one leg. 6-1/4", 7"w, 24"l. 75 - 125
277 Group of (2) 19th century wood containers: round firkin in orange paint with handle and lid, (some loose pieces, lid not original), 12-1/2"h, 11-1/2"dia.; oval bucket with leather handle and metal bands, (split board, some surface loss), 11-1/4"h. 100 - 200
278 Group (4) small boxes: rectangular painted tole box in green with leaf and flower decoration, (surface loss), 4"h, 3-3/8"w, 3-3/4"d; hanging match box with two drawers, painted figure and floral decor, (wear), 6-3/8"h, 3-1/2"w, 2"d; oval box with red and black decoration, (wear), 3-1/4"h, 6"w, 2-3/8"d; and a dome top rectangular burl veneer box with animal and face inlay decoration, (losses, does not close), 3-1/4"h, 5"w, 3"d. 100 - 200
279 "Bonanza" apple peeler set on wood board, Goodell & Co., Antrim, N.H. Functioning. 15-1/2"h, 28"l (excluding wood base). 100 - 200
280 EUGENE PEETERS (American, 19th/20th century), still life with fruit, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Relined, small tears top center, craquelure. Canvas 20"h, 30"w. 700 - 900
281 Still life with melons and plums (American, 19th/early 20th century), oil on board, unsigned. Wear to corners, craquelure, scattered inpaint. Board 18-1/4"h, 12-1/4"w. 100 - 200
282 AUGUST LAUX (American, 1847-1921), child feeding chickens, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1904 lower left. Craquelure, light dirt and grime, patched repair with inpaint lower right. Canvas 14"h, 11"w. 800 - 1,200
283 THOMAS DALTON BEAUMONT (American, 1867-1930), chickens in courtyard, oil on canvas laid to board, signed lower right. Under glass, tears, craquelure. Sight 19-1/2"h, 15-1/2"w. 150 - 250
284 GEORGE LAURENCE NELSON (American, 1887-1978), farm with windmill, lithograph, pencil signed and dated '59 lower right. Waving, light foxing. Image 8-1/2"h, 11-3/4"w. 75 - 125
285 NICHOLAS U. COMITO (American, 1906-1990), "Bails Barn", oil on canvas, signed and dated '41 lower right, titled on label to verso. Dirt and grime. Canvas 6"h, 8"w. 150 - 250
286 L. CLARENCE BALL (American, 1858-1915), haystack, oil on board, signed lower right. Board lightly warped, losses around edges. Board 8-1/4"h, 10"w. 100 - 200
287 WINNICK (20th century), haystacks, oil on canvas, signed lower left. As found with repairs, losses, hole, inpaint. Canvas 16"h, 22"w. 150 - 250
288 W. EISEN (American, 19th/20th century), hayfields with water view, watercolor on board, signed to verso. Minor toning and mat burn. Sight 9-1/2"h, 13-1/2"w. 150 - 200
289 M. GOODWIN (American, 20th century) "Sunnybank Cottage", watercolor, signed, titled, and inscribed lower right, inscribed "Fairfield Conn. 'Beach' July 1926" on verso. Toning. Sheet 6"h, 9"w. 100 - 200
290 WILLIAM A. COFFIN (American, 1855-1925), "Spring Morning", oil on canvas, signed lower right. Craquelure, stretcher marks, abrasions lower right and right center. Canvas 30"h, 24-1/2"w. 600 - 800
291 FLOYD LESLIE THOMPSON (American, 1889-1965), moonlit trees, etching and aquatint, pencil signed lower right. Mat burn, toning. Plate 6-3/4"h, 3-3/4"w. 100 - 200
292 N. WILLIAMS (American, 20th century), landscape with trees and road, oil on board, signed lower right, double sided with landscape on verso. Dirt and grime, losses on verso. Board 8"h, 10"w. 150 - 200
293 DONALD HINDS (American, b.1883), autumn landscape, oil on burlap laid to board, signed lower left. Dirt and grime. Board 11"h, 14"w. 150 - 200
294 C. FOX (American, 19th century), group of (2) watercolors, landscape with tree, signed and dated 86 lower left (toning, few small tears, laid down at edges), sight 10"h, 7"w; and stone bridge, signed and dated 86 lower right, (toning, surface scratches lower right), sight 10"h, 7-3/4"w. 100 - 200
295 ALLISN KRAFT (American, b.1900), "Hill Town , PA" two figures on path, oil on canvas, signed lower left, titled on verso. Canvas loose, dirt and grime. Canvas 15"h, 18"w. 150 - 250
296 Chesterfield leather sofa, 20th century. As found condition with staining and losses. 29-1/2"h, 80"w, 36"d. 200 - 400
297 Pair of square rush seat stools in black paint, mid 20th century. 17-1/4"h, 17-1/2"sq. 75 - 125
298 Large leather top partners desk each side with three drawers, end of 20th century. 30"h, 84-1/4"w, 42"d. 250 - 450
299 Granite top custom cabinet in maple veneer with three drawers over three cabinet doors, end of 20th century. 41-3/4"h, 93"w, 16-1/4"d. 150 - 250
300 Pair of gilt metal two light candle sconces with curved glass shade, unmarked. Some loss to gilt, not electrified. 17-1/2"h, 9-1/4"w, 5"d. 100 - 200
301 Pair of brass spring loaded candle sconces with glass flutes, unmarked. 13-1/2"h. 100 - 200
302 After FREDERIC REMINGTON (American, 1861-1909) "Mountain Man" bronze on marble base with attached title plaque, signed to mountain side "Copyright by Frederic Remington". 27-1/4"h (excluding base). 250 - 350
303 Folk Art polychromed wall mirror with incised cactus design on crest, late 20th century. Wear. 33-1/2"h, 20"w overall. 50 - 75
304 Ackermann-Quigley Litho Co. color lithograph poster "I Never Knew What Love Was. Until My Eyes Met Yours", printed in three sections, late 19th century. Restorations, small tears, water damage along bottom and lower right edge, toning. Sheet 70"h, 42"w. 150 - 250
305 Group of (2) color lithograph movie posters, to include: "Paris after Midnite", 1951, (minor repair at top, folding, creasing, small tears), sheet 41-1/2"h, 27-1/4"w; and "Poupee de Montmartre", 1928, (water damage lower right, folding, toning, small tears to edges, sheet 33-1/2"h, 24-1/2"w. 75 - 150
306 T. Fitzwilliam & Co color lithograph poster, "The Picayune, Carnival Edition, 17th Representation of Krewe of Proteus 'A Trip to Wonderland'", New Orleans, 1898. Tears and small losses to edges and corners, toning, minor stains. Sheet 28-1/4"h, 42"w. 75 - 125
307 Group of (2) color lithograph posters, to include: "La New Home" Brussels, 1889, (water damage left side, toning, loss lower left edge), sheet 32-1/2"h, 24"w; and "Halteres a Ressorts de Sandow", Mourlot, Paris, 19th/early 20th century, (brittle, hole top center, losses and tears to edges, stains at bottom), sheet 31-3/4"h, 23-1/2"w. 75 - 150
308 Group of (2) Spanish Semana Santa 1949 lithograph posters, "Malaga", (creasing, minor staining in margins, small dent bottom center, toning), sheet 39"h, 24-1/2"w; and "Crevillente", (repairs and creasing to edges, toning, adhesive staining to corners), sheet 39-1/2"h, 24-1/2"w. 100 - 200
309 "Have a Guinness When You're Tired" lithograph poster, John Waddington Ltd, Leeds, 1949. Unframed and rolled, vertical tear bottom center, tears to edges, few water stains, toning. 60"h, 40"w. 200 - 300
310 Wurzburger Hofbrau beer reverse painted glass advertising sign, "A. Luchow, N.Y.", with "Giese, Glass Sign Works, 147 Duane St., N.Y." label on verso. Minor paint loss and separation. 8"h, 16"w. 150 - 250
311 Group of (3) electrified advertising signs, to include: Heineken tin and wood windmill lamp, Union Worker and Essex NPI labels to verso, (rust, surface wear), 24-3/4"h, 22-1/2"w (including windmill); brass and glass Rheingold Extra Dry Lager beer sign with slogan "It's beer as beer should taste!", Price Bros. Inc. label to verso, (minor surface wear), 7-1/4"h, 7-1/2"w; and Malibu Mango Rum glass bottle as light, 11-1/4"h. 100 - 200
312 "Worthington in Bottle" advertising sign, reverse painted glass over board with gold painted recessed lettering, in metal case frame, Worthington & Co. reverse decal label to top left corner. Some paint loss and split to board. 20"h, 11-1/4"w. 150 - 250
313 "Drink Grape Ola" embossed tin advertising sign with slogan "It's REAL Grape", marked "W.F. Robertson Steel & Iron Co., Springfield, Ohio, A-3". Creasing, wear. 11-3/4"h, 35-1/4"w. 100 - 200
314 Gra-Rock Ginger-Ale embossed tin advertising sign. Some wear, loss to one corner. 11-1/4", 27-3/4"w. 75 - 125
315 1960's Clover Brand tin button sign, marked "A-M 4-62". Shows wear. 26-1/2"dia. 100 - 200
316 "Drink Hrobak's Delicious Beverages" embossed tin advertising sign. Wear. 9"h, 20"l. 75 - 150
317 Coca Cola tin sign "Take Home a Carton." Light corrosion and surface wear. 18"h, 54"w. 400 - 600
318 Coca Cola double sided tin advertising sign "Take a case home Today, Coca Cola, Delicious and Refreshing". Some scratches, scuffs and paint loss. 27-3/4"h, 19-3/4"w. 100 - 200
319 Pepsi 1960s painted tin chalkboard sign, "say Pepsi, Please" logo, marked "M-167, Stout Sign Co., St. Louis, MO.-7-65." Some wear and paint shrinkage. 30"h, 19-3/4"w. 75 - 125
320 "Golden Rule 5 cent cigar" embossed tin advertising sign. Wear, loss to cardboard backing. 6"h, 13-1/2"w. 75 - 125
321 Bayuk Tobacco reverse painted glass counter tray. Loss to gilt lettering, chips. 8"h, 11"w. 75 - 125
322 Chesterfield Cigarettes flange metal advertising sign, marked "Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co." Some wear. 16-1/2"h, 11-1/4"w. 150 - 250
323 "Piedmont The Virginia Cigarette" double-sided porcelain advertising sign, unmarked. Shows wear with chips. 11-1/4"h, 11-1/2"w. 100 - 200
324 "10 cent Popper's Ace" tin cigar counter display case with inserted wood cigar box with partial label. Surface wear. 5"h, 10-1/4"w, 6-1/2"d. 75 - 125
325 Sir Walter Raleigh Tobacco embossed tin advertising sign with slogan "Smells Grand...Pack Right Smokes Sweet.. Can't bite!", marked lower left "J.V. Reed & Co. Inc., Louisville, KY". Wear from use. 26"h, 16-1/2"w. 75 - 100
326 Group of (3) rubber change mats with cigarette advertising, to include: "Change to Salem", Astroturf surface; "Change to Winston for good taste" in red and white; and "Camel" with logo and "Surgeon General's Warning". Wear from use, holes. Camel mat 4"h, 19-1/2"w. 75 - 125
327 Group of (2) cigarette advertising items, to include: "Smoke Kool cigarettes" rubber change mat, (holes), 7-1/2"w, 9-1/2"l; and Newport filter cigarettes round metal and glass tray with "Newport tastes fresher!" slogan, (chips to edge), 8-1/2" dia. 75 - 125
328 Parliament and Alpine cigarettes tin advertising clock with "The Ohio Advertising Display Co. Cincinnati, OH, No. 224" label to verso. Some wear. 11-1/4"h, 28"w. 100 - 200
329 Barrett Roofings double-sided flange metal advertising sign, marked "Stout Sign Co., St. Louis MO." Minor wear. 16"dia, 17-1/4"w. 100 - 200
330 Union Transportation Co. inc., Sacramento, Los Angeles, porcelain sign. Shows wear. 14"h, 24"w. 75 - 125
331 "U.S. Tires" tin display sign with United States Rubber Co. trademark on both sides. Shows wear. 7-1/2"h, 15"w. 75 - 125
332 Tydol embossed figural tin license plate topper in yellow. Wear. 6-3/4"h, 4-1/2"w. 100 - 200
333 "Eat Tommy Tucker Bread" embossed tin advertising sign, by "Giusti Baking Co." Shows wear. 9"h, 20"w. 50 - 100
334 Group of (2) tomato can banks, to include: Polly Brand labeled can, marked Taormina Company Donna, Texas; and Og-Na Brand labeled can, marked E.H.Rowley, Fabius, N.Y. 4-1/2"h, 3-1/2"dia. 75 - 125
335 "Carr & Co.'s Biscuits" framed glass sign with gold letters. One chip to glass edge. Sight 3-1/4"h, 37-1/2"w. 150 - 250
336 "New York Underwriters, Agency" reverse painted glass sign with recessed gold and silver lettering, marked lower right "Rodwell Sign Co., Buffalo N.Y." Minor ding to glass. Sight 19-1/2"h, 27-1/2"w. 300 - 500
337 Reverse painted glass advertising sign, "For Space, Parker-Brand corp., 233 Broadway, Rector 2-6500" in gold lettering, unmarked, in metal frame. Some paint loss. 10"h, 14"w. 100 - 200
338 "Owned by, Ruppert Bros., 12-16 30th Ave., Astoria, L.I." painted metal sign. Shows wear. 12"h, 21"w. 75 - 125
339 "Drive In" painted wood arrow shaped sign. Loss at bottom edge. 30"l. 75 - 150
339ALong Island, New York, cast aluminum junction street sign, "Montauk Hwy" and "Wyona Ave" in the Town of Babylon, manufactured by Lake Shore Industries, Erie, Pa. Missing screw. Each sign 21-1/4"l. 100 - 200
340 "Beauty shop" flange double-sided porcelain sign, marked "William Marvy Company, No.1223". Minor wear. 12"h, 22-1/2"w. 150 - 250
341 PROPPER (American, 20th century), three women, oil on masonite, signed lower left. Unframed, wear to edges, light dirt and grime. Board 35-34"h, 24"w. 300 - 500
342 LISA MANGOR (American, 20th century), rooster, oil on canvas, signed lower right and to frame verso. Dirt and grime. Canvas 8"h, 10"w. 150 - 200
343 Folk art paddle boat model with blue hull on stand, first half 20th century. Losses. 9"h, 20-1/2"l, 6"w, excluding base. 200 - 300
344 Naive family portrait of mother and children (American school, 19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. Unframed, restorations, losses. Canvas 35-1/2"h, 30"w. 200 - 400
345 Portrait of woman reading (19th century), oil on canvas, unsigned. As found, unframed, with patched repairs, small tears, craquelure, inpaint, small hole in eyelid. Canvas 25-1/2"h, 21"w. 300 - 500
346 Early wool embroidered textile, with a patchwork of patterns and text along top, framed. Light toning, few losses. Textile 33"h, 9"w. 100 - 200
347 Group of (4) samplers (19th century), to include: Agnes Cauvin, undated, with birds, figure, church, and flowers, insect damage with losses, toning, sight 10"sq; Sarah S. Potts, 1834, alphabet with flowers, birds, and butterfly, toning, sight 13-1/2"h, 9-1/2"w; Maryann D. Coaster, aged 8 years, Bristol, 1840, alphabet in blue, toning, sight 13-1/2"h, 6-3/4"w; and Margaret Mains, aged 13, 1841, alphabet in red, toning, sight 9-3/4"h, 7-1/2"w. 250 - 350
348 EDNA MAE OAR YOUNG (American, b.1944), American Folk Art flag, polychromed wood plaque, signed "Young 87" to bottom edge. Minor loss to lower back left corner, split to top edge. Plaque 14"h, 18-1/2"w. 100 - 150
349 American flag crib quilt, framed. Light toning and surface soiling. Quilt 32-3/4"h, 24-1/4"w. 200 - 300
350 Group of (2) southern Black Americana figural crib quilts, 20th century. Light soiling. 30"l, 22-1/4"w. 100 - 200
351 STEWART RABB (Long Island, 20th century), "Happy Music", black dancer, paper mache sculpture, signed on bottom. Some joints with cracks with glue reinforcements. 24-1/2"h. 75 - 125
352 Black American polychromed double-sided wooden butler smoking stand. Some surface loss, loss to tray edge. 35"h. 100 - 200
353 Group of (6) cast iron banks, to include: "Treasure Safe", stamped on bottom "J & E Stevens Co."; "Home Savings Bank" with gilt and lion finial; along with three safe banks and a brick building bank. Home Savings Bank 5-3/4"h. 4-1/2"w 100 - 200
354 Full bodied rooster weathervane with remnants of original gilt, 19th century. Loss to top feathers of arrow, no stand. 20-3/4"h, 22-1/4"w. 300 - 500
355 Cut sheet metal Native American weathervane with headdress and bow and arrow. Slightly misshapen, loss to arrow head. 15"h, 12-3/4"w. 200 - 300
356 Painted sheet metal weathervane of woman with telescope, second half 20th century. Loss paint and feet slightly bent. 32-1/4"h. 250 - 450
357 Sheet metal tall ship weathervane. 18"h, 26-1/4"w (excluding rod). 100 - 200
358 Copper full bodied sailfish weathervane with directionals. Tail fin with creases, repair to back fin. Overall 47"h, 31-1/2"w. 100 - 200
359 Copper running horse weathervane, late 20th century. Repair to tail, lacking one ear. 16-1/2"h, 30-3/4"l overall. 75 - 125
360 Pair of Fiske wood and cast iron wall mounted saddle holders, numbered "49" and "16", signed "J.W. Fiske N.Y." to bottom. Expected wear from use, one with repair. 8-1/2"h, 112"w, 19-1/2"d. 100 - 200
361 19th century Phaeton two seat wagon in original mustard yellow and black paint with line detail, made by M.A. Meyer, Syracuse, New York. Missing back seat cushion, loss and wear to paint, upholstery and straps. 56-1/2"h, 64"w, 183"l(overall), 106-1/2"l(without shaft), rear wheel 47-1/4"dia. Provenance: Collection Southold Historical Society, purchased in 1892 from Thomas I Thomasson in Riverhead, by step-father of donor, Albert T. Benjamin(1826-1915). 300 - 500
362 Coney Island amusement park boat, metal plaque with maker "W.F. Mangels Co., Coney Island, New York", painted in red, white and blue having two wood seats with metal seat backs, metal ships wheel with sleigh bells, metal hull mounted on wheels with attachment bracket. In as found condition with heavily weathered wood, several dents to metal, flaking paint. 20"h, 67"l, 22"w. 400 - 600
363 Group of (2) child's toys: "Red Streak" painted metal racecar; and Queen Anne painted wood and metal doll's carriage, with adjustable shade (brittle). Wear from age and use, paint loss and touch ups. Racecar 29"l. 50 - 75
364 Cast iron bootscraper with setters, brush slots, painted black and white, marked "B.B. Des PAT. 103 603". Recent paint, some rust. 11-1/4"h, 17"w, 10-1/2"d. 150 - 250
365 Pair of cast stone scroll form corbels. Losses. 15"h, 8-1/4"w, 8-3/4"d. 150 - 200
366 English iron garden bench with griffin and classical woman. Slightly misshapen. 35"h, 70-3/4"w, 28"d. 400 - 600
367 Set of (3) graduated wrought iron plant stands with glass bowls, late 20th century. Largest 72-3/4"h. 100 - 200
368 19th century cast iron classical garden urn. 24-1/4"h, 21"dia. 75 - 125
369 Wrought iron garden set to include a round glass top table with four hoop back chairs. One joint on table and one chair detached, one chair similar having pad feet. Table 28-1/4"h, 40-1/2"dia. 100 - 200
370 Group of (3) wrought iron garden chairs. Small chair with repair to basket weave seat. Armchair 35-1/2"h, 19"w, 22"d. 50 - 100
371 Group of (2) cast iron items: small marble top table on iron base, top surface weathered and bolted to base, 30-1/4"h, 23-3/4"dia.; iron base with spiral decorated shaft and legs with lion heads and fern. 75 - 125
372 Group of (4) cast iron items to include: small footed urn; basket; rooster door stop; and a two tier plant stand. Stand 25-1/2"h. 75 - 125
373 English brass door stop with scroll decoration and handle. Some wear. 14-3/4"h, 5-1/2"w. 100 - 200

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